Advocate, March 17, 1964

Advocate

March 17, 1964

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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 17, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 312 TELEPHONE HI 5-1451 Council Gives Street Work Green Light Decision Delayed 011 Means For Overcoming Deficit Hy TOM S. KITE Advocate Staff Writer All of the street work proposed in the original city bond issue program will be done, City Council voted unanimously Monday, but the council did not say im-i mediately how it will finance an announced deficit of some This probably will be done through issuance of! time warrants, however, unless] I Tf T T 'I could lie shown (1) thai a sec- JoJ Urges fob Corp VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1964 6 Job Corps Of Congress Given Poverty Plan WASHINGTON (An Presi- dent Johnson called Monday for enlislment of 100.000 draft re- jeclees and school dropouts in a job corps to be reclaimed "for B productive role in American society." This was a key proposal as Johnson senl his long-awaited message on poverty to Con- gress. The legislation was intro- duced in both House and Senate, where Democratic leaders al- ready have made plans to push for quick passage. Democrats hailed the propo- sals as an essential program for continued prosperity. 'Political Maneuver' But Sen. Bourkc B. Hicken- tooper of Iowa, chairman of the Cenale Republican Policy Com- mittee, said the poverty pro- gram "looks lo me like a politi- cal maneuver. "This is an attempt to revive the CCC camps in time of rea- sonable prosperity rather than in time of he said ond bond issue in that amount] could be issued more or (2) that the city could glean from its hard-pressed annual la.x revenues sufficient funds to meel ils obligation lo contrac- tors and professional consult- ants by the lime payment for services become due. Cily Manager John Lee, who firsl disclosed the fund defici- ency 10 days ago, said in It i s announcement that he felt war- rants were Ihc most feasible way of making up the defici- Established IBlft 12 Cents Single Buyer Shatters All Livestock Records Seiiior Mctnbnr Mayor Kemper Williams re- opened the mailer (o discussion P.t the end of a lengthy council session Monday afternoon, say- ing he would like to call on "a senior member of Ihe council and one who was around when the original bond proposals were submitted." He referred to Councilman C. C. Carsner Jr. iHCK Carsner first asked if th work under consideralinn w; Paid For Top Six Winners Auslin Finn Spends 839.001) Hy HKN'IIY WOLFF .lit. Advocate Slaff Writer In loss than an hour, the six lop prize winning fat nniiniils' of Ihc Victoria County Livestock! Show sold Monday nighl to a; single buyer breaking all exist-' ing records and bringing more, than SB.2SO during an cxciling and s o m e w h H t mysterious Buyer of Ihc grand and re- serve champion calves, lambs and barrows wns James L. Kubecka, who wns bidding for Siracl Corp. of Austin, which lie said is an t'ngitieering firm. Kubccka is known locally as Ihe office manager of Texas Con- crete Co. By the lime the sale, was over, auction bookkeepers esti- mated (he Auslin firm hud spcnl in excess of It pur- chased 15 of Ifi sleers offered1 and well over half of (he other entries. Kubucka began his purchasing Despite a visit from the time, the aged cow gave birth spree hy outbidding all com- CK Miss Diann won her 10th lo a wobbly-legged, long-eared pctitors for the grand chain- WINNING MOTHER HCK Miss aged" cow exhibited by the Koontx, Ranch of Inez, won. her 10th grand championship in the Brahman di- vision of the Victoria County Livestock Show Mon- day morning only a few hours after she jjavc birth to a bull calf. Following the show season, the cow will be shipped to a purchaser in South Africa. BUSY DAY Stork and Judge Favor Aged Cow CWT. Bill Obsta, Ir-fl, -stands al the halter of his Mori-ford steer, the grand champion nf tho Vic- toria County Livestock Show, which wns puiThasrc! for a record hroikinR per pound Momlay evening by viH'Mo I'imlol Sir ml Corp. (if Austin, .lames Kn- becka, at riijhl behind the steor, did the Tlio former record was SUifi per pound set in I Ml. Obsla's steer weighed 1167 pounds. Democrats .iv.ix iin wui lu n wuuuiy-ieyyeu, iong-e.iien pcinors lor [lie granu Cham- i e consecutive grand champion litlle bull calf, who stole a con- pion calf exhibited by Bill 'asj title in llle Brahman division siderable amount of interest.and Obsla, n Victoria High School lit-! judging at the Victoria Counlv altenlion from his nrnminpnl noi.i os n uner conserann was e n e raman vson siderable amount of interest and Obsla, n Victoria High .School the same as had been at the Victoria Counly attention from his prominent sophomore. Ho paid a I In ted in the bond election, and Livestock Show Monday morn- mother. pound for Ihc 8G7-pound animal II Candidate Taken OffDe WiU Ballot Engineer Bill Klolz of was ex- The previous record was present term of office coincide.! The order in which names of willi Ihe term o( II Konnlz bull, Mister HCK passed, Carsner recalled, exhibited by Christie Code c. of ran" "TO majority of Vn" declined to comment publicly at Cormack, D-Mass., said the bill would be referred to the House Committee on Labor and Educa- tion, headed by Rep. Adam Clayton Powell, D-N.Y. Although McCormack said the bill is so important thai should be passed quickly, made he Woimin, 80, Sir nek h v Cai The Cmmly Demo- crat i r Kxrculivc rnrnmitlee earlier vtili'd uiumiinmisly lo .omit Kouba'.s name from Hint county's ballnt j ItoliiTl fesck of llallcttsvillc, chairman of the Lavni'ii County IVmiicnilU- Cuminiltec, said Him body will dike no action 90-Foot Requirement The city's contribution was to Highway, be in right-of-way, which hadl .Four other students lost their nol been contemplated in lhe'''VPS 'n but only Miss bond program. The city owned is in com- 55.6-fool rights-of-way on in Bounty court. The on so important that it streets, Carsnor nted but the state requirement 1 as ,i candidate lor stale jfpi I'M-ritiilivT ('niiclml.-i told .Means dial he difference in Jorrie's Shamrocks Distributed ft Priest in Celebration of any bad or anything-; like Carsner said. "We1 St. Patrick's Day is a day to ness and planning meeting to- jt.m. .m night at 7-30 at Audi- are' ln facl' 6etlinB a bargain." celebrate m Texas and Victoria loriuni .folm (tange out he the "only ;as much as in Irish Hoslon. for a late morning stroll .w" coullj Ehow bad If you think not, then consider would be to curlail Ihe paving that Victoria's first mayor, John UUL iiHIMCI ing HUUU acll LUiJ-i i f vji vMiiji-n-i uicii ujiii Irol to do so friends happy! statement from Councilman Davy Crockett and William Vellon B. Cowden Jr., who said Barrett Travis who gave their he felt thai "we would be sell- lives al the Alamo were of Irish ing the people short" if any of cyxlraelion, as well as Ihe man Ihft OriffnflllV nain'nrt i. w s e man Ihc originally scheduled paving who led the Texans to victory was elimia w Hollis N'ewton finding the weath-i er (oo pretty to slay but mustering a little self con-, a (o see Louis Watson back town from Uvalde if only for a few days Charley Bramles catching up on some visiting and observing the champion steer on display downtown Jiulli Co f fey not minding a short walk Kilcen Copley head- ing back to Austin way to the university after a weekend visit Mrs. J. H. Calhoun and iMrs. Vt. M. Murphy seeking out any Victorian who is a descend- ant of Confederate soldiers who fought in the Red River cam- paign and Ihe Battle of Mans- field, La., for the Centennial Observance in Mansfield, La., and Center, Tex., on April A. Descendants of the soldiers will be honor guests at the Ccnten -v i (Juan) Linn, was an Irishman. seconding Or consider that Jim Bowie, nial events Irene Garcia finding Ihe weather pretty and a rose, even prettier, as a ex- cuse to step outside for a few minutes Jimmy Quirk ready lo celebrate SI. Patrick's Day with genuine shamrocks persons, with even larger from relatives in Ireland. crowds expected this year. was eliminated. al San Jacinto, Sam Houston. Council then voted unan- And as Irjsh as lhcy (Sec CQU.N'CII., Page 7) especially being a native of Limerick, is the Rev. Joseph Patrick Coll who started out Monday "wearing the green" to Scoiil-0-Rama To Open Friday Sale of tickets lo Ihe Scout-! Father Coll, assistant pastor: 0-Rama have speeded up Ollr Lady of Lourdes Catholic week for the event that will '.Church, is one of live Irish lake place Friday and in Victoria and the only oi ,-.__ one distributing real Irish sham- rocks to his friends mailed Ireland by his sister. day al Village Shopping Ccn- ler. Tickets may be obtained from any Scout. The event is irom any ocout. inc event is liultl vy nis sister, designed to show parents and I And as onc of his unofficial the public in general what hoysjc'utics as unofficial chief of the learn in Ihe Scouting program Jrjsn delegation was Ic, make The exhibits will be open from! Vincents. Fritz, and Irish boost- 7 lo 9 p.m. on both days of the cr. honorary mayor of Dub- nhow. 'in for St. Patrick's Day. O'Fritz, Last year's Scout-0-Rama Father Coll describes him, is traded approximately wen known in Victoria as for- mer, long-time fire chief and (Sec CELEBUATIO.V, Page 7) (Advocate photo) MAYOR OK DUBLIN! The Rev. JosephVatrick Coll pins a real Irish shamrock tin the cdat of Vin- cent S. Monday in naming as Father Coll says it, an honorary mayor of Dublin for SI. Patrick's Day. 't .sir Mrs. Until unlil rase, as nimpared lo Koiiha's, W. S'. Caraway, inrumbcrt and was r''rls I'endliKhls. is that Jon le re.siKmd his nf- C. K. (Happy) Jic'ck said dial .she was wear- (ice becoming a crmdi- For constable of Precinct I "l j' AikeV'nnd We-iwr lin.spil.-.l rn.-e after then Ihe For constable of Precinct 1 for with.lrnwal will be by Ihe order will be K. C as iintl 7, Jr., Frank Hayes and Joe Price. nralnaxe DMrlcl For Ojrninissinner of Drain- district 2, throe places to fill, the order on the ballot will bo William Bayer incumbent; C. C. Wynn. incum- (See BALLOT, Pngi: lit THE WKATHKK Siring Quarlel Supplies Filling Season's Climax Hy PAT UTITi: tho grnup's first selec- Ailvorair siaFf Wrltrr lllo h Vlcioria, being somewhat roml )lc scc- from the great cultur- thirr, par- is sel- liniilarLv quartet produced Mostly cloudy with a widely scattered showers Tue.s- al centers ol the worm, is sei- day and Wednesday with nol dom given an q.porlunily (o much change in temperature, hear n truly first rate musical rv..llki.. Kasterly winds ft-18 mph. Kx-performance. peeled temperatures Tuesday: Thai rare opporUmlly came low .12, high 75. Monday night however, in a of the chamber, was at his nest South Central Texas: Consid- jierformrince hy the I" "ds The ernble cloudiness Tuesday and Siring Quartet, Chance of a few Mltnlcd group of musicians K fli" w s scattered showers. Not much whn have to be one of Ihe -s most typical ex- change in tcmpcralure. High finest ol Iheir kinrl whilt "10st Tuesday 71-81. The occasion marked Ihe end and Temperatures Monday lowol Ihe Victoria Fine Arts Ihemselves 16. hiKh 74. sucialion's IVI season, anti thclr role. From a technical standpoint, .......M.IU ljlis I1'01'0 is not Ihe most severe Tides (I'orl Lavaca Porl association's members with "f "'c I'i'elhoven works, but il "n..... i-jri.i-tn Baromclric pressure at sea it was ;i titling climrtx level: 30.15. The quarlct firsl charmed (he w O'Connor High at Knrodin, then blinded them with n miarlct ample op- a.m. and p.m. Tuesday. Ihe brilliance of lieelbovcn, and lo display their skills Low al p.m. Tuesday and finally subdued Ihern entirely wils 'lawless. a.m. Wednesday. with Hie strange magic o( K hus been noted before (hat _ Sunset Fucsday: p.m. Havel. inu.sici.ms are nol at Iheir best Sunrise Wednesday: .Nothing more could have been unlil they begin sweating Suf- (rom tho Performance, fict to say, al the end of tho victoria The Rorodin Quartet No. 2 in (Sec Ql'AUTET, Patie 7) ;

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