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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 20, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 315 TELEPHONE HI 5-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, ISHH Established 1818 16 Cents Jaycees Launch Drive For Coliseum in City WORK ON HOOTH Those four members of Explorer Post 247 work rapidly on their booth Thursday night to have it ready for the Scout-O- Rama opening at 7 p.m. Friday. From left are Bruce Lucrssen, Kirk Pres- (Advoi-Hle Plioto) ton, Tom Jones and John Peterson. Jn the foreground are surveyors' stakes, which the Explorers will make in their booth, and which they sell to help provide funds to repair their boat. Panel Rules Candidate Off Ballot 12-DAY RUN 4No Waste' Foreign Aid Bill Offered uu S.H.4 I Jill ron WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Johnson nsked Congress on Thursday for S3.-I billion [or n "no waste" foreign aid program he promised would be increas-' ingly efficient in strengthening other countries lo withstand communism without further' U.S. help. In his long-awaited foreign aid message, Johnson coupled pledges oi money-saving in the embattled program wilh a dec- laration of need to aid others "while freedom remains under' siege." He said U.S. economic and military assistance lo 7fi lands can help frustrate "the grim ed against certifying J. H. nighl filled Ihe building; Thirty-five of" Ihe 47 units in of ba as a candidate for state'where the Scout-0-Rama is and Goliad Counties !n'5n. ,anti a i" representative from Ihe 47th be held in Village Shopping which comprise Ihe DcLconl, v a" n'fllk legislative District in the May 2 Center. [District, are participating tear., primary. All booths are scheduled [o'the Scout-O-Rama. Some, units' lllmu Democratic executive commit- be ready !or inspection by the [from Goliad were unable to! w'i" .'no _ majority of aid review committee headed by Undersec- retary of State George W. Ball, Johnson recommended no fur- niaj'or revamping of Ihe Scout-O-Rama Opens Tonight AdYOCAle Cupro liurcau HALLETTSVILLE The La- vaca County Democratic Exec- Sounds of hammering a n d may be obtained from titive Committee Thursday vot- Ihe buzz of many voices or al Ihe door. filled' any lees in the other two counties I public when the doors are of-'take part because of a included in the 47th District fieially opened al 7 p.m. Fri-jwith Ihe Goliad County Fair, voted earlier to leave Kouba'sjday. The show will be being..... name off the ballot. The action taken by j j from 7 to 9 p.m. both the and Saturday nights. held Ihis weekend Friday! Large crowds arc expeclfd both nights at Die show Last'1. r Johnson's permanent arms aid authority, he would need only _________ _ three committees was based on Cubs, Bay Scouts and Ex-jyear approximately Bui lie proposed n a Texas supreme court decision I plorers were busy pulling iheir'sons attended the event which no- vvliich ruled lhat a person whose booths into shape. Each will was held at Foster Field. for presenl term of office coincides! depict some phase of Various concessions operal-l ilrjl's a niprseilSi wilh the lerm of Ihe office hellions which Ihe txrys havejed by tlie Scouls will offer hoi I LonS'lpss is seeking is ineligible to bel learned from participation in dogs, soft drinks and o t h e r i a candidate. jlhe Scouting program. Tickets 'such items to the public. Kouba, who lives in !s presently serving as a ly commissioner of Lavaca County. His term does not ex- pire until next Jan 1. The term of a state representative has been defined as slarling the day of his election, which is Nov. 3, the dale of the general WASHINGTON (AP) Latin- American ambas- elcctlon- Isadora, shaken by U.S. handling last weekend of the VOTING S H M I N A R _ Victoria County Clerk V.il Iluvar, left, presi- dent of the County a n d District, Clerks Association of Texas, was in charge of ,-i one-day seminar at Sun Valley Counlry Club Thursday on changes in llu> Texas Elrttinn Asst. Ally. Con. Mary K. Wall was tli lAilvnnili: I'lmto) fi.xpi.Ti (in hand In answer cpies- linns from more lliiui 100 county clerks find I heir (jc.Hitios u'lio ;it- lemtt'd tin- .session, iiiitl Iluvar was assisted In- (.'aihinin Counly Clerk Maurirc Wiinds, rii.hl, second vice prcsidenl of Ilir slate- Latin Envoys Disturbed At Turn in Panama Row 100 Clerks Get Briefing required in the past. Congress _ dispule, were repcnied Thursday lo he :he outlook for their countries' relations with the United States under the Johnson adminis- Wildcat Neariug Feel Rumors that Amerada Pciro- Tfce 47th District includes n i r1 ii dnnrntinic counties. The action of thrTcom- the outlook for their countries' relations mittees lefl two candidates in the field. They are J. T. man of Ciicro and A. L. Thom-j Persistent reports of differ- as of Gonzales. jences between President John- Bob Pesek, chairman of thejson and his hand-picked dircc- Lavaca County Democraticitor of Latin-American affairs, Committee, said the supremejThomas C. Mann, over how to court's ruling was based on with Panamanian settle- case involving a district atlor-lmcni negotiations further be ney from Taylor County Ihe fulure from thc had filed as a state point of view, scnlative candidale, but had; The Stale Department denied not resigned from Ihe office of .there are any disagreements district attorney. Iwilbin the U.S. government "on Pcsck said the Lavaca conn-j the basic issues of the Pana- ty committee was informed ofjmanian situation." Ihe Supreme Court ruling in a; But it was not U.S. handling directive from Ihe slate demo-ot basic issues which had cratic executive committee. ,ambassadors disturbed and wor-j It Bcncl.'aiiv believed in oil In other action taken by future. De levcrt m (See PAMJL, Page C equircd in the pasl. C'ong turned down a similar proposal More (ban KK) county clerks connected wilh voting In federal by the Eisenhower adminislrn-iand (heir deputies from all over elections without a poll tnv. lion. j'I'exas were given nulhoritalive one-day .semiinr Savings Stressed jcounsel in Victoria Thursday by provisions of (he l-'lecliou ('fid- Apparently anticipating an- Assl Ally. Cci.. Mary K. Wall mmlv of fffml other battle over foreign assist- on changes in (he Texas Election jjrs_ (jnu, JT, utl, funds, Johnson stressed Code, particularly on problems election year was loronalion Opens Aiir Need Seen Definitely Established Call Issued For 'Workers11 By IIKNUY Will.IT AilviK'iile Stall Writer Interest shown toward h e record breaking Victoria County Livestock Slum1 h a s prompled the spon.soi ina cecs lo pustl atlead plans prn- moling construction of a eolise- :um. Jim Cmnloy, pje.si- [dent of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, said ii ha-, been the organisation's dream foi- some j time In .see facilities I built in Victoria In provide for Ihe amiuiil livestock show and other events. "In appreciation to Texas Concrete nnd (he o I h e r buyers and bidders at the re- ccul .show, we have decided lo launch full slonm into Hie col- iseum project." he said. SpecUM-nlnr lUilcllin: "The prices paid ut the attr- lion Monday evening convinced us that the show is a permanent attract ion in Hie Victoria area Over half Ihe sale entries and all grand nnd reserve champi- ons were purchased for in a spectacular bidding spree by Texas Conerele Co.. whose Hob Can- called Ihe. aUernpl in shock lhal sup- and money lor lae shnw must come tnnn local snurees 't'he .sale climaxed a show of reronl riumber.s ui both vouth and nilull entries. "Kven lit tlie rate of growth of the show, our facil- ities arc entirely Cimttey said, also iiniiiu: that the .Jayeees have gone several jpurrhiises an Vietoriti inlo i o lp l 'ear und thai additions will mended many of Ihe election lav; is major, .seere ll'ivt l" hc lo cxisitng fa- __..............______ Winler bowed out on a surly changes enacted by the SKIhiary uf Ihe baud, editor'of the c'lilics before tin- in lllp Victoria area Tlmrs- Legislature in MIG3. Other counly school paper, member of the "G coinmiinity surveys "'I Chairman Thomas K lllc "rsl
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