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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 24, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                AD 118th 319 TELEPHONE HI 6-UJ1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, 1904 Established 1818 14 CenW Ruby's Family Blamed As Foreman Pulls Out MacArthur Undergoes Operation PROPOSED POUT CKNTKR _ Architect's draw- ing shows proposed Port Lavaca civic center which would feature multi-purpose building at left, CIVIC CENTER VOTE swimming pool nl right as well as oilier recrea- tional facilities. A bond issue lo finance the center will be voted upon April 7. Multi-Purpose Buildin Pool in Port Bond Plan as many facilities as possible] 238 improvement program (o accomodale Police Ask Shotguns in Port Lavaca Brings Action WASHINGTON of the Army Douglns MacArlhiir suffered severe upper gaslroin- tostinnl homorrhaging Monday [arid underwent n six-hour emer- gency opcrnlion which he was reported lo have withstood well.' The bulletin frcm Walter I Heed Army Hospital gave no1 forecast on (lie final outcome of: the surgery. II said (lint duringi the cliiy Mac-Arthur received It! pints of Ll. Gen. I.oonanl Henton Army surgeon gencrnl, said at 11 p.m. Hint "considering the scheduled meeting of the fitv seriousness procedure Gen. MacAillmr con Advcicnto Tori I avaca nurt'jiu PORT LAVACA Tile Roc- ln ni reation and Parks Board's ifjod gr 001) bond issue to finance the ests as proposed civic center to be submitted to voters here April suppositin MUBI, win 7 features a mwlli-purpose buiM-jiional increase in taxes will bc'a'so see the election of a mayor p, r ing which was not included in! needed f .f d three councilmen .delegations of citizens Previous Sin-fiery the defeated bond issue dec-, carries The hilloi a r r I'eouests, and a re- The 84-yoar-old hero of two tion last Sept. 7. as well as an) The bond arguniont between world wars underwent an oper- olympic sizc swimming, pool, the 000 bond issue eac Tnd eieK' Heed on March While the bulk of the bond to finance the city's ofi and each "Wm stand "on its own "'C G for removal of hts gall bladder Issue will be spent to develop! the West Austin the proposed civic center, to bej located on Tilly Street and Half League Road adjacent to Cal- houn High School, the remain- der of the money will be used to develop facilities at the cause- Interference By Lawyer, Sister Cited way fishing pier on Lavaca; Bay, for which the Texas Leg- islature has appropriated 598 for its rehabilitation. Major items to be financed! Free Enterprise Losin with shotguns. and of gallstones 'which had The request of Police Chief blocked his main bile duct nnd O. B. Howard lo purchase shot- caused obstructive jaundice, guns at each from the Abdominal explorations nt U. S. Army Weapon Command, that lime disclosed no evidence requiring (he written approval of cancer. of Hie council, was approved by All reports on Mat-Arthur bolh Mayor Frank Kinsey and since then had been favorable TOURISTS roil TKXAS K left, executive director of the Texas Tourist velopmeiH Agency, shows a copy of nn ml pnh- Iicmiif! Texas lo Bob Martin, president of I lip Victoria Chnmrjcr of Commerce. Ilildohnmd was main speaker nl n incclinj; Monday night nt CPL auditorium in which lie explained aims of the agency. He commended Victoria particularly on the Shakespeare Festival to be held here this suinmcr. Festival Praised (iivm in Lrllcr DALLAS, Tex. (AIM Percy Foreman withdrew Monday ns chief counsel for Jack Huby, i blaming interference by Hub-'s j family for his Thi) Houston lawyer had re- 1 placed Melvin ficlli only four (lays ago. This latest development camn jns Iliiby spent his ,Vli-d birthday !in the county Jail, lie has been sentenced lo die in Ihe electric chair for slaying Lee Harvey Oswald, (he accused assassin of President .liihn I''. Kennedy. 'Hiii lireiK-d' foreman, i-l, told newsmen jhc thought Huby had lieen "bar- jbeciied" al his trial this month, but fell he bad lo quil the de- fense team hecansr- of disagree- ments with lluhy's family nnd a Dallas civil lawyer. "No criminal lawyer with In- tegrity can let n civil lawyer or n layman tell him what (o do, especially when a man's life Is at Foreman said. Stanley Kaufman, the civil lawyer referred to by Foreman wns quoted by tlio Dallas Times Herald ns saying: "If Foreman says I Imvc curtailed his activi- ties, he's lying." Civil Ailvlrn Kaufman, who denies "There simply has nol be< Point Conifcrl pfson? at Ihe.ancl he said" "This] promptly asked on' what" oc- inS The building despite (he factUasion in the last 50 years emergency would provide an assembly area' i mvcstor-owned indus-: the city ever had to use one "I'ei'alion was necessary. tiank that will seat 750 to 500 at I.-, ,les al'c "'the most! and "besides we are not inter- lhr m'lsel quet tables This area can J-ItJcllS.Dependable bargains Ibis coun-ieslcd in killing people." ll Wils discovered the bleeding, XT CVDr "ad." Councilman Kudy Hcmlon uo-'wns fl'om veins in the' divided into three smaller rooms rn i y-v Lr seating ISO each. An additional' J. O Mark extending govern-' held two rooms, seating 50 persons IV ment involvement in thn nil each are_also planned. Adjacent BtlllotS Ihe to bolh of these areas is a cater- ing kitchen, where prepared persons'fuels ment involvement in the oil and ager, saying guns wouiil'Tc industry may prove t h e used as a protective measure !ilon Eas jeclion equipment. There Is also a game area mayor find city mail- the lube which bears--.. food from Ihe throat Into the I I imach I--f 1.11 i-. v. u 11 v. u.n-u it.] pi vc IlluitsUlU ".-n. damaging of a half for the patrolmen. This drew there Is connected problems the industry faces at'further criticism of such aP enlargement of the I lie stale and local election present. pendilure from Bower and re- m disorders, nnd Other problem areas he cited suited in a heated exchange bullclin Indicated ''gher imports, alternative1 words between them. tllnl llavc the case in excessive crude produc-! Councilman Simon Cornelius tnis instance. llcr (Jic state from the letter said. ,k. "Allurncy Kaufman thinks stale agency's job "is to g ('criminal cases should be tried people to visit Texas; area tries civil cases. I do not Iraelinn.s inu.sl he the t li i n g agree with his opinion. that keeps them Awhile." No {.'oniniriit Hildebrand, in his talk before L, Kaufman ami iipprnximulcly persons MlKVC llut llwil n recent survey wiis taken i "ol survey wns -i..... oilier stales! s "1C m'ws n'cdia except 'with 'no comment.' I do not agree, with this, especially in holding free certificates allow- ing them lo ballot only in fed- eral races. Victoria County lie with pool and ping pong tables, and adjacent lo this area a snack bar. A lighted parking cratic area would accumulate 115 cars, also met Monday; loulin'eT.v thenark ne imeTe'r said Adi 2 primary but didn't immedi- good year for the petroleum in- Adjacent to the multi-purpose ately make any special provi-duslry building is proposed a for handling "no poll-lax" "In fact, this is exneclcd lo pit and picnic grounds, rest voters. the bipgest stjendirm vc- r rooms facilities and a circular; Only about 185 Victoria Coun- since he sad comment concree slab thai can be usedily residents qualified by on the new' ax uv and for roller skating, square danc- ler.ng to vote in federal races, 'money it is expected to t urn mg, open air concerts and: The Republican County Rxec- loose-in the Ssirv "tivc Committee also decided: He said one sign of -i Mod The multi-purpose building that the free-certificate voters year was rcve-ilcd in W n rl cost, in addition to rental could vote in the presidential Oil's of im op live capacity, increasing costs; entered Ihe verbal affray lo say to find and develop a barrel of; he Spleen Removed appreciated Bower's' words Tlle Jlospi''d said a spleneclo "c" m llle of think they arc good" be my was performed. This is Ihe pub leans; decided Monday. prices and the development of said. "The letter from of the spleen, nn organiw lite Victoria County efficient ways lo use en- Army reflects their concern about six ounces, Incentive Committee ergy. lnc spleen is nol necessary to hut produces white blnod Action Tabled Auto Wreck lllc survey .nl E. of w was admitted to Champ lWyl..r; i[ ,7? hn ff the' e e 1 50 a n wihy b 's '-'ls V'C" u.ou a.m. suneiing wiln wmn among person who had never visited Texas 'He added that the survey coastline winll, menlion- Action was tabled to hear btood cells and for asking tor slolns )lavc some role in Ihe a.m. sufiering with se-; head and internal Injur- sustained in a one-car ac-1, -nt on Highway M5 five "1n rin Her rnmlitioii was criti- Howard's reason City Attorney Willis .1 c 11 o n (Sec. POI.ICK. I'agc 7) llii< almosphcrt.' most were tried and convicted in Ihe news media before you were in cuurl. "lloth convictions ought lo hn Clitickle body's disease-fighting mecb anisms. If diseased itself, it can threaten life. Mrs. Sanders, a registered '-u' nurse who had gotten off duly livills in parts of -bout .1 re- 'rsnl in the appellate fietli commented in Kriin- that Huby doesn't need i-i.--iij in.u iiiiuy IEIHI.M] t neeii nnlably in (ounce- or any at a.m. was en route to Pori nfl1 In addition to the removal of lllc as long "as he relains'joe'Tona- Icurrcd. Officers said she Iliulebrand described the aims hill and Phil liurlcson, who with ftelll durin'i! Ihe the spleen, the bulletin reported a splenorenal shunt was per- :_ patently went In sleep and tid bi fees, about per year lo; preferential referendum, operate. The swimming'pool 1st The federal offices open to expected lo be self-supporting.1 no-poll lax voters in bolh pri- board Js seeking to provide j maries will be the races for U.S. senator, congressman at farge and nth District congress- man. (See FIGMT, 7) Some of us clon'l hrlitivr no arn having goorl time unless we arc doing some- thing vcc. can't atlortl. Auslin Backs Goldwatcr Candidate for Congress 6rr 1 earn Dan Sullivan of Andrews, .fim Cum Icy reminding Jay-i ny TIIK iMir.ss candidate in the Democratic cees of lhc pre-eleclion party Republicans of the Austin area Primary for congressman at tonight at at Jaycec overwhelmingly Monday'large campaigned in Victoria Johnny Larson looking up m favor of_ liarry Goldwater, visiling the Arizona Republican senator at overcast quoting picture himself as a member of getting the spirit of 2-1, Henry Caiiot'Lodge 22, planting trees and waving at William Seranton 14. i'ne "Texas as the can- friends, even if they weren't "arold Stassen received who could most effec- sure which ones George 2 v'otes, the rally sponsors said, lively work with the Johnson Kreig not heeding a nockefeller. .Yew administration, sent to him by a friend governor, received only "I favor the medical care for C. M. Sadler having a busy Margaret Chase Smith aged in the Social Security pro- bill not too busy to be cheerful Mainc ami William would aid President John- Mrs. l.ula Belle Hamilton ennsylvania governor, in his war on poverty ef- catching up on current events the Austin and would like to help by telephone Karen licrn-'ry c i President bring a "Better hard at home with a bad case A MlmiSSador Deal" to Texas. of the measles Airs. Carrie is f -f I .Sullivan said he had won en- Parsons being advised t h a I IvMlt (Hi III Japan [dorscmcnl of PASO the Texas hiC'Cre! TOKYO 'AP1-U.S. of 'the Harris lunch time Cliff Drrkman dor Edwin 0. Reischauer Democrats _ club, the 
                            

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