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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 27, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 322 TELEPHONE HI J-HS1 VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 190T established 16 5 Cents LBJ Invited To Dedicate Canyon Dam GBRASels July 1 Target For Impounding of Water By ROY G HIM KS Advocate Slaff Writer NEW for dedicating Canyon Dam, with the hopeful probability that President Lyn-' don B. Johnson will accept an invitation lo preside at; these ceremonies for a completed project he helped to! initiate as U S. senator from Texas, occupied Die monthly board of directors meeting of the Guadalupe- Hilanco River Authority here Thursday. The target (Into for impound- ment of water in (he new Canyon Reservoir. 12 miles above New Braunfcls on Hie Guadalupe, is .Inly 1. The date of (lie declica- 'CRUCIFY, CJUJC1FY HIM' Release 01 Airmen Set I OflflV J tion ceremonies would be ad- justed lo suit the convenience of "lc President, preferably some time in June or July. ciry, M GBKA Ihe White House announced on werc that a Ihursday night that (wo U.S.Hrial dale has been sel for June airmen _ whose plane was shotj8 by Disl. Judge Charles O down in East Germany on :BeUs of Travis Collnl in March to will be released Fn-jsuils by s J A t day m Germany. Watpr jn Us I he announcement (o obtair) an allocalion of shortly after President John- vvatei. jrom Ca Reservoir son's arrival here for an EasterjThc seUing wa> gl.anted bv A -i r .1, Botts on lhD insistence of .There were no details of the victor A. Bmildin of Houston, Senate Blocks Effort To Delay Civil Rights pending litigali hill, a motion which had been debated for IS days, with Southern foes of the legis- lation most of the talk- ing. These results heartened civil rights advocates although both were mere- preliminaries to the bin debate starling Mon- day. Victory The showdown vote was on n motion by Majority Leader Mike Alansfielci, D-Mont., to table or kill a motion by Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., to send the bill to the Southern-dominated Judi- ciary Committee. It was a major victory for ad- ministration lenders and the bi- partisan group tlie bill. [Jut Ihi.s first test of strength was not a true indica- tor of the outlook since sevenil backers of (he legislation want- ed to send it to the committee foi' at least n brief look, l-'iill Al trillion CLOSK C.AU, A taxi cab driven by Johnny James, of 1002 K. Con- vent St. camp within a foot of strik- ing the side of a residence at K. Goodwin Ave. after involved in a collision with another oar nt Ihf intersection Thurs- day 1'olice credited a fence post with slowing down tlie move- ment of the car. Three occupants of tlie si-corn! vehicle were injured but not seriously. 3 Youths Injured In Crash SINCE I960 tails until the men were re- lurned. He said there "was no swap that "this action is one whicli stands upon its own feet There are no implications to be drawn one way or the olhcr" that any Easter Pageantry Starts With Rites in Holy City win-by A .spectacular involving a taxi cab and a car at the Cioodwin-Willinni streets inter- section Thursday morning in- jured three Icen-.-igers, wild When the Senate buckles, fotu'c keeping a down to debate Monday, y jn )Mlln ing a .three-day Easter follow mg the col- osli.; the civil rights measure is ex- malcs prepared bv tlie Unlver-l- peeled to occupy its full alien- Dennis Inrilun, 15, Ilichard sitv nf tion for weeks and possibly! Acuna, m and Alex Hnrrera, wss published months. Southern foes all of Mcl'addin, were taken issuc Texas Itnsl- mode it clear they will Citizens Memorial Hospital ness Review what their opponenis call a fill- for emergency treatment of .m. buster and the Southerners call' multiple cuts and bmices. All educating the Senate and tneUhree were later released. Population Rises in County Victoria County has gained tincl Lavncn. These averages. In more llran per.son.s since comparison with Ihe lilfio ccn- and the sus, show that on April I. county Irade area lias, picked Victoria. Calhoun, Itefugio and lit cuuntica gained pop- (Kff COUNT. Pnga 9) JERUSALEM, Jordan of Christ and re-enact vnlcd this walled city pilgrimage of Pope by m January. !members of the Southern 1002 .Jail Fcrni Given if Victoria Man o ol They will work with GBR A1 Jesus died "a fr'aiVbeaYcied' 'hhh'pauT VI in'lanu'-lr'v "l' l't> ''J0 hlu by Johnnie James, 75, cneral Manager Robert knelt the feet of n, i members of the Southern grouper. HXT2 1C. Convent St., dime ahrcnkamp on8 planning L a his Thursda rem'Sif ?S' wns exchange of personnel was in- ot solemn I'ageantrv of Easier 111 ot.tlle residence at :tlH K. Good- based a different of a Is al wav, i iLdiis always i ceremony in which a Presi- the globe thronged the ancient volved. Reedy would not give the time of the expected release. He said j arrangements for the return of 'llc Umlcd ls Holy the airmen had been parL, vior' through Soviet Ambassador An- dy atoly F. Dobrynin in Washing- .In of hp pending ton. .down on its litigation with the Sei had be released" PaIV bul this was the first word from m with repre-j the White House scnlatives of the San Antonio vielori River Authority and the City cilJ' Water Board. 'and with solemn pageantry of Easter tho city walls overflowing and of'the Southern opponents, Sens. [-frill. T -InA _ _ J __ any pub- Fervent pilgrims from around oflicc reported (he Jordan government tourist John G. Tower, K-Tox., and J. would gather over the 10 Ml) nh> ins V Finbrifi >Ark woo is OVCinonl lil ('11 S0nl lt City to celebrate (he Sa- celebrations. Private Maun- il r'nrmona Manily. M, S. Navnrro St.. was ns- ;i one-year lenn in jail Tluirsdny by County W.-iyiu1 L, llartuum after -ol-conlro) nmilalion, nnrl cslimales trial on a charge of ciirecning range from to .W.Ofil In possession of bar- over a street curb only lo be the case of Victoria County, with hituralcs slowed down by the fence post. Ihe middle estimate being Hnnily had entered n not It .stopped Icel Irom the im- RUJHJ. accused of lc' point. The variance in Ilir; different having three "rcdbirds" in bis Meanwhile, the other car, estimates resulted in some conn- possession last Aug. 3 whila owned by Dennis Adler of Me- lies, such as lU'fugio, showing he was being searched by police mind (he pilgrim's of thal'tiilc-i" Thirty-four Democrats and IB Faddin and driven by Tin dan, a loss by one method and n nficr being anx-.sti-d on n dis- fill day almost 20 centuries ago Republicans voted to table to 'mi block gain by (lie remaining two. lurhance charge in Ihe 700 when Jesus was crucified here. Morse's motion to refer the leg- 1171! feel mid over Thi. tallies sbnwlng the Viirl- block of South Nnvarro Ka r ed travel: as p r 1 giUnst i Now riulil War by' agents estimated that about Voting for the motion, 001) were in Jerusalem lo take up the Chill, rainy overcast wealher'Were 41 Democrats and 2fi He- shrouded Ihe cily as it to Definite Assurances Word of the actual release will I come from the Texas White! House on Friday, Reedv said I, ,n Thursday's White HOIKP an lcvcl conference involving of- Manager John Lee said risen Christ. inuisciajs wmie ficiais ot tho GBRA will be collected as As church belli This meeting was agreed upon moratorium months ago in a lop- mnuicement came shortly after it. had been learned in Washing ton that Dobrvnin had paid an :Walcr the plan Friday, but no trash. All Arab troops in desert headdres- of the Cucro.other city services will be sus- ses patrolled the massive -100- unannounced and unnolicVi visit Dam aild between the penried at noon. i year-old walls of the city now lo the State Department thc SARA. The SARA Classes wil not resume until divided between Jordan and Is- in the day at Rusk's remiest 'has this Joint develop-j'I'ucsday in the city's public and rael. Hut the Arab-Jewish war Sources in Washington said witn lne undersland-ipjsrochial schools._________ (Sec H1TKS. Page a) Rusk wanted some definite tbal the Cuero i project is the only point on the Guadalupe from which San An- tonio can hope to obtain an adequate supply lo help meet Us icoming water crisis. The Cily Waler Board, claiming that costs 'of water from Cuero would greatly exceed similar costs from Canyon Dam, has indicated iiossihla Iniicciir.'i- .of ls rang, armed Today's Chuckle The popularity of the uu- (nmntir ifistuiiislicr is ilur (o the fncl Ihnl most wtniltl rnllirr buy than be one. AlarArlluir's Ini'lanuul surances from Dobrynin (See. AIRMEN', Page Exchange Club Honors 'Boy of Month' Winner Rcdislricling Arguments a desire to be convinced that no n. Ctirncs checking .Additional water is available at Th, rsdav at Mrs. B. n. Carncs checking additional water is available'af Ihe buds on the bluebonnets and from the upper Guadalupe. .received the Boy of (he'Month' the lush green stalk, but still Access Koacl I Award fnr M-irr-h frnm awaiting the first bloom at their The GBRA directors instructed Victoria Exchange Club farm on Upper Mission Valley Valirenkamp to proceed toward, Road .Mrs. H. Reynolds immediate construction of an reminding the public that Vic- access road about three miles in m loria Bronte Public Library will length from a farm-lo-market the plaque be closed at 12 noon on Good road near Tivoli lo the site of m.aaj: ,thc m- Rcv- Friday, and will be open Sat- 'he proposed salt water barrier gr; pastor of St. urday morning until the usual Across Ihe Guadalupe. Ho.nor closing time, p.m. kamp said a final permit is ln to 'he priest Don Williams needing someone pectcrl in the near future from. Me.venson s par- to operate the lights for the Trail 'he Texas Water a s' Rl A' of Six Flags Theater produc- (Sec Page 9) tion "The Heiress" today and asking them to please contact: him Mrs. Dave Lewis. ofjWatCr Cuero, grandmother of Mrs. Ma-! 01 i i M rion Boesewetter, in the line to oliUCCl A 4 receire birthday congratulalions Saturday Pee Hcc AlhocaCr Port TavaM RurcAU PORT LAVACA The Texas Stevenson, and Brother William Callahan, p r i n cipal of SI. Joseph's High School. Runner ups were TJrickley George and Douglas Kruppa. Stevenson has been quite active in extra-curricular ac- tivities during his high school! avor' Schlein still talking about mceUng "c has scrved as hoUl vlce I Countr 20 mile wagon ride'to Goliad J al President of the Kd Pieper having lo become a n1 m APnl Council, and vice prcsi- experl on repairing wooden Rc6'slration will begin at 11. dent of the National Honor So- wheels Felix Brest A Hospitality hour prior eiety. He has served on the Bloomington having a 'I16 will begin alliance committee, as pep rally stay at De Tar Hospital an- chairman, a varsity trackster, nivcrsary greetings being ex- ''X of Victoria is in B-team football, class favorite, tended to Mr. and Mrs. O. charge of the program. Con- on the staff of the annual and A (well who will celebrate Sat- grcssman Clark Thompson of the school paper, urday Eddie Alkck iinhap-jGalvcslon is expected to He won second place in the py with a stalled car an invitation has been ex- American Legion oratorical ant VVailc finding Ihe lo the District Corps of contest, served as football too brisk for walking, iKngineers in Galveston. (See HONOR, Page 0) of information used in all In other county court action, three methods of calculation, Ihe Louis Clifton Plant, 17, ol explains, none can be ac- N. Bridge St was assessed n as anything more than tine and court after a carefully controlled statistical pleading guilty to a charge ot estimate, attempting Lo operate and use For its own purpose, T h r a coin box telephone by traud. WASHINGTON (AP) Gen Advocate has taken the aver- J'olifi- arn-.slcd Plant last Douglas Mac-Arthur developed age populfiiion figures ol all. Nov. al a North Main Street a new complication Thursday in three cslimalcs for tlie coun- cafe after a win1 lending from his fight lo nx-over from major lies of Victoria, Calhoun, Re- H pay phone had been partly surgery, fiigio, Jackson, fjolinil, DcWitl severed. Indications of n moderate in- flammalion of his right lung were found by Army doctors and UK; fM-ypiir-oIrl war hern now in undergoing Iroalrncnt wilh antibiotics His conrlilirm is still OdOI'C I J (HlilV as serious, a morning bulletin (T1 J from Walter llceii Army Meili- cal Center reported, although he HOUSTON 'AP) Throe Only C'firr and Rob Ixwney, was described as "progressing juilges may decide Kri- this Democratic candidate, aro satisfactorily." whether Texas will have lo expected to call witnesses. "Since Ibc last bulletin he has overhaul its congressional dis- C'rirr said his witnesses are shown signs of a moderate lril'ls immediaU'ly or lei thf to tin- court In pcr- pnciimonili.s al the base ol the sll'ltc Icgislalurc establish new mil the election; to be car- txtunflary linos next year. rifd out as planned, thus giving The special court is to hear final arguments on an Oct. to order that .said Ihe state's cur- rent congressional districts arc unconstitutional in thai they favor rural areas 'I J I J OC1H right Die bulletin said. adding: "Appropriate antibi- otics have been instituted.' l 'H'l Partly cloudy and warmer areas Friday and Saturday. South to The order said Texas must .southeasterly winds at K to If) immediately or elect Ke Expected Friday temper-all of its 2r! congressmen ihls alures: 42. high 72, year on an at-large basis. South Central Texas: Clear lo The Supreme Court upheld partly cloudy Friday. Increasing Ihe order on March 2 but gave cloudiness Friday nighl and Sal- state officials unlil April 1 lo KKCKIVKS AWARD Charles A. center, senior at St. Joseph's High .School, is shown receiving a plaque from the Rt. Rev. Msf'r. F. O. Beck, honoring him as the Hoy of the Month of the Victoria Exchange Club. StcVonsoii is the son of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Stevenson Jr. legislature lime to rpdislriot 'luring Its regular scs.ilfln next year. I.ooncy and Ihe Kepiibliciin) 'Aant Ihe sta'e lo rt'di.strict im- over urban mediately or establish ground rules for circling all con- this year on an at- ge ha.sis Judge Joe Ingrah-im con- ferred informally with the at- torneys from all siile.s Tuesday and indicated fie hipes a final ruling can be made late Friday unlay. Warmer through Saliir-swit relief in thai Feb. .1 was; l... High Friday the deadline lot congressional uCo lohri Itrown of the sih C r Temperatures Thursday: candidates to file for Die May 2 m.iiublic itis m signed the 19 order's mal Tides I I'ort Lavaca-t'ort 0 Arguments will be made Frl- jority opinion. Judge James Conner Uws al by Ally. Gen, Wnifgoncr Noel, n Democrat, dissented a.rn. and p.m Highs al and by attorneys for the Ingiabinn and Brown said lha p.m. Friday and a.m. five Republicans who filed the various Texas districts current- original range from 216.371 residents pressure al sea The judges also will hear ar- for the old Fourth Dislricl held Xurnents by attorneys for 22 Re- for years by the late Housa Sunrise publican candidates for Con- Speaker Sam Rayburn to ttia grcss, for one Democratic can- residents in Dallas Conn- ridica on ilidatc (or congressman at large, ty. They said the average today and for two Harris County olfi- should have from 415000 to 3> CKlls- residents. Barometric level: .10.05. I Sunset f'Yiday: ISaliirday Jlili Kiful ifj.ilion hjipa t r o m (he US Victors Odlcfl NVealher Kliewherf, ;