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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 30, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 325 TELEPHONE in t-MJl VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH, U.S. To Seek New Bids on Jetty Project Nolan Contract Elided Oil Port Channel Job AdvocaK Lavaca Ilurrau PORT LAVACA The U.S. Corps of Engineers, Galvcston District, has announced that they will re- aclvertise for competitive bids for the remaining work on the construction of the Matngorda Ship Channel jetties in the Malagorcla Peninsula bee.mse of changed conditions in the project. As a result, the contract w'itli Brothers of Minneapolis, Minn., prime contractors on the; million job, was terminated for (he convenience of the gov- ernment. Scouring action at the end o! Court May Rule Today On Districts Final Pleas Seen as Key HOUSTON   San Delermined Alaskans, countinivhere Sunday nflcrnoon near the for retllnl to Idead and clearing the dcvn.sta-'Scadritl El'emeiUary School, California, 1 said, jtion from one of history's might- Justice o[ the Pe'aOe A. Pen- Oc'1 he was a icit earthminkcs, began plan- ninglon of Scadrift returned a lifelong resident and intended this chill Knster Sunday (oivcrdicf of death due (o n self- High .SYlinnl. He was a rebuild better lhan ever. Tho Alaska death toll from inflicted gunshot wound. member of (he First Assembly passer-by discovered t b ('ml ninrcli at Soadrift. Pietsch, project engineer charge of the construclion tin of.ly, our persons were injured, al-jihc Army Douglas Mac-Arthur lough apparently none thil.rt in' 'r a' M early Sunday and hours P was receivi WASHINGTON of that MaeArlhur was under seda- Friday's shock was estimated about p.m. Henderson Kunernl services will be i ,i ,1 f'7 bv Gov. William A. tigan wfls through the heart. A noimc-od by Uichurdson Funeral I on and that there was no evi- ,6 wcrp .22 cal. plslol lay Home, dcnce o pontonilis. Igon and Califnrnl. hy swHl the body. Death Reporters had raised sfn believed is Surviving are his parents, Mr. March 2 by the Supreme Court. ;came nccessary to place the The judges arc now holding a Iblanket material from a float- hnlll hearing on a motion by the. slate ing plant in the Gulf, rather to asking that redistricling be de-'than from the land as previous- cr laved until after the November ly done. Receiving minor contusions elections. Chaos will result oth-l "As the situation developed it aml fusions of the left side crwise. the state contends. became apparent thai the opera- of faccs wcre Salvador Three Witnesses Due lions lo complete Hie project Marco Percz. of 'he, x second vehicle involved in the (physicians to have temperature, A Ducketl ambulance t oo kjpulse and blood pressure "wilh- normal limits for his post- >peralive condition." A hospital spokesman MaeArthur was still in the re-i'Tgesl community with n met- covery room at the Waller Heed ropolitan population of 100.000, Army Medical Center. bore the worst of (lip fury of Hie V III Colorful Hoi Springs final arguments the key part of the hearing. At one point he saidj they will be the most This WOO to Bell's car. feeTon 3 MrecUon. will reveal his future plans trapped and strangled withouUlher problems A Desman (or Wilford ln wll-'Fh'. b'SW-'S-Sa S. oroveV'WZ W 0 Final Arguments Judges JOG fngraham James Noel joined with Brown j the new construction will get by Bell and Owens, with in urging the attorneys to make underway almost immediately s car lhen >n collision with fcrenccj Hospital, some legislators of i bllng (o erase an in tho 'i election campaigns, CASINOS. 1'ngf 7) L'fisinos, aloii) I CI'II- m Orvnl K. Fniilms. ill lie Mrktvio Police Chief John Krmey said B HJIIIO Of Victorians Fi e specific recommendations Iheir final arguments. W'as possibly weakened by llic be normal in a'few weeks and equipment would stresses of the past'rcstoralion work should be Monday. various Ivnes and sizes of stone smith on Perez 'vthrce weeks. iby the of nexl summer, i visitors who were expec? o aw riaMS co Church Street. The first fei nnctors noted that there was: The (oil of lives, once oily 2M77. when lh, K.rc. struck tho residence of andltrac, IvUhin SO days and .hal The spokesman said news was not explained, but, in the Perez car, Ihe officer sail 'mcslions. doctors Brown told Texas Atty. Gen. thereafter. 'We anticipate Ihe job will be small perforation in the he in the hundreds! was ''own will have to v'florin men Sunday morn- content themselves with It'gul ing, with damage estimnti'd al Figures Vary is Atty. Gen. completed within about 18 nl. 1J, Waggoner Carr, representing months after a new contract is IJUIlIiy the state. "How much of our de- awarded. We will have to draw T1 I Vjcltll cree has to remain in effect? up a new cost estimate on the How much has (o be changed? work so that we will RICHMOND, Va. I hope you will be prepared to have something to compare on Sharp was window shopping Rut keeping an accurate count i v.iu.ju.Tt; >u uin-ov mji.i, t> I only a few newsmen entering at no SiinKrcllc was fnund. R''t keeping an accu The problem was first noted horse racing, water l" 'bo homo nnd lo sight-seeing and thermal baths, contents. ,no nrvumH Thl! "I the linmri mav. UULUU r, and not without regret. City of- It W Raker and I a become overcrowded, lie in the first few how lo rffrm Kelly at 170S E Nnvidar! Army Modi-aflcr the millions of dollar., tlio tour- Ownr-r of downtown Sunday morning'his Columbus say exaclly what should beithe bids to be submitted. Brown then turned to the at-'contract a standard clause in "I'm" torneys for the plaintiffs. lall such contracts we can stranger said to Sharp "Time has run out and the terminate the presenl contract "I'm Santa Ciaus Sharp re- 1 Glenn will remain in bed during j [rom Reed the Center said. Meyer. The 42-year-old colonel fell in if the hnusa is Herbert j-sinr' i .miA her- C'lnra8c And in the --old here ,ong. 'he, lower abdominal wall. hlt tnc call hit, communications were more like at a.m. slammed a mirror. Ills head Army   representative, Kclwnnl A. Ale-! "We're' not happy lo have Dcrmotl, director of the dosed" said Mayor lhc (lru was out when firemen of Emergency Planning, made Dan "It has been a steady an aerial inspection of stricken part of our economy You can't 'lhl' a living room wall Alaskan areas. Just yank il out. 'like a wil" Center wcre damaged, with (hi; entire houso and its contents hit by srnoko damage, A discarded cigarette was listed by firemen as Ihe prnbablo cause. Earlier, firemen answered a call at the Ranch Motel. N. Main, at a.m. A bed in n unit occupied by dail caught fire, with ap- prrtximately damage re- sulting to the mattress, r He reported morale exception- tonll to ally high and praised the cool- Itul yankwl il was (Sec ALASKA, Pagr, 7) i Possibly 'nbs will he Christians Over Globe Hold Easter Observance Sotifrhi Cucro Alan ter's nasilioam Vatican City, to a football field M Korea. rnph. Temperature range ectel Iw 52, high 76 South Tcxas. nl" North Korca the Spanish tlanny were on a plane "which crashed in Ihe whiirf area of (bin of soulheasi Mexico at of Victory Catholic School, drew under reported pressure automobile, apparently talking Actual examination for sight from the White House j "eS sa are resident, of H.rKn. rL (lisplllc ovcr (hc Senate 'race. Alaska was still befog roufiht .......h......." Tcmperaliires Sunday: high'" religious sues and centers (Dr. Noel is the hrother-in- FfJlz erance and religious aw.nkcning a.rn fc.Ufiun et rfinrAk i-) n j .........ift nvi, gtv- iiiiormaiion tn r as one of his reasons the Cucro man who has be m ,vn !y' ovcr (hc Senate "ce. Alaska was still being borough during his The senior Texas spending Ihe congressional ler v a c a 11 o n against one Dem four Republican opponents. In Washington, has been invited   

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