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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 7, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA 118th 333 TELEPHONE HI J-KS1 Concessions Lease at Zoo Turned Back More Work Due 011 Pact; Teen-Age Park Gets OK By TOM E. FITE Advocate Staff Writer Victoria City Council, on the recommendation of its Parks and Recreation Commission, approved the return of Teen-Age Baseball to City Park Monday, but turned down a proposed lease agreement with City Vending Service Inc. for operation of. a concession stand at Victoria Children's Zoo. Paul Prater and Homer Parks Chief Title To Go To Neely Schullz, representing Coordi- nator Marcus Lowe, appeared before both the Parks and Rec- reation Commission and the VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1964 Established 12 Cents 2 New Members Take Seats on School Board Ragan Is [Re-Elected President SI rain No led On Budget 11-Man Panel Nominated To Plan Coliseum Project By IIKNUY WOLFF JR. Advocate Staff Writer HIM i up WmlUJVt1] Eleven men were nominated I divisional structure it leering committee to plan; feasible, icura campaign for Victo-! It wa< should elect its own officers were inadequate and that the and set up whatever type of j show had become a financial l structur f i n d s: burden on Hie other.s hBMUSC of as i, steer a coliseum campaign tor Victo- It was also left up to the conditions na at a meeting of some 70 steering commit tec to decide on !t was explained that the and Master Plan For Zoo Dae council gave unanimous en- nay lt) sel up campaign headquarters in search of the dorsement (o the move aflerjRepublican nomination and the privilege of battling tion City Manager John pv.iSnn TT o o___A_ ___, Gilbert Garcia and Jesse Lara, currently members of Pcna's staff of six employes, will be promoted to crew foremen when to us1 Neely takes over. Firm Volunteers The action is contemplated as a move to consolidate parks and recreation with operation of the zoo, both as a maintenance mat- ter and in the city budget. Simultaneously, Commissioner Lester A. Meis announced that a local architectural firm volun- u ju.-ui  11 O O iSen. Raloh Yarbornuph fnr TT s Qnnntn 4 1 _ 1 i 1 At Bloomington Yarborough for his Senate seat to require them to re move existing machines. When Ihe question came up subsequently before council, Mayor Kemper Williams Jr.[ lold Causey lhat his terms were unacceptable. Causey replied that he plans to spend between and to pul up a building meeting health department re- expensive vending machines. Enclosure Asked "They (the health On Texas By TIIK PRESS Two new cold fronts, follow- ing a day of summery temper- Unseatcd Yin-borough Mrs. Campbell then defeated Trustee Robert Gerrard on a He called for "conservative' Robert Gerrard on a moderation" wilh regard lo what! R j Poccpf] II Mrs. Campbell who 1J111 K crs he bclieverfn Xar- WASHINGTON (AP) C fhe critical problems conrwfM h conceded, how his- Place Seven position against two other candidates. defended stroyed in the recent Alaskan' in earthquake. The bill was introduced in Ihc i. j TII u against wnai iwo otner cannuimes. attires, pushed swiftly toward Ihe liberals are and he at- Part of Mrs. Campbell's tal- "lt; Texas Monday nighl and live-lacked Yarborough on his rec-jcnts were pul to quick u se Monday morning, passed stock warnings went out for the ord in ttlrec al'eas: re-jwhen she proved the efficiency I U'T'my fvl i" ,iln upper Panhandle. sponsibility, conslitulional sep- of a new composition-type floor- alld "PProved af_tcr-j.r The Wealher Bureau issued arf.lioil, and lle "sed the Victoria volcc the Scn' _ livestock warnings and s.M 0............ b? At the same lirne sneakers in III I light rain and occasional snow would accompany the twin blasts of cold. Maximum temperatures Mon- day ranged from 69 al Dalhart to at Laredo. Sees Victory grinding her" spike hccTlnlol h Spenkcl's !.n U ll samnlo nf Ihn m-ilf-ri'il lboll) Houses said Ihc money is Bush expressed confidence of he [only a small porlion of what's O A ff'iAml c thai he can win in May over .....Heel Slnrks lo rnlmbililnlc Ihn slain IS Five persons, including a Vic- his two Republican adversaries for the nomination, and that he can beat Yarborough in Hie No-, There was no precipitation election- nc i------ _ i vvitn regard to fiscal policies, Park commissioners first1'0 have my concession area en-Jmixing called on City Council for a Causey said. "If I do master plan several months and the other companies depart- the 24 hours ending at i-----v...! .i._ with Ai.i, i ".CCl ?lnliks 'needed lo rciia'biiiiaie Ihe state" _ Although her heel mark left the material somewhat scarred and battered, trustees decided lhat it would not be subjected ...j 0-----oi.oij vuiiiii-: ---j nuoun uciiau-iine zi nours ending at 6 p.m lueul" lu IJUIIL-ICS, leeredI their Meis have said that I will havejbut the approaching cold fronls'' sh sa'ci ne vfolM not have1 i_ i------ Imiv-inrt -j'jVOtcd for thr> rprpnt Inv: compared ........._ Hep. Clarence Cannon, D-Mo., By IlllUCE PATl'ON Advoi-nlo Stuff Writer Ronald H. Peck was elected president of the board trustees of Ihc Bloominglon Independent School at the reorganization meeting Monday night lie high school cafeteria. The election of officers followed the swearing in oM-iewly elected board members. New members are O. Thompson, and James 15. Ililsclier, bolh of whom were elected for the first lime, and Alvin A. Wynn, who has completed two terms on tha board and who served as presi- dent during the past year. Oilier new officers are Hil- scher, vice president; James H. Lewis, who was re-elected and Guthric Sklar, l- I ii.u.1. ,1 Vic- Only a drop in Ihe bucket torin High School football play- secretary; imparud with the said or, were injured in Iwo Puniin.i _ i _ i I a mons ago, oer companes but the matter has been given; 'eave 'heir machines out in the a cool recetion b council IfOPen, I'd never e m a cool receplion by council. Ifjopen, professional zoo planners been engaged, the cost would i Causey said in I'd never get my money recent income i 1 wilhnnl mixing witn warm, moist air Llll; iiit-oine blowing oul of (he Gulf of Mex-lreducllon bil1 without cutting ico, were expected to triBEei'irereral expenditures at the same showers 'bat as a senator he i- physical edu- and approved cf the f oodng the hill. measure provides supple- ale auto accidents Monday. Injured in the first accident which occurred at a.m. onivolcs no major er- Onlcr Unchanged The official canvass of the i Airline at Ben Wilson, were have been about Track Finished Commissioners approved a plan to retm'n the Teen-Age Baseball park lo its former loca- A Pacific front moved New Mexico and was due inj West Texas during Mondav Hc .sald hc could not support At earlier had first decided that Ihc cosl ouc- n in es exas u r 6 Monda other question from Williams nighl. A mllen colder norther in e I'ljuu, jimniv which had dipped to million Archie because of outlays for caused hy the flooding Ohio Riv-l Rockies was pushing south- s ormer oca- lion in Riverside Park, and the C.ausey had bee" lliat hc is nol asking exclusive rights in Die entire park, but >vu, only in the zoo area. At request of Uie park commission, ,r, _ The Wealher Bureau said the i snov of a wood composition tvne i- flooring was loo -vciir' pensive, but that a simple con-; roqucsling lhc[ imi.nni, .1 comc oiled for conlin-1, rors, and left unchanged the Jimmy William's, 17, a'n'd in wtlicl> thc sevon didalcs were listed Saturday nighl in the unofficial lally. HC saw he could nol support pensive but thai a simnln ron ln requcsl the civil rights bill now behgiS floor ot  y iit tint! IVILS inw ic E. Williams both were listed Salurday B. lied River; and Arthur "'S'11 lllc unofficial tally. Cooloy, 17, and Elaine order was Thompson, (111- y, 15, of 320'! Catalpa. ;schcr, Wynn, H. H. (Cotton) mg Cooley a let erm-.n IjUis 1i0, h c s' J' A' >M h li, c i and Salvador Cantu. wiui tnc nlinCHIOGS TKn. ii i j ii troiled for a bruised riuhi' administered to stand de- action was subsequently dorscd by council. Suburban Kiwanis Club i-imnus, onnKS .r, crews Sunday completed hiT-ianfl other items- .Amanllo about mtrimgbt. stallation of their track in the zoo area, and the minialun train which (hey purchased re--; i to the zoo fund. eral and stale powers. Employment Issue because of the danger of acci-' Hnntc Thn i..__current I he President s fund is moria] lo with the! Elaborating on (his, he said resente crushed ce candiPs SoftTrnks'Wind llle nnrth bill would destroy the senior-ravings of about over to P" AmnHiin lity svslem of labor unions hvithe wood type. sewel.'> dnd injury dents. The composition flooring approved Monday rep-] resents a compromise, 'at a' >'cnr' public. .It "J u. It'llvt ULIIUIIC, lly i meir irack in thci Tho'siand'wmild be operated Skies over the northern 'he federal and the a basis, with Texas were moslly clear labor-management af- Ihey purchased -e ipnrt of Ulc Proceeds accruing ing the day. The southern half of lr a i1'0'0 can 1 the zoo fund. fc the slate was largelv overcast dlclate employment pracdccs. cenlly is expected lo be in op- eralion within Iwo weeks. Causey agreed lo meel again iuiiuit iiiiniiL iiT-ii- Commissioners also an Wlth and members of "le Park commission to renego- !u'a th? a.greement, but nounced: Thai they have received a rc-ihn quest for lighting of the emphasized that courts al Victoria High School soft dnnk for nighl play, with c llh" crated lighting suggested. the state was largely overcast. Fog and drizzle were am lo anyone fell- li: VS'OOll IVUL. i.-----.7 mmrv Dnrine the discimsinn nn resident earlier made mil-i any persons at tl bS used slate for W< lo make the high school field house, An- ro of, facilities. along the upper coast Temperatures were mild. That night lighting of cages at the mo has been installed. That silcs of local historical significance in Riverside Park (Scc CHIEF, Page 71 capital invcstmenl. The Wealher Bureau said the air would spread over of Texas and Ihe north parts of North Central and Northeast Texas Tuesday. The iMarlin Itubcrs making a quick trip to town from Flem- ing Prairie for some machin- iMcel Requirements Council approved plans for Scattered showers were in store for Easl and Soulh Centra] ing business whom it should em- ouse n- derson issued a warning that ln an9lncr move, John- the board may exceed its son about million budget of in the school available from other tor home re- construction of a new building facing on San Antonio Street lo the rear of Ihe present Victoria Bowling Lanes, 1702 Houston Highway, although the lanci is not platted. Building Inspector August Haschke told council lhal he will work closely wilh Ihe owners and thai the new building to house Victoria Bowl- ing Lanes will meet with the city requirements before final approval is granted. Spokesmen for the lanes said ploy because bond issue building program. of justification for a business! !pl'Lc.oment. Page 7) to finish these U was also nexl year'f strained, bee adjustment (Sec ROAKD. Page 7) invesligiiled, said the two cars driven by young Williams and Cooley, met almost head on. He estimated damage at to the C'Mley auto, and a to the proximalely 50 spectators, when usually (here arc none. Peck extended an invitation lo any persons at the meeting who lo make any comment lo board members, but he had no lakers. Contract Awarded J. M. Maroney of Blooming- Ion was awarded the contract Today's Chuckle Summer camps arc places where little hoys and girls go for mother's vacation. for a 50 gallon water healer lo In another accident, Mrs. installed as a replacement u... u.uvuiib gwiio uluuglll lu IU1K ITUH cry repair Mrs. Wesley I Spokesmen for the lanes said ipaid homage Monday lo the'Washington by motorcade Sun Vivien cutting a visit short off-street parking will of General of the------------ Nation Starts Tribute To Memory of General Culback NEW YORK deep- MacArthur's body wasjday nighl. He died in Waller Oil Meal IllinOI'ls throated roar of distanl guns brought to New York from Reed Army Hospital at the ace1 years. No Insurance Hep. Ralph Rivers, D-Alaska, Ihunking the House for its fl speedy action, said the privatei____ (sector of Alaska's economy! needs help since Ihcre was no GOAL OF (Sec BILL, Page 7) i____________'._____' jaulo lhal was in collision flaccdo Elementary School, a car driven by Sharron Lee'to purchase a new drinking Slotts, of N. Class. for the school afler the Page 7) (Sec SCHOOL, Page 7) meet other appointments prohibited E. 1C. Pickering oul early to at- tend to business I. N'. Oznna philosophizing about Ihe firsl of Ihe month Mrs. Jake Schlein checking up on roads for her annual tour of the coun- tryside to see the wild flowers Mrs. C. A. Tilley nol bash- ful about her youngsters' progress Buddy Meisen- hcldcr looking for some pretty spring days Claude Hen- On another request for per- mission to build on unplatted (Sec LEASE, Page 7) Dou Yarborough To Return Here Don Yarborough of Houston will bring his campaign for governor back to Victoria Wednesday lo speak at an oys- derson ready for a change in ler fry at Jaycee Hall in Citv season with a new red and whilej Park. hat, but the season nol quite Army Douglas MacArlhur, echoing across two main scenes of his long life, the U.S. Mili- tary Academy and New York City, his last home. ready for him Mrs. Mar garet Barnes always glad lo read a humorous story about friends M. C. Slccrham- mer catching up wiih some odd jobs at home Mrs. ficssle Lee Wacker sharing her daugh- in h i g h Small out doing some garden- ing. ter's achievements school wilh friends Victoria and area Democrats THE WEATHER Mostly cloudy and warm, a few widely scattered TTo.siitiivjiwiiuii a- The body was clad in and Now Zealand have sun tropical to reslricl meal ship- he wore in Ihe Pacific War andjmenls to the Unilcd States, Rep. during Ihe summer in the Ko-JArnoId Olsen, D-Monl., said he ILJ, mo iiuijiu. jwjiu a lew wiaeiy scauereu At both places, 19-gun salutes.showers Tuesday, becoming m-n partly cloudy and cooler Tues- day night and Wednesday. Soulh to southeast winds 10-20 mph. Tuesday, shifting to northerly were fired at noon. Across the nation, on the high seas, and at all American installations around the world, WASHINGTON YMCA To Open Bid for Members oniu ny The Victoria YMOA Clusters' of five stars, ing his rank, glittered countries agreed lo cut each shoulder. But none of his i veal, lamb and mutton exports many decorations was attached Ho this country lo the annual av- Ihe shirl. erage over the past five years. The casket, of cold rolled Under a previously announced cuuullu ull; binning 10 iiuunuriy me casKet, ol cow rolled Under a previously announced flags were lowered to halfslaff. 15-25 mph. early Tuesday night steel, is the standard Army is-.agreement, Ihe shipments were They will remain so, by order and Wednesday. Expected Tues- sue. It rested on a catafalque lo be held to the average over i n.T 1. H also allows each mem- to participate in the vari- "Y" activities, which in- a planned program for the program building at 3401 N. elude a planned program foi Ben Jordan seeking a goal of j elementary age students dur- 300 new and renewal family! ing the summer. mnmnnrcViinc sn __ i____ n memberships. Gill said pre-enrollmenl for 4-fvuiuu-i aia ijavuiuajf, have been invited to During the week of mourninc with serving to begin at J p.m. Admission will be a plate. Yarborough is scheduled to arrive at Foster Field by pri- vate plnnc at p.m. and go directly lo Jaycee Hall. His Austin office said he will on major issues in his cam- paign. YTI.I {'.muni au, uy uiuer iruuiLcaiiay, Cyxijucicu iuea- of President Johnson, until aft-iday lemperalures: Low 66, high er Ihe funeral services for Mac-180. Arlhur in Norfolk, Va., next Temperatures Monday: Low Salurday. -n New York, the Capitol rotunda in Washington, and in the Mac- Arthur Memorial rotunda in Norfolk. He chose Norfolk as his last resting place because his moth- er, the former Mary Pickney Hardy, was born, reared married there. and 58, high 80. Precipitation Monday: Trace. Tides (Port Lavaca Port O'Connor Low al a.m. and p.m. High al p.m. and p.m. Barometric pressure at s e a level: 23.74. Sunsel Tuesday: s u n- rise Wednesday Thla Information based on data from the U.S. Weather Bureau Victoria milted in the funerary room t day. One of the firsl fo _, J OH I It IU[ Hob Seerden has been named the swim classes will begin May chairman and will'4. Last year, more than 60S nn, .ituuuuiu 1.1.1111111, uiu niujniienis were camnn pn r-na rimn imi j i ie. It rested on a catafalque lo be held to the average ovcriprS at Ihe oar T in llhc Past lhrcc ycars. when they Serl on eadcrs are Richard'43 ena-Tn "J Only members of the high, Olsen sad. Dufi sePa'atc classes have conference belween three team Arthur in the Philippines, then in served with him in the Pacific and during the period when MacArlhur was directing Ihe postwar occupation of Japan. I-alcr, MacArthur's widow, ;cards, program schedules and Wallace Gill, executive sec- other information will be given prospective members on re- quest. Seerden said the first mem- ihip report meeting is set i at t n e nro- 
                            

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