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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 19, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                119th 104 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE TELEPHONE HI 5-14SI Import Cut On Meats Past House Senate Okay Due Quickly WASHINGTON (AP) The House passed Tuesday and sent to the Senate, for expected quick approval there, a compro- mise bill to keep imports of beef, veal and million 15 per cent below last year's record level. Before the 232-M9 House vote, members of both parlies pro- tested that the bill would boost prices of hamburger and other cheap meals. But backers of Die measure argued it would help restore slumping prices al Ihe beef producer level without causing unreasonable prices to consumers. Cheaper Class The meals coming from Aus- tralia, New Zealand, Ireland and Mexico in increasing amounts until Iliis year were midnly of Ihe cheaper class. These countries voluntarily cut back Iheir sales lo America and began sending more meat to Europe. Because (he imports TIVC run- ning 25 per cent under last year's level, U.S. officials say Ihey expecl there never will be any need lo impose quolas. Nror, they say, will there be need to cancel the voluntary agree-' mcnls holding down meat im- ports. Prefer No Quotas The bill as passed originally by the Senate bad been strongly opposed by (he stale and agri- cuilure departments as too re- strictive. But Stale Department officials said Tuesday Ihey can live with Die compromise meas- ure although (hey would prefer no mandatory quotas. The compromise version, ini contrast lo the original Senate measure, would not immediate- ly impose quotas. II would re- slricl imports of beef, veal and not in if the secrefary of ag- riculture determined imports' were rising above specified lev-' fl." measured by a complicated formula. j Kxclmlc Canned Kxcludcd are canned and! cured beef from Argentina and Uruguay. The bill grew from a measure offered by Hep. Charles M. AUGUST 19 1964 1S15 THOROUGHFARE CEREMONY Mayor Keinper Williams Jr., second from left, cuts a ribbon Tuesday af- lernoon formally opening the section of on Ecu Jordan Street be- tween Port Lavaca Drive and the Houston Highway. Shown watching him at Ihe Lone Tree Road intersec- tion are city council member.? C. C. Carsner Jr.. left, Vclton Cowdon and Mrs. Bca Martin. A similar cere- mony followed al the Navami-to- Main extension of Airline Drive. The observance iv.-is staged lo signify (he progress of the paving imcl drainage bond uroqnim. (Advocate Pholoj Governors To Confer With LBJ j Appreciation Dinner Slaled WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Johnson will meet d.iy witli (he nation's Democrat ic governors to talk aboul nf- :faii'S of state and, without much .doubt, election yrar politics. Before he docs thai, Johnson will take a bipartisan ]slanco Wednesday night and en- tci tain all members of Congress and Republicans In thank them personally for passing major administration programs. These include the [Civil rights bill, the lax cut and legislation. Press Meeting Johnson announced ihc two affairs after summoning report- ers (o his office for an im- piomplu news conference. The Presidenl said Democralie M Cents Platform Writers Told Tax Dem Stron Savs Petition Readied Excis In Sale of -unly Ally. Wlniylnnd Headers, will re- ,11 said Tuesday a local iu.ngay.inc dislnbu- an injunction from selling a dislribiilion of cerium nniwM-.'W' o( mehtsliiml imvel found governors been invited to a working ses- dislribiilion of cerlniii sion at (he While House and "to.back novels will be filed some ;stay with us for dinner lhal lime (his week, night, if they can." Kni'llirr (luls Seen in Try for Rain liUKO, Ncv. (AP) Fire busses ilccidcil late Tuesday 10 try clowl-sccding in hope 11 ivmilrt (rigger rain (o help cotilrol major unchecked rungc. fires which have now scorched about 150 square miles in norllieastern Ne- vada. The region was declared a disaster area liy Gov. Grant Sawyer. Tlic cloml-sceillng decision wns made after blnck clouds hh'w Into (lie area. A plane was being scnl (o scalier dry ice In Ihc clouds. Iila7.cs moved so swiflly lhal fire experts coiddn'l keep acreage statistics uii In dale. The impact of federal programs' on slalc economies, Hie oppor- tunities for the slates to take of fed- Pupils Moved To Smith School Approximately   students who ing used at Juan Mnn Scnnoi sion, Doing IICKI just two days attended Juan l.inn Elementary because of the dangerous condi- before the Atifl. IM opening o'fi School last year will be shiftedllion of the building. The old the Democralic National Con- lo Smiln School (his year had only six class- vt'nlion in Atlantic Citv N.J. cause of n ehjirifn in srhnnl vm...! .-.ii-imc nighlstaml novel found' u1 i n undesirable the board, is much we talk about." Johnson ciiuniarat- with a pctilion for his federal revenues to cd an array of official Kilgore must sign slnU's Wl'n> eral-stale relations, I Polilics llus Hole And he hinled politics certain- ''y will play a part in the discus- studcnls who ing used at Juan Mini School sion, being held just two days ittcnded Jiuin Linn Elemenlarv because nf Ihp o. top off documenl before il can ho 'f filed will, Dlrtrict clrk 'c r'ZiZT'1 Staples. Is'icl IritPi- I" lemony tii th.. n.-mocral- Sceking an injunction The board recommended reconnnc dalm II L V Mori v i IS 7 Kevlew for I cT d vile" S" cause of a change in school zomrrooms.; Twenty classrooms re- "T'C. .lowland, director ofjSol'" pupil Personnel and accounting: "Iillt the loss of six dass- weekend for Ihe Vicona Rmvlllml said, jb Johnson did this bv reminding s- s t I ;M I I If ill 11 l iA -j-y 1 1 f-, 'I ror Heal th Funds sought Dilinn and I'liairninn'Walter" W. of (he I'ic.sidi'iit's Council ______ _ jof Keuuiimic Advisers a .........jgn-ithi'.'id, ill effect, to plunks 1 liitaldiini! liberal In.v-eni I uf the Republican pur- J. J. The rosy prn.spiTj of relief was bused on rising revenues from (lie record prn.spcnly which In ;jij years, Heller pro- elaiuied. bus built "llu- slrnn- ivil cciinoniic Imso tinlinn lins ever [or fulfillment tpluowland at III 5--I59I for further abandon the old Iwo-slorv build- avaea, said Iho ap-1: kn '1'10 lawl> of 'Vhile Parents should register children al Ihe school Ihcy will 1'01150 Wils (ilklll8 on a festive O 1 1 1 School budet Denial and insliil- ,.v Senate killed off Ihc last hope1 SuP'- for televised presidential Man Kirkman and Estimated expenditures in the n-csenl rriifi< iludy Fuchs, interest ami sinking fund budget "aedia Jon vummyji. pi esuieniiai cancu- ivuny rucns iiin this year by fll'1 that a large part of for niflVii -i l tllP inri'I'.TiP in 1 Vlii Imrlnnl it-. i ffj f C.K-I Esti- nroscnt rccnnfs nf ing 1 ucsdiiy nighl a measure increase m the budget revenue for this budget ions -i.-iinii .SUSIKmrl r'nilTll litnr. CailSCa hv ____ "b'Ullhl J10IIO suspend equal lime provisions of Ihe Communications Acl. The Democrats rolled up a parly-line majority lo defeat a compromise bill which would have permilled television de- bates between President John- son and Republican presidential faculty caused hy increased increments'is Included for teachers. The 100 for current on Ihe faculty will get an ad- linqucnt laxes and thliona! (his school year, earned on investments, he an added; The board approved The President said Ibal "exc- j elected to office, "ih'al (Kir' WASIIINT-TON   Comity unil will Jinvc. to he .lohnson said, has added WO IKK) hunl-rires railed if Ihe application is ap-, hospital and nursing home bcdfninil.s proved and funds for such rental; and nearly other health- llchind llu. seme would be included in Ihc facilities i DI-M calion. "We would need (he y Calhoim County doctors and denlisls met in a .secret scs- 'sion Monday night lo vole their i approval for (he application to jhe made. Their approval is re- iquired hy law. An Advocate reporter, invited !to attend Ihc meeting by Dr. (John Griffith who called Ihe scs.1 WKSI.ACO. Tex. (AP) -rivtrqi'cs! and had no jsion, Icfl the meeting at its lenders in the Lower Hio Ihe situation opening when doctors took a Valley have launched a miissiv- The valley lia-, b.-cn 1.1, in-.l formal vole lo exclude Ihc press, .campaign lo get equal lime (m us a "pocket of wj'-irl'." .-v- Jhc molion was made by Wr.'.tho NliC television network all- cral limes in the Texas Slalc C.nffith. lie said a rcleaseler a show on Sunday valley tend- Cunvcnl'on niiw under Valley Civic Loaders To Demand TV Time nil would be made Tuesday. ers say depicted the area On Tuesday, Dr. Griffilh through his office lhal Ihc re.-' "Our position is going lo lie case wasnt ready .since it that Ihis is a very slanted iiicte 'I'liev sav hadn t been approved yel by (he of reporting, very conlrnviYsini other doctors and denlisls. and very txxirlv done and nation. According' lo previously the facl il was controversial tl i-- j ii i_in; K1V.I II W41.-1 nounced plans, Ihc applicationjlhal the network should give m request will break down time lo present Ihe true way: mid heard WKATIIKK e'um'cnlion of the equal linu' 11 quvM, di'l..- ____.............. gales wen- nsked from plai- said Jack Drake, e.vcai- in f.r.ur of jtive vice president of the ValV-v imrtions of llu> [Chamber of Commerce. 'Hie McAllen Chamber of Corn- peeled Wednesday Icmpcr.n tu asked how many umiM THE VISITOR KROM Af-uignier of Parts who will spend the next year as a guest of the Ken Nathan family, shows Mrs. Nathan some photographs of his native- B'rnnce. Ik- wilt citteml classes as n senior Ihis fall at Viclorin School as a participant in (he American Field Service program. (Advocate Pholo) Ihe "nil prosperiiy of the valley- Pules (Porl I, a vac a Porlnot a ilist.irled picture as w.is nn 0 Connor al Ihe commmce said p.m. Wednesday; High al -I a.m.! The Chamber locul and low at p.m. write the National llaromctnc pressure at Co., president w'ltlt level: 29.92 cnrlwn copies lo Ihe Federal Sunset Wednesday: Sun-'Communicalions Commission I' rise Thursday: lli This haiert on dala NHC in Nnw YnrL ci.rl il irnm Ihe US. Wejthtr Hujean >rK l! lui Vicwrli 'not received an equal linn: re- uJVili" j   

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