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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 1, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE U9th 147 TELEPHONE HI b-HSl Encephalitis Strikes 2nd Victim Here Extra Precaution Urged To Control 'Mosquitoes A new case of encephalitis was reported in Victoria u cdncKdiiy, a week after the city's first case was VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1964 Established 1818 discovered. The victim, ;m lii-year-okl white and active, and should be according to his ph The first encephalitis patient was released from the hospital Sunday. Dr. "Uoy C. Reed, director of the City-County Health Unit, said he was nol alarmed aboul the new development. "I don't like to see Ihis happen any- he said, "but the (wo cases were a week apart, and that's certainly nothing to get ex-cited about." Head added, however, that Architect Named for County Job Judge To Sludy I I Building Plan i Christopher DiSlcfano, Victo- ria architect, appointed (Wednesday by the Victoria) County Commissioners Court to! I plan and design the proposed' [new county office and courls 'building adjacent lo the old courthouse. The action was lakcn al a special meeting of Ihe cotnmis- 52 Cents 90-MPH Hilda Aimed For Louisiana Coast sioners court, male, WHS and DiStcfano lis selection by on a business City Hires Vogt Firm As Agent County .Judge Wayne Hart- imati said he would confer with the architect later in lhc week as lo details of preliminary plans for lhc new building, look- i ing ahead lo specifications for a bond issue election which will he called perhaps before the lend of Ihe year. The court has i been advised by its fiscal con- c? Thn the co, y ca i, is- l in bonds with- "ll1 "Crease in the present 01 on the M b cent rains. He urged ihocilTonN nuTlc dents cooperate will, city of- aiy finals in helping lo eliminate Or John Lee said breeding places for mosquitoes. will succeed Alu.srinllo Suspected ,Don Alton, who resigned Mon- Thc recent outbreak of cn-'day from his city position as cephalitis which reached cpi-iright-of-way proportions in Houston1 l-cc said Dial while Vogt and .fudge Harlman said DiSlef- ano will be assigned to prepare I floor plans, exterior design, [models and drawings for the jncw building in order lhat lax- payers may be fully advised as [to just what they are voting on' in connection will, (he bond is-' Texas Included In Storm Watch NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) Hurricane Hilda [aimed SO-mile-an-hour winds toward the north-western 'Gulf of Mexico Wednesday night. A hurricane watch was in effect for the Louisiana [coast eastward to Mobile, Ala, The Weather Bureau said hurricane warnings probably would be hoisted over portions of the area Thurs- day. At last report. Hilda was cen- tered near latitude and longitude 9U.1 or ahout 390 miles souih of New Orleans. Eight SI.I'.II, The storm was moving toward (lie northwest at about eight miles an hour,   nrontn-MiftTi cluMiM Itnirl UCH week on an inspection lorn1 nine South Texas cities lo lookiscale hurricane preparationjshoiild Ihe storm head into, over new and remodelled coun-isbould it become necessary, al-iTexas in this vicinity. In addi- clearer picture of the storm the Groce- len Co. "We should havo ty buildings and other structures. public plough the latest U.S. Weather) lion, 'Bureau forecast indicated that been nt miii t iwuivj. ill uuvti- i r---- preliminary plans had prospects by "suspicions symptoms" early! lirotight Complaints- iMonday morning, including a "'s reference to provisions severe headache, nausea 9''-v Charier pertains .Seven I'er Cent Judge llarlman said made to house personnel that J i with DiStefano had not yet been, worked out, but pointed out the'! standard architects' fee is seven Hurricane Hilda will not touch of Matagorda AFB at Foster Hie Texas coast, 'Kield if that should become eoimlv'i rnnlnrt! uicllill'd Bcck. disaster relief'necessary. L, for the local ARC; "As of right now we're just confirmed lhc CMC as having purchased prov cephalitis. jcrly for his own personal use r ,h In both cases, Ihe cultures'while it, right-of-way ccnt 0[ lhc still being tested in an for lhe ci'y- vomiling and chills. Later .brought forth over; hut pointed out llatl bceivlislening tc and it that lime we would begin lo ask for volunteers to help run the shelters for evacuees." This left Victoria in relative- and Houston with a .stand-by took slcps to secure limillion-dollar offshore mcnt. Civil Defense officials in Cam- erou Parish, where 500 lives :lm! county offi- lost in when I'reparalion. Heck said Amlrey swept inland, pon- for a possi- dercd whether lo order coastal tenter was residents evacuated -m 'N'cw An evacuation would be north- pered by the loss of a lu per the "le weather bureau said The bridge struck would make a slow lurn towboat in August, a lln.rtllcrly  Oil CCS lliis area have been granted an increase of len cents per hundredweight because of prolonged drought conditions, bill the increase is expected lo be absorbed before it roaches the .supermarkets, all three managers agreed. Milk prices were raised nhoul a month ago by four cents a gallon. "J don't ihink they'd come hack with another one this Republican candidates fo r the presidential nominee state offices in Texas will make make earlier slops in El another added "I their second appearance in Vic- K'lna on a state- don't think thev varv at all in wide tour which will State GOP Candidates To Here Frida 11. J loria Friday at what is billed as lhe "Goldwa- 2.30 p.m. on iri Tyler .Mrs. fir are aiiMilag having her problems will) hay fever and the change in the weather the John Jonian.s never caring lo loll one another to "go fly a kite" .since it is a family hobby and they most likely will the It. D. Smiths still renovating their home, hut about to get the sawdust cleared away Mrs. licrlha Griffith in lino to accept birthday con- gratulations loday Itill Sparks admitting it would he nice if his hunting transporta- tion were ready by the week- end itngcr Welder proving to be quite helpful in getting his mother's automobile re- paired Millon Killebrcw glad for a chance lo check up on friends at work in a different part of town Mrs. Kill pat- man of Gnnado over for the Parliamentary Procedure Course at Vicloria College al George Sii-mon, County Fire Marshal, never liritig of talking'_ r. timv mi E. MuncU. ofSBG. (bought collon acreage allot- wilh no penalty be-fparish auditorium of Trinily missioner of agriculture Soutn Dakota charged, in, Wednesday temperatures: High mcnls from displaced farmers.: ing charged during January Church for lhe re- Local candidates will attend separate views, that "the low Btl. j Curlis and Mundt said lhat if "ntl1 thc laxos hccome Mrs. Kncbel said, include M. V. Samlhofer. fnr hadn't been on Trinity Parish of Precinct March 29, on fraud; ln connection wilh thc be used for the rally also, J. W. Parncll, H. J. rjiill) Kaulk- the county level, stale level, and Tides (Port Lavaca Port charges growing of his lirj- al. clcctlon otl Nov- 3. should Ihcrc be rain Friday afl-ner and T. W, Harris, for coin- Lows at uid ferlilix.er dealings. )ii.s lllat all qualified crnoon." 'missioncr of the three-man begin the .supermarkets." Prices range from 211 cents a quart to ,tcr Special Statewide Bus Tour." horf M CCnl-- a 51.OL rp, I- I i IIILIlttll. JrfLK Ihe candidates will speak llon in a glass container. lire Orvillc Krecman, the'ria.v' Thursday night and ami lhcrc was no j [-awaited report said, few scattered molivcs They wi i prompt action to cancel Thursday. Northeasterly sens Sam J Ervin Jr. of Xo Mailini! of all countv tax nn "Juniy lax no- go through a lo consider prevention import- ant James 1'.'. iSmcjkaf son of .Mrs. Jessie Kovar. on (7B' wheeling, gift-giving Billic Sol' W c d n e sd a y precipita Ksles, received favoritism Deparlmcnl of Afiri-. O'Connor Chanulc AFB, 111., and lo grad- the .lack uate on Nov. 18 Mllners arriving in Vicloria yes- terday and he will be music and youlh director al Firsl liaptist Church Waiter llrnnig re- culture." la.m. They' contended Ihe depart-! a.m. Thursday and and p.m. Highs at itics "migiil very well still have! vcilcrs lhc county who have The GoWwalcr S p c c i a I 'hoard of_Drainage District :No. mcnt was "not only incpl in its] a.m. Friday, efforts to cope with" Estes but) Barometric "in many instances it was y unheeded." i The subcommittee chairman, pressure at sea Sen- John I.. McClcllan, IJ-Ark., minding members of Gem and Minerals meeting p.m. tp-, rtay, Science Building, Vicloria ficc. CollcBe, I Sen, lually a companion lo Ibis fraud! Sunscl'Yhursdav: through actions, or failure lo acl, of its officials in high of-. Vim agrecd that the system htiill i i nv; viuin tvmci o 1) U L I il l v .iu. moved from one precinct lo an--_whjch in fact will not C. Schaefer. for other may notify his office tinlil four days before the elec- and thus have their names! INDEX Barry Goldivnlcr, Rcpub- ovcr many years was a contrib-iplaced on lhe proper poll (itingfactorinthcca.se. !'isl. Otherwise, he noted, they _......... ___ "iVcvcrthclcss, the lirmdily are not eligible to vole either Wcilh'r vaccilation ami indecision, ami. in the old precinct or in WMthtr itiHwiitrt, ID! (Sec KSTES, I'agc 20) i new. iDtVm" constable of Justice Precinct No.: 2. Mayor Kemper Williams Jr., assisted by CounciKyoman Martin, will act as master of ceremonies for the rally in ....K-iMfjDcl.con and introduce the jjvarious candidates. able hanl-hitrkcd book, of (lie is avail- able for Sl.TiO through this in ronpcration nilli The .Usocialcil I'rois. Copies will hr mailcit itj- rrrt friini Ilic priiiiini; plain at IVinj'tikc'epsic, V.V., AS sunn as lhc printing has liven lompli'teil. Hooks will hr itrlivrri'il as fast as pns- sililc. Tn order, fill nut Hie order furm mi I'ngc and mail tn Tin- AilvuciUr. I'.O. HIIX HIS. Viclnri.i,   

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