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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 8, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 154 TELEPHONE HI B-HSl VICTORIA TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1964 Established ISi6 Land Owners Plan (Huge Crowd Condemnation Fightia 28 Cents An even dozen of (he more lluui Iwicc what thc land owners in Victoria County rest of us were Koontz reportedly plan a court-based said, but added thai it was still uprising against a pipeline com-lcoiisideranly less than what he pany which one spokesman said'termed the average paid here the bflsis of e.vistng economic 'we have always negotiated a Now Mayor Backs Proposal p o i T I A i VV IO -M- JLJLJL lime provision generally 30' II' years under which new ease-! iJl-haJOII Ml menls could be negotiated on .JOHNSON1 IN MID- President John-! heartland of to be: county condemnation commis-lbal thc forced "into'1" Peoriat 'CRiU 'I110'1 tcsl'-condemnation" land owners will IU- beamingly predicted' otlicii, alieady have been up for inony is specifically barred no onnorlunilv lo on Election Day "We're condemnation by Coastal Slates law from condemnation hear-isuch provisions bcc-iuse the to have the greatest Dem-, ;1 inf- :condemnalion awards "are victory in this country in[ Mcli.uy of Coastal States das. Continuing, Koonlz .said all American history." Producing Co. had boon awarded slightly more rjhekbtirn on Tho tossed off this "estimate while holding hands aloft in "V" for a con- two 4-ineh lines Simultaneously, another land- than Si) per rod, including owner filed notice of appeal of: age payment, for the laying a previous award by a cot.- two 4-inch lines through Hie demnation commission. same right-of-wav Mrs. Emily Keeran Campbell "When yon consider this was the plaintiff in Wednesday's case (Mrs. Campbell's) involves hearing, and at the end of some only one line, it means that we: ,u rcn hands aloft in "V" .'salutes to street throngs in Pco-! i l Mnci to comment lcr of al lhc courtliousc. And the streets in' ID hours of testimony and delib-iwcrc given less than half as 3ration the commission com- much." company front and on the sides we in length. :ation commissioners ''as a mat- Blackburn said, explain- pcoria airport, on the way into; She and Henry Clay Koontv., ler of principal, even though that we don t know, we aml jn llle s whose property already had many cases the court fees out Kennedy said it was thoi f- been condemned and who has amount to more than we will gel i biggest crowd he had seen in his filed an appeal, said this repre-'oul of it." uciu tjCL'll ill Ills Koontz salt the Coastal Stales inino yrars ils chicf That "Thai makes this award In addition, Isoontx said that, (Sec TIGHT, I'agc 13) Goldwater Vows on Crime' An estimated heard the Hepublican presidential candi- date last week. PLANNKKS Mrs. Helen Duck- worlh, center, president of the Victo- ria IjoajjiiL1 of Women Voters, con- fers with two state officials on the two-day conference Ixnni; hold in Pol- Victorin. Al left is Mrs. T. A lard uf Houston, stale secretary, inul at right is Mrs. Wilson Nolle of Austin, a slate director. (Advocate Phohi. Cliar mi) 'rllc President arrival in Chi-'T nit Meels Rangers To Slay llll> 10'Harc International Airport.TWT I NEWARK, N.J. (AP) Sen. I Ihe scene was duplicated. Aj Barry Goldwaler crowd engulfed his car Wednesday nighl to give person-jwhcn it and hc h t al leadership to a "war on f; his crime" during a cslhnatJes of thc swing .rough northern New.insiclc flutsidc am .Jersey thai drew some of from sm n m mosl wildly enthusiastic crowds of his campaign, i Before the senator s jet left lie also called anew for ,fo1' lily in government and lashed wa? :i newsman; out at what lie called President of "1L> New' Johnson's bid for more central-: 'eceplion. ized (lower in Washington. i elated by lie said. The Republican presidential: In West Orange, even news-; candidate carried his who have been traveling! Tex. (AC) Charges (ha( a speed trap was operated on Interstate Highway II) Sept. 2ii-27 nave   in fact ;i speeches, but a string 0Va chapter president. Jieing carried on by Kepublicii impromptu ones. i "The a spokesman'volunteers lo get voters reg rii i ,1 w" Vmccnle and llrniulrr Tax Base n 12 'Jj the' overall lax "The a spokesman'volunteers lo get voters of_ cities, City Man- ic prc-'sem. .tcumuib- -M- -r i g lave we yel heard- I W AlMllA-- icedcd war LI C roaring crowd estimated byi Army" and' A 'idicopter was ui officials at about More, al] (lio six men aboard one a ncar llle Communist lines, this (lian other couldn't got i .side. At a later .on has been spreadin, invLion evervwere the sheriff's office here, iproposals. l-'in-i-c i Despite Ihe fact thai mosl lo- eal political subdivisions cil- Volunteers are in process of bounties and school dlslrW. in Texas have just about ters, cepartmcnl [cse ground Ircops that devcl- Gene Hmichins ordering heavy casualties. special kind of hat from Italy' One of the helicopters, carry-! Clyde Matthews always; ing five Americans and a Vie'l-i ready to say a good word forlnamcse observer, fell burning in1 his profession Miss llrlciv'lbc midst of the Viet Cong posi- Schianni making a hurried pur- lion. chase Mrs. .Imiio Fly re- wlio later fought (hei winding Iho general public thai ulc vvrcekagc found I hey arc invited to the United ihrcc liorties charred beyond Stales Day program for the recognition. They considered Guadalupc Victoria C li a p I c r, tnc other three also were dead other will be held Thursday be- from voters who snid they had ginning at a.m. received anonymous telephone. (.See MAYOR. Page 13) Body of Longview Boy Wound; Mother Charged :A C? calls informing them they wero'. o TV1H i listed in the wrong precincts 1 Tex. (AP) A sent and therefore could nol vole in the Nov. :f general election. Any voters who have changed (heir residence addresses dur- ing tile past .six months may have their voting precincts properly corrected al Die cuimly tax office up until four days bc- Ihe home and talked to dec said she would look toward fori; (l'e Nov. :i election. an adjoining ravine. The detcc- my live said she walked almost conlinucdidireclly lo Ihe body. Refugio County Fair Has Varied Program I VII I KM'.S Aiimrak- sc-rvicr Conuncrcc enlrics are expected UEFUC10 The annual from RctuBi0, ;Refugio County Fair, perhaps Qlern Yorktown. the biggest and best yet, opens .here Thursday. Hlingarec football game, and still nol fully recovered Claire Diclzcl declaring that ev-i( cry once in a while a runs into one of "those the bottom of a sleep embank- ment ncar a ravine about Mounted cowboys from area ranches will lend additional An remodeling and tolor lo llle ,Iuc Kelly will expansion project has given the Knnldin nn [il( Shows on ank-: At -i noinl -iboiil 1 m- w milrc ftrlc and c.x j.ui.simi JHIJI.T-I mm xivt-n IIK four 'from the s of w ere Cmw Claxloj, carried r'jr fair groumls a new look since lui" jiom me spoiwnere iMis. oneniiii! of Demncralic hear The- fair will oijcn officially Thursday through I'Yi-i Miori reminding members St. Joseph's Father's Club of meeting tonight 8 p.m. SI. Joseph's Cafeteria Charles Levy expressing impllcil l'lc. (-'rain Junior Irust in a friend Kildie, l.c- tori (ransfcrred (o Alice The Itolierl Alarlincz having a the lem involving lumber and rulers; nounccd Marvin and Margie Kldcnbimq: marking Ihcir 2Gth wedding an-'Slprmonl, chairman of the dis- charge" aiia'i'nsi Mrs. c'rowder ncr puppy (ion; J. 1. Moore, nominating; i Early Wednesday Ihe boy's! a.m- Thnrwlay'and a.m. phrey campaign; James A. Hunt p.m. Over SO entries, led by the Saturdays' schedule:   

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