Advocate, October 20, 1964

Advocate

October 20, 1964

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Advocate (Newspaper) - October 20, 1964, Victoria, Texas 119th 166 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE TELEPHONE HI 6-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, Established 1846 10 Cents NEW LOOK Model of city hall and pub- lic safety (police) complex designed to serve Vic- toria until it reaches population of was un- veiled Monday before Advisory Council. Shown _ts proposed two-story city hall 'structure and one- covered walk- story public safoty unit joined wc.ns- ways. Jail would be located in basement of police wing, which also would include 125-scat audi- torium. Advisory Panel Shown New City Plant Model Port Votes Today on COMMITTEE NAMED TORT LAVACA Port vaca citizens will go lo the polls- Tuesday lo fill two cil vacancies caused by Weed, Brush Problem Laid Before Council Proposed Office Unit Two Stories Walkways Join Police Station lly TOM 1C. FITK Advocate .Staff Writer j The cily of Vicloria unveiled (before its new Advisory Council Monday evening an city [hall and public safely (police) complex designed to serve the cily until it roaches a popula- tion of persons. Architect Chris DiStefano and told (he 26-membcr committee that when the city reaches a population of il would be necessary (o move the police headquarters into a separate building; hut this in (urn would "card he issue'mosquitoes. Council promised lo tracts [o have Ihe propciiylprovidc additional cilv hall of- cily coun- ot vacant lcls undeveloped j take action on this matter. I mowed and (he owner is space to maintain the city T-i Bcaifor the cost on his next Ihe population jand brush revived at Us meet- Marlm relurned to the subjecl'slatomenf (level. Monday, and named ask City Manager John Lee! In reply (o a question lee1 The physical plant, as show (neI in model to the committee. "u "7 auuii us we can include a twos-lory city ___, ___ _____ [the city can do about Cornelius, councilman-at-laree I Colmcil first heard a com-j tracts of undeveloped land. irprpivc 0 a resycnl on! Lee said the city fire a in6 mvuiuaj, anu uauiL-u a IO abR Wiy Manager JOtlfi LeCl In rnnlv In I nilacfinn The special election was ot three to make a to review the city's present op-U, ,i Br, L V .M. Her Homer Bower, former study on how lo improve its oration and specifically whal'cHv "asTonn %i M 'arcl 4 councilman, and program. [the city can do about after action The cit lo ground area and in a _ ___ does not have position of the present structure do Ibis work, which was erected in 1900. The 10 contract with private public safely unit, joined to Ihe 'city hall by covered walkways, He pointed out, however, be one story in height uilvlduals- GREETED AT MEETING Dr. A. T. Dyal, left, pastor of First Presby- terian Church of Bay City, is greeted by J. W. Parncll, clerk of (he Session of Grace Presbylcrian Church, on his arrival Monday at a pre-Presby- tcry consultation 'meeting at Grace Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Car- roll L. Pickett, associate pastor of first Presbyterian Church, looks on at right. First session of the South Texas Presbytery will be held Tues- day. (Advocate Photo) moved from the a mason apprentice at Alcoa's h.s prevented the city'on over Joint Comfort Works; machines from getting or action t.. oilson, a yacht captain for into Ihe area lo spray for; within Hanoi' Dredging Co., and Gary Arnold, an Alcoa industrial en- gineer. Each is making his first political race. Filed And Withdrew j A> more'to Loinbmmjyoi enough job." [iiiinisu The mailer of large (racls groimrl special problem, Lee o( tnc public safely layor Kemper Williams would be a complex of of- i said. Williams pointed onl U- I, :oblf Schools To If no reply) has been obtained UHIL CUUI.Y days the city con CIty llas ]ust Purchased stretch along Bridge Street company employes were 1'iew farm tractor and will o" Hie west for approximately Jllret! Monday night in 'obtain a syclc bar "so that we'lwo-lhirds of a block, an do a betler job on our own! -lail in Hiiseincnl ight-of-way." He said one rea-, Roth buildings would have a property owners debasement section below ground Train-Car Crash'fily r n TT Meeting of Injures 2 Here Two Corpus Christ! near Houston Highway was y ;rs doiDasemeiil section tielow ground v improve "ud this basement in Ihe II. Payne, Port Lavaca I fVHl lyfSl 111 I OY I IT T "may be IbatiPubhc safely wing would con- insuranceman, filed for the VA JL (.IA. ourselves are not doing H'c proposed jail, with ad- same post Aug. 18, bill with- enough job." jiilinislralive facilities on (he drew (o accept (he appointment Victoria City Council and [ing, Mayor Kemper Williams' The matter of large Iracls ground floor. At the of Civil Defense director of Cal- trustees of Vicloria Indepen-i.Jr. disclosed Monday evening. ja lioun C'ounly, effective Orl t I dent School District are ex-j Williams imdo ilio oiiuui.ia i peeled lo enter discussion the Irst of fhP AH lsakl- Williams pointed onl a 125-scat auditorium i L LUl- Hit-tung 01 i lie IwhirJi would serve bnlh as a Presby- bcing X-rayed for possible in-j The mooting served as a fore- P (cl'lul1 hcml llc was runner of the meeting ot the Joidau-Southem Pacific was South Texas Presbytery, with wheeled into Ihe hospital's scheduled Tuesday and [emergency room by McCabe- Wednesday al Ihe host church. [Carriith ambulance' Texas Presbytery, after (he p.m. crash. ionc of Texas, is made Candidates seeking the at i r, alsclsslon 'Pi at the i 1-irop nnciiin M- the near future on the nelfus C c of establishing a joint taxj 0 ____ newly _. idvise the council on "8 lot of beauty shop Sherwood wovcntual o coler ........__ i oivner-oper-' liay" from this iinde-lCov'loration Cnurt 'he conn- property "and go out and cut downl rlle nal1 llllit would con- alor, and Tom Toney, contrac- cnlry into politics. Sandlin, Stifflemire and Toney were can- didates in (he April regular election. Slifflomire was in a run-off election with Ralph Wyatt, jewclryman, for Ihe other at-largc position when ivyatl was (he successful candi- date. II Aliscntcc Voles All eligible voters ma in the cilyivide Lack, a member of the [Advisory Council, i question of possibly j city-county government i one agency !date and also single tax agency j collect taxes and schools. Plan Area Rally Here Oct. 26 Burton, n a Ion, who was a passenger IBM sedan driven by narrow d.sl.Mct iiip of churches comprising a extending finger. was not "dmmed H Kc dential nominees Monday. Sen. Barry Goldwatcr, LHC> -------i-----j Republican nominee, disclosed sucn a move. In addition, Wil-'slrcel. lain all public services such as backirarily at ISddio Brown's Mote! Coin men t on Jenkins Case..... WASHINGTON (AP) The will'aills replied (hat a con-'scverai inuuaaun uuii.ua. i case of Walter Jenkins, former stiu'tional amendment would be; He suggested a possible assistant lo President rc51lm'c.cl m Ilexas before a'lion for Ihe large tracts of re- c ifv drew attcnlion from both Clly county government quiring owners lo y l rlmiliit H T Cnillf) llP PRf 3 hi Intifl could be established for a specified distance; though he personally from any residence or "lat he had becn Jenkins bv questioned two FBI ciuiremfntvf.il- r aiwul Jenkins by two FBI valid argents eariy Saturday morning. valid poll iii (Sec PORT, 5) an.And, in a letler to FBI Director, J. Edgar Hoover, he asked wbyi elective official, the the "routine ordinary precau-itax assessor-collector. Haras _ said, the three taxing1 Williams then named agencies now involve Iwo ap- Councilman John Slockbauer poiutive officials, the city and and City Atty. Argyle iUcLach-, tion" of investigating Jenkins] The latter, he said, would (had not been taken when the immediate merger! became president, jpf Ihe three taxing agencies! GOP National Chairman Dean into one, aside from the legal! IBuren told a news conference] aspects. i the Jenkins case "will he a; "But as soon as one school factor m the election. trustee gels back into town, 1 The President, the council is going lo congressional leaders of mccl with the board of trustees (Sec .SCHOOLS, Page 5) lax officers, and one Ian lo a committee to study revisions of the nance dealing with the rioblcm city' should reach the COUNCIL, 5) population mark by about some far-dis- tant future (bio reached the i'JOO.OOO population level. by 1085 In reply (o a question from a icnibcr of the Advisory Cotin- I, Williams snid that it! lo projections made ic citv master plan was de- five years ago Ihc Mr. and Mrs. John llilschc.. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hosck'lold ______ ._.......... reporting a fine weekend iniboth parlies thai he will gel all Mexico Dr. C. .S. Ilingharni Ihe facts on Jenkins, who re- poslcarding from last week following his whcrr he is on a deer hunl J second arresl in five years on I lie Ladies Auxiliary lo charges. Johnson lold planning a covered hc had sketched Today's Chuckle Our ancestors bad In liaiil Hie wash water from Ihe well, hut (hey didn't liavc lo sil up nights figuring out how In meet (lie iiaymi'nts on the Imckel. [On Ibis projection, and under jllie building plans submitted for -consideration by DiStefano, a Jncw public safety facility at an- jolhcr location will be needed in [about ?0 years. e.slimalc has been made was _ _....- moving wesl in Southern Pa- the get- cific's Co. switching yards. A n...... injrailroad spokesman identified ic consultations were (he Rev. Cecil Lang, pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Hockport; (lie Kcv. J. Allen 1 Smith First Presbyteri- an C h 11 re h of Sherman, anrl j Henry W. Quinius, professor ot Presbyterian Seminary Roberti'n Austin. wasj Mwlcr.-itor Elcclion .vas slruck The Rev. Mac Turnage is pas- SP lor of the host church. Berry said Fife The consultation meeting is Ben'designed primarily for minis- 'crs and clerks of the session, the church's governing body. Otto Sclmoncmann, ruling el- "cr C-r a c e Presbyterian 101 me campaign itieruincci u' c'resoycenati this area. (the engineer as li. G. Patleson Church, will be officially elecl- Exlonsive plans [ire bcingjuf I'Ol Alamo Drive. He saidiccl as moderator at. Ihe after- pushed lo attract a rcpresenla- the engine suffered only minor noon session. He was chosen for live attendance not only >h" com surrounding! Approximately 30 persons at-! Goldstein explained various! tended the meeting, held injfunctions of the U.N., pointing1 Hc'K'j] 188 j) v..f MI; 111 una ui IILU U.1N., [luinilnG IJiX Wesley Hall of First Melhodist'ont the differences belwccn (hei IJCI C Church. General Assembly and the'. had cast Ififl Speakinsr in an easv. eonver.sa- Secun'tv Counril ilce ballots for Ihc forthcoming nujii niv; .MI a. il SJMCr 10 Innrninn l lu list through po.ygraph Mrs. Thomas O'Connor Sr. of on recw I for fs that exammal.ons at Department of y.ctoria was mauled by an in- this p.rt of the year was 39 I'ublic bafcty headquarters intruder before dawn on Oct. 3 as1 degrees on Oct. 8 1952 Austin. she was sleeping. Because One of the suspects, a 25- wearing hre hearing aid' year-old roughneck and com- or glasses, she hasn't been able _ mercial fisherman, returned to tr> S've the probers a descrip-' in Zapala Monday of ncr aljacfccr. through_Wwlnes. NEW YORK, Ocl 13 CAP) Speaking m an easy, eonversa- Security Council jlce "allots lor tnc forthcoming Former president manner, Goldstein de- The anli-U.N. people w h o Nov. 3 through Hoover lapsed inlo a coma Mon- scribed lhe problem this way: repeal such to Counly day, but lalcr his level of con- "It is nol so much as as "Gel the U.S. tol st cam whether or not to admit to the U.N.. bul a r..... Val D. lluvar. Absentee votim; at uie coumy ie U.N. do not represent anylclerk's office will continue from to (he U.N. or its night after he and the other; She remained inside the home man were returned from Austin wllcre shc resides alone, for six by Texas Rangers Frank Horgcr llollrs was discovered bwa of Corpus Chrisli and Jack Van by two >IolmB brothers who ar-i Soulii Central Texas- Cleve of Cotulla and Hich 7i 6 Clear massive internal hcrmorrhage. _ The latest bulletin on the con- SCnrS' hlr il11'0" ex-pres- oniident read: "The tne birth of a son Phillip Torres (former president Hoover re III at Ihe Army Hospital v Charlie Tiaska coming homejThere has mur uvl. wiUi a big catch of (lounderjdence of bleeding, and the vital rhino (h. rr M t i ,1. a uiuuu win conunue irom itnrin I China to the U.iV., bul a ques-ilhrcat to (he U.N. or its a.m. lo 5 p.m. daily through Thc olhcr suspect, although tion of, who besl represents tions, Goldstein said, Oct. 30. fn addition, persons 'Beared in the beating case, had China Chiang Kai-shek or lhe[ "Unfortunately, there are'eonfined to hospitals or go back to the jail cell he.. Red Chinese manv thini; homes for reasons of illnncc r-ar, has norimiprt fnr a inquire aboul partly cloudy Tuesday and was taken to the Vic-lWednesday. Warmer Tuesday other suspect althouQh'toria "osPilal for treatment Wednesday. High Tuesday O injuring in r----- UM.UI I. II u I C rtlG1 lu UI LHUir jmany people who think that for reasons of illness can iiuiuaiuin iKimiuu oui mac con-jU.N. is something of a by ma" tor ballots. Ap- versalions with lhe Red Chinese j answer to lhe world's must he by the government by the U.S. he said "Thcv think tho nntl lhc "'tending phy- Rcd Chinese Goldstein pointed out that con-j from tie hay. j LU Mit. wui lu ij] iresiaent Hoover re- government by the U.S. he said. "They think the virtually unchanged. !heon carried on for (he is something like a giant s been no further evi- several years through lied machine, in which you put the anrl ultnl PVlina'c nnunv In ..___i.n_ ___i_t__ ,-sJcian. [signs remain stable." China's envoy to Poland. He added ihat some persons world's problems in one end, (See U.N. Pago 5) A valid poll lax receipt or ex- emption is required for absen- tee voting the same as in the regular election. lo inquire aboul partly cl< Sheriff Oscar Cavallin. -work. She was taken to the Vic-1 Wednesday. Warmer Tuesday for treatmenl to her face and since been re- "'sil Monday 77, low 59. I Tides (Porl havaca-Port 0'- Lows at a.m. [and p.m.; highs at ip.rn. and a.m. Wednesday. Haromelric pressure at sea level: Sunset Tuesday sunrise week after! a burglary has occupied for being arrested on charge. At least eight persons have' been cleared so far after being questioned in Austin. iiiinm Monday marked (he second week that Texas Rangers, INDEX 3 linrfn Marktli '.'.'.'.'.'.7.5 Wednesday This inrnrinanon bassa on daU ;

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