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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 23, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                AD II3th 169 TELEPHONE III 5-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1964" Established IMS r i V 14 Cents GBRA Marks Start Of Salt-Water Barrier T1MCATMKNT LAKU The largest area shown above in while lines is a 800 acre treatment lake completed liiis past summer al Union Carbide's Soaclrifl plant ns a part of ils program to properly treat industrial wastes. The smaller area al upper Carbide Outline Pollution Guards liy nnUCK I'ATTOM :tlic construction of (he Victoria Advocate Stnff Writer Biu'ge Canal SKADRIFT Union Car-' Prior ,0 lllL, of hide s continuing efforts lo n uls keep water pollution from I he. from Die Union Carbide ulnnl plant al a minimum were do- were cmplicil into Mission Lake scribed Ihursday aflcraoon by.a body of water having a nat- BobU right production suporin-jiiral in and out movement utilities, at (lie plant. However, since construction of Wright was principal speaker; the barge canal. the liquids lo a small group of ink-rested Imva been directed into (lie ca- persons, and led a tour in and nal. u rclalivcly stagnant body around the company site water whose' only movement show thai the company is doing before was by tidal action not only lo comply U'illi laws' "I'lie derision fn dis.. governing stream pollution. wastes e na I also that it wants to be "a good, recommended hv the Nav ig a- neighbor.' Dlsll.ict ,hi, feal. An unscheduled intruder ;le-rnative represented a reduc- caused a temporary hitch on lion in the cost of the can a" the tour, however. Bright said. He added that the A three fool ralllcsn a k S. Corps of Engineers indie- sliowcd no hesitation in showing i rtnitim-' n its displeasure al being dis LCARB'DK' agc 8) turhed lo passengers of two autos on (lie lour while on an inspection of the flood plain area about two miles south of the plant. The snake was dispatched. with a length of pipe by Homer Kobcrson and Ed Henry, of the Texas Park and Wildlife Serv- ice, who were included on shows the smaller. 125 acre lake used hereto- fore. The new lake triples Ihe water treating ca- pacity at the plant. Plant officials say that more than million has been spent on waste disposal facilities at the Seadn'ft plant. Eisenhower 2nd Hospitalized Economic Value Cited By Officials 12 Counties Take Part liy TOM K. KITIC Advocate Staff Writer Public officials and civic I leaders from a dozen counties' Kurmcr President Dwiglit Kispiihmvp.r entered Walter Kcort Army Hospital Thurs- day suffering from n "mod- erately severe" inflamma- tion of his windpipe and the air lubes leading to his iiiil his chief doctor re- ported less than three hours later thai Eisenhower is "in no danger at the present lime and mine is foreseen al Hip moment. look for much im- provement liy tomorrow or LI. Gen. Leonard llcalon, (he Army Kur- getin general, told The As- sociated I'rcss. The bulletin described Ei- seiihower's condition as ollicmisc "satisfactory" and suiil lie is expected (o ho hospitalized for scvrn to 10 days. loih tona two major water conservation projects on the C.uadalupe Riv- er designed to assure industry and agriculture of a permanent .supply of fresh water from the [flood plains near Green Lake in jCaihonn County lo Canyon Dam in (he scarred hills north of New Hraunfels. i men. one a former Vic- The silc was a remote bend .Mid Cuerp resident, the Cluadalupc sonic 10 miles In Robber i -------j--------.....v. beginning i 'construction of -A new salt-wa- Chief Deputy Sheriff Jack 'i'y-jler barrier. of Wharton said Uobert! Deadline for complelion of Wayne Taylor, 2D, of Wbarioji.jlhe work is June 1. IMS. who according to I lived in Victoria relative 'years and The Tide Water Block half-million dollar pi'oj- !.years ago." was identified by eel is designed to prevent tidal .lirec employs of the bank as, water from backing into the riv- HliST KAHTU IMOVKD State Sen. William N. (Hill) Palmnn of Ganndo, with shovel, drew the honor of turning the ceremonial first spade- ful of earth Thursday as the G'uadii- lupc-Blanco River Authority broke ground for a salt-water harrier in Calhouii County. From Ict'l with Patman are 11. Vahrenkamp, ex- ecutive vice-president and general manager of CiBRA, Frank Guiltard of Victoria, ClBRA chairman, and at right T. A, (Archie) McDonald of Port Lavaca, it former GBUA direc- tor. (Advocate Photo) Stock Fee Nixed By Farm Bureau heing the gunman who ordered !er channel and killing out crops O 4 J -m thcni lo the back room of the [as it did (luring the extended' .N if Zl ft IP 1 n fY T711T Tl T building while Ihe cash of the mid-Fifties O t5 ft, I j j, T I I I t'OMP were rifled of their con-jibe river flow tell to an all-time1 O A A Firm Guarantee Completed On Jenkins 'tents. i Taylor ..._____ jaboiil five hours after his al- llow. r was captured shortly As a gauge of the barrier's economic importance to agri-i tour, and who made brief lalksj at Ihe lour's end. Wright noted that (lie dis- liy IIUNIIY JK. Advocate Slaff M'rilcr A floor battle developed posal of waste material is a (Thursday evening at the Viclo- problem facing all industrial County Farm Bureau con- concerns. Ideally, he said, jn-ivcnfion over n proposed reso- members of a the dcduc- olution isn't correct, let's one that is correct. "The Farm Bureau is just asj .vii iv. ci u u jidaL tia f i concerned with liveslock as with farming. I think we need a way to support the program." leged accomplice, Delbcrt Ed- cultural interests, Bill Hcnslcc (ward Coleman, also 20, of the GBR A technical staff lat- 'ise, was seized lounge. Money Itccnvvrccl The Wliurlon officer revealed (hat parl of Ihe stolen loot was recovered along (lie ar- rests of Taylor and Coleman and that attempts to recover the resl have proven unsuccess- iin adjoining er 'old directors of the river, San Antonio River Authority water use by SARA and the City authority thai rice cullivatinnlproposals for two changes iinWater Hoard could possibly re- amounted lo some 20.000 of its water- exchange suit in CilUlA having to slar'l al the time tidal waters iuvad- agreement with Tyler said Coleman was tak- en lo Wharton Wednesday night eii tlio i-K a in H lo agreement with (IHliA were'payments lo relire its parl of presented to directors of Gua-Uhe (jovurnmcnl loan long be- Tile after an intensive inquiry into Walter W. .tonkins' life VJi Ul UIIILIIl illiLll IOI1K UC- I I J 1 I of ".000 acres m buljdalupe-IJhmco River il has actual market for lo his early years 'lex- has since risen to more than meeting in Port Lavaca Thiirs-jthe water supply from the Cuc- acres (in and is ex- day, -along with n request for a ro Hcservoi peeled to go over the mark next year. Bringing more guaranteed animal supply of .Such a prospect is acre feet of walcr from ly prohibited under terms than a quar-lthe proposed Cnero Dam and exchange agreement now as. said Thursday night il found no information that (lie former itop U'llile MOII-SC has com- U'S' sccuri 01> ter of a century of planning and Ucservoir. as saying ever bad been made mpromise or blackmail jjj_ building into focus, Ihe GHKA's H. H. Vahrenkamp, cxcciilivekamp said SAIIA and the wat m hopes that he would lead executive vice-president, R. H. vice-president and general man-, board hav sporlsmcn. Anotliur factor, he and .showed on the pointed out lour, is no doubt the screw-'rent policy of the organization worm program has been one of su LV-IIL 01 me o g; n on r i Ju LO muusii la worm program has been one of supporting the screwworm pro- dire M l> i f "SCTS' Vahrcnknmpsaid. Undo, the besl, bul there sliuiild he gram. It also favors a fee on i' imtl liiw- such a some oilier the stockman hunting licenses because of IheC dam can impound only Dial (See FEU 1'aire 8) riWiin in excess of Ihe aver- iidiicj-Dean, stale dircclor _....'age flow of the stream. the Texas Farm Bureau, point- ed out that it seems the feder- al government may not support Ihe program in the future. "Ilailier than INDEX lhey to induslrialjfrom the reservoir to San Anton-Reservoir has not begun by i quizzed and all records -ilxuil Viihrenkampsaul. Undergo. The proposed amendment July I, I'm. liim were a would permit the water hoard: Direclors ol GI1KA would like These wore some of the kev ul to delay start of Ihe pipeline Hits section re-written to pro- findings included in the eichi- some lime niter conslruc-'vido a f inner commitincnl by page Hoover report: (Sec SAHA, 8) js Ihe "deer tcvor" that "Thi corner with the season in "XI I I M I l ul" about the Kcinper City School swercd In reii ilol Ta.nale supper al p.m. set out' in (he Saturday, Oct 24 at the school ,jlink ,rs Mrs H.I (.or, comment- 'cost.' hl tre lmig nm u j h mg on the Folk Lorico Ballot not be expensive You are fioinE from Meaco she attended havc to Houston with her sister. for screw-worms) or The Jlclvin S.f Hi iinplc Funeral Rites Honor Late President try." i Under While the barrier is lo hold back Ihe sea from rich cropland, Vahrenkamp assured landowners farther downstream thai it will not deprive them of a fresh water .supply. On the contrary, he snid, it will guar- antee that the "flow of fresh .water will never slop" as il once did. To liaise Level 19511 federal legislation. WILLIAM'S PLsl Today's Chuckle CliiMrrn seldom Ilowuvrr, Ihny oflrii rpprul fur M'lial >'im shouldn'l have said. cnagerie' Production Will Provide Contrast John Anderson NEW YORK (AP) Kcrhcrl.aware of Goldwaler's arrival Clark Hoover, Ihe 31st president and no greetings were ex- of the United Stales, received a changed. Dimple, impressive private fu- Goldwater exchanged nods loons" I ibmil Insinir who he "cral service Thursday. The with Humphrey who was in o mul (low of the fresh water 'milestone and a contrast as com- caller sad about losing considered himself a farmer, mourners were led by President second-row pew behind the stream, bul will rise i inen .sear and Farm liureau Johnson, who came from Wash- President. Mrs. Humphrey was malically to block tidal apo nf said, "We can't split Jngton with his wife. not present. Then the Kcpubli-Above Ihe barrier, the river "Auntie M'imc which will "luiyalenl here. If you fee! the res-; The tumult of the prcsi-can candidate and the Nixons level will be raised some ..erf rmincw campaign died entered Ihe third-row pew. impound approximate-.Friday and Saturday aT admitted Uic inde- cent acts at Ihe Washington YMCA which led to his arrests hut said he did not recall any further indecent acts, "and if he had been involved in any such (oilier) acts he would havc been under the influence of alcohol and would not remember them. was his belief lhat these two experiences had occurred after extreme fatigue and im- bibing in alcohol." Interviews of Jenkins' cpworkors and doctors al the While House revealed he was suffering from gross fa- tigue and overwork. bad limited associa- tion, with some individuals who are alleged lo be, or who admit- tedly are, sex deviates, but Ihe barrier dam will havc a "The Glass licrcd for roles in "The Caine concrete base topped with Trail of Six Flags Thea- Mutiny Courl Martial" and olh- "lorc is no informalion lo indi- flatable fabric and rubber will do as its second play er local productions, will tnke falc tle cvcr llas engaged in which will permit nor- of the current season, will he a the role of Jim ads with thein. _____ -In the lain incident, Jenkins rise up auto- pared with the current "Auntie The role of Tom goes to jjg.'claimed he had been "enticed" waters. Mame." ('ally, who was last seen here by lllc Cresting officer and in (Sec PLAY, Page 8) month's incident "his mind years old air. and T" Mrtcrinfe it he, lucky da> by; jrimning mate, Sen. Hubert H.I Immediately upon actual barrier by will have just four people Johnson and his wife, in; again on the pew rail in front of, open lo severe black, entered through him, as did Mrs. Johnson and [ill- the Friends missing Krncsl'day. Yainin at his favorite coffee Membership now is house Ulicc Jnraes putting "any white teacher' or' olher the frontdoor, and "walked" down OoVdw'iacrV'Murnphrey'anii'Mi1 d WT n tltc main aislc lo lhc lnni e'' I" s'l TVi u eli-.on their left. The Prcsidenl's After the services, (he Hoover. Eime AOV. uf, !w X was composed, family left first from their front- IllloSlcUC game kmmctt Moya. Vic-slip to "school related porson-iMrs. Johnson had a smile and a row pew across Ihe aisle from! loriJ College Student, taking nel holding certificates or qnali-lword of thanks for Iheir usher. an afternoon off at the movie ficalions appropriate to their Kmmo.fl coiningircspoctive duties." hnme with one dove, and hop-: Delegates are also expecled1 ing for an opportunity to do hcl-'to reaffirm a legislative pro- ciiurch, with former Vice Prcsi- in his pew. All left the church Friday icr Aiionui Kolinisim ex- gram adopted last year, (lie dent Hit-hard M. Nixon and his by the Mill street exit, on their (nisly kmam plank of which is a wife. Mrs. Goldwaler did not right. y month increase in her husband, salary for teachers in Texas. .fohnson apparently was not (See GUHA, Page 8) mother in "Menagerie." Thurs- ......---------------.'lay Production Vice President I 11 Joanie Warner announced tliat rrOHl McCally and his wife, llcgina Walker McCally, and Tommy Dotson will round oul (lie cast. TIIK ASsociATEii 1-nE.ss Mrs- McCally, who will do the years. was named the runner-up in the north winds propelled Miss Fashion Trade compcti- the new cool front, a dry one. lion. She lias not worked prc- Ncw York's Iwo senatorial: Nearly all the state, was in Victoria (See IUTES, 1'agc x) land sunny. I Dotson, who will he reiuciu- V ICUGINA IMcCALLY (Sec J'HOIIE, Page XI WF.ATITER Clear to partly cloudy and 'mild through with ;southeast winds 5 to 15 m.p.h. Expected Friday temperatures' I Low 55, high Mi." .South Central and .Southeast Texas: Clear to partly cloudy Friday and Saturday. High Fri- day 76-8-1. High Thursday Tfl. low 51. Tides (Port Lav.ica Port O'Connor Lows al II: IB a.m. and r.' :23 a.m. Saturday, highs at p.m. and a.m. 'Saturday. Baroniclrie pressure at sea ilevel: Sunset Friday sunrise Saturday Lowest temperature record- ed on this date: :I7 in 11115. Highest, in I02ti. IntonriJnon on data [from lhc U.S. Weather Hureju IViclurU Olllce.   

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