Advocate, November 8, 1964

Advocate

November 08, 1964

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Issue date: Sunday, November 8, 1964

Pages available: 44

Previous edition: Saturday, November 7, 1964

Next edition: Monday, November 9, 1964

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Advocate (Newspaper) - November 8, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 19lh 185 TELEPHONE III S-U5I VICTORrA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 196'f Kilabllshcil IM9 Pases REA Warned About Speaker Cites Row At School All Dire.elot's Ke-EIeeU'd Some members of the Vic toria County Electric Coopera lives were warned Saturday at their annual convention Satin- day lo beware of foes that seek to curtail the scope of the Rural Electrification Administration. Jim Morriss, information di rector of Texas Electric Cooper atives, (he stale-wide associa lion of rural electric syslemi in Texas, told the group that UFA members "should nol passively accept the fiile de signed by others." "We have our Morriss .said, "and we will con linuu to have them. There are those who try lo cripple our programs in Congress, as well as on the local level. Progressive Atliluilc "We must develop a progres- sive altitude, and be resolved in our deterniinalion lo continue the scope of the program." All four directors whose terms had expired were rc-elecled to .-_ another three-year term on the I 10-num board. Those re-elected were. Sidney Albrecht oi Port O'Connor, William 13. Gayer of Uloomignlon, W. James of La Salle and W. C. liuchholz of Discussion japan R.ois Opened bj Rusk, NATO Leaders iXne.lear Suit Visit Bhimed j YOKOSUKA 1 Club-swinging Japan "ics, pastor of Our Lady of Vic- tm'-v Catholic Clmrch, and addi- A lionnl music by lhe Victoria' Scl100' Ba'IKl- County Judge Wayne L. Hart-1 man then will deliver Ihe, Vet- erans Day address, lo be fol-i lowed by more music by (be. F. W. Gross High School Bnmt.j Afler (he closing prayer by; the Itev. Harold A. Pearson, jras-j Se vce Due Electric service will be inlcr- rupled Sunday from I .'.'ID to p.m. in parts of the city because! of work necessary (o provide 1 clearance for city street widen-! ing. The area aflcclcd will include thai section adjacent (o and in- cluding tbe inlcrseclion of Grande, and Nuvnrro Streets, and Nnviirrn .Street from Hio' Grande- lo North Street. Service will be restored as promptly as possible, .1. 11. Wil- son, local Cl'l ;

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