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Advocate (Newspaper) - November 10, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119Hi 187 TELEPHONE McNainara, LBJ Talk Of Defense Wilfi ('ahiiicl JOHNSON' CITV, Tex. ls dig (he water well thing we do. Every lime we The right front of Bruton's O Ranch from Washington Mon-was his firm conviction that aml install sewage facilities. But have an issue, no matter what car struck the left front fender' day. accompanied by Deputy most taxpayers opposed award-we 'l "'as more important.we do we'll step on Martin's on the south side' .Secretary Cyrus Vance, to help ing the contract lo CPL. to IHlt the school where we toes. We just try to be fair of the highway, according to NCWI lackle some of the current and "Your decision was nnliliral lo savc lhnl to everybody." i the investigators. PORT LAVACA- -City council; Port Lavaca District Honors a isjti.i inouei com-: SrfWf Councilman Boy Seoul ront nf Brnlnn'c O T i lly HIUICF. I'ATTON Ailvncalo Staff Writer Steve Healh, son of Mr. IRcp. H. 1C. a lower bid submitted by night and then sit in on a second die Victoria County Kieotric Co- mcetiiiR. For that one. ficcrc- Ilean llusk is ar- A r morning, along T 1 7 Survivi Olhcjal Vote Lanvass oi son s chief adviser on interna lional security affairs. Other Visitors Hisit tune: The Texas White House said "This is additional Cabinet members on this will be coming in later, proba- bly Wednesday. The Johnsons Thi> canv-ass of Ihc .lr. sail! then thai the dieision voles cast in the general clue- Commis bccaose' of the prin- afa' thai Highway Patrolmen H. ciple involved, lie also said at meeting of Victoria County slll'h equipment be purchased. Welch and Stuart Dowell Commissioners Court Monday. He submitted pictures and spec- Victoria. H! third lime we've [n no case was the difference ifications of playground cquip- hope it's the in the official and unofficial ment, as well as prices, for tally more tiian a few voles. of lnc hy thc he and Victoria. Slifflemire's 582 in the t Survivors include the wife, to fill Ihe council vacancy. Yolmg wiu repent. daughter, Mrs. Clem! Mayor Rudy Kcnrlon admin-JDel.eon District at the annual T? Corpus Christi, a son, istorcd thc oath of office lo of thc Gulf Coast Coun- VvJH.il. Parks and Hecrcation "'Corpus Cbrisli, kins, who took his place al lliojcil, lo be held Dec. 10 at the! in'observimce of United Fund "ilrt fou''grandchildren, council, filling all positions Driscoll Motel in m.mv fn v ion. appealed befoic v.cre limc sincn !as( s wjn tom. ehu.ret es in c- D, Thc council approved with outstanding Eaglc .Minnay endotscd me Mc- of final plat of Brook Hollow of thc other nine dis- division No. 4, passed n rcsolu-'tricts that comprise thc council. lion accepting streets and utili-l Waggoner Carr, attorney gen- ntv Un ted Fund c, n Jin pros re, tins S o m he ul arc entertaining; Pi psident elect changed or tin ealenccl (.ii.slavo Ordaz of Mexico sonl.ttion. thanked him for his new fir-urcs ,k' that he and; Victoria Fine Arts Associa- lllp and Ihe proposedl-Wi mjllion boys have been (h and interest, and then went on with Commissioners volocl T1' Pnrksltion will open its 1M4-G5 season ordinance for annexation in Scouts since Congress granted .5 use electricity far- Commission Tuesday at p.m. with a via- succession. charter, to the Boy Scouts of Kim: Arl Sci-ics (loiioct'l Victoria VictoH-i Commission Tuesday at p.m. with a vio- o assist the ,-eci'lal by Leopold La Fosse Congress in .laimary. an For (his fiscal year. Johnson told Ihe board thai proposed a billion budget CT1. already furnishes some last January and llu n revised il Jr.l.imo worth of power to Ihc in Ihe light of additional savings other schools in Ihe V1SH, and and expendluros. Hlnt Wood Hi. at an an- nual rate of about fiitw is serv- iced by (he co-op. "iMy said Truslce Mrs Robert Campbell, "was n o I based on that. It was based collected if i -i i ictona Children s 1'iii-c 10) Final Arguments Slated In Cuero Murder Trial given in Victoria College Stu- Tl10 subdivision will provide an 1 estmuitod .10 residential lot" lKrmcnt- Approval was also given to Cx" clharKC't wit" IH'tilion from Mr. and Mrs. W. carrying out M. Taylor for annexation I.iiil everyone's rcsponsi- Fund and the Scoiiliiif program. bility." he said. i "Scouting becomes impossible Botii Ihc advanc- and the bus- II L T-r S wilhom th" uf thousands of iness and professional gifts m- uifciiH.i> ap- lu, as proof visions have begun their cam- of the success of the program, paigns he emoted a noted judge as Al a.m. Wedncsdav at Ihc pt'Ulion was a ,ht! nance scntation of for the annexation. Hill Krnilrii-k nienilK'rs tit (he and Itanch Club to h< of the change of me from Wednesday, (o Nov Mr. and Airs, .loliiiny Salute to United Fund a ftfilli nnni- vci'Hnry Monday .Mr. ;iml Aiiu'i'ican Ixccl C.ross tavern. Jinle temperature change. Koe Ilicir cases Monday night to etui (A Parlicipating Agency) lorloo, Iowa, where they are a vacation and pheasant lu Mr. mill Mrs. K, II. Kickcn- ilnhl Sr. observing their wedding iinniversiiry today in thai local mcrchauls give cm-1.Inly 'M, luiiil, nil ployes parlicipaling in Vet- Iwiee wilh a revolver I i flay C'ily, said he did not see ing several feet away. give Whitcheatl u knife.j Salajar said he went lor Taylor said lie had come al p.m. and a high al tuvern from a lav erans Day events the receiving numerous pocket lime off, accordirig to Ki'nlknife wounds, ____ N'alhan, clinirmmi of the conn-! IV. Paul Ohort, pnlhologisl; Dick Mulligan showing a good cil. 'from Victoria, testified Salnr- 1 OUliy H________ sense of humor hut ciui'sliuningi llusiiu'ssi's will rcnuiin open, day (hut the fatal cut was one .some Iricnds1 tasle in radio lis-i The Victoria Veterans Cmia-'inflicted on Kosalcs' neck, mini! renders met letihtg l''i auci.s ObMa cil is planning memorial sctT- uhcrc a large artery was eul. cadi ttlhcr in Ihr slrect. husy prenaring for n ilccr hunt icrs ami a In mark Ihc A large par! of Ihc testimony one: "Vou'rc Iccling hj llio Hill Coijjiljy, Uiu'tial day. .Monday was aimed nf nj-oviiio1 llllls to pistol after being hit. He Haromelric pressure Tuesday. i he turned and shot at Sunon'lcvol' ''01'' [fosales, Ilieii whirled around am! shot ul Pete Mosaics. Wnhu'sday. znr said Pelr llosnles ami Kxtmno.-: this date: Low- lories were a few fcvl aparl at high ill in the tune. Karlier lestimony revealed run iiihiiin.iiinii -MUA on ti.ii.< (Si'C TI1IAL, !M8c 10) Chainnaii of thp Board: Henry L. DeFord l.tical Director: Mrs. Maude Harrison What it Docs- When disaster strikes, the American Cross is usually the first to arrive in Ihc area with food, clothing, shelter, medicines and supplies to meet almost any emergency, lied Cross has special programs for servicemen, for those who want lo learn lo swim, or learn first aid. and others. TVjilativo allucalioi, fruni IT next year: Our Mnny
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