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Advocate (Newspaper) - November 13, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 189 Diaz Ordaz, LBJ Swap Abrazos Peace .'Kcijms On Pedeniales JOHNSON CITY, Tex. With a warm welcome under I a warm Indian sunimar sun, the President of the United States embraced the president-elect of Mexico Thursday at a gala, get- acquainted, get-together. The stage for Ihis first meet- ing of President and Mrs. John- son ami President-elect andi Mrs. Gustavo Diaz Ordaz wasi the LBJ Hmich in the rolling hills along the Pedernales Riv- er. Setting A gay setting it was, to match j a spirit of quick, friendly conli-, alily that appeared as soon as (lie visitors from below the bor-J iler stepped down the ramp of that the crowd does not1 M0.miajn rmsiii football game will number 23 get oiil of control and that ?ni1 plus. Then there will be at least swept clean. Entire of flimsy bamboo huts iwilh lhalched roofs were ,___............. should be taken (six officers from the Slate De- enforce orderly conduct. a trace. to iVin possession DcfP'le. a massive airlift of beverages on school thn, area UllU bc' and violators must lake tbe ln lhc whcn S nu u pear before Disl. .bulge .loc Kol In the hemispheric field, pTiday to seek dismissal of will cmnc up for Mexico is the only American, it js alleged that Hie state has (Srr AlUtAXOS, Page insufficient evidence to .secure a conviction in addition to Ibe claim Ihal ire Times When The News Goes lo Doas o is not an issue on table that is blocking selllen at one location that has not agreed lo by Ford Motor Co. al another Bannon said the a Slu.OOO stock Usually, the home school has Viet Nam, the war in the North 'dividend and by the same of Ihe iasl 10 minutes oi the continuing. Near the coasl- Ihc case has never rnic lo trial Meanwhile, Disl, Ally. Wiley Cheatham has filed an answer NEW VOHK (AP) A Incly would afford them the A to the motion in which lie con-wilh m sici( irl al, affection and kindness they re-1 Earllc1' torcl tcrmcd atl lhc against whcrc fmlrp KJck or wclljceived during her life." But heivilrimls strlkcs unnecessary. Two Victoria UF Units management comment on i1 rt'i O t Ixeport Gilts oi Two divisions of the VictoriaIsaid they were founded on the Fund reporledjideas: "We are our brothers al city of Quang Ngai Tuesday, a large Viet Cong unit fought a heavy engagement with local security forces, apparently Irving to seize food supplies and silence government artillery. Despite Viet Cong sniping. I U.S. helicopters were dropping trice supplies in some areas to i.n-c are permissible; a dog who may'added t) (lngs, Mrs. ICdna Pope of yard line for Clamc, Saturday l.eslrr Stout in Houston at Veteran's for a check-up A. II. Hod-' dp recuperating nl borne and doing nicely after recent sur- gery in Snn Anlonio Mrs. Clifford (illbcrl, formerly of Victoria, in town for a visit en route to a Sweet Adeline's re- gional evcnl al Clear Lake er.s Oaks, Calif., has'lost a fifiht hls Shepherd dog for a zoning change thai convicted sheep-killer, allow her lo keep 10 dogs execution. He had only Auditors (lily Hooks Study Auditors from Poo and Spill- ors Thursday completed their to have lo Itmk for a new place stead of (he present legal limit of four. Mrs. Pope said she was going Man: llfrnlinnt deciding that' study of Vicloria cily books and, to lire, and di there is nothing like a to San Antonio where "inch because sh idn't too served one week. Gov. Harrison announced Monday thai Kicky bad been destroyed. Hut I.aing's lawyer said mys- i leriously Tluirsday that "a aclivily in tlio country to gi've the" niiiiiiaT repnrli williie ooirT-! her neigiihors ami their Ta- a person a Rood appetite piled. 1 plaining about her dogs' howl- ya l.mils Kolle Tom Land slop-; ThniiBli the written rcporl is ii'U- He'seemed In cast doubt Ihal ping .1 sidnwnlk coiivcrsnlion In not expected before DeeomlifM-i A.skcd if she intended In it was Tllf; dog named Ilickv vi.sil with friends Mr. anil or .Innnnrv, city officials wore ncal Hit- ruling by Ibe zoning The Hritish doas were called Mrs. Hudy Malurhn happy andiinlormeil Ihiil Ihe audil Ihis 'board, Mrs. Pope replied: "Why jn [JiTckingliiimshire year was "strictly routine" audjwnslc my energy1.' I need il a mountain lion was'seen that the city hud qualified for take care ot my dogs." ;in stoko Poges churchyard excited and heading to deer camp. The ttcv. .1. M. ler nnd the. Trinity Lutheran Church lU'llini; nnlional atten- the fifth consecutive year lo re- tain its (Vrtlficnle of Conform- nncc issued by the Municipal Officers Association of lion In a Lutheran llrnthcrhnoil rmrcllng llcntrlcc I'liires noting that (ho Joinl meeting of the Calbulic War Vclcrnns and lhc CWV Auxiliary fin- liuiiglit has hceit ('iiuiidii whose fiscal control prr iH'lil ni'Xl Thni'Mlny fl p.m.Vcdmcs mrrl wilh at Ihe Post Home, [minimum stiiiulnids. Iti Piltsbui'gh, a judge which Thoiuns Gray Ihe two Irish sellers, llricklaud wrole his famous elegy. and Sunny liurch, by throwing! The mountain lion, which is level: 20.07. mil a clause in Hie will of lo North nnd South Sunset America. M, bul not lo Die llrilish The iTi'lllicaU' is awarded In ing that they ln> destniycd alter Isles, also has been seen in in Iho United Stairs imilhcr death. three other Iftigllsli counlios. Tin1 judgi1 snid Miss Capi'rs The dogs, al last had feared the finiiul [ilenly of niiitiiitnitt tirlcvc (or her or lluit mi'pnw prints but no cut. Clear to partly cloudy and mild Friday through Salurday. Showers over 20 per cenl of the nrea Saturday. Variable winds below 10 m.p.h. tem- peratures: High 78; low 58. South Central Texas: Clear to partly cloudy and mild Friday mid -Saturday wilh a few show- ers in east and Saturday. High Friday Vl-frl.' Temperatures Thursday: High (17; low fill. Tides (Poll l.avaca Port O'Connor Low al Friday and another al Saturday with highs nl I2.--I9 and a.m. Snturdjiy. Barometric pressure at sea Friday. Sunrise Saturday. Wealhcr extremes for this late: Low !12 in 1007. till I and Itwz: higli tw in t'.ra. week, il has collected .slightly over The business and professional division, which has been work- ing a week on ils drive to col-, lect is now IS per cent complete with a total of The figure was reported by Ted Ueed, division chairman, who urged his workers to he posi- tive and proud in their efforts to bring in the remaining 81 per cent needed to make the divi- sion's efforts a success. The advance gifts report was brought by Benny Albrechl, sec- tion e h n i r m a n representing Charles Scoll Hanley, chairman. Roland Timberlakc, United Fund president, told the cam- paign workers that mo.sl of tho 18 agencies connected with the local United Fund have roots that go far back into history, lie Today's Ginrkle I It tiin Itif IViclntll H S Weilnet on In niitomrlrlsl's ilnw: "If you don't MM' yun wnnl, ymi'vr i-imi the Scdule lo Untied Fund Damon Knityon Memorial Fund (A ParlicipaJing Agency) U'h.'it il Doc.s, This fund provides finances lor .scientific research to determine the cause, control nnd cure of cnn- cer. All money received from United Fund donations goes directly research wilh administrative costs paid from a separate fund donated by private individuals for that pur- pose. One
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