Advocate, December 2, 1964

Advocate

December 02, 1964

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Issue date: Wednesday, December 2, 1964

Pages available: 34

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Advocate (Newspaper) - December 2, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 209 TELEPHONE- HI f-14ll VICTORIA, TEXAS; WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1964 34 Cents ILN. Opens With Big 4 Agreement Fight Avoided! By U. S., Russia UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) The U.N. General Assembly launched its fall session Tuesday Bfter the Big Four powers agreed in dramatic down-to-the deadline negotiations to head off a U.S.-Soviet collision over peacekeeping assessments. Tension eased in the big blue and gold Assembly hall as Sec- retary General U Thanl an- nounced that in consultation with him a formula had been devised to permit the world'or- ganization to proceed with non controversial business. He said he undertook itegolia lions "for the sole purpose oi avoiding a confrontation." Paved Way The agreemcnl payed the way for more U.S.-Soviet negotia tios on basic issues involved in (he U.N.' financial crisis. The next round will take plac Wednesday when U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk meets again with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gfbmyko. Quickly the Assembly name each other in the end of the year. Included in the brochure is the their particular lines and arriv work which the SUte Highway at whether they will follow suit Department will do, at a cost he asked, of some .w'U supplement the city's own bond work. This includes the exten- sion of Navarro Street as a ma- jor thoroughfare and lire im- provements to be made on the Laurent-Calhoun system. cause of their individual com pany policies, he explained, bu those who can make the de cision themselves have voicec an inclination to lake the doub! holiday. teele's court after County Ally. D. Hall accepted a complaint igned by Highway Patrolman red Clements. Examining Trial An examining trial was sched- led for 9 a.m. Wednesday in Cuero Calls Bond Vote On Schools Advocate News Service CUERO The Cuero School Board has called a school bond election for Dec. 12. If the bond issue is approved by voters, 38 new classrooms will be constructed and 35 ex- isting classrooms will be reno- vated. New classrooms will be built where needed. The December election will be held about three months after the last school bond election. Last September, voters defeat- ed a proposed bond is- teele's court. SUgup( Marvin Kirkman Galyan, whose wife resides at (jle Dec. 12 election was called after the school board had re- ceived a petition signed by 28 persons. The board voted un- animously to call the election. Voting will be held at the Jun- ior High School from 8 a.m. un- til 7 p.m. Walter Pieper will be election judge. Mrs. Bernard Lempa and Eddie Brown will serve clerks. Kirkman said school district main in effect. These permit policies students, with the aid and consent of their parents, to choose the campus at which they wish to attend school. SPEED URGED Mail Volume Record Expected for Christmas A record volume of mail for Ihe Christmas season, and for to be delivered on lime. the year of 1964, was predicted Tuesday by Postmaster Paul Berthelot.. "It's an easy he said, "because mail volume has Keen rising at a rate n( nearly Ihree "per cent a year for the sast several years. This is par- ticularly evident during the Christmas season." The increase for this year is expected to be even higher, Berthelot said, estimating .that it possible for the.holiday mail 'Imagine what il would be like if we had to handle all of the .holiday mails in'the last week" before Christmas 1" He suggested Saturday as Uie deadline for mailing but of town packages. "Don't worry about Christmai parcels being delivered too ear- he cautioned. "Just mark 'Don't Open Until Christmas' en Ihe front.'" He noted that when parking a it may hit eight per cent. The.____. Victoria Post Office expects to' i a v c moved approximately! three million pieces of mail by (See MAIL, Page I) Ten per cent of this1 total will be bandied in a period of less than three weeks r.s Christ- Some firms cannot close be- mas approaches, Berthelot com men ted. "Without the assistance of the public, we would be In a he said. "People who shop ear- ly and gel their cards and par- cels Into the mails early make Of) SHOPPING DAYS LtlllU I ;

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