Thanks to all with your comments in various posts on the subject of power brakes. I had the drums turned, installed new Raybestos shoes, honed the wheel cylinders, installed various new springs, etc. at the wheels and still had absolutely no brakes. I mean nothing. Pressing the brake pedal had no effect on the T'all's movement. Just before I received Van's request for another test I had started to swap the booster and master cylinder from my parts truck. Finished that chore and tried it out in my driveway. I have brakes. Took it out on the street and it stops just like it should. I need to check the adjusters. Dollars to donuts I've got some rights and lefts reversed. Also need to do a little more bleeding. Bleeding the front brakes on the torsion bar front suspension is a real pain. I have to use a deep socket with a long extension. Have a an ell shaped wrench with box ends made especially for bleeding brakes, I just can't find it.
Thanks again. Now I can get back to the load clattering noise which is still there after I put in new lifters. This noise is louder when I have my noggin under the pan. I think its time to pull the pan.