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San Antonio Express and News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1962, San Antonio, Texas V Oklahoma 6 Georgia Teoh 17 Florida 42 Arkansas 28 TCU 35 j Oregon 31 Trinity 24 7 6 1 Baylor 21 Texas Tech 13 i Rioe J2 McMurry 14 LSU Miami 17 3 Alabama 14 j Missouri 3 Kansas State 0 Tennessee 0 j Houston 3 Daily Have Washington 14 j Wisconsin 17 j Oregon 13 i Dame 8 Penn State 6 E NEWS By PAUL THOMPSON Those who laugh off Cox are the same ones who laughed off Don And no one izes this more acutely than Connally Catholic in Eagle Pass prevailed on Fred ge- maan to donate his ices as special prosecutor of three youths who a 14-year-old schoolgirl The case is set for next month Claus H. Methodist Ister appointed to Ihe city will have to decide soon whether to run for Ihe job next Can you remember the last time a clergyman faced voters here? Sheriff Owen Kilday died be- fore breaking old-time Sheriff John Tobin's record for number of years in Kilday would have completed hfs 22nd straight year on Dec. 31. Tobin held the job 22 full though not No. 5 in and Trade Area and SAN OCTOBER 14, 196Z 150 PAGES IN 13 SECTION FINAL Section A 20c Goodwill Mrs. Marjorie P. worked for will Industries five She was fired last Totally her last Job was running the braille PBX Mrs. who said Goodwill Industries gets United Fund plus liable goods Jn store and home or what she claimed were salaries to workers than to the most ol make only about 60 cents an A spokesman for the non- profit organization said Mrs. would not taka work to her and attempted to Authority where she had none Pentagon Confirms Weary Congress Adjourns Related Page i HERE'S KENNEDY'S SCORE IN CONGRESS i WASHINGTON Kennedy broke better than I even on what the tagged its bills during i the two sessions of the 87th Here's the i Extension and broadening of the reciprocal trade program Aid for depressed I Manpower retraining 1 Increased minimum wages and broadening of I Final Orders Issued Saturday ending Foreign aid continued and financed th over and I It was these recurring inter- j chamber that were in- strumental in making the final regular session of this longest since the Korean War year of 1951 when adjournment came Oct. 20. And the strained Federal for primary and secondary schools insurance for elderly financed by social Creation of new department of urban affairs and housing Clerk WIND TOPPLES of Campbell Education at fell in the high wind that swept the There wos no one in the Storm Kills 45 surrounding the much delayed gave little that the will be much eased when the Congress meets Jan. 9, The House opened the way adjournment Saturday bv majority of 236 Demands SWest Guard Wall iTo Ease Tension i i H 1L trill NEW when the House was UNITED NATIONS to produce a quorum of 218 A. the Soviet asserted It then pave voice passage international tensions could By JACK RAYMOND i 1962 NEW SERVICE i Man has decided to proceed with jils planned reorganization and i cutback of the Army i including the National I I despite powerful I in Congress and requests I A statutory Pentagon advisory I group on reserve policies has of ihe Although the i Guard and Reserve in the group adopted laWng issue with the Uhey were told that iwas i l Staff Committee I The group yras the so-called J Section Five This is the Army's general com- on National Guard i Reserve Ii has 21 j each representing the on a wide ranee of international I ihe Reserve and Ihe j Regular that time The which took He explains 10 national cleanliness Castro Close to Deal Congress will meet again lucre were reports of other if summoned into special tats but communications between nmv ami next i in many areas and you writes a1 NEW B on the basis of Thc final member of the popu v c. nn me ol medical gauges blew at forced bv quickly police were able to baby foods and 80 gel Hie River Walk assailants when Fidel Donovan Some clocked forces I along with their PROMINENT person was them close awaiting And I have this note from Mrs. W. L. 334 Moursund Blvd. I have been resident of this city less than three 1 came here from farther though south of the Mason-Dixon line a city of some where chickens are banned within the city and 1 was shocked to find that could keep chickens in this fair I they are soon banned as our door neighbor has about 1DO chickens that don't wake us up early in the morning they keep us awake all On receiving telephoned Mrs. Layman and asked if notified Hall of her she one there told me to file a In Corporation but I'm not going to fool with that it takes ton In other she once you get to litigating you could stay in the courts for City Crawford said he gels a surprising of and can advise the complainants that Antonio has no law Asked If such ft law were con- don't i think Chickens arc not R mi word miles and It satisfied no one on the terms for Donovan intends Ihe House yielded far for Cuban invasion up his interrupted Francisco and an almost less ground than the Senate in the j most optimistic afier fir the U.S. He left 170 miles an hour hour a new communication airport immediately for a the north Oregon Mt. Also included in the Saturday from Premier rally at New maneuvering the New York lawyer said He denied a report that he might Hie storm formed off three of nt Idlewild from the race with hit which had been pencil Jacob K. because Friday about Ihe WASHINGTON that West Bern was not div of the demands of the Cuban northward at 40 miles an The Senate later Adenauer and nan nf procedure with respect to tin Y 01 Guard will be To Meet a Union will take ic iPen tat to conclude a German Ready Summer dT of r's training rails for revamping four o reserve divisions inti infantry to receive new Donovan said ihe here from of the demands of the Cuban northward at 40 miles an committee ugh south of Donovan said ihe nations on his The winds were all 1 came tag Castro set on the mission to Cuba from the ocean at their population freedom was not a human Donovan all ihe way in ihe Sen. Wa re banned this does not mean I will 125 had 1 I horl i pan of the Kennedy will meet that 7 in a new effort to questions Wayne strategy on Berlin in ad- for Castro had agr from the What About Or to put il another enough voters are bothered chickens to force an juiciness it's consolation to said he with city attorneys nf both and and they have an law The problem of the slate U.S. im- issues fnr voters in all are in the Sunday THE MONROE DOCTRINE is nm ihe answer to ihe Cuban says noted historian Henry but there are three more accepted principles America can rely Don't miss on Page 1-G. on same John looks inm the possibilities of blockading the Red forces of Fidel Arc Americans ready In fight to get Ihe Reds out of The Gallup Poll turned up some revealing which are reported on Papc 15-C. AMERICA'S in the event of an outside attack gets a forthright analysis from Defense Secretary Robert McNamara in Safe is in This Week And an array of weapons thai could deadlier lhan atomic biological and ihe subject of a repon by science writer John on Page PROPOSED AMENDMENTS to Texas 14 nf will face you on Ihe Nov. fi election What would these proposals drP Be sure to read the full nn on Page 15-C. l lhc i. vrayne in ad- because if was the ofi Guard to had threatened to block of a conference be- East Germany has tinn on the main public Kennedy and Soviet In reply to a question Guard uniH money hill until the House that West German the amended supplemental Adenauer initialed plan be sent in West Berlin new indicated to newsmen talk with Kennedy ten days i noisier the Allied garrison federal accept the compromise and the White liouse said reports showed Pentagon Ihe public were th Ihe STih Congress complicate the situation its sessions covering the West German Foreign a Iwo years of the Kennedy will help pre- backed the President for Ihe Adenauer in international but next week with a mixed reception on Secretary of State Dean Rusk Secretary of Defense Robert Foremost among ihe S. victories was on Schoreder and Ad- Irade expansion seem certain in l most sweeping in its field in 30Jwlln Kennedy ihe manner in I years and regarded by many as which the predicted Berlin crisis the most important single As U.S. officials now Sec Page Peanut Honored y advanced by the Partly Warm Forecast ihe plan but this dently is not finally like Sunday uiH ho dull By R. 0. JORDAN This was the second Editor Connally in The month and a was shortly after he was meeting may be nn of named secretary of the a a Khrushchev visit to Nations in New York meeting may be an essential part has been staging a Peanut 18 years to honor position which he later to enr to enter gubernatorial Connally was king nf which adds more than i million annually to the Peanut Festival here and was for continued partly cloudy asked of Mr. and Mrs. Joe he forecast a In and was in the audience to hear addition to the Peanut Joe val it was also John credited being the Low temperature should Ihe in the with the y i going up to the Thei Outdoor Gardens Oil 1S-C 2-T, U-C TV Sports i in: ine rathe cautiously said there J lhe the Industry in so R of RJ nominee for year's festival 1 The vast which on the square tr HA and Alamo Piano S.
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