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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 2, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 148 TELEPHONE III 5-14SI VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, 1964 established 1816 14 Cents Hilda Hurls 150-MPH Fury At Louisiana, Texas Coast Congress Balks Over Lost Motion Pressure On FIVE SCHOOL FACILITIES Thousands Hurricane Shelters Designated Flee Before By TOM K. WfE ___ Advocate Slaff Writer !by members" of" the" American Victoria American lied Cross Legion. Chapter, in conjunction with Victoria College Gymnasium, jand Gymnasium lo be manned lake the expected northward damage in Ihe city of Victoria nv i until nor A fit J In addition to the preliminui'v tllc lhrec from Sept. 9, IOBI, until Tuesday morning, Scpl. 12, when refu- Huge S lor m 12 to lo-Fool s T be f0'- S, 10 DC public school and Civil Defense for out-of-town evacuees r r s ar a sea' ARC dl5BStcr rctlofiaild basi RATTL'RED grabbed an estimated SG75 in cash and checks and an undetermined amount of narcotics Wednesday night after forcing this sale open at Killer's Pharmacy, K. Red River St. Local police and sheriffs' officers along with area officers were looking Thursday Tor the burglars. (Advocate Photo) Burglars Get Dru jiti iiui-nciim 10 nun norimvard moving nunscnoia ilinv rmmrf nnicirir, uiu Louisiana ami Texas Howard the middle eoasl of Port O'Con- M ev nH C0ilsls- jy will be-; Louisiana. But the oilier such areas if (hat Port O'Connor wisOR nei- warning flags flew Hurricane Bureau nevertheless had posted evacuation becomes necessary. ccnt .ls wcro such from lhe raouth of lhc M'ssissip- hurricane watch on the en- This was the base for emer- other coastal 'mints Pnri ".'vei' westward lo lhe Texas .measures stranded until after the election or until ne.xl year. The House, all of whose seats, iiuusl be filled in the Nov. voting, underscored its burninginiirii hurl icn desire logo home by refusing   storm could hit alony ilay.s ago. t-aiisms an estimated tics were heavily damaccd ,r'1 or i coast if it does not S10 million dollars worth of (Sec SllUL'I'KIlS PIIL'C 7) milcs soutli-soulhwesl of illinium uriiirii -..............--------------......__............................... [New Orleans at 10 p.m., Centn ,bills. If voted ltU-158 against a pro- 'posal lo grant such a 10-day' extension, similar to those which usually are routinely aciiuoi uic il it does not million dollms worth of (Sec. SllUL'I'KIlS, Page 7) Small Firms voarITT 1. I I i yeariTT 1, I I j starts without, new appropria-j JHlflltCCl 13V A fj dtlG IT JJf) t lift I fl D al Orcleri siiung ;f (Ap> _ ----......_ ._ p.m., Central Time moved to the northwest at fi m.p.h. 50 Miles East The New Orleans Weather Bureau said Hilda had (he po- 12 to Ily J.U1KS SIMONS Advocate Staff Writer practical effect of Ihe But il serves to point up lhe government moved with deadly winds Louisiana's .'i -.iv. i v. vi I l "li i 1i IIVIII LO. I U'llc by the hundreds Thursday nicht Ihey were arriving at 'hastily ifl precision Thursday per hour swirled near- pni irnmrr f'nn-kni. h- 'lining a Tafl-llarlley the Cult Coast slutc nolico n-i anrt n wirio suite pome, ,ik'i led miivi, ui nieniDcrs c Local and area law store, arrived to fill aii'swjfi adiot' Taft-Hartley law were disposed! Tentative Contract Let ed tworieane Audrey in 10S7. including Uemoral and[ The chances seem of and U.S. Dist. Judge Freder schools in Beaumont and out in es sm yeggs made (heir strike codeine. They said a targcrmounling (hat a break intmu ujuji i IJLV atuu u uiiyci nutiinung inai a urcaK in I between and p.m.lamounl might have been taken (session will come after fit .......---------------------pending cpniplelion of an in-laction on the S3.25-billion fi Candidate's Due Rally ick Bryan ordered the dockers back to work. ..1. ui- ..i.nv.i MU A spoKcsniDD for (lie slriJvinc vcntory of stock, It) addition, cign aid appropriation and a SI-AFL-CIO International Long- was inflicted. billion supplemental money Association, said: Jin a litlle over a month involv- 'ii'B a safe job at a Victoria Victoria County Republicans store. On Aug. 24, Hard- will parade their and Parker Drug Store No. ers for stale office before the 2. 2ROfi N- Navarro St. was local electorate Friday, begin- struck by yeggs who took nifiS at L'r.'iO p.m. in" DeLeon cash S100 in narcotics. mid-September, the slier- damage The break-ins was the scronri covering added requirements of "Whatever the courts tell iis (o By GBRA for Barrie INirt Arthur lo house persons evacuated from Cameron Par- ish, Louisiana, hard hit by Hur- ricane Audrey 1857. Further ciisl, all .Wrosidrnis of Pecan Island scurried lo safety, as did Ihc Lion inhabi- tants of Inlracoaslul Cily. Most agencies. But it is not at clear vhelher such a break would take the form of sine die ad- journment which would pul off all further action until the i Congress meets in January whether it might come do we'll do. We're not striking against the government, we're striking against the companies." Return Friday A return to piers from Maine Officials of Die Harris County of the 11.500 residents of Crawl Cross d isaslc r service i Isle .southernmost town in iim L i IUU OIllTI V> U13LI1UI U, JlllgUI, IJUJIIU dS O. department announced thclrecess until after the elections Plaza, with eight candidates The slate includes all candi-'ilm'st "f of "lrcc a course backed by some dales for slate offices except c'larged wilh committing lhe administration leaders. Cleorge Bush, GOP nominee for burglary. The other two arc; Little Kffecl U.S. Senator, ami Bill al lui'ge. A sizable amount1 Chairman George H. Mahon, n o m i n c e for congrcssman-al- "le were recovered D-Tex., of the House Appropria- large, and will be headed by following a raid on a Committee, lold newsmen Jack Crithton of FJallas. the'apai'tmcnt that.......... eandidntc for governor rests. After the rally in DeLeon Plaza lhe candidates will r.iect lloor local campaign workers in a '.'oc cl1 vvlll) special reception at Trinity Kpis-; llavc a. copal Church Parish Auditorium. The rally itself will be held llnsuc lhe auditorium in case of in-' Clt5' I'-'lrolman clemenl weather. lo P'ers irom niainc LUIIU.ICI 101 ninv represents a maximum memners ol tlie nalio i" Texas was expected to gel lllc salt water barrier near the depth of about 75 feel in st- "'under way Friday, as soon as of llle Guadalupc Thurs- (hough the dam still towers i''ivcl1 to aid in arrani "'ork gangs be a.n'i "'sciissed plans for a more than 175 feet above the' Some residents alon: rnniiirf'rl n..li..n I i Kt ea K In no i...... T------- f___. work gangs could be givcni uist'iisico pians lor a more than 175 Ihc required advance nplice ceremony lo be present surface. have ar ingemenls. Ihe up- Texas Coast stowed tnov- five feet threatened escape roads. Evacuation at Cameron was reported 9i) per cent cffrcluc report for duty. The strike waslllel( ln conjunction with their Water is being released from eciummcnt. Some were nightfall. AP Correspondent so brief lhal liltle or no lnonthiy, meeting. the dam at a rate sufficient loieetting ready to leave al a 'Com Johnson drove into lhe had a chance lo pile up. maintain a normal flow of the' moments notice. U was the sixth time since mec of .ihc Cuadalupc and to hold hv-i The Air Force K.y e- on the dour itself. Most of the money (See liUHOL.MIS. 'l'agc 7) iover-65s faded further Thursday President Johnson '-hen thc House-Senate confe (.See CONGHKSS, Page 7) V llc-nde Sluinfull off to Dallas for a lioat .Show Mrs. Jim- my l.nla considering flats Y UlUA-JAC and enough excHc- mrnl for one day and son. Dennis Jiinns marking his 17lh birlbdiiy today and .Mrs. Scgcr observing a birthday today Mrs. Jcssi' liich.-trclsoii especially kind to mothers who have to put posters Winslnn nnd NixiK' The Texas Highway Commis-' Marling of Victoria, mainlcn- Zirjiicks postcardiug in Austin Thursday order-ance-conslruclion foreman, and Switzerland that they are hav- ed Dislrict Engineer II. C. A. King, supervising engi- Victoria office. include Ihe follow- Firs I for o Johnson, for like when il is finally was re-'wher, the House-Senate confcr-jfirsl time since he entered the House, invoked the Tafl-', nnw Hie Hartley law Wednesday night arn only seven per ibiit loo late to head off Istrike, which began with lhe' jmidniglil e.vpiralion of the ILA'si lold labor contract. I However, making up (or losl ilimc, a three-man presidential board of inquiry look only a .N'n woniloi- lhe number (if iicclilcnts in lhe home is ris- ing: people arcn'l riuiiigh (imc (here lu li-ain their way arinuiil. (possible in the area of hurricane said no large ships have thc bureau said -Iconic up Ihe river for safety, j Wind-whipped high tides, j Joe Parsley, managing editor'.churned up tiv the hurricane' thc Orange Leader, said he i may flood coastal roads suon' expected high school football bureau said, i Ramos lo be cancelled if Hilda' The advisory' added- "Low- (.Sec HILDA. Page 7) Houston Work Plans Ordered matter of hours during Ihe day [to confer wilh ILA and shipping officials. IrllKI lllrtl Llivy UI O uj.lll LUL II. VC'a-.lt. ing a wonderful lime Tmn'zcy and Victoria Resident En-jnccr of the Vii and Pal Knlle writing liomeiginecr A. King lo begin Work will in from Iowa, to his par-ipreliminary plans for dcvelop-iing projects cnts, the ICInier Holies, that U. S. Highway 59 as a. Eight miles of U. S. 77 from WEATHER Cloudy to partly cloudy and; nild Friday pheasant hunting will be jusllrmilli-lanc expressway from Vie-111.2 "miles norlh oT U.' S.' right soon Phyllis Biickfrtitpria to lhe Jackson B82, seal coal costing Friday night and" o on an- ne n an aroa soutwcsl of icl expressing wonder at t h esover-all program lo build amVicloria, seal coal costing longivily of some people's an- expressway tomobile equipment Hot, lirown.syillc. c t U. S. 87 for a distance of 4.2 Saturday day. North to northeast winds to 25 m.p.h., gusty in vicinity thundcrshowers. Expeeltd temperatures: High 81, Central Texas: Partly, to cloudy Friday andi with showers and o aturay wll shower, an .Simultaneously, Vcazey an- miles from Placctlo southeast! ihundcrshowcrs over norlheas .unced i Granger passing along bit of humor to make the day bright- er Hob Cierrard admiring m un-uonai suriacc costing S16....... suuwurs mm mun a sporls car and gelling warm '.er the stales Safely and Bet- IT. S. 59 for a distance of 8.7idcrshowcrs High Friday 7fl.R8 greetings from former have been from (Joliad Counly linei Thursday ternneralures- neighbors Hotly UFOVoH -Oi- !f'li5 'In o nt n o i-, i __ nr.unced projccls uncrsowcrs over norleas in Yoakum that five to Calhoun County line, adcli- Friday nifiW ami Saturday m Counly un- lional surface costing Elsewhere showers and students of thc col- lege dance lonight from 8 lo 11 Jacks in lhe midst of a dramatic moment on Red Riv piovcd for The proposed engineering studies on Highway 50 includes an order for the preparation of right-of-way deeds, extending to .2 of a mile west of U. S. 77, 77, low 67 additional surface costing Tides (Port Lavaca Porli O'Connor Lows at U. S. 59 for a distance of nine a.m. and p.m.; highs at r i t ii niX' u. in.   Dr. Naquin introduced the speaker. (Advocalc Photo) (Scr, COAST, Page 7) SAMPLES Executives Advised To Seek Happy Life Hy MAHII.YM H'AIDA mentals of life with accounts Advortilr Women's Kdilor of experiences in his denial A positive look al life in lhe office and his travels. United States spiced with satiri- On Ihc nalional seene he i'd stories on people, Ihcir ills suggested lhal the country will and Ihc basic fundamentals of survive if each American rca- living were presented to lizcs his responsibility as an members of Hie K.xeciiJive's individual. He continued that Dinner Club Thursday at the "If Ihe United .States does go Sun Valley Country Club by down the drain, il will he be- i Dr. Charles W. Jarvis of San cause of lhe five words j Marcos. in it for me." I Dr. Jarvis spoke on "Pre- The lecturer stressed the jScription for the Ilappj Life" importance of money, but and displayed his talent for quipped that "How you got il making his audience ''lei down and bow you use it may de- j their hair" in laughter all dur- tcrminc where you go'.'" ing the evening as he barraged On a serious note, he stress- them with one funny story ed the importance of today, [after another ranging from enjoying each moment arid "old wife" tales to experiences added there is no guarantee jhe had as a brush salesman that llierc will be n tomorrow, while in dental school. He entwined philosophical The humorist is a dentist, an notes such as using lime to the elder in the First Christian; (cr., Church of San .Marcos, a mcr Navy carrier pilot, a grad- liYIII'V uale of lhc Naval Academy and I Pi U I'j (he University of Texas of Dentistry. In his 110th talk ..........i i of his third speaking season, Dr. Jarvis began weaving to- .'.'.'.i'li'-n gcthcr threads of the   

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