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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 3, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                Victoria.....27 Spring Brunch 3 Cuero.......27 New lir'ufels 24 Tidehavcn 20 St. Joseph Bishop Forest 45 UlooiuiugloJi 0 j Miller HO Industrial 0 15 Yorktowu Goliad i :i JO Lee Uay 11 Ganado.....13 Needville___ 6 Sinton 34 Kanies Cily I) THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119lh 149 Medicare, Appalachia Bills Dead Congressmen Close Shop TELEPHONB: HI 5-nsi VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964 Established MS 12 Cents Massive Hilda Bends Toward New Orleans WASHINGTON (AP) The congressional adjournment dam burst Friday and subnierged chances for 1DGJ action on health care for the elderly and a Si-billion revival program for Appaiaclu'a. Bui at least one of these two prime aclministralion objectives is expected to bob lo the surface as an issue in thc Nov. ,'i elec- tion. Although Ihc decision lo quit was taken, the formality of sine die adjournment was' put off until Saturday after the House had acted on Die final ap piopriations bill of the session. The delay was decided on so one last effort could be made to reach a compromise on a bill! increasing vclorans' pensions. This has passed both chambers, in different forms but contcices were unable to agree Fridaj on' a compromise. The members' basic urge- toj gel riding quickly in lhe big] vote roundup set in motion ai swift wimlup of inore-or-less noncontrovcrsiol business. And Uiis opened Ihc way for ending a historic session which lasted nearly 10 months and gave. President Johnson about 80 peri cent of the wide-ranging legisla-! live program which forms Die foundation for his bid for a con- tinued White House lease. A deadlock in the Senate- House conference on a bill rais- ing Social Security retirement payments by S5 to ?7 a month! blocked House action on a Sen-! a'e amemlmenl calling for a! I he C.oldwalcf bpccial, IcyUinng eight. Republican; svslem of health care for Texas public offices, rolled into East Texas Readiness Continued All oi' Coast Under Walch 'Ghost Towns' Remain Wind Still VT71 As Lotvlanders Flee Hilda (AP) FRANKLIN, La. Hour after hour, mile mile, thousands of aulos crawled out of tho coastal low- after The sight of evacuating mo- were three children and two torists was almost unbelievable, [grandchildren. Al limes, bumper to bumper, 'That water's coining said Hobichaux. "We're going lo' Sock. Ground Higher By THE ASSOCIATED 1'IU.SS Upper Texas coastal resi-j ORLEANS (AP) GOl' Top campaigners abnsrd the Golclwalcr Special which came to Victoria Friday were Jack Criehlon, center, candidate for governor, Hoi-act: Houston, bottom, candidate for lieutenant governor, and Don Flanagan, (lie COP nominee for railroad commissioner. Five other state candidates were aboard the special bus making a three-day sweep through South Texas. lands Friday, running vehicles shoved out of tho Bunkic or Alexandria, anywhere Hurricane Hilda's region in a giganticjup north." 'winds. 'trek perhaps lhe grontcstl His son, Russell, M, said: Here in the heartland of in Louisiana this century. doing wballhc Hilda turned its cents continued prcpara ions French Cajun country in south-; hicliw-w is i fvlics adv'isc' bclicvo this cxoclus al miles an hour to- Fnday for Hurricane HiUlaiCrn Louisiana, stretched along f ti-! iwils slin'cti hy Ihc memory of, sprawling Mow Orleans ,cscn though thc huge Old Spanish (rail, you find .piiJ. Audrey." hale Friilav night, and red and i ,nmed toward (he swanipy Lou-cluster of ghosl lowns. Uoulripm I miishivi Louisianatis needed no remin-black hurricane flags were iisiaiia coast be I ween Lake The trail is called U.S. SO ;der of the tragedy eastward (o Mobile Bay Charles and New Orleans. _ H between New Orleans; ln alter town, almost. wrought. jn I1K7, when; The Weather Bureau said the While the Uireal of Hilda's Texas eased, Texas except (or atilhori and Beaumonl, Tex. The lii. ......._ ......a.......................j between Die ghost towns is -lml ;l fcw hardly souls, Ihc sottlod Cameron Parish to thf Mnore than fiOO died in thinly massive hurricane, churning GOP Candidates Rap LBJ Control -i ......i, ,in. through the boiling Gulf o[ Mex- with thousands of acres of of missing people, be ,icn (ho harvested sugar cane, mal" streets, tliei The residents hacked Louisiana coastal lands be- Iho storm's fury. ;absence of even stray pets, northward, too, in HHilltween Morgan Cilv and Grand Sheriff Chester Baudoin said 'he magnitude of Hurricane Carla pushed before noon Saturday train of 2-1 boxcars took 'high-rising tides. The marshy area between LBJ Plans elderly under the Social Securi- The Senate conferees refused bine Pass in anticipation fierce winds and rising waters Schools were closed. Many oil and chemical plants in multi-million dollar Beaumont- Port Arthur Orange triangle; considered shutting down. Showers, Squalls Widely scattered showers and tmdcrslonns and a few squalls] Plaxa Friday afternoon while local Headquarters across Die street serenaded the crowd "fjnccled lo increase (o 3 to 5 feet! approximately 100 persons with ''Hello Lyndon" via lo drop the rider, thc conferees refused (o accept it; Democrats turned olT their speaker, however, m r. the rcsullmg thc crow, ,0 ,lea, wcre issued for Gal- WASHINGTON (AP) Presi of Dallas, vcstoi) lo lhe Louisiana border.'lent, ohiison promised 1'riday 1 Many residents of low areas lo call a White House confcr- ;worked through Thursday night once on peace In 10B5 ii tics j loading trailers with boats andiOleclcd. (belongings from beach "You can't be a statesman clearing Hie area of everythingjunlcss you got Jobn- cans, lold several hundred gov- boxes, lawn furniliire, officials and private and lashing down and taping up'cuizcns who walehed him sign Clnlf coast residents prepared to meet any backlash from tbe storm with e m p I y houses, boarded up windows and de- serted towns. Residents began leaving Sa-ipcrsons mlt of ami] Mr. linu Cyril Hob-' liul Carla saved its Sunday Morgan Cily and Grand Isle is headed for Lafayette. He said ajichiurx, Berwick, chugged up in punch for Texas. Ijusl southwest of this hclow-sca- GQ-car train was dispatched'lheir old car to a traffic light; The motoring refugees contin-level city, the nation's stolid wJI from New Orleans to collect any; and passed near New in an almost unbroken line largest port in tonnage shipped. needing transportation, ilieiiding northwest. With them all the way up last Lafayette. actions ami killed tlie whole recriminations started immedi-! ately. Major closing-hours included: passage and dis- palch lo the While House of a ?1.8-billion bill extending the Defense Education Acl unli! June 30, 10158, and broadeninsr its scope to cover aid for lha teaching jecls. of nonscienlific sub- Tliis measure also extends fov for governor, say needs a governor llial "Texas who is nol dominated by lhc President of (he United States." Specifically, Criehlon. said Texas badly needs a governor' I. who will do sumelhing about TT IHU.J oil production, which he said 0'JJ If5 i i o Oil I OClll "Mpcclei .'iaiFriday niglil. A hurricane watch posted j in for all thc Texas coast. Gale! .warnings were issued for Gal- vcstoii lo lhe Louisiana border. On Peace has dropped six pe as over the pasl while Louisiana has increased -10 per a year the program of aid lol Hilling Ibe same theme, Don lo lhe White House mon- fled to higher ground. tbe group, said: school dhUrii.5'where of Richardson, candi- lirt physical c S Slmcn S fs or cd lhc HoUSC- .Postmaster Charlie end'next year K ai pS" 'this by a! a 11, do" HFil'st who is also disaster chairman white House conference lo rm.nl Thm-wlsv ami Mm ihinn -.iinni iiio nil ininm-i ilousc passed lhe S3.a-bi ion for the Keel Cross in the exp ore and thoroughly Senate a cepled I Friday mg e measure which Jacked up his posl office conceivable I t! u juiidj on a icm, nut is doing noiiunfe, lle sds overseas spending ceilings "c and avenue of coopora- Island and! On his lislen- (ers, wlio included a number of Hignlprnminenl Hepulilicans, to dedi- themselves to the cause of and peace. _______ But he said that if they ummib protester in Ibe iujvjCCi can (0: be labeled idealists, crackpots or worse Hum that by some people. Can't Dig Issues NKW YOltlC For- mer President Dwiglil Ki- snihnwcr said Friday he can mil "define llic issues" in the current presidential campaign. He called it "con- fusing." KiscnlKwer, willi Ills ivifc, Mamie, tuured the World s Fair in chilly, rainy weath- er and was greeted by oth- er visitors as warmly as if he were running for office. He tried to iivnid politics, liul flic Daily tVcivs report- ed that when jiir.s.secl liy re- liorlers as to whether lie thought President Johnson. Hen. finrry (iolilwater anil tljeir running males were gelling tin] personal, lie re- plied: "I don't t Ii i n g s wrung. It's con- fusing. I jnsl CHM'I ilofinc thc issues." Barry Calls For NATO Conclave I'KOIUA, III. (AP) Sen. Harry (loldwaler charged Fri- day, "There's so much dirt under the While House rug, il 'could qualify for the soil bank." Moving North Hilda at 10 p.m. was reported IH5 miles south-southwest of New Orleans moving north- ward al six miles an hour. The latest lucalion represent- ed a shift eastward of seven- tenths of a degree since noon, (liile warnings were extended eastward from Mobile lo Pana- ma City, T'la. Similar warnings were lowered, and a hvo- day hurricane watch ended along the entire Texas coast. Over residents of (lie Louisiana coastal marshland.; fled to higher ground during the liiois, I., lake prompt action elected president. FBI Chief Voices Fear Of 'Hysteria' be lowered along the (ense west coast of Louisiana early Satur- (day morning if Hilda conlinued Wo are convinced tho hu.n> h- i IB going to win.' he added, of nlorcb ,mm Ihc campaign so far is sai-l J Squall lines andloaming tides I he pres.dcntK.1 norm- _ nf lhc Inecs promise to call a conclave _ :of leaders of NAO nations Ule linc Imade here in the eighth Showers and .firm speech of a busy cl.iy Or- jslarled wilh an rcsidciKs to tape or hoard 'speech at Cairo. ,lp ilicir His remarks aboul "dirt dor (lie White Ifousc during a platform Champaign before a estimated at hy Chief Harvey .Shirley. Ik'cklinj! Students Director J. Edgar Hoover was --the Champaign rug" came southern edf! speech a small A tornado skipped through the crowd Police WASHINGTON FBI' i ii um Oil '10 Armstrong said the jskms whu five the ricii ........jihas hit al the calllc industry by (I..: Clattilicil f.rolL'ii'ord us that our program of American beef is il- legal." He did not elaborate. Gov. John Connally drew just lanout as many raps as Prcsi- jdenl Lyndon Johnson, if not more, from the touring Republi- cans, with John Trice, candi-, idate for attorney general, tell- in pomlmg ou t'jng tnc -we urc Class of Victoria (See AID, P iigc. II) Tlic futility nf riches lias been pointed out rcry plain- ly in places: the Bible and llic income: tax form. "Some may say you're soft or hard and don t know whal (See, LIU. Page jtiotcd I'Yiday deep concern that expressing "We don't crowd were University of Illi- hysterical ami go loo I lie Mob Rebellion Continues California University Junior-Senior Prom. Mrs, Claude Matthews planning lo be on hand at thc Trail Theatre Janice Ifonslni! that (he Junior Class nt victoria m-cachine High School will begin the November election BKUKKLEY. Calif. (AP) A funds, political recruitment, lo hear awl to express magazines subscriptions on Oct. -whether we arc iJnivcrsily of California campus; other banned campus aclivilies.iopinions than did any earlier 13 wmi prolils going toward the [o masters or slaves of ban on such activities as collect- the bans as alleged student generation. But, as in class annual sponsorship of the Washington Trice asserted ing money for civil rights work infringement of such rigiils as'all the affairs of men, M... HIP South sparked a Uiircl day frcwiom of .speech. must bo matched by "And I'll say this' yelling rid ol demonstrations Friday hy a "Freedom of tliougtil and lily if freedom is to survive." of LBJ and keeping Connally campus crowd of ahout expression has nol died at tlie; Thc weight of demonstrators in llic Milage_ nis be like Icav- Or. Clark Kcrr, president ol University of on lhe police car flat- ing the dirty diaper on the baby Die seven-campus University of Kcrr relorlcd in an eight-page j toned ils lires and made il look ,and changing the safely California, denounced il like thc loser in a collision, progress of Huincane Hilda ,Iorace Hoilslon, nmning a small minor-; 'Students have more oppor- 7he demonslra'iors, who used i IP11'' lcnts and hags to 1 J ll'jIV '-Keep an all-night vigil Thtirs- day, kept Weinberg fed. "The rules will not be' Once he addressed the crowd, changed in lhc face of mob a saying: "If I get carried away action." cooler Saturday ,c ,ake J; In the heart of Uic Northerly winds al 10 piacc 'Thc university can't the demonslralors Mill sur- 20 m-P-h- Expected Saturday ,lp to unjficd by thc rounded a campus police car !l'Kh s2- low 65-iSludents.- _ xnilllt T'nntral Tnvfic- 
                            

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