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Advocate (Newspaper) - October 4, 1964, Victoria, Texas Arkansas 29 TCU........ 6 Hice 24 W. Virginia 0 Michigan Si. 17 Soulhci'u Cal 7 Illinois 17 Northwestern 6 Mississippi Houston Ohio-Stale Indiana ,'M Georgia Tech 14 Clcinson 7 17 Texas Tech 16 Texas 12 Oklahoma St. 10 Missouri 7 SMU 14 Arlington Si. 0 Michigan 21 Navy....... 0 Oregon Stale 13 Baylor 6 Noire Dame 34 Purdue.....15 Texas 17 Army 6 N. Carolina St. 14 Maryland 13 Gross 30 Eagle Lake 8 THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 15 119th 150 TELEPHONE HI 3-JJ31 VICTORIA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1904 Established Pages Odds, Ends Done, Soloiis Disperse LBJ Urged To Reconvene Session For Appalaehia, Medicare Jssucs WASHINGTON (AP) A no- As the windup came the Pres- litically impatient Congress dis-; ident was urged lo do jusl thai, posed of some odds and ends! Sen. Jennings Randolph, D-W. Saturday, then closed shop andiVa., sent Johnson a telegram hustled off lo the hustings urging a poslcleclion silting to where its lengthy legislative'deal with a massive revival record will loom large in cam-; program for Appalaehia and paigu oratory. 'with health care for the aged- Adjournment' came in the1 two major administration proj- Scualc at p.m., and in the'eels left stranded by adourn- Ilouse at p.m. ttoth ad-'nient. journcd until Jan. which' .j.'jnal Session' means the stlth Congress hasj Jollnson look no cognizance of completed is record but the U is recalled in special session! i; by President Johnson. FBI Files Civil Rights Ch arges Sheril'l', Aide Are Arrested opening line of a statement! praising the legislators' accom-1 jplishments seemed to rule out a 'special session. "Today the flSth Congress of .the United States had its final it said. Johnson wont on lo say that ihe knows of no Congress "that !has done more for the nation." He said both chambers "put aside private interest and sec- tional interest to serve the en- tire nation." And he praised congressional leaders lor "sub- 'merging party difference in the j cause of building America and 'keeping the peace." Fast Jnh Regardless of issues, the arl-' journincnt only a month from.__ dav means that inem-i Hilda Rips Louisiana Mid-Coast Tornadoes Add lo Woo Elderly Woman Victim of Beating MERIDIAN, Miss. (AP) Tlic FBI, armed with civil rights warrants, arrested five Neshoba County men including Sheriff Price, on charges of the rights of Negroes. All were released on bonds on each count after about1 a ,of three hours in custody. "'.f? ln the Senille are to be Uaincv, -II, and Price, were picked up at the court-1 day actions house in Philadelphia, about lllc way for miles from here, by FBI "'cro: TURNABOUT The sight of officers hauling civil rights demonstrators out of public places has be- come common, foul the officer above had the tables turned on him at the University of California at Berkeley. Students demonstrating ayainsl a uni- versity ban on CORE activities on the campus hustled officers out of Sprutil Hall. It was 17 campus officers against hundreds of students. (AP Photo) NKW OULKANS Er- ratic Hurricane Hilda slammed inlo the nearly descried coastal area west of here Saturday j night with shrieking winds and, [tornadoes. At least pos-; 'sibly more-deaths were report-, ed.' The killer storm's giant t'yc.; spinning out 120 mile-an-hour winds, rolled out of Ihe churn- ing Gulf of Mexico across At- chafalaya Bay and into Frank-1 lin, some 90 miles west of here. Tornadoes, peeled off from Hilda's advancing mass wrecked havoc over a wide area of southeast Louisiana and. southwest Mississippi. One1 'twister knifed through !5C miles southwest of New Or-! lleans. Red Cross and Civil De- fense authorities listed 20 dead] and 115 injured. i At Eralb, further to Ihc wesl[ inear Abbeville, high winds top-] pled a water lower onto City! by Civir Defense personnel during lhc; hurricane. One police officer at! ll.v JAMICS SIMONS Advocate Slatf Writer An 811-year-old Blooming- Ion woman, Mrs. Blanche Warhurlon, was hospitalized with undetermined head in- juries Saturday morning six hours utter she was brutally attacked by a mini who broke into her home and made a demand for her money. Mrs. Waruut'lfln was1 re- ported in serious bul im- proving condition Saturday niglil liy attendants at Vic- toria Hospital. A hospital spokesman said a complete determination of her injuries will not be known until X- rny reports are finished. Meanwhile, sheriff's of- ficers were still searching for Mrs. Warburton's as- sailant laic Satuiday .light although they had only a small amount of informa- tion to work on Shonif M, W. Marshall said that because of a hear- ing defect and her condi- tion, the victim wasn't able to give officers a complete account of what actually happened or a description of her assailant. "1 hope she will be able lo give us some information tomonow Mar shall said. "We were at the liospii.il (hree times today. Tim sheriff said lie was also unable lo determine whether the attacker actual- ly tonk any money from the six-room residence where iM r s. Warburton resided alone. He said there was tit) in- dication of anything being disturbed in the bouse. Mrs. Warburton was able to (ell investigators that Ihc attack occurred at about a fast job of pointing with pride and viewing with alarm. Wasn't But It's Literature! dry said "we can't say yet they've dead or injured." Landry said two injured had sibly fi to 10 people." "They may all be Lan-i dry said. water, but it's not in the right President Johnson, moving i places, the state Water Commis- Iswiftly in Washington told Gov. John Coimally Wa te r Proposed AUSTIN luis report costing: a.m. II was mid-morning be- fore hor plight was dis- covered by two boys who had gone to the home to in- quire about yard work. Marshall said the boys saw Mrs. Warburton lying on a bed and on discover- ing that she wasn't leeling well, went to a nearby house from where the sheriff's of- fice was notified. A McCabe- OiiTuth ambulance dis- paidicd to tlu- scene. Marshall said entry into Ihe rosidt'iKo was gained by the intruder jerking the front door screen latch from the door frame and then opening another door with a key which had been left in the lock. Working on (lie case with Marshall were Chief Deputy Sheriff J. M. Bowden and Deputy Jimmy Kubccka of Dlooiuinglon. Newsmen To Review Critic4 ism 51.13 million during The commission said one inv WASHINGTON (AP) The American Society of Newspaper They were brought here in sepa-i. rate cars for a hearing before! >e.rs of a 51.1-billi the U.S. commissioner. tal SEATTL1C. Wash, (AP) -found the mother had .You could hardly call the leller poarcd without leaving by both cham- formal, but King County's address. supplcmen-ivenile Court judges deemed it: Tne 'the beleaguered region a rtisas- area. a for-j Johnson immediately made 1 available million in fcdcni Saturday. mediate need for a stole plan I (editors lias called a conference vas the approaching demands; of The commission, responding juv ule federal government media representatives discuss criticisms of news Former Sheriff Others seized bv the FBI wereiaeencies, including former wivi monitor the new one lo administer; biirpfovidingiliterature when they opened lliejunamioimccd' operating funds for several envelope and read: Alaska, said Mrs. Asbcrafl. adc lo Connally's Aug. of major water contained in the War- eralja muster plan (or Texas waterlopmenl projects which will at-ircn Commission report on the (development, presented him water supplies for of President John "Dear your honor "My name is I am in the started them back. The shortly after noon it turned funds for disaster aid. Hilda had threatened during'rcport outlining water 50 years, he morning lo vent Us full problems, possible. The projects ciinnol be Four days later the father Ulis historic, carnival city.jsolutions and suggestions for a'crly evaluated, the commission Jsaid, without examining all of requirements for F. Kennedy. Alfred Friendly, managing editor of the Washington Post, announced Saturday that the meeting will he held Oct. 17 in will bring on a Washington. He acted in his capacity as chairman of the plan: Press Access Commit- needs will lee and on the instructions of riglils by arresting, incarceral-. number of former servicemen.; Shave enough lo support me and r, i imv little sister, she is 10 years llllvc not been trained Civil Defense workers alii II- 11 shc at ,20 They also were accused ofjly 10 months Ibis 3 The vouth service center does hurricane eve Fears were ex-
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