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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 5, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, Established Hit 14 Cents Backlash of Hilda Slaps New Orleans Blue Ridge s States Feel jriS Rains' Blow EIGHT CRUSHED Hundreds Flee Slides, Floods Like Tidal Wave When Tank Fell BACKLASH of Lake Ponlchar- train splash against the seawall in New Orleans r mild display, but Sunday waves of six feel or more crashed over the same seawall Hilda's backlash struck New Orleans with m.p.h. winds. (AP Photo) Vote Rally in Ireland Value Cut Out of Band; VerSUS YanksiBy Orbit BELFAST. N'nrlhprn 1 Main Area Of Storm Playing Out Death Toll AhiyTop -H) __ Oil I T T (API __ Toirentud rains Sunday sent (lav night lo take over (he Civil [jot up and could walk around for'rn in '.'flood waters rushing down rudio when the deafen-okay."   v Georgia. ifillcd to its capaci-: them in that wind and rain. We thS One man was killed in one nilcl i1'10 125-toot-h'8h towerimoved debris and stuff around 'spared several landslides hundreds of il a overlbut we couldn't stand up. After persons were evacuated to high tllc i'fpllr hours of 'O'ing, we aban- grouml and at least three red brick bull" darns and several bridges under the impm way to the swirling waters. ils lf a bon scored a direct hit on it. ERATU, La. (AP) Hall broke all lo pieces, thought it was a liilal One bay was caught by the leg, David Martial Broussard, 19, but we got two jacks under the ASIIKVILL1C, N.C. (AP) had just bung up his coat Satur-debris and pulled him out. Hc BELFAST. Northern 1 reland fAP) Ten thousand iug demonstrators flirough Belfat banned Republic heightening the tension in championship Sunday, resolving Northern Ireland's surprise rshippcrs gave that the killer storm this city, of 90 miles an hour or ground and at least three small j. T'1C brick dams and several bridccs "19 I'npncl j Heavy equipment, inchitling six feet or more crashed over bombjdrag lines and two massive .the seawalls, crossed Lakeshorc The mountain area affected ll' were sent lo tllc scene, Drive and threatened smaller .iiea affected was ,hc in lhc of Hurri-: protective levees behind them e was trapped in the Hilda's havoc to reach the call went out for volunteers 1C, bul worked loose aiid'sile. Light poles were falling, to [jile sandbags on lhe fevecs- :'gcd without serious wires. of filshionable homes- bctund him lay the. They couldn't gel lo the site and residenU in one area were i area forms a t ia g e of the th ee Mates. The area has received hKermidont rains o? a wek hut a sicadv downpour which came SalmVlav and iiirmsann sc.ream-: .Irators puraded. ST, LOUIS, Mo. (AP) Thelrelurn lo SI, Louis, if necessary Fast heliiiKl the St. Louis Cardinals won their [for the final iwo games of the ilican flag National League baseball besl-of-seven set. CAPE KENNEDY, Fls. An interplanetary monitoring platform IMP 2 orbited the! also saw got all bodies out about II) out 'of now riotous election campaign jon the finaTday of the seasonjturned Defying police wi'rningsjand moved into the World while the Philadelphia ils intended. Tin More Hain Due .persons killed in a tornado. lo'elock." Cutting torches bad to heavv'rZ' earth on a In a small lornado! Deputy Sheriff Harold Dyson i be used to break up the water: storm continued to mish oist ea th on a radia reported lo have struck said: "We got there a while cranes lifted off the The Cards, Sunday, but its effec- (iear Gokisboro, across the stale minutes after the lower (ell. The'wrcckage. noilbeast through southern North Carolina's coastal plain1-----------.....-----------...........-----........-.....--------- a Iready the possibility of a three-way tie-games to the last place Mels itivencss apparently was re duced because it did not slab as region.' IKIL, LIIV. ...no i i  Pill program as. lo bring jobs In Tex- unimpeded across 2fi-n a k c Pontcharlrain and "I don! believe a handout to slaminccl into the an some families is (tie answer to area of expensive restaurants, Bush slated. "I clubs and exclusive re- lieve jobs leaders have resigned them- selves lo further outbreaks of gress, said Kennedy ''abused our hospitality" Gronouski said be-! wasn't speaking for the violence which so :far has cause hc had been invited toi Americans. put 70 persons u, review the parade, not march in he w.. political. The space agency said completely covered some; -investigators from lhe tr a ts Polish- tioning and that much informa- Dams Colliipsc condition of Mrs lion would be obtained bul lhe: Two dams broke on private burton, fid, of lhc arc the answer loisidcnlial districts. i AP photographer Horace Cort Bush said the Texas cattle in-'wadod through the swirling jdustry, which has never asked! waters Vic-fnr a federal handout, is (icing: saw otle man carrying his en to its knees by unfavor-.wife out of their hmisc on his 'ihln Inrfitl i It In f, 'n i i trade 'II u d r e d-lhousiind- dollar Ireland whethet __ _... Northern Ireland s (See RALLY, Pago 12) Today's Lazy man's version of physical fitness: Try and touch the knees bending the Iocs. use the holiday for a partisaniby Polish neighbors in' illen political attack on Kennedy. Cove, Long island. Kennedy, of Irish descent, is President Johnson sent a mes- Timning for the U.S. lo Hie Pulaski Day banquet against incumbent Republican Sunday night, pledging he and Kenneth B. Keating, who was on his administration would work the reviewing stand. k> "hasten the day when Poland Wauclcr said no non-Polish (See HFK, Page li) Political Campaigns' Cost Estimated at Million WASHINGTON (AP) The cost of politicking comeis high and is rising. An educated guess liy a re- search organization is ti lat some million will be spent in (hc 1964 campaigns, national, state and local. Another informed conclusion borne out by fragmentary reports so far submit is tilts: The Democrats arc scor- ing increasing success in lap- ping folks who have or. more to lay on the political line: the Republicans arc finding it rather lough, though tome who kicked in substantial .sums in the past arc still stick-'ing with them. Take reports submitted to the clerk of lhe House under the Corrupt Practices Acl, i These reports musl he approached with skepticism because the act is full of holes through which you could drive an armored truck full of gold.) So let's analyze (he reports filed by the Democratic and Republican national committees for the period .lime 1-Aug. 31, The Democratic National Committee reported contribu- tions of of which 273 was made up of contribu- tions of over apiece. The Republican National Committee reported contribu- tions of of which was in the bracket. Of the Democratic tolal comes from "The Presi- dent's Club of New com- posed of persons who contribute or more. The names have nol been recorded here set. In addition lo the President's Club donations, the Democrats re- deep into space to gain as much data as possible about interplanetary space outside the earth's atmosphere, which ex- tends effectively oul lo about OBfl miles. IMP 2's main assignment is lo help perfect a foolproof aUnni system to warn astronauts when solar flares will explode on the sun, spilling clouds of potential- ly deadly radiation into space. The space agency gave the .satellite the official name Ex- plorer 21. Dr. Frank McDonald, project scientist for the agency's God- dard Space Flight Center, said data will be correlated with that INDEX ivlrs. remains in hurting Texas. "Yarborough is icrioiis condition in Victoria claiming I arn making money ialurday morning in her home five cents on imported (Sec WKATIIKK. Pngr. 12) in Bloomington. Investigators'Bush, who is in the oil business, still trying lo determine if declared. "I am willing to lay any money had been takcnimy financial status on the! from the home by the i who struck Mrs. Warburton. j Bush said lie is an advocate J. The attack occurred about -I of protecting basic industries 2 a.m. Saturday, although Mrs. thai are already in the .state. condition wasn't "If elected. I will work with the V.'. j'discovered until mid-morning. (See HUSH, Page Greece's Queen Mother Called Trouble Maker inssirti.il ft .Sports 12 donated over But at least some of the wealthy faithful arc sticking to the Republican cause, as witnessed by eight persons who paid in each. The law forbids any national committee to spend more than S3 million on a campaign. So is lhe solution? Simply set up more committees. As only a even approach estimating a total of campaign contributions. For example, "Citizens for Johnson and Humphrey" re- ported receiving in the three-month period, all from the .President's Club of New York. for Goldwater and Miller" reported It must hc borne in mind that these figures are preliminary fragmentary. It is at the two at IMP l, Kennedy: ATHENS, Greece fAP) -jihe monarch before possibly bitanl expenses each vcar Ncwlywed King Constantine and; revealing what his difficulties did nol clKe further c total Anne-Mane Fredcrika have been. He.to say that this caused 11 ver Sunday and could Queen under (j I (M'O V.lll-I U I iscopal pei from the earlier launched from Cape last November. McDonald reported a iouu 01 seven satellites are planned in ir the IMP series, (wo of lo, are lo swing around (be moon. causing trouble in j Princc Pclor also cast doubt- The Greek royal family's fn i "T' T succeed Con-expenses have been discu scxt hor brolhcr'on j the Greek throne, charged Uiat! fie laid newsmen his difficul the foaminn lake on wooden pilings, collapsed under the pounding of furious waves. New Orleans, cradled below sea level in the crescent of (tie Mississippi River and with the lake on (he north side, fears flooding more than high winds. Koads along the New Orleans Marina were littered with de- bris tossed up by the wind and waves. Lakcshoro Drive was barricaded for a time by police and bus service interrupted. Officials feared the death toll would climb as full extent of the disaster became known. Hilda spawned tornadoes and flash (Sec HILDA. Page 12) use the opportunity of-ibad impression abroad by Constantino's prema-; ".As for myself." hc said, "1 receive any money from progovermnent newspapers. The Greek royal family re- ceives annually which CD FRO Tl........... v t SSS.TS .01 west Ic.xas. 'Papandreou for 90 minutes. A While Kins Paul was alive was incroascd two years Published said Ibis TI i i. iiapancireou lor 'M minuies. A fie dedication ceremony source said Constantino Anne-Marie their honeymoon Man- j 'j t n, n i nidi IIU'JUII had been smoothed over by Pressure wa king, he said. exerted by Queen Frcdenka. held after Bishop Jones" celc-iand brated Holy Communion at the a.m. service.- or Tuesday.'They were Peter arrived Saturday night The 56-year-old prince sa 'j lien was servetl m Proctor married in Athens on Sept. H'from Paris where he lives King Const? and difficulties will) the WKATIIER Clear and cool Monday through Tuesday, with north to northeast winds 12 to 22 m.p.h. :.Monday, diminishing Monday night and becoming easterly R to 18 m.p.h. Tuesday. Expected Monday temperatures: Low 58, high 82. South Central Texas: Fair Monday and Tuesday. A little 'cooler Monday wild high 77 to 87. High Sunday 86; low 66. Tides i Port Lavaca Port O'Connor Lows at a.m. and p.m., highs at p.m. and a.m. Tues- day. Barometric pressure at sea level: 30.16. Sunset Monday sunrise Tuesday Tills inKirnuKion based on did I mm Iric US. Wtather Bureau Vu-l.irKi Olfice. (See Wr.uiirt Fliewherr. Pare 13) on coutd drive an armored The w t' i ir IK i uiuiun. iwuc, IUIULUIIICS wiui s -j 'uck full of gold.) Committee reported onlv 73 who ilonc i rinn si-iriniei cter nari a ncw.S] t clcr also accused the Greek: motner, novs ever, had always i r o inc us. weather Bur -----------------------------------------......_____ _ _ 'conference hc wanted to tulk bojroyal court of running up cxor-i (ore ouiiKX CM iVii-inrKi oitice. City-Wide Dollar Days Today and Tuesday   

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