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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 6, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE ll'Jth 152 Workers, GM Reach Agreement tSlnke I'Jndino Appeal's DETROIT (AD- The United Auto Workers and General Mo-' tors reached tentative agree-' menl Monday on a new three- year labor contract- Hope was expressed immediately on both sides Ihat a strike against the giant automaker could be ended within a week. I.efl now are at-the-pUinl working agreements which supplement the national con- tract. But (here are some unresolved union demands al issue in these. Weary negotiators who had been at the Detroit bargaining table all niylit immediately turned Iheir efforts toward lo- cal-level solutions. Each side set up teams available at a battery of telephones to local coiuitc parls. 281) .000 hi led The H-dny strike has idl of GM's UAW- reprcsentcd production workers: across the country. The company estimated the TELEPHONE HI 5-14SI VICTORIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, Established 12 Cents Flaunt Cooperation 1 i Diplomatic miles Data Released In Illegal Search M. YV. Mai-- shall (scaled) HOGS over reports in the brutal beating of Bloomington woman with Ranger Capl. A. Y. Al- ice (right) of Springs, Rang- er Jitck Van Clove of Cotuihi (center) and Ranger Frank Horgcr of Corpus Christi (loft) al shoriff.s department. The Rangers and an Austin finger- print expert joined in I ho probe Mon- day. (Advocate Photo) Texas Rangers Join Probe ptt! Of Bloomington Beating AUSTIN (AP) Texas Ally, i Gen. Waggoner Carr presented to Gov. John Connally Monday a report on the Kennedy assass- ;ination, and the two agreed lo I work for more cooperalion be- tween federal and stale law of- ficers. i fair's report noted (hat the FBI did not notify Dallas police of Lee Harvey Oswald's pros- iciice in Ihe city or of his back- ground, and recommended Ihat federal, state and local officers meet improve information ox- change. Can- gave Connally 111 vol- umes of testimony, photos and data relating to'Ihe Kennedy assassination, including a word summary. TO AIDCOLINTIKS 'U.S. Sends Connally Favors Siil'f Protest Tax 'Phase Out'To Moscow COKl'US CfWISTI -heavy demands for increased. CHIT'S report concurred with the main findings of the Warren Colll1t> Commission that Oswald killed and Dallas Policeman J. D, Tippit and wounded Con- Clov. John Connallv judges ami" commission- Alomlav he uxnild like lo in-'-vcarx (0 crease their burdens In mni-ivL-e rn i In mnaiks to the County Held. Kooms Killed WASHINGTON- (AP) Three need is the extra courage to do'American a British military what should he lie wcre held for hours in The governor said the hotel rooms while Soviet n.rl "rtffif i.llc" cnnrvhof) f told Texas -stale expenditures next year, lllcro win demands in ail the all we Judges and Commissioners million a day in lost wages- A Texas Rang- did not believe thai robbery Olber Rangers called in he-edge oTowsaid bnlflnco next nnion siwkesman said economic f-rs', Danger motive, although lie .sides Alice to aid (lie investiga-o-ouivl Thn "For reasons, I arivo-, This incident, which occurred gains and improved working j A' ,V ,Allce wasn t ruling it out as a possi- lion were Ranger Frank I lor- The" report nnised Ibr no- r V calc illilt wc tlle final'in a Russian city on the Chinese "D1M1NSprings, Monday joined in the bility, ger of Corpus Christi and Rang- yy vc offorls ,f n- I t i 'T -u' 'wcnue.s or of the stale's ad was the latest in a se- 01! investigation of Ihe brutal beat- 'We haven't been able to fjg-'er Jack Vau Clcvc of Cotulla n ml ahoul n lllc nnm he said. "11 will re-mos itidicaling stepped up Rus- mg of a Bloonunglon woman. :ure it oul he said, "but Victoria Hanger already on the ie-rloi-shin ami ''Hiirc n o I h e t- counter espionage activity. las nnlhinn sn far "I I'herc will never he a 'con- amendment and a period of re- The State Department and conditions already obtained sought are worth the price. The new national agreement had the effect of lifting' a dam- per from the national economy. fJiM stock shot upward to immediately. Johnson 1'lcascil 1" Washington, Preside: i I (JilUVlLt Johnson said he is pleased that the GM strike is settled and also with announcements Uiat the ,r T" W! prices will be maintained! ontly Wlth hls flsts' Sheriff M. W. Marshal hinted 'here was nothing so far as we case was Quhicv Lowman.' mi> a creal citv there might be a "break" in: know taken or missing from the The attacker concentrated en- crushiuE ex'wriencc venient the case Tuesday as Ihe victim house." (jroly Mrs Warhurlon's1 Securilv Slninrd continued (o show improvement Marshall had no comment face and head in the attack. as: The miorl concluded Mi-it at Victoria Hospital. when asked if he thought the vicious a filing as ever seen by yrcssivcI ,'d se' represented some kind local officers. Her face was curily swollen almost double by thc; orderly procedures of the rule of lime for Ihe stale lo adjustment, so it cannot be a'British Foreign Office both slep. Just as there move." (delivered strong protest to Alos- for models- At the same time, Johnson caiitioncd other 'industries against following autos in The attack occurred in woman's residence, where lived alone, about -I a.m. Salm- repeated blows. and recommended news- nol 'Its hard to believe but she .men-attorney conferences in lie seems to be getting belter each'pre-trial covcage off." Sheriff Marshall sakl, Carr explained lo newsmen :s and Rang- commenting on Mrs. Wai-bur-, how he and his special counsel crs went over the house in a ton. hope lhal as she gels Robcr! Slow of Dallas and was cf called a ll'cmins iwo bo-vs He said a new round of infla- lo to illlluire tion would erode Ihe nalion's ,W tin. Success or export surplus and undermine! talfl- referred all quest-'announced. American expansion i lions in the case to Sheriff High Profits (shall, who said Mrs. The auto settlenienl, lie lo ic'1 must be considered in the con- le.xl of (hc industry's very high JOtlt '1 a in Sjllllr c- IIIUL nnv KUI.S nunui t found about mid- lo tell I.eon M, i i t n llhlflu Sa 'r hc H.erc ship. i a tasc WM noli l.llC-.SherHf bc' lirofils based on higher .sales lower costs and taxes, and very productivity combined with maintaining prices. "Both labor and manage-; menl, he said, tlicl unique nature of the auto sctlle-! menl. I expect that other imlus-1 tries with profits below the high7 level in aulos will not use aulo settlement as a pattern." I Hight behind joint announce- ment of tentative agreement all i G M came word Ihat Chrysler- MS I. Airs, Warlmi'lon, who uses glasses and a hearing aid, was wearing neither when her sailanl tore a door screen off entering the house and sel upon her. "She doesn't have any idea who il the .sheriff said. Sheriff Marshall said he now rp -T, s 1 minell b oresees S Woes -----jcow- The United States called it a "flagrant violation" of diplo- matic immunity. The attaches were on their way through Siberia to Tokyo and Hong Kong. The incident began at midnight, local lime, '.Sept. 28 in Khabarovsk, an im- portant city in far east Siberia on the Ilivcr Amur, on the Man- of Houston, 'fell SAVANNAH. Ga. (AP) _ A Elsewhere through lhc m. arc? Ihe FBI-Dallas relalion-. knocked Ihc Iropt- there were many reports "f edlv cl- m fro n f-Hi'm ical fury out of Hurricane Hilda flooded homes and I y 1, "Wc mean we don't feel but heavy rains in the destruction of small dams and be jusllv of Ihe storm poured bridges, land and rock slides, on Georgia and sent flood and loss of livestock. Cold Air Mass Weakens Hilda j Dallas police can be juslly or .should accept Ihe fulfllown nn Nov. 22 because of the fact Ihe [lolicc had not been Forecasters said (he advised...by those who knew, colliding with a cold front after1 I namely Ihc FBI, that Oswald! leaving a (rail of death and was in Dallas and, indeed, was' misery across Louisiana, working in a building along [he sucked Ihe cold air mass inlo its' parade route." (sy.slein. Cnmiallv said Ihe Texas 'This destroyed Ihe hurricane DALLAS fAP) Byron the suburbs, whose problems tICII, S p C fl K C r 01 UlG CXUS 'iiirl ans will be dissillusioned by re- Freeze districting of (he slate's con- gressional districts as ordered by [lie Supreme Court. Pjirtmcnl.'of Public Safety "at'i.ircui'ation and all all limes has tried In eooperatcj mained was a huge with local officials" and hasisurc area with .smnll con-worked with (he FBI in lhal re- hnv-pres- Mid Under j "But there have been limes, pvon' Georgia to the sea. of Calhoun (hen, Hilda niug began a drive for cloth- "It does not seem to me that! at least willi respect to much i f V" r is passed 1111 lo f beginning of federal officers Ihat it is lll? foi'i Korce Used Slain UepartmciiL Press Offi- cer Hubert McClosky gave the following account: A group of 15 Soviet officials "forcibly entered" the hotel room occupied by l.t, Col Karl H. l.icwcr, assistant army at- tache at the Moscow Embassy, and by Assistant British Naval Attache Nigel N. Lavillc. The Russians "forcibly [searched" the room and Iho personal effects of the attaches. mjnuie, r 7 then Liewer and Laville tounly Monday wrrc j lhc TMm Way greater voice for cities and less legislator pointed out, in a T ii n 'irdlv s-iid am-Li, LCJU Louisiana. bllme- in Die automotive industry. jlhc season was reported in the "fhe concerns of Dallas are Al Ford, the UAW added a Panhandle. not necessarily those of Fort contingent S25 lo S100 Chrisimasi Pcrryton, close to the Houslon-or Browns- Ami border, reported SI de- And at n got He added there is conflict be-' igices .it dawn. wccn (hc 1'air weather with decreasing urbs. clouds in Wesl Texas was fore- Felix McKiiight, vice presi- ciisl for Tuesday. The Weather ('ent of Ihe Dallas Bureau said nights would [cool and days mild. I Tn'nrn.l' 111 r JJ '.linnet, said A long range forecast said no cities had cried out that" rural rain was in store for Texas all areas controlled legislatures. Port Wcek, T1'C Supreme Court had ruled Times Herald, spoke of the dangers of 'n'idlinj; a free press. easterly that both houses of lalure must lhc he apportioned on as in balance Calvin Lewis from O'Connor and reminding inter- ested Victorians about the meet-. mg of Ihe Port O'Connor Cham- hy a luirn-ia population basis, as in the her of C'oniinercc al Die school cane hunter plane in the, Allan-lease of congrrssional districts in Ihat loivn at n tonight (ic, 500 miles cast of (he Wind-' will give Airs. I'.. Page SliibblrriMd of, ward-Leeward Islands ccnlni! cit-v somc new Boomuigon enjoymg the crisp, wcrc 110 indications, howc vc f.ll wealhor here j, op fol. al Alurphy ready w, h a friend-: lrast (wo )y grceliug Friends hear- ing ahoul Monroe Seln-wdn-V, IllC1 lhc red fish catch at Port O'Con K) 'Icvelop.s nor Charlie. Lee lhc proud of his new granddaugh- tcr.Tainmie Sue. horn la.sl of lhc in-day, Ihe daughler of Mr. ami Mrs. C'harlos Ailcn Hrainlcs Sc'lt'cll I'livln Mr. anil Mrs. Charlie Bracken of in (own on business. Mrs. Oscar Braeurr remindiiig Y fl Gtri surfers Broken Leg o .M.-ii'Kai-ct Ann Lci'ma, C. of :iOI S. Vine, was ailmilled lo Memorial Hos- ]iilal Monday atleniiidii after suffi-riiiii ;i broken leg when si ruck by a car in block of U'illijim. The auto (lint struck her was driven liy .loseph A. of 1117 10. Itivcr. A pulice invcslijialor sahl lhc girl had playing willi auiilluT, and iiarli-d inlo the slice! williiiut warning in (lie path of Ihe Xi-uly.iiis auln. Slu- was taken In Ihr hos- pital hy Iliukell amhulaiu'e. She also suffered euls anil hruises. nally said. Connally added Ihere is reason Col. Homer fia son. director of the DPS FUf officials could nol try "work out a heller means communication." Hilda weekend in Louisiana Al II a.m. KST, however, in a l2U-mile wide strip reaching 10 from Ocala. Itnnkhif; American Two hours lalcr IS Russians, in "presumably Ihe same forcibly entered another hotel room occupied by Col George A. Aubrey, Ihe ranking Amen- "f S.I.'. Torrcnls of puslic uuche.s thronghniit Die co plans were immediately 1 ticlion. .fusion" such as thai after Following a hurried confer- ence of leaders of local civic Ihe Moscow Embassy, and by Maj. .lames K. Smith, an assisl- air 1 The search in (his second room lasted Ilirce hours 40 .minutes, McCloskcy said. Dc- j spite Aubrey's repeated pro- ami South Geor-i "When the eye of thc. search ended with Ihe gia, killing al least two persons. I'arla moved 'inland at Ihe .....liam Canlrell, 51, Com-'-Sepl. II, mi, and threw Persona] effects" 
                            

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