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Advocate (Newspaper) - October 19, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 105 TELEPHONE HI 5-1451 Hoover at 91 Critical From New Bleeding Ex-President Comfortable But Condition 'Guarded' NEW YORK (AP) Former President Herbert C. Hoover suffered ''sudden and massive" internal bleed- ing early Sunday. Doctors said he was holding his own but listed his prospects of recovery as "extremely guarded" in view o[ his ago. "He is comfortable and in no said a late afternoon medical bulletin. The 90-year-old 31sl chief executive of tlie nation was stricken in the Waldorf Astoria Towers suite where lie lias lived for many years and where he 1lias been virtually confined by i failing health for two years. Third Attack A Hoover spokesman said late) Sunday evening that there hnnn "no change" in the former VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1964 Established American Motors Strike Ends been President's condition. The next medical bulletin was scheduled for early morning. The afternoon medical bulle- tin concerning his third atlack of internal bleeding within 16 months was signed by thrcej physicians. Saying he "remains critically the bulletin added: "Blood loss from the upper gastrointes- tinal tract has continued but it appears lessening. Replacement of blood by transfusions has kept pace with the losses which have been large. "His blood pressure, pulse and vital signs are stable, and ihe is comfortable and in no pain i Prognosis Guarded "The prognosis is extremely guarded, expecially in view of he patient's advanced age." This report was issued by rlcover's personal physician, IT'S L-ATL'K THAN VOU THINK Workmen set steel girders into place in Washington's Capitol Plaza. Tile purpose? To erect stands for news and television cameramen who will photograph the inauguration of the next president of the United Stales on Jan. 20. 12 Cents Johnson Sees U.S. As Standing Strong any pontiff ever has made from Rome. BULLETIN DETROIT (AP) _ Settlement of a three-day strike in !he auto- division of American Corp. came Sunday motive Motors night as the "Unilcd Auto Work- ers and AMC reached agree- ment on a new three-year con- tract th-dt continues profit shar- ing. DETROIT (AP) Negotia- tors for American Motors Corp. and the United Auto Workers union decided Sunday night lo relurn to nalional-level bargain- per el J. Dr. Michael J. Lepore, and Drs. Howard Patterson and J. Beall Rodgers. A press spokesman for Hoov- er, Neil MacNcil, former assist- ant managing editor of (lie New York Times, said the current illness began at p.m. Satur- day. Pope Paul Plans Trip to Bombay VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope'spccial service in St. Peter's Paul VI announced Sunday that! Basilica for the canonization of he will go to the international (22 Uganda martyrs who became eucharistic Congress in Bom-jlhe first black Afican saints ol bay, India, on tlie longest lime. The visit to a land there are only 10 million Chris- Red China Key to Atom Ban Treaiy Effort Ciled'by Rusk WASHINGTON (AP) Sec- retary of State Dean Husk said Sunday the United Stales is "prepared lo pursue" efforts to write an East-West treaty ban- ning all nuclear weapons tests. But he said no nuclear power will now want to sign such a pact "unless the Chinese Com- munists come aboard." Rusk expressed the view (hat the Chinese Ketls had gained some prestige last week from (he ouster of Soviet Premier Nikila S. Khrushchev ami their explosion of -a nuclear test bomb. But lie said they will also gain ill will from being known as the nation which "upset the hopes of mankind" for ending atmospheric nuclear explosions. On Radio-TV Rusk was interviewed on the American Broadcasting Co.'s "Issues and Answers" radio- television program a few hours where before President Johnson was I China Test Plan Exposed by U-2 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. increase. He said intelligence' Pictures taken by U-2 planesjwilhin the past two months] of what is believed lo be Retl lhe basis for an an-' China's atomic energy plant Sef provided lhe Unilcd Stales with Rllsk'7,
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