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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 26, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 172 UAW Votes To Call Off GM Strike Production Still Uncertain DliTIlOIT (AP) The United Auto Workers Union voted Sun- day to call off its month-old national strike against General Motors Corp., and said, "Many plants will be back a( woik' tomorrow." But not all of GM's striking workers will be going back, and when GM can resume automo- bile production is uncertain. The UAW announced a major- ity of its members in GM plants approved a new thiee' year national contract. I.neal-Lcvcl Pads However, some local unions voted to slay out until thcyi reach al-the-plant working I agreements which supplement I the national contract. Of GiM's 130 bargaining, 102 have reached local-level! agreements. Among 21! which have not reached accord arc 15 of 23 assembly plants and hy-j dramatic transmission division! at nearby Willow Run, which) supplies automatic transmis- sions for all GM cars. Thc company said mainten- ance and make-ready crews i were recalled immediately in the Pontiac division at Mich., Buick division at Flint, Mich., and Ihe Ruick-Oldsmob- ilc-Pontiac plant in Kansas Still Disputes No production workers, hov, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, Established 1515 14 Cents High Soviet Official Reported 111 Rod Turmoil Still Indicated MOSCOW (AP) Mikhail A. Suslov, (he man credited with loppling Nikita Khrushchev, jwas reported felled by kidney! j trouble and tuberculosis Sun-i [clay. j As he lay in his hospital [Khrushchev's twin successors, new Communist parly First (Secretary Leonid I. lirctfhnevj and Premier Alexei N. Kosygin, met with Polish Hed chief Sla dyslnw Gomulka to try lo ease fears roused by the Kremlin purge. A French Communisl party delegation also was in Moscow demanding Ihe truth about Blasts at Orange Rock Two Plants AN KYK-CATCHKR Black-eyed Michael Side- leeki, six, is a patient in a Chicago hospital be- cause the? end of a bat, not n ball, hit him. Janet Kinder, who cavorts on an Ice Follies program in this oversized kitten costume, spotted him as part of the cast's visitation program to the children's ward, with the picture resulting. (AP Photo) uouls of criticism. Tn Arrive Today j Anslrian Hods arc scheduled j lo arrive Monday for some! sti.light talking about the shake-' up Leaders of the powerful) I Italian Communist party arc (due the day after. II was obvious that the Com- munist world was in turmoil. Suslov, li2, was operated upon I a year ago Ibis month for kid- [ney trouble, lie is now in a One Death, 19 Injuries Reported Klhylenr Gas Leak Blamed IN C A T II O L, I C I'ROCKSSION Shown above arc sonic scliool chil- dren- by Sisters, who pai-l of an estimated Calh- participated in the annual Llmsl thc KlllS procession Sunday afternoon in downtown Victoria The procession, a public demonstration of the participants' faith, started Our Lady of Church, and ended at St. Mary's Mall where 'sow- ices were conducted Advocate Photo gas the Co. Sunday nigiit. Several hours later two explo- sions rocked Ihe nearby plant of the Allied Chemical Co. Firo- said the explosions came after a break in an automatic (safety valve in a gas line where i pressure hart built up. j At least one person was killed, i one was missing and 19 were 'injured. Area Closed Off ever, were summoned rg Q Q (j W a j. g J g away, although one company' source said cars mighl start- rolling (here "in a couple of days." Body and assembly units in these three locations, plus a Corvair planl at Willow Run, have resolved local disputes. WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.jDemocralic margin in PbiUiclel- Ba'T.v Goldwater swings intojphia can be held below The GOP nominee cam- Same-Pace Push w neck, looking tired and drawn. At Ins last public OliLANDO, Ma. Prcsi-' for celebrations last Monday of.clcnl Johnson received rcccnt Sovlel tews r n r Shoved in Unruly, 9 t 'I 't  1 hometown. The mood carried a; Besides the family and friends! HCCOI'd rare note of joy and confidence the grave silc an osli- It was a simple and moving'mated to persons graveside service under a behind a cordon of sol-i f OJ Japan Quits J f o (i LUI 01 SOI- ItUlN [SVI1 I r (API -A n tie, aulirmn sun The theme wasjdiers about yards away on estimated at Vo 000 turned one of hnnn nnrl frnimnh nf x thn AI Pi'i.son HUNTSVII.LB crowd TOKYO (AP) Prime Minis- ter Ifayalo Ikecla, who touched off Japan's business boom when be torik power four years ago, announced .Sunday he is resign- ing because of ill health. He is suffering from a throat tumor one of hope and triumph of a the valley floor life. "Death reading. silence. in is swallowed up in; There were words of prayer, came the for trie'final perform- ance of the Texas Prison Hodoo. Prison officials said it was the "uiu.-> >n inajKi, rrison oniciais saicl it wa.' scripturej 0 Lord who does work througlnlargcst crowd ever lo see As Ihe burnished copper col- thc lives of men, we lhank you this day for the life of Herbert fourth Sunday performance of the annual rodeo ored coffin bearing Ihe body of Hoover' i n 11 cnffjci.i K, f (he 3Ist President of the United; "Make Ihis, 0 Father, a Texas Boar of Corrections Stales was lowered lo its rejoicing in Ihe long and un- said he hoped the inmate fund place, Ihe 5th Army hand gave corrupted life and in the hope oMhis year receive eno gh ?ira r BaUlcflol'y whi'Vi1'5- Olir moncv from the rode ?y Hymn o the a song'has now entered." ;nn a reliahililalion program of dauntless courage loved bv; The service was conducted by i for thc more lhan inmates come cancerous unless properly trealcd. Ikcda's announcement is like- }ly to sel off a scramble for pow- 'cr among leaders o' his Liberal- Democratic party. Chief contes- tanls are Kisaku Sato, b-olher of former Prime Minister Nobu- sukc Kishi; former Foreign Minister Aiiehiro Fujiyama, and Ichiro Kono, state minister in Ikcda's Cabinet and an Jkcda .supporter. L i b e r a 1-Democratic party leaders said (hey would formal- silion parlies, the Socialists and (he Democratic Socialists, de- thiit the Cabinet resign ialong with Ikeda and that (he ]Diet be dissolved for new par- liamentary elections. Ikcda, entered thc Nation- al Cancer Clinic Sept. fl. Last week pressure mounted wilhin Ikcda's own parly and from Ihe opposition for him (o slcp down in favor of someone more physi- cally able to deal with recent developments on (he inlcrna- lional scene. Mentioned were Kcd China's explosion of a nu- clear device, Nikita Khru- shchev's ouster as premier in the Soviet Union and thc elec- tion of a Labor government in The Glass, was in collision with a car ririven by David L. Moel- ler, 18, of 1702 Poplar, at Nn- eces and Craig, Mrs. Pona was trealcd at De Tar Hospital. TJic accident was investigated by Patrolman Ray- mond Sihert. WKATHEJr" Partly cloudy and continued warm Monday through Tues- day with widely scattered show- ers and thundershowers Mon- day. Temperature range expec- ted Monday: llnjh 82, low BO. South Cenlral Texas: Partly cloudy through Tuesday. Widely scattered showers Monday High Monday 75-K5. Precipitation: Trace. Temperatures Sunday: High low BO. Tides (Port Lavaca Port O'Connor High al p.m. Monday and low at n. i 1 II rilnill '1 f I i KI f 1ZZICS HAVANA (AP) Four Cu- bans seized a Uruguayan diplo- mat as a hostage Friday night in an abortive attempt lo flee the country, police reported Sunday. One of thc Cubans was killed ;in a shooting match with police. The other three were captured. Thc Cubans, who had political asylum in the Uruguayan em- bassy, grabbed charge d'aff- aires Juan Carlos Nadal Jaume .at gunpoint while he was on routine inspection of Ihe build- iing. Nridnl .laiime is the only Uru- guayan diplomat slill in Havana since his country broke rela- tions with Fidel Castro's regime lasl Sc patrol boats caught up with Ibem, police .said. Neighbors, however, spotted the car as it drove off and noti- fied police. Two pslrol cars caught up with the vehicle in "avana's Cubanacan district and Ihe gun baltle on.siicd. The names of Ibe four Cubans were nol disclosed. Nadal Jaume declined to go beyond his statement to authori- ties. seven of the former President's grandchildren occupied a clust- er of chairs set up under ajing green and yellow striped canopy ,r I WASHINGTON (AP) _ Brit- ain's foreign secretary. Patrick Walker, arrived Sunday ;.....i.....Jme into "is and appar- two days in the capital, starting nigh, entry intended to force him to his conferences Monday wilh 1.......' n '.......k Ihcrn for Secretary of Slate Dean Husk United ami Secretary of the Treasury use him Douglas Dillon, lie meets Tiies- Cubaniday with President Johnson. A   

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