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Advocate (Newspaper) - November 2, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 179 TELEPHONE 111 5-H31 VICTORIA, NOVEMBER Established 1816 16 Cents Tighter Security Sought As Red Troops Escape Lost Planes SAID SCARKD Viet Cong Replaced by Barry Hints Red Attack iScen With Johnson ACCIUUNT CAK HAS Col ice officer Haller Melieke looks sadly at UK., ruins his accident prevention squad ear al'lor an ncci- clont happened (o it in San Kraiu-isto. Water pours out of Ilic car's door from a hydrant which was broken when the wall of a building being de- molished tumbled down upon it and the car. Top UtJ Confer Staged to Damage Him PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) .Son. would help I'rciident Johnson in Harry Cloldwiiter said Sunday Tuesday's bulloiiny. LBJ -Implied that Hie airfield .mortar shellim; mielit have ill'c stared Me put it this way: "So whelll- been slaBcd bv the Hivl Chinese WASHINGTON (AP) I'rcsi-.sliff he will be eleclctl prc'si- cr they did it try to cnconr- instead of Communist Viet Conn dent Joluison sought "Intel Saturday'siiiyc support for (lie man wlm is guerrillas Sunday to tighten attack in South Viet in in other words, why _Declan against mortar attacks such asiNam migtil have been staged in change horses in the middle of lievc raked a U.S. air base in Soiilhl'ropcs o[ keeping him out of stream I wouldn't he clues not bc- President Johnson 27 Aircral'I Were Pounded BIKN IIOA AW HASH. South ;Vict iNiirn (AIM A Communist guerrilla mortar unit slipped lo Visit Houston The President, Mr following When House telescopic rifle 'on the floor and' darkness. Thick Jungle out and Tllc ail' ls miles from luaintances is surrounded by thick A fifth American was killed a few hours after the attack in iinotlier mortar assault about five miles north of the air base. 'rile
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