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   Cuero Record, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1966, Cuero, Texas                                Art o Wcotht r cloudy and Temps Qierot Yorktown and A NEWSPAPER REFLECTS ITS Price 5 1S3 I own Talk TEXAS AUGUST I PAGES PRICE Sc Br ED ANDERSON Publicity Made Pancho Villa A co xvorker oars on The Cuero Record here is Alfonso Gonzal He is bade from a two wVek vacation in Mexico and returned with some of he presented to The magazines name 1 ALARMA and it in w elass of publica magazines are by blood and photographs and ALAR MA is A mutilat ed corpse is more to the taste of than to the M Anglo The arresting article in Issue of the is one devoted to Pancho the Mexican general about Whom more poems and songs have been written in Mexico than any other individual in their The article by Jloberto Mo heno complains that Mexico has not officially recognized the greatness of Pancho Villa by erecting a monument to him and suggests that the reason is because of American anti Villa influence on Mexico We have been reading every thing WB oould get our hands on about Pancho for And this if ever there was a Mexican figure who owes his fame to PEOPLE in the NEWS Americans it is AX OBSCtKI HOUSE and cattle thief in Villa I got a chance to become res pectable by joining the Mexi can revolutionary forces of Francisco Madcro who had backing in liis revolt theDictator PorflrO Combat On3 Fronts SAIGON UPI Heavy fight ing broke out today between infantrymen and Commu nist troops along three fronts on one of the bloodiest battle fields of the Viet Nam One 200man company of Army troops was holding off an ene my force four times its Tlie bitter battles erupted in the Central Highlands 215 miles north of Saigon where the bloody Chu Pong la Drang Valley and Plei Me cam paigns took place last American military spokesmen in Saigon meanwhile disclosed todav several thousand inhe a steak before re Policeman Stops Carnage Ramon Martinez Storms Tower Nest of Sniper 45 Are Shot By Whitman 15 Lose Lives j AUSTIN A crazed student went on an 80 minute campus rampage with an armful of weapons Monday in the worst mass killing in He shot 45 killing his his mother and 13 before an offduty policeman shot him dead atop the 27 j story University of Texas i Charles a 24yearold architectural en gineering student who once rejected phychlatrie I climbed to a ledge near the top of the 307foot tower I and calmly stalked scores of summer prof es sors and visitors to the rolling green j a bullet in the a from the shotgun in the Martinez had never been in a gun battle Before the 2Syearold Austin policeman had never fired his service revolver in But before that day was another policeman and a civilian had stormed a snipers nest atop the Univer sity of Texas It was j Martinez who fired the fatal shots that killed Charles Whit the gunman vho terror the It all started for Martinez left and several other shots in the Somebody waved a flag to the police below to let them know it was all Battleground of Martinez shook violently afi Shortly before the towers clock struck the first shot rang For the next hour and 20 the lazy summer campus was turned into a ter it was all just like after said Im recommending both Mar z tinez and McCoy for valor rita drum will receive a ci ration for ing and When it was all 16 30 others The noontime terror whenPatrolman Ramiro hellish battleground of dynez skwrfy edged his way AUEXX3 KOS TGIN be asked to form In Madcros hand there were some 100 Ameri jcans and while Madcro and Villa were up on a hill near Ciudad Jua unable to make up their government either today or it would whether authoritative sour He has headed a care to attack or not the federal gar this impatient band of 12 when elections wen held for the ewrrwit Supreme Soviet par The Supreme Soviet opened ts fiat session In Moscow to day Svith a demand the United withdraw forces from Viet Koaygin succeeded Nikita Khrabchev on Authoritative sources said the nawly parliament will ask him to form a now govern ment and then will ratify it fTATE Andy Rogers of will me Demo white against or sinee June attacked the kill cratic nomination for Congress tram the ISth Congressional He hopes to succeed Waler Rogers who annou nced over the weekend he will not Rogers has served in Austin for It This is his first national of was im proved enough today in City after an attack of colotis to undergo the first of of in liis annual physical JTXO former Pres obviously in good a chair jn his room Monj reading and chatting with j his i NOT said Pat Thats a bunch af said his fiancee Luei Nuftat conceded he point in WtfifiAgton kit later in tome Monday night I4 be lying if I Mid I wasnt Im Just holding ing its and won singlehandedly Battle of After it was all the Mexican forces came rid ing Villa next surrounded himself with these European adventur ers who became known as Dorados or Golden They had thn knowhow in war and Villa shortly was famous in the United States mainly he cause of the skiJled writing about him by such famous newspapermen as John who lies buried now in the AMKR1CAX arms and fighting men were on the side of Villa in the early days of his but racial jealousy soon caused him to TOWN Page fantryrnen had opened a major antiguerrilla operation 25 mil es northwest of The spokesman said Opera tion Coco head had been underway for 11 days but was kept secret until today for security They said 31 Communists had been capturW 99 suspects detain spokesmen also repoted that two Air Force F104 Starfighter jets were lost over Communist North Viet Nam on The Communists la unched 17 surface to air SAM missiles at planes during 97 missions over the 100 Degrees School Budget On 11 Board Agenda Copies of the proposed Cuero Independent School District budget for the fiscal year will be available 11 at the meeting of the ac cording to Marvin Kiiv The members will conduct their regular meetings on that date which is a week later usual meeting The official budget heaiing will be held 18 at porting to He turned on his radio and heard a caH for all officers to report to married and the father of twin drove to Along with officer Houston McCoy and Alien an armed Mar tinez tookan to five flights below the observation tower and went The three men passed bod ies on the Can you imagine yourself going by four including one small Jxy with his tongue protruding out the side of his on the steps of the tow er asked police chief Bob Miles McCoy and Crum decided to rush who was sniping at people The sniper turned and fired one shot at It Martinez fired six times in rapid McCoy fired a Martinez grabbed the sJwtgun and fired it All the shots hit Whitman said There was a shotgun pellet between the Dead and Wounded i Youth Exemplary UPI The list dead and wounded in Mondays 3 Avelina 3047 sniper siege at the University of ff110 West Bedford San furnished by city offi Mary Frances j Reported dead Bospttal j Mike 4013 Eliz j Thomas oifiiRedi Irma Bxowns S Griffith WO Briar trainee at me University of AUSTIN UPI Charies Whitman was a mature and se around the observation platform and pumped six pistol slugs SIM a shotgun blast into itoe I Texas junior with a B i I Fomdr Mother Soon after blood covered and limp body was carried from the police found the young mans wife and i The was stabbed to death in the Whitman His moth was to death in her an f Council Meets On Wednesdoy the con sulting is scheduled to make a report Wednesday at the regular monthlymeeting Another on thf agenda is Cuero Weatherman Taylor recorded another 100 degree temperature reading here Monday in the Qt UHJmaK waka of Sundays sibling 101 Tiie Tuesday mliij nitini was 73 Continued partly cloudy and iwt is the Texas David 1112 D Brac Robert Hampj kenride University of his ton philosophy de Nancy 5201 Thomas east Timberline Robert rious young man and everyone altar ExEagle 3erf liked him his classmates and three one a rambling his twopage letter hi Whitmans youth was exempl1 rnother would be better off in He was an altar newsj and 1hat he hated his boy and an father with mortal All who knew him agreed he j was one of the nicest you would want to i 4908 i The people who knew Charlie i i Whitman could not believe what Mark 4013 Eli South Alex 100B he had His motherin j laws first words were my Thomas 3641 Wash ghtsey Morris 410 UGod Not my Charlie Fort Devereay 1305 Ro Marguerite 2603 Cascade Claudia 3415 Homar Route Roy Dell Adrian 1901 Route employe j David with city Billy of 1403 City Ewjng Min a Peace Corys Jae 2100 Nue er at Aaatn wboce wife a eowwi to Maaaey o WMI among wcuided b m super ballet Avstm Police also found a camera with note which read Paul 2705 home address 190 city Unborn child estimated age Firm Eyes Bowl 8 months of Claire j Lana 2106 Old A former Bill said Whitman was one of the nicest guys I had Sears said that Whitman had tried to sell him a magnum pistol m That pistol was one of the weapons Whitman had with him when w as He had many Sears T always thought he had a religion to fall back He seemed to be more matj death both ure than most people his he noted in one of his Please have the film devel Charles film was sent to Dallas ior Police Bob Miles gave this the last day of life Sometime before 3 Monday he stabbed his wife to death and shot his mother TO Some six hours later ishot and critically wounded 2211 Le his faculty adviser Profes 1 sor Leonard Kreisle told UPI Seton Hospital Billy 2202 i Whitman was very well a 12gauge Edna f by students and a time payment Shot by the slayj Miguel Solish 3S4 j He seemed to be very happy jcarned rt off its Hemphill with his family and he seemed stock and sawed off its Charles Joseph Claire 806 East to be very Lake Worth Persons killed by gunman prior to the sniping attack Another Clyde Sandra 2209 Rioi said Whitman was an The Cuero Bowl is being tak en into consideration by Tex Tan Welhausen Company of Yoakum as a possible unit of the for the manufac ture of 900 ted to Seton Hospital unusually good He had Charles Joseph Whit Injured in the shooting admitnot missed a scheduled assign ment without calling moth Branda Littlej A neighbor of Whitmans in body found at Apt Pent fair Haws in was house 1212 Guadaj Injured in shooting Admitted to Brackenridge Ifo Welhausen of Persons injured and and sent home Robert Prede Dolores Ortegn Sioil 1510 treated equally shocked at the I love Hugo Ley He was the kind of boy you would want for a He loved My liveyearold ohamnan of tlie said day negotiations are I Roland of i boy thought he was Bay Charlie used to go rabbit I wliliam Fleming of San Jt wpiijld be week or 303 Howard representative of Blue Crossten before anything defi Hospital iniiw is The meeting slated to begin i Tex Tan executives explain at will hear tiie vejed tlie in thai it was nec gulav monthly report of Citj essary in order to alleviate Carla Ley Hp was a wack Manager Jim nervous Both Luci and Paddy are bearing up under this final weekof of tlieir Saturday wedding at high noon in the of flic Immaculate HKKBY D urged the government to moyjp iwiftly to supervis ion tl South Viet Nams 31 sections by the International Control Kcuss said the United Slates mid approryh of thie three Chisholm Scout Hikers Heading For Lockhart to Vlw LUL1NG This if the bravest and best group of kids that I have ever had the pleas ure of scouting That is what Scoutmaster Jonh Hamilton of Cuero said here Monday evening as he looked over 13 weary Boy Scouts who left Cuero Saturday en a walking expedition to the slate capital at The hike is the 100th the Chisholm Trail which origi nated in 1866 in DeWitt nifht Hamilton said five the ald er all the smaller are Baking turns wallc ing and riding in tlie wagons driven by Scoutmaster Glynn Caller and Cuero Council Knights of Col umbus 1693 furnished the evening meal Monday for the The food was taken to Luling by Francis Scout Others from Cuero who visit j some of the double shift con gestion in the billfold depart ment at If the transferis ap proxiraateJy 40 most of whom commut ers frojn the Gutro would The which would re quire two mtaths after would involve aii extracted segment of the present billfold opera tions which will produce about UOO units per Available buildings in Yoa kum were considered inade quate for tite type of opera lions planned by the company in its expanding billfold manu facturing it was pointed The accompanied by ed HIP boys were ExMarine Cracks Up Under Heavy Work Load AUSTIN UPI An The addressed Harry UPI Swaps insured during two muledrawn covered Travis Ruby j his racing career but when left here early today ne who served as a dormitory counselor saw a psychiatrist once for two hours and then left saying he wold work it out Charles the Univer sity of Texas arcitecturahl st udent who counseled op ened fire with his small ar senal Monday spewing dath and injury to persons he never knew and those he if there is a is in rfhitrnan wrote aft er killing his but if there is no she is at last out of her Police chief Bob Mil it may He was definitely mentally Miles said after reading toe Miles said a B stu dent at the University could not understand the pressure that was building within One note described the shoot ing of Whitmans wife and Miles said Whitman that he did nat knpw he had killed He said he had wanted to kill his wife as painlessly as pas said never been treated at Stu dent Health Center psychia tric Miles did not say where Whit man had had the abortive ses sion with the Ransom said a jun was taking heavy summer an unusually workload at At the same he an arsenal that Luger a mm rifle with a telescopic a SScaV iber a a 55T magnum new shot gun and three Packed in lacker He packed everything in a foot he put away some water in some gas some And late Monday morning he lugged Hie entire thing to tte using a dolly to the part of the trip i Catting off at the hfe foot locker off the elevator and hauled step by np long flight of The fust kDling occurred I A woman elevator attendant whose job it is to greet visitors jand have sign a register I blocked thjjT snipers I shot her He upon a4 and tourists visitng campus and shot them The fatlier escaped to a neaby Frank a sitemploye in an office below J the observation heard so scream Help Anoth er voice followed Dont come 6 school14 He had car ried 19 hours in the spring and scored a S due to graduate next records was on a Marine scholar j He had received aj hpnor in J40te ex able discharge from the FOR TODAY BIBLE THOUGHT Glynn Joim lalbreafh bought him One was Addressed to Roy At i for the Lockhartv State Park1 Alois Bomha and and jfrom Rex would not ivhere they intencl to camp toi Marvin iwas insured Kw i bie wifting es said Whitman left three not pressed hate a mortaleg 1964 although havingquestion unto But whom ye ttwt I This is passion for his A been court maitialed earlier for Christian r of Lajce loaning money for profit and will thair   

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