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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 22, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                AD 15 TELEPHONE B[ 8-HJ1 U.N. Dues Part Nixed B Soviet Vole Challenge Showdown Due UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) Uie Soviet Union stressed Sat- urday it would never help pay for Ihe U.N. Congo and Middle i-ast forces anrl hinted that any challenge to its General Assem- bly vole on that account might break up the United Nations A government statement is- sued by the Soviet delegation added that if any effort was made to withdraw iis vote, "we may be obliged to reconsider oiir attitude toward United Na- tions activities." Legitimate Expense I lie International Court of Justice has ruled against the hoyiel Union, saying these are legilnrmle expenses which must be borne by all members. The Soviet statement said any: groundless charges" prompted by Moscow's position would be! regarded as "an unfriendly act; towards tie U.S.S.H." The government said i( would like to make "absolutely clear" it would regard anv actions to take away the Soviet vote "as the actions of those who do noil care for the United Nations and' who do not take inlo account lie prospect of its breakup as the result of such actions." May Lose Votr> The Soviet Union is one of IS countries Dial stand In lose their voles in the lis-nalion assembly next fall if a controversial fi- nancial provision of the charter is applied. This provision, Art! CRASH A SUCCESS _VICTORIA, TEXAS. SUNDAY. MARCH Kst.tbllslicd Off We Go- A Bit Too Low By BEN PRAUSE Advocate Cucro Uiueau CUERO Her first solo was a flop, but her first crash was a success, Mrs. E. C. Frisbie of Cucro was able to walk away from the wreckage of the two-pas- senger craft in which only minutes earlier she had at- tempted a take off from Cnero Municipa) Airport, Saturday afternoon. Before the day was over Mrs. Frisbie had hopped in another plane, this lime with a licensed pilot at the con- trols, and hiicl another shot at (he Wild Clue Yonder. Questioned about future plans, Ciiero's mm Amelia Earhart said, "1 definitely plan another solo flight if someone will let me use liis plane." Mrs. Frisbie never really got airborne, except for a second or two at a time during her ride down the runway. The plane came close to hitting a car as it skipped across U.S. High- way 87, then caught the top strand of a barbed wire fence and did a flip onto its wing. Occupants of the car dial nearly entered Mrs. Fris- bie's f 1 i g h I plan were former Cuero Mayor J. T. Newman and his wife. Mrs. Frisbie said she did not experience the sensation of fear during the ill-fated flight. "I don't know why I never got afraid. I just knew the plane would take she said. HowevcM1, after the plane hit (he barbed wire she knew the jig was up. Old man fear still did not enter her mind after she finally realized she could not make it. In fad, she made no bones about being angry as (he f i rsl rescuers reached (lie plane. "I was furious when I finally got out of the she said. Her only injuries were a deep oil on the forehead and several cuts on the chin SOLO, Page 7A) LBJ Moves For Talks On Panama Firs! Reaction Said Favorable WASHINGTON (AP) _ Presi- dent Johnson made a personal move Saturday to try to get talks with Panama back on the' track. Johnson walked unannounced inlo a routine briefing being held by press secrelary George A. Reedy and surprised report- ers by reading a detailed slale- ment of his attitude toward the Panama dispute. Kvcry Issue Johnson said: "We are nre- to review every issue which now divides us. and every problem which the Panamanian wishes to raise We [arc prepared to do this at anv I tune and any place." 44 Pages SP In Robbery Probe Reds Free of Air Crew Two Olhers Slill Cjtpiivcs HELMSTEDT, On-many (AP) Hnrold W. Welch, one ot of U.S. ovcr Kasl [pearcd to be'sufficiently vague witn llis coun- leave ample room for Bulldozer Falls, Hurts Work L. kniaii W. Luhn, about IN.S provision, Aril- nouui 60, of 10. says any U.N. member! was reported "hold- two years behind in its ilis Saturday night 'shall have no vote" unless serious injuries sustained assembly finds its hc was caught under- stems from conditions b'eyondlnea'h its control. Diplomatic sources said Ihe United States and Britain sought to head off a showdown over this article in a private fauV with the Soviet delegation atul mu'liple rib and bulldozer off the Wood Hi a stuck Waida Road in Community. The employe of Drainage Dis- trict 3 was suffering from un determined internal injuries March 6. Ask Compromise _ ___ They said (he two proposed was of several mer that the Soviet Union pay partilemPllng to free Hie stuck pa its Congo and Middle East assessments and accept a com- promise giving the Security Council more power as agains't the General Assembly to start new peace-keeping operations and creating a 15-nalion assenv bly committee with big-power participation to arrange the fi- nancing. The informants said Die Soviet delegation had not yet had Mos- cow's reply to this proposal But the statement seemed to herald a rejection. With Budget The United States and most fractures. Fellow employes said Luhn was one of several men al- ma other countries contend Congo and Middle East that dues chine fro near Lone Tree Creek. the machine was a muddy creekbank They being jacked up and Luhn was partly underlie a th it when pressure in a pump connected lo the blade failed causing the front of the machine to fall down. Luhn's back, shoulders and hips were caught underneath the bull- dozer as it fell. man- euver in any selllcnicnt talks. Initial Panamanian was favorable. Outlook Good trymen here Saturday after be- ing held by Ihe Communists reaction Sinco to Tin; other two fliers remained Miguel Moreno, Panama's Communist hands. Welch, 24, ambassador to the native of Detroit, been would have to study Ihe Johnson' 't'lV from statement but commented, u'lia! we have iieen working for p ambu- since January." lance that brought him from n. Johnson said he was sending (.Soviet army hospital in the] BaiilisiBiEasl German town of pule De Uvalle moved at once r. to set up a meeting with Sec nntl Weloli to 'lotarj of Stale Dean Rusk There M Air! j After reading his statement Johnson opened the floor questions, proved to be another impromptu news conference. nml Alr and Victorian L. B. Shipp IsCh I Dm mg the questioning, the Piesident said that "obviously" le lesloiation of formal diplomatic ms comrades, Cant David lel.itions helween the United Holland, Holland, and Stales and Panama would Melv'n J. Kessler Phila- to precede any review of unknown Tliey FRANK II1LDEBKAND sive problems' The President hart this to say (See LliJ, Page 1A) The bulldozer had become stuck Friday afternoon during work in leveling spoil banks in connection with drainage work at the creek. Luhn is employed with the district as an oiler and helper on machinery operated by the district. Ltihn was taken to Victoria Hospital in a McCabe-Carruth ambulance after Ihe accident that occurred about a.m. must be counted along wilh reg- ular budget assessments in fig- uring whether a counlry is two years behind. They say that if Ihe. IB coun- tries now two years behind on that basis remain so when the assembly meets, they will auto radically he without a vote un less the assembly forgives them. The Soviet statement said the government had come to know of talk laleiy in "certain circles connected with Ihe United Na lions" about re viet vole under Article 19. It said that article had lutely nothing" to do wilh Ihe Congo and Middle East costs loudly and such talk might "cause'Sleep, great and even irreparable damage to the United Nations." II charged that Die talk had 'I'l'Wicaliort of the been started by powers that had League, made the United Nations "a Writing ibe article was Kuz- scrcen to cover their subjecting H to se- rious financial difficulties, and (See DUKS. Page 7A) Recks, r J Bed Squeaks MOSCOW CAP) A Soviet delegation which recently visit- ................ltM Uie United Stales complained about restricting the So-'Salurday il was given so little "-J- 'food that delegation members Trade Promotion To Be Discussed Frank Hildebrand, executive director of the Texas Tourist Development Agency, will dis- cuss activities which can gen- erate and sustain tourist trade at a special meeting Monday m Central Power and Light Co Auditorium. The meeting will begin at p.m. "This meeting is of special interest to all motel, restaurant and service station operators and their said Phil- op O. Clu tio N. A native of Winslon-Salem, -w. i J tuiu WtlO rUmUll iir iti in Jennings, La. He was grad-j ncsscn in Holmstcdt. dated from Sewaneo Military Academy in Tennessee in (Sec TRADE, Page 7A) 'l Ads Ready arged Ballistic Tost Breaks Case A 51-ycnr-old Victoria railroad detective was being held in thu Cameron County .Inil in Browns- ville Saturday night after being c h ii r H e d with pulling eight mined robberies in Brownsville, McAllcji, ICdinburg, and Corpus Christ! between Feb. 11 nnd March B. Authorities sniil L. B. Shipp Jr., ot K. lied Uivcr St., n special agent for Southern Pacific Railroad nnd n resident in Victoria for about nine vcars, bus readily admitted all" the alleged hijackings hut offers no motive. Five nf Die robberies occurred a ling Horn Chicii Boulevard in Brownsville on March 4 wilh four occurring in a space of 3 hours and 2.1 minutes. Appears In Lineup Cameron County Sheriff Boyn- ion Fleming said Shipp appeared vo 1 n n t n r 11 y in a lineup in Broivnsville Thursday w here three of the five Brownsville robbery victims identified him. Texas Hunger Sfil. Sclwyn Benson of Corpus Chrisll ar- rested the suspect In Corpus Chrisll Thursday night after the (Texas Department of Public iSafcty laboratory In Austin re- ported that H shell case found nt the scene of one robbery was fired from Shipp'.? gun. Tnlkecl With Otlh-i-rs Brownsville Police Chief Gu.i Krousso wns quoted as saying that Shipp Inlkect with officers In Brownsvillo the night of the robberies. "It's- just one of those Krousse snld, "You don't suspect coming into town nnd Mai'shiill were called In on the working with the officers." case earlier in tin1 ivcek. i According to (he Associated Press, Shipp told Assl. Dist. Joel Ellis of Brownsvillo robberies in detail. no motive. Me wasn't h a v o rollhin8 lllem 'or "10 money and in ho had n nice family, but of Bourse there Is some explanation .--s. Shipp, still stunned a day "Marshall liml I had b e c kllow whal il is'" ftewMhc? heart dwitt six liH'fitt' lii.s ni.slol whirl lurripfl .StUd Wnlnh 'Imfin I he ;i.ro Hl ililfJ Unknown Tnc fa'e and whereabouts of n v, MimjiutYU. 1 are believed to be uninjured. Welch, a navigator on Ihe plane was accompanied in the ambulance by Col. John A. fleii- nessen Jr., chief of surgery at Wiesbaden Hospital, who had piv sited the injured pilot twice in i Magdeburg nnd had twice re- queslcd liis release from Ihe Hussinns. Both requests denied nt the, time tiicv made. Ly Newsmen llnrrcil Newsmen were not permitted were were A HKTTl'R T1MK L. B. Shipp Vic lor i'a who is charged wit.li robbery by Rjn Gniiuie Valley authorities, is shown nbove oiijoying his hobby of number painting while convalescing from n heart attack last year. Mrs. Shipp said she believes the heart iittiick must b.ivp caused "srimolliinfi snap" in her husband, who previously hrul ;ui exoinpliiry record in 29 years ns an employe and dctectivo for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Friends, Family Shocked by News llv .IA.MKS SIMONS Advocate .Staff Writer o in c I h I n g must hnv LISU ui wmsion-knicm nut perm Hildebrand was spoi'k wllil Welch held n special deputy' u f; n special depuly snapped aflcr his heart Texas Hanger card ,-ind wore n'My- L. n. Shipp Jr. saiil Salur- Hanger badge. Hallway and !hc as she searched for words cattlcmiin's ussocialion dctec-1 explain her husband's alleged lives arc permitted to b n v e rollhin8 lll tl' ]----J i-inn v-iivAi ill! WUl L ill 11C II Hill S USSOCIJI Military 'mse wh0 Saw Welch trans-Ifo explain her husband's alleged lives nre permitted in from Hip i_ mvnlvrmenl from ambulance In a long list nf ranger commissions for use plane fn Hannover said he fl'''iicd robberies in the Vnlley. their jobs only "mi llis lost% weight drastically, some beds sqi the Russians couldn't on tbe rails or as a casiml Chicago Tribune April tz. Kol.bi'ilcs [.Islr-il i.s charged at Hrowns- -1 the 7A> i (Snr 7A) tourist committee had Also, teds squeaked so The complaints were in Molody Kommunist, an official type of event needed to dollars lo the Victoria nrea kllow and Hildebrand has pledged x s saui Frank support, of the slate ,-innnr.v agency director. Dcninnds ticjcctod Anderson said snmebody had The Unilcd .Slates has made I'im earlier Saturday thai demands that (he fliers'1 railroad delcclive IKK! bct-n interest in Ibe reader that he be relumed. The in with can hope for the ad Victorians Capture Four Special Science Prizes v-iv. i-iijjic-u a "-jc rfi tide was AIJZ- to cover thoir colonialist ma Severinov, a minor who said icf u.if, JJIUNJ-UU [IH Voting Com "V'1' lhc slatc Th voung (he lh national basis. iwhlc n.rac i i more about contended they were on ,i'sjiy-irobberio.s- hm that lie ,'avc in, Hilde- ing mission, n charge the Unit-iUxH'Klit "I the time thai il could third led -Stales has repeatedly no-'be Shipp. .Sci.-nri' Kill Hitdebrand also a The ad includes a coupon nied. U.S. nllicia'ls sav tlie "I ;i n ich readers are invited to dip plnne strnyed across the Lrd r law en com n nili r (ollr .Saturday m the presented by the Texas Society 'istrict Medical Technologists; Tony {Tamos was mimed first aller- slurlcnls from ueie ft a-A wwss and were farmed mil to aficncy, which his 6-months-olrl aecnov ,n. a to cxtcnsire unidentified instilutc. i c a s. This lour when he .'Jlll.-rt. NH'I 1JI Vl< and Sheriff M, VV. won the electronics award f( 1 lne ads show a hoard F Kaymoni! Hill shivering in Ihe early morning and wishing for (rULlAl) some good fishing weather BIrs. rCiirldinc (tolzheuser busy with posters of many designs I but hampered with a case of laryngitis Alisa Glover out in her fanciest western attire for the Horseman's Club trail Ride to Goliad Mrs. Allon liumlick, president of the St Joseph's Mother's Club re- i ne Astron Club of minding members of an captured first place Sat- Miss Friedman, .Severinov re-i porled, lived in a Buslines SOVIKTS. Page 'way. nanccd by mess I Airways. Continental Buslines right now m begins THE WRATMER Astron Club Is First, Victoria Float Places Advocate rvavocate ntvfi Service GOLTAD-The Astron Club of tant meeting at p.m. Mon- day at the School Cafeteria Parade Goliad contest Countyt in the of Six Flags Theater of Victoria taking second. Judges were Phillip Davis Milton Trlica anrl Max Charles McCally 'di'recior eollnly In lhc horse show, of the Trail Theatre, hoping for Soout Pack 60 placed! L pretty weather for the audi- second. Jacket, owned by Lewis .1. lions for Ihe children's part of National Bank of Goliad! named "Puck" for "M i d s u m m e r w'on the commercial division g' champion Night's Dream" at Central Power and Light today at the bandstand al the: second, center of DeLeon Plaza Paul Corrcll busy wilh plans In the out-of-town division, Yorktown Chamber of Com- lor trie Methodist Youth Depart- mercc won first place, with Our men! s annual barbecue set for Lady of Sorrows Catholic Youth Mrs' Krnest VoglfOrganizalion of Victoria placing of Arlington, and second, g ..._ stallion. Quanah Jr., owned by J. D. Davis of Kenedy, named the reserve Partly cloudy Sunday, most- ly cloudy Sunday night and Monday. Warmer Sunday and Sunday night, with chances of a few scattered showers Mon- day. Mostly southeasterly winds Sunday at 8 In If) m.p.h., in creasing Monday. Expected Sunday temperatures: Low 45 high 75. South Central Texas: Partly cloudy and warmer Sunday. In- creasing clouds Sunday night and Monday. Chance for a few showers Monday. Highs Sunday 72-82. Temperatures Saturday: 39, high SI. Tirlcs (Port Lavaca-Porl .nirh "'-o-own com- nts, the h. C. Vogfs. mercial division, with the Trail! Uda, owned by Gene and Jim Atkinson of Kenedy, was named the grand champion mare, and Echohawk Lady, owned by Cedar Hill Farms of Houston, was named reserve champion, r. owned by the At- was named the cham- (Si-c CLUB, Page 7A) was cs or avaca ion Lows at n l, a. m. Sunday and a.m. Monday. High at p.rn, Sun Jiy. Barometric pressure at sea V i Sunday: Sunrise level: .rmatlon based on data i Inc U.S Weathtr Bureau Office IVe.ti.hcr tliewiiere, rift 7) nidc on n science cruiser trip h? "io Navy; and Joel Stephens won second place and a bond from Ihe Ameri- can Medical Association. A physics division winner, Don SpalinKcr of Ragle Lake, wns chosen as one represen- tative from the district nt the National Science Fair-Inlernn- tinnal in Baltimore, Md., May llis subject wns "IX-frac- linn of Klcclrons A chemistry exhibitor, Sliar- ,nn Krag of K! Campo, also wnn I (he trip ns the other Grand Award recipient. Her entry was "An Apple a Day. finicc Campbell of Gnli.v! wns named second ailernale of the Navy science cruiser award. Firsl place was captured by Mark Feldcrman of l.amar Consolidated. Another area student, Mary Blunder of Coliad. won first place nnd a SIOO bond awarded by the AMA, She also won an- other award fnr medicine prc- sonled by the U.S. Army. Here are the other area win- ners: Primary division (Grades 1 and 3) _ Jack nradshnw, (Sre Page 7A) HAPPY OCCASION It was obvi- ously a happy occasion as County JutlKO Wayne Hartman, principal speaker at left, anci Slate Rep, R. If. Cory, rifjht and master of ceremonies, Saturday t h Commander Leonard Malina tiurinR dedication ceremonies nt the new home of American Legion Leon A, Xear Post IOfi. The new post home i.s locaied at 50U7 N. NavJirro. Cluirklc A new briilcgrnom pon- dcrnl his bride's first effort (it cmne pie oozlni; oul o( tfie crusts and spreailing ovcr Ihe serving dish. "Honey, you forgot (he he salii.   

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