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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 23, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 318 TELEPHONE HI 6-1451 VICTORIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1964 Established 1815 12 Cents Russians Will Return Two American Fliers Rusk Balks At Apology Over Talk J SI II ir BATTLE SCARS Being deluged by water, flour, soot and violet dye is to he expected when one takes part in a battle called a rag, a sideline of big rugby matches in England. These two girl students from St. Thomas' and St. Mary's hospitals show the battle scars incurred in their London rag. Reuther Puts Down Move For UAW to Support RFK ATLANTIC CITY, N.J., He recalled that his brothei tation given President Kennedy move was made Sunday to'hat' onlv three-plus years in of- said in part: have the United Auto Workers "and think of a11 lhe! "We in the UAW were bolssed Union nledee its ers in in: I thlngs remain to be done. "I by his warm friendship. We ?Ut he lhat proud partners in the dem- Atlv rn R K e prou parners n Ally. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy! Johnson has indicated lhat he locratic political process. for Uie Democratic vice-presi-would work toward the same dential nomination. The union's 8oals tnp next nine years." president quickly put down the, .Kennedy did not elaborate on Drnirs 'IVriu WASHINGTON (AP) Secrc- lary of State Dean Husk denied .Sunday he had called Sens. Wayne Morse, D-Orc., and Er- nest Omening, D-Alaska, qnil- ters for differing with him on U.S. foreign policy. He said no apology to them is necessary. Rusk, interviewed on the CBS radio and television show "Face tbe said his remarks in a speech in Salt Lake City last Thursday were not aimed at lhe senators at He said he was speaking againsl views expressed in mail received al the State Depart- ment and wanted lo emphasize lhat "we can't afford lo relax our effort" to help South Viol Nam fight off Communist guer rillas from the north. Favor Pull Out "I said let's don'l Rusk said. his reference to Johnson's "next compassionate concern for' the years." iaged, his devotion and dedica- President is scheduled to'lion to youth and by his coura- the convention Monda move. John M. Me Carrel I, pn ol the Pittsburgh (Pa 544, rose on Ihe union's'con'ven- convention Monday. :ROOUS contribution i'n extending tion floor and proposed that the ci- the social justice." convention pledge its support' for Kennedy for the Deinoc nomination for vice presiden UAW President Walter Rcu.lh.er quickly ruled McCar- rcll out of order and added: "We could do nothing more damaging to Bob Kennedy than support him for that office i now." "Sometimes your best friendsithe field at Logan International Airport on Sunday hut can be your worst was unsuccessful in gelling Reuther said, adding that the and her husband Rich naming of a Democratic vice- nusuana, men presidential candidate will take Bm'ton opens a two-week run in "Hamlet" at the place "in this same convention Shuberl Theater on hall in August, and I'm acloi and his wife off n 1 President Johnson will have one. week flew to Boston in iXGSClICCl chartered Trans-Canada Airlines "lie gave new dimensions toj Morse and Omening favor human dignity through his fear-i disengagement in South Viet 'Nam and back marked reduc- tion in foreign aid programs. less fight for human rights, his I'PIM L jUiiruly Airport Throng Fails to See Liz, Burton BOSTON (AP) A crowd estimated at 2.000 to persons broke down police lines and flowed into Elizabeth Taylor some say on that." Later, McCarrell told news- men that he would try to get the matter back to the floor through some convention corn- plane from Toronto. Hotel Jam Not only was there a milling lAs Flames Sweep Ship SAN JUAN, P.R. 20 crewmen of a Panamanian national officers won't support'lar jam at Ihe Sheraton Plaza Konnsdy "hpc3iisp they src 111 t i iu t> Bciir6d of The attempt to throw the Ion's support behind the attor-1 Ulc at lhe airport was ney general came after he had mK of 'he most unruly within accepted the UAW's "social Jus-memory si the field. Many of Jonquil. hWning tte Kennedv. Tllcy rtcmrs, "in sinking cargo ship swept hy flames in the Caribbean were picked up from their lifeboat Sunday hy a Liberian ship, the S.S. World Beth, condi- TO UK The return lo U.S. control of two fliers shot down in East Germany lias been agreed to by Russia. They are Capls. Diwitl I. Holland of Holland, Minn, nnd Melvin J. Kesnlcr of Philadelphia. PRAISES DALLAS Foreman Thinks Reversal Likely DA1.LAS Tex- as criminal lawyer Percy Fore- Thc svar has steadily against been the running case was lo he tried In ii should not have been tried at least a year." t Sunday was the first meeting! man, expressing cautious opti- mism [hat the death sentence as- .lack Ruby will he re-jof Ruby nnd Foreman, hired i, .-------.versed, had a (wo and a half i members of the Ruby family and has taken an increasing loll hour conference in jail with his after Ihcy fired colorful of lives of U.S. military advisers now ciicin Sunday. Francisco lawyer, who Time and Place Still Uncertain WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary of Slate Pr-an Husk said Sunday that (lie Soviet Union will return to U.S. control in the near future Ihr rcmniiiiiu; two of Ihrro fliers shot down over Kast (Jprmmiv on March 10. Ho did not say where or specifically when eturn would take place. The airmen are Capls David I. Holland, :1S, of Holland, Minn., nnd Melvin ,1. Kessler, of Philadelphia. They were aboard an HUM reconnaissance plane that wandered across the Kast Gorman border and was' shot down by Soviet fighters, Ihl' Boobs' Holland, Kessler and the third member of the crew, 1A, Harold W. Welch, W, of Detroit, para- chuted lo safety. Welch suf- fered a broken arm and leg and was freed hy Soviet authorities Saturday in face of inrrens-! ing U.S. pressure for Iho return1 NhW Indla of all three American workers and their Rusk made his announcement "od Sunday from a ten- on tho CBS radio and television f.10" Ciislmi program "Face the Nation." of (lovernmcnl troops and made II clear he now con-' sl.imp out a wavo sidcrs the Issue closed cf rioting, raping "1 would hope Ihe matter wilt aml now be taken off the he of Indian army offl- said, cers had (heir leave canceled and hurried to join LV troop Riots Hit Kast India As 154 Die Americans Fleo Area Krrnr ported Viet Nam forces! and instructors. Alorse, who wants the U.S. forces withdrawn, said in a Sen- ate speech Friday that Husk was resorting lo "McCarthy smear tactics" and spoke of his use of the phrase "quillers." He said Ihis was Ihe equivalent of accusing critics of U.S. policy of treason. Morse suggested Husk should resign. Asks Apology "I certainly hope to reverse voiced a hitter denunciation of the sentence." Bui it would be Dnllns when the death penally! lircsumplious (or me to make was assessed Ruby March M. a prediction. I do not have ex- tra sensory tile fil- ycar-old Houston attorney who has replaced Melvin lielli as chief defense counsel said. Joe Tonahill of Jasper and Phil Burlcstnn of Dallas, vyho as- sisted Belli during Ruby's mnr- Asked his opinion of Hnby, Foreman replied: "It is heart touching to see a man in his position, lie is like a rabbil on a siring." Tonahill reported that Ituhy (See 1'llgc. 10) Grncning said he agrees with an gjze Rusk said Sunday he (s 'he three attorneys slay- ler of accused presidential as-i "'VCy 9SMal'L' JNoi't llOl' SfPH held an OCUU M the senators would not fee! 'he three attorneys held an apology was necessary conference, in a hotel, they read his speech maP request H for a new trial. spe He attributed use of (tie term, to a news 52-year-old night club and added: "Sen. Morse Is killed Oswald Nov. '2! heforo a nationwide television audience, was lo have been a man anyone would character- ize as a quitter." Rusk called President John- brought from the jail lo he pho- son's statement Saturday on lographed with Foreman. But he Panama "very important" a bis cell to said he was "hopeful it Rill Decker saying "with bring the two nations lo the respect for all concerned, ference (able 11 [In not desire to come down Johnson said (he United States for photographs." is "ready to review every prob- Foreman, who has handled thai divides the two lnan 700 capital offense cases and lost only one defend- Texas was breaking oul nil over Texas Sunday while winter prepared n pre.Raster norther with icy blasts of wind nnd snow. A now cold front Wowing of( Rocky Mountain snowficWs was due to hit the Texas Panhandle Monday nighl. Scattered snow was expeeled. The Wealher Bureau warned stockmen and travelers lo walch forecasts closely. Meanwhile, the slflto enjoyed He said he had just been in- for scril's [hut Holland ami Kcss- dllos- ler "will he returned to the: So far, 15-1 Indians have died United Slates in Ihe near fu-.'" stone.throwing, clubbing; and lure." and added, "They short-1 slabbing battles helwcen Hindus ly will be back in this country." Moslems, Tbo White House press office Americans said there would bo no comment Twenty-nine American nation- Sunday on the fliers' release. als were Mown to Calcutta from The secretary of state steel town of llourkela in uti'd (he KliliO's nff-courseiOrisan Stale, where the htoodi- flighl to a navigational error est fighting broke out after not a spying mission us Ihe mobs altacked a trainload of Ilussians charged and said Hindu refugees coming from President Johnson has Issued. Pakistan on h'riday. They joined orders "lo make certain other Americans, who had this doesn'l recur." been helping lo build a new .N'o Detnll.v jsleol mill In Hnurkcla, and who Husk gave no details on how; were flown to Calcutta on Salur- the return was arranged, by the Indian air force, snid it did not involve any ex-! Iteports reaching New Delhi cliange of personnel or concos-lsaid they had barricaded them- siiins by the United Stales. j selves in a houso when mobs "They arc simply releasing! ran wild through Ihe streets, them. This pursued a normallOne American, identified at course. The Soviets came lo Konrad Facknilz, was dragged their own conclusion these men from a car and beaten up by should hit Husk said, riolers before he managed to trampled police ropes and raced rnrn other sources it learner] thai Husk received Ihe news from Ihe Soviet Kmhassy, but Iho Ilussians did not iiume- dinloly advise when or where thr release would come. One possihilMy is lhat It might he through iSr U.S. military liaison off ire in Potsdam, East Ger- many This offire handled Welch's release Dntirynln Cnlfrd II became known Inter thni escape lo Calcutta. 5S Killed Casualties in Itourkel.i In- cluded S3 Indians killed nnd more than 100 Injured. More than 1.500 troops pa- trolled Rourkclo'i quiet hut un- oa.sy streets Sunday as ,1 seriej ol reports filtered Into New Del. hi from that city. One said the latest group of Americans had fled after a rumor that they would be at. the Kennedy del _ that jammed the gallcriesTlinto the hangar to carry the1 route from Port Arthur Tex I here was no organization with i "Hamlet" company into the to the French island of Xlar- wfnch he felt a closer and the Burtons southeast of Puerto tlOfl (nan the tlw tlfmm nft n Q.'nn ..........I lly drove off in a limousine. DAMAGE SLIGHT Venus cle Milo Statue Chipped During Voyage I 11 O J O r Rico, eaugJit fire about 'i a.m. EST. An S.O.S. was received by the Coast Guard here at a.m. saying fire aboard the vessel had gotten out of con- trol. Minutes later Ihe Beth's radio operator flashed word! that Ihe crew was abandoning It isn't such K bail old world aflcr all ones you gel used lo being nervous ahoiit everything. Are Pills Next For Smokers? she arrived in Yokohama The 33-day voyage of the 1 5- aboard the French liner Venus was her first trip Pficcniifrpt Nam the armless beauty was .abroad since France acquired found to have lost four 143 years ago. In igest lhat if Ihe change of venue Uvas denied, the trial should hav lllp ibecn tbe r, foot 4, was prer let- 'greying Foreman said. "If the '1 by lair; ------------------___________Monnuy. Maximum temperatures Sun- day ranged from 'Ji al Presidio in the Big Country to 61 at (lal- veslon in the CJulf of Mexico. Mosl biglm were in the high BOs and low 70s. There was no preclpilalion. A blinding snow storm struck Kocky Mountains Sunday. PALM BKACII SHOflliXS, Fla.jers being given pills dally, lust WKATIIICIt. I'agc in) leading cancer re-like a vitamin pill. Sunday new ani- But he .stressed that il would! I JJJ'j WKA I HKR ents suggest the lake years of testing to gel developing pills cigarelte smokers; lluggins said some of Monday n il lispulahle" hazard protecth e drugs arc acluallv', wllh a 'cw ette smoke s.cill.Ltml. flusk got the Soviet n'llice aboulj lacked hi-came o( the United the release of the fliers in n Icle.I Stales' role in the U.N. Security phnne call from Ambassador An-j Council's recent debate on the, Dubrynin slate of Kashmir rear-bed him at the rndio-telcvi-1 The eastern violence which .simi studio jnsl brfore he went has .swept through Honkrla, ntl air. (culta, .lani.vhedpur, Iliiigiirh Itu.sk acknowledged that the: and several smaller towns in RUM was 120 in ISO miles off'Orlssa nnd Hihar sairl course when attacked and ex-J to have started after more than pressed the hope that both Hindu refugees came. Communists and the Western I through the area from P.ik- forces would now adopt rirorc-J istan. durcs lo with such inci- They were on their way to rc- (Scc F'l.lKKS. Pngn 10) I (See. ItlOTS, Page in) CASTRO REFUGEES of lung and other cancers. II.i, Hils Bull -iu j cm the A I 'II pieces, chipped from the folds Louvre shr> sharns hiiimoi of her robe below the hip on w? Ieonardo Mona: by Ihe American Can-1 "Cigaretle ancUhe Wnged V etor o CUERO Paul Maddox, H f, ,W h nday night wilh widely .scat- wers. Partly cloudy Tuesday. No important temper- Temperatures Sunday: Low L.'..t pn (Port L a v a c a Port research Muggins lold the seminar thai 6.M Tuesday begin lesling such compounds "have vasl so- '-run m'lurmiuon 20 Cubans Reportedly Die on Ill-Faler! Escape FORT I.AUDKHDALK. owner of the Torluga Oub, fAP) Twenty of 21 Cubans who was driving the Arplns to who fled the Communist island; the airport In catch u plane for severnl rlays ago dicrl of star-va-LMiarni. and told about (he Cu- tion and exposure, a Wisconsin ban boat, victor reported Sunday. M r Arpiri said the> or anll a came from the constable at six.fool saa rig on ftwldentown, on r.rand Cayman i shore reefs earlv Saiur- I.sland, who also is coroner morning with only one man ]iislC6 of the peace. nliw f, The constable Arpin sa 
                            

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