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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 25, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 118th 320 TELEPHONE HI 1-1451 U.S. Envoy Doing Well After Attack Police Hold Jap You lli TOKYO Ambassa- dor Edwin 0. Reischauer re- cuperaled in a hospital Wednes- day from a bone-deep knife wound in the right thigh inflict- ed by an emotionally disturbed Japanese youth outside the U.S. Embassy, Police held Norikazu Shioiani, 19, who may face charges of bodily assault, or even at- tempted murder. He was quick- ly subdued Tuesday by John Ferchak, a U.S. Embassy offi- cial, after he plunged his six- inch knife into the envoy's thigh. Japan expressed its regrets lo President Johnson for the al- tack on Rcischauer, 53, highly popular with the government and people alike. He speaks Japanese fluently, is a scholar on Asian affairs, and has a Japanese wife. U.S. Understanding In response to regrets cabled by Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda the U.S. President said all Americans understand the al- tack "has nothing to do with the deep friendship that exists be- tween our two countries." Ike- da said his entire nation is in- dignant "over this dastardly set of violence." Ikeda will extend his regrets personally to the American people in a firsl-of-its-kind tele- casl by communications satel- lite late Wednesday. Authorities found no political motive (or the attack. They said Shiolani sought to dramatize a crusade for aiding nearsighted people in Japan, and felt that the United States and Japan were not contributing. He is; nearsighted. Police, said Shiolani hurled a rock wrapped in a newspaper into the embassy compound several hours before the stab- bing to see If the coast was clear. Good Condition An embassy guard spotted lhe VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1904 Established 1818 22 Cents MacArtluir Doing Well After Ordeal Creels Wife, Son Arthur Foreign Aid Chief Promises To Cut Employes TEMPORARILY Mor- ally outnumbered fi-1 by sisters, Patrick Stickley of Forl Worth en- joys a temporary advantage. Al- ready recovered from mumps, from which the girls still suffer, he can (AP I'liolnl munch on one of his mother's dill pickles. Thc girls, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. William Stickley of South- lake, near Fort nrc from left to right: Anita, Angela. Cynthia, Stephanie, Margaret nnd Theresa. WASHINGTON (AP) Gen- eral of the Army Douglas Mac- Arthur's surgeons reported Tuesday night MacArlhnr is pro- gressing "belter than we had .any right lo hope for" after six hours of emergency surgery JMotidav. j It was thc second operalion in1 2 HOURS 117 days for the IM-year-old [oral at Walter Heed Armv Med- Observance Due Senate Sets On Good Friday City and comity offices will close at noon Friday am] remain closnt over the weekend as schools take a full holiday niul merchants observe a 3-hour Good Fri- day moratorium from noon until 3 p.m. AJ1 city services will be suspended at noon, City Manager John Lee saiil. with garbage to be col- lected as usual Friday !iul no trash. City nnd county offices are normally closed on Sat- urday. The city's public and pa- rochial schools will resume classes Tuesday morning. Ken Nathan, chairman of Ihe Chamber of Commerce retail merchants c o u n r 11, made Hie announcement dial Goort Friday is one. of the approved closings on t h e chamber calendar. OlherK are Memorial Day, .May 3D; Imlejicmlenco Day, July 1; Labor Day, Sept. 7; Thanks- giving. Nov. 20; Christmas iuicl New Years Day. First Votes On Kennedy Coins Early 'Sellout' M.' WASHINGTON menl was reached Tuesday lhe Senate lo take its first voles on Thursday on Ihe civil ical Center. The doctors, in reporting (he comeback of the Mill seriously ill old soldier, saiil he was able, (o (alk with Mrs. MncArllmr, (heir son, Arthur, 27, nnd lhc general's long-time close aide, Maj. Gen. Courtney Whitney. In response lo written ques- tions submitted by newsmen, LI. WASHINGTON (AP) Gen. Leonard J. Ilcalon, Kennedy iijilf-dol- shorl supply, army surgeon general, million o[ Another 115 million nrc lo be there is good reason lo progress would favorable for the wars. Spleen Ilcmoved The bleeding from ruptured in ihe esophagus whicl The-president, oiulinn up in equally Bell Asks OK To Fire More Easily Civil Service Rules Illa-sled of the it had iillnttcd llsjncc, 20 authorizing the Vandals Continue Florida Violence Ktii-iiiut un nil; IIIL IJIlr, I rights hill. H will bring an endic'lcck lhc was removed lonK was in, to a three-woeks-lone warm-up'at A'jK-Arlhurs spleen ,ono filibuster sotting lhe" stage for wns ''cmovcrt thn stir- queued lhc expected lengthv showdown gc'J- (ling s KniMp i I 1m hnemlnl'e .w Republican Leader Everett M. 'eti pply was exhaust 'Hie line, more than u block en longer than the iday when hundreds l_uencd up lo purchase a dwin- supply of U.S. silver dol- Dirkscn of Illinois told news- men of the agreement after of the horaorrJiaging nt .'he bospi.ars p.m. bul- S fares' of' Ite'c. wM .in on MacArthurs condition which nrc no longer being mint- 10 mere naci necn no recur- mi nt-n in ed, arc lo be resumed Wednes- day. ingri from his In hopo'on sale al hanks throughout thejluniwl oul this year and minl-i WASHINGTON continue to Tuesday. Within will continue for 25 years oivniil administrator David F, Hell i1 hero of three hours the U.S. Treasury was mill longer under n law enacted last told Congress Tucsdnv will of Ihe it had iillnttcd Its cmoved own CIISn windows. r .Shouts of anger and disap- from ruptured fromb lhe ,T "T greeted .he fllr sSl that the tcmixirary I "pew was exhausted. conferred with Democratic i h.at lime' six nollrs Officials said there Is no Leader Mike Mansfield of chance of the new half-dollars, Iclnlion. in rcsmnsi tana and Sen. Hichard D. Uus-i Gon' MaeArlhur continues lno likeness of the late) (See COINS, sell, D-Ga., leader of f'mlc satisfactorily. foes of thc measure ]'s responding to the usual ac- On Motion ccpted post-operative measi The first vote will be on tlloso lhe off motion thai has been before the J3talcmollt Salt1- Senate since March Tube Comes Oul to lake up thc House-passed civ- il rights bill. All sides agree this will be adopted overwhelmingly. Next will be a vote on a mo- [tion by Sen. Wayne Morse, D- Fla. Vandals firing random car searched the grounds fire and leaving an cver- about an hour without to11 of property rijunage in their wake, anyone. 1 The racial violence, which killed one woman The attack occurred half an'Mollcfay1 injured at least seven persons during its hour later, shortly afler noon, when Shiolani climbed a six- foot wall lo get into the com- j[ J' pound. The ambassador was reported[ A In good condition at Toranomon: Hospital, where he underwent a! _ flO-mfnuts emergency operalion jW I   high echelon em- milinn lo luive one. ployes in Washington A TiTiisury official said that! ('miisicss (or mi- another dislnlnilioii of (lie Ken- thorilv to fire U'axliinglnn per- uedy coins will reach banks more easily adding through normal channels In Iwo'-i'vp trailed a long limp for this or three weeks, authority and I'm prepared lo H replaces he Dcnjnmln tllke trankhn half-dollar which wns minted from April until the end of last year. SJUd Hint technically ho The Treasury limited each clm discharge U.S.-based em- linlf-dollar purchase, lo 40 coins. I'loycs of the Agency for Inlcr- Tho American Hankers Asso. llolllll'al Development In a request lult "1lU rivil Service fgut.i- Page JO i lions are so cumbersome n.s to mako it Impractical. AID now employs about il.iioo Amcricnnj and fnrolgnprs Testifying boforo (ho House Foreign Affairs Committee, Hell Percy Foreman, the wlrlely-Unown Houston used n curious euphemism "si'lrclioii'OiiL nullmrlty" (or fcnsu attorney who by a brief tenu hs'lacst Improve Qiiallly He (old reporters afterwards Ibe Idea is not so much lo savo ,011 salaries, (hough that is n bul to era! on Iwo occasions this after-ilion tenure us chief counsel for lhc AID o noon and were quite pleased "f Kuby death sentence in Dallas, bus responsible tor Ibe ctlec- vvitli Ins appearance. Dr. M. U.joeen re tain pel in u Victoria murder case us chief handling o( billions of dol- Mor m M I [prediction on the outcome, Me! jSchleifer of New York, his per-! tense counsel, in mid-[ While no 1 IO Willie Lee Franklin, the HOIIS- three trucks and transfusions for loss of blood. A hospital spokesman saidjton truck" si'ooo fako that barring complications M by a county court jury More ban almost four-inch wound found him guilly of he healed within two weeks. of negligent homicide Fire Damns Fire bombs started at least 'I'o Illock Consent As Ihe preliminary debate rolled inlo its 18th day, Morse was (icing kept Dem formed of MacArthur's cotulj-Y VlllV lion i lion. Suffers Setback The five-star, Medal of Koni minor fires, and notice that he will block seemed woll the way answered at least consent recovery from his March 8 Decided lars a yenr (or underdeveloped formnl minrmiicomenl hns been made, countries, wns undersloud Tuesday Hint' As (or lhe Washington filaff, Foreman has hecu engaged )io expects idmiil to once rnoro lo bead up llu  miiu'tcs "l lllc" l''f" eman withdrew Tu.-srlny Claimed thc liVCS Of fOlir nut UIC   having a bit of minor aulomo- KCSCrVC bile failure Mrs. R. L. rp c Wallace joining lols of others' J O lie o who wonder where lhe lime goesj Wi111, and why Aron Kolle trying 'Maj' Gcn' R. .Speaking Tuesday on 
                            

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