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Advocate (Newspaper) - November 18, 1964, Victoria, Texas 119th 195 Appalachia, Health Bilk Due Priority President Asks IVonipt Aclioti WASHINGTON (AP) _ Presi- dent Johnson called in House Democralic leaders Tuesday ami asked thorn lo he ready foi' protnpl action in the new Con I grew oti health care for the aged. Johnson also said would tike Congress lo act quickly on increasing Social Security bone fits and aid for the Appalachian region, two measures lhal died in the last session. The President met for nearly an hour with speaker John W iMcCormaek, D-Mass., and ma jonty leader Carl Albert I) OJiJa. Informal Talks Albert said (hey had an infor- mal discussion of the coming legislative program with em-! phasis on the major leftovers of last .session. I "The main thing wc Albert said, "was gel-' ling together with the chairmen of these committees who have bills laying over and putting them together for prompt ac- tion." i The chief ones Albert men- tioned were tile Social Security amendments, to which the Son-i ale added a health care plan and Die Appalachian aid bill'! which passed the Senate but tailed to come lo a vote in (he House. Favored Hills Albert said early action was tentatively scheduled on area redevelopment bill was defeated in the House last session, and on immigration legislation. At the White House, press sec- retary George E. Reedy said' Johnson asked the Democratic AD TELEPHONE HI 8-HSI ___VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, Kjlablfshtd ISIJ 2'! Cents Congo Rebels Bargain For Missionary's Life CKKDl'f FOU Thlli; Mrs. Vay Vio- let McLain, center, strides froin the Victoria County Courthouse Tuesday afternoon after attencliny a ravirim> in which Dist. Judge Joe Kcllv granted hor credit on her prison sen- lencc for Ihc lime she has served in county jail since being convicted Oct. 7 of year for tlie cremation slaying of Mrs. Connie Williams She sentenced to life in prison She is flanked by Chief Deputy Jiiines Bowclen of Ihc sheriff's office and Deputy Ethlyn Krchmcicr. She will probably be transferred to the penitentiary m Himlsville within n few ;i sheriff's de- partment spokesman said. (Advocate Photo) Hearing Ends, Board Delays Decision Promoters Of Drug Indicted (lancer Cure Seen I'Yaiif! CHICAGO (AP) Dr. An- jdrew C. Ivy, internationally (known psysiologisl who champf- oned Krcbiozcii as a cancer- fighting agent, was indicled with several other persons and 'institutions Tuesday on charges of mail fraud, conspiracy, mis- laheling and making false state- mciils about Die drug. i A federal grand jury handed iilown a -lO-count indietmcnl against Ivy and other promoters of the substance the government conlemls is worthless us a can- cor-arrcsling drug. Ivy, 71, a research professor of biochemistry at Roosevelt' University and a former vice" [president of the University of! i Illinois, was named in -14 counts' I that carry a maximum penally, -Jjipon conviction, of 150 years (imprisonment and fine. 1 Pnficnt Dead j I Others indicted were Dr. Ste-' van Durovic, 59, who claims he discovered the drug; his broth- icr, Marko, 64, a lawyer- Dr William F. P. Phillips, 52, an j U.S. Steps Up Efforts To Save 60 Captives LEOPOLDV1LLE, Ihc Congolwarncd the rebel loaders that (AP) Congo rebels hintedljj'e United States holds them Tuesday that American aml Personally respon- imissionavy Paul Carlson istill alive and that they are "V cltlzcns for his life. "nmls- i The United Stales stepped efforts lo save (he 36-year-ol saee riw'ln "r (loctor by sending an mien "e smce in'the rcl el rebel head- lo the rebel leaders asking them lo free Carlson and other [Americans held captive in Stan leyville. quarters and l.copoldville. In Washington, a Stale De- jpiii'lmcnl official said he had mi C'ai-lson liad been sentenced to a die at Womlay as Christophc -i" Gbenye was negotiating with jallcged U.S. military spy. The message by U.S. Ambas- the U.S. consul in Stanleyville. said (he U.S. consu- 577MY associated of Ihe Krebiozen He AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) _ The Texas Parks and Wildlife Com- mission on Tuesday created "Lyndon B. Johnson Stale Park" across the road from (he jscarch Foundation; the fonmla lion, and Promak Laboratories to serioirbVisTness >vas announced lacklmg new legislalion be will An official press release as send to Capitol Hill. .dealing only with Ihe applica- rece After the hearing, ibc coin-, ljatci', Odom issed until the "lc 'IC'P "'fcr taring is dollar sign on it." anting general federal aid to, notice of lie com nission wil! not drag energy (o raising funds and' en as when it actually is the common chemical creatinc President's U3J Ranch es miles west of here. Controversy wasn't long in coming. One of the President's neigh-' Goal Given ision of Fund Claude Matthews, genera jsador G .MeMurlrie sUff ,n Washington, alsojthe rebels and been unable lo communicate with Washing- !lon. Charges Unfouniled I The U.S. message described as unfounded (he rebel charges agairisl Carlson. It said (he (United States stood ready lo cooperate with Prime Minister Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya and the International lied Cross for an agreement "to protect and evacuate innocent civilians" bors Mid Uie aclion was (akenlfrom lo head off plans for a curio and At of (he United Neighbors Upset Over LBJ Park snack shop across Uanch Road from Johnson's spread. The neighbor, Earl W. Sween- ey, said he had given Die group who planned the curio shop an oplion to buy Ihe land for Commission members said there was no conncclion. In a surprise rcsoliilion, Uie [commission which includes Slates, Kcnyatta earlier in the day urged the rebels to spare Carlson, on humanitarian jroiimls, A broadcast from Ibc rebel capital at Stanleyville heard in Kenya saiil lhal a mass demonstration took place during the day outside the home of re- bel President C'hristophu Gbenye, with the crowd shoul- ing for Carlson's immediate ex- itlie common chemical creatinc Claude Matthews, general stePs to B'-'t the land nectlei posi-lmonhydratc costing about 30 cl'airman of the Victoria if necessary. ami (cents a gram. United Fund, announced nl nl Thn pnmmiccinr, friend ami business cculion. Silcnl mi This was Ihe firsl word sug- isting (hat Carlson was still I" act on such bills for several! 4 years due (o (he church-state'A1'I issue raised by the demand of. Roman Catholic leaders that parochial schools share in am- general school aid. Johnson's associate A. W. Moursund of Johnson Oity created the park and ordered immedialn l.llrlsun was steps (o get Ihe land needed, by alive since Ihe rebels said they if necessary. (fanned lo execute him Mnnda'v united Hind, announced at a The commission estimated then fell silcnl on his fate KicRoff luncheon of some 70 di-ipark site at "from fwo lo Tuesday's broadcast said that vision workers Tiiccrlnr acres and possibly f'hcnye (old the demonslrators that everyone wanted peace and Tuesday lo issue a policy dec- laration supporting public aid 'or religious schools. Cardinal .Spellman has long advocated such aid. Last week, however Adam c. Powell, man of the House C'ommitiec, said ahead ungs Carlson at his trial on espionag lo l2 nonn Dec in, and this would cause a crowded such as exists on Ihc riv- ers of I long Kong. Two, further dredging would ing on behalf of thc government, ---.had submitted such reports to L i pn dredges, but jest Ihe Krebiozcn promoters. (Soc IIKAIUNCJ. Page 8) _Tbe Today'. Chuckle S W __________ m.. Jn IOC.H rfnip. "uii u' MUIICKI Itach. The workers viewed thc Unit- one llllcc men planning 1 Fund film. Joe Small, cam- to "le oVi'l lign director, is urging all em- we arc gong to put a cu- guess we ar rio shop in. It's only (In- mm wlio con- sider (lie hike as training in physical fitness. Women mcri'lv call ii shop- ping. rented with we Cropped (he option, iuciii ousineses. die probably ivouldn' tdo any- how United Fund I have no regrets." cases were sl.irfiedb a 'T "diM (oCP imlJfr. I'niTfi si I i-, _ IlLAMIM ;Mrs. Henry IJiicb.innn. a fnriner ____________, A'iclorian now residing in .Sugar Dii'k Turprn spoiling n Land who is an interior dccora- liiguesp Mnn of War in liny landscape consultant and oil Matagor.l.i anil believing i't nntiqiic dealer. Hostesses Sun- slnnncd a shark with poison llp f'V.'ink Guil- smce Ihc shark was bobbing 1'lltl ailcl Ml's- Karl Fischer. around like a log before com- IIIR loo and swimming off A'I'I I Alvin llrlH-rg slarting the deer season with a seven buck the first day Opposing Band Victim Of Some Fighting Irish i _ 8) I" Iiolh' 'I ..............-------'United Fund Freight Car iMorc Cranes Arrive a I .Hol'iigc WASIIINTOiV of 13 more whooping cranes nl Ibe Avansas National Wildlife Uefugc in Texas was rcporled Itefugc in Texas was rcporled T S hc Tuesday by Ihe Inlcrior Depart- ".ICI" four boys and n bringing Ihe lota, (Vere The 13 birds included four said (he quinlu- 13 birds included four said (he quinlu- II has now been V01'" lo jail had a good chance of sum- Manlangua, a N'egro, husband, Kelizbcrlo. lisbed lhal al leasl nine whooporj chicks linil survived Ibis year. a "l Of (he nine baby eight are nl Aronsas and one is ivwcriiiR ill Ihe Monte 'e n Profossion esli- NiiliBiinl Wildlife Hefuge in milfton i" rado. It was taken (here a weeks ago after it was injured n Canada and rescued by heli- copter. Counliiig Ihe injured whimper, Hlm by I'alllllhu known wild flock now stniuls lion-: lal si, Reyes was home on emergen- cy leave from VI. Bnigjj, N.C., when he wns called al l a.m. mid told of lu's four family ntldl- Salute lo Untied Fund Vicloria IJlcracy Council (A Parllcipaling Agency) Chnirman nf thc Board: .lames .Spear. it Does: There are some adults in Victoria County who can neither read nor write, and their futures are ex- tremely limited. This council was formed lo aid these people by teaching them reading and willing, so that they may Help themselves. They thus become bolter parents and better informed citizens of our community. UK no.vl year: JaUO. Tentative allocation from Oin- Gift irfHitilfrt
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