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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 19, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE II !Hh 196 TELEPHONE HI 5-U51 Execution Of Carlson Postponed VICTORIA, TEXA'S, NOVEMBER Established ms Key Lo Falc LEOPOLDVfLLE, the Congo (AP) The execution of U.S. missionary Dr. Paul Carlson) was postponed until Monday pending further negotiations wilh (he United Slates, rebel i leader Chrislophe Ghcnye an-' nonnced Wednesday in Stan- leyville. A broadcast from lhe leftist rebel city in the northeast Con go, heard in Nairobi, Kenya said thai it was up to Washing- Ion to find a suitable basis for negotiations over IheGOAmcri- cans in rebel hands. The doctor. 36, from Rolling! Mills. Calif., was due lo die last! Monday for spying, a charge vehemently denied by Ihc Unit- ed States. U.S. Request Gbcnye addressed his mes- sage lo Prime Minister Jomo Kcnyalta of Kenya, who on! Tuesday al (he request of the United Slates urged Gbeuye to spare Carlson for humanitarian' reasons. Kenyatla is chairman of a .special commission set up by (he Organization of African Unity to try to end (he civil con- flict in Ihc Congo. 1 Gbenye said that in view ofj Kcnyatta's message, Carlson's execution bad been postponed. President Maurice Yameogo of Upper VollH added bis voice lo Uie appeal for mercy for Carlson. His office senl a mes- sage (o Kenyalfa saying Carlson was a civilian who had rendered important service in caring for sick Congolese. It said his exe- cution would only complicate a settlement lorn. Virtual Prisoner i iLie oroacicasts tfntt said negotiations arc being car-jfessional, and employe gifts hold a combination rc- ncd on between Gbenye and the --------tporl session Wednesday noon p. Mirhnot TTnrf i -ii i__ Criticism By Hoover Raps King Wan-en-Report! Termed Uul'tur' 28 Cents SOMHONK CARKS Sandra Peiiy, left, and Mis Robert J. Moore Jr., United Fund secretaries, were kept busy cluriiif; a report meeting Wednesday noon of three Victoria County United Fund divi- sions. The three divisions have raised toward the overall campaign goal of There are approximately two weeks left in the campaign. Two other divisions are beginning work this week. (Advocate Plioto) UF Collections Up to 54 Per Cent of the Congo prob- lly IILIXKY WOLI'P JR. Advocate Sports Editor Nathan, campaign chairman of WASHINGTON (AP) FBI Director ,1. Edgar Hoover boiled up Wednesday wilh criticism of Ihc Warren Commission and Dr. Mai (in Luther King Jr., Nohel Pme-vviiming Negro loader. In an extraordinary three- hour chat with a group'of Wash- jinglon women reporters, Hoover also spoke up on civil rights, protection of the president, police corruption and juvenile delinquency. Accusing (ho Warren Com- 'mission of ;m unfair report on 'his agency, he said the commis- sion's reporl on President John F. Kennedy's assassination was "unfair and unjust" in its criti- cism of (he FBI. Kxtensivc Interview Referring Ip (he portion of Ihc report in which the FBI is re- [ported as failing to notify the iSecrcl Service that Lee Harvey [Oswald was in Dallas, Hoover 'said angrily: "It is a classic example of Monday morning (juarlet'backing." In the wide-ranging interview, attended by reporters from (be [New York Daily News, Ihc Washington Posi and other newspaper's, Hoover called Dr. King most notorious liar in the country" for claiming lhat [FBI agcnls in Albany, Ga., jwould take no action on civil rights complaints because Uiey the agents were Southern- ers. j An aide to Dr. King said he (was not immediately available for comment, that Ihe integra- the leader was in lhe Bahamas Pentagon To Close 95 Military Bases Washington To Disclose Units Today Workers Cel i Job Promise WASHINGTON (AP) The Pentagon will disclose Thursday 95 more military bases which will be closed. Included will be (tie long-tiwiiilcd selection of some shipyards lo he elimina- ted. Secretary of Defense Robert [S. McNnmnra told a news con- ference Wednesday the bases Army and Air Force as well as [lhe Navy shipyards will be closed gradually over a period iof years, as were 57-1 others or- dered reduced or eliminated (since loin. .Some overseas bases will be included. McNamara said they can all be eliminated "without in any way reducing our military strength or combat readiness." Ifis words obviously were couched (o forestall expected protests, especially in the case of the shipyards. Figures Provided McNamara would not idcnlify Hie bases. He said lie wanted lo allow lime for notifying "tjiose who should receive" the in- formation, including mcmbars of Congress in the 33 stales 4f- fee ted. But he added that even s, r. u''-, 'hopes lo convince officials of the menl. Jolmstoti said Uic pool i they will not be informed before M.II[ (firm that cheaper transportations-ill be needed in the testing of Thursday. reported lh-U his "clivisioiTThp "L anci burning a A .Victoria engineer and Incites; anilI the availability of vehicles. McNamara provided figures irst to bcEin ?s drivraboulichurcl1- "C SaUl tlle men were of a Canadian firm bor in Victoria make it a suit-! The rental agreement is which indicate the ice weeks ago ha Cached "ol cl'limcd' a s.le for an assembly plant, icingonl upon the firm's will include some of lhe SO per cent of Us vould be eligible to pledged that the federal govern The Jiger, designed primai-ilv1 citv Seerelirv Tnm r n ivclc lhey hiul livcd in "'ill help the committee .for. but al, te and elsewhere, lcilsl 20 the charter provides that'! "e said (he 05 bases will (urn to stale and local res ivaca Drive) to .05 miles west give that final push." Denlisls rrparl Ilial majority of loose in-lli Ihr rcsiill trf lirnsr Clam and .Simmons off on a deer hunt .lack I.IMIZ in favor o[ mild weather except for the duration nf deer sea- ,V i I 1 I son Dick Ciillen grasping''> for nn adjective lo describe the warm season and not coming up with a suitable one Johnny Crawford reminding Ihc members of (he Genevicvc Stev- enson Chnplcr, Children of Ihc Confederacy, of a meeting al 11 n.m. Saturday at Power Home .Jase Harris of Pana- ma Cily, Fin., s guest at the Kccran Hunch wilh Mr. and Mrs. .Inlin Kerrun Atrs. in only i i %-IMII i n lly V EVJC lhe SuKlhrlT thai (lie firm has only recently: IN -yr "I "I i 'I 'I Mew Publication Alleges .Pro-Axis Leaning of cuinplclcd ils fiu'ililjcs for mass' production of the vehicle, but already has a backlog of Canadian firm about IS months Gray Trial Procedure Foreman Capturcdiallegations published in l.ondon'said, i challs MiWmv New com- leanings XII had Hnnloy bringing back a Jiiiiitl Ing story from a service slalion lo conlniversy, Ihc nllendant near Ilnllcllsville of weekly news (he hunter who killed Ihreet' said newly discov- biK-ks ivilli a single shot Nil" in Honti ling Ihr b.-irk of one, Ihc "lilt soiighi to nf lhe second and head of lllc I'nitcd Slates ami third and friends wondering lo (iermany's side in a crusade ngninst the he had enough lags to go ai-minrl ICI.sic .Alluins ing n sympalhetic oar W.: Drr Spiegel snjd the Pope senl Cnlrniini, Sr. cheeking uji on llnlian .irchilcrl In Francis friends1 markmansliip and ex- Cardinal Spellman in New York Illiimnm .-...v.. ...l.__ .L.. t...i.nii- ..r n. .......n soon, when mu u-edlher is cooler he'll he try- Ing his luck .Mrs, c, Taylor nbln to be oiil (md feel- mi! bi'llcr after recent surgery llr-imle Spies explaining behalf of anli-CommunisI iTCIStlllc. Cnnliniil In Dome, wns nol iinnii'dinU'ly nvnilnblu for rimimrnl. (Dor Siiicgol Is described in I JJ HUM I I wliiil IPs like In Jlnxcd (In. politicnr" isii.inn- remlndhiK 01. lieliillnns OIK. Volenins nnd AuxllljiryiInc., as n new nicm.K'rs nf a joini niri'lini; 1, "m K'liK'i's "f Cilv, n lilRlMiflicri1 I'loMTihnl ns ilil 'Cool? Front On lhe Way j A norllior Is c.viicclri) In blow inlo the Vlrlnria area nt about K p.m. Thursday, according lo a spokesman ill (fie U..S. Wrnfhrr llurenii nl l-'o.strr I-'irltl, hill it ap- pears Icinprniturrs may nnl drop enough lo suit nrr-a (Ircr Ininlrrs. Tlic forecast calls for n low of (ill ilfKi-fci Tlmr.sday niulil. PriTeiliiig (he front, most- ly cloudy sklrs i.vilb nccii- slonnl rnln, nlong wilh n fiw sratlrri'il lliiiinli'r.vluiivi'is, arc rxpi'clrd. Ollu'l-wlsi'. T h it r s d y should In' rimiltnT UIISMSIIII- ulily dny vvilli (he li'iiiprnilni-f iraclilng us liiBli us sa doijri'fs. company on Piidn Lngnna Madre. H Due TodsiA L j j n.uvi inu i ii'MUflll   -sent. ijconvicted him of imirder williX-htNitlimn said that Gray, then heard'" rage, came lo (he car with '.'.'is-ii'.njliy Judge Juc E. Kelly. shotgun, ami lhe argumenl .......Ji In arguments (n Hie on across (lie car, and 4 .'irgimu'iits (n lhe Alipe in Austin ou'.heastcrly winds I-1 to 22 m.p.h. Thursday shift- Thursday night. Kursday tcmpe.r- jntures: High 80; low 60. j S'outh Central Texas: Mostly .cloudy with occasional rain and a few (Jiundershovvers Thursday becoming partly cloudy Friday. Colder north Thursday and south Thursday night and Friday. High Thursday fiS-75 north 75- 85 south. Temperatures Wednesday; High low ti6. Tides (Port l.avaca-Port O'Connor Lows at .a.m. and p.m. Thursday iwilh highs nt p.m. Thuri- iday and a.m. Friday. Haromelric pressure at sea level: 211.73. Sunset Thursday. Sunrise Friday. Wealhor e.vlri'ines for this dale: Low 3D in IU5U; high K7 in (Scr 13) Thli. 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