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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 21, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                McAllen Defeats Stings for District Title! THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 198 Belgium, U.S. Ready Rescue Try For Hostages Of Congolese BRUSSELS, Belgian (AP) Belgium announced Fridayj night that Belgian paratroopers have been flown in U.S. planes to a British island off Wesl Afri-i c.i to be ready if needed tori lhc rescue of whites held by Congo rebels in Stanleyville. A foreign Ministry statement said a battalion of Belgian unra-! troopers was awaiting orders on tlio Island Ascen- sion, six hours flying time from Stanleyville. The Slate Department ini Washington confirmed that thej U.S. Air Force is cooperating! with Belgium in preparations for the possible mission of rescuing while rebel-held bos-, (ages. i (ill Americans Held About (iO Americans are! among foreigners being j held by the rebels. Mosl of the] hostages are Belgians. Among the Americans being held by the rebels is U, S. medi- who was sentenced to death for alleged spying. His execution has been postponed until next Monday, according lo the rebel radio. He was captured Sepl. 20 when he refused lo abandon his Congolese patients. TELEPHONE m s-145. VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1964 Established 1146 12 Cents Connally Not Critical Of Military Cutbacks y Cost Cuts Necessitate Sacrifices i WITH CITY IIOAIW Slale Mike Foreseen Need for Joint Planning Cited by Judge Hartman lly THAI f. t'TI'lC Advoi-iile Staff Writer Connly Judge L. llart- AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) C.ov.Jmnn said Friday that cily-eoun- '.lohn Connally said Friday ho cooperation in planning will disappointed, over, but will increasingly important 'criticize, military cutbacksiand necessary in the future ami (lie. thoroughfare develops. Lust cities Ilio right however, to con- monlli using aerial subdivision of property up made by Commissioner lion lo five miles outside the city Brown, the commission laid miljlimils. To supplement this pliin- snch a proposed thoronghfarejners hope that with the county linking Houston Highway nenr'tbey can work out a program Arnold Pipe Kcnlal Co. with the to obtain cooperation of prop- TRIES JIKll SKA Amcr- days of builders trials in Die Allnntit ica, tlio nation's latest thing in air- Ocean. The test voyage was to have craft carriers, is pictured sailing ended Friday. The huge ship will be commissioned Jan. 7. (AP Photo) pictured sailing from Newport News, Va., for three I which put two Texas air bases'added thai "i feel sure lite com- llallcllesville Highway north of erly o1 joul of business and curtailed ,missioncrs will be glad lo city, in an area now out- This probably would entail j olhcr installations. Iwilh Victoria Planning the city limits. 'familiaming property owners I "We can't demand fiscal rc-sion at a proposed Dee. sos-[ This projection is based on the'und asking them to take these sponsibility and want to kcepision. jl'Jali city master plan design-'plans into consideration when ;everything just as wo'vc always: The statement came in reply ed lo show where such lhorough-ithey sell off or subdivide tracts C'onnally told newsmen at to a proposal Thursday by the fares will be needed as (he cilyjthrough which a future road a called news conference. planning commission that the continues to grow. The prou-Uvoukl pass. Connally also answered news-Two groups meet in December lo 1cm is to control development City county coordination is questions concerning his discuss planning future thor-so Uiat the most desirable rotile'bolli desirable "and necessary in budget for 1065-07, the new LU.l streets in areas remain open country a program because ulate TVT t INorther Bites Into Upper Area of State secretary of defense deckled to ijmie to do Hurlman snid. mental agencies cannol "prohib- csl in long-range 'planning" tor e and heavy frost which close some bases, it is rcgrolla-, The city planners asked for it construction or other do- such areas, Hartman said, of (heir fields' Connally said. the new meeting after discuss- velopmenls by property owners City planners moved their Temperatures at dawn rangedus has Carlson's lift; and for the safctv ('''oppcci the m.. -a of the other Americans but the Dalliai'1 in "Pper of tlie cold air mass. 'down to 24 degrees at El Paso should exceed our own selfish- woldville -1 degrees in two hours whpnj After maximum 25 at Mhnrt. he said. IVC Milaloral Action the Belgian official 1 H Ol S. Embassy in Leopoldville f has no first-h.ind knowledge of Texas during the ranged from 52 at Col- --------........-------------........lego Station Ur Before the Belgi statement was issued, a Congo government spokesman in Leo- I ilul'U rfci-l I Ifll' poldvillc said his government was opposed to any unilateral T I action in connection with the JLll JiiKM'l l Stanleyville .sitiialion. Rains that came ness. "It is one of Salt Water Pollution Board lege Stalion lo 05 al Presidio, early week norther tapered change, for I No rainfall was reported for and were confined to leadership." i 21 hours ending at 6 p.m. Fri-southeast i On the other topics Connally nJLOll i g Loses Decision (lay. The wliole stale wa a front that covered Tex: er in (he week. Arthur LOT, Kountze Dew The Weather Bureau said the eyvillc 1.27, Evadale 1.19 and freeze by dawn Saturday should Orange I.ID. No rain was re In 24 hours lo dawn Friday I _- ,'as cool from Kirbyvillc got l.BO inches, Rich- ''nn rlm I Texas carli- mond Bon Wier 1.38, Port ilre nlaklt'fi O lUCl Ai-fhm- i-m i c; Ihe time Sfiueezc he is m to get; J the time squeeze he is in to the document oul by Dec. 15 as: required. "I made, every effort AUSTIN (APJ-Dist. Judge The railroad commission's in- lOHN'SON CITY Tex (APlf Jones "ie tervention set up the unusual Texas Water Pollution Control1 situation of two state Though temperatures were not sion should have bern discussed Skin- hush city Kinili) toward leyvillc Ihruugh thick country little rrsistimn.. 5 They were reported in Brus- sels to be iilinut miles from .Stanlcyi illc. Kindii reports said IJicy were slill KM miles away. The [ielgian Minisiry announcement said that "wilii (Si-i- HKSCl'K. 1'age 9) will continue rli' 1J IVm 'Ilie ironblr pulling in your two cents' wtirlii these days, is thai it costs five ci'ius fo nuiil n ANGICl.HOLM, Sweden A Swedish airliner hit a rail- way [lower line atid crashed iu flames near here tYiday night An official rcpurl early Sjitur day said :u of the n persons 'Great Society' Aims TT f in LBJ speech J. after returning from a flying (rip to San Marcos, 50 away, where he pledged atu an all-out war nn poverty as major goal of (he "great socie-i ly" lie envisions. To Ask SIB Million Udiill said Johnson will ask Congress in January for a sup- plemental appropriation of SIC dictments pollution board's .concurrent authority over oil waste disposal, he argued. The judge's decision contra- dicted a 1D62 attorney general's (Sec I'age Grand Jury Files Indictments in 44 Cases Sr" were marihuana; Aatoni busy wilh details for the Vic-; Soulh Ccnlrjil Texas: Clear ID rxploil.Tlion and misery of .iway these chains. loriii .liiyci-r-Klles Hake Sale cloudy and cold Saturday .Johnson snid. "We can "jS'rxt wo must nmvc lo en- day from II In 12 noon al llifiiimd Sunday. temper- lie the first to enrich the quality largo the of all Amcri- VillaRc Arciide Mrs. Vclnui nlurcs likely nnrlh Snlunlny of lhc life of all." jeans. This effort is Ilio, pursuit Iliirnrl reminding all of the High Snlnrday -in lifi. ..Fohnson said his program of the great society. It is found- level: 30.2B. day morning hi De-Wilt Comity Airs. .Snliin NrHy mid fmir- ycar-nld son celeliniling hirlh- dnys by purchnsing the lilllc ran- hliii'Jeiins anil cowboy lionLsilliSV Sunday. nnil visillng Ins i Snliirdny find a.m. .Suuday.l ;'TI10y will attack (he proh-! Johnson spoke al (he immgu-' Hnroinclru' pressure al scii.leius of milking cities a decent ration of James Henrv Mc- lo livo. Tlicy will set-k InTriH-kllti ns tlie nrosid'cnl (if Sunset Snliirdny. Sunrise, MTSCI-VB Ilio beauty of the land.' Soiitnwrsl Texas Slwlo They will strive lo make il pus-land lumminced thai this coin- TIlC The formal year of mourning cinls. but of Ilic Hoiivicr Kennedy? The woninn who ('upturn! (he hoiirls of Americans anil foreigners alike as Ilic Kirs! l.ndy n[ this great cminlry nml (lie wife of our lain PrMlilenl. In Sunday's Kun .Mug. '171 tic, hi-r proscnl life. ami lirr fiilnre. Is dlsciissi-il In ilclail hy .Miller of tin- Assoclntwl 1'rcss slnff. h'uror in ifrom a head-on co'llison Ocl Atchison, Galindo, Lo- Tommic Bryan Clriggs mur- Pw aml Cnrrcra. der, inloxicaled driver of auto- Cfl'nc foreinan, said mobile killing person by acci- commended the (lent, Juiy 11, I9S4 (liny Cava-offlt'l'rs "ic law onforcement zos l.i) and lhc district and li'idnird .Nfcl-nin, assault fltorneys for their work, lo murder. I, lhe Jurors Sidney Al- I William Dean Atchison-thcft; brcchl' '-cs Mohcrly. Hoy Ad- .Adolph Ralimlo burglary B- Griffith, Paul Gary, Adolph (Jalimio ami Paul lapn Jco Brelt. hnrglary, Paul I.opez and Hub- 'eil Olivarez, burghiry nnd Ihyft- Jlr.s. mill Tuny luliiiMin IliiHy .M.irliiKv. murk n wi'ddlng nnnivorsiii'y In- Kim i nw, Wciilhcr i-xlrrmcs for tlii'iisible for every child Imm in Iliis'iminily will luivc lhc first Mr. dale: l.nw In high in.counlry In receive an I'ducnlinn center under lhc :of lhc liiglii-st qunlily lo (lie. Hm-nnlipin'ertv progrnm U'V lit' lijiei! nn 11 ultililf__ it ,.___ llohert Adolph und Alorao Ybarra, Paul und Hobert Olivarez.l burglary; Adolph Galindo andi 'l-vo.n- :Mrs- J- c- M- Mrs. Calherme Decbort, K. Tan- orps (raining cenlrr under lhc liighi-st qunlily lo (lie. Km-.anltpovrrly progrnm II is undcrstoml Canm 'puor hn is, no imillcr where iibiiudoticd helicopter   

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