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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 25, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 202 TELEPHONE HI 5-U51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 19G4 14 Cents Victoria T TT Trials for iALVyJLr Dies in r-nn i 2 U. S. LL Rebels Massacre Witco Plant Power Line Brinjfs Fall o Dralh Occurs In Ambulance LISA IS OUT WASHINGTON (AP) The United Slates made it clear Tuesday night (hat it will slick by ils view lhat Congo rebel! leaders must answer for the; murder of two Americans at. .Stanleyville. Olliciali expressed; hope that they will be run down' and face an orderly trial. The Slate Department said all other 28 Americans held hostage Ilierc were saved in Tuesday PORT HUHON, Mich. (AP (hen started looking for a snake dramatic puralroop 1 Lisa's loose and the owner fc.r somi- advice ;rcscuc. Another were freed "there's going to he quite a bit' Christine, who said she central Congolese column Neal Stringer. of of trouble." led a boa constrictor because she "P, Tuesday morning So does her landlord. In ad other ones and Akctb about 200 miles nurth- l.isa is a four-foot boa con-wanted for paid go estates And Mistress Will Be Soon Jimmy Oaklawn. a pipefitter who had been working on the new Wilco Chcmcial Co. planl at year-old Christine Anihixen and three weeks ago. "They're per-cans outside of Stanleyville still Point Comfort since Friday, died is believed burrowed in the fectly harmless. 1 think they're 'unaccounted for. Hcporls on Tuesday afternoon in an ambiK'.lcplhs of her apartment house, very she said. (heir status may be coming in lance taking him to a Corpus Assured that the snake is not She only had the- snake a week as ihc government troops pur poisonous, other tenants of Ihe or so when her previous laucl-iSUC "le 'Iwng rebels. Chrisli hospital following an ac- "building" didn't" lord found Undersecretary of Stale cidenl at Ihe construction site. too worried. Nor did the the 25 white mice she kepi George W. Hall said rebel chief A spokesman for the E. neighbors. t feed it. "With the mice and Christophc Gbenyc and nth Wolcolt construction firm, a con-, Bui the Port Huron Junior crytliins. And, well, I had msm-genMcaders_ apparenth tractor on Ihe Witco project and College coed's landlord, Joseph 'leave she said. refused lo allow The injured man was taken to Champ Tray lor Memorial Hospital m Port Lavaca and (ben put in a Richardson Fu- in tlio ncral Home ambulance that was to take him to a specialist al a Corpus Christ! hospital. C, D. Johnson, justice of the peace at Kockport, said String- er died sometime around p.m. after (he ambulance had entered Aransas County. He ruled death due to an industrial accident. Stringer, who was born Dee. IS, 1010 in Lufkiii, had lived inosl of his life in Victoria. Family Survives He is survived by bis wife, Dclores, and a Eon, Bennett hasn't come warmth ami' darkness f think shot (o death m shcs gone down there. I put a officials a nnvs mouse in a paper sack beside ba :massacre" were: City Attorney Quits in Cuero BEN 1'llAUSK Advocate Staff Writer CUEHO City Council Tuesday resignation of one rily official and iV iiiJiiointmculs. During a special called meeting, Mayor Bill Nami square issacrc" Dr. Paul Carlson from Rolling Hills, Calif., a missionary who: hail been tinder a rebol death; sentence as an alleged spy; and I Miss Phyllis Mine, 25, a'Mount] Vernon, Ohio, native, a mission- ary teacher at a children's school in Stanleyville. During the pasl week of futile attempts to negotiate release of the Americans, the U. S. gov- ernment had publicly held rebel, accepted the leaders responsible for the ifficial made two other Carlson and the approxi- imalely CO U. S. citizens m their -television ili- Tin; HANDS BY, Hiutitit bcrs ot the Nordbeim High School Kami had the right idea on how to remain comfortable TiiO.sday evening while watching other bands compete at I'atti Welder Stadium in the Region XVI Uni- versity Intcrscholaslic League con- tests. All wrapped up are, left to right in the back row. Sharon Voelkel and Shirley and foreground, Mary Pcvostorff. they were among more (ban students who participa- ted in the band events. (Advocate Photo) U.S. Aids Strike At Stanleyville I.KOI'OI.DVILLIC, The ConRo (AP) Airborne Medians and troops .swiftly captured (lie rebel capital of Stanleyville Tuesday hut white hostages unto a city square paid with (heir lives for the lout of the Communist-backed insurgents. The U. .S, jjoveriiiiK.'iit quickly urfjccl that (lie uhels be captured and i to justice for the muriler of Iwn citv fmm Americans in the massacre. south Flown in U. S. planes, .Seizure al Stanleyville, long R giari paratroops of intrigue and rebellion, onto (he Stanleyville airport al 51 dealt a heavy blow lo the for- i in. and claimed ils capture in tunes of (he Communist-oriented four minutes. U. S. t'lllO trans-'revolt, and Moscow and Peking polls (hen began landing the quickly assailed the U. S.-Bcl- lemaiudcr of the 52S Belgian gian-Congoleso operation. Iroops. I Tfie Soviet gavernmeiil ncws- Tlii-ust From Soulli i paper Iv.vostia scoffed al the Meanwhile. Ihe Congolese illea ''rive was to res- Regular Army Brigade thrust wllltc hostages. The New mio the cily from Die south. Agency called it With rescue only minutes' 'fli'fi''anl aggression." African away, 15 hostages were mowed governments friendly lo the re- down by machine gun fire in f complained over what they Patrice'Lumumba a" imperialist action. Among the dead was Dr. Paul: Mission Carlson, medical 'V Ambassador Adlai E. from Rolling Hills, Calif., said. Also ie-. u... :ci! U. S. reports ported slain was Phyllis nine, a1 missionary from ;0hio. read the letter of resignation from City Attorney! zone. Ball, tcrview said the U. Kyle Stringer. His parents Mr.' and Mrs. Leonard Stringer, rank nhcppard. Council accepted the resignation is sticking (o that ,'ictoria and Edna, iTveSnLHfkiiuVlVhlsrwobrotii1-' Shcppard will be sworn in as ers CarUf Victoria and Bobby Attorney Jan. Jj'g[ (J of Lufkin "c wo" tllc Democratic primary last May running incumbent Leonard 1 Cox ami was unopposed in the November election. Sbeppard is a Democrat. Council appointed George .Middaugli as city attorney and view. Other U. S, officials voiced ponef as (he U. S. U-N_ African group to sought to save him m far-roach- discuss lhc uig negotiations. Washington While Moscow joined in tho denied rebel charges that he denunciation, the Chinese Corn- was .1 spy and a U. S. were believed (he major. Fewer Dcudis Belgian Foreign African cmbas- Paul-llenri Spaak told newsmenjsies. Most of the Chinese sup- in Brussels: [port was believed to have been "I trink that fortunately Uiclfunncled through the new nation number of people killed will not of Burundi, bordering the Congo {reach the figure of at least 50jon the east. The Victoria High School Band bill. Cuero, A. C. Jones of liec-jwhich I qnolcd (earlier) in Par-] Spaak told his news confer- VHS Band Wins Superior Hating prime foreign movers behind the Congo .revolt, financing it Funeral arrangements are pending at McCabe Carrulh Funeral Home here. Taylor Departs Trouhled Sa All-Division Report Due hope for speedy capture of the won a class 1 (superior) rat- ville, El Campo, Nurdhcim, 'l believe il will that none of the Belgian urgenl leaders and for Regiol] XVI Univer- ise, Woodsboro and Pellus. 'close to 30 than lo 50." .'paratroops was killed and That orderly (rial of them by the sity irierscbolaslic League1 Here are Ihe other schools U. S. Slate D e p a r I m e n tithe only casualties among (hem Congolese government, nol Marching Contest held Tuesday which captured a Class II (ex- sources said an estimated 15 lojwcrc three slightly injured, summary execution. 'at Palti Welder Stadium. celleol) ratingf 20 were slaughtered al Limium- Consul in'Square gave Ihe somc students from 22 Yoakum, Boling, Square and 15 more were; U.S. Consul Michael of President Johnson ,.f. Belgian paratroopers after schools participated in (he .an- (he Victoria High shot down at (he airport hotel. Chicago, himself was in' the nual event. The judges were Eddie Gal- of Miller High School in SAIGON. Viet Njim (AP) U.S. Ambassador Maxwell D.' Tavlor left for Washington Wednesday for a top-level vinui nf nntiVv in Viet N" m N''m- noon Kvcn as he deparled, the country's Riuldfii.st hierarchy thrcalcnrrl the embaltled dvii- The first all-division repoilkecning in 'touch with Washing- llerl Kirk as corporation court meeting of Ihe Victoria aides by phone from judge. Both appointments be-United Fund will be held ;corpus Chrisli, Johnny Bank- Wednesday a, High School and imm re m man. abreas, of develop- ll'is has come effective Jan. Kirk will replace Middaugli Rcsiaurant Ken Nathan, campaign he sci cd ncanv Hi years meeting is Ball' said Johnson faced a superior, exec been'cilv to one of.lllc largcsl hard decision, bill the paratroop ori_ m-flnrnrl rtff. under Mayors the entire campaign. lan govermueiil 'T' i Hw In an open dcclaralmn of op- position lo Premier Trim Van; rescue mission was ordered aft er u became apparent that the willi two 'tjt l 'iar> made arrangements for situation had so deteriorated it Harrison "lc High School cheer- could not be allowed lo go on anil Jim' (o attend and (he meet- longer. ing which will be a pop rally He quoted the U.S. consul High Band, di- bv Fred Junkin. was the (See Page, li) By fi p.m. KST, U. S. officials square and reported only Ihe reported that 790 rescued arrival of Belgian para- tages 16 or 17 planeloads iriilroopers rushing in from Hie all had been flown out of.a'i'P01'' slaved off a general Stanleyville to Leopoldville. jmassacrc. Four olhers of his Newsman Killed (staff were safe, but attache Do- A South African correspond-jiidd Parkes, Bloomfield, Ind., ent for lhc Broadcast- was 'badly beaten by the rebel ing Co. George Clay, also beaten, was killed in (he advance ofj A" tnc other 28 Americans in 'Congolese troops. Shot in the Stanleyville were safe. Ten of 20 All former members of Trail head. Clay died in Ihe arms Americans in rebel hands Ci lVCll B Thc Crain inlcrmedialc School terest btler' the local amateur! wi" be givcn Rebel chieftain Christopher captured Aketi, 100 miles Bowman, widow n Palli Welder Band to lloiinir New Ian. Joe .Monlng in lliai will ho held and Jean NrHlnn ilue in from Municipal Airpnrl. No dale lias North Texas University for tho heen set, Thanksgiving holiday llol- Improvements, including a fis NeMmi convinced lhat Iho paved runway, wore completed weather is beautiful Hull- al the field earlier in the er( considering it the year, perfect kind of weather lor the season Dr. I'r.ink II. Dol- lerweicli of Kingsville exchang- A 1 )SC 1) VoU'.S ing grci'liuK-s with the liev. .1. f. IVIgcr, and reminiscing A I'HI' about the time in Baltimore City Manager Hill Harrison, .their solicitations so lhc cam- Council agreed to give fi- paign can be completed before naiu'ial assistance lo the lhat dale. Ciiern Avialioti Club for ;i fly- al spends must of liix time spooning around; after mar- riage, it's forking over. Okays Million or Antipoverty Program houn'Cadet Hand of Port La- iiile'Them to see "the remain- "f Congo Premier Moisc Hefngees flown back from the vaca. Calhonn liand of P o r I fmn. Of season In Tshombe. His own Congolese northern capital, many of (hem Lavaca, Industrial of Vander- addition to "The Glass lcil ''V wllilc officers (See HKHKI.S. Page fi) plays will include j erio." Hie "Visit to" a Small "Five-Finger Excicise" and] "Hell. Book and Candle." j Miss llaydon, who appeared as the daughter Laura in the' of "The Glass will open hero Dec. -I tor six per- formances in the role of the mother. Completing (he cast will be: JOHNSON CITY, Tex. The big list of projects was Shriver said the money re- The Johnson administrationiannounced 50 days after John-ii ased Tuesday "will affect im-Hegina McCally as Laura, Di- I-OS ANOEI.ES   inel'idinfi Sat-'campaign's "first major assault' i i of "d i ps y-doodle" bestowed! 'Nllv- ignorance, want and l.jyt-S upon him by I.yilln (lalirysflr. proper will be (ion on six different fronts." 'o liirtlul'ay greetings Sargent Shriver, director iMlU'OOS IKlSC Office of Kconomic Oppor- offered to Mrs. II. I'ml Hiick-l hul Prnpnsitnms will appeal-th crl today Airs. Jesse An-'0" for (lic antipovcrty pro- SAN centers, -II of which had been "Now I face another ordeal. I ncws bad feared the re- approved earlier but were in- Generally fair and a 1 i 1 1 1 e have lo tell mv wife." lllul carried out the threal eluded in Tuesday's over-all warmer through Thursday, with His wife Riilh, is hospitalized to kill him. total of approved projects. variable winds 5 to IS n )leart attack suffered 10 Oust Carlson was in the living j These camps will provide Wednesday becoming east ago amid the tension by room of his suburban Alhambra 'young men Ifi to 21 with bnsic'soutlieasterly Wednesday (hreat lo (heir son's life by borne with another son. Dwight, job skills ami work'aiul Tluirstlay. K V po c t Congolese rebel caplors. also ;1 physician; Dwight's have a way of growing up .Mrs. Until fames gelling an-j( ..I....... older story published in IMJi( ll KU he.r issue of "Tlio IJ enlilled "While House Christ- n< inns and al home rccti- .sniiiliilion will peratlng from a sore Ihronl lake one of llieir four immml Sirs, lli'ii T. Jiinlnn on Ihe look- holidays on Thanksgiving Dny, .ill Ihe Ranch near hero, training centers. I (ers in cooperation willi the pink stucco, tile-roofed home. Shriver said Iho Presidon! Shriver, head ot Ihe Office of fice of Kconomic Opportunity. Temperatures Tuesday The Congolese rebels accused A reporter asked the father I' lota! agreement and Kcnnoinic Opportunity, loured' Shriver reported that many low jhim of spying and claimed he llow fcl1 ahni'1 baying his pleasure al (lie progress lhat (he dormant army base, which oilier applications for federal Tide.; (Port l.avaca-P o r t O'-'was a U.S. Army officer. The so" S" abroad as a missionary. has been Hindi." ,was a World War II Air now are pending and that Connor area) Low at p m United States denied il. j God's will that he The projects are located in ,'i2iitisiallation, Ttii'sitoy aflernoon'ilioy will be processed as rapid-high at p.m. Dr. Carlson, :W, of suburban 'should go, I would never hold stales In every section of his top slaff men. ily as possible lo determine Barometric pressure al s e a'UOlling Hills married ami the! SLAYING, Page B) ooimlry and vnry in slxc "Tliis is one of (tie six or sev- ivhellii'r (hey incol Ihe guide-level: jfj.lhcr of tsvn gave up a high-,   

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