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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 27, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 204 TELEPHONE HI J-USI VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 19G4 26 Cents Sliced in Half By Luxury Cruise Ship WASHINGTON (AP) Scc-; jielary of Stale Demi Husk and Foreign Minister, 'Gerhard Schroedcr agreed! 'Thursday thai a NATO nuclear I fled can be established despite i growing French opposition and British coolness to it. The issue was the chief topic: of talks which were climaxed' Thursday by a joint commit-; niquo expressing hope that agreement on Die multilateral.' force MLF "will hei VIOLKNCE 19 Perish Students in Cairo Attack In Atlantic U.S. Embassy, Library Disastcr CAIHO (AP) LUCKY Thomas, 2G. formerly of Dayton, Ohio, has bc- cisne known as Npw York's dancing schoolmarm. Schoolteacher by day, Irfl, and Broadway chorus girl by night, right, is the life of the pretty redhead. Nightly .she appears in "What Makes Sammy and by day teaches in Manhattan's Junior High School 79. There's a good chance the dropout situation may not he much of a problem in Manhattan, providing of course, thai talented Miss Thomas maintains her dual pro- fessions. (AP Photo) African students pi: )icached soon and that as .........tilt Thursday and pillaged the U.S. Huiuircds of started mid he was overpowered.in downtown Prague were dam- ,il Uie receut-'liv screaming Africans who aged. The Belgian F.mbassy r 11 111- i IVtUJlllVillUll UUIll I I member nations of the Alliance jlemol.iai to possible would participate.' ly-dcdicated .John F. Kennedy 1 piled up furniture and bedding, Iho it with gasoline and set jit ablaze. ____________ ______ Diplomatic informants said: Embassy compound. Ambassa-; ln Prague, the Czech govcrn- Irore Die brunt of Die nllac'k by! v rcrsons Aboard about BO demonstrators who: NEW YOHK (AIM The lux- smashed 2-1 windows with sitiilom, trim ticiv flag- damagmg funiilure inside. jsnj ,sracl] in haU Some W carrying placards and tanker early Thur.s- a fog-enshrouded illiat since their first mcclingidor Lucius B.itlle called it a meiil apologized lo Ihe three ami Schrocder'had nmplej-dastarclly deed." I Western ambassadors Ll time to study tbe This Was 0[ thc adsjlheir cmliassies were attacked.jnnli-Amcrican slogans. entered iliiy ln [against thc MLF by Georges of Communist-cheered violcncej Violent demonstrations courlyard of thc Atlantic. Nineteen lives Pompidou, the French U.S., British and Bel- out in Nairobi, Kenya. Hundrcdsjbassy building and damaged 15 tos( Massacre Repeated By Rebels in Congo llv agreed that- lU.S.-Belgian airbonu ,ij agreeu inai Uions lo rescue white hostages French position, rjonji0 spelled out by Pompidou, con- T( (lispule Ule mmy mo. i tamed few new elements. ,jve claim H was an ncl of 11-ranee's opposition to the _MLtV s ialisl agercssion. a mixed-maimed fleet of to sur-; In Cair lho ,ibm.v lhe LEOPOLOVILLE. lhe (AP) Belgian paratroopers flown In U.S. planes seized rebel Paulis before dawn Thursday Slanlcyville. bnL as al Stanleyville they could not prevent a last-minute mas' sacre of while hostages. At least 21 foreigners died in face ships armed wilh 200 Po-: jlaris nuclear missiles, has been i known for years. Bui despite the who reached lhe cily al city, across lhe ycilcd throats m Jhe same lime, killed from 2CO to :100 rebels, said reports from The while mercenaries and Congolese Iroops were clearing out snipers in Ihe European quarter. The rebels were still barracs in e compound were burned put. Only inside when completely person allack one (he from Kenya and urging other African nations to intervene in the Congo. Sammy Maina, organizer of the demonstration, said his group wanted African interven- tion in the Congo "even if meant starting a world Ult lix-l uiv i.nuv-.ii.nj -.11, I ri VlllX JI1SHH1 WJIL'Jl I'JU IIIU LIU t U V wide Congo River. Planes flown French leader's speech, Franco........---------------------..........._.............-----------......------.............._ war." The tlireo embassy buildings six missing men, ministry officials apologized further dent outside the U.S. Embassy1 and showed hostility toward the i demonstrators. The attack on the British Em- (Sfc STUDENTS. PaRn ID) ary pilots Wasted the ls tlot- expected to break its tics k "wilh rockets lllc Nor'h Atlantic Treaty, by mcrcena machine-gun fire. j Organization. A U.S. Embassy spokesman! No Alfornalivc said the "mosl dangerous pcri-j 0 od in Slanleyville may begin! Commons mass killings. Firsl ofjt011jght." [no altern; reports said 50 whites had died. He noted .rebels holed up political considerations, Among thc dead was an -i the upper stories of buildings! American missionary, the KcvM I have been sniping presu-' .losepli Tucker. Portland, Ore.' U.S. Given Police Recover ing in the House oi! Wilson probably had {11111112 O 1 T 1 lative because of do- O I ,N f t f) 11If) I j tsl-s I if tsls is I Y boviets He was beaten to death along; wilh at least 1C, other whites at A the Dominican mission at Pau- T UTTO lis. Far (o the south, Die rebels'T recaptured the town and VjUHilU strip of Punia, used as a for- ward operating base for planes supporting the forces al Stan- mably have lacked foocl also was jr party. Wilson's aim) it is believed here, to the incident and promised all but offi- pay the repair costs 1W1 cially conceding Iheir death. A spokesman said aboiil Czechoslovaks watclicd the mci-1 U9 pcrsons ioai'd the two sliips, 4i of them on the tanker, when they collid- ed shortly after 2 a.m. A cutter and a tug remained with the derelict how of the tanker, unable to take it in tow Until seas calmed. They were prepared to warn nwny other .ships from Ihe drilling section of the tanker. Twenly-four other tanker crew members, including a woman stewardess, were saved by a massive sea and air rescue mission, carried out 35 miles off U. Glenn Fulcb said that 21 Ihe New Jersey coast, amid treacherous swells and high A 17-year-old youth was In custody Thursday night, and: rjngs {or men and loyvillc. Punia, about balhyay between Kindu and Stanleyville, O Hills, Calif., TOKYO (AP) Communist China announced Friday it will lake "all possible measures" lo between Kimni ann sianieyvme, ......T Ufno, was used by while Congolese rebels as a headquarters before their w> never remain Tho, Pi-ntMtinl Diplomatic observers concede! Moscow nottstanl meoi- Thursday started lasl Monday in a by the official Soviet depressed mood because of Wit- news agency Tass. son's speech of the same day. Racked wilh lhe pledge of! Joined Forces "necessary assistance" lo the Some specialists, both Ameri- Hanoi regime, it was [he tough- sentenced lo death as a spy and Phyllis Kine, Cincinnati, Protestant mission who survived were planes were hit by ground (ire. whrt in its struggle government. with the With manv in tears, Ihcv reading of what Wilson said andirilol'y American warplanes. un-iin the tight of some diplomatic' II speculative Western 'nort casl of Stin imcnt WaS tlle N'ewHv and savagerv of the rebels, nouhcasl of Stan from air miles nui UIL-HSI ui [China News Agency. {Nuns lold being raped and pa- A force of 267 Belgians seized! lhe airport after a brief skir- mish and began evacuatir aboul whites. They released several dozen whiles from a single room in Dominican mission, vivois described heat some of their fellow to, fcl lr lmlson and take tagcs, Buma, on thc ors lo death. Their accounts dif-! ali llnfsa'1c measures lo stop frontier, or Watsa m the light ;es reportedly London, some optimism characterized talks Thursday. The communique's reference received reports that talks in Washington Maxwell D. Taylor, U.S. Lhciambassarior lo Saigon, might Saturday night. A brick bail been occurred "I was awake through the display bridge it was very ]shorlly before p.m. Palrol-ifoffiv ,we couldn't see." man F. G. Robles, who was' Rpscuers Praiseil driving a palrol car a short.] In a tired voice lhal was lillle away al the time than a whisper, Kendorsen call was received, reached the i praised the Coast Guard rescue HOUSTON boy wasiseene "'no to provide a de-ioperation: "They got ships and shot in the back by a sniperjscriplion of the Irio. planes out there very quickly. It early Thursday as he and an-! The two boys were iho Job IVc cvcr scpn other yotiDi crossed a field near i bended al p.m. in the my life. They got a plane oul the Manned Spacecraft of East Church the log. I don t see how Physicians said the bullet scv- One of the boys had a ring cnllltl scc- Youth Shot By Sniper is aimed at uj Liniguii, j decide to carry Ihc in fro.m lhc waist down thc Communist Bruce Prario, 13 alsoofHous- lon, lold officers he and Garri- son were headed loward a pond for cluck hunling in Ihc early ;Viet Nam into noi "Those who hatch mlvw.ti.rtel These sur Imperialists and call on Ihc pco- more parachute landings were might become iow P'c the lo rescue more has-', German pro} lri ln QTI'I tagcs, Buma, on thc Congo s stressed fered nn the numbe.r killed, aBRression of the Unilwl northeast were considprecl likely havn in inn it hnitvnon 17 ami and Bclginn impcria hstslargets. Several hundred wines j.._.n_ bottles gainst the ConV P iare .reported in the two towns. J d0 acainsl their victims who had1 On Nov. 2-1, the U.S. govern-: Dcmonslralions agamsl Amcr- LULU LH 111 1 s, iiu that Die remain ii The Soviet Union will not ,.........-.....-ing raped It said: iraded naked through the "The Chinese government The story of the massa- express great indignation ere al Stanleyville was told over the and strongly protest again.s'l.and over again. 'members will the crime of aggression in Lcopoklvillc, there Heel thc U.S. -md Bdgiun reliable rcporls that one or, collccr'n (hat thc a bilateral U.S.'i0[ a Socialist country ijccl, observers is prepared to give it the1 necessary the arc reported statement wilh the August atory air strikes ered Thomas Garrison's spinal cord. The boy, M, underwent surgery but doctors said ho was his possession taken in the In the instant, overwhelming confusion of the collision, some jlankcr survivors found them- y selves in the water, swimming burglary. Subsequent investigation nil 1 I- II l'l LL] Fulch floblcs Detective Harold ,or (heir ]ive McCiiltough Pa rolmen ilcye t thc or whv Goyncs and Carl Ziegler mdi-lsumabi bsnmc o{ lhe yictims caled thai the 17-year.old any realization of y was Ihc brother of the 13-year- what was happcning. old boy. A check al Ihe rcsi-j conlrast lo tnc th' jtlence indicated thai Ihe youth; ahoartl lllc pa travail said, new Soviet hours. Officers quoted Prario as sa Carrion not >-cl homo- lhe Shalom recovered quick- moaning and saying he WHS! However, the youth's parents ly from lhe initial shock of the shot in tbe back. j brought him lo Ihc police sla- collision. They lined Ihe rails i i i'i their hands tied behind them "jmonl, league with the Belgian leans and Belgians meanwhile said one shaken survivor. [government, flagrantly in Commimisl capitals. TD ,vnu, J Prario told sheriff's deputies heard a car door slam and m! uuu sniiKcn survivor. M...I 0--..... The Kcv. Mr. Tucker died aft-i'arKC scale military action Communist China announced; todays Lhlickle cr '15 minutes of such a beating, against the people of the Congo'it survivors said. occupied Latest reports from Stan- force." leyvillo said at Icasl 3D whites' Peking sairl, "The were muwcd down hy the rehelsj government aml there Tuesday when the with the people of Afri-s approached the center ofica and Ihe rcsl of the world.! the cily. The Belgians and Inke all possible measures lo; while-led Congolese soldiers, give firm support to the people ___ of the Congo in their national 'liberation struggle." Tho 1.000-word Chinese state- ment made no incnlion of how Peking will help lhe Congolese rohels. I Referring lo lhe parntroop take "all possible meas-i Stanleyville byfures" to help the Congolese re- bels, saying it "will never re- "n indiffcrenl" lo the Belgian (See CONGO, Page 10) Hafoy sitter: A (ccn-agcr who behaves like a grown- up thc grouii-iips arc out behaving like tcrn-ngors. lion shortly after police of the women passengers Abby YIILK SEASON IIKRK Thanksgiving Marked By Prayer and Feastingj Air, am'. Mrs. l.eroy and son of Corpus Chrisli due jxilicy. Earlier this year, (he Soviet Union Ihrcalcned In pull oul of, Laotian peacekeeping machin-! iery. Ex-Premier Khrushchev! illinen privately indicated that tlie "'threat was a result ot the Krcm- youngsters while their dad-'Kn'sfoss of influence over Ihe rebels, Peking sain, Prayer and feasting ushered !ies- on at events in lhe tron- U.S. government's claim'in Ihe Chrislmas season dad high-kicking Southeast Asian peninsula. vehicle speed away in the American retaliatory air strikesiual, against North Vietnamese bases rhc. sa.11' hK, in the Gulf of Tonkin area. wounded chum in the field and The Soviet comment, while a motorist and condemning the American] wc'u raids, made il clear lhat theLflarr'T Soviet Union had no intention of'Vs' getting directly involved in the <'le son. of 'Mr and Mrs- William c; Viet Nam crisis. jCummmgs. Western analysts (hen atlri-l bided tbe Russians' aloofness lo; differences with (he Communist j Chinese over Southeast Asia; Futch said statcmenls laken from all three presence of their parents. w c r mink coats over Uieir naja- in thelmas lo watch the rescue op- INDEX eralion. Both ships were equipped wilh rattar and there was no clue as -----------to why, despite heavy fog, they i i.did not see each otter in time to collision. Both captains, s'apjwrpnllv on advice o! super- .......s (Sri- DISASTER. Page 10) operation to save white hostages; Changed Form of Mass To Go Into Effect Sunday 'gradual, gospel, creed, prayer A layman in the pulpit, called lof Ihe faithful, offertory anthem a commentator, will lead the an and Ixird's Prayer in English, congregation in its re By PAT Advo'cale Staff Writer Four centuries of Rom Latin will be retained for sorac'lnc priest's prayers at the altar. pretly morning errands clone to Olio nnd OVCI, Klidiir Sfhiirncniiinn discussing lhe different methods for (lie processing of meats such as sausage, ham nnd Ihe like Tasln feeling belter and enjoying lhe sunshine .luck Kennedy mil being able lo con- his curiosity wilh friends U.N. In forces, U.S. ill along been (Sec CHINA. Pagr in) sinning con- s throiiRh Ihe den ahlcs wilh their US N'-M- cliarloltc' N'-C" lake. lerparf an in other ril.e.s Si8, A offcr its prwcm slnicliirci it" nt uniformity throughout UiCi- churcb, thai the mass was Wit' ATI I F l{ m ilc slnrclnre; I .1 li.vlv Norllioi- Halls In iM'id-Stalc American mess balls, I.SIHI lier-mnn orphan's and oldsters also foaslcd. Among U.S. troops in Orma-ny, Ibe U.S. 7th Army alone had !for ils tioon meal rnnsiimplion pounds of lurkcy. togclh-cr wilh shrimp cocklail. Clirislmas shopping season. In Cleveland, Ohio, a man blinded in an industrial accident Ifi years ago, gave (banks for his recovery from burns suffered in Ihe accident hy inviting Ul needy people lo his home lo dinn on a IG-nouiul lurkev. resulted in Soviet (Christian world, agreement to supply some light !illt thc (lrst develop-1 military armamenls ami ot lhc council calcd by nomic'assistance. Ihe late Pope John was decision lo reduce the role of Latin in the mass, a fixture in il almosl as old as lhc Catholic! masses. Uasically, Ihe rhnngcs are ;dcsigned to make the members Partly cloudy to c lo ud y of the congregation more active Holiday Traffic through Saturday, with mostly participants in the service. southerly winds 10 lo 15 m.p.h.1, "These Monsignor Cooler Saturday. Expected rcquircil a day temperatures: Low 50, (U.ai ot planning, for some South Central Texas: lime now, over 100 laymen from Partly the four parishes in Ihc cily, Calhulics will hear St. Mnry's l Iron) KtiiKSVlllo.   

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