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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 28, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 205 TELEPHONE HI 5-14JI VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1964 Kiliilillshfil 12 Cents New Policy SHATTERED In Viet Nam Port Explosion Discounted Burns Family Tavlor To Sec Ncui LHJ Tuesday i morning explosion hospilahzed JOHNSON CITY, Tex. Port La vac a family and The White House sought (o, caused substantial damages to play down Friday any idea thatilhcir home here Friday, some dramatic change in U.S.; Henry Hegcmeyer, 25, his policy in South Viet Nil in is a wife, Connie, 18, and daughter, foregone conclusion. iMarcie 22 months, were hos-Malcolm Kilduff. assistantipjtalized at a.m. Hegemey-White House press secretary, er suffered first, second and announced that President John- ihird degree burns, Mrs. ,1'iH r.rinfm1 Timcilnv in fii-cl n nil cnfnnH the blasl blew the north wall about six inches from the foundation from lop lo bodom, and blew n picture window, located on west side of Ihc house, a dislance of aboul 75 feet. Two windows from the East side and the bathroom door also were blown off. The blast also damaged the kitchen and also ignited a mattress. Dodson reported 19 volunteer and all Port Lavaea Fire De- Death Toll In Congo Reaches 97 Cannibalism Reporls Noted LEOPOI.DVII.LE, the Congo .5 (AP) Official reporls of mas-j__ sacres and cannibalism reached Lcoiwldviltc on Friday night, raising the known number of while hostages slain by Congo- lese rebels in the past week lo 97. Victorian Killed, 5 Hurt in Crash !j slaughter in a remote village in origin was reported lowed up Ihe announcement Thc home is with an assertionthat the pur- inicrseclion Streets. pose of the- meeting "is not to Tjl] awi EVa su. make some horrenduous deci- chjcf sion. ........................_._ .Not Itllleil Out _ These sources insisted the x-l -w r I -m O current -eview ot the Viet J_jlJJl til V silualion is no more dramatic J J than a dozen or so high-level Protested that while no dramatic J. -L LVyVi- in [Kilicv is inevitable, a change: CA1RO (AP) 'Ilie United Slates protested vig- [Xll._........ in policy is nol being ruled out f" Tnvlnr who returned Thur-i- oimisTylVklay against an orgy of arson and pillage by States at African students that left the Join, F. Kennedy me- reiiily has begun a.series of con-jmorial library at the American compound in flaming fereiices in Washington with ruins. Johnson's key diplomatic advis- U.S. Ambassador Lucius Battle handcdjhe protest ers, including Secretary of Stale: Dean Husk and Sewclary of Defense Robert S. McNamura. oil I'honc Kilduff reported Ihat Johnson :1 cnmnlclcd [1" lo- Hcgemcvcr was reported Stanleyville's African qiiarler o'ifair condition, his wife 'he section on the left Idaughtcr in good condition Fri-'bank of (he Congo River Dodson V al Red Cross said. Tin-oafs Cut j The bodies were mutilated j beyond recognition, with throats cut and cannibalism suspected in several cases, a Red Cross spokesman added. "ft was like a charncl house] people were slain on top ofi other a refugee said on arrival in Lcopoldville. 1 Earlier reports bad said 28! i bodies were counted. The re-] mains of those slaughtered were buried Friday aflernoon. Refugees from Paulis, anoth- er city in the northwest Congo, Fand Abml Shad1' "s. er city in the northwest Cong T, .T 'foreign minister of the United !brougjlt back reports Of mass VI 'll t i Itlf'llrtll Aral) IlcPibhc. Shadi's cx-icrcs in village of Wamba, ITJLCll 1- pression of regrcl was imdine post They sa ssa- a had been on lhe phone talking; I) with Rusk, McNamara and (Joll George Hundy, his special as-j I JijMars Probe .ered unsatisfactory, U.S. mmy es said. -eorge sislanl for national security af- fairs. Kilduff did not link thesi talks directly will) South Vie Nam. There has been C0mumiiication Washington Friday forced post- I CAPE KENNEDY, Fb. (AP) alscwhcre that Taylor's return; ,oncmen[ Of an al home for conferences might the Mariner 4 a prelude to an extension of the Jlars [0 pjcturcs and .ttempl to spacecraft anti-Communist Viet Kilduff announced as 45 white hostages may have been killed. These Secretary of Stale Dean Huskjrcp'oris Were nol confirmed, lad sent tlie ambassador a mcs-i C'ounlei-atlacks sage saying he was much tlis-1 while tlie new accounts of tin-bed by Thursday's horl-or reached the capital, gov- and this was conveyed to troops (urnL.d backj authorities. several rebel counteratlacks in Attacks Organized j Stanleyville. The rescue opera-j WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. An American who witnessed tions by Belgian paratroopers; Michael Hoyl told ncws- CONGO REPORT Michael Hoyl, right, U.S. Consul to Stanleyville, The Congo, tells reporters during a news conference of his recent treatment at tlie hands of his rebel captors. A member of Hoyt's staff said rebels tried to force them to cat a U.S. flag "but il was made of loo durable ma- terial." Consul Relates Trials in Congo One Survivor On Critical List AiKocalc Srrvkt head-on collision ul" two cars miles south of hero early Friday mumim; left :i -Ili-yoar-oUl Victoria man dead' and a Victoria County woman crit- ically injured, four oilier persons were hospitalized with injuries. Dead is Ernest K. VanMelre of KIOI! Airline Kouu. a Dul'ont plant employe. Listed in critical condition at 11 Memorial Medical Center in I i 14> 1 Oil Corpus Chrisli with internal I til 11A  J- Us I t-1 I a spend Ihe holidays willi .Mr. mmuling mission ever banded riving riday fur a visit will, liis grandmother. Calll ICIdon D. Spiegelluuer of Vic-1 although he was one of conversation Friday will, his le I, i da ar- j n( co raPa possi-'toria missed most of .he excite- passengers aboard (he ship Ernest, Sp.egelbauer, AIIHII.I. v niucn youiici uni. i maiden voyage to the Canb-jsaul he had retired for the eve- sliced through'a Nor-ibcan. !ning and that he felt the impact au.1 ins Va.h, vy Hakn- and iVork where the collision oc- assigned 'to Clear lo partly cloudy Sal-1 1'y ISOill'd LOllSlClCI'CU ,lmo Iater a mmhcr iask .iisrover who "A. C." Ihrough Sunday .Wllh, I J _ J0, hi Investigate Wreck lore wiimini! first in winds 15 to 25 m.p.h. h'{ o ficers of Ibe vev receul band competition Saturday becoming variable sj NEW YOUK (AP) An inter- The tanker was cut in two the Slial- Itini taking wife. (0 ir> m. p. b. Salnrdny nighl. hoard of inquiry wasithc heavier liner, which was 'gm ran with the rest1' when the shooting began. Hoyt said he ducked into a courtyard: and. ,-iHlioiigh hi.': watch was stolen, be judged Ihat HI to 15 minutes elapsed before Ihe first Belgian para- trooper reached Lumumba Hovt said neither he nor Ins (Sec COUNSUL. I'ago 31 Today's Chuckle Tlu- life of a l.ill eolleclor sn'l all hail. Almost evciy- me asks him lo call again. Million Gif I Ignores Kin-It's All For Friends CHICAGO (AP) A 78-year- Covelli he wants to distribute old insurance compay employe the cash while he is alive to won court permission Friday to watch his friends enjoy it. give away St> million of his for- (ioddard assured the judge tune to 25 friends. that the S21.000 annual income A daughter and two other friml stocks he retains will blood relatives were ignored. lu-ep him coinfoitably. Lawrence L. Goddard told Goddard established in outbound three hours from New The Associated Press report- Expected Saturday nviling all 11 the baffling Thanksgiving Day ed later lhal none of the York on a gay, llktny Uesl tn- South Central Texas: Clear to collision of the Israel liner Shal sengers aboard the Israeli luv SUNDAY PREVIEW "Clinrlnlli! low 72. liilchini: a ride downlown for Tides (Porl hankimi purposes Air. mill Connor Mrs. I ins Hall "If I" 'I'cx- a.m. and p.m. Saturday a-, ami planning to come back lo and liilJhs at p.m. Salur- Lavaca Porl O1- I.ows at day and n.m. Sunday. Baromelrl.: pressure at sea Saturday. Sunrise Diillns n day or so l-'mlilk Sinn hcA wondering why il alwass happens In be Stl.W. Ilial line can cat lhe IH'M1 Snnsel d n nfler a Miinpliuus Thiinks- .Sunday. ,m.jil and Inlkiniii cxlrcmcs for tills Ituvs Al.lcrinun dtile: High III! Ill 1025 niul UW7; w.in.ln-iii" iinw nianv lunches low 111) In IflHil mill IffiO. oiilinncd lurkcy Miiul- i r lutiiTmimcm n. llif IIS W MI.I Office. on i.-- r mirtai crnnlionni "waters. That left it of the collision Hut the time lo Ihc Israeli nnd Norwegian appara us on hot, vessels jmi7C ,hc bvernments to set up a foinl vns supposed Jo guard agams th ,oard to seek tlie cause of the crash, ami [o nssess damages. Such n probe already was under illsciission. Ninellen crewmen of the tank- cr, Slolt Dagnll, died In Ihc col- lision nl n.m. Thursday, 35 miles off Point PlcRsnnl, M.J. IVonly-foiir olhcrB wcro saved by an nir nnd sea rescue open a tragedy although it has fulled before, notably in Hie 1056 collision of the Andrea Darin nnd the Stockholm that claimed 51 lives. Presence of radar Is nol enough, Coast Guard spokes- man said, adding; "Tlml doesn't motm the rndar was turned on, cr thai anyone wns BOAim. Pngc :ll nrcldcnl to niin- of (ire in the waves. The Victorian, a draftsman .or Pont, was bound for a 10-day Caribbean holiday cruise, nil now will continue his vaca-' lion in New York. Having spent some time in Ihc Caribbean 10 ears ngo, Splcgclhauor hnd .ung looked forward lo a return Irlp such ns this during which he could visit points of Interest which he missed before Circuit Court Judge Daniel A. irrevocable trust which aflet i his death would give the hold- ings to beneficiaries because o( "kindnesses accorded the do- nor." Judge Covelli granted his request Friday to dissolve the trust and distribute bis holdings now. The original trust and the new arrangement both note, "the donor lias intentionally made no provision whatsoever" for f'rixl- dard's daughter, Florence: :i Niece. Margaret I... or a ne- phew, I.eland. Goddard explained he had nol received the same "kindiies- sess" from them .lodge Covelli previously had deferred his decision unlil God- ilard could appear in court, answered yes when the judge asked him if he knew what he was doing. (loddard's attovuev. Almore 11. Teschke, said lhe dissolution now would mean a lamer slKi'-e (or the beneficiaries. Gift taxes, which (iodilurd intends to pay, (See till1'T, Cloaslal Jtnvel Hox '-.laiuily little Porl O'Connor Imlay srems a Jrwrl box spilled seaward to land's end by Pass Cavallo." With this Inlrodnclion columnist Kd Syers explores Hie price Port O'Connor lias paid through the years lo hold Ibis lauil and the ilclmnimition of Us to stay. Kcnd il Siinilny on Hie editorial page. C.liri.slniiis levelling anil novel gifts In Bliiindance Hie Clnislmas shopper again lids year. Somr the things t" look for arc described in lutvcrtlsrmenls and stories In The Advocate's annual prc-L'hrislmas shoppinii cilillun Tln-iUcr Trnlt of Six 'llioatrc murks a iiiilestoiie ncvl Frl.lnv evening wllli I In1 of Tennessee Williams' "The" Glass MpmiKi'rli'." The event Is la Kin, iMnuiuliie III (hi- Siuulay rillllon.   

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