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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 30, 1964, Victoria, Texas                                THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 207 TELEPHONE New Gash In Saigon Stirs Row Troops Smash Funeral Unit SAIGON, .South Vicl Nam (AP) Viclnaoese paralroop- ers swinging ride hulls waded into a Buddhist funeral proces- sion Sunday nfter it turned into a sitdown demonstration against Ihe government of Premier Van Tran Huong. There alsoweie anli-U.S. overtones. The funeral was for a 15-ycai-' old boy, whom the Buddhists claimed was shot tu death by government forces during an anligovernmenl demonstration last week. Aflcr clashing wills about demonstrators, the paratroopers seized the coffin, shoved the boy's family into a hearse and took them off to Die cemetery. The new show of force bv Huong's forces is expected to trigger even more violence in, Saigon's streets and widen (lie breach between Huong's civilian regime and Hie powerful Budd- hist organization. 87 Arrested Many of the demonstrators run off with bloodied heads but there were no reports of any acrious casualties. The paratroops arrested H7 demonstrators, including four women. The males were cxpcct-i ed to be drafted into the army, now figliling Hie Communist Viet Cong in the field. The army said afterward it suspected the Viet Cong had incited the mourners lo (urn the funeral inlo another demonstra- tion against Huong. Police said one of Ihe arrested men bad Vicl Cong connections. The paratroopers moved in on the demonstrators as they sat in the middle of the street and re- fused to move. The demonstra- VICTOR1A, TEXAS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1964 KsUvtiUslird 1814 14 Cents Chutists Pull Out Congo Area Safely of 500 Slill Feared of [Mexico Crowd Panics, Tramples 24 to Death ALMOST A D1NNKH A black alley cat in Los Angeles almost had this dove for dinner, but am- bulance' driver Pete Manos, backing up his ambulance and spotted the cat in a tree ready lo pounce on the dove. Manos frightened tho cat away, rescued t'nc shaken clove ami took it inside the Central Receiving Hospital for treatment. Nurse Joanne Murphy checked the clove's heart- beat and reported Ihe bird in good condition. Classes Slated In Riot Control FBI-sponsored training class-iton, Beaumont, Bryan, Corpus I.EOPOLDVIIXE, (he Congo (AP) Belgian paralroopeis >pulled out of the Congo on Sun- day after rescuing 1.700 while hostages from Congolese rebels. But fears were expressed here for Ihe safety of 500 or moic foreigners still in rebel territo- 1 ry. Diplomatic sources in Leo- poldvillc said one more air drop of (lie Belgians had been 'planned most likely at liunia where several hundred foreign- ers are believed trapped. In a note Sunday lo the Soviet Union rejecting a Soviet charge of aggression Belgian Foreign Minister Paul-Henri ISpaak said (he fad that (he par- a troopers had pulled out was [evidence that Belgium had no {desire lo reconquer its former Congo territory, as the Russians bad charged. on Murder Reports from refugees coming out of rebel territory tell of [maddened rebels, fled Blgians at Stanleyville and] Paulis last week, being intent' iupon murdering all whiles they i could get Iheir hands on. I At least 500 and possibly as [many as whiles still arc in, rebel areas. They range from I 'groups of several hundred in lliuuia to single missionaries or plantation managers far from [any important communities, i The death toll of white hos- jtages now stands at 85. To Ascension In Brussels, Ihe Belgian De- fense Ministry said the para- troopers were flown to Ascen- sion Island in the South Allanlicl WANT ADOPTION There are seven children in the James Mac- Isaac family of Granada Hills, a Los Angeles suburb, but they want lo make it eight. They want to adopt a baby girl found abandoned in their family pickup truck several hours after its but the mother of the seven isn't sure. Clustered around the baby are Laurie, 11; Jay, Hi; Kim, 8; Judy, 10; Cheri, 17; Althca, 13- and Pat, 14. (AP Photo) tors were protesting the seizure cs on latcst rlnl comroliChristi. Frceporl and Galveston Tuesday. for their return lo Brussels on' of a Iruck in Hit procession procedures will be held in Vic-jas t of a which the army said earned island knives, clubs and grenades, 'i occupants were arrested. Route Specified "he classes will be one of sev- About paratroopers scheduled in December, part in the operation. January and Februaryjn IIoiis- Despite martial law rcgula-i (ions imposed Wednesday, the ,1 T pj procession for the boy, Le Van proj The paratroopers took off ;from Kaiiiina air base, from ursuanl a r, t T L KIU1II UI3UUUCT1 UUlautllLL IU ill Bin Police Chief John lby President1wmc1> they launched their res- Lyndon Johnson. Guscman has invited all area officers to attend the classes which will cover Ihe im- cue operation last Tuesday, in' U. S. Air Force planes. The refugees they saved in Nice Day, Accident t li: Kills Corpus Man Ngoc. But it stipulated lhat the number of participants be limit- ed to 200 and that they should] J follow along in vehicles on a route avoiding the center of Sai- gon. The procession, however, S tabbed in Fight blies and other (actors involved in [he implementation of riot control procedures. FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover ;marish tales of atrocity, torture and death. MO in Rescue About 600 Belgian soldiers< ;special agents, graduates of the1 Adam Resales, 17, of Roule 2, FBI National Academy, local1 was recovering Sunday night in p officials and others whoi northeast of Stanleyville. j lulling out of Paulis, the le started out wilh marchers: Citizens Memorial Hospital bad extensive s jn effect and a horse-drawn Iiearsejfrom a .stomach slab wound, the problems. lilo town (Q rcheis ue- carrying the botlj1. Paratroopers circumstances of which arc still Guseman as well as Police ports circulating here said the first moved in when the proce.s- under investigation by DoputyCapls. Kenneth fiosenqucst and paratroopers originally were sion veered from its prescribed Sheriff Luke Kepeda. iRobert Gisler are graduates of ordered lo search a 40-mile roule and allcmptcil to head for The youth was brought to academy and thus will aid radius of the town for hostages [lie renter of Saigon. liospila'l early Sunday morning "1C but laler were reslricled lo 20 Some demonstrators threw his mother after he arrived i T'10 primary instructor as miles lo speed the operation and stones at Ihe paratroopers but wjn, nlc Woimd. The as the silc for Ihe classes departure. About MO refuges Ihe proi'i'ssimi got going again sufficiently serious announced laler, the vicinitv of Paulis bill toward the cemetery outside (he jmniedialc surgery was re- man said. 'another 60 to 100 remain in the Cll-v quired. i According to Holierl E. liight-iarea. Sepeda said his investigation special agent in charge! The whereabouts of (he rebel WIJEMS. Va. (AP) A Navy pilot who bailed out of Ills disabled aircraft jjear Ibis Tidewater Virginia com- nuimly Saliuiliiy ended Ihings (in a nonclialaciC note. Cimlr. T. M. Kaslncr, Iinsi'il at Patuxcnl, Aid., iVaval Air Station, splashed down into wnisl-dcep wnler of the Kappahannock Ilivcr not up sli'eam froin liis jet iiirfnift hail jiliuiged into the water. A yining on a pier heard a splash and tookcil up lo .see Ifie pilol, about 50 yiinls away, gathering in liis piiriichute. In her ,'islmiislimcnt she could only say "Good morn- ing." KaMntir easmilly re- plied. "Gooil morning." EDNA A 58-year-old Corpus) Driver of the other vehicle in- Stampede Leaving o Stadium Like 'Oianl Wave' JALAI'A. Mexico (AP) Twenty-four persons were killed and :ri others were injured Sun- !day in a stampede by per- sons leaving a stadium after a Apolitical rally. "hey wore like panicked buf- said a survivor. "Those who fell down were trampled to death." The crowd of villagers and farmhands had gathered in the 'arena for a tribute lo Fernando Lopez Arias on the completion of two years in office as gover- jnor of Veracruz, The crush at Ihe gales occurred after one of Ihe speakers had invited the i crowd lo escort the governor lo ibis residence and join Ihcre in a i dance festival. Surged Forward The crowd surged forward In the excitement of the occasion. Officials said a woman was the .first lo slumble at the main ;exit, where six stairways lead out of the arena. Others tripped over her. With- seconds panic broke out, with [dozens of persons trampling 'over each oilier as the crowd in !thc rear surged to get out. "It was like a giant une witness said. "People just kept on falling down, and those icoming behind were forced to them mercilessly." Uicil of Suffocation Doctors said most of the vie- Chrisli man was'kllled, his" wife'volveti WDS Henry Edward PaMims had died of suffocation and I badly hurt and a Palacios man lerson, 69, of Palacios. His cllcst contusions. critically injure'! In a head-on collision about G p.m. near Ga- nado. The accident occurred 6.5 hicle was a Ma-model (Stale station wagon. Jalapa, capital of Veracruz in southeast Mexico, lies 150 miles east of Mexico City. Highway Patrolman Ralph Lopez Arias had left Die rally miles south of Ganado on High-i McClendon investigated the ac- "Her noon and flown by way 172 leading lo LaWardlcidcnt. He said that according from Ganado at a ooint iust'. Voi.ic.riK, aa miles away. The south of Ihe'interseS wiTh Pf' occurred a few minutes south-bound car passed a motor, after he had left. Upon his ar- Highway 111. Dead on arrival at Maurilz scooter, ran off the road on the'rival in Veracruz he was told Egyptian Double Dealing Disgusts U.S. Officials were in Both Patterson and Mrs. Cas- critical conditions, and doctors lillo suffered fractures and far "'eir lives, er injuries in Ihe collision. Both' Frantic Uush I are being treated at the Ga- tragedy recalled a slam- Inado hospital. at a soccer stadium in I--------------------------..........-.........-------.Lima, Peru, last May 25. More lhan MO persons died in a fran- HalleUsviilc Girl Along the way, Ihe pi-occvum knew they were in front of John-, area outside the city known as son's home. "Hound Hole." A fight ensued J Mrs. Johnson was al home but during which Jiosales was slab-' her husband's whoreabimls hpd. were not known s (la A.s they iwraded, stiidems dis- ,H, k ,w [f olh-i tnbuled leaflets denovnieing U.S. Ambassador Maxwell I'aRc a) TayJcir u'ho is nou" in Ilic Uu'ilcd I pi, Huong. Today's Chuckle Irale In.vi driver lo fare: "Ttu'rc'll lie no charge, laily: ynu did most of the driving." cts. t u no ntlvocaltis Sunday for excellence in u The man in the street has measures such as project; ;ven been told that Ihe Unitc.iV drawing wheat shipments The official Egyptian note yearly it is equally 'containing the apology from; thai no one is very J r home economics, the Associated !Press reported. INDEX were made Appelt .............s u. s., Page 3) iluilcd Slalc.s for talks with g O t t Prefident Johnson as "a su- O fl ft Cf I iressor of (he Vietnamese pco- kJ jj f' O kj O 11 Cf- I? H I V ,ile" because of his support for JL For Bribing Conscience Texas Keeling (lold A relic Aii rebel leaders had entered country. The ret areas as Paulis and other areas ic from which Uiey were driven by Deputy 'Prime Minister Mali-: (Sec CONGO, Page fl) I moucl Fawzi was ignored by all _..... iiewspapers and radio news- casts. Egypt's evident wish to give the United States an apology under the table while denying to the domestic audience lhat any-: thing was done has American I officials privately doing a slow I burn. Ambassador Lucius Battle too often the wl" Saturday to have LONDON (AP) Sir Winston in his last years in Parliament! Hughes accused Churchill of termed the Egyptian response ciimrhill smilingly posed Churchill in Curtain Call Despite Few Sour Notes foc.was go to the House, "slumpncver doing anything (hat respected arena press he added. Even colder weather was A_ Monrc o( {ho univcr. peeled for Monday nnd Monday Of niglil wilh top temperatures for "Spori.s provide mi exception-' Ihe Dnllas-Korl Worth area as, expression in law as Ilin 20s MoralJiy nigbl. I., nmjlclt of aggressive andi Ihe cooler nir wns 71 O lo blow on gusty winds inlo snorts soirthcm portions of Texas by nt raccl. American Medical TTI ijltive are bored by midseason." t In adolescence, boys arc more1 Lli.j. Tuesday night. ,Association. i Some individuals, he suid.j have lo direct at a single oppo- ncnl "where the object of rngcj r is while olher.s prefer. 1 the more anonymous sport, such' Tex. (Al') as football, where the largel is Dividend To He Marly .JOHNSON .Some 'I.Vfi million nraple. will begin getting million "Certain people in dividends on (heir (II Insur mice by Ihu first of Ihe year, Iho While Mouse announced Sumby. maintain over (heir more native. prefer lo 'civilization' aggression thus, are inclined toward The annnuiu'cmenl said ftentlemnn's' game of ten- dcnl Johnson luul directed and Moore sn S. (lleiison Jr., iidininlstrntur ul velcrnns nffnirs, to speed up pnynienl nf Iho dividend us Inis liiion done In recent "It is pnrlii-iiliirly In boy.s lluit (Ills iiullel Is inosl ImrinrUinl slncn we deninnd n certain ng- gi'e.Hslvcness from Ihem but Young ascent in- In Ilio tree WHS hut Ids descent proved downright riulnirrnssing. In fael, (he Kirc. Depiirlment wns ndleil nl p.m. Sumliiy lo rescue Hie hul al K. Uoselnid. A firemen riuiekly pluekcil the youngster from tbp tree, and brought lihn dtnvn lo safely, If nnl nnntnil. As firemen Here leaving, tho hoy's mother had just finished trimming Hie llnili off a nrnrliy bush, and from Hie look In her eye, r.vns In il whem it uniLld do Ihr most goinl, I'imiu'ii. llgnrlng Unit ills- I'lfillniiry urtlon nits In Ihc iitfini; ipilekly. prepared for organized team and individual competition and) HlK'k in here, Moore saici, sports providei ules and smiled as he ex iclianged waves wilh those out- side. Then hack into {thought he the curtain drilled antl another value, "an cseat.e oullcl1 AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) curtain call and for frightening and confusing den( Johnson, winding up an u-'.'canw' onl tlle window and got sexual urges." 'day slay ,it his Texas roilnlls o( Wilh greater age, Moore said.i Sunday night to Washing- Hundreds of good-will mcs one can slep buck fl bit into the j ton with Mrs. Jobn.sr- world of the oteervor, retaining! Tl'e President's J( competitor rights in more gcnllcilc" BerRStorm Air I at p.m. CST. nixhirx nf AlllOllR UlOSC lid _ 'sages from all over Ihc world games. Kir Winston had received development, showing how I science evolves from the rules any of his birthdays. As Ihe greetings poured in, of parents and how the institu- tions of society linvo likewise grown from group rules. lie described It this way: r'ir.sl, there is the "you cnu not' group of controls, such as the police nnd tho courts. .Second, there Is Ihe "you should not1 (Sec OUTLKT, Page 3) Bailey, (he President'S'tfu'rc were (i lew sour notes, am! ranch neighbor known hereabouts as "Cousin Oriole." Two new hooks about Churchill, one by Lewis Broad and another by Sir Isaiah Herlin, were re- weekly, i vinnHiv' 10 mriK hls review of the books: "The Monday 12_to 22 m.p.h., de- time winston high 68. sily as with other great person- Temperatures Sunday: 77, low n. Tides (Port Lavaca Port O'Connor Lows at IJJI.I.-3 .Illlv IIU IIKJ ILUt JCUIL III 19-15. But everything will be (or- (given him because of big I ID-pound family .1 filiof, III, o.ic a.m. and p.m., highs _ ffrtrti TJiiHfi p.m. and a.m. Tues- day. Barometric pressure at sea level: 30.26. is due pastry cook Marie Monday morning. Mrs. Floris, who is cnkomak- the President hndjviewed in London newspapers. Tuesday, plannwl lo leave in midafler- Kmrys Hughes, n I.ntor mem-. Weather extremes for mum for Washington tuit be her of Parliament from High in low couldn'l resist taking advuntngc enlillcd his review in Ihc l.aborjiail. of smnr brighl, mild wonthcr or, give liis rnnch a final going Churchill Myth Kxplodcd." Sunset Monday, sunrise01' of a" Elizabeth's i birthday cakes nnd also bakes this over. I Hughes snid all Churchill did Ir om Ihf U S Wtalhtt Virtotla CMMct. Wtjllur the royal family's wedding IB in oa'tl's' 'uls I'1'1'" making Sir Winston's birthday pantry for W data yenrs. it i (Sen HIU1U llll.L, Pago 9)   

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