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Corpus Christi Times (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Corpus Christi, Texas Index amusements Church news classified comics Page 6 2 3b 28 crossword futile Page 2b editorials sports Page 4 Page 1 b evening edition 55th 266 published Ivory Wal Day afternoon by the publishing co Corpus Christi Texas saturday May 1 1965 second class pita it Polo at Cor oui Christ to Tot 18 pages Price five cents t Jim Young registers per axe Queen contestants Joann Hoefling Yorktown left Angelika Lange Portland pirate Queen title sought by beauties pirate Queen aspirants who today were to vie for the Cov eted Buccaneer Days Honor Are expecting to win in the future As teachers secretaries and members of dental and medical professions today they were decked out in Satin blouses boleros and Short skirts or Short shorts their High Heel pumps contrast ing or harmonizing with the rest of their outfits All of the 16 Beauty Queen contestants Are Hometown and High school winners of Beauty contests most Are sponsored by their towns chamber of com maroc interests the majority Are seniors include cheer leading playing and twirl ing for the band acting and claiming their share of honors in Scholastic most of the girls interviewed at the Mayflower motor hotel today have chosen their College and teaching ranks first among their career choices secretarial training comes second with a few other Ca Reers also named most Are Honor students Angelika Lange 18 of Nuremberg Germany is a tall blonde sponsored by the Veter ans of foreign wars Post at Portland where she lives with her sister mrs William d mouche she is attending a Cor pus Christi business College Joann Hoefling 16 of Yorktown was her cites Queen Kroy she wants to be a Secre tary after attending Victoria Junior College Lynette Bau cum 18 of Refugio will attend a commercial school Kaye Kirk Texas col lege business clubs entrant is from Corpus Christi she is in the singers and wants to be an elementary teacher Katie Boyer 17 of Sinton has a Chi Nadol appearance and has 2 negro Homes store damaged j 1 i by fire bombs Indianola miss j two negro Homes and a negro store were extensively damaged by apparent fire bombs Here today and a so called Freedom House received minor fire damage Indian la police chief Bryce Alexander said the investigation is still under Way it takes a Little time to investigate these things thoroughly Alexander said the Fri state troopers the state fire marshal and the local fire chief were working together to probe what civil rights workers said was the result of fire bombs won her share of Beauty con tests Beverly Henze 16 of Mathis a musician with years of bal let toe and modern dance train ing wants to be a world his tory teacher Terry Lewis 18 from Boerne has had several reigns As Queen but her throne will be the courtroom As she plans to study Law at North Texas stale College Linda Mcendree 16 of three Rivers likes to swim and dance she will enter Southern meth Odist University and study Nurs ing Kathleen Bedre 16 of aran Sas pass and sponsored by the shrimp clan does Node Njazi dancing and will study physical education at Southwest Texas state College Linda Paras 18 of Pharr also is a dancer but Hopes to be a social worker after completing pan american College where she is a freshman Miriam Hartmann 17 of Woodsboro is in band and drama work and will study eng Lish at Baylor University Rhonda read 18 who won Many s c h of 1 popularity contests writes and will teach English Joy Mikulenka 17 of Hallettsville will study elementary education and music at Stephen f Austin College in Nacogdoches Nancy Lewis 17 of san Sec beauties Page 8 Madcap music Man Jones Dies in his sleep at age 53 los Angeles if band Leader Spike Jones the Zany musician who entertained millions with his offbeat arrangements died in his sleep Early today at his Belair Home he was 53 Jones had been released from nearby Santa Monica Hospital three weeks ago following treat ment for an asthma attack and subsequent respiratory complications Pete James his agent said the bandleader apparently had recovered from his lengthy sick Ness until he suffered a slight relapse yesterday afternoon his personal physician was called and remained with him until he died James said Spike Jones also at Home were Jones wife Helen Gray co a former Singer with his City slickers band and their three children born Lindley Armstrong Jones at Long Beach Calif in 1911 Jones started his musical Ca reer As a drummer in swing bands of the Early 1940s he said he got the idea for his noisy style of music when he attended a classical con Cert and heard the conductors shoes squeak kept thinking How funny it would be to substitute an outrageous sound for a musical note he said his first recording was a see Jones Page 8 3rd us Marine killed in dominican fighting Parade to illuminate buc Days sparkling floats decorated with pretty girls in dazzling holi Day costumes Wal highlight the annual illuminated Buccaneer Days Street Parade tonight the hour Long procession of floats and bands will wind out of Buccaneer stadium at 8 pm March Down Leopard Street Awrence Street West Shore Ine and break up near memory Al coliseum thousands of persons Are expected to line the Parade route o View the annual Parade a nature of the 11day Buccaneer festivities which were launched thursday the weather Bureau has fore cast near Ideal conditions for to nights Parade the forecast from 7 to 10 porn s for partly Cloudy skies with Empera lures from 68 to 73 Southeast winds will be 10 to 2 Miles an hour no rain is in ight today full slate of activities got under Way Early with an 8 am twirling festival at Carroll Ligh school Tennis and pistol tournaments girls from out of the City Mcgan competing in the Texas irate Queen contest rational in atthe Flay lower Motel judging was to be held in the afternoon with the name of the Winner to be announced at tonight stadium Parade show one of the loveliest band of pirates Ever to storm a City was o land at 3 pin to capture Cor pus Christi in the traditional in Vasion mayor Mclver fur Mari lad a proclamation prepared to surrender the City a pirate lag was to be run up the City Hall flagpole symbolizing the eign of the pirates and Days of in and frolic Furman and City councilman ack Blackmon were to be Tak n to the Marina and forced to Valk a Plank for dunking into the water parking along the route f tonight Parade will be banned beginning at 6 pm to a the Buca raders will again Tage the giant Parade seats for the stadium show an be purchased at the Staci m general admission seats in ome sections Are available at 1 for adults and 50 cents for Hildren reserved seats on the ast Side sell for each at 2 pm today Drill teams were to compete in memorial coliseum and a precision Drill exhibition will be staged by the Marine air detachment of Mem his Tenn the marines will March in tonight Parade along numerous Drill units from ver the state other events today included he Buccaneer music festival which continues at Del mar col Ege auditorium choir compete Ion at first methodist Church and 4pm sad boat races a la front carnival and the Little Tate track meet dynamite blasts us consulate in Canada Montreal i a dynamite bomb exploded at the us consulate Early today smashing 78 windows and six doors the floor through an elevated passageway Between two parts of the consulate building was badly damaged by the blast the bomb was placed under the passageway no one was in the building we Haven clue at All As to Why the bomb was planted said us Consul general Richard Hawkins this is very unusual for Canada there have been ant american demonstrations protesting us military action in Viet Nam and the treatment of negroes in Selma Ala but these were conducted by advocates of nonviolence there was a series of bombings in Montreal in 1963 set of by French speaking canadians seeking Independence of Central government Rule for Quebec province police estimated six Sticks of dynamite were placed in a 30foot corridor which is about four feet above ground and connects the two unowned buildings rigged gun Houston newsman is killed in Booby trap Houston f a car Booby trap a pistol wired to the steering killed Melvin Leon Steakley Houston Chroni Cie religious news editor Early today police said a 32 Caliper Pis Tol had been fastened to the steering column of Sleak Leys Yolks wage pcs wire arid tape another wire was connected from the pistols trigger to the clutch of the car Steakley 37 father of five children apparently fired the pistol when he stepped on the clutch weather forecast for Corpus Christi and Vicinity partly Cloudy to Cloudy through tomorrow warmer tonight Windy Tomor Row afternoon Low for tonight 6470 High for this afternoon 8084 and Tomor Row 8488 wind forecast Southeast 15 to 20 Miles an hour this after noon with winds tonight South East 8 to 12 Miles an hour Southeast 15 to 20 Miles an hour tomorrow with gusts to 25 Miles an hour in the afternoon temperature downtown at noon 78 degrees relative humidity 52 per cent barometric pressure 3015 highest temperature yester Day and lowest this morning International Airport 7854 chamber of Commerce 7967 water temperature at port Arkansas this morning 74 de Grees Sunrise am tomorrow Sunset pm today Moon Rise am tomorrow Moon set pm today Gulf of Mexico tides High pm today and am tomorrow Low pm today and am tomorrow rainfall for 1965 is 885 inches 06 of an Inch below Normal weather Hap Page 5a he stumbled 49 feet along a downtown Street before he col lapsed and died on the Side walk he had been shot once in the Center of the Chest a bed of adhesive tape had been fashioned to rest against the steering column against it was a Block of styrofoam just the the pistol police detective t d Muckleroy said the wires had been neatly twisted and clipped it c b Massey said the underside of the dashboard appeared to have been wiped clean the police Laboratory found no fingerprints on the pistol or bullets in the Pearl handled five shot revolver the bullets had been wiped clean they said Massey said several hairs were found on the inside of the tape and further analysis was scheduled he said a partial see newsman Page 8 soviets request meeting at in by Robert Berrellez Santo Domingo dominican Republic a a third Marine was reported killed today by snipers As the dominican civil War entered its seventh Day with out sign of a setup the fighting continued despite a ceasefire agreed to by the warring factions the Marine was shot by a rebel sniper on the iks embassy grounds two marines were killed there was considerable firing in the Vicinity of the embassy intense Rifle fire continued in various parts of the City in the predawn hours slackened Dur ing the morning then picked up again at noon rebel leaders fighting for the return to Power of exiled former president Juan d Bosch admit Ted they did not have Complete control of their men who include armed civilians and dissident Young military officers the state department said that 17 marines had been wounded there Are an additional eight wounded among us armed forces there no names were released state department officials re ported the total number of refugees involved in the us Mili tary evacuation has climbed to 3328 fighting went on through the night in the eerie Light of Para Chute flares the soviet news Agency Tass announced that the soviet Union had asked for an Emer gency meeting today of the in Security Council to consider the situation in the dominican re Public Tass called the us landings armed intervention in the internal affairs of the dominican Republic act of us a new aggressive imperialism the us state department said in Washington it would have no immediate comment on the soviet move us ambassador w Tapley Bennett announced the cease fire went into effect at pm yesterday but indicated to news men that foreign elements might have taken Over the rebellious movement army col Premo is fatally injured it col Oliver Perry Premo 53 of Ardama suffered fatal injuries Early today when his car went out of control on a curve in the 1300 Block of la Guna Shore Road and Over turned the Accident happened at am Premo died at am in a local Hospital of multiple injuries Accident investigator ii c Garrett said Premo was alone when his car left the Road it travelled 284 feet before coming to a halt Dunne Langham funeral Florae will announce funeral arrangements promos 1958 Sedan Over turned twice Premo was assistant director of Supply at Arad Mac he was assigned to the station Here in August 1964 a native of Porterville Calif Premo is survived by his wife Rosl Maria of Corpus Christi one daughter miss Nancy Carol Premo of la Jolla Calif a sister mrs Pat Schiminine of Beverly Hills Calif and one brother Barney Premo retired Navy Captain living in Cashmere Wash the promos lived Here at the married officers quarters 141 at naval promos body willbe sent to California for funeral services and burial president Johnson said in a statement in Washington last night there were significant signs that people trained outside the dominican Republic Are seeking to gain control of the rebels Bennett said the rebels and the opposing military Junta see Marine Page 8 belly dancer Princess becomes Baroness London to a belly Dan cer heard yesterday that she had become a Peerless she is Malayan born Shirin Berry 26 who under the stage name of Princess Amina has belly dance in night clubs and cabarets All Over the world she is married to Bongo drum Mer Tony Moynihan 29 who be came the third Baron Moynihan on the death of his father they met when he played the Bongo Drums for her Fiji club act their marriage in 1958 caused a society sensation Moy Nihan said at the time so called friends who Are supposed to represent the establishment in this country have gone out of their Way to be utterly offensive they think i have letdown the British aristocracy Moynihan the eldest son of he Barons first marriage used o be the Delight of London debutantes his Rock n Roll parties became famous but in 1956 his Amber packed him off to work on an australian sheep farm before leaving Moynihan admitted he had secretly married actress Ann Herbert the year before their marriage was Dis solved in november 1958 and a month later he married miss Berry they first went through moslem ceremony in North Africa and later married in a civil ceremony in London they have a Young daughter Miranda who accompanied them on their last variety tour which took in Sydney Tokyo Long Kong Kuala Bumpur and Singapore during the last two years the new lord Moynihan a her former chairman of the Liberal party executive was due to appear at Bow Street Magis trates court next week to face an accusation of Impo tuning men for immoral purposes he had a stroke on thursday and died in a Hospital yesterday whats the it depends on who talking by Robert s Boyi b ims Dally Newi Washington the Domini can crisis has forced the us government to engage in a series of deceptions what some officials say publicly they contradict privately what other responsible authorities reveal off the record is de Ned by others on the record theres nothing new about official evasions they Are regrettable byproduct of most International crises like John f Kennedy fake cold at the time of the 1m2 cuban missile affair officials who Are forced to fib Are of to unhappy about it but they say they cant be hound by sunday school Tara this weeks Menta in the dominican c 1 i 1 War from wednesday through yesterday officials from president Johnson on Down publicly insisted that us troops were sent to the Caribbean solely for a humanitarian purpose to protect americans and other for eign nationals but atthe same Lime various officials in Washington and san to Domingo Laid heavy stress in private offt Hereford on additional political Pur pose the need to prevent a communist takeover sometimes two versions the purely humanitarian and the a steal were go run by Inlet flex by duh writ a Crew obviously both c a n n o t be equally True some wondered if the of the re c o r d communist menace want being exaggerated to justify the troop movements others however like sen James 0 Eastland miss chairman of the Senate internal Security said the Castro St peril is very real lets face it said Hep Dante Fascell Fla the communists had infiltrated and their pros were taking Over from the Young rebel officers thank Jod our intelligence was a lot better this time we had to move quickly and of did Here briefly is of the president Johnson went on television wednesday night and said to us marines were land ing in the dominican Republic in order to give Protection to hundreds of americans who Are still in the dominican Republic and to Mort them safely Back to this country yesterday presidential press Secretary George Reedy was still insisting that was the Only reason for the american Mill Lary intervention even though there Are now 42h us room in Sanlo Domingo and half the american already had been evacuated that remains it official line i Ivan if but As Early As wednesday evening the president privately was telling congressional Lead ers of his deep concern about a Castro style capture of the dominican Republic and later that same night a High administration official de tailed for newsmen evidence that three pro communist organizations were Active in the uprising similar discrepancies occurred in the Public and private of the state depart ment and defense department on thursday a hip ranking us Navy officer Tom newsmen that the american troops mis of Tow besides evacuating civil ians was to let that no conv new nest government is Mesiab Llull in the dominican Republic the same Day the us embassy in Santo Domingo privately listed 52 dominicans trained in Cuba Czechoslovakia or the soviet Union who it was said played key roles in the re Bellion Back in Washington however the Pentagon referred All Quer ies to the state department where press officer Robert me Closky Laid officially yester Day he had no of alleged communists and could not com ment on their activities the official state department position remained that the specific Mission of the troops was to protect us and foreign citizens who us an in daa Ger off the record however state department sources said there has unquestionably been significant participation by extremist leftist elements in the insurrection communist activities it was reported included shooting is suing propaganda and trying to organize a provisional govern ment clearly there Are political and diplomatic reasons Why us officials feel they cannot Tell the full truth about american intervention in the dominican re Public unfortunately every the government tells a lie its credibility suffers in the Long in the Cost of official feb inf May be terribly nigh

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