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13A-THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE, Monday. April H. 1975 29 Persons -Killed Special Olympics Track Entrants State Qualifiers In Beirut Skinnis i parade of athletes. Mayor C. C.

Carsner Jr. made welcoming remarks, and the' Special Olympics flame was brought into the stadium by Eddie SandhopJr. Groups with participants Included Beeville Independent School District, Calhoun County TARS, Cuero Outreach, Devereux School Buildings 1 and 4, Edna Outreach, Jackson County TARS, Victoria Work Activity Center, and Victoria TARS. Winners of events included: quick resumption of the Geneva conference because the Kremlin would like to see a greater degree of agreement between Israel and Egypt They added that the Russians hope to avoid a confrontation with the United States which could further endanger superpower detente. -A Cairo magaiine said when Egyptian Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmy goes to Moscow later this week he will make It clear that while Egypt appreciates the Kremlin's role as a power friendly to the Arabs, it will refuse to let the Geneva peace talks become polariied ith the United States and Israel lining up on one side and the Russians and the Arabs on the other, -Egypt's cabinet resigned Sunday, paving the way for President Anwar Sadat to form a new government to attack domestic problems that have sparked two urban riots this year.

Egypt's official Middle East News Agency said the resignation was submitted by Premier Abdel AM Hcgaty during a meeting with Sadat in Cairo, The agency said Sadat will make a nationwide speech Monday evening to outline his policies on inflation, housing and food shortages and transportation problems. The new cabinet will be Egypt's eighth since Sadat took power in October ISTu. Official sources said the new cabinet will be named Wednesday and sworn in the following day. 3 the trio proved futile. The whereabouts of the girls is the center of a search by Fort Worth private investigator John Swaim who was retained by their parents and came to Calhoun County in hopes of solving the mystery of their disappearance "from the face of the Earth," he said.

FATE STILL UNKNOWN Despite an anonymous informant's directions that the bodies ot Mary Rachel Arnold Trlica, 17, left; Lisa Renee Wilson, 14, center; and Julie Ann Mosley, 9, would be found somewhere In a stretch of bridges covering five miles along State Highway 35 south of Port Lavaca, Sunday's search for $4,000 mReuardsOffered Contlnued began offering in excess of $4,000 in rewards for information leading to location of the girls, dead or alive. The parents waited anxiously Sunday, as each bit of new-found clothing, or each new possible lead was investigated, and sadly rejected. 1 "Not knowing is driving everybody etazy," said Mrs. Mosley. "But, the waiting has been the hardest part." They waited in a motor home stationed mid-way between the outposts of the search area, small posters with pictures of the girls and the reward offer taped to the camper windows.

They were nervous, worried, and at times irritable, and constantly concerned. Swaim and Woods both conceded prior to the search that finding any trace of the girls in the marshy, undergrown areas along the highway would be next to impossible, even with all the help that was available and that which was offered. "Why, I almost fired a man over this project, because when I saw what this area was like, I knew it was almost hopeless," said Swaim. Even as he and Woods determined how they would go about searching the snake-infested swamp bogs, offers of boats and volunteers poured into Port Lavaca, some from as far away as Corpus "Everybody has been real nice to us through this," said Mrs. Mosley, "and we appreciate it." Numerous possible grave sites were dug, and several witnesses interviewed who might have come into contact with the girls, but nothing could be developed Into a solid lead.

Discouraged by the events, Swaim and Woods terminated the search at 3 p.m. Swaim said that no further efforts would be made in Calhoun County to locate the girls, and that his clients had instructed him to continue the investigation, and that he would not accept any proposals that the girls be declared "officially dead" until evidence was found to prove it. When last seen, Mrs. Trlica was wearing an orange and white striped blouse with high-waisted jeans, and brown shoes with heels. She was wearing wedding rings, a gold dinner ring with diamonds, and a heart-shnped pendant.

Miss Wilson was wearing a yellow T-shirt with "Sweet Honesty" written on the front in green lettering, blue hip-hugger pants (three button), red and white oxford shoes, and a white gold diamond promise ring. Miss Mosley was last seen wearing a red long -sleeve blouse with blue denim jeans and red tennis shoes with white toes. That was four and a half months ago. By The Associated Press Lebanese rightists and Palestinian guerrillas clashed Sunday in suburban Beirut, leaving a reported persons killed and 19 wounded. Members of the rightist Phalange party, which is opposed to armed guerrilla presence in Lebanon, and the Palestinians gave conflicting versions.

Police refused comment. The Phalangists said Palestinians opened tire on celebrants at the Inauguration of a church in the middle class suburb of Ein Rummaneh, where party leader Pierre Gemayel was presiding. They added one of their Beirut offices as blow up later. According to the Palestinian news agency Wafa, Phalangist snipers ambushed a busload of Palestinians as it passed the church en route to a refugee camp. It said 26 Palestinians were killed and 19 were wounded.

A Phalangist spokesman reported a party member and two other persons were also killed. Official silence reflected the government's fragile authority over the Palestinian guerrillas and the militant Christian Phalangists, who maintain a wellarmed militia estimated to number at least several thousand. Lebanon is the campsite (or an estimated 12,000 Palestinian guerrillas and their presence has shaken the Christian-Moslem balance of Lebanese society. The Phalangist party, with more than 65,000 members, is opposed to Lebanese-based guerrilla attacks on Israel for fear of Israeli retaliation. Premier Rashid el-Solh met Sunday night with top army and security officials in an effort to head off further violence.

The clash came as Palestinian leaders, including guerrilla chief Yasir Arafat, gathered in Damascus, Syria, for a meeting of the central committee of the Palestine Liberation Organiiation. In other Middle East developments; Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal Alton said Israel was facing pressure from the United Slates for a Sinai settlement ilh Egypt, but that the Jewish state would resist compromises that would endanger its security. He spoke to newsmen before flying off to London and Washington. I Officials in Jerusalem said one plan under consideration involves giving up about halt the Sinai, including the strategic mountain passes near the Suei Canal, in exchange for a nonbelligerency declaration from Egypt. They said while this proposal may be discussed in Washington, it would not be presented as a formal negotiating position.

The Jerusalem sources also said Israel believes the Soviet Union is not interested in a COUP (Continued Prom Page IA said two men identified as Gen. Djogo, tormer director of Tombalbaye's military staff, and Col. Djimet. former police commander, also had been freed. The attack on the presidential compound by the army and national police started shortly after dawn.

Some tiring was also reported around the Koufra military camp in the center the capital city, formerly know as Fort Lamy, 4 The Republican Palace Guard resisted the troops, and throughout the morning the thud ot mortar and artillery explosions and the rattle of automatic weapons could heard from the direction of the battle. Odingar called on military forces to return to their barracks and ordered a curfew from 6 pm. to 6 a.m. He said the airport was closed until further notice. The general urged French troops stationed in Chad not to become involved in what he said was a purely local affair among the million people.

He said foreigners would be protected. Following Clamor p-'-i-'---- I DEATHS And Robert Hopper Funeral services for Robert "Bob" Hopper, 73, ot Austwell who died Saturday in a Refugio hospital, will be held at 3 p.m. Monday at the Ttvoll Presbyterian Church with the Rev, Al Seddon officiating. Burial will be in the Tlvoli Cemetery, The body will lie in state at the Colonial Funeral Home until 12:30 p.m. when it will be taken to the church tor services, Pallbearers will be Maurice Sessions, L.

Coon, Boots Odem, John Hudson, I Fraiier and R. L. Mackey Mrs. Morula Advocate News Service PORT LAVACA Mrs, Margaret Merida. 65, of Port Lavaca, resident of Calhoun County for 39 years, died at Saturday in a Port Lavaca hospital after an illness of several months, Mrs.

Merida, who formerly resided in Smithville, was born Nov, 16, 1909 in Bastrop County. She was a member of St. Joseph Baptist Church ot Port Lavaca Funeral arrangements were incomplete Sunday evening at Baretteld -Green Funeral Home. Speneer Henry Advocate News Service CUKRO Services for Spencer Lee Henry, 87, of Cuero will be conducted at Freund Funeral Home at 2 p.m Tuesday, The Rev Jack Harris, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, will officiate Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Mr. Henry died in a Galveston hospital Saturday.

Tl XV i lie A KiK Partly cloudy Monday-through Tuesday, with a chance for show ers or thundershowvrs Monday. Warmer temperatures during the afternoon. Southeast winds 15 to 25 h. and gusty Monday, becoming west to northwest 6 to late Monday, Expected Monday temperatures; High near So, low Monday night near W. Shower probability Monday; 20 percent.

Extended forecast, South Central Texas and Southeast Texas; Partly eloudv Wed- Tk oon 5 0 (I AiS tMW ASM fr-54 1 I Approximately 150 special education students and clients from special programs participated in the District Special Olympics.Track and Field Meet at Pattl Welder Intermediate School Saturday. Hosted by the Victoria Association for Retarded Citizens and the Victoria TARS (Teens Aid the Retarded), the event qualified contestants for the State Special Olympics May 28-M at Memorial Stadium in Melissa Verdine, 1975 poster child for VARC, led the opening hyarooasm Mlltt Aw I Div. 4 -Prriti Ha. Devereux, Aae 10 II. Div I.

Kocurek, Deveretu Ted Jackson, Viciorn TARS. Age. IO-t9. Div. I 1.

Mirk Perish, Devereux. Age 10 11, Oiv. 3 I. Keven Herris. Devereux.

i tfjtwin Blunt, Port Devereux 3 Dm wove. Port Levaca. Age 10 II. Oiv. I.

ftooert Bullock. Devereux. 7. Robert Ranget, Devereux. 3.

David Freedmen, Devereux. Age 13 15. Div. I I. Frank Skellv, Devereux.

3. Ooughlast Jennings, second. 3. Tie, Brian Hodsnire, Oevereux, and James Rodriquei, Beeville. Age 13 IS, Oiv.

3-1. Daniel Sieden, Devereux Michael Contas. Devereux. 3. Steve Bediilo.

Port Lavaca. Age 13 IS, Div. 4 Richard Dimas. Cuero Outreach, Age la II, Div. 1 -1.

Tie. Keaven Leech, Devereux, and James Grant, Victoria TARS. Age 16 11, Div. 1-1. Charles Lacke.

Devereux. Age II, Div. 3 1, Juan Garcia. Victoria TARS Age 14 U. Oiv.

4-1. Muroh Mcknight. Victoria TARS. J. Peppe Goniaies, Bee Work Activity Center.

3. Leslie "Buddy" Johnson, Vlcto'io Work Activity Center. Age 35, i. 3 I. Tie, Mike Gomej, Bee Work Center, Paul Gomel, Bee Work Activity Center, Andrew Montier, Port Lavaca.

Female Age ti ll, Div. 3-1. Jamie Andrews. Devereux. Age 10 13, Div.

4-1. Julie Harklns, Devereux. 3. Lisa Bakulich. Vktoria TARS.

Age. 13 IS, Div. 1. Shirley Lewis, Victoria TARS Age 1315, Div. 3-1.

Maria Angiano, Port Lavaca. Age It II. Div. 1-1. Krlsten Carlson, Victoria Work Activity Center.

Age 16 II. Div 4 I. Dora Adams, Bee Work Activity Center. Age If 35, Oiv. 1 1.

Janie Ortlt, Port Lavaca. Age IMS. Div. 3 1. Gail Evans, Victoria Work Activity Center, Age J5, Div.

3-1. Margie Brifi. Victoria Work Activity Center. 1. Angio Hernandei.

Bee Work Activity Center. Age 36 plus. Div. 4 I. Frances Walston, Victoria TARS S0ARODASH Males Age Div.

1-1. Sercy Trigg, Devereux. Age 10 13, Div. 1 I. Nathan Kocurek, Devereux.

3. Edwin Ray Kacer, Jackson County. Age 1011, Div 1-1. Mark Perrish, Devereux. t.

Ted Jackson. Victoria TARS. Age 10 13, Oiv. 3 Darwin Blunt, Devereux. 3.

Keaven Harris. Devereux. Age 10 13, Div. 4-1. Robert Bullock.

Devereux. 3. Richard Mack. Jackson County. Age 1315, Oiv.

1 I. Doughlass Jen flings. IS. Oiv. 1 1.

Johnell Robinson, Jackson County. 1 Daniel Sieden. Devereux. Rodney Jansen, Devereux Age IJ-lS, Div. I.

Loyce Teltt, Devereux. I. John Worthington. Devereux. Age 1315.

Div, 41. John Portera, Oevereux. 3. Rusty kasppr, Jackson County. 1.

Tie, Juan Romo, Jackson County, Ray Villarreel. Victoria, and Frank Rios. Port Lavaca. Age I II, Div. 1 1 Keaven Leech, Devereux.

I. Bobby Britt. Victoria Work Activity. Age It II- Div. 1 1.

James Grant, Victoria TARS. 1. Lacke, Devereux. Age 16 II," Div. 3-1.

Juan Garcia, Devereux. 1. Pepp Goniaies. Bee Work-Activity Center. Age It II, Div.

4 1. Murph McKnigM, Victoria TARS 3 Buddy Johnson, Victoria Work Activity Center. Age 35, Oiv. 4-1. Tie, Mike Gomel.

Paul Gomel, both Bee Work Activity Center, Ag IS. Div. I. 1, Frank Oavila, Victoria work Activity Center. Age VMS.

Div. 1 t. Margarito Vasouei, Bee Work Activity Center. Age 36 plus, Oiv. 11.

Manuel Gill, ktoria Work Activity Center, Females Age Oiv. J- 1. BeaEllidge. Jackson County. Age I t.

Oiv. 4 1 Patricia Rucker, Jackson County. Age 10 13, Div. 1 1. Brenda Rucker, Jackson County.

Age 10 Div. 1 1. Jamie Andrews. Devereux. 3.

Lisa Bakulich, Victoria TARS 3. Patrie Ledwig, Cuero Outreach. Age 13 IS. Dov, 1-1. Shirley Lewis.

Victoria TARS. I. Letticia Rodriguet, Oevereux. Age 13 IS. Dov.

3-1. Kathleen Mathls, Cuero Outreach. AgeiS IS, Div. 4-1. Elaine Buesing, Cuero Outreach, Age 16-It, Div.

4-1. Dora Adames, Bee Work Activity. Age 35. Div. 4 1.

Rosemary Castillo, Vittorn Work Activity Center. 1 Frances Carta, Jackson County. 1. Angle Her-nandet. Bee Work Activity.

Age 3tplus. Div. 4-1. Betty Meek. Victoria Work Activity.

3. Frances W-eislon. Victoria TARS. 100-YARD DASH Males Age I I. Richard Mata.

Jackson County. Age 1011 1. Nathan Kocurek, Devereux I. Mark Perrish. Devereux.

3. James Riggins, Port Lavaca Age 1315 Stanley Taylor. Porr Lavaca. 1. Brian Hodsnire.

Devereux. 1. Oougniass Jennings. Devereux. Age 16 II I.

James Grant, Vietoria TARs. 1. Kevean Leech, Devereux. 3. Charles Lacke, Devereux.

Age II 35 Mike Gomel, Bee Work Activity. 1. Paul Gomel, Bee Work Activity. 1. Margarito Vasouei, Bee Work Activity.

Female Age 10 11 I. Jamie Andrews. Devereux, 1. Peggy Garia, Jackson County. Age 13-15 1, Shirley Lewis.

Victoria TARS. 130 YARD RUN Male Ag to 11. Div. 3-1. Nathan Kocurek, Devereux.

1. James Riggins. Devereux. Age IS IS, Div. 1 I.

Doughlass Jennings, Devereux. 1. Michael Fiiiebrown, Devereux. 3 Frank Skelty, Devereux. Age 13 IS.

Div. 41. Joe Bonut. Port Lavaca. 3.

Tony Hinman, Port Lavaca. 3. Albert Saiinat, Port Lavaca. Age It II. Div.

4-1. Charles Lacke. Devereux. 3. Tommy Lee.

Port Lavaca. 3. Timmy Lee. Port Lavaca. eat YARD RUN Male Age 10 11 1.

Robert Bullock, Devereux. Age 13 IS 1. Daniel Sieden. Devereux. I.

Loyce Tettt, Devereux. Age It II I. Keaven Leech. Devereux Femaie Ag. 10 11 1.

Jamie Andrews, Devereux. 110 YARD RUN Maies Age 10 13 1, Keaven Harris. Devereux. 1 Darwm Blunt, Devereux. 1, Robert Bullock, Devereux.

Age 13 15 1. John Worthington. Devereux Age It 11 1 Charles Larke Devereux. 1. Keaven Leech.

NO SHUTTLE RELAY Males Age 13 IS 1. Frank Skelly, Doughlass Jennings. Charlrs Lacke. Brian Hodshire. Devereux 3.

Michael Comas Daniel Sieden. Mark Parrish. Matthrw Kocurek. Devereux. 69 YARORELAY Males Age 13 IS I Love Tettt, Devereux.

Michael Contas. Devereux: Douonlass Jennings. Oevereux; and Frank Skeily, Devereux 3 Brian Hodshire Devereux Michael Fiiiebrown. Devereux Rodney Jensen, 4nd Luis Ibarra Devereux. 1 STANDING LONG JUMP Males Age Div 3 1 Searcy Tnggs Devereux FUNERALS Eugene Jurena Advocate News Service YOAKUM Eugene Jurena, 42, of Houston died Saturday in a Houston hospital, Mr, Jurena was born Nov.

17, 1932, in Koerth, near Yoakum, and had lived in Houston since 1957. The body will be brought to Yoakum Monday morning and a rosary will be recited at 8 Monday at the Buttington Funeral Home Chapel, Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church with the Rev, J. BSly officiating.

Burial will be In the Koerth Catholic Cemetery. Survivors include his wife Delores ot Houston; six sisters, Mrs. Mary Rainosek, Mrs. Agnes Rainosek and Mrs. Betty Meinke, all of Koerth, Mrs.

Lydia Havel and Mrs. Emma Wick, both ot Sweet Home, and Mrs, Dolphie Mueth of Copperas Cove, two brothers, Steve of Koerth and Johnny Jurena of Bay City. Attack Reported Bv Vietoria Man Jerome Cook, ot 119 George, told police that he as struck from behind "early Sunday, knocked down, and a blue money pouch removed from his trouscr pocket. Cook said the assault occurred about 1:10 a m. while he was walking in the into block of East Santa Rosa.

He is the owner and operator of a local shoe shine parlor. .1 earner nesday through Friday, Mild Wednesday and Thursday, Turning cooler Friday. Low temperatures Wednesday and Thursday near 60 northwest to low 70s south. Low temperatures Friday mid Sos northwest to near 70 south High temperatures Wednesday and Thursday near SO northeast to upper ls southwest. High temperatures Friday mid 70s north to mid SMs, Precipitation Sunday; Total tor year; 2 2o inches.

Temperatures Sunday; High 7.Uvl Barometric pressure at sea level; 29.78, Tides Pr Lavaca-Port O'Connor area; Highs at am. ami tows at 1:27 m. and 3M a m. Tuesday. Sunset Monday, sunrise Tuesday, Payroll Taiwan Visit Due by Rocky Age 1 1.

Div 1. Parris Head, Devereux. Age 10 13, Div. 1 1. Ted Jackson, Victoria TARS.

1. Billy Goodwin. Devereux. Age 10 II, Div, 3-1 Nathan Kocurek, Devereux. 3.

KeeVin Harris. Devereux. Age 1013. Div. 4-1.

Robert Rangel, Devereux. 1. ichard Orake, Devereux. 1. David Waidrop.

Devereux. Age 13 15, Oiv. 1 I. Brian Hodshire. Devereux 3.

Stanley Taylor, Port Lavaca. 3. Frank Skelly, Devereux. Age 13 15. Div.

1-1. Rodney Jensen. Devereux. I. Michael Contas, Devereux.

1, Joe Bonui. Port Lavaca. Age 13 15, Div. 4 I. Smith.

Devereux. 1. John Porter. Devereux. 3.

Ray Viliarreal. victoria. Age II II, O-v. 3-1. Bobby Bntt, Victoria work Activity, I.

James Grant. Victoria TARS Age It II. Oiv. 4 1. Juan Garcia, Victoria TARS.

1. Charles Lacke, Devereux 3. Murph McKntgM. Devereux. Age IMS.

Div. 3-1. Paul Gomel, Bee Work Activity. 3. Mike Gomel, Bee Wurk Activity.

Age 19 35. Div. 4 1. Margarito Vasquei, Bee work Activity, 1. Edward Sendhop.

Victoria TARS HIGH JUMP Males Age 10 11. Div. 1 1. James Riggins, Port Lavaca. Age 13 15.

Div. 1 I. Brian Hodshire, Devereux. 1. Frank Skelly.

Devereux. 3. Luis Orta. Port Lavaca. Age.

13-15. Div. 4 1. Charles Lacke, Devereux. 3.

Doughlass Jennings, Devereux 3. Luther Smith, Oevereux. SOFTBALL THROW Male Age II, Oiv. 4-1. Richard Mata.

Jackson County. 1. Parrish Head, Devereux. Agii Oiv. 3 i-- Searcy Trigg.

Devereux. Age 10 II, Oiv. 1 1. Sammy Huft. Port Lavaca.

Age 10 11, Oiv. 1-1. Gary Angiana, Port Lavaca, 1. Ted Jackson, Victoria TARS. Age 1011, Div.

3- 1. Richard Mack, Jackson County. 8. Keaven Harris. Devereux.

Age 1013. Div, 4 I. Edwin Kacer, Jackson County. Age 13 15, Div. I 1.

Frank SkeHy, Oevereux. 3. Pablo Salinas, Bee Work Acitivity. 3. Eddi Baitaiar.

Beeville Independent. Age 1315, Oiv. 1 1. Steve Badiilo, Port Lavaca 3. Albert Salinas.

Port Lavaca. 3. Ray Viliarreal, Victoria TARS. Age 13-15, Div. 3 I.

Ralph Mylius, Cuero Outreach, 3. Michael Contas, Oevereux. 3 Rodney Jensen, Devereux. Age Div, 4 1. Juan Romo.

Jackson County. 1 Richard Dimas, Cuero. 3. Johnell Robinson, Jackson County. Age 14 II, Div.

1 1. James Grant, Victoria TARS. Age It II. Oiv. 1 I.

Bobby Britt. Vietoria Work Activity, Age It II, Div. 31. Timmy Lee, Port Lavaca. 1.

Tommy Lee, Port Lavaca, 1. JuanGeriie. Victoria TARS. Age It II. Div.

4-1 Murph McKmght, Victoria TARS. I. Peppe Goniaies. Bee Work Activity. 3.

Buddy Johnson, Victoria work Activity. Age IMS, Div. 1 1. Paul Gomel, Port Lavaca. Age IMS, Div.

4-1 Andrew Montier. Port Lavaca. 3 Mik Gomel, Bee Work Activity. 3. Simon Sandoval, Victoria Work Activity.

Age It plus, Div. 1-1. Manuel Gill, Victoria work Activity. Age 36 plus, Div. 3-1.

Ralph Kitchens, Port Lavaca SOFTBALL THROW Females Age 1 1, Div. 3 I Bea 6 llidge, Jackson County. Ag. II, Div. 4 Patricia Rucker, Jaekson County.

Age 1013. Div, 1 1. Brenda Rucker, Jackson County. 1. Jami Andrewv Devereux.

Age 10 11. Div. 1 1. Peggy Garia. Jackson County.

Age 10 13, Div, 4-1. Julie Harttms, Devereux. 1 Lisa Bakulich, Victoria TARS. 1. Patricia Ledwig, Cuero Outreach.

Age 11 15. Div. 1-1. Lettkla Rodriguet. Port Lavaca.

3, Shirley Lewis, Victoria TARS. Age. 13-15. Div. 3 I.

Kathleen Methn, Cuero Outreach. Age 16 'I, Oiv. 4-1. Dora Adamet, Vietoria TARS 1. Cristy Carlson, Victoria Work Activity.

3. Josephine Zamor, Jackson County. Age IMS. Div, 1 I. Janie Ortli.

Port Lavaca. I. Margie Britt. Victoria Work Activity. Age IMS, Div.

1-1. Rosemary Castillo, Victoria Wortr Aettvitr. 3. Frances Gari. Jackson County.

3. Gail Evans. Victoria Work Activity. Age It plus. Div 4 1 Betty Meek, Victoria Work Activity Center.

1. Frances Walston. Victoria TARS. GYMNASTICS Males Ag I Srch Triggs, Devereux, championship. Age 10-11 Robert Bullock, Devereux, championship, Ag IJ IS Luther Smith.

Oevereux. Olympic. Fmalt Age 10 11 Jamie Andrews, Devereux. Olympic. VIETNAM (Continued From Page 1A) Premier Long Boret told a news conference' that Ambassador John Gunther Dean suggested to him Friday that he invite Prince Norodom Sihanouk nominal leader of the rebels back to Cambodia In a bid tc end the Cambodian war, bu that Long Boret refused.

Thi dispatches said the evacuate U.S. Embassy compound li Phnom Penh looked like a ghos town Sunday and that rebe forces were pressing in l': miles from Phnom Penh airpor and at Bos Kraing Antrung. si) miles west of the city. Hand-to hand fighting also was reportw 10 miles west of Phnom Penh, In Bangkok, a Foreigi Ministry spokesman saic Thailand will continui recognizing the Cambodiar government "unless Phnom Penh falls and a new government is legally formed." The Thai Command announced that it has ordered reinforcements to provinces along the Thai-Cambodian border. At the same time, more than 200 evacuees from Phnom Penh arrived at Utapao Air Base, marking the end of the evacuation named -Operation Eagle Pull." In all.

276 persons were airlifted out of the Cambodian capital, including the U.S. ambassador. -In Tokyo. Foreign Minister Kiichi Miyazawa said Japan would go ahead with its S16 million commodity aid plan to Hanoi despite possible objecHons. He spoke after returning from talks In Washington.

Ford Plan Approval Claimed NEW YORK Newsweek magazine said Sunday, that President Ford has approved a plan called "Operation Talon Vise" to evacuate up to 200,000 South Vietnamese whose lives would be endangered by a Communist takeover of the country. However, the magazine said some Pentagon officials believe the plan to evacuate select politicians, military officers and civil servants might require up to six divisions to carry out and might ultimately lead to renewed fighting by U.S. troops in Vietnam. Newsweek said the plan calls for special efforts in behalf of Vietnamese who worked for the Central Intelligence Agency's Phoenix program, which allegedly liquidated thousands of Viet Cong sympathizers and supporters. According to the magazine's account, helicopters would be used to pick up evacuees from outlying areas who would be flown out of Tan Son Nhut air base aboard giant C5A cargo jets or picked up by U.S.

ships at Vung Tau, 40 miles southeast of Saigon. They would be taken to the Philippines and other countries, Newsweek said. Two Hurt In Accident A woman and a child, occupants of different autos, were given first aid treatment for minor injuries Sunday evening following a two-car accident at Main and Airline. Police Officer Richard Jones said that a car driven by Mrs. Betty Jean Borden, 39, of 603 N.

Cameron, struck the rear of an auto driven by Gilbert Vega, 48, of Route 3, while waiting tor a traffic light. Neither driver was injured, but Pauline Vega, 46, and Robert A. Borden, S.requlred treatment. Distribution JJue Allt -Emit Residents; within the city limits of Victoria are reminded that Mirex ant bait will be distributed free Monday from 1 to 9 p.m. by the Parks and Recreation Department.

The bait will be available at the parks maintenance building, the old Attic building, In Riverside Park. The city has some 1,200 pounds of the bait available. It is distributed in pound bags. Man's Body Discovered LITTLE ROCK (AP) -Authorities here and in Texas say the body of a missing Little Rock man may have been discovered near Abilene, Texas. The authorities say the body ot a man found west of Abiline probably is Ben McAllister, 56.

McAllister and Mrs. Altie Bernice Fisher, 55, disappeared Nov. 22 from Mrs. Fisher's home. DEBATE (Continued From Page 1A) looking into Ford's request for authority to use U.S.

forces if necessary to evacuate Americans from Saigon. Sen. Jacob K. Javlts, said Sunday that there is no chance Congress will approve Ford's request for additional military aid, but added he feels limited authority will be approved for use of troops in evacuating Americans. Appearing on CBS' "Face the Nation" Javits said Secretary of State Henry A.

Kissinger will appear Tuesday before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and he predicted that Congress will take prompt action on Ford's proposals. Congress has a new role to play in foreign policy, said Javits. and it intends to play that role. From Page 1A) than Rockefeller or the President himself would go." The Nationalist government has been extremely sensitive over the state of relations with Washington since Kissinger and then President Richard M. Nixon opened contacts with the China mainland in 1972.

Some diplomatic sources, as well as State Department of- ficials, speculated that Ford ana Kissinger wantea to sena someone of Butz' rank to avoid offending Nixon Papers Being Sought LOS ANGELES (AP) The of Southern California is attempting to obtain the personal papers of former President Richard M. Nixon, the Los Angeles Times said Sunday. According to the Times, USC President John R. Hubbard has conducted what are described by university officials as "preliminary" talks with Nixon at his San Clemente estate. (Quintuplets Born In Switzerland BERN.

SwiUerland AP) A 30-year-old Swiss woman has given birth to quintuplets, officials at Frauenspital Hospital said Sunday. They said Ruth Wlnterberger gave birth by Caesarian section' to three boys and two girls Saturday. All were reported In good condition. SKNATi: (Continued From Page 1A) which signals that they are controversial. The controversial include those to raise interest rates on loans under $5,000, to abolish the Texas Amusement Machine Commission, to set up a committee to review state government costs and to give juvenile and domestic courts general jurisdiction state district courts.

Monday's House calendar includes bills to prohibit the purchase of imported beet by state agencies and to close (he Capitol grounds to through traffic. WASHINGTON (AP) Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller left Sunday for Taiwan following a diplomatic clamor over who would represent the United States at the funeral of the late Nationalist Chinese President Chiang Kai-shek, President Ford originally intended to name Agriculture Secretary Earl BuU to attend Wednesday's services for Chiang, who died April 5. The nationalist government on Taiwan objected strongly, US. officials said, on grounds that anyone lower in rank than Rockefeller or Secretary of State Henry Kissinger was an insult.

Joining in the protest were several congressional supporters of the nationalist regime and the remaining elements of the so-called "China Lobby," an unofficial group of business and political leaders opposing better U.S. relations with the mainland Communist regime. Sen. Barry Goldwater, publicly criticized Ford's intention to appoint BuU. and Sen.

Hiram Fong. R-Hawaii, sent a telegram to the President urging a higher-ranking delegation, Taiwan officials were particularly upset over BuU because Rockefeller had attended the funeral of King Faisal ot Saudi Arabia only two weeks earlier, diplomatic sources said. "China and President Chiang have been among the strongest of America's allies," one diplomat said. "It was unthinkable that anyone other Chemical Group Plans Meet in Advocate News Service CORPUS CHRIST! The South Texas Section of the American Chemical Society will hear an address by Jim Tedford, senior engineer for Southwestern Bell Telephone Tuesday at Chung Mel Restaurant. Social hour will begin at 6:30 m.

and dinner will be served, cither Chinese or steak, at 7:30 p.m. Deadline for reservations ill be Monday Topic of Tedford's address ill be "The Amazing Laser The Fantastic Light" AsWS'lufariMmlx'. Bookies Seen on names ot the informants because it would endanger their lives, but it did report that one ot the informants operates in a large Texas city. The other two are located in medium-sired cities, and reportedly hold interests in night clubs and taverns around the state. The three vers allegedly? set up and main-.

tained by the DPS mtethgence services, which the newspaper described as "an elite branch of the DPS apparatus dealing with sensitive criminal Save stigattons," The newspaper quoted a source who said DPS" practice running interference tor Ihe informants had caused strained relations between the FBI and DPS in at least tw Texas cttses. "There's just this problem with trying to make a ease on $mne else's snitch," the new spaper quoted its source, as saying, comes dwn to this; If you do it to theirs, they'll start doing it to yours But that means we nav to iftsore smme ol the biggest txxjkmakcrs there are," DALLAS (AP Three ol the state's worst bookmaking offenders have been on the pay' roll ot the Texas Department ot Public Safety as informants for the past six years, the Dallas Times Herald reported a copyrighted story Sunday. The newspaper quoted sources as saying the DPS allowed the bookies to operate in return for "sensitive information," and allegedly protected the informants from local and federal investigations. In or instance, the newspaper alleged a DPS officer disclosed to the informants the names and descriptions of three Dallas undercover police agents. The DPS denied that ft protects the bookmakers.

"The rumors that the DPS is providm! protection for persons violating the laws of this state are entirely false." a DPS spokesman said. "The DPS does not and wit! not in the future ever knowingly permit anyone to break the law." The Times Herald said ft could not publish the.

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