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Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 19, 1964, Denton, Texas Did 382-2551 for 24-Uour Phone Service To All Department DENTON CHRONICLE YEAR OF DAILY m University Center Of The Southwest MARCH 19. 1961 WEATHER CLOUDY r HOSPITALIZED WEDNESDAY Tv were Wednesday after their cars collided head-on at about p.m. on University Drive One of Catherine H. Pierce of 523 Lovell was in fair condition this morning at Flow Memorial fhe Mrs. Henry Ross of Route 1, was in good condition this morning at Denton Hospita 1. Patrolmen Tillman E. Uland and vin said in a police report that the cars struck head-on in the 1200 block of University Drive near the construction site of the University State Bank and that a third car driven by Jerry Donald Hite of 308 mal collided with Mrs. Hitt was taken to Flow for emergency but he was not LBJ Asks Congress For Billion Foreign Aid Okay WASHINGTON both war and President Johnson Communist Congress today for lion in foreign aid to help He promised no waste in a world in which the operation and for weak can walk without nent authority for U.S. arms aid In a special message to a Con- Capitol there were gress which has become predictions of trouble Two Charged After Threats To Two women were charged Wednesday with ing a threatening telephone call Heavy Rain Drenches Much Of Texas City Records 2.50; Get 2.85 a whopping two to three drenched and the vicinity overnight while winds up to 75 miles an knocked over an entire trailer court outside land and scattered tornadoes whipped the Southeast and South Central Texas suffering from lasl year's found low stock tanks in the area beginning to said County Agent At It could have waited another week so the farmers could get their corn and maize in the but we did get a runoff which will put some water in Ihe stock Denton recorded 2 50 inches of rain while Tioga had creeks running full from 2.85 Wise County apparently received a lesser amount of rainfall with Decatur ing 1.25. 1.52, Chico 1.50 and Alvord 1.10. Other readings were Valley View 1.55. Little Elm 2.80, ina 1.90. Prosper 2, Lake as 2.W. McKinney 1.81. Pilot 3oint 225. Sanger 1.70, Aubrey 2.W. Cross Roads 2.50. Ponder 2, Justin 2.30 and 2.10. For most places it was the rain this bringing almost a third Ihe total since Jan. 1. NORMAL for the 24-hour od topped the March average n Denlon which already had WEATHER friett V 47. st iun ft at i O 37 RAINFALL This litt King Says Rights Demonstrations In 1964 To Be Record Ruby Fires Melvin Belli As Attorney the lawyer as far back as Jan 22 A Dallas jury convicted Ruby S of Lee leader of the Southern fight If there is a serious in the electric In angry Belli declared it a verdict by a jury that was our He called Dallas festering and we see the shame of Dallas in all CRITICISM The president of the me United IMS can Bar Association called proposed to the Soviet remarks and today that they each de planes from their Proposes Destruction Of Bombers The United received twice the normal By 11 a.m. today skies clearing in Most reported showers falling as as 9. although the sun was ready shining in Justin at on size we've never seen At least 13 persons were in- jured in the trailer court at three of them believed i3 480 ii the US Senate against the Belli unavailable for strategic fleet ov r today thai civil rights civil bil we 5le was period demonstrations will Plan action in iton and supportive action all proportions this and s think we will see the he summer in terms of Another phase ol his two-year r for American BIT and Soviet said she sent the Badger by airmail at a meeting oi the Adrian ALABAMA TARGET Outlining plans for 1961, King e. level andana VOTER DRIVE Ruby and his family dissatisfied the IUL reiterated that Alabama has a been chosen as the main plan to travel into by Belli and ern communities and It differed accompanied up to miles per hour considerable properly n the northeast part of Harris as me 1 29 hv A In a light tornado this year bv the Southern studied The letter said Ruby K by winds tian Leadership Conference all over the to Belli Jan. 22. aM p to 40 miles per hour districts ter a disagreement over suggested that the two congressmen barely got elected but Belli op- should each destroy and additional votes would posed and forced on P ovtr a In Alabama campaign m hte or EYEWITNESSES lhe w be centered on or In many con- at that time to any u v fv have competent or Two eyewitnesses to the out over five have competent an additional agreed r Mr. and Mrs cn and Copies of the letter also went number of planes in its r in said a noise was their only Simmons said the c Slates prepared an additional agreed to other ball A team is working in ma lo mobilize Tonahill of stressed that the de- are lo eel of of planes would have fnr t nm on a it was not immediately lo be carried out lam uu us up recruits tor a i v r i righted She and her violent army who will be husband protected their three spend their vacation in f If VIA C children by if he atop them when NO DETAILS railer started A King declined to go into de- WUn but wi wh of again when the trailer He said h resistant to foreign ahead aid in recent Johnson de- the program as 3 bulwark for the president's Prosecutor Backs Convict i Senate Republican leader erett M. Dirksen of Illinois said there were possibilities vey accused assassin cf President John F. Federal Bureau of tion agents identified the en Christine 3J, and Norma June 34. They were arrested day al their Nashville homes 4 f desegregation The bookstore ot the and wW tbo al Bible College was IM from See Page Western colleges and for real Senate and waived a hearing before Democratic leader Mike U.S. Commissioner A. B. Neil field of Montana commended Each was released under the president for the but said i difficult They entered no plea the The in Nashville said the trial tied at a here that law officers with firearms could have influenced the j The testimony Wednesday San Antonio of the House Myers subcommittee charge cf Ihe San Antonio foreign said said the complaint Set Page e mav but Senate hearings Cop Charged Johnson laid the groundwork toM Federal James Noel i Roberi Doss and C h a r e Hughes said presence of armed police had against that Tom E murder i Wednesday in the death cf Otis was also alleged in the for a habeas corpus filed in half of Welch j r. Ruben county said Sinclair e a of internal woe said fatal injuries could H we wi our ob- communism will fw J an assistant state Chief George information gathered by staff that u and requested time Mobile Unit reports on the Sarv in and to look further into the and half handcuffing Sinclair In The News Peace and Former Undersecretary ol Defense W. Gilpatric believes positive steps toward peace may be possible if West tensions continue lo Second in command to of Defense Robert S. until he resigned in Gilpatric said in an article in the April issue of Foreign Affairs that the United States may be able to nate all its manned bombers and interceptors without en- dangering its military Tanks and Trouble Tanks caused trouble A 50-ton tank rolled downhill into a store in knocking it otf its And in Miami a South Carolina man noted that his gas gauge was on when his car stalled at a Attempting to put in he found that his tank was It had fallen off 13 blocks and nine traffic lights Flight and Fight This is what they're JERRIE mother ol as she climbed into her single engine plane for A solo flight around the be I'm not going to take any Convicted dent JAMES R. have backed away from a in my The business cf the International hood of vill be conducted as Primaries and Plans BETWEEN NOW AND convention there are primaries For a rundown on the see Page 1, tion 1. THE NEEDS AND PUNS for Flow Memorial if Saturday's million issue are ex- in the second of three stories today on the Signature Page 6, Section I. Sec. Page I Classified Editorials Farm News I Food I Page Town Topics 4 LIKE 'EM 2V4-yearold son of Mr. and Mrs. John 1314 NTSU Green Jacket Irina that he doesn't like candy bat he continued to stuff them in his mouth while this picture was Also in practice for the annual Green Jacket Hunt for Denton children uere David son of Mr. and Mrs. George 313 and Joanna daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. 703 The hunt will be hcM at all McKenna and Fred 3pm r
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