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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Ada, Oklahoma The sooner cynic a Grumpy Bachelor says marriage is like a pair of scissors. So joined that they can t separated often moving in different directions yet always punishing anyone who comes Between them. Ada weather. High temperature sunday was 82 Low. 64 two Day weekend rainfall was .56 Inch. The Ada evening news 62nd year no. 80 today s chuckle an expert is a person who takes something you already know and makes it confusing. Ada Oklahoma monday Jine 14,1965 to pages 5 cents weekday to cents sunday youngster tells grim Story of space heroes killer flood Sanderson Tex. Apr a i grabbed a tree but there was a Snake on it and i let go. A i went under 5 times maybe to times. A i thought i was going to this was the grim Story of Michael Johnson 12, As told of his Brush with death in the Flash flood thai temporarily isolated this Southwest Texas Community Friday. The slender Blond youth speaking from a Hospital bed at it. Stockton. 65 Miles North of Here said a were on the roof of this Motel when it started cracking All to pieces. Chicago apr astronauts James a. Mcdivitt and Edward h. White ii were welcomed with the cheers of some 25,000 persons most of them youngsters for a heroes Parade and Celebration today in Chicago. Also on hand in the 65-degree sunny weather at Ohare International airports military Sec lion were vice president Hubert h. Humphrey gov. Otto Kerner of Illinois Richard j. Dale Chicago s mayor and other officials. The vice president his wife and their two sons flew in from Washington before the plane earning the gemini 4 Crew arrived. A Mother said a Michael get hold of i tried to grab my brother but was too far away a a a it just seemed like a dream to swept away by a 15-foot Wall of water were Mike s parents or. And mrs. John Wesley Johnson and the couple s five other children ranging in age from 5 to 14. Search parties probing along a normally dry Creek in Sanderson Canyon recovered the bodies of All but Johnson. is among la persons listed As missing. A can assume Only that All Are dead a said Terrell county sheriff Bill Cooksey. Officials have counted la dead and 35 injured from the storm. Which devastated the Southern Section of Sanderson a Railroad Center of 2,350 about Midway Between san Antonio and Elpaso. I ten of the known victims were children. Cooksey said the search would continue a a As Long As there is any Hope of recovering the grief torn families aided by the red Cross salvation army and assorted military units continued massive cleanup operations. The sheriffs office said 54 Homes mostly Low Cost Frame dwellings were destroyed. An additional 36 Homes received major damage and 106 others had minor damage. The office said 244 families sustained losses 13 trailer Homes were destroyed and 27 Small businesses were damaged. Although no official damage estimate exists . Rep. Richard White of Elpaso estimated losses at $2 million. Suburbanite buys town in Nevada Menlo Park. Calif. Apr in the Sagebrush and Jack Rabbit country of lonely northeastern Nevada. Kenneth Krueger a train weary san Francisco Bay area commuter found the Little town of Currier population 56�?for Sale. It was just what and his wife Jeannette had been looking for. So they bought it with their life savings of $85,000. Tuesday Krueger 45, and his wife will pull up stakes at their apartment Here and Point their station Wagon East for Currie. The sex suburbanites Are assured of a cordial reception. Krueger until last week motor vehicle inspector for Pacific Telephone amp Telegraph co. In san Francisco automatically will become the town mayor sheriff fire chief Ranger assessor and landlord. I that s because not Only bought the towns 75 acres but i its few houses and businesses As Well. Krueger and his wife will run the general store the service station a bar and a trailer Park. Until 1900 Currie was a Railhead for cattle and sheep growers. Now the livestock goes to Market in trucks but Currie still Washington apr after caters to Hunters and Fisher More than six months of fairly men. It lies at the foot of the smooth sailing Congress is towering go Shute and Ruby heading into Shoal infested mountains whose slopes abound Waters that May wreck its plans in Elk and Deer and whose to adjourn by labor Day. Streams Tumble with Trout. Voting rights Union shops. A blink of the Eye and you foreign Aid. Health care for the past it on . 93, 76 Miles North elderly minimum wages Clos of Ely. Ing of some military bases leg the Krueger Don t know sex Isla Tive reapportionment excise aptly when they got the yen to taxes the Antipoverty program flee Suburbia. And pay raises for military and but k Foj civilian personnel Are among years ag0 on sour vacations the snags thai lie began probing All the desolate not even one of the dozen an areas of California. were Nual appropriation Bills to i Hunting for a spot where if you Nance the government for the wanted to make it As such you fiscal year starting july i has could practical la live the year been sent to the president a1-11859 All Over of them have for various reasons the land cleared the House. Hey saw California did t although publicly voicing con Appeal. Mace that All the necessary last year the Krueger legis anon tan disposed of by stopped in Currie. There they labor Day some congressional met f a majors who wanted a leaders already Are considering m town _ lock Stock an j a summer recess followed by a barrel fall session. Such a recess is a distinct possibility for the Al in t it Oney say House which is legislatively in ?.e a ii i Quot 11 better shape than the Senate. I l Quot Sentance or anything like that. It was our Jao it the major pending savings close to the Vest Liv Bills Are on the Senate Calendar Jug a a tills week. They Are the foreign j yes it even fan and hot Aid authorization Bill and a dogs. At measure which would Cut or the couple will live in a two repeal emergency excise tax bedroom House. A it s not like . Both Tat passed the Here on the Peninsula or in san House but Senate changes will Francisco a Krueger admits require further House action. A but i seen worse. It s Liva Only one major Bill is on the House schedule this Eek. It Krueger say expects his Calls for creation of a Cabinet position As the town s Only Busi level department of housing and Nessman to keep him on the Job Urban development. J most of the tune. Congress faces tougher issues before respite crowds gathered along the expressway route to the City and on la Salle Street near City Hall hours before the astronauts cars were expected to pass. Gala Day flags and pennants festooned downtown streets on the Parade route. After a special meeting of the j City Council to Confer honorary Chicago citizenship on Mcdivitt White and two officials of the National aeronautics and space administration or. George. Mueller associate director and Charles w. Matthews gemini project manager there was a meeting set with school children. About 6,500 pupils were to put Mcdivitt and White through a question and answer period in Mccormick place. Other plans for the Day included a dinner for the astronauts party Given by mayor Daley and a fireworks display at night. As the civic Welcome got under Wray at of Hare Airport about too civil rights demonstrators gathered in Grant i Park. On the Lake front for continuation of a series of school protest activities. No announcement leaders of the protesters made no announcement of plans for the Day. On three Days last week the demonstrators staged traffic disrupting marches in the City a downtown area. The demonstrations in which 450 persons were arrested Friday and saturday for sitting Down in the streets were staged to protest rehiring of Chicago schools supt. Benjamin c. Willis whose school integration plans were rejected by some civil rights groups. A will act in relation to the astronauts a one Leader. Albert baby 31, said. indicated another Road clogging demonstration May take place. Another Leader negro comedian Dick Gregory told a civil rights rally sunday a got something planned for tomorrow that will upset the whole country but not Embarrass any a us demonstrators a but col. Jack Reilly Daley s special events director told newsmen a just done to believe that it will Willis target recent civil rights protests have entered on the school hoards rehiring May 29 of supt. Benjamin c. Willis described by some Integrationist As the Man responsible for maintaining alleged Facto segregation in the Public schools. Despite the threat of civil rights disturbances spokesmen for the astronauts said there were no changes in the plans for the official Welcome and Parade. Viet rangers discover remains of battalion. Rl0? the Airfield and aircraft Are a �1 the Babon bar-1 Man said a grenade fell from a _ vietnamese rangers of Trobbe Hrapla fion Phuoc Vinh is the main air just North of shattered town fiend for the Dong Xoai Jinai found the bodies of the . Paratroopers had been s the. G0vernme?t Quot Quot a a expected to move from there a a rep rart0t? to c a into the Dong Xoai conflict but a ?0on�?T 3. To ii vietnamese commanders spokesman announced. Were reluctant to ask for them. Dong Xoai was reported quiet the Viet Cong mounted a but braced for More trouble number of attacks and ambush from the Viet Cong. Is in various parts of Vietnam _ As the rangers moved through l0,ail Hay Frt the 17th cent ration French owned Michelin my. Parallel to the Southern tip of six americans the nation. Racks 60 Miles North of the one Man s Belt exploded in the militarized zone . Spokes Bottom of the truck and set off men said. A five gallon can of gasoline. Heavy air strikes also Contin the american paratroopers used inside South Vietnam were rushed to the Airfield at against suspected Viet Cong tar a Phuoc Vinh after the Viet Cong gets. . Navy and Marine ambushed a vietnamese Para corps planes were said to have troop battalion saturday night. Flown 118 sorties sunday. Pilots the Airfield 40 Miles North of claimed heavy damage to tar Saigon is the main Supply Point gets and suspected troop con for the Phuoc Binh Thanh spa Gaulle meets Adenauer a French president Charles Gaulle shakes hands with former West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer As they meet at Bonn Germany parliament building for talks on key issues. A wire photo via Cable from Bonn defense rests Case in trial of Cargill All bribery s denied the French owned Michelin rubber Plantation a few Miles North of Dong Xoai they found an assortment of grim relics left behind by the Viet Cong among them the wreckage of a . Army helicopter and a . Amy Mno a identification tag. . Authorities announced ninety american and vietnamese planes hammered targets in North Vietnam in a series of separate raids. Cial military zone. The vietnamese battalion was attacked As it moved into Thuan Loi Village 4 Miles North of Dong Xoai. The Viet Cong have moved to Phuoc Vinh Tol forty two planes hit three been swimming and a spokes Oklahoma City a i the defense rested today in the perjury trial of former Oklahoma City mayor . Cargill �?~sr., after repeatedly denied Federal perjury charges against him. I Brief rebuttal by the pros ecu i lion and closing arguments by both sides were scheduled this afternoon before the Case goes to the jury of ten men and two women. Were killed Over the weekend but none appeared to have died As the result of enemy action. Four . Army helicopter struck from the North and West crewmen were killed saturday sealing off the government Par Twenty . Air Force Jet night when their Craft crashed troopers from the rear bombers escorted by 30 other 30 Miles East of Saigon during a reports from the area said jets attacked tile Nan Nom Lorn storm. 250 of the battalions 400 men a at the rennet of Tho Vietnam in i r i for so West an explosion aboard a truck were killed wounded or Cap the request of the Vietn a has Jive buildings were at Chu Lai beachhead sunday tired. This brought the number 5ovf�ment> elements of the ported destroyed and to heavily killed two . Marines and in of vietnamese dead or missing i/3rd . Airborne brigade damaged. Jared 19 others. The men had in the fighting around Dong Xoai since thursday to about 600. Eighteen americans were listed As dead or missing. Vietnamese government forces claimed they killed 300 Viet Cong in the fighting thursday for Dong Xoai and that . Air strikes killed another 400. The figures were not confirmed by . Military sources. A Relief Force entered Thuan Loi sunday and found the town empty. Both Viet Cong and gov moment dead had been hauled away and there were no civilians. A . Helicopter made a Midnight flight through enemy fire and rain to Fly three . Advis archaeologist l,6qisdtors work on attempts to. Settle fuss dividing Money the next two years for Republic Kan. Rap Mains of a Pawnee Indian Vil Lage the Center of a dispute Between Kansas and Nebraska for Many years will searched this summer for clues to its history. A Crew working under Thomas a. Witty state archaeologist Oklahoma City apr week to a close no later than Oklahoma a legislature with a the first weekend in july. That record $328.7 million to spend would give them just three. Miu. A us Siree _ a Anvi will work hard this week at weeks to finalize most of the ers out of thua s during the writ a a leapt top the Namino main Willo 0ul 01 Anuran u>1 during the then Kline asked Cargill whether used profane language when was Given a traffic ticket in 1952. Cargill replied Aune Arenaro Ogisi a. Win a Quot it. Quot 1 ers oui it that the discussion grew a very Quot ill dig into the still visible v nfin8 a budget for the coming major Money Bills of the ses fighting a a a a two years. Six i a Cargill testifying for the second Day in his own defense repeatedly denied Ever trying to influence by bribery or other Means the decisions of any members of the state supreme court. Jurors have been barred from returning Home or otherwise coming in Contact w Ith the outside world since the trial began june i. Cargill denied Ever telling anyone that had the supreme court j a no. Absolutely declared when asked if had Ever made the statement a a in got a majority of that court a that s absolutely untrue a added. At that Point the government halted its Cross examination and the defense rested its Case a few moments later. The 80-year Cid Cargill a prominent attorney and onetime candidate for governor is charged with lying to a Federal grand jury last year about fi-1 Mancial dealings involving supreme court justices. Cargill also was questioned about his personal characteristics. testified earlier that never smoked or drank intoxicants. Asst. U. S. Atty. David Kline asked Cargill if Ever used profane language. Cargill replied a no i i asked again whether used a Strong language a Cargill replied i m sure that i did and they used stronger language than i the chief Justice of the state supreme court. Harry l. S. Hailey testified briefly before Cargill resumed the stand this morning. Hailey testified Only four minutes saying Cargil had never paid him Money or promised to pay him Money or otherwise sought to influence his decision As a Justice. Asked if had Ever had any financial dealings with Cargill Hailey replied a no i have six justices and one former Justice testified last week. They also denied financial involvement with Cargill. Cargill testified for three hours saturday repeatedly denying Ever giving Money to justices or trying to influence them. Cargill is charged specifically with these three counts of per jury before a Federal grand jury a lying Hen denied having conversations with Hugh a. Carroll founder of the now bankrupt selected investments corp. About a $150,000 payoff to . Corn then a member of the supreme court. A lying when denied the actual payment of Money a to a member or members of the supreme court. A lying when testified was not familiar with the name a Pierre Corn. Carroll and Texas oilman Henry g. Marshall were continued on Page two markings for specific traces of the Indian tribe which once settled where White Rock Creek joins the Republican River. The Village site is about two Miles Southwest of Republic. Pike site 1 the dispute centers on the claim by Kansas that this is Here it. Zebulon Pike persuaded the Pawnee to lower the Spanish Flag in 1806 and raise the United states Flag. Kansas bought about 30 acres of land in 1899 and two years later erected a Monument to the event naming it a Pike Pawnee however since the 1920s Nebraska has claimed the Flag change occurred eight Miles two a i it. Gen. William c. West the state equalization Board common schools higher Edu Moreland commander of Friday told legislators they cation highways mental health forces a Vietnam visited could spend More than $300 and Public safety Are expected Dong Xoai sunday a and con million for the first time in to consume the lion s share of feared with vietnamese Brig state history. The Revenue some $250 million legislative leaders Hope to plus bring the session now in its 24th the welfare department is i financed by the 2 per cent state sales tax. The remainder of the Money republicans will stress West drive Washington a Gen. Cao Van Vien. South Viet names general staff announced by radio it had formed a 10-member committee tinder the chairmanship of maj. Gen. Nguyen Van Thieu to set xxv a it i Liv 11 j. V/1 j a w Ould split up among various up ? new government and or vol it Salt l i Araniz Atinsk a a Toner with a other state agencies boards i ionization a along with a War commissions and departments. Cabinet a the joint House Senate con the to members include army Ference committee on approx Cor a co Ima aders chief of Gen privations 30 members Strong i and air Force com a Nart in the Man. Ander Brig. Gen. Nguyen Cao plays a major part in the Money distribution. Its reports Are subject to a East of red Cloud in that state publicans plan to focus on the no map about 25 or 30 Miles Northwest Midwest and West next year in maj not Bel tired. Although dividing up the Money is the major problem remaining there Are others. A special conference committee will appointed this week to break a House Senate stale of Republic. Nyle h. Miller Secretary of the Kansas historical society concedes nothing to Nebraska in its claim. However agrees there is persuasive evidence that the Flag ceremony did of a Campaign they believe will recoup their 1964 losses in the House and give them three or More additional Senate seats. President Johnson s failure thus far to come up with a satisfactory farm program has cur North of what is the pre Given the cop Hope that it not a apr son Tomate Young adans sustain minor crash injuries gently marked site. Dubious Miller recalls today with a Grin a remark made to Nebraska historians several years 3go. Only can hang on to the seats it Row holds in midwestern and Western states but can make significant gains there. Sen. Thruston b. Morton of Kentucky head of the Republic Oklahoma son a plan to redistrict six congressional two Young adans sustained districts on a population basis. Min1or a ves a car motor the House is scheduled to inc a Accident saturday after noon. A i can see no reason a can senatorial Campaign Corn said. A Why i should accept their Mittee. Said in an interview that red Cloud site until they can while is not discounting party le3d to the depressions made chances in any part of the coun Ney system in Oklahoma and the House is scheduled to begin work wednesday on a sen i r ate passed Bill authorizing five my inv Aiu a new turnpikes. Lorr Allen hal1�?T 14 the House is expected to con j6 a nver Quot end treat cur in Senate amendments to a c c w acid released. Police said Mildred Jane by the chief s haunches As they try believes they Are Bright sat and smoked the pipe of est in the Midwest and West peace with j a was matters stand i think a Book tracing Pike s Tours in Are going to get Back most of detail is scheduled to pub the House seats lost last listed later this year. Miller year a said. A in local elec says expects it to lend sup tons in such states As Iowa for port to Nebraska s claim. Example our candidates have even if Nebraska strengthens been getting their traditional its claim to the Flag ceremony majorities even in areas lost Miller Points out that Pike in 1964. Crossed Kansas in his exploring. A i think the administration s adds that the Village Here is failure to come up with any one of the Best remains of a workable farm program is Pawnee Village in this part of going to help us in states where the country. Miller Hopes that this summer s diggings will enable the v Bill abolishing the county Attor-1 of y no act com in ahoy no Ond Luon. 1323 South South Stock replacing it with a system of 27 District attorneys. Fire claims victims in Auto mishap ton driving East on 18th, came off the Stop at Townsend and collided with the Motorbike driven by Frederick with Hall Riding on the rear seat. Mildred Moon charged with failure to yield right of Way pleaded innocent in municipal court monday and trial was set for saturday. Hall owner of the Motorbike pleaded guilty to a charge of allowing an unauthorized person to drive and was fined $10. Fred Norfolk. A. A a cot Tok Yas charged with driving vision on a Bridge of the $200 about a Cense and the Cai turned Over to juvenile court. A minor Accident was recorded sunday at 4 20 p. In. Barbara Groves 4, 632 West 10th, ran into the Street in the 600 Block of West 10th and ran into the Side that is a Factor. This was in line with an Asser million Chesapeake Bay badge in of sen. Karl. Mundt r Tunnel turned the Span into a society to rebuild a Village As s d., who expects to a Candi flaming death trap today for it probably stood some 150 years Date for election that the four persons. Ago. It would then covered Farmer is the forgotten Man of there was no immediate Iden with a shelter to preserve it and the Johnson administration. Tif cation of the victims but f a u to encourage visitors to the site said sunday on metro Media s they were reported to have of a can Ilves ,7 Arole Ann state sen. Ted Sanborn of televised a opinion in the Capi-1 been Riding in an automobile Bri so a 3 2 a a nearby Belleville a Booster of Tail that Johnson is directing All bearing Connecticut License p0iicp Only the historical site was chairman of his programs toward the met plates. A. ? no a sense had been of the Senate ways and Means it to Positan areas. Police said the collision a fat of no Charses were committee which approved exp perhaps that is because patently resulted when a tire p pah info i iut it Pend iture of the funds for this with the electoral College if blew on a tractor trailer moving Cha rap of i or , to Summers work. You get the City votes you Don t across the two Lane Bridge. The and i drunjjtenune1ss will leave the Pike menu need any of the rest of them a heavy vehicle and the Auto then 0 i i Lori i ent As it is whatever Hap said. A perhaps it is because 1 collided on the Span and burst i sur Moth Colbert $10 _ a Voicul. Washed out to. Main hi8hw.y through by to was ranching a Ltd 2 i Sandaran a. away by flood that killed More than a dozen j and of try Yod 75 Horn. An a Stimatz a 13-Inch rainfall flooded a nearby Canyon and tent a 15-foot Wall of water crashing through Tho a wire photo ment As it is whatever Hap said said. A you can still of purely humanitarian reasons see the rings from the Village a i dont know what the reason huts and quite a lot of people but it Means All the goodies Are being handed out to the people Sanborn Hopes that a new Road in the metropolitan areas and will built from . 36, about or. Farmer continues to pay eight Miles away to the Village through the site to draw visitors. Outnumbered 68 to 32 by the As to the conflicting claim democrats in the Senate Over authentic Ness of the Pike publicans have Little Hope of claim. Sanborn said a there is changing that figure materially not much said Here. Sometimes Twenty democratic and 14 put a a Pike in about it and publican seats Are at stake next tip of Virginia Statter Ore sometimes not. Year. J to the Mainland at Norfolk. Irett Fiam ,. I Bonds were forfeited by mar it. Was the first fatal Accident Ita Faye Jones Sdee Dina on the 17.5-Mtle under and Over Samuel Lee Daniels Speed water route since it was opened $10 Joe Dexter Jeffrey follow a Little Over a year ago. Die Bridge Tunnel has been hailed As one of the engineering marvels of the age. More than 1.25 million vehicles have travelled the Bridge Tunnel Complex which carries . 13 from Kip Topeka on the my too close $10 Richard Larry Estil careless driving $20 Robert Hayden Davis speeding $10 Sammy Lynn Taylor rect less driving $20 Roy Lester g Razier drunkenness $20 and disturbance. $20 Allen Curtis Walker speeding Sio and Billy Joe Walker assault and Battery

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