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Ada Sunday News (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, Ada, Oklahoma Mcgovern favored in Oregon and Rhode Island primaries tuesday by the associated press sen. George Mcgovern ranks As the favorite in the Oregon and Rhode Island presidential primaries tuesday in the last of the preliminary bouts on the Long card of democratic contests. The main event is two weeks away in California. Sen. Hubert h. Humphrey made one Quick Campaign swing to Rhode Island but skipped Oregon to concentrate on the Pivotal California contest vowing an intensive vote Hunt to the eve of that election. Public opinion surveys in both Rhode Island and Oregon put Mcgovern ahead. The South Dakota senator invested three Days in the Oregon Campaign interrupted by a swing to California. In Rhode Island As in Oregon he banked heavily on the volunteers and the door to door canvassing operations that have helped him come from far Back in the Field to take the Lead in nominating Delegate commitments. While Mcgovern and Humphrey were at work on the West coast sen. Edmund s. Muskie of Maine the Man they knocked from the top of the democratic Field made his first Campaign style ventures since dropping Active efforts in the primaries. Muskie visited his Campaign Headquarters in Providence Friday on his Way to Waterville Maine where his political career began to address his Home states democratic convention. A spokesman said Muskie is writing All democratic National convention delegates saying he still Hopes to emerge As a Compromise Choice for presidential nomination despite his defeats in the primaries. Campaign aides to wounded gov. George c. Wallace of Alabama dispatched workers and spokesmen to Oregon to seek votes for their candidate felled by a gunman last monday As Hie campaigned in Laurel my. Billie Joe Camp press Secretary to Wallace said taped television commercials prepared before the shooting would be used in both Oregon and Rhode Island. Camp said Wallace had repeated his vow to keep campaigning from a wheelchair if necessary. The governors legs Are paralysed. Oregon will award 34 democratic convention delegates to the statewide Winner tuesday. There Are la names on the ballot but Only Mcgovern and rep. Patsy Mink of Hawaii polls show her with sparse support. Oregon a the first primary in which the name of sen. Edward m. Kennedy of Massachusetts will be on the ballot. Under state Law Oregon lists All nationally recognized presidential prospects and there is no provision for a candidate to get himself off the ballot. The polls in Oregon will be open until la . Edt with 12 hours of balloting. The most recent Oregon opinion poll now three weeks old rated Mcgovern at 35 per cent Humphrey at 18 per cent Kennedy and Wallace at 8 per cent apiece. Republican sen. Mark Hatfield is expected to win re nomination easily. Former sen. Wayne Morse now 71, is seeking a comeback in the democratic primary in what appears a close race with Robert Duncan a former congressman. In Rhode Island the Competition is for 22 National convention delegates and the democratic ballot lists eight entries. The voting begins As Early As 7 . Edt the polls close at 9 . Mcgovern and Humphrey Are regarded As the main contenders there now since Muskier plunge out of Active com petition. Mcgovern a managers said they Are confident they can turn out their vote and win. Mcgovern won a landslide primary Victory in adjacent Massachusetts on april 25. Abortion marijuana and amnesty questions Promise to be major ones when Humphrey and Mcgovern meet in televised Campaign debate in California. Humphrey issued the debate Challenge and Mcgovern accepted noting that he had been asking for months for face to face debate. Of lbs to had run world War la the Way it is apparently running things in Vietnam we d All still be Goose stepping and Yelling Quot Heil Ada sunday news 69th year no. 60 36 pages sunday edition of the Ada evening news Ada Oklahoma sunday May 21, 1972 to cents weekday 15 cents sunday it toll a 1 a. Ii i a a.  4. Way a . 111 hundreds demonstrate Nixon stops Salzburg wheres the crowd attorney general Larry Derryberry addressed a Small group of about so people at Norris Field Friday afternoon following a downtown Parade. The occasion was Law Day in Ada. Derryberry mentioned the rising crime rate and the shooting of George Wallace then said Quot of we lose our system of government it will be because of Lack of interest from the the vacant stands at Norris Field eloquently echoed his sentiments. Salzburg Austria apr i anti Nixon demonstrators defiantly holding red flags got i onto the Tarmac of the Salzburg Airport saturday night an hour i before the american presi-1 dents scheduled arrival. They were charged by club wielding police and dispersed. Injuries were reported on both sides. The clash was the second Between police and demonstrators prior to Nixon a arrival for a rest Stop on his Way to Moscow. Demonstrators also clashed with police on the Road to the Airport. Police beat them Back but the demonstrators numbering several Hundred managed to evade roadblocks and suddenly appeared at the Edge of the tar Mac about 300 feet from the main Airport building chanting i anti Nixon slogans. Leftist leaders announced earlier that demonstrators would defy a police ban and seek direct Contact with the american chief executive. Hermann Dworczak. 23, a philosophy and sociology student at the University of Vienna said the demonstrators would a find ways to get to the Airport although Security authorities want the demonstrators to break up the March about Halfway there. Dworczak said he was spokesman for an a fall austrian committee for Solidarity for he said he expected perhaps 2,000 demonstrators to take part in the March including delegations from the United states West Germany Switzerland France and Italy. The demonstrators want Nixon to be confronted with anti Vietnam demonstrations a wherever he goes a he added. Demonstrations began in the Early afternoon. The demonstrators carried Viet Cong flags and chanted slogans such As a a Nixon murderer and a Victory to the Viet the rain drenched March to downtown Salzburg from the main railway station was headed by about 1,500 communists. Leftist youths who numbered also about 1,500, were headed by a group wearing plastic helmets who Snake danced through the streets apparently imitating japanese demonstrators. Police patrol cars preceded the demonstrators who also had their own Security guards. They said the guards were needed to prevent a provocations a but their main task seemed to be to prevent the demonstration from getting out of hand. Many of the communist demonstrators were brought to Salzburg in special buses from Vienna and Linz. The Linz demonstrators combined demonstrating with attending a Linz Salzburg soccer match. Austrians in the demonstrations included or. Peter Kreisky 28, son of Chancellor or. Bruno Kreisky. Chancellor Kreisky is Nixon a Host during the two Day Stop Over of the american president in this City. Dworczak said Chancellor Kreisky was regarded As a a main representative of the pro imperialist Kreisky is chairman of the austrian socialist party. Kreisky commented recently a i for one am not prepared to hold Only one Side the United states responsible for the Vietnam War. I am also not prepared to forget the contribution of the american nation for Austria a Security was tight in Salzburg and police patrol cars and policemen on motorcycles were out in Force checking youngsters they regarded As suspicious. Several arrests were made. Oklahoma democrats mostly uncommitted by the associated press South Dakota sen. George Mcgovern a drive for the majority of Oklahoma a 39 democratic National convention votes for president ran out of Gas in most county conventions saturday but he did Nail Down five votes in an Oklahoma county landslide. Mcgovern also maintained a fighting Chance to pick up some or All of the 4th congressional districts five votes but his supporters lost out to an a anti Mcgovern coalition in several key counties in the District and1 he faces an Uphill fight. The Mcgovern forces went Down fighting in Tulsa county losing several close votes As the anti Mcgovern coalition moved toward election of an uncommitted delegation. The big Winner in the county conventions in Oklahoma probably will be Minnesota sen. Hubert Humphrey since most counties elected uncommitted delegations that reportedly favor the 1968 democratic presidential nominee and former vice president. The results of the 78 county conventions were not fully known saturday night but reports from More than 50 counties some in each congressional District showed gov. David Halls drive for an uncommitted delegation was winning despite a spirited Battle from the Mcgovern forces. Each of the six Oklahoma congressional districts pick five National convention delegates and the remaining nine Are chosen at the state convention. The county meetings showed Mcgovern being shut out in the 2nd and 3rd congressional districts probably being blanked in the 6th District although he swept Payne county and apparently losing out completely in the 1st District because of the defeat in Tulsa county. Although his supporters still said they have a Chance to get 15 to 20 of the states 39 National convention votes their five votes in Oklahoma county were their Only sure thing. Byng schedules election for trustees Board South vietnamese defend an Loc the first election for a Board of trustees for the new town of Byng is scheduled tuesday 7 . To 7 ., at the High school. Five members of the Board governing body for the town. Will be selected from a total of 15 who have filed. The candidates filed from the five established wards but All residents May vote on the entire slate. A simple plurality is needed for election from each Ward. Those mining for election at the newly incorporated town Are Ward i Sec. 33 e. C. Minor Monte Fraser. James Rich Doyle Caton. Ward 2 Sec. 34 a Ray Farmer Don Meeks. Ward 3 Sec. 28 a l. D. Winters Jim Frederick Buford Myers. Ward 4 Sec. 27 a James Trammell Bill Harrison Ray Sizemore. Ward 5 parts of each Section a Truman Coffey Glen Ella Metcalf and Wendell Walker. Under state Law incorporated towns As opposed to cities elect boards of trustees instead of City councilmen. One of the first items of business will be devising a planning and zoning code similar to the one Ada currently has. The trustees will meet at specified times and All meetings Are open to the Public. Saigon a South vietnamese forces trying to Clear the Road to the beleaguered provincial capital of an Loc fought off a Day Long attack by North vietnamese tanks and infantry saturday. An american army officer called it in All probability the enemy so last stance for an Loc a a rubber Plantation town 60 Miles North of Saigon that has been virtually destroyed in tuesday vote will decide to tech Levy voters will decide tuesday whether or not to approve a four Mill tax Levy for the of j ration of the Carl Albert area i i vocational technical school District no. 14. The one time Levy figures to bring in approximately $165, j too. The portion of this Money i not needed for administrative costs will be set aside to be used later to help pay con. Striction costs for the to tech i school. Polls will be open from 7 i . To 7 . Tuesday. Adans May vote at Ada Junior High school Willard Grade school or Glenwood Grade school. Other voters in the District May vote at Allen Junior High school gym Ahloso school Byng school Latta school Mclish school Pickett Center school Roff school Stonewall school Vanoss school Sasakwa school Holdenville High school Yeager school Wewoka High school or Vamoose school. A 44-Day siege. A government Relief column had pushed to within sight of the town before the counter attackers struck at Dawn. In the Central Highlands where the North vietnamese offensive centers around the provincial capital of Korntum enemy troops probed government defense lines less than two Miles from the City but no major attacks were reported. In the air War Over North Vietnam the . Command announced that american warplanes had intensified their daily pounding of enemy Supply areas and transportation routes. The command reporting on attacks of thursday said air Force bombers destroyed a fuel tank farm containing More than five million Gallons of Petroleum 3vz Miles East of Hanoi. Spokesmen said about 75 per cent of the depot was wiped out with bombs leaving a one huge a communique said the strike a further depletes North Vietnam a supplies used in support of its invading armies in South the bombers also Are carrying out sustained raids against the rail lines linking Hanoi and China. The railroads must be attacked almost daily to keep them out of operation the command said because North Vietnam mobilizes workers to make Quick repairs. A Navy a7 attack plane was reported shot Down Over the North and its Pilot listed As missing. This raises to 22 the number of american planes lost Over North Vietnam since the resumption of Large scale bombing april 16. Twenty six crewmen have been listed As missing in this period. North Vietnam said . Planes bombed the Periphery of Hanoi again saturday and claimed two were shot Down by North vietnamese gunners. The Vietnam news Agency added in a broadcast from Hanoi heard in Tokyo that a Many Civ i i i a n s a were killed or wounded. In Paris another Vna dispatch distributed by the North vietnamese delegation to the peace talks said . Planes severely damaged part of a lock Friday in an attack on an installation and Dike in thai Binh province. Explosive and antipersonnel bombs were used it added and two lock workers were wounded. The North vietnamese assault on Highway 13 leading to an Loc a was a completely abortive attack a said col. J. Ross Franklin a senior american Field adviser. A they spent the first half hour in attack and the next two hours of medical Center really in sad shape Oklahoma City a conditions at the financially troubled University of Oklahoma medical Center Are deteriorating a group of resident doctors says and they Are forced in some cases to follow unacceptable medical practices at University Hospital. The physicians said they do not want to give the impression that patients in the Hospital Are not properly cared for but they said they feel it is important that the Public be aware of conditions at the of medical school and its Hospital. They said they fear political moves to prevent cutbacks this fall will cause further funding shortages which would make it impossible to care for patients properly or maintain accreditation in some areas. School gets donation from Ada horse show the Ada arabian and half arabian Charity horse show has resulted in another major donation to Mccall a Chapel school. The show is a Benefit affair with All proceeds going to the school. The show committee and the shows Board of directors met last week and announced $1,826.34 would be Given to the school after final accounting was made on the fourth annual show. Winners for two new trophies were also announced. Margaret Lucas Gundus arabians Bixby okla., is the Winner of the rate june Cason memorial Challenge trophy. The trophy was donated by or. And mrs. Robert w. Casonjr. In memory of their daughter. The trophy becomes the permanent Possession of the first exhibitor to win it three times. The trophy goes to the Winner in the native costume championship class. Leslie Conner Joplin mo., is the Winner of a trophy Given by mrs. Alice Norris in memory of her husband Philip a. Norris former Ada resident and himself a prominent arabian exhibitor. The show committee announced a total of 121 horses competed in the Ada show. Bremer searching for himself found Wallace Milwaukee a hammered late last year by a succession of emotional jolts. Arthur Herman Bremer embarked on a Young Many a journey in search of himself. At trails end he found George Corley Wallace. A Momma i m going out and make my Way a Bremer is quoted As saying last october. Last monday he found his Way to a Laurel md., shopping Center. There according to state and Federal charges he crippled the Alabama governor with a burst of bullets from a .38-caliber revolver. The furious gunfire at an election eve rally for the democratic presidential contender was the Climax of seven traumatic months for Bremer quiet lonely and withdrawn to his family neighbors and Hometown Milwaukee acquaintances cheering clapping and colourfully dressed to those who recall him turning up at Wallace Campaign stops. The emotional blows and his reactions were in rapid sequence a october Bremer 21, broke with his family moving to a Midtown apartment a scant two and one half blocks from the Motel where Wallace later would establish his Wisconsin primary Headquarters. A november Bremer was arrested for the first time charged with carrying a revolver concealed in his coat. He was fined $38.50 for disorderly conduct. The gun was taken away. A december Joan Pemrich then 15, Bremers first and Only girl Friend brushed him off after Christmas saying she did no to like him and did no to want to see him again. Downcast he shaved his Blond head hoping to regain her attention with this act of contrition or so he told a fellow worker. She Only laughed. He quit technical College. A january without a word of explanation he walked away from his part time Job As a school janitor. A february after accusing his employer of discrimination he quit another part time Job Busboy at the Milwaukee athletic club. For a while he became a virtual Recluse in his apartment scribbling Doggerel and thought fragments in an apparent Effort at self analysis. One jotting found in his apartment a happiness is hearing George Wallace sing the National Anthem or having him arrested for a hit and run when his Mother visited the apartment building Bremer turned her away at the door with angry shouts. Then in March he appeared at Wallace Headquarters first apparent Stop on intermittent travels along the governors Campaign Trail. With Bremer eventually would be the $80 revolver he bought at casanovas gun shop advertising the a largest selection of guns in he obtained the revolver Jan. 13, see a Bremer a Page 2 even if they should carry the 4th District they probably could get Only 1 t or 12 of the states National delegates at the most. The 4th District results May hinge on Pottawatomie county where ballots for delegates were locked in a sheriffs vault and were not to be counted until sunday afternoon. Mcgovern forces did win test votes in Pottawatomie county see a a democrats Page 2 a a a a Pontotoc county democrats elect District delegates the Pontotoc county democratic convention was held saturday afternoon at the Ada social services Center. Twenty one delegates and 19 alternates to the District and state convention were chosen. A crowd of about too attended the convention with 82 elected delegates present and voting. Chosen As delegates were Lonnie Abbott Angela Ables Bob Bennett Peggy Bratcher Bill Carr Betty d o b k i n a Jackie Guy Eva Lee Hager Alba Huddleston Ray James j. I. Jones Naomi Knick Meyer Steve Knickmeyer Marvin Kroeker Gorden Eielson Jerri Melson George a. Miller jr., George a a dude Powell Linda Raney William i. Smith and Wes Watkins. Alternates elected were Marie Bailey Johnnie Bennett Rusty Bratcher Pat Bullard Cindy Carr Bob Dobbins Carl Friend Marilyn James Frank Jacques Don Johnson Lillie Kroeker Billy f. Mckeel Annie Mayer Judy Melson Cleo ogee Pat Powell Paul Thompson Ronald Thompson and Lou Watkins. Resolutions were adopted in support of Carl Albert Wes Watkins and Eva Lee Hager As delegates to the National convention. Jerri Melson co chairman for Pontotoc county has been appointed to the credentials committee at the 3rd District convention. The District convention will be held at Lake Texoma june 3, and the state convention is scheduled for Oklahoma City june 10-ll

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