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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Coshocton, OhioBusiness offices 622-2837 newsroom 622-1122 vol. 56, no. 282 the Coshocton Tribune like Bridge tips on gome offered daily new Apap and pet Tori service Coshocton Ohio 43812, saturday evening june 5, 1965 full leased wire report of United press International seven cents new miss Usa the fairest of them All newly crowned miss Usa sue Ann Downey of Columbus walks Down the runway after her Coronation Friday night at Miami Beach Fla. She Wil represent the United states in the miss universe pageant in july. Up telephoto Ohio state University coed begins her year Long reign As miss Usa Miami Beach up a stunning Blue eyed Ohio blonde who once was set on being a began a year Long reign today As miss Usa. I just can t believe said sue Ann Downey 20 of Colum bus Ohio a coed who admitted she had lots of the Ohio state University Beauty was crowned miss Usa of 1965 Friday night winning Over 14 other Semi finalists in the glittering pageant on nation Al television. The new Queen stands 5-foot, 9-inches and tapes 35-24-35. First Runn nip was miss Ari Zona 21-year-old Jane Nelson of Palo verde. She was one of the top 10 finalists in the miss America contest where she competed in Atlantic City As miss new Mexico last year. Legislative logjam is believed breaking up by Robert Tenenbaum Columbus up the legislative logjam is beginning to break up. The Senate finance committee supplied the first real impetus Friday when it approved a com Promise million Highway appropriation Bill for the next two years setting the stage for floor action probably next week. The key was an amendment tornadoes kill one in Texas by United press International torrential downpours dropped up to six inches of rain from Eastern Kansas to Northwestern Missouri today. Tornadoes killed one person in Texas and i Jared several in Kansas. The weather Bureau forecast four to five inches More ram this morning in Missouri. Rivers Kansas and and creeks were pushing Over their Banks. The Rains touched off Flash floods along the South Platte River at Oga Uala neb., Hamp ering a police search for a Bandit who killed three persons and wounded another in a Bank Holdup at nearby big Springs neb. The Rains broke a drought in Eastern Colorado soaking the area with one of its heaviest june downpours in history. Wichita kans., reported nearly four inches of rain in six hours ending at Midnight. Rains of two to four inches pounded other towns in. The state. A Tornado killed one person near Shamrock tex., Friday night another twister badly damaged seven Homes near a ten kan., injuring several per my me weather Bureau said. Unseasonably Cool weather spread through the East drop nine temperatures into the 40s new England to Var Gaia. That satisfied democratic objections to the original Highway Bill Defeated in the Senate in Early april when the democrats refused to give the republicans the one More vote they needed. The amendment to be offered on the floor would require the Highway department to be responsible for Snow and ice re Moval lighting and general maintenance of All interstate highways within cities. Sea Ray t. Milk jr., d Cleveland said the provision relieved his objections to a Section of the Bill he claimed removed millions of dollars from the local government fund and ear marked it for Highway depart ment use. Cities Over in Popula tion Are now required to handle maintenance of interstate High ways. Smaller cities May con tract with the department for the services. The department estimates that state maintenance of inter state highways would save the eight largest counties in the state atone about million a year. Once the Bill clears the sen ate and that May come As Early As next wednesday it still must go through the House but Swift passage there is seen a certainty. There was practically no controversy when the original Bill passed the House in March. The new fiscal year begins july 1 and passage of the Bill it necessary in order for full Highway construction to continue. In a Brief floor session Fri Day the Senate also moved to Bing the activities of the legislative service commission the legislature s research fur ther oat a the open. The ipp9r House pasted Tad to the House a us requiring approval of the chairman Secretary and a majority of the committee in order for a staff second runner up was miss new Mexico Judy Baldwin 19, of Clovis. Julie Andrus 18, miss Kentucky was third runner up. She is from Maysfield by. Fourth runner up was Dianna Batts 19, representing the District of Columbia. She lives in Falls Church a. Miss Ohio who makes her Home in Columbus with her Mother father and two Broth ers was remarkably composed after the judges named her the Winner. The award Means in Cash in personal appear Ance contracts and a suppl among the 15 Semi finalists in next month s miss universe pageant Here. The 20 year old blonde dressed in a White lace covered dress that is reported to be Worth accepted the Crown and scepter from Bobbi Johnson of Washington d. C., last year s Winner. Pageant Host Jack Lin Metter remarked on the resemblance Between miss Downey and miss Johnson both Blue eyed blondes. Spacemen set records North Viet Nam ports Are blasted by Martin Saigon up . Jet fighters bombed port facilities Bridges and Highway traffic in a series of widespread raids Over communist North Viet Nam today. One group attacked a Coal Yard the first time . Planes have hit an economic target. Observers noted that Coal is one of the communist North s main industries and speculated that the american planes might be starting attacks against targets of economic importance. A . Military spokesman said 20 Navy sky Hawks from the Carrier Midway hit port facilities at Vinh 160 Miles South of Hanoi with 72 tons of bombs Bull up missiles and Zuni Rock ets. Pilots reported direct Bull up hits on a wharf and a ship moored alongside it. A spokes Man was unable to identify the ship and said he did not know the vessel s registry or what Flag it was flying. Air Force jets damaged or destroyed 12 trucks during a 30 minute raid against important highways 75 to 90 Miles North of the Border and knocked out a wooden Bridge. Minor skirmishes were re ported throughout South Viet Nam where South vietnamese air Force and . Air Force Marine and Navy aircraft flew a total of 219 sorties in the 24 hours ending at 6 . Today. In one incident 150 Miles Northeast of Saigon Friday a . Army enlisted Man suffered shrapnel wounds while Riding in a helicopter on an am munition Supply Mission. Guerrillas attacked three hamlets in the Binh Dinh area Early today killing one person and wounding six others. Ten defenders were reported miss ing. The Viet Cong lost five dead. Also in the Binh Dinh area the communists attacked a Hamlet defended by a popular forces platoon. The platoon lost two men killed the remainder pase a Tiease China May have sent red jets Washington up the state department says that the soviet twin Jet bombers recently sighted in North Viet Nam could have come from the russians but there was no firm evidence that the soviet Union supplied them. Department spokesman Rob Ert j. Mccloskey said Friday that the bombers possibly could have been delivered by red China or some other communist country. In terms of who delivered he said we Are Uncertain of their officials said privately they assumed that the planes were actually delivered by rus Sia As part of military equip ment promised by soviet pre Mier Alexei Kosygin during his visit to Hanoi Early this year. In response to a question As to what other countries might have supplied the planes Mccloskey commented communist China has some As do Czechoslovakia East Germany Romania. Poland Bulgaria and fire near Pool is extinguished spontaneous combustion of chemicals caused damage to a storage building near a private neighbourhood swimming Pool on Hillcrest dr., around 4-45 . Friday. The chemicals that exploded were used to purify the water in the Pool Coshocton firemen who extinguished the flames said today. Pumps and other equipment to maintain the Pool Are also stored in the building. A discarded cig Aret was blamed for a minor Blaze in a seat of an automobile driven by b. Har Desty South sixth St., at Friday. The Driver after discovering the flames drove to the Walnut St. Fire station where firemen put out the Blaze. North Korea. Other said that if tie planes did not come from rus Sia the most Likely source would he communist China. Talk to husbands wives of the gemini-4 Crew Patricia White left and Mcdivitt talk to their husbands As they Speed across the United states in their spacecraft. The wives went to the Mission control Center at Houston for the talk up telephoto president in rights pledge Washington Dent Johnson stating that the american negro is still another nation despite civil rights Laws says the chief goal of his administration is to give negroes their full rights As americans. In one of the most far reach ing statements he has made on racial problems Johnson announced Friday night he will Call a White House conference on Equality this fall As a first step. The president pledged himself to shatter forever. The Walls which bound the condition of Man by the color of his skin in an address at commencement exercises of Howard University a predominantly negro institution Here. Hundreds of negroes pressed Forward to shake the presi Dent s hand at the close of the speech As a choir softly Sang we shall overcome in the background. Johnson said he will dedicate the expanding efforts of my administration to solving prob lems relating to breakdown of the negro family unemployment Lack of decent Homes welfare and social pro Grams and other elements of the drive to improve the negro s lot. But there Are other answers still to be the president said. Nor do we fully under stand All the problems. There fore this fall i intend to Call a White House conference of scholars experts negro Lead ers and officials at every level of government. New fighting reported in dominican Republic Santo Domingo up rebel held Southeastern Santo Domingo was hit Friday night by High explosive fire in an unexplained renewal of heavy at tack on the area. Col. Francisco Boaventura Cavalcanti a brazilian . Adviser said eight projectiles were fired across the 0 z a River into rebel territory. He said two woman and a Young killed and at least six wounded by the attack. It was not certain immediately exactly what sort of projectile was involved or by whom gets for spankings los Angeles 13 year old choir boy actor has received a settlement for being spanked 65 times once for each minute he was late for practice with the Mitchell boys choir. The settlement was approved Friday in Superior court for John Tommy Smith. His father James Smith. 32, Garden Gove had sought damages for his son. Defendants in the Case were the Mitchell boys choir Roo Ert Mitchell its head and Vin cent George Morton 31, former associate choir director who spanked by youngsters. Morton last year was convicted of felony child beating in the Case and was sentenced to 90 Days in jail and placed on probation for three years the youth is appearing in the King and 1" at the music Center Pavilion Here. Only one person Hurt in Accident they were fired first reports said they Bazooka rockets fired from the two accidents Are reported two minor traffic accidents in the City Friday were investigate go ahead is Given pair from Earth by Alvin b. Webb space Center. Houston up us space champs fames and Edward White headed into the r second Ull Day in orbit today with a system Green go ahead from he ground steadily gained on three soviet records with each passing hour. Soaring Over Australia in the gemini 4 capsule. White scan Ned the of Alexandria through a camera tens and quipped to a tracking station i could have spotted the air port. I took some pictures of it your system looks the Canary Island tracking Sta tion reported after a checkout. Taking a Long list of instructions from the Carnarvon Australia trackers White said you Are getting pretty Sharp calling these things Roger you re looking Good was the radioed reply. At Edt gemini 4 entered its 29th orbit with 33 to go. I Don t see anything to keep us from going four said flight director Christopher Kraft. All were functioning and the astronauts were in excellent physical condition like space tourists the Astro nauts passed within View Fri Day of a strange looking Satel Lite. Mcdwitt reported it had big arms sticking a space Agency spokesman Ozama s held left by the police no one was later information however that they May driven by Donald l. Been mortar or Light 32, of 1221 East Vine St shells fired from positions Helen Stiles 365 Mcclain Pond the american were involved in a Colli it was the first heavy at South second and mul that had been reported its at . The Ozama for some Days said the Stiles car though Rifle fire is heard West on Mulberry St., by in that part of the to yield the right of Way inter american the other Motorist resulting continued their efforts today the Accident. Arrange meetings with the intersection of Locust and ers of the rival factions in its was the scene of an dominican involving an Auto drive the three Man team sent by John m. Touvelle 19, of thursday by the South sixth St., and a parked of american states Oas owned by Graham Haines unable Friday to get in North sixth St. With either of the principal reportedly making a minivan leaders maj. Turn off Locust St., onto Antonio import Barrera St., got his hand caught of the military civilian the steering wheel and in regime or rebel col to free his hand stepped Caamano the Gas feed instead of the the negotiators he lost control of his Bunker of the United states and it went Over the curb mar Penna mar mho of struck the parked car. And Ramon de Clairmont Nas of Al Salvidor talked Friday with . Ambassador demoted Tapley Bennett and Oas Ohio up tary general Jose a. Chief Albert Osborne they plan sunday to tour removed from his Job Fri provinces with a View to and demoted to lieutenant. Ing out opinion outside of immediately appealed the police Hunting suave sadistic Bank Bandit by Timothy c. Gartner his victims As they Lay help big Springs neb. Up police pushed through pouring ram today Hunting a suave sadistic Bandit who calmly killed three persons and wounded a fourth in a wild West style Bank Holdup. Police chief Veldon Fuller of nearby Ogallala neb., said the killer was believed to be holed up in the rolling wheat and cattle country near this stunned own of 550 persons. Police finished a House to Louse search in big Springs scene of badman Sam Bass s big train Holdup of 1877, and fanned out to look through farm and ranch buildings in the quiet Green Countryside. Dark Clouds cast Thomas 6. Hicks 22, Fresno 1, Driver of the demolished car Center waa reported in a satisfactory condition today in county memorial Hospital where he is recovering from injuries nce ived Friday after noon when his car collided with a milk truck on the old Coshocton West Lafayette Road about East of the City. The milk truck shown on its top was driven by Ernest be toy filman. 22, of newcomers town who suffered Only a slight abrasion of the leg in the crash Hicks suffered injuries to the forehead left knee and Chest and will be charged by the Sher Iff s department with reckless operation of a motor vehicle. Essly spread Eagle Friday on he floor of the Small Farmers state Bank. The killer aimed carefully to hit their hearts. One victim was a widow mrs. Lois Ann Hothan 35, a Ank cashier. Her two Little boys 6 and 10, lost their father ast november. Another was the Bank s presi Dent Andy Kjeldgaard Between 70 and 75, a quiet Bachelor. He and his older brother Carl now retired bought the Bank 45 years ago. Franklin Kjeldgaard is Carl s son. The third was another Cash or Glen Hendickson 60. He is survived by his widow and a pall on the scene and a downpour con inked hampering the search irs. The rain forced six search ing air planes to the ground Fri Day. It continued this morning closing several roads. Franklin Kjeldgaard 25, Only survivor of the brutal attack was reported in critical Condi tion today at a Hospital in Den ver colo., 200 Miles Southwest of Here. He said the Bandit was Well dressed Calm and did t even act Tough before he stitched eight bullets into the backs of said late Friday night the sight ing came when Pegasus ii two thousand Kilometres away in a proper direction to be of that is Miles but officials said it was not too for for visual space observation. But this was no space mys Tery. Officials were fairly cer Tain pending an official Check that it was Pagasus-2, an Amei can deletion satellite launched May 25. The satellite was Pace 6 please plane crashes on Maine farm Sabattus. Maine up pilotless air Force transport crashed into a Farmer s Field Friday narrowly missing 14 year old John Vachon who was blowing for his father. All he could hear was the Roar of the tractor s powerful motor As it dug Long rows of a shaped furrows in the Rich dark Maine soil. Suddenly the air was alive wih a heavy gust of wind and the Earth trembled. The frightened boy from near by Webster looked up in time to see a pilotless ch9, twin engine cargo during world War ii As the flying into ground 50 feet away. The Pilot and three crewmen aboard had bailed out earlier. Their parachutes carried them Down to scattered Points near the Maine Turnpike 20 Miles from the crash scene. None was injured. Officials said the from Pennsylvania Crew All were air Force reservists assigned to the 912th troop Carrier group based at the Willow Grove pa., naval air station. Grown son. The Bandit left his victims for dead grabbed in Cash and walked out speaking politely to a Farmer he passed in the doorway. He then drove away either hiding in or near the town or dodging roadblocks which police said were posted 20 min utes after the Farmer found the bodies and gave the alarm. The search spread throughout i 70-mile radius today including sections of Nebraska Colorado and Kansas. Police poured into big Springs some dressed in traditional Western outfits. Intermittent showers possible showers tonight. Sun Day partly Cloudy warm and humid with scattered showers temperatures High Friday 76 Low 45. High year ago 76 Low 47. Atlanta Boston Charleston s. 77 .76 74 pcs Moines 72 Elpaso 79 Indianapolis .81 los Angeles .71 Miami Beach .87 new Orleans 88 York 74 an Francisco 58 Washington 61 60 65 66 60 63 57 78 63 56 52

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