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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 24, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 24 the stars and stripes Oklahoma slaying leads to another Pic Iier okla. Up searchers saturday found the body of a Man whose car was believed stolen by two men charged with murdering a col lege student and raping his twin 17-year-old Sisters the previous weekend. Authorities said it appeared thai Paul Mcmahan 38, of a Kansas City Kan., whose Bod was a clump of Bushes in a mining area North of Picher. Had been slain with a meat j Cleaver. I or. V. Dale Alquist Cheroke county Corner said he identified the body As Mcmahan from tattoos on his Arm. An intensive search of the area honeycombed with abandoned mine shafts had Bee made by state and local police from Oklahoma and Kansas withheld from the Fri. Officers had traced a car found at the scene of the slaying of Harold James Pope 20, of Tulsa a student at northeastern Oklahoma state College in Tahle Quah to Mcmahan. Pope was shot to death after he stopped to help two men change a tire on a county Road near table Quah the night of june 16. His Sisters were raped. Mcmahan was seen in a Tav Ern near Picher the night of june 15.lee o. Teague agent in charge of the Fri in Oklahoma said agents Learned that Mcmahan had a few drinks at the tavern with the suspects in the Tahlequah Case. Mcmahan was on vacation an had gone to his father in Law s Home in nearby Baxter Springs Kan. He left there june 15, say ing he was going to Picher. Ina Kansas City Mcmahan s wife said she last saw her husband a Foreman in a meat packing Plant june 14.ottawa county okla., sheriff Bill Shulein said the body was located on a tip. Chester Dale Mcdonald 22, of Baxter Springs and Delbert Hopper 24, of Barnsdall okla., were arrested accused have Viet peace talks favored by Rocky new York a a. Rockefeller said Sun Day he believes the Only Way Toan honorable peace in Vietnam is through negotiations. But he tear Gas used in poor City t continued from Page Ujj Mand Post near the Camp said part of the resurrection City population had to be evacuate until the tear Gas cleared. The latest in a series of confrontations Between police and militant youths from the Cam came less than 24 hours before the expiration sunday night of the camping permit for the Resi dents. The Rev. Ralph David Aber Nathy vowed saturday to keep his followers at resurrection Cit beyond the stipulated deadline. Police said a number of Flam ing objects probably Sticks dipped in gasoline were also tossed out of the Camp in Sun Day morning s disturbance. Some of the hut City s Resi dents received minor injuries from the tear Gas and several were taken to hospitals for treat ment. A Security officer at resurrection City said leaders of the poor people s Campaign have decided to kick the unruly youths out of the Camp. Raymond Williams a tenacity Ranger said the youths members of a Milwaukee group called the commandos have been causing trouble right along. And the leadership has t to do anything about he said Only a Small number of the City s residents were involved. Baseball sunday s major league line Acore by the associated press american league first game Detroit 000 000 0000 3 1 Cleveland 300 000 oox3 6 1 Hiller Khant ii Wyatt 8 and free Han Tiant and Arinio. A Tiant 11-5. L Hiher r -2. First game Boston ooh 300 000 6 8 0 Chicago 0000100102 6 2 Bull Ami Howard Fisher Mcmahon Lanar 7wilhelm 9 and to Neilley. A Bell 0-2. L Fisher 2-4. Or Chicago Berry. New York 1 010010013 7 1 Minnesota 100 110 30x 6 is 1 , Worlia Iii i7i, Womack i7i Ami Fernanda Mernett and . W Merrill ii-0. L Petel son 4 ii. Has new York. I Lai Lio 2kosco 81. National league Imojo 00 1 121 000 2110 Fox Billiris Isham 8 and los Angeles re York Singer Aguirre 5 Hul Tophoj k is Kyun Jackson 8taylor i and Korotu. W Ryan 6-5. L sinner. 6-7. His ims Angeles fairly i a. Savage 1. New York Jones 8. Philadelphia 002000002412 1 Houston 120 002 20x7 9 1 Fryman Hall 7boozer 8 and Ryan sumaster Gladding and Bate Man. W Ler Nastor 7-6. L Fryman ill ii. Hrs Philadelphia. Allen lit. Houston Simpson 1. Said he would not condone communist government in South Don t think that any presi Dent of this country can agree to any settlement that is knowingly going to result in a communist government the Republican governor said in a television interview. Self determination now i think the settlement has got to be on a basis of self determination and the renunciation on the part of the Vietcong of the use of Force and said he is in fundamental disagreement with his opponent for the Republican presidential nomination former vice president Richard m. Nix on on what he said was Nixon View that there is no alternative to a continuation of the think he said that we re Only going to Settle this and bring about an honorable peace through also said he fell there should be full discussion about the War not a moratorium because of the talks in Paris. Marriage or. And mrs. Donald Hasler Are All smiles after their wedding at Martha s Vineyard mass. The Bride Remi 19, is the daughter of negro sen. Edward w. Brooke r-mass., while the Groom also 19, is the son of a White machinist. A 3o.ooo acres in California fire rages out of control los Angeles a a30,000-acre Brush fire burned out of control 40 Miles Northwest of los Angeles sunday despite a Battle by 1,200 men to contain the flames. Fire officials reported it was one Quarter contained by Dawn. A companion fire in the tinder Humphrey. Continued from Page dictation the talks had entered a More responsible phase and that whatever Little movement there has been in Paris has been Humphrey sought in his inter View to differentiate Between his views and some of those of the administration although emphasizing his own past and continued support of the president. I have not been calling the signals Humphrey said. I have been in the position of a lineman doing some of the downfield blocking. There s a great Deal of difference but i make no apology for it. You can t always have i your weather partly Cloudy with scattered afternoon showers. Little change tuesday. Frank Furt Heidelberg High 72, Low 55. Tempera Tures recorded sunday get 4 4 am pm 88 Adana p 75 81 Athens p 61 75 Aviano p 54 77 Berlin p 48 77 Frankfurt p 55 59 London p 4 4 am pm 66 76 Madrid p 50 77 Munich p 57 64 Paris p 48 55 Prestwick p 63 73 Rome p 66 79 wheelus c a Clear a partly Cloudy. 2nd weather win dry Angeles National Forest was contained it was announced. This fire was burning 16 Miles away in the Liebre Mountain District. Both fires ignited fighters in Central Cali fornia bought a Blaze under control at los padres National for est saturday it began thurs Day. Five persons were injured Fri Day one critically. Fire officials called in Man Power from other states including highly trained Indian team from Arizona and new Mexico. Airlines tighten firearm shipping Washington up the nation s airlines have announced new regulations for shipping fire arms by air freight. A spokesman for the air transport association vice president Norman j. Philion said the Tariff regulations now require waybills to give Clear description of each shipment. Under the new rules shipment of firearms must also be prominently before the shipment can be accepted the shipper must submit a letter which the airline will mail to the police at the Point of destination. The letter will give the name and address of the receiver and a description of the contents. To Aid county state and Federal fire fighters. No communities were immediately threatened but Gusty winds hampered work toward control. . Police clash with biafran London a mounted police and 300 London bobbies clashed with african demonstrators outside prime minister har old Wilson s 10 Downing Street residence sunday with March ers beating on Drums and hitting policemen with umbrellas. Waving banners and placard denouncing the Sale of British arms to Nigeria about 1,000 biafran demonstrators were forced Back from Downing Street an across Whitehall by the unarmed police. Skirmishes broke out and afew demonstrators were arrested. Buses bringing police reinforcements formed a barricade to Block Downing Street. Ters no escaped sew later when the two asleep. U several guns reported from a to Ahles l Home were in flu Ole late sports Toronto a Bob Charles a lean lefty from new zealand fought off the Challenge of menacing Jack Nicklaus sunday and won the Canadian open Golf Champion ship shooting a final round66, four under Par for a 274. Mccarthy 1 Nixon Rod in Gallup i Tkel Princeton. democratic presidential sen. Eugene j. Mccar leads Republican co Richard m. Nixon Ardnel Rockefeller the Gallup of ported sunday Mccarthy s rival for theocratic nomination vice Dent Hubert h. Leads Nixon but trails., York governor in Gallup National Survey of Reg voters. The Survey was died on the eve of last to new York primary Carthy s forces won. Inroads made the Gallup organization Mccarthy had made in against both Nixon and Feller. The Minnesota Dei. Received the support of 39.cent of the registered voters a test against Rockefeller won 38 per cent support i Mer Alabama gov. George Wallace won 16 per cent an per cent were undecided against Nixon Mccarthy a 41 per cent of the vote and 1former vice president got 39 i cent. Wallace received 14 cent and 6 per cent were ii it Cidell. Views volatile Humphrey led Nixon cent to 37 per cent with i1 cent for Walace and 7 per undecided. Rockefeller r or polled 39 per cent Ophrey s 38 per cent my lace getting 17 per cent per cent undecided. _ the Gallup Organ rationed that political via la have been As volatile in past few months an Seldom have so Man dates been in such close tests. Chomp 7l of the army Sibpsst-"1 i ame iss str is chewed in one mow Thau enga of belter my record i Lared Marline his mask Atoji ffsf3nsl g01b8 Sung opher j.0""81., Kastel. I 1"times were 70 one hour and

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