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The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, October 1-16, 1965
Houston Metropolitan Research Center
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1965 |
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    Army Reserve, 10/01/65: Soldiers attend a training session at the US Army Reserve facility in Houston
    Train Derailed, 10/02/65: Technicians work to get a derailed train back on the track
    Corpus Christie [sic] Murder, 10/05/65: Medical personnel, most likely from the coroner's office, comment on a murder investigation
    Lunch, 10/06/65
    Mohole, 10/06/65: Model of an oil platform
    Prince Harold [sic], 10/06/65: Prince Harald of Norway arrives in Houston as part of his tour of the United States. During his visit, the crown prince was honored at a private luncheon at the Petroleum Club. He also toured the Manned Spacecraft Center, now known as the Johnson Space Center. Prince Harald stayed at the home of Albert Bel Fey, a businessman and member of the Republican National Committee. Prince Harald was friends and sailing companions with Albert Fey and his brother, Ernest. 
    Madalyn Murray, 10/06/65: Attorney Maury Maverick questions his client, atheist activist Madalyn Murray (later known as Madalyn Murray O'Hair), during her extradition hearing in San Antonio. Murray was charged with assaulting Baltimore Police Sergeant Charles Kelly on June 20, 1964. During the extradition hearing, Murray testified before Texas Secretary of State Crawford Martin that she feared she would be murdered should she return to Maryland. After reviewing the evidence, Texas Governor John Connally issued an order of extradition. Murray's legal team, consisting of lawyers from the Texas Civil Liberties Union, appealed the decision. A Maryland judge ultimately dismissed the original indictment on October 27, ending the extradition battle. Murray moved to Austin in 1965, where she established the American Atheists Center and the Society of Separationists.
    Bull, 10/13/65: A loose bull runs through the residential streets of Houston
    Army Wife, 10/14/65: The wife of a deployed soldier comments on the Vietnam War
    J. Haley, 10/14/65: Conservative activist and historian J. Evetts Haley responds to criticism waged against his self-published book, A Texan Looks at Lyndon: A Study in Illegitimate Power. Released in the midst of the 1964 presidential election, the book suggested, among other things, that President Lyndon B. Johnson was involved in the assassination of his predecessor, John F. Kennedy.
    T.V. Petitioners, 10/16/65: A citizens group sets up a table outside the Brown Book Shop in downtown Houston to pressure city officials to televise school board meetings