Vernon forge and collect a cheque of its employer in association with his brother in
law Travis Smith and a friend Lether Gable. They are arrested. Against payment of $500 p.p. they can until the process on free feet remain.
Only Vernon continued wait in an cell for its process.
Elvis performed in "The Camden City Auditorium" Camden, Arkansas at 7.00 and 9.15 PM
Elvis wrote a letter to Alan Fortas from Grafenwohr, where he was on maneuvers.
Still he appeared homesick and he wrote to Alan that he hoped for a miracle to get out of the army before March 1960. He also described his new girlfriend, Margit, looking a lot like Brigitte Bardot.
Elvis performed at the State Fair Grounds Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at 8:30 p.m. The crowd was 11000 and Elvis wore "Lace" suit with white Macrame belt.
Elvis performed at the Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, Utah at 8:30 p.m. The crowd was 13000 and Elvis wore "1971 Snowflake" suit with original belt and Black cape.
The total profit of this tour, after reduction of the costs, was $804,000. ,
which had to be divided between the Colonel and Elvis.
Elvis, Linda and Lisa-Marie flew from Los Angeles to Honolulu. They were accompanied by a large group: James Caughley, Joe Esposito, Dick Grob, Gee Gee Gambill, Charlie Hodge, Dr. Nichopoulos, Sonny West, Red West and the 3 Stanley brothers, Ricky, David and Billy.
Elvis had bought a new Ferrari and it was delivered to Memphis in a rental truck.