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   Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 2, 1969, Denton, Texas                                Alt Of Krruitl-Chrimirlr MT-Sttn I DENTON RECORD-CHRONICLE I'uii A'rir.s Of The Wurltl. The Xutltm Anil Your Xeighhorit f'ur .III Of Itccord-Chrunicle Telephone ,3117-1811 CSTII YEAR OK DAII.V .SKKVICK 253 DIATO.V, TKX.VS. MO.VUAV .tfTER.VOO.V. JIM: 2. IJSJ Tra Cents 15 Cents Sunday Smith Veto Question Looms Rockefeller Calls Studcnl Riots Threat FORT OF SPA1X, Trinidad With tai current Latia- lAmerieaa tour marred further The World's Farc- -lly ll'irli F Thtie is talk that the Governor will call the Legi.sUfure into ipecia! sessions to raise enough tax money to pay fur the spccui seisins. lay Toll j 61st Legislature iXcars Record j Finishes Tonight Of 542" rhli ts straight freta the horde's moath: You caa blame the Huuvir. Ruuscveli Truman, Eiscnhoncr. Kennedy. .by postpoocmenJ cf his visit ta! and -Vxcn adaiiniJratkcs for all oi your problems Gov. Netsoo A AliTIN Senators and. representatives wrapped up Pj Till; ASMMtlTH) miss ends today as seal then 500 persons were the Hit Legislature's regular to the history bucks. of Hardeman. Tie-thirds or Jl senators out of die Jl are Deed- ed for confirmatKiQ. At least 1! senators signed a pact early in the session to Uix k Hardcmaa's RockeMer sari Sunday night j Ai unnamed political scientist daims that the surface ft jrectidof 5t! deaths for a thrce- that the student dcmonstratiocsj tbe rational caiptcl wiS resemble those photos cf the moun 'day Memorial Day holiday stt I: against ta mission pomt sp aa one cf these days, if the federal government continues its 1m ijrasai.'ira and as southern -----.-----------------IrabubTed across th? country. 4 a Mmilar TS-hour mn- I The stop m Caracas today iwas tave beea the last on RxtefeEcr's second fact-find-1 ing tour for President Xixoa. a tour already marred by cancel-l latino of a visit to Hera, vio- lence in Ecuador and curtail- ment of tie stop in f-otri-ia. Then Ihe Veneruelaa Cabinet met Sunday and President Ra kdkd on the satton-s high Mtnional Pa? merit-! end aproiaJnxr-t. end tht   aVtit deixt Suaiiy morrir.g ia new programs have been. I'niversiiy .developed at the bachelor's. Degrees went t> and doctor's level; a el ta M3 it the same time last Center was established at vear. i Continued growth of TV'lTs graduate divisions also in that the number tioaof the Rockefeller ccmtnraed. -It is determinedj.lf I was sporadic and lasted state highway patrol, for about five r.curs, cntil the Viet Cong troops withdrew. At least six of the enemy it to cover the it a wiciiuuKv.ri (..'vIljl'.TJ u ITOOpS WimOTCW. At that is becoming mcreas- tie were ingly evident throughout the I I rap-' f-jhemisphere that would like Aa At- tured. beadijuarters said.f break dim-a, to stroy the friendihip betw etn our coantnei." The Xew Ycrk governor as- serted that Jus trip -is becom- ing increasingly important and inert asingly useful." Houston; aa entirely a focusing attention and JEjj vision just at the DaEas resickntiil, mstru- 1 recreatioa- Hi 4JHI. UiC ciJded II at the master's lacOitiej lave on the Main Campus ta Decton; i important additions have been 'n-jde an alrtidy distinguish- ed faculty; and resources for the social and intet Komi) Squad Checks Blast what Is going on in this hemi- sphere and n attire of these fortes and the magnitade cf these forces in terms of demo- cratic he said. Nixon is sending Rockefeller and a team cf experts all over [lectual enrichment of students] America for a survey to .have been expanded. "But no initiation can afford ANN ARBOB, Mich. be about its Aa FBI tsnb squad flew to Ann achievements, nowadays, for Arbor from Washington today to ij more w dtf aivesugate a bomb blast Sunday" available be- tight that said I help formulate administration policy ia the hemi- sphere. houses ROTC maa las come forward with a cricket s-xtgM for the Eisenhower Museum ia Abi- Km. The cricket offered by Don Las sen is not aa ordinary one however. It U oi the children's clicker toys used by paratroopers for signaling and identification during the invasion of Normandy in 1914. Lassen says he served ia the 505th Parachute Infantry One Anjerican was killed, II were wouajed aid no T..f were reported amore; the South; 111 Texas candidates wil S per cent or Normally 2t per cent of jte in a Gar- Today's skimpy session mittianjen. The VS. Command reported eight rocket and nxirtar attacks1'1 New Jersey and Virginia with primary Jury li, are the only came netessary when oxat tave gubernatorial and House leaders fccovered elections this year. New Jer- late Saturday that paper is watched because of the .rate of law-making in the state in national elec- At kast persons died vio- days. CHherwise the' regular ses- tJors Texas duri the Jong and mtjl Suidjy. stem would have ended Saturday midnight. Passage cf the session's pria- field 2S3 miles northeast of S IUC IAM.4A VAM Regiment, the organizati'OT of About tea veterans setto? 1 cricket. AV s P Two ttmservatives are givra an edge: forrocr Gov. Robert B. Meyner in Ihe Democratic race was completed e'arly j and U.S. Rep. Charles W. Sand- Associated c'ouiiiediSaturday night with House final maa Jr. ta the Republican coa- illed in autirrobile at-ri-iaKirevat cf a one-year teadiers test. The present governor, Demo- RKhard J. Hughes, has casualties or damage but said over-aa toe later were tight, i The The American adviser was re-, ported killed at the Dak To .m raise bm- state'i firit ..-tj c.i land M by throueh miniTmim warv law irrf j fcia though every raratroorrr in five South VJcmanW ing through minimum ..._____ j setting n? !7 ww state district S ftrar-year terms, Other of violence All had K-en approved making him iaeligihh to sctk the invasion- was issued i.ere .mded. had to by the SfMte. "1 eiist. I'aje ear Tlum. atur 'ay m a car-track Pompidou, Pohcr Headed near MeKhney. The to change Texas college to Texas xcrsity one was injured. measurable improvement! !alone cannrt be cpon PARIS (APH-GeorgfS Pom- Ihe luted -So- Ray Hoadand. FBI resident as evidence of the rising and Alaia Peher party, per cent; ia Ara Arbor, taid a puw- lit? of our tabors. I today into a runoff battle for the', Louis Ducatel, millionaire in- rrfu! cxploshe was placed un- der the gas tank o{ tie car. is ever free of ana was parked alutigsxk lh< responsibility for evaluating Xorth Hall The car was iihed and parts of it thrown as far as 61 fett. _ lie blast blew oat 7, deal of time n search of sat- many windows in the twilrg and knocked dowa a smatt part a brick wal There was ro esti- mate of damage, bet stroclBral damage the buihl- irg apparently was slight. A fire followed the He sure but was localized and quickly ftrftnrn. that i: seems nowadavs of the fr. 9.271.122; Ducoa, eer. i.Ul.CG; Duclos, 4.TS7.6SJ; Dcffrrre, Rocard, ______ presidency with the'dustriafot 1J7 per cent, and Sli.SIJ: Ducatrt, and ia position de- Alain Krivm-. a J7-jear-old sto- Kririnc. 2J7.7JI. cide the outcome. [dent extremist. per cert. 57-jear-otd former Official results lacking only Rothschild banker and Presi- about S00.900 votes from some dent Charles de GaaDe's pre- overseas areas, gave these mier lor six years, was a jijj.ni; pch-prcsidenUal term. prisingly strong front runner a' the first round Sunday receiving iswimmirtg pleaiart. Uit tke ,tiromTiing figure was high c-.irnpared to cri-er years. Tho fiyur-cK-ath crash Saturday .n'ght near McKmney oexTcrcd S. just wtst of the city Th?  Dutch marines into the city show trolled this Caribbean island ts- their support tor workers de- day as labor kadcrs threatened manding higher wages Iron 'new violence unless the a cor.traoting (inn minister resigns. [working at tie SheU refinery. Seventy per cent cf ,The marchers said W'escar wai stad's business district lay in'paying rts workers at the refi- ruins after being put to the rery krecr wjjcs than those torch ta rioting Friday. The gov-! paid by Shell. enrnent reported two persons! rested. OtSrr sources said march, and the demonstrators were kiLeo. en a rampage. Before it Losses Irom burmnj ;arjl toot- im> mort wg wtrt estimated at aul- 1 mcre amol kmstad. battling potke and alrf Joctoj the Dutch marmes, the Netherlandi Sonday, set np checkpoint j and enforced a dusk-to-dawB curfew. Liqaor! t< sales were banned and inspect- i 'ed Sorters were rounded cp. IOMMIMC.il Tobce asked inchtd- ing about (00 Americans, to stay ia their or to Irave tbe predominantly Negro Island be- cause "-you lock hke the rOMPIDOU MKCTS I'RKSS A11KR VOTE <0l NT Former Premier Led First Kkund Of tJrrUon v Tbe rioting brole out during march by striking petroleum workers. Racial overtones mnshroomH as demon- strator began tooting and torn- ing stores owned by Dutch set- Uen. Leaders d wvea snions charged that Prime Minister Ore Krooa was partly respcnsi- fcr Use labor rarest that fed piiii to Ihe march. I Sr.era] -rsrkm tsd off their knje Newspapers tave evolved tVir Want Ad sections lJ provide a means of commoai- catkc. People cwarnanicate others through Waal Ads like the foflowirg: HWIOOM IJ The maa who placed de above told a Deotoa Kecord- Cfcronide emptoj-ee, "Never has my response beea this M house was rented; Vint Adi are a efficient and econccnkal means of Place your cecnmisucabon. ad bj raffirg   

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