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   Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 28, 1969, Denton, Texas                                i -iil'-f, for All -f'v 5 Record-Chronicle Telephone 387-3811 .Sj Support Denton j Fund Drire DEXTO.V. TEXAS. FRIDAY APIERXOQ.V, NOVEMBER tt, IS Pages Ten Cents. 15 Cents Sunday Trip; Crash Kills Denton Family Apollo Trio JL i i' Near Hawaii ABOARD USS HOSXET (AP) Laughing it up Just as they did to the moon, the Apotb U hmar explorers badgered r PLANE CRASH CLAIMS FIVE LIVES The Senter Family Dies In Belleme Atcident Massacre Witnesses Said Break Silence FT. BENNLVG, Ca. (AP) Aa Army )adge says his order for potential witnesses not to discuss My Lai slaying case fa pnbbe fa being defied and has caned a Mffmg of attorneys to- LL CoL Reid W. Kennedy. win establish the Army's fa the court martial el Lt WOIam L, witnesses just Jr., announced Thursday witnesses and the pab- ptaas to caa the closed session' bcation...... come to some kind of coo- about defiance of an or- der to witnesses..; to talk- fag M the press.- He gave no indication of the action contemplated.' -i "I caa understand ilnost except thff contmnoas it is said. done about this." By Bill Rives Oat at the Rex Cauble ranca the other eight, daring the party for visiting Asian )oarnansts, I was introduced to DavH Little, 'of Sydney, AnstraEa. 1 He's a Jooraalist, prodorer aid1 iclf for a station, and is one of. 20 newsmea tourirg the as guests of oar gtnxrr- inest ff. i Attempting to strike .a roBversatioaal note that miffi a'respoese; I told bio I'd often read that Asstrab'a >nd Texas were maca abke, 5 ia topegraphy and ia the characteristics of tie I fie disagreed. He said he wasa'.t core- about the topograpSy, and he thought that Texans were psritankaL 3 He'd been ia Texas less" than, i I was csrioas to LOOT taoujht me "were pontaaicaL Deal get their paper wet" ride bike on i jfTry .to'coflett each' time be pats' 'check 'paps attached to screen. Dont ask -Do exactly what Mrs. X says. She win be waiting.- rTo'coBect, donl mention money- but talk about of his bffl before be i'-.-i. "Do whatever she savs to do, wonder so many carrien B? to be saccessfi] their careers. f Earfier this wetk, Wkk Fowler, tie chili impresario, was going to Fist Texas to cute a speech, and he was a strttch of road between Bonham and UcKinney when he saw a bhj eardboard box fa the ru ._---------, got out-and day. we were fa DaCas, and went back to see what was they got us aB and took as ta tat He thought maybe to church.! 5 a was some valuable cargo fast assumed we off a track, wasted to go to church. And be'd be a good Samaritan that's a 'pretty "Urge t see that tt was returned aMarrffkiB. I'd say." J DOB t the M people fa Aastritj go to csorch? "Some do and some dosX" he saSd. -Bat nobody "goes to the outer. ;.Whea he got to the box. he saw that it utwrapped. He bftcd sp one aide of the top and peered fa. I gsess what happened fa' DaBaj would be considered kidnaping fa Australia, v; Newspaper carriers, or at least many of them, are good about {zving tips to other boys who subsUate' for' them oaring vacations etc. Chtr fa Uacoa. Gi. the Uacon Telegraph carried as Jten 'abort coe of their carriers sad the fastmtjoos be kft for hfa sabsUste. The toy's parents saw the fa- stroctions and sect them to the paper. The youngster had made ttotes'M each one of his K subscribers. Here are a lev samples: M- -When M rafas. put paper fa car fa garage. Doc t every Satarday. Xaus Opta HMSC Solay Shop, U741H Recard-Chronicle. That Jut goes to pwt what we've beea saying'a3 dekrer this tewspaper anywhere: and Mrs. C D. Bojer, 124 Shcrmaa Dr, recehtd a letter from their son BdL who was fa Teheraa, Iraa on business last wrtL V" i Be wroteJS fa; part: fcwe Americans shouU be thaakftl that we lave a'wco- derfJ cooniry to Lvs fa. One dorsal reabe this toe has twekd abroad. Those litt> things that take tor granted fast dont exist fa this part of the world." 1 agree. If everybody fa (Us country could tour the world, there'd be a lot less gripmg about ceoditjoas here." Thaaksghln; Day was pfeai- and titt yoa didot drive tmdj the faflamct of CaneyV a former platoon commander fa Ccmpaay C, 1st Battalion, Ilth Infantry Brigade, is charged with mar- dertog m South VKtnameseci- vffians at the viHare of Mr Lai on March K, IKS. aeywog- Richard F. Gordon Jr. with as they neared to- days Uadmg in Hawaii 'Charles Conrad Jr. and Alan L. Beaa couU not contain their glee when a gloomy Gordon ap- peared fa the wbdow of their van wiU this sign around his neck: "Beware! Looey wop. Whatl more, Gordon had his hat and flight suit oa backward. Cordon, a Navy maa like Con- rad and Bean, had never before crossed the equator, "aboard skip. That meant he was a "poi- 1------." or fa his case a -taey ,----------a Gordon's houn fa bmar orbit. As hxk would have it, he was bottled up fa the  v Ngai Province shortly to icvesU- gate reports of the slaying. v do not know where the truth is and we want to verify hardened." hr uH Air Force Base aboard faa Force 1 cargo plane' to EUinjtoa ArBjnear Manned SpacerraTt Center, They are scheduled to arrive there at dan ,_ ahead before the preli- minary round at HeHirJd, A news Uactoct on bow the talks are going prevailed agaia today as it tu the meet- fctp brsao. By joint agreement. spokesmen for the two sides are saying' nothing beyond anaoonc- ing the meetag times- i It oaderstbod that the delegates decided to recess for a long weekend to order to aDoi Gordon'and blasted from their LESUE EUILVE SE.NTER S-UtUl SENTER roval The Teiai aissloa Highway Com-1 The remaining iSI} mites, to has Ski-Bound Scntci'sDie AlBcljcvue An entre Denton family of five, bound for a festive hobby y gathering fa the fctgkaads of New Mexico, perished early Thursday ia the crash of their light place daring a sleet and raia storm V north centra! Texas. Dead were 3. R. Senter about his wife Nonna. their son, J. Rodrick. 17. and two dughten, LesEe IS, and Sana, IS. Funeral services wifl be held Saturday at J pm_ fa the Grace Temple' Baptist Cbnrch.lwith Goen Funeral Home fa charge of arrangements. It 'was hours before positive identification was made m the bodies of.Senter and the two girts. Officers said the crash oc- csrred during bad weather fa a wooded area on the Gowaa Ranch, 'seven miles southwest of BeQevue, a >ilj some miles'southeast of. Wichita FaDs. The family had driven to the Denton Uunxipal Airport early Thursday morning, parked their station wagon'-fa the 'private hangar there the single-engine Piper Comanche was itpt. and left M what they hoped Would be a long od happy hoBday weekend'. at the family ski jcottage at Eagle JUI. the Eeaerse ranch: enrnd. by Danasfte Crazier Gowaa beard the 'sputtering of. tie; smaB engine, a''oukt acceleration, followed i by the fire and smoke of the crash.- First persons'oa the scene were, Gowaa and the ranch tortmaa.' Charles Ramsey. pebris from the craft 5 was ___ .w j M M MJC appmrdibe .drn-etoped at an estimated'scaaered over ireaJ The development of. U.I miles of cost .'of miEon. wu embedfed fa rg o poScy in Vietnim U a mas- sacre OCCUIICJ. e said VS. aims ia Vietnam jtalacd -I doot see that it dsprcvrd becanse it fa claimed, or evw that it fa proved, that there has beea this atrocflyv: It he continued, oujht to bare dismissed the Vorth Vietnamese rase Icoc aeo becanse the deliberate crt-ffians has beea a part of the North Vietnamese method or a keg tnae." .CaDey bj'cnder oo form of cotfinement here and b going ibout his duties as aa aide to W. Long, deputy post commander. After k-s trial ordered, he was forbUdea to leave the' Cal area withoat pcnnfasion. he said. S. Sgt David Uitcfaefl has beea charged with assault with'w via HKZK- i intent to murder and the US. must i Army says it is investigating H soldien and ex-soldiers fa the !'l: Ia London, British Forriza Secretary Michael Stewart said President Nixon caa continue u couat on British backing of VS scfTicfect preparation for, thi session. The layover pives Beaa. them more time also to repon their home govern- back 13 meets. good afternoon! _ if-... ---JfS Six North Texas State made the All-Missouri Val- ley Confertcce picked by_the Associated Press. story. Page IS. Index...and... Wcnthcr Amisemfits Classified Ads Farm to Market Roads in Destoa County as part of the 1K3 state program. Estimated cost of the work designated previously and Is i irom J ,__ about the mxnt _; part "of' the and the 'propeDer was jto Market Road System fa Roads bring developed are: Texas to thousand tofles. FU 2131. from FU CS south "Pal U 15 total of to Texas H; FM JMO, from an state-maintained highways fa1 o miMi being constructed fa 1 __ "f frvfxaez was The addrtjpaal mJeage brings found standing straight up 'fa tte designated Farm and mud pod s Searrhen 1'" loor Moond'east to New England (tales.1 FJI from IHl----------" there, only four occupants. aftrr officers talked with reUthrs and (raids of the K, J-S miles north of Denton, Cmswtrd Pwzule EdiUrials Ii The Newt............... t Tork'on those roads was scheduled previously, bat ad- __ dtocal fuds were needed. Joe JS5JP.'. Maddox. resident engineer, be fa charge of the comity projects.'" Work authorized ia Dentoa County is part of the SI7.1 miles Texas Faros and Ranch to Uarlet Roads earmarked for development. The program Ests m projects fa in counties. EsUmated total cost Is Kt miEon.' mctadcd ia the prograai totah ZJ7J mfles W roads wita" aa 'estimated IcostWU.Jmiaioo. CHRISTMAS Girr GLIDE: starts Snnday in the classified seftiop of the Recwd-Chronkle I column Inch fapprox. 45 words) Only S10 To place jour ad please rail years reached the mark this and nearly half "of them occerred fa the IS ntootla since the Paris peactUOs begaa. Dcfal sources said today. Oa the battHieVl, commw- ikpes said figMiag was bgbt. The VW Cotg amboshed at Sooth Vietnamese troopi fa the Uekonc Delta and kflkd M men and wounded II. There M reported enemy losses. jj The US.. Command reported t enemy rocket and iheCfcg at- cks darirg the night fa which American wtre wwad- spotesnua; saM VS. 3 The VS. Command casaaSy liSBrts (or the period from Jaa. last SatirdiT tntafaf or captured. these j flgares' total offriah said they da not facfade at least K8 American! tres. North and Cong troojs have beea Stace the peace talks fa Paris td from Sonday throogk today and tits pats total casaalues over the mark. The cial caaaXy figures ior this week wont be released satfl text I.Tht U5. troops lave died ta said IttS nee. and c< Da Anxrfcui kffled and Tta from and other tans hjvt beea k2kd 'and aa- M 'tit J J VMHalMTQ. v The Mettaai war has become the tkird costliest fortiga war only fey the two world wars. la World War I. there VAmericaa 1 battlefield deaths. ajB other deaths, and ilLS, troops wounded WurM War n cassalties wtre Amcricaas kiaed. 11J VS. deaths fron other enses. tad American wtwded fa terror facMenU ia the first 11 South of IMI. U a report al Control Co to the UterBatioo- fteruahtine. the gw- said there wtrt It2 bv wtre _ The tatenatioaal tm Coatrei da, Poland and India, was tet up to supervbe the Geneva Agreements of that ended the Frenca-Inixtoa'war, but it has beea U Saigoa, i former special assfataat to Itesideat Xgiyea VM TktaTaad O other Soath oa trial toUyferiiaeU V trrasoa btfart mUary bribaxal.. Q rocrtWed fsooi rectht a death peaaky. cl the drfendasts fa sAvmioa trial fa history an TUTU'S former assist Ngsyea Vaa Kfah, or- prised obsentTS whea he ad- mitted fa testJmoRy that be had beta't member the Comnai- ;ni troops fa the deka today came M they wtre escortan a and learned that the family'waj supposed to ,iave been on board, they returned to the scene and located the Dfta body. .Ideatlflcatioaof three njemben' of the cot known" unt3 late Thorsday after autopsies were "completed.' Only the mother and tea. had beea identified 'at the scene. Bodies of at least three wtre boraed beyond patrol BJ1 Gardner; of Bowiesaii "t- The highway patrol tad theorized throughout the day that the bodies wtre those of the seater famfly, bat rumors that three of the persons may hive beea friends or praspec- property fcrj-ers were not nta the ,t marked the third tone fa fteks1 that, Sooth "Ti _ beavy tetses fa the delta. AaeVkai f fafaatrymea: then' fast S7 kffled fa tww'ftjhts last i which U Nlet Coot wtre kffled." J pitted Tbcnday Bight. Setter moved to Demon fa -J6I; from', Cnptrfae, and betaaie general manager and a major owner if Foremost Mobfle Homes. incV AbSTi Page X CHRISTMAS LIGHTS GO TOMGHT V'l each year by of aB kfads. ofDrtaBy h wheilht city f decontjons fitht aa'fa iqure ,-i dt, efectrtcal th< Caristmu deSraOow i operate tUy from the dty wirked aB wtek LH after   

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