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Cliitis Imaeda. Editorial Fahn �?�.��?�.�?�. 13a ten Anclam. 1m8a 7-Lsb Oil. Ica. 14a sports 5b. 16b women. 1-12c its lonely now in Copper Breaks but Park taking shape. Staff writer George Woit it reports on Progress on state Park construction near Quanah Tex. Page 12a. First Pony express tournament slated for Wick Rita Falls. Exciting race is dangerous and a crowd thriller. Page 13a. Martial Law called to counter com in Tunis threat. Manila president f erd Nanri e. Marcos declares it initial Law in the philippine is. Page 7a. An evening in Tivous gardens to be museum s big gala. Black tie Benefit party set around theme of Copenhagen Dei Imark Page 10. A a weather Wichita Falls Vicinity Mosul fair sunday and monday with High temperature sunday in Low 80s, Low sunday night in upper 60s and mondays High in upper is winds 10-20 Miles pm hour sunday., Wichita Falls weather Flata in wich Lii Falls for the 24 hours ending at to . Saturday temperature 1972 1971 19 it p.1ll 72 59 Hall main. 86 64 minimum. 54 s8 barometric pressure at 10 . Saturday was 29.90. \ a precipitation none to Date ii72, 13.02 1971, 18.32record temperature this Date High 101 in 1928 Low 49 in 1065. Sunrise and Sunset sunday Sunset 7 28 . Monday Sunrise 7 24 . Sunset 7 27 a int. ,. A displays films performances by Baridis and Drill teams and All manner of flying objects will highlight Sheppard air Force bases open House Observance of 25 the anniversary of the flying Force . Featured will 1� two performances from the famed thunderbird demonstration team beginning at 3 . A Quot the 30-minute show will Climax a five hour open House. It will be preceded by an inspection by maj. Gen. Robert a Petit commander Man drowns right in style read oui daily Wichita fails times and record news a prof our a two pm per to Yuto Ihil your my if a on the Pori or conv Lent of Yoi a reach. I you he Vitol r��1ved your Wlch Ltd fall tiny by i 00 pm you can help us give you Beller or Vic by Del lip 7<7�141 and one will be. Delivered. Circus Tatlyn office hours 6 . Lob .-weoltdov� a a . 0 12 noon Sofu Dayi 7 . Of 10 . Sun Doyi times Square 13th amp Lamar 76307 to a will inform read both Wie Lilla fall time a and Wichlei pills by card no we by Richard works Homes staff writer a 2>yean-old Wichita Falls res dwt Alanzo Harris drowned in a swimming Accident about 5 45 . Saturday at Lake Arrowhead state Park South Cut of Here. Witnesses said Quot Larris was swimming with. Seye fal other people on an inner tube in a Small Cove just East of the teat launching ramp at the Park when he fell off. The witnesses told officers Harris came to the surface once but went Back under. Tempts to Rescue Bim failed. Police divers said the Bottom of the Cove. Was covered with Brush and the Man apparently became entangled and could not get a Back to the surface.�?T. City divers a def a workers sea Cpd until dark for the body in tit. Pond not a locate it. Assistant cd safety director Charles beavers said the search would resume at 7 80 . Sun of Sheppard technical training Center. Other Mem Bers of the party will be my Yor .1. Winston Walander of Wichita Falls k d Mcdonald president of the we chit Falls so arc of Commerce and Industry Der. Tra Fly Rel it prudent of Midge Terii Quot University and Eiton Wenchel president of the air Force association chapter in Wichita Falls. At 5 30 ., following the show the thunderbird a will be available for autographs. Between the two thunderbird appearances people of. The area will be entertained with performances of a radio cent Rel. Plane demonstration the Sheppard Drill team drum and Bugle corps and the 761st air Force band. There will also be a Parachute demonstration from a team Froni it. Sui Quot okla and a flyover by t37 and t38 a Craft from the. 3630th flying training Wing at Sheppard. The f add of control plane demonstration win be from 12 50 to 2 30 on the flight line ramp of a the school of applied aerospace sciences. The others will be at base operations. The 1 team will per Foutin Fri ill to 1 30 the drum 8e� Saf Jii Page u by the associated press stateside relatives of three american Pii dts released from North vietnamese prison Camps reacted to a delay in their return saturday with disappointment and resentment a most of Quot it directed at Hanoi but some at Washington. The three men were not aboard a flight from Hanoi to Vientiane Laos As had been expected and american Antiwar activists who obtained the release of the men issued a statement that the delay was apparently caused by fear that the released prisoners would be taken into custody by american military authorities. Gerald Gartley 68, of Greenv Lue Maine and father of Navy it. Markham Gartley blamed the delay on interference by the . Government and said the a Nixon administration should keep its nose out of this dedication set for final leg of expressway by Marshall Moore a times staff writer a Parade will take off at 10 30 . Tuesday from the parking lot of the first United methodist Church to sweep through the downtown area and then to the dedication site of the new Waurika ex-pre5.sway at the Eastern Edge of. The City. The Parade will include new cars and antique cars and will be the Eye opener far a Daylong Celebration Over completion of the first Long Range Highway plan Here. At the dedication site there will be a ribbon cutting and speaker will be Charles e. Simons of Dallas member of the Texas Highway commission. Music will 1 0 by the famed 761sl air Korce band of the Oil beit and the presiding official will be Henry Grace chairman of the Highway committee of the Wichita Falls Board of Coin Nerce amp Industry Sci. Honoured guests will include mayor Winston Walander who has designated sept. 24-30 As Highway week Here Agen. Robert l. Petit commander of Sheppard fab the City Council county commissioners and numerous mayors and and aldermen from neighbouring cities and counties. Completion of the Waurika segment Marks the finish of an expressway Complex Here that was on the planning see program Page 3a mrs. Barney Elias Mother of air Force maj. Edward Elias said she and her husband a Are very upset Over the apparent imposition by Hanoi of conditions for the release of the men including a guarantee that they would do nothing to further the american War Effort in Indochina. Mrs. Elias of Jacksonville 111., said she had thought there would be a no conditions except that they ask for their associated press staffer Peter Arnett reported from Hanoi meanwhile release was Likely in the next few Days and an Antiwar activist with the pos said arrangements were in the hands of the North vietnamese. In Tampa fla., Herbert Charles 65, and his wife had packed their suitcases in anticipation of a trip to new York to Greet their son Navy it. Norris Charles. Merle t. Waggoner Burkburnett Bonds face vote tuesday Burkburnett a residents of Burkburnett will go to the polls tuesday to decide the Fate of the $825,000 water and sewer Bond proposals. Polls will open from 7 . To 7 . In f ily Vilall according to f. T. Felly judge. All registered citizens arc eligible to vote in the special election. The ballot will specify $700,000 in Bonds to water improvements and $125,000 for sewer improvements with the a a Venice from both pledged for Bond payment. Money from the. Sale of Bonds will be to finance the City a share of construction of a new sewer Plant and see Burkburnett Page 3a a phone Call from the Navy saturday morning told them of the delay. A we were so disappointed Quot mrs Charles said. A we jihad been looking Forward to seeing him. I done to know what to do now. I done to know what could have happened. I Hope he hurries and comes . Ambassador g. Mcmurtre Godley and other officials were on hand at the vient Lithe Airport Quot saturday to Greet a russian Aeroflot Airliner from Hanoi. It Wasny to until the plane landed that Godley Learned the american pilots were not on Board. Godley had earlier told newsmen he intended to Board the plane to offer the freed prisoners whatever assistance he could give them. He denied that he intended to inform them that they were still under military orders. Previously released prisoners were quickly placed under military supervision prompting protests from Hanoi. Veteran Leader m. T. Waggoner Dies saturday one of Wichita county a. Pioneers Merle t. Waggoner 82, whose fat Fier herded cattle across the set of present Day Wichita Falla i before there was any sign of a town died saturday in a Hospital Here. Services be at j . Monday at Floral Heights United methodist Church with the Rev. John Rentfro pastor officiating. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery under direction of Hampton Vaughan funeral Home. A rancher and businessman Waggoner was a Leader in education serving on the i cwt Falls school Board nine years eight As president and on the Board of trustees of southwestern University at Georgetown Tex. He had. Extensive ranch holdings in Wise county Tex., and had Oil interests his father came to Wichita county in 1879 Fror Wise. County and worked cattle for the famed Dan Waggoner Early Day cattleman in this area. His parents the late Jeff and Mary Frances Waggoner settled on the Waggoner ranch Between Iowa Park and Burkburnett in the 1880s. His Mother returned to Decatur Tex to be near a doctor for his birth on March 23, 1890, but he was brought to the Wichita county ranch Only a few Days later and lived the remainder of his life in the county. Waggoner moved to Iowa Park with his parents in 1897 see Waggoner Page 3a candidates feel optimistic by Don Mcleod a Leticai Svitter George Mcgovern said saturday Bis democratic president i Campaign is on an lip Tuni which will Force president Nixon into More open campaigning but Nixon renaming from his second major Campaign swing said things were just Fine with him. At the same time vice Presl diet Spiro t. Agnew was carrying in his Long distance debate with Mcgovern Over the Vietnam War and said this War is no More unpopular than others in the nations past. Sargent Shriver Mcgovern a vice presidential running male was slated to speak at a Jeffer son Jackson Day dinner in Las vegas saturday night. Mcgovern told the Ohio democratic convention that Nixon a refuses 90 per cent of the time to face the american he said ther amp is a Strong american tra lotion that a presidential candidate must take record to the country especially if it is one a that desperately needs said a substitute campaigners and second string voices a cannot permit Nixon to avoid taking his record person Aljy to the country. The democratic candidate Viet troops Maheu or to Block reds attempt Saigon apr Tho Sawls of South vietnamese troops mane Vered on the Northern front a saturday to prevent North Vieto Amera forces from recapturing hard won territory s in the govern Nentz a counter offensive. Spokesmen for flies so Algon command said two search and destroy sweeps in Quang tri and thua Thlen provinces involved about 20,000 paratroopers rangers and infantryman aug ported by 200 armoured vehicles. The operation i began last tuesday l it were not announced until they do tit involve new thrusts into enemy held terrain but rather Are intended to maintain the governments hold on area ii Recap turned earlier in the three most counteroffensive. Most of Quig tri province North and West of its capital and the a Shau Valley in Western thua Thien province still Are in Noil vietnamese hands. So far the sweeps have encountered Little enemy resistance. The biggest action so. Far occurred Friday morning when South vietnamese paratroopers reported killing 48 North vietnamese a uth and Southwest of the City of Quang . No sign Lecanu Battle action was reported in the Toee Southern provinces of the 1st Neil la Region a Quang Nam Quang tin and Quang Niqi a iou owing a 27-round rocket barrage that hit the Danang air base Early sat Uhia morning. In phenom penh the cambodian High command reported that communist led troops Foright their Way Tito the Market place of. Chabak 23 Miles South of phenom penh and surrounded three other villages below it along Highway 2 on saturday cuu Uig a govern ment sent from the North and South failed to break through enemy defences and fighting continued at All four positions toward Nightfall. Quot quite a few were killed and 20 were wounded in government ranks in the Day Long fighting. Song reported on Highway 5, cambodians a Price Road. From the Fertile Northwestern Padill is government troops continued repairing Bridges blow n by the enemy North of the capital song said adding that two Bris were Back in use and a quite a bit Over 10�?� Othar spans remained to be i said instead of going a out with the people a Nixon chose to go to the Texas ranch of John b. Connally to see Oil Bluit Gires and Quot a few Mossback politicians who Call themselves democrats a a win met Friday night with big Campaign contributors and a democrats for Nixon at con Nallye a ranch in quest of Texas a 2fi electoral votes. As he left san Antonio saturday the president moved through the fringes of an Ahr port crowd of several thousand shaking hands and acknowledging cheers. The White House staff issued a statement in san Antonio in which Nixon cited newly announced statistics which he said show a we definitely Are on the right track with our economic policies. A a we have made solid Progress in the Battle against inflation a the state nent said. A but that Battle is not yet won. We Are determined to Cut the rate of inflation even More than we have Quot

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