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14-A tllte 8lamursday, April 1, 1965 School AidCGetsIn0nTheAct Europeans Bring Out Hoaxes Bill Faces Ah Assault Observing AprilFooPs-Day LONDON AP Westpmitn renort results bv noon, the i After a torrent of calls from Changes Sought In Doling Funds Europe celebrated April Fool's! traditional deadline for April angry customers the company Day today with traditional Tool jokes issued an official denial, putting hoaxes The British Broadcast-i tl, the blame on some unknown lodxeb. ine pnusn Broadcast- enrv, the nower of te evision ing Corporation persuaded! snif ers soon were tele-j s. Strl SS, th3t Ving report that the scents ip scores of television fans that it "Cin-T nt, jToiitKeti. Pennasfi" reponea wmi I hao pnmp arrass Some claimed i rionic-u WASHINGTON (UPI)-A Republican and a Democratic senator today mounted an attack on the key provLion of President Johnson's $1.3 billion school aid program. The RRf! hrnncrht in a aomiino VCP SIral6nl ldLe their made lm.
oiuuiis eyesi Parliament had been thrown -I professor from London Univer water. into an uproar by a government sity to demonstrate the new "smellovision." Sens. Peter and Ralph W. Yar- An elaborate joke in Stockholm threw thousands of homes into confusion. Printed leaflets, purportedly from the Swedish He fed coffee beans and then bill requiring an aogs 10 ue painted white.
The aim, it said, was road safety since white dogs are easier to see at night. borough, planned to of onions into a complicated array fer changes in the formula for of fake equipment, explaining ranital's aat and water rnmna Nobody knows sure now i i i distributing, aid funds. The House-Dassed proposal is being tnar ineir scents would DreaK ny, told them the water would an the fooling started. The Eh- cyclopedia Britannica says transmitted through the screen. considered ty the Seriate edu cation subcommittee.
"For bes' results," he said, stand six feet away from your Housewives were told to fill scholars have long disputed the bathtubs and all available cans custom's origins, though it prob-with water to last them while abfy is a. survival from pagan, "certain adjustments" were celebrations of the spring equi-made to the water system. nox. The changes sought by the two senator. would mainly effect the distribution of $106 bil set and sniff." He asked successful sniffers lion" in furds to improve the OFF TO A GOOD START-The 1965 spring drive of the artf from left, Charles D.
Heard, Directorate for Supply and Federal Service Joint Crusade and National Health Agencielansportation; Fred B. Hollister, Comptroller Directorate; got off to an excellent start at Anniston Army Depot with Col. Gilbert P. Levy, commanding officer; John H. Holman, chiefs of the five directorates among the first to contribute.
Directorate for Administration; J. L. Smith, Directorate for Presenting their donations to Lt. Col. Ralph M.
Bergsagel, Maintenance, and Maj. Joseph E. 'Moore, Directorate for seated, deputy commander and chairman of the campaign, Services. (U. S.
Army Photo) quality ot education tor poor children1 in about 90 per cent of the nation school districts The distribution formula has come under criticism that dis tricts in affluent areas would Hoffa Donation Is Protested receive more aid per student than districts in less well off Population Rises TOKYO (liPI) This city, the world's largest, reported areas. Supporters say this BIRMINGHAM, Al-a. (AP) A' white members of the Team-' support" union members ex- merely reflects higher educa Tuesday that its population as tion osts in the higher income of Feb. 1 this year was districts. petition protesting a $25,000 do- sters Union.
him during Ms "fight nation Teamsters President! Circulation of the petition was against Robert Kennedy and the James R. Hoffa made- to Dr. begun by two truck Justice Department The peti-mr Johnny Lynch, 30, and Harry itioners request Hoffa to return Martin Luther King Jr. is Rirrninouam tup favn, rPfrainin? from 373, an -tf-' 883 wer Subcommittee Chairman Wayne L. Morse, hopes to finish action on the aid dis tribution formula today and get the measure on its way to the INTERIOR ing sent to Teamsters locals Lyncn said tne response to the giving further "moral and finan-throughout Alabama and sur- petition has been outstanding rial support" to civil rights rounding states teday.
and added, "People are hunting movements. ACRYLIC LATEX BACKACHE? See Your CHIROPRACTOR parent Labor and Public Wei fare Committee. WALL PAINT The which originated! the petitions to sign The petition concluded: "If in Birmingham Local 612, re-! The document, addressed -to! the international union continues portedly has gained hundreds of Hoffa, reminds the Teamsters! to support this organization, we signatures by both Negro and i boss of che "moral and financial will take other steps. WRECK (Continued From Page 1) DRIES TO A BEAUTIFUL FLAT FINISH FAST DRYING OUTSTANDING HIDING POWER knocked about 150 feet from the scene of the collision. His body was thrown from the automobile and was found ly 698 PER GAL.
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The event will begin at 10 a m. WE SELL AND RENT GARDEN TILLERS AND RUG SHAMPOO MACHINES GARDEN TOOLS Off! WE CARRY FAMOUS MOVIE STAR, SLIPS' ET W.Y.ItO Government Change Voted In Pascagoula Miss. (AP)-The city "of Pascagoula has jt-ed by 13 votes to change its form of government from a three-man commission 1 to 1EKJ councilrnanager operation. 1030 GURNEE AVE. PH.
236-897' Unofficial returns out of 3,173 OXFORD HEFLINi votes showed 1,583 in favor of, the change and 1,580 opposed,.
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