Nwthwm* ArlmiwM UMIS, WÂ«4., April U, IN* Â·AVtTTIVILI.1, AHKAMM Area Newt In Brief Obituary Sprinjdale - William Edward i Mrs. Elmer Neilson of Huntinf- McElhaney. 80. of Springdale, ton Park, Calif, and Mrs. Jesse was dead on arrival at t h e Us*ery of LaCombe, La.; one Springdale hospital Tuesday, son. William Ernest of Tonti- h Â« was a member of the Assembly | Funcral ser vice will be at 2:30 of God Church, the American| p. m . Thursday at Burns Funeral FRIDAY MEETING Wl.NSLOW -- The Winslow Area Opportunity Agency 7 p.m. School. Legion and was World War I. Survivors are the widow. MrsJ eteran of,Chapel Ala. vith burial in Pratvillc Russion-- (CONTINUED niOM PACE ONE) 31 crewmen "with one stroke." The incident was remarkably similar to the North Korean capture 15 months ago of the USS Pueblo, a Navy electronic surveillance ship seized in the Sea of Japan because it allegedly violated North Korea's territorial waters. The Pueblo was captured about 200 miles from the area of the search for the Mrs Kate Phillips, 83. a resi- Council^ the Economic Alicc Elvil * ton Mc ' E ' hanCy of dent of 732 Douglas St. died this council oi me btononui ,..,,,,.,,,, i:;,. n ;i n r iKn Â· : .-.. _ iÂ«Â»-i ,, ,, ,. * i ,, n meet Fr'idav'at the Winslow " le home: one son, Virgil of the: morning in a local n u r s i n g plane. The United States says the plane, a modified Super Constellation termed an EC121. was on gie Montgomery of Springdale; | R o h e r t A . a n d E l i z a Jane Proposals for next year's fun-'. wo brot , lcrs , George and John Uardancllc. of ding portation is ling 634-2874. be discussed . full ,,,,,,, flf Huntsville: two sistcrs . Â· i - available by cal - EULAL1A BOBO Louis' Sister To Speak At Adult Center Mrs. Eulalia Barrow Bobo. sister of Joe Louis, world's for- AMS DELEGATES Dr. James K Patrick a n d . , . h h . , Dr. Slornss M. Henry, both of ro j; (nr ,. ,,, r ,,,.,. home: one daughter. Mrs. Ver-'homc. lorn June,.,8. ^ a t ^ ^tine^troruc nSTMTM closer t h a n 50 miles to the Korean coast. Nixon, moving with deliberate calm, met with aides Tuesday l l l l L . n |hut waited until today's pre- She is survived by four daugh-]TMusly scheduled National Sc- ters Mrs Marietta Srhwarz nf curity Council meeting to call Funeral service will be at 10.Fort Worth Tex.. Mrs. Neodra 1 together all of his top diplomat- t h e doughter was the 'hillips .p u n c r t o n i calif, and two grandchildren. a m . Friday at Sisco Funeral Holt, of Sprinadale. Mrs. Louise in National iTacker of Ba'rstow. Calif., and Fayetteville and Dr. Joe C. Parker of Springdale. are delegates Cemetery at Fayetteville. Mrs. June Mcadeen Hester of Fayetteville: four sons. Guy F. Huntsville -Mrs. Dollie B. of Bakersfield. Calif., James W. through the U.S.-North Korean - military and intelligence ad- 'is.crs. Officials indicated the protest probably would be directed Navy Crewmen's Families Watt For Information Families of crewmen on the Navy plane reported downed by posals. Burns said, will include;North Korea wait and wonder dffng of tiÂ« Puefcto affair. f Nixon said then the scitur* o f ' the Pueblo by North Korea. which he called "a fourth-rate military power," showed that world respect for the United States had declined. White House - (CONTINUED MOM PAGE ONE) a plan for increased deductions to benefit lower-income taxpayers. The loss of revenue would be covered by the increase in revenues gleaned from the closing of loopholes and elimination of tax shelters used by wealthier taxpayers. Burns' disclosures amounted to a substantial White House rebuttal of charges made in Congress and elsewhere that Nixon, now nearing his 100th day in office. has moved only halfheart- today. "We always hope he w i l l be found alive." said Chester Sundby ot his son. Philip. 21. Sundby. a Seattle resident and father of a Quaker family added, "He's in the hands of the Lord now as far as we're concerned." He said Philip enlisted over two years ago while still in high school. "He realized like a lot of young fellows that he had to serve time in the service like River StMM LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Mvt* Fl**4 Bt. CkÂ». Arkanias Muskogee Van Buren Little Rock Pine Bluff White Batesville Newport Clarendon Onachita Arkadelphia Camden 35 22 23 47 23 26 26 17 2G 11.S 33.J M.2 D 22.1. D 2*.1 U 5.8 11.9 0.2 0.1 o.x 0.2 O.S O.S ' ii, , . f-, i n u i l l s v nit --an a. isuillt: n. Ul U d h t ' i i i L M u . vain., u a i u c s Â»* . t i i i u u g n im, w.u. . i u * Â» . *.Â».,,.... from the Washington Loum i W a ) k e r 68 _ of Hindsvillc. d i e d l o f Vinton. Calif.. Charles R. of i military meetings at the Pan- Medical Society to tne -'Y Kan - April 14 at her home. Born N o v . i C u v a m a . Caiif. and R. Leroy o f j m u n j o m truce site. North Kosas Medical Society a n n u a l ses- 9R ' -- . . . , - , . , - ,, _.-_,-- i -- .-.. r _ - t i-- ...i.-j r~.. ^,, n v at Aurora, she was the a Lovelock. New.; three sisters, rs. H a t t i e Payne and . M r s . are , . y* A l t e r n a t e delegates are ur. Carie D. R'ickley Jr.. Fayete-j Survivors Walter W a l k e r of the home ;t\vo : City. sons. Deweil of Huntsville a n d ; B y r d . husband. j O l l a Phillips, both of Oklahoma Okla. and Mrs. Georgia of Wenville. Okla.: 25 . vilio: Dr. Austin C. Smith. Hunt- svillc and Dr. R. Ethering !Roy Iter. of We=.t Fork: one daugli-1 grandchildren, and nine Mrs. Riibv Watkins of grandchildren. great . . . Huntsville; one sister .Mrs. DC- I Funeral service will be 2 p.m Ohio Saturday at M o o r e s Chapel lia Seals of Springfield, and 10 grandchildren. iÂ«'ith burial m Sons Chapel Cem Funeral services w i l l be at. e t e r "10 a. in. Thursday at the B r a - - ,, , " . _ , _, shears Funeral C h a p e l with R Â° hcrt Bcnnelt Crouch, ,6. a burial in Whorton Creek Cemetery. I ton. Eureka Springs. ip.er heavyweight champion, w i l l . speak in Fayetteville Saturday, i A U X I L I A R Y TO MEET She is appearing here under- Washington General Hospital the auspices of the Baha' is o l , A u x i l i a r y will meet Thursday at Fayctteville and will speak at,Q : .io a . m . in the conference 8 p n-.. in the Community Aduil room of the hospital. Center. 108 N. West St. The 1 p-.:hi:c is invited to attend. D1SLTSSIOX LEADERS Mrs. Bobo attended the world j Carmen Lierly. principal Congress of Baba' is in Lon- O r Woodland Junior High, and don and has spoken at O x f o r d ' j ] r s _ Leslie Hileman. Woodland ar-ri Cambridge Universities. thei c o u n s ( i o r w jll be the discussion Baha'i House of Worship in Wilj| e a c ;ers for a program on "Look mette. 111. and organizations!j n ,r Forward to Junior High" at across the United States. H e r j t h e R 00 t S c h o o l cafetorium experiences in the southern]Thursday at 7 p.m. states, in Harlem and Watts. ' provide a foundation for her 1 SKUNK KILLED comments. i Walter G. Jones. 1740 Mount She makes her home in Bev-, Comfort Road, said today that er'v Hills. C a l i f , where she is|| 1c killed what may have been member of the community's!;, r a h jd skunk in his y a r d _ S a - | ] e v or F a v p t t c v i l l c and the p a - j a n i m a l'ternal granrinarents. Mr. resident of Route 6. Fayetteville .died Tuesday evening in a local rea. in fact, has asked for such a meeting to deal with its claim that the plane had flown over its territory. ESCORTS STUDIED Besides a protest. U.S. officials said, other later action could be the ordering of fighter plane protection for future reconnaissance flights off North Korea. However, there w e r e no signs of military retaliation by the United States, at least not for the immediate future. Neverthe ce. as move - , - - - - - ----- .. c,, nH hv edly in the direction of tax re-, the rest of_ u s . _ _ sa,d_ Sundbj. form. Secretary of the Treasury David M. Kennedy, who also addressed the AFL-CIO leaders, assured them the administration is aiming for "meaningful tax reform legislation in this session of Congress." but also needs the extension of the 10 per cent surtax to defeat inflation. LEADERS CONFER Burns and Kennedy were among a parade of administration officials who conferred with AFL-CIO President George Meany and about 35 presidents of major affiliated unions at the Greenbrier Hotel. ^,,... Directors. Born Dec. 3. jcommunist state, the United 1896 at Paris. Ky.. he was the| s t a t c s turned to the Soviet Un- i hospital. He was a retired farm-| ] C 5 S - Â£OU rces in Seoul said U.S. Sprinedale - Tamhra Lee : er and stockman and one of the| a n t i Sol!th Korean planes had three-month-old daugh- -organuers of the f a r m Bureau, b r e n p!aced on s|]Ccia , a!cr t. j t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Winifred L.\" h *TM hrenwas , a mc 5 lbern Â° 0f th?e ! Even though North Korea is a I Findley of Route 2. Lowell, died!Boarf Â«f n.rrMnr, Rr,TM rw a.,,.. ..... .... ,,,,;,,,., Tuesday at her home. She was born Jan. 14 in Fayetteville. Survivors in addition to the parents are a half-brother. Michael Dale Elzey of the home: three half-sisters. Willa Dee Elzey and Alicia Deann and Kim- bc'rly Lynn Busby, all of the ihome: the maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Bordon Bai governing assembly and h a s i t u r d a y . He said the son of I. B. and Mary Crouch. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Lottie Moore Crouch of the home: two sons. Joe B. of Jackson. Miss., and Robert H. of Fayetteville: two daughters. Mrs. Z. I.. Thomas of Fayette-, ville and Mrs. H. D. Browner of; Columbia. S. C.: one s i s t e r . ' Mrs. Oliver Haynes of Vinita. ion for help in finding the missing aircraft. Sirhan Jury Studies Evidence In Case LOS ANGELES (AP) - The jury trying Sirhan Bishara .Sir- ban for murder is closeted with the physical evidence in the ,, _ icase--everything except the gun As late as this morning, there I that killed Robert F. Kennedy. was still no official word from | Only People's Exhibit No. 6. the United States acknowledg- the cheap little pistol that ended ing that the plane had been shot down. It disappeared without re- an, r i 'iOkla.: :0 grandchildren and one| """ '0 . . j^i.:ij ro 1. groat-grandchild. Funeral service d i r e c t l y toward m. Jones said c h a p e , w j t h burial in E l m i Thursday at Siseo Funeral-- Friday at be 11 Mount Comfort p s y - , "apparently C i t y ; Jones it was blind.' that he said that he shot the Criiiege she expects to do p r i - j a n i m a l , striking it in the head, vs'e or institutional work w i t h ! so it was impossible for labor- children. She is a teacher a t ' r a t o r y tests to be C,reen Acre Baha'i School in Eliot. Me. and circuit teacher. Springs Cemetery. been a delegate from Southern i rame toward voices f r o m J M r s Le j F i n d ] p v of Springdale/ California for the past six years:the Jnnes family, snapping at : Fmlera i scrv jc'c will be at 10 to the annual convention in W i i - | everything in its pathV'H c a m e ; a rr.ev.c'. " ' ' Currently majoring in choosy at Los Angole= , _ T Rogers--Mrs. Lola Essie De, , Ramus. of Route 4. Springdale. performed. djcd , oday j n a Fav clteville hos- Â·rr. innDrce'MFFTiYr P i l a l - Bol ' n N ' ov - ' Â· 1891 in K c n ' I *Â«Â·'Â· Moore's Chapel, burial at TO ADDRESS MEETING t u c k v shc was a rct j rc d gar- 1 Dr. Robert R Wright, proles- ; - clor and a Baptist ^Lt^'m^dn^sThe^S Survivors are her husband, nual Engineering and Operation D i v i s i o n Conference o f t h e Southeastern E l e c t r i c E x change, an organization of private power companies, in Clearwater. Fla.. Monday. the life of a presidential candidate, is missing from the 15 items piled into the jury room. The jurors, who resume deliberations this morning, can get the gun--but not without as.king Youth Arrested For Break-In A 21-year-old Fort Smith: SENSITIVITY SESSION youth w'as arrested by R a y ! Dr. Vernon Glenn, director of Moore, a night watchman, Tues-j training at the University of Arday night for breaking and en-!kansas Rehabilitation Research trring the office of Drs. Garland 'and Training Center, is con- Me'*nn Sr and Garlar.d Melton 1 ducting a three-day "sensitivi- j- "30 N* Block Vi-c ty" t r a i n i n g session this week 'Moore. 'a private night w a t c h 1 for personnel of the Troy (Ohio) rr.ar for a number of city firms, j Public Schools. I Cemetery. Funerals Mrs. Anna Laslcy. 2 p.m. Fri ay. Moore's Chapel Brannon Cemetery. . William Scott DeRamus of the home: three daughters. Mrs. Louise Willcy of Springdale. porting any attack or other indication of trouble. However. Vice President Spi- Agnew said in Manches- . . _ ter. N.H.. his information was In their first full day. Tuesday that two N'orth Korean MIG they requested only two things fighters attacked the plane.' 'We are in the process of m a k - ing a complete investigation." he said. CHANGING TUNE Nixon's caution was in sharp contrast to the campaign criticism he made of former Presi- He felt the Navy was OK. 'I told my boy that when the .ime comes to be drafted, if he can conscientiously do this in ight of what God says, I'll stand behind him 100 per cent." CALL FOR ACTION A call for action was sounded by Mrs. Geraldine Smith, wife of Communications Technician Chief Richard E. Smith. "We should let these people know hey can't shoot down our planes." she said. "I feel this very strongly. "I think the government must take a stronger stand than it ;ook during the Pueblo inci dent." she said referring to the seizure of the Navy intelligence vessel by the North Koreans last year. "Nothing was done but to let them (the Pueblo crewmen) remain prisoners." Mrs. Smith said she got a letter from her husband Monday telling her how he was looking forward to retiring next February after 28 years in the Navy. She said they bought their home in Phoenix "last year for their post-Navy life. Mrs. Robert MacNeil of Pleasanton. Calif., mother of Aviation Electronic Technician 2.C Timothy MacNeil. 24. said, "we know the dangerous aspects, of his job. His plane was just a sit ting duck. They couldn't shoot back." --a new light bulb and some chalk for their blackboard. "There's really no reason to have the gun in there." s a i d ' William Conroy. the sheriff's in- dent Lvndon B. Johnson's han-iask." spector in charge of the jury. "We generally don't give the Bull Shoals weapon to juries unless they|Nortork Lake Levels LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Lake Levels Level Change [Beaver 1119.6 D 0.2 Table Rock 914.7 unch j i U I 1U1 r\ . . . iGreers Ferry 664.2 .. 557.2 .. 463.8 D 0, unch unch Buffalo at Gilbert 5.1, down 3. NEW YORK STOCKS A. 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Richard A. ttilliarr.s associate administrator and Mrs. Jerry w'-o reported seeing the youth fr ..^ t h n b l l ii d i n g . 'Moore said he arrested the 1 C o x . dietitian. represented v-::h as he was leaving The' Washington General Hospual r'--.--. a s'.a'.emer.t that was con- 1 at the Mid-\\ cr-t _ HoEpua ' : -:r.fd by the woman who; fociatira Convention _ held r-'.;rd the police department. T'-." yp-jt'n had been released Â£Â£*'!?Â· :n the right a f t e r being irrr'tcd on a charge of public $2,400 Dip BIRMINGHAM. E n g l a n d (AP) -- Waitress Thelma Norman got a $2.400 tip Tuesday from a man she remembers as an irritable customer. Every weekday for 20 years she served lunch to Colin Gilbert, a bachelor stockbroker. He died last November, leaving a fortune nf nearly 5840.000. His will included a section praising Mrs. Morman for "her zealous attendance upon me over lunchtime for many years." ' week in Kansas City. Mo. As-. last LOCAL W I N N E R Mrs. James Kimbrough. 720 N'orth Olive. Fayetteville. won S194 cash by knowing the correct answer to the"count and the amount" question by announcer Gregg H o w a r d on KTUI.-TV. Ttilsa. Negro Loses Race For Oakland Mayor O A K L A N D Calif. ( A P ) -- naÂ«'. month. They sa-.v "rr.ocfc- u ~ ? ' ' of the corr.por.ents of the f\per:m?r:'.al atomic ger.craring Students of Area Visitinq SEF09 M-.re t h a n SOO f i f t h grade Â»'--.:r - - from Faycttevilip. Lin . C.-.T.. Pra:r:e C-ove. Greenland I T-.'cr. For!-: have toured the S K F - Ir.firrnation Center during the Mayor John Reading won a new four-year term Tuesday, turning back the bid of Lawrence Joy ner. the first Negro ever to wace a major campaign for p'.a-*. ar.d derr.or.stratinn basic mayor of this city of 400.000. ..Â·-:Â·;Â·::Â·.Â· related to t'r.eir ci- R e n d i n g polied 42.080 votes to er.ce classes. 18.253 for Joyner.a vice presi- C.-.is S-.r.'nauch. co-nrdir.ator of de:r. of the Oakland Economic r'arm ar.d Youth Department. 1 Development Council. Real es- Â· Â·' ' '..-.e S'juti'.MC'tern E l e c t r i c ' t a t e broker Henry Haight II re^ . i f - f.) ? a v s tr.e !r.forrr,a-!eeived 5.557 votes. Â· : .-.- Ct-r.-.'-r is n:cr. to the pub-1 Crime and unemployment Â·'c eÂ»rh"day except Monday and were major issues in the race. - ; -- -;..-. ~-.r. '.-.-.^f. is under E,-.c: c a n d i d a t e offered a plan :'-.Â» ri : ---c::or (f Frar.k Bro-.vn for improving racial tension and i,-' ~r.vr.-.ev:;!r. relations in the city. PILOT Lt. Cmder James H. Overstreet. 34. was the pilot nf lhe U.S. Navy's EC121 reconnaissance plane reported shot down hy North Korea Tuesday. He is a native of Me- La'urin. Miss. (AP Wirephnto) DO YOU SEEK REAL MEANING IN LIFE? CHRIST IS THE ANSWER! CRUSADE Announcing the first car of the 70s at 1960 prices. FORD (You don't have to read it ail-but ife nice to know ife all there.) of the AMERICAS Hear Outstanding Speakers and Musicians Proclaim the Reality of Jtsus Christ at The Following Churches April 13-20. FAYETTEVILLE AREA Â· Ridgcvicw Baptist Â· Immanuel Baptist Â· Johnson Baptist (15-20) Â· University Baptist Â· Winslow Baptist SRINGDALC AREA Â· First Baptist, Springdale Â· Brush Creek Baptist Moil new cin look likt othir etra. Bui whtn Iht word gets out that lomtthing really different It on the way, rumors run wild. Few cart have cauted as much talk at Maverick. Ford'i new entry in the Â·mall car field rival* the economy Importi In price ... but topi them in power, performance, patten- gar room and luggage capacity. We've been bombarded with quettiont about Maverick. Now, tor the tint time, hare are the tntwerj. 0. Why did you build the Maverick? A. We think of Maverick as aro:h?r one of Ford Motor Company's answers to the gold dra:n. New A~eri- csr.s who want srr.a-l car economy don't have 10 ser.d their U.S. collars overseas. 0. Why did you call it Maverick? A. You know what a maverick is. A maverick breaks the rulai. A maverick is efferent. Mave.'ick plugs tre big cap betv/een the co.Ticacts and the imoons. I; 1-as a v.f.selbase e-cjht inches snorter than a '69 Falcci. e ; ; K .t aid one-half i-.chss lo-ger thai a V\V 15CO. Â· Nothing else l-ke ''. O. Why did you make it (hit tlze? A. f.'avenc' pir,c"es pe.-.n.es. not people. We cp.-.-e Mave'ick more leg rccrn. More shoulder room. Wore luggage rccm. Good example: ;he frc'.i seat of s Maverick o' : eis you nir.e inches more shoulder room t^.an li-.e front seal of the leading ecc;:cmy irr,cor! and its trunk can handle all the luggage for a family of lour, including a sei cf go!! clubs. 0. What do I get for the price? A. YOJ get ysur mcr.ey's v.'O.'fi. A ccmnle'.e, bu'it-for- A-ner.cais kind of ca-. Room. Hot styi;rg. Color- keyed ir.te-'iors. Even tie hea;er is included. Sorrs ei:.cr.r.~y c.ir interiors a-e about as luxurious as a park bench. Not Ma\er.ck's. You ge! plush seats. Cictn and vinyl up''o's:ery v.,:h u'.iaue sa.-.an cia d c:c'-i r.sc-'s V K ais.i r,c: sa'ety fca:ures l.ke srn?.r: c-jli-c j: G;C- na-c'c-c. Strong safety coo- locks.Two- snoÂ«3 e:-5c!r:c wipc-s. Sa!e;y bel'.s. Head resfain'.s. Pius conveniences 'Â·Â·r.e armrests, coa; hooks, l.onied heater controls .. . important little things mat aca so much to your drivirg comfort. 0. What about option!? A. You can get 'em il p.. wa't 'em. You can order ir-te- g-al air condi:ioni-.a. (It's built in, not hung on.) Other cptior,5 induce 3-speed automatic or low-cos! semau'omatic trans 1 " ss:on. and a hefty 200 CID S'x. But lo'.s ol people v.on't put an extra cent into th-s car. Because it't all there. A complele car all ready to drive home. 0. What kind of gat mileage can I gel? A. That depends on you as well as the car. You can get as much as 25 or 26 miles per gallon--if you have an educated toe and the right road condition;. If you ha\e a lead ioct, or do a let of city driving, you will ge: a lot less. In tests by professional drivers at our tracks, wrere we do our best to duplicate actual driv'ng co-aitio-.s, Maverick averaged 22 5 mpg. Q. What kind of power doet Maverick have? A. Maverick's Six lets loose 105 galloping horses. That's 52 more than you gst in the 4-cylinder VW 1500. Maverick can cover 417 feet in len seconds from a standing start. That means you can gel up to highway speed in a hurry. When you enter a 70 mph turnpike, ycu won't feel like a retired bookkeeper trims' into the middle ol a pro football game. 0. If It hat an eight inch longer whtelbate than the leading Import, doet it ttlll handle and park eatily? A. Maver.ck can U-turn in a tighter circle (35.6 fee!) than the leading economy import (36.0 feet). Mav- eric ca- sia.-t through traffic like a halfback. I: can iur.i c- -. ; me and g've you nine cents cna-.ge. If yoj've .; Â»-i Oivir.g any other American car. you'll fi.-.d Maver.cn's neat s ; ze adds up to 5V4 feet to any parkir.g space. Q. Can Detroit really build a tmell economy car that't tough and long letting? A. It's not easy, but we did it. Maverick's unitized body constructor! makes it light, strong and durable. It's welded like a battleship. RjstDrooiing compound goes into oeeo crevices that never see tre light o! day. Then all that strength is covered witn four coa'.s ol paint for lasting beauty. Result: one tough lit! 1 ? car that's put together lo stay together. (The serv.ce schedule in the Maverick owner's manual goes up ta 108.000 miles or nine years: that ought to tell you sorneirvng about its ragged durabi.iiy.) Q. How about part* and tervicc? A. Maverick is designed to be unusually easy '.o se.-vice. You're dealing witn made-in-America parts ard 6.000 easy-lo-find f-ord Dealers. Fast resars ?.-d easy replacements mean extra savings in bon tirre and money. 0. It Maverick really tutor and lett eipentlve to maintain than an economy Import? A. Definitely. Maverick oil changes come only every 6,000 miles end chassis lubrication ores every 38,000 milÂ«s. ThÂ» leading Â«conomy import rKom- mends oil changes every 3,000 milet (twice as ollen as Maverick) and chassis lubrication every 6,000 miles (six times as often as Mivcricki). Those ar* just 8 few examples of the many ways Maverick lessens inconvenience and Icwtrs operating cost, Q. Can I do my own miinttninct work? A. Yes, if you have an average amount of mechanical ability. The Maverick owner's manual contains ?4 pages of detailed diagrams and easy-to-follow instructions for rouiir.e maintenance jobs you can do yourself, if you wish. You'll find i! easy to Changs spark plugs, replace ignition points ... plus many other do-it-yourself repairs and replacements. Q. Cm Â« (mill eir bÂ« Ml*? And how Ml* li iaf*7 A. This small car incorporates the latest advances in engineering. Maverick's brakes ar* as big as a standard compact's--designed to stop cars weighing hundreds of pounds more. Maverick gives you weight... p o w e r . . . stability. Designed for American driving conditions. O.HowdotiMivirickridtT A. Here's where Maverick's longer, wider stance rea'ty pays off. You ge! a smoother, quieter ride. Maverick's tight, strong, un.tned body helps elimina!* squeaks and rattles. Special insulation blocks Out road noise. The people who brought you a Ford lhat was Quieter than a Rolls-Royce now bring you t small car that coesn'i sound like a power mower."' Q. It Ihtrt in advinlig* in tht fact that Mivtrlck I* nillya 1970 car? A. Slower depreciation is one rnoney-in-the-pocket advantage. Maverick's 1970 model designation meant it keeps its trade-in val^e higher, longer. (Maverick is built to be a good investment from the minule you buy it to the minute you sell it.) Better come take a lock at this one. You'll find H where the action is ... nght in there \\-ifi oi'ier great Ford values liks specially equipped Ford Gaiaxit 500's . . . Fairlanes . .. Mustangs and Falcons. You'll find them at your Ford Dealer's ... the plact you've got to go to see what's going on. For an authentic 1/25 tcale model ol the new Ford Maverick, serd $1.00 to Maverick, P.O. Box 5397. Departme.it N-DflDetroit. Michigan 48211. (Offer ends July Si. 1969.) ITS THE QOINQ THING1 Â·Manulacturer'a tuggtiled retail price lor Iht car. Price doe* net Incline: white tldewell tire*, 132,00; dealer preparation charje, II any; Iraniportillon ehirgee, title and Ixtl 111*1. MAVERICK LEWIS FORD SALES INC. 17-21 Mountain St., Fayetteyille, Ark.
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