A-24--Â«NOEf ENOENT ^ Â·Â·Â·*Â· tM - Â»*Â· Â»Â·Â»Â·*Â·Â»Â«Â· I $ $ Gross National Product Hit |600 Billion as Predicted By ARDEN COOPER jsaid the gross national sun of all. 'Clcopalra* Earnings at $14 Million NEW YORK CR -- Customer Shot in Bar Argument ALWAYS AT year cJI when you've a ceed to be illed--4hit'i Classified ads.! Dial KE 2-5959 now. Â°r Â«Â£Â« 5' ear " Â» *toÂ£! serTe Boarf '* cost, [Century-Fox Film Re ~ 'ported Thursday. indus-| Tte income came from film The production ! 4 per cent for 1963 of boom fell 62, it was $551.9 bil- increase ia .government January, otherj figures showed was S5S5.1 billion.'trial production showed little^tals for HI engagements orbL i ... - Zanuck, presl- jdent of Twentieth Centcry-jSt He was admitted to St total conditioa was reported Is j-aj^ing starts, and retail sales. $55 million in the next three good. = eminent p r e d i c t Ion. With'Â«Â«owances for pnce price inflation taken into ac- creases. count, the gain was 5i per] Recent reports on cent. [income, housing, and The Commerce 155 per cer.t, after Private surveys Indicateor four years, $11 million ia- that major industries plan'above its cost [considerable increases ia out-! It was reported that Elira- Birds Find Out, T/iey'Ii Chirp Defense LOS ANGELES (CNS)--Some 4,000 feathered friends of a man once charged with "ducknaprag" Thursday faced the possibility of going hungry if their benefactor Is convicted of a traffic violation. Raymond Lopez, 72, who, along with two ether persons was arrested last May for allegedly taking ducks from MacArtbur Park Lake, appeared in Municipal Court to ask for continuance of his trial on a traffic citation. The retired movie makeup man said he had four prior traffic violations and if convicted this time he faced loss cf his driver's license. Lopez was cued last Dec. 27 while returning from an afternoon cf feeding ducks and pigeons in MacArthur Park and was charged with stopins his car on a freeway ramp. Lopez said if he lost his license he wouldn't have any way to get to the park, where he daily feeds the birds. and equip-.beta Taylor, one of the stars^Iked Into the police station. There "is fairly general^ the film, has received put a .25-caLber automatic MJ C. M a income taxes will provide) 7jnuck said the eompany,Copulos. He told police he a gradually increasing spur to made a profit cf at least $9.1 shot Huffpower w h e n h e business as the year pro- million in 1963. It lost $39.-.thought the other was reach- gresses. Dr. Walter \V. Heller, chief economic adviser 796,000 in 1962. The expenses L.B. Residents Favor Conservation Works Most Long Beach residents differed strongly. Of the Re- annual rate cf $380 billion. favor the establishment cf a publicans. 70.3 percent chosejwith a sharp gain in autoino- ,,,. ~t ,^c^,,^.Â« rTM**TM, private enterprise. Among,b:!e pjrchases contributing natural resources c*""TM-B e m o c r a t s ^ 5^5 p^eat about $2 billion to the over- two program to meet a ra-' pickc j civil service. Fat! increase. ttorul unemployment situa-^=^ tion which they consider severe. Bat the residents differ widely by political party as to whether the program!^ should be conducted by the government. These conclusions were reached in a recently completed sampling of public rpinion by a graduate class in attitude and opinion measurement at Long Beach State College. THE SURVEY was directed by Dr. Roy K. Heintz, associate professor of psychology at LBSC. The natural resources conservation program has been under discussion is a means cf meeting the challenges ol unemployment, automation, high-school Â· dropouts Â»nd phasing out of defense orders in some parts of the nation. Sixty-nine percent of those Interne wed considered the current unemployment problem as either "serious" cr "severe." The opinion wÂ»j shared by nearly two-thirds cf the Republicans and three- fourths cf the Democrats. Â· Â· * Â· Â· ' SIXTY-NINE percent ilso favored the conservation program, including 56.7 percent of the Republicans and 81 percent of the Democrats. Park and recreation facilities, fire prevention and wasteland reclamation were' the three most favored proj-[ ects. j Opinion was fairly evcnlyj split on whether the program' should be administered by' civil sen-ice or contracted to private enterprise. However, Republicans and Democrats company economx atmser to'Vresl- established the cost cf -deo-jto $44 millioa by ._, dent Johnson, predicts the patra" at $35 milHon but said such as negative prints and Gross National Product wfliJThursday it had been swoHen'advertising. I reach about $623 billion for the year--a full 100 points above 1961. THERE WERE substantial increases ia corporate profits in 1963, and both private and government payrolls showed considerable gains. There was a less pronounced advance in the income received by snail businessmen and professionals. Farm income dipped to the 1961 leveL Disposable personal income totaled $40X4 billion for the year, compared with $284.4 billion in 1962. 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