The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on September 22, 1967 · 16
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 16

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Friday, September 22, 1967
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I THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN J' ; 16 Friday, Sept. 22, 1967 State Agencies Plan to Move Capitol Offices ;;W"shuffe of space involv-linV'four state agencies will :be "underway shortly to uti-Hzryoom marie available by tijfj.movc of the pardon and iw rote board. "TJudwig Johnson, affairs board member, said the soil conservation department will move into the vacated space on- the first floor. The soil conservation space will be turned over to the stale equalization board and the human rights commission. The equalization board's area on. the third floor of the capitol will be taken over by an- expanding budget office. New Student Conference Set at OCU ;Morr than 230 new ' students are expected to attend Oklahoma City University's ihird annual new students inference Friday and Saturday ai Red Rock Canyon, Hinton. vThe purpose of 'the conference is to provide new OCU students, especially frcsh-"nen, with the opportunity of getting to know other stu-:lents. Chartered buses will leave he OCU campus for the con-"erence at 3 p.m. Friday. Students will return to the 3CU campus at 3:15 p.m. Saturday. WKY Names Forecaster Jim Williams, WRY-TV weatherman, has been appointed the station's chief meteorologist, officials of the TV station said Thursday. Re succeeds Bob Thomas, ivho recently resigned to accept a position in Chicago. Williams, who has been Thomas' assistant for the past nine years, is a native of Tishomingo He attended Muskogee Central High School and Muskogee Junior College and received his BA :Iegree from Oklahoma State University. Before joining .VK-Y's weather staff, he aught meteorology to stu-lent air force pilots in Tucson, Ariz. He formerly .vprkod as an airlines meteorologist. U. S. to Bill Israel For Torpedoing Boat WASHINGTON (AP) The United States is preparing to bill Israel for compensation for the torpedoing of Ihe communications intelligence ship Liberty during the Arab-Israeli war June S. .But. officials said, it. will lake several more weeks to complete their work. POLICEMAN POINTS accusing finger at Vietnamese woman being arrested at village near Bong Son, South Vietnam. The woman was accused of making overtures to a captured Communist guerrilla. (AP Wirephoto) 0 nee upon a 'timer','.. Once upon a timer there was a wise Mother Gooch named Martha. And say, did she ever know her NOODLES. and her SPAGHETTI ...and her MACARONI! And she said... fSr "Well. So you 'want to make PERFECT Srf'W 11O0dlcs and spaghetti and macaroni f f ife'-' every timc? No magic wand needed, my VyCyf "'" dear. Just buy Gooch's Best Macaroni "i$F" V- Products, set the timer and boil for 2 0tiL minutes ONLY. Then steam. Now, lj-.T Isn't that easy?" 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This is not so much for their comfort as to keep a good hair coat on (hem. That's why many are tied outside buildings at night, after the foot weary have gone home, for nature joins in to help nourish a heavier coal against win- . ter. Small wild 'animals arc s c u r r ying about more these nights, too. with a little more thought toward sustaining iliemselves through the winter than some of the higher order of animals. One would think that little wild creatures would be fleeing these growing suburban communities rather than flocking into them. Maybe they are confused, too. There's hardly any place to. go, anymore. We've had a number of visits lately by prowling skunks and possums. The re 's little attractive about a possum, say in comparison with a coon for beauty of coloration, but from a respectable distance a skunk actually is an attractive animal. One young one that has made repeated visits around the yard lately is likely to teach Pearl, the miniature schnauzer, a lesson. We're fold that a large can of tomato juice can eliminate odors if some canine defender of the premises runs into the slow moving skunk's natural defensive weapon. Although there are many trees, including some bearing walnut about the farm, there are very few squirrels. We had almost as many in town. They too feel thc faint touch of autumn and arc busily storing food for the winter. There are not many rabbits around, possibly because of wide ranging dogs, although a couple of cottontails live in cedars around' the yar:l and often hop within a few feet of Pearl. Sam, the roadrunner or chaparral bird, has not come back from wherever he goes in summer. We hope he or she) returns as usual because for three winters he has been an interesting guest in the yard. In late spring he always disappears to return about the time the first flocks of small birds head south. In cluding those, that earlier made such an. audible, chattering chorus at evening in the windbreak. 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