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The 48-year-old star, who recently returned from an entertainment tour in South Vietnam, said she and Katon decided to separate last weekend and that he had left their beach home here. i Good Agent Can't Fight Ignorance ,1 ,1 "You i4 ric-h ipylnj no tm'Jjx which rutijo you work for. If you work 00 ulary, Is 1 wnall one. If you work ih CO D. nyitem collectuig morwy only whn Jfoo dellvfr mm biftrmalion the turn Ikely to be Inad-tquaU for tt rbks Ukea The annals 0 espionage are crammed with Instances of payoffs of COO and 8400 for lecrtts worth millions.

Nobody provides a spy with group insurance, paid vacations and irtirernent at age 65. The only fringe benefit he enjoys is that be may be sent to prison Instead of being executed If he is caught OAKLAND 1724 Broadwajr Otxn Mondy to S.JO M. BERKELEY 2I21ShattuckAvf. Open Thufdy to 8 30 P.M. key.

He Ignored it because he bad decided by intuition when and where it would happen, incorrectly, of course. Joseph Stalin was informed by two separate sources that Hitler would invade the Soviet Union. He paid no attention and was caught completely by surprise. WASHINGTON (UPn-0e of the most frustrating tilings that can happen to a spy to deliver accurate Information that is Ignored: Adolf Hitler was informed of the precise place and date of me Allied Invasion of Normandy by a Nazi agent in Tur ir MAYOR JOHN READING ASKS FOR McARTHUR FREEWAY TRUCK BAN Ho met with newsmen along the Nimitz and ipoke over roar of trucks. Battle to Keep MacArthur Freeway Truck Ban Opens 7T; IT" Fifth of a scries Meet Doubting Donna Montrezza- student.

With a masterful piece of well-planned and well-executed showmanship, the Citizens Against Trucks on MacArthur Freeway opened Its campaign yesterday to do exactly what its name Implies. Mayor John Reading, honorary chairman of the group, met with newsmen alongside the Nimitz Freeway and tried to conduct a press conference over the din and roar of truckers rumbling along the free The citizens committee, officially headed by Oakland at-t John Sutter, also brought along John Pichotto, an elementary school principal, to add strength to its argument. Pichotto, who runs Lazear Elementary School at 824 29th which borders the Nimitz, said the truck traffic had a disruptive effect on the school. Teachers and students, Pichotto reported, were always working under "a constant strain to be heard." After two years exposure to the noise; Pichotto said he felt it would be "tragic" if this were to happen along the MacArthur. Reading endorsed Pichotto's position and noted that there are at least, eight Oakland schools and Mills College lo trates that this (the truck traffic) would be disastrous if allowed on the MacArthur." The residential areas adjacent to the freeway, he said, would be "very adversely" af-.

lected by truck traffic and it would tend to "downgrade the entire area." Reading noted that 90 per cent of truckers, given the choice of routes between the and MacArthur, would choose the Nimitz because it is flatter, has less curves, and would provide a generally more economical route. But, Reading said, trucking industry is fighting the ban and "it looks on this as an issue a precedent that needs to be broken." The mayor said the industry has been putting pressure on the, state to lift the ban and-will continue to fight any efforts to extend it. 1 'if way. It is" hard to believe that anyone could have thought of a better way to get' across the point, The noise of the traffic was almost deafening and newsmen had to crowd in close to Reading to hear his message. It was a simple spiel.

When the MacArthur Free-way was first opened four A few months ago Donna cated within a block of the MacArthur Freeway. years ago, the city was aoie to impose a ban against trucks over 4 tons traveling on the new thoroughfare. She now reads over The ban expires Jan. 1 and the new citizens committee is'the definitive rapid-reading course in the world today. Still-Donna doubted.

But having an adventure-some spirit, shejinrolled in the course anyway. "Eight weeks later," Donna says, "my reading speed increased from 486 to over 3,300 words per minute. Today, I can read an average novel in less time than it takes me to watch the Ed Sullivan television on Sunday at West Valley Junior College, was formed to see it reinstat 3,300 words per minute. ed. To dramatize what the Mac- Arthur Freeway would be like with truck traffic allowed, Chandlers Sale! the committee scheduled its first press conference along the Nimitz at the 29th Avenue It all started at an Evelyn Wood Reading Dynamics Demonstration.

Overpass. Montrezza saw an advertisement for a Reading Dynamics Demon-stration which GUARANTEED -that her reading speed would be at least tripled, with good comprehension, in the short span of eight weeks; and told about people like herself who had increased their reading speed by seven or eight times. But Donna doubted. USD Doubting Donna attended thedemonstration fully prepared loHillcnge" the dramatic advertising claims, and, substantially convinced that she could not be helped by what she considered "novelty reading techniques." IS At the demonstration Donna jaw a motion picture withimpres-sive testimonials from men in high publicoffice who had taken the Reading Dynamics course. She participated In a personalreading test, the results of which were known only to her, and she deter Reading wasted little time in pointing out that the "background here certainly lllus- Donna begins four years of hard studies with an incredible talent and skill few of her classmates BERKELEY TOPS Class Size Reduced in California have.

She now reads faster and better than she ever dreamed possible. And Donna still doubts. Si She doubts that she ever could have achieved her full potential as a college student and as a persons-had she not equipped French Room Shoes priced for quick speed but still a slow 486 words per minute. After an illustrated lecture, she joined the audience in asking candid questions about the techniques and rewards of Reading Dynamics. To Donna's surprise she discovered that more than 25,000 students had enrolled in the Northern California Reading Dynamics course more than twice the current enrollment of Stanford University.

She learned that the Evelyn-Wood Reading Dynamics course Significant reductions were made in class size in Califor nia's elementary schools the past year, but there was little mined that she read a little faster herself with the important educational breakthrough called Reading Dynamics: 1 change in the size of second clearance than the average national reading ary school classes. Dr. Garford Gordon, re search executive for the Cali- Teachers Who led the study, attributed See Jb ree Demonstration This Week the improvement in the ele mentary schools to financial incentives offered by the stae 9.99-14.99 dress styles and to the use of federal or other special funds. OAKLAND Berkeley had the lowest BERKELEY Claremont-Hotel class size in the state for dis tricts wiin irom to -Edgewaterlnn 999 average daily attendance SAN FRANCISCO- Shemton-FalaceLJIoieL July 4, 8:00 PM July 5, 5:00 PM July 6, 8:00 PM in elementary school. Berke ley had an average class size of 215 students in the elemen 6.99-0.99 casual styles tary grades.

The statewide Tues.AJuly 4, 8:00 PM 5, 8:00 PM Thurs.y July 6, PM July 8, 10:30 AM July 5, 8:00 PM Jack London Inn Tues July 4, 8:00 PM Thurs.y July 6, 8:00 PM -v average is 28.7, down from 29.4 last year. July 8 10:30 AM Berkeley was also among the lowest at, the secondary 3.98 I SATURDAY DEMONSTRATIONS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE level wiui ui average urn so size of 23.4 students. The statewide average was 28. 1. Among the 20 largest districts in the state, Richmond ranked best and Oakland second at the elementary lereL Richmond had an average class size of 25.1 students and Oakland.

27.5. The average in The Evxlj-n Wood Reading; Dynamics RT PI EVELYN WOOD READING DYNAMICS INSTITUTE Evtlyn Wood Readme Dynamics Institute, Dept. 14 1440 Browiway, OaUand, Cal. 9412 Please tend descriptive folder and tcbeduk of classes in my area. Pteaie tend tnormitioo company daises.

flease hae your industrial development rep reseiuatroc contact we. 7, 457 Inso'tute offers spedal roup programs to. businesses, schools, and recognized organizations. These group classes are tailored to your specific needs and schedules. Contact the Reading Dynamics office nearest you for more information or references on the many firms and organizations which hare been served by the Reading Dynamics Institute.

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It. wicriiT Jul U-m OWESS the largest districts was 29.4 EtodoELS. Richmond alao ranked sec-end best among the largest tsrfcts in secondary class wii aa of 263. Okilari, hosrevg, was amorg t'? nth of SO 1 The fT if largest dlsncts wii S. -It- fHOKE.

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