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Local Realtor To Speak At TAR Annual Meeting Today In Quentin Williams, Pampa realtor, Is in Oalveston attending the 52nd annual convention of the Texas Association of Realtors. Williams is a director of the TAR, a member of the public relations committee and a member of the nominating committee of the Texas chapter of the National institute of Farm and Land Brokers. Tomorrow afternoon Williams will be one of four speakers on the education program for the NIFLB, Activities today include various committee meetings, educational sessions and discussion groups, Thursday will be Salesman Day, with a program designed to mirror the optimistic yet changing world of the Texas housing industry, according to Jimmy Martin of Galveston, general convention chairman. Cliff Robedeaux, of Milwaukee, Wis., will provide the keynote address tomorrow during the session at Moody Center. A graduate of the Marquette University Law School, Robeduaux is chairman of the residential division of the National Institute of Real Estate Brokers, a real estate instructor and former regional vice president of the National Association of Real Estate Boards, Phil Brown, a Richardson real estate salesman, will moderate the morning and afternoon sessions. Session topics include "Creative Financing," "Handle With Care: Sellers and Their Properties," "How to Sell to Today's Youth Market," "Planning an Effective Home Showing" and "Closing the Sale." Fred C. Tucker, Jr., of Indianapolis, Ind., is president of the National Association of Real Estate Boards and a member of the National Rent Board of the Wage Price Commission, appointed by President Richard Nixon. Heartsill Wilson, Denver, Colo., is counselor for General Motors, Ford and others. Over 1,000 persons are expected to attend the three-day convention. Williams is accompanied by his wife. LONG-LIFE LASER MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — A sunlight-powered laser that provides the long life required for practical space communications systems has been developed by GTE Sylvania Incorporated, it has been announced. By means of lenses and mirrors, the new device collects and focuses rays of the sun. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Wednesday, June 14, the iMth day of 1972. Today is Flag Day. There are 200 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history. On this date in 1775, the U.S. Army was founded as the Continental Congress authorized the recruiting of 10 companies of riflemen. On this date: In 1777, the Continental Congress made the Stars and Stripes the national flag. In 1846. a group of settlers at Sonoma. Calif..'proclaimed the Free Republic of California. In 1922, President Warren G. Harding became the first president to make radio speech, broadcasting over station WEAR in Baltimore. In 1940, the Germans occupied Paris in World War II. In 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered the freezing of German and Italian assets in the United States. In 1944, American forces began the Pacific war invasion of Saipan Island in the Marianas. Ten years ago: A group of heavily armed members of the outlawed Secret Army Organization were arrested in east central France and charged with plotting to assassinate President Charles de Gaulle. Five years ago: A U.S. Mariner spacecraft was launched toward Venus to try to find out if the planet can support life. Price Didn't Support Higher Education Bill By BOB PRICE The higher education bill that passed the House and went to the President last week is another step to centralize more power in Washington than ever before over this nation's educational system. Additionally, this bill provides federal support for busing in specific instances. Because I am opposed to further concentration of power in Washington and because I am opposed to busing in order to achieve a racial balance, I did not support the bill. I believe the country has the obligation of providing an opportunity for our young people to further their education but not by creating more bureaucracy in Washington. We already have approximately 158 different educational programs being administered by 29 different agencies of the federal government. This bill would create a National Institute of Education, a new centralized educational planning center and give it a billion dollars. The one thing we do not need, in my opinion, is more bureaucracy. Two good anti-busing amendments that were in the original House version of the bill were dropped in the compromise final bill. The end result is that this bill allows federal funds to be used for busing. I also see provisions in this bill that could provide grounds for endless court interference in the drawing and redrawing of school boundaries. All in all, the bill is not, in my judgment, in the best interests of students, schools, higher education or the taxpayers of this country. I regret that the committee did not come up with a better bill, and I regret that Congress passed it: at least it did so without my support. It takes from 55 to 80 pelts to make one mink coat. Two Pampans Graduated From OU NORMAN, Okla. -Two Pampa students were among a total of 5.789 students at the University of Ok Oklahoma who made the honor roll for the 1971-72 Spring semester, Dr. Paul F. Sharp, Oil president, has announced. Making the honor roll were Mark Nelson Buzzard and Ross Warren Holman. To be eligible for the honor roll, a student must have an over-all grade point average of B (3.0) or better in a minimum of 12-credit hours. Pampan Serves As Trustee At USS Josiah M. Daniel III, of 1928 Evergreen, Pampa, is serving as a student trustee at the University of the South at Sewanee. Tenn. Daniel served with the board of trustees at its annual meeting recently at Sewanee. PAMPA,TEXAS ««th YEAR™* Wedn«<l«y,Jun*lM*n rnnrn, i E/AAO •»»' •"•••• ^ White Deer High Alumni Meet In Reunion Dinner Pour hundred and eighteen graduates of White Deer High School and guests met in the new school cafeteria last Saturday evening, for the nth White Deer School Alumni banquet. Opal (Williams) Howard, class of '34, gave the invocation; and Dr.Wendell Cain of West Texas State University, Canyon, director of the speech department of White Deer High School from 1MB to 1950. with time out for service in the U.S. Marines, served as master of ceremonies. Jaquetta Urbanczyk, class of '72, organist, furnished dinner music. Taylor Skaggs, class '51, and president of the Alumni Association, welcomed the guests, and introduced R.W. Standifer, superintendent of schools, who added his welcome to the visitors. The class of 1941 took the honors for the largest attendance, with 22 present. Fhe clan of IW with 16. Eileen (Butter) Dibble, from Fairbanks, Alaska, wai recognised for hiving come the Farthest, Katherine (Moss) Edwards represented the first class of -40, as organizer and promoter jf the Association. "All Included", a vocal group from Amarillo College, provided special music for the jccasiom; and Dr. Cain, in response to many requests, gave a reading, "The First White Man." Singing the school song brought the dinner hour to a :lose. Decorated in the school colors jf blue and white, the banquet tables were accented with milling clowns bearing the :lass numerals. The barbeque dinner was catered by Jerry and Kay(Kotara) Braddock, a former student there from the Harvester Pit Bar-B-Que. SERVICEMAN'S SPECIAL ONE YEAR FOR *9.95 A SAVING OF Ml.05 Our men from Gray and the area counties who are in the Service nave a special meaning for us folks back home; therefore we would like to keep them informed of the latest developments in the news while they are away serving their country. 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