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90-minute cassettes
with purchase of cas-
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FREE DISCWASHER
RECORD CARE KIT
Discwasher for long
record life. With turn-
table purchase.

GET BONUS WITH THESE ADVERTISED AND OTHER SELECTED COMPONENTS!

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SANKYO STD-1700 CASSETTE
HAS DOLBY & FRONT-LOAD
Vertical open view. Record level con-
trols. 2 VU-meters. 3-digit tape count-
er. Auto shut-off. Tape select switch.

SANYO RD5055 FRONT-LOAD TEAC A-100 DOLBY CASSETTE
CASSETTE WITH DOLBY DECK HAS FRONT-LOAD
Dolby Noise Reduction. Twin lighted DC servo-controlled motor. Lighted
VU-meters. Auto-stop. Left and right compartment. 2 VU-meters. Dolby
record level controls. Tape counter. Noise Reduction. Tape select switch.

AKAI GXC-39D CASSETTE HAS
DOLBY NOISE REDUCTION
Akai's famous GX head system! Memory
rewind. Limiter circuit. Slide controls.
2 VU-meters. Tape selector.
V0199

TEAC A-380 FRONT-LOAD
CASSETTE WITH DOLBY
Quick auto loading. Memory counter
DC servo-controlled motor. Twin VU.
meters. Auto-stop. Tape selector.
1128

$13988

$168

SANSUI SC-3110 CASSETTE
WITH FRONT-LOAD & DOLBY
"Direct-O-Matic" loading system. Fast
forward. Tape counter and memory. 2
VU-meters. teak level indicator.
$347

PIONEER CT-F1000 DOLBY
RACK-MOUNT CASSETTE
Electronically-controlled DC motor.
Dolby calibration control. Memory
tape counter. Solenoid controls.
$447

SANYO RD8020 8-TRACK
RECORD/PLAYBACK DECK
Locking fast forward and pause. Twin
VU-meters. Lighted channel indicators.
Left and right channel mike inputs.
$9908

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CENTREX RH-60 8-TRACK
RECORDING DECK BY PIONEER
Recording level controls with VU-
meters. Lighted track indicators. Fast
forward. Pause control and more!

CENTREX RH-65 8-TRACK
DOLBY DECK BY PIONEER
Dolby Noise Reduction System. Tape,
time counter. 2 record controls witI
VU-meters. Fast forward. Pause.
$197

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WASHINGTON (AP) - A coalition
of Democrats accused the Carter
administration yesterday of under-
mining the search for peace in the
Middle East and knuckling under to
the Russians.
The Coalition for a Democratic
Majority, whose honorary co-chair-
men are Sens. Henry Jackson of
Washington and Daniel Moynihan of
New York, based its criticism on the
joint U.S.-Soviet statement issued
Oct. 1.
"EVEN IF IT achieves its goal of
reconvening the Geneva conference,
the administration is likely to find
that the 'joint statement' stands as
an obstacle to the achievem At of
peace," the group said.
A statement issued by the coalition
of Democrats, who are foreign policy
conservatives, said the -U.S.-Soviet
statement "raises serious questions
about the administration's approach
to the critical issue of U.S.-Soviet
relations."
The joint. declaration on the Middle
East was issued by Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance and Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko after they
met in New. York at the end of
September.
Aimed at reconvening a Geneva
peace conference, the joint state-
ment urged Israel to recognize ' the
"legitimate rights of the Palestinian
people" and grant them a place at
the negotiating table.
It also calledon Israel to withdraw
from territory occupied during the
1967 Arab-Israeli war. It drew a
sharp negative reaction from the
Israeli government.
Youth jobs
program

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begins.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The feder-
al government began, its billion-
dollar effort to cut down: massive
youth unemployment this week by
sending the first Young Adults
Conservation Corps workers to wild-
life refuges and forest areas.
By the end of this year, 7,895 youth
will be tackling conservation tasks in
urban, park and forest settings,
according to Labor Department offi--
cials. Some 22,300 out-of-work young
people will be awarded jobs with the
corps by next October.
THE CORPS is a $233.3 million
piece of the $1 billion youth jobs act
that passed Congress this year. Other
major elements of the act are experi-
mental training and employment
programs and community job pro-
jects. The overall program is expect-
ed to eventually create more than
300,000 jobs.
With the teen-age unemployment
rate at 18.1 per cent and black
teen-age unemployment at 37.4 per
cent, youth joblessness has taken on
crisis proportions in Congress and
the Carter administration. The 18.1
per cent means 1.6 million workers
between the ages of 16 and 19 are
unable to find work, according to
Labor Department statistics.
The corps - modeled after the
Depression-era Civilian Conserva-
tion Corps (CCC) whose hiking trails
and National Park camp sites still
dot the landscape - is the most
visible aspect of the escalating war
on teen-age joblessness. Jobless per-
sons ages 16 to 23 are eligible.

AKAI GX-230D 3-MOTOR
REEL-TO-REEL TAPE DECK
AC servo motor. GX head characteris-
tics. Forward and reverse playback.
VU-meters. Pause. Auto-stop. Mixing.
s429

PIONEER RT-707 DECK HAS
AUTOMATIC REVERSE
All front-access for professional-style
rack mounting! Pitch control for
accurate speeds. Direct-drive.
$447,

AKAI GX-265D 4-TRACK,
2-CHANNEL AUTO-REVERSE
AC servo direct drive capstan. 4 GX
Heads. Solenoid controls. 2 VU-meters.
Dual monitoring Micline mixing.
$559

AKAI GX-6300 10 1/2" REEL
CAPACITY STEREO TAPE DECK
2-head, 3-motor GX record/playback.
AC servo motor, direct-drive capstan.
Solenoid controls. Twin VU-meters.
p569

AKAI GX-630DSS 10/2" REEl
4-TRACK 4-CHANNEL DECK
Quadra-Sync Recording. 4/2-channe
capabilities. 4 GX Heads. 3 motor
Solenoid controls. Four VU-meters.
$839

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UNLIKE THE CCC, at least 75 per
cent of the youth corps will not live in
residential camps, but instead will
commute from their homes to their
jobs, though a residential camp is
being set up for early next year in
Yellowstone National Park.
Labor Department officials say the
change away from residential sites
means more money will go for jobs,
instead of living quarters. Three
agencies - the Labor Department,
the Agriculture Department and the
Interior Department - share respon-
sibilities for operating the program.
Robert Taggart, the Labor Depart-
ment official who runs the youth job
programs, says the conservation
corps is certain to be popular with
both the youth and the public because
of the physical. improvements it
leaves for the public to enjoy.

GARRARD 630-S AUTOMATIC
CHANGER WITH CUEING
Automatic record changer is 3-speed
and has damped cueing. With base,
dust cover and Pickering cartridge.
$4988

GARRARD GT-10 BELT-DRIVE
MULTI-PLAY TURNTABLE
Belt-drive system for super-accurate
platter speeds! Manual or auto-play.
With base and dust cover included.

B.I.C. 9408 BELT-DRIVE
MULTI-PLAY TURNTABLE
3 modes; manual or automatic single
play and multi-play. Includes base,
dust cover and Shure M-91 E cartridge.

PIONEER PL-510 TURNTABLE
FEATURES DIRECT-DRIVE
DC servo-controlled motor. Howling-
free acoustic suspension cabinet and
full hinged dust cover. 2 speeds.
s 147

MARANTZ 6300
FEATURES DIRECT-DRIVE
Servo-controlled platter. Pitch coi
trol with strobe. Cueing. Anti-skat
Base and hinged dust cover.
$197

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