Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1969 · Page 8
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· · NwAwMt ArtattM T1MIS, WtA April U, 1H9 Colleges Still In Uproar Over Demands Harvard University continued to debate demands raised hy a student strike now in its Will day as sit-ins at Columbia University and Boston University! tnded peaceably. A week-long sit-in at Stanford's Applied Electronics Laboratory continued without incidents. Harvard's undergraduate faculty voted "overwhelmingly" Tuesday to set up a committee nl 10 professors and five students to deal with last week's student occupation of University Hall, according to President Nathan M. Pusey. Club-wielding pulice ended the s i t - i n Thursday, injuring 39 students and making 197 arrests. Thousands of students have struck their classes since then, expanding their protest to cover, the Reserve Officer Training 1 Corps, campus expansion and disciolinarv action against the sit .n. " with 44 H a r v a r d , which has an enroll- about 400. nient uf 1'i.WO does not require class attendance. At Tuesday's meeting, broadens; live by the student radio M a i i o n . the faculty decided to put nil until Thursday action on i i i c demand to abolish the KOTC program on the Cambridge, Mass, campus. AT COLUMBIA At Columbia, 16 Negro stu- dnits walked out of the school's " admissions office early today, ; ending a sit-in that began Monday morning for changes in Columbia's policies on admitting minority group applicants. The demonstrators left after . State Supreme Court Justice John A. Sandifor issued a temporary restraining order against : iho sit in. After a visit from t h e i r attorney, thc students left hcini'p the order w a s served. At Boston University, about 60 students left the office of the dean of student affairs, which I hey sc-i/ed Monday to protest! KOTC. The protesters said they v.nuld continue their campaign in other ways. At Stanford, a student-faculty committee recommended that t h p university sell the 23-year' nld laboratory, which does defense-connected research. ELSEWHKRE Students at Queens College in . \rw York said they would esca- I n t p their sit-in against "politi ivl repression" if police were 1 summoned against them. More : t h a n 100 students seized parts of a classroom building Thursday, demanding withdrawal of crimi- - nal charges against 38 studerts and a teacher arrested at an April 1 sit-in. About fiO persons at Kordham University, a Catholic school in Thc Bronx, demanded that thc Tv. Michael P. Walsh. Ford ham's president, end the ROTC program on campus. Walsh did not reply to their demand News Of Other Years 10 YEARS AGO Installation of new w a t e r ) Fayettcvire ----- - - - - - . =^«s ; i; s sgs?5£!Sff,£; *ca rne citons to help'thm M new ^'aterj beautify their^ropert:?. Mayor meters were --d f r o m ^.^^^? he si* , t l c fn^ the^ car th«W, U ( h e ^ ^ ^ north of TM!TM aco ^ ago. [Baldwin. 15 YEARS AGO »*"--r r:u r ^x } ^^" y \ of government land valuta ai Mgy j js thc datc sct; [or a $1.158 will he sold in Washing- j p ayc tteville teen-age Road-e-o ton B e n t o n and Madison t 0 be h e l d on Washington Counties at auction next month. Avenue Ellis B n r g i n . c h a i r m a n Thp isolated tracts of public of thc Junior Cnamnci o Lom- Somain land win he offered for;merce - sponsored event, said sale by the Bureau of L a n dltoday. 25 YEARS Women's Civic Club members Twenty-four men studied fire today opened thc annual mem- fighting at the Fayetteville Fire bership drive in Fayetteville Dc p ar tmenl Monday through with groups of TM cmhc ^ TM j [Thursday nights in a series of Til Hnh"founded°Iffyears ago classes. Five from Lincoln and members, now has'two from Siloam Springs at- itcnded. M««HiBir«if«pm Illegal Segregation Claimed In Michigan School District FKRNDALE. Mich. (AP) -All :165 pupils in U.S. Grant elementary school are Negro. The federal Office of Education says it constitutes illegal segregation. The Ferndale School District, the first in thc North to he threatened with loss of federal funds, agrees that it's segregation, but denies it's illegal. The Office of Education issued an order Tuesday designed to force thc integration of Grant upils w i t h about -1.100 children n nine other district elementary chools. "We know there's scgrega- ion." Supt. John J. Houfihton aid. "but it's of a de facto na- ure. The school was built to nect an existing need and the population pattern t h a t developed around it resulted in the act that it is completely Negro ,oday." Leon E. Panctta. director of the Office of Education's civil rights office, said the segregation of Negro pupils in Grant started when the school was I built in 1926 as a deliberate effort to establish and maintain a discriminatory policy. ONLY AREA The school is in Royal Oak Township. Aside from a small portion of Ferndale, it is the only area in the school district with a large concentration of Negroes. The district--comprised of most of the city of Ferndale, Royal Oak. and parts of two ad- iacent cities--has a total of 8.1 iD students. 740 of them Negro. Houghton said one other elementary school has 27 Negro pupils, and two others have one Negro pupil each. The remainder of the Negro pupils in the district attend the junior high school and the senior high school. _ Burton Shifman, attorney for the district's school board, will icet with federal officials Monay to discuss the case. "We have very little disagree nent with the facts as the gov- rnment presented them, he aid "We do disagree with the onclusion that the situation is eliberate." ifoilh.nl litlilil'niil t«|IHt iinrllHI t Your Wedding £ TUXEDO T Fothion Renti 402 W. nickson 442-5611 Special Selling - 3 DAYS ONLY - -' r? Entire Stock of y^/'v^C ".' tt* .'.;*" ' \ ."* '"** ; Dress Shoes for Women ' .^.iirfjrifwf;: C. i «:ni-.i-«'«SiW: *^-.-^S2^-- A. The "Trinidad". Carefree Dupont C. The "Jopa". In Bone or pink kid. Corfam. Bone. Reg. 19.00 Reg. $20. Now only J15 pair. Now only $14.25 pair. B. The "Susan". In Black patent. D. The "Taboga". Pearlizcd alligator print. Reg. $19. Now only JH.25 Rog. $20. Now only $15.00 pair, pair. WOMEN'S SHOES Street Floor roJ. HARDWARE SPRING COURTESY SALE - APRIL 17 TO MAY 3 QUANTITIES LIMITED 1 HAHN ECLIPSE SELF-PROPELLED MOWER New! With automatic choke. 11" Pow-B-Pro dlrect-drive Wide. En- fine turns over Instantly. Briui Stratum S'.i h.p. engine. Heig adjust* from 1" to Sli . 10" cast eight iron rear wheel* with TorrinRton overrunning clutch b e a r i n g f . Grassbaf included. $159.95 Same as above except with electric key «tarter. Rechargeable nicklc-cadimium battery and rt- charger. IHJS LADIES' HOE Bv Blue Grass. Lisnt. strong. Shank riveted. Ash handle with lacquer finish. Blade width a inches. Handle length 4-ft. HeR 3.59 $2.98 GARDEN RAKE Bows securely welded to heads. It teeth. Number 1 white ash handle. Handle 4li ft. ?,T $2-29 LONG HANDLE SHOVEL 16-izauge. heat treated blade and socket, natural blue tempered finish. Turned step. No. t white ash handle. Blade 8*'«"xl2". Handle 48". Tleg. 2.38 $2.49 SUNBEAM 022 RAIN KING SPRINKLER Set it for a itentle sprinkle, or lots of water. Sprinkles in corners. Res. 9.95 $6.95 GRASS SHEARS Lightweight, yet ruggedly built. High carbon cutlery steel blades, hollow ground. Easily sharpened. Blade SV 7 ", overall 12U". Cushion grips. S49 Value $2.79 SHOP EARLY SAVE! 4 WAYS TO BUY · Cash · Charge · Lay Away · Budget FREE DELIVERY L O O K AT THESE PRICES! HALTERS LEAD ROPES Polypropylent - pSetttr Than Nylon White, Rtd * Whit., Blue and White, Grt*n t White. HORSE - YEARLING - COLT SIZES This Sal* 51,98 R*g. 3.25 GIRTHS You n**d to M* th*»» quality girths. Ov*r 60 to choc** from. Cotton and Mohair. Reg. 1.65 to 9.95 ,/ A«| /» VIT i Matching Color*, Beit Snap. $1.39 This Sal* Reg. 1.80 BLANKETS 30"x60" medium weiflht. Navajo drip*- This Sale R*g. 4.93 SIMCO SADDLES · BRIDIES · (OUARS AND COMPLETE ACCESSORIES f BLUE RIBBON SPRAYERS Premium g a l v a n i z e d steel e l e c t r i c welded. Funnel top. Adjustable brass nozzle t h r o w s coarse or stream or cone shaped spray. 23" high, hose 30". Capacity 3 gallons. RCB. 11.95 $8.95 -gal. sprayer with 30- inch plastic spray hose, Reg. 10.79. Sale price -- STJC KITCHEN SHEARS By Wiss. Strong, powerful kitchen tool. Notched grip for unscrewing bottle topi and hook for opening beverage bottles. Length of cut 2\,". Over-all 8". Reg. 4.95 $3.59 CONTRACTORS WHEELBARROW SWAN LAWN HOSE 50-ft. by 'i-inch for l»wn or garden. New westherguard rcinlorccd vinyl, with strong nylon truck tire cord. Remains flexible at low temperatures. Reg. 6.95 $4.95 HOSE NOZZLE. Pistol $1.19 grip style. RCR. 1.^9 T HOSE NOZZLE. Brass. (fit USA. Keg. 89c ** HOSE HANGERS. Metal. 54£ Regular 69c · MAIL BOX POST with icroB. Black. Us steel tubin«. Rustproof, tough, baked on enanwl. Fit» all boxe«. 12" high. Rep. 4.50 $3.59 RURAL MAO. BOX Aluminum fini«h. Approved by imtmuter general. !«*· " «P * R4". SALE $2.19 DOG GROUND TIE-OUT STAKES R*g. DOG CHAIN, 10-ft. with twiv*l, map, *·». 1.5» DOG CHAIN, 15-ft. with «wiv*l, map, **fl. 1-9* · All DOG COUARS, l*«tr*r. During tW« tah »-. Scotts APRIL SALE! SKIL ELECTRIC DRILL 3/8" Deluxe. Rugged with extra chuck opacity for Isrgcr bits. Removable side handle. 3-amp. motor with double reduction g e a r s . Oversize fan. 750 r.p.m. O1 ** ' ' Coco Fibre -- In Colors DOOR MATS 27" x 16" Reg. 4.95 OFFICIAL ENTRY SKIL ELECTRIC SAW 714" power saw with extra cutting capacity. Full 7'.i" blade. Combination hard-tooth blade Included. Complete with carrying case. n»e «OO 05 39.ar. *«·»* Have , lawn that', free from dandelion, by u»in K ScotU Turf- Builder plus 2. Full fertilizes lawn at same time. Reg. » ft. bag. Prevent crabgrass with Scott* Turfbuilder plus t. It Ite in wait and stops crabgraM and foxtail as they sprout. AUo fertilize* and grubproofs the soil, eliminating moles. r $12.95 n. 7 g 85 sa 5 vr ? t q - $6.95 Reg. 9.95 2.500 sq. «g OK ft. bag. Save $1 -- *"·'·» THERMOS OUTING SET 2 quart bottles and sandwic* case in handy carrying case. Regularly $11.95. This sale only $9.49 Converse CANVAS SHOES Cross-Country Reg. 6.95 $5.49 CHAR-BROIL PORTABLE BARBECUE PIT A masterpiece in cast iron. The greatest instrument, ever devised for outdoor cooking. Cast iron hood ends and fire grates. Work shelves, grease collector, no flare up. """" *'""" Save 510.00 $89.95 16" X 2t" Cooking Area Royal Chef BARREL SMOKER Ecko BAR-B-CUE TOOLS. Includes turner. tongs, 2-tine fork and basting brush. Heg 8.95 $6.49 Reg. 4.95 O N E O F F O U R N E W A M X 2-DOOR SPORTS COUPES MPDWAK OCMIRS NAME MD ADDRESS STAMP KlOW Dtpetl* at LEWIS BROS. HARDWARE Fay*tt«vill«, Ark. BLUE GRASS TOOL BOX Kleclrirally welded heavy «ange steel. Bak»d enamel blue finish. "Tote tray", 20V'x«', xi». · Comfort srip handles. Can be padlocked. $3.49 PROPANE BLOW TORCH KIT By Blue Grass. Contains brass pencil flame burn. er assembly, bin brush burner head, flnnw spreader, soldering tip. spark lighter and propane fuel cylinder. SALE! $8.88 John PrMikM POCKET KNIVIS 3-Sizc*. All three blades with 1", .Ti", or 2-V h»ni1lf«. Ren, 4.3J to S.«i. Your choict-- AM t% v $3.25 JOHNSON "Century" REEL Petroalny «««, S«lfclr«-W«l drag. Thumb control button. 9»lt water r«rtit«nt. With *"V ft. «-lh. teat monoflllment lint. n.fc, $' ' · »* Flhre Gl«jj FLY RODS Sale $5.95

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