Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 23, 1976 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES; Friday, April 23, 1976 FATEITF.VTII.E, ARKANSAS s View Pu ersion In Suburbs r t WASHINGTON (AP - Civil ; j rights and housing spec lallsl s '..: differ about the significance- 1 ot ,'tthis week's Supreme Court, de- ,*cisiori : on - dispersing ; public housing. into the suburbs, but f they generally \ agree that an;.other, case scheduled (or argil[merit in'the fall should clear up ; - i i n y . doubts. ' · · ' · ' ; M ' Both cases' involve Chicago ':' and. its suburbs and raise the ^: issue of what powers the feeler al government and the courts i" 1 have in' opening up suburbs In ^'low-income housing now con cenlrated In , poorer centra - = cities. : - : '" Tlie Supreme Court ruled j.-Tuesday that federal court. !';have the power (o require- Chi cago and the- U.S. Dcparlmen '~'of Housing 1 and Urban Develop s jrient'to draft a plan'to dispers ".new .public'- hoUsing 'Unit ' throughout the metropolilai- "arei rather t h a ' n only within _the cits limits The case hinged ~6n an earlier imding of past discrimination in- the selection of sites and tenants in Chicago: Those vlio g u e i hroad inter ^rotation to Ihe Supreme Court ruling say the public housing discTimuiahon found m Chicago .Is typical of most big cities Ths view holds that HUD's response to the ruling is crucial to determining the cases sig J Bificance.' " The narrow interpretation is - 1 thai HUD s powejs are limited ~" and Chicago circumstances are unique and thus the national _ (mpa-t of the dec isi on^ would be --limited - "" -Jl~»- But adsocalcs of rrelh MC«s Kay any dcoibts should be cleared up by a'case set lor argument before the Supreme Court this (all. A developer has challenged Ihe right o! Arling ton Heights III a Chicago sub «rb to use- zoning laws to ex elude a low income federally subsidized housing project it the effect is to maintain .the Mrlu.illj all white character o' the suburb Here in question and answer form is ho« analysis uev. the Tuesday'decision. Q..What ' d i d the Supreme Court case imol\e ? A, In response to a J966 suit by Dorolhy. Gaulreaux and five other black public Housing* ten ants or applicants, the federal courts had already found the Ctuuigo* Housing AulhoivU and ,HUO guilty of discrimination m '·Eelecu'on of sites and tenants .to 'keep public housing out of vlntc neighborhoods of the city . Mrs. Gaulreaux and the other plaintiffs asked lhat the city and HUD be forced to draw up 'a metropolitan area housing ,plan dibtributmg public liotis -ing The District Court refused Couit ot Appeals reversed ...o lovicr court and tha Su ibieme Court, v by a ^ to 0,vole, agreed with the'astpeals court, Q W h a t did the Supreme Court do? i A The justices told the lower court it may impose metropoii tan remedies, though^lhe bpe cilic remedies were left lo the lower couit and HUD lo nork Q Docs that mean the Chi cago suburbs now will have to put up public, housing projects' A Maybe jes Maybe no I depends on what Hie Distnc Court and 11UD do now The court was not told it must Im pose a metropolitan .remedy The Supreme Court said on] that such a remedy is wiihm the lower court's power. With both sides able lo appeal the lower court's eventual decision, It could take years for the ease to be resolved. ' '... Q. So was the decision a signiii- cant one? , A. That depends on whom you talk lo. Edward Rutledgc. special assistant lo the .slafi director al the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, calls t n e Gaul- rtuux case a landmark. Martin Sloane, general counsel for the National Commillee- Against Discrimination in Housing, says It can be a crucial factor in ..opening up the suburbs, and thus belter housing and JOB opportunities lo minonlies. Arthur Gang.' .assoui'e general counsel at HUD, calls Ihe-issue involved a very narrow technical one but slill one with a pos-. tihly broad impac'. Jerome G. Rose, a professor ol u r b a n planning al Rutgers University, calls the decision'n very liiiit- ed one with lilllc impact on Ihe nation's suburbs. Q. Why the divergence of opinion? . , A. The answer'depends basically on two questions. Is Chi-. cago typical ot other major cities as far as (Ms case is concerned? Even if Chicago Is typical, whol can Ihe federal government do about il? Q What can the,.government Ho under t h e . metropolitan ap- ""T Sloane Ihinks it can do plcnly. Under Ihe 1974 Housing Act -amendments, HUD can contract w i t h ' builders on ils own lo put up low-income projects, wherever lhc..pgmcy determines, lietore, HUD had lo work through local, authorities. The agency is rcdinred lo some extent to consult with hc I"" 1 ' governments firsl, :but -Sloane feels there's nothing a local government can do to stop Q. Vou mean the local governments arc powerless. - A . They do have Iheinonng h,ws aurt could fight a HUD move on Ihose grounds But Ihe possible success ol such acuco s iri diwule njM now. Rose h i i k s the law prcvcnls HUD -,..from' overcoming_4»cal.jre S ,sl- ce based on zoning . Ineralile to atlack In court if ey are used as tools of dis- mination. ° · - the suburbs on the ground? that HUD hadn't been lough enough. HUD has since revised its procc- formec NIGHT women's savings Ong $8 Famous Maker Polyester Tank Tops Scoop or square neck m a rainbow of colors. Sizes 8 to 18 20% off Sale 6.40 Moderate Tops -- DILLARD'S Ong $14 to $18 Famous Make Shirts' Jeans' 5 to 13 Nylon Print Shirts Sale 8.97 100% Cotton Prewashed Denim Joans Sale 9.97 ·' juniors-- DILLARD'S AM Long Junior Dresses Sale 15% off Cottons, polyesters, blends Sizes 5 to 13 Junio'r Dresses -- DILLARD'S Compare at $4 and more Ladies' Scarves in prints solids 24" and 28" square Sole 1.38 Neckwear-- DILLARD'S Ong $6 and More Misses Long Sleeved Skivvies Basic and pastel solids 8 to 16 Sale 2.99 Ong $12 and More Misses Fashion Pants Solids and patterns 8 to 16 Sale 5.99 Better Sportswear -- DILLARD'S Ong $12 Long Nylon Gowns in Several Styles Assorted solid pastels S,M,L - Sale 7.97 l - -* , Sleepwear -- DILLARD'S Or'ig $6 Famous Make Bras Contour, seamless, plunge criss-cross ,, , . . - , 32 to 36, A,B ' Sale 3.47 Foundations-- DILLARD'S Famous Make Missy Pantsuits of 100% Polyester Spring colors 8 to 18 Special 17.97 Daytime Dresses-- DILLARD'S Oriq $10 and More Polyester Pull-On Pants Stretch waist. Solids.: 8 to. 18 . . . . Sale 4.97 Moderate Sportswear-- DILLARD'S Orig. $9 famous Make Antron III Nylon Slips. Lace trim, non-cling. _ . 32 to 40 . . . . . . . ............. Sale 5 ' 99 Baywear -- DILLARD'S Orig. $2 ond More Costume Jewelry Assorted in goldtone and silvertone . . . . Sale 99? Costume Jewelry-- DILLARD'S HUM!. "All K.« : " r '""S2l« Centers" housewares-gifts! Orig. 7.95 Imported Hardwood.Cutting Board., Expandable arms for ·; sink.'use ..:..:... .,,.-.. Sale 4.99 Orig. 10.95 3 PC. Cast Iron . Skillet Set ;·.=.,.,,,.,,,,,.,.· Sale 6.99 Orig. 19.954-Slica Family Toaster .:.. .-.-.-,,.,,,.Z.,.T. Sale 14.99 Orig. 13.99 Sim-R-Ware 31/2 Qt. Slow Cooker .. ..,,,.,.«.-,-.-. Sale 8.99 Orig. 39.95 Baker-Broiler' by Munsey , .·.·-.- . . . . . . . - Sale 26.99 Orig. $40 Ginger Jar with Glossy ; Finish. Elegant in red, brown or green . . Sale 29.99 Housewares, Gifts--DILLARD'S draperies! infants -girls! Sundres.wUhMotching . 100% cotton in assorted -solids. 4 to 6x Sale 2.47 Orig. 5.50T-Shirt. 7 to 14 ..... Sale 3.97 Orig. $8 Girls Poly/Cotton Print Sizzlers Assorted styles. 4 to 6x ....... Sa e 4.97 Orig. $9 Sizzlers. 7,to 14 ........ Sale 5.97 fabrics Orig. 2.98 'yd. v Fancy Double Knits 100% .polyester in printed and woven styles^ 56 to 60" wide. Machine wash. . . Sale 1.47 yd. Fashion Fabrics-- DILLARD'S Orig. 9.99 e.a. Corduroy Bedrest Pillows and ,'Gorduroy Wedge Pillow in,assorted, decorattfr colors. Plump kapok filled .-. . - Sale 7.99 ea. Drqpery--DILLARD'S linens! !.;,Orig. $5 Bath Towel of 100% cotton. Heaven- Jy towels iOt a down-to-Earth price Sale 2.99 Orig. $3 ] Hand Towel Sale 1.99 Orig. 1.25 Wash Cloth Sale 99* Famous Maker 180 Thread Count Percale ^Sheets. Choose from a large group. Polyester^ cotton. Twin Flat or Fitted - ,. . . Special 3.99 , FulliFlat or Fitted . ...,.,.-,,.',.». Special 4.99 Queen Flat or" Fitted .,. 7-~. Special 7.99" King Flat or Fitted . .,.,.,. T .,... Special 9.99 Standard Coses, pair .,,-.,.:.-.-.. Special 3.99 King Cases, pair . Special 5.99 Linens--DILLARD'S carpets Orig. 14.99 sq. yd. Lees Sculptured Plush Shag Carpet. 100% nylon, 12' and 15' widths in 22 lovely colors , Sale 12.99 yd. Orig: 1399 sq. yd. Lees Dacron Polyester Plush Pile Carpet. 20'colors. Sale 11.99 sq. yd. Orig. 13.99 sq. yd. Lees Nylon Multi-Color Shag 22 lovely colors . Sale 11.99 sq. yd. Orig. 6.99 sq. yd. Trend Mills Nylon Tweed Loop Carpet. 12' width in 9 lovely colors with either Jute back or utility foam, backing . . Sale 5.99 sq. yd. Orig. 1099 sq. yd. Trend Mills 100% Poty- · Shag cut and loop combination. 14 colors in 12' width - '. .' Sale 8.99 iq. yd. Carpets--DILLARD'S furniture savings! Orig, $450 (damaged) "Chatham 4" Sleeper, Sale $349 Orig'$129 Corner Table Sale $66 Orig. $199 Crushed Velvet Chair in brown : . .,-...,,-.,,,..:...'..... SaU $169 Orig} '$953 Eernhdrdt Chippendale Dining Set'Table, 2 arm chairs and side chairs. - - Sale $853 Orig. 199.95 Chair in green (1 only) .-. . - Sale $169 Orig. $129 Chair in green . . .-.,.,. . Sale $9' Orig. $149 Record Cabinet Sale $129 Orig. $129 Square Table in chrome and gloss . . . . . - J - S a l e $98 . Orig. $209 Square Table in chrome and glass. Sale $159 SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE men's savings! Orig. $135 to $160 Men's New Spring Suits ' by Rotner of California. Solids, stripes, plaids. Reg. and Long. ,. . . .Sale 107.99 to 127.99 :--.- Men's:Clothing--DILLARD'S . . Orig. .$16 and More Men's Print Sport Shirts. Long sleeyes in geometries and -florals. Assorted; fabrics. S,M,L;XL- . . . ..Sale 7.99 Orig. $30 Men's R.V.Q Jackets. Vz Price! -Tafi;b^pw-|vS;M,L,XC ;:::.. . . . Sale 14.97 Men's. SportsWedr-^plLLARD'S Orig. $18 Polyester' Print Shirts. Famous : make; western scenes. S,M,L,XL Sale 11:99 ; Lev! Shop. .DILLARD'S · .' · \ Orig. $7 and More Men's Billfolds Sale 3.49 Orig.' 1.50 Men's Socks Sale 99* Orig. .$5 and $6 T-Shirts, A-Shirrs, Epxers and Briefs. 100% cotton. Package of 3 S,M,L,XL ' Sale 2.97 ' · or 990 each Men's Furnishihgs^-DILL'ARD'S save for boys! Compare at $10 Boys' Print Jersey Shirts. Fashion collar, long sleeve, 8 to 20. Sale 4.97 Orig. 4.50 and More Boys' Famous Brand Knit shirts. Solids ''fancies. 8 to" 20 . . Sale 3.47 Orig. 9 50 Boys' Famous^Brand Casual Jeans. ! ° Polyester cottonj^ve'sterrf styles°"-flared bottom. 8 to 16; reg., slim . Sole 5.97 Orig. $35 Boys' Leisure Suits in spring colors and styles Broken sizes . . Sale 27.99 Orig. $70 Leisure Suits TM Sale 55.99 china-glassware! Origr$12 to-12.50 Sterling Silver Spoon Rings. Towle, Gorham or Oneida S«le 8,97 Orig. 2.10 to 18.50 independence Franciscan Ironstone. Open stock . Sale 1.47 to 12.95 Orig. 1.25 Crystal Stemware . . Sale 97* ea. Silver, China, Glasware--DILLARD'S appliances! Orig. 29.95 Military Style Portable Radio. Multi-band, AC/DC, earphone . .'Sale 19.95 · .Orig 109.95 12" Diagonal Measured Mag- ^navox Black White Portable ' . Sale 89.95 ''Orig. 119.95 Citizen's Band Radio. Grand Prix Transceiver features squelch control, lighted dial, PA position, etc. . . Sale 89.95 Orig. 159.95 G.E. Stereo Model No. 9-7201 Sale 119.95 Orig. 469.95 M.G A 17" Diagonally Measured Portable Color TV. Model "CS-177. 100% solid state, remote control Sale 429.95 Orig. 499.95 M.G.A. 19" Diagonally Measured Table Color TV. Model 194C Sal* 449.95 Appliances--DILLARD'S SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE Orig. $99 End Table in chrome and glass Orig. $96 Corner Table in chrome and glass ; . . . ' . . . . . . . . . : Orig. $90 Sofa Table ini chrome ond'glass. .". ; . : . - . ; . ...a.TM Orig. ; $159 Hickory Chq!rV,. r .i.-i«r Orig. $169 Chair . ..... Sale $59 ,. Sale $54 ,. Sale $45 -Sale $119 Sale $109 Furniture--DILLARD'S DillareT* Charg« BankAmericard Mart* Charg* A*.""* Plazo -- Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday

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