Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 28, 1969 · Page 16
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Reflected Across Fronce De Gaulle Sees Change Of Mood In Hometown COLOMBEY -*LES - DEUX- EGLISES (AP) -- There was a little cheer, a weak "Vive De Gaulle." and the old man headed up the flight of stairs to the ballot box. lurching forward because he is 78 years old, blinking because his eyes are weak. He waved at the top of the stairs for a second. There was no color in his face, only deep brown circles under his eyes. Charles de Gaulle voted quickly Sunday, left the room and went home just before noon. Within a little more than six hours he knew things were going wrong. Cnlombey-les- Deux-Eglises was the first place :o tell him so. CHANGE OF MOOD It was not a betrayal in the village, where people remember when the general drove an old car and played in the garden with his children. It was * change of mood that reflected the change occurring all over the country. Paul Fontanil, De Gaulle's chauffeur, wrote down on a pad at 6:15 p.m. that the general's Defends Colleges Dr. S. I. Hayakawa, acting president ot San Francisco State College, tells the U. S. Chamber (if Commerce, meeting in Washington, that activities illegal elsewhere should not he tolerated on college campuses. Hayakawa defended the right il colleges to call in iiiilsidc police to curb violence. (AP Wlrrpboto) Florida College Students Save Records As Hall Burns referendum had patted In Col- ombey with 158 "qui" votes, but that 21 of the neighbors said "nun." He rushed home with the news. Those 21 nos startled some of the old people in the village hall, with its portraits of De Gaulle behind and in front of the ballot box. There had been only nine nos at the last referendum, and only two and one the times before that. The word went out quickly-something was wrong. Who was responsible? An old woman who wore her slippers to the vote counting said it was the people at the cheese factory on the far side of the village. "They're young and you can't tell about them," she said. TIDE AGAINST HIM Across the country the tide flowed stronger against De Gaulle. A direct line from the Elysee Palace in Paris brought the bad news to the president. In Janine's Cafe, the only one in town, there was quiet but nol stupefaction. Andre Bidault, farm laborer In rubber boot* and coveralls, said: "The damned French, they don't know how to vole. They've pinned him out the door because he was old. I know him. you know, I can tell you all about him." By 11 p.m., the lightt were out In the village of 350 persons. In their house just off the church square, De Gaulle's bodyguards stopped eating and watchec television. They waited for spe cial instructions that did not come. All was quiet at La Boisseric, the house behind the trees at the end of De Gaulle Street, where the old general lives. Sreel Worktr Dies PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) Roy S. Owen, 25, of El Dorado was killed Friday when he fel 40 feet from a steel beam while working at the Strong Manufac turing Co. plant north of here Owen was a welder for the firm. Lft« W«Nr PORT ELIZABETH. South Af- k-a (AP)-The new pUtttc alve In the heart of 3i year-old .MMflM ·IMP- Dr. ChrWUM deal team fcMCrMd tht vahw potac" ourinc an open htart opataUea|ti deep. MONEY ISNT EVERYTHING! But, something mokes our customers smile o lot. 4.752 PASSBOOK SAYINGS 5.25% VARIABLE RATE CERTIFICATES first federal savings FAYETTEVIU-E. ARKANSAS TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Sweating students lugged tons of equipment and priceless records from Florida State University's Westcott Hall Sunday as fire ravaged the top floor of the aging administration building. "We can't keep them out," laid an exasperated fireman. Men in shorts and football jerseys highballed down the steps with file cabinets, folders and books as flames crackled overhead. Coeds In bell-bottom pants and Bermudas formed a fire brigade and. huffing and puffing, passed the salvage to a distant spot on Westcott lawn. "We got magnificent help from the students." said acting Sentences In Assault Case Given 2 Boys BENTONVILLE--C i r c u i t Judge Bill Enfield has handed down a suspended sentence to a IB'ycar-old youth who, along with another 16-year-old, was convicted on an assault w i t h intent to ra H e. Enfield sentenced James H. Roberts, 15. to a three-year sus pended sentence pending the youth's good behavior and his obedience to his supervisor. The second convicted youth. Joseph Ray Homer. 16. of Gravette. received a three-year prison trim on the charge, plus a two-year sentence on a charge of assault with intent to kill in an attempted jail break. .Judge Enfield visited Tucker prison farm before handing down the sentences. Enfield said he wanted to help Roberts since Roberts tried to convince the other youth not to attack a jailer. THEY'RE MOVING MEN, NOT MIRACLE MEN Expert care and handling of your household possession* Is everything you can reasonably expect from the moving man. He can't put that old, familiar neighborhood in a crate ... move the corner drug store to your new home town ... bring along Johnny's old school or Mary's favorite hairdresser. Neither can your Welcome Wagon Hostess work miracles. But she can and wilt provide directions to the community facilities you ne«d, and bring with here galaxy of gifts from Its leading merchants. She awaits your call at PHONE HI 3-5438 or 3-315 WILCOMI Uit thli teunon le lei us knew yeu're Hire. rill eut ceupen ·"*!"·''«· TIMES. «oi D. rayettcnillft I ) I weula like U nkscrike le the M.W. Ark. TIMI* I I alrrnoy wkurike le IM TIMM I PIMM M»e IM Welcein* W«f*n HMWM call en me NMM resident 3. Stanley Marshall, ho has seen angry student pro- sts in recent months in front the same building. Clad in T-shirt, shorts and leakers, Marshall directed the »lay teams. EVERYONE HELPS "A couple of people started ling in," said Brewster Banks, i. of Tampa, "and then every- )dy said we'd go in and help." A fireman punched through a ilrd-story window with an ax nd dropped typewriters and her office equipment to a taut irpaulin held by students be- w. "This was the true student ody, the kind of students you an always count on," said Gov. laude Kirk, who watched the re with his step-daughter Ad ana. A university spokesman said me of the records saved from re and water damage dated to ie opening of the s c h o o l . Iso rescued were irreplaceable udent grade transcripts, he aid. The blaze raced across the oof nf the half century-old .Hiding, played like lorchfire in tower cupola and descender! 1*0 the fourth-floor catacomb of orkrooms, classrooms and of- ces of the fine arts depart- enl. Cause of the fire had not been etcrmined Sunday. Officials lid they could make no loss es mate. We're crowing about our Fried Chicken. And so will you. 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