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Muncie, Indiana
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Thursday, April 6, 1972
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PACE 2 THE MUNCIE STAR, THURSDAY. APRIL 6, 1972 6 Die, 250 Hurt as Wind Rips Roofs Off School, Stores VANCOUVER, Wash. (UPI) A freak, tornado-like wind hit dead were youne adults, and the Columbia River from Portland, Ore. In addition to the school, roofs collapsed on the Sunrise Bowling Alley, Bergeron Lum police moved across the river tn heln direct traffic and three not confirm that the wind was a tornado because it had no Randy Buyrd, assistant administrator of St. Joseph's Hospital, said he believed some were teachers. One of the dead was reported to be a child. a school filled with children and smashed in roofs of three other Oregon National Guard helicop observer on the scene. Torna ters went to Vancouver to neip remove the injured. PORTLAND did not escape the hieh winds but the tornado like does are rare in the Pacific buildings Wednesday. Northwest One wind gust of 100 miles an hour was reported at Mt. Hebo At least six persons were ber and Hardware Co., and a killed and 250 Injured. Nearly BURYD SAID more than 200 supermarket. 100 of the injured were persons were treated at St. The windstorm strained emergency facilities throughout the southwest Washington area sweep described here did not j occur in Portland, although a on the Oregon coast, - admitted to the city's two Joseph's within three hours after the roofs collapsed just Power and telephone lines hospitals, while the others were huge fir tree was topped by the wind on a car moving along a were down, making communi treated and released. before 1 p.m., when a 63-mile and in Portland. cations almost impossible for more than an hour. Some people were trapped in their One of the buildings hit was an-hour wind cut a swath . two A Vancouver National Guard Istreet. No one was injured. the Peter S. Ogden elementary school which caught the brunt of the storm. Several of the to three blocks wide through an eastern section of this south unit hastily organized to help The Coast Guard descriDea the wind as a tornado but the without waiting for a formal call to duty. Oregon State cars. There also was . some western Washington city across weather bureau said it could damage to homes. vrv. fiflur Shew HgK TamptraturM Eipttd For Dcyt'm Thurdoy W. T. GRANT CO. $35.00 Weather Picture joIMfjj T T7 OjU from NATIONAL WIATHH SERVfCC, 70 S V?i Y ih.,i P7TT5 HT ....... rn 'ao V.M r,u'"" Snow and snow flurries are expected in the northeast Thursday. The National Weather Service also forecast snow in North Dakota and Minnesota, showers in part of the Rocky Mountain area with snow in higher elevations. There will be showers also in southern Florida and the Pacific northwest. (AP Wircphoto Map) FORECASTS .Thursday turning mostly cloudy Thursday night and cloudy Fri-IMDIANA: Partly sunny and 'day with showers likely north, mild Thursday. Highs 62-67. In-jHighs Thursday 50s north, 70s night with lows 40-45. Variableisouth creasing cloudiness Thursday cloudiness and mild Friday with chance of showers. Highs 60-65. Chances of precipitation are 10 per cent Thursday and 20 per cent Thursday night. Cloudy and cool with a chance of snow north and rain south early Saturday . . . mostly fair but cool Sunday and Monday. Lows around 30 north to the low 40s south Saturday . . . and from the upper 20s north to the upper 30s south Sunday and Monday Highs from tre mid 40s north to the low 50s south Saturday and OHIO - Sunny Thursday, fair Thursday night and increasingly cloudy Friday. Highs Thursday 50s north, 60s south. MICHIGAN - Clear to partly cloudy Thursday and Thursday night with increasing cloudiness Friday. Highs Thursday 40 north, 50s southwest. KENTUCKY - Partly cloudy Thursday through Friday. Highs Thursday 60s-70s. Hourly Temperatures am.... S3! 9 a.m. . . . 4fl! 5 D m 1 2 a.m. ... 3310 a.m. ... 44! pm. . I 3 a.m. ... JS'll m ... 48' 7 pm. . 4 a.m. . .. 3fi Nnnn 511 K p.m. . Sunday ... and in the upper 40s ;;; ; north to mid 50s south Monday. 7 a.m. ... 371 3 p.m. ... ni p.m. . ILLINOIS Partly Sunny mtx yesterday 61; Low 33. White's Tenure Appeal Upheld hy Committee By LARRY LOUGH The Ball State University Promotion and Tenure Committee voted Wednesday night to uphold the tenure appeal of Raymond White, assistant Professor of history. The committee said, in effect, that Dr. White's right to due process was violated even though there was no procedural error. White's appeal followed a decision made last month by Robert L. Carmin, dean of the College which would deny tenure to White. That decision also was upheld in two votes by the college Promotion and Tenure Committee. THE DECISION of the univer sity committee came after four hours of closed-door discussions with the principals in the mat ter. The committee talked first with White and Everett Ferrill, head of the history department, who spoke on White's behalf, Then a session with Carmin and Alan Huckleberry, chairman of the college Promotions and Tenure Committee, preceded the committee's decision. Robert W. Sherman, chairman of the university committee, issued a statement that his com-! mittee found no procedural Farm Spokesman Blasts Diplomats error in the actions of the De partmental Promotion and Ten ure Committee, the college Promotions and Tenure Committee and the demurer of Dean Carmin." But, the committee said, al though Carmin notified Dr. Ferrill both verbally and in writing of his decision, neither Carmin or Ferrill notified White in writ ing of the matter. "THEREFORE," the statement read, the University Promotions and Tenure Committee recommends that the tenure appeal of Dr. White be upheld." The committee's recommen dation will go to Richard W. H Burkhardt, vice president for instructional affairs and dean of faculties, President John J, Pruis and the Board of Trustees, who will make the ultimate decision on White's tenure. Sherman emphasized that his committee studied only the procedures used in denying tenure to White, as the actual merits of the case and reasons behind Car-min's decision to deny tenure are beyond the jurisdiction of the committee. The committee's decision is, then, only a recommendation to Burkhardt, Pruis and the trustees. Dean Carmin thus far has refused to comment on his motives for suggesting White be denied tenure, as have members of the college Promotion and Tenure Committee. Other reports have said that White's classroom- teaching format and too-easy THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By The Associated Press High Low Pr. Albany, ties 46 1ft Albuquerque, cloudy 81 Amartllo, cloudy SI Anchorage, cloudy 32 Asheville, clear fift Atlanta, cloudy AH Birmingham, clear 71 Bismarck, cloudy 2 Botse, cloudy 63 Boston, cloudy fi Buffalo, clear 37 Charleston, cloudy 62 Charlotte, cloudy 64 Chicago, cloudy n Cincinnati, cloudy 62 Cleveland, cloudy 41 Denver, cloudy 75 Dea Molnei, clear 72 Detroit, cloudy SI Duluth, clear 37 Fairbanks, cloudy 22 Fort Worth, cloudy Hi Oreen Bay, cloudy 40 Helena, cloudy 66 Honolulu, cloudy Al Houston, cloudy SO Indianapolis, cloudy 63 Jacksonville, haze 72 Juneau, cloudv 42 Kansas City, cloudy 7(1 Little Rock, cloudy 72 Los Angeles, cloudy 71 Louisville, cloudy 6.1 Marquette, cloudy .12 Memphis, clesx 6 Miami, cloudy HI Milwaukee, haze Ah Mpls-st. Paul, cloudy .... 50 New Orleans, cloudy 70 New York, cloudy M Oklahoma City, cloudy ... AO Omaha, cloudy 74 Philadelphia, clear 5.1 Phoenix, cloudy 94 Pittsburgh, cloudy 54 Portland, Me., clear 46 Portland. Ore., ruin i Rapid City, cloudy 74 Richmond, cloudy M St. Louis, cloudy 69 Salt Lake, cloudy 70 San Diego, cloudy 76 San Fran., cloudy 64 Seattle, rain 60 Spokane, clear 60 42 Tampa, clear 77 62 Washington, eleex 64 CANADIAN CITIES: Edmonton, cloudy S2 Montreal, clear 33 Toronto, cloudy 32 Winnipeg, clear 28 43 3!) 12 2A 37 32 24 53 31 27 53 31 as 30 31) 35 .11 32 12 15 51 17 .02 30 69 55 32 62 .02 26 4.1 35 M 31 II 39 73 2n 20 M 32 39 .11 30 61 26 .12 51 .40 31 .10 40 4ft IS 57 .03 51 .72 33 27 21 2.1 4 More than 3.7 million fans watched Big Ten football teams in 1971. PAY. TO THK OHDKK OK r L BEARER 1 J DOLLARS Only On Chack Good on Each Purcha. No food on prior ptirtriwat. M Kegatiable Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday April 6-78-9 ' AS A CREDIT TO BE DEDUCTED FROM INITIAL PURCHASE OF MERCHANDISE FOR $200.00 OR MORE AS INDICATED BY ATTACHED LETTER. W. T. Grant Credit Dept. AUTHORIZED lONATUBt' FREMONT, Neb. (UPI) - The U.S. State Department came Eradine Drocess were in nii- under fire Wednesday for alle- pedly sacrificing the marketing of agricultural products aboard for the sake of diplomacy. B. H. Jones, spokesman for the National Livestock Feeders i Association of Omaha, charged during a house subcommittee hearing here the state department's approach to trade negoti- arions has been a "dismal fail-1 ure." i "The diplomatic approach atti-, tude of the state department has definitely carried over to the ad-, ministration and policy determinations of our embassies." Jones said, "and has often made it difficult for our agriculture attaches to work effective y in market development and product promotion activities." Roush Slill Backs Muskie HUNTINGTON, bid. (AP)-Rep. J, Edward RoiLsh, D-Ind one of the Indiana congressional delegation endorsing Sen. Edmund S. Muskie's presidential bid, said the outcome of primary elections would not change his view of Muskie's abilities. ! Roush said he still considered the Maine senator "one of the best legislators we've had on Capitol Hill." Muskie ran fourth in Tuesday's Wisconsin Democratic primary. Yorty Suspects Radical Vote LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Mayor Sam Yorty said Wednesday the results of the Wisconsin presidential primary show that radicals are using Sen. George Mc-Govern in an attempt to take over the Democratic Party. Yorty, now concentrating on seeking the California Democratic presidential nomination, was on the Wisconsin ballot but received less than 2,500 votes. He did no extensive campaigning in the state. tion, White also has refused to conv ment on the case. S If Ycu're Troubled j Avs by EMOTIONAL Problems and Don't Know Who to Call. TRY: Crisis 289-0104 24-Hour Service FISHER OIL li Services, Inc. Presents DEGREE DAYS Wednesday .... 26 Season to Date. .4991 Last Year to Date 5319 Average to Date. 5262 Mbir heating oil 1001 Burlington Phone 284-4401 Dear Grant Customers: The W. T. Grant Company periodically offers our customers a bonus for their valued patronage. The above check in the amount of $35.00 is for your use and will be applied toward the price of any major appliance, furniture, lawn mower or sporting goods that you purchase over $200.00. That's right! Any purchase over $200.00 in our appliance, furniture, lawn mower, or sporting goods departments. This offer is limited to 4 days only Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday April 6, 7, 8 and 9. Hurry, be among the many satisfied Customers to own the latest in modern appliances, beautiful furniture, 1972 model riding lawnmowers and the latest in sporting goods just in time for summer camping and sports activities. We sincerely hope we may be of service to you in this "Special Bonus Offer." Simply bring your $35.00 check to the store and our friendly sales people will be happy to show you our new, fresh merchandise at this big savings. Regards, F. Szymborski W. T. Grant Company Muncie Mall Muncie, Ind. 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