Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 13, 1973 · Page 20
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 13, 1973
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.6 ,111. Wednesday, June 13. 1 WASHINGTON (UPI) A U.S. Court of Appeals Tuesday barred federal funds to elementary and secondary schools comply with federal desegregation standards. The eight-judge appeals panel said Judge Pratt's order was "unassailable" as to the schools -throughout much of the countrylbut that the college level • ^ \ 4 X unless they desegregate. The appeals court also gave public colleges in 10 states another 10 months to end racial segregation before the government must start action to cut off their federal aid. The decisions — upholding lower court rulings—were made Tuesday by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District Columbia. Begin Cut Off On Feb. 16, U.S. District Judge John S. Pratt ruled that the Department of Health, Education and Welfare must begin proceedings to cut off federal funds to both public schools and institutions of higher education which do not that the college institutions need more time to comply. it .. Wc are mindful that gregation problems in colleges and universities differ widely from those in elementary and secondary schools and that HEW admittedly lacks experience in dealing with them," the court said. It said HEW "must carefully assess the significance of a variety of new factors as it moves into an unaccustomed area." are in Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Virginia. The schools in question are more than 200 school systems located in some of these same states plus Delaware, Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia. In New York, Jack Green- director-counsel of the Legal Defense Fund, applauded the ruling and said it means that what he called a ''political determination" by the Nixon administration not to enforce the ban on federal funds to segregated schools has been overruled by the courts. "This ought to mean that the pace of school desegregation will begin to pick up" he said. i Lobster Clause Though 10-pound lobsters once were common in New England, the 1870s catches were averaging 2% to 3 pounds, necessitating laws setting minimum sizes that could be taken. PLAYBOY'S GIFTS FOR A There's a Playboy in your Life Who's looking these gifts! / / / A - \ + f The sign of the rabbit spell fun and games for all the boys . .. the Playboys who answers to Dad on June 17, and the business world newcomers who is just graduating! Choose these gifts, ready for summer fun, for the new bachelor pad or the bar in the basement. Clip This Coupon and Save h Hi n H _ • T . 4 Here Is What We Full oil change, up ot 5 qts. New Autolite Filter Full Chassis Lubrication Valvolino or Penzoil Oil All Labor Included Premium oil add $1.00 t \ Coupon Expires 6-30-73 - r Clip This Coupon and Save Here Is What We Adjust and Balance Carburetor Set Timing Set Points Install Plugs, Points, Condenser Check Fuel and Air Filter Check Belts and Hoses All Labor Included SPLITTING HARES: Coupon Expires 6-30-73 * 6 cyl autos •6-Cyl. Auto 8-Cylinder Auio $2.00 Extra Includes all labor Plus Parts Playboy Cheerleader Doll .... ~ $ 12. PLAYBOY PLACKET KNIT SHIRTS white, red, blue and gold 10.00 s, m, I, xl : PLAYBOY-T-SHIRT in heather/black or whita/navy, s, m, I, xi - _ '4.00 This Coupon and Save ) A Here !$ What We Set Toe Set Camber Set Caster All Labor Included Air Cond. Can $2,00 Extra Coupon Expires 6-30-73 Clip This Coupon and Save GOODYEAR ime Guarantee Replaced Free as Long as You Own Your Car Double Auction Expert Installation Available Installation $3.00 Each Coupon Expires 6-30-73 For his Liquid assets: 4-pc. Coctail for two set $6,00 Set of 8 glass 7 oz. $5.00 Set of 8 glasses 12 oz. $6,50 Rocks glasses 8 oz. each $1.00 Aluminum Tankard $2.00 Club Mug $2.50 ft GOODYEAR TIRE Owned and Operated By GOMEZ TIRE CENTER. INC. 536 E. Main 342*3197 t\ r- MAIN SEMINARY

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