Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 2, 1972 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, September 2, 1972
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Powell ruling setback for school busing foes Alton Evening Telegraph Saturday, September 2, 1972 B-3 WASHINGTON (AP) - A ruling by Supreme Court Justice Lewis P. Powell has undermined Congress' latest attempt to halt court-ordered busing in school desegregation cases. Powell Friday held that a recently enacted law, designed to prevent desegregation plans from going into effect until all appeals have been exhausted, has only narrow application. It specifically does not balance is involved. apply to Augusta, Ga., said "It does not purport to education bill enacted in July. It states that desegregaton orders for the purpose of achieving a racial balance among students shall not take effect while any appeal is pending. Powell drew a distinction between busing to achieve racial balance and busing to overcome unlawful school segregation and said the provision applies only where an attempt to achieve racial Powell in refusing a request from parents in that city for a stay of a lower court order requiring the desegregation of 29 elementary schools. The decision, hailed by civil rights leaders, is expected to spur efforts by anti-busing forces in the Senate to pass a bill that would greatly retrict the power of the courts to issue busing orders. The bill passed the House Aug. 17. Powell's opinion dealt with ft provision in a massive block all desegregation orders which require the transportation of students," he said. "If Congress had desired to stay all such orders it could liavo used clear and explicit language appropriate to that result." When the amendment was before the House it was described by its supporters as legislation that would halt all new busing orders and any others on which the Supreme Court has not yet ruled. Final drait call oi 72 is announced WASHINGTON (AP) — The Selective Service has announced the final military draft call for 1972 and it could be the last for the foreseeable future. Some 15,900 men will be drafted during the October- December period. None will be sent to Vietnam unless they volunteer. The callup will put the year's draft total at about 50.000, the lowest in 10 years. The final draft lottery ceiling is 95 this year, which offcials said means that three-fourths of the young men who faced induction this year will not. be called. The number raeched 125 in 1971. Included in the latest group will be prime draft candidates classified as 1A or 1AO. A Selective Service official said all those with numbers 95 and below who do not have exemptions or deferments can expect to get draft notices before mid-November. Illinois Democratic Party candidates meet with Sen. Tom Eagleton, second from right, at Carbondale, Thursday. The candidates arc, from left, attorney general candidate Tom Lyons, It. gubernatorial can- didate Neil Hartigan, Senatorial candidate Roman Pucinski and Dan Walker, the nominee for governor. WHY WAITT U5I YOU! KfMrt CMDIT CAID OI MAS Tit CHAROC OPEN DAILY * * 11 -7 llfl lUN.-MON. ONLY SUN. 11-7; MON. .(LABOR DAY) 9:30-5 Mist-Tone Suntone Brown Mist* *+ Tripod Socket Mfc [iit'O 'NYLON PANTY HOSE Reg. 1.86-2 Days Stalely extra-fall. Stretch.Charge it. 20 PLASTIC TUMBLERS Reg. 48'-2 Days _^ Disposable. Twenty', *^^^^ 9-oz. or 10-oz. Master *FOCAL HAND TELESCOPE Reg. 8.88-2 Days SOmmiobjective lens. 20 magnifying 'power'.* *• „ 7x35MM BINOCULAR Reg. 19.88-2 Days For vacation. Case included. WOOD EXPANDO RACK 16 CRAY (HAS© Reg.24«-2Days 16 brilliant colors. Non-toxic.. Save. NUMBER PAINT SET Reg, 2.44-2 Days 2 panels, 22 oil colors, 2 brushes. Save. Gold Avocado Blue Pink 72x90" BLANKET Reg. 3.76 -2 Days Polyester with 4'" nylon binding. LIGHTING I IXTURE Reg. 14.88 Fluorescent. Two, j 40W bulbs. Days SEE 'N SAY TOYS Reg. 6.17-2 Days Talking toys for happy learning! * Reg. 95c — 2 Days Hangs behind doors, also in closets. MASTERT.OCKS Reg. 1.94-2.16 Combination lock or bicycle lock. 2 Days CHA9R RE-DO KIT Reg. 2.97 Ea. For 3 /4"-l" chairs. Heavy-gauge vinyl.* * •With Hordwarp ^ .•&** 2 LIGHT BULBS Reg. 48<~2 Days Inside frosted. 60,75orlOOW. MELAMINE SET Reg. 13.97-2 Days 45-pc. Dishwasher- safe. 6 styles. 4 5-OZ. PUDDINGS Reg. 54<~2 Days M§ M§ Mm Jfm £ Chocolate or va- ^BMIflH^B nilla. 20-oz. * «• • PERMANENT PRESS I W ttMIM IiaUUT I 21x36" BATH SET 'Reg. 4.66-2 Days Polyester / nylon ,iug, lid cover. KNITTING YARN Reg. 1.33*2 Days Polyester/acrylic. 4oz.,4-ply. '*' FLANNELETTE FABRIC Reg.77«-2Days 44/45". No-iron co ton/polyesteV. GLASS OVENWARE Reg.1.27-1.37 Casserole, cake, utility or loaf dish. 3 MUSKETEERS CHOCOLATE J3 FUN-SIZE BARS Reg. 77' 2 Days Choice of 3 kinds. •Mb! bagful. •N«t Wt. i /// *s> 21x34" RAYON RUG Reg. 97' 2 Days F.ringed. Latex back. 8 colors. PATIO PUSH BROOM Reg.1.24-2 Days Plastic. Avocado or gold. Savel 20-LB. CHARCOAL Reg. 1.17 —2 Day* For grills and fireplaces. TRASH CAN LINERS Reg. 68'-2 Days 12. Plastic. Fit 20- 30-gai. cans. |^^^<^5^^^ W$@^?l&fiW' ^^vff^F CARAMEL CORN Reg. 48 s -2 Days With peanuts. 1- Jb. K marf*brand. BELLEVILLE 7400 Old St. Louii Rood Route i 3 at South /4ih St.) COLLINSVILLE 9525 Collinsville Roac| (Route <0 Near 1571 WOOD RIVER 1901 Edwardsville Rodd (Route 143 Near III) Drivers charged in 2-car crash Both drivers were charged by police following a two-car accident on Rte. 3 in East Alton Friday afternoon. Police said cars driven hy Victor • Hatfield, 23, 395 Ridgeway, Cottage Hills, and Danny Crossfield, 34, 111 Manner, East Alton, were northbound on the highway at the time of the accident. Ilatfield, in the left lane, was behind an unidentified car which stopped suddenly, and he swerved into the side of Crossfield's car in the right lane. Hatfield was charged with driving on a restricted driver's license and Crossfield with improper lane usage. In another incident, a burglary of food was reported Friday morning at th;; Country Gardens Store, on Airline Drive at 9th St. Own'!." Darrel Bryant told police he had closed up about 10:30 Thursday night. Entry to the building was through a rear door. Canned goods and meat were taken, Bryant said. Patient is arrested for shoplifting A 19-year-old runaway frcm Alton State Hospital was returned there Friday by East Alton police after her arrest in that town for shopliftiiii; at the Arlan's store. Sally Lou Rhoades, 102 E. Elm, Hartford, was seen by a security guard at the store putting a blouse and pair of slacks into a grocery ba'.^, then into her car. She was arrested an'l charged with theft under S1SO. A routine check through the state police computer in Springfield turned up a report that she had been missin,' from the hospital since \u&. 10. After processing on 'he theft charges, she was returned to the state hospital. Arlan's \ allied the items taken at $10.99 fur the slacks and SL'.'J!) for the blou.M 1 . Two rescued from ear in river OHFCON. 111. (AP) - An alert Illinois state trooper and a Milan Iruck driver combined efforts Friday night to pull a KoL-kford eopule out of their far \\lm-h had tumbled into the Kovk Uiver. Trooper Itichard Cass of Lanark .-aid he was following the auto i>f Clark Johnson, 64, and ii:s 60-year-old wife, Agiu'.v when the vehicle left ll!iini!> :'. rlimbed as em- baiiknviH and cascaded into the river Cass said he flagged down a truck driven by Paul Lee of Milan I.t-o t:evl one end of a rope around his waist while Cass aiKli'.HYd the rope Lee then dove into the chilly water to five the rou pie from the submerged auto. The ample was treated and released from an area clinic. A

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