Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., July 25, 1974 Â· FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS torn MfJMMi. WMWM NM, yj, Otft. Senate Busing Compromise Faces House Fight DILLARD'S ILbwU-i "* f ~4X~* - 0Â«W i?L^Z1 Weather Forecast aWrm weather is forecast Thursday for most ol flic nation. Cooler weather Is ex- pectcrt for tlie Northeast, nortlicrn plains and Northwest. Showers arc forecast for (ho Southeast and from the Midwest to the lower Great Lakes. (AP Wirepholo) Â·'Â· Murder Trial Set \:,' LONOKE; Ark. CAP) -- The Â·Â·Â·trial of a Kentucky woman Â·_ charged with felony murder in the slaying of a Hazen patrol- man wilt be Nov. 5 in Lonoke County Circuit Court. A preliminary hearing for Essie Mae Willock, 19, of Louisville. Ky., will be Aug. 31. Two other young Kentucky WASHINGTON (AP) -- A Senate - aproved. compromise that would limit busing fo school desegregation (aces tough fight in the House, which is insisting on stronger curbs. ' "We will stand firm," Rep Joe D. Waggoner, D-La.. eader of busing oponenls said Wednesday after the Sen ate agreed, 81 to 15, to accep the compromise written into 25.2-billion education bill. The legislation is expected t be brought up in the House ea Iv next week. At that tim Waggoner will seek to have th bill sent back to conferenc with the Senate with instru tions to insist on the House a tibusing language. On Monday, the House by 261-122 vote reaffirmed its po tion that no pupil should bused beyond the second-closest school to his home. The compromise accepted by the Senate would allow busing past the second-closest school if a court considers it necessary to protect the rights of minority children. The 81-15 vote did not reflect the Senate's true feeling on busing. Only 15 minutes before that vote, senators rejected, 5542. an attempt to send the bill back to conference with instructions to accept the House provisions. One apparent reason for the House delay on consideration of the comromise is to see how the Supreme Court rules today In a key busing case. At issue is a Detroit case on whether a court may order busing across school district lines to promote desegregation. Although President Nixon was strongly opposed to t h e original Senate bill, whose busing curbs were strengthened in the compromise, he has not women were convicted last month in the shooting death of Morris Greenwalt, 51. They received life prison sentences. All of the women had escaped from a Kentucky prison. spoken publicly about the compromise. But if he should veto the bill, 146 House members have promised to support, him, enough to ensure the vetoed bill could not be come. law. jack winter PILL/VFIP 1 ! SCHOOL Fashion Excitement For Fall Jack Winter's wonderful wearing 100% texturized polyester. Newest collection of coordinates in luscious chocolate brown and tangerine colors. Super solid shades or mini-checks. Come in now and choose a paot-astic lallwardrohe. These are the polyester gadabouts to put zest into your sporting life. You'll love the good lines, the good looks, the reasonable prices. Sizes 8 to 18. A. .Trio coordinates in solid colors. Shirt jacket with contrasting stitching $33 Multi-Check long sleeve s h i r t . . $20 Pull-On Pants $19 B. Mini-Checked trio Mini-Check Sweater Vest $18 Long sleeve ribbed turtle neck $17 Mini-Check Pull-On Pants $20 Better Sportswear--DILLARD'S-Second Floor fysterizei: \SÂ£auigrmfi-*i-*TMi= Ba Dual Range 10-Speed Blender Grig. 29.95 SAVE 9.96 19 Dual range Oster 10 speed blender has powerful 960 watt motor. Four-cycle speed button positions and six continuous speeds. Huge 5-cup glass container opens at either end for easy cleaning. Choose from Harvest Gold or Avocado. Enjoy experimenting with recipe Book included. Oslerizer container opens at both ends. Solid foods empty out thn boUom after blending; tftjuids pour out the top. Versatile and easy to clean. Ali containers have pouring lips, tapered culling wells, Sure- Grip hardies anJ are lezlblv marked lor measuring. Seal-Tile Covers with removable measuring caps- Stainless steel cutting blades, Unirue Grip-Tit* swt scnr-* container to su: Â· o - . . ron! Â·' Â· Â· won't lip. Rugged juoior blends the heaviest of bailers. EVERYBODY LOVES THE COFFEE MR.CÂ©FFEE~ MAKES For Home or Office! Open Monday Through Saturday 10 a.m. Until 9 p.m. Drip Coffee Brewer 39 Mr. CoffeeTM makes the kind of coffee you've always wanted to make. Restaurant style coffee. Drip made and made fast. Faster than any other coffee maker. A full ten cup decanter in less than five minutes. Never bitter. Always better. Because it's never boiled. Mr. Coffee is never a mess to clean either, because the filters are disposable- Housewares--DILLARD'S--Second Floor Open Monday Through Saturday 10 a.m. Until 9 p.m.
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