Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 3, 1974 · Page 7
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October 3, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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NorlhwMt Arkansas TIMES, Thurj., Oct. 3, 1974 FAVITTEVIM-E, A R K A N S A S · 7 Penney Days Sales Prices Effective thru Sat., Oct. 5 Rockwell 10" Motorized Saw Self Aligning Rip Fence with Up Front Controls Fully Enclosed Orlve r Mechanism Sealed Ball Bearing Construction "Finger-Tip" Blade Adjustment Controls Cross Cuts Stock 3Vt" Thick Save $50 Reg. 269.00 Sole 219.99 Rockwell Motorized MITRE BOX Reg. 219.99 Sale 179 99 Rockwell 10" Contractors Saw Package Reg. 229.99 Sale 249 99 DeWalt 10" Arm Saw Package Reg. 229.99 Sale 199 99 Rockwell Delta inter · Lubfteated-For-Ufe Bait Beefing Outtsrtmd · DoMbte-Tm Fence · Independently Adjustable Front, Rear Tables · Jointer Comes With Stand, V-Be*, Motor Pulley ONLY $134 Keg. 164.99 Save 25% on selected oower tools for home or shop. Sale 33.69 Reg. 44.99. 7V" double insulated 2 HP circular saw. Features ball bearing construction, rear blade exposure control and security switch. 5200rpm. Bladeand wrench included. Reg. 29.99. V double Insulated variable speed reversible drIH. 3.0 amp motor; 11,000 rpm. Speed-Loc pre-sets driH at any speed. Sale prices effective thru Saturday, October 5th. Like it? Charge it. Use your JCPenney charge account. Cheek oureveryday low prices on hard-to- flnd size in the JCPenney catalog. Sale 25.99 Reg. 34.99. Double insutated dual action sender. For straight lines and orbital sanding; 2.5 amp motor delivers 4000 orbits or 8000 straight line strokes per minute. Bafl bearing construction. 20% off al sleeping bags 20% off all national brand tennis rackets - ·-~***t+ jU **M.i**«^ :t ^ ^_ ^^^^ 3aye$3 onmtenoi; $4 on ex tenor Save $5. Reg. 23.99. Sale 1 18.99 Save $6 Reg. M.99- Safe 2339. Tapered steeping bag .Bog. 7.89 gal. One Coat exterior latex · Resists mHdew and chalking * Non-yell owing · Covers previously painted surfaces in just one coat "· Stain and fade resistant · Available in many ready-mixed colors * Hands and tools clean up wtth soap and .water. ·,,-.'..«. teg. 6.99 gal. One Coat acrylic flat interior latex · Applies easBywtm brush or roller · Covers previously painted surfaces in one coat · Dr ,* a 90ft, velvet eheen · Available In many ready-mixed colors. jhte prfcM effaefre thru Saturday. Poncho Gonzoles and Rosemary Casuals Prize Cup. Spalding Wood Racket. 4 1 / 2 "m 41/2 Long. Reg. 9.99...,,.,,. NOW 7.99 Stan Smith Slammer-Billie Jean King Racket 4'/2 and 4 5 /s Only Triumph Wilson Wood Reg. 12.99 NowlO.39 Jack Kramer-Chris Evert Personal Wilson Wood Racket Reg. 22.99....... . . . . . . NOW 18.39 Wilson T2000 Steel Racket Reg. 34.99 NOW 27.99 Wilson T3000 Steel Racket Reg, 39.99 , NOW 31.99 steeping teg featves soft flannel' fining, treated w«h Site Dacronsaepotjester fitting. Nylon sheH steeping »®«Bng,AlliJpstop nylon construction, fun zipper. Staff bag included. Comes In assorted cofofs. Great for bacfcpaeMng filling. Save $6, Reg. 28.99. Sale 22.99. Save 3.89 Reg. 17.88, Sale 13.99 For the big mare extra long nylon steeping bag insulated with 3 Ibs. Daoron 88® polyester filling. Fiffl 110" zipper. Complete with headpiece. Save 3.22 Reg. 15.99. Sals 12.7? Sleeping bag has printed cotton shell with nylon lining. Insulated with 3 Ihs. pofyester filling. Red, white, blue cotton steeping bag with ndvesterWting, Eisele Praises New School Regulations LITTKE ROOK '(AP) Judge G. Thomas Eisela of U.S. Dislrict Court commended the North Little Rook School Board. and school officials Tuesday for their new regulations governing suspensions and expulsions of students. · Eisela suggested a few ·· changes, though. John W. Walker of Etttle: Rock, attorney for seven black students suspended after a ra-' cial disturbance at North Little ' Hock Northeast High School : Sept. 13, filed a suit Sept. 19 ' alleging that the regulations under which his clients had been ( s u s p e n d e d wore uncon- ' stitutional. Walker said the regulations did not provide the right to duo process and Were administered in a racially dis- · criminatory manner. ' On t h a t same day, Gary P. . Barket, attorney for one of the ". white students suspended after the incident, filed a lawsuit . making essentially the same . argument as Walker without the allegation of racial dis-. ori mi nation. Eisele saltl after a hearing on tha suits last week that the e x i s t i n g procedures under which the eight students had been suspended were clearly in- adquate. He gave North Kittle . Rock school officials until last Friday to promulgate regu-- lations meeting constitutional standards. Eisele said Tuesday he thought the new rules were "far superior to any existing in the state at tha present time." However, he suggested that suspensions that lasted more than 10 school days might receive tha same review as expulsions. The new rules provide thai !( a suspension exceeds four '· school days, ft will bs za- viewed, at tha parent's request, by the assistant superintendent for student affairs. In cases of expulsions, a student's, parent must receive notice under the new rules that a . recommendation has been made to the board to expel him. The notice is to include the reasons for the recommendation and when the board jvill aonsider it. At the hearing, the superintendent "may present" evidence and the student may present witnesses and evidence in his own behalf, the new regulations say. Eisele suggested that the notice of the expulsion recommendation also should be sent to I the student because he said, in some cases, the parents might be indifferent. He also suggested that the wording in the regulations be changed to reflect that the superintendent not only "may present" evidence but actually must present evidenca to support an expulsion recommendation. The judge suggested that the student should not be told of only the reasons for the expulsion recommendation but also the. wit nesses and evidence that will be presented against him. Pills Said To Increase Risk Of Birth Delects ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -- · Women who become pregnant while taking birth control pills have a greater chance than oih- ] cr women of bearing children with birth defects, according to a State Health Department study. The study said synthetic hormones in the pills, as well as in certain pregnancy tests, may cause the birth defects. The department said further investigation is needed before any f i r m recommendations can be made about the birth control pills. However, the department said the so called "in vivo" pregnancy test should be abandoned. In that test, a physician administers a hormone to a woman to try to cause menstruation. The department said acceptable alternatives are available. Dr. Dwight Jancrich. director of epidemiology and population genetics for the department, reported his findings in the pct.3 edition of The New England Journal of Medicine. FOUR-DAY WEEK SUFFERS SETBACK DETROIT (AP)-- The four- day week has suffered a setback at a Chrysler Corp. parts depot, the United Auto Workers union says. Workers at the Tappan, N.Y., ricpot voted to discontinue the union-negotiated experiment, which began July 15, the UAW . said Tuesday. Their reasons included dissatisfaction with new work practices and rotation of job assignments. Workers also complained the 10-hour day didn't give the men enough time with their families and said the return of children to school restricted weekend activities. The 60-day pilot program was expected to have far-reaching implications for the entire auto . industry, a UAW spokesman said. He said half the 120 workers worked from Monday through' Thursday and the remainder. from TuowUy tivou«h i'r«k)f,

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