State College Daily Collegian in State-College, Pennsylvania
30 Apr 1973

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30 Apr 1973

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State College Daily Collegian (Newspaper) - April 30, 1973, State College, PennsylvaniaA new scope Arab rights expand Jerusalem a Israel has decided to expand the civil rights of its 366,000 Arab citizens in a move to Reward the Israel Arab Community for its loyalty to the jewish state in the past 25 years. Sources close to the government said it has decided to admit several thousand israeli arabs to responsible civil service jobs to have political parties open their doors to Arab members and to release Large tracts of moslem owned land seized by Israel after it became a state in 1948. Israeli arabs Are those who did not flee during the 1948 Arab israeli War but stayed and became israeli citizens. Apart from a few Hundred who have joined in spy and sabotage acts against Israel the vast majority have shown allegiance to the jewish state during 25 years of War against the neighbouring Arab world. Now israeli arabs complain that this faithfulness is being ignored. Fri head starts Job Washington a William d. Ruckelshaus plans to take Over As acting Fri director today with the intention of pursuing All leads to turned up by. The grand jury investigating the watergate bugging raid an aide says. Press aide Jack Conmy told a newsman Over the weekend that Ruckelshaus a is not simply going to be a caretaker director a although he told president Nixon that he would serve Only temporarily perhaps for two months. Conmy said Ruckelshaus feels the Fri must a run Down All leads turned up by the grand jury in the watergate Case which led to the abrupt resignation last Friday of acting Fri director l. Patrick Gray Iii. Ruckelshaus head of the environmental Protection Agency was appointed to the Post less than two hours after Gray a resignation. Asked whether Ruckelshaus will assume personal responsibility for the watergate investigation Conmy said a the will be up to his neck in flood Levels drop flood Levels on parts of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers dropped yesterday but More than 10 million acres of land remained under water and thousands of families were still out of their Homes. The Mississippi River reached its Crest or highest flood stage at st. Louis and the National weather service said it a is beginning to fall slowly at that Point. The River was still 13 feet above its flood stage at st. Louis and the weather service said it would be May 13 or 14 before it Falls below flood Levels if there is no More appreciable rainfall. But along the Mississippi a 1,500-mile length More than 10 million of acres of land much of it prime Farmland remained flooded. Even without More rain it will take weeks for the Waters to recede. The disaster claimed another victim yesterday. A 14-year-old girl died in a st. Lpuis Hospital from injuries she received when she fell from a Sand truck during sandbagging operations at Ste. Genevieve to. Hers was the 11th death attributed to the flood. Indian talks stalled wounded knee . An anticipated meeting Between the governments chief negotiator and leaders of Indian militants occupying wounded knee failed to come off yesterday. A Federal spokesman said the government is losing patience with the insurgents. A i think the clock is running out on How Long the government will exercise patience and restraint in this manner a Interior department solicitor Kent Frizzell said after the indians called off the planned meeting. Sources close to the government officials have said for several Days that the government would make one last attempt to negotiate before resorting to Force. Frizzell said he hoped to meet with the american Indian movement leaders this afternoon to resume negotiations in the 63-Day siege. He said he believes that if a negotiated settlement is not obtained in the near future the government will conclude that the occupation Force is not interested in a peaceful Resolution of the armed stalemate. Budget vote sought Harrisburg a House Republican leaders plan to seek a vote this week on their $3.5 billion budget proposal despite democratic protests that there has not been enough time to study it. House appropriations committee chairman h. Jack Seltzer a Lebanon scheduled a committee vote today to sent the budget to the floor. Seltzer introduced the budget proposal a $85 million below gov. Shapps request a last week. Although a handful of gop leaders saw the document before its introduction Seltzer said the entire Republican caucus was behind it. _ House republicans outnumber democrats by a 107 to 84 margin. A acting upon the budget less than a week after it was distributed to House members reflects the Republican Point of View that the minority can add no intelligent input to the considerations a according to democratic floor Leader Herbert Fineman. Directors Back doctor Polk a. A the directors of the Polk state school and Hospital with one exception have voiced their support of the institutions ousted superintendent. The weekend meeting was the first since the firing of or. James h. Mcclelland by state welfare Secretary Helene Wohlgemuth following an inspection of the institution earlier this month the Lone dissenter was George Scanlon appointed to the Board by gov. Shapp who said he understand Why such a fuss was being made Over Mcclelland a dismissal. Wohlgemuth ordered the superintendent to step Down after she toured the institution with members of the Pennsylvania association for retarded children and found some patients held in Large wooden pens. In a letter read to Board members by Deputy welfare Secretary Norman Taylor Wohlgemuth apologized for not consulting with them before taking action. A Good feeling to know Poco in concert sunday May 6 2 . At intramural Fields next to Beaver stadium free in Case of rain concert to be held in rec Hall in which Case tickets will be required. Free tickets 1 per student with matric card available tues. At Hub while they , a Good feeling presented by University concert committee animal show picks winners by Terry Walker collegian staff writer the Penn state chapter of the Block and bridle club held its 56th Little International livestock exposition saturday in the ice Pavilion. The animals shown included sheep Swine beef cattle and horses All University owned livestock. The animals were divided according to species and class. Class winners competed for the Champion fitter and Champion showman awards of their divisions. Division winners then competed for the grand Champion showman award. This years grand Champion showman was Charles Porter 9th-animal science who placed first in the Swine and beef cattle classes. In the sheep division the Champion fitter was Cyndy Swingle 9th-animal science and the the Champion showman was Susan Rook 6th-biology. In the Swine classes the Champion fitter was Michael Sekerak 3rd-agriculture and the Cham the daily collegian Pion showman was Charles Porter. In the beef cattle division the Champion fitter was Bill Mcallister i2th-animal Industry and the Champion showman was Charles Porter. In the horse division Mary Lou Altman won both Champion fitter and showman. The winners and their families were honoured at a banquet saturday night where several Hundred dollars Worth of prizes and scholarships were awarded. Monday april 30, j973�?3 Dick Pruitt i2th-animal science this years show manager explained the basis on which awards were presented. A showmanship is a persons ability to present an animal in the ring to make him look As Ideal As possible a he said. A fitting is grooming really. The purpose is to make the animal As attractive As possible a Pruitt added. He said students in All majors participated in the Little International. Record ranch 10 it. Underground at 232 e. College ave. Mckibing Dia tog a saturday lathe Park state with. Murwon Beautiful Day. Today Chicago i v Argent. In deep Johnny Winter. Still alive amp Well Donovan. Cosmic wheels o jays. In Philadelphia All 598 Santana All 598 Taj mahal Loudon Wainwright. Album Iii $059 san tuna k Aram Wrai i a the to of the Urve a Lafuente Dei Ritmo j future prom True Rafn Samahon Loo up to see wan Conwy Down Donovan cosmic wheels i Littou Tow music makers $039 Boz Scaggs. My time barbra Streisand. Live at forum Kris Kristopher on. Border lord Billy Paul. 360 degrees Paul Simon Simon amp Garfunkle. Bridge Over troubled Waters West. Bruce amp. 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