Tuesday, January 16, 1973
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TO ALL YOU STUDENTS WHO HAVE
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PETITION TO BE A SENIOR OFFICER OF
THE UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER
Petitioning open Jan. 15 through
4:30 Jan. 26 at the UAC of fice,
2nd Floor, Michigan Union.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Supreme Court
TUESDAY, JANUARY 16
LSA Coffee Hour: Romance Lan-
guages. 4310 MLB, 3 pm.
Advisory Comm. on Recreation. In-
tramural & Clhjb Sports Meeting: 1st
1. Conf. Rm., Crisler Arena. 3:30 pm.
Physics Seminer: J. Gardner, Univ.
of Pa., "The Rise & Fall of Magnetism
in Metallic d-Shells," P&A Colloq. Rm.,
PESC, OSSP, LSA Student Gov't:
State of the University Debate, "The
University and Social Change" Nat.
Sci. Aud., 7:30 pm.
Music School:, Schubert's "Die Win-
terreise" Ralph Herbert, baritone; Paul
Boylan, piano, Rackham Aud., 8 pm.
Rive Gauche: Spanish language
night, 1024 Hill St., 9 pm.
Engineering Job-Hunting Seminar: I.
C. Pfeiffer of I.B.M., "Where To From
State U?" 311 W. Engin. Bldg., Wed.,
Jan. 17, 4& 7 pm.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
UNITED AIR LINES INC. Announce-
rnent: Extensive Stewardess/Steward
recruitment program - more than
1,000 trainees will be selected between
now & end of March, 1973. Informa-
tion sheets describing the position
available in this office.
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE:
Financial grants for Jewish residents of
Cook County. Ill. to enable graduate
work. in law, medicine, social work,
psychology, rehabil. or vocational
counseling, dentistry, & undergraduate
work in health fields available through
the Levie Educational Fund. Check for
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN LABOR
RELATIONS: Offered at U. of Mass for
employment with labor unions & gov't
DEPARTMENT OF HEW: Brochures
available in this office describing Man-
agement Intern Prog. which begins in
July. Candidates enter at GS-7 to 9
level & are eligible for promotion to
GS-9-11 after 1 yr.
B DEGREES INTERESTED IN RE-
GIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING:
So. Col. Economic Development Dis-
trict (SCEDD), affiliated with S. Col.
State College,'seeking 9 Interns from
minority ethnic groups for 18/mo Mas-
ter's degree work-study program. Sti-
pend & academic expenses.
cross district busing in Richmond
WASHINGTON (') - T h e Su-
preme Court yesterday agreed to
rule on the consolidation of most-
lv black urban schools with ad-
joining white suburban systems.
The test case accepted for re-
views comes from Richmond,
Va., where a federal judge order-
ed the schools combined but was
reversed by an appeals court.
The justices have never ruled
on the precise question of whe-
ther judges may have children
bused across school district lines
and merge school systems in or-
der to accomplish desegregation.
Similar lawsuits are pending in
Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Hart-
ford, Indianapolis, Louisville,
Wilmington, Del., and in o t h e r
cities, North and South.
In other action, the c o u r t
granted the government a hear-
ing in a pollution suit brought
successfully by four environment-
al groups to protect the quality
of air over about 80 per cent
of the nation.
The lower courts have held that
the Environmental Protection
Agency may not approve any
state antipollution plans that al-
low clear air to deteriorate.
The EPA and William Ruckels-
haus, the administrator, claimed
authority to approve any s t a t e
plans that met the federal stan-
dards even if the plan allowed
clean air to deteriorate to t h a t
Prohibitions against air quality
deterioration would be tanta-
mount to baring all industrial
and population growth in r u r a 1
areas, an objective Congress nev-
er intended, according to Ruck-
In other actions the Supreme
-Agreed to review a 1971 New
York law requiring people who
receive federal welfare aid to
register with the state for work.
A three-judge panel in Buffalo
ruled last July that since federal
law is supreme over state law,
the New York program could not
be applied to recipients of Aid
to Families with Dependent Chill-
dren. State and Onondaga County
officials are appealing for a re-
-Rejected without dissent an
appeal by Mayor Alfonso Cerv-
antes of St. Louis opposing dis-
missal of a $12-million libel suit
against Life magazine and report-
er Denny Walsh. The mayor con-
tended he was libeled in a 1971
article that said he had "business
and personal ties with the gang-
sters that operate in his city."
-Struck down unanimously a
Rhode Island law that permitted
creditors to seize property to sat-
isfy debts with no judicial hear-
Vaticangives diplom ic
slap in the face' to Meir
VATICAN CITY - Premier flew here from Paris after attend-
Golda Meir had an hour's talk with ing an international Socialist con-
Pope Paul VI here yesterday and ference.
the Vatican announced later that Vatican policy toward Jerusa-
the pontiff remains firm in his lem, wholly controlled by Israel
stands on the Middle East, the since the 1967 Middle East war,
plight of Palestine refugees and is that it should be an interna-
1 holy places in Jerusalem. tional city tosfeguard holy sites
organizational meegfg O
Soviet Jewry committee
Tuesday, January 16
7:30 p.m. at Hillel,
A communique on the meeting
observed that the Vatican has
warm relations with the Arab
world and is concerned about
"weak and defenseless" Palestin-
ians who were made homeless
when Israel became a nation in
Some experts regarded the com-
munique as a "diplomatic slap in
the face" for Israel. The commu-
nique stressed that the Israeli pre-
mier was granted an audience with
the Pope on her own initiative. She
sacred to Christians and Moslems
as well as Jews. A Vatican press
spokesman Federico Alessandrini,
said this stance still holds.
Later the spokesman said in a
simply worded statement that the
visit was not a "preferential or ex-
clusive" gesture by the Pope.
Observers believed the Vatican
was concerned that Arab states, in
which there are ancient minority
Christian communities, might mis-
understand the purpose of the
Pope's audience with Meir.
from the Crowd
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