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for first
time in
120 years
From AP and UP
COUGAR, Wash. - Stirring to life for
the first time in more than 120 years,
Mount St. Helens throbbed with ex-
plosions and belched gas and volcanic
ash four miles high yesterday as mud-
slides and avalanches scarred its snow-
covered slopes.
Plumes of steam and gas were blown
as high as 20,000 feet over the mountain.
Brownish-gray ash spread from the
northern snowfields of the 9,677-foot
peak to an area on its southeast face
and the rotten-egg odor of sulfur hung
in the air around the peak.
"THE MOUNTAIN continues to boil
around," said Sam Frear, spokesman
for the U.S. FOrest Service in Van-
couver, Washington. "What's hap-
pening is that explosions and eruptions
that vary in intensity and duration -
sometimes lasting a minute, sometimes
45 minutes - are issuing from the new
crater near the summit."
Dens clouds shrouded the volcano
most of the day, bedeviling scientists
who were trying to determine what was
Sporadic, moderate earthquakes
continued and several large fissures cut
across the summit around the new
"THE MOUNTAIN, with all these
new cracks and holes, is getting awfully
hot," said Joel Aggergaard of the state
Department of Emergency Services.
A crater originally described as 250
feet by 200 feet was formed Thursday
when the mountain roared to life for the
first time since 1857. The crate was
enlarging as its sides continued to
heave and crumble, but the bad
weather prevented exact
measurement, Frear said.
Lawenforcement officials, fearful of
more violent volcanic activity, ordered
observers to move farther down the
mountain and warned nearby residents
to be prepared for possible evacuation.
BUT HARRY TRUMAN, 83, operator
of the St. Helens Lodge high on the
mountain, refused to leave.
"That mountain just doesn't dare
blow up on me," Truman said.
"Anyway, I've got a secret place up
here on high ground where I hid a grub
stake and two kegs of whiskey, and
there's no way I'm going anywhere."
Authorities said he was unlikely to be
in danger because of the lodge's
location, but the road could be cut off
and he could be left isolated.
Daily Official Bulletin
FEDERAL INTERNSHIP: Outdoor Recreation
Technician, assist in the coordination of the policy
updates for the management of the National Wildlife
Refuge System. Requirements: Muht be returning to
school in the fall. Must have completed sophomore
year as a minimum. Grad student preferred. See
vicki Lawrence, 3200 SAB, for details and ap-
plication materials. Deadline: April 9.
THE INN ON MACKINAC, Mackinac Island, MI.
All types of positions in the hospitality industry. Sign

up now for interviews on April 2.
OHIO EASTER SEALS CAMP. Still has openings
for males in camp for handicapped children. Sign up
beginning April 1 for interviews on April 7.
camp positions. Sign up beginning April 1 for inter-
views on April 8. Work-study funds available.
CAMP TAMARACK, Ortonville and Brighton, MI.
All types of camp positions. Sign up beginning April 1
for interviews on April 9.
CAMP NATCHEZ, West Copake, NY. All types of
camp positions. Sign up beginning April 1 for inter-
views on April 10.
CAMP TANUGA, Kalkaska, MI. All types of camp
positions. sign up beginning April 1 for interviews on
April 11.
SIGN UP PROCEDURES: On Tuesdays, you may
come to Room 3529 SAB and sign up in person to in-
terview with organizations scheduled to visit during
the following week. Beginning on Wednesdays and
continuing throughout the week you may sign up in
person or by phone. Call 764-7456.
For more details about these organizations and
others offering summer employment, check the in-
formation in the Summer Jobs section of Career
Planning and Placement, 3200 SAB.

Carter criticizes Mobil
WASHINGTON - President Carter rebuked Mobil Oil Corp. yesterday
for disregarding his voluntary wage-price guidelines and for what he called
the company's refusal to refund.$45 million it overcharged customers in
three months of last year. He said Mobil's refusal to cut back price increases
is "difficult for me to understand. ..at a time when industry compliance
with voluntary restraints is so important."
Mobil, however, called the action "politically motivated. It was the
president's representatives who rejected Mobil's efforts- to cooperate with
the administration's anti-inflation program," Mobil said in a statement.
Carter said the Council on Wage and Price Stability is looking into the
company's compliance with the anti-inflation program, but Carter did not
threaten any specific action against the firm.
Sadat optimistic on autonomy
CAIRO, Egypt - Egyptian President Anwar Sadat said yesterday he is
prepared to shuttle 10 times to Washington if the trips are necessary to reach
agreement with Israel on the stalled issue of autonomy for the Palestinians.
"I have always been optimistic and I am still optimistic," about reaching an
agreement, Sadat said.
As outlined in the 1978 Camp David framework 'agreements, the
autonomy scheme calls for creation of a Palestinian self-governing
authority for the 1.2 million inhabitants of the Israeli-occupied Jordan West
Bank and Gaza Strip.
The Egyptian leader said there might be another Sadat-Begin-Carter
summit, in the event that an agreement is reached and must be signed.
Arafat calls for volunteers
to help fight against Israel
NEW DELHI, India-Palestinian guerrilla leader Yasser Arafat, visit-
ing India as a newly recognized head of government, said yesterday that
diplomacy is the best way to solve the three-month-old Afghan crisis, but
called for volunteers to fight Israel.
The Palestine Liberation Organization chairman later called his
struggle against Israel a "jihad" or "holy war" and called for people to
combat Zionism, imperialism, and colonialism.
Arafat, given full diplomatic recognition.by India just two days ago,
attacked the Camp David accords among the United States, Egypt and
Israel as a "conspiracy for wasr in the name of peace and stability."
NOW may promote boycott
ST. LOUIS-The National Organization for Women (NOW) is not
violating antitrust law by promoting an economic boycott of states which
have not ratified the Equal Rights Amendment, a federal appeals court
ruled yesterday.
The court said it had weighed the right of NOW to make its views on ERA
felt in a compelling manner against the aright of business to be free from
organized boycott activity.
"We hold that NOW's boycott activities are privileged on the basis of the
First Amendment right to petition and the Supreme Court's recognition of
that important right when it collides with commercial effects of trade
restraints," the court said.
DNR permits new oil well
LANSING-The state Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has
issued yet another permit allowing Shell Oil Co. to drill an oil well in the
Pigeon River Country State Forest, a DNR official said yesterday.
The new permit replaces one issued several weeks ago which brought a
series of court challenges from environmentalists. Shell drilled that well but
found it dry. The new well will be in the same location but drilled at a
different angle.
Jack Bails, chief of the DNR's environmental division, said DNR
Director Howard Tanner' issued the new permit Thursday. Tanner first
contacted the West Michigan Environmental Action Council to allow it to
alter its case against the first well to include the new permit. Bails said he
believed Shell had already begun new work on the site.
Ferris student now responding
GRAND RAPIDS - Thomas Kakonis, a Ferris State College student
who went into a stupor after he shot and killed his accounting professor
Wednesday began writing messages and eating yesterday, a psychiatrist
said. "He basically has started to respond," said Dr. Jack Carr, who is
treating Kakonis.
Kakonis, 20, was transferred from a hospital in Big Rapids to Forest
View Psychiatric Hospital in Grand Rapids following his arraignment
Thursday on an open murder charge in the slaying of Robert Brauer.

Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports

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Was it not Julius Caesar who wrote: "All Gaul is divided
into three parts"? And was it not the late Will Rogers who
said that American History was divided into three parts: 1,
The passing of the Buffalo; 2, The passing of the Indians;
and the modern period, The passing of the Buck?
There is raging, rioting, rape, ruin, rebellion, crime,
lawlessness, and anarchy just about all over the globe!
When you think of it and the causes and ask why, why, do
you ever think of your own responsibility in the matter, or
do you almost involuntarily "pass the buck" to someone
else: The Communists, The Rightists, The Leftists, The
President, The Senate, The House, The Supreme Court,
Governors, Legislators, or maybe the Klu Klux? But never

was applied "behind" the brush, the strap, and the switch.
If I had been deprived of that healthy medicine that I
needed I fear I would be a lot sorrier than I have turned out
to be, as is. But I am not so sorry as to even now not strive
to obey God's fifth Command: "Honor thy father and thy
mother," to thank God for such parents and "to rise up
and call them blessed." Hear The Word of God, The King
of kings, and Lord of lords:
"Withhold not correction from the child: for if thou
beatest him with the rod, he shall not die, Thou shalt beat
him with the rod, and shalt deliver his soul from hell."
Proverbs 23:13 and 14. That comes very near to just plain-
ly saying: "'Beat the hell out of him!" Doubtless the rod

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