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Attica A Year Later [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Attica A Year Later Report Attacks Rockefeller Failure to Visit Prison Attica, New York (CPS) - On September 9, 1971, inmates at the Attica State Correctional Facility took control of the prison's "D" block and seized 38 prison guards as hostages. After four days of negotiations between inmates and prison officials, state police were called in by Governor Nelson Rockefeller, fired on the prisoners and quelled the rebellion. As a result, 43 people were killed, including 11 of the hostages, and many others injured. It was later determined that all 43 had died from police bullets, despite earlier reports that many of the hostages had been killed by the inmates. A grand jury investigating the rebellion is still meeting, making it one of the longest grand juries in history. Three commissions have been set up to investigate conditions at the prison. September 12 the New York State Special McKay Commission on Attica came out with a report attacking Governor Rockefeller for failin...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Dear Cesar: I support your non-violent efforts, I pledge to tell my freinds about the letuce boycott. I pledge to not eat or buy lettuce until the lettuce growers negotiate with the United Farm Workers. NAME ^__ ADDRESS CITY, STATE PHONE 1 can do volunteer work, Donate Money , Host a house meeting, Set up a speaking engagement at my church, school, union or organization —— . United Farm Workers, 2536 N. Mascher St. Phila., Pa. 19133, Telehpone: NE4-4145 or RE9-9111 labor donated opeiu-30 afl-cio

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UFN Representatives Presents Lecture [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

UFN Representatives Presents Lecture U.F.W. representatives who presented lectures here last week. * * * « Last week, representatives of the United Farm Workers Union presented lectures at Captiol Campus in an attempt to acquaint people with the plight of the migrant farm workers in this country. Richard Trejo and Cheri Cinkoske, representatives working in the eastern Pennsylvania area, were on hand to provide information to those students interested in the current movement to improve conditions for the farm workers. Among the topics discussed in the presentations were, accounts of the miserable living conditions of the migrant workers, the obstacles they face in trying to unionize and improve their conditions, and the current boycott on lettuce which the U.F.W. hopes will bring the huge farming corporations to the bargaining tables. In trying to help the boycott, we are printing a pledge which you, the reader, can sign if you feel that you would like to help the movement....

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Boycott Lettuce. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Boycott Lettuce. Migrant lettuce workers are on strike for their union They want decent wages, toilets in the field, sanitary drinking water conditions They want an end to racial discrimination on the job, protection from harmful pesticides, and an end to child labor in the fields. Just as during the Grape Boycott farm workers have brought their cause to you, the American consumer, for your support. PLEASE DON'T BUY LETTUCE, OR EAT LETTUCE! PLEASE OON'T SERVE LETTUCE IN YOUR HOME . AND PLEASE REFUSE IT IF SOMEONE SERVES IT TO YOU. ^^ There are many good substitutes for MktrM lettuce - spinach, cabbage, kale, endives, A>^2S^ 8m loose-leaf romaine mustard greens and celery. ^8w0^^^ Migrant workers who pick lettuce need YOUR help if they are to change their living and working conditions They earn less than $ 2,400 a year per entire family. Only a small portion of the lettuce industry has recognized their workers. You can be sure that lettuce is harvested under UFW contra...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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/McGovern Economic Program [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

/McGovern Economic Program The McGovern economic program calls for a balanced full-employment budget. By 1975 - at full employment - tax revenues would equal the cost of government programs. This would allow the new McGovern proposals (property tax relief, jobs, etc.) to be funded in a responsible and non-inflationary manner. The McGovern program for 1975 would provide $54 billion in revenues, 60% from cuts in the military budget, and 40% from tax reform. This is more than enough to finance the new proposals made by Senator McGovern to meet priority domestic needs. The military budget would be cut by $10 billion in each of the next three years without in any way reducing our nation's security. By 1975, the cuts would add up to $30 billion. The tax reform proposals would raise an additional $22 billion from corporations and from individuals of substantial wealth No American whose income comes from wages and salaries would pay more in taxes. Last Spring, Senator McGovern pro...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Bug EarlyX Specia Pre Winter Tune-Up far your VW 19.72 plus tax Good through Oct. 31,19/2 O'Brian Auto, Inc. Authorized SAAB Dealer Lebanon Valley Shopping Center Palmyra, Pa. 17078 Phone 838-1346 John Hershey, Gen. Manager Capitol '71 »W — wwwwwwwww ¦ - l Iij\ r I I I [ \ ' i | J

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Black Cultural Arts Center [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Black Cultural Arts Center by Evon Golphin CHECK IT OUT! The B.C.A.C. is the Black Cultural Arts Center. The B.C.A.C. has existed at Capitol Campus since 1970 but surprisingly few people are familiar with its purpose. The Black Cultural Arts Center's purpose is to house information relating to the Black Experience be it political, socialogical, religious, historical or cultural, or expressed through music, dance, speech, literature or arts forms. Basically, the Cultural Committee of the Black Students Union has been responsible for the maintenance and development of the B.C.A.C.. However we welcome input from all of the Capitol Campus Community (Students, Faculty, and Staff). The B.S.U. invites you to think of it not only as a BLACK RESOURCE CENTER but a place where all students may develop new and perhaps different interpersonal relationships and where they may participate in forums, symposiums, lectures or cultural programs. The B.C.A.C. All are welcome. Located at W-132 O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Classified Ads ?FOR SALE: 1971 Gremlin, many extras - $1,775. Phone 944-6897 or write 1053 North Pine St., Middletown, 17057. •FOR SALE: VW winter treads with wheels - excellent condition. Make a reasonable offer. Contact Dr. Lear, W-257, phone 787-7952. * * * * NEEDED: Home for cat. Female; black with white spotting. Phone 944-1939. FOR SALE: Skis & boots (size 12) Good Condition. Phone 944-0339. • * • * •FOR SALE: Kawasaki Mach III, phone 233-3045.

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DRUG ANALYSIS SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

DRUG ANALYSIS SERVICE The Head Shop has started a FREE, anonymous drug analysis service. If you come across any unidentified pills or powders, put them in an envelope with a distinguishing mark ( Any symbols, numbers or letters.) Then drop it off through the dryer exhaust chute at 835 Nelson Dr., Meade Heights, any time of the day or night. Five days later, call the Hot Line at 944-1033, describe your envelope and you will be advised of its contents. Those of the Head Shop wish that you take advantage of the offered service if and when you need it.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Get Acquainted Brunch [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Get Acquainted Brunch All area Jewish college students - from Bucknell, Dickinson, F & M, Gettysburg, HACC, Penn State and Shippensburg State are invited to a get together over bagels and lox. The brunch will be held this Sunday, October 29 at 11:00 a.m. at the Jewish Community Center, Front and Vaughn Sts., Harrisburg. The cost will be 50 cents. If you need transportation, a group from Capitol will leave the front of the Main Building at 10:15 . Pass the word along. * * # *

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Political Information Seminar [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Political Information Seminar A few weeks ago representatives from the campaigns of President Richard Nixon and Senator George McGovern addressed a small group of Capitol students and faculty. Each presented the issues of the campaign as their man sees them. As the election is only a few days away, we thought is appropriate to present those views at this time. Ted Stellwag of the Committee of Reelect the President and John Nikoloff of the George McGovern for President Committee took part in a political information seminar which was jointly sponsored by Delta Tau Kappa, the College Republican Council and the Young Democrats Organization. The program was staged in conjunction with a local voter registration drive. Stellwag opened his portion of the program by calmly defending while, praising Nixon's policy of Vietnamization. He pointed out that under the Nixon administration, U.S. battle deaths in Vietnam have decreased 98% while the cost of the war has been reduced by two-thi...

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Indochina Peace Campaign [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Indochina Peace Campaign The Indochina Peace Campaign is continuing its effort as the resource tour group featuring Jane Fonda, Tom Hay den, George Smith and Holly Near have left the area. 'The Rising Cry of Justice", a 30 piece art exhibit, has been displayed at Central Pennsylvania colleges along with widespread distribution of the "Pentagon Papers Digest." But one of the silk-screens of the art exhibit was destroyed while on show at Capitol Campus during the first two weeks of the fall tetm. A slide presentation about the cultural history of the people of Vietnam and an analysis of the war has been shown in community meetings, churches, and education institutions. Our most important work is still ahead of us," asserts Susan Gregory, Central Pennsylvania peace campaign coordinator. "We have a responsibility to inform ourselves and share this information with our neighbors, so that they may make then own decision based on our information." The Indochina Peace Campaign is ...

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Unicef's Transport Aid [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Unicef's Transport Aid All the problems faced by children in the developing world are sharply intensified by the basic problem of inadequate transporation. The shortage of trained doctors, nurses, teachers, and social workers in isolated rural communities, where more than 75% of the people live, are made more severe by the fact that in some areas half a social worker's or health worker's time must be spent walking from one place to another. The United Nations Children's Fund has found that one of the most practical ways it can help the children and mothers in Asia, Africa, and Latin America is by supplying bicycles and spare parts to keep the wheels in working condition In addition to providing bicycles, UNICEF supplies jeeps, motorcycles, trucks and buses for heavier transport. UNICEF trained crews are sometimes sailors as well as motorists, because in some countries children are easier to reach by water than by land. This Halloween, UNICEF's Trick or Treat coins will do mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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