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; ; it , 3.14;7' ; yn :A;. ;~; '..4'. r, r. itluey Newton Carter wants more education funds " WASHINGTON (UPI) president Carter will support p 15 per cent increase in gending . for education ,Contained in the Labor-HEW ,appropriations bill if dif ferences can, be resolved over funding for other programs, ( Vice President Walter F. Bike registrations set : State College police will ;hold another series of bicycle Tegistrations beginning today :from 1 to 3 p.m. in the rear of :the State College Municipal Building. Bikes may also be registered at the Municipal :Building July'9 from 9 a.m. to '.2:30 p.m., and-at the Welch At Last!! A Locally Owned and Operated Rapid Reading and Reading Enrichment Lab. . More than Speed Reading . . . The State College Reading Lab will offer a 5 week course in Rapid Reading to qualified people in the Centre Region. This program is based on solid research and is not just a "speed reading" course, but rather a combined rapid reading, comprehension, and study skills program. The program places special emphasis on the reading of technical material, and the program also will help you read different material at different rates. Just 5 sessions . . . our program reduces classroom time to only one class per week for only five weeks. In addition, students who complete the classroom instruction and the outside prac tice will receive at no cost, a reading enrichment course on cassette tape. Guaranteed Results . You will triple yoiir current reading speed, or your tuition will be refunded. In fact, our typical students in crease their rate 3 to 5 times after completing just the classroom part of our program. That translates to speeds of 1000 to 45000 words per minute. Improved com prehension skills can be expected. Reasonable Tuition . . . Less than 1 / 2 the others. If you have always wanted to become a more effective reader, but you have found the typical speed reading course too time-consuming, too expensive, and too rapid this summer you can turn things around before finals. Free Lectures . . . If you are interested in finding out more about our unique program, please attend one of the following free 90 minute lectures. Wed., July 6 Thurs., July 7 Fri., July 8 Sat., July 9 Sun., July 10 Mon., July 11 Wesley Foundation, 256 West College Ave Mondale announced yester day. In an address to tne National Education Assoc iation's annual convention, Mondale said: "I am pleased to announce that if other issues in the HEW bill can be resolved, pool on the Westerly Parkway between 1 and 3 p.m. Eight vehicle accidents occurred over the holiday weekend, State College police reported. No deaths or serious injuries resulted. 6:30 and again at 8:30 PM 6:30 and again at 8:30 PM 6:30 and again at 8:30 PM 2:30 and again at 4:30 PM 2:30 • and again at 4:30 PM 6:30 and again at 8:30 PM ' t 1~ x -'\; .'X ', .y„~ ft, President Carter will sign that ' legislation when it reaches his desk, and teachers can count on receiving that major increase din education funds." Mondale prepared his speech for the convention in Minneapolis, and the text was Electrical power was off for about 40 minutes Tuesday, while fireman fought a small electrical fife in the Calder Square. The fire was caused by a short circuit in an electrical panel box in the basement of the building. Campanis Shoe Huey Newton ' 2 - OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI) A judge yesterday set bail at .. $lOO,OOO for Black Panther leader Huey P. Newton, who jumped bail in '1974 and fled to Cuba, but held open the possibility that he could be released on his own recognizance later. Newton, 35, who returned voluntarily to stand trial on charges of murder and assault, stood quietly in the courtroom packed with his supporters. Many others waited outside in a hallway, Oakland Municipal Judge Courtland D. Arne delayed en tering of plea and setting of a trial date until July 19. Arne also asked for a report on whether Newton should be granted his request for release without bail. Newton's attorney, Sheldon Otis, said no attempt would be made to raise the $lOO,OOO. . "We will concentrate on getting him out on his own recognizance," Otis said after the court hearing. • In arguing for Newton's release, Otis noted the Black Panther leader came back to face trial voluntarily. "He did not return to walk out the door," he told the judge. "He returned to prove the charges against him are false." Prosecutor Tom Orloff argued for a minimum bail of $lOO,OOO. He said the previous bail of $42,000, which Newton forfeited in 1974, had not been sufficient. Newton, a co-founder of the Black Panthers, is charged with the stabbing death of a teen-age girl and assaulting a tailor. He was free on $42,000 bail when he disappeared in August 1974. He said he fled to Cuba because narcotics dealers had placed a $lO,OOO "contract" on him as a result of his staunch opposition to the use of heroin. Newton, who has maintained he is innocent , of the charges facing him, said his attorneys can now prove he was the victim of an FBI and CIA plot to remove him fnom the scene and ruin the Black Panther party. "I want everyone to know I have not killed anyone," Newton, told a crowd of 500 cheering supporters when he arrived at San Francisco International Airport. "I believe I will be acquitted, although it will be difficult to get a fair trial." UPI wirephift released in Washington •He said the Carter ad ministration had increased educational spending by $1.5 billion, and Congress had added funds for several programs. The combined increases, he said, amount to a 15 per cent hike in federal spending for education. That, Mondale said, is the "largest increase in federal dollars for education since the Elementary and Secondary Education act was passed." -In making the an nouncement, ~. Mondale sp pealed for teachers' sup Port of the administration's efforts to . reform the impact aid program. "Right now, one dollar in trial to begin in two weeks four goes to a school district in the upper 25 per cent in come bracket of this nation," he said. "That's just not a wise use of our resources at a time when so many poorer school districts are starving for additional funds. "We want to target these funds to the areas where the real needs are," he said. "And we need your help." Furthermore, Mondale announced a major new "effort to involve teachers in our decisions in educational policy. "This adixiinistra'tioti is committed to giving this nation's teachers a real voice in the educational policy of this country," he said. Store & . 3 We don't just sell shoes, some we can So do us a favor and tell a good frießd. . 4 Some guys may act like the heels we replace, but we are sure we can save their soles and not lose face. qeeotatior oic€4 , admie4 oltildeion Reifiiirez.4 t i n s ta l i/sit-4 Vaslont gianting esireet 1./M(4'one ty and, a/comae, ~ 1 11 fliVi/die4 on.-Fri., 9:30-8:30 Sat., 10-5 Repair an Important Message for you... has :I t-ivn BIM Mil NM GO EMI Ell MIN Mill 11111 11111 MUM IMO NM A • Ls" FleEsEiv7s "MORE 7714 N Jun - AN kr STORE'''. A MR/LW& 51ferphvG. qpvoltiva -9171R1N6, R c4sr aF 7NotisfiNDs... 44§APT Afiss Jr! The Daily Collegian Wednesday, July 6, 1977-3 -11111111011111111111111_11111UMMINIII More exciting verses to be contiqued ip the July Bth issue.