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Vol. 2 No. 3 Univerty of North Florida Jacksonville, Florida Wednesday, October 30, 1974

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Fun Modifications Needed
W WW Associate News Editor Some people on campus have ly," says Carpenter. Carpenter
The present General Assembly viewed students' present partici- also pointed out that students can
See Story Page 5 form of government should pation in UNF's government as a now sit on committees that were
undergo some modifications, but possible insight to the future. closed to them previously. He
Stuff Photo by Shirly Corbn the Assembly should be given Few student representatives believes that a more traditional
Staff Photoby Shy C n another chance as UNF's bother to show up for the form of government might
government according to Presi- meetings presently. diminish the students' role.in the
Ft dent Carpenter. government.
"I certainly think our (present) Whatever form of government
organization is worth a try. There is adopted says Carpenter,
Carpenter told the Halyard in a have been some real accomplish- students should definitely have a
SF Db recent interview that he had not ments by the General Assemb- constructive measure of input.
e fully studied the alternative
proposals to the existing General
Set For D e bat Assembly, and that he did not
STEPHEN W. HOLLAND have any set opinion on what form
ASTP Nte News. Edit Regents regulations, and presi- UNF's government should take, .
Assocate News Editor dential veto. but did say that the present
On November 7 the University Powers not assigned to system could be made to work D discusses Issues
of North Florida General associations because they overlap more efficiently with some effort.
Assembly will begin debate on constituencies would by exercised
whether to keep its present form by a University Senate. One of the suggestions By DREW BRUNSON the degree. When a person
of government or to adopt a new Powers not assigned to Carpenter has is to make the Managing Editor graduates, it is the faculty that
plan altogether. associations because they overlap Assembly nominating committee decidedwhether or not he meets
One of the new proposals is the constituencies wouldbe exercised more responsible. 'The nominat- In an October 24 meeting on the qualifications."
Plan for Self-Governing Associa- b a Uni it Sen ing committee has the responsibi- the UNF campus Dr. E.T. York, Dr. York, former interim
tions and a University Senate with The University Senate would be lity of appointing representatives chancellor designate of the state president of the University of
Limited Powers (Self Governing comprised of an equal and set to various committees. Carpenter university system, said that a Florida, met with students,
Plan). number of representatives from said that one of the dangers with standardized core program faculty and administrative per-
The plan divides thethe four associations. would such a system is that some should be considered to make seonnel in an attempt to gain
currently held bydivides the Geners have power over daycare policy, committee members may be transfers between colleges easier some understanding of the
e nto four self-governin suspension policy, university chosen on the basisof popularity because of "the mobility of the problems faced on the UNF
Assembly nto four self-governing publications as well as university instead of on the basis of who community college system." campus. In the past weeks Dr.
components (Associated Stu- priorities and university practices would do the best job on the York has been traveling around
eer Sntervicety Association, and Proponenton f the self- committee.. And, while many people are the state in order to find out what
Administrative and Professional ing plan argue three main Another suggestion Carpenter opposed to standardization, the problems are in the state
Association) and a University advantages in adopting the plan. has for the Assembly is to make something needs to be done to aid university system.
Senate. the Vice-Chairman, a student the transfer student. On the other He was asked to comment on
Under the self-governing plan, First, it provides io n of labor position, more responsive a student side of the issue Dr. Thomas G. whether students should handle
the University division of labor position, more responsive and of UNF
powers would be divided on the with a means of discussing and active in his role. Carpenter Carpenter, president of UNE C on Page 8
basis of interest and competence th a meansof discussing and added that, "The faculty awards ContinedonPage 8
For example, the Faculty developing its own interests believes that through the
Association would have power independent of other groups. Vice-Chairman students have an i .:
important legislative leverage.
over faculty compensation, tenure important legislative leverage. t
promotion, working conditions, Second, it gives each group a "
evaluations and possibly, aca- measure of control over policy
demic programs ossi, areas in which each has superior Carpenter also conceded that
The Associated Students would interest and competence with such a large assembly body
The Associated Students would much time is taken up with
have power over student Third, it increases the routine and irrelevant matters
activities, organizations and the participated base of University from time to time.
student activity fee. governance by making every
e the self-governing plan person on campus a voting
Under the self-governing plan member of an association.
every member of the University One of the alternate proposals
community would become a Should the General Assembly the General Assembly is a
voting member of an association adopt the Plan for Self-Governing student government association.
and each association would Associations and a University Student government says Carpen-
determine its own method of Senate, its proponents foresee the ter has its own distinct set of
political organization. Although strengthening of the University problems. UNF is a commuter
the associations would be community by providing a forum college without campus residents
dominant in certain areas, they for the expression and effective so it is difficult to mobilize
would be subject to the traditional participation for every member of students to promote desired
limitations of state law, Board of the University. programs.
Stott Photo by Shrley or n

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FPT, 2 -* Otber 39. 1974 TH HALYARD

-CaopuW Bdrel- Int' Intern Class Set

The next deadline for the Halyard is Tuesday, November 5. All
copy must by typed and include name and telephone number. BY PAUL TOWNSEL
Names will be withheld on request. Halyard Staff Writer To apply send a resume or a All initial inquiries and
completed Personal Qualifica- applications must be received no
Applications are now being tions Statement (SF-171) to: later than Friday, December 13,
G general Assem bly M eet accepted for the next class of the 1974. Selections will .be made
G general Assem bly M t International Development Intern Intern Recruitment about April 1, 1975 with the
Program. The International Recruitment Branch program scheduled to begin in
A special meeting of the General Assembly will be held on Development Intern Program is a Office of Personnel & Manpower mid-September, 1975.
October 31, at noon in the Assembly Room, Building 009. The two-year individually tailored Agency for International
meeting is being held upon the petitioned request of the members career program which leads to Development
and will deal with the Halyard appropriations, positions of increasing responsi- Washington, D.C. 20523
ability in the developing countries
New Boathouse Hours of Asia, Africa and Latin
New Boathouse Hours America.
Effective Oct. 14, the Boathouse will be open from 11 a.m. to 8:30 Qualifications include a grad- "
p.m., Mon.-Wed.; from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thurs.; and from 11 a.m. uate degree in agricultural N .
to 4 p.m., Fri. economics, economics, civil
engineering (such options as
t public works, transportation,
Mat, computer Club Trip environment and water resources
are especially preferred), finance,
business administration, law or
On October 31 the M&CS Club is having a field trip to the public health. Candidates with
Prudential Insurance Company. Anyone interested in going should undergraduate degrees in ac-
meet at the Boathouse prior to 11:00 A.M. We will leave UNF at 11 counting plus at least one year of
and return by 1:30 P.M. professional experience are also
eligible. U.S. citizenship and
Psychology Club Meeting good health are required.
g Training includes Agency
orientation. Overseas training
Professor Garelick will speak at the next Psychology Club consists of on-the-job assign- ..
meeting on November 12 at noon. ments under guidance of a senior
officer. Possible variations in-
clude assignments to specific "
Burger King Scholarshi development projects and con-
B sultations on various aspects of
President Thomas G. Carpenter joined representatives of technical cooperation.
Jacksonville's three other institutions of higher education at a Target jobs for successful
recent ceremony marking the end of Burger King Scholarship Interns include positions of
Month. Each Jacksonville institution received a $2,500 share of the Economist, Agricultural Econo-
special fund totalling $10,000. The funds will be disbursed through mist, Capital Development Loan
the student financial aid office. Officer, Management Auditor,
Financial Manager (Accountant), ..
Alph Sig Pi T MEngineer, Attorney and Health/
Alpha Sima Pi To Meet Population/Nutrition Officer.
Salaries are competitive and
based upon education and Staff photo by Pam Stone
experience, with overseas sal-
Alpha Sigma Pi, UNF's account g *fraternity, has enjoyed aries supplemented by standard
quite an active and fulfilling quarter with activities ranging from Foreign Service allowances.
career information to speakers and social events to football. Interns are promoted after each Vice-President Lassiter acts as
The officers for this year include Alien Shires, President; Tom year of successful training, the Chairman of the General
Southwell, Vice-President; Barbara, Mazer, Treasurer; Alice Benefits include a generous Assembly in the first Assembly
Wright, Secretary; and Deborah Adelman, Membership Chairman. vacation program, sick leave, meeting of the Fall quarter.
Alpha Sigma Pi invites anyone interested to attend our next home leave between overseas
meeting on Tuesday, November 12, at noon in Building 10 room tours, life insurance, medical
1217. We would like to have your support for the seminar we're care, transportation to and from
planning for next quarter and for our upcoming social events and post for family, shipment of
speakers. household goods and automobile.

ROTC Seeks Joggers Propeller s., ike eE a . .n..s p.Wvid
The path to security In only a decision and a phone call awayl
Interested in jogging? The entire University community is invited Club G ets W ,. yo u Phoin or wife yow loca AMWA Y d tr
to participate. Contact the Reserve Officers Training Corps. (ROTC)
Rm. 2639, Bldg. 008 or phone 646-2813. Do you care? We still do. Boat Tour pl C. Glr -- 1405 Palm Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida 3.992.
On October 12 the UNF Student
Cooperative Ed Info Port of the Propeller Club of the
United States sponsored a boat
tour of the St. John's River and
The Cooperative Education and Placement Center is offering Jacksonville's port and shipyard T GIT ll ll VM
information sessions for those students interested in cooperative facilities. 23 club members and
education at 3:00 pm in Building 001, Room 2339 on the following their guests met at the Mayport a I
dates: Bar Pilot's Station with three
Wednesday, October 30, 1974 members of the Port of
Wednesday, November 6, 1974 Jacksonville Propeller Club for for
Wednesday, November 13, 1974 the three hour tour. The trip
Anyone interested in a career related experience while still ranged from a quick run past the f
attending school should attend one of these sessions or make an St. John's jetties for a few
appointment to see Sandra Hansford. minutes of riding the swells
blown up by a nor'easter to a
Alpha Phi Omea Meet waterfront view of the city's les
gAl ha S O M skyline as the pilot boat turned U l Ak
around under the Main St.
The next meetings of Alpha Phi Omega, National Men's Service bridge. a VOLK W
Fraternity will be Nov. 3 and Nov. 17 at 6:oo P.M. in the library Tour members viewed the
conference room. All active brothers should attend. The 1974 facilities at Blount Island, the
Florida Section Conference will be held at TAU Chapter, at Tallyrand docks, the shipyardUP R B E L
University Of Florida, room 359, in the J.W. Reitz Union, operations, and many other
Gainesville, Fla. starting at 9:30 A.M. Saturday, Nov. 16, 1974. The waterfront activities. A highlight '" '
keynote address will be by National President, Col. Lucius Young of of the cruise was a close-up view
Washington, D.C. of the latest in containerized *
Applications for new members of Alpha Phi Omega are available shipping--a LASH vessel just
in the student activities office, leaving the shipyards. b C e
For further information contact Lowell Lorbeer at 771-7403. PReturni ub o Maeor a the.i DID N
guests sat down to a lunch at the
Library Gets d Vinci NMayport Officers Club, courtesy 9650 ATLANTIC BLVD.
ar et a nc otes of the UNF Propeller Club.Across From
Students interest in joining the
The UNF Library recently acquired a facsimile set of "lost" notes Propeller Club for this tour, and Regency Square
by Leonardi da Vinci known as the "Madrid Codices." The for future events, should check by
five-volume set, published by McGraw-Hill, duplicates works the TRL Department office, /
"discovered" in the National Library of Madrid in 1965. The works building 001, room 1248, or call -.
had been undetected for 135 years due to an error in cataloging. 646-2860.

: Inflation: We Must

RedefineOur Goals
Halyard Staff Writer own expenses, but will make a
small contribution toward easing
Two UNF economics professors the petroleum problem. Take
"Part of the reason for the have suggested ways in which more advantage of the car-pool-
inflation is the shortage of students can help fight inflation, ing system the school offers."
agricultural, petroleum, and
related products." Assistant Professor Stephen "Try to set up your schedule so
Shapiro recommended that stu- that you're only here two or three
dents "pinch pennies, break the days a week."
convenience food habit, and be
willing to give up their p.r.t.'s "Take advantage of the book
(private rapid transit system, exchange that the Society for the
better known as the automo- Advancement of Management
bile.)" Dr. Shapiro said that we offers at the beginning of each
must "redefine goals and quarter.".
re-evaluate our expectations."
"Americans have become Of President Ford's proposed
accustomed to 'a better way of program, Dr. Traynham said:
life,' and now we have discovered "Most of the program's not
that it is impossible for all of us to aimed at fighting inflation, but
have it. Therefore, we must the recession. Even the tax cut is
redefine our goals and reevaluate not aimed at fighting inflation."
7M 4k. our expectations."

"Up until this year, money "The only thing the President
income was rising faster than the suggested to fight inflation was
price level. This year, however, the target spending ceiling of
the money income is lagging $300 billion for the federal
behind the price level, so that real budget. Everything else was
income is greatly reduced. aimed at increasing output to
Basically, we must be more aware fight the recession. Part of the
of how we consume and what we reason for the inflation is the
consume." shortage of agricultural, petrole-
um, and related products."
-" "We are in a recession.
Traditional prescriptions to com-
"Americans have become accus- bat inflation will worsen the He's hoping that the measures he
tomed to better way of life, recession." suggested will increase agricul-
tomed to 'a better way of life,'
.i ~t~,, "and now we have discovered that
.sand nom weos e discovered that Dr. Earle Traynham, assistant demand for petroleum products.
it impossible for a of s to professor and academic advisor, If those parts of the program
r have t. goals and re we mu said: "The biggest area in which aimed at energy and agriculture
redefine our goals and reealuate a student can cut corners is in are implemented and are
our expectations." transportation. Take fuller ad- successful, it should help fight
vantage of the UNF bus. This both the inflation and the
would not only cut down on your recession."

BSU Sets New Goals
BY PAUL TOWNSEL establish political, economical,
Halyard Staff Writer and social ties outside, as well as
within, the university.
The Black Student Union, now The BSU has been active at
under new leadership, has set a UNF since the first year of the
goal to establish a "spiritual" university and now has approxi-
relationship with black students mately 25 active members. Last
and the rest of the university. year the club sponsored on-
According to BSU's new campus, lectures by prominent
president, Mr. Leroy Brown, the blacks such as John Farmer,
club wishes to serve as a "vehicle director of the Afro American
for the average black student to Cultural Development Center and
pursue his educational en- Tommi Wagner, Channel 12
deavors." Brown also stressed newswoman. They also attended
that the club is open to any Black St udent Union conferences
interested student. in Atlanta and Gainesville.
Mr. Brown pointed out that The BSU is now in the process
there are gaps in relationships of acquiring a speaker from the
between black students and the Health Department at Florida
rest of the university. The BSU's A&M to give an on-campus
objective will be to narrow these lecture concerning health prob-
gaps in a spiritual or "person-to- lems.
person" manner. The Black Student Union's
The club plans to make main project will be to make the
available to students certain average black student a more
"Basically, we must be more resources unknown to most black active member of the total
aware of how we consume and students attending UNF, and to student body of UNF.
what we consume."

Food Prices Rising
BY DAVID GREEN Eastern Food Services is a self
Halyard Staff Writer sustaining company. They own
UNF food prices continue to their own equipment and pay for
rise. According to Ward Hancock, their own garbage collection and
~ ;t Director of Administrative Ser- utilities. They also pay UNF to
vices, the increase of prices for operate on campus. This money
cafeteria, boathouse and vending has been used to build the deck at
machine items are due to the the boathouse as well as refurnish
increased cost of the wholesale the boathouse.
food items. Condiments in the cafeteria are
When current wholesale food still free including the packets of
prices rise, prices on campus are syrup that cost Eastern Food
left as they are for as long as it is Services five cents each. Hancock
feasible. UNF reviews proposed also cites changes in minimum
price increases and must approve wage laws, increased cost of
: .them before they can go into electricity and additional per-
effect. Each menu item is sonnel as partially responsible for
reviewed separately and each the increased prices. The Board
increase is limited to 25 cents at a of Regents bid for the present
time. There is also a food service contract with Eastern Food
advisory committee comprised of Services. Eastern has agreed to
students that assist Eastern Food wait until December before.
Staff photos by Joe Stone Services and the UNF consumers. renegotiating their contract.
~'';;'.- i_. :..- .

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FauWIt q ajffri UNF To Open Campground

By PHalyard Staff Writer designated for that purpose. The size of the group is limited
SReservations with Student Acti- to 25 families. Membership is to
Brunson At V o-Tech M eet Professor Richard H. Reising- cities will be required, be determined on a first-come-
er, Director of Student Enrich- Camping equipment will e first-served basis. There are
Dr. Evelyn Brunson was in Tallahassee recently and attended ment, said that UNF camping made available through the approximately 17 memberships
several meetings concerning Vocational-Technical Education. regulations and operational Student Actstill open.
S" procedure will be determined in Stud, ent Activities Office. Row-
Dr. Brunson is currently chairman of the Business Teacher the near future. A group boats, tents, stoves, and sleeping
Educator Association and chaired a session on Articulation. consisting of Professor W.J. b ags are among the items Camping trips will be arranged
Roach, Professor Robert W. Reisinger indicated will be one weekend a month. The first
Educators from all parts of Florida attended the Leadership Loftin, Director of Police Services available or check-out. outing will be November 15-17.
Conference, Florida Business Educators Association Meeting and John F. Plumb, and General professor William JTwo sites are under consider-
the Business Teacher Educators meeting. Assembly Vice-Chairman Bill said tht a ily ampng gRoh action.
Medlin will meet to set the said that a family camping group
Medlin will meet to set the
These meetings were held during the week of October 14 18. opening date for camping on the is now being organizerested for
UNF campus, off-campus trips. All interested
Sn UNF campus, persons with their own equipment No membership fees will be
W eitSen at Co-opJ M eetmgI should contact Professor Roach or required, but camping fees for
e n at According to Reisinger, a Dr. Robert Pickhardt. Persons state parks generally run $3.50
specific number of people will be having tents, travel trailers, or per night. Each family must pay
Martin Weitsen, bookstore manager, was in Chicago for the allowed to camp on the UNF mini-motorhomes are welcome, its own camping fees.
Florida Bookstore Co-op meeting the results of which will grounds in an area to be
culminate in better prices for students and staff. The meeting was
concerning the National Association of Office Products. *
Donna Rawlins will be leaving for the Eastern Regional meeting Zoni0 t 1No m m mediate Threat
of the National Association of College Bookstores in Atlanta,
Georgia on October 30 & 31, to represent U.N.F. in the review of all By BILL HARE RMOI (Office and Apartments), campus as a wildlife preserve.
phases in the Bookstore operation. Halyard Staff Writer OR and CN (Community
Neighborhood), respectively. Lt. L.F. Rossignol, Information
V vacancy Announcem ents In answer to expressions of Officer, N.E. Region of the
concern about the faded rezoning According to City Councilman Florida Game and Fresh Water
signs along St. Johns Bluff Road, Mickey King, District Four, most Fish Commission said during a
Position vacancy announcements for exempt Career Serice, A&P, the Halyard is happy to report all of the present zoning resulted telephone interview that his
and Faculty positions should be sent to the Personnel Department quiet on the campus land front, from hearings held quite some office had no knowledge of any
not later than 12 noon on Mon. of each week. time ago and he has no rezoning or land utilization action
The existing zoning appears to knowledge of proposed changes that would affect the preserve. He
Ip Speaks at CPCU M eet pose no particular problems for at this time. did say however, that the
the present needs and objectives University of North Florida would
of UNF. The land areas due east face the common future problem
Dr. Richard Kip (fin., ins., & land econ.) was the featured and west of the campus are zoned It would be impossible to report of all wildlife preserves; that of
speaker at the October meeting of the South Florida Chapter, OR (Open Rural). The areas to the on any land utilization without continuing statewide land deve-
Society of Charter Property and Casualty Underwriters, in Miami. northwest and north are zoned considering the role of the UNF lopment.
Kip also officiated at the chapter's CPCU designation conferment

Valentine, Brown Perform General Assembly Runoff

Cynthia Valentine, voice student of William Brown, will perform
with the Jacksonville Symphony during the orchestra's annual By MIKE MALONE made it impractical to conduct a winners were Pam Battle and
school observance committee.. ... Halyard Staff Writer runoff election. Lucy Horan.
H a D li *pP The General Assembly election Dr. Lassiter emphasised that From the Business school Jeff
H arm on D elivers Paper runoffs which were to be held to the procedure was not unusual Jackson and Sig McGarity were
resolve ties for the remaining and that ties have always been chosen for the remaining two
Gary L. Harmon will give a paper at the regional conference of the seats were determined instead by resolved by "lot" in the past. seats for which three candidates
South Atlantic Modern Language Association this week. His paper, a drawing due to lack of time and were tied.
"The Uses of Scholarship: Interpreting the Popular Arts," is an money. The drawing was supervised by
account of recent social science, historical, and literary scholarship Martin Weitsen, Chairman of the The college of Education had 14
and its application to teaching about the popular arts. According to Dr. Roy Lassiter, Election Committee and manager candidates competing for 11
Vice-President and Dean of the UNF bookstore. remaining seats. The winners
His contribution to the 2,500-member convention is in a section Faculties, a time problem existed drawn were: Mary McFarland, B.
which last year he helped establish as a permanent fixture in the due to the fact that the first Porter, Everlena -Blue, Ron
association's convention program. meeting of the general assembly Of three candidates competing Caplan, Rick Forester, Rawena
was to convene the following day, from the college of Arts and Moze, Robert West, Ila Beandry,
it was decided that the cost of Sciences two names were drawn Louise Musale, Mike Merrit and
Salter Talks to Busnesses keeping the polls open all day, for the remaining two seats. The Joyce Shelley.
Dr. Lowell Salter (mgmt., mktg., & bus. law) recently spoke to
three business-oriented groups concerning the Small Business
Institute program, conducted by the College of Business
Administration. He explained the institute's consulting and How To Place An Ad
assistance services, aimed at helping local small business
owner/operators, to the Arlington Chamber of Commerce on Fri.,
Oct. 11; to the Purchasing Managers Association on Wed., Oct. 16;
and to the Westside Chamber of Commerce on Fri., Oct. 18. Mail To: The Halyard, P.O. Box Please Print Neatly
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Sunday, Oct. 27, at 4 p.m. at the Riverside Presbyterian Church,
Park Street at Five Points. He was joined by singers from the St.
John's Cathedral Choir during one composition. Included on the DEADLINE:
program were works by Bach, Walther, Durufle, and Franck. The next deadline is Tuesday
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STke ee t Ja THE HALYARD October 30. 1974 Page 5

Wkat Bs1ggea Tke Amcirc iHtd?
What boggles the American Butt has been playing stud for Warden hopes to fulfill his throw the game. It should be Emperor Eddie, gets his 21 points
mind is sure to help sell movie some fairly high prices with a All-American dream of producing easy. He's done it before, and he and then orders his ugly guards to
tickets. If the flick touts a "Class" Lady. As the film opens, -- you'll never guess -- a national doesn't even have a mother to hurt the Mean Machine guys real
practicioner of the sporting life ahe wants his services, but he's championship team! I mean, what shame, bad. Now, you can push a guy like
(Burt Reynolds) who engages in got a headache, more could a good, fine Burt just so fail After all, the
the National Sport (football) with Hell has no fury like an administrator like Eddie the He'll get a raise (soft work warden broke his word. And that
enough sex and/or violence, it unfulfilled wealthy woman, Burt warden dream of? His life will be assignments) and a promotion gets Burt's dander upl So Burt
can attract a fair size crowd. But if discovers. So he roughs her up, worth while. Caesar himself (early parole from his sentence). enters the game in the last
the film portrays a bunch of Good walks out, and makes off with her couldn't have dreamed better. We surely recognize the quarter, and, with a few seconds
Guys struggling with Bad Guys 1974 Citroen only to sink it in the syndrome. Go along and keep a left, there's one yard to go to get
on the Great National Pin which river after a swell police chase Game day comes, and Burt low profile. It's Deep Torment a touchdown, win the game, and
has impaled us all since the that hits and runs from most of leads his team, the Mean like that which gives this flick run the risk of adding twenty
Mayflower Compact in 1620 -- the filmic cliches of Great Chase Machine, symbolic, I suppose, of Emotional Depth! But: After the years of brutally hard labor to his
which is that administrative Scenes. organized labor of the plebian Citrus guards have a 21 point sentence.
decisions should be made with When he arrives at the masses getting it together, lead, they're to let up on the By then, the audience knows
"the consent of the governed" -- penitentiary, he is gradually against the Citrus State guards. physical abuse (broken bones, what it paid $2.50 per body -- I
then you are sure to see us spend persuaded to whomp up a team of At first, it appears that Burt and teeth) on Burt's poor convict won't say head -- to experience.
the nation's gas supply to get in convicts to warm up the Citrus his boys are going to romp. But at teammates. It's a good deal for The Emperor can't run the show
line. State guards, the Wa.rden's half time, the warden (Power and Burt. this way! Burt and his boys have
That's what's going on these privately controlled semipro Privilege) has a little talk with So he goes along. But, can it to have their pride, their human
weeks while "The Longest Yarc" team. It turns out that the Burt. The deal is that Burt should be? It is! Mr. Nice-Looking-Guy, dignity, their place in the sun.
plays in town. It isn't just that q /~ Yes, they, too, are pinned and
plays in town. It isn't just that pswriggling on the Great National
much else of pith and moment is wriggling on the Great National
happening in Jacksonville film- Pin. They have a lot to lose, but
dom -- except the return of they were Born Free. They're
"Cinderella Liberty" at the going for the touchdowns
drive-in and the 4,999th showing We cheer. Maybe some people
of "The Sting." It's that ,we Good choke up a bit. So, with a slow
People (the masses) want to see motion shot -- these directors
the Bad People (nice friendly know how to milk our emotions to
looking skunks like Eddie Albert) hythe bones -- we get to watch a
misuse their class access to Power hairy chested Stand-in for Burt
and Privilege and get their lumps a i Reynolds run the last yard.
for it. So it's hard Labor against Whew, the tension on the
Management. It's Burts Sparta- audience could keep Big Ben
cus and his boys against therunning for a year. What a great
tyrannical Roman emperor and k, momentl Old Eddie will probably
the laz pa ticians. Neveror and nail Burt to some kind of cross for
Underdog is here. It's a vision of the rest of his life at Citrus State.
an American Marxist revolution But Burt puts the ball over for his
to lift the proletariat into Powerl men. For one fine moment, it's
The Good Guys, led by Burt, Power to the People. And we are
who delivers his lines as though the people. Exhaust ed,tha we file out
he were on "Laughh In" are the i of the theater feeling that things
he were on "Laugh Ine" are the are all right. The governed have
ordinary rapists, arsonists,pimps, had their say. Maybe such
inhabit the Citrus State Peni- emotions are cheap at any price
"fentiaTy, anbo fa' 'fi6m Talla -' these days!
hassee. Before the film begins, '" GARY L. HARMON

4 Q

SHalyard Staff Writer instead, to pass some time in the wandered into the Coliseum to
Freak Show. My stomach really see what was new on the
j The first thing that caught my turned after watching that maniac commercial circuits. I sampled
k' ~attention was the stench of the push nails and screwdrivers up everything that was offered to me
cows: upon my entrance. The his nose! So I, decided to eat and entered my name on eight
next thing that struck me as really something. drawing contests, (Three of which
W WW" strange was that roosters were I honestly hope to win.)
crowing -- and it was approxi- While eating my sausage dog
lately 8:28 p.m. As I passed a (25% bread, 25% sausage, and I was ripped off for S20.00
threatening look as if he were the sight of people of all races, walked away with a cap pistol,
about to charge. When I showed colors, and creeds (even the gay two whistles, and a deflated ego. I
him my ticket he settled down. By liberation was well represented,) felt a little better after walking
the way, Rex won first prize having so much fun. Except for around looking at the ground for a
among the rabbits the fat, little boy who was half hour and finally accumulat-
-vehemently crying because his ing a total of $8.59 (mostly
The first ride I got on, the Swiss mother would not buy him a nickels, dimes, and pennies.)
Bob, sped around and around candied apple. He had a corn dog
the track at speeds up to 80 in his hand.
eI decided to leave, while I was
i m.p.h. (it left me dizzy enough to I decd l whle I was
give up on life and join the still ahead, to anxiously wait
maries.) I decided to refrain After aimlessly wandering for another year for the Greater
from riding for awhile, but, an hour and a half, I aimlessly Jacksonville Fair to return. aw phoaop hv .bley Co-.,b

_Pe6 g Otober 3, 1974 THE HALYARD

E The Halyard A Parable of
SEditor and General Manager.. Asoc. Prof. W.J. Rodach
Managing Editor... Drew Bruon Camels andCadillacs
Editorial Pge Editor,.ShMrloy Corbin
I^Editorial Page Edi-or,..Uhiey d^ In Once upon a time there was a Then the president said to they were yet far from their
Gtribe of wanderers in a large and those whole had one camel each, destination, those who had each
very dry desert. "It would be good and proper for owned one camel came unto the
a n g One day the people said to their you to let those without camels president, saying, "Behold, those
president, "We cannot continue ride double with you." And they who have many camels are
dd NN living in this desert. Take us to answered, "The journey is so far, prospering, as are those who once
the Land of Milk and Honey." our camels will surely perish if had no camels. But we are no
N e ed Nw they must carry two riders each." better off than before, for all the
S Now, there were three groups young of our females must go to
Rather than the great Senate of o pop the tribe. In one So the president gathered unto pay those who tend the herds."
Rome or the Forum of Athens, we group each man had many himself all the veterinarians, and
camels. In the second group each they all went up unto the holy And the president called again
have the Great Circle of Ringling. had only one. In the last the mountain and remained there for unto himself all the veterinarians,
people had no camels. forty days and forty nights. When and they all went up unto another
UNF's own three ring circus, the they had returned to the camp, holy mountain, where they
The president answered the the president spoke unto all the remained forty days and nights.
General Assembly, put on its people, saying, "We cannot go to people.
the Land of Milk and Honey
premiere performance of the Fall unless everyone has a camel. "Breed now all the camels, that When they had returned to the
Behold, it is an exceedingly long they may multiply. Let all those camp, the president said unto all
Quarter last week. journey, and those who must without camels tend the herds of the people, "Hearken unto me.
In the first ring new members and travel on foot shall surely young camels, and let camels be The solution to our problem is at
perish." wages for thosewhotend them." hand, but it will bring us a
measure of sorrow for a time."
many faculty and administration And all those who had camels And those who owned camels measure of for a t
performed. Their act was entitled said, "Nay, but those who are said, "Yea, one camel a year." Then all the people hardened
fittest shall surely live. Only the their hearts, saying that the
"I'm here, Don't I really look weak will perish, and they must But those who had no camels president had deceived them.
be allowed to perish, for they are said, "Nay, but for a year's labor And some among them smote the
involved, See how eloquently I can unfit. Thus is it written by the we must receive four camels." president, so that he died. And
speak. prophet Darwin." And they disputed for many days, the people were afraid, and said
until it came to pass that the to one another, "Behold, our
St enter ring holing th But those who had no camels controversy waxed exceedingly president is dead. Who now shall
In the center ring, holding the said, "It is not right that some bitter. lead us to the Land of Milk and
spotlight for the entire performance should go to the Land of Milk and Honey?
Honey while some are left to Then a wise man came forth
was Ringmaster Roy Lassiter. His act perish: If everyone in the tribe and said unto those who owned And all the people set upon
cannot make the journey, let us many camels, "for the sake of one another, and there followed a
was entitled "This is my show and I'II all remain here in the desert." peace, will you give a man two great battle, wherein many were
camels for a year's labor?" And slain. But there was another tribe
run it as I please." And the president said to those they answered, "Yea, for the in that part of the wilderness; and
Performing in the third ring were who had many camels, "It would sake of peace." hearing the noise of battle, they
be good and proper if you would came over unto the camp to see
those few members who really hoped give of your extra camels so that And the wise man said unto what had come to pass.
we may all go to the Land of Milk those who had no camels, "Will
to get something done. Their act was and Honey." you not accept this offer, that we Now when they perceived that
may begin our journey to the the people slew one another, they
poorly organized and a complete But they answered, "Nay, for Land of Milk and Honey? For hid themselves. And it came to
failure because the Ringmaster these camels belong to us being when we arrive there you will no pass, after the battle was ended,
.ourrelard for thope livangsn st ngeurewd f M~. fo..,any that there were naught but a few
refused to allow the spotlight to leave hard work. Thus is it written by camels. person defend the camp.
the prophet Calvin."
the center ring, even for a moment. And they answered, "Behold, Then the other tribe came and
enter ring, even r a m menSo the president said, "Let indeed we are no nearer to that took unto themselves all the
Overall, the entire performance those who have no camels work Land than when we began our camels, and compelled all the
for you, that they may earn some dispute. Yea, let us reach our people to be their slaves. For the
WaS a poor one. After an hour and a of your camels by proper living agreement and begin our other tribe had no desire to ride
half, members in the first ring closed and hard work." But they journey." camels to the Land of Milk and
answered, "We have no work for Honey.
ha mem ers in e irst ring eee e he o o o But after they had jour-
their act and disappeared. The them to do." neyed for a year, and while DOUG SHAVER
Ringmaster lost his script and was The Trouble With Nuclear Power
unable to perform the finale. The
members in the third ring seemed to From listening to the many (3) leakage at the storage sites. Maybe it's because the wealthy,
businessmen, realtors, bankers, All of these accidents have conservative bankers, realtors,
be putting on some kind of and others who are putting their happened before and could and businessmen who own and
full support behind OPS and also happen again right here in control the local papers stand to
performance but without micro- trying to help JEA purchase Jacksonville. reap great monetary benefits if
several of these offshore units, the OPS operation is successful.
phones or spotlight, it was difficult to one wouldn't know of the dangers Some of the harmful effects to According to Bruce Doueck, a
ma e o t t what they w e ing that exist with the development of humans from exposure to these local conservationist and member
make out just what they were doing. nuclear power plants. substances are increased infant of the Sierra Club, The Florida
Ladies and gentlemen of the mortality, increased birth defects, Times-Union illegally refused to
f th According to Bruce Doueck, and a higher incidence of cancer. run an ad sponsored by a local
audience, this is a poor way to run a head of the local conservation As more and more of these plants physician which asked opponents
committee of the local Sierra are put into operation the danger of OPS to get together and speak
circus, much less a university. W e Club, and from mounting of the above hazards greatly out against the Westinghouse-
information from leading scien- increases. These nuclear wastes Tenneco venture at the public
must have a democratic form of tists and doctors, nuclear power is are so deadly that 100 per cent hearings held in the civic
not safe at the present time, and safety would have to be auditorium.
government on our campus now. there are many dangers that guaranteed in order for us to be
exist with the development of safe. This is something that the Apparent non-concern over the
The Plan for Self-Governing nuclear power and nuclear power nuclear industry can't guarantee dangers of nuclear power by
Associations and a University Senate plants. at all. In fact, according to the Jacksonville supporters could
Price-Anderson Act the liability of stem from 1 of 2 main reasons:
with Limited powers is such a form of The dangers from these plants these companies is limited should (1), these supporters are
exist in several forms of nuclear an accident occur. ignorant of the possible dangers
government. UNF is not a circus and pollution. The plants are powered or (2), they know of the possible
by radioactive materials and Many national groups have dangers but are short sighted and
cannot continue to be run like one. therefore large amounts of formed to inform the people ofthe place more value on a short term
radioactive materials and dangers of nuclear power and to monetary gain than on the future
Therefore each of us must support wastes are produced. These keep nuclear power plants out of welfare of the people.
wastes such as Strontium 90, are their communities. Among this
this plan. The General Assembly in among the most deadly sub- long list of groups which oppose Let's hope that most of these
its present form is not working and stances known to man. Plutoni- the nukes are the Nader people fall into the first category
S present orm i no ring an um, with a half-life of 24,400 organizations, Congress Watch and that they will quickly realize
can never work.W demand change years, maintains a high potency and Public Citizen, the Sierra the dangers of nuclear power,
for tens of thousands of years. Club, and the Audubon Society. and drop their support of OPS.
now. The health and welfare of all
There are three main types of Why haven't we heard future generations, as well as this
dangers in handling these anything about the danger of one, are at stake. In this field of
irly Cor n wastes: (1) leakage into the nuclear power from the local nuclear energy there is no room
Shirley Corbin environment, (2) loss during the FLORIDA TIMES UNION or for mistakes.
Editorial Page Editor transporting of substances, and JACKSONVILLE JOURNAL? DAVID QUEEN

Page 8 October 30 1974 THE HALYARD

GA Discuss Felon Admissions
TIM DURDENGN There are 3987 students this fall universities. Dr. L.J. Lipkin and sion followed leaving many of items. Nominations for the
Halyard Staff Writer as compared to 3156 last year. Dr. S. DeLue proposed the aspects unclear as to the. student positions on the commit-
Sa following revised policy to the conditions which a felon may be tee were taken as were the
Items on the agenda to be assembly: "TheBoard of Regents receivedin the university system. nominations for the career service
The General Assembly of covered. were: election of Vice directs that any applicant who at and faculty positions. A secret
University of North Florida met Chairperson, election of Nomina- the time of application for ballot vote was taken with the
Thursday October 17 at noon. A ting Committee, recommendation admission to a university at any The next item discussed was results not reported at the
capacity crowd of 175 consisting concerning allocation of Activities level, including undergraduate, the election of the Vice meeting. After the nominations
of members, both student and and Service fees to the Halyard professional, and graduate stud- Chairperson, which is a student were made, the meeting was
faculty, and spectators, were (James M. Green, Student ies, is a convicted felon and has position. Nominations were adjourned.
present. Affairs Committee), and a not yet had his or her civil rights made, and a vote was taken
resolution concerning the Board restored will not be considered for leaving Bill Medlin from the The agenda concerning the
Dr. Roy L. Lassiter, Vice of Regents (BOR) Policy admission to any academic College of Arts and Sciences, and Halyard appropriations item
President of the University, governing admission of convicted program for which there are more Ralph Decicco from the College of concerning allocation of activities
presided over the approximately felons to state universities Dr. qualified applicants than places." Business Administration in a and service fees, was not
hour and a half long meeting.Las- L.J. Lipkin and Dr. S. DeLue. runoff position. Another vote was discussed even though it was on
sister opened the meeting by taken naming Bill Medlin to the the agenda.
giving general statistics concern- The first item discussed was Various questions were asked, position.
ing U.N.F.'s enrollment. He the resolution concerning the some wanted clarification of The General Assembly has its
stated that the enrollments here BOR policy governing admission terms, and others wanted Elections of the Nominating next meetings scheduled for
are up 23 per cent over last year. of convicted felons to state interpretations. A debate-discus- Committee were next on the list November 7, and December 4.

II, ..

UNF Sailing Club Stays Busy

By PAUL TOWNSEL year. The club's commodore, According to Mr. Handres, at the club boasts 150 signed members. techniques, an intermediate and
Halyard Staff Writer Nick Handres, stated that the sails, the members bring their advanced sailing class with racing
club's objectives are to give those own boats and lunches to Mr. Handres also stated that techniques. He eventually plans
Most people are not aware of interested in the art of sailing the Graham's Boatyard (on the St. Student Activities has approved to get into navigation, meteor-
the University of North Florida's opportunity to participate and Johns river) and have a lot of fun. the purchase of four small ology and hydroaero dynamics.
student organizations like the learn, sailboats which should be at the The club also plans to hold a
Sailing Club which is one of the Mr. Handres gives two classes clubs disposal by the this contest, open to all students, to
most active clubs at UNF. The club has already had three in basic sailing on Wednesai qldte.;' name the new boats. They are
sails. The first two were during and Thursdays at noon in building also planning a christening party
The Sailing Club was organized the summer quarter and they 8, room 1101. Both classes cover Next quarter Mr. Handres and demonstration. This event,
in the summer quarter of this have sailed once this quarter, the same material weekly. The plans to teach, along with basic is open to all students.
________________ The Halyard
From Page 1 The Halyard
"a convenient WT NEED Editor and General Manager
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E.T. York SA 1 SOMETHING... Assoc. Pro. WJ. Roach
the un-bank E --To sell? Ecuiv Edit
student monies on their respec- a great -- To b y? Ron Fnberg
tive campuses and stated that he place to Maning Editor
thought students were fully borrow", t Lookhg for o e, ook a e, a car? M
capable of competently handling Daw Brun
these monies and were becoming f Buin Manager
more and more involved in adverYW ig in
university governance. He said
that how long this authority V THE I AL YARDV S
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On the question of collective cred i t u nio n ------- Frank Stanfleld Stephen W. Holland
On the question of collective cred it u i on
bargaining he said, "I see some writing staff
potential problems depending h s h a d "credit unions are financially Classified Ads Timoth Durden, Wiam Hare,
potential for injury to the type of h sound savings and lending Sandra L. L'Etone, Mike Malone,
collegiability that has been part of institutions designed to 1974 Volkswagons--low mileage
the process. Yet, it's a law. There DEMOS. See Frank Stanton at David Queen. Pm Stone,
is a law authorizing it, if people m p meet the Tom Bush Volkswagon 9850
wantit Atlantic Blvd. Published every other week by
special needs of a specific the members of the News-
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He said that the official policy L all school employees in baker, Recorder. Several Tape Excel- University of North Florida for
is to sit back and wait. He wants L o a a yall members of the UNF
to see first bow it is handled clay and duval coun- 268-2283 Jack Hartje. community. Opinions express-
before taking an official stand. < f ties as well as ed in this newspaper are not
Sin Ce 1 members of their necessarily the opinion of the
.university or its officials.
Throughout the two-hour long families who live in This publ document was Offices located in room 2401,
meeting Dr. York did not answer the same promulted at an estima building 3 at the University of
all questions to the satisfaction of promulgated an estimated
all questions to the satisfaction of household." cost oflleper copy to Inform North Florida, St. John's Bluff
the audience, but jotted down YOuv students, faculty, career Road South, P.O. Box 17074,
notes on the subjects for future service, and administrative Jacksonville, Florida 32216.
reference. should join and professional staff about Telephone: (904) 646-2817.
activities affecting the univer- Represented nationally by
nl National Educational Adver-
York assumes office next year yOUr sity community. tinal caina ver
and indicated that he hopes to use y xingto erve, New Yorkc., 360
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Lquia Taie 066ee AIe1 UL4avus&e Cmtwodb

BY RICKY CREWS Your article against the General trivia can take a very long time. ,ne in which feed-back from the Elmo Killroy
Halyard Staff Writer Assembly completely ruined my This is wonderful training for students could better be heard,
day. students who plan to go into U.S. then too many other students
Concerning my article last How dare you say anything Government jobs. would know who their representa- (The third letter was trans-
issue which was somewhat against the General Assembly; It I also think it is a good thing tives were. Then I wouldn't be cribed from a tape).
unfavorable toward the present is our government! The General that the General Assembly only one of the few.
General Assembly, I wish to offer Assembly is to UNF what Nixon has to meet once a quarter. The
equal time to other points of view. was to America. It was people like meetings are therefore long, dull, All in all, the General General Assembly, and let me say
With thatiin mind, here are some
With that in mind, here are some you that replaced Nixon. It is and can't get much done. That Assembly is a form of this about that. I wish to make it
people like me who would hate to m attending the meetings and government that I can be happy crystal clear that your General
(The first letter written in red eblythe present finding out what decisions are with. Obviously, some others Assembly is not a crook. Make no
ink on white and blue paper.) being made (if by some chance can mistake about it, I like the way
(The first letter written in red Assembly. being made (if by some chance can't. mistake about it, I like the way
ink on white and blue paper.) With any other form of one is made). That way if your General Assembly works.
Dear Ricky, government, I'm afraid that the someone doesn't agree with Berman Fink
I must tell you that last students would have too much something, they can't rock the Branch Manager for J. Birch We must put this criticism of
Wednesday you completely say in UNF policies. With the boat. Even if they did, the Society. the General Assembly behind us
ruined my day. I was sitting in my General Assembly the way it is General Assembly has the and get on with the more serious
truck admiring my "Wallacev now, responsible administrators wonderful authority to keep (The second letter was written business of running the univer-
flag flapping on the end of my CB can guide our thinking and policy non-members from having the in color crayon) sity. Your (expletive deleted)
antenna, listening to my favorite making without allowing too floor. That is what I call yon. article is merely another plot of
Loretta Lynn tape, and thinking much say from the individual democratic, the liberal press that causes some
about the pot of grits Bertha was student. I personally feel a closeness to Dear Ricky, of so much trouble. The General
cooking at home. My only care in Another good thing about the the present General Assembly. I Assembly should fight this thing
the world was not drooling any General Assembly is that it is am one of the few people on I like the General Assembly. I and not resign.
tobacco juice on my new boots. very slow. It will never do campus who actually knows a like it good. It shouldn't change
Then I noticed a copy of the anything without due consider- student representative. If there because I like it. I also like the Unsigned
Halyard lying on the seat beside ation -- plenty of due consider- were some form of government nice nurse who write for me what Sam Clemente
me and decided to look through it. ation. Even the most insignificant with more open discussions, or I tell her.
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Editor: issue of the Halyard. To the best report their number of applicat- The troupe sang. They danced, to feel when, at the end of Friday
of my knowledge, UNF graduates ions. When the state tabulates And then they began to pamper night's performance our warm
I would like to know why the in education have had no the total number of applications, paranoias, nurturing notions of feelings toward the individual
bookstore, which is supposed to difficulty in securing teaching the result implies there were 100 persecution. "Work -- how performers urged us to applaud,
be a non-profit organization is positions. Prospective teachers applicants for 10 jobs, when in demeaning!" they projected. while our objection at being
filled to the brim with cosmetics, desiring employment may be reality there were 10 applications Workers, the troupers reminded duped stole all pleasure from the
jewelry, non-required books, unemployed due to their lack of for 10 jobs. us by their lyrics and their duos.
t-shirts, and, other paraphernalia mobility. The majority of UNF McGuire said the state should mechanical-as-clockwork move- JASON SELPH
such as Bridget's Diet Book and education 'majors -registered in stop 'depending so heavily.-on ments, are sometimes required to Editor:
nude posters when half of the the Cooperative Educaiton and national trends. He said, "Our perform repetitive- tasks. How
textbooks have not arrived. Placement Center indicate that burgeoning population makes us distressingly Were it not for the With reference to the article in
they desire to remain in the unique. While other states report rules made and conditions your Oct. 16 issue about the new
Today is Monday, October 21, Jacksonville area. Some even to decreasing enrollment, Florida created by the capitalist oppress- UNF Bus service, I like to make a
1p.m. At 6 p.m. I have a the extent that they will work only can't. This year, the trend toward ors we could each of us, it may be few comments.
mid-term exam and the text book in the southside area of fewer first graders reversed and it presumed, be continuously crea- It is indeed a waste that in
just came in but they can't find Jacksonville. Follow-up studies, could produce a severe teacher tive, ever free from any trace of these days of energy, fuel and
it!!! that are continually in process, shortage by 1978." boredom in an ongoing orgy of money shortages only five to
indicate that of the 211 education self-actualization. seven students ride the College-
indicate that of the 211 education CAROL ANN BOYLES The troupers sang and danced,
I have overheard some of the graduates registered in the CAR A The troupers sang and danced, Park-N-Ride Special. Although
explanations as to why there is a Cooperative Education and Place- Director ofPlacement and told us more. Be of service Dr. Coy, .Jan of students, feels
shortage of books in many classes mentCenter, 83 were placed in a and Cooperative Education and you will be judged servile by that lack of knowledge of this
such as unexpected over- school systems are contacted DEAR PATRICK HENRY our society, they old ust service is one reason for its poor
abundance of enrolled students. regarding possible teacher candi- if you like, but n willrespect utilization by students, I think
However, the first week of classes dates. You really laid it on us, Man. you for it, we were assured there may be one other, more
I overheard the woman who We attended the Free Street Better not to demean yourself important reason for the lack of
orders the books telling an One professor in Florida, who Theatre Friday night, and what with work. Better to live on passengers.
instructor that they cut the books has spent 27 years teaching fun it was -- for a while. The welfare which is demeaning, of
on order because they often don't teachers and helping them get performers were talented course, but only because there is Has anyone ever taken a survey
sell all of them and they lose jobs, reported recently in an enough, and were imbued with an not more of it. of who and when a student would
money. But why should they cut article in the Florida Times Union infectious enthusiasm. They sang There is an element of validity be interested in this service
required course books by half that a reported school teacher and they danced, and we swayed in every complaint you make, before scheduling the one and
when it won't be offered until the surplus in Florida is a myth. Dr. in rhythm and applauded Patrick Henry. But we cannot be only run of the bus? Take for
spring term and most people have Vince McGuire, a public school vigorously, grateful for your message. Why example my case. I am a
to take it now? education specialist at the housewife, mother of two young
to take it now? education specialist at the Children from the audience should we be? And why should housewife, mother of two young
I understand the bookstore Florida imported 6,200 teachers were brought up on the stage to we, like you, constantly theatri- boys, who, in order to take three
should possibly break even but I this public school year, and tel stories. The children cast cie the negative when there are c courses, drives 200 miles each from the UNF
don't understand why the orders probably will have to do the same members of the performing so many positive things each ofus. I surely would prefer to
should be cut and why all the junk each of the next five years. I think troupe as characters in their us, in his own small way, can be campus. gasoline money and
should be sold. Could it be it is appropriate to quote this stories, and the performers doing? save all that gasoline money and
because Mr. Weitsen's last job article in its entirety, animated and improvised in their On the contrary, some of us are put it towards my tuition or
was se Mr.lling shoes and not job a article nys entirety. roles, as the children's yarns resentful. The university com- textbooks. Why do I not use the
was selling shoes and not in any a ac unfolded. munity contributed financial bus? Because I cannot leave my
way connected with a school or its "Florida loses 8,000 teachers The children were precocious support for your performance house at 7:30 a.m. and let my
resignations and retirement and and delightful story weavers. The The contributors were, it seems, children go off to school by
Another thing is the cost. new teachers because of the performers responded with ob- unaware of your intent to deliver themselves. The earliest class I
University of Florida's bookstore state's growth," he said. vious enjoyment. Apparently, your "social message." Had the can ever attend begins at 9:45
and FJC all have many of the states growth" he saidthey loved children, and they donors been apprised of your a.m., and I am not alone in this
and bost a haper os the demonstrated their affection by intent, there is doubt they would situation. There are many of my
same books at a cheaper cost. I Colleges in the state are enthusiastically doing whatever have chosen to subsidize your classmates and friends who have
know because I had to shop there producing about 8,000 new required attempt asocial plosophizg, the same circumstances.
for many of this term's books. I teachers annually, McGuire said, each child's story required. attempt at social philosophizing,
wonder if anything can be done. but only 5,000 or so actually take And we in the audience loved since you had (and still have) no i like to make a suggestion.
ELLYN M. DAVENPORT teaching jobs. The rest get the performers because they visible credentials to recommend Why not ask each student at
ELLYNtu DAVENPORT married ete graduate schl, loved children. So there we all you, save the name of a famous registration time if and when he
S married, enter graduate school, registration time if and when he
move out of the state or become were, interacting, having great patriot, or she would use the bus. With
disillusioned with the profession. and innocent fun, our love for Curiosity requires that we the help of the computer we can
Editor each other, one and all, warming inquire about the name you find very quickly the greatest
As far as I know, there is no McGuire blamed reports about our breasts againstt the Nor'east choose to be known by. Patrick number of students and the most
evidence to support Frank a teacher surplus on a wind. Henry, no less? Are you, indeed, requested time fo the bus service,
Stanfield's statement, "Colleges misconception of statistics. And then the odor of political a patriot, or just a plagiarist and based on thosefigures the
and universities such as UNF are motive made itself smelt, posing? We forgive your folly, for routes should be scheduled.
cranking out an oversurplus of "For example," he said, "10 insidious at first, just a mild it fools no one.
teachers each year," which was teachers apply for 10 jobs in 10 muscat; heavier then, a blatant It is more difficult to forgive DORIS MANUKIAN
written in the October 2, 1974 counties. These 10 counties garlic fearing no recoil. you for the anguish you caused us Student

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