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Title: Halyard
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Creator: University of North Florida
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Publication Date: February 26, 1975
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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plain view of passerbys, and locate the three specimens.
A source who wished to remain apparently unknown to university
anonymous, tTin thee consaituen officials, iaudn ding the campus -Cannabis -sativa grows in
the whereabotsofoe. Srthe pole.. 1persodelick J. Ridaught temperate zones and is found in
lanty s afteward the Jr., UNPepolice spokesman tsaid, North America, South America,
ar di d to mor "Wehe never to my knowledge Asia and Africa. Sa student
semblyto vote r. 13

'Cn th ideaon proaosa goes to
By DOUG SHAVER Yesterday, copies of th Affairs (SA) Committee of the the Student Government Associa- university theatrical productions
proposed constitution were distri proposed Student Government tion (SGA) was written by Green as ena example.
GA) butd to all GA members. For the Association. and Bozeman. One of the
Constitution Committee has next two neeks A commitate standing committees to be formed After further debate Mongar
completed its draft obers, wil be available to Represetation for a&p was under the document would be the introduced a motion to amend the
e Feb. 13. At that tifte the This committee will have, committee The amendment

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Page 2 February 26, 1975 THE HALYARD

Project Hold: Faut Ioe

Helps students stay in school
Brown talks on Black History
Student Dr. Iris G. Brown, department of health and physical education,
spoke February 12 at Edward Waters College during the annual
UNF's commitment to serving Black History Festivities. Dr. Brown related the many contributions
the local community is reflected made by blacks to the development of all areas of endeavors
in a new program, "Project extending from great African empires through early American
Hold." The federally funded history to the present.
experimental program concen-
trates on the potential high school Mitchell appears on 'Midday
Project Director Jim Corbett, Dr. Robert L. Mitchell, department of continuing education,
calls the project a drop-out appeared on WJXT-channel 4's "Midday" program of Feb. 6 He
prevention program designed to discussed UNF's continuing education and community services
"assist the school and community program.
in the desegregation process.'' Bankers hear ery
The 150 junior and senior high Bankers hear Perry speech
school students participating are
kown as likesl to students the
known as marginal students -- the photos by Doris Manukian Dr. Joseph M. Perry, department of economics, spoke at the Jan.
ones most likely to drop out f 23 meeting of the Mortgage Banking Association of Jacksonville.
school. His topic was "Input-Output Analysis and Mortgage Banking."
Funded by the Emergency
School Aid Act, the grant was On Jan. 29 he appeared on WJCT-channel 7's "Feedback"
written by Dr. Andrew Robinson, program. On Feb. 4 and 5 he participated in a conference on the
associate dean of the College of regulation and management of public utilities, held by the Public
Education, who serves as Utility Research Center at the University of Florida. He presented
principle investigator for the papers on electricity demand forecasting.
Although the program directly Blackburn addresses seminar
involves the local school system,
the funding source preferred an
organization like UNF to sponsor :Dr. I'Laura Blackburn,. department of psychology, addressed a
it. cardiovascular seminar for nurses held Feb. 4 and 5 at the Orange
Three project staff members Park Holiday Inn. Her topic was "Psychological Reaction to
are assigned to each school Stroke."
Jackson and Paxon senior highs Straub speaks to Duval teachers
and Kirby-Smith Junior High.
They conduct weekly hour-long Mrs. Gloria Straub, math educator and a director of student
individual conferences, group teaching at-the UNF College of Education, was guest speaker at the
discussions, field trips and home. mid-winter meeting of the Duval County Council of Teachers of
visits to determine the reasons for The goals of the project include we're doing the best thing that Mathematics, February 13. She spoke on new activities for junior_
the students' apathy. fewer referrals for misconduct, comes along." and senior high school mathematics classes.
fewer suspensions, fewer un- attend meeting
The students were chosen excused absences and higher Although Corbett said they 3 attend special ed meeting
because of their high number of grade point averages. hope'the project will be refunded, Drs. Robert Sindzinski, Clint Van Nagel and Joseph Sedlak of
discipline referrals, suspensions, he said, "We don't want them the
truancies and low grade point (the students) to grow to depend special education department attended a conference of the State
averages. Thier:ie .ar equall o tCouncil of I tat Orlan4doFe1,314. nw tet
-wmmbers cif bka m alnes ernieeriin"t1s~ f -$e 6-X6 feel A-ore positlvely about ative o ire nations
and females in the group. tudes was, "As the kids say, themselves." Programs for Exceptional Children."

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THE HALYARD February 26, 1975 Page 3
Woodson's dream becomes reality

Black History Week observed

Student Staff Writer
In 1926 the late Dr. Carter G. 1 Areviving of the past, a display
Woodson ori inated-Negro His- ..e of the present, and the
tory Week as a periJ sei aside to aspirations of the future all
honor great achievements of characterize the internationally
black people to the development recognized Black History Week.
of civilization. Until his death in the thir os ti
1950 Dr. Woodson, one of the Fothe third consecutive ear
historians, was the founder andtudent ere

Uf nie ad States leadig b U Fe s h ass d ho nor. Bro w a Hiso ry-
director of the National Associ- pointing out the contributions of
director of the National ss oci-it
nation for the study of Negro Life the black community. This year it
was organized by the Black
and Histoy. Student Union under the direction
As editor of the organiaton's of Dr. Iris Brown, advisor for the
As editor of the organization's .Union. -BSU president 'Leroy
publications, the Negro History Brown. and stud ents Phili
Bulletin and the Journal of Negro Brown and students Phili
History, Dr.. Woodson success- as;imte aneDr. Brown.a hi
fully spread the knowledgeiof the a DrBol
accomplishments of black people. stam hto by eve Lwy SOME OF the highlights of the
Among other achievements in his, week's celebration included a
life, this helped ean him the tribute to Eartha M. White,
title, "The Father of Negro featuring the William, Raines
History." chorus;' Mr. Samuel Demps, a
aHiretorhat a Ta guest speaker from" the Equal
THE IMPORTANCE of a Negro Opportunity Employment, Office;
History Week (now Black'History Artist Jerry Pinkney; UNF's
Week) was magnified in 1926 for rosalyn King and the Drop In
two main reasons. One reason IA Performers; and a fashion show
was that Practical classes in black featuring the latest 'in black
history were non-existan t excet apparel.
in a few black institutions. ; Black History Week was first
The other reason was the social officially recognized in 1926. It

The other reason was the social was t through the efforts of Carter
degradation black people suffered Woodson, known as the "father
at that time. The social, of black history,'- that the
economical and political position movement came about, said
black people held in 1926 made Brown. In the 1920's, Woodson
the knowledge of achievements started a magazine in an attempt
by black people important for the to publicize the contributions
promotion of black pride and. black people had made in
dignity. cAmerica.
Today, in our, progressive age, W- ... He created Black History Week
Black History Week should serve oto provide a means to present
as a reminder of contributions wha a ad produced
of bl
days'. of' uleTplOynent at its from Harvard.
highest in urban ghettoes, white BLACK HISTORY-, WEEK is
SM PRiE_ inoent celebrated during the week of
February 9-16, mainly on school
widespread police brutality, campuses. However, other organ-
Black History Week should open izations and some businesses also
our eyes to the great achieve- support it, said Brown.
ments yet to be made in our t The tribute'to Eartha White
constant fight to end racism. was in honor and recognition of
her outstanding contributions in
Tanzler will palk the community, said Veronica
Tanzler will talk White. "As we all know, history
accounts for past events. Through
on campus past events we can better
C understand the present and
qabetter predict future events," she
M ar. 4Bio said. Opening remarks at the
.... i/i" ). Ct I concert were given by Dean
UNF is sponsoring an open J1M A W Ads't. Darwin Coy, followed. by the
By MARCELLA PRICE house during registration week in Raines chorus singing "Lift Every
aatciae Onnntn holdto performed
StaffWriter which BCM wil participate. On O Roommate--female, to share Voice and Sing.''
February 26, 10:00-4:00 p.m., two-bedroom house in Arlington Rosalyn King brought the Drop
Mayor Hans Tanzler will speak and February 27, 4:00 with large fenced-in yard. $75 In Performers on campus as part
M ao hns an ak and February ei7,o 4:00 p.m;-8"30 ti id mo. & p/ utltes--744-2596, of Black History Wee_. Ms. King
on campus Tuesday, March 4 p.m., members will be available ua i OR
(Bldg. 9 12:15 p.m.).o H e will in the TV room of the library to is the manager of this group of
discuss how being a Christian explain the organization and its PIoet W.D. Snodgrass will hold students from Paxon Senior High
affects his public life. objectives twopo readings on the UNF 1972 Cobia 18 VBR with 1973 School who form a part of UNF's
i p ccampus as part of the Writing Johnson 115 h.p. and Highlander Project Hold. They give free
His topic, "LMoral Issues in BCM meetings are held twice a Contest sponsored by the trailer, garage-kept, like new. performances upon request.
Professional Life," is the first in a month. The next one on campus Academic Enrichment and 'Skills $3100. Call eves. and weekends According to Brown, UNF will be
series of speeches on Christianity will be March 18, Bldg. 3, Room Center. 744-5308. bringing them back on campus
and professional life which are 1301. Anyone interested is is invited sometime in April.
being sponsored by Baptist to attend, and any suggestions The readings will be held on
Campus Ministry (BCM). *A are welcome. Thursday the 27 at noon and I s1rc$
question-and-answer period will Friday the 28 at 7:30 p.m. in
follow his talk.h perform ers eBuilding c b -a 9, Room 1241P a i Each ofc
The Baptist Campus Ministry is discussion ,period. Pl us "' -
to'foster fellowship and minister per- SNODGRASS JIAS taught Plxilass Sheets
to all people in there campus English literature at Cornell, A
community. Its officers are Gene The "Drop-In" Performers Rochester and Wayne State Rods TUbes
Megowan, Jo Johnson and Jacki from Paxon Senior High School universities and is presently Cements etc.
Crandall. The Rev. Bill Stroup is appeared on campus Thursday, teaching at Syracuse University. '"Cutom F Mication
director and coordinator for the February 13 at noon in the Bldg. 9
group, and Gerry Young is auditorium.. In 1958 he was a Hudson YOU design it we make it
.student director on campus. Review Fellow in Poetry and has Bong Supplies
Most of the 1~5 players, al also received a grant from the a UPlastics
THE PROFESSIONAL singing Paxon students, are members of National Institute of Arts and K g I
group "The Liberated Wailing Project Hold. This federal project, Letters.
Wall," who visited UNF Feb. 6, conducted at three local high ,582 Nixon Street 387-0439
was sponsored by the BCM. schools but headquartered at He has published two volumes Weekda# 8 S Sat. 0 i2
UNF's Department of Adminis- of poetry, Aftei; Experience and W e y 8- 5 Sa 8- 12
The organization is planning tration and Supervision, is a Heart's Needle which is the book 10% discount with this ad' *6 purchase
prayer groups and other activities preventive program for potential which won him the Pulitzer prize d
to promote fellowship on campus. dropouts. in 1960. -Nlakeup 1__Fteete l btl n and M my

Page 4 February 26, 1975 -THE HALYARD

UNF will renew Library skills workshop

vending contracts continues throughMar. 20
By MARCELLA PRICE UNDER THE new contracts, By BONNIE JOSEPH publicized early. More signs were
Staff Writer UNF will assume the garbage, Staff Writer posted and another article sent to
,sewage and utility expenses. The the Halyard, which again was not
UNF will renew its food and university will waive its profit A Library Skills Workshop printed.
vending contracts with Eastern percentage of gross sales for one -sponsored by the Academic "The people who would have
Foods, the only company to put in year under the food contract, but Enrichments and Skills Center read about it in the Halyard might
bids for the service. The new will receive its percentage in the began January 27 and continues have taken it," she said. There
contracts with negotiated revi- vending contract. through March 20. The sessions, are ten people in the non-credit
sions become effective April 1. Hntaught by assistant librarian course this quarter--five in each
sions become effective April Hancock indicated that instead Erma Daise, are held in the session.
According to Ward Hancock, of canceling food service on library every Monday and
Director of Administrative Ser- campus altogether or changing to Thursday from 12:00-1:30 p.m., Mrs. Daise said, "Students
Director of oAdministrative Ser-ivendingionlynUNFris-sacrif
vices, the university advertised vend only, UNF is sacrificeg and are open to the UNF who feel that we don't have
for food venders and contacted its percentage. community anything in the library or who
other colleges to solicit a possible Food service will be on a deli The i can't find what they're looking for
list of bidders. Five food system. A variety of hot oa sop are the ones who need this
contractors showed some interest syste .A vanity o hot ren Ms. Joan Evans, course.
ontrtos service, bt Estern o sandwiches and cold plates will retor of the Academic
in the service, but Eastern Foods be offered instead of daily Enrichment and Skills Center, "'ve found that students do
was the only bidder. entrees. A study of food service mentioned to -Mrs. Daise that not like to ask for help because
HANCOCK EXPLAINED that hours s planned so that an students wanted to learn how to they feel stupid about it. They
Ns 4-day week and its l operation schedule can be geared use the library. They decided to don't want to admit that they do
UNolume of food sales helped to patrons' needs, said Hancock. offer a course for this purpose. not know. They're not ignorant--
'Volume of food' sales helped not know. They're not ignorant--
discourage bidding. APO commences THE WORKSHOP was offered they're just unaware."
Eastern Foods' bid was not i for the first time last quarter. THE FIRST session of the
acceptable to the university as membership drive Mrs. Daise said, "We figured course includes an introduction to
submitted, although, according to h_ p oy people were the library and the card catalog.
Hancock, it "reflected what was Alpha Phi Oma*ri ah to tli they'd just The second class is devoted to
wa Arush to the course, but we only .periodicals and their use in
honestly needed by the vender. Chapter .at- UNF, a national had about five p people. erc an teir e
Negotiations began and revisions service fraternity, is interested in research paper writing.
in the contract were made. all students who wish to be of "A lot of people just ddidn't The third andfourth deal with
"Fortunately, the service to the university. hear about it until we were into using the periodical indexes and
"Fortunately, the vender has Membership meetings will be the third or fourth week of the how to use them in r research. The
shown excellent ethics in dealing held Feb. 27 at 12:10, March 2 at sessions. how to use them in research. The
with the university," Hancock 6:00 p.m. and March 4 at 12:10 i fifth covers Florida and United
said the 6:00ibrary conference 4 at2:1room in "We tried to plan the sessions States Government documents
A isaid. the liby confer e a i during activity period from and their usefulness in the
WAPE slams S.A.M. Amepicatios fo rT t chae 12:00-1:20 p.m. twice a week and .research paper. Interesting and
rmembershiped class are being vitiethat didn't draw people either. essential reference books are
rceiv in tBlg. 1St, Rom 120A 1 by We put up signs and even sent an discussed in the sixth class.
87-76 Office Argento. 10, or 1 furtherby article about the course The Research writing techniques
information For furtr Halyard which didn't get and review evaluation are covered
information call Nolan Wilketson in the seventh and eighth
at 353-9679 or Lowell Lorbeer at in the seventh and eighth
What the Society for the 771-7403. Mrs. Daise thinks that people sessions, conducted by Ms.
Advancement of Management have to feel that they really need Evans. Students are encouraged
(S.A.M.) hoped would be a close Registration forms the course before they will attend to bring in their own research
basketball game at Wolfson Gym it. She said that a lot of people topics and prepare for help in the
4. .a. _, s____e
from WAPE, out to avenge a loss thoughthe know it would help the next time we offer the course,
last year to S.A.M., were well them. the next time we offer the course
prparedthis year. Once again registration for which will be in September, that
prepared this year. current and former UNF students THIS QUARTER, according to we will have better participa-
The game, a benefit for Hope will be accomplished by submit- Mrs. Daise, the course was tion."
Haven Hospital, ended 87-76 in ting a Schedule Request Form to
favor of WAPE. the Student Records Office.
S.A.M. HAD trouble trying to The form can be obtained from
move the ball around for good Student Records and should be
shots, and often missed some submitted during the week of I
short-range attempts. They also February 24-March I. A T.T ST U E T
had difficulty putting a quintet on If a student's schedule is S3 -
the floor who could play well com e wh her ft
together. There were some bad complete it either firs NIGHT CLERICAL POSITIor
alternate choices, ,he will be
passes and shortcomings on notified by mail. The scheduleP S
S.A.M. came out in the second confirmation and fee card must
half with a better zone defense then be picked up at the Student the 3-11
and a vigorous offense. The lead Records Office any time after Immediate openings available on the 3-11pm and 11-7am shifts or:
was cut to seven points a few notification, but before the fee
times with Cary. Williams, Bill payment deadline. COMPUTER SORTER OPERATORS
Merwin and Wolfson recruit John If a student's schedule is COM PUTER SERERA
Setzler getting key baskets, but incomplete, he will be notified by
WAPE responded to increase March 18. The student will then ETTIEM EN T CLER S
their lead to the final 11-point be informed to come on campus to SEIT LEM ENT CLERKS
margin. complete his schedule. S J
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THE HALYARD Febr=uy 26, 1975 Pae 5.

raew monon

Last Saturday ROTC cadets from schools in North Florida
attended a one day field exercise at Camp Blanding.

The exercise was held in preparation for the three day exercise to
"be held next month.

P [Above left and right] Receiving instruction both in the classroom
at UNF and in the field at Camp Blanding.

[Left] A practice grenade explodes during field exercises in

[Right] Practice with the M-14 is essential to the cadet's training.
[Below left and right] Patrolling can sometimes be boring and
then can turn around and require instant alertness.

[Bottom left and right] It is sometimes necessary to obtain help
om a fellow cadet vhyile,apply'nig the camouflage makedi
going on patrol. And once you are fired upon it's not always easy to
find the person doing the firing especially if you're on the ground.

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Maeu byJoy C-dr, ~l ronraa mHr

Page 6- Febrary 26,1975 -THE HALYARD

-----J ac ksronville bridge users still

acksvilles bride e of transportation planning engi- ans are the com Toll Bridge, which cost $952 already been mentioned is $118.8
several completed by tudeata ti neers predict that five additional Turner Butler Blvd proec thousand the Southside Inter- million of the original $135 million
a Depth Reporting Coome at bridges will be required by that ben under the reent change and the 20th Street refinanced in 1963.
UNF. It traces the Impact of the year. issue) which will serve the Expressway. State and Union Where has all the money gone?
city's Crmno t talll bridges aMid -University of North Florida; and a Streets were also rebuilt with this When wil the debt be paid so
reveals plums for- l a lal Plans Still ten- bridge at Dames Point. This money. people can g6 from one side of
Sfive M te f MA ONE thousandvee would be a 14 mile segmentft hh al f the rihtown to wthe other toll free without
tIf bridge weresyst n ith program JA has i n mint The. w tal cost of also pvidd ving t5 mitroug. the middle
flyute w'e ote: of the ore growth ofc bus transportation, ICUDED INtheo tntatiover $60 milluction of the Trout River bonds outstand of downtown to dates has

than 51 million motorists who Btran ton alas are the omlet no of federal governments contributed a
crossed mny one of the fourI n tonal f e Ren s re an servit an additional 23 million. Interest TmnE REVENo does not all io
crossed any one of -the four Blount Island.doesn
ac ill e tll bridges laste bridges a d a th th sue of closeto$30 acquired during the life of that to the bridges, according to
you fare hel licon tbut inin COm lexes million to begin construction, toll mounted to almost $25 Davis. "It is wrong to think that
. It trvenues t t yea brissue) which will almost ertainly Expressway. Sate and issue was the money collected at each
renues. y, Theapreent bon Plans, still ten- bdge at rPoint. tThisotofwthat

A new bond issue become a way of life for all of passed in 1963 and refinanced the brie s htrigt tho pay o thide
But in almost 25 years of Jacksonville's residents. older 1957 issue of S70 million. partilar bride"hsaid The
"gvig"tacquired during the life of that

fare hs pai of oh tirede" ol million will be past 25 years. acquiring revenue for the entire
$iOThef h.5p st ws__h__1__0_boexpressway system--of which- the
The first was. the 1950 bond- j -, b es aredobnly, A paj, Davis
Ssti s eaves those 51 onstruction o the Mathews ifnt )A Y OiOiWi J 5cnlq
million bridge users with over This means that plans are bridge-which cost $11 million $135 million mn e revenue, then, -goes,
$118 million to pay ad a possible already being made to accomo- alone-and some of its conn directly to paying off the bond
25 additional years of the "toll date this traffic and the bridges tons, and the Fuller Warren o refinanced issues, which include more than
plague." will definitely be toll facilities, Bridge, at $5.9 million. Southside the bridges themselves.
according to James H. Davis, Blvd, the Arlington Expressway in 1963, a total of
And it is doubtful that the director of finance and adminis- and a portion of Haines Street $1188 illin Davis said the terms of -the
presentbond is sue will be traction at JTA. Plans are still was also incded in this bond 18.hae Temi n 1s bond agreement--a trust inden-
resset a pattern Dual drivers in the issue was 135 million

allowed to become "paid up" the tentative stages for construct. issue. Total cost for the project Still OUtStanding ture--must be strictly adhered to.
fcm to p. mi"iido"n rioin will be past 2on5 years," acquiring revenue for the entire

before it is refinanced. tion of the additional five bridges came to $38.3 million. However, i provision of the bond
and adjoining complexes. Davis the state contributed $10.3 indenture is that all revenues
ACCORDING TO statistics emphasized the fact that the million for -10 which crosses the TH AIAH HART ri collected from tolls must be put
obtained by th Jacksonville plans are tentative-that nothing fuller Warren Bridge. In all, $8.2 toward paying off the principle on
Transportation Authority (JTA), has been proposed and no funds million in interest was paid over c n $ 81 million on a yrl basis," he said. "And to
six bridges were accommodating have been appropriated. the lifone--and soe of this b issue. ce- t a make sure JTA k eeps its endo
215 thousand cars per year in But a fourth bond issue of iibr s lion, was the main interest of is the bg in a tud stee is
1972. By 1990 at least 500 approximately 281 to 321 million IN 1957 the accent was on what this issue. alsoincluded appointed to insure that all
is now the Interstate System. In transactions areproperly carried
present bond issue will bethat year the 1950 bond issue constructionsagreement--a trust main roas anden-
remillion was passed. IndsofO$50 providing $5 million to each of the TOTAL INTEREST paid from
awed t eme pai pand i95 were built under this yet ounty commits s fr the outset ofthe bond issue is $56
newer bond issue, wit th e state roads in their areas. million. That is over five million
Applications due for poli-sci internships providing 10 percent of the The total cost for the projects dollars per year paid in interest
5 toad caos r construction cost f r both these under this issue was $86.6 charges over the past 10 years.
graduation requirements should contact George deTarnowsky to fill
out applications for the spring quarter. Call 646-2548 or Bdg. 9,properly carried
Roomconstuctionsof mainroads and out" Davis added.

Student teachers told to await notices issue was REVENUE VEHIDuvaCLES TOLL REVENUECounty,
All applications for student teaching have been submitted to percent of th Dec. 1974 Dec. 1973 Dec. 1974 Dec.llars per year paid in interest
participating counties. Notifications will be set to accetedunder this issue was 6.6 charges over the past years.
students after March 1. All pertinent information including A E BRIDGE 1,0 1,3 8,02 2,
placement and directing teachers wio l be included. Please do not call R RIE 1,018,249 385,54 299,2 251,
the student teaching office for this informationISAIAH HART 621,131 599,789 144,183 139,081
Teaching applications due April 4 spingTotals December 4,442,722 4,010,480 1132,002 015,534
April 4 is the deachdline for teaching internship applications for the Totals November 4,088,688 4 .070,830 1,034013 1032976
fall quarter. All interested education students should contact Dr. 1974 De. 1974 De.
Asgill at 646-2940 or Bldg. 1, Room 2232. Totals 12 mo. end 12/31 51,301,349 52,990,301 12,699,738 10,351,402I
3 companies added to interview program November 277,281 286,288
Three companies have been added to the on-campus interview October 254953 264448
programartic Unijax and counties coln National Corporation will interview T 2, 244
students on March 4. They are interested in students with a B.A. in TWotals 12 mo. end 11/30/74 3,763,398 3,860,119
business. Blue Cross /Blue Shield wil interview on March 12.T 0
(CONTINUED ON PG. 7] There were no disbursements from the Gasoline Tax Fund during
Teaching applications d e April Tthe month of December.2722 4,010,480 1,132,002.
Makep by Ter Suvn and Sha M ~ Source: Jacksonville Transportation Authority. -

THE HAETARD Felbrift 26, 1975 age7
"- over .0

tave over $135 million to pa y 1


"And fths is at only four percent not be taken as an indication of nues from gasoline bought WOULD RESIDENTS of Jack- booklets which are good for a
annually," said Davis. "Unless collections in each of the previous amounted to a healthy $3.7 sonville support a system of mass month.
we were able to pay off the bonds 10 years million last year. transit or some form of rapid bus
early," he said, referring to -a l n h cn transit? Drivers can save money but
'.'early retirement" of.bonds as The crease whic wasa .. Forid ie eight cent only one fourthof all people.tho
a means of saving on interest percent rise, was urgently state tax on gasoline. The DOT Ifa three million person in bus use the bridges regularly tke
charges $82 mui .will have .. needed, according. to Davis. gets the first four cents of this ridership is any indication--yes. advantages of the discount
been paid isiirest alone before "Until the 'toll, incppe-wai1t tax,.counties get three cents and booklets--and their paper hassles.

future interestcstts in the past continued, "we have just begun DUVAL COUNTY has pledged system according to an authority at the
year. to pay back the money that was a portion of its gas tax as FefWriniiidf don' t tho bWte
Out of annual revenue collected owed for maintenance to DOT additional payment and security dbso- t Fualer p Warn Bridg--the est-
must also cein oeratin g, which we were just unableto pay to the bond issue, according to Jacksonville h sies' rown of Torns ll
uakte ance jee d before the increase," he added. Davis. Remaining gasoline tax go sergeants monitor each lne st
could be put toward the principle. CH effect the and maintenance. bridges f n i race through without paying, that
has saved over $3.5 toll incinease has had on revenue r since JTA took over the But this is not advisable, a

fTHE DEPARTENT of Trans- can be seen by comparing If there is gas tax money lefthas pledged sstem ts corin t e a utitn and
portation (DOT) provides main- collections for December 1968-a other improvements are made, n sas.__ he is contacted and in many
tenancefor bridges and highways figure chosen randomly--with such as the current construction in-t- Fuller Warren Bridge-thd.West-
according to Davis. 'However, w e ae u fm
expenses- tncurred- during the cents for passenger cars, tothe
year for these are' id by the revenue amounted to $575,109 for With bridge needs becoming Mathews Bridge shows all If all else fails you could do
counties, in this case Duval that month, while in December more and more complex, a system persons who were asked if they what one irate lady did. Atop one
"Costs fluctuate due to infla- 1974 $1,132,002 had been made. of mass transit could very well be favor some quicker and better of the toll bridges in town and in
tion," said Davis, "but approxi- 1 1 geiefft- the answer. But according to form of getting across the rush hour traffic she pulled into
mately $1.5 million per year goes Davis only eight million dollars Mathews Bridge for 10 years the toll gate and offered the
to DOT for operation and upkeep Toll reven uies for mass transit "improvements" going back and forth to work attendant her toll ticket only o be
of the bridges" at will be needed under the tentative commented: "In ten years of informed that without, the a
According to Davis, JTA fe e n ab $ $300 million plus future bond traffic on the bridge has not accompanying ticket booklet the
behind on its payments to DOT million annually, issue. improved at all," she said. "'To ticket alone was not good. The
for maintenance. "But they were tenl the truth it has probably, if lady became angry, stepped from
aware thatthere wasa problem of reflecting a re0m t According to other recent anything, gotten whose. I still her car, locked the doors and
not enough revenue when the information, a mass transporta- have to leave 30 minutes early in commenced to argue her case
current bond issue was refi- 6g7 e c ent rise in tion plan was recently submitted order to get through the traffic with the toll manager-but to no
nanced," said Davis. However, to the Jacksonville Area Planning each morning," she added. "No, avial, She was finally persuaded
DOT has kept tabs on how much toll rates. Board which called for a. if they can think of a faster way of to write an IOU and was
JTA owes them and expects half-billion dollar. 34-mile fixed getting across that thing--I'm all permitted to proceed without
payment soon, a according to Further, n ne e guideway rapid transit system. for it," she concluded. ain.
Davis. tenth mr n in a r the But it was never even given a The lady honored her IOU
Davis said that with the toll mn laro hat t public hearing because local FOR THE IMMEDIATE future, when just a few days later JTA
increase JA hasbeun re' pyin bride e ad ontied to the planners said it could not be there seems to be little relief in received a box in the ma nicely
T and has retrne the for 13 thrafc ladmo oriale n eceber implemented due o an "internal sight for toll users--the traffic and wrapped. Sure enough, it was the
S tionsadDi b p i .. .answer. ut according to for of getn across the rush hour traffic she pule4 into

maintenance funds $2.9 million for all four bridges was still dispute between two branches of costs show no signs of 25 cents that she owed the
EDWARD MUELLER, execu- hi b almost 40 nt the federal DOT about technical decreasing. Only one bit of relief bridge--in soda bottles to be
tive director at said that as a gh y 0 percent procedures used in the study." has surfaced and that is the ticket collected for deposit.
result of the toll increase the How does Jacksonville compafreomed t w o, e
authority will be able to repay as to other toll tow ns in the state? Pr y ftre b traffic o te ONTINUED FROM PG.
early as "next month the
remaining five million dollars it ACCORDING TO a recent T oll UNF as Lost and Founde office Th
owes the DOT for maintenance Rate Schedule of state operatedit has probably lady becam e a y, ste d
work on the expressway system, toll facilities, obtained from DOT Aswat your to oteron d left soewherature o ok e ourd eor, that
While on the topic of the toll in Tallahassee, Jacksonville has sweae tok of and ef omen yo aoe pr
iancreased, sd D How r inoted out the mot Jtoll bridges of sneakers, you should contact the Lost and Found area in the
DOrhast the revenue how muh the most t es. Student Activities Office. They have a number of articles that have
$12 million annual reflects the In addition to your non-tax-de Springfield, Il.-(IP.)-Dr. Ro- been foand on tca ns, and yours might be among them.
reay n sSangamon State University, said British Film Series continues

Deavis. puun residential veto in the proposed Series.
D COST OPENED tnew gvernance constitution for Co-op job applications due now
MATHEWS $11,000,000 APRIL 1953 He stated, "I am especially Students interested in co-op employment for the spring quarter
S pleased by the creation of should make an appointment immediately with Sandra Hansford in
inFULLER WAReREN $has begun repa JUNE 1954 separate faculty, student, and the co-op office, Badg. 1, Room 1201.
DOT and has returned to thm fr 1973staff senates and by the b
TROUT RIVER $ 952,00 DECEMBER 1959 establishment within the constitu- Softball team being formed
Stion of several important standing UNF is forming a men's snow pitch softball team to participate in
j ISAIAH D. HART $ 8,842,000 NOVEMBER 1967 W committees including committees the Jacksonville City League. Anyone interested should meet in the
SB on curriculum, academic stand- Student Activities conference room in Bldg. 10 March 4 at 12:00
S figures are for bride structure alone and do not include te ds, public affirms stand twco p.m. for an organizational meeting. Anyone interested in coaching
i EDWARDd eLre s e cu e almmoslxt 4p e corncernes directed toh student the team should contact the Student Activities Office.
-dir -l eatpressway complex. a& concerns.

Source: Jacksonville Transportation Authority
remaining f^^^ivemilin olar DI MaUa ke by TerL s Sad lvan and Shof Moore
owes ~lri~~~I~ithe DoT fr mitnac at ceul fstt peae ORhsVeO..

wor onth eprswa sstm tllfailtes Otand ro-DTIfyo'r wnerngwhr tatliertrebok oldbe ta

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Managing Editor... Drew Brunson A b p r O
editorial PaM Edtor Frank Stanfield *AW*l C*i ... ~ Z
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Because of shrinking state revenues the Board of Regents is .
attempting to reduce State University System expenditures by two _
methods: reduction of the number of students within the system,
and through the efficiency of standardization.
Regent Marshall Harris of Miami, for example, has proposed a 15
percent reduction in freshmen admissions, increasing student fees For
by 30 percent, and increasing class sizes by five percent as means of i 's
saving money. i iM
PROPOSED STANDARDIZATION plans include end-of-college i i 7 Sld
testing and course standardization. There has even been some f
discussion recently about tightening the grade structure. In a recent
BOR report, it was disclosed that the number of C's and failing has By DOUG SHAVER reinforce it and drive it toward may therefore offer in evidence
declined while the number of As and Bs has increased. Production Manager greater extremism, if.. that some rather silly examples.
Attitude is perceived as evidence In trying to give their
Harris and House Education Committee Chairman Richard Rees After some reflection on why that- the Establishment is complaints legitimacy, spokes-
(D-Tampa) noted that if the number of failures were to increase, then organizations claiming to repre- unconcerned about the problems men for minorities have gotten
it could reduce the funding of various institutions, since there would sent minority groups make under consideration. themselves into a campaign of
be more dropouts. ridiculous demands, I think I've Victims of social problems trying to prove that our culture is
figured out some of the reasons. assume that the Establishmeni is rife with racism and sexism. This
It is indeed unfortunate that the BOR is sacrificing student needs First, what do I mean. by very unconcerned about their leads them to spot these evils in
in the name of efficiency. By reducing the number of students in the "ridiculous demands"? One situation. They reason that, given strange places.
system, the full human potential of many persons will not be example is the demand for our society's considerable wealth,E SITUATION reminds one
realized, and by overemphasizing the efficicy gained through busing. Another is the one to call their problems could be solved if of some evangelical reminds on
standardization, the concepts of liberal education will be lost. a chronicle of women's achieve- those in power really gave a of some angel cal religion
ments herstoryy." damn. which manage to see sin in the
ADMINISTRATORS AND legislators often have a difficult time Yes, it is true that most blacks most innocuous pastimes, or of
discerning the complex needs of education. Many of these men and and women have little interest in WHEN THE problem is right-wingers who equate civil
women eb sliness and law backgrounds, which prejudice them these issues. (Some surveys have discrimination against minorities, liberties with Communism. The
joritof black thiserceived concern trans- True Believer, of whatever
M,"_ a-it.ofblack s er,-iv ..c 4ogma, is -obliged to, find his
The needs of the students should be foremost in their decisions as whites.) Minority groups become highly version a rgfara Sft wherever
concerning the university system and solutions other than those sensitized to any evidence of he can.
affecting students could be implemented. The creation of a new THE PROBLEM is that people attempts to perpetuate their Therefore, the feminist notices
state tax base, reduction of administrative positions and salaries, as who make decisions about the inferior status--so sensitized that the "his" in "history" and cites
well as possible BOR salary reductions are only a few of the operations of our society can they may well see discrimination it is an example of male
alternatives that could reduce SUS expenditures, listen only to those who make .where it does not exist, chauvinism, not bothering to
themselves heard; and on most research the word's etymology.
The SUS is currently in a tug-of-war between the BOR and the issues, it is the extremists who Besides,self-appointeLikewise,some people who
state legislature, and the system is beginning to show the wear. make themselves heard. for social change such as leaders w emuch to see p r socpl et
of organizations claiming to want very much to see our society
Universities have already made significant budget cutbacks while It is an inadequate response, represent minorities, need to integrated ten years ago see any
attempting to maintain high quality education standards. though, to merely dismiss justify the roles they have criticism of busing, on whatever
illogical propositions as expres- assumed. To do so they need very grounds, as further evidence of
SHORT-TERM SOLUTIONS to the budget problems such as sions of extremism. In the first specific evidence of the mistreat- diehard segregationism.
those being proposed by the BOR will have a detrimental effect in place, there is nothing wrong with ment their constituents claim to People who have been picked
the long run. extremism as such. Usually, have suffered, on and put down for a long time
extreme solutions to social are bound to become a little
The need for higher education is greater now than it has ever problems are inappropriate or The Establishment has in fact paranoid toward their tormentors.
been. Technology demands qualified and educated people in our counterproductive; but they are tried to deny that any group in our It does no good to tell them they
complex society. The university system, instead of being reduced, sometimes the only solutions society is ever denied its rights. are overreacting. They have been
should be maintained at its present level or even increased. The available. Since discrimination implies told that before, and it was not
recession will not last forever. In any case, an imperious intent,' it is often a difficult thing always true. Why should they
attitude toward dissent can to prove. Those who charge bias believe us now?

Energy game played for high stakes

By FRANK E. STANFIELD intervention is a very real Even more far-reaching than In addition to these develop- ONE-HAS TO question the
Editorial Page Editor possibility if an oil embargo that, however, is the administra- ments, oil companies are buying values of a society that would
threatened to "strangle" the tion's plan for leasing 10 million up other forms of energy contemplate the sacrifice of
During the current economic industrial world, acres of outer continental shelf resources including shale, nucle- human life, and the environment,
crisis and energy shortage, On Friday, Feb. 14, Assistant oil lands this year in what Rep. ar power and coal. They are also but that will not seriously
sacrifices are being contemplated Secretary of State Thomas O. Thomas M. .Rees (D-Calif.) told lobbying for strip mining, consider even arsmall measure of
in order to minimize possible Enders told the Senate foreign the Los Angeles Times, "a- probably the most ecologically self-sacrifice.
losses to the United States. relations subcommittee on multi- mounts to no more than a damaging practice ever utilized
It should come as no surprise national corporations: "A 100 giveaway of the public's land to a by industry. Loud protests have not been
that the sacrifices will not be percent shutoff (of oil) would be few major oil companies." the kinds of sacrifices prothat the
evenly distributed, fair, or something very close to nuclear The sacrifice of human life and State Department and the White
conscionable, but in fact will warfare." It is clear who will benefit from the environment, then, are two House are now contemplating
r benefit some tremendously while The stakes could not get any the current crisis -- the oil sacrifices that are being contem- Probably just as significant is the
others undoubtedly suffer im-' The stakes could not get any cni pated ah resent thne. probably just as significant is the
meas oub tedly suffer im-ly higher than that, but it is only one companies. plated at the present time. What fact that loud protests are not
The stakes are high in the example of the kinds of sacrifices NOT ONLY did the oil about others? being hurled at Congress for its
energy and economics game so being contemplated. companies achieve a significant inaction on legislation such as gas
high, in fact, that human life PRESIDENT FORD'S adminis- offshore drilling victory, but they Despite White House pleas, the rationing and other politically
could become very expendable. traction is currently doing its best were also able to finally open the average American consumer has unpopular measures.
RECENTLY Secretary of State to sacrifice the environment :i Alaska pipeline. Also, despite refused to adequately conserve The most important question
Henry Kissinger told "Business order to find new oil reserves. some shart criticism from various fuel; except for the period last is, how much longer can we
Wee" magazine that armed There are plans calling for the Congressmen, they have not yet winter whenwe were all forced to alisticaly continue in our
Week magaze that arm reduction of automobile emission lost their well-publicized taix do so durig the oil embargo al iish. greedy ways and not pay
standards. breaks that enable them to make when the fuel was nationally the serious consequences that we
Makeup by Jaoalyn Crndil. Cara Bronner and mI Hre exorbitant profits. allocated, must eventually pay?

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age 10 February 26, 1975 THE HALYARIt.

wluated A4 : &cNmRMI klk uauWxb cud

By RICKY CREWS By BONNIE JOSEPH Since there are not enough UNF. Applications requesting aid
Staff Columnist Staff Writer people qualified for financial aids, range from 1,000-1,500 per year,
HELP W D --. Gd UNF does not use up afl its CWSP and approximately 85 per cent
HELP WANTED--Secretary to erase old government tapes. Good money are accepted.
pay -- 18/2-minute break each hour. UNF has more students.
WANTED--Republican Congressmenl Contact G. Ford by 1976. wanting to work on campus LASSITER does not f a student is denied, we try
I ORTANT--P.R. manexperienced in changing candidate's fewer dollars to pay them, with DR. LASSITER does not 'If a student is denied, we try
IMPORTANT--P.R. man experienced in changing candidate's art $18-20,000 budget cut anticipate any freezes on OPS to provide an alternate program
image away from racism. Whites only need apply(It's not, that over last year for Other Person- money for the rest of this year, for him and usually this is taken
Important). Relocation to Alabama necessary. nel Services(OPS). although he does suspect that care of through a Federally
POSITION AVAILABLE--Press secretary. Must believe in boss. OPS funds will be reduced next Insured Loan or Florida Insured
Must also believe in the Good Fairy, the Sandman, and Tinker Bell. OPS is a category of funds consider a packet-supplementary
FOR SALE--Old used hawk costume. Cheap! Call H. Jackson. received from the state for "One of the things I do is that a education grants, National De-
REWARD--For information leading to the arrest and conviction of graduate assistants, student good part of the graduate fense Student Loans, CWSP, and
John Dean. Call BR-549 and ask for John Mitchell (Do not leave assistants, consultants, and in assistant money that I get is also Florida Student Loans. If a
message with wife). some cases adjunct teachers. It is used for student assistants--in student demonstrate need, we'll
MATHEMATICIAN NEEDED--To keep track of presidents and vice intended for temporary emplo- other words, we just put it all in a try to meet his needs through as
presidents from 19724976. U yees. pot and divide it up. The amounts many grants or loans as we find
LECTURES--Given at 2 price. Contact Ron Zeigler at Boss's home. to $11,500 per year for both," he necessary, said Mrs. Tutson.
ANNOUNCEMENT--The meeting of Jaenr. d;r_~i a _icirt'- Both graduate and undergrad- said.
president has been postponed indefinitely due to insufficient space. uate students are eligible for the ASKED IF there are as many
College Work-Study Program In comparison with CWSP, student assistants as are needed,
Com In comparisonwith CWSP, Mrs. Tutson said, "Education is
FOUND--Wallet with initials R.M.N. Contains a credit card to tape (CWSP), which is federal according to financial aid the firs. Tutson said, "Education isn't.
recorder company, folded "Drink More Milk" bumper sticker and a financial aid program. To qualify counselor Carrie Tutson, funds the first priori-wo isnt t
picture of Bebe Rebozo. for this program, the student are allocated to each institution However, when we do get to
SINCERE THANKS--I would like to thank my friends for the must demonstrate need based on based on the application where we have as many students
surprise party to cheer me. However, if the person who brought the certain guidelines. submitted to the Department of working as needed, I guess p we
turkish Itobacco and the Arabian palm dates will please remove sort of get out of the program
them from the premises, no questions will be asked. Sincerely, HeWalth, Eucationr llment are and it would be like just having a
Henry Kissinger. APPLICATIONS ARE proces- other variales are considered in job situation."
sed by the American College the allocation.
Testing or College Scholarship the allocation.
Services. UNF Vice President Roy According to personal secretary
C h alm ers exh ib its art Lassiter explained, "Basically SHE SAID, "Our awards are Marie Vecchiola, most applica-
what happens in- CWSP is that based on what is given to us for tions she receives are for student
Student Activities is sponsoring HE HAS ALSO conducted you find somebody who meets the one particular year. After June assistant jobs under OPS. Since
the Visting Artists Series for a study-travel tours of major income test and the federal 30, we are through with that year. OPS comes directly from
second year. The art faculty of museums and galleries in the government puts up 80% of the If we haven't used allour funds, depamental budgets, most
UNF's fine arts department is United States and Canada. money and we put up 20% out of they have to go back to HEW, departments request CWSP
presenting a new art exhibition of On Monday, March 3 at 10:00 the OPS funds. In other words, then they allocate us next year's students.
a variety of works by James a.m. in the painting lab, we have to match the federal awards. We have to work from
Kimberly Chalmers, February 21 Chalmers will present a special dollars for that particular ust those funds." Unlike OPS, gradual a student assistant
through March 15, in the UNF slide show depicting methods and program. there is no carryover from one graduates ponsibilit to department's
library lounge. techniques in the development of He added, "We're never able year to e next. responsibility to request a
photographic images in his art. to hire as many student assistants replacement. Replacements for
Chalmers has a B.F.A. from From 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. he will as we would like to. Obviously we There are about 600 students each student assistant are not
the University of Southwestern present a personal overview of would prefer to hire CWSP people on some type of financial aid at guaranteed.
Louisiana and an M.F.A. from recent developments in American because they cost us less. Many ,L I -'-
Florida State Unives'ty. He is a art in the assembly hall Building times you can't get CWSP people ..- H Stii ::-' '
oarti' fin.r his. who have skills necessary for the
Hartsville, South Carolina, an lecture and discussion. The public particular job," then there afe
has exhibited in the southeastern is invited to both presentations. people qualified for the job but
states. not for the CWSP program."

a convenient Absurd," describes waiting as
place to "an essential and characteristic
SAVE 4 e Haraspect of the human situation."

the un-bank The Hal
Editor and General Manager -- "Throughout our lives," he
lareat Asso. Prof. WJ. Roach says, "we always wait for
place to something...an event, a thing, a
b oExecutive Editor -- person, death."
Ron Feinberg
Managing Editor WAITING is inevitable. But
"Draw Buroan while we cannot avoid it, we have
Y o ur News Editor -- Steph*,e, a. Holland the freedom to decide what we
Editorial Page Editor--Frank Stanfleld By ROBERT T. THOMASON do with it.
SProduction Manager Doug Shaver Campus Mdster I talked with a young woman
CL a i Ms- 1v oih .When I was in grammar school, last wc eek whose best friend had
the most excruciating day every recently been told by her
Adcvertising Mnagr BiWl r year was the day each of us physician that she has terminal
h a s h a d "credit unions are financial v Advertising Asestat MiHWright received a typhoid shot. A illness. The young woman was
sound savings and lending weg s hundred or so chairs were placed concerned about her own ability
on rstituvitions ad es e a side b side along a corridor to wait with her friend through
Bonnie Joseph, Sandra L. L'Etole, which extended along the outside the experience of dying.
Siwlple i. ltoa eit w of the auditorium.
S iSPmpIn e rl needs of a spenciHoff. The injections were given She could not understand why
grup of people: in this i blished every other week b inside the auditorium, behind life is as it is--why her friend, in
ru schof peoploeenhs inbancer tbshe members of the commune white curtained screens, hidden the prime of her life, should be
all school employees in baker classes at University from the view of those waiting having to face death. Neither
clay and duval coun fNorth Florida for all member When the "victim" at the head of could I,) There was a part of her
ay and d al cou of North Flor i o o the line was given hiS sid wanting to withdraw from that
sin ce 1 9 3 5 ti as well as the NF community. Opinions veone relationship because of the pai
SO membersof their notnecessarily the opinions of th seat, a little nearer the place of and hurt of awaiting death with
families who lie i university of its officials. Offices reckoning. continued you lto wait because she
It'- ---.- located in Building 003, Room loved more strongly than she
householdd" 2401 at the University of Nort AS YOU moved closer and feared being hurt.
uYou Florida, St. John's Bluff Roa closer to the head of the line, the WE, TOO, can find meaning
U South, P.O. Box 17074, Jackson unmistakable odors associated and purpose in waiting. Our
ho -ville, Florida 32216. Telephone with inoculations became strong- waiting can become less
S ho ld join (904) 646-2817. Represent er and the cries of fear and pain dreadful--waiting for the dreaded
nationally by National Edu became louder. The injections future. Out waiting can become a
your national Advertising Services itself hurt very little, but the way of loving--waiting with those
Inc., 360 Lexington Ave., Ne waiting was tortuous, whose lives we share.
c i u York, New York 10017.
Credit unionY All of us remember similar Perhaps, then, out waiting can
experiences, times when waiting become real living rather than an
Makeup br Lee Moly..e. .ling Aseand Mary. Ke t was agony. Martin Esslin, in his interruption of or 'prelude to life.

STHE HALYARD- Februry 26,1975 Page 11

Ceramics lab in different location
Building 820 has been used as a
ceramics classroom since the
beginning of this quarter. The
S ceramics class is open to art or art
education majors. Non-art majors
are allowed to join the class if it is
Snot full and they obtain special
There are four kilns outside the
building. The electric kiln is used
for the first firing of the clay
pieces. The salt, wood and gas
kilns are used for glaze firing.
S INSIDE THE building there is a
table for wedging clay to get out
air bubbles and a corner for
Smiling and storing clay. There
Share also shelves for drying clay
pieces before the first firing.
Glazing tables, sinks, eight kick
op wheels, eight electric wheels and
a slab roller make up the rest of.
the room.
This equipment was transfer-
red from the sculpture studio in
Building 4. One art student heard
that they moved because the
administration felt the pottery
classes made an unsightly
entrance to UNF.
This student also said that they
need more space and that more t
... students would be able to take the
Course if the facilities were Fs8
expanded. Staff photos by Steve Leary

Who should feed the world?

By BONNIE JOSEPH is to its people and that we think we have a moral obligation have a lot of places here where question is why are we doing it?
Staff Writer should take care of our own, and to feed the world! We are ahead starving people can get food We're doing it to help people. I
yet not be left with a feeling of of the other people, and as long as stamps or welfare. I'm sure that if feel that we're using their need
A UNF campus poll revealed apathy toward all the others in we can help them, there's somebody was really starving for political reasons."
that eight out of twenty students need." absolutely no objection to this. here they could even go into a
feel that the United: States does Eulenfed added, "We haven't When it comes to helping the "c-hurc-iaidn et-a meal. In India,-- Similarly, Richard Leary, a
--not have a moral obligation to been too successful in sending entire world to the extent of for example, they can't do that." literature-communications major,
qustinue sending food to foreign things over to those in need as creating absolute chaos and said, "I think it's not a question
colR involved in the world well as in our Peace Corps, almost revolution at home, no, I Nelsen added, "We just don't of morals, but one of the
hunger ai because this gives the people a don't think we have a moral have it that bad here where economy. As long as we have
Six out of the twenty students temporary kind of help. Yet, if we obligation to help the world at hundreds and thousands of surplus here, which we're vastly
feel that' we do have a moral were unified and self-sufficient in alll" people are living on the streets, running out of, I think we should
obligation, two feel that it isnot a our own nation, we would Holt added, "I'm also dying there, and having babies continue to feed the hungry
question of morals, two others eventually be able to give them concerned about our obsession there." people of the world."
dealt with the question of birth more long-lasting help." about making the rest of the
control problems, and two had no world love us. Frankly, I don't Rob Cashen, a sociology major, Learyadded, "-I don't think it's
comments. DEBBIE JOHNSON, an ele- care whether the rest of the world said, "Since the United States just our responsibility, but also
HELEN WHIta T, a statistics mentary education major, com- loves us or not! I think we have has taken the number one that of the other wealthy nations
major, stated, "Morally, I think mented, "Prices are going our own home to tend to, and to a position in the world politically such as the USSR and other
it's wrong when we deprive our sky-rocketing high right now that certain extent we should tend to and economically, it is our people who can afford to feed
people of the things they need. even middle-class people can't our business and let them tend to obligation. Even though there is them. The first obligation is to our
It's wrongbecause we've tried to afford to put ham in their beans theirs." hunger in the United States, we' own country. We feed ourselves
help the people overseas by anymore. It's better to start still have an obligation to take first, because when we're well
sending them machinery, seed, feeding the people at home." AS FOR THOSE who feel that care of the world." fed, then we can feed others in
and so forth. They haven't really we do have a moral responsibility, the world."
taken advantage of our assistance Evelyn Alvarez, also an Rick Sayre, a journalism major, TERRY REUBERT, a graduate
as they should have and worked elementary education major, had says, "We've been sending food student in business management, ANDREW MUIR, a history
as our people have worked for 200 similar feelings in stating, "I hate for so long that those countries said, "I think we do have a moral major, said, "Yes, we do have a
years to make our nation what it to see anybody starve to death, have a dependency on us. We -obligation, but there's a limit, moral obligation -- if they're
is. Our system is just greatly" but I hate to see the Americans can't just cut it off because we do because if we keep sending food willing to help themselves with
Carla Bronner, a literature starve to death worse! We're not have a moral responsibility to over there and causing our prices birth control!"
major, said, "Ever since World only giving goods to some them. The responsibility is not to to rise, we're going to put our Dorothy Johnson, a literature
War I ar so, the United States has countries, but also selling some of the extent where we would economy in peril, which is sort of major, said, "I think somehow or
been sending relief to different our essential foods to countries continually avoid our own what it's in now. other we should get our diplomats
countries. I think we've more or that could be producing their problems. If it came to cutting to putsome squeeze on the Pope
less paid our debts, if we ever had own. We didn't have to sell all back on the food, we'd have to Reubert added, "In regard to and people like that who are
any. Now it's time for us to do that wheat to Russia. They're not because number one has to look the food shortage here, I think we causing a lot of controversy by
something for our own country." necessarily starving there aiy after number one." should naturally tend to our claiming that the United States is
r, more than they are here. We're people first. When you've got trying to perpetrate its will on
Bronner added, "There's paying taxes, so we should be Roger Wolters, a personnel overpopulation and you can't get other nations when actually he's
starvation right here in the United taken care of first." management major, says, "It's the food to the people, sometimes perpetrating his will on many
States, prices are going up, small not only a moral obligation, but it can't be helped. I think the hundreds and thousands of
businesses are out, farmers are Brad Huntley, a marketing equally advantageous for us to problem has to do with food not people with his views on birth
having a hard time, and it's just major, said, "We're always provide for the hunger for the rest being distributed." control that are not appropriate to
time we did something for conscious of ever increasing of the world to maintain what we this century."
ourselves." prices that should not diversify have here." Betty Byrd, an education
LESTER GEISENDORFF, a beyond our home until our major, said, "I'm notatall sure
music major, feels that, "A necessities are taken care of Wolters added, "As the that sending food to other i pubi document was
program should be established here." population rises and the re- countries is causing our price promlgated at an M
where the countries could be HUNTLEY ADDED, "As far as sources dwindle, there's going to increase here." oeeat oflecper copy to lform
self-supporting instead of us we being the scapegoat with be an increased demand fromthe PHIL MOORE, an art major, students, faculty, career
having to keep sending them food everybody expecting services people overseas for the resources said, "I don't think it's a question service, and admlnltratlve
and aid. We should set a limit, from us, I think these goods we have here." of morality as far as people being amd profeim tl estaf aboaf
Yes, we should'help when thJere's should be distributed equally for omry Aria p ing activides affectsing the unfver-
hungry in America. I think it's
a big catastrophe like floods, or all countries concerned. We TERI NELSEN, college of immoral to use food and other sity community.
whatever, but we shouldn't be shouldn't have to adhere to the education, said, "The American people's hunger in political ways
expected to constantly be sending full responsibility for this. All people are overeating. If we were to try and control other countries.
food." countries should take part. to cut back just 10 per cent in our But, I don't feel that feeding
Frances Eulenfeld, an ele- Mr. Holt, an education major, consumption of meat, for other people is immoral. The
meritary education major, feels stated strong feelings about the example, we feed a lot of other Makeup by Bonnie Joseph, Tim Durden and Deborah Wright
that, "the nation's first obligation situation in saying, "Nd, I don't countries'that are starving. We

P20-12 Febreuary 26, 1975 THE ALYARD. "

rin k speaks here

Jerry Pinkney, the artist f .
responsible for the Seagram's
Calendar of Black History, spoke
to students and faculty on
February 12:. ;
Pinkney began his discussion
with a slide presentation outlining
work he has done becoming a
professional. illustrator. During
his presentation he attempted to -
explain what he had hoped to .
accomplish with each piece. J
A question-and-answer, period
after the slide show gave Pinkney
an opportunity to discuss .certain
areas of illustration which he felt
were important. One of these
areas was research. Pinkney said
that he feels an artist must be
: 1 i familiar with his subject to do a
S : good job. I'm fascinated by
research; I love it. I ge%
sidetracked and everything,
said Pinkney.
Now working out of his home in
Croton-on-fludson in New York,
Pinkney does free-lance work for
many companies. Some of his
major clients are Seagram
Distiller Co. (for whom he does
the Calendar of Black History),
General Electric and Boy's Life.
Pinkney's work was on display
in the library from January 15 to
February 15.

UNF photo lab completed

This quarter UNF has its first
teaching photo lab. The newly
completed lab, located in Bldg. 3,
Room 2421, will assist the fine
arts and communications depart-
Architects Boyer & Boyer
designed the photo lab that
consists of a darkroom and a
processing room. The darkroom
has 13 basic enlargers and one
color enlarger on order. The .
processing room has two dry
mount presses and one print
dryer. The lab is budgeted for
: " $56,035.
J '" 'taught using the lab: basic
photography, art photography,
.-and photojournalism.
= The number of students is
limited to 26. When half the class
Sis in lecture, the other half will
"work in the darkroom.
SBecause the many enlarger
I:. :stations provide more student .
work space, the photography
,. instructor, David Porter, said the
photo lab is "better than
.......: Although art and journalism
students will have first priority,
MePorter said the lab is open to
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Assistant Professor of Political Science
The United Faculty of Florida believes that collective bargaining
is a crucial mechanism for restoring faculty influence in university
Traditionally, universities have been lead by administrations
committed to running the university in accordance with the
professional standards of each discipline. These standards, By THOMAS M. MONGAR, PhD
developed in the discipline's state and national associations, are the Chairman, Political Science Dept.
result of deliberations within the entire discipline regarding the
discipline's relationship to "Truth," to students, and to the general non-university community. : C Detente is defed_ as hrell o of tensions. Applied to
SU..'t i-has taken on somewhat broader
Today, the legislature and the Board of Regents both rationalize their right to have control over the connotations, referring to a general American strategy of economic
S.U.S. on the basis of their belief that the S.U.S. is an unjustifiable mess that needs to be managed peW.~,tration .-n tffi E llid mainland China.
properly. While both agencies agree on the need for better management, each agency attacks the other's
desire to be the controlling agent, because each agency wants the power for itself. The need for economic ties with old enemies reflects the decline
of American military and economic power throughout the world. For
Naturally, each is immune from attack by the other because each agency can deflect attacks on itself to decades American businessmen have been able to command'
other objects; namely, faculty, librarians, and students. As the old saying goes, "When elephants fight it resources like petroleum from Third World nations at outrageously
is only the grass that suffers." low prices and invest surplus capital in both developing and
developed nations.
Moreover, what looks like good management to both of them has often been equivalent to product
standardization and standardized production techniques. Thus, the common course numbering system AMERICAN corporations and investors have had their way with
from the legislature (over $200,000 spent on it so far, with thousands more to be committed to an agency the world economically because they were supported by American
to administer it) and the proposed end-of-college testing system from the chancellor's office ($50,000 so military power abroad and the constant threat of clandestine
far) threatens us with common, state mandated content (the product), while other state-controlled intervention by the CIA. But increased dependence on resource
devices remain to be developed to insure a statewide standardized production process. imports, and the American military defeat in Indochina, altered the
power of American businessmen to rule the world economy.
Standardization means that faculty will no longer retain the right to insure that their professional
judgements are determinative even in the area of curriculum development. The result was increased resistance of Third World nations to
American economic exploitation and growing independence of the
Just as frightful, standardization also means that more administrators will be needed to insure internal Canadian, European and Japanese economies from American
control, and this added non-academic staff will be funded by cutting faculty salaries, increasing class control.
size, hiring fewer new faculty, and raising tuition to students. Also, we may see our professional travel
curtailed, library facilities reduced, and our support services and money for further developing our Detente American style was simply a rational response to erosion
faculty skills kept at the present scanty level or lowered. of American economic power abroad. Former President Nixon
sought to compensate for the loss of cheap supplies of natural
We can expect administrative manipulation of disciplinary standards by collapsing departments resources and markets for consumer goods and capital by moving
together in. the name of good management. Tenure quotas also appear likely, for by replacing older American business into Communist nations with great potential for
faculty with younger faculty, savings can be made in salary and pension payments. There is a ten-year economic development. .. .
vesting period and all money the state puts into the pension fund (our salaries) can not be taken out by -. ",
the faculty until one vests. Tenure quotas insure that many will never vest.
Thus,, we need a remedy that piss us re
can get leverage on the Board ofReigis is Thiough the state legislature. The legislature, in the collective a success. Presidents learned long ago from reading the polls that
-bargaining law, gives itself the power to accept or reject any contract we negotiate with the Board of confrontations, meetings and agreements with the Soviet Union
Regents. We can get influence in the state legislature through UFF which commits the resources of both paid handsome dividends in public support.
regional and national affiliates, as well as its own resources, to working for higher education at the state e ie ompd Ameic ivest s nd
and, when necessary, national legislative level. The Soviets complied because American investments and
concessions liberated financial resources for the continued
Through the AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE) and through our other affiliates, the moerntion of Soviet ballistic missile programs and general
Florida Education Association (FEA) and the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), we can have teefnological &Avopiment. In addition to subsidizing the S6viet war
influence at the candidate selection process, promising support to candidates in return for their promises machine- anad tec ologieal development, these investments and
to support higher education. concessioa also subsidized the Soviet system of totalitarian
Our teacher and labor affiliates will support us because they are in economic brackets which do not
permit them to send their children to expensive private schools, or to pay exhorbitant tuition at state It was a simple case of the triumph of profits for a few American
schools. They have a vested interest, even more so than many from the higher income management class, businessmen and support for an American president over the
in insuring that public education is relatively inexpensive and broadly available, freedoms of the Soviet people. Financial records of Nixon's 1972
presidential campaign reveal that persons connected with the
That is why we are against raising tuition. We believe it is a discriminatory act against the low and corporations that followed Nixon into the Soviet Union paid well for
middle income people who work at white and blue collar jobs (the majority of the state's population) and the former president's services.
rely on the state universities for educating themselves and for educating their children. Other sources of
revenue exist and in the weeks ahead we shall be discussing them.

Ate mdetg Iietteww
g -- ~EDITOR:
By SANDY L'ETOILE Anyway, I suppose I can see Oftentimes we take good deeds
Halyard Staff Writer the logic behind the public ban on for granted and only notice all the
Well, fellw smokers, do y smoking. After all, if every negative things around us. Well,
et the impression that someone smoker lit up at the same time the this is one time that don't want \
e tyie tr es i ? sulfer smell from the matches to pass up the opportunity to
ist ntt would probably be enough to U show my appreciation for a deed
With signs that say, Thank you out a city sie which I consider worth noticing
for not smoking," "No Smok- Jacksonville. city the size of and thinking over.
ing," and "Any person found on JUST FOR a minute let's : I want to thank the person who
this elevator is subject to a fine of consider the smoker's point of > turned in my calculator to the
not less than $500 or 60 days, or view. How many times have you Student Activities Office after I
both,"you can't miss it. view. How many times have you
The latest sign bears a new been sitting in a two-hour class O carelessly left it somewhere. This
Slan brid noticed the person next to 1 may sound very trivial but I think
ordinance on public transporta- twitching uncontrollably? it's not.
tion which prohibits smoking. In ou twitching. uncontrollably? itNDEo t I r t
tion which prohibitere is no smoking There he or she is, grasping the INDEED, IT IS a relief to have
other words, there is o smoking seat of the chair with sweaty us have een putting the blame small drags, letting them out. so my calculator back, but most
on buses. I thought that was palms in order not to disrupt the for this on inflation, but that isn't slowly no one notices. important, it's a relief to know
against the law a long time ago. It lecture. the reason. NEVER ASK if someone minds that there are still honest people
will be interesting to see how It's merely another way to keep au It sure is good to know
many cigarette-smoking bus That,my non-smoking friend, is Its merely another way to keep you smoke -- there will always around. It sure is good to know
drivers are fined, commonly called a "nicotine fit." us from smoking. Non-smokers be someone who does. Finally, .that there are still those who
SMOKERS HAVE norihts in It can happen to a smoker figure if the price goes high stand up and demand your'right value other "values" than money
public Soon it will be a case of anytime he or she is denied on a enough, we'll quit out of to smoke just like the coffee or other material things.
hiding in the bathroom, with the bus, plane, or train, or in the local economic necessity. (Oh, Sir drinker drinks, a party-girl Once again I thank that honest
fan on just for one little drag off movie theatre (and all this time Walter Raleigh, what have you parties, or the teacher teaches. person who turned in my
your favorite "cancer stick." you thought it was Sensurround.) done?) s calculator and I thank others who
yt T'here are, of course, several By the way, there is'one small help make this world a little
(Even if the proof is not LATELY, SMOKERS have possible solutions to the problem, note of consolation. At least car better place to live in.
conclusive, the Surgeon General been noticing the increase in the The smoker can take his cigarette companies are on our side: an
has determined, that cigarettes cost of cigarettes. The average into a well-ventilated room and ashtray is still standard S.T. HARRIS
are bad for your health.) price is about .63 a pack. Most of quietly puff away. Or take really equipment! Makeup by Stei Senappe. Bob Green and Paul Townael

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