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By STEPHEN W. HOLLAND Press coverage of alleged BLA
Halyard Staff Writer incidents as well as other minority
incidents was attacked by Kranz ",.
"Why the concern right now as having racial overtones.
with the Black Liberation Army
OR (BLA) as opposed to the Red Neck When asked about possible
or some other white dominate causes and motivations of a
group." asked Dr. Peter Kranz, possible BLA, Kranz cited white
WW-7^ 0 Assistant Professor of Psycho- racism. "White Racism -- so
y logy. many frustrations attached to M.
"When minorities do some- White Racism."
thing or react, white people
counterreact or overrreact," he When asked if the killings
said. Kranz wanted to know why could be drug related, Kranz
wasn't the same attention placed inquired as to "who are the main
on white actions. drug pushers in our society."
Kranz believes there is something
Kranz really doesn't know if wrong with the BLA concept he
there is a Black Liberation Army, says "don't jump to conclusion and
Sand believes that a greater schism "don't jump to conclusion and
G was created when the press convict before all the facts are in
emphasized the fact that the or before all parties are caught." r
Kan d victims were white.
Kranz isn't sure if the killers l i,
are black. "We assume that its "Don't jump to conclusions on
blacks, but how do we know what you read. Look at your own
SIwhose committed the crime? Is attitudes or beliefs," advised
B la c k this American justice?" asked Kranz. "Would you get as excited U .
Kranz. if the deaths were of two blacks?"










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'Dollar' Has Problems
By FRANK E. STANFIELD Other problems besides limited point when he said, "We just try and two vegetables for around
Halyard Staff Writer facilities beset the snack bar. to get it (the food) out and get $1.50 in many cases.
Shortages have become a real along with everybody."
Jack Dollar, manager of UNF problem in the last few months Dallas has proposed that a After some tasty research the
food services, has a problem. and the price of sugar for student committee be formed to prices of UNF's snack bar were
When snack bar customers example, has skyrocketed. The study the likes and dislikes of compared to other snack bars in
grumble about high food costs price of soft drinks has gone up students and to present these department stores, restaurants,
and limited menus Dollar points because of this, but so far Dollar ideas to Ward Hancock (Director and one other snack bar in
to the only stove in his has not raised the price for of Administrative Services) and particular. A sample comparison
arrowhead-shaped facility and consumers. Boathouse sales himself. of a few items shows the following
says, "What can I do?" could drop according to Dollar, In the last four weeks the comparison:
because Anheuser-Busch has volume of business has increased
Dollar is quick to point out that announced a possible shortage of for the snack bar' significantly.
it is the University who decides beer for this summer due to a According to Dallas, "There was UNF Other Snack Bar
how limited the food services are, shortage of hops and sugar, a general feeling of disappoint-
because it is the University who High food costs have haunted ment when the food services 1 egg .50 .65
assigns concessionaires their housewives and restaurateurs moved from the Boathouse to the 2 eggs .85 70
quarters. alike lately. Dollar maintains that new facilities. They were bacon.15 .70
When speaking of Jacksonville the snack bar does not buy in expecting a big deal, but they sausage .25 .70
University's food facilities Dol- large enough quantities to get a found that it was just as limited as coffee .15 .20
lar's eyes light up. "They even significant break in food prices, the Boathouse was." grilled cheese .50 .95
have their own meat grinder," he Seeking cooperation from Since that time however, ham with lettuce and
said, "all I have is one meat students and the administration students can now buy a more tomato .95 1.25
slicer." alike, Dollar emphasized the nutritional meal, such as a meat big burger .75 1.40



July 4: SpecialDay The flags were out on
By LUTHER ANTHONY protruding from the windows, happy faces peer out into the independence day. You could
Halyard Staff Writer The sidewalks are crowded too. darkness, at a platform loaded spot them fluttering in the
People everywhere. Some going with giant Roman candles and coolness of an afternoon breeze,
The sunshine of a July fourth the park to hear band concerts other innocent looking devices the bold stripes striking'out at the
morning serves as as a harbinger commemorating the spirit of '76; which will explode into beautiful emptiness of space. The day was
bringing the good news that this others going next door, at the rainbows of color across the black a special one, filled with excited
is a special day. The stillness of invitation of neighbors, to share sky. kids, their parents in tow,
the unfolding dawn is only in he Oohs and aahs can be heaoccasion; another roaming around the city taking
temporary. One moment there is faction takes this holiday from old and young alike as for a Programs It was a time filled
peace and quietness. Then like d joy to th sick reaand shut-in moment, child-like glee is with wonder, anxiousness, and a
locusts descending on a field the oy t te an emitted. In hours the reality of looking forward.
hubbub of activity can be heard The daytime activities merge the day will pass into the zone of
everywhere, into night. The only difference is yesterday, but for now it is an |
The silent streets are now filled that the silence symbolic of night unforgettalbe moment climaxing I I '
with automobiles-picnic hampers, is not evident tonight. Excited a day to be remembered for a long I
rubber rafts, and smiling children crowds have gathered. A sea of time. .'. .,
[fio Travel Tips........... age 2 Nuclear Puzzle...........Page 5
Rain Again..........Page 3 Mame Magnificent........Page 6

*oJyW iL Of Duck Eggs..........Page 4 Market Shopping..............Page 7





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By BUZZ MILLS as a monthly graphic display of Other ideas from Connors for
Halyard Art Editor events are distributed to youth is a young .people's art
members, member organizations gallery and a symphony compos-
Imagine a man holding an and the news media. ed and conducted by people
umbrella over '50 groups of The Assembly has also brought under 25 year of age.
people. Impossible? Not so. The together an "arts congress." This Other Assembly goals and
people: are all of the art is composed of delegates from all functions are the planning
organizations in the Jacksonville member art groups. "Imagine, and reconstruction of Arts
area, the umbrella is the Arts two months ago a meeting. Festival 1975 and creating a
"T ''Assembly of Jacksonville and the where all art groups are brought closer link between the arts and
man is Tracy Connors, executive, together to discuss problems and business communities of Jackson-
director of the Assembly. interests was unheard of," said 'villn
The Arts Assembly was Connors. To accomplish this link, a
....' 'incorporated last year to assist Business and Arts Task Force is
the arts community in coordinat- A major concern of Connors is being formed to improve the'
ing their activities and relations young people and their relation- communication and involvement
with the public, community at ship with the arts. According to between the two.
o J wor s large and news media. Connors; "For arts to grow, we Currently located in the Phillips
e a s e must be sure the school system is Fine Arts Building at Jacksonville
One task. the Assembly has in turning out students sensitive to University, the, Arts Assembly
.full swing is an arts calendar and the arts." will be moving to 630 May St. in
date clearance service. Edited by Among ideas Connors has for the near future.
Ms. Connie King, this calendar young people is forming a Youth
prevents conflicts in scheduling and Arts Council. This would According tConnors, arts will
arts events and aids greatly the provide direct input into the arts survive in Jacksonville only with
Publicity of cultural activities in community by theyoung. cooperation. "Either we all hang
the area. Weekly listings as well together or seperately.
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For the aesthetes the brick and ', .
mortar of the University Campus
are things of beauty. The
symetrical shapes of winding
stairs, dull walls and beams blend
and become one with similar
shapes in r.ature. Even as
construction progresses on var-
ious projects around the campus,
the symmetry isn't broken.
Machniery becomes abstract art,
muddy pools of water relfecting
ponds,











E ur ope e Place To e...

Once in Europe, wherever you
By BUZZ MILLS Not quite. Unless in the mean For example, from Jacksonville available on Air-Canada and Once in Euroe eree you
Halyard Arts Editor time you have gotten your Health to London, a 22-45 day summer British Airways. Other rates from up there, travel is fairly asy.
Certificate from the U.S. Public excursion fare is $522 round-trip. Montreal are approximately the Besides bicycles, rental cars o
C'thumbs there is Eurail. Eurailis a
If you are going to Europe to Healty Service. All this involves is, a regular tourist fare is $826. Of same as from New ork. 'train system that can carry you
live, work, study oi play this either getting or proving you have course you hae no time If these fares are all still out of anywhere within Europe. There is
summer, perhaps there are a few had certain immunizations and limitations. your reach, keep looking for the a special, student pass with
things you should know. then having the Health Service But, you can still beat that $522 Laker Skytrain scheduled to have Eurail. A Eurail student pass is
stamp your form. Then you're fare. If you can get to Nassau, begup July 1. The Skytrain will good for two months unlimited
Of course, everyone knows that prepared. Bahamas, you can fly to offer a daily, shuttle frm New travel. The cost is $165. The only
you need a passport to leave te Luxemburg on a 22-45. day York to London for $125 one-way requirements are that you be 2
that you need a passport to leave Maybe. lfyou haven't by .this excursion for $366 round-trip. years oldor younger and that you
the country. But did you know time gotten, your airline: ticket, If you are 24 years oid or get youe p ass before you leave ten
that it takes'two weeks to get? To you are in for a' thrill. You must younger, there's a better deal for All of these fares are for the you leave te
get your handy passport you go to decide on the length of your stay. you.yet. In Canada, youth fares summer season. They Will all the E l
the Main Post Office Building and If you plan to stay more than 22 are still in effect. You can fly from .'decrease some after Sept. 1. And York.t,
fill out a form, take a proof of days but less than 45 days your Montreal toLondon s with a one all fares are subject to ivaience
citizenship and $15.00. Then two fare will e quite a bit cheaper year maximum staylimit for $313 due to fuel surcharges and Still want to go? You should. Its
weeks later you're ready to go. than regu'tar fare. round-tri. These rates are currency fluctuations worth it all.







S i Collins stressed competition,
Is there a Black Liberation frustration, and a life of meaning When asked about the role of
Army (BLA) in Jacksonville or is frustration, and a life of the press is reporting alleged
it a band of local individuals who meaninglessness with no hope as LA incidents, Collins said,
assumed that name from the potential reasons for a BLA. "some people will accept ideas in
National organization? reasons for a BLA. the paper as fact, they will seize
"Frustration turns to aggression any opportunity to accept fact to
"I don't know, I suspect there causing that person to turn to release tension."
are groups that would do such a despair, making him capable of
thing," said Eddie Collins, doing anything rash," he said. Collins suggested that the
Instructor of Sociology and Social press should print ideas as
625 Atlantic Blvd. Welfare. "Violence to me is As more people become assumptions and not as known
SBeach, Fla. violence. It concerns me not unemployed there is greater facts. "Many people digest
Atlantic e whether a person is black or competition for the fewer and anything in the newspaper as
29 733 white, but whether he can be fewer jobs. There is a correlation fact," he said.





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POOR-- -- '---



They say is in the eyes of the
beholder.. The quiet simplicity of.
this scene--boats quietly rocking
in the rhythmic swaying of water,
seagulls winging their way into
the blueness of sky, aging dock
listing to oneside--quiets the
mind and calms the soul. Such a e
place, and they do exist, I
reassures the wanderer who
passes by that there is a different
way to approach life. But for ,
most, the seeing is enough, the
beauty is in leaving and being
able to remember.
Staff Photo by Shrleuy Corbln




General A assembly Members


To Discuss Alternatives
The General Assembly is constituent associations and a participated in its deliberations. they lack an effective ieans vf ,ns This is essential for
scheduled to meet on Thursday, University Senate with limited But they do not. In fact, most discussing their problems among, motivating particpiatG in any
July 11 to discuss alternative powers. meetings attract only half of the themselves prior to involvement system of government. Second, it
ways of improving our system of Assembly's membership, in University-wide .governing gives each group a measure of
University governance.One The mar difficult with the processes. They correctly recon- control over policy areas in which
proposal will undoubtedly be to first proposal is that it mistakenly The real problems are student ize that prior discussion of issues each has superior interest and
retain the Assembly as presently attributes the deficiencies of the apathy' and faculty frustrations, and the formulation of positions competence. The communication
constituted and devolve its power Assembly to its large and growing not over-participation and size. on them are essential to effective among groups so essential to
to a smaller body, i.e. "Senate." size. Size would obviously be an representation in .any large rational policy formation can be
Hopefully another will suggest impediment to efficiency if all Student members are "turned governing process. achieved through appointments
creation of four self-governing members of the Assembly off" by the Assembly because of "ambassadors" empowered to
Faculty dissatisfaction arises state the official position of their
.-==.5 === 9S dvde onfrom the fact that policy groups toward the policy
Initiatives on faculty, matters initiatives of others. Third, it
Originate more often with higher broadens the participation base of
authority than with ordinary. University governance by making
II t b faculty members. Indeed, the' every person on campus a voting
b k problem became so serious this, member of an association. This
year that faculty members formed would end the current dual
San all-college caucus, a move representation system which
Thl which apparently offended sever- makes all faculty and A & P
... acadieepi ad "istatorl. mU embers of the Assembly, but
The "second- jipoal speaks member-ship.
directly to these problems. It
suggests the division of powers Although some may deny it,
currently held by the Assembly the proposal actually strenthens
among four selfgoerning ponsti- the idea of a. University
tuent associations (Associated "community". The proposition
Students, Faculty Association, that the effective pursuit of group
Career Service Association and interest will cause unnecessary
Administrative and Prfessional. conflict is perposterous in light of
Association) and a University the fact that the purpose of
S.Senate. Since self-government is University governance is to
:_MEWa primary objective of the provide a forum for the
proposal, powers would be expression and settlement of such
divided on the basis of interest differences. In fact there is ample
So you didn't take our word. We and competence. Power over reason to believe that reconcilia-
warned you that the monsoon faculty compensation, tenure, tion of differences and self-
season is here, and is still promotion, working conditions, government are the essential
expected to be around for several evaluation (and perhaps academic conditions for a sense of
more weeks. So umbrellas better programs) would be devolved to community. Until all groups on
be kept nearby for those sudden the Faculty Association on campus have an opportunity to
Cloud bursts, unless, that is, you grounds that the faculty have the pursue their interests and govern
enjoy walking in th rain--which, greatest interest and competence themselves to some extent, they
after some classes, might be a in these areas. Power over will regard other groups with
perfect way to refreshen one's- student activities, organizations hostility and suspicion.
spirit. Afternoon showers and and the student activity fee would
thunder-showers will remain a be devolved to the Associated TOM MONGAR
, -. :threat on the campus and in Students on similar grounds.
Jacksonville on almost a daily
basis 'till the air grows cooler, Under this arrangement every
and the days a little shorter. member of the University IMPORTED
Staff Photo by Shirley Coubin community would become a C
voting member of an association
and each association would
CT determinee its own method of
political organization. Though
td sovereign in certain areas, the
associations would be subject to
the customary limitations of state
law, Board of Regents regulat-
ions, and presidential veto. .
Powers not devolved to associa- ,..'
tions because they overlap '
constituencies would be exercised '
by a University Senate made up of :
equal representation from each ,;. "
association. Equal representation ,- u
is possible because the Senate
would exercise powers of
secondary interest to the
associations.
.The merits of this: proposal are E DE 10 Pak
obvious. First, it provides each Street
major group in the University cY
division of labor with a means of
discussing and developing its own 5 Pbints
interests independent of other.





'irk.

iTHE HALYARD Kirkt
Published every other week by members of the Newspaper Workshop-,
|:zh n yo rOr Feisty Outspokenness
class at the University of North Florida for all members of the UNFs
.Opinions expressed in this newspaper are not necessarily the opinion
of the University or its officials. Former Governor Claude Kirk Recalling a luncheon when I
S. 'still manages to catch the gleam had the pleasure and honor to be
STAFof an occasional limelight the luncheon partner of Governor
Wherever he appears, especially Askew, I contrast the personali-
Managing Editor ......... ........................ Dale Edelberg around the Bold New City, and ties of the twol Askew, unlike
Production Manager.................................Drew runson shows he canstill get a rise out of Kirk, was not quick to speak nor
dti For Floridians. While being inter- to answer. He carefully thought
is dltor .... ............................Buzz Mills viewed recently on a local out his answers and spoke with
television program, Kirk reaffir- reserve, yet with the candor of an
Editorial Pge Editor ........................... hirey Corbin med that his strong personality honest man. Askew did not call
S^ can still deliver the punches with names nor did he seek to
Feature Editor........................................... Carolyn Kenyon a,feisty outspokenness. downgrade institutions which
: were having problems. What ht
S Executive Editor ..... .Ron Feinberg f~; Whether one reacts with anger, Whether one reacts with anger, did do was to approach problems
..................... adoration, or laughter, Kirk has adoration, or laughter, Kirk has with the attitude that solving
Editor and Gencral Manager .'. Aisse. P .WALR b to be given credit for his audacity to be given credit for his audacity., comes with introspection, plann-
The strength of his "charisma" is The strength of his "charisma" is ing, and the initiation of actions
trial business adadvertsin offices located in Room 2 attested in recalling those days attested in recalling those days that would be mindful of the
BEio ald business; andction ofadvertsingo s locatein1 Ro lding 3 atTh when the state of Florida Caught when the state of Florida caught .persons being affected.
^Buiilding 8; production office located in Room 1361, Building 3 at The, the nation's eyes with the doings the nation's eyes with the doings
SUniversity of North Florida, St. John's Bluff Road South, P.O. Box. of "Claudius Maximus" or "God of "Claudius Maximus" or "God
17074, Jacksonville, Florida 32216. Telephone; (904) 646-2817..i Kirk." Kirk"
Represented nationally by National Educational Advertising Services, Constrasting the fire o v-
Inc., 360 Lexington Ave., New York, Nw York 10017. What catches th wt nequiet of Askew, onemay
1What catches t wan. tne quiet of Askew, one may
S r ionans now is what flies from lose sight of the reality shrouded
S- the tongue of Kirk in expressing in the smoke. Actions do speak
his feelings about the "state of louder than words. Results will
the state", expressly gubernator- stay grounded while the idle
S' ially speaking, Kirk has a lot to words, promises, and campaign
say. For example, recalling his speeches drft with the wnd.
Loss of the governorship to Reubin What the citizens of Florida did
i y Askew, Kirk declares, "Lincoln not do was to elect a "pretty
Couldn't get elected in this state. I boy." They merely dethroned a
all Add in couldn't get elected in this state. self-proclaimed god and put a real
Take one duck and 12 eggs. Add i And do you know why? Because man back into the Florida's
we're not pretty boys like Reubin Governor's mansion.
one university and you get three eggs we'renotpret ys Reubin Governor's mRAMAZER
broken and nine missing. _______
It is hard to imagine why anyone ,.
would want to wreak.this Sort of
havoc on one defenseless female It was a different time, a different
1e al -place. Students on campuses
duck. around the country were restless,
S -. unhappy with the doings of the
Pe e e country, with policies of the
-r o e i 8 mpus w re government. Starting in the late
~:: gerre ral y w-fd~h '"g'B"i ,sixties, rallies began pulling
general Ware of th ihiK "committed radials" from
who was sheltering hereggs n the classrooms, informing them that
g ., geggs' I A rr they had been duped. Students
",nIa, d today are back in'the classroom,-
hitch-hikers shelter, and there wereI A t/IT (Oi but they remember the days of
some attempts to make her life a little protest. Yes, it is a different time
a itl I...now, a different place. But we've
or comfortable wh e she was W all grown a bit in the process.
more comfortable while she was THODR TW r, St,ff Photo by ,Shirle Corbi
working on this miracle of nature.
Bread and water were laid beside
her and one enterprising person tore a
open a bag of potato chips and put
them next to her so shecould have a EDITOR: members of the Halyard why our
WE are writing as angry and article was not published we
change in diet. disgruntled members of the received this reason: an adver-
University community. We repre- tisement in the Halyard was to
sent Alpha Sigma Pi, the have been 3 by 7 (which as we
Yet there wa at lea One person accounting club, auid as officers understand it is -3 columns by 7
whodid not care fo he offrts and fee it is our duty to enter a inches)andinstead the person
cared even less that these would d have It is our understanding that the to make the ad 4 by 7. Due to this
a n eHa lyard is a paper for the fact, out article was left out
been the first ducklings hatched on A .University and its members. We because our column space was
i.. : feel as though we have been gone.
this am pus. slighted. We submitted an article To add insult to injury, when
for publication in the 'June 26 looking through the paper the
Clyde Smith from Grounds said issue concerning Mr. JimKing of only advertisement we found to
Jim King and Associates. be 4 by 7 was an advertisement
that he had thought of the possibility Mr. King is coming to speak oiff rom the Halyard asking for
that f ossibilit Letters to the editor should our campus about job opportuni- various types of workers to "Sail
that another wild animal had gotten always be brief and to the point. ties and we- felt that most Our Ship."
to the eggs but dism issed At because All letters intended for publica- students on campus have an In reflection, perhaps this ad is
to t becaustion must be signed and include interest in this area. For this a good idea, maybe new blood
he knew of no animal that would the writer's full address,.although reason we believe that many may will be infused into the Halyard
names will be withheld upon not be aware that Mr. King is and these persons will be more
break three eggs and leave them request. The editor reserves the coming to campus because they university community oriented
right to shorten letters to make didn't read about it in the paper. and see that information relevant
lying uneaten while it stole the/ them conform to space limita- Mr. King will be here on July 16, to the university is printed first
tions. the day before your next issue, and articles and ads that
others. there press coverage is lost to us. journalism students do primarily
We are protesting the for practice and experience are
So this campus does n t have 12 non-publication of the article for 'given their just consideration.
new ducks and possibly never will--all two primary reasons. First, front We felt motivated to protest
page coverage was given to a' and hope that from now on the
because one person decided he would movie review and how this ;is University community is consid-
news of the University is entirely ered first when articles are
mimic the egg-suckin' dog. beyond our understanding. If it selected for publication.
mh ek d g has relevance for the University ALLEN SHIRES
beyond entertainment value we JIM POWELL
would like to know what it is. ALICE WRIGHT
DR W BRUNSON Secondly, when we asked staff ELAINE WEAVER






Page 6.- July 10, 1974 THE HALYARD.
By CAROLYN KENYON The Depression comes and
Halyard Feature Editor Mame and hor little family find
themselves struggling to survive.
The million dollar musical is Some of the most hilarious as well
back and doing well! Glamour as touching scenes are during this
and tinsel such as the musicals of segment of the picture. She takes
the Thirties and Forties are few a job as' a sales clerk- at a
and far, between today but the department store and it is here
Slavish entertainment that that She meets a rich, Southern
"Mame" brings us is even rarer. gentleman from Georgia. '
Robert Preston is excellent as
An eye-dazzling musical that the smooth talking Beauregard.
was adapted from the book His role has been expanded and
"Auntie Mame," the story of several new songs added which
"Auntie Maine," the story of P h
Patrick Dennis, an orphan boy Preston handles beautifully.
who comes to live with his Mame and Beauregard sing
"kooky" aunt. It. has been and dance their way across
produced as a Broadway play, a Europe during a few years of
film, a broadway musical and marital bliss before tragedy
now as a screen musical. strikes. Maine returns a widow
and finds her young nephew
It all begins when Mame, a and madly in love with a fakey
bohemian type of woman, is left blond from Connecticut. How- ,
----- sible for her young ever, Mame saves him from the
nephew. The story pjCeds with disastrous situation and gently
the education of the young boy I tn another girl. At the
along the same lines as the zany end we see Mame off again'
life his aunt leads. (It runs the more of her colorful travels and
gamut of crazy parties, unusual this time she has her nephew's *
i friends, liberal schools, trips son with her for an introduction
everywhere and so on.) 'into her world.
Lul Beatrice Arthur portrays
Lucille Ball plays the title role Mame's best friend and some of
Swithzest and a style all her own., the best moments of the picture is
Fan's of the talented redhead will the t*o of them together. She
not be disappointed and it is a brings a punch to her lines that
pleasure to see her using all her can't be imitated and there is
talents in one picture. Her always a. pause before her
dancing sequences are well done, delivery with that piercing look
Sheer singing is more than adequate that she has become famous -for.
and of course, she is a comic She almost steals the-showfom -
extraordinaire. the talented pro.

By CAROLYN KENYON the background and a calm, with drawn butter. Fred Levy, the The sea-tray which is loaded with
Halyard Feature Editor peaceful island atmosphere owner; takes pride in providing shrimp, oysters, deviled crab,
f *.^.......Iffoodisoneofyour prevails, the finest lobster available, snapper onion rings, hush
If P6lynesian food is one of your The Deep-Six Lounge beckons There is nothing better tasting in puppies and other delicious
Dttl Ipassions but you don't want to fly you as you enter and the the world than a Maine lobster tidbits is also a gastronomic
to Hawaii or the South Pacific for Polynesian drinks flow freely. The that is prepared correctly. Throw delight.
dinner, there's a great place in Pina Coladas are hard to beat and your delicate manner aside and
Jacksonville for you. The Bambu 'taste so refreshing you'll order dig in for a treat. Plastic bibs are Expansion plans are in
Luau, located at 3438 Blanding another. available and the waitresses are progress with a new lounge and
Blvd. on the Cedar River has If you are a lobster lover, don't more than happy to bring extra pianqbar, banquet facilities and a
S. y atnosphere gopd food 4andX pass their tank of live Marine napkins. The big thing is to enjoy larger Festaurant being planned.
."L'. :'. f' .....?price a.. '- lobster on display in the lobby With the excellent service and
At night, flaming torches without selecting one for dinner. 'moderate prices the Bambu Luau
reflect themselves in the: quiet They are healthy specimens and The dinners all include a baked should continue to be'a favorite
river. Soft island music plays in delicious when broiled and served potato, salad and fresh-bread. spot in Jacksonville.


i Halyard Executive Editor Ron
Feinerg interviews former Sec-
retary of State Dean Rusk. Rusk,
and Johnson administrations, is
*,currently a professor of Interna-
tional Law at the Lumpkin School
e of Law, University of Georgia.
Feinberg joined the Halyard staff,
in an advisory position, this
quarter. He is a general
assignment reporter with the
Florida Times-Union.





FeIi*era Take AOvert xecuhe P if
By LUTHER ANTHONY all the world, like a wet-behind 200,000 including cities like the near future to Israel. Ron's The apartment is lined with
Halyard Staff Writer.' the ears college student. The Athens and Columbus, Georgia. assignment as a stenographer at a books of all shapes, sizes and
I'm sure the name Ron navy type denim jeans and work He was also, at one time, news "NATO Base," in Seckenheim, descriptions, from Freud's Ana-
Feinberg will not cause you to shirt that he sometimes wears editor of a weekly paper. Germany, while serving in the lysis to the works his favorite
drop everything else, that you're doesn't help his image any. U.S Army, afforded him the author, Thomas Wolfe. Norman
doing, to read this. -He hasn't Neither does the mustache that Ron has been writing for as' opportunity to see Europe first Mailer can be found somewhere
written any books. But it might he probably grew to make him long as he can remember. His class. Hereadily admits that he near Phillip Roth, even his
interest you to know that he is .look older and wiser, talents are such that he published disliked the army but at the same penchant for spy thrillers can be
now in the twentieth re-write of : several short stories while still in time he agrees that it gave him seen in the books of lan Fleming.
the great American novel. Two must be his lucky number. high school. Although he prefers "soul" and built his character. Another wall is covered with
He seems forever to be doing features he feels that he has original oil paintings collected in
They haven't selected him to things in pairs. While at the gained a lot from his experience his travels. He has a most diverse
"Who's Who In America,". yet. University of Georgia, graduating as a news-writer. His assigne- Writing, is for Ron, a personal record collection: Beethoven,
but he did make it into "Who's in 1970, he received a Bachelor of ments have included interviews of thing. He. seeks, through his Brahms, Cat Stevens and cast
Who In Southern Universities and *.Arts degree in Journalism and prominent statesmen, among writing, to bring "truth in life." recordings from Broadway
Colleges." Never heard of it, you English. He was editor of both the them: Dean Rusk, former As is evident in his article in the Shows. Ron is truly a believer in
say, so what you probably never .campus paper "Red and Black" Secretary of State; Lester Maddox last issue of the "Halyard" he living life to the fullest.
heard of Ron Feinberg before and "Kerux" a general interest and Jimmy Carter, former and attempts to evoke from the reader
either. magazine. Presently he is present Governors of Georgia, a confession of "yes, I see what His leisure time is spent doing
For the sake of you unknowing employed as a general assign- respectively; Spiro T. Agnew the you mean" or "that's exactly how the things that he likes best. He is
knowledge seeking students of meant reporter for the "Florida former Vice President, as well as, it In his life as well as in his in some respects a romantic. His
humanity Ron Feinbere is 'the Times-Union min addition to Hubert H. Humphrey, former work Ron possesses a great sense idea of the perfect paradise is to
executive editor of the campus being an adjunct professor of Vice President and presently, of detail. He is a firm believer in lie back in a nice, comfortable
newspaper. Big deal, you say. No journalism. U.S. Senator from the state of ordeliness. His motto could well chair, in a refreshingly air
he isn't very big in fact he's a His journalist experiences are Minnesota. be "A place for everything and conditioned room reading 'Look
short, stocky guy. You've many and varied. He has worked His love of the open, road has everything in it's place." A Homeward Angel', listening to
probably seen him walking on the staff of at least five taken him on extensive trips description of his apartment for Rimski-Korakov's recording of
around campus with his black newspapers. Ranging in reader throughout. the United States, example, would serve to verify "Schezerade," while sipping
attache case in hand, looking, for circulation of' from 10,000 to Canada, Europe and hopefully in this. Beaujolais.





THE HALYARD July 10, 1974, Page 7

Cummer Gallery


Hum of Activity
By FRANK STANFIELD Any major art theft automati-
Halyard Staff Writer call triggers several law
The Cummer Art Gallery is a enforcement actions. All art
hum of activity these days as dealers are .notified of the theft,
security guards test new burglar as well as Interpol (the
alarms and nervously stalk international police agency), the
gallery corridors. FBI, and local authorities. Copies
and circulars of the stolen art
Their nervousness is under- works are distributed to the
standable because on Saturday various agencies;.
June 15, one or more art thieves
walked away with a small portrait Money' is the motive for most
by Anthony Van Dyck. art thefts, but once' the object is
The stolen the thief usually finds that
The painting, an 8xil inch oil there is virtually no market for
on wood paneling, was entitled stolen art works.
"Hendrick Van Balen" and was a Despite numerous instances of
-portrait of Van Dyck's instructor. art theft, art insurance is not
usually an effective remedy for
The theft was discovered *by insuring against 'possible loss.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rickus who Many times owners insure art

Replenisa, the F dailyrme's by farms in the first time when they noticed an order to prevent paying high
ovarea, the Farmeros dMarket brims empty picture frame in the 17th taxes or higher insurance
over with fresh produce for eager, century gallery.
and economy-minded buyers. premiums.
T here is, so to speak, something "It sounds silly -- it was kind of
for everyone, -no matter what Odf, The Cummer Gallery, which
one's taste arery On anyo m atter what weird seeing an empty frame up has been open since- 1961, has a
hundreds of persons can be found but we did examine it, policy of not disclosing the value
milling around stalls, delicately said Mrs. Rickus. of their paintings publicly. Mrs,
manipulating the produce to find The couple later told security Parker was following this policy
just the tomato, or watermelon, or guard Steve White about the Gallery has a policy of notCummer
squash that is at its peak of empty frame. White's initial discussing matters like this based
ripeness. The market' is a place' reaction was one of disbelief. He discussing matters like not want to
for looking and buying; and. of suggested to the'couple that taey encourage this sort of thing.t
course, watching as the game of had looked at the painting at encourage this sort of thing.
infinitesimal ways. confused by the glare from
Staff Photos by Shirley Corbin artificial lighting. Seeing -.,is
believing however, because after
the Rickus' showed'- White the
empty frame he was convinced.
All exits were locked and patrons APARTMENTS
consented to be searched.
Another mill painting, "En- N BEAUTIFUL WATERFRON
S" 'toihnient f.C.h .by Peter Skmw n- --,,. S" .

had once worked in 'te studio o '
Rubenis. ,,, .. ..
Mrs.' Margaret K_. Parker, San Jose Ivd.
assistant museum director, told (at Goodby' Lake)
authorities that the frame wai as
valuable as the, painting.











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Campus Police:


Safety Is Their Game

By THELMA CRIBBS problem; the constant patrolling to your advantage to let them
Halyard Staff Writer of parking areas and the circular know when you will be out there.
drive discourage it. Those few The lakes on campus will soon
The University of North Florida who do speed usually receive only be opened to fishing enthusiasts
(UNF) is a community; its prime a warning. Problems of the and another duty added to those
objective is service to that department are mainly minor, the of our campus police. They will
community. An important elem- most common consisting of patrol the lake areas, check the
ent of this service is safety for its parking in restricted areas and cars, and check fishing licenses.
members. Enter the campus failing to register vehicles The courteous service already
police. The members of this force properly. My spokesman empha- offered, such as helping to start
look like police officers and they sized that enforcement of the law cars with dead batteries, etc., will
are. They are not security is seldom needed here. be extended to this area, also.
guards. Requirements and enfor- Poaching has been a problem in The spokesman was questioned
cement authority are the same as the past; for patrol uty in on rape- problems and racial
for any police force off campus., wooded areas, a four-wheel drive unrest, matters of high current
pickup is an essential part-of their interest. He said there has never
A present force of 15-they are automotive pool. Ecology is a been an occurrence of either at
short one-of which two are subject of major importance to the UNF, adding that race relations
women, combines a total of 97 Jacksonville area and the here are the best possible. One
year of previous law enforcement thousand acre campus of UNF is other area is also covered; though
experience. Certified as state designated as a wildlife preserve. the force has jurisdiction only on
university policemen, the educa- Our campus police must keep the UNF property, anything occurr-
tional level of the force is high, preserve safe for both the animals ing off campus which endangers .
while the average is low. Most are and the enjoyment of those who life or property here would be
under 30, a few past 50. Many use the nature trails. included in this jurisdiction, such
have college degrees, one has a as some one shooting toward the
B.S. degree and others, are The spokesman for the force, in campus,.
working toward one. stressing their main objective is If a woman police officer
safety and service, asks that answers your call for help, don't
The cars are not equipped with people who use the trails come by be dismayed. She is expected to
vascar (a radar type device to the security building first. Check and does, perform the same
clock speeders); it is not in with them, inform they when duties as her male cohorts. And it
necessary. The speedometers are you expect to return. The many would probably be best not to get
checked every six months for trails are winding, you may get fresh with her-she also is trained staff Photo by Shirley Corbin
accuracy. Speeding is a minor lost, and there are snakes. So it is in judo.


Small puddles grew once again
into small lakes as sewers -backed
St up following last week's cloud-
R bursts. City work crews were kept
Sbusy keeping streets cleared, and
officials with the Jacksonville
SElectric Authority (JEA) report
power temporarily lost in some
parts of the city following
So .. thundershowers.



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UNF students and faculty are ary emphasis upon proficiency in Toastmistress Club, they should l;.
invited to join in a concerted communication, leadership train- contact Ms. Ruth F. Skapyak at
student recruitment effort at the ing, skill in organizational Pesonnel Office UNF for further
State Community Colleges as techniques and self-development, information.
follows: It was incorporated in 1938 in This is a training organization
July 15-16 FJC Suth Campus a Frnco. and will aid woman in every Another Fourt of July has
July 22 Santa Fe-Gainesville JTC believes through better phase of communication. A e
July 23 St. Johns-Palatka communication there will beed and the city has returned
July 24-25 FJC Kent Campus greater understanding, and cAR EER as and air-conditioners.
Persons interested in ptici- wot id use reed oi n oii on OPEN Nhile few birthdays are celebrat-
Pwithout political, social, econo- DA SEV C : ed a taiy and asm
pating in the university's student mic, racial or religious bias ed as avidly and cith as much
recruitment efforts are encourag- PHYSICAL FACILITIES: Custo- enthusiasm it must be admitted
ed to contact Dr. Williawithout dial Workers (2) $5,199.12: that after 198-years,it's good to be
ed to contact Dr. William prejudice is encouraged, so able to stand and see +hp srockets
Wharton or Mrs. Jo Zimmerman prejudice isencouraged, so Custodial Supervisor I (2) able to stand and see the 'rockets
(Vice Presidents office) ext. 2700 International Toastmistress Clubs 5,574.96: Operating Engineer I red glare' still shining over a
by(Vie President's office) July 15. welcomes to membership all (2) 6973.92: Painter 7,72560: country that is troubled but still
by July 15. interest adult women without Eng. Tech. III 8,372.88: Carpen- proud -- proud of. its history,
--s ---- regard to race, religion or ter 7,725.60. heritage and its. future.
What is Toastmistress? Who a p. POLICE DEPARTMENT: Caim-
can join? What is the ultimate A new Toastmistress club is in pus Security Police Officer
objective of Toastmistress? the process of chartering on UNF 9,375.12.
International Toastmistress and membership is open to any FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING:
club is a nonprofit educational student, faculty or career staff Secretary II 6,264.00.
organization which places prim- member of the UNF community.
An organizational meeting, will Accountant III 10.607.04.
be held today, July 10 at 12 noon
Official Notice in Bldg. 8 room 11.
If this time is inconvient for INFORMATION SYSTEMS: Key- ; A... A .. -
A Compucorp Statitician cal- woman interested in joining a punch Operator 2.85 per hour. This public document was
culator, valued at $430, has been ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES: promulgated at man esdmated
reported missing, according to I --= Clerk Typist II 2.82 per hour. cost ofll per copy to inornn
the University of North Florid-a -*Ua. ; 7Z I ]students, faculty, career
Police rt nt. 'PHYSICAL FACILITIES: Clerk I service, and administrative
ie bie cuatMASTE.R (Messenger) 2.49 per hour. [ and professional staff about
The beige calculator, one of activities affecting the univer-
several maintained for student EUROPEAN CENTRAL RECEIVING: Clerk I sity community.
use in the statistics laboratory, MECIH. 2.49 per hour, *-.... .......i. sb.
bears the UNF inventory number recYcLES NEW-UD ,
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000300190. -. REPAIR PARTS fr ACC. A
0Any person who may have BIQYCLE INSURANCE Typist II 2.82 per hour.A'
information as to the whereabouts 152 M ewuui Tif. STUDENT ASSISTANTS NEED-a ASK A FRIEND
of this property is asked to contact 743S4722 TED--Contact personnel Cdepar- EA CIVI
the UNF police or Dr. Caldwell. E--Et depart-





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This is an invitation to play a status to sit in on a game that cost seems strange that India would Starvation has no meaning in So congratulations, India, fora
game. It's a rather simple game, millions just for a seat. want to play, you're right-it is the United States, it is a real bargain!
but the stakes are high. There strange. You see, Communism conversational hyperbole. But in You get to play with the big
are no rules, but it's expensive to There used to be only five and Christianity generally encou- India it is a living entity, a boys.
participate-$400 million, at least. players: the United States,, the rage exploitation of the environ- creature that just loves the very Never thought you'd make it
SSoviet Union, the People's ment. Hinduism does not. old and' the very young, and somehow thought you were
So if you have $400 million Republic of- China, France and India has over 500 million during a famine it is the only one different y
laying around with notigbee Great Britain. But there's always people. It also- has the lowest who eats well. PerIa0s we were w"- :
to do with it, you'reelligible. GreatBritain. But tre always calorie per day per person intake, Famine, as one observer wrote, .rha.
Room for one more. the highest illiteracy rate and the is "a villar ust child -erhaps Kipling should see you
.There is only one... .- now. Hewouldprobably sdickerd
however. There are no inrs, By now you've realized the highest infant rt te in protesting t with wrenching, break-Herobably snicker,
ther w ei- weh be or at least smile.
only losers. game is Nuclear .q apinoes adni A'w. ing cries as it tries to suck milk
S' r. L ,-tes re keeps. In addition, in India, the threat from a dead mother's breast." Gandhi, probably, would weep.o
of famine is constant; constantly But $400 million, we are told, is
why play Prestige. What India just joined the game. If it on the rise, that is. getting off cheap for a bomb. LARRY SPISAK
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The United States, Russia, uses of atomic energy. Yet the where there is supposedly large argument that they alone have injects into the mids of millions of
England, France and China United States has used under- quantities of natural resources exclusive right to knowledge. It Indians the long awaited
started the nuclear explosiotis ground explosions to extract buried very deep. also implies that since India is a psychological boost-that Indian.
exclusively for military purposes crude oil. India spent a total of $400 poor country it should also be rins and hands are capable of
exclusively for military purposes, trains nuca- ignoranet--at least s -nuclear inadare capable of,
and nuclear arsenals. The indian So far no country has used such thousand for testng.f nuclear ignorant--at least n nuclear placing the country in the same
government started its atomic explosions for digging,'deepening devices in the past decade know-how. category as industrialized states.
energy program -in 1948 and or widening canals or for mining which has created an iternatio- India's next door neighbor Western scientists have long
having produced internationally or engineering because of fear of nal uproar. Very few journalists Pakistan has been most loud so concluded that science and
honored and recognized scien- radioactivity. This is where India and news stories have stated that far on India's nuclear expolsion as technology are prime movers of
tists, has repeatedly assured the wants to be first. during this period India has spent she fears India in spite of all development in any economy,
world that India's atomic energy $2.8 million in nuclear research in assurances and an offer of a no India as of 1974 has four nuclear
program is for peaceful purposes Everycountryastherigh to agiclture medicine and warpact.Yet, onOctober2, 1966, power plants producing 1490
only. p l eveop its ata resures science. on the third nuclear explosion by MWe of electric power and has a
develop its. natural resources
It is the contention of th particular when the present When the world .is becoming China, the President of Pakistan fifth one under construction
F-IVE tht is a rigt for the difficulties in raw- material and smaller each day with the latest wrote to Chairman Chou-En-Lai which will produce an additional
rFi t i is all rn fr e sner ceshave demons- technology, nuclear technology or "..that laws of nature are truly 470 MWe by 1976.
rich to use nuclear energy for a s. y---.frtha .. .n.techn. ogy universal and their development India.w'W also set up a nulear
destruction but not eight ot a- it 8a into technology could not -the t n of am watt capacity
poor country to find outlt & &P*.itSu a 1 &v._Nol_ ino- nti .d t '.t1 n uia c i l_
can be used constructively. of nations including the United -India has large resources of also shows that the Asia peaceful uses atomicenergy.
It is difficult to understand the States. nuclear fission material, particul- scientistscan e to y vel an Ultimately, it is the example of
outcry in some cases oud and in nd as advanced sufficiently arly Thorium, and she sees in work on 'the frontiers .of what India does that will matter.
outcry in some cases oud and in Indihas advanced sufficiently nuclear technology the possibili- knowledge in the most sophistica- -
other cases mild, that have been in nuclear research to develop its ties of mating rapid advances in ted fields." The country has an opportunity to
raised against India for joining nuclear for utilization "how that nuclear Capabilities:
the exclusive nuclear club of five t nolgy for u o agriculture, medicine, mining, If there is one country in the need not be coterminous with the
of its iJdi9genous resources.for
by detonating an atomic device. pea andeconomic prpes oil, gas and power at a relatively free world today that badly needs development of capability of
peae a economic purposes cheaper cost. a powerful push to its nuclear destruction.
A vast majority of people all Oae.pf the top priorities of this To say that only affluent development hopes, it is, beyond This is what I, an Indian, think
over the world have been led to n -cleartexplosion is. to tap oil or countries have the right to doubt, India and her 'teeming of India's nuclear expolsion.
believe that there are no peaceful gas potential ir Rajasthan desert technology is also to stretch the population. This successful test Sudarshan Kumar Kuthiala Ph.D.
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perhaps an hour or so to kill to slide into and rest a bit? Well, to corners that stretch into trees, the chatter of students and wrong angle. Have a few brews
before that next major exam? if you fall into any of those country miles, the Boathouse can professors is broken only by the before hand, might open up an
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