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Would YOU use a day care center?
BY JUDI BENSON CYNTHIA IS STARTING her "Hello. This is Cynthia Martin. students at UNF. It even includes A university that provides for
first quarter at the University of Is it possible to get a sitter now? I members of the faculty and staff. its students in so many other
"Nancy?...Cynthia. I have a North Florida. She has just moved have a class in 5 minutes. Oh... a Consequently, the response to the ways could go one step further
class in 20 sitter here from North Carolina and has form...I see...downtown!! Oh question, "Would you use a day and provide a day care center.
just cancelled out...and I need few contacts. care center on campus?" has Many elementary education
you to watch John for a few hours. -been extremely affirmative, majors foresee a day care center
No?..." "Hello Fred? I would never ask I|UUtr ti A baby sitter who is sufficient on campus as being a benefit not
you but I need help. I've got to this week may cancel out the only to parents but also as a
Cynthia is 28 years old, have a sitter. I have a class in 10 S next. A child's school may be training center for future
recently divorced and the mother minutes...I've tried everyone else : .. closed on a day that the parent teachers.
of a 2 year old. I know...Yeah, maybe I'll check a has to work. In many cases the
sitting service." well, it's only taken me 10 years parent is divorced or separated "I hate the idea of having to
"Hello, Martha? I need a sitter to complete 2 years of college and has no one to rely on. What drive across town to sit in a
desperately. I have a class in 15 Cynthia hopes to graduate in 2 anyway..." do these parents do? Many miss classroom and observe pre-school
minutes and I can't get anyone, years so that she can devote more class or are forced to bring their children when the teacher doesn't
No, she can't. Oh well, I'll just time to the job that lies ahead THE DILEMMA is not an children with them to school.
keep trying." raising a family, unusual one, nor is it restricted to Neither solution is ideal. See Page 4

Vol. 1 No.2 University of North Florida Jacksonville, Florida Wednesday, January 23 1974

UNF faculty

urged to form

A.F.T. unit

Members of the faculty at the While an assistant professor of
University of North Florida were philosophy at the University of
urged to unionize by Dr. Florida, Megill expressed pro-
Kenneth Megill, president of the Markist views in his classes.
American Federation of Teachers
for the State of Florida at a The
meeting held Jan. 10 on campus ineffectual censor of the Univer- .
sity of Florida when former
g as president Dr. Stephen O'Connell ka
Megill, also chairmanpof the refused to grant Megill tenure
American Federation of Teach-
er's Local 1880, told a group of despite recommendations for his
about 30 faculty members that tenure by Megill's comrades.
faculty unionization provides an
"Effective voice to counteract MEGILL PREDICTED the STRADIVARI QUARTET will perform Tuesday at the Civic Auditorium, with UNF as one ot the sponsors.
growing university administrative AAUP Would attempt to unionize Quartet members, left to right, are Allen Ohmes, violin; Charles Wendt cello; William Preucil, viola; and
power." UNF faculty. He also predicted John Ferrell, viola. -- Story on page 6.
the UNF administration would
support the AAUP over the AFT.
The power of university According to Dr. Roy L. ThL a was the move Ith t wasn't
presidents in state university Lassiter, vice-president and dean
systems is too great, according to of faculties, the Florida State
Megill. He also said that a faculty Supreme Court *directed the
union at UNF would be a more Florida legislature to provide igd
effective voice for the faculty than vehicle for collective bargaining
the present representation of the for state universities.
faculty on the general assembly.
A union, said Megill has the It won't go down in history as particularly for the classrooms Veteran staff members, faculty
"power of contract with legally "The legislature did not take The Great Move of January 15. and other inside areas, were and students -- who recall that the
binding stipulations" whereas any action on the matter during blamed for the delay. first scheduled date was last fall --
the general assembly is only a the last session," said Dr. are openly skeptical about the
vehicle for political representa- Lassiter, "so the Supreme Court That was the date, some may Latest word now is that the March 1 date.
tion. has established a committee to recall, when the first of the new building completion will begin
set up the rules." buildings in Phase II were to be February 15 with initial moves Meanwhile, it's back to the
MEGILL STRESSED the im- ? completed -- and it was expected projected for the first week in doubled-up offices and scramble
portance of affiliating with It is not necessary for the that departments would begin March. for classrooms.
American Federation of Teachers faculty to nionize, but i a moving into the facilities of
(AFT) rather than the American majority of the faculty was in building 8.
Association of University Profes- favor of this move, the next step
sors (AAUP) which Megill terms would be to vote for which group Even as the first issue of THE .
an impotent faculty union, they wished to represent them. HALYARD was carrying campus
The state then would be required planner Eugene Harrie's words
to bargain with the union that the building would be
"Choosing the AAUP instead collectively. completed Jan. 15, the planner
"Choosing the AAUP stead received a letter from the
of the AFT to represent the UNF contractor informing him that the
faculty would be choosing an One faculty member Said that buildings would not be completed
organization which is approved by UNF is the only university in the as scheduled.
the Board of Regents and which state system that hasn't taken
has a record of ineffectual strong steps toward collective
negotiating ability", said Megill. bargaining. SHORTAGES OF materials,

Page 2- January 2.3. 1"4 THE HALYARD


'A thorny matter'
"Journalistic quality is a thorny matter," according to a recent
article in "Time" magazine. 1 V
After producing one issue, Halyard staffers have found this to be
true. Striving for journalistic excellence in a newspaper is an
undertaking of enormous proportion and complex implications. i
In order to achieve any kind of credibility as a good communications
vehicle, a newspaper must adhere to certain rules of style and be
consistent in its policies. BECAUSE OF SOME questions that arose after the first issue, we "" |
have decided to clarify some of the newspaper's policies ..

First of all, the editing of Letters to the Editor and the Guest Column
is not done for the purpose of limiting freedom of expression. Editing is
done because of limited space and to ascertain that any libelous
material or copy containing innuendo or harassment is not printed.
The editing of material is by no means restricted to letters to the
editor. The work of any reporter on a newspaper must pass through a
copy desk. Editing all material that goes into a newspaper to ensure '
readability and good taste is a basic responsibilityy of a newspaper to its
readers. ... ---- | r-
At the same time, it is neither professional nor fair for persons who
have been interviewed, to ask a reporter to bring an article back for --- --
review. It is the reporters job to make sure his quotes are accurate and
his information reliable. Meeting in conference room
ALSO THE EDITORIAL Committee voted to use the term Ms. in
place of Miss or Mrs. It is also the policy of the paper to use a person's
title (Dr. Ms., Mr.) only the first time his name is mentioned in a story.
After that the person will be identified by his or her last name only.
Some have objected to this as sounding harsh; however, as one editor R eservationsnot onore
said, "We are in a campus situation now -- perhaps the only
opportunity we have to experience total equality." It's 11:55 and you have a You walk outside and begin reserve conference rooms? Is it
Our writing style, therefore, shall not discriminate according to sex meeting to attend at 12:00. wandering up and down the only "Who you are" that counts
Our wprof o sta, t sl nt de a g to You've called your professor's corridors looking for another on this campus? One would hope
or professional standingstudent assistant to double check misplaced person. A couple of that in the academic community,
Remember, keep those letters to the editor coming. The letters not if the meeting is still scheduled. It students on your committee if nowhere else in the world, rules
only serve as a podium for the readers of the paper but also as a is. You re-qheck the room approach and they've gone and general good manners would
measuring stick for the effectiveness of the newspaper. Without the number. Everything is set. through the same hassle. You're be observed.
stimulation of ideas and opinions from the UNF community, the told that the group is meeting in If a committee of students or a
newspaper could not exist. DALE Dashing in the conference room the Greek Theatre because that professor reserves a conference
DALE EDELBERG with a minute or so to spare you was the only available spot. room, then that group or
suddenly realize there are no Thank God for Florida Sunshine! individual is entitled to that
familiar faces. Stepping outside Finally the group is assembled space. If a change is necessary, it
........:^.. ...:..::..V..:..........:.. the door vou. double check the and the meeting begins 30 ispacy proper that those people
room number. It's the right room minutes behind schedule. be contacted in advance and other
but the wrong committee. be contacted in advance and other
Wh Who'? H hu arrangements made for them.
'Who's Who? Ho, hum Casually, you walk over to the
department secretary and ask IS THIS REALLY NECESS "Who You Are" will never
where a certain committee is ARY? Does it do any good to go excuse bad manners.
Recently the University of North Florida released the names of the meeting. You tell her you were through proper channels to CAROLYN KENYON
thirty-five students nominated to appear in the 1974 edition of "Who's instructed that the meeting would
Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." be in room number so-and-so but -.S
your committee is not there.
With the publication of this list came a wide flurry of criticism by Could she help? Does she know T H E H A L Y A RD
students and faculty alike. Comments have been made which range anything about it?
from charges of favoritism on the part of the selection committee to SHE STARES blankly and says,
"that thing was rigged!" SHE STARES blankly and says,
that thing was rigged. "Oh, yes! We had to scratch that
meeting. Dean called a t Published every other week by members of the Newspaper Workshop
DURING THE MONTH of November, colleges and universities meeting so we gave him the class at the University of North Florida for all members of the UNF
throughout the United States were contacted by "Who's Who" conference room." Do you know community.
officials and asked to submit nominees from their schools to appear in where my meeting was changed
the publication. to? "No, I don't," she replies and Opinions expressed in this newspaper are not necessarily the opinion
resumes her typing. of the University or its officials.
UNF President Thomas G. Carpenter assigned the task of selection STAFF
to the Student Affairs Committee who in turn sent out nomination News or ........................................ Bmbaugh
blanks to 42 university academic and activity leaders. Of the 42 ews Editors ................... Sylvia O'Del, B..ary bara Waiters
nomination blanks sent out, only 17 were returned to the Student e Reporters ... George Comer, Ricky Crews, Thelma Cribbs, Dennis
r o e Devoe, Joyce Johnson, Buzz Mills, Harold Morgan, Terry
Shom e Mothershed, Jeanie Roycraft, Roger Sallas, Bea Schemer, Dee
This is an absolute outrage. 17 out of 42? That means in simple S 0 1 Uselton, Lynne Welch.
arithmetic that 25 of those sheets either ended up in the waste basket Feature Editor ..............................Judi Benson
or were made into paper airplanes by some of UNF's finest academic The staff of "The Halyard" Assistant Feature Editor ... Carolyn Kenyon
c pushers. finally has its own office. Feature Writers and Columnists ... Linda Center, Shirley Corbin,
The reasons for such apathy are as numerous as the empty sheets of Mary Kellett, Larry Spisak, Lynn Woodbridge.
paper that somehow never found their way back to Student Affairs. As of last Monday, we are Editor, Editoal Page ........>...........................Dale Edelberg
headquartered in room 1361, Art/Photo Editor ................................... ..Don Renshaw
building 3. Photographers ................................................Doris Manukian
Perhaps they just did not have the time to sit down and honor M. 'dp o .rs ...... ..................J.' J''one '..el Ao
some of the students on this campus who have excelled not only In addition to this office the Copy Editors........................ Baldwin, Sharon MCrronitt
academically but also in their services to UNF. It is a sad fact that many Halyard is scheduled to utilize a Production Maager ....................................Mary Merritt
deserving students were unrecognized due to the failure of those 10'x50' trailer, due in this week. Production Assistant.....................................Patty Patrucci
consulted to give the matter their serious consideration. This will provide desperately- Business Manaer ........................................Chuck Lightner
needed working space for the Personel Manager ............................................Ruth Skapyak
IT'S OVER NOW. The names of the thirty-five students have already 57-member staff of reporters, Advertising Staff ...............................William Scully, Barry York
been sent in. But when next year rolls around and the nomination feature writers, page editors and Cirulation Manager Alderman
sheets are again sent out, let us hope that those who could not be ad representatives. The trailer
bothered this year take a moment and think. If they are still of the willbe positioned in the vicinity of Editor ad General Manager ... Asoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
opinion that it's not worth their time, then maybe someone should ask the portable classroom buildings. Editorial offices located at The University of North Florida, St. John's
them how much is their time really worth --to themselves andfacilities will be open Bluff Road South, P.O. Box 17074, Jacksonville, Florida 32216.
Monday through Friday from 9:00 Telephone: (904) 646-2817.
MARY MERRITr a.m. to 5:00 p.m. s^ -;f

STHE HALYARD January 23, 1974 Page 3

Guest column Sickle cell screening slated

Let's seek quality Screening for sickle cell anomia DR. GERALD STINE Associ- and flexible to become sickle-
Swill begin January 24 at 12:00 in ate Professor of Natural Science, shaped. These abnormal shapes
the Health Office, building 3, has offered genetic counseling to become hooked together and
room 2421. any student or staff members who trapped in the blood vessels.
BY TERRY FEHRS bell bottom jeans, may have questions.
Symptoms include swollen
Nurse Geraldyn Ray says that joints, stomach cramps, blood in
Lately I have been deeply PERHAPS WE SHOULD not be the testing is a simple Sickle cell anemia is a the urine, and fatigue. During
concerned with the problems we so eager to obtain all the luxuries procedure--no needle, just a hereditary blood disease affecting "ri" the sklte el vicim ma
are facing not only as Americans that money can buy. Because of pricking of the finger. mostly Blacks, although Cau- have seizes, sever pain or
but also as a world people. The our incessant buying practices, casians living in the Mediter- blackouts. sever pan or
recent energy crisis might just be today's manufacturers worry On January 15, Dr. Iris Brown ranean area, India, South
a warning of problems to come. about quantity, not quality. Associate Professor of Health and America and the West Indies RAY ENCOURAGES ALL
The American economy is fed To be an antique an object hs Physicial Education, held a have also been found to suffer students and their family
The American economy is fed To be an antique an object has lecture/discussion at the Black from it. members who have not been
by fuel. The recent shortage to last a long time. Sometimes I tudsU n members who have not been
means not only a loss of jobs but a wonder if any of the products of nt student an A genetic quirk causes blood tested for the disease to come to
cutbackin the mfthanufactutre interested students and staff A genetic quirk causes blood p for the free
cutback in the manufacturer of today will reach that point, about the -disease. cells which are normally round check-up.
plastics and synthetics. check-up.
What I am advocating is: stop
The shortage of fuel is not our letting manufacturers and adver-
only problem. Other natural tisers persuade us to "Buyll
resources are also in danger. Buy!! Buyll." gyW J and F C p Jo t v tr
Cotton fibre is becoming scarce. a
The price of food continues to Take care of things. Become
increase. Even the Levi Company choosier shoppers. Demand s
cut back on its production of quality. Do it yourself. ev tees council Is forced

Four people from University of Although the three schools are three schools. All have done some
North Florida recently attended different -- FJC, a two-year lower recent experimenting with video
The Halyard invites contri most t HALY D the first meeting of the newly division school; UNF, upper tape programming; all sponsor
The Halyard Invites contri- mot a iteres t toH H ALYARD formed Jacksonville Council on division, and JU a four-year feature movies; all have held art
buttons from all UNF personnel meders. THE HALYARD re- Student Activities. It is designed university -- the schools have shows. In order to try to have
for this "Guest Column." serves the right t edit,rev, r to coordinate activities and similar problems in scheduling something for everyone, the
Students, faculty, career person- iject any cpy. establish better communications activities. schools try to make their
nd, staff -- all are elgible to among the three major colleges programs as varied as possible.
contribute. The topic may be of Deadline for C on o for and universities in Jacksonville. Both UNF and FJC, being
your choosing, but must be the "Guest Couma" far the et commuter colleges, have difficul- A second meeting of the group
typewritten, double-spaced. Ma- inse is- ty in getting students to come was scheduled for January 21 on
trial that is libelous, or that is MONDAY, January 28. Michael Argento, Assistant back on campus for activities, the UNF campus. Before the next
guilty of harassment, Innuendo, Director of Union Activities, Jo Even JU, which is mainly a school year begins, JCSA will be
half-truth or poor taste wll not be Send or bring the copy to THE Butler, Gerald Wade and Barbara resident campus, has trouble looking into joint ventures which
accepted. Preference will be HALYARD office Room 1361 Walters were UNF's representa- getting off-campus students to should not only reduce expendi-
given those who have not Bldg. 3. If yoa ud the column, tives at this meeting. The other come back for activities, tures for each institution but
previously appeared as a "Guest include your name, home or institutions represented were should bring the various schools
Columnist" and those subjects business address and telephone Jacksonville University and MANY SIMILRITIES were closer together through a good
which are deemed to have the number for verMatin. Florida Junior College. also found in the activities of the working arrangement.

Letters to the editor
National news .needed Censonhp? something for me? ti" will appreciate this --or, more enemy to overcome, it is easy to
Ne-o0al news needed Censors*? precisely, 1954, rather than 1974. see, philosophically at least, why
An article about the Student Notwithstanding the face this nation has begun to crumble
Dear Editor, Dear Editor: Health Office in the first issue of changes of Richard Nixon for since Vietnam "ended." Since
the Halyard states that the health Alger Hiss, Sam Ervin alias Joe our eyes have been turned
After taking a look at your first Certain noticeable statements service "staged a blood bank McCarthy and the Committee on inward, they have seen nothing
edition of the University of North filtered through my mind while drive." unAmerican activities, the fear of but filth and decadence;-- in a
Florida's "Halyard," I think you reading the Halyard. Completion "Commies lurking in every dark word, we have become our
did a fairly competent job. of the articles brought me back to The health office ONLY corner" replaced by the "CIA enemy.
However, in order for this some items promised by the assisted many other Blood Bank hiding in every closet", things M SE WETZEL
newspaper to be a truly liberated newspaper, particularly guaran- Committee members. The Blood look pretty much like the
newspaper, it must go outside of teed freedom of the press and Bank Committee also consisted of "fabulous fifties" and early
the environment of the university freedom from censorship. students. sixties that we are now being told
and- even Jacksonville itself. were so "carefree and happy." ma po
The Halyard then proceeded to i I would very much appreciate it Whatever the causes of this
The Halyard should report on invite the contribution of articles, if this could be corrected so credit phenomenon -- this ostrich-like
the university and Jacksonville but with the distinction of can go where it is due. head buried in the sand nostalgia
area, but it should also become reserving the right to edit, revise, -- it is obvious that the desire for I
like "The Hurricare" of the or reject any copy. Thank you for the nice article action, and, most especially, the
University of Miami and "The I am sure at the university you wrote about the health office. desire for individual participation
Gator" of the university of level, articles wil not be libelous, The whole newspaper was in this action of "righting
Florida and report on the national create harassment or be in poor terrific. wrongs," which carried much
issues of today, i.e., Watergate, taste. But how will controversial Thank you support in the mid and latter
the election of 1974, the economy, items btreatede enespa GERY RAY, ubiquitous apathy and a
and the energy crisis, has a lot of power to judge e GERRY RAY, itou a phath an a nae
quality of its news andthe Health Office turn backward in response to new
These are the big issues of the campus member may hesitate to crises -- which are really not so
day and should be covered in ingress upon such power. W e m undisplayed with such emphasis; t
order to make "The Halyard" a LARtY NELSON ones, unfortunately for American ;-- -._-,,, ,,,,,:,,,._,,..,.,. .,_,
truly liberated newspaper. Student Had I not a trusty pocket "aooks" to blame and/or kill Potery Giflan Leather
calendar to prove otherwise, I mostly kill "dead men tell no Hanging Plant. Painting*
...ond i COrlrectlotn could have easily been fooled that tales"--for threatening "liberty, 4o Chanrotte Stneet
Sincerely, the stroke of midnight brought justice, and the American Way." St. Augustine, FLonita
PAUL K. WOODWARD Dear Editor: the advent of 1962 -- those J n W, t f s
Student Could you possibly correct familiar with "American Graffit- John Ruskec n, the famous
pher of the late nineteenth and LEATHER SHOP7-
early twentieth century, remark- ,,*.
ed that the Muse of History i' P &.*,,

S THE HALYARD invites all whose name appears under it. No includes harassment, innmendo, r learned their truth of word, and
i members of the UNF "family" to anonymous letters will be half-truth or is in poor taste, will W ; strength of thought, in war; that
c contribute Letters to the Editor printed; THE HALYARD will, not be accepted. Preference wil l:I they !were nourished in war, and -
for its issues. All letters must be pon request, withhold the name be given those who have not wasted by peace; taught by war, S
typewritten, double-spaced and of an Individual from print after previously had a letter published. :' and deceived by peace; trained by
signed;, name, address and authenticating the letter with that THE HALYARD reserves the : war, and betrayed by peace; -- in
telephone number shodd also be Individual. Letters should not be right to edit letters which are a word, that they were born in i
appended so that the letter may over one page In length. unduly long, but wD1 not print war, and expired in peace."
| be authenticated. No letter will be such letters until the author has or a nation born in war, .--" sand Hand- Bag Beltr
printed without assuring that it been apprised of the editing and ; nurtured and perpetuated by war, 1 7 CUNA ST.
has been written by the Individual Material that is Ubelous or approves. with a wartime economy, and
.values which necessitate an St. Aunustire, Floniba

Page 4 January 23, 1974 THE HALYARD

'Women are people'
Sticker as IDo we need day care?
Stickerarouses.ire CoM'd. From Pg.
really want you to be there and it "It is hard enough trying to go such a desire for an on-campus
BY DALE EDEBERG has traded his machismo for a would be so easy to have our own to school and concentrate without center that many students have
With all the racket over vacuum cleaner, training center right here on having to worry all day that suggested working together on a
Women's Lib in the last few years campus. It could work as an something may happen to my volunteer basis. "I wouldn't mind
one might conclude that even the "I would never ride in thak educational experience for future child and I wouldn't be able to get watching children for a couple of
most "piggish" of all male car," muttered one of his friends teachers as well as children." to him. It's frightening." hours if someone would relieve
chauvinists would concede that recently, apparently assuming me so that I could go to class..
wmchauvinists would concede are after all people that any man o publicly PARENTS THAT HAVE BEEN In terms of safety, a university Just being able to have my
declared women were people able to find day care centers or campus such as UNF would be children close at hand and still go
But judging from the reactions cloud be also accused of ch nn nurseries for their children are ideal with both a health service to class would be great."
But judging from the reactions could be also accused of changer still concerned, for the child may and campus police available. A One secretary dashing down
to a bumper sticker on the back of a diaper. be located 20 miles from the newOne secretary dashing down
my car, I would have to conclude new staff of this sort would not
that although women are no I recently saw a children's parent. have to be hired. In fact, there is the hall with her five-year-old
longer smoking behind the barn, program on educational television daughter was asked sarcastically
they still have a way to go before concerning jobs and careers. The if she would like to have a day
they are considered part of that program, which covered careers El w care center on campus. Her reply
"old proud pageant of man." from construction workers to F was, "Yes, today. And off the
doctors and lawyers, mentioned going two went. Her daughter cwas
The bumper sticker states only twice that women might having t heclass.
rather simplistically that women careers. A STUDENT CUT out a
are people, and has aroused clipping from the newspaper
suspicion, amusement, hostility Once the film showed an airline s 'regarding the day care center that
and most of all disbelief. I might stewardess who "helped the just opened at the University
as well have announced that I was pilot" by serving the passengers. I Hospital for its staff. It seemed to
a member of the National Society have been done relatively
of Castrators. THEN THE PROGRAM, which ; smoothly and the student asked,
kept flashing scenes of two girls "Why can't we have one here?
"SINCE WHEN are women playing with a doll house and a Florida Junior College even has a
people," ask some wittily. "Are boy playing with a toy airplane, day care center that they use as a
you one of them 'women showed a "visit to daddy's training center."
libbers'?" asked one gas station office." According to the
attendant. I was sure he would commentator, your daddy might Students not only indicated that
refuse to sell me gas if I ever have some girls who help him in they would take more courses if a
admitted to being a ."libber." his office. The two "Girls" center was available but also
And then there are the pictured on television doing stated that they would take night
psuedo-enlightened, who readily secretarial work were both well classes and summer classes. For
admit that women are people as over 50. parents of school-age children a
long as the ladies remember their I guess that is another reason summer program could ease the

place -- which is somewhere women are not considered expense and confusion of summer
between the steno pad and the people. They have a hard time r sitters.
oven. None of the comments I growing up and breaking away
receive compare with the hysteria from their images of little girls At UNF many courses are only
encountered by my husband still playing with dollhouses. But I taught once a year. In many cases
when he drives the car. Because have never heard a TV these courses are scheduled at
his back window declares that commentator call a 50 year old night or during the summer, both
women are people, he is seen as man a boy. a problem for parents. Conse-
the lowest of the low, a man who So I guess I should not be so quently, a lot of people end up
hard on people who react so staying on for another quarter to
violently to mybumper sticker. get the one course they need for
S.-. d. ...- ...*---- Women ar peo le. graduation.
I guess it is still a pretty With a day care center on
w shocking premise. campus the concern of going to
THE SAD TRUTH is that in school and raising a child could be
THE SAD TRUTH is that in lessened. Students are anxious to
Sar 1974 in the United States women get the ball rolling in this
re not treated equally with men. direction, however, they are not
The Equal Rights Amendment, optimistic about it becoming a
A university directory is due for which only asks that a woman be reality. There is a general feeling
publication by Student Activities given equal treatment and that a day care center on campuF
in the near future. It will include consideration in all areas of life as is a fantasy, an impossible dream
students, Staff, faculty and man, for instance, equal pay, the that will not be further pushed by
administrators, right to work overtime, the right FAMILIAR SIGHT on campus are mothers toting children and books to the administration. But people do
to serve on juries, the right to class, probably the strongest argument for day care center concept at want and need a day care center
Names, addresses and phone receive the same penalties as a UNF. -taff photo by Don Rnsaw. and are willing to push.
numbers are taken from registra- male when violating the law
tion materials. (some states now have greater
penalties for females than for
Anyone who dkes not wish his males) -- still has not been '
name and phone number listed ratified.
should sign special sheets for this
purpose in the Student Activities Why is it such justifiable N ew V teran s office be un
office, building 3, room 2401, or demands have been denied since
the Student Affairs office, 1923 when the first equal/rights Problems, problems every- Liddon A. Woodard, counselor Veterans who are at least
building 1, room 1101, as soon as amendment for women was where and no place to go. That for the veterans' office, has an part-time and are certified to be
possible. proposed? was the status of the veterans at office in Co-operative Education in need of tutoring can receive up
the University of North Florida and Placement at UNF. He gives to $50.00 per month for a
until the Office of Veterans' information and, if necessary, maximum of nine months. This
m Affairs opened. refers veterans to specialists will not affect regular educational
already available to assist them at assistance payments already
Located in the Office of UNF, as well as in Jacksonville, being received.
Admissions, the director Harry C. or elsewhere at regional VA Veterans interested in tutorial
Smith, provides assistance for headquarters, assistance or any help at all
veterans with admission, finan- should visit the Office of
cial aid, housing and any other A NEW SERVICE available for Veterans' Affairs or contact Smith
S 1.,-' veterans is tutorial assistance, at 646-2620.

HAN BLWN GLASUndergraduate 12 or more quarter hours $220.00 $261.00 $298.00 $18.00

SGraduate ---- 9 or more quarter hours $220.00 $261.00 $298.00 $18.00
Undergraduate 9-11 quarter hours $165.00 $196.00 $224.00 $14.00
.. ,Graduate ---. 7-8 quarter hours $165.00 $196.00 $224.00 $14.00
Undergraduate 6-8 quarter hours $110.00 $131.00 $149.00 $9.00
S Graduate 5-6 quarter hours $110.00 $131.00 $149.00 $9.00
Itr e s a LESS THAN 1/2 TIME BUT MORE THAN 1/4 TIME At. the rate of the cost of the tuition and fees,not to
Interested students admitted free with college I.D. exceed $110.00.
1 Saint George Street, St Augustine, Florida 1/4 TIME OR LESS At the rate of the cost:of tuition and fees,not to
Sn e e r, St Augutine Flor exceed 855.00.

THE HALYARD January 23, 1974 Page 5

Bookstoresells more bubblegum than books
The bookstore at the University to the current paper shortage. for is not sufficient to support the possible at lower costs to a notary public, check cashing,
of North Florida sells 5,000 pieces bookstore operation. students. and typing services.
of gum each wzek. ALTHOUGH THERE is not a Operation costs depend primar-
shortage of new books now, some In an effort to ease excessive ily on the revenue obtained from When the move to building 8 is
The price of bubble gum has small publishers have been forced costs of paper and rising prices, the sale of sundries by the store. made, the additional space will
remained constant for years, but out by the shortage, said the university bookstore is allow the bookstore to enlarge
the bubble has burst on the price Weitsen. making a special effort to seek out THE BOOKSTORE offers a trade book and reference sections
ox books. and secure as many used books as variety of services. These include and offer additional merchandise.
Bookstore officials are concern-
ed about the prices of books. They
Martin Weitsen, manager of said, despite what some students
the bookstore, said that book might think, the difference ...
prices have risen 10 to 15 percent between what the store pays for.
in the past 12 months. This is due the books and what they sell them

3,322 enrolled now
The name of the game is the number who registered but
numbers and the University of did not pay fees is subtracted.
North Florida has plenty of them. The figure may rise when the
continuing education students are -
At the close of late registration added to the rolls.
January 10, UNF enrollment
numbered 3,322. Of that, 547 are The number of students
graduate students and 2,775 are enrolled here determine the
undergraduates. The. total in- amount budgeted to UNFs
cludes 1,868 part-time and 1,454 Operating Capital Outlay (OCO)
full-time students. Students in funds from the state. Lassiter said
the continuing education work- the university should not receive .
shop and short courses offered by any cut in OCO funds because of
UNF are not included in the total. enrollment, -even though it may
be slightly down from the
DR. ROY LASSITER, vice-pre- previous quarter.
sident and deane of faculties at
UNF, said the enrollment for "We may receive a cut because
winter quarter may change after of the governor's recent financial
crunch," said Lassiter.

Stan photo by Don RenMhaw.
Car pooling hits the road SOME 200 BOOKS swapped
Book swap successful hands in the first "Book Swappe"
Eight hundred people have people on their list, they ca t on campus.
signed up for car pooling contact Student 'Activities Offce
according to Mike Argento, for alternate names. "A tremendous success was No profit was made by the e tht a slnda of
assistant director of student ppeo s w events be published to inform
assta director of student the consensus of those connected sponsors; according to Pagel it stMe faculty ami staff of
actiies. A survey form will be mailed~ with the Book Swap, held on was simply a means for students events sched ued on, the
this week to each student at UNF campus January 4-10. to "help themselves and help Public Relations Department
Letters were mailed to those regarding car pools. Student other students too." Each person requests that aIformation Con-
who completed a car pool activities will also sponsor a The idea originated with submitted his own asking price c.rnine the events be submit
questionnaire listing people in survey for a shuttle bus system in student Ba Pagel and was for his textbook, and if the book tod to these events be st two
their area interested in forming the near future. sponsored by the Psychology sold he got that amount. weeks in advance. ITe Infouma-
one. Club and other organizations. It ton should Include dates, tmes
grew into an exchange which The Book Swap is planned pce and other prtiet datas
A shelter is -rnow under involved some 200 books and again next term. The sponsors and should be submitted to H
If anyone has been unable to construction in parking lot I for resulted in $704.23 in sales by hope that.even more people will [Bud] Newman drectr of ph
coordinate schedules with the students waiting for a ride. students for their used textbooks. participate. relations.

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Condominium tide eroding dunes

BY LINDA CENTER winds and high waters of retaining wall on the ocean side, a beach littered with concrete the city's physical growth to
hurricanes. Unfortunately, the others do not. hulls -- if we are lucky enough to well-defined zones.
and development in Florida is memory of hurricanes is have a beach.
a case of dynamite ready to short-lived, and our dunes are Northeast Florida beaches have The county, on the other hand,
explode. We are lighting the fuse being levelled by bulldozers. suffered constant erosion since Yet the building goes on. On is losing its prime asset, the
by allowing it to continue at its Hurricane Dora in 1964, and Porpoise Point, the southern tip beach, for the sake of dollars. The
present eruptive rate. Three years ago, the first beachfront owners of private of Vilano Beach, the builders of short-term gains are too tempting
condominium was build between homes are steadily losing their private homes have discovered to consider the long-term losses.
This peninsula is delicately St. Augustine Beach and property back to the ocean. The that not only is the land outraged
balanced between animals, land, Crescent Beach. Those who were condominium owners will suffer but so are the more militant It is too late now to stop the
and water. St. John's County is fortunate enough to own this same loss and worse, natives. damage underway, but some-
not an exception. The sand dunes ocean-front property saw the thing must bp done to stop any
we take for granted as part of the wave of the immediate future and Private homes have been built Several nearly-completed further devastation of the
beach scene are much more than dove in. in the dunes on high pilings, but beach houses were bombed last beaches. Building must be
just beautiful hillocks of sand the condominiums are built on autumn. This was detestable restricted not only at the tide line,
used by dune buggy drivers for Condominiums are now side-by flat sand after bulldozers have vandalism. it must be halted at the dune line.
race courses. These fragile side and even back-to-back razed the protective dunes.
mounds held together by sea between the ocean and highway Across the highway on the inland The selling of vulnerable When that long-overdue hurri-
oats, sand burrs, and other hearty A1A. Names range from Spanish waterway ay Matanzas Inlet, the property was an equal act of cane comes and Porpoise Point is
Plants provide nesting grounds to Polynesian to absurdity. When lower units of the complexes were vandalism, but a highly profitable no more and half of Anastasia
for thousands of terns and the first ones were built there damaged by high water only one. This parcel of beach which Island is submerged; when these
seabirds each spring, and offer were ample buyers for the units. weeks after they were finished. belonged originally to Verle Pope, expensive sand castles are
food and protection for the rest of Now, with so many, those that are "The Lion of St. Johns," was sold washed away with the beach,
the year. completed are only one-quarter to It is enchanting to think of to a developer for an enormous perhaps the lesson will be
one-half filled, and those still living with the sun and sand and sum. It should have been sold to learned.
This in itself should be enough being constructed will have even surf. It is substantially less either the county or the state for
reason to protect the dunes; fewer units sold. charming contending with spring use as public land. Men should not build their
however, there is another even tides, northeasters and hurri- houses on the sand. The beach is
more compelling reason. canes. THE CITY of St. Augustine is to visit, to enjoy, to love, to pitch
THESE CONDOMINIUMS are THIS CURRENT craze for doing a commendable job of a tent and camp in the dunes for a
THE DUNES are our only built only a few feet above the communal beehive living will run preserving and restoring build- night, but it is truly for the birds
barrier against the ravaging high tide line; some, have a small its course, but it will leave behind ing and monuments and limiting to live there.

Page 6 January 23, 1974 THE HALYARD

Afro center depicts culture

BY JOYCE JOHNSON carvings showing a variety of
Once it echoed the feet of fa
teen-agers as they hurried back The Egyptian room is next on
The.Egyptian ro omiis nexton
and forth to their classes. When it heou on er to
was new, more than 50 years ago, et an idea what the Pyramids
it had a slower pace and a get an ideaSf what the Pramid a
it had a sloer pace and a looked like inside. Hieroglyphics
different set of rules. and religious symbols decorate
the walls.
Today, its aging floors and old te wa
brick walls hear a different beat. MURALS DEPICTING maps of
To Beaver and Ashley streets Africa, African men and women
come Floridians seeking an with arms interlocked lead to the
experience. For many it is a new Ghana jungle room. In this room
awareness -- for others an honest is a display of primitive drum
view of their history and culture. used for communication pur-
poses, such as the talking drums.
What was once Stanton Senior Also on display are bottled
High School is now the
High School is now the replicas of prehistoric animals.
Afro-American Cultural Develop- reis of reistor
ment Center, directed by .....The -Trowel- Trades room,
Reverand John Farmer. designed by 13, 14 and 15 year
old artists, displays art from
DOWN THE SAWDUST cover- Haiti, New Guinea and other
ed floors of the Center protrude African countries.
the native-like entrances to
African pasts. Woodcuts made by frequent
visitors to the Center are on
The first room entered is display in the crafts room. The
dedicated to 82 year old Jesse wood used was taken from several
Aaron of Gainesville. Aaron is areas in Jacksonville.
considered 'one of the best
primitive African artists in the Not yet completed is a room REPORTER Joyce Johnson in-
priativ 4 .Not. yet completed is a room spearacts in the Eyta
world. Aaron's specialty is his devoted to the history of the aspects artifacts in the Egyptian
ability to capture life in wooden Ethiopian Church. Room of the Afro-American
i cahiopian C Cultural Development Center.
Staff photo by Don Renshaw.
N r such as these are included in the
extensive exhibit of Afro-Ameri-
can culture at the center.
Staff photo by Don Renshaw.

Placement center sets everyone in the community.
series of programs Correctional officers No se habla Espanol
The Cooperative Education and hear Dr. Rasche says c
Placement Center will be says committee
conducting a series of programs Dr. Chris Rasche, assistant A proposal for adding a
designed to acquaint University professor of Sociology addressed Spanish program to the Arts and
of North Florida students with its a Correctional Workshop on the Science College at UNF has been
function and operation. topic of "Correctional Philosophy turned down.
The center has divided their and History" Jan. 9. The curriculum committee had
activities into two programs c iere te
career information sessions add The Workshop is sponsored by considered adding the language
career placement seminars. the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. additional degree possibility.
h~ Due to present faculty needs at
The career information ses- the university, it was felt that the
sions are designed to give UNF Thirty correctional officers program could not obtain
students a general overview and from seven local counties were necessary funding for the needed
introduction to the center. The present. necessaculty funding fo r the needed
career placement seminars were
developed to introduce seniors to .-.-.-..."..:.:......- .:. ..::::::..t
the placement packets and update
their records and prepare them
for graduation and employment.

and29,andFebuar7 12, 21,m quartet to present concert
and 29, and February 7, 12, 21, ri
and 25 from 12:00 1:30 p.m. in
building lfroom 2115. The Stradivari String Quartet pianist and chairman of the UNF peared in eight world and U.S.
Ine career placement seminars will present a concert at the Civic fine arts department. premieres, one of which marked
for the College of Arts and Auditorium Theatre next Tuesday his debut with the New York City
Sciences will be held from 12:30 at 8:15 p.m. The program will begin with Opera and another his debut on
2:30 in building 3, room 2241. The the Quartet in D Major, Opus 76, ABC Network Television. He has
seminars for the College of This concert is the second in No. 5 by Haydn and will close also sung in concert with the
Business will be from 12:30 2:30 the "ArtiSt In The Community" with the Quartet, Opus 59, No. 2 Boston Symphony Orchestra at
in building 3, room 2241. series presented with the support by Beethoven. The featured work Tanglewood under Erich Leins-
of the National Endowment for on the program will be "On dorf and with numerous other
the Arts and the Fine Arts Wenlock Edge" by R. Vaughan orchestras. He sang the tenor
Michi to address Council of Florida and through Williams with words by A.E. lead in the world permiere of the
the assistance of Florida Junior Housman. Brown and Yessin will opera, "JOB", by Herman
science colloquium College at Jacksonville and the join the Stradivari Quartet for this Berlinski at the John F. Kennedy
Dr. Josef Michl, an associate University of North Florida cycle of six songs for tenor, piano Arts Center in Washington, D.C.,
professor of chemistry at the Student Activities Fund. Com- and string quartet, in March, 1972. Brown has just
University of Utah, will speak at plimentary tickets may be returned from England where he
University of North Florida, secured from Richard Reisinger The Stradivari Quartet was recorded as solist with the London
January 24. in the Student Activities office. formed in 1960 at The University Symphony for Columbia Records.
of Iowa, where all of its members
He will be speaking at a Members of the quartet are are on the faculty of the School of Yessin has appeared in concert
colloquium sponsored by the violinists Allen Ohmes, John Music. The group has maintained widely and has been featured on
department of natural sciences. It Ferrell, violist William Preucil, all an active schedule of concertizing numerous network radio and TV
will be held in building 4, room graduates of the Eastman School throughout the United States, programs. In addition to more
2203 at 4:30 p.m. of Music, and cellist Charles Canada and a dozen European than 35 appearances with the
Michl's topic is "Photochemis- Wendt, a graduate of the Julliard countries. Boston Pops Orchestra, he has
try of Hydrocarbons Theory on a School of Music and Indiana been heard as soloist with other
Simple Level." His talk will University, Bloomington. As part of its annual schedule, major orchestras, including the
describe the theories of how light the quartet plays a series of New York Philharmonic, the
is absorbed and how it affects THEY WILL BE joined in one concerts on the United States' Boston Symphony, and the San
chemical processes in hydrocar- of the compositions by William East Coast and performs 12 to 15 Francisco 'Symphony. His record-
bons. Brown, internationally acclaimed engagements in Europe. ings include an album with
tenor and professor of music at Leopold Stokowski for RCA
This colloquium is one in a UNF, and Gerson Yessin, concert WILLIAM BROWN has ap- Victor.
series of lectures and discussions
on scientific topics which the
department sponsors. It is open to :.-.:::

THE HALYARD January 23, 1974 Page 7

Dr. Jane Decker directing Durenmatt play

'The Visit' is UNF's first production

BY MARY BRUMBAUGH production. in an expressionistic style, play, she said "When I choose a play which is socially relevant and
Decker plans to do "The Visit" Discussing the selection of the particular production, I look for a theatrically challenging. 'The
"The Visit" by Frierich Visit' has long appealed to me
Durrenmatt, a contemporary because it meets this dual role."
German playwright, will be
University of North Florida's first Although her graduate degree
dramatic production. Dr. Jane was in political science, Decker
Decker, assistant professor of has a major in theater and spent
Political Science, will direct the a year in Paris studying- mime
play which will be presented in under Jacques Lecoque. She has
May. also worked with the University of
When asked whether the Oregon repertory theater as
playgoer might expect a musical actress, director and playwright.
comedy, tragedy, Shakespearean-
type drama, satire, ot guerilla PRODUCING THIS FIRST
production, Decker replied: PLAY presents several challeng-
"It will be a little of each." es. There is not a theater at UNF
now, so the play will be presented
She went on to explain the in the large lecture hall in
Durrenmatt's works have been building eight. There is also a
described as "fantasies from lack of technical equipment, such
which lessons may be learned." as lights and scenery. However,
However, the written play is only creative theater involves working
one part of a dramatic production with what's there while still
and not the most important part. retaining the essence of the play
and its message.
SHE IS emphasizing this idea She concluded, "I feel that the
in a theater workshop venture She concluded, "I feel that the
course. The classter will work intu challenge is half the fun, and I'm
course. The classntiy wl wk iy really excited at the enthusiasm
various facets of the theater, such really excited at the enthusiasm
as dance, movement, improvisa- theater workshop and other
tions and characterizations. It will theater workshop and other
also study technical aspects of people in the university."
DR. JANE DECKER (left) begins work with cast for UNF's first play, "The Visit."
-Staff photo by Don Renshaw.
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Sawmill Slough opposes mining at hearing

A STRONG PLEA against the returned to the aquifer locally," multiple use concept of the The UNF club president ended Club requests that the proposed
leasing of areas in the Osceola said Oliver. national forest management her remarks by stating: "because granting of leases for the purpose
National Forest to phosphate "There is no shortage of states that the forests are to be we will be the generation to suffer of strip mining in the Osceola
mining companies was made by phosphates," Oliver stated, used for timber, wildlife, the most from the effects of the National Forest be swiftly
Ms. Brenda Oliver on behalf of pointing out that plans were recreation and forage, as well as proposed strip mining, the denied."
UNF's Sawmill Slough Conserva- presently underway to export valuable minerals. Sawmill Slough Conservation
tion Club at a hearing held by the phosphate to the Soviet Union,
Department of the Interior last "but there is a critical shortage of
week. water." Oliver cited Miami,
In the plea, Oliver pointed out Tampa and St. Petersburg as
that the forest, located 35 miles cities whose drinking water
west of Jacksonville, is the last supplies are already threatened
major refuge in North Florida for by salt-water intrusion into the
such endangered species as the aquifier.
black bear and the Florida When asked by the hearing
panther. Contemplated action examiner if there was anything
would ruin the area for these and that could be done by the mining
other wildlife such as the companies to mitigate the effects
red-cockaded woodpecker and the of the mining to the point that
alligator. they would be acceptable to
In addition to the effect on Sawmill Slough, Oliver responded
In addition to the effect on with an emphatic "Nol"
wildlife, Oliver stated that mining
would also have serious negative "THERE IS NO way an activity
consequence on soil, water andIS NO way an activity
consequences on soil, water and like strip mining for phosphates
recreation. The soil, after mining, o D
would not support the native can be conducted which is not
hardwood plant communities now very damaging to the environ-
existing in the area even if the ment," Oliver said.
land were restored by the mining le alo one
companies. Oliver also pointed out the the
companies national forest belongs to all
THE OPERATION of the mines people and that the use of such
would also require a withdrawal land for one single purpose such
of 13,500 gallons of water per as strip mining is a clear violation
minute from the Florida aquifer. of the multi-use philosophy of the
"This water would not be National Forest Service. The

Slough showsfilm ON TARGET were award-win- Robin Hoods band shoots well,
ning archers from UNF, who took
honors at a recent Orlando
UNF's Sawmill Slough Conser- dragonflies, and wasps with Invitational Open tourney. Left to archery team wins in Orlando
ovation Club treated 800 Duval superb time-lapse photography. right are Cary Williams, Richard
county school children to a Throughout; members of the Kilbride, and Gene Martine, all
matinee performance last week of conservationist group were seen members of the UNF team. Robin Hood and his merry men first in the Second Flight, and
Richard Kern's nature film, enjoying and sharing the beauty are alive and well on the UNF Cary Williams placed second.
"Florida's Cypress Sanctuary: of Fisheating Creek. -- Staff photo by Don Renshaw. campus. They operate under the Hester Lockerman scored second
Fisheating Creek." Kern, one of name of the University of North in the Women's Division.
the top nature photographers in, nS ...Florida Archery Team. In the coming weeks, the team
the country, was present to e will be competing in Orlando, Jan
narrate the film. The team competed at the 26 and at the University of
The screening, n a rs Invitational Open in Orlando, Florida, Feb. 9. They will also
The screening, held at -.Dec. 8. Claude Gardner won first participate in National Com-
Sandalwbod H.S., was paid for by place in the First Flight Amateur petition in Deland, Florida, May
money Sawmill Slough has University of North Florida entitled "Bookkeeping --What, Division. Richard Kilbride placed 10 and 11.
earned selling aluminum cans faculty members are teaching a Why and How." The evening's
collected on the UNF campus. series of weekly seminars guest lecturer will be UNF
"We felt that bringing the designed to aid small business- Professor David Wegman.
conservation message to 800 men in Jacksonville.
school kids was a worthy use for The balance of the seminars in
these funds," said Brenda Oliver, The seminars will be a the series will be conducted in the New hours have been announc- must be made to keep equipment
president of the club. combined effort of the Jackson- Prudential Auditorium and in- ed for the checkout of athletic for longer periods of time.
Kern and nine other conserva- ville Area Chamber of Commerce, lude "Why Customers Buy" equipment. The university has invested
tionists purchased 400 acres of the Small Business Administra- presented by Dr. James Parrish, Any student, faculty or staff over $5000 in equipment such as
land surrounding a mile of tion, the University of North Dean of the UNF College of member may check out equip- practice golf balls and clubs,
Florida's Fisheating Creek, which Florida and Jacksonville Univer- Business Administration, (Jan- meant from the building adjacent tennis balls and rackets, canoes,
flows into Lake Okeechobee. sity. uary 31); "Promoting Sales" by to parking lot four from 9 a.m. basketballs, bows and arrows,
Their purpose was to preserve the Dr. Lowell Salter, (February 7); 12 noon and 4 p.m. 6 p.m. and badmitten sets.
land and its wildlife. The first seminar, scheduled and "Financing Business Needs during the week. Anyone wanting All of the physical facilities
The film is Kern's exploration for January 24 at 7:00 p.m. in the -- Long and Short Term" by Dr. to use equipment must have an including the archery range, the
of the land and its wildlife with Independent Life Auditorium, is Richard White, (February 14). identification card. tennis and basketball courts and a
film studies of the creek in the Equipment is checked out for golf driving cage are available for
rain and at night. It includes a M==5=%.=;=..w=====.===%: == one day. Special arrangements use at any time.
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