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Volume VII

June 11, 1971

~ m e l i aEarhart 7 scholarship Funded Mr. Jack Hunt, EMU. President, received a check for Embry-Riddle to be use* for funding the Amelia Earhart Scholarship in a brief ceremony Tuesday, May 25, at a regular meeting of the Daytona Beach Zonta Club. Presenting the <!heck was Mrs. Palmera Sherman, Zonta President, and Mrs. Hollyce McKnight,immediatepast president.

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The local Zonta chapter originated the Amelia .Earhart Scholarship here at ERAU in 1967, following a tradition extablished by Zonta clubs everywhere. Vicki Smith is currently attending ERAU on the Amelia Earhart Scholarship. President Hunt and Mrs. Nan Green, Associate Director of Admissions, presented Miss Rena Harvey, long time friend and booster of ERAU, with a Distinguished Service Award for her interest in Riddle and her assistance in implementing the scholarship.

Ed. E!ote - An explanation President Wi'dak sat siof the difference between lently through the proimpeachment and convic- ceeding and when asked to tion. According to Web- comment later he only said ster, "impeachment" is: "I have nothing to hide :" "to charge a public offiSenators voting for cia1 before a competent impeachment were: 2nd V.P. tribunal with misconduct Jerry Nichols, Dave Harvey in office. To be removed Jim Owen, Gary Spangler, from office the official Roger van Luven, Bill Bass must be convicted of the Lee Barnett, Ried Jewett, Robert E. Lee, Frank Mayer charges". A motion to impeach Tom Paradis, Roger RichPresident Stanley Widak ards, Richard Spicer, Wilwas squashed at the June 8 liam Wallace, Wayne WedStudent Senate Meeting. lake; in favor by proxy A role call vote was taken vote: Bob Knight, George but the required 51% to Porter. initiate a trial failed. Senators against imThe . motton, co-s~onsored peachment were Ist V.P. by recently elected Dan Smock, 3rd V.P. Hank, senators Rohert E. ~e'e, Cothran, Secretary Ralph Treasurer Louis Roger Richards, and Frank Deitz , Mayer, was presented at Arroyo, Fred Arbab, Dave the end of the regular Bonifield, Mark Lashua,' business meeting. After Charles Matlock, Doug much discussion as to what Tuckhorn, Paul :Arnold Ron information can be pre- Bateman, Dean Battersby, sented in a motion for im- Robert Beech, Harry Dawpeachment trial, the vote son, Dennis Ferguson, Mike was taken. The final tal- Giraud, Spence Price, RoSllllens, Robert ley was not enough and, bert for the time being, the Thans: abstaining: Mike motion is dead. Levin. O

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The first dance of the Summer Trimester will be held this Saturday. June 12, at the Greek Community, Center, on North Halifax Avenue (see map page l3').The theme of the dance will be "The Roaring Twenties". There will be a costume contest to find the couole and the individual with the best Twenties ~ r a costune. The band will be Raintree County, an eight~ i e c ebrass band. Startino

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by Henry Cothran I n P a r t I of t h i s a r t f cle I Raised the point t h a t America was becoming a pinlice s t a t e .

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But one mast go f u r t h e r i n an a n a l y s i s such a s a s t h e one I have attemptsd. Some degree should be placed t o e x p l a i n , i f e x p l a n a t i o n s e x i s t , why we have headed toward t h e extreme r i g h t . To do t h i s

w i l l be door p r i z e s given away throughout t h e day. So l e t ' s g e t o u t t h e r e and bleed t o make t h i s the b e s t Blood Drive y e t !

experiencing. can be found i n the early f i f t i e s i n a period 1abeled"McCartyism" For many r e a s o n s , n o t a b l e economic r e c e s s i o n and t h e Korean War, tliere was a The SGA Summer dance s t r o n g l i b e r a l movement i n w i l l be held a t t h e Greek t h e United S t a t e s . Many Community C e n t e r , 129 N. people f e a r e d t h e c o l i e g e Saturday of our democracy so they Halifax, t h i s Dress i s c o a t and turned t o t h e communist night. t i e o r Roaring 2 0 ' s cosphilosophy and communist Senator Joseph tumes t o f i t fhe theme o f , p a r t y . NcCarty p u t a s t o p to t h i s summers dance. P r i z e s w i l l be awarded for the that. Today, s l n c o t h e :best costumes. l a t e s i x t i e s , the trend toward t h e l e f t i s growing A new student ~ ~ ~ di n bnumbers ~ ~ andk speed. Ais now being written, and merica i s b a i i c a l l v a cons e r v a t i v e n a t i o n . C r i e s of anyone who h a s some new iand "Save d e a s t h e y would l i k e t o . "End t h e w a r " , s e e included i n t h i s y e a r s our environment", ase i s s u e should c o n t a c t ~ a n k c o n t r a r y t o b i g b u s i n e s s Cothran, BOX # 4343. and n a t i o n a l p o l i c y . ARemember, ohe .of the m e r i c a ' s 6wo c h i e f p o l i c e themes t h e SGA w i l l be men, Attorney General ' s t r e s s i n g is " t o t a l p a r t i M i t c h e l l and f.B.1. Direcc i p a t i o n " . W e h e a r t i l y ent o r Hoover, a r e compelled the varied

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disobedience i s a t a c t i c popularized i n t h e U.S. by t h e l a t e Dr. Martin Luther King. He v i o l a t e d u n j u s t laws i n o r d e r t o have them t e s t e d and proved i l l e g a 1. He d i d not throw t r a s h cans i n t o s t r e e t s , s l a s h t i r e s , o r bomb b u i l d i n g s . He stood h i s t r i a l s peacef u l l y , I n t h e end, he gave h i s l i f e f o r h i s beliefs. Todays' counter-culters'

almost an insurmountable wall. "Police b r u t a l i t y " is t h e c r y Of t h e "new l e f t " . Policemen a r e human b e i n g s too. What would You do if You were confronted with CONTINUED PAGE 12

I t has come' t o my a t t e n t i o n t h a t a few people i n t h e SGA have s t a r t e d a movement t o impeach o u r P r e s i d e n t , Stan Widak. The s t u d e n t s of ERAU and t h e members of t h e sen a t e i n p a r t i c u l a r , should be t r y i n g t o u n i t e t h e s t u d e n t body and mold it i n t o an e f f e c t i v e organization to cope w i t h a growing u n i v e r s i t y . Bickering and f i g h t i n g w i t h i n t h e s e n a t e call o n l y s e r v e t h o s e who would l i k e t o see no s t u d e n t govern-

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left". our own g e n e r a t i o n i s k i l l i n g every move f o r positive,good change by utilizing tactics that are a g a i n s t t h o s e laws our soc i e t y has established t o e n s u r e peacefui', o r d e r l y .change. Massive c i v i l

though, t h a t w e should res e r v e t h i s tqpe of a c t i o n f o r times when w e need it. W e a l l have enough probems now w i t h o u t having t o f a b r i c a t e new ones. George Kratzner


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know what happens t o t h e money they pay i n t r a f f i c v i o l a t i o n s ? The answer i s , t h e funds go i n t o a s p e c i a l account f o r t h e S.G.A. really exists. eight There w i l l be , g r a n t s given t o needy s t u d e n t s each trimester. These a r e g r a n t s , not .loans and they d o n o t have t o be p a i d back, s o i n essence, students a r e getting their t r a f f i c fines back. Each g r a n t w i l l be i n t h e amount of $100.00. Decisions a s t o who g e t s t h e g r a n t s a r e based upon s t u d e n t need, s t u d e n t s ' s c h o l a s t i c averase. and t h e number of t i i m e s t e r s t h e s t u d e n t has been a t ~ m b r y - ~ i d d l (ep, r i m a r i l y on t h e f i r s t t w o ) . The d e c i s i o n s a r e made bv t h e S.G.

m i t t e e with t h e a d v i c e of 'the School f i n a n c e d i r e c t o r , M r . DeMoss. ~ e a d l i n e f b r appllca-' t i o n s f o r t h e summer t r i mester i s l J u l y 1971. We plan t o issue the grants by t h e end of J u l y . APplications are available a t t h e S.G.A. O f f i c e . As of t h i s d a t e I have only f i v e , s o l e t ' s g e t some i n before the deadline. If you cannot g e t t o t h e S.G. A. o f f i c e o r i t i s c l o s e d . l e a v e a note i n my box ( 2 3 2 ) with your name and box number on i t , and I w i l l p u t an a p p l i c a t i o n i n your m a i l box. ~ ~ L. ~ Bonifield i , j

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VETS ASSOC. L a s t F r i d a y , June 4 t h . marked our f i r s t c o r p o r a t e b u s i n e s s meeting. Special elections w e r e held f o r three o f f i c e vacancies. The newly e l e c t e d o f f i c e r s are: P r e s i d e n t : Carey Baxley Executive V - r : J i m Daley secretary: J e r r y Eisenbach Congratulations t o the new o f f i c e r s ; and, a l s o , t o the old officers for a job w e l l done! S e v e r a l weeks ago, a s p e c i a l promotion ceremony was h e l d i n c o n j u n c t i o n w i t h . our r e g u l a r meeting a t t h e Boars Head Lounge.

Fun-Past & Future Tomorrow n i g h t ' s Roari n g ' 2 0 ' s Costume B a l l promises t o be one of RidIt d l e s b e s t dances y e t . w i l l be a t t h e Greek Community C e n t e r , l 2 9 N . Halifar.Wnar your costumes o r c o a t and t i e . Who knows-E l l i o t t Ness o r A 1 Capone may show up. BE THERE! Our l a s t barbeque was c e r t a i n l y one of our most unlque t o d a t e . I think we ccn a l l a g r e e t h a t BaCchus d i d a r e a l l y f i n e job and c e r t a i n l y gave u s our money's worth. The s t e a k k a - b o b l s ( t h e y were s i r l o i n t i p s ) and t h e corn-on-thecob roved t o be verv popular' w i t h t h e s t u d e n t s - and t h e i r g u e s t s . And a s most of you could s e e i t was popular w i t h many u n i n v i t ed g u e s t s a s w e l l ( a s t h o s e 1 of you who d i d n ' t e a t can a t t e s t ) . WE, t h e S.G.A. , o b v ~ o u s l yd i d n o t anti crpate "crashins" t o t h i s d e G r e e ( 1 ~checks were o u t Of t h e q u e s t i o n , s i n c e manY Summer s t u d e n t s had n o t been, a t t h a t t i m e , i s s u e d - . t h e i r ID's).So f o r our n e x t o u t i n g , we w i l l i n s u r e t i c k e t s and t h e r e b y , a s s u r e P l e n t y O f food f o r the authorized guests.

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Two of R i d d l e ' s r e g u l a r army s t u d e n t s , Don Johnson and Mark Rogers were promoted from t h e rank of Captain t o t h e rank of ~ a jor. Colonel (Dean of Men) Spears r e a d t h e o f f i c i a 1 promotion o r d e r s f r o n t h e Dept. o f t h e Congratulations,gentlemen. Our n e x t r e g u l a r meeti n g w i l l be h e l d F r i d a y , June. 1 8 t h . 8:00 p.m. at the Boars Head Lounge. Anyone who i s a v e t e r a n and would l i k e t o joincome on o u t and s e e what we c a n do f o r you: I n case you didn't kllow: r e g u l a r army s t u dellts a r e a l s o e l i g i b l e f a r membership.

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The E t a I o t a Chapter had a busy p a s t two weeks w i t h cleanup d e t a i l s around t h e house,and preparing for t h e summer pledge proq.-am. Brother Jack Barsin captured the coveted t i t l e of "The ugl i e s t Hula Dancer" a t t h e S.G.A. barbeque. When questioned h e remarked, " i t was tough. competition a g a i n s t my opponent b u t I worked l i k e a dog t o win the thing". Brother Osmundson and Barsin attended Consul wedding Steve Avery ' s which was June 5 i n New York. The couple w i l l r e t u r n t o Daytona a f t e r a honeymoon i n t h e Bahamas. The b r o t h e r s a r e proud t o announce t h e i n i a t i o n of f o u r pledges f o r t h e summer trimester. They a r e : Gary C l a r , John Gotwald, Ken E l l i s and Roger Moody. The ceremony was held a t the Fraternity house F r i d a y , June 4, a f t e r which t h e Big B r o t h e r s met w i t h t h e i r new l i t t l e b r o t h e r s and extended cong r a t u l a t i o n s . The c h a p t e r is expecting t o see g r e a t t h i n g s come of t h i s pledge c l a s s because t h e y r e a l l y exemplify t h e t y p e of man Sigma Chi wants t o pledge. The c h a p t e r would l i k e t o s a v t o anvone consideri n g joining a f r a t e r n i t y t o examine t h e f r a t e r n i ties on campus and pledge t h e one t h a t you f e i l you want t o be associated I t i s an e x p e r i e n c e with. you w i l l long remember and. c h e r i s h . Sigma Chi islooking now f o r p l e d g e s i n the f a l l trimester. If you a r e i n t e r e s t e d t a l k t o one o f o u r b r o t h e r s a t s c h o o l o r a t t h e house a t 520 S . Ridgewood. We w i l l be g l a d t o a c q u a i n t you w i t h Sigma Chi. I n c l o s i n g , w e would l i k e t o mention t h a t w e a r e g l a d Alpha E t a Rho h a s t a k e n on t h e b a t t l e of g e t t i n g a f l y i n g competition team supported by this aviation college. ~t i s f i t t i n g that this i m p o s s i b l e job i s g e t t i n g a hand from someone who w i l l see it through completion. Our f u l l s u p p o r t goes t o AHP.

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The Epsilon pledge c l a s s of t h e Sigma Chi F r a t e r n i t v was i n i t i a t e d i n ceremony Friday evening J u n e 4 , 1971. Our f i r s t pledge meeting, h e l d Monday evening, June 7 , was v e r y i n f o r m a t i v e and t h e beginning of what w e f e e l as t h e E p s i l o n Pledge C l a s s , t o be a very rewarding e x p e r i e h c e . Though we a r e s m a l l i n number, we hope we w i l l meet and exceed t h e e x p e c t a t i o n s of t h e b r o t h e r s of Sigma Chi. Following t h e meeting on Monday, t h e pledges h e l d a s h o r t meeting i n which we e l e c t e d Ken E l l i s a s our pledge class president. J. Gotwald.

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Alpha Rho Omega has been busy planning d i f f e r a n t p r o j e c t s t o h e l p us and a l l AhP s t u d e n t s . S t a r t i n g t h i s week,Alpha Rho Omega i s sponsoring a student tutoring program. With t h e h e l p of sevcral A&P i n s t r u c t z r s , we a r e going t o t r y t o h e l p t h o s e s t u d e n t s who a r e having problems w i t h t h e i r school work. Thru t h i s program, which w i l l be f r e e t o a l l s t u d e n t s , we hope t o upgrade t h e quality of Embry-Riddle graduates. Also i n t h e , Eext few weeks we a r e planning t o r a f f l e o f f a $50.00 g i f t certificate. This p r i z e w i l l be oood a t S e a r s f o r t h e t o o l s of your choioe , $50.00 of f r e e tools! Look f o r o u r Alpha Rho Omega members around campus, they w i l l be s e l l i n g t i c k e t s soon. I f you a r e i n t e r e s t e d i n our f r a t e r n i t y , please contact our president L a r r y Abbott, o r l e a v e a messase i n Box 1478. we'd be g.--l a d t o have o u come' ' "..,.."y .--

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The p a s t two weeks have time. Thanks a l o t r e a l l y been e x c i t - n g f o r We would l i k e t o t h e Rho boys. TO s t a r t t u l a t e Bob "Dudley" Dude Rho's m s s t h i n g s o f f , We had a g r e a t . f o r r e c e i v i n g player t i m e a t t h e barbeque, es- v a l u a b l e p e c i a l l y d u r i n g t h e Hula GOO^ luck "Dudlev". Contest. We thought our e n t r a n t d i d a good job, b u t what can you e x p e c t from a dog? T h i s p a s t S a t u r d a y , was fantastic to say the l e a s t . nur f a c t u l y advis o r , Chuck Madison, i n v i t e d a l l t h e b r o t h e r s and pledges t o h i s c o t t a g e on ( try Lake Tsala-Apopka t h a t one on f o r s i z e ) . Here, everybody got chance t o water-ski. With dangerous DeVoy a t t h e helm, w e d i s c o v e r e d t h a t some of u s could a c t u a l l y s k i . We'd l i k e t o congrat u l a g e t h e X I pledge c l a s s f o r t h e i r g r e a t s k i i n g exhibition. They w e r e s o good t h e y 're going t o t h e summer Olympic Games t oP#' Pledqe C l a s s b e h e l d i n the Nova Road Alpha-Eta has begun Canal. Once a g a i n like to thank our t h e i n i t i a t i o n of t h e i r advisor for the great -summer pledge = l a s s . The CONTINUED PAGE 5

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we approach t h e h a l f way work on t h e summer it i s becoming c l e a r t h a t a f r a t e r n i t y without a f r a t e r n i t y house i~ no more than a group of b r o t h e r s . I thought t h a t we would miss t h a t o l d run down dump t h e way we have. ~ t n i c!e t~ o know t h a t you have g o t a p l a c e t o go t o rap, putyour feetup, and fo')l around. Besides , i t ' s just good to g e t away from t h a t dorm w i t h thj.8 i n mind we have gone c.n a concent r a t e d campaign and, w i t h a l i t t l e l u c k , have sec u r e d a new house f o r t h e f a l l . our new p r o s p e c t i s located about a block s o u t h of o u r o l d house a t 535 S . Ridgewood Ave. ~t h a s such favozable t h i n g s a s seven bedrooms, a bj.9 f r o n t lawn f o r parking and football practice. It's hoped t h a t t h i s w i l l keep , b r o t h e r s Magy and Roper from s e e i n g t h e i n s i d e of Daytona Beach j a i l a s they will n o t have t o have t h e i r games on U.S. 1 anymore. The b i g g e s t f a c t o r t h i s house has i n the f a c t t h a t it is located within s h o r t water b a l l o o n d i s t a n c e of Sigma Phi D e l t a and Sigma Chi , two bad f e & l a s . But, a s w i t h anyt h i n g , it has it s e t b a c k s . we w i l l b e l e a v i n g o u r c l o s e g e o g r a p h i c a l assoc i a t i o n w i t h Alpha E t a Rho so b r o t h e r Hank Toohey won't be a b l e t o v i s i t o v e r t h e r e a s much a s he did. I ' m sure they'll m i s s him g r e a t l y . Other t h a n t h a t , we've been extremely quiet F i r s t r e p o r t s concerning next years presidentRalph F a b a z i have proved t o be f a l s e and h e might s t i l l b e coming back t o t a k e h i s o f f i c e . We had planned t o enter a contestant i n the l a s t b a r b e q u e ' s ugly h u l a g i r l contest but we discovered t h a t no m a t t e r how u g l y w e made any of o u r b r o t h e r s up , t h e y were s t i l l b e t t e r looking t h a n Jack B a r s i n of Sigma Chi before he g o t dressed. , s e e you l a t e r . ONORY DOCTORATFS FOR S A I F Fompletely phony,neverthel e s s impressive. Hundreds of subjects available. Ornate parchment diploma, your name imprinted i n g o l d , embossed s e a l , woode n frame, f o r $10.00 postpaid. Free brochure. Millard Fillmore I n s t i t u t e 2530 Broadway, Room 120, San F r a n c i s c o , Calif.94115

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Yaung Republicans ~t t h e i r l a s t meeting, t h e Young Republicans elected Steve Barber a s t h e i r new P r e s i d e n t . Terr y Roberts, t h e former p r e s i d e n t , had t o r e s i g n h i s p o s t t o assume t h e dut i e s of f i r s t Vice Chairman of t h e c o l l e g e d i s t r i c t s . Terry w i l l remain a s an a c t i v e c l u b member. Future c l u b e v e n t s w i l l i n c l u d e a membership d r i v e voter r e g i s t r a t i o n drive, and social activities, plus state-wide a c t i v i t i e s l i k e leadership training s c h o o l s , and caucuses. A secondary f u n c t i o n s f t h e c l u b i s t o promote t h e name of Embry-Riddle. Real g a i n s were made a t t h e S t a t e Convention i n S t . P e t e r s u b r g when a Ridd l e s t u d e n t was e l e c t e d v i c e Chairman of t h e c o l lege d i s t r i c t s , a c e r t i f i c a t e of ahcievement was awarded t o t h e ERAU Club and two acceptance speeches were mady by Riddle students who were careful t o mention t h e school name. Not o n l y were c o l l e g e s t u d e n t s pres e n t , b u t many i n f l u e n t i a l f i g u r e s i n t h e world of politics.

~ & ~ ~ - ~ i is d d initil ~ a t i n g a new system of oncampus s e c u r i t y which w i l l employ s t u d e n t s a s guards. S t u d e n t s must be 21 y e a r s The Young Republican of age o r o l d e r . Previous Club g i v e s you a chance t o s e c u r i t y and p o l i c e expel e a r n more about t h e peoriance preferred, but n o t p l e who r e p r e s e n t you i n r e q u i r e d . S t u d e n t must be government, g i v e s you a mature, a b l e t o d e a l e f chance t o a i d i n t h e i r sef e c t i v e l y w i t h people and l e c t i o n , and a chance t o willing to attend instrucwork w i t h i n t h e system t o t i o n a l classes. promote change. o r g a n i z a For f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n t i o n s l i k e t h e Younq Rep l e a s e come t o t h e Placep u b l i c a n s p r e p a r e you t o ment O f f i c e . .be a more e f f e c t i v e c i t i zen.

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nineteenth regular meeting of the Student Government Association Senate held today in Room 106 with five officers and nine senators attending. meeting was called to order at 12:lO by Speaker of the Senate Ron IleVoy. mliutes of the previous meeting were accepted as written unanimously.

President's Re~01-t. President WiZak swore into office newly-elected Third vice President Henry Cothran; Secretary-elect Ralph Dietz; and Senators-elect Dave Bonified, Randel Niemann, Jim Owen, Paul Arnold, Ron Bateman. Bill Bass. Lee Barnett, Dean Battersby, Harry Dawson, Dennis Ferguson, Mike Giraud, Reid Jewett, Bob Knight, Robert E. Lee, Frank Mayer, Tom Paradis, George Porter, Roger Richards, Richard Spicer, Bob Sullens, Bill Wallace, and Wayne Wedlake. Secretar . Ralph Dietz suggested that a committee investigate school policies d t i n g at the dormitories--all companies wishing to solicit on campus are supposed to have the administration's approval, but at least one company, Scholastic Studies, Inc., has succeeded in giving many students a very bad deal. C y d y i w . t 0U.g t

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Food Service. Jan Nelson stated that "Out of Order" signs are being completed formalfunctioning vending machines. Individuals losing money in a machine should pick up an "Out of Order" sign and a request-for-refund form from the following areas: Flight Line, the dispatcher's desk; A & P section, Mr. Barrs' office; Jet Lab, Mr. Bolton's office; academic complex, Mr. Chrisman's office; Student Center, the snack bar (efforts are being made to bring back the hostess in the Student Center, although Sands feels business is too slow during the summer to warrant her presence). Social Functions. There will be a Roaring 20's Dance at the Greek Community Center, 129 North Halifax, on Saturday, June 12, from 8:30 to 1:30. Guests are encouraged to wear 20's-type clothing, although it is not necessary. . (Prizes will be given for the best outfits.) Many complaints were heard about the recent barbecue. Late arrivals found no food waiting for them. In addition, many people were present who had no connection with ERAU whatsoever. A more thorough I. D. check through a ticket system will be employed in the future. Reminder: Resolution floms are available in the SGA 'office. Anyone with a gripe or suggestion should fill out a Resolution form and leave it with the secretary for distribution to the appropriate committee. Blood Drive. The summer Blood Drive will be held this Friday, June 11, from 9 t m m in Rooms 108 and 110. If everyone brings a friend who hasn't donated before, they'll double the total. Traffic. Even limited parking on the roads surrounding the Student Center cannot be permitted. They are fire lanes and must be kept clear at all times. June 8, 1971 The twentieth regular meeting of the Student Government Association Senate was held today in Room 108 with seven officers and 32 senators attending. The meeting was called to order at 12:lO by Speaker of the Senate Ron DeVoy. The minutes of the previous meeting were accepted as written, 36 for, 0 against, 1 abstaining. President Widak swore into office Robert Thams from Pro Pilot and Spence Price and Bob Beech from Management. (Senator-elect Hallahan from Pro Pilot failed to attend last week's mandatory meeting and was removed from the rolls, thus eliminating the tie in Pro Pilot. Management Senator Jan Nelson resigned due to a work schedule conflict, thus eliminating the tie in Management. Pro Pilot Bill Schwartz did not attend today's meeting to be sworn in, and has been removed from the rolls.)


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FOL. members f o r t h e E v a l u a t i o n Board were picked a t random: Roger Van Luven, Frank Mayer, Lee B a r n e t t , and Dean B a t t e r s b y . They w i l l work w i t h Chairman B i l l Norman i n determining t h e c u r r e n t academic and d i s c i p l i n a r y p r o b a t i o n s t a t u s of SGA s e n a t o r s and o f f i c e r s . Hank Cothran, Richard S p i c e r , and Dan Smock w i l l work w i t h Dean S p e a r s i n f o r m u l a t i n g t h e new S t u d e n t Handbook.

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to the last ghoulish holdout of speeding time ta see an anachronistic subcult lay waste to human development SEE the cogs of antiquated machinery attempt to grind advancement into the molds of yesteryear SLEEP NOT tonight for the dark shadows of the past still lurk in our hallowed halls.

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War Is Good Bkiness! C o p y r i g h t 81871 Ramparte Magazine, b y p e r m i s s i o n o f t h e Editore. A r e c e n t s t u d y by t h e Council on Economic P r i o r i t i e s makes p l a i n t h a t most of t h e c o r p o r a t e p r o f i t s from t h e Indochina war come from supplying ordnance and a i r c r a f t i n s h o r t , t h e goods and s e r v i c e s used t o implement m i l i t a r y s t r a t e g i e s aimed a t p a c i f i c a t i o n of t h e c i v i l i a n p o p u l a t i o n . These m i l i t a r y s t r a t e g i e s , of c o u r s e , have r e s u l t e d i n enormous numbers of c i v i l i a n war c a s u a l t i e s ,throuqhout Indochina and i n t u r n i n g many m i l l i o n s of peoplb i n t o r e f u g e e s . The r e p o r t , e n t i t l e d "The Busi.mess of War," i s p a r t i c u l a r l y i m p o r t a n t because any i n v e s t i g a t i o n of "War Crimes" would n e c e s s a r i l y need t o look i n t o t h e r o l e played by t h e management of t h e s e companies. The Council s t u d y t r a c e s $33.5 b i l l i o n i n w a r - r e l a t e d c o n t r a c t s from January 1965 through December 1970. While some 500 companies a r e involved, more than $25 , b i l l i o n of t h e t o t a l c o n t r a c t s went t o only 62 c o r p o r a t i o n s , each of which r e c e i v e d more t h a n $100 m i l l i o n . Most of t h e s e companies were engaged i n making s h e l l s o r bombs o r i n t h e manufacture of a i r c r a f t , e s p e c i a l l y h e l i.copters. A main f a c t o r c o n t r i b u t i n g t o t h e h i g h c o s t of t h e Indochina War h a s been t h e enormous amOunt of ordnance expended by U.S. f o r c e s . By t h e end of 1970 t h e U.S. had dropped more t h a n f i v e m i l l i o n t o n s of bombs on North and South Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia--more than t w i c e t h e amount dropped i n both European and Pacific t h e a t e r s i n world W a r 11, I n a d d i t i o n , U.S. ground and Naval Forces f i r e d f i v e m i l l i o n t o n s of a r t i l l e r y s h e l l s i n t o Indochian. Another f a c t o r i n h i g h war c o s t s has been t h e heavy r a t e of a i r c r a f t a t t r i t i o n and t h e expense a s s o c i a t e d w i t h r e p l a c i n g modern, s o p h i s t i c a t e d planes. From 1961 through 1970, t h e U.S. l o s t 7516 a i r c r a f t i n Indochina, i n c l u d i n g 3275 fixed-wing p l a n e s and 4241 h e l i c o p t e r s . The Aerospace Companies a r e h i g h on the l i s t ofwar c o n t r a c t o r s ; b u t hundreds of o t h e r f i r m s normally assoc i a t e d w i t h c i v i l i a n consumer goods p a r t i c i p a t e d i n t h e Indochina booty. AMF, which makes Harley Davidson mot o r c y c l e s and Voigt b a s k e t b a l l s , r e c e i v e d $339 m i l l i o n f o r r o c k e t s and aluminum powder f o r d e m o l i t i o n bombs. Eastman Kodak r e c e i v e d $249 m i l l i o n t o run t h e Holston Army Ammunition p l a n t , where e x p l o s i v e s are.made. Bulo v a Watch r e c e i v e d $89 m i l l i o n f o r t h e manufacture of d e t o n a t i n g f u s e s f o r r o c k e t s and a r t i l l e r y s h e l l s Auqusta Bas and bur la^ a o t $7.7 m i l l i o n f o r sandbaas : ch;seborouGh-ponds 's ih; beauty a i d f i r m , r e c e i v e & $2.2 m i l l i o n f o r camouflaged bandages ; Magnavox, Z e n i t h , Motorola, Hammond and Westinghouse made f u s e s , r a d a r , t a r s e t detection devices. e t c . .. . .. .. . .-. . .- .>. .- . .. . .. TOP TEN U. S. CORPORATE CONTRACTORS FOR WAR-RELATED MATERIALS AND SERVICES

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WAR continued tions made to the Nixon campaign during 1968 by corpor ate officials. Some of the major Indochina contractors would be badly hurt by the end of the war. Norris Industries, Inc., for example, the eleventh ranked contractor,with 67 percent of its sales accounted for by the Pentagon, would be in trouble. Forbes observed, "in percentage terms Norris Industries may well be the biggest corporate beneificiary of the Vietnam War. Between 1965 and its fiscal year ending JuSy 31, 1968,Norris Industries sales will have mushroomed from $67 million to about $250 million... By that time some $150 million of Norris's sales or around two-thirds of the total, will be derived from Vietnam." Well known for its Pyrene fire-extinguishers, Thermador ovens and Waste-King kitchen appliances, Norris spends most of its time and effort in the manufacture of cartridge cases and bodies for antipersonnel and fleschette bombs. The top ten contractors inc1ude:McDonnell Douglas, lhrgest producer of jet fighters, with two active contracts the Navy A-4 skyhawk and Navy/Air Force F-4 Phantom, Textron, Inc., major supplier of helicopters & helicopter parts (sales would be modest if it were not for General Westmoreland ' s search-and-destroy strategy) ; GM, producer of Sheridan tanks,M-16 rifles, helicopter L other aircraft engines, artillery pieces, explosives and various parts for weapons systems: E.I. duFont de Nemours L CO., manager of three ammunition p1ants:Lockheed manufacturer of C-5A and other transports for longrange shipment of troops and material from the U.8. mainland to Indochina; Olin, manufacturer of small arms ammo, including shells for the M-.16;Ling-Temco-Vought, manufacturer of iet fighter bombers for Navv: Grumman manufacturer of Gelicopters and maintenan;; of B-52'sj and Honeywell, manufacturer of bombs and small-type projectiles.

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if he is involved in flying aircraft. It is for this demonstrated unrsliability, incapacitation of physical functions and willful infraction of school, state and federal resulations that,the mari juani drug user 1s dangerous and utterly inconsistent with the normal responsibilities of every person in the Aviation Industry. It's use is grounds for immediate dismissal from the University and also immediate notification to. the Federci Aviation Ad-. ministration, looking toward revocation of any certificate issued by them. Think about this--under Federal Law to have, give or sell marijuana in the U.S. is a felony , which is a serious crime. Conviction can prevent a person from being able to enter a profession such as medicine, law or teaching. It can make it difficult for him to obtain a responsible position in business or industry and virtually "shuts the door" in the aviation vrofession. Special hearings are re quired before he can hold a government job. Soul searching---you better believe it: ~

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