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portunitlrs .,I.! i.nd ,c~r~r!cl~.rr himself lortunole to work dlredly for, in lh~, op1n:on. I n o or the finest "ell in i\"idLL"ll. Thcp arc Mr. Russ Hnyl nlld Mr. Chip m c l a y Mr. rloyl. Bxecutivc Vii? Vr*..l~"i af AAAE, met with D s h cvsry day lor the fimt three W W ~ L "Prrllat>s tho m al ~ipninusnt They diaruraed many arpccl or airport mansucmcnt. govern- Lhinl: I Ikarnud from ~hlrn.xl>cr. thwc ment, aviation, and other r c t r n b v . " rays I)irh, "s ~llrl i a ~ c d topirr. ~ i u kwar mvrn mUI.many loha ~n n > r o u u ~ ~ m a ~ ~ . the opportunity to zsk qarr- flying guucrnmenl. and ",her tiona and bin^ up suhlruls for ,'llrs<* 01 avistion i r on<. ,ahor Ihe time to ~denlifyths cltlali. discussion. Thc Exerullvc. A r aistant. MI. warclay, olu, m d fiuat~aos nrudd." hlr. Jcllm ,rith Dick l o dixuss nvlstion Nnn,ma:.k. or Ih" National ,\s sutr nviotlon orslid government maltcn, Mr. wriauon ,he ale* warclay is i n Luoe wilh govern. fi~.i"ll, says ,Ill, What to do abuat the hen,. Daylnna h c h n ~ p o n anl i r p l r t are rnent scliviiie6 concerning n v i l Irv*1, many johr eunrntiy r * i r l w t h very goad rtartiny ra1a"r.. man exhibit* the laleal approved atlira for comhuting the heal 01 tion. m Dick war ahlc Lo 81 ' a" 'Ther iahr are i n auuh oleas or the name. Aided hy lednral wmb. the I-i B ~ dcpanmenl P con. indepth view 01 UIP iepl,1ation Pngneenng, nir1rort plan",".. tinup* to up@"dc 113 equipmcn,. Vigoroul ,ramrung kc",* pcnonn.1 0" a p t a l Hill. There mr'~LI,,@ and drport d."clopment. n d y to sene I:n,hry.lliddlennd fellow airmen when needed were cxtreme1y beneflaal, ss wss the exportenr~gained in 'The first internship program compilinu survey8 and dolngrc war limited to sludenk or Emsearch work. bry-Rlddie and kuhurn univrri\t the outwt 01 hi, three sity Next ypnr, rppl"a,inn, will month ,"ternship. Dick a,l.db accepted rmln nll ovpr chr. r.d an PAA Aviation Illvirw c ~ ~ R AL ~ :hia ~ ronrerplllr ~ ~ P . ruuntry and the camlwtition will he k e n . hlr. Laird would d l segments of l h r avirlion uornmunlty were repremad. thus @ving Diek an ov~rv!rw the pmbicmr that wen. to confront :,im. The conference was r u m ~ d cd by the chance to we L. aperetion and meet p a p r in ~

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Management Senior Reports On AAAE Internship T h i l avmmcr Dick Laird wss selected as the Ant, and only intarn to work with the Arnencan Associaiion o l Airport E r e eulivol (AAABI in Washinoon. DC. Dick is a senior manag<. men1 major at EmLr/.Riddle. The internship lasted three months and p l d a aalary or $500 per month. Diek f e l r thal anyone em. harlang on an av~ationcareer would benefit *om the o,>parl. Unity to partlclpaB in the AAAE lnlernship program. To

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Navy Elevates Riddle Students By John Dalwick The SH.3 "Delta" was l m m Helicopter Squadron Eleven irated at Jacluanville Navel A,, Stetion. This machine is one 01 many that are used to patrol US coastal waters for enemy

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About rixly EmhwAiddlc studcnl- werr IiRcd o l f into thr mld hlue yonder ondcr the lhrohblny hindrs of a U S Navy helicopter 1-t ~uesday.,\rter dolllina ht.inl.~~ and lire rervcrs.iriour i l i d d ~ crludenu r'llmbcd on board lhc m i l i n g SH-8 hcliuoplrr. Going in COW or lour. the amups o l lour. the nudent$ were treated to a twenty minute "dc or -the morr r a r nhnach." ~~~ dition. 3tudcnU were prexnled

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mvpinion.arpmusdIn lhis p p n a r e not n=esmily t h a e o f t h e u n i v d t y norsll mcmhm n*c..urily r=flnt th. oPinion=of the .tudent hody. h t b n a p w r i o u i n Thc Avian thi, ne-pa. or itrshff.

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govcrnmcnls hoadquanered ill Washineon DC, wtll n b t rot ndal'liun of Can~rcarianal-.1 dilation insuring u notlonsl air tm,spunoiion policy that will ih*>cfit xtudcnts. ,Anhur Ilodi~rll.I(rn.ullua "3. .............. w1.10r of thv Nntional srudcni I.uirhy, allnounred dlat NSI.'" h,l,l,ymu htruicw wili s.nCr a. rosnd Ulr 1,oawv.e or two 1hillx I,yconpa% s1739~rdS21151. ~ 0 t hI,illr aiyrur to Lovv FI. n.i1,.nt rhmrnr or ,Pa".r"r h c h.r? <:cn,En.rr odjour,,. h,, 1111. N<,",l,"ll,.r r1,rtionx. on,'.I,( LI.SV hilla. SZB~I wntlld oytlrtum i n rlt~rilicmmode tn.o ysua rao IIB1111.civil Awe. mnrut~~eRnsrrl ~~rohii;itill:ths *.I,"tl"i~'I iliriln"~rr<,m0 f h . i " ~ ti,,. r".,."ll,d .-Veull, run.^.^ Ilur Lo NSI:x nl46xivc. lobby. inl!,.rran. SZRSI wur tmoni. n~our.1.v ~pa#svdI,y thr wicnata. in v ~ or 1973, ~ in ~ ,I",. Lo corn,. up R,. hearin@hl. rum. th. 11oule SullcnlnmilC~ on Tranlgonalian and ,\c.ra,lil"tius Br the Suhrummillee'a ~ ~ c . rorder l of Ihuninear. S2651 would winsLBV didcount h r r s on o rlandhy b s ~ rfor youth t8,dc.r 22, acnior eitivnn over 66. and handicapwd wraonr. TI,. second hill. 81739 would librrnlisc the conditions und1.r whiuh US sirlinen may ~ f s rinclusive tour chamla (ITl'rl lo tile public. Restriu. ~iu81rwould he removed whiuh prohitlit fro", 01. fa". the 1owPst nassihlc llriees mri 'em gnatesi *leutiin of ~ m k a p sto the travcllina pub

GETIlNO YOUR MONIES WORTH '

I t nhouid be abeaus to cvcn the moat dirintcrmDd the1 lhs P d l Elections are almost upon us. Loold81g over the Pst o f c a l didate., I.ee the ~ ~ a utypes, ai lhe unusual t y p s and m m s few tlmt have the getsand ability to pripfprmthe jab. Aner the campaigning is all over thi8 trimester. 1 mlspcct we wili hear the ume old adage, "After all i3 dl. and done, maw i, wual1y slid thsn done,.' wing expressed as rsc1. This doesn't have to he the C S ~ . ~ f t c r*ti, who is to hbme lor student gouammen1 not serving the atudenll; the olficen for not delivctinK on lheir promiw. OF the student for not DEMANDING thcirmollirs wonh7 M n g t l ~ sc a m p i p , Igum you'vc heard somc promincr by t h a e who can and some explosive "get on the bandwnpn" bom t h w jou can't and probehly wouldn't ir lhny could. 'l'hr immediate problem however lies with theelection next Wdnrsdry. The t.ueatlons are the same every year - Who are these 1",011i<"! I'Ye heard the name hetore, but ean he p r o d u c ~ l idan't b o w ! I n an r f r o a t o help sort out some of the.&, you'll find :l aetion of this isuc devoted to thole candidates who d e s i ~ dihr space and preaenled us with their written platforms in limc lor plblieation. The ultimate decisims ue up t o you. Your vote on Wednesday will decide Y O mns the SGA w.d HOW i t is lo he run. I wge EVERYONE to uae aii the resources nvailsble to them to I n d out about the candidates and vote far the ones that r e k t vourvlews an student povernmnt. Ineidcntly. Ididn't votr st all i n 1 s t fdl6eiection because I"diddt h o w the candidates'. and bpeabpeaae Ididn't think i t was impormt. selieve me, I wnr wrong. S i n e I've been with The Avion, I've m n firat hand how much i t does matter. PLEASE VOTE! SERVICES S e ~ I sssrvicea l are ~rovidedby The Avlon that are not h e ing h l l y utiiired by the student body. They nre:

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I enrourege A L L STUDENT6 to take advantage or t h e aerviaa. Althou* they are '*FREE" everything is rehtiue as The Avion will d i ~ p e ~5 s4 m + of student aetivitie fees lhis lrimesler. Be sure to "get your monie worlh."

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FELTA CHI TO HOLDSMOKERh t &id tbe y EmbwRiWlcChppter O~I*ILL c h i Dm& mty held its bu rvrh p r t y . ~ f y m k d it, p u m i d a YW II. gwdtimc. E~~~~~ there b d a lot o f h n . We h o p th.& bbmthcn of Delta Chi inrriued heverywe an intemt in the fmtrmni]y. I f you- inlemled i n pbddng but &d a u s m o b r on I:m&y, we hop wiu to our m d s m o k e r on Wednesday, September 25th.d 8:W PM st ourchpler hauselocatdnt 536s. Bidewood Avcnue. -The B m t h o f Delta Chi -

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matiedly inrrpsss, an extreme hurdcn is imposed upon the student, the shdent'r family. the gtudent and in some rann not complete hislher cdses. lion beeause of the financial bardship.'. 82651 which would allow the student with a flexible lime xhedule la travel atPndbY at n dedu~vdprim, could aswe $1"llenla sa n whole an amount approaching 100 million do]. lam annually. PaYsge orS1739 would irmvide the student a p a t ~ yexpanded opportunity to 1maup1 hy grow charter and

I would s e l n IILe to remlnd you that the Studcnt Govcr* ment Auoeistion elsolone srs juat around lhs corner. This ia your chance to vote for tho .titdents that you feel will lpwr i n the studml heat intsmt. DO not mste your vote, invcltilpate the cpndidst~rc u t your vote w ! e om dstform and rredelltis~r ly. Ihut above all, vote. ~~~

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I rave t e n msde s w m - o r pmbeime with student lep. of all types. his ofnee b inv-tigating t h a v compldnts and will t r y tu ~ i i m i n ~thorn tr dierppncin. IIa wm dropped before thr add-droll deodlinc a nluded i. entitled to hdl minbvrwment of dl....I C r r condry. .octal functions chairnun. L now workins on u p r u r c l Ulat 1I. 1 the ltudent body wUI enjoy. We will N d ikavit~umuvim and he-r edls dternaung Fdryrya. W mmhs will Ir Lcrll mailher film, sarting hopehuy d l h "LitWe 81s Man" and "Sob. Curol. Ted snd Aiiee." I n the naut. h e SGA h u spent molt budget s oa dank. which werevery good. but or ila . o ~ i , l r ~ , ~ ~ t i o n ~tt~.lnl or the .ludent body. Jcrr and I reel that hnvinp d i f f ~ . , ~ ~ runelons t we nn involve more o f l h c l t v d e n t body. I don'^ @ there ~ t me wrong, ~ ~ will 8tiil be danm, only 1-8 of them. I have , ~ ~ ~ i " many e d e0mplainU .bo"L the 0"it.ll.th. of s p d humlu in hont or the academic m m p h i o m n t u h t s m d tsculty. i had uked for ths b u m p to he t h e or lour inch- hi*. but they nre about nix inches high. They should he &creased i n sisc thmueh use. ronleue bare with it. T h e a d o r t n f f i e t h r w C the cornpiex W& gPtting out 01 hand, p e r t i ~ l t u ~since y the new lsrking lot i n wont u f Gill Robh wau opened. Th. saying " F o m sight la helter than hinddght" wau my prime motba In lhis project to nrevpnl dams- to boU, students and automobiles w e i n many cases mare ths. 3. the elonomie bmrfits haif o f what would he the curwhich lhe air cnnien an de rent emla o f their tsvei. rive fmm p m p r l y s d m i n h r e d S2661 reinstates airfre die standby i l i r o u n b . eounts on standby bnris lor SUndby lam. nre desiped to youth under 22, lenior ritimbs a t w t puponem who h.vs wcr 6 6 and lhe handicapped. more time lhan money, and Thc Nation4 SOdent Lohbv who are not u d l y remictrd b l i e v e that there exists a host by r i d d h u e 1 leheduln. of altogether justifiable reaaalu S1739 is an amendment t o lor treating the= group. u s e the Fedenl Aviation Act of p.mk and d'vtinct elauos of ..I959 Mr1Ule*'pUrpou of de wasengem, and that reduced Uning inelusive Tour Chsn=~eavsilshle fnrea lor ~ h w I t would: dss- are dialled for on the ha. 1 perm31: 1 vrution t n sls ~ r : w l to one &stinatnos, with 1. the especiPIly ncxihb add~tlonalItope bemg opuoiond limc eheduies and unique t r e Uld nnced a r t n vellitle habits o f yovths and 2. permit I T 0 to be .old tn senior uilircns. the public at p r i m that reneet 2. lhc lower median income the economio or m.u pvrchvr of the yarth and lenior citizens, i n s

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1. I f you feel ap to hnving t h a e over s ~ x e dinaecw known as " ~ m B "U c,. then he nrwiy remodeled ~ommissnryat Pal. rick ~ i ~r o r c e~ a s emay be what yoe're looking ?or. maugh i t may be a few more miles l a Petrick than to Navy odando, the drinng time is within a w r y f ~ milluteaof w beh g the *me. Yours truly loaded thc family into ye ole gas ntzzling heirloom and trucked down to Paltick l a d Saturday. Our intanlion was to hoth shop ntue bring to you a port an what you may expel for your money. ~ i s the t dimetions for those of you who may have nolgone as yet prceepd south on 1-95 to the Wick. ham exit: east on Wickham to ~ l o t i d a404: left on 404 l o A l a 120 eenta taiil; left an A1A to next a i p d iighr ( p a l

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in your OMPF. Othrr daru. menta which dupii<:ate those Sled i n the OMPF are dre troyed. The CBlF contain* only tilow documen* needed Ihy Branch personnel manopment offlcen to commuo>ir.ats with you and help you lavao up your career. 3. Gmund Rulm Clarified Far Meeting Gate I n computing aprationd nying timceredllahie toward meel. ing the "gstc.' reauircmn>Uo f the n i m t pay law. the OA Aviation Revlew Hoard usps the f 0 ~ ~ ~ w i n g e r i l e r i a : In lermr o f months: 'Plmc served in operational nying pcdtions before June 1. 1974 will be eounlsd by crediting any parl of a monlh an a full monlh. To compute opmtional nying time ruh.wquent to May 31. 1974. the 15th day of8 each manlh will he ranridcred

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rlvcry 30 days to insun. that ihe hur not hrcn avhjsuled l o ahllolmal radiation I c v d l

use and c p m t i o ~ : of X-ray

i n add~ticm. Lhr proposal would requin Lr nirliner la lmrt rima notifying prrwngrrs conccmw, the urs of X-ray

aquired far operdors of this equipment: (2! whether hours. of-service or utner safely BW. dardn rhouid be eatabliahsd for

d t l c ~ diby thc lastman Kadnk Company have shown lhal normai radiation doeauea of iesn than one miiiiocntwn used far ~ a u h x-ray will not damage smdard film but ~.ouldaffect 'ientiric film. HO~PV~I.i f & = X-my ~yslpm being used ex. wsed carry-on lugpge to more ihan one millira~ntgenduring the inslrcuan. this facl also aouid have to be ported and -"gem adviwd lo remove all film from their hggsgP. Finsily. the FAA prowsal would prahbhit the u r of any X.rsy equipment for whicll

vironmental ronrideralions, and (6) whether X-rays we harmful to aim, magnc!b~ tape. m ~ d i doer .r other items W ~ Z C m~ghtbe contained incury.0. heasage.

hsgl~~ge inspctian .ystems; (2) what training, i f any. should he

cenkiy issued by the F O O ~and Drug A d m i n i r l r a t i ~01 ~ the oelmrlment of Health. Education and Weifare. Provisions lor lnming o p ~ r a l oofthisequip ~~ m c " ~and protecting thsm on the job dno are included inthe p'opoul. FAA said i t bliever the FDA rwrformance ~ f a n d a ~for d ~dr. , a r t x-ray a n i s provide adpqua* radiation protection both

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FAA noled thattilex-ray un!b have picked up weapons hidden in a hollowed book. inaide a box of soap powder th.1 hsd I-n resealed, lnrlde a heavy dove and a tpddy

officer Rmord Brief I*& this ua. D O C U ~ ~ that U am nnt needchallmpd in the mum by s uld s dl;m ,, rd the THIF an. hang ren,ov~d frum the firp. orlend ,.an .,,derfmmuleuSnsuIcl ~~,,, of i..~ ietten of a~,rrr.cia. ~r'm'"dprs.u,non-owra~ion-rour, hr the ~ ) l . t , i ~O~ I CO:. "1 1"~2"11 4 - 8 1 ~ )nuPgnmvnl\ and lnmmrndal,on, and umbur prohibi"ng thp'r Thi. qp1r.r wen thou* mmn. copips of c,ra,,ons lor dncl ecvra, ,""> i , ~ ~ x'f hk#ll> arc, re. ~ ~ ~ ~ mdu,vcn M.I, ~h"a"t'*' 'w-*J andfls80~ r.rvtc.c. m!rloor mPinna snurancPr a, prr.wnnrl ,\<,ions w3.m. flow" l u hllf4il lwllhrlrn. l-tura tc fcr ,nriu,ion lhnl FAA would m8:iste NIP c,,rcl, <.y flY1"~mqll.rrrnP"L-r.

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*quires a six. ~ t a f of f adminirtrallve %uw prt peraonnei, ail branches have revised filng pmcedures to ~ l i ~ i n from a t ~the CBlF dm lllmentsandinformstionwhichi *Considered so and noteuentini. Hem'awhat they keep i n your CBIF: Officer mierence statement

R ~ C O ~of~ ~unarhment S under ~ r t l ~ 15, l e CouncMatiai. and similar documcnY flied

l o he romq u i ~ m e n l will bP inalsiied at W O ARTS I1 u n i ~ radar.equipped aul~or(s whrrr plateci in 11 month.. Ail work the traffic dor, not warrant is ~cheduiedfar eompicrron m 37 months. ti,. hipher icvei of automation ARTS Ii il an inlewd ppart ri,r.wnted hy ARTS 111. Op. tmnx for an additional 26 0: FAA'. mssler pian fur a u l ~ ARTS I1 ayatems are included mating the sir ualfic control ayatpm. I t m l i supplement Lhe in the conlrsul. Draignrd around a minicorn. 61 ARTS Iii wstpml prpwnU? puter. ARTS iI wiil provide tn use at hid? and medium drna s traffic. ~.onlralimrs wilh di- WLY terminnla. The combined r e a o.adou~of s u ~ hvital n i d l t ARTS aysbm wili mnah with the aulomswd ryatem now hp. infvrmauon as sircrsfl denl lily and altitude. hi. ~nfarmarian in# impiemmted at the agenoy'a w]l l,".wntpd on ,h" 20 air mute L,.ffi~ oentru1 renII,~,~.).~ ill the. form of rmall. tern r w l n u h r eontprminou* 48 stawa.

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FORSALE-Telex 5x5 mike, mike boom, with push. new, adil

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i n box. $115 new, sacrifice a t $75. Cdl 2526915.

FOIL S A L ~ ~ - C O , ~ C&~ mu1l.h mg chair. $20. Cali Andy o! 672-8349 or n nou, in box 101.

needs some M y work. 30 mPs

FOR SALE-72 Triumph TR.6 30,000 miles. W.FM. overdew, excsllent rondilmon. Cali Dave at 253-4914 anytime.

$100. Call Rob Smith st exten. Uon 66 or at 672-7163.

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FOR SALE-73 12x60 mobUe home. air conditioned, fully f w "shed, vtUily ahed, excellent mndition. $1000 and aaruma payments. Cali Rob Smith at =tension 65 or .t 6727163.

FOR SALE-72 V e p Stationwagon GT. air, auto. $1800. Cali Helen at 2585067 after 5 PM.

FOR SALE-9 Mulatee 12x60 mobile home. 3 bdr, front b i t ehen. p r t l y furnished. excellent condition. $4000. call 6724797.

FOR SALE-17' lberglau host 75 hp Johnmn motor & trailer, dl for 5'100. C d l 2556635 af. ter t:YO PM weekdava.

FOR SALE-Hond. CL360;71 besutifd blue, top condition, electric start, (700. see me at 817 Grove Avenue. Hallv H i 0

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FOR SALE-T~eo train r-1, lnounted with over 200 feet or yack, many sxtrsa, heal offer. C ~ 6729456 I or Box 0043

Ad. FOR SALE-A'fa Rnm.10 '69 5 ~ w d 4, disk, radiais, AM.FM lapa, cvllam mint, spare pmb. $2800 or beat offer. 2554765

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FOR TRADE-74 Honda MT 250 Elsinore. 1000 miles. under warmly, exeellent condition. m i l trade for van or piehp. write lo 1951 9. seapravp,~ ~ 9. south ~aylana.

FOR SALE- am mower. new yt-,., $50, npver used,

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WANTED-Student. irrteratcd i n camponding w i h a & h i e d tmalstorlinterpreteI inter. &ed in I a n a w m d -arch ~hemialry.Write Bdnsy Simon 10 Orpringe Road. London, NW 5. Endand.

161-2868. FOR SALESuzuld 250, '71 y~iiow. $200, see me at 817 Grove Avenue. Hour Hill (off 8lh Stand Ute 11

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hdr is to ROT away! ~ E N T - L - ~ 2 bdr furNO quea~ions a s ~ idf the llpi- mailed a-mtment r r o u hom met i. returned to my Triumph a:epiace paoi pridiedaea o r c dme ~ 253.1307. $ z c J ; ~ ineluding ~ ~ ~ ~ utiUtira. SO? N. Atlantic Avenve or call WANTED-Roommate to 2526645 inphylic. airman FOR RENT-One and two bed. mMEemathPmslirainretumlar room furnished apt& k r b i d e . h e rent in trailer in Port $:lCb0125imon. 255-2040. Orange. Splil utilities. h a v e FOR RENT-Oppr ans Mr. note in box 467 for ~ o h nMC. cwthy. rumilhed. & watar p l d . clean & newly decorated, i n eentral D l y t o ~ 2522868. . WANTEwStudenU t . inmated in guilar i w n s , folk and ciwi. FOR R E N T I ' r o M r o o m ducal. C d l Helen s k r 5 PM a1 plex, beachdda, air conditioned. 677.6314. cable TV. $1651mmn.Call ~ x t 52 or 253.3778. WUND-POC~~~ edcurtor on the morning of the 9th at the n i h t line. I f i t i. y o u n please contact instruclar Banin at the FOR RENT--Two bedmom n i g t lMc. AT YOUR SERVIC*Hone apartment two black. eouth of San Hcmo. 8200imon. Caii h, ahoring. f& trimming, .hop. reaet. 51 hour service. Call fore eommg, 6723162 and ask for Barbara Soloman. 677.6314. Kenr Trvinz!

FOR SALE-US Even Numinum r u b tank with nvem back pack, fin., make offer, Ask far Chip in Dorm toom 257 or ER box 4041 or csU

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WANTED-My holmal retunled. To the p n o n who swapped hrlmrte at the Studant Cpnter M 9 Ssptemher. Ule owner of that helrnel has a rare rcaip dlaaue imm viatnam that re.

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ALUMNI NEWS M M BORSARI gcadunted with a BS i n Aviation Man* meat i n June 1971. He is sre sently an attorney aasoci.red with the 6 m of Goad. Potter. and BR&h ioesled m Sherman oak.. Callfamia RICHARD L HUNTER in a pilot i n the US Air Force rta. tioned at Lure AFB. Phoenix. Arizona. He received a BS in

THEODORE R. MeLEAN is m A r Force Captan stationed at Ellnrorth AFB. Suufh Dakota.

Since graduating h o m ERAU with a BS i n Avistition Mainmanee E n g n e ~ r h gi n Aprii 1964 he has earned hi%M A i n Public Adminstration hom the Univer. dty of Northan Colonula

@neering. HuntauiUe, Nabam.. Daryi e m e d his BS d e w e in Aeronsuticd Engineeringi n Au. gust 1967 and hir masters dcg m i n Ensneering hom the Univcnity o f Alabama. PAUL R. SWANSON, s F U h t Technology alumnus from 1956 is loeatad in Rinceton. Iili"0. where he i s l e Chairman o f the Aimart Dweiopment commit tee far the City of Princeton.

VAUGHN LANE graduated i n Au@,si 1973 receiving s BS in Aviation Managemenk He has an MBA d e m from Stet m n Unlveraity and habsecepted an assignment with Bail Heticopter Internationd i n h b h m . I-'

WILLIAM F. SIDES. an April 1974 graduate fmm the Avintion LZai"te"anee Mmagemmt pmmm, is i n Reston. virgnia an* ia m c i a t e d with Ccibemnice. 1째C. La@stiraDivision.

DARYL D. P A U L JR.. i. em. PiOyd by Teledyne B r a m En.

RICHARD K. SPICER. a 1972 gcaduate b "ow a second lieu.

tenant serving with a ""it of the Air Raining Cammud et Lavglin AFB. Texas. CHARLES A. SPILLNER is p*ntly located i n Coliep h k . Georsn and is a pilot with Atlantic Coaatal Airnayr He earned hi8 BS degree i n April 1974 in Acmnauticai Studies.

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Vlolmcc, on r o n ~ i ~ ucondone11 s m,i ron,,,r,llnr.d. Vuluc o f cdurution severely quealionrrl. \I',<iminy C I ' i n vultlns. mornla r n l i "",i,,<,k III.,~,."" yuung ["oplr ""<I Lllcir par*nlr, rlirr. '.n,iiy rallugc yuatll. Sharp splil i n sorisl and mural values found w i t l ~ i nyourll gencrrt.,n rlllci I,eiwr?n r o l i ~ p 8,". r dpnlr ~ "Lllc l l I l a n c ~ o i l c malor. #~ tly. <ir!l wthin slnenlion 1xovcs l o ix, ir'l'r "",I m w r "'.n, ,ha" "oil i x t w r m p<.ner.

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criticism o r some major inari. tutions tempered an campus. tohen " 0 . h' . workins r.1youth. cnmlluscs are quiet. Many signs o f irCnldiscontent sod d i m l i b lacthon among working c l a r "",,,h

hfudt yautlrlvl energy and i denlirmdeuovd t o e o ~ l u a mwith minorities. B l u c b considered most opporerrcd R.oup. Poiitir.1 intererla 01 college youtl, IeR or bheral.

Concern wlh minodtier lower. American Indiana considered murt o p p r e e d .

Law and order anathema t o mmpur.

Campus shawr @eater errcp tnnce of law and order.

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and jtlel over 4% tarried mclioartivr nlnterids. 'The aurvcy @vcs lhc follow. ing pn,nntugr*i or Ihslardoas and radioortivr ~hipmenl*m r " d Ily types or psa9sn.5r n,r. r ~ a l ldomt~rticlnog-4.2:; allcl 1.9%: m~??merciololxralorc. 2.9% and 6 % : a.q,~,iemr.nlal air c u r i ~ r b l . 7 7 r and .5%: ntld nlr taxi...21, ond .05%. 'There rcrult in an avrrap 01 3.8% wiU1 I?-.. ardous mnlrrial~ancl 1.11 with radloaelive ahipmcnla. laat month. F,\r\ puhii~hed an w d ~ a t i o nof ila hacardot8s malrMis pmmam whicll reveal. edUlaL rhippem' non-campltsnrP with rrp,1atione I8 Ulc mos1 dnde serioua problem in lhazardous nxalcrials ba~mpartslion. FAA .aid thsL i t lhaa taken slclfi to meet lhis probicm, eapcialiy by dren*hen,n(( iW in%,~elion rtafr and ~ubstantinliy mcrear ing the ~ n a m i wof in:pcliona.

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PARACIIIJTE Cl.llR Dave G r e w , an old llro will? 276 lump. reecived the Star Creat Award. Thr Star Crcat A. ward Is @ v n ?t o ldividuhls who have formed atai-shq,rd lormntian conslslinr o l "1 I k u t ei@tt 11~rsona.D ~ V D took pan .I the fnnnation 01 o ten man atnr lronl cn altitude a1 12.~00 feet. Any students that rouldn'l make i t to the introduc~on hut lik? to j,,mparh u,@ to 262-1328 md ask lor ~ i l~i u r r a y or Andy Reyiing.

The Iml,ry.Riddle S;r>rLPamrhate C h h lr prowlnr all the time wlth mnnny nrw sludnlis mnktng thrir llmt lemllr and lrre r l l r . 1.nst wpekptnd livr student pamrhatists took lhnl l o n ~atell out a1 on ulr1,lonn. hlnklng ~hcipl i n t lamp* wrrr: ,\nhur vnnn. Ham. i \ l l ~ ~Jock . v ~ n l n p r . suasn O l d r u ~ d ,and Lilldn Mnylrrry. wit11 only l w u wceknnda or pxlmript~er.two students marl,' Ulc~rl r r t lmrfalls. Junnllineull i h ~ othe "cool Ihiue" wrre St* while nnd 'Trury Hirh.

Fencer's Elect Offiec?rs By ~ a e kSprmWe ~ l c c t i o n swere held and m= ,Its odeulated lor new ' 7 4 . 7 5 fencing o1Iieen. Warren Lueun w chmen ar wpuinin o l the rnrsity team and Jock Sprankle was voted aa club presidmt. E S C ~ will have q,ceiGc duu.3 involving Amateur Fencers hawe of America IAFLAI, m d the Flotida Intercolli~aIs Fencing Asocialian IFIBAI. Jack Sprankle also Men s ~ ~ o i n t e d Mr. Bakal. ERAL lcncing coach, to hnconlp a member o f the AFLA Execu. IiveCommitDeand to reprrunl ~ ~ b r y - R i d d l eThe . committee discurnsnew fencinr ruler and hBn pventa tu he held. Corn.,m ,i dis~usrions are held at vnnoas timer throughout the year in ocala. Another ol the w]l be appointed an H ~ Sduties *II~ ~ n s i a1 r r rhr handliny rind repairing 01 dl c quipment. hlr. m k n t and !his lollem plan fencing around camta hy ~ a r i a uexhioitionn ~ and demonntmtions. Alao. everyone

w w i n g in populrrity. 'fhlr aneirnl sport, wilirll h r y a l in Eue-oplc is now ulfcrctl i n colleges snci hirh srhoolr ~ l > r o u ~ h o u t thr world. P~octica has oimady hegun lor tllr Scplemh~rlRLh lourn*. men, i n Ocdo. 'l'hi. arason wlll a m , , , ~ ~ r ~ m ~ n . ~ , rencrr* dd~~ ,,aria., I.ol]eKcs, in hlirmi, s r ~ v a r d (.woa ~ ~~ ~ ~ .nnlpn h ~ . Tull&nrsep, ,\lrothi* rm. ERAL~ ir lhslr G ~ Ltounlnlrcnt naytona bnuh it^ COIL^^ ,n Novemhar,

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"Inrma. I I Y ayatema, eLr.. ils,n they [had a rhance to Vll'w lhr components lor Cnla YoV II and iIi api,roauhel and n ~ wmicrawavc iondins syr. t*w> AIM iWWd ,h,.re m a "111.11 nrpt of ain.nrl used for ~lin.lutlg the mrvay.; and FAA lrilrnu ryateme. 'rbny uacr con. "otr ,140 and R80, il Cullstream i.id a UC-3. In thr nllanlir City Wilily. 1111,~rate thc cffeelivcncas and ~ t ~ ~ h ~ a "r i i ~t h~r i slmuistorn ty bc,cl m svintion today. .A\ far ar the nying e.>d of Li11, trip. evnryonc got his fill tlr thr deal. uaytona 5 ~ to h \iurl:ine(~~was VFII, hut the n.nlui,,drl 01 ~i,,. trill was now" iPll in onier to use ,he eystema "I,ATC which they ihad aepn in \\iuianeton. .\ y~nernlopinion of Lhe atu. denla was t h a ~~ i l pFAA is red. 19 ~ntrrrrlt.din lhell,Ing the pi.

FAA Tour Deemed "S~lccem" By Craig Hiidebrmdt Ihe trip took them to Waah. DC and r\tlmtie Cay. The F A A trip hsaded by in. in@" strucbm Bob Miller and R t e In them travels about tK they Moyer over the trimester break aaw Washinutun Cmler, thc lais st an end. Briefly, the FAA test i n tra-rlc control radar. he systems use automrlie gave the Uniuenity funds to qound sped and altitude re cover a trip in f w r Skyhawk with nine ~Ovdentaand two ir. porting. On a tour to 800 instrueton. This is the fint 01 dependence Avenue they saw s L rueh e a t s hom the FAA and ATC complex with L ~ ahility was on an experimental hnaia to handle any two ATC cenlelr

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lc,tr Loday. 'rhe PAA thowe IOIIIP C C I I I C P ~O II the nyen lIlnn~I"~5. \ i i i n all. R l p hloyer and b,l! Miller reelaU ~ a tthe trip "rill well and ti><, prosweb or rutllrr wun:s me good. he ann i , sludn>ta who made the L", ivcre: :\nll,"ny Kigpna Rirk Nciaon "Grog" mad Sany Dcnnls Lrlldry ivnyne h l l c Jan Krtplren Dennis Hali Paul Digennsto Dove \V",d Your ai,i1,ty to go an such ninhts d~i""d. on your motiva. !?onand artilude in your f i W f roursrs. Generally il you have a pnuate 1,cense or better. you Cave r chance to go. You'll h. learning something just shout 24 !hours a day during such a

Cultural Survival eal s x p n n i n 25 armore dlfrar. fieid,. ~h~ hii id,^^ .re to :r ehovn for their teianta m d natural shililie~. YOU ham h s n given the lask of helping to ular't ths writ*,, mste"i. which wiU k placed an mierafilm and taken in the survival unil. Figudng an wersqc of 4 W P*.. per "dumu 11vlli h pavlihle for them ahlo lfortion ~ h Burfscr c 01 to take 26 lmob 1.m micromother planet. The q,aer parlY aim) os their journey. 'mem is now bein. chovn There sre l a o k will serve as the intelto he five "0""s men. five lectual source for the eontinuance andlor improvement of our .and wuiety for the journey. TI?; adults are to coming pnsntione i n the new beselncted lor their varied l i i l s world. snd n ~ i c ~ r expertire. ~ h r y What are the twenty4va will have a stronp r,raetieal and hook that you would pick to wientific arientatidn and would accompany ihiasxpedition? nrai,ai,iy he considered buhni. .

You have Jvet rewived ward ( S U P P O ~by ~ Pail ~ or the ~ouemmentnlm d selentinr a. kscies ih, the world1 1hslr:enh ia an n collllian with s wonder ing space imdy. 'lbs collision is rrber.led to k a total rhautor. Preporations an, under way to onnlre a sosee avrvivai unit

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aircraft used for marketing and saluartivitin. mey have a on..yew duration since sir. craft normally nre used for this purpose for a limited time only. Bxpedmenlal mr.ili.zLea, in eluding thole lsaued to amateur built aimraft under the grsnd. lathe. provisions of the prop* *la, would continue for s one year duration. Owners wauld have to revaiimte their ecrtilcaten every yew. The pmpoeai would continue the definition of a evatom or amateur built a i m f t aa one where the major ponion "har i m n lahticated and m m b l c d by persons solely for their awn rocmation." education and Howwer, to denease the un. m m n t y as to whether an lir ~ m f qualifies l for ceninc.tior. ar 'hralom h ~ i i k "the proposll includes a hatin8 of manufac. lured items that may h. u d such as p o p i i e n . wheel.. instruments and hmloa. Before a custom built a l r ~ n ~ m u l d receive a .pp"al eelti'ia t e , it would have to complete 40 to 60 houn af night terts, depending on the kind o f en @na insulled. I t aiao would have to pass m F A A safety inspertion to vsvm that i t har no hazardous features or char=. tetistia.

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crew members to qualify them for expa,mentsl work. m e propcsed mie would not k applied retroactively to unateur.huii1 aimraft already rzrti. ficated i n the experimentsl oil. %ow. Omen could rekin the exprimentnl ee*,ncates " n l m they choose to qualify for n new special mltificate. Rovirlnn also is made i n the propasl for a lwc-year PC= An ownerlopemtor manu.I.1peliad following adoption of u, w w l d be required for custhe final rvlr to n.rammodste tom b v ~ l tumrsir. r h r mlnunl ptaons ~rpr.nLiy ~n,ohcd ~n would 8nrlvde apmftr &La o. bu~id8nuand cen~(lcar8ngthe,, the lundemcntsl opcrnbnn and urn auolane m accordanre m o ~ n a n ~ mqu~rommu e of m t h exirting regulstions. Dur- Ule aircraft. in8 that p e t i d B e y could ng Additionally. Lr a i d . ply farandreceiueanexpe"men would have to b plrarded to tat cenificate. inform pparenpm and othen af ita swcinl statu. and or m y o m h p r o A mapr on acrobatic night. b that the ~ ~ i~ ~ar t il f i . aut"ioionr -teS would remain in effect for Among such resuiaionr is the an indefinite period prwided k t that auobrtic night may aireran vere maintained i n ac- not be ~ r l M m e dn t h p-0. ~oldance with apprrpriate re en on board. Comments on B e FAA's N o &tions and "ot s u b k ~ t e dto majormadificrtians. Thiawould tice o f Pmpovd Rule Making be true for the r p c i a l certifi- (Ilolice No. 1429: Docket No. ate issued 1.0 custom-huiii air- 139M) should be addnrred to marl as well as thorn i w e d to FAA, Office of Chief Counul. .rcmR used for exhibitlo" and Rules Dork9t. AGC24, 800 In. aur raring and for mae;uah acti- dependelice Avensr. SW. Warh=xies not d a t e d to a ~ r r ~dfet ineon tK 20591. Deadline for uelopment. eommrnta iaNovemkr 6,1974.

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newspaper at the Stcutcus imtitute of 7dnc.iINJ) has m d e d the m i a t m e of a sonet "blue book" mn tnining dorm residmf u i i u n t ' s eommrnta on mdividvd freshme -woridr Fimt h & l o u l - men. me newpap.. repelt. lecfull Film Roundup" heid at that me hook is orculatcd ~ , t h the Un*=siwol Uiinoir offend i n the adminirtratnn and rmthe ealculatdly h a i triple fftpins RAS unchallenged d u lure "Reform SLhoal Gid" ntiom o r persond eharndenc lstarrinu Ed "Kookie" 0yrne.L ti- with natatiow "rd"Dreptri9 G d " and "Soronfy l y %tm"gr"or "dnn*. lot" Clrl." women have r u m d ncn wsync state ~ , , i ~ ~ . .h n ibc t ~ -*%e I== vhool a d m u i o m %-hour pr-m or =ari .rroromg to A M I ~ Spoiire svrrri~anrpby tele b.. fimm. And the v.;. m o u n ~ Li ~f c a i i f o r ~ - ~ r k e l Crey high on hul~dlnr. Can that gadu=- studen* & rotated and rmmpd in on who in 1962 had a dropout mtc plltentiai Vovhlr at the canrh'' Of md eq"d mpn an th. rnvld of an offi<*r 1" the run-tiLy hmqituwe tI P * - ~ = P r-dm-mole uny them adranrrd dew-. of 1971 will be the i-t in W i r y . over three miuion st"den&. estimates the US OfBce ~dumtion.

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A Platform Of Involvement

I'm 24 yeus old and n ~ e n i o r h e n at Embw-Riddle. Thia ia my fowth trimeater lhere so I'm vew aware of dlr problems and

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abilities. I f elected. I would never lor. gel in the O ~ ~ C and i wauld dray8 be dirertly r e ~ ~ o n l i b to l e evelv Individual atudent. During the past week I have 8poken ta many of you indlvidvallv and untU eieeiiozls I'll m n t i n i e to do the 'me. Iwant lo atreps i f you. the student wan* CONCERNED 1lONEST LEADERSHIP I "led** mv ser vice to you

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1974 FALL ELECTION ROUNDUP VEOLKER

I came to EmhwRiddle ~n JanUnry or 1971, enmiiing i n the Aviation Maintenance Man. sgement and AbP programs mneumntly, Under the romh i n d Aeronsvtical Studies prrr p e n 1 received my A&P I" June 1973 and my Private Cert ineate in September of file m ' e year. I am going to help glvr Ih? A&P ~ i ~ i amore i ~ " and reptespntation on campila I would also like U, we more social hnctians and more and diffe-l way, for the students of this university to &come involved in the Embry-Riddle community. I think i t is impor. !ant to end the incmsslng apathy on campus. i feel that in the years Ihave spent on thisr.mpushsve made ,,$ me aware of many ~;;bi?ml slld I will be able to r~pmsent the studens i n the Ablbl and ALP programs effectively by worklng to the bert o f my sbii-

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My name is Bob Meddsu* and I'm a senior in Aviation Management and am runnhg for Senator. I would like to acquatnt you with the reasons why I would like to nprewnt YO" i n the Student Government Aaraci.tion. My piatlnrm is honesty laomething you don't see much or in politics any more.) \\'hat I mean by honesty is that Ican't stand i n front of the student body and say elwt me and 1'11 eer 24 hour visitation in the do"". better food on campu,ur. or lower tuition. Realistically. no one candidate can get tiiew thin* for the ~tudenlsso you

won't hear me say that I will. \\hat I will do is make the i r r t effort that Ican i n getting tllc *udent'a v i m heard and mlpiemented. B", wen i f I nm elected I call he only ss good a Senator z "0. the studens make me. 1 can't represent yo", viewa i f I don't know what they am. so 11 elected. 1 ell make myself rarily aeeeasahle to h e u what YOU have to my. 1 thank you for taking the time t o read this ehort article snd hope you will give me your s u p p ~ r i n the up coming Student Government Association election. on September 25th.

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eriating programs. facilities. and eondihom for the students. I be1iwe u,at awarenerr of the prohlems combined wiUl aoen and hones: communica. hbns between students. Laeulty. and adm,ni,tratarr will be n e e s a r y i f your voice is to be heard. your idens expressedand change for proweu made. The Student Gwemment A+ m i a t i o n can only be as eneo Sue as you make It. Your representation as .m indridual and as a clau depenL *pen your suppon and your vote. Duting the part year that I've bDpn at Emhe-Riddle, I have know,, both Andy Dyndul and Stan LWUett and i fully rvpport them for ~ ~ ~md i I funher r, courage all ouler studens to join me in votinc b r ~ n d and y

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A campus newpaps poll at the URiverdty of Alabama predict4 that 96% o f the students them would vote i n the forthcoming Ludent government e l ~ i a n a . The prediction p r w r d to be ~IUa-overlyoptia~istic, but the 34% student vote turn-out was a remrd lor e l d o n a there ul -nt years and an exceptional Percentage for a large eampu$.

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DICK LAIRD

TOM BLAS Candidate Fnr SGA Vice -Pretiident

Candidate For SGA President No one dauhts it'a Ume for a chanpe within the student 0vcrnnlant r\snorlation. *lter. stumhiingalang for m v ~ nysa. l working within the framework of a Ihi* s h o o l eoeiai dub Emb~/.ltiddle haa smk how, pieniea on Wedneb day afternoon at S:30, junior llmm8, and Saturday n~oming L'sr 'Ol&es. With the charpea on aver,.. *!ti# elm connected with the x h o o i going UP aa draaliediy my eleven dallsva plucked h o m me by the 8GA every trimester is meaning more and more to

ma. m e student oovemmant should SERVE the individud studmt and provide something tangible far h e majority. \Vilh little or no expenm. 8erviccs ."rh a'"""*,"# n.r..nai I". ,,..v *I,denu n d dorm I#f,.~ m o r u \ c mcnUr.~ul.llr nsl.lle6 U'nal'l mow. Ihc ALP u ~ d m unase heen forced to organize t11cir own aclivlties becsu~ethe Student Government has ignored l h r m completely. Tinia l a sD aurh- they m n ' t step.ehildren they pay SGA fee8 too! Next W~dneaday,vote for reality not for mare of the same.

l'her', vomer a limv when e Ulitr urn .!>joyed hy nlowt a,,. very I'rraon wnkca "18 to ti.* cir I L ~ . redit? !hnt I~.E tirns mr change. ilut must i,ro~,li. arc we have other prohiema afraid 01 ehsnyc. ~ h p yn l m wlxich could ihe acrisrd by a h e i r hack to it. 'There ir a feel- strong SGA. Far excn~plr,moat inn thsl"thin@ will work out." univrmitia keep thrlr book Well, the time fur n cilanae atorc ox,cn lancer .. daritrc tll? ha. wnvrd, and Iknow Emb&firs1 two weks of ~Ianaca.DYF Riddle student. wiii not ,pore ILIRthis snme ptid Ill? 1! clrihirr'a office8 aren't run ihy In my Ouo trimenter. at ~ m - lhaskern haun either. I f elretrd bry.Rldd~~the ~ ~ h i rori , i ~Ihopr ~ to end nut why chew chmm lhaue *own imad6,r. sta. I"8cticee can't h" changed to denb have tied out forrhnnge hrnret lhe 61udenls. in all ar~sctsof this Ilnlvrrai~y. Anothcr important iasuc i r BY f u the Iouriesr of tilest. tho offire hours and scepnaibiie-es have centered uruu8ld Llls ity of the SGA oieeorn. ieadnnh~pof ~ b r .studt.n~Cvrrnmtlut ~rsariutiou. I ihow One athcr propam I would Iholx to initiate b e "Housing to offer rueh a dlanyr. Referral Sewire" for both nrrv i am tired of S<:A offict.rs who munrtarally rupl,on ~ h r i r and runtinuin# studenls. O m speci.; inlrrcat .ctivit,rr. I ~ n a i i y .I would like t o p o l n l o u ~U ~ a tthe date of my madSGA oflieprs who w l t i t ~ u lin. uation is Deucrnbr 1975. So vntietion, wish to deprive the majonry the shdenlr or mri *Ii be answnrahie for all that mss on durinc m y 8t.y in of. vice* such aa our veilrhooh. tka I b o w Eibry-Riddle st". Phwnix; alricerr who ndv&ste <mlling hinds to the Avmn and .Imts want a change. Now I'm thn pgaaaa- lhmr pui,iirat~on$ o l f ~ r i n gyou a chance!

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Wednesdav September BRYON PURDUM I'm runnine e " for Senator ~-~~~r presenting Air Scienee this M m t e r UI try t o g e t , ~ l s i l m e e t P m p m o f t lhe a u n d . m8xe or "0" who were hem 1r.t vrarremember me ~ o n l intra. mural air meat i n rhc fall. I have heen helping push s flying team effort f m NIFA campeti. lion since the spring of 1913. it's a worthwhile progthat a majotity of h e student. may participate in. i have heen enmlied i n the at EmhTA" science pmRiddle Aeronautical U since 1071 and am p r ~ r ' n U yawnlor. I?.SO u o r k a.a nl&t nnarurtur n l n Emnw.Rddlr. scl l am # n m n s m t conla.', ~ 4 t h the fllgh, program that we enmil my freshman year I lived in Donn I and presently live offcampus giving meexperience i n both areas and Uleir pmblemn. MY main concern now is t o get more government tothe students. k t them decide what they've already paid f c r

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i f i t ia bue -as the statistlo are ~h~finnin~:tu show - thst wesm rapidly lreeonlng a nation of middic-:tged to older people and thst the V O U ~ ~ will dnv be ovcrwhe~medbv mere force or olumhers, i t ir hi& tlnle that we conr~nimledmor. of our enerdp~ on undrrstarldiny the problems of the r d n g i n an urban cerhnologiLal society so that their iivm may be u x f u l and valuable not only to them hut to the whois society. There are 20 million aged today (and lhe number keep mowing) who deserve Lo ho treated aa mom lha,, a "conlentlo"" minanty." A c.onuiction of thia so* was in tile minds of a s o u p at Eartem M i c h i p Ilniverslty, i n coopra,ion with Gcness~.Illrkron. Manroe and Waahtenpw Community Coilegrr, wi,o were awardad a p n t from the Public P r o p m s Division of NEH to plan a one-yen Consortium on GPronto1agy under the direction of Dr WalLer G. Mosa, arsistanl profe*or of hiitory at Eastprn hlirhigan. The propuwi developed from a four-month effort by community repreaentatives, faruity and adminstrators in the compact area gerved by tire five institutions named above. \Vi>ile the topic was of eonce.. to the organizatiana and grou1,r represented in the preliminary "ianninl souions, the new inm4icnt in tilr rnlr was the um of s &de &y of humanislr and iheir discipline ro con~iderthe p r e hlema of mowing old and facing death. With the nearby Institble of Gcron:olagy acting aa advisor, s EOUD of 20 far.llty members f m m Lhr humanities and aocial L,ier& wee recruited to hare t h p ~h o w k d g e and experience with tho= of the other adult participants in the pnagram. Through devirpf lveh as reading poetry and plays. m m m , ahort lecturer. Bim presentation5 foliored by diwuwion and the lika, the group8 n ~ J w * n l the prohlcnms or awn# .n 1186. face of ~ h ov \ c n n . i m ~ n g rn>i,hla#r un youth n our c o ~ n t r y ,nnx llmca(ed Ihovr cwm v##,*ru an ilvratwp, huu rot lrty rsu? h r l d l l l l r ~ Ih.. lelrnU mcl 8111101.r or icnoor nUxens. and xha, altcmau ,,.I,R. m.1 pl'.io.O,ln approarh~. exist to face death. me p r o p m vas d e s i a d for and attrarted aud.enees living i n lhe vicinity or the various community college; lhey ranged from teenagca to the elderly and took piace i n mrny iorationa ~hmughout the area - on the college campuss, as well ar i n churches. community canten. retrement homes. senior c,tizens <<'enters and eivie <I",,, Ihe ConaoNum b d s Uurcpmngnl ai2proa.h tu #lrmurlon a tryout w n o d lnvolrlng vanov bnds of p,rn,ralwx before i#m>tcd BY.BCOIP. m d the t ~ ~ o w m l lw~ d n dlrlnlnrl~<mof livman r t n Rerouree Guide (iisiini audio-virual materials and w o r k o f Iltrra. twe, hisbry, reiipon. philorophy, anthropology and aon01ogy dealing with old age and deathl; a hmadrnvlg and ex?ansron of avrcesrhl1 format. m reach larger audictlce. by drawinp i n ioea1 organizations; a culminating reglunal inter-genemtiolai conference Lo s u m m e z and anaryze caah of the theme=, and preparation o f a booklet, H u m h t i c Presp.xtiva on A@ # ". meprapm ,-bed directly z.000 different and much ia:gpr through tcievrnon, rsdlo $horn. newspapDr counts, and the di-minstion of the annotated bibiiogaphis. m ~ vaned e aetivitler hrve .tlmdated lad mte-t inthe or +#and lh, aged. As a remit of this pogcsm, exprimental in its1pproad7 and cr. emplm in it. diemination. i t is h a p d tlmt meiai and individual option* rviii be p d u a l i y broadenad. A s n g advllr Jhmld not he Len to di w a lonely plateauo f useimersand reprllon but Lhelr talents ahovld be sh-ned and u e d fot the enrichment ddJP ple. AS Simone De Beauvou says ~n her b o o k The Comilg of Age. I"l"l'e true -1 of a aaiety is how i t trealr its old."

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t;ditor', Note: The following article originally ll!ll)(!ared l:OIUlllll in the Birmingham News.

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In a wuy, today', cAmpus L, 5Otnelhloi lillo a gmveyard, haunted by the ghOlt.-Uke prescne(> of this Old Guard and the alienee thut was once filled with student alll)(!lds for II new kind of higher odu· By Slim R. Girgus cation. Asslstunt Prof~>jlsor of Americwl Studies and t;rlgJlsh The central question, thell. for U10IC of :as In thl! humanities Unlvenlity of Alabama concerns the way In which We shailiry to ftllthis current void. If we simply relnstutionalize the humanltlell lliong old lines and We are bani. We di~. And in i>etween we cStten are lost. "Man," wrote Alexl. de 'J'OC{lueville, "springs out or nothing, crosses time, forms thet a1relldy went UHough ono period of failure, If we try to n:ld disappears forflver in the bosom of God: he Is seen but for a intimidflte our stud.entli Into loving the studics that we as t.eacher$ mClml!llt, wondering on the verge of two abySlles, and there he Is lovo, we will only succeed in further alienating cnother gcnl!ration from Ii cultural tradition ilnd a humanistic attitude they and the lost." Ollllse Pascal, UW bri~lillnt scientist lind defender of ChristlWl faith, world despurately nced. Without excusing those stUdents of II fe ..... )'eal"l ago Cor any of wrote two hundred yellrll earlier, "When I cOl\slder Ole brief span Ullit I fin, or even see, engulCed in Ule infinite Immensity of spal...."S their extremes, we can saMy !;lIy thut the noods Uwy expTt'liS\!d which J know not, and which know not me, I am afraid, und won· and many of the changes the~' l'aJlt'IJ for stili df!llllmd our attention. Atth!! SlIme time, most or us who lire serious li'lOut higher educil' der to liCe myself here rather than there; ror there Is no reason why UOIi alsc share traditional Cu!\cC'ms fnr intellectu'll discipline and J ~lould be here rather than thele, now rather thllll then." Hemingway, I tJlink, captures this same sense of awe and fl'lIf precision, for values emphllsi~;nl( l't'rsonal11chievement, for Ilwaken. when he talks llbout the night. "I know," he wrole in 'A Farewell inif students to the learning and literature of IlIlSllhie PWit. Likll Sidney Ilokll I aJso Wallt my students to be Il.hle to make in· to Amls,' "'nlat Uw night is flat the same lIS the day. Thllt all things day, because they do not then exist, and the nilVlt can be a dreadful leJlecluai distinet~ons, to be l'lllllllJle of mlltlm~ jUdgmC'nts alld de. cisions, and to comnluninltt!. l\rnidst the current silence lind (luiN time for loneyly rlCople on..' e lheir loneliness has started." The humWllties, I believe, lllt! libout this sense of nll(ht at the cen- on the cllmpus, we now hllve the opportunity to e;'(ert fresh h!llderter of our exlstenl.1!. They emerge out or whutliterary critic George ship lln<.i to J(!('k another db:diull. "TheCt! lire two WllyS," wrotc Sorell KierkCl;aard. "om.' is to sum'r; Steiner clllls "rudical wnnder" over the meaning or man', existence thll otlwr is to becomc a prufel'.'IOr of the fact thllt another suffers." and his moment on earth. But it Is not nCl.1!ssary to ~o to this 19th t'l'ntur}' lJanish phllOilJWhen this sense of wonder, awe, fear and trtlpidation in the fllce of human existence dissipates, then the hunlllnilies become irrele- pher for u tradition from whkh to :Ice the future as teaclH'rs of the humanities. We can go hack to nur own histcry with Emerson lind vant. l11e scats go vacllllt in the back of the c1asSloom. The studentli clamor for .the l.'Ourscs with the answers: they go to 'Ihorcllu, two men us American as Tuscliloosa and as brilliant liS all)' models oC many they believe to be adaptable to mUltiple choice an- generation of Yille Ph.D's. Emerson helieved thnt l\1l'aningful ,'duclltion bllgan with our conswers of II, B, C or all of lhe above. 1he tendenl.'Y in this sitU!lUOll is to attempt to humunize Ulem whether they like it or not. Butlt ception of man as original in himsl'lf. It was the dt'Stiny of the" A. merican Scholar," hC' belie/cd. to develop his originality into a sym· WOll't work thllt woy. Notllnymore. We used to believe that the humanities hUTTUlllize. But it's the ot· bol for all men. He feawd ,'1111 without sud; II rnan-l.'Cntered basis, students would her way around. The humanities emerge out of excitement over be "pan.1!lIed out" and peddletl out" hy education instilulions '1S and a sensitivity of the human experient:(! itself. fmctionlll mun inCllpt:.ble of thinking of thl!:nS<!lvl!s 'IS anythinG The eventli of the l.'C.'ntury of mass thought and ma5l' production, climaxing in ,-oncentration caulps, the Vietnam War and t,h~ crisis more Ullin the functions they perform for socie'Y. Thorellu, who inddenttlly onl.'l! lost a leaching position for refusof our own political instilutions, tollve shattered the illusion that the Ing to flog his students, turnl!d Emerson's idl!3S into II progrlllll f<Jr hUlllunilities will tickle a.nd lure Ule demon from the hurnlln breast. Accordingly, the current aUempl on calnpuSes lIround the coun- life and action. "You must get your liVing by lovjng." 'nloreay said. try by some of our most Important educators to revivify humanFor hoth Thoreau and Emerso'l the separotion of liVing frOIll loy· istic studies by going back to the 1950', will fail. Like "the mook members oC the Resurrection" in Emily Dickin- ing made life dehumanizlnll. t'or those of Ut In the humaniliu, tho son's poem, such humanists have reappear<'d on the pages oC popu- continu<'d st'paration or learning from bath liVing and loving wilJ lar journals calling Cor Il return to approaches and programs that make aU OUl' lltlcmpt.~ to revive humllnistic studies moribund. helped CllUse the campus disorder in the first plal.'C. WI It

Thl! Federal tWlation Admin· inmtion of Ule US Iftpartmell1 of Tran.portation has funded a $1,653,120 .tudy to deter· mine illurhine tlnKin... emlssiolu increase: with Ult! extended use ofthecn¢r.es. In the study, which will be done by Ul2 Northern Itescllrch IIIId Engineering Corp. of Cambridge, Mass., turbine engine. mnKing from slllall UIICl used on business jels to large onca used on wide·badie.1 jet~ will be (("St",d to I",unl wh'lther exhau~t emissions increase lIS their hours of uw increase. Ill'sults of the lilUdy wll! be used by ~'AA in fonnulRting n:IIlJllltions to lrlllllemcl1t the Environmental I'rolec!iOl1 II· l>(el\l;Y'li poliLltion I;ontrol stall' d:lrds for aircraft cngine~ in Ihe 197&-197H period. If thl: lcsl.l; show the emission increases to 1)(' tilt' result of wear on movinll t"IrL~, for example, the relluh· tlons ,-'Ould CC(tuire rejllllCellll'nt of the pOlrts at slated intervuJs throughout the useful liCe of the engine. ,\warding (If the contTllct Is Ule latest in a series or mov('s by thtl F/\A to limil pollution caused by aircraft englnl.'S. Recent actions incl'Jde Jirnll.l; nn smoke emiss\on from turbine enB:ines, a han on fuel vl'nting from large jets, and studies to detcrrninc whether modlfiea· tion of piston engint.'!i to rl}duce emlssl'llls might affect safety.

New rule. to improve the night l.'Onditioos under whJch peLs l1li11 other IUlimais are ahlpped by air have been adopted hy the t'ederal Avialion Administration. The rull!fl. which apply tD the shlpnwnt of animals in containeu In an aircraft', cario com· partment, require the carrier to aliIIure that tho container I.; I. securely attached to the cargo compartment to prevent t;hltling;

2. proU!cl by webbing. part.ition, or oUwr means to Ilrevent crushing or damage by other cargo under normally anticipa· ted night and ground eondluon.; 3. located in a manner thllt assures the animal container ventilation areas arc not obstructed. The Jo'AA action follow. re(;ommendallon. made by the House Committee on Govern· ment Operations in a report entilll'd, "Problems In Air Shipment of Domestic Animals," (HouSt' Report 93-746, Dec. 21, 1973). The committee recommended a broad i.nterageney dCort by the Departmj!llt of Ag· Civil Aeronautica riculture, Board IIIId FAA to develop im· provemcnLs in Wlimalshipmenu. t'AII also is participating in the CAB's current investigation into rules and practices relating to the aCl.'eplance and canlllge of live animals in air lransportation.

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