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Austin Daily Texan (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Austin, Texas Pm Fiao on Stuke Tita Western electric cd decent wages. Fair conf act Pancake House weekday special the popular item from our regular Momu on spacial Mon. Day thru thursday from i Loo . To 9.00 . Spaghetti and meat sauce. Chopped Steak. Chicken Fried Steak enchiladas. Poll weighs value of pot in future Rudes Appeal Locke favors taxing found lacking a in i a a Telephone strike in Austin too. Ronny Simpson installer with Western electric mans downtown picket line. Local workers strike in phone dispute Mare than i 600 unto Ralty students polled for a business re in Mun cations course research h to a Jet said marijuana can became a consumer item in the next five to 2a years. The project was part of or. Richard l. Beard s business communications course and int Hided a Campus Survey and a speech from a doctor. Or. Beard said that researching the idea of marijuana As a consumer item was an attempt to a a make an incredibly Boring course More than 50 per cent of the students surveyed said they do not consider marijuana physiologically addicting but 40 3 per cent thought it harmful Ai d capable of creating a psychological or emotional dependence. Moral objection equal moral objections to the use of marijuana were equal Between yes and no. Tse of marijuana was rot considered More dangerous than alcohol by 50.5 f or cent of the students. In another question however 31.60 Lier cent said the use of marijuana would Lead to the use of addicting drugs such is opium heroin and morphine while 35.30 per cent did not think it would Lead to addiction and 25 per cent were Quot not sure Quot in Overall perspective 61 so per cent knew of at least one person who had used the drug and 14.to per cent knew of to or More people who had us it. Tie average student in the Survey was 20.5 years old. Classified As a Junior in the College of arts and sciences and a protestant. He came from a family with an income which averaged Between $10 too and $13,000 last year he lives in a town with a population less than 10.000 and is politically a moderate Liberal. Or. Robert c. Stokes of the student health Center told the class that marijuana was a medical problem and not a Legal one. He Felt that doctors should be responsible for its control As they Are for other drugs used in Tho medical profession. Marijuana Broad social Issue marijuana As the report topic was or. Beard s idea of taking a Broad social Issue and having the students find out what it Means to them As individuals. Fir. Beard said the Overall Effort was More in line with graduate work than with an undergraduate business course. Five students in the class ran computer programs on the marketing possibilities. Marijuana is Quot something important Quot or. Beard said. After the Survey was in he received 75 to too phone Calls asking Al amt the results. Many students went to his office to talk about the dog and its use. Quot conceived in ignorance tse of marijuana is Quot making criminals of voting people Quot the marijuana Law was Quot conceived in ignorance and it ought not to exist Quot or. Beard said. The faculty appeals court Herd Jerry Rudes request for a new election for editor of die daily texan Friday by recessed until Rudes could show who the defendant is and that the court has jurisdiction to the Case. Prof Byron Fullerton one of tile three court judges and assistant Dean of the school of Law said saturday that Rudes had failed to establish whether the real defendant was merry Clark be Klimt in commission or the texan. Quot we Quot the court really Don t know what they re appealing said Fullerton. Fullerton said the court would Issue a statement monday declaring it would hear no More student cases until the student government a provides some definite Rul a of procedure a for such cases. Fullerton said Rudes Appeal was Quot unclear Quot and did not sufficiently acquaint the court with the details and the parties relevant to the Case. Quot Ive heard one decently Prepa ret Law suit in the five years j i be Bei n on the court Quot Fullerton said. Quot we Are not going to take anymore of tills not knowing what the students Are talking about Quot said Fullerton. Rudes said saturday he had not derided whether to file an other Appeal with the Cour. Bude contends that articles and editorials in the texan influenced the election and con to i but re to miss Clark s Victory of trading Stamps by i. Vav Ami to Eugene Locke candidate for the democratic nomination for governor said saturday that unredeemed trading Stamps should be faxed. In a press conference at the Capitol Locke said millions of dollars Worth of lading Stamps go unredeemed by trading St Imp companies. Band to perform in concert today tile longhorn Comer band will present a free performance at 4 . Sunday in municipal auditorium under the direction of Vincent r. Dinino. Die Orange White and varsity bands will perform separately then Combine for the feature number Tchaikovsky s "1812 overture. The overture will lie accompanied by Cannon booms Shotgun blasts Church Bells and big Bertha the drum. Richard i Crenshaw will assist Dinino. J4enry r men s Wear 7772 Guadalupe open every thursday till 8 . Man. A sat. 9 s 30 if Stamps Are not redeemed companies do not have to pry out in merchandise Quot since companies do no re lease information on unredeemed Stamps it would be hard to Tell How much Money is lost by the consumer who receives the Stamps Quot he Slid. Locke spec us Ted this untapped source of Revenue would produce several million dollars for the state Treasury. Locke said he would form a Quot people s lobby Quot to offset the so Vecial interest lobbies in the state legislature. The pimple s 1 by would be composed of citizens of All backgrounds who would serve without pay. Die people % lobby could form task forces to advise the legs furs on special problems. This would help counteract the practices of some lobbies who take state legislator on trips for sex Maple to Acapulco and to the Kentucky Derby or a d. On the question of axes Locke Sud he opposed personal and c prorate income taxes in Texas. The nil and Gas producers and the Beer Industry Arr carry ing their fair share of the taxes he said. The nationwide Telephone strike which began thursday continued saturday and southwestern Bell spokesman e. D. Richards said there was no work As yet on negotiations to Settle the wage dispute. Richards explained the strike was caused by Central office Telephone installers who work fur the Western electric company. Western electric like southwestern Bell is a subsidiary of american Telephone and Telegraph he said Quot there is no real dispute among southwestern Bell employees for our contract is in full effect until die Are however members of the communication workers of America As Are Western electric employees and Are honouring those pickets. E. R. Jacobson jr., Austin spokesman for local 6290 of the ova also had no information on negotiations but said Quot we assume a pattern will be set with one company which will be followed Quot we re trying to give Good service with the staff we have and figure we handled about 72 per cent of a Normal Days workload thursday Quot Richards remarked. He said Austin registered about 6.000 More direct distance dealing Calls than usual which was very helpful. Because president Lyndon b. Johnson is in Texas and the press White House corps in Here there Are More Long distance Calls being made through Austin. Richards said this has put some pressure on the Telephone company. Aerospace flight to Host children s picnic sunday in their first Community aimed service of of r Amacdonald aerospace flight will Host a picnic sunday for about 30 children from the Austin state school. Die flight an underclassman service organization of the air Force res to c officer training corps will sponsor the children on a tour of Bergstrom air Force base. Angel flight a woman a service group of Roth will assist in the program which will include a picnic on the Bergstrom grounds and a game session for the children. De Roth in sponsored a car Wash saturday to raise funds for the picnic. Til 111 designed to suit von that s what we had to mind. 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