Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, July 17, 1980, Page 7, Image 7

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    Trident opponents join D.C. viail
Volcanic ash, Puget Sound
and nuclear war all will be linked
next week when four Eugene
members of Live Without
Trident take their message to
the Pentagon.
Karl Smith, James
Cunningham, Karen Richey and
John Burkhart say they will
participate in an ongoing vigil at
the Pentagon, where peace
groups from around the country
are conducting a weeklong ser
ies of events. The vigil began
last January and will continue
through December
Live Without Trident is a
Northwest-based group that
opposes construction of the
Trident nuclear submarine at
Sub-Base Bangor on Puget
Sound.
Group members say the
Pentagon is a natural focal point
of their concern.
"That’s where the Trident
policy comes from," says Smith.
"At least more people will be
aware that some of us are con
cerned about it."
Other groups in the vigil have
participated through theater,
educational workshops and civil
disobedience, but the Eugene
group has not yet decided what
it will do.
“We’re going to be there dur
ing the day — being like a wit
ness to what's going on with
Trident," Smith explains. “We
haven’t decided yet what exact
ly we re going to do. We’re
trying to be spontaneous."
Smith says the group
members will take with them
6,000 leaflets that include a
small packet of ash from Mount
St. Helens. The leaflet
compares the ash fallout from
Mount St Helens to the fallout
Pac-10 student arouD forms
Before anyone starts rumors
to the contrary, ASUO Pres.
Dave Eaton says he wants peo
ple to know student funds paid
only the gasoline costs of his
trip to the Bay Area over the
weekend.
Eaton and an assistant,
Rocky Schatz, traveled to the
University of California at Ber
keley to attend the Pac-10
Student Association Confer
ence on Friday and Saturday.
Eaton says that he and Schatz
paid for their own food and
accomodations "mostly bec
ause I don't know how effective
of a group this will be."
The Pac-10 student group is
still in its formative stages, and
Eaton says he wants to monitor
the organization's progress
further before investing more
student money into it.
Eaton says the goal of the
Pac-10 group is to place a
student representative on the
Pac-10 Athletic Council. The
council currently is comprised
of the president, athletic direc
tor and a faculty member of
each university.
Students deserve a repre
sentative on the board and a
role in its decisions because
student money is contributed to
the various athletic depart
ments, Eaton says.
that would occur if a nuclear
explosion were to take place.
Opponents of Trident de
scribe' the submarine as a
“first-strike" weapon. Each
submarine will be capable of
carrying 24 Trident-2 missiles,
with each missile able to hold 17
manuevering warheads.
Estimates indicate one subma
rine could destroy 408 targets
with a nuclear blast approxima
tely five times that of Hiroshima.
The navy plans to construct
30 submarines by 1992 at a
projected cost of $180 billion.
Last October more than 60
demonstrators were arrested
for occupying the Naval base at
Bangor, Wash., where the
submarine is being constructed.
At the same time, other
demonstrators constructed a
“Peace Conversion City" on the
outskirts of the base to
demonstrate alternatives to
nuclear proliferation.
The yearlong vigil at the
Pentagon was organized by
Jonah House, a Baltimore
peace and community action
group that includes former Je
suit Philip Berrigan.
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