Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 03, 1980, Page 19, Image 18

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flict of interest by taking a job as
a receptionist in the EMU
administrative office.
However, the approved
amendment won't apply to
Sewell because of a clause
limiting its application to those
elected after Oct. 30.
Students agreed to allow the
ASUO president to appoint a
vice president without con
sideration of University affirma
tive action guidelines, provided
the candidate is publicly an
nounced and included on the
ballot as the president’s running
mate.
The two separate amend
ments needed to accomplish
this change passed by margins
of 855 to 426 and 960 to 323
Two amendments abolishing
ASUO fall elections passed by
margins of 1,054 to 192 and 950
to 249.
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County spokespersons refused
to give details on Schroeder’s
condition.
He escaped from the jail the
night of Oct. 17, breaking out a
window in his single cell and
apparently rappelling down the
wall with a rope of torn bed
sheets.
A massive manhunt was
begun for the accused “masked
rapist,” and police cordoned off
a portion of West Eugene
around Skinner Butte Park.
However, Schroeder slipped
through, apparently in a white
Datsun pickup. He was seen
driving the pickup in Oakridge
the following day, Oct. 19.
The Datsun was later found
damaged in Toketee, east of
Roseburg.
Schroeder, who is still facing
trial for seven sexual and as
sault charges, also has been
charged with second-degree
escape and first-degree theft,
stemming from his alleged theft
of the automobiles.
‘Sale Energy’ leader
predicts No. 7 will pass
By RICK WESTON
Of tti« Emvrakj
Opponents of Ballot Measure No. 7 have
‘‘virtually no broad-based support,” says a
representative of a local organization backing
the proposal.
The measure requires a solution to the nu
clear waste problem before more nuclear
plants can be built in Oregon.
Bruce Bowers, a representative for Citizens
for Safe Energy, said compared with the
roughly 350 individual contributors who op
posed and defeated a 1976 anti-nuclear mea
sure, less than a dozen contributors are ac
tively opposing Measure 7.
Bowers, speaking at a press conference
Friday in Harris Hall, said these contributors
include corporations such as Union Oil,
Teledyne Wah Chang and a subsidiary of Gulf
Oil called General Atomic.
“Our opponents took in $335,000 in three
weeks. Three hundred thousand dollars of it
came from Portland General Electric."
This is the second time in recent weeks PGE
has pushed to build the proposed Pebble
Springs nuclear plants without properly con
sidering the disposal of the radioactive waste,
Bowers said, referring to recent reports that
PGE tried to circumvent the normal hearing
procedure in order to speed federal approval
of the plants.
“The experts claim ‘We’ve solved the prob
lem (waste disposal), let's get on with it.' Of
course, they're in the pay of the corporations,
and citizens wind up with Love Canal-type
problems.”
“We’re relying on a grass-roots campaign
with our people going door-to-door and ex
plaining the measure. An informal poll we’ve
conducted shows 70 percent approval for the
measure. We'll have a large cross-section of
voters — I’m very confident it will pass,”
Bowers said.
Measure 7 requires an operating facility for
permanent storage of radioactive waste from
nuclear power plants before plant construction
could begin. It also requires approval by
Oregon's voters before new nuclear plants can
be built in Oregon.
STEVEN HOWARD ZUSMAN Happy birth
day! Congratulations, you finally made it to the
big 21. Love, WALDO_'n.g
KRISTINA: Swedish princess you come from
good stock! It's so nice to have here Have a
happy day Tweety Bird!! 11 -3
Voters
Pamphlets
Needed
Do you have an extra or no longer
needed one? Please drop it off at the
ASUO in Suite 4 EMU and we ll pass it on
to students who didn't get one
1449:11-3
The essential nature of ECKANKAR is freedom
form all things, living in a sense of joy which
comes from the knowledge of one's self as
Soul. For more information about
ECKANKAR, A WAY OF LIFE
call 343-2657 or 686-8204 evenings
___ 11-3
Go downtown to
regster to vote
Lane Co. Elections is at 175 W. 8th, between
Olive and Charnelton, near the Bon Marche
parking lot, open 8 am to 5 pm and on election
day till 8 pm. ASUO State Affairs. 1451 11 -4
SIX SUXI MOT_ H.3
ATTN. LADIES
Today is PINCH DAVID ANDERSON DAY!!
It’s his 22nd birthday, so pinch him where it
counts. KRC 11-3
GREEN BACKPACK
taken from ROOM 290 LAWRENCE,
THURSDAY, 2:30 PM. Call 683-6886
REWARD
WHY PEOPLE CARE ABOUT YOUR PREG
NANCY Birthright. Free test, confidential
687-8651. 4682 :M
WHERE
TO
VOTE
See the polling place chart on page 6
or
PHONE 687-4234
Paid ASUO Stale Affairs.
_ 11-3
PTC
Endorsements
are here! You can read them in the GPA office
(1 ?8 EMU) if interested1496 11-4
HAPPY 21st
B-DAY
CATHI
ANNE
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PRE-ELECTION SURPRISE! Give your
sweetheart a flower and make their day Free
while supplies last at Wesley Center, 1236
Kincaid, behind the bookstore, 8:30-4 30 or
7:30-10:00, 11-3
174 East Broadway
Eugene
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E3E5l3
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MASAKI from
Eugene, Oregon. Love, KAORI11-3
CRISIS CENTER
U of O Telephone Hof Line from 5 pm to 8 am
Help with personal & emotional problems
Strictly confidential Call M6-44M 164 MH
JANE You vampirella! I'll bewitch you tonight in
the comfort of my coffin. Snake bites and spider
eyes DOUG SPOOKS__11 -3
TAPPA TAPPA KEG
(Carson 2nd floor) will select its little sister
court Wednesday Nov. 5 in the Carson Gold
Room at 8:30 pm. 11 -5
TOTAL WOMEN WANT REAGAN! 11-5
ALPHA PHI JANELLE A PATTY It s been
much too long since I've seen your smiling
faces! How about a letter - better yet - how
about a date? Nov 15 at MY place. Love. OSU
MIKE J. P S Go Beavers! 11.3
THE ONLY WAY TO BE FREE is to act treely I
intend to assert my freedom, to vote by ex
pressin my will, my wish, my choice. I intend to
go to the voting booth on Nov 4, and vote out
ot conviction rather than tear for
JOHN ANDERSON
11-4
Put yourself where
you’re needed
Peace Corps and VISTA Volunteers
have a tradition of sharing their knowledge
and Skills with the people of developing
nations and here at home. They're indi
viduals who combine a special sense of
adventure with a desire to help Other
people.
Your college degree OR appropriate
work background may qualify you for the
experience of your life. Our representatives
will be pleased to discuss with you the
many volunteer openings beginning in the
next 12 months.
Information Booth:
Nov. 3-7
EMU 9 am - 4 pm
Film Seminar:
Nov. 4
EMU Room 112, 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Interviews (By Appointment):
Nov. 5-7
Career Planning & Placement Office
Susan Campbell Hall
686-3235
Peace Corps
and VISTA
Experience
Guaranteed