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student fees, lobbying
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Student fees have been made into an issue in the election by
parties campaigning about them, according to Rosvold. He said he
was "familiar with it in only a gross way.
"I do know that students have very little control over where
student fees are allocated," Rosvold said.
The independent encountered difficulties early in his campaign
when the electoral commission rejected one of his campaign
posters on the basis that it was "in poor taste." He said the
commission reversed its decision later because no codified rules
about campaign posters had been established.
"I used a few marketing tactics to become a little better
known," Rosvold said. "I'd say the posters were striking, not
obscene or in poor taste. If a person can't see the humor in them,
he's led a pretty sheltered life."
The poster in question depicted a man and woman in bed with
the phrase "Big Red can get the job done" above the sketch.
Another independent candidate for ASUN president, Vince
Powers, said ASUN needs to establish control of the Fees
Allocation Board (FAB) in order to be an effective student
He said students should withhold fees as an indication to the NU
Board of Regents of the seriousness of student demands for self
"ASUN is not a student government but is Chancellor James
Zumberge's government because he controls the student senate
budget," Powers said.
"We are men and woman as well as students," he said. "The
Chancellor is not our father. Students should fight for their rights
with their only weapon-money."
Powers said Zumberge is a director of the First National Bank
who moonlights as UNL's chancellor and that at the last Regent's
meeting, Zumberge said he does not believe students are capable of
deciding what is in their best interests.
Powers said he is not running by party because he said it is an
easy way to be elected. Powers said the United Student Effort
Party (USE) is a party of experienced people who have sold
students right down the river to do the chancellor's dirty work by
censoring free speech with the ASUN stamp.
He said he hopes the Sons of Liberty Party (SOL) realizes by
next year that there are women and renames the party the Sons
and Daughters of Liberty.
"I believe if we had student control of student fees," Powers
said, "I would urge every possible means of establishing a student
lounge or bar on campus. I would lobby the Regents, the
Legislature, and resort to civil disobedience, if necessary," he said.
The Humans for Student Powers Committee, headed by R.J.
Neary and Ed Pfeiffer, is backing Powers.
Following is a list of Independent senatorial candidates by
Agriculture: Elyse Fleck, Craig Kollars, George Rubagumya.
Arts and Sciences: John Twobirds Arbuckle, David Clark, Ed Silver,
Shelley Peterson, Ray Walden, Mcganahan Skjellyfetti, Cary Peterson, Brian
Thompson, Mike Cigelman, Deb Larkin, Sara Barchus, Mark Young, Rich
Tillson, John Murphy, David Uhl, John Fleck, Hemp, Claudia Turner.
Teachers: R.C. Johnson, Ron Hutchinson, Aardverk Sehnarfnik, Kay
Logan, Gary Bell, Donald Thompson, Jr.
Home Economics; Sam Ridge.
Engineering: Martin Wismer, Mehrdad Emam, G.L. Papenhagen,
Graduate: Dennis Lee Haynes, Karl Knight.
Professional: Jay Hall, T. "Hunter" Mullen.
Architecture: Mark Pickerell.
The following is a list of independent advisory board candidates
Agriculture: John Holstein, Mark Buell, Dave Lamb, Paul E. Hejny, Steve
Garey, Ron Ross, LoweH Graves.
Arts and Sciences: Herbert Abrams, Jim Williams, Chip Lowe, Dave
Home Economics: Cheryl DeCosta, Mary L. Anderson, Holly Kilham,
Beth Troester, Pam Simonsen, Alice Cadwallader.
Teachers: Patty Lenagh, Sandy Weyer, Debra Watts, Shelley Bauer, Joan
Goding, Larry Scharmann.
Bottle bill supporters
want to can pop tops
The Unicameral's Miscellaneous Subjects Committee Thursday
held a public hearing on LB505, the "bottle bill" introduced by
Lincoln Sen. Steve Fowler.
Fowler said the bill would reduce litter and solid waste, reduce
energy consumption from manufacturing cans, maintain resources
of aluminum and protect local brewers and bottlers.
"Under this bill, an outside brewer such as Olympia could not
come in and sell here unless they manufactured their product
here," he said.
Pop top containers would be eliminated, Fowler said. In
addition, a deposit ranging from 2 to 5 cents would be placed on
all bottles as an economic incentive to reduce litter.
"We have seen that voluntary control does not work," he said.
"People arc not influenced at all."
A similar bottle bill is being successfully used in Oregon, he said.
South Dakota will implement a similar law in June 1976, Fowler
Dorris Marxhausen, a Lincoln woman testifying in favor of the
bill, said the public is tired of the junk and waste resulting from
can and bottle litter.
"We have finally turned the tide of public conscientiousness
against waste," she said.
Reprocessing cans takes energy, she said. Aluminum should be
treated as a precious metal and conserved, Marxhausen said.
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