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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, February 15, 1958, Page 1, Image 1

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tfT.C. Library Cor 1-1- D3pt Box 870 "XTnTTt Hllli II. C. W t A T H E R Conlinut d cold with possibility f rxw flurries. Cold and fair Sunday. BILL An outline of the bill provid ing for a united Honor Council. See page 2. ELiq VOL. LXV NO. 93 Offices in Graham Memorial CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1958 FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE UNO Stores Is Topic For SP Talk news m i The Shirk-lit Party wil hold its regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Monday niuht in Roland Parker 1 and 2. Ttu topic tinder discussion for this weeks meeting will be "The Campus Stoics" and will bo pre sented by H R. H it chic, general manager ol the University Book Store Many students have recently ex pressed an interest in where the profits from the University Stores eo. in attempting to provide and answer lor this timely question, the Student Pa: y is presenting this nicetinu. Interest was recently stirred up with a story by Daily Tar Heel P.ditor Doug Fiscle concerning the charging of a 3 percent tax on the ale of Bibles. However, the Stu dent Party had already planned to provide the campus with this pro nam. according to Chairman Pat Adams, f'isele's discovery though, should hoighlcn student interest. According to the reort of the Campus Stores Cnmmi'tee. under the direction of John H:ooks, the University Stores in the year 19.V ,V. showed a net profit of &'3,022.yf. A Legislature seat in Town Wo men's and the position of Soargcant a Arm- will be filled at this meet ing Adams issued the following state ment to I lie Daily Iar lleel eon-i rrrning the meeting: "We feel that tie students will be very interested In the campus stores, and this was the reason for Inviting Mr. Ritchie in the meeting. Our main interest J to present the facts to the stu dent" Federation AMMAN, Jordan, Feb. 14 (AD Kings Faisal of Iraq and Hussein of Jordan linked their governments today in a federal union. Their spokesman hailed this swift re sponse to the recently proclaimed Egyptian-Syrian union as a step to ward "total Arab unity," but the immediate effect was to spotlight between two Arab Evans Says Honor Council Unconstitutional? O mm n Bill A question of constitutionality will delay signing of the Honor Council revision bill and may result in an amendment election here. The bill as passed by the Student Legislature and submitted to Student Body President Sonny Evans provides for a change in the structure and mechanics of the UNC judiciary system. Evans said Friday a constitutional amendment will be necessary to Baghdad pact in doubt. It is the I enactment of the judiciary setup provisions since the constitution now only Arab nation in the alliance, a j calls explicity for separate councils for men and women, arget of violent attack by Pan- The bill now before the legislature would change that system en Arab Nationalists ever since it was tirely, replacing it with a system which would include a single Honor the rivalry camps. The merger the spokesmen called it an "Arab federation" left the future of Iraq's participa tion in the American - supported formed in 1955. Tunisia TUNIS. Feb. 14 (AD Tunisia clamped a police blockade on three French consulates today but other wise applied calming measures to prevent a dangerous explosion. A government spokesman dis closed that food supplies were be ing allowed to get through to the 15.000 French soldiers barricaded in their bases. This seemed to ease j the greatest immediate danger of clashes. Council to try both men and women. The bill provides for a committee composed of Speaker Don Fur tado. Attorney General Sonny Hallford. and floor leaders Al Goldsmith and Pat Adams to write the amendments, and submit them to the stu : -dent body for ratification. At the legislative session Thurs day a discussion on this point and its validity ensued. Representative John Brooks, legislative parliamen tarian, ruled that these proposals be brought before the body before submission to the student hodv. ;. - vC- 7 I .SONNY EVANS ROGER FOUSHEE Nan Schaeffer To Represent UNC At Fete Scales' Trial Attendance Exam Rule. Are Upheld Attendance of students at final examinations will continue to be regulated by provisions adopted by the Faculty Council in 1951. accord ing to the opinion of University dean -5. In their judgment, the action of the Faculty Council Feb. 7 in abolishing the cut system does not supersede the University's regula tions concerning attendance at examinations. (Set- CUTS, page 3) 'Sound & Fury7 Positions Open GREENSBORO. Feb. 14 (AD ! i uui nut sacrs icaiuitu luud) ui Communist Party teachings and of the activities of Junius Irving Scales its leader in the Carolinas. as the second week of the Greens- boro native s re-trial drew to a close. Two of the four witnesses told of Communist Party training Mchoolm held in. St. Louis, Mo.. Los AnRcten, Calif., and Denver, Colo. The other two witnesses Rave tes l timony about Scales. Police Charge Local Worrian With Forgery BILL KINCAID A Chapel Hill woman, Fannie Bell Burnett, has been charged by police with forging a check which was taken from a UNC employe Ethel Louise Parrish. Police say she has admitted forging and cashing a UNC payroll check at Rose's Five-and-Ten-Cent Store on Tuesday, Feb. 4. She told Police, however, that someone had given the check to her. She reportedly used the Par rish woman's tax withholding state ment for identification. Nan Schaeffer, iy."7 Beat Duke Float Parade queen, will represent the University of Noi'n Carolina in the queen's court of the Azalea Festival in Wilmington March 27-30. The Azalea Queen's Court posed of May Queens and repres entatives from leading North Caro lina universities and colleges who act as ladies-in-waiting for Queen Azalea. generally a Hollywood movie star. Miss Schaeffer was selected this week as the UNC representative by the head of Xho UiuaJor wo- i mcn'n orKitntalionH. She was com- pet In R with four oilier eoecls who j had been querns this year. The candidates included the i Homecoming queen. I) u k a t h o n 1 queen. Yack queen. Dorm queen i and Beat Duke Float Parade queen, j The women's organizations whose j heads chose Miss Schaeffer were (the women's Residence Council, j Women's Honor Council. Panhellen I ic Council. Independent Women's 'council and YMCA. Miss Schaeffer. a member of Kap pa Delta sorority, is a senior Eng lish major from Tallahassee, Fla. Last year's representative to the Azalea Festival was Marian Dic kins. a senior here. Evans Questions The constitutionality of this bill was questioned when it was sub mitted by the legislature to the Student Body President. The At torney General recognized the omission of the proper provisions s com- i and said they had been discussed YWCA Executive Posts Open Now For Coeds All jiirls who are interested in to meet the girls now working with holding executive offices or cabinet j the "Y", to show their interest in positions in the YWCA next year j the "Y" and in holding some posi have been invited to two introduc- tion and to ask questions. From Feb. 24 to 28 there will be Bill Asks Change Of Three Councils Student solons were handed a bill Thursday night proposing aboli tion of the Student Council as now constituted and replacement of it by two other courts including a new Men's Council to hear only men's Campus Code violations. The other court would be composed of members of the new Men's Council and the Women's Council and would hear cases of constitu tionality and violations of elections laws. The current Student Council not only has jurisdiction over men's campus code violations, but also hears cases of constitutionality and violations f the elections laws. One woman, appointed by the Student Body President, attends meeting to try the constitutionality of laws and elections law violations. A separate Woman's Honor Council exists to try women violators of the Honor code, women's campus code, and hear the appeals of House Councils. A Men's Honor ; ; Council exists solely for the pur- i I uany iar neei To Get New Delivery Truck Committee and chairmanship posi tions for this year's "Sound and Fury" production are now- being filled. (I. C. Pridiien. producer, and Cecil Hartsoe, director, have an nounced that interviews with pros pective workers will be held Mon day from 2 to 4 p.m. and Tuesday from 4 to 5 p.m. lVrns desiring an interviews should make an appointment as soon as possible at the Graham Memorial Information Office. Positions open are in the tech nical and production fields, includ ing publicity, promotion, costumes, liyhtinij. niie-ie, make-up. sets and tt-o(fiee manager. Director Hartsoe, In making the announcement. commented, "If you're bored with running around with the sarin" wople all of the time, take a chance on Sound and i day in Fury.' Sin up right away." added. Payment Stopped UNC officials, when notified of the loss of the check, stopped pay ment and it was returned to them. Police apprehended Fannie Bell Burnett and found that the signature on the check compared with her handwriting. She told officers she had paid for house rent with the i check. The check was stolen on Satur day, Feb. I. J ' Grand Larceny She has also been charged with grand larceny in the theft of $400 from another UNC employee, Guy Crump. She has continued to deny this charge, but Police Chief W. D. Blake said Crump's pocket book was found in the Burnett home. She has been released under $000 bond. Trial will probably be Tues- Hecorder's Court. Blake NAN SCHAEFFER In Azalea Queen's Court mk-i but that they were overlooked in the heat of the arguments. "The legislature is not at fault this oversight on the part of the executive branch can be corrected simply," said Evans, when asked for comment. "The Bill, passed by the legisla ture, last night will not have to be sino'i inlil ton days from now . and I am hopeful that the consti tutional amendment will be legal ly inserted into the hill next Thursday evening" Kvans added. Tar Heel Truck Harold O'Tuel's (SI) bill to ap propriate S1.4tit).13 for the pur chase of a delivery truck for use by The Daily Tar lleel was parsed. Jerry Oppenheimer's (UP) bill to , reorganize the Campus Orientation i Committee was passed by special orders. The bill places the orientation of all entering students under the charge of one chairman of the ; Campus Orientation Committee. : This legislation does not allow for j a women's orientation chairman i distinct from the campus commit- tee. The orientation committee was I increased by three students. The j presidents of the Dialectic Literarv I Society and the Philanthropic Lit- j erary Society w ill no longer be on the committee. The presidents of the Panhel lenic Council and the Independent Women's Council have been added to the committee. Student Council Bill A bill to change the Student Council was introduced as an amendment to the Honor Council bill, but Student Legislature Speak er Don Furtado ruled this mow out of order. This piece of legislation, along with one to appropriate $375 to get I a copy of the film "In the Name of tory and explanatory, programs. The first ot mese programs will be Monday from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Library Assembly Room. This meeting will explain the different areas of. the "Y" and introduce the cabinet and executive members working with these areas. The second meeting will be at the same place Thursday, Feb. 20 from 4 to 5 p.m. This will also be an orientation program ,nd will explain I ho construction of the "Y". Questions At both of these meetings interest ed Rirls will have an opportunity I t ions. personal interviews with girls inter ested in holding executive offices. These interviews for executive of fices will be conducted by the old executive commitee which consists of the president, vice president, sec retary, treasurer, program chair man and membership chairman. I , Orientation Program ; March 5 there will be an, open orientation program. At this time the slate will be presented, and the floor will be open for more nomina- ! , j pose of trying male violators of ! the Honor Code. ! Those convicted by either the i Student Council, Women's Honor Council, or Men's Honor Council, j j have the right to appeal to the i Student-Faculty Council. j Under the proposed system a single Honor Council would exist to try all violators of the honor t code. A Men's Council would be ; created to try violators of the men's campus code; the Women's i Council will hear only violations of the Women's campus code social rules violations, and appeals of House Council verdicts. Student Council A bill passed by the Student Legislature Thursday night ap propriated $1466.13 to be used to buy The Daily Tar Heel a new delivery truck. . - . World Day Of Prayer ObservanceSet Sunday Throughout the day on Feb. If? students in most parts of the world will join together in prayer for their fellow students and for the spread of the Christian faith. On the UNC campus the Campus Christian Council is sponsoring the obsevance of the World Day of Prayer. An interdenominational committee i has planned the service in which i foreign students will participate. ! Tlie service will be held at 7:15 jp m. in the Chapel Hill Presbyter ian Church. 1 The significance of this day to ; students can best be pointed out by i t ho explanation of two organiza tions: the Student Christian Move ment and the World Student Chris tian Federation. The Student Christian Movement consists of individual groups throughout the world who are inter ested in the spread of Christianity to all students. Knowing the many differences to be overcome they believe this goal can best be achieved by a strong unified movement. This has led them in the organization of this group from all Christian denomina tion. The World Student Christian Fed eration, a union of groups such as this throughout the world, serves as a channel through which this movement can realize its goal. The bill stated that the trucV currently used by the Tar H$el to make deliveries was in ; its sixth year of service and badly ft nped of extensive renairs total in The new Student Council, creat- approximately $250. lt aiSo sUtei ed by Foushee's bill, would consist 1 lhat the present lruck is eonsWer- ot inree women ana xour men ed unsafe by those using it. U elected from both the "Women's! ."I"- and Men's Council; This court 1 . Purchase of a new 1958 sedan would hear-cases TJTtatnlng to the V panel truck Vs specified by the constitutionality of laws and viola tions of the election laws. The Studen't-Faculty Court would still exist to hear appeals from Women's Council, Men's Council, j and the Honor Council. Bill The bill reads as follows: WHEREAS: Recent proposals by the Student Legislature have re vised the jurisdiction of judicial councils over violations of the Hon or Code, and WHEREAS: These changes, if approved, would create patterns of bill- . . - -. . ,. . - , . John Whitaker. business man ager for The Daily Tar Heel, stated that he thought the authori zation of a new truck was a wis ! move. He added that he thought ; it false economy to keep pouring I mnnpv into, an nlrl tnieV that will become obsolete in one or two vears. ' Money from the sale of the old truck is to be ' reverted into the general surplus. Although the bill has been pass- irregularity in the original juris , ed a new truck win not be bought until the bill is signed by Student Body President Sonny Evans. diction of the judicial councils. and WHEREAS: The recent propo sal, if approved, would establish a Women's' Council with the exclu sive jurisdiction of trying viola tions of the Campus Code by wom en, and violations of the social rules, and WHEREAS: There should be a similar council with the exclusive UNC Students Tried In Court High Give A 114 piece high school the fifth annual North Central All State High School Band Clinic here School Musicians Concert Sunday band composed of Directors and schools represented musicians attending ; at the Clinic are Joseph B. Fields, IN THE INFIRMARY Vrupdnm" fr ho spnl on loan to e : ..: :.: un will present a concert Sunday at uncivil umv ci Mut nn.-i . - 4 p.m. in Hill Music Hall. The con- j ciarK. uurnam; neroeri nazeiman, Asheboro; Harold W. Grant, Bur lington; Fred Ricrson. Chapel Hill; Robert C. Clark. Denton; Robert R. Students in the infirmary yes terday included: Hubert Reaves, (lien Mellzer, James Marlowe, Fdward Leigh, Myron Snotherly, Houston Everett, Richard Midcaff, William Evans. Frank Craighill, Frank London, Hurit Craven, Willis Whitehead, Edmund Nash and Thomas White. ferred to the proper committee. Maryland Tickets Any student desiring tickets tor the Carolina-Maryland basketball game to be played here February 22, may do so by taking his pass book to the ticket office at Woollen Gym. The M-Z preference is no longer in effect. I or Heels I o Battle N at re Ity HILL KINO CHICAGO. ILl Frank McC.uire's national basketball champions final ly get a brief respite from the helter-skelter dribble frenzy in the Atlantic Coast Conference tonight lit 10 30 p.m., F.ST when they reach outside the conference for a tilt with a strong Notre Dame team in Chicago Stadium here. Radio station WRAL and WPTF la Raleigh will broadcast the game. I This one has the same pressure ' earmarks which the Tar Heels have been carrying around for the past two seasons but this time the question of prestige Is purely a na tional one. That might seem more important than anything Carolina does in the ACC, but Frank Mc Guire and his group know that they've got to retain that ACC title in order for national prominence (to mean anything. Victory Confused Conference The Tar Heel's victory over Wake Forest in Winston-Salem last night made them 8-3 in the conference and put them in a good position to add a little more confusion to the constantly altering conference standings. Speculation of a regular season winner is now a testy sub ject but the Wake Forest win once again labels the Tar Heels the team to beat. Carolina has a 14-4 overall mark for the season. The McGuiremen have lost but once to an outside team in two years and that was to West Virginia in the finals of the Kentucky Invitational. Battle For Prestige Thus, the fighting Irish of Notre cert is open to the public. Approximately 130 high school musicians and band directors from 17 high schools in this area have been participating in the three-day Clinic. C. D. Kutschinski, Director Emeritus of the State College Band, will conduct the concert, which is the closing event of the meeting. me s Dame have every reason to want to knock off the defending champs, especially in a big basketball center such as Chicago. The Tar Heels will be playing the second game of a doubleheader tonight. The first game features powerful Kentucky against Loyola. Coach John" Jordan of the Irish has one of the finest teams in re cent years at the South Bend, Ind. Greensboro; David L. Carter, High Point; William -Marlowe. Allen Jay lligh Point: Theodore A. Orr. Jamestown: Belford V. Wagner. Lexington; Richard E. Southwick, Raleigh; James F. Moore, Reids ville; Joseph W. Beach. Roxboro; Earle R. Braunhardt, Sanford; Lee Rogers, Smithfield and Chester J. Litwin, Thomasville. The following UNC students were tried in the Chapel Hill jurisdiction of trying violations of , Recorder's Court this week: the Campus Code by male stu ! Ronald Nelson Lambe, Greens dents, and i boro: parking at fire hydrant, WHEREAS: It is to be desired costs, that there be a uniform pattern of Leonard Shaw, St. Petersburg, jurisdiction for the councils in the i Fla; parking' on sidewalk, costs, student judiciary, Ernest Brewer, Faison; parking Now, therefore be it enacted by ' on sidewalk, costs. ' the Student Legislature1 of the Uni-; Allen W. .Post, Atlanta, G.; versity of North Carolina that: : speeding. S5 and costs. Article I: A new council be ; Samuel G. Baroody, Timmons formed to have original jurisdic- j ville. S. C; speeding, $10 and tion exclusively over violations of ; costs. the Campus Code by male stu- ; Charles Hambright, Fayettevil dents. This council shall be en le; parking at fire hydrant, costs. titled, "Men's Council" and its composition shall be determined by the Student Legislature. Article II: The original jurisdic tion 'of the currently existing "Stu dent Council" be limited to origi nal jurisdiction in all cases involv ing the constitutionality of any legislative or executive action and statutory and constitutional inter pretation, and shall have appellate jurisdiction, as authorized by the (See BILL, page 3) Walter -M. Brown, Burlington; driving on sidewalk, nol pros. Thomas L. Stegall, Oxford; traf fic light violation, costs. GM SLATE The following activity is sche duled for today at Graham Mem orial: IDC dance, 7-11 p.m.. Readert- ous room. Do Irish Tonigh ! school. Notre Dame had a 20-8 mark j last season and could do as well if not better this year, j Hawkins Irish Threat Big man for Notre Dame is for ward and co-captain Tom Hawkins, a Winston-Salem native who hit 33 points in a game against Butler Wednesday night. Otherwise, the Irish will probably go with co-cap- tain John McCarthy at the other forward. Bob Devine and Gene Duffy at guards and big Ed Glea son at center. Hawkins is the man the Tar Heels will have to watch. He's one of the top scorers in the j country and grabs more than his ; share of rebounds. Hawkins hit 576 j points last season. i Notre ' Dame 17th The Irish, an Independent repres entative, were ranked as the 17th ; best team in the country in the latest Associated Press poM, the Tar Heels were rated number 11. McGuire will go with his usual ' starting lineup, consisting of three sophomores and two seniors. Lee Shaffer, Dick Kepley and Harvey Salz are the sophomores and All American candidates Pete Biennan ;and Tommy Kearns are the sttalor

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