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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 13, 1966, Page 13, Image 13

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1966 Trustees' Speaker Rules 'Continued from Page 1) mlheJTl0r 3 reqUGSt for reservation of a a) Name of tg the Mwing information: Xr organization s)eakerBl08raPhiCal information abo the proposed i c) Request for a date and place of meeting. 70n eiPt of the afeove information,, the Chancellor shall refer the proposed invitation to a joint student-faculty standing committee on visiting speakers for advice. He may consult such others as he deems advisable. ; 4. The Chancellor shall then determine whether or not the invitation is approved. Once a speaker affected by G.S. 116-199 and 200 has been invited and his acceptance received, his appear ance on the campus shall be governed by these reg ulations: 1. AH statutes of the State relating to speakers and use of facilities for speaking purposes are to be obeyed. 2. Student attendance at campuswide occasions is not compulsory. on the campus doesreXt disapprove of the speakers or what is said by them. 4. As a further precaution and to assure free and open discussion as essential to the safeguarding of free institutions, each Chancellor, when confer it appropriate, will require any or all of the follow- inga) That a meeting be chaired by an officer of the University or a ranking member of the faculty; - - b) That speakers at the meeting be subject to questions from the audience: f c) That the opportunity be provided at the meet ing or Ser to present speakers of different points of The Chancellor shall keep the President informed of the application of these regulations covering the mvUation to and the appearance of visiting speakers affected by G.S. 116-199 and 200. NO HERN? ' Three scruples equal one dram in apothecaries' weight. Speaker Ban History (Continued from Paee 4 ary who has since testified before congression al committees on the nature of communism. Leonard Patterson, another witness, is a speaker for the John Birch Society and a former American Communist. He is the autho or of "The Revolution Begins." Dr. and Mrs. Harry A. Overstreet, who will also offer depostions, are noted anti communists. Overstreet, who is 91 years old, is the author of many anti-communist books. GRAHAM'S THOUGHTS In a commencement speech here last June, former Consolidated University President and U. S. Senator Dr. Frank Porter Graham told graduating seniors, "The student leaders, in stead of resorting to sit-ins, resorted to sit tings of the highest court, in accordance with due process of law and their faith in the courts. "In a situation in which leaders on both sides are believers in and are committed to the American Bill of Rights," Graham said, "the need now is not for taking hostile sides but rather the need is for clarification by the highest courts of the relevancy of the princi ples of the Bill of Rights, to whose side all sides may rally on a reconciling common ground." riealth Workers Needed Badly WASHINGTON (UPD-The nation must attract 10.000 re cruits a month to the field of health services over the next 10 years, the U. S. Depart ment of Labor reports. The critical need for health service workers is underscor ed in "Training Health Serv ice Workers." a report re leased bv Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz and John W. Gardner. Secretary of the Department of Health, Edu cation and Welfare. Use the Classifieds CLARENCE'S Bar & Grill Welcomes You to Chapel Hill BEER wide 401 E. FRANKLIN Opposite Corner from Vus Station. 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