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The Tar Heel
Thursday, June 17, 1971
Assemby delays ( Vietnam discussion set
A bill to prohibit state universities
from requiring students to pay for
subscriptions to student publications will
be considered by the state Senate next
The bill, introduced by Sen. Julian
Allsbrook (D-Halifax) on April 29, was
scheduled for consideration Wednesday.
For the third time, however, the bill was
postponed until a later date.
Trie Committee on Higher Education
reported the bill out unfavorably last
week, but the committee report was
accompanied by a minority report in
support of the bill.
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The incident which motivated Sen.
Allsbrook to draft the bill was a story
which appeared in the April 23 issue of
the DTH. It discussed the activities and
problems of homosexuals in Chapel Hill
and was accompanied by a picture of two
"I had been considering the bill since
about two years ago when some students
came to me and complained about
articles in The Daily Tar Heel," Allsbrook
said. "Finally, when the picture and story
appeared, something had to be done
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We are also double knit headquarters.
Don't miss out on this new miracle fabric in
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The New University Conference (NUC) will present a panel discussion about
U.S. involvement in Vietnam on Tuesday, June 22 at 12:45 p.m. in the Carolina
Panel members will discuss the latest revelations in the New York Times about
U.S. economic interest in Vietnam and why we are still there. A representative of
the N.C. Veterans for Peace will also speak on American war crimes and the racist
attitudes that underly U.S. policy in Asia.
NUC is a national organization with a local chapter at UNC whose members
share a socialist critique of American society and work for socialist change in
America. n the past NUC has supported anti-war and the worker's struggle on
"Affluent Americans may be tired of hearing about the war in Indochina, but
the terror and destruction it brings is a daily fact of life for the Vietnamese,
Cambodians, Laotians and the American soldiers fighting and dying there," said
Larry Kessler, a member of NUC.
Environment report due
by Norman Black
The first environmental research on UNC residential life is nearing completion
and will be submitted in preview form today to Steve Saunders, chairman of the
. Residence College Federation (RCF).
The research was financed by RCF and was conducted by a new campus
organization called SEARCH, under the directorship of Jim Wharton.
There has been recent concern throughout the country concerning college
residential programs," Saunders reported. "This study has already been recognized
as perhaps the most complete research' of its kind to be conducted, and it is
certainly the cheapest. The UNC research cost us a $1000, whereas other
universities have been spending $5000 and more." .
According to Saunders, implementation of the changes recommended by the
study will receive the highest priority in his summer plans.
The RCF will also be working in other areas this summer.
One possible reform involves the liberalization of the physical restrictions in
"I definitely feel that we can work it so people will be able to paint their own
rooms this fall, and put their posters up with something besides plastitak,"
RCF will also be working with the Physical Plant to set up a written policy on
when and how inspectors can enter a student's room.
"In the past, a student's right to privacy has often been violated. It is time we
had a written guarantee of the Physical Plant policy," Saunders said.
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Open For Lunch & Dinner
Organic apple juice,
vegetarian & fish dishes
452 West Franklin St.
(2 doors before Record & Tape Center)
Tar Heel Classifieds
Dutr. by United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
SPECIAL: Introductory flight lesson only
$5.00. Call Tar Heel Aviation for appointment
929-4458 or 929-5753 evenings.
EARN AT HOME addressing envelopes. Rush
stamped addressed envelope. K.O. Mail Service
5713 68th Lane, N. St. Petersburg. Florida
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Zoom Building, North Columbia St. entrance
open til 6.
CAROLINA COPY CENTER: Get printed
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prices. This process highly recommended for
thesis and dissertations by graduate students
Carolina Copy Center, Inc. 335 W. Rosemary or
412 W. Franklin. 967-2585.
NEED HISTORY . READER: Preferably
graduate student or senior. To help blind
student. Write American History paper. Will
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WANTED: 2 BEDROOM HOUSE OR
apartment to manage or sublet for 2nd summer
session by male grad. students.
Recommendations furnished. 942-6357
WATER BED: KINGSIZE. Practically new. $30
firm. Call 967-1986. If no answer keep trying.
WANTED: Girl to model nude or semlnude for
photographer. Can't pay but will give you
prints. Please call 967-6060 after 10 pm.
FOR SALE: KLH model eleven portable stereo
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after 10 p.m.
SUMMER WORK In sales promotion.
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For all of North Carolina west of the above
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STUDENTS of other colleges than UNC-CH.
Interested In earning substantial part-time
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this fall? Contact Skip Lantz, 767-2762
immediately or come by 407 Hlllsboro St. for
FOR SALE: Steindorff Binocular Research
Microscope. Four objectives, one oil immersion.
Paired 10 x W.A. eyepieces. Meehanlcal Stage,
standard and dark field condensers. $325.00.
Call Jerry afternoons, 966 "'o.
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