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Friday. September 17,1971
Defendant talks to press
N.C. may prosecute towing case
The Daily Tar Heel
by Bill Lovin
The state may not "nol pros" (no
prosecution) a conviction appeal
involving the illegal towing of a car
because of comments made by one of the
Robert Oakes, manager of Cedar Court
Apartments, and Bill Burch, owner of
Burch's Auto Servicenter, were found
guilty of "unlawful taking of a motor
vehicle without intent to steal" in
Hillsborough District Court Aug. 31 .
Burch, under Oakes' direction, towed
Representative of graduate student
departments should bring their proposed
budgets to Donnie Dale in Suite C. Student
Union, to receive allocations from this year's
Student Government appropriations. Budgets
should be based on $3.50 per full time graduate
student per department. Money will be
available to the departments about seven days
after the budgets are received.
21st Annual Gala Extravaganza Birthday
Parade for Sally and Bam Taylor, campus twins
from Asheville. Meet at Morehead Planetarium
sundial at 5 p.m. Friday. Bring everything.
Reception to be held following caravan parade.
Bridge lessons for beginners will start on
September 29, 7:30 - 9 p.m. and will continue
for the next seven Wednesdays in room
207-209 at the Union. A certified Goren
instructor will conduct the 8-week program,
which will cost $2.00 for the entire series.
Apply at Union Information Desk.
Friday's Free Flick is the classic Friday's
Free Flick is the classic "All Quiet on the
Western Front." Showings are at 4. 6:30 and 9
p.m. in the Great Hall.
USE DTH CLASSIFIEDS
from 10 AM until midnight
ALL RALPH'S SPECIALS ARE $.10
LESS THAN "THEIR" ADVERTISED PRICE
AT OUR STORE -
ALL TURNABOUT CLASSICS LIST $2.98 ONLY $1.97
2 car belonging to Rick G:tbs, UNC
graduate of Chapel Hill, from the
driveway of Cedar Court Aug. 1.
Gibbs made a complaint to the Chapel
Hill magistrate. lie appeared as a
prosecution witness at the trial.
Oakes and Burch gave notice of appeal
after their conviction but no trial date
Oakes and Burch gave notice of
appeal after their conviction but no trial
date was set. Asst. District Solicitor
William Graham, who prosecuted the
case, told Gibbs the state "probably
would not prosecute an appeal."
The case could be prosecuted by
Campus activities calendar
Saturday's Free Flick is Truman Capote's
"Trilogy" three moving stories in one film.
Shows are at 4. 6:30 and 9 p.m. in the Great
Sunday's Free Flick is the Czech film,
"Ecstacy," starring Hedy Lamarr. Shows are at
6:30 and 9 p.m. in the Great Hall.
There will be a meeting of the UNC Young
Democrats Club Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the
Carolina Union. The meeting date was changed
in order to accomodate the Jewish New Year
There will be a meeting of the UNC Young
Democrats executive board on Tuesday at 5
p.m. in the Carolina Union. All members are
asked to attend.
The B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation will hold
an open house Monday immediately following
Rosh Hashanan services from 2 5 p.m. All are
cordially invited to attend at 210 W. Cameron
Students International Meditation Society
will present an introductory and preparatory
lecture on transcendental meditation tonight at
8 p.m. in Gerrard Hall.
Are you interested in being on the Women's
Honor Court? Do you live outside Chapel Hill
or Carrboro city limits, or in Alderman, Kenan,
Mclver or Cobb Dormitory? If so, come by the
Honor Court office in Suite B of the Student
Union between 1 and 3 p.m. today.
There is still room available for persons
wishing to attend the Kundalini Yoga classes
that meet from 6:15 8:15 on Monday and
WE'RE STILL RUNNING OUR
OWNER ORDERER SALE FROM
YESTERDAY'S TAR HEEL
456 W. Franklin St.
Classics and ARCHIV Classics regular
6.98 only thru Monday
private counsel J the state decided to
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Oakes, also foreman cf the Orar.ge
Cour.ty Grand Jury, said ir. a Daily Tar
Heel interview Sept. 7 that "he had a
conference" with the district solicitor and
a district judge to determine the legality
of his Grand Jury service during the
Oakes said he was to'd during the
meeting that "the whole thing would
blow over" and the case would be a "nol
Gibbs reported Thursday he was
prepared to hire a private prosecutor if
the state failed to prosecute. "But," he
Wednesday nig-.ts. Sign up at the Unioi
information Desk as soon as coss.bie. $5.00 for
the seven-week course.
The Carolina Symposium, rmd of the
South - The Southern Soul," will have an
organizational meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the
Carolina Union. If you are interested in
Southern art, business, crafts, city planning,
history, journalism, literature, music, religion or
would like to learn more about the Carolina
Symposium, please attend. If you are unable to
attend, call 933-1013 or drop by room 268A in
the Union any afternoon.
The Assistant Dean of Student Affairs,
James O. Cansler, will be the guest speaker at
the Baptist Student Union (Battle House)
Saturday night at 6 p.m. Supper will be served
for one dollar. Immediately following the meal.
Dean Cansler will talk with all interested
Professor Kenneth N. Raymond of the
University of California at Berkeley will speak
at a colloqium in the department of chemistry
Monday at 4 p.m. in 297 Venaoie nan. i ne
topic will be "The Structural Chemistry o
Organometallic Sandwich Compunds of Series
Transition Metals." Coffee will be served in the
lower lobby at 3:30 p.m.
There will be a rehearsal of a soul-rock band
being formed by the BSM in Gerrard Hall
tomorrow at 10 a.m. If interested, please
contact Eli Brown at 948 James or Mike Moser
at 449 James.
BIKERS: Those people under 21 years of
age who plan to ride on the Chapel Hill Bicycle
sa:a, ir.c sia.e mav no- r:iv-:
because of the statements Oakes made to
Gibbs said he was told by a source
involved m the case that the "jdre and
solicitor felt their positions ere
compromised by Oakes statements." And
the state may be forced to prosecute.
Earlier Gibbs had talked with Chape!
Hill attorney Lawrence James, uho
agreed to prosecute the appeal if the state
took a "nol pros."
"I don't know at this point." said
Gibbs. "But I've put so much into this
that I don't want to see it drop;
something has to come of it."
Club's Century Ride on September 26 VUST
have a waiver signed by parent or guardian.
Forms may be picked up at te Student Union
information Desk for the 100-mile ride which
will leave at 7:30 a.m. from the Old Weil. A
50-mile training ride will begin at 9 a.m. this
Sunday from the Old well. For mcxe
information, call 929-2243.
Anyone interested in formirvg a horseridmg
club please ring Christine Lund at 929-3988.
We will cater to all types of riding if there is
All students taking the I w School
Admission Test on Saturday, Octcir 16. must
register with the testing service by September
24. Pick up forms in 019 Peabody.
All students taking the Medical College
Admission Test on Saturday, October 16, must
register with the testing service by September
29. Pick up forms in 019 Peabody.
FOUND: A ring in the first handball court
of Woolen Gym bearing the date 1971 and the
initials N.M.S. Owner can pick up the ring at
LOST: A yellow-gold diamond engagement
ring, near Brady's, May 28, 1971. Very
important to owner, so if found, call Susan
Smith at 489-2091, Apt. l-ll, Broadmoor
Apartments, DurhReward offered.
The UNC Football Club will host Evans
College of Concord tonight at 8 p.m. on
Ehringhaus Field. Bring a blanket and your
favorite-cold beverage. Admission is free.
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book browsing (Staff photo by Leslie Todd)
dismissal from UNC
Students who hive not paiJ tu;ti n
fees this semester should do so
immediately to avoid being dropped from
school, says Marvin Woixlard, l'r.iersity
cashier. So far. no student has been
dropped from school for failure to pay
tuition and fee charges, Woodard added.
Woodard explained a letter would be
sent to students who had not paid the:r
tuition by Wednesday, warning of the
consequences for failure to pay.
On a specific date-September 23, this
year-Woodard will send a list of students
who have not paid tuition fees to the
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of tlie banking businesN "'
But this delinquent payment dea'h.'
could be postponed W.i.vlard vnd.
Change in tuit!m diarges .md !
earlier opening school date has caused
backlog of work in the ea du.er's offu
WooJard said he has requested more ti
to complete the bookkeeping m tu :
and fees for this semester.
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not et replied to WooJard's request :
postpc moment of the date n wh-.
delinquent accounts must be turned in
An extension poluy gimg mdoni .
students more time to pa tuition f.
been discontinued Woodard said
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