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The Daily Tar Heel
Saturday, f.'c ember 6. 1971
For law suit
delays action on funds
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Peggy Delaney tats a Tootsie Pop while he studies under a trre in Polk Place.
Friday was that kind of a day. (Staff photo by Scott Stewart )
C 1 1 A K l O r 1 L - F o u r t e e n young
persons ;.rc tiled an $840,000 suit
charging li e U.S. Secret Service and local
police wit!1 denying them entrance or
evicting them from the Charlotte
Coliseum during President Nixon's tribute
to Billy Gr 'ham O t. 15.
The :. "Uths said they were
disci inn-- tied as?.iir.st because of their
'style i ..ir.-s-, I -ig '! iir and expressions
Twelve thousand persons were in the
Coliseum j where Nixon delivered a speech
praising Graham, a native-born evangelist.
Governor Bob Scott, a Democrat, alio
has complained of brusque treatment at
the hands of secret servicemen during the
presidential visit. The White House has
issued an apology tor the alleged
mishandling of Scot t.
In addition to seekirg SO.000 for
each of the pl.n;i liis, the !'it asks for an
injunction to prevent future class
discrimination and discriminatory law
The suit further asks that a city
ordinance against breach of the peace and
a state law against disorderly conduct be
declared unconstitutional, and that
Mecklenburg County Solicitor Thomas
Moore be restrained from prosecuting five
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of the souths who were arrested.
Charges against th arrested
from trespass. h iryirg to
Coliseum with allegedly forged
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breach of peace by waiving political
banners or making obscene gestures.
Charlotte attorney George S. Daly, a
member of the N.C. Civ,! Liberties Union,
filed the suit Thursday on behalf of the
Defendants named in the suit are
Police Chief J.C. Goodman Jr., officers of
the Department, Secret Service Director
James Rowley. John H. Grimes, special
agent in charge of the Charlotte Office of
the Secret Service, arious other agents,
solicitor Thomas Moore and Clerk of
Court Robert Blackburn.
One hundred and four UNC junior
nursing students will he honored Sunday
afternoon in a ceremony marking the
beginning o! their nursing careers.
Four of the nursing students will not
receive the traditional caps. Instead, they
Will be presented UNC insignias.
Ihese four are the first male students
to enroll in the UNC nursing
curriculum - Bill S mers of Greensboro.
( liarles F'ondow of Burlington, George
Rand of Durham and Steve Gibson of
Mos Jane Griswold. vice president ot
the nursing senior class, will be the
Following Miss G r i" s w o 1 d " s
presentation, the junior students will
receive their caps or insignias from their
senior "'big sisters." After the traditional
lighting of candies, the students will
recite a pledge written by Miss Barbara
Anthony of the senior class.
A tea will be held at the end of the
program in the Faculty Lounge of
The capping ceremony, which is
completely planned and carried out by
the students, is being coordinated by
senior class president Nina Whitaker
Hackney of Carrboro.
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-y Rep. Gerry C;her. to the cr.r.r.
S?55 to the la - firm for legal resar.
aH:ate S6 to certrfy f-;
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"The c-ie ws prepared i.-.J reai to
be filed had the General AM r.:t
taken any acticr.," Cohen ia:i. ' Nov. we
.T.'st consider the anoint cf parrent to
the lawyers r.nce they prepared the case.""
Cohen also said the General
Assembly's action is enly applicable for
the 9"2 electron.
"The case rr.a hae to be tiled :f the
legislature do-e- nt re-enact the
rr.ea?ure." Cohen sard.
"There is a legal, contractual
agreement between Student Government
and the law firm." Cohen sard. "I'm sure
'j. hen v. e psed the cr:g:r.al bill n
expected that the lawyers v. ou
the case for nothing."
Cohen sa.d the S?55 amount the
figre Adam Stem, a m;mber of the law
firm, recommended as ccmpeniation tor
the work prepanng the case.
Rep. Robert Grady, chairman of the
Finance Committee, spoke against the
bill, saying he did not thunk Cchen's
amendment had come to the floor in a
"In addition the or.prul bill specified
that a student referendum be held to
determine if the students wanted to
become a plaintiff in the suit." Grady
said. "That referendum was not held."
Rep. Jerry Harder asked if the state
attorney -general's ruling, stating that SG
could not be party to a lawsuit unless
represented by the attorney-general's
office, invalidated SL's actions.
"The case ui$ never filed m court.
ierefore, we hae not
violated the attorney-general's ruling."
A Finance Committee m?-?t;-g -been
tentatively set i ' " r
Tuesday to consider the bill.
In other action. SL rp
presidential appointments for
Dabney. Glenn Helms. Rand;. H.l'.j-.i
Rick Molen to the Election Board I-;.
Putman wis approved as a member
SL also pavsed a resolution .rr
oi the rropc-5d Residence i
Federation (RCF) pa.nt p ..o.
would allow students to pai-t the.
The lepslators also pasvod
amend typographical errors m the o.
budget, to create a contributions :
for the Human Sexuality Comm.:::.
to authorize payment of an ou:ti
telephone bill for the : .
Attorney -General's office from o
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Dean of Student Affairs CO. Cathey shakes hands with
Marilyn Longo, an exchange student from Toronto, while
Chancellor J. Carlyle Sitterson looks on. The Trimt
Exchange students will be here for the next few days.
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