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2 The Dsily Ter Htel Wednesday, September 24, 1975
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ECOS wtH meet at 7:30 p.m. in Boom 204 of the Union. AH
nw members are wticomed to hear discussion on nuclear
Ma. Paqulta Jurgensen, from tha Chapai Hill Newspaper
will be the gueat at "A Woman's Place.. . from 12 to 2 p.m.
The event la a Mid-Weak Bag-Lunch Reiaxer at the
Presbyterian Student Center on Henderson St. AH are
Student's International Meditation Society prasanta a frea
Introductory lecture on Transcendent) Meditation at 3 end
730 p.m. in Room 217 of tha Union.
The local chapter of the National Organization of Women
will maat at 7:30 tonight at "A Woman's Place." Praabyterian
Student Center, 110 Henderson St AH are welcome.
Tha Carolina Union Special Projects Committee will meet
at I p.m. In the South Gallary Maeting Room of the Union.
Please try to attend.
Tha UNC Sailing Club wilt meet at 7 JO p.m. In tha 5th Floor
Lounge of Greenlaw. Beginner sailing class will ba taught.
The UNC-Outing Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. In Room 207 of
the Union. Trips to the Smokies. Virginia. Rocky Mountain
and Outer Banks will be planned. All those going this week
end should take $5 to the meeting.
Thera wiU be a meeting of the Nativa American Student
Movement at 8 p.m. today In Room 21 S of the Union. Election
of officers will be held.
A small group experience begins at S p.m. at the Battle
House under the leadership of Ms. Eva Clontz, dealing with
tha topic "Human Liberation." The group la open to both men
and women who want to dlscovar mora about roles of men
and woman with regard to sax. work and parents.
Professor Gary A. Rechnltz of Stata University of New York
will lecture on "Bioanalysls with Membrane Electrode
Probes" at 8 p.m. in 207 Venable.
Voter registration will be held today from noon until 8 p.m.
In Woolen Gym. Chapel Hill and Carrboro residents may
register provided they will be residents tor at least 30 days as
of Nov. 4.
The steering committee of the Carolina Gay Association
will meet at 8 p.m. In 213 Manning.
Death penalty: You have the right to decide. The Campue
YM-YWCA la sponsoring a petition to aboliah tha death
penalty. A table will be aat up In the Pit from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
today and Thursday for persons Interested In signing the
petition. In case of rain, It will be set up in the Union.
Dr. Phillip Schiechty of the Educational Sociology
Program will discuss "The Psychological Bias of Educational
MS laa HMuff" VaWSsT eaxaxaW abatil balaxkiewsl
I Today - Noon to 8 p.m. I
I or Thursday, Municipal Bldg, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 8
I paid for by Gerry Cohen I
Research" In an educational psychology program seminar at
11 a.m. In 208 Peabody. Take a bag lunch it you like.
Thuraday Worship continues at 6 p.m. with Chaplain Joe
Clontz aervfng aa worship leader. The topic "Clues to a
Christian Life Style" will continue to be the focus. Recreation
precede at S p.m.
There wilt be a meeting for all eophomore students
interested In applying to the School of Nursing for 1976 at 7
p.m. Thursday In Room 15 of Carrlngton.
The first class session for the English Conversation Class
tor International Wives will be held from 10-12 a.m. Thursday,
at tha home of Mr. Harrie Chambertln, 1001 Arrowhead
Road (near Glen Lennox). A nursery for pre-school children
will be provided. There is no charge for this class, which
meets weekly and la conducted by volunteers. Any questions
may be directed to Mr. Donald Hayman, 967-3381. or the
Office of Advisors to International Students, 933-5661.
Gospel Singing Bluegrass Festival featuring the Lewis
Family will be held at 8 p.m. Friday In Memorial Hall.
Tickets $3 Adult, $2 Children are available at the door.
Proceed will go thte Carrboro Volunteer Fire Department
IRSS Short Course "DIALOG, Computerized
Bibliographic Searches"; Sept. 24 (Wed.), 2 p.m., 307
Manning; Instructor Sue Dodd.
UNCCC Short Course "Details of JCL for JOB and EXEC
Statements"; Sept. 24 (Wed.), 3 p.m., 224 Phillips; Instructor:
UNCCC Short Course "Introduction to BIBLIO,
Bibliographic Search System"; Sept. 25 (Thurs.), 3:30 p.m.,
224 Phillips; Instructor: Larry Koonts.
IRSS Short Course "SOUPAC, Statistical Programs,"
Session II; Sept. 25 (Thurs.), 2 p.m., 307 Manning; Instructor.
Young Democrats Club will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday in the
Union. The proposed state Young Democrats Platform will
be discussed; along with final plans for the rally and Pig
Pickln', Oct 4th.
The brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity will sponsor a
M.I.N.K. Interest group meeting (Men Interested In Kappa) at
9 p.m. Thursday In Room 209 of the Union. Interested
persons are encouraged to attend this Informational
gathering. Brothers will answer any and all questions
concerning KAP. This opportunity should not be overlooked.
The new Baylt is coming. Jewish students living a
communal life style while exploring their Jewishness.
Interested? Go talk it over Friday after dinner and services at
the Hillel. For more information, call David Lehrer at 933
4685. Items of Interest
A short course for parents, "Parent to Child . . . About Sex,"
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Our Roast Beef Sandwich is lots of lean slices of
tender beef piled high on a bun and served with a de
licious sauce. And when you buy one, we'll give you
a free cup of iced tea to go with it, So say hello to a
great deal on a great sandwich soon.
Available only at 11 in Chapel Hill
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a group experience designed to help parents of pre-school
and school-age children to become more comfortable In
dealing with childhood sexuatlty, will ba held each Thursday
from 730 to 9:30 p.m., atartlng Sept. 25. For Information, call
the Fleming Clinic at 828-6153. Group size limited.
Any women wishing to volunteer In "A Woman's Place ..."
are asked to go by the Presbyterian Student Canter any
Wednesday or call 967-8006 Wednesday from noon on. If no
answer, dial 967-2311. Ask for Marian.
A mid-week Bag Lunch Relaxer is held from noon until 2
p.m. every Wednesday at A Woman's Place. The affair Is open
to all ages ot women In the community and on campus.
The Association of International Students will take a beach
trip to Fort Caswell. N.C., Sept. 26-28. Fee of $1 8 covers food,
lodging and transportation. Sign up and pay at the AIS office
in 205 YMCA from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
A homebuilding class, a step by Step guide for the beginner
from foundation to roof, will be held at 7:30 Wednesday
night at 409 Rosemary and at 7:30 Thursday nights at 2015
Erwin Road, Durham.
Skydiving, anyone? The UNC Parachute Club Is now
holding fall classes during the week, and you can start
jumping the first weekend. For information, call 929-8837
after 5 p.m.
The SHE : deadline for all articles is today. Turn them in to
the AWS office, Suite D of the Union.
Those interested in serving on the Student Legal
Assistance Committee are asked to fill out an application In
Suite C ot the Union today. Interviews will be held Sept. 22
26. GRE (Graduate Record Examination) aptitude and
advanced tests will be given Sat., Oct. 13. Late applications
must be post-marked by Sept. 26th, with $14.50 for late fees.
Students Interested In teaching one of the special interest
classes being sponsored by the Carolina Union are asked to
contact Jay Tannen, Suite A, 933-1157.
The UNC Judo Club holds meetings and workouts every
Monday and Wednesday at 7 p.m. Anyone interested Is
Invited to attend.
The Dental Hygiene Aptitude Test: Nov. 7, Friday $9.
Applications must be received In Chicago by Oct. 3. Students
applying to transfer into the B.S. in Dental Hygiene degree
program need to have this test for admission. The next
testings are Feb. 6 and April 30. Early testing Is encouraged.
Applications may be picked up in the Guidance and Testing
Center, Nash Hall (across from the Inn parking lot) and In 405
Acturial Examinations (parts 1,2 and 3 $10 each part) will
be given Nov. 13 In Durham. Applications must be received in
New York City by Oct. 1. Applications may be picked up In
101 Nash Hall, Guidance and Testing Center.
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from the wires of United Press International
SAN FRANCISCO Patty Hearst told a
chilling story Tuesday of brutalization by
her captors until she was driven near insanity
and the world dissolved into "fantastic
shapes and images."
The 21-year-old heiress submitted an
affidavit in federal court saying she was so
terrorized by threats and torture that she was
brainwashed into believing that her parents
had abandoned her and that police would
shoot her down on sight if she tried to run
Defense lawyers asked that Miss Hearst be
released on bail so she could be examined by
doctors chosen by the Hearsts.
U.S. District Judge Oliver J. Carter
refused to free her from jail.
Carter ordered that she be examined
"forthwith" by a court-appointed panel of
three psychiatrists. He said he would not
consider her release until he had their
Defense lawyer Vincent Hallinan said
Patty was still "right on the verge of tipping
one way or another" in terms of sanity. He
asked that she be placed in a setting where
she can free her mind of "fantasy."
Judge Carter refused. He said persons
considered a "flight risk" must be kept in
"Just because a person is mentally
incompetent, you shouldn't allow them to
wander down the street," he said.
Patty did not take the witness stand. Her
lawyers said her mental state was "too
fragile" to undergo the stress of cross
The affidavit said Patty was forced into a
San Francisco bank robbery and "finally
came to the realization that she was
Patty said that a short time before she was
arrested last Thursday she began to
experience lucid intervals of sanity. She said
she decided to return to San Francisco to try
to "find some method of establishing
communications with her parents."
Miss Hearst's parents, publisher
Randolph Hearst and his wife, Catherine,
also submitted affidavits supporting her
"In my -opinion, my daughter is not a flight
risk," Mrs. Hearst said.
Hurricane Eloise hits Alsbama
FORT WALTON BEACH. FLA.
Hurricane Eloise mauled a 60-mile strip of
the North Florida coast Tuesday, then sped
northward through Alabama with violent
winds and flooding rains.
There were no immediate reports of
deaths or serious injuries, but losses were
being tallied in the millions.
Several tornadoes touched down in the
Florida panhandle, and tornado alerts and
flood warnings were out for many areas.
More than 100,000 persons fled inland in
advance of the storm, causing massive traffic
jams on highways heading north.
The storm, which earlier claimed 42 lives
in a sweep across Puerto Rico, the
Dominican Republic and eastern Cuba, hit
the U.S. mainland shortly after dawn
between Fort Walton Beach and Panama
Moore to undergo examination
SAN FRANCISCO Sara Moore, a
divorced mother who asked to be put in
police custody 24 hours before she fired a
pistol at President Ford, was ordered
Tuesday to undergo a 60-day psychiatric
U.S. Magistrate Owen E. Woodruff said
M iss M oore would be transported to the San
Diego Metropolitan Correctional Center
where her mental competence would be
Miss Moore, identified as a former FBI
informant, was seized Monday after she
fired a chrome-plated revolver at Ford as he
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Rape Crisis Center
uft the downtown M. rrancis nuici. rum
was not hurt but the slug ricocheted and
struck a cab driver who suffered a minor
The psychiatric examination was
requested by U.S. Attorney James L.
Browning. Federal Public Defender James
Hewitt, representing Miss Moore, agreed to
the evaluation provided that certain of her
rights were protected.
New Little trial requested
RALEIGH. N.C. The North Carolina
court of appeals Tuesday began considering
a request for a new trial on the breaking and
entering conviction of Joan Little, recently
freed on charges of murdering a white jailer.
The request was made during a brief
hearing before a three-judge panel by James
Keenan of Durham, N.C., whose law firm
engineered the 21 -year-old black woman's
acquittal of the Aug. 27. 1974 icepick killing
of Beaufort County jailer Clarence Alligood.
Also, Keenan said, the Beaufort County
superior court trial judge had erred by
allowing Miss Little's younger brother,
Jerome, also a co-defendant, to testify
against her concerning a series of robberies
at Sawyer's trailer park in Washington, N.C.
on Jan. 15, 1974.
After the hearing. Keenan said he did not
expect a ruling on the request for about two
If the court , upholds her conviction, an
automatic order would be issued to return
the former sheet rock worker from
Washington, N.C. to jail, but her attorneys
would probably seek a delay while they
appeal the case to the state supreme court
and the federal courts.
The Littles were charged with stealing
personal goods and appliances, but in the
middle of the trial, Jerome pleaded guilty to
a charge of receiving stolen goods and then,
in a strange twist, testified against his sister.
Both were found guilty. Jerome received a
five-year suspended sentence, but Miss Little
was sentenced to seven to 10 years despite a
last-minute confession in hopes of getting a
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LOST: 6-month old Mack, whit and brown mutt, wearing
blue collar. Last seen Thurs. night on campus. Answers to
Maggie. It found, call 942-6609.
REGISTER TO VOTE: Today at Woolen Gym, noon to 8 p m.
Chapai Hill or Carrboro residents may register at Woollen.
Elect Gerry Cohen your mayor.
Joanne M. Jackson. I found your class ring at tha Pittsboro
rock quarry. I M return It it you pay for this ad. Call Stuart. 929
8246. Lost! Kappa Alpha Fraternity pin. If found, please call anyone
at 942-1142. Reward offered. Much sentimental value!
Lost 6 keys on leather key ring. II found, please call 933-31 08.
VW GOT THE BLAHS? TUNE-UPS $10 PLUS PARTS.
MUFFLERS. SHOCKS, CLUTCHES, BATTERIES. REBUILT
CARB S. ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED. 967-7414 EVE'S.
Pro-Ufe Pregnancy Counseling. Call BIRTHCHOICE. 7
pjn.-10 p.m. Monday thru Friday. 942-3030.
Taking tha GRE on Oct 1 8? Psychology experiment on study
methods may be useful In helping you prepare. Call 833-6593
tor an appointment
Abortion and birth control Information and referral no fee
Referral up to 24 weeks. General anesthesia. Vasectomy and
tubal ligation aieo available. Free pregnancy test Call PCS,
non-profit (202) 296-7895.
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