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2 The Dfilly Tar Heel Monday, September 18, 1978
SMffittlii attorneys say
By JIM HUMMEL
DURHAM Prosecution briefs filed
in U.S. Middle District Court on Friday
state that "deficiencies in procedure"
were the cause of sex discrimination in
the University in the refusal to rehire
Mary Carroll Smith, a former UNC
assistant religion professor.
"Numerous procedural deficiencies are
apparent in this case and were the fault of
both the University and religion
department," the briefs say. Among the
deficiencies listed are evaluation
contradictions and insufficient time for
the department to form an opinion about
Smith's teaching performance.
Smith originally was hired in 1973 and
was denied a contract renewal by the
religion department a year later when she
requested promotion to associate
professor, which brings tenure with it.
Smith filed a lawsuit in 1976 charging
University officials with age, sex and
religious discrimination in their
consideration of her promotion.
Elisabeth Petersen, Smith's attorney,
writes that the department used "hiring
criteria" in their reappointment
evaluation. Petersen also charges officials
with viewing her client "in personal
terms, not professional ones."
Lawyers for the University say that
Smith was, not rehired due to her
performance and the fact that her
knowledge of Sanskrit and India Studies
was -o specialized for the religion
department. Petersen argues that this is
not true because Smith was "given a merit
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raise of $1,000 based on her performance
that year," (1974). .
The prosecution's briefs go on to say
"the only deficiency alledged is based
entirely on subjective evaluation of the
plaintiffs conversation . . . and training
which was not considered a deficiency
Referring specifically to sex
discrimination, the briefs say. "There
were flawed procedures and no
safeguards against discrimination. It (the
reappointment review) totally
disregarded her good teaching record and
evaluations, although it stressed these for
Last month a U.S. Middle District
Court jury in Greensboro said University
Officials did not practice age or religious
discrimination when they denied
reappointment to Smith. Under the
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure,
however, only a judge can determine if
sex discrimination was a factor in Smith's
Judge Eugene Gordon last week
received briefs filed by Eddie Speas and
Betsy Bunting, lawyers for the University.
Having received the plaintiffs statement,
he must now make a decision.
"We still have a chance. "Smith was
quoted as saying." It's very important f or
women to bring this type of case to a
The decision will have no effect on
Smith's teaching status at the University
because she left to take a position at
Vassar College in New York. The
decision, therefore, will only determine
damages in the case.
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telepathy, clairvoyance, survival after
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Nicaraguans claim Venezuelan help
MANAGUA, Nicaragua President Anastasio Somoas government,
claiming near-victory against rebels in the north, said Sunday that Venezuela
had thrown its military support behind the insurgents, sending warplanes to
back a rebel attack in the south.
The Information Ministry statement said Venezuelan planes based in Costa
Rica had provided support' for a rebel attack on the key Nicaraguan post of
Penas Blancas, on the Costa Rican border.
Costa Rica quickly denied the Nicaraguan claim. There was no immediate
comment from Venezuela. .. .
National guard headquarters in Managua, meanwhile, said its forces
completely had retaken the northern city of Leon, the country's second largest.
At least llaQOOMie in Iran quake
TEHRAN. Iran A devastating earthquake that struck a farming region of
northeast Iran Saturday killed more than II, 000 persons and destroyed entire
cities and villages, the official Pars news agency reported Sunday.
- The quake, which U.S. seismologists measured at 7.7 on the Richter scale,
was the most powerful in recent Iranian history, officials at the Tehran
Geophysics Institute said. U.S. scientists said it was also the strongest in the
world so far this vear.
The news agency said only 2.000 of the 1 2.000 residents of the city of I abas
survived, and most of these were seriously injured. Tubas and its surrounding
villages were at the epicenter of the quake. 400 miles southeast of Tehran.-.
The agency said 40 nearby villages were demolished and 60 others badly
The quake, which was felt in two-thirds of the country and caused buildings
to shake, hit at 3:3X a.m. EDI Saturday.
Kaplan Hodges9 fund-raisers legal
CHARLOTTE Broadcast executive Stan Kaplan says his fund-raising
activities for unsuccessful Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Luther Hodges Jr.
were all legal. '
There have been published reports that Kaplan, an owner ol Sis Radio Inc. of
Charlotte, is one of the targets of an FBI investigation involving the possible
submission of false statements to obtain one or more loans and other alleged
violations of election lawsJ
Kaplan obtained loans of S65.000 and S20.000 from the Bank of North
Carolina for the campaign of Hodges, former chairperson of the board ot
North Carolina National Bank. Hodges lost to state Insurance Commissioner
John Ingram in a Democratic primary runoff for the U.S. Senate nomination.
Asked if he ever received a loan and gave the money to friends to contribute
to the Hodges campaign. Kaplan said. "I did no such thing."
Federal court jury convicts Hawke
RALEIGH -A federal court jury Sunday convicted Jack Hawke Jr. and
Herbert L. Caudle of two charges each stemming from their part in obtaining a
federal loan for a firm headed by Caudle.
Hawke, a prominent North Carolina Republican, and Caudle were found
guilty of w illfully making a false statement to the U.S. Economic Development
Administration about a feasibility study that was instrumental in the EDA's
approval of a $650.00 loan to Brevard Wood Products, Inc. of Brevard County.
Fla. Caudel is president of the comapny.
Hawke was convicted of conflict of interest charge involving his ordering
consultant Albert D. Levy of Maryland to turn over certain information to
Caudle. Caudle was found guilty of giving federal officials incomplete financial
information in obtaining the loan.
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trade surpluses of countries like Japan and .West Germany.
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today in 100 Hamilton Hall, will examine
how and why solar energy is important
Keynote speaker for the event will be
Wilson Clark, assistant to California
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and author of Energy for Survival.
Clark, founder of the National Energy
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Dr. Benjamin Spock. pro-energy
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author of Baby and Child Care: Dr.
James Bresse. director of the N.C. Energy
Institute: Hugh Wells, executive director,
of the N.C. Utilities Commission: and
Leon Neal. chairperson of the N.C. Solar
Association. David Orr. UNC professor
of political science, will moderate.
"Hopefully, we will be able to inform
people of how feasible solar energy is now
and not just for the future. said Terri
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putting an alcoholic container to their
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The crackdown also includes stricter
enforcement of littering laws. If police see
a person put refuse anywhere but in a
trashcan or dumpster. that person
probably will be arrested.
"We have no quotas to fill on Fiday
and Saturday nights, but we will arrest
anyone that we see drinking alcohol in
public or littering ." Edmonds said.
Edmonds said he thinks the crackdown
"We are seeing less public consumption
than we expected, especially around the
fraternity houses." he said. "If people are
aware that we will arrest them for public
consumption, ihev are less likely to do
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