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WASHINGTON (AP)A former
official of the Department of Health,
Education and Welfare Monday
described months of growing conflict
between his efftee and officials of the
University of North Carolina over
desegregation of the 15-campus UNC
David Tatel, who became director of
HEW's Office fcr Civil Rights in 1977,
testified during an administrative bw
hearing that one of his early meetings
with UNC officials over the
desegregation issue was "quite
Cut by early 1973, he said, the
atmosphere had changed and the tone of .
a meeting between federal officials and
the UNC staff was cool.
He said negotiations continued,
however, and by mid-May the
department had concluded there was a
basis for provisionally accepting UNC's
plans to remove the vestiges of
segregation. But Tatel said he remained
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Two UNC professors are starting a
three-year study of early preventive
techniques designed to help children
adjust better to their parents' divorce.
Dr. Helen Brantley and Dr. Nancy
Warren of the psychiatry department are
looking for 130 families to participate in
"Sixty percent "of the children in
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from single-parent families," Drantley
said. Many of the children faced the
divorce of their parents three or four
years ago, she added. "
The research is important because it is
among the first to consider preventive
techniques, called interventions,
The National Institute of Mental
Health recently recognized the need for
research on divorce and drew a response
of 137 proposed studies.' Seven were
funded, including Drantley and
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skeptical about the possibility of a final
agreement because of numerous
contingencies in the UNC plan.
"I had my doubts ... about whether it
would lead to an acceptable plan," he
said, "but if there was any chance a
provisional plan would work, we should
Tatel said that over subsequent
months, UNC provided several reports
on the contingencies in its plan,
including the crucial issue of program
He said his office evaluated all the
plans and decided the overall proposal
was inadequate. He said the plan had
deficiencies in all the major criteria for
an approved desegregation plan,
including improving the state's five
predominantly black campuses.
In the following months more
meetings were held, including one in
which Tatel's staff showed UNC staff a
draft plan to give an idea of what could
be acceptable to HEW, the former
Warren's study,, which is jointly
sponsored by the UNC School of
Medicine and the Orange-Perscn-Chatham
Mental Health Center.
Project participants are being sought
in two ways. Publicity generated by the,
research has caused some recently
divorced families who want to
participate to approach Drantley and
The researchers also are looking
through divorce court records, gathering
names of people they will ask to
participate in the free program.
The stress children face because of a
divorce is often made worse because
parents tell the child about it at the last
minute. To soften the blow, parents
should tell .the child exactly what is
happening, Warren said.
Brantley said some people need
professional help to overcome divorce.
"All people develop coping mechanisms
in their relationships with people," she
said. "And time helps, but it doesn't
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The U.S. .Environmental Protection Agency last week gave conditional
spproval to the draft Environmental Impact Statement on the Orange Water
and Sewer Authority's proposed Cane Creek Reservoir.
In a Sept. 15 letter to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, EPA announced
its ER-2 evaluation of the Corps draft E1S. The ER-2 rating indicates
"significant environmental reservations,' which EPA detailed in a 21-point
Among EPA's recommendations were:' that a wildlife mitigation plan be
developed for University Lake expansion; that water quality be examined
with more emphasis on "public health impacts' accrued from drinking
impure water; and that the industries upstream of Jordan Lake that do not
comply with EPA pollution standards be documented.
Lawyers, document Elan evidence
GREENSBORO (AP) Prosecutors spent much of the day Monday
documenting the custody of evidence presented during almost seven weeks of
testimony in the murder trial of six Ku Klux Klansmen and Nazis charged in
the slayings of five Communist Workers Party members.
The state concluded presentation of its evidence and witnesses on Friday.
District Attorney Michael Schlosser began Monday morning showing the
chain of custody of evidence that was presented earlier. A police laboratory
officer and other law enforcement officials told how the evidence was kept
after being confiscated by investigators.
The defense had been expected to begin presentation of its case on
Monday, but was delayed by the chain
Carter back on campaign trail
SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) President Jimmy Cater, lashing out at
Republicans for wanting to "turn the oil companies loose," declared
Monday his aim is "nothing less than changing the way America produces,
uses and even thinks about energy."
Beginning a two-day, cross country campaign swing through four states he
lost in 1976, Carter also drew a rousing cheer from 150 local party officials
and candidates when he asked, "How many of you believe the Democrats are
going to whip the Republicans in Illinios?
: "All over the country I think that is going to be true," he declared after his
audience's enthusiastic response.
Carter then flew to Los Angeles for a town meeting, a speech to the AFL
CIO state convention and a joint fund-raising appearance with Sen. Edward
M. Kennedy, D-Mass., his rival during the primary election campaign.
We have four registers open now and
that's really the maximum number we can
operate," Vann said. "You' can only move
two lines so fast."
Freshmen Jerry Salak, a student on the
board plan (14 meals per week), said he did
not fed he had been well enough informed '
about the items available to him as a meal
Several also complained about the attitude
of ARA employees. "Do we have to put up;
with another year of unpleasant, sour
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"The service is definitely one of the worst
problems in the ARA system," Salak said. "I
would describe the majority of the employees
that come in direct contact with the public as
rude, unfriendly and unhappy people."
Graduate student P.L. Nash had backhand
praise for ARA: "The food is somewhat
bland and the portions a bit meager; however
the Pine Room smells much better than a year
ago, and cockroaches no longer scamper over
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DAMASCUS, Ark. (AP) As two
helicopters hovered overhead, a nucbax
warhead inside two canisters libeled
"Do Not Drop" was apparently loaded
onto a flatbed truck and removed from a
Monday to Little Rock Air Force Ease.
The Air Force, however, refused to
Eckr.QwIedsJ that a nuclear warhead had
been involved in the fuel explosion at the
silo Friday. '
Two large canisters one blue, the
other silver and green, and each labeled
"Do Not Drop" were anchored by
chains to the bed of a flatbed tractor
trailer in the convoy of eight military
vehicles. Two helicopters accompanied
State police and local law enforcement
officers also followed the convoy on the.
90-minute trip south on U.S. 65 and
Interstate 40 to the base near
Jacksonville, about 12 miles northeast cf
in their home county," she said. "In the
national election, a single vote docs not
have much value, but in a local election
of several hundred or thousand, a vote
has great value. Students are lured by
the glamor of the upcoming election, but
they should really care about hometown
politics and vote by absentee ballot."
Many students cannot get home in
time to register in their home county and
at least want to vote in the national
election. "I'm from out-of-state and Tin
not going home until fall break," UNC
sophomore Kim Williams said. "If I was
already registered at home, I would vote
by absentee ballot, but I'm not."
Many students were at the registration
table to change their address. Registrars
said that if a student had moved to a
different dormitory, he might be iri a
new precinct. UNC dorms are located in
five different precincts. Registrars stress
that, if a student registered last spring
has since moved to a different dorm or
to an apartment, he will possibly not be
able to vote depending on whether he
"We arc busier now than last spring,
but that doesn't say . much because
people were changing their party
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It has been a long-standing Air Force
policy to neither confirm nor deny the
existence of nuclear warheads at the
silos. The Air Force also refused to
. confirm numerous reports that the
warhead was blown hundreds of feet
from the launch hole when the silo blew
up abcut 3 a.m. Friday.
However, a few hours after the
convoy get to the base, the Air Force
said that reporters would be allowed
within several hundred feet of the crater
that was blown into the. silo when it
The blast, which killed a sergeant and
injured 21 ether men, occurred about
8Vi heurs after a wrench socket was
dropped by a workman in the silo and
hit the rocket's first stage, starting a fuel
Despite Air Force secrecy, a colonel
directing the convoy smiled and gave a
thumbs-up sign to a reporter who asked,
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affiliation last spring in order to vote in
the primaries,? Griffin said. "Party
affiliation does . not matter Li this
election, but a lot of people are
registering as unaffiliated or
Independents for Anderson. To my
knowledge this is the . first time , that
people could register for an
Independent by his name,"" Griffin said.
Monday, within two hours of closing
time, 175 Orange County residents had
registered. "They'll all wait until the last
day at 5 o'clock to register, and then
we'll be swamped," Griffin said.
Registration will be held Monday,
Sept. 29, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Woollen
Gym. Students are reminded that
identification, either driver's license or
student identification card, is required
to register. Oct. 6 is the last day to
register and until then, registration will
. be held in Carrboro Town Hall and in
the Municipal Building in Chapel Hill.
For tils rGcord
Because of a switch in jersey numbers
UNC soccer player Tony Johnson was
incorrectly identified as John Richards
in a photograph on page 1 of The Daily
Tcrlkel Monday. The DTH regrets the
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