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2Tha Dslly Tcr He s!A7;dnesday. April 1. .1981
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ATLAfiTA A 13-ycn-TCld black youth
who police had "labeled a runaway was
identified Tuesday as the 21st victim in
Atlanta's strir.j cf child deaths. Two other
youngsters have teen reported missing.
Dr. John Feeel, associate Fulton
County medical examiner, said Timothy
lfr.ti'?p;re'nUy died. pf .asphyxiation at.
leastfa week before ,hc 'was. found, ia the
Ch;kuahbbchee ' River '(' on , Monday. He
disappeared March 13. .
. ., . - -
, 4 ''It's, one more cf the same .black
nia'.e, teen-ace, no marks, no mutila
tion Fcec:l said. -
"My working presumption is that he
was probably asphyxiated in some way
and put in the river," Feeel tcid a news
conference. "My present feciinj is that
he was not alive when he went in the
water, but I'd be willing to be unshaken
in that belief if we had some evidence."
Hill had been considered a runaway
by Atlanta police, who turned his cszz
over to their missing persons bureau
rather than the special task force investi
gating the deaths and disappearances cf
22 other black children since July 1979.
Off d they had received reports
that Hill hzi been ssen recently.
Atlanta Public Safety Commissioner
Lee P. Crown declined comment on the
.case Tuesday afternoon.
Feeel said Hill had been dead "at
least a week," although he could not fix
the exact time cf death. He said it was
possible the youth had been dead since
the day he disappeared.
Hill's body was found Monday after
noon in the Chattahoochee River in
southwest Fulton County, in the same
general area where seven other dead
children were found.
Ey LYNN VOHTiI
.' " Staff Writer
The distribution of aid to underdeveloped countries Is a po
litical weapon to reward cur friends and punish our enemies,
.said Washington lobbyist Barbara Howell Thursday to a group
of students and townspeople in Howell Hall.
' Howell is the bsues analyst for Bread for the World, a New
York-based Christian group organized to help eliminate hunger
in the United States and abroad. Her speech, "Food: Humani
ty's Need, America's Interest," was part of Great Decisions, a
national annual eight week program sponsored locally by several
' campus and community groups.
V She said the United States ranked only 15th of the top 17 in
dustralizcd countries in the amount of aid given annually.
."The proposed budget promises to erode that even further,"
she said.. - ...
The United States has a moral obligation to respond to the
problem of hunger, Howell said. Alleviating hunger and poverty
might be crucial for national and global security since they are
a source of social and political unrest.
She said the United States also had an economic interest in
giving aid because of our dependency on raw materials in de
veloping countries and their value as a rapidly growing export
She criticized the current administration in Washington for
refusing to face the hunger problem. She said the United States
politicized its humanitarian goals, blamed the poor for their
own condition and was shifting attention away from human
Government officials such as Secretary of State Alexander
Secretary of Agriculture John Clock and N.C. Senator
Jesse Helms support policies that would make developing
countries more dependent on the United States for food Instead
of helping them become more self-sufficient, she said.
Howell also attended the Campus Y Hunger Action Com
mittee's CROP lunch Friday, where she answered questions
and talked about the Break for the World group. The lunch is
a weekly meal of combread and beans, prepared by the Pine
Room, which rakes money for CROP, aa international hunger
Howell is a native of Winston-Salem She has worked as a
journalist in South Asia and has worked with Bread for the
World for six years.
Current undcrgraduata pre-medical students may now compcta for several
hundred Air Forco scholarships. These scho!arsnip3 ere to ba awarded to
students accepted into medical schools a3 freehmsn or at tto beginning of
their sophomore year. The scholarship provides for tuition, books, lab fees
and equipment, plus a $400 monthly allowance. Investiaga this financial
alternative to the high cost of medical education
Contact: TSgt BebPayna; USAF Health Professions Recruiting; Suite G-1 ,
1100 Navaho Drive; Raleigh, NC 27609. or call (91 S) 755-4134.
1 ; new
Daily Lunch Specials
j xiNlghtly Spccisl-Moii.; Tues., &Wed. X
Charcoal Broiled Chopped Steak Vi lb.
drink and two vegetables ..'..-.$2.75 '
Spaghetti wmeat sauce, drink and a salad. . $2.85
Lasagna, drink and a salad ....... .'. ....... $3.40
Monday-Thursday 11 am to 10 pm
Friday-Saturday 11 am to 11 pm
Sunday 12 noon to 10 p.m.
132 W. Franklin Across From University
Square. George's Restaurant not affiliated
with Shoheys. t 942-7844.
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April Sad .
Hill was cbd enly in i:r.:rshcrts,
Chafin said, "and that's similar to scrr.2
of the other- recent czszs wcve had.'
Chafin specifically mentioned th? death
.of Lubie "Chuck." Cctcr, whose body,
clad only in undcrshcrts, was fsur.d
Feb. 5. He had been stranded. V";.
Geter's body, and those of six c:hir
child victims were found in southwest
Fulton County in the same gtr,ztd part
of the metropolitan area where HITS
body was pulled from the river.
The bodies of three of the 21 victims
'have been found floating in area rivers.
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mid called -m 6pliticaLl weapon --"v6
From pspa 1 -
Ar:o::C::r., M(A: r i:.: ! :::.y f-:: ovcrthrsv the covsrn-
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nith tr.::.Ml: . cf Hiiro c , :r t!.j cr-ntry cr.i chirc--3 it Lito a dictatorial
- Pr:r.Vs cn:h:J Lt: h;t jr.r.:'. r.h:n a key party pulled out of the
Stone speculated that should the oc
casion for another downtown party arise
in the coming years, the police's bask
policy would remain the same, but mea
sures would have to be taken to cut
down on fights. -
"If it continues we will simply have to
make more arrests. Nobody was arrested
Monday for street fist-fightin, but we
cannot allow this type thing to continue
to go unpunished," Stone said.
VAninCGTCri (S) Ei:l7, r;:-rr.j frca th; Appalachian
ccdfl:l3 Tczziiy thsvrsi itrilln rnlnirs vctin cidhst a proposed contract
With t cut ens-fifth cfth2vct:icsts:i in UMW District 17, the union's
; Isrst, the vets vrzs S-l xiiriit thi-ctfist. V;
Initid;rcpcrU'-frcni .t5 u!ca,$vpprcilnittly' locals indicated the
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The Student Attorney General's office now
has applications for staff positions avaiUtle.
Applications must be turned in to the Attorney
General or the Judicial Secretary by Monday.
All applicants are requested to stn up for aa
interview when they turn in applications.
The Undergraduate Court also has appli
cations available which are due by April 8.
Interested persons may apply for both pcsl
' tions, but may only serve in one capacity.
INDIA?IAPOLIS (AF) Ir.l?u G?v. Rcb:rt D. Orr is wonderip3 if he
will .textleJd cdzzXca Hi t'z-tzt-zls.bzt with North 'Carolina Gov. Jim
Hunt fcHowLns tit I Ici:I;?s' litcry fa th NCAA basketball finals.
Indlnaxnd North Carcic I piii? a -Yorlcshire hes for his end of the
titxftU-Cj3l:tc;' night, North
Carolina! chief executive has tc-n strarc:ly silent.
'v' Aied ifts wj'werri; j bat.II'r.t traj trying' to wzlih on the bet, Orr a
. 'Orr prbsstcrctary Ian Poiveti idl'i pl'r.s'are already beins made to collect
: ths "priij'pcf kcri ' Jc!i3 Mv ?ytn,',a. fdrn::r jud;,:VYho' scryes as Orr's legal
. V' "If -we' fcaVen't'fcrird . ifrcni. Cc?ncj..i!ur.t by the time Judge Ryan gets
- back" from' PhiTaf a!; ei'f s toX..T2 hia draw up extradition papers
for the pi,' Mrs Fc 1 tdd; ?VU l:iYMht pij' one way or the other."
Designed primarily for f.t3A cint3, thli crri3' QrwT.::;v-;
number cf spaces forcthsf3,H hrscc! bttr.i, lt. j
should enabla boginnerai to ci box's teancyci rr,:i;2;c4 6;v
Foreign Servico IrtctKuto socio. ' 's''-; v::; ".-".'
Cost: '$1.00 for.col!csa studcra and Urx.-C'l faav; TvAV-' V v'v;
Contact; Director Dr. Cathsrina lclsy.. Dy Ha3C2C-SS2 v : f
Deadens: AprU 15, 1C31 ; . ' ' .'.'v '' V.;
Peopla era Runrsrg to thd
RsffisKsntr for cvper Luncfi
end Dinner epd3 C;a thesa:
"Rat Trap" now open for 1 avorfta
boversgo and pizza every day
tl midnight specials galore!
4-7 pm and 10-12 pm
Zlssla Ssstwsichcs Ptssa Rare Roast Bed A3 ASC Permits ttsm Cmi CerJb
Ckcpsl Hill Tradition for 32 Years!
: v; ;,TH3-'CAn02iA GAY ASSOCIATION
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21d V2ST CA!.cno:i avetue
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25 words or zt
Students 1.7S :
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LOCAL LYiUCS. Trtt rtfrehronti &
fcdmUtl&ft, brewfit;;lt3, trr & win
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CbssIHcd ads may be placed at the DTH O dices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 055A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
FOUND: PAirt CF CLASSLS os Tkn., Hy 2S.
C3 and kisnL'y r;pc, case and where lost. C&3
LOST: GOLD CHEST m wUh MSV 7S
InccrtkM). II bund c3 Eeward '
ISO niV. AT.0 FCH INFO or return of N2m F?l
'i.h S3 mm lens. Absolutely no Qtes&ns a&ke2
Cai 933-1157 or write F-4 Cwoino At.
LOST: KEYS Saturday oo Fraia St. FteaM cs3
DavU Z. $57-5027.
LOST: PAIR OF CLASSES dorSnj the Ssmfsky
,nfht vtctory ce-kbraOon on FrsriSa Strvet.
Reward enrd. Ceil Crtj, SiJ-S.
LOST: CAT LT.O'Atl TAS2Y with wfeKe and
petchee of oraivf e, female, reward. If fcmad pleaat
ca3 567-5i3X tkr name Is Leto.
LOST: CaroUaa CLASS FJNQ Franca Street
liondzy e'jht. Y"jw fr'4 m4;h PasJ La-i-i ea
Ca3 ?12C2 H yon hmd H. lULWA: j.
WA.VrtD: HOH Zt ICTZTiS lilLS m Neta
to paid LTA fef erprimessta on tii UfiC
Ql camrvt. TotiJ Cme cosnmSmf4 1c 131S
howrt tmi4i?!.3 a kee j; J -sfc! esmteaiJa. Pay la
f 1 3.C3 pr hour. V.'t need hcsfty sAs?, f 13-43
-S,h no iZirU and no hcfawr. C&l 8-3
HMi..Frt. kr sore feifirmafioa. f&$-tXX
CTIADUATE ETUDCrrr AND ?CUSS
fcnitd f!.'-;r.t f U&ejtf'a po.';ioa at
Apartment cof , U to Chsjjcl tiJ r-a.
tiie, i3 train, no chiireo or pels. afe
typing or baoVVerptfts ht!ptul( euaay
pfto4-y a teml, aa-Ury ftus cpartmt.
St 772-2::i. i9-7:v-c;i7.
fat,n v,ir:i vcu fATJi Ttsi j.ur:::ir.i
!u.inia al'.-,s to retjcie M tS awuer. asve
t2--3, a4 f t1M--l rtm eirttrn, lasJ
nam iwh as 4 -Jwoo nwwA-tt to; Summit
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t;ZID EXTEA CAwI t? Wash dbc fcmr days a
week fat 10-13 l?k dinners only. Ca3 Karen at
(7-SS2? teixf noon or after 4 p.m.
STOCK MAT.KET POSITION opcnlna for
cradaata aa Aatktant to Director of Research of
Durham baaed securities firm. Secretarial all
required, accounting and economics. hclpfuL
Exccest Cfportuelty to kara about the stock
market. Salary plus commission when registered.
Send resante to Mrs. Saunders, P.O. Cox 1492,
Durham N.C 27702.
in II SALES CA?:rUS ROTSENTA-nVE-Decomo
th person on catnpta tor C&csrur.txi
stereo eument and make good money dtiirtj
somet!.bt3 you erjoy. Major brands, wsrrenty.
Contact Ht. Petahn 111 Fl Saks Co. 1&21
. EJvd., OroomeJ PA 1 CC3.
OVEHSEAS i02S Sammeryear round.
Eta-oe, S. Amer., Amii&.:, Asia. AH fkiis.
t::D-$I2:0 snoncV. V.-.tK. Free Info.
VV;: UC Do t2 UZ Corona Dd f'.ar. CA
FCH aiUT.ai CA. kt HC mountains.
ium 7e"'it IS. Camp Store and Hccreatkm
'LeadersK!? datles. Contact Mr. F.Snker,
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ATTENTION CHAD AND HONORS
STUD CTTS. Aaraa Sendees 13 tyre yowr peters
at a ctjeoent. Tltaa rM, 1SV fcscowst on
theses end lisertsiloa. If yo want b r! ht. brtef
1 to Airwa Dttrery Services. f'C?.J Flaia.
ijrUL'7! HLLED EALLOON. EOUQUETS
fc HT.TJlID tor ait"l ocfet or just tor km.
co- avastie. A&a mhovt out ttr.itni
sfiL Cm.2 Cv."js ad Twt f i7.3iJ3.
co::rtrT2 tzzzmtz crr.vicra at
EUSIMSS SrECtALr.S. K4 Itenderao
Saeei. V.'e eeciati to resamo aepra6ok. Ie
tiijt p6Ji'S!al re94ms and c-tr W?ts to
teef ldJvt!al needs and s2-c prclctence.
Itrt. KS H'JZIZ ZHQM rCATtTXS K tc
)Kiy f feeatfe. ctco fock. a4 aw wave
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FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED. First asiw
second summer sessions). Caro'jta AparUsests,
Jbus route, pool, alr-conlSoc'aj. ftmikhiei,
cUshwaaher. Call Kathy 9421414 or Lorctta or
NEED TWO MELLOW KOOJt SATES far
2-bedroom Erooksida Apt. 15 , r.ln. w3i to
camps. $77month Vi utUes. Lcssa tt&rts la
May. Ca3 923-5337.
WANTED F03 SUmSl SatOOt-Osw f t
non-smoking female roommates to share
furnished 2 bedroom, pooklie K5r-wood apt. "L
bua route. Rent negoCatU. Call Si7-1274.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED toe atstaaer
and next year 437 per monlh plus A w:is. Owa
, bedroom, one mSe from esm$ts. t4243.
CrXAT PLACE. ON-E HLE FT.CM CA?:.m
pool. Only I ICS a moath pksa Vi u'-i: Eisrts '
Jun 1st throush next school year. Two b&ma.
AwaSatle tor noamokinj. retpoesr, stB.-ama
maSes. Ca3 $&7-42.
t on 2 rem koc.::utl3 ej surfed
lUy or iyne, or w3 sut'kase. Oa ts rte, foci,
' laandry. Noa-smoker kte. Qui SmUa
942-4C0 or 942-1073.
NIXD A nOOKMATET Ftmt
tocktna tor a place to Kve a est yir-'JU a'-i kts
'in My or Auj. Ca3 Jnr.rr t3-7Cl. as'-e.
TUO HON-SMC'G MALE roosiss&tes wftRSsi
to share rwo-bdroat Ci4 V.' 3 fertr&rnj tor
smr. I S3 BKeti pk V stiae. Oa bs
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A&3iJ? r swa-smeW$. Mat, atdl IftJ
retpona&U. CaJ ?:3-Slll ater:C3.
NON.SMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATE
WANTED T fcwtie erad M ikrt
bowse. 13 ts.'jx. 4m taps. Ii.t3 per
plus atwea. C1 E2a tI34ii3.
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