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ATLANTA The special task force in
vestigating the deaths and disappearances
of 23 black children since July 1979 got its
first adult case Wednesday when it began
probing the death of Eddie Lamar Duncan,
21, Public Safety . Commissioner Lee
Duncan's body was pulled from the
Chattahoochee River early Wednesday
near where the body of the 21st black child
slain here was found Monday, Douglas,
County Sheriff Earl Lee said.
Duncan was a resident of Techwood
Homes and disappeared March 20, several
days after baseball-bat-and-gun security
patrols were organized at the housing
project in the wake of the child slayings,
the sheriff said.
State Crime Lab pathologist Dr. Bryon
Dawson, who performed an autopsy on
Duncan, said it would take several days
to determine the cause of death. Lee said
he believed Duncan had drowned but that
further investigating was needed before
the cause of death was determined.
In a statement released from his office
Brown said the case was being investigated
by the special task force as well as the
Douglas County Sheriffs Department .
Until Duncan's death was added, the
task force's caseload of 21 slain and , Jwo ,.
missing children had all been 15 years old
Linrfiaii '.mimic group to pariorBi
Trie Freed-Up Five, a Christian music
group, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday
in Hill Hall.
The Freed-Up Five is made up of five
South Carolina businessmen who inte
grate their spiritual testimony with song
and music. They have performed at nu
merous churches and conference centers.
Admission is $1 at the door.
The concert will be the climax of a week
"News in Brief"
Read it every day in The
The Carolina Union presents
April 8 and 9
Programs for tho able-bodied and the disabled
Wed. April 8 Handicap Simulation for the ablo bodied
' ' . ""11-3 in thiPit J-i:. .
- ,,, p.;m. "How to Approach a Blind Person"
11 am & 2 pm, Union Room 213
Display of aides for the disabled
11 am-1 pm, 3-5 pm Union upper Lounge.
Thurs. April 9 Play: "The Life of a Blind Person"
11 am-3pm in Pit
Film; MA Different Approach" and discussion.
Concerns how to approach able-bodies
Display of aides for the disabled .
1-5 pm. Union
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Atlanta police spokeswoman Marion
Lee had said early Wednesday the task
force was not interested in the case be
cause Duncan was an adult. Brown's state
ment, however, said that he decided to
bring in the special task force after con
sultation with Lee.
When Duncan's body was discovered,
authorities thought it was the body of a
teenager, Lee said.
Brown was in Washington Wednesday
and could not be reached for comment,
his office said.
Duncan's body was found about four
miles downriver from where the body of
13-year-old Timothy Hill was found
Both bodies were found about 20
southwest of Atlanta.
A canoeist found Duncan's body snag
ged on a tree limb, clothed only in some
type of vest, the sheriff said.
Hill apparently had called his teacher
after his disappearance and was reported
alive several times before his body turned
up in the Chattahoochee River, police say.
Hill's 26-year-old brother, Richard,
said Tuesday his younger brother knew
Anthony Carter and Joseph Bell, two of
the other youngsters on the task force list.
Carter was found slain July 7, 15S0 and
Bell disappeared 10 days before Hill did.
JBelL.and 10-year-old Darren Glass,
who disappeared last September, are the
two children who remain missing.
end conference sponsored by the UNC
Christian Legal Society and entitled
"Meeting the Challenge of Being a
Christian Lawyer." Speakers at the con
ference on Friday and Saturday include
UNC's last four-sport letterman, Albert
Long, and CLS national director Lynn
For further information on the con
ference, call 933-5631 or 929-7647.
capsulizes the latest news.
Daily Tar Heel.
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call 967-9333. Her name is Lcto.
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GRADUATE STUDENT AND SPOUSE
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' Hill, Carter and Bell all attended the
same neighborhood Boys' Club, Richard
Neighbors said Hill and Bell used to
play basketball together at Dean Rusk
Park, near the school they attended.
At a news conference Tuesday, Atlanta
Mayor Msynard Jackson said top police
investigators believe the killer of some of
the children may feed on the increasing
publicity about the crimes.
"In all honesty, we don't known
whether increased media coverage en
courages whomever is attacking our
children," he said.
In another development, Billy Ray
Pope, 22, was indicted Tuesday on a
charge of criminal attempt to commit ex
tortion, Fulton County District Attorney
Lewis Shton said.
The charge was in connection with a,
telephone call to an Atlanta television
station in which the caller claimed he was
holding the two missing children and
would kill them if he was not paid
Three teachers who have been involved
this year in a dispute over the literary
merit of Aldous Huxley's novel Brave
New World will speak about book
banning at 7 tonight in 105 Gardner Half.
Sponsored by the UNC chapter of
Americans for Common Sense, the semi
nar will feature Steve Stobbe, the head
of the English department at West Iredell
High School, where the controversy
Mike Shinn, an English teacher who
used the book in his class, and Arvilla
Brewer, another teacher at West Iredell,
also will be featured. Brewer will be
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority will
sponsor a hoagie dinner Sunday to raise
money for the Triangle Hospice, a coun
seling center for the terminally ill, the
YWCA Coalition for Battered Women
Ilzsch 19-April 5
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'"On the other side,' I'm as'ai'nst sr.jihtrj
done (contrary to) an individual's will, tt (the
draft) is like a double-edged sword."
Green cited the proposed ERA as the reason
for drafting women as well as men into military
"It's only fair, especially because of
ERA," she said. "If we are going to push for
equality, it should be in all areas, including
George Cholewczynski, who works as a li
brary assistant, said the country needl't 'l1
and some type of national civ.. tLVraf
program, but not because of El Salvador. -
"We need a draft and national civil service,
but El Salvador should have IktSe or no bearing
on that fact," he said.
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to their area.
Spaces to be re-evduated include rooms
in suites A, B, C and D of the Union as
well as three new spaces in the new sec
tion of the Union.
Norberg said other student organiza
tions set to move into the new section of
the Union included Student Legal Ser
vices, the campus legal advisory group,
the Yackety Yack and WXYC.
attending a conference later this month"
as a delegate to the Coalition on Free
dom to Read.
The Iredell County controversy began
when the father of a student at the school
objected to haying the Huxley book as a
required text in Shinn's English class.
The objection received support from
members of the Moral Majority on the
grounds that the book was not true satire
and espoused concepts with which the
The seminar is free, and the public is
invited to attend.'
and the Campus Y.
Tickets are $2.75. Customers can eat
the meal at the sorority house or have it
delivered. Contact any Kappa to purchase
Playmalxcro Theatre 1?
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1 OR 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES needed starting
May or June, or will sublease. On bus route, pool,
laundry. Non-smokers please. Cell Janice
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. NEED A ROOMMATE? Female under grad
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TWO NON-SMOX1NG MALE roommates wanted
to share two-bedroom Old We'd Apartment for
summer. J So month plus utilities. On bus tine.
NON-SMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATE
WANTED Two female grad students to share
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plus utilities. Call Olen 923-4553.
1 OR 2 LIBERAL, responsible female to share
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BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) Deposed Prime Minister Prem TInsuknonda
tried to launch a cotintercoup Wednesday. He told the military commanders t
who ousted him in a bloodless revolt to lay down trie! weapons, and troops
loyal to Prem were reported about 55 miles from Bangkok, the capital.
Prem, who fled to an army base at Korat, in northeast Thailand, after the ;
early Monday coup, spoke to the leaders of the revolt in an announcement on
the regional radio station in Korat. Prem also claimed the support of King :;
Ehuxniphol Adulyadej, Thailand's popular monarch.
In the capital, the revolutionary council set up by the coup leaders ordered
the deputy commander of the 2nd army, Gen. Athit Kamlan-ck, a close sup- ?
porter of Prem, dismissed. The announcement, on Radio Thailand, said he had
"interfered with the operation of the committee.
iiiiiiero reject conicci
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WASHINGTON (AP) The nation's soft-coal miners rejected a proposed
contract that would have paid them up to $111 a day and ended one of their
shortest walkouts in years.
Union officials, who had supported the agreement with the Bituminous Coal
Operators Association, said rank-and-file members voted against the offer
Tuesday by a 2-to-l margin. Three-fourths of the ballots were counted.
Eldon Calleri, the United Mine Worker's chief spokesman, said that with
about 102,600 votes tallied from almost 160,000 miners, there were 68,937
votes against the settlement and 32,299 in favor of it.
UMW President Sam Church reportedly was unwilling to concede defeat!'
But Church, having just, returned from the coalfields, was unavailable for
comment. i J-.v . . ,.'..'."
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LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) A fire broke out in a room on the fifth floor pf
Ceasars Palace hotel on lis Vesas Strip Wednesday, and '16 people were in
jured before it was extinguished. 'It was the third hotel fire at the gambling
resort city in less than five months. : ! .
On Feb. 10, a fire at the Las Vegas Hilton claimed the lives of eight people
and injured 192 others. A fire at'thd'MGM Grand Hotel last Nov, 21 killed 84
people and injured nearly 700. : T'1
Spears said, however, that all volunteer
branches of the military met their quotas last
Without a draft, the nation's defense bur
den falls on the poor, black and disadvan
taged, Hollings said. ,
Hollings said, "Almost one-quarter of all
new recruits are black double their propor
tion in the population. The number of other
minorities, especially Hispanics, is growing."
N.C. 4th District Rep. Ike Andrews said
even though there were more supporters for
reinstating the draft now than during the last
session, the legislation would probably not
pass. Andrews said he did not support a rein
statement of the draft.
State Rep. Patricia Hunt, D-Orange, said
The Bottom Line takes a lighter look at the news. Look for it
every Tuesday and Thursday on the editorial pace of The Daily
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Contact: Director Dr. Catherine Matey. Dey Hall. 833-2032
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that even if the proposal passed in the Senate!
it had to pass the Democrat-controlled House ,;
to become law, an unlikely possibility. "J ;
If passed, Hollings' bill would reinstate the
draft authority that Congress repealed in 1973
at the request of former President Richard
Nixon. ' -
Spears said there had been a number of pro-
posits over the last two years to reinstate a .
peacetime draft and that the Boilings propaT
was another of those. "This past summer's draft
registration was the first move to implement the,
idea (of a peacetime draft)" he said. .
"Even if Hollings' bill doesn't pass, we are
still moving increasingly to an atmosphere where
the idea of a peacetime draft is more accepted,
and young people should be aware," Spears said.
WANTED: FEMALE TO SHARE riit from
Moore County to Chapel 111 daily during
summer sessions. Someone with morrung
schedule preferred. Call Julia at fc"2-3i37 or
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