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By KATIIERINE LONG
DTH Stan Writer
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors met
Friday in Chapel Hill to discuss the most recent nursing and law
exam scores of UNC students. .
Board member David J. Whichard reported that the number
of nursing students who passed the state nursing test this year
was up slightly at most UNC schools. Scores were down, however,
at UNC-CH, and scores at three predominantly black schools
did not meet the requirement that 66.6 percent of students
pass outlined by the board last year.
But the number of UNC students passing the state bar exam
On bomb plot charges
was up from last year's 86 percent to 95 percent this year, Whichard
said. Scores at North Carolina Central University were also bet
ter; 70 percent passed this year, as compared to 32 percent last year.
Also at the meeting, UNC President William C. Friday accepted
the resignation of East Carolina University Chancellor Thomas
B. Brewer. Brewer, who has been under consideration recently
for the presidency of West Virginia University in Morgantown,
W.Va., had come under fire by school officials at ECU for ne
glecting his job at the school.
The resignation, announced Wednesday, will be effective July
30, 1982: ;: : . v . ' " - ' :
Influential publisher dies
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) William Loeb, pubUsher of the Manchester
Union Leader and New Hampshire Sunday news, died of cancer Sunday, the
newspapers announced. He was 75. '
Loeb died at the Leahy Clinic in Burlington, Mass., shortly after noon, said
Paul Tracy, editor-in-chief of the Loeb newspapers.
Loeb, well-known for conservative views often delivered in stinging prose, in
recent months had stopped writing the fr.ont-page editorials for which he had
become famous. -
A friend and enemy of public officials, Loebs influence was felt in state and
national politics during New Hampshire's quadrennial first-in-the-nation pre
sidential primaries. . :
Tracy said a memorial service would be held in Manchester.
She Nni i t fdE c e :: &t outd t rml
The Associated Press
ASHEVILLE Six American Nazis
who claim an undercover federal agent
tried to entice them to break the law go
on trial a second time today on charges
that they plotted to blow up much of
Their first trial in U.S. District Court
ended July 1 8 with a hung jury voting 10-2
in favor of conviction.
The defendants are charged with plan
ning to set off explosives at a shopping
mall, a gasoline tank farm, the federal
courthouse and random targets in the
downtown area if six Klux Klansmen and
Nazis charged with murdering five com
munists at a "Death, to the Klan Rally,"
had been convicted in a trial last year.
The murder defendants were" acquitted
last November, and there were no bomb
ings. In the first bombing conspiracy trial,
defendants Frank Braswell, 48, and his
wife, Patsy, 32, testified that they played
along with an agent who identified himself
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as Maj . Mike Swain because he threatened
to blow up their house., .
Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agent
Michael Sweat testified he posed as a mer
cenary to gain the Braswells' confidence
and to investigate possible firearms viola
tions. The other defendants are Joseph Gor
rell Pierce, 28, and his brother, Roger
Allen Pierce, 25, both of Belews Creek,
and Raeford Milano Caudle, 38, and
James Christopher Talbert, 30, both of
They contend they knew Sweat was
some kind of agent and told him of wild
plans they never intended to carry out. '
' "There was never any plans to do any
act of violence or terrorism," Braswell
said. "I said if he wants to talk about
blowing little green men off Mars, tell
him we had nuclear weapons and could
Prosecutors argue that the charges of
entrapment and harassment were con
cocted only after charges were filed. They
have introduced into evidence tapes re
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DID YOU FIND MY POCKET WATCH in Wilson
Library on September 2? If s gold Elgin that has
been fai my family for S3 years. If you found it, or
know who did, caS 9S7-1739. Please.
LOST: TWO ID'S. One for Alice ASain Prove ty.
Other for David Strickland. Please return if found.
Need desperately. Call 929-6504. Lost near
LOST: A HANDMADE GREY SWEATER with a
black stripe on sleeves. I am very sentimental about
it. Please call 967-1233 or leave in the Botany Dept.
REWARD FOR RETURN OF LADIES GOLD
. Seiko watch lost 911 behind or in Fine Room or on
way to Dey Ha3. Call Kim 933-1431, a&ernoons.
LOST: SET OF KEYS ON LIGHT blue rectangular
i Tar Heel plaque. Near Carolina Inn bus stop. If
found PLEASE contact Cheryl at 957-6239 to keep
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corded with a tiny microphone concealed
on Sweat's body when he visited the Bras- i
wells' home and met with other defendants.
The government also has tapes obtained
with a wiretap on the Braswells' telephone.
Mrs. Braswell testified that when Sweat
asked her husband to obtain some guns
for him and Braswell said he couldn't, the
agent "became very emotional."
She said Sweat mentioned he had blown
up a house in Madison County and added,
"If you're leading me on, I may have to
do yours the same way."
"I didn't want my house to get blowed
up at midnight as he stated it could be,"
Mrs. Braswell testified.
Before jury selection can begin, Judge
Woodrow W. Jones must rule on a motion
by Braswell that he be given a court
appointed lawyer. Braswell and his wife
fired their court-appointed lawyers before
the first trial began. Mrs. Braswell main
tains she does not want a lawyer.
The defendants face up to five years in
prison and $10,000 in fines if found guilty.
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95 percent of fires, pulls fire to a certain point
and provides a natural chimney for smoke.
Horizontal ventilation pulls air throughout the
structure and carries the risk of fire spreading.
A difficult decision for a fire chief is whether
to send men into a burning structure. But fire
men are instructed to observe certain conditions
that signal a weakened structure. Beams pulling
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to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel HUl, NC 27514.
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experiment which measures the effects of 2 hour low
level ozone exposure Earn $50-575 in an experi
ment to study the effects of low levels of gaseous and ..
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FOR SALE: ONKYO 2040 CASSETTE tape deck.
One year old. Excellent condition. Active warantee.
YAMAHA TX-500 WINDSHIELD. OTHER
EXTRAS. Buying auto, must sell. $650 negotiable
FOR SALE: 3X3 TABLE and 4 chairs. Price highly
negotiable. 942-8674. Excellent for quarters
tourneys. . .
special request through the Office of Student
Affairs," he said.
Handicapped students who come into con
tact With DeWalt have told him they have
found one way to fight the problem of not
being able to park close to classes. "They tell
me the best way to deal with the parking situa
tion is to utilize the park-and-ride lots," he
said. "The bus routes actually pet them cIom' "
DeWalt said the bus on the park-and-ride
route was equipped to handle wheelchairs, which
are used by 70 to 75 paraplegics on campus.
'. Another problem is posed by the student who
is temporarily handicapped, DeWalt said. Typi
cal cases, are those of students who break a leg
or tear ligaments in a knee and are forced to
wear a long-leg walking cast for 10 to 12 weeks.
They have to find some way to get around, he
; said , "' -v-. v -
DeWalt mentioned the policy implemented
;' last year by the campus police, who previously
gave such students transportation. "They
couldn't keep doing it," he said.
The office was receiving up to 41 requests
per day, DeWalt said. ,
Riggsbee said the police would make excep
tions in providing transportation, however, if
notified by the infirmary.
; "We will haul a student from a dorm or
Granville Towers if the infirmary calls us,"
Riggsbee. said. The other exception made, In
extreme circumstances only, is through the
Handicapped Student Service office, he said.
DeWalt siad some doctors complicated the
the problem by a lack of standardization. Cer
tain doctors give the temporarily handicapped
person a parking sticker and some do not, he
said. "It's difficult to legislate as to what really
" is a handicap," DeWalt said.
Thomas , said doctors were being more dis
criminating. "I'm pleased to see that physicians
are being more careful in signing the authoriza
tion for one," he said. .
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FOR SALE: SMITH CORONA ; GALAXJE XII
portable manual typewriter. Like new condition.
Includes case. Call 933-5763. . ,
OUT OF TOWN FOLKS CANT COME. So I have
10 tickets available for the Miami of Ohio game. S
section. CaD BUI at 929-1834.
; NEEfj MUSIC 41 records? Please buy mine for
$15.00. Brand new, never even opened. Call
967-8667 and ask for Margaret . '
CAKE FAIRIES DELIVER CAXES IN STYLE. .
Delicious, home-baked from scratch. Any occasion. ' :
message, ' Birthdays a specialty song, candle
mciuded. $17. Ca3 the Fairies (evenings) 5&3-4306.
CELEBRATING? BIRTHDAYS ANNIVERSARIES
WHATEVER - "We deliver bouquets of heilum
filled balloons, personalized cookie cakes and a tune -to
ofSces, homes, dorms, to Durham, Chapel HIU.
RTF. CaS Cookie Factory (2S6-262S) or Balloons
and Tunes (967-3433).
MR. ICS MUSIC SHOW features a Eve disc jockey
pbyirsg rock, disco, pop, and new wave for any size -party.
Call 942-5293 for reasonable prices. .
JAPANESE GER! IAN AUTOS. Repaired "by
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929-1976. "Caring about people and the cars they
CHEAP BICYCLE. CaS Beverly at
WILL BUY NEW AND USED LPS. cassettes,
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ENTIRE COLLECTIONS. Good prices. Call
929-6175. keep trying 8-noon. after 5.
Soviets warn Polish union
WARSAW, Poland (AP) Echoing a charge that preceded Soviet interven
tion in Hungary and Czechoslovakia years ago, the Communist Party is ac
cusing Poland's independent labor federation, Solidarity, of "counterrevo
lution." : , ;
The party attack came Friday after a radical member of Solidarity suggested
that the 9.5-milIion member union now has people capable of running the
Polish government. -
Meanwhile, about 100,000 Soviet army, navy and air force troops were to
end nine days of war games one of the largest Soviet military maneuvers
since World War II - near the. Polish border today.
The U.S. government said the current Soviet exercises may have been staged
at this time to intimidate the Solidarity congress. Similar NATO exercises are
under way, with land operations to begin next week.
In Moscow, state television escalated the propaganda xmpaign against the
Polish workers movement Friday night, showing rallies of Soviet workers de
nouncing Solidarity, and troops in Baltic coast war games near Poland.
Nuclear plant springs new leak
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) A new leak from the cooling system at the
crippled Three Mile Island nuclear reactor was located and stopped Saturday,
officials said. v
Spokesman Davicl Delzingaro said that at 4:30 a.m. technicians found water
coming from a valve on a sampling system within the reactor containment
building. . -: , '
The leakage had jumped from a rate of 150 gallons a day to about 1 ,000 gal
lons a day by Friday.
There was no evidence of any release of radioactivity to the environment,
plant officials said.
The coolant system, which bathes the mangled reactor in water, has leaked
steadUy since a Marcfr 1979 accident.
After technicians found the problem at the valve and used remote control
methods to shut it down, the leak rate returned to the former 150-gallon-a-day
rate. ' : . ; , '.
t Plant officials had said Friday that a manned entry might be needed to solve
the problem. But Delzingaro said today that an entry was unlikely.
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MALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Rural area apart
ment, 2.5 miles from campus. $137.50 month
lh utilities. 2 bdrms. living rm, kitchen, 1 bath;
furniture available. No smoking: no drugs. Call Paul
TWO PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS to share 3-bdr
house. Air, carpet, quiet neighborhood, on busline.
No pets. $150 plus utilities. Furnish except bed
room. Call after 5 929-8744.
ROOMMATE NEEDED RESPONSIBLE,
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Old We!l Apts. $135mo V: utilities. Call
HOUSEMATES NEEDED! One to share
upstairs at $110month, two to live downstairs
at $122. 50 month. Located in Dogwood Acres.
AC WD, hardwood floors, large yard.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED GRADProf.
student, non-smoker. Stratford Hills Apts. Walking
distance to campus "G" Sne. $103 Vi utilities
TOM COBINSON'S SEAFOOD AND
PSODUC2. Seafood TSiurs-Sat, Prockfce Mon
Sat. 300 W. Rosemary behSnd Chutney's. VA
blocks from campus. Customer parking 10 off all
produce and esss 9-noon Saturdays. We feature the
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Head Plaza Chapel Hill
M-F 8:30-5:30 967-2585'
PROGRAMMING CLASSES. Learn how to
program microcomputers. A class fai Basic
requires no knowledge of microcomputers. A
class In Assembly Language assumes
ownership of, or access to a microcomputer.
Classes will begin the week of September 21
and run for 8 weeks with one class and one lab
per week. CaO 942-7949 between 10 am and 6
pm Mon.-Sat. to register or for more
TO CB FROM CB: LAST WEEX was good but
sooner or later well get our schedules together. Let
me know when you've free.
HAPPY EUTTHDAY CflRISTOPHERI I'm giad
you've finally caught up with this old woman. 1 hope
we keep getting old together for long time. 1 Love
You more than ever, and remember, you can root
up my garden any time! SQUEAL! L. K.
AMERICAN WEREWOLVES UNITE! BAD
MOON'S RISIN Tuesday night. Support your local
werewoS stray from the road and keep on the
moors. Interested werewolves? Lorl 942-6111.
HABAKKUK: That's easy for you to say!
HAPPY 20TH BIRTHDAY YOU OLD HAG! Yes
you Judy. I hope you have a great day. Watch out
for past, present,and future. Love, Bedra.
BROTHERS OF PHI DELTA CHI: Our best withes
during rush. Love, your tittle Sisters.
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