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2The Daily Tar Hee'WAdnesday, September 23, 1981
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By PAM DUNCAN
DTH Staff Writer
A teach-in protest against FBI recruiters in the UNC
School of Law is scheduled for 3 p.m. today in the lobby
of Van Hecke-Wettach Hall. "
The purpose of the teach-in is to educate the public
about the past offenses of the FBI in an attempt to dis
courage law students from working for the FBI, said Alex
Charns, chairman of the UNC Coalition for Social Justice,
which is sponsoring the teach-in.
"We hope it does change people's minds about work
ing for the FBI," Charns said. "The people who are
apathetic or who haven't heard what the FBI recently is
.doing, need to be educated about what the FBI has
done, what they are doing, and what they probably in
tend to do in the future."
Charns said that some FBI activities which the teach
in would protest are the Bureau's past record of involve
ment in spying on students and attorneys, their complicity
in certain murders, their organization of Ku Klux Klan
chapters in various states, and their targeting of the Rev.
Martin Luther King Jr. during the 1960s.
The speakers at the teach-in will be Arthur Finn, former
physician for the Black Panther Party, who will speak on
illegal wiretapping by the FBI; Earl Tockman, an attor
ney who will speak about proposed legislation changes
by the FBI intended to broaden and enhance their powers;
and several law students and law professors from UNC.
David Glarrow, assistant professor of political science
and author of The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr.:
From "Solo " to Memph'r, who had planned to speak at
the protest, said in a written statement that "the new
FBI remained a rigidly .hierarchical and indeed almost
Glarrow added, "Anyone who has had the benefit of
a first-rate legal education should think long and hard
before seriously considering the idea of joining the Fed
eral Bureau of Investigation."
The teach-in protest is endorsed by the N.C. chapter
of the National Lawyers Guild and by the Legal Alliance
for Greensboro Justice.
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Reagan warns Soviet president
UNITED NATIONS (AP) President Ronald Reagan has sent Soviet Presi
dent Leonid I. Brezhnev a letter denouncing an "unremitting and comprehensive"
military buildup by the Soviets, but expressing a willingness to "establish a frame
work of mutual respect" with Moscow.
The letter was sent Monday and delivered Tuesday on the eve of wide-ranging
discussions scheduled here today between Secretary of State Alexander M. Haig
Jr. and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko.
While the text of the letter was not released, Dean Fischer, a State Department
spokesman, did provide reporters with a long statement he said was based on the
It quoted Reagan as saying the United States is "hopeful we can succeed in esta
blishing a framework of mutual respect for each others' interests and for mutual
restraint in the resolution of international crises."
The president also said the United States was fully prepared to take into account
legitimate Soviet interests if Moscow was willing to do the same with American
Springboks will play in Albany
NEW YORK (AP) An appeals court today refused to interfere with a judge's
ruling that cleared the way for a South African rugby team to play in Albany
Tuesday night. The court acted hours after a bomb exploded near the office of
the game's cosponsor in Schenectady.
However, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the state was not pre
vented from taking steps, "including cancellation or termination of the game, to
prevent any dangerous situation from getting out of control."
The South African team, Springboks, have been the targets of recent anti
apartheid protests and state officials had asked for the match to be called off for
fear of violence.
Peter Yellin, state deputy first assistant attorney general, made, plans to fly to
Washington to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to block the match between the
South African Springboks and Eastern Rugby Union of Schenectady.
The Bottom Line takes a
lighter look at the news.
Look for it every Tuesday
and Thursday on the
editorial page of The Daily
for the record
In Monday's article, "Hunt to be ap
pointed to court," UNC Student Legal
Services advisor Dorothy Bernholz was
identified as a partner in the same legal
firm as Rep. Trish Hunt, D-Orange. Bern
holz has never been a partner in that firm,
the law offices of Coleman, Bernholz,
Dickerson, Bernholz, Gledhill & Hargrave.
The DTH regrets the error.
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
An Admissions Representative from
the University of Georgia Graduate School
of Business Administration
jvyill be on campus
Tr 'rT' r T
October 9, 1981
to meet with student interested in
the MBA Program
Career Planning and Placement Center
for more details and to sign up for
an information session
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before publication.
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Please notify the DTH office immediately if .
there are mistakes in your ad. W' will be ,
responsible for only the first ad run-. - - . ,
FCA BEACH TRIP. Bring money or chck to the v
meeting Thursday night. That" $27: Arrange with a
driver for space in their car. Thank you! : - -
"THE THREAT TO RELIGIOUS LIBERTY! By
the Radical Right" W. W. Finlator. a Civil
Right activist and Baptist Preacher will speak
Wednesday at 7:30 in 207 Union. Co-sponsored
by Americans for Common Sense and the
Baptist Studenf. Union. '
FOUND: KEY RING WED. (916). The keys were
found on the bus stop between the Carolina Inn and
Carrol parking lot Owner may claim by proper
FOUND: SET OF KEYS ON COBB Tennis Courts.
Brown leather key chain. Call 933-3344
LOST: A BLUE CANVAS WALLET at the Carolina
game on Saturday. If you know of if s whereabouts,
please contact Mike at 933-1975.
LOST: RING ASSORTED KEYS with brass chain
and yellow tag. If found please call Bill 942-2316
evenings after 9:00 mornings before 10:00.
LOST: TAN WOMAN'S WALLET. 918 campus
Franklin St.. area. Keep the money, please return
wallet contents. Z-2 Old WeO Apts.. Carrboro;
968-0403. Thank you.
LOST A BLACK WALLET with the initials ADH of
great sentimental value. Be somebody and return it
for a reward. Please call 933-2494. .
FOUND GOLD WATCH in front of Morrison Dorm
. Friday night. Call and identify 929-2765.
GOLD NECKLACE FOUND Saturday morning on
Stadium Drive. Identify and it's yours. Call
FOUND - ANDREA OCTAV1A FERGUSON'S
driver's license. Call 929-8779 to get H back.
VIDEOTAPE TIME CHANGES!!
Mon. 1:00 pm
Tues. 11:00 am
Wed. 12:00 pm
vThurs. 12:30 pm
Frl. 12:00 pm
' Fa3 1931 in Videotape Lounge
TVS. CAMPUS Y TUTORING PROGRAM
meet Thursday, Sept. 24 at 7:C9 pa
la 019 Peabody liaU. Assignments will be
$fivmn out so you must attend this Ins port
ant nesting. ; . .
lost Cz found
FOUND: RAINCOAT AND CALCULATOR in
Hanes 303. Thursday afternoon after 3:30 class.
Ca3 933-6183 to Identify.
FOUND: CAR KEYS on running shoe key ring near
Franklin Street Friday. Corns by Student Union
desk to pick up.
LARGE REWARD FOR HANDMADE GRAY
SWEATER. Lost In y-court snackbar or South
Building. Has 2 black bands on sleeves. Please! Call
967-1230 early or late.
FOUND FRIDAY SEPT. 18 gold bracelet In vicinity
of Phi Gamma . Delta house. Call to Identify.
Volunteer for U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency research. Earn S50-S65 upon completion of
experiment which measures the effects of 2 hour low
level ozone exposure. Earn $50-$75 in an experi
ment to study the effects of low levels of gaseous and
particulate air pollutants. Numerous other minor
studies are always ongoing. Levels of pollutants are
low with no known long term adverse effects, and all
research is approved by the Human Rights Com
mittee of the UNC Medical School. Pay is $5.00 per
hour. We need healthy, non-smoking males, age
18-40 with no history of allergies or hay fever. Call
for more Information, 8-5 Mon-Fri.f 966-1253. y
ORANGE COUNTY RESCUE, which handles
medical emergencies In northern Orange County,
needs volunteers to work nights and weekends. No
previous training or experience Is necessary just
time and Interest. For more information, call
967-1095. 929-1514, 563-1435 or 732-8984.
DRIVERS WANTED - EUmple's, 118 East
Franklin Street, 942-8756. Call or come by in
2-3 COEDS NEEDED. Good part-time Job, $5. hr.
Early evenings, weeknights or weekends. Photo
graphy modeling for advertising promotion. One
block from campus. Jobs through fall semester.
Call 966-2136. between 6-7 p.m., weeknights to
USED AND UNFINISHED FURNITURE, WE
HAVE more, man anyone around. Desks, chests,
bookcases, etc. Trading Post, Greensboro Street,
Carrboro, 942-2017. Free delivery with this ad.
FOR SALE: PORSCHE 914 1975 1.8 liter, maroon
with natural interior, 64000 miles with excellent
body and mechanical condition. 968-4411 daytime.
MOVING: HEALTHY. LOVABLE COCKAPOO
FREE TO good home; Boys Bass Bike brand
new $50.00; 26 x 59 in. Refrigerator very good
condition - $75.00. Call 967-5067.
SPIRUUNA. THE FOOD OF THE FUTURE This
pill offers good nutrition, dynamic energy, and safe
weight loss, naturally. Distributorships also avail
able. Can Rex Mercer, 929-2786.
1968 CAROLINA BLUE AND WHITE Renault 35
MPG, AM-FM, Cassette. Rebuilt engine, new paint.
Runs wefl, good condition. Call T i at 942-2765 or
962-4131. $1050 negotiable;
It's not too early - SKI KILUNGTON - Spring
Break. Bus, meals, lodging, lifts $385. Call
Mary, Circle Travel 942-4196.
FOR SALE: BUNDY CLARINET. Great condition.
Reasonable price. Call Pam 929-2080 for details.
FOR SALE: TWO TICKETS to the Boston College
Game. Call 929-8172 evenings.
FOR SALE: RED 73 PINTO Wagon. Air. radio, 26
mpg. Good condition, $850. Double bed mattress
and springs $15. Call 929-6162 evening.
TWO NON-STUDENT TiCEKTS to B.C. Game.
Yes, your Mom and Dad can come to the game.
Call Kim - 933-4659.
FOR SALE: OFFICIAL T-SHIRT. From Simon and
GarfunkeTs first scheduled concert in eleven years.
High Quality, five colors. Catt Brian 929-7551
WANTED: TWO TO FOUR GUEST passes for
Boston Coilege-UNC football game. Call 967-4937.
NEED TICKETS- UNC-WAKE Oct. 10 (3) and
UNC-So. Car. Oct 24 (2 or 3). Call O. Graham
933-7940 or 504 Hamilton.-
WANTED: MALE STUDENT to sublet one bed
room Green belt Apartment. Nice apartment, good
roommate, central air, on bus route. No furniture
needed. Call 933-8617.
ROOM FOR RENT $85 a month 615 East Rose
mary walking distance to campus non smokers
only. No kitchen privileges. Great study
atmosphere. Call 942-2765.
MATURE CLEAN CONSCIENTIOUS QUIET
ADULT 25-35 to share 2 br, 2 bathrooms town
house in the Villages $185.00 month includes
utilities. Must furnish own bedroom. Interview
required. Can Bill 942-2316 evenings after 9:00
mornings before 10:00.
TOM ROBINSON'S SEAFOOD AND
PRODUCE. Seafood Thurs-Sat, Produce Mon
Sat, 300 W. Rosemary behind Chutney's. lVt
blocks from campus. Customer parking 10 off all
produce and eggs 9-noon Saturdays. We feature the
area's freshest seafood and local produce.
CHINABERRY CRAFT COOP ANNOUNCES a
storewide 10 OFF SALE from Sept. 19 through
Sept. 26. Unique handcrafted work by 20 focal
artisans. 103Vi East Franklin, above the Hub
OK GIR&. HERE IT IS! If s not the size of the fruit
thai matters. It's the basket that counts. Think
bout It The Queen Mother!
CATCH THE GREATEST ROCK N ROLL artists of
all time: The Beatles as TEP presents: BEATLES
ROCKIN A to Z. 9:30 p.m. Thurs., Sept 24, 216 E.
Rosemary. Special Guest: The Beatles.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BILLY M. Hope I got It
right 'cause legality k important (especially
since Fm from D.C.)
NEED A RIDE TO THE OUTER BANKS, or points
in between this week-end? Leaving Fri. 25th re
turning Sun. Cafl Leslie 929-9846. , n
FLY TO POINTS WITHIN a 350 mile radius of
Chapel Hill. Pilot desires passengers to share rea
sonable expenses. CaU 929-7489. -
I NEED A RIDE TO BOSTON or NYC this
weekend. Can leave anytime and will share
expenses. Please caU Brenda, 967-9172.
RIDE NEEDED TO AND FROM CHARLOTTE this
weekend. Can leave any time; will split gas expense.
Cafl Katherine. 933-3632.
WANTED: RIDERS TO WASHINGTON D.C. This
Thursday return Sunday share expenses in Rabbit.
CaH Gregory 929-6976.
BELT BUCKLES AND STRIPS. Over 30 buckle
styles and 30 snip colors to choose from. An
buckles $2.50, all strips $.75. CaU Tommy Wallace
at 968-0221. Keep trying!
GLENDA, I just wanted a special way to say I Love
You, and hope that the coming Weeks are as great
as the past ones. One Time.
DO IT WITH OVER 13,000 people in 7 nations.
Join Circle K.
THIS IS TO YOU P. Despite green pants, button
downs, and a mouthful of flies you're still pretty
neat! Is your alarm set? Have a good week
'Rudolph' some Snake.
REARJ. YOiTRE RIGHT! You never loss!
Thcrs's ons &lng you've never lost, so don't '
try. Don't forget the Italian dinner. Yon jnst
haven't lived nntU now. CaU m tonight.
THIRD BORN: THIS IS YOUR DAY. Ifs been a
long time coming. Hope the memories are good
ones. Hope I can help. Have a good day. ILY
always. First Bom.
It may be a day late but ISappy CMhday
anyway, MARY! From Shsrrl and Roanne.
GIB'S IN 311 EVERETT: Well keep your
lofty" suggestions locked" in our hearts . . .
"Sofa" you've been there when we've "kneaded"
you, and you've "Braced" up our Uvea . . .
Thanks for the "KAVHITS." Wanton, lusty
thoughts "Lou," "Eurnist".
MR. ICS MUSIC SHOW features a live disc Jockey
playing rock, disco, pop, and new wave for any size
party. CaS 942-5293 for reasonable prices.
IMPROVE YOUR GRADES! Research catalog -306
pages 10.278 topics Rush $1.00. Box
25097C, Los Angeles. 90025. (213) 477-8226.
NEED TWO TLX FOR UNC BC game. Will pay fair
pries. Call colled 704-366-5929. Ask for Bob.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for Old WeH Apt
88.33month plus A utilities. On J bus route, AC.
nice people. Call Dawn or Amy 967-3015.
MALE ROOMMATE FOR HOUSE ON TAYLOR
ST. off Airport Rd. 1 150 month and Vj utilities. On
bus line. 3 bdrms, kitchen, W & D warm in winter.
ROOMMATE WANTED to share Royal Park Apt.
Prefer quiet studious male. On bus route, furnished,
laundry. Call Chris at 967-5037 anytime. Keep
THIRD FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR 3
bedroom house near Carr Mill, on bus line. $80
month plus utilities. 967-7673 after 6 pm.
STOLEN: CANON AE-1 serial 4315SCS in brown
soft leather case. Substantial reward. Any info call
JANET K. - LOVE YOU and miss you. From
KATHY JACOES - HAPPY EIRTHDAY! 23 on
the 23rd is almost as unique as you are. Have a
great one! J.S.
UN: TIIS FHIXZS 13 ON. If yon need a thaw.
iv me calL Day by Day Is cettSng dlkvJt
and weekends with . Wolipacker not
naderstood. Jttst remember there are two
skies to that cola Grumpy.
HEY DUMBHEAD. Please don't stay mad. I am
truly sorry for yelling at you. You're all 1 think about
morning, noon, end night Let's make up...
'cause 1 Love You! The Real Dumbhead
CONFEDERATE COLONEL: Kosia Belles request
your presence at the plantation 9:00 Thursday night
for the sampling of some of our own special brew.
S.C. PIN3ALL CHAMP - Here's to: Patches.
Astro, "Study Breaks" downtown, UNO, Presidents,
"Where the action is", IR's. CPA's, RDHs and 20th
Birthdays! Have Happy One!!! Love, Your
DAnniLL - And they said ft wouldn't
last ... V$9 showed them. Scared
freshmen, sophomore problems, junior
road trips and now seniors! What do
seniors do? . . . no, not that Happy S
year anniversary! Love You, LISA.
DO NT BE A FRUIT LOOP - Be a Special K.