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2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, October 27, 1981
Convict killed in gunhdttle linked to Brink's heist
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The AsKOciated Press
NEW YORK A convict slain in a
gunbattle with police was linked Monday
to the earlier $1.6 million Brink's heist in
which members of the Weather Under
ground allegedly killed two policemen
and a guard.
Police sources said a .38-caliber slug
found in the pocket of the convict
Sam Smith, came from the gun of Nyack
Police Sgt. Edward O'Grady Jr., one of
Smith was killed and Nathaniel Burns,
a former Black Panther, was arrested
after Friday's shootout. Both men were
wearing bulletproof vests and Smith had
a bandaged chest wound consistent with
having a slug stopped by his vest.-
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offer eight weekly classes October 28 through Dec
ember 17. $21.00. For more information and regis
tration call 967-9686.
SCUBA CLASS: STARTS: OCT 29 runs: T, T
nites 6:30-9:30 finished before Christmas.
Place: Chapel Hill Recreation Center call Bill at
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TAKE A RELAXING BREAK with beginners' yoga
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breath and thought, smooths you out, and renews
your energy. Class runs Oct. 29-Dec. 10, Monday &
Thursday. 6:00-7:15. $10.00. For registration &
info, call Carrboro Parks & Rec. Dept., 942-8541.
THE CLEF HANGERS
Coming November 20th
FTJE-LAW FORUM WILL BE HELD WED
NESDAY October 28, 9:00-1:00 In the
Greet Hail. Representatives for North
Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia
Law Schools will be present. Interested
stadents are welcome.
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS MAJORS! NEED HELP
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PQTNSA APPLICANTS: PLEASE CONTACT Tori
at 929-2116. Leave name and number.
SCUBA CLUB MEETS THIS WEDNESDAY
NIGHT at 7:00 in Room 304 Woollen Gym. Patrick
Noonan of Greenpeace will give a talk and slide
SCIENCE FICTION FANTASY. HALLOWEEN!
Cekbrate it and get to know other fans at the F
&SF Club's party, Thurs. at 7:00 p.m. in 206
Union. Wear a costume and bring snacks.
Fandom forever! '
O'Grady, another police officer and a
Brink's guard were killed last Tuesday
during the ambush of a Brink's armored
car and subsequent shootout in suburban
Nyack that led to the arrest of the Weather
Underground's Katherine Boudin.
The ballistics test provided the first
definite link between the two incidents,
the police source said.
Smith and Burns were spotted in the
New York City borough of Queens last
. Friday in a car with a license plate mat
ching one seen on a car connected by
police to the Brink's case.
The ballistics results came as a grand
jury sitting in a Queens courthouse began
hearing evidence stemming from the
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lost Ci found
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room 2nd floor undergrad library. Sentimental
value. Reward offered. Call Bill 967-1393. Please
BRENDA McDANIELS DONT WORRY I found
your bus pass call 933-4632 or come by 650 Hinton
James after 5 pm.
FOUND DORM KEY on Joyner Cobb Courts
Thursday Afternoon. Contact 933-6188 to identify.
LOST TAN SUEDE JACKET AT HARRISON'S
Oct. 20th please call 933-5622. Nice reward.
LOST: BROWN NYLON WALLET IN WILSON
Library on October 22nd. If found, please call
Ashley at 933-4919.
LOST MEN'S SILVER SEIKO WATCH. Reward
offered. Call 933-3823.
LOST: KHAKI AND NAVY reversible Jacket at
Purdys Saturday nite. Am appealing to your sense
of conscience. Please return to Purdys or call
EARN $5hour in U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency breathing experiments on the UNC-CH
Campus. We need healthy non-smoking males, age
18-40, with no allergies and no hay fever. Initial
time committment is 10-15 hours, including free
physical examination. Call 966-1253 for more infor
mation, 8-5 Monday-Friday.
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LOOK GOOD IN SWIMSUTTS? Women
needed for photographic modeling for
advertising promotion. Minimum 5 '2.
Excellent pay, flexible hours. CaU Diane or Bob
CAROLINA INN Is looking for courageous students
to work the breakfast shift (free breakfasts). Apply in '
person at the Inn. For more details can 929-4630
nights. Promotional opportunities. Good pay (no
REBUILT VW ENGINE. CALL COLLECT
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CRAIGE CONTRACT FOR SALE cheap. Quiet
atmosphere and studious roommate. Available
Nov. 10. Call Lynne at 933-3426 before 8 am and
after 9:30 pm.
GRANVILLE EAST CONTRACT Nice living with
food and utilities provided. Available for spring
semester. Beth 933-1768.
Extra heavy security was in place at the
Queens courthouse as a grand jury began
hearing evidence about Friday's shoot
out involving Burns and Smith.
Authorities were especially concerned
about security because schematic
diagrams of the Queens court buildings
were among the materials confiscated in
10 raids in the metropolitan area since the
Brink's job and the arrest of four, includ
Smith's police record, extending from
1963, included charges of attempted
murder and robbery. He was imprisoned
in 1971 for an armed robbery in which he
shot and wounded two officers but
jumped parole two years later.
But police said Smith had no known
connections with any radical or terrorist
In other developments:
The arraignment of Burns was post
poned until today at which time court will
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collect 1-469-1110 after 6. -
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convene in Kings County Hospital, of
ficials said. Prison officials acknowledged
that Burns was hospitalized after sustain
ing "blunt abdominal trauma" of undis
Documents found in a raided East
Orange, N. J., terrorist safe house showed
that the merged Black Liberation Army
and Weather Underground had planned
to kidnap executives of major corpora
tions for ransom, according to a publish
A hearing was postponed for five
people charged in connection with a
violent demonstration last month against
a South African rugby team in which acid
was thrown at a police officer. A car
registered to one of the defendants was
used in the Brink's shootout.
Two Weather Underground fugitives
arrested Friday night in the Bronx waived
.extradition to New Jersey before a U.S.
magistrate in Manhattan.
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ROOMMATE WANTED: FEMALE TO share
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Bomb, rocks shopping district
LONDON (AP) A Scotland Yard explosives expertas killed Monday while
trying to defuse a bomb planted by IRA guerrillas in a fast-food restaurant on
London's crowded Oxford Street, police said.
Another bomb was found in a nearby department store and defused, police
said. The Irish Republican Army issued a statement in Belfast claiming respon
sibility for the bombs.
The blast shattered the front of Wimpy's hamburger bar and caused panic
among hundreds of people on the street, London's most popular shopping dis
trict. Police sealed off the area.
Haitian refugees drown off coast
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less than a half-mile from shore, the U.S. Coast Guard said. The 34 others aboard
the boat survived.
Card drive today for UNICEF
Greeting cards, stationery, postcards,
wall and desk calendars, puzzles and
children's paper toys will be on sale in
room 104 of Campus Y beginning today
at 11 a.m.
The card drive is sponsored by the UNI
CEF Committee of the Campus Y to raise
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Milton's is a member of the country's most powerful buying co-op.
We pay less than wholesale and sell our fine clothes way below
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1 am surprised and offended at the response from
several candidates to my WCHL commentary. The
tone of these paid ads indicate a distressing
disregard for accuracy and fair-play. Moreover,
both political groups are. sad to say, guilty of using
such tactics. For the -sake of fairness, my entire
commentary is reprinted below:
I am currently a senior at the University and a
resident in Carrboro. While Tve been active on
campus and in local issues, Tve realized many of
the effects of today's actions wfll occur after I
leave the Chapel Hiil-Carrboro community.
One limitation of student involvement in local
government is our short lifespan as a resident.
Four years seems too brief fof us to understand
the history and tradition of certain issues and
becoming involved as informed citizens.
"The upcoming Carrboro town elections offer an
excellent case in, point. Eight years ago, well .
before the arrival of the current generation of '
students, a coalition was formed consisting of
students, UNC employees and black and white
long time residents demanding a change. This
group, the Carrboro Community Coalition,
fought for access for all to town hall and the
installment of bus service.
"Eight years later, the Coalition's success has
been tremendous. The halls of town government
are open to everyone and the bus system faith
fully serves the community.
"A measure of this success . is the current
. campaign. Nearly all of the candidates seeking
office say they support the bus system, including
those who formerly opposed the system in
previous campaigns. This - overwhelming .
support for the bus system is so crucial in light
of the high probability of reduced federal funds
for public transit.
"Yet we students need to remember who the
original supporters of the Carboro bus system '
were members of die Carrboro Community
Coalition. Their continued support for the bus
system is assured it's been proven and tested.
We students need similar, solid assurances of
support from other candidates.
"Opportunities for such questioning will be
. available soon. Student Government will
sponsor a forum in the Pit; the League of
Women Vofers will hold another forum at Town
HaU. I urge everyone to attend these forums and .
'question the candidates and vote on
Though the paid ad was a personal attack, it seems
to this avid reader of the DTH personals to be a bit
inappropriate. It's a sad comment when campus
campaigns demonstrate more maturity than this..
. local election.
DEAR "JUST CURIOUS." Tm sorry this Is
getting so frustrating and expensive but 1
have no other way to commnnicate with yon.
I was the guy that sat right next to yon (your
left) at the movie. If yon are still interested,
name time and place in personals (last one)
and FU meet yon (anytime after 2:00 daring
week). I know who yon are so 111 recognize
yon when I see yon. "Mystery Man."
SEND YOUR SWEETHEART A FLOWER PI
Kappa Phi pledges are selling carnations for the'
Homecoming Game Clemson. Carnations
delivered Friday afternoon. November 6. 967-9385.
money for UNICEF, an international or
ganization which aids children in 111
Hours for the drive at 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
male Luork irorcas
Mon-Sat 10-6:30; Sun 1-4
C.P.W. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! ITS BEEN A terrific
ten months. Here's to ten more! Ich liebe dich.
CHARLES-YOU ARE SO DAMN COOL! Happy
21st Birthday (you silly man). Let s celebrate
together when you're back from Greensboro. I love
IN RETALIATION TO A REMARK MADE
Sat Nit I want to let it be known to
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. INGRID R
stuffs her Bra and has recently under
gone a sex change- She Is also currently
rotting away with some incnrable
disease. Signed, Gone to Colo. DE
HBK, alias Hal, alias G.Q.-the friendly freshman
I enjoyed the fireside chat. Let's shag the night
TO THE DENTAL HYGIENE MAJOR 1 MET IN
section 15 of the State game: Thanks for the visor.
P.S. I didn't catch your name.
MEN OF CARR: MICKY WOULDVE BEEN
proud. Chip Thanks for the booze (read ' my
note?). Chris Thanks for the fine dancing and
company. By the way, who's hat? Daphne
ADIDAS JACKET THIEF AT HOT TUB PARTY:
How you feelin' with your new jacket, keys, and
checkbook? Call David at 942-3256 and let me
OH ADMIRER WE MUST GET TOGETHER
"Witchy night and visit our feathered friends! Venus
ECOS PEOPLE-WANT TO RECYCLE
some old papers? Come by the DTH
cClce between 9-5 Ask for Linda. ,
P HERE'S TO A GREAT YEAR! It was definitely
worth , the difficulty in getting it started. Ill live
through a lot more difficulty before FU see this one
end. Nothing's ever routine. I love you more than
KIM. ni. BET YOU THOUGHT WE FORGOT
Whoa Clifford! Not vs. Happy Birthday from Amy,
Lorrie, and Antonio
TO SRW-885. 1 have tried unsuccessfully to get
in touch with you this semester. Would like for
us to get together sometime. If interested let me
know how to reach you. Your highway (and
now campus) admirer.
DEAR DADDY: THANK YOU FOR YOUR
recent memo. Tm fine, how are yon? This Is
onr college newspaper. Not too well will ten
bat with a lot of charm. May 1 remind yon that
the rent Is dne soon? Pleas feel free to do
the crossword puzzle and read Doonesbnry.
Big kng for Annt Alice. Would like to say
more but this costs by the word. Love,
DONNA: Though Saturday night was educational,
next time Td like to pick you up before I take you
home. Let's "look" Into this. "A Southern
DELL Will 19 and 21 really mix? Watch for a run
on kahlua and rum. Long walks, late night talks and
a great year with the BEST roommate. Happy
Birthdayl! Love ya-Mary. '