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2The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, ApMI 7, 1982
By LUCY HOLMAN
Three UNC students were arrested in Fort Bragg
recently while protesting against the Reagan administra
tion's El Salvador policies.
Alex Charns, a UNC law student, and UNC
undergraduates Mark Beaty and Steve Kahn were ar
rested March 27 with Patrick O'Neil, an East Carolina
University student, on charges of trespassing on federal
The four formed a blockade across a street in Fort
Bragg carrying a banner which read 'Stop U.S. Trained
Salvadoran Death Squads." Ten minutes after the pro
test began, the marshalTs deputies arrested the group.
The students were taken before U.S. Magistrate Stuart
Clarke and let out on their own recognizance, without
having to post bail.
William I. Berryhill Jr., U.S. Marshall for the East
District of North Carolina, said the group was arrested
for trespassing because they were not demonstrating in
the area designated for leeal protest
Councilman seeks library, recreation funds
By ANNA TATE
Citing numerous statistics on funding
for public libraries, parks and recreation
departments throughout the state, Chapel
Hill Town Council Member Winston
Broadfoot asked the council to seek more
money from Orange County for the two
town departments this year.
Broadfoot said the county's contribu
tions to the operating costs of the Chapel
Hill Public Library and the recreation
department at least should be doubled.
Town Manager David Taylor, who
originally recommended that Chapel Hill
seek $99,450 for the library and $77,440
Question of funding
Council encourages support for clean
By ALAN MARKS
The Triangle J Council of Governments, comprised of
elected officials from 30 municipalities and six counties
in the triangle area, recently passed a resolution urging
support for the passage of the North Carolina Clean
Water Bond Referendum. The resolution encourages
state officials to schedule the referendum for the next
, The referendum, established in the Clean Water Act
of 1981, would provide local governments with $300
million for water supply and wastewater projects. The
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have a mandatory meeting Wed., April 7 at 4:00 In
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FOUND: CHARM BRACELET ON Franklin Street
after the Georgetown Game. It has a KHS Student
Council Charm and a windmill. Call Mr. Palmer
292-5870 In Greensboro.
FOUND: SET OF KEYS on E-haus Field Friday,
April 2. Call 933-7003 to claim.
FOUND: A ROUND KEY ring with two keys.
Around Methodist Church area last Tuesday. Call
968-0359 to. Identify.
LOST: COLD UNC 2 Class Ring. Name is
engraved inside. Lost sometime on Sunday night.
Please call 933-4364 and 111 identify.
FOUND: UMBRELLA IN GERRARD Hall Monday.
Call 933-5364 after 10:30 pm to claim it.
LOST: TWO GOLD NECKLACES in Feteer
(women's locker room) Monday afternoon. They
are: a 20" chain with sand dollar and a 24" add-a-bead
necklace. Has sentimental value. If found,
please call 933-2968!
Polly Passonneau, a UNC law student present at Fort
Bragg, said the demonstration was designed to make
people look at the problem in El Salvador and to protest
the training of more than 900 Salvadoran troops in Fort
Bragg. "What's going on (the training) is going on in
Fort Bragg. There's a need to direct attention there,"
The Fort Bragg protest was held in conjunction with
the national March on Washington, held the same day,
in protest of U.S. policies in El Salvador.
More than 100 UNC students, faculty members and
Chapel Hill residents drove to Washington in two
chartered buses and several cars to join the crowd of at
least 23,000 gathered at the rally.
"The purpose of the march on Washington was to
send a message to the administration that a large number
of Americans are opposed to U.S. involvement in El
Salvador," said Doug Berger, a UNC undergraduate
who attended the demonstration.
The groups assembled in the nation's capital marched
from noon to about 4 p.m. along a three-mile course
for parks and recreation, said an increase
could be justified.
Broadfoot said Chapel Hill should
receive $200,000 for its library and
$150,000 for parks and recreation.
"We're giving it away still at that,"
Braodfoot said. "We're (Chapel Hill)
more than half the county and we pay
more than half the taxes. We're selling
out too cheap."
Broadfoot said that only five towns in
North Carolina with populations of more
than 10,000 have municipal libraries, and
that 30 percent of the people who used
the Chapel Hill library live outside the ci
ty limits in Orange County.
Taylor said the county now provided
money would be allocated on a statewide and coun
tywide basis by population.
If passed, Orange, County would be guaranteed
$1,048,052 and would be eligible for additional funding
on a statewide basis, said Pat Davis, systems develop
ment manage for the Orange Water and Sewer Authority.
Davis said if the referendum was not passed, OWASA
might have difficulty funding proposed projects such as
the Cane Creek Water Supply Reservoir.
"We would have to come up with additional ways of
financing certain projects," he said. "We would have to
issue additional bonds or find alternate ways of financ
ing such as through rate increases."
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SUMMER JOB OPENINGS-N.C. Va., S C.
Earn $7.10hr. on campus April 13 & 14 Uni
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ENERGETIC PERSON WANTED TO assist in op
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Hill. Assistant managers and drivers (with vehicles)
needed to work 6 pm til 2 am. 3 to 7 days week, be
ginning April 15. Schedules negotiable. Write Sweet
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BURGER KING NOW ACCEPTING for part
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18 percent of the operating costs of the
Chapel Hill library.
Some of the council members express
ed concern over asking the county for
more funds. ,
"It's going to arrive at the point where
it's harassment to them (Orange County
Commissioners) and they will cut it (the
funding) out completely," said Mayor
"Unless we can show a dispropor
tionate share of county residents using
our facilities, I don't think I'd vote for
it," Nassif said.
Council member Jonathan Howes said
that he would be more comfortable ask
ing for increases if he could be a little
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through Lafayette Park, according to Washington
police. . !
Charns said he protested in Fort Bragg instead of mar
ching in Washington because he wanted to protest in a
more forceful way. "I've tried all the level protests that
doesn't work," he said. "Reagan won't listen any other
way. My action forces (the administration) to confront
the issue; it lets them know in Washington that I'm will
ing to go to jail." . -
Charns said he was protesting the fact that Reagan, to
get more aid for El Salvador, is saying the human rights
situation is improving and U.S. policies are helping the
Salvadorans when in reality they are not.
"People were fooled about Vietnam," Charns said. "I
see a pattern appearing in El Salvador policies. I don't
want to see it happen again. It's become a cliche to say
'No More Vietnams,' but to a certain extent it's true."
According to a spokesman for U.S. Magistrate Stuart
Clarke, the four men face the possibility of a $500 fine,
six months in prison or both as penalties for federal
more confident about the statistical
In other business, the council
unanimously approved a resolution gran
ting a special-use permit to Sigma Phi Ep
silon fraternity on Cameron Avenue. The
permit was granted after discussion con
cerning a buffer area between the propos
ed lot for the new house and the adjacent
church parking lot.
Following lengthy debate on the word
ing of a resolution, the council also ap
proved a resolution which restructures
the human services department. The ap
proval was based on a recommendation
from a mayoral task force and the town
Funding from the 1977 Clean Water Fund soon will be
exhausted, making a new referendum necessary. June 30
is the last day local governments and counties can apply
for remaining water and sewer funds.
Davis said two applications were recently submitted to
the state requesting the remainder of Orange County's
allocations from the 1977 Clean Water Fund. v
The requests totalled $573,750, he said. But there may
be some problems in the passage of the referendum,
Davis said. . .
"There had been some discussion to the method of
financing the bonds,' he said. "Some people are afraid
it may. mean an increase in the sales tax.
"Overall, hopefully, people will see the benefit in the
bond act." ;
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Hayden B. Renwick
Research group cites
UNC dropout rate
By ROBERT MONTGOMERY
More than 20 percent of all freshmen
entering UNC do not graduate, and
dropout percentages for blacks and
women are higher than whites and males,
according to a study by UNC Institu
About 1 1 percent of UNC freshmen do
not return for their sophomore year. Of
those freshmen, 18 percent do not reach
their juniorear and 21 percent do not
continue to the senior year, said Timothy
Sanford, associate director of Institu-.
A higher percentage of whites remain
in school at UNC, but blacks haye a
higher dropout rate than other
minorities. The percentage of white
freshmen who do not become
sophomores is 10 percent, while 17 per
cent of the black fresrimen do not return.
All other races have a dropout rate of 18
Hayden B. Renwick, associate dean of
the college of arts and sciences, said that
he thought the dropout percentage for
blacks was higher than the actual figure,
but said he knew of no other studies on
In an average freshman class, 17 per
cent of the white freshmen do not return
for their junior year, and 26 percent of
the black freshmen do not return. For all
other races, 29 percent do not return.
Not returning for the senioryear are 20
percent of the white freshmen while 30
percent of the black freshmen never
become seniors at UNC. About 28 per
cent of the freshman of other races do
not become seniors.
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DESPARATELY NEED RIDE TO Norfolk, Va. or
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wanted to rent
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"O TAY PANKY; - Yes Mr. B, this one's for you,
my elite suthun gentleman. Thanks for a great
weekend. I hope you enjoyed it too. Here's to next
weekend 111 bring your easter basket and the wok
but will the aluminum siding fit in the trunk? Damn
we're good! Love, Bos'. P.S. You owe me $3.85 for
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DEBBIE AND RON -CONGRATULATIONS
on your engagement. It's a perfect
match! Good luck always, Dave. -
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RA ON SECOND FLOOR Winston what
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Well know when you start "studying" the
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HAPPY ANNTVERSERY GREG! These past 3 years
have been the best in my life. Remember
Washington, band trips, the reservoir, Purdy's'.
Dominoes cups and the Subway? I love you dearly,
Lorie. - . 1
'Many students do
not return after their
because of what
could be called
Associate Director of
There are actually more students from
other races who return for their senior
year because of re-enrollment, Sanford
said.. "This accounts for the rise in the
percentages from the junior to senior
"Many students do not return after
their freshman year because of what
could be called culture shock," Sanford
said. He said the study, which has been
conducted since 1974, had produced a
variety of reasons for students leaving
"For many students, UNC is just too
big," he said. He also said many students
leave because of personal or health pro
blems. "Some students also decide on a
major which is not here."
Edith Elliott, assistant vice chancellor
for student affairs, said that "the size of
the University is probably a problem for
some people." But many students return
after leaving for a while, she said.
Harold Wallace, vice chancellor for
University affairs, said he was pleased
with the progress of black students in re
cent years. "We have been improving the
rates of retention for everyone and black
students have increasingly finished school
Wallace also said that UNC did well
considering its size and level of academics
compared to other colleges. "There are a
number of reasons for students to leave,
but the rate'of retention has been improv
ing." The rentention study also showed that
more women than men drop out of
school at UNC, "One of the reasons
women sometimes give for leaving is the
fact they are getting married, but men
never give this reason," Sanford said.
The retention study has shown steady
results, Sanford said. "Each freshman
j i class has had about the same
March of Dimes
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JEFFREY H. - OUR SPECIAL day has arrived
slowly, but aU in due time and tears. You are a
special person in my life and you mean more to me
each day. Thanks for everything. Happy
Anniversary! I love you!! Usarie (Go Wildcats!)
ARE YOU INTO SERIOUS Philanthropy and a
doer of good and noble deeds? If you answered a
resounding YES then help us send Rob A., a
culturally deprived Pharmacy student to Europe
this fall. Contributions of any amount can be
sent to: Benefactors of Rob A. Society, 135
Nature Trail, Chapel Hill.
PATRICK (?) WALKING TO GRANVILLE from
Purdy's, listening to the Doors and kissing while
wearing cheap sunglasses made winning the Finals
something to remember. I'd like a repeat, but I can't
wait 'til next year's Finals. Whaddayasay? The
Teddy Bear's Owner.
GRANDMA MOO: ENJOY NEYEKX and
don't worry, well be fine. Don't fall off the
wagon and 1 can't wait for those thick
burnt crackers. Enjoy, Faulkner.
TO THE POSSUM BLONDE In Four Corners
Monday night Would you like to have four
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contact Mr. Personality. P.S. I am available on
NEED JOURNALISM 53 FROM 9:30-12:15
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caO Lynsley 933-7726.
J.K. THANKS FOR CARING enough to be honest
with me. But don't worry about what the summer
may bring, let's have a good time while we're still
here! Since we're both trying to get in better shape,
maybe we ought to check out that unique guide to
weight loss! Love, CA.
Congratulations Susan, Kenny, Janice. W have
faith in you! :
DEAR BLONDE RUNNER - Xm definitely
interested in getting acquainted. Meet me
at the Old Weil at 6 pm. This Thursday.
DarryTs for dinner? Red. .
7TH SOUTH. Thanks for your support during the
tournament! 1st South.
HANDY - MEET ME AT the Porthole for
breakfast next Thursday. If you think the
roGs are good, wait 'til you taste the
RIP OF DKE HOUSE. There's not going to be
another party big enough for aU of us In Chapel Hill
again. Next time around youU find out what
hostility really is. A suggestion, and not a friendly
one, is for you to live each day as though It was your
last. You never know..