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2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, March 22, 1983
L ocal arrest procedures described
BR I EI
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By TOM CONLON
A Chapel Hill police cruiser pursues a
car on Airport Road. The car is overtaken
by the cruiser and forced to pull off the
road. An officer steps up to the driver and
asks him to step out of the car. What hap
pens to the driver at this point? What are
the procedures local law enforcement of
ficers follow when making an arrest?
Chapel Hill and , Carrboro 1 Police
Departments follow statewide procedures
for arrests and trials, but each department
has additional regulations that apply to its
own community, local law enforcement
"Chapel Hill's departmental regulations
are not that different from state regula
tions, but we have some minor policies of
our own,' Maj. Arnold Gold of the
Chapel Hill Police Department said.
"Police departments set regulations that
' serve the norms of the community. It all
depends on the clientele that you have in a
Gold said that while Chapel Hill is af
fected by all crimes, violent crimes are less
common in Chapel Hill than in many
"We deal with everyone. But being that
we are predominantly a university com
munity, emphasis is placed on other,
areas," he said. "Our biggest problems in
JV. C. banks unhurt by oil price drops
By J. BONASIA
Although some large national banks have been hurt by recent
declines in oil prices, banks in North Carolina have not been af
fected, according to state bank officials.
Since North Carolina banks are not very committed to oil
related loans, they consequently won't be set back by a 20 percent
decline in oil prices, said Mai Murray, senior vice president of
First Union National Bank in Charlotte.
- "The banks here in North Carolina aren't heavily enough into
the problem areas to be threatened," Murray said. "But banks in
some other states like Texas or California have considerable in
vestments in oil exporting nations. They might be hurt."
Thomas Storrs, chairman of North Carolina National Bank of
Charlotte, said that the bank is not deeply involved with oil
developments. In fart, Storrs is optimistic about the price
"The drops in oil prices will make for a better U.S. economy
and we as a state should share in that growth," he said.
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON The economy like
ly will notch 4 percent growth in the first
quarter, the best spurt in two years and
' under way, a governm.ent report showed
President Reagan cited the news as a
promise of a "long and strong" rebound
from the worst recession since World
War II. Other administration officials
were equally optimistic.
Private economists were far more
cautious about the prospects for a robust
and durable upturn that would put
jobless Americans back to work. They
said the recovery could be shattered
unless interest rates decline further.
The Commerce Department's so-called
"flash" report, a crude, preliminary
estimate of economic activity, showed
inflation-adjusted gross national product
expanding at an annual rate of 4 percent
during the first three months of this year.
That would be the fastest growth rate
since the first quarter of 1981 and con
firm the nearly unanimous view of
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Chapel Hill are property crmies, larceny,
vandalism and alcohol-related incidents."
Gold said that most arrests are made at
the officer's discretion, although driving
while intoxicated warrants automatic ar
rest. "Generally we try to avoid arrests where
possible," he said. "Most street offenses
are just citations that set a court date or
the option of paying a fine without a court
appearance. This saves everyone's time
and avoids problems."
If an arrest is warranted, an individual is
taken to the magistrate's office, located in
the Chapel Hill Police Department
building on Airport Road. A magistrate
issues a warrant and posts a bond if he
determines probable cause on the initial ar
rest of the officer.
All misdemeanor cases are handled in
the district court in Chapel Hill, with ap
peals and felonies handled at the superior
court level in Hillsborough, Gold said.
Fingerprints are taken for individuals
charged with a felony or serious misde
. meanors such as assault, but not for DUIs.
Handcuffing is left to the officer's dis
cretion and is used only for the safety of
the officer or person involved.
"Handcuffing is used only when neces
sary," Gold said. "It usually is used to
keep the victim from being agitated,
especially when alcohol is involved."
Gold said that even if serious crimes
An NCNB assistant vice president, Michael Woody, agreed,
adding that on a loan portfolio basis, NCNB's oil involvement is
North Carolina Banking Commissioner Jim Currie called this
state's overall involvement comparatively insignificant.
"Upon examination, all state chartered banks are in good
shape. Their patterns have not been at all erratic," he said. Currie
added that North Carolina has "been blessed with good, solid
banking for some time."
Lower oil prices have been anticipated for months, according
to John Medlin, president of Wachovia Bank and Trust Co. of
Winston-Salem. As a result, some of the biggest domestic oil in
dustry credit problems have surfaced already and been absorbed,
The positive results of the price declines won't be initially
flagrant, Murray said.
"Overall, the positive impact will be a stimulation of general
economic activity," he said. "Essentially, all of our customers will
eventually be helped by it."
economists that the severe recession that
began in mid-1981 drew to an end last
Reagan, in a speech at the Agriculture
Department, said, "We're encouraged
that; ' recovery is under wayt and that it s.
looks like it'll be long ; and strong." J ' r-
Chief White House economist Martin
S. Feldstein said the new estimate sug
gests the economy can sustain a growth
rate of at least 4 percent for the rest of the '
year, a better performance than the $A
percent growth the administration had
forecast just two months ago. . 'f
Treasury Secretary Donald T. Regan,
who misread the deep recession a year
ago by forecasting the economy "would
come roaring back in the spring," said
with a smile: "If one listens closely, one
can almost hear a roar."
The administration's optimism did hot
rub off on private forecasters, who warn
ed that interest rates are still too high)
"Interest rates have to come down
some more for a good second-half
recovery," said Allen Sinai, vice presi
dent of Data Resources, Inc., in Cam
bridge, Mass. "The risks are very high of
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were more prevalent in Chapel Hill, the
department's policies probably would not
"Ninety percent of our action involves
no force, and when there is force, it is
generally only verbal force," Gold said.
"People who are being arrested for the
first time may not be used to authority
telling them to do something. Most people
accept police action, and although they
don't like it, they deal with it themselves."
Most local residents who are arrested
are released by a sign-on bond. Non-local
residents would have a bond posted but
probably would not be jailed, he said.
The Carrboro Police Department fol
lows similar procedures, but has its own
departmental manual, a Carrboro police
official said. Arrests are processed through
the magistrate in Chapel Hill.
In both towns, statewide procedures are
followed in felony cases. A defendant is
required to appear in a district court within
a 96-hour period for a pre-trial hearing. At
this hearing, a defendant is informed of his
charges, has the option to request a state
appointed attorney if he cannot afford a
private one, and a date is set for a pro
bable cause hearing in district court. The
defendant also has the option to discuss his .
bond with the judge, who has the power to
either raise, lower or keep the bond the
the recovery peteringxmt because of high
Sinai added that economic activity is
still pretty flat except for strong gains by
the auto and housing industries.. That
suggests' that the avilian jobless rate -
which1 has receded from a recession peak
of 10.8 percent to a current 10.4 percent
will edge up again.
"The recovery is not broad enough to
encourage business to rehire people at a
rapid clip," he said.
David Ernst, an economist with
Washington-based Evans Economics,
said economic growth will hot be as brisk
this spring. "We are unequivocally out of
recession, but the recovery still has not
spread to all sectors of the economy."
Some economists fear interest rates will
rise this year if the Federal Reserve Board
decides to stop the nation's money supply
from growing as rapidly as it has in the
past few months. The money growth has
helped fueL the recovery, but the central
bank is afraid too much growth will plant
the seeds for high inflation down the
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The Associated Press
WASHINGTON House and Senate negotiators neared
agreement Monday on a compromise, multibiHion dollar jobs
bi3 after' stripping away nearly $1.2-billion in aid to local
governments that prompted a veto threat from the White
The legislation also includes $5 billion to permit 27 states
and the District of Columbia to keep paying unemployment
Congressional leaders predicted the measure would win final
approval of both hquses by the end of the week. Sen. Mark
Hatfield, R-Ore., said administration officials had signaled
strongly during the weekend that President Reagan would veto
any measure with the $1.15 billion in revenue sharing.
The original House bill included a $4.9 billion measure for
jobs and humanitarian relief for victims of the recession, but
provided no increase in regular revenue sharing for cities and
WASHINGTON A House subcommittee Monday voted
to cite Rita M. Lavelk for contempt of Congress just after it
released documents purporting to show White House political
manipulation of the $1.6 billion "superfund" toxic waste
cleanup program she once headed.
The contempt charge came because Lavelle, fired as assis
tant administrator at the embattled Environmental Protection
Agency, refused to obey a subpoena to appear before the
House Energy and Commerce subcommittee on investiga
tions. The vote was 8-0. j
The resolution now goes to the full Energy and Commerce
committee whose chairman, Rep. John D. Dingell, D-Mich.,
is also chairman of the subcommittee. If it passes there, the
full House would consider whether to send the matter to the
U.S. attorney in Washington for possible criminal prosecution.
WASHINGTON The Senate's march toward passage of
the Social Security rescue bGl was slowed Monday by a new ef
fort to thwart a government plan to have banks withhold 10
percent of interest and dividend income.
Sen. John Melcher, D-Mont. , offered an amendment to the
rescue bill to delay the July 1 start of withholding on bank ac
counts and stock holdings for six months.
It was unclear how long the Senate would debate Melcher's
amendment. The Senate passed a jobs bill last week after it
was tied up for days by an effort to repeal the withholding
Melcher said the withholding was "an injustice" that would
deprive people of money that could be earning more interest.
N.C. politicians take ' sides in primary
The Associated Press
. Prominent politicians in North Carolina
say they are feeling pressures to choose
among the many potential presidential
candidates vying for their support.
The North Carolina primary will com
mit at least 80 delegates for the Democratic
presidential nomination in 1984, and could
make the difference if the nomination pro
cess remains close.
y. Former U.S.. Senr. Robert Morgan may
have to choose among six hopefuls., While
Morgan was in the Senate, he sat next to
Sen. John Glenn of Ohio and considers
Glenn a good friend. But Morgan also was
a close confidant of Sen. Gary Hart of
Morgan and Sen. Alan Cranston of
California teamed up together on a special
commission on housing. Morgan will in
troduce Cranston next month at a business
convention in Pinehurst.
Morgan also will introduce Sen. Dale
Bumpers of Arkansas at a state Demo
cratic Party function next month in
Morgan and Sen. Ernest Hollings of
South Carolina go back together many
years in Southern politics. And Morgan
said he and former Vice President Walter
Mondale "were very close."
For now, Morgan said, he's' for Mon
dale. But he will keep an option open for
Hollings should the dark-horse campaign
of the former South Carolina governor
"It looks as if I'm going to support
John Glenn," said U.S. Rep. Robin Britt
. of Greensboro. "He is a true moderate,
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and I think he represents where the Demo
cratic Party ought to be going." '
Mondale came to Greensboro last fall
and campaigned for Britt's long-shot can
didacy for Congress.
Glenn also gave Britt a hand, , touring
Guilford, Alamance and Davidson coun
ties very early in Britt's campaign to unseat
Republican incumbent Eugene Johnston.
Britt will appear at a giant fund raiser for
Glenn in Raleigh Friday night.' '.
. Former US. Rep. Richardson Preyer
also is being wooed by the candidates, but
he said he probably will not take sides
because he heads a statewide Democratic
unity group called the N.C. Campaign
Fund. y, :t,:-V
"The fund is trying to raise money for
Democrats in general, and I think it might
handicap that effort if I took a strong
position," said Preyer, who divides his
time between helping the party and
teaching at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Gov. James B. Hunt Jr. plans to meet
with Glenn when he comes to Raleigh, but
Hunt press aide Brent Hackney said this
should not be interpreted as an endorse
ment. "He's not ready to jump on any
one's bandwagon," Hackney said.
The governor's goal is to find "a candi
date acceptable to the mainstream Demo
crats in the South," Hackney said. "But
he has no preconceived notion who that
Glenn spent several nights at the Gover
nor's Mansion last fall. Hollings, Hart,
Mondale and Reubin Askew, former two
term governor of Florida, also have visited,
State Sen. Russell Walker of Asheboro,
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BRUSSELS, Belgium European finance ministers re
solved the French-German money crisis in a sweeping align
ment of currencies Monday, patching up a quarrell just hours
before a Common Market summit.
The highlight of the accord was a 2.5 percent devaluation of
the weak French franc and a 5.5 percent upward revaluation
of the strong German mark in relation to an agreed central
rate in the European Monetary system.
The aim was to make French products more attractive than
German exports and help ease France's $13.6 billion foreign
trade deficit. It also boosted the U.S. dollar, which rose sharp
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It was the seventh realignment of the system since it was
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WASHINGTON After four days of varying degrees of
togetherness, giant pandas Ling-Ling and Hsing-Hsmg are set
tling back into their normal routine while zoo officials are
watching the calendar. . , N
If all the right things happen, Ling-Ling will give birth be
tween late July and early September to the first panda cub born
in the United States.
Hsing-Hsing, however, would have good reason to ask
ling-Ling whether the cub is his.
After seven seasons of relative disinterest, the two pandas
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zoo officials artificially inseminated Ling-Ling twice during the
weekend with sperm from Chia-Chia, her one-time suitor.
LONDON Sir Richard Attenborough's Gandhi swept
the honors at the British Academy Awards Sunday night, win
ning the best picture citation and the best actor award for Ben
Kngsley, who portrayed the Indian leader.
Attenborough was named best director and Rohini Hat
tangandy, who played the role of Gandhi's wife, was voted
joint winner for best supporting film actress.
The other winner of the best supporting actress award was
Maureen Stapleton for her part in Reds.
Katherine Hepburn was named best actress for her perfor
mance in On Golden Pond, as she did at the American
Academy Awards last year. Jack Nicholson was voted best
supporting actor for Reds.
The Costa-Gavras film Missing received the best screenplay
award and the Italian-French movie Christ Stopped at Eboli
won the best foreign film prize.
The best original song from a film was "Another Brick in
the WallV from the movie Pink Floyd The Wall.
Blade Runner won the best cinematography, best produc
tion design and best costume awards.
chairman of the state Democratic Party,
said he will take sides in the 1984 Demo
cratic race, but he isn't ready to say which
"I'll probably be stepping down as par
ty chairman this year," Walker said. "If I
do, that releases me to have some prefer
ence for the party nominee."
U.S. Rep. Stephen Neal, whose 5th Dis
trict includes Rockingham County, said he
isn't ready for an early endorsement of a
"I like several people Senator Glenn,
Vice President Mondale, Senator
Hollings,,' Neal said. All three cam
paigned for Neal in his '82 re-election bid.
:. And he termed Hart a "very impressive
. The presidential candidates also will
court North Carolina's heavily Democratic
black population. But black voters may
play bird to get.
; ."There is a possibility of a black can
didate coming out for the purpose of let
' ting people know that blacks are upset,"
said ; H.M. "Mickey" Michaux of
Durham, a U.S. attorney in the Carter ad
ministration and one of the state's most in
fluential black Democrats.
He said civil rights activist Jesse Jack
son, U.S. Rep. Walter Fauntroy of the
District of Columbia and Mayor Richard
Hatcher of Gary, Ind., were possible black
Michaux said he has been contacted
directly of indirectly by all of the can
didates. "I'm looking at Mondale, Hart and
Glenn," he said.
' FRIDAY IS BLUE JEANS Day sponsored by CGA. AB Gay
Men and women and other people who support them are en
couraged to wear their eans.
SUZANNE THANKS FOR A fantastic time Saturday
evening! Here's to Amaretto, Reverently humorous dinner
companions, and the charming ladies of Sigma Sigma
Sigma. Formally, Anthony. ,
YEAH KATHY KELLY. MAYBE tsw i
He, a to late. . .bat are oe
pie, Cafe Cradle, fried cUckea, pigs eat roof
tops, mmd him aiehe. Gfcre rosf a hastdm Bast-
SEE LIVE BIRTH! Last Friday was only a false labor. Come
)oai the Order of the Gingjko as we give birth to a Gingko
sapbng. Why: To celebrate Arbor Day When: 3:20 p.m.,
Tuesday, March 22. Where: S-6 parking lot beside hospital
parking deck. Everyone is welcome.
MARK H. ROBINSON
for Ehrtnghaus Social Lieutenant Governor
1) Making Ehrtnghaus a better place to bvc
2) Getting more Input from residents
3) Having more fun events, not Just beer
4) Having a whole lot of fun
5) Doing my best
Vote Mark Robinson Today
Your RENOB Candidate
Paid for by the people who support Mark H. Robinson.
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT, NUTRITION, FITNESS, Stress,
Dieting. Sexuality, Contraception. Substance Use Abuse. If
any of these are of Interest or concern to you, come to the
Second Annual New Well Spring Health Fair, TODAY,
Carolina Union, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
FRATEKNIITES. . DOKMS, SORORITIES. Wia
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Ctrte fat the Z.B.T. Lag coot cat. Friday. March
25. Enjoy aw ASaaspsM Charity Bessefit c
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snsd Skaal. Copsahag mmd Hapaw Days. For bs
fo or to aasar. CaS Matt at 967-9194 ew Wayste at
968-8146. WIS also ha aa the Pit. Eats Now!
Happy Belated Birthday to our favorite Andron Drenched
Sex object. We want to party with you! Love, The Oak Terrace
KELLY KEY. GEE, YOU are getting old: you are now
21 -Wow! Hope you have a "lovely day-Love. Elaine.
APARTHEID. U.S. CORPORATIONS AND Divest
menf four native South Africans wiB debate on the role
of U.S. corporations In apartheid. Wednesday 7:30,
Greenlaw 101. Discussion afterwards.
FELLAS. SUSAN L. IS no
longer a teenager. If you see her.
give her a big lusst FYBS.