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2The Daily Tar HeelMonday, January 16, 1984
Reagan 's speech praises military spending
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON President Reagan,
trying to calm fears about the risk of war
between the United States and Soviet
Union, says his big buildup in military
spending "is making the world a safer
place" and putting America in a strong
position to forge a "realistic" relation
ship with the Kremlin.
In a speech two weeks before his ex
pected re-election announcement, Reagan
says, "I believe 1984 finds the United
States in its strongest position in years to
establish a ' constructive and . realistic
working relationship with the Soviet
The president will make the remarks in
a nationally broadcast address at 10 a.m.
EST today from the East Room of the
White House. Excerpts of the address
were released in advance.
White House advisers who insisted on
anonymity said a chief purpose of the
speech was to try to dispel any image of
Reagan in this election year of being
"warlike" or a "warmonger."
In the past, Reagan has labeled the
Kremlin "an evil empire" whose leaders
resort to lying and cheating. He was ex
pected to soften his tone in Monday's
speech and appear more conciliatory.
In his prepared remarks. Reagan allud
ed to three years of large increases in Pen
tagon spending, which includes funds for
protection of the 10-warhead MX nuclear
missile and the B-l bomber.
"America's deterrence is more credible
and it is making the world a safer place;
safer because now there is less danger that
the Soviet leadership will underestimate
our strength or question our resolve," the
Reagan's speech comes against the
backdrop of a suspension in U.S.-Soviet
negotiations for curbing long-range and
medium-range nuclear weapons and
reducing conventional forces in Europe.
The president was expected to urge
Moscow to return to the bargaining table.
The timing of the speech is complicated
by the fact that the administration is
ready to send Congress a report charging
that the Soviets have violated at least
three arms agreements and probably have
The administration is concerned that
the report, corning on the heels of
Reagan's conciliatory speech, will send
out a confusing signal about the presi
dent's interest in improving relations with
Meanwhile, in London, Secretary of
State George P. Shultz, about to launch a
new drive to thaw U.S.-Soviet relations,
told British officials Sunday he would not
offer concessions to get stalled nuclear
disarmament talks resumed.
Shultz told Foreign Secretary Sir Geof
frey Howe that he will take a tough line
when he sees Soviet Foreign Minister An
drei A. Gromyko during the European
disarmament conference in Stockholm.
The conference opens Tuesday, and
Shultz is expected to meet Gromyko on
American officials said the meeting
could be the current Reagan administra
tion's last move to ease East-West ten
sions before U.S. elections in November.
"The United States is seeking a broad
and open "- dialogue with the Soviet
Union," a U.S. official told reporters
"after Shultz met with Howe.
In Moscow, the Soviet Union signaled
Sunday that it was likely to spurn any
olive branch offered by President Reagan
or by Western nations resuming dialogue
with the East in Stockholm this week.
The official newspaper Sotsialisticheskaya
Industriya (Soviet Industry) said super
power relations had hit the "lowest
point" possible and gave little hope they
would improve soon. It said Reagan's
speech on U.S.-Soviet relations would be
just a campaign ploy to convince
American voters that he is not "fanning
Church services observe King's birthday
The Associated Press
The nation marked the birthday of the
late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on Sun
day with ecumenical church services,
memorial dinners, concerts and tree
planting ceremonies, while the widow of
the slain civil rights leader called it a day
to "celebrate a life."
"I hope from this day we will recommit
ourselves to the dream of equality and ...
freedom for all of God's children," Cor
etta Scott King said during a reception at
the First Annual New Jersey Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Holiday Concert in
"I'm sorry to say that in the state of
Georgia, we don't have a Martin Luther
King Jr. holidav." said Mrs. King, referr
ing to her husband's home state. King, a
black minister who won the Nobel Peace
Prize, was assassinated in April 1968. He
would have been 55 Sunday.
King's birthday became a New Jersey
state holiday in 1977. The federal holiday
honoring King, created by controversial
legislation signed by President Reagan on
Nov. 2, does not go into effect until 1986.
"We waited 15 years, we can wait a lit
tle while longer," Mrs. King said of the
At least 18 states and the District of
Columbia observe an official Martin
Luther King holiday.
Mrs. King was in Atlanta on Friday
night at a "Salute to Greatness" dinner in
honor of one of her husband's early
followers. Mayor Andrew Young. Some
1,500 people paid $150 a plate to attend
the gala whose proceeds were to benefit
the Atlanta-based Martin Luther King Jr.
Center for Nonviolent Social Change.
Former President Jimmy Carter, who
named Young United Nations . am
bassador after winning the election in
1976, lauded Young and King as peace
makers and diplomats.
"Martin Luther King Jr. and ... Andy
Young taught us what greatness is that
it comes from strength, an inner strength
... but not from weapons of war," Carter
The dinner and an earlier march and
rally were the highlights of King Week
'84. The celebration also marked the 16th
anniversary- of the King Center and the
passaee of the mional hnlidav
The Associated Press
BEIRUT, Lebanon The battleship New Jersey and an
American destroyer shelled artillery positions in the hills east
of the capital Sunday after an attack on U.S. Marines ignited
a fuel depot and forced the closing of Beirut's airport, a
Marine spokesman said.
No Americans were wounded in the fighting, said Maj.
Dennis Brooks, a Marine spokesman in Beirut.
Brooks said both the New Jersey, the world's only opera
tional battleship, and the 6th Fleet destroyer Tattnall fired
5-inch guns. Marines on the ground also fired back at the
positions attacking the American base.
Brooks said Marines at the eastern and southeastern por
tions of the airport came under "intense 23mm anti-aircraft
"As U.S. forces responded with 81mm mortars, they were
attacked by a heavy concentration of mortars and rockets,
which damaged a fuel supply depot of the U.S. contingent of
the multinational force," Brooks said.
, Brooks said the three-hour battle ended at about 6:30 p.m.
local time. He did not say how many rounds the ships fired.
, SCHWAEBISCH-GMUEND, West Germany An
American soldier who reported himself kidnapped by a Ger
man group opposed to nuclear missiles was found unharmed
Sunday in a Bavarian barn.
Police and Army officials said they were treating the case
as a kidnapping but also were investigating other
A farmer and his mother found Spec. 4 Liam Fowler, 21,
of Daytona Beach, Fla., huddled under a blanket in their
barn shortly before dawn near Rosenheim, in the Munich
Fowler was treated for exposure at a hospital near the
farm and escorted by German police back to Schwaebisch
Gmuend, about 140 miles to the northwest, where he was
reunited with his wife, Nikki. He did not speak to reporters.
WASHINGTON After two decades of rapid growth,
the amount of financial aid available for college students has
dropped by $2 billion in the past two years, the College
Board said Sunday. .
The decline from a peak of $18 billion in 1981-82 is even
greater if inflation is taken into account, according to
"Trends in Student Aid: 1963 to 1983," a study prepared by
the board'sWashington office.
Allowing for inflation, the real value of student aid has
dropped 21 percent in the 1980s, the board said in the study
funded by the Ford Foundation.
The report traced most of that decline to the 1981 decision
by the Reagan administration and Congress to phase out
Social Security benefits for college students, to restrictions
on eligibility for Guaranteed Student Loans and to a drop in
the use of veterans benefits.
WINSTON-SALEM The publishers of eight North
Carolina newspapers are asking a federal court to end secret
jury questioning in the civil rights trial of nine Ku Klux
Klansmen and Nazis.
The nine are charged in connection with the November
1979 shooting deaths of five anti-Klan demonstrators in
Last week, U.S. District Judge Thomas Flannery ques
tioned prospective jurors in secret about their opinions in the
civil rights case.
The newspaper publishers challenged Flannery's closed
door policy. Flannery denied the newspapers' request, and
they appealed. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in
Richmond, Va., ordered Flannery to stop his secret question
ing pending a hearing Monday.
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Judge Phillips. "It seems like a big waste of
taxpayers' money to go through the whole pro
cess all over again. I want the man to have
justice, but I also want the officers who were
killed to have justice. There's no doubt he did
it. I was there."
Five demonstrators were on hand at the
prison road entrance on Western Boulevard
but had left by 6 a.m. after learning Hutchins
would not be executed.
A vigil by UNC students was planned at the
prison, although it was not carried out because
of the stay, said UNC student. Melani
MrMlkfer said about 100 people attended
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vigil on the capitol grounds Thursday night,
but only four to six of them were University
students. A vigil outside the Chapel Hill post
office Thursday afternoon brought 40 people.
"It's always good to hear there was a stay,
because I think there were a lot of unresolved
legal issues," she said. "It's a very emotional
time for those of us working against the death
penalty at the last minute."
As the day progressed, reporters awaited
word from the U.S. Supreme Court while one
of Hutchins' lawyers visited the prison in mid
afternoon. At 5:15, word arrived of the Supreme
Court's 5-4 decision to vacate hn -
Minutes after the ruling, Hutchins' attorneys
Smith and Joseph B. Cheshire were successful
in getting the N.C. Supreme Court to order a
new execution date based on a 1981 state law.
The law calls for a new execution date after a
Whether Gov. Jim Hunt's inaction on the
case would be a political liability was unknown
but didn't matter, said Brent Hackney, Hunt's .
Deputy Press Secretary. "You have to avoid
action in a case like this because it's a judg
ment call," he said. "It's a matter of life and
death, right and wrong, and politics has no
place in a decision of awesome magnitude."
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JAZZ THE UNC AUDIENCE for Jazz will meet Moo., Jan.
16 In the Union at 7:00 pm. Carpoob planned for
Greensboro Jan Festival.
DIVE THE CAYMAN ISLANDS Spring Break! Come to the
meeting January 25th at 7 pm tai 304 Woollen Gym or call
942 1719 or 968-1271.
UNC BALLROOM DANCE CLUB will meet Monday. Jan.
16th at 7:30 In Women' Gym (Studio A. beside Kessing
Pool.) Everyone welcome!
THE BLACK INK STAFF will meet Monday, Jan. 16 at 5:00
In The Black Ink Office. All Interested persona arc urged to
Informational Open Houses
for the N.C. Fellows Pro
gram will be held In the
Union on Sunday, January
15 and Wednesday, January
18 from 3 to 5 p.m. Interest
ed freshmen are invited to
ORDER OF THE BELL Tower membership drive Jan.
16-30. Applications may be picked up at the Union Desk and
returned there by Jan. 30. Get involved!
THE WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL CLUB is meeting every
Tues. and Thurs. from 7:30-9:30 in Fetzer A starting Jan. 17.
Call Michele at 967-2030 for more info.
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FOUND: RECORD ALBUMS AT Chase Hall bus stop
around the first week of Dec. 1983. (Last semester) call
933-3649 and Identify
LOST: GOLD BRACELET AT Parths oa Tee.
Jan. letfc. If foand pUase caH 933-5212 aad ask
for Atteoa. Howard.
MARY C. I FOUND your brown purse with calculator and
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FOUND: BICYCLE CHAIN ON east Franklin Street on Jan.
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specializing in water sports (sailing, water skiing, swimming
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MARY AND MEL1NDA: CONGRATS on the new positions!
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