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2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, November 7, 1989
World aed Nation
light to. West continues umiabafec
From Associated Press reports
SCHIRNDING, West Germany
East Germans crossed the border by the
carload in a cold, light rain Monday,
including a young couple who came
directly from their wedding still wear
ing formal attire.
West Germans who watched the
stream of cars entering West Germany
from Czechoslovkia predicted many
refugees would return home if commu
nist East Germany introduced enough
The waiting line of vehicles was 400
yards long at the Schimding crossing in
"A lot of them will go back if there
ate true democratic changes that create
real trust in the government," said music
teacher Franz Meixner from Wuerzburg
in central Bavaria. "I estimate it could
Meixner, who is 60 and left East
Berlin for the West in 1948, said his
sympathy went out to the newcomers.
"My neighbors say, 'Why are they
coming here?'" he said.
"Especially the young West Ger
mans claim the refugees are taking away
jobs and apartments. I tell my neigh
bors they should go over there and see
how they like it."
Last month, East Germany an
nounced an amnesty that appears to
allow the return of any of the tens of
thousands who have fled without exit
ADN, the official East German news
agency, said late Monday more than
23 ,000 citizens had left through Czecho
slovakia in the previous three days.
They join more than 150,000 who have
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emigrated legally, escaped or failed to
return from approved trips abroad this
West German officials have had to
requisition temporary shelter, and
demands have arisen that the flow of
refugees be ended.
Chancellor Helmut Kohl said politi
cal and economic reform was needed in
East Germany to keep its people home.
Gabi Engmann, standing in the rain
at the Schirnding crossing, said she
also believed many refugees would
return if reforms came to pass.
In West Germany, "they will cer
tainly find there is a real housing short
age," said the 52-year-old hairdresser
Kohl's government has promised a
major building program to ease the
shortage, and is recommending the use
of vacant offices as apartments.
Manfred Mueller, 59, of nearby Hof,
believed the pull on refugees would be
strong if conditions improved in East
Germany. "Just consider how much
they left behind friends, relatives
and almost all their belongings."
Government officials estimated late
last month that about one-third of East
Germans who had arrived since Sep
tember still were unemployed.
Red Cross officials say they expect
up to 400,000 from the Soviet Union
and other East European countries this
ARD-TV said the East Germans were
arriving with "huge hopes."
It showed the couple crossing the
border in their wedding finery.
Sylvio Lube, 21, rode his motorcy
Christian leader's followers
protest Lebanese elections
From Associated Press reports
BEIRUT, Lebanon A strike
called by Gen. Michel Aoun, the
Christian army commander, virtually
closed down east Beirut on Monday,
and his followers filled the streets to
protest the election of a Syrian-backed
Rioting Aoun loyalists stormed the
residence of Nasrallah Sfeir, the
Maronite Catholic patriarch, who
supported Rene Mouawad's election
as president Sunday, and forced him
to kiss a portrait of the general.
Mouawad, 64, and Aoun, 54, are
Maronites, the main Christian sect in
Aoun declared a "war of libera
tion" this year on the 40,000 Syrian
soldiers stationed in Lebanon under a
1 976 peacekeeping mandate from the
Arab League. He issued a statement
Monday urging supporters to limit
their protests to civilized methods.
News in Brief
Birth control suits progress
WASHINGTON The Supreme
Court on Monday removed the last
legal obstacle to carrying out a $2.5
billion settlement for victims of the
Dalkon Shield birth-control device.
But compensatory payments may
not begin until spring, and no one
could say how many of the nearly
100,000 women with active claims
will receive substantial payments.
The justices, over one dissenting
vote, rejected a challenge by some
650 women to the settlement reached
with the maker of the device.
Marketed in the early 1970s, the
Dalkon Shield allegedly caused in
fertility, spontaneous abortions or,
in some cases, death.
For the Record
The UNC Entrepreneurs Club is not
planning to start a business, as was
reported in The Daily Tar Heel Nov. 2
("UNC Entrepreneurs Club making
preparations for own business").
The business described in the story,
which would include movie rentals and
up to five other services, is being
planned by UNC Student Agencies, a
branch of student government.
Also, Chris Morton, president of the
UNC Entrepreneurs Club, is the club's
spokesman, not Ken Honeycutt, the
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In Monday's list of pollsites for
today's Carrboro elections, two sites
Carrboro voters can vote at Grey
Culbreth Junior High School and .at
Carrboro Elementary School on Shel
In Monday's "Environment, noise
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The DTH regrets the errors.
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"The chancellor has ignored com
pletely and repeatedly our requests,"
Entwistle said. 'This silence is damn
ing to the victims (of the CIA's ac
tions)." After placing the coffins on Hardin's
desk, group member Jerry Jones ex
plained the gesture. "We come here to
bring him what we feel are the conse
quences of his and our silence.
Butchering people is not good foreign
policy, and it has got to stop."
Donald Boulton, vice chancellor and
dean of student affairs, said Hardin had
orally responded to the group's request.
"He (Hardin) fully understands the need
for and encourages vigorous debate.
But we're not in the position to demand
an organization to debate. Their right to
recruit is there."
But McKinley said that on-campus
recruitment was a privilege, and that no
organization was guaranteed that privi
lege. "They (administration) are trying to
slither out of this like a bunch of slimy
snakes. They grant the privilege (to
recruit) to the CIA. They're avoiding
the issue, and they're trivializing the
McKinley said he expected Hardin
to respond to the group's requests. "I
demand a response from Chancellor
Hardin. He has the moral and profes
sional responsibility to face this issue."
Marcia Harris, director of Univer
sity Career Planning and Placement
Services (UCPPS), said early Monday
afternoon that each of 25 students who
signed up to interview with the CIA
representative had attended.
Harris said the CIAAC's protest was
not in any way disruptive to UCPPS
operations. "I think they did express
their views in an appropriate way." ;
from page 1
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