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Volume 78, Number 13
Chapel Hill, North,
Founded February 23, 1893
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by Lou Bonds
Student Body President Tom Bello
urged the university administration
Monday to let the Trustee Consultative
Committee study the campus visitation
Bello made the request in a letter to
Dean of Student Affairs CO. Cathey.
Dean Cathey Friday criticized student
legislature's decision to allow residence
houses to decide their own visitation
policy, even if it violated the
Cathey said Monday he was "pleased"
with Bello's letter and would seek to have
the matter brought before the
In his letter, Bello defended Student
The administration has said all
residence units must adopt hours within
these limits: noon to 1 a.m. Sunday
through Thursday and noon to 2 a.m.
Friday and Saturday. Student legislature.
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Yackety-Yack editor John James examines a copy of the yearbook which arrived
yesterday. Yacks should be picked up by all upperclassmen at the north entrance of
the Student Union between noon and 5 PM. today.
Weekend Rain Raises
Hopes; Breaks Drought
A little more than an inch of rain
during the weekend "did a whole lot of
good" as far as Chapel Hill's water
shortage is concerned.
Grey Culbreth, director of the
University Service Plants, said MOnday
the 1.15 inches of rain Sunday and early
Monday raised the level of University
Lake, the town's only source of water,
"The ground soaked up the rain like a
sponge," Clubreth said, "but it washed
the dust off and cooled the temperature.'
The rain and coller temperatures,
brought by a cold front passing thorugh
the area, lowered the town's daily water
consumption from 5 million gallons to 4
"It helped our faith as much as
anything," Culbreth said. "People have
short memories. I heard someone at lunch
wishing the rain would stop."
SP lb Meet
The first fall meeting of the Student
Party will be held today at 9:15 p.m. in
room 207 of the Union.
According to party chairman Peter
Howard, legislative seats in James,
Carrboro and the west part of Chapel Hill
will be filled.
however, voted to allow units to have
seven-day, 24-hour visitation if they
Bello said in his letter, "The message
they (the legislators) are trying to impart
is that any visitation agreement short of a
self-determined policy is unacceptable to
them and that the principle of
self-determination is more important
thatn the loss of self-adjudication."
Bello was referring to the
administration's position that all students
who participate in the SL policy, and are
charged with violating the administration
policy, will be brought before a
Bello's letter was a reply to a letter he
received from Cathey Friday. In that
letter, Cathey expressed regret for
Student Legislature's support of the Open
House Agreement, as the student
visitations policy is called.
By that support, Cathey said, "the
legislature has deliberately chosen to
pursue a course of action directly in
opposition to University policy.
"Neither legislature nor any other
branch of Student Government may
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The local reservoir is now 42 inches
below normal, the same level as Friday,
but Culbreth expects the level to rise
withing the next 24 hours as drainage
from the upper levels of Morgan Creek
reaches the reservoir.
The university is still pumping two
million gallons of water daily from
nearby Durham and will continue to do
so until the lake gets back to 36 inches
Culbreth said more rain is expected in
the next two to three days.
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speak for the entire University
community," Cathey continued.
Bello replied, "Quite frankly, I think
the administrator who can throw stones
accusing us of attempting to speak for the
entire University community ought to be
careful of his own glass house."
Dean Cathey said Monday Bello's
letter "was a very good reply. I am
pleased to have this reply from Tommy.
"I am going to do everything I can to
bring up this matter before the
consultative committee referred to in
Tommy's letter," he added.
The Trustees Consultative Committee
to which Bello referred is an advisory
body composed of student body
presidents, faculty and trustees from each
campus in the Consolidated University.
The committee was active in resolving
questions about the Disruptions Policy
Bello claimed all channels for student
efforts for the self-determination policy
have been exhausted. He said the
Consultative Committee was the once
effective route the administration could
"This request is not to imply that the
Consultative Committee will be any more
understanding than the Administration
Board," Bello said, "but perhaps these
individuals, not having the vested interest
to administer for the administration's
sake, will realize the futility of a
by Karen Jurgensen
Residents of Victory and Odum
villages have renewed a campaign begun
in 1968 to obtain special parking -stickers
Chairman of Odum -Victory Village
Board of Alderman Gerd Bartsch
explained the situation, "We must have a
separate zoning law for the
Odum-Victory Village housing area due
to the fact that anybody can park in the
village. It is not zoned.
'To ehrninate this we've got to zone it
and get a sticker."
Bartsch submitted a request to the
Traffic and Parking Committee during the
summer. On August 25 he was sent a
letter signed by William D. Locke,
'm ember of Traffic and Parking
Locke said, "During the summer a
sub-committee of the Traffic and Parking
Committee determined the inadvisability
of established a special parking permit for
the residents of the married students'
As reason for the denail Locke cited
"residents unwillingness to surrender
eligibility for A-l or A-2 parking
privileges on campus, closeness of housing
area to campus and new parking areas in
the vicinity which should alleviated the
shortage of parking spaces for residents
However, said Bartsch the "so-called
sub-committee that met during the
summer to discuss this particular, item
consisted, according to a verbal statement
made to me by Mr. Locke on or about
Autugst 27, of Mr. Locke, Chairman of
the Traffic and Parking Committe, Allen
Waters, Alonzo Squires, Captain Bynum
, Riggsbee, and Arthur J. Beaumont."
by United Press International
CAIRO-President Gamal Abdel
Nasser of Egypt, the most powerful
? eader in modern Arab history, died of a
'$ leart attack Monday at the age of 52.
His death added a new dimension of
I incertainty to the crisis situation in the
Vice President Anwar Sadat
mnounced Nasser's death in a brief
iroadcast over Cairo Radio in which he
aid no words can console us...the only
hing is for the Arab nation to remain
Mtient until the victory for which he
ived and died is achieved."
Sadat, who immediately became
interim president, said Nasser died at
6:15 p.m. at his home three hours after
restriction that in many students' eyes is
like the apple to Adam, a fruit that will
not be disdained until one has the
freedom to bite it."
Cathey challenged Bello's statement
Friday that "a more effective way for a
dean to express his opinions to students
would be to attend the legislature
Cathey said he has never been invited
to a legislature meeting, but "whenever
they want me to come, I will be pleased
The thrust of Bello's letter came in the
conclusion, where he quoted the
University's Undergraduate Bulletin as
emphasizing student autonomy in student
"If I may be so audacious to ask, when
are we going to be permitted to follow
these age-old guidelines?" he asked.
Bello said he has never argued for the
full-time visitations policy adopted by
some houses. But, he said, "the matter
has gotten to the point where too much
valuable time and energy has been and
will continue to be wasted on a subject
that has, in my opinion, no direct effect
on the purpose of the University as an
Cathey agreed with Bello, saying "too
much time and energy have been given to
processing this business."
Bartsch continued, "I have it from
three of the; members of the
sub-committee that there was no proper
He also charged there is no record of
Locke having been appointed a member
of the sub-committee. He said Squires is a
non-voting member and that Beaumont
and Riggsbee are in favor of the separate
decal, zoning and coninuation of A 1
and A 2 stickers for authorized
Bartsch said the vote should have been
two to one in favor of the objective. "So
why weren't the stickers issued?" he
The biggest problem residents think, is
that Odum, unlike Victory Village, was
built permanently so that no more spaces
can be added.
There are 334 legal parking spaces in
Odum. There are 306 apartments. That
leaves 28 extra spaces or one for every
eleven families. Bartsch said the problem
is twofold because not only do many
families have two cars, but many people
who are not residents or guests park
The problem is complicated by the
fact that parking officials have refused
the requested stickers unless A 1 and
A 2 stickers are forfeited. This would
put student wives who are university
employees in a very difficult position,
"We must," he said, "be able to have
the A-l and A-2 decals for persons
authorized to have them-mostly working
wives who put their husbands through
"There are two reasons for this. First,
they're entitled to it like every other
worker of the university.
See Villagers, Page 2
seeing off most of the Arab leaders who
attended the Cairo summit conference.
Nasser was seized by the heart attack
at Cairo Airport as he was saying goodbye
to the ruler of Kuwait who was leaving
the city after the summit conference. He
was immediately driven home and died
See related story
It was at the summit conference that
Nasser was instrumental in working out a
peace agreement to end the bloody civil
war in Jordan.
Cairo was almost paralyzed by the
death announcement which was read on
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Bill Sowers (right) looks at the Toronto Exchange exhibit in the lobby of the
Carolina Union. Toronto Exchange, which exchanges Canadian students with
American students, is holding interviews through Thursday. Applications are
available at the Student Union desk. Students selected for the program visit the
University of Toronto during semester break. (Staff photo by John Gellman)
by Terry Cheek
Jim Flynt was elected chairman of the
Univerity Party (UP) Sunday in a meeting
described as one member as a "CP
(Conservative Party) take-over of UP."
Steve Ayers, elected to the UP Board
of Directors in the meeting, said "only
1520 people attended the elections
meeting most of them Conservative
"A CP take-over of UP-that's all it
was," said Ayers.
"It was a rather successful meeting,"
commented Joe Beard, one of the
of the Conservative Party, who was
elected to the board of directors of the
Asked about the number present,
Beard said "I didn't count. It was
somewhat smaller than some of the
Elected as officers were: Flynt,
chairman; Charles Gilliam, vice chairman
for organization; Anson Dorrance, policy
vice chairman; Cathy McGuire, secretary;
Robert Grady, treasurer.
Elected to the board of directors were
Susan Case, Neal Snyder, Steve Ayers,
George Blackburn and Joe Beard.
Joan Brannon Editor
Of N.C. Law Review
by Lana Stames
Joan Brannon, a third-year law
student, has bee appointed editor of the
N.C. Law Review.
Mrs. Brannon is the second woman
appointed to the position. The first was
editor in 1965.
Mrs. Brannon came to UNC after
graduating from Smith College in North
Her appointment came after the
resignation this summer of Haywood
Rankin, who decided not to participate in
the Law Review this year.
A law student makes Law Review after
his first year by being in the top 20 per
cent of his class or by having a 3.0
average. There are 23 students in Law
Review this year. The students are
required to write two short case notes.
Other responsibilities include
both radio and television. People wept in
the street in a state of shock.
' The body was moved from Nasser's
home in the Cairo suburbs to the
Nasser's death could plunge the Middle
East into a new crisis. U.S. diplomats
considered him a moderat despite his
fiery statements against Israel and
expressed fears his death would bring
radical young Egyptian officers to power
and with them a new full-scale war
News of Nasser's passing swept quickly
through Arab capitals, where portraits of
his smiling face look down from many
walls. Tall, bulky and graying with the
years, he was the idol of the Arab masses.
Newly elected treasurer Robert Grady
said Monday the elections meeting was
conducted "in a perfectly ordered fashion
in complete accord with the bylaws of
Deciding to call the elctions a "CP
take-over," Grady said it is true that by
the. elections "the CP has assumed a great
deal of power in the UP."
Flynt had announced Wednesday that
he was not interested in being chairman
of the party.
"I would like to see a sophomore
elected chairman and perhaps some
freshmen elected to the other offices," he
Flynt charged Student Body TtMSurer
Guil Waddell last Monday with political
railroading by delivering the chairmanship
to Ayers, although Flynt was next in line
for the job.
Ayers joined Flynt Wednesday
saying "Neither of us are interested in
being chairman of UP. We don't have
Explaining Flynt's "replacement,"
Waddell said Tuesday "It was the opinion
of a majority of the executive board that
Flynt was not interested in his position."
administrative duties and footnote
Each spring the old board of editors
meets to make recommendations for the
next year's board. Recommendations are
made on the basis of grades, the quality
of the two notes, interest and
administrative work. The faculty then
votes on the recommendations.
The Law Review is a non-profit
organizaiton. It publishes one volume a
year in four editions. Subscriptions are
taken. According to Mrs. Brannon, there
is little faculty control but an advisor is
available if needed.
Last year Mrs. Brannon wrote one of
her notes on civil procedures. It was
entitled "Constitutionality of
Constructive Service of Process on
Missing Defendents." The other note,
dealing with criminal procedures, was on
the right to speedy trial.
In the street of the Lebanese capital of
Beirut, women stopped and screamed as
they heard the news. "My God! My
God!" one 16-year-old boy shrieked.
Shopkeeprs on Beirut's man street, Rue
Hamra, rang down their iron shutters.
Within minutes, the sound of rifle
shots rang out in Beirut-the traditional
sign of mourning in the Arab world.
Radio Cairo stopped all regular
programs and read quotations from the
Koran. Nasser was a devout moslem.
Nasser had been under treatment for
diabetes and circulatory ailment in the
Soviet Union earlier this year but his
death was a surprise.
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