Flood sweeps through Missouri
KANSAS CITY. Mo MIPI. irioci.
Hooding with powerful, surging crests of
water up to 20 feet high brought death and
uncounted millions of dollars of destruction
to the metropolitan area Tuesday, triggering
power failures and gas-fed explosions and
At least 18 persons were killed in Kansas
City's worst disaster since 1951. Dozens
more were injured and hundreds driven from
Law enforcement officers and rescue
volunteers continued to search for more
victims. Residents who fled their homes
including many who had to be rescued by
boat from the tops of houses and marooned
cars filtered back to residences covered
with mud and debris. Many homes,
however, were still surrounded by water.
Between 8 and 16 inches of rain were
reported from various parts of the
metropolitan area in the past two days,
turning the normally placid creeks and rivers
that wind through residential areas into
The Kansas River was out of its banks but
expected to crest at 3.5 feet above flood stage
of 23 feet late Tuesday. The Big Blue River
crested about 17 feet above flood level at
noon in eastern Kansas City.
The Missouri River the "Big Muddy"
was expected to crest at three feet above
flood level at the Hannibal Bridge in Kansas
One of the hardest hit areas was the
prestigious Country Club Plaza shopping
and entertainment center, located 50 blocks
south of downtown. Officials were hesitant
to estimate damage to the Plaza or to
residences and businesses in outlying areas,
but Police Maj. Richard Fletch said the
Plaza damage was extensive.
Lance, Carter meet
WASHINGTON (UPI) - While Bert
Lance met privately with President Carter at
the White House Tuesday, new testimony
showed he anticipated a top job and
possible problems with his banking affairs
six months before Carter won the election.
The testimony, made by bank examiner
Charles Stuart to the Internal Revenue
Service, was released at a hearing of the
Senate Governmental Affairs Committee
which is looking into Lance's financial
Lance is scheduled to testify before the
committee Thursday and Friday, but his
future may have been decided during a
private 30-minute session with Carter
Both men declined comment afterward
and Press Secretary Jody Powell said he
does not think Carter asked his budget
director and longtime friend to resign.
"1 don't know if he did, but 1 would be very
surprised," Powell said.
During Tuesday's hearing on Capitol H ill,
the committee received an IRS report from
Stuart with statements directly contradicting
testimony of his fellow federal bank
examiner Donald Tarleton.
It was Tarleton, the Atlanta-based
regional bank examiner, who took Lance's
Calhoun National Bank of Georgia off the
federal "troubled" list just hours after
learning Lance would be named to a top
administration job last November
Arafat praises U.S.
BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI) - PLO chief
Yasser Arafat welcomed as a "positive step"
a U.S. statement that Palestinians must join
any Middle East peace talks. The PLO said it
showed President Carter had not yielded to
Rudd giving up
NEW YORK (UPI) Mark Rudd.
radical leader of the Weathermen
Underground who is wanted by the FBI and
two states, will surrender in New York
Wednesday, his lawyer said Tuesday.
RudA 29, who became chairman of the
Students for a Democratic Society and then
president of the ultra-leftist Weathermen
and led many of the turbulent campus
upheavals of the 1960s, will turn himself into
the Manhattan District Attorney's office
about 9 a.m.. attorney Gerald Lel'courtsaid.
Lef court refused to disclose Rudd's
whereabouts for theeight years he has been a
fugitive from justice, or why the fugitive
radical has now decided to turn himself in.
Rudd is wanted in New York on charges of
bailjumping, illegal assembly, trespass and
obstruction of governmental
administration, all misdemeanors, stemming
from the violent student demonstrations at
Lowell services Friday
NEW YORK (UPI) - Robert Lowell, the
Pulitzer prize-winning poet who rejected
invitations from the President and the Army,
will be taken to his native Boston for funeral
Considered by many critics to be the
premiere poet of his generation, Lowell
suffered a fatal heart attack Monday night in
a taxicab at the age of 60.
An outspoken pacifist, Lowell's often
angry and sarcastic poetry reflected a
combination of his New England Calvinist
upbringing, his conversion to and
subsequent rejection of Roman Catholicism
and a strong social conscience.
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements must be turned in to the bon outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 100 p m it they ' to run the next day Each item will run it least twice
There still he a UNCC ahort court entitled "Computer
Auuled Document rrcpuralmnl Introduction loNi-rint)" at tp m
in 22 Phillips Hall
The UNC Volleyball Club will have tryouti at 7 p m. in the
Women'i liym. All men and women are invited to learn to play
The UNC-Duke Colloquium presents "Nuclear Mntk
Resonance of Oriented Nuclei" at 4 p.m. in Room 265 Phillips Hall
Speaking will be Or Nicholas Stone ot Ihe Clarendon Laboratory
in Oxford. England C'oitec and tea will he serscd at .V JO p m in
Room 277 Phillips Hall.
1 here will he a mandatory meeting ol all Ireeaurersot Student
CGC to consider
Campus money-handlers will meet today
and Thursday to discuss finances.
The Campus Governing Council Finance
Committee will consider a request for funds
totaling $16,403.85 from the student-run
radio station. WXYC. at 7:30 p.m. today.
Included in the request are $10,012.80 i'or
FM construction and $3,611.65 lor general
expenses. The station is also requesting
$2,799.40 for a newswire machine from
United Press International.
Treasurers for all Student Government
funded organizations must attend a
mandatory meeting at 4 p.m. cither today or
Thursday in Room 206 of the Carolina
Budgetary rules and procedures will be
discussed by Todd Albert, student body
treasurer. Budgets for the I977-7S fiscal year
will also be distributed.
Govtmmtnt. tundtd organizations al 4p m in Room Mr-of the
Carolina limon treasurer will not be recognized if they fail to
attend one of the meetings. If impossible to attend either meeting
contact Todd Albert. Suite C. 9J3-520I immediately The second
meeting will be held at 4 p m Thursday. Sept 15
There will be a meeting of the Senate of the Graduate and
Professional student Kederallnn at 7: JO in Room 215 of the
I he UNC Crew Club will hold an organizational meeting at 7
pm in Room 207 ol the Carolina Union. All inieiesled new
students and okl members please attend.
I he Chepel Hill ECOS will hold a general meeting al K p m in
Room 2lM of the C arolina I nion to determine fall activities
speakers and concerns Anyone interested in getling inscils-ed in
environmental issues is welcome
Ihe NC Coastal CKib will meet at 7 10 pm in the South
Gallery Meeting Room ol ihe Carolina (inion Topics will be the
clean wntci reletcndtim. speakers tor ihe tall season, and held nips
I he puhhe u. uiged lo attend
I heie w ill he a Tennis Club Meeting at 7 p m in Room 204 of
the Carolina I'nioii All interested in joining are incited to attend
Ollicers will he elected
I here w ill he a mceiing ot the First Collegiate Bast Matters at
7 Ml p m in the lust. floor lounge ol Hmlon James Dorm Anyone
interested in fishing is wekrome to allend
Bill Most will speak at 7p m in the Mornson Social I oungeon
several aspects ol Student Government (SOI. Anyone interested in
S(i is invited to attend.
I he UNC Boalng Club will hold a meeting at 7 p m in Room
202 of the Carolina I'mon tor anvone interested in toining Ihe club.
II you are unahle to come please leave your name and address w ith
the Sports Club Council. f JJ-IOI.V
Delta Slgme PI, Professional business Iratermty. will meet at 7
p m in I I Carroll Mall All members are urged lo allend It you
can't come please contact Piof Rigoness or call Chip Morgan at
I fir LDSSA (Mormon Inttltutt) will meet at K p m in 201 Hey
Hall Scripture sludv will he guided hv Hiotftcr Randy Holt
Scott Terry will speak on "Effects ol Stimulus Priming In
Short-Term Memory" at 4 p m in 1 12 Davie Hall All interested
persons are invited to attend
T he I ' NC chapter ol Ecktnker International Student Society
is holding an open Lckrnkar discussion group at 7 J0p m in Room
20e ot the Carolina I'mon I he discussion will be held the second
Wednesday ol each month
Ihcic will be an oigamraiional meeting ot ihe UNC Student
Chapter of Common Ceuteat 7 10inRoom205nlihcCarolna
t'nion. All peisons interested in more open and responsive
government are uiged lo allend
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There will br a meeiini nf th. Ihutusi
Communications A t tod t Hon 9 p m in Room 106 Bingham
Hall All students, especially speech majors, are urged to tttend to
letrn more about communication! and job availability
Refreshments will be served.
The Btffle Houee Buftel continues from II JO to I p m at 203
Battle Lane under the sponsorship of the UNC-CH Chaplaint
Association Studenu. faculty and sufl of the University are
invited lo share food and conversation in an attempt to establish
open (uses of communication within the University community
The cost of the meal a SI 73
The Chapel HHI-Durhem "Make Today Count" Chapter. 1
supportive self-help group for people living with cancerlorany life
threatening illness), will meet at 7 JO p m in the Community Life
Center of lluke Memorial Methodist Church, Memonaland Duke
Streets, Durham Students coping with such circumstances away
from their home and supportive relatives art invited to come to
these informal get-togethers Call Bill Hoklernesi, 929-6897. foe
The Spl Phi fraternity w.ll have a meeting st 7 p m. in the
League Basement for all the resreted Spi Phi rtishees Wayne will
lead I he fun and activ Hies and ill speak on "Thinking Positivelyll
Hurts When It Lails "
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420 W. Franklin St.
the Carolina Population Cantar Studant Oriantatlon
program will he he Id at V M) pm lhursday.Spi l5,mRoom405
of the liimmity Square I ait lower (Population Center) All
undents concentrating on population and faculty involved in
population teaching and research are invited to the Student
There will he a meeting for .ill students interested in appl) ing (or
Rhodaa fehotarahlpa at J 15 Ihurdav. Sept 15. in 5v
Hamilton Mall application forms and explanatory material are
available Irom Murray in 559 Hamilton Hall.
All sophomore, interested in apply ing to the School 01 Nuralng
must attend a meeting at 5 .10 p m Thursday. Sept 15. in Room 9
ot Carnngton Hall
Profaaaof Solomon Polachak of the economics department
Mill dikcuu "tVcupalioiial Scgicgation Among Women" at the
Carolina Population Cantar Bag Lunchaon Samlnar at 12
noon I riday, Sept. b, in RiHim5 ol the liniveniiy Square Eait
Tower. AH uitcf filed faculty and iludents are invited to hrmg their
lunch and join the seminal
1 he Brlatol, England Varsity Rugby Club will play the I NC
Chapel Hill Vanity and Mumniai 4 Q Tridav.Sept. Ift.onFetrer
The Chapal Hill Flying Club will hold us fall membership
meeting at 7 pm 1 hursdav. Sept 15, at the (aroiina Inn Two
films will he vhown and irishmen! will be served t'NC students,
staff and facultv are invited.
A vuiting British phvsKian will talk about the national health
care syvtcm in I ngland at a YM-YWCA Olnnar Dlacuailon. Bring
a dish to the pot-luck supper and enjoy the cuisine. For more
information drop hv Room 10? of the Y building
Tha Akcbamlat, I NC's interdiuiplinary wiencc magazine, will
have an important meeting at 8 p m I hursday, Sept 15 in Room
20 ol the Carolina I'mon Prospective conlnhutors and stafT art
asked lo attend
"Morning atar," ( hnMian nvk group, will pertoim in the Pit
atMpm rnday.Sept Id In case of tain the concert will he held in
Ihe St, Thomas More Church
Ihe suhici't of tha week's meeting ot the SludantFaculty
ChrlatMjnSc4arKOrganliallonat np m I hursday. Sept 1 5, in
the Carolina I'mon, will he "What is Real Progress'' Plea.se note
the change in time All are welcome.
Ihe Mad leal Technology Club will have an organizational
meeting at 7 p m. I run winy, Sept 1 5, in the South Gallery Meeting
Room of the Carolina I'mon. Anyone interested i invited to
All members of the Undargraduata Court and Attomay
Oanaral'aStaflmustattendameetingatNp m Thursday, Sept 15
in Room 217 ol the Carolina Union Attendance is required
1 he UNC Racraatkm Soclaty v. til hold a meeting at 3 30 p.m.
Thursday, Sept, 15, in Room 202 of the Carolina Union All
interested graduates are invited, This will he an important meeting.
Uaa UyanK will perform at K p m 1 hursday. Sept 15, inDaap
Jonah (Carolina I'mon Basement), lhere no cover charge
Brown bugging of beer and wine will he permitted Other
refreshments will be sold.
There will he a Young Soclallat Forum entitled "Panama.
What loe the Ircaty Mean at 7:30 pm.1 hursday. Sept. 15, in
Room 215 of the Carolina Union This ts the lust in a series of
forums sponsored by the Young Socialist Alliance, for more
information, call 967-5425.
The Thuraday Worth lp of tha Baptlat Campua Mlnlatry is at
6 p.m. Thursday. Sept. 15. at the Battle House Recreation will
precede al 5 p m, Chaplain Boh Phillips will be the worship leader
as the community joins together for singing, praying, sharing
concerns and celebrations.
There will be a Pap Rally at 8 p m. Thursday, Sept. 15, al
Boshamer Stadium. There will be free beer)! Also, to win a keg,
students arc invited lo hang a pro-Carolina banner in Kenan
Stadium before game time on Saturday. Sept. 17,
The UNC Juggtara AaaoclaOon will meet at 4 pm on
Thursday. Sept. 15, by the Old Well. Beginners and non-iuggler
who would tike to Irani an? esfWciaJIv wrkome.
I he UNC-CH CoJfglafa CIvMan Club u having a meeting at
6: V) p.m. Thursday. Sept. 15. in Room 213 of the Carolina I 'mon
The meeting is open to all in lefts ted students.
The Dl-Phl Soctatlaa will he presenting a dehate entitled
"Resolved Thai the Panama Canal Treaty Be Ranlied" at & p m.
Thursday. Sept 15, in 300 New West All mem hers and visitors are
The South Campua Commlttaa ot the Carolina Union will
meet at 7 30 Thursday, Sept 15, in Room ?0o ot the Carolina
Union. Anyone interested in improving programs on South
Campus is invited to allend
ITEMS OF INTEREST
All students interested in working as prose readers or poetry
readers fot the Callar Door ataff may pick up applications at the
Carolina Union Iesk or Ihe Cellar Door office in Room 205 of the
Anyone interested m working on the UNC Sporta Club
Council should call 933-1013 and leave his name and number.
The Graduata and Profaaalonal Studant Fadarahon wishes
to announce that applications are now being accepted for Graduate
Student's Honor Court. If you wish to be considered, please call
913-5675 between 10 a m. and 2 p.m.
The Un (varsity Counseling Cantar is offering Ihe following
group workshops this full: personal growth groups, career
exploration, assertion training, ittidy skills and test anxiety. If
interested call 933-2 175 for more information or drop by the center
at Nash Hall
Ot . TJO
405 W. Rosemary St.
f navy and white.