Monday, October 10, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 3
Another bitter winter ahead
Muskie predicts fuel emergencies
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WASHINGTON (UIM) Calling the
energy outlook for this winter "grim indeed,"
Sen. Edmund Muskie Sunday accused the
administration of inadequate planning and
predicted the nation may face another
season of fuel emergencies.
Muskie., D-Maine, said a study just
completed by his subcommittee on
intergovernmental relations shows that a
second consecutive frigid winter could mean
a repeat of last year's school closings,
reduced business hours and 1.2 million
Although the administration developed
emergency energy plans for the coming
season, Muskie said his committee found
"that the sum total of their impact is likely to
be both too little and too late.
"In short, the subcommittee believes that
if the forecasters are right and we do face
another hard winter, the federal government
is simply not adequately prepared." he said
in a speech to be delivered Monday on the
Specifically. Muskie said, the panel found
the government does not have the power it is
counting on in several instances to increase
supplies or reduce demand for natural gas,
and while it expects states to be the first line
of defense in a w inter emergency, many lack
the necessary authority.
Dock strike continues
NEW ORLEANS (DPI) - Several ships
were lined up along docks waiting to be
unloaded at the nation's second largest port
Sunday as local dock workers continued
their general strike.
Harbor police reported no picket lines
Sunday, but dock foremen said no one had
shown up for work.
The longshoremen, defying the wishes of
local and national unions, voted Saturday to
continue a general strike against the Port of
New Orleans, General strike supporters said
the selective strike strategy was unworkable
in New Orleans because container ships
account for a smaller percentage of port
traffic than in New York.
The strike is costing the city an estimated
$2 million each day the port is closed.
WASHINGTON (DPI) - Attorney
General Griffin Bell said Sundav the Justice
Department is preparing an opinion on
whether the Constitution permits a deadline
extension for ratification of the proposed
Equal Rights Amendment.
Bell said the opinion on ERA was
requested by the White House which
supports the amendment and he expects
department attorneys to complete it within a
week to 10 days.
Women and health
Representatives of both the Women's
Health Counseling Service in Chapel, Hill
and Durham Women's Health Co-operative
w ill lead a discussion on "Improving Health
Care for Women" at 7:30 p.m. Monday at A
Woman's Place, 110 Henderson St.
The program, which will focus on patient
physician relationships, self-assertiveness,
the role of "minor medical complaints,"
contraception and pregnancy, is designed to
stimulate women's thinking about health
In the first part of the program, the
moderators will consider women as health
care consumers and discuss the development
of women's health care as an issue.
Participants in the program will then break
up into small groups to informally discuss
personalexpericnces and health care themes.
Cuban, underground links
WASHINGTON (DPI) - An FBI report
says Cuban espionage agents operating in
the Dnited States and Canada gave limited
help to the Weather Dnderground in the late
1960s and early 1970s, it was reported
The militant antiwar organization also
received some technical aid from North
Vietnam, according to the 400-page report,
but the FBI found no evidence that the
Soviet Dnion or China ever tried to stir up
D.S. dissidents, the Sew York Times
Stephen Biko autopsy
JOHANNESBDRG, South Africa (DPI)
The autopsy report on the death of black
leader Steve Biko w ill show he suffered brain
damage, rib injuries, burns and probable
kidney failure, the Johannesburg Sunday
Express said Sunday.
The newspaper quoted "sources
connected with the forensic investigation"
into Biko's death in jail Sept. 12.
Biko's death in prison Sept. 12 has raised
an international outcry.
Ninoichka Ernst Lubilsch, 1939. Greta
Garbo stars in this comic mockery of Soviet
ehauvinism and capitalist conceit. At 8 p.m.
Tuesday in Carroll Hall. Free with student ID.
Pestry Rides Again George' Marshall. 19.19.
Western farce at its best. Here Jimmy Stewart and
Marlene Dietrich are together somewhere in the
town of Bottleneck and she sings, "See What the
Boys in the Back Room Will Have." At 8 p.m.
Wednesday in Carroll Hall. Free with student ID.
Goodbye. Mr. Chips Sam Wood, 1939. Mr.
Chips watches generations go to school.
experiencing and observing the changes as a
classics master in an English academy. At 8 p.m.
Thursday in Carroll Hall. Free with student ID.
STL Football LA. Rams meet the Bears at
Chicago. Channels 5 and 8, 9 p.m.
World Series The Series opens in the park of
the American l eague pennant winner. Channels 5
and 8. 8 p.m.
A Good Dissonance, Like a Man - A dramatic
profile of maverick American composer Charles
Ives. Channel 4, 8 p.m.
6ejf Performances Richard Strauss'
powerful dramatic opera "Salome" is featured,
with soprano Teresa Stratas in the title role.
Channel 4, 9 p.m.
Hurry Tomorrow Documentary filmed in a
California psychiatric ward, treating the subject of
chemotherapy. Channel 4, 9 p.m.
Tuesday Evening Concert Series - Brooks de
Wetter Smith, professor of flute at UNC, is
featured soloist in a performance by the UNC
Wind Ensemble. Hill Hall Auditorium, 8 p.m.
Open-stage night Deep Jonah, the Carolina
Union basement coffeehouse, invites singers and
performers of all kinds to take the stage, 9 p.m.
1 uesday nights.
Poetry reading Irish poet Eilean Ni
Chuilleanain will present her works at 4 p.m.
Wednesday in 223 Greenlaw.
They had a lot in common!
Lieutenant John F. Kennedy, U.S. Navy
Lieutenant Lyndon B. Johnson, U.S. Navy
Lieutenant Richard M. Nixon, U.S. Navy
Lieutenant Gerald R. Ford, U.S. Navy
Lieutenant Jimmy E. Carter, U.S. Navy
Naval Officer Qualification Exam
Oct. 12 and 13 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.
UNC Seniors and Juniors Eligible
Carolina Union Room 213
Details and Sign-up at Placement Office or
Call toll-free 800-662-7568.
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