2The Daily Tar HeelFriday. November 13. 1981
U . diplomat escapes injury fro hi lone gunman
I he AsMHijicd Prrvs
PARIS (AP) A lone gunman of "Middle Eastern
lype" fired seven shots Thursday at U.S. Charge d'Af
faires Christian Cahpman outside the diplomat's Paris
apartment, the U.S. Embassy said. The bullets missed
their mark and the gunman escaped on. foot.
Chapman ducked behind his car and escaped the hail
of bullets that left at least two holes in the rear of the
vehicle, which was not armor plated, authorities said.
"My first reaction was one of surprise. I thought, why
me? You read about these kinds of things in the news
papers, but you never think it is going to happen to
you," Chapman said.
No group immediately claimed responsibility for the
attack, which police said occurred around 8:45 a.m.
(2:45 a.m. EST) as Chapman was walking toward his
Increased University Lake usuage fees
By DEAN LOWMAN
DTH Staff Wriler
The Orange Water and Sewer Authority
gave preliminary approval to raise Univer
sity Lake usage fees for two UNC groups
The UNC Crew and Sailing Clubs will
be required to pay $15 per boat and $5
per participant per semester to use the
lake if the proposal is approved in the
New religious organization
holds worship service Sunday
The Black Interdenominational Stu
dent Association, BISA, a newly formed
organization, will hold its first worship
service at 11:15 a.m. on Nov. 15 in the
auditorium of the Carolina Union.
The aim of the association is to per
petuate the United States' constitutional
right to freedom of religion by providing
an alternative avenue for fellowship of
students with various religious affilia
tions. "It's just an alternative," BISA Chair
person Jesse Cureton said. "It has come
from a need for black faculty and stu
dents on campus to relate on other than
an academic level "
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1981 Peat Dook Parade and Band Celebration. On
Thursday November 19, the Mighty Majors and
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enabling us to sell our work at 25-30 below
gallery prices. For original gifts you will find
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BELIEVE IT OR NOT preparation for Orienta
tion "82 has begun. Applications for the
Orientation Commission are available at Union
desk and. 08 Steele. Due by noon, Nov. 25.
THE CAROLINA UNION GALLERY Committee
will sponsor a photography exhibit entitled "Images
of Asia," by Dr. David War&hauer from Nov. 12 to
Dec. 6. Also, there will be a reception in the Gallery
on Nov. 15 from 3 to 5 pm with a Japanese Tea
Service Demonstration. Everyonv K welcome.
Chapman, 60, is the embassy's highest officer pending
the arrival of new ambassador, Evan Griffith Galbraith.
The diplomat, talking to reporters at the embassy
three hours after the shooting, refused to comment on
reports that U.S. officials here had received an
anonymous tip that Libyan leader Col. Moammar
Khadafy had sent an assassin to Paris to kill an Ameri
"1 have no sweeping statements on that," he said.
"There is no basis for making speculation from the inci
dent." Describing the attack, Chapman said, "I was just
walking out of my house and 1 noted a young man on
the right about 50 feet away. He had a black beard, big,
- jet-black eyes and an athletic build. He was a very hand
some young man a Middle Eastern type."
Chapman said the man put his hand in his black
leather iacket and walked toward him.
monthly board of directors meeting
Thursday. The usage fees would go into
effect Jan. 1.
Present rates are "$3 to $5 to $7, de
pending on the size of the boat," said
Doug Terry, water plant superintendant.
No charge is made per participant.
Everett Billingsley, OWASA engineer,
said the agency had re-assessed the
groups use of the lake and the fees it was
charging before proposing the increase.
BISA will conduct seminars, discussion
groups and lectures on various issues in
cluding the Moral Majority and how it af
fects religion. A bible study will be held
The speaker for the Sunday service will
be the Rev. Harold G. Wallace, vice
chancellor for University Affairs. The
BSM Gospel Choir will be the musical
"I'm really pleased to see the organiza
tion. It is one more expression of student
creativity," Wallace said.
APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE NOW FOR
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"The groups are ... currently using
University Lake at just a token fee," Bill
ingsley said. "This would help keep their
fees in line with that of the general popu
lation's fees, which will also increase on
Even with the increase, the average
member of the crew or sailing clubs
would only pay about 12 cents per usage
if the lake were used twice a week, Bill-,
basis of the best evidence and judgment
"Mr. Stockman stated that he shared
the president's concern and disappoint
ment. Notwithstanding his continuing
commitment to the president's policies
and programs, Mr. Stockman then of
fered the president his resignation.
"Following further discussions of these
issues, the president decided not to accept
Mr. Stockman's resignation."
Reagan canceled a luncheon meeting
with Vice President George Bush on
Thursday to see Stockman. The president
passed up an opportunity to endorse
Stockman during a morning visit to the
new Washington studios of ABC News.
Asked if Stockman could continue as
an effective spokesman, Reagan replied:
"When I leave here today I'm going back
to have a meeting with Dave Stockman.
That's all I can tell you."
Since the article began circulating in
the capital Tuesday, Democrats have
pointed to it as proof of their long-held
contention that Reagan's budget and tax
cut program cannot succeed.
Congressional Republicans have said
increasingly that the article may destroy
Stockman's credibilityb as the president's
chief salesman for the program on
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"Instead of going back into the house, 1 stupidly con
tinued on," he said. 'I heard shots and saw him walking
rapidly toward me with his hand extended. I ran forward
and ducked behind the car. -
"He then started walking rather quickly away. There
were several witnesses and one young man tried to pur
sue him," he said. -
Chapman, who took up his post in Paris in December
1978, said the attacker said nothing during the shooting.
"The attacker emptied his gun, apparently very quick
ly, and didn't have time to really aim at Mr. Chapman."
The chauffeur, who was unarmed, also escaped injury.
The attack, believed to be the first against an American
official in Paris, came amid reports that Khadafy was
planning attacks on U.S. diplomats in Europe in retalia
tion for the downing of two Libyan jets in a dogfight
with U.S. Navy fighters over the , Mediterranean last
OWASA's Committee of the Whole
also heard a long-range plan that was be
ing developed to upgrade its facilities.
The 15-year, seven-project plan involves
the extension and rehabilitation of several
interceptors and pump stations, Bill
Although the improvements would
cost about $8 million, Billingsley said no
ideas were presented about raising money
for the projects.
From page 1
"Asked by a reporter if he agreed with
Stockman's published statement that the
president's tax-cut plan was a "trickle
down" program, Reagan said, "No."
"Trickle-down" refers to a theory that
tax cuts for the wealthiest will eventually
At the White House session. Stockman
expressed his regret to Reagan and con
gressional Republicans over his charac
terizations of the Reagan program.
On Wednesday, administration officials
said they were standing behind Stockman
"today," ' '
Senate Republican leader Howard H.
Baker, after the White House meeting,
said Stockman was given the floor by the
president and delivered what Baker called
an apology although he said Stockman
never used that word.
"Clearly he was embarrassed and un
happy," Baker said. The Tennessee sena
tor said Stockman's published comments
had been . "indiscreet" and predicted
Democrats "will have a field day:"
Rep. Robert Michel, the House GOP
leader, left the White House meeting
praising Stockman's dedication and
work, saying, "I believe in him."
In one section, Stockman said of the
budget: "None of us really understands
what's going on with all these numbers."
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Companies suspended from bidding
a RALEIGH (AP) - Nine electrical companies indicted this week on anti
trust charges were suspended Thursday from bidding on state contracts.
The Capital Building Authority, which oversees contracts for construction
of most state building companies from further bidding after receiving a recom
mendation from the state Department Of Justice.
In another development, U.S. Attorney Sam Currin said he had directed the
FBI to begin an investigation into the most recent bid-rigging allegations in
volving electrical contracts. In a prepared statement, Currin said the FBI probe
would focus on all aspects of the bid-rigging allegations, with special emphasis
on construction projects financed with federal.
Hostages released in jail ordeal
JEFFERSON, N.C. (AP) Two federal prison escapees being detained at
the Ashe County Jail Thursday released a police chief and a jailer held captive
for 13 hours, officials said. No injuries were reported. "
The release came shortly after authorities reported the armed inmates, who
may have been joined by a county prisoner, had taken "the run of the jail" and
demanded a van for their escape.
Chief Jailer James Johnson reported at 7:40 a.m. that the hostages had been
released following a night of negotiations.
The captors took four hostages at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, but released two of
them a matron and a clergyman after their demands for a second gun
were met, authorities said.
The hostages were held in a cell, and the inmates threatened to take some of
the 10 other county prisoners captive, said Ashe County Sheriff Richard Wad-deil.
Egypt conducts automony talks
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) President Hosni Mubarak held a meeting with three
key Israeli ministers Thursday in an attempt to spur Palestinian autonomy
talks that remained deadlocked despite the resumption of ministerial-level
"There is much to be done," an Israeli official said after the representatives
of Israel, Egypt and the United States resumed negotiations Wednesday in
Cairo. "There has not been a breakthrough so far or a breakdown." "...
He said neither side offered any specific new proposals in the two-hour ses
sion. Egyptian officials said the Egyptians again pressed the Israelis to halt the
spread of Jewish settlements in occupied Arab territory and to take other
measures to bring the Palestinians into the Camp David peace process.
Voting suspended in U.N. race
UNITED NATIONS (AP) The U.N.: Security Council suspended ballot
ing in the secretary-general's race and was discussing ways to end the Chinese
American deadlock blocking the re-election of Kurt Waldheim or his replace
ment. Neither Waldheim, the Austrian incumbent seeking an unpredented third
term, nor his Third World challenger, Tanzanian Foreign Minister Salid Ahm
ed Salim, showed any readiness to withdraw after eight rounds of balloting.
Both were vetoed on each one, Waldheim by China, which is committed to a
Third World candidate, and Salim by the United States.
The Chinese had been expected to conclude that Salim did not have a chance
and to abandon him after demonstrating their commitment to the Third
World. But a Russian council source said indications were that the Chinese
were prepared to veto Waldheim indefinitely.
There was no indication that the United States was prepared to withdraw its
opposition to Salim.
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CHATTANOOGA? Term. (Ajpf A geaktauary. felufdiiig at a
Sequoyah nuclear plant reactor left 12 workers with traces of radioactive
material, the Tennessee Valley Authority said Thursday.
Spokesman Gil Francis said radioactive gas was detected on the hands of
two of the 12, who washed their hands and returned to their jobs Tuesday
night. The leak was not reported until Thursday.
Radioactive particles were detected on the clothes or shoes of the remainder
of the workers, who waited 30 minutes to allow the radioactive material to dis
appear through natural decay, Francis said.
Spokesman Carl Crawford said four of the workers were plant operating of
ficers, while others were public safety officers on patrol.
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YOUR UTOPIA on your 18th BIRTHDAY! The
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YOU SAY SCOTTIE, I say gorgeous!! Dear
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want to let you go! You are my special someone,
and each day with you is more special than
before. I know these next two nights wiS be
fantastic, but nothing wCQ ever match the night
when you first said, "I Love YouT IH go
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the morning or a bench by a certain tree at two
in the afternoon, being together is aS mat
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YES. LINDSAY. ITS FINALLY here. Friday the
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MARY. WE REJOICE IN your happiness and know
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follow. We love you!!! Your A.G.
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JOHN, WHAT HAPPENED SATURDAY night?
Too bad things didn't work out as planned. Better
tuck next time. Curious Readers.
DID YA HEAR THE one about ... Attention:
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