2Tho Daily Tar HeelFriday, October 22, 1932
Dy ROSEMARY OSDORN
Staff Writer ,
The voices of protestors rang out Thursday on the
UNC campus as demonstrators called for UNC to divest
of its interests in IBM, a company they said supports the
oppressive South African government.
A rally in the Pit sponsored by the UNC Public In
terest Research Group featured Fred Dube, an exiled
South African labor organizer.
Dube blamed American involvement in South Africa
for many of the problems facing that country. He said
the situation of the black South African could be im
proved if American companies withdrew.
Dube said corporate investments supported the op-.
pressive, primarily white apartheid government which
directs its efforts towards oppressing a weak black ma
"The administration of the U.S. has always said sanc
tions towards South Africa would not work, but that's
not true," said Dube. "You are all lulled with the idea
that if we withdrew, we will hurt people by
money from the country. This is not true either." the truth." mately $2 million in 12 corporatioi
Reagan to tell Arab nations to recognize Israel
Hw Associated Pres give Jordan a mandate to negotiate with Arab plan to Reagan in a meeting at the Prime Minister Men:
WASHINGTON President Reagan
will tell Arab leaders that the road to peace
in the Middle East requires them to "come
out of the closet" and openly recognize
Israel, a senior State Department official
Briefing reporters on a visit by a six
nation delegation from the Arab League,
the official said there are some "construc
tive elements" in an Arab, peace plan
adopted last month at Fez, Morocco.
But he said it is essential that moderate
Arab nations, especially Saudi Arabia,
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eld to protest UNC interests
i Dube said others said the corporations had a moral
obligation to be in the country. "The corporations say
they are there to help people and argue that if the com
panies withdraw, they will be hurting the very people
they are trying to help."
The removal of the businesses would take away much
of the official government's clout, Dube said. Corpora
tions must agree to make products for military purposes
if and when they are needed before they can be located
in the country.
Dube stressed that even seemingly innocent products
were contributing to the oppression of minorities.
"Tractors appear to be an innocent production, but
they can be used to build highways which are there for
the purpose of defense," Dube said. The highways could
only be meant for possible use by the military because
the masses in South Africa are too impoverished to own
Dube concluded his speech with a warning to the pro
testors: "Be careful of all who call themselves right wing
because they will try to label those who oppose them
Communists. You must not let
give Jordan a mandate to negotiate with
Israel on behalf of Palestinians, in the
Israeli-occupied West Bank and Gaza
Strip. He said he thinks King Hussein of
Jordan would negotiate if he has Arab
The Arab League delegation is headed
by Morocco's King Hassan and includes
the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Jor
dan, Algeria, Syria and Tunisia. A
representative of the Palestine Liberation
Organization is attached to the group, but
will not be received here, U.S. officials
The delegation wants to explain the
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White House today. Reagan also will lob
by for his own peace initiative that was
unveiled Sept. 1.
The senior official, who talked to
reporters on the understanding he would
not be identified, said the purpose of the
visit is to exchange views and "restore
momentum" to the search for a lasting
Arab-Israeli, peace. "We do not expect a
dramatic breakthrough, but rather a
thoughtful discussion," he said.
Israel has rejected both the U.S and
Arab approaches, but the Reagan ad
ministration still hopes it can convince
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Following the rally in the Pit, a group of about 30 peo
ple marched to Hanes Hall where IBM recruiters were
conducting interviews. The chants were loud and clear as
they went: "UNC divest, IBM get out, IBM you can't
hide You support apartheid, People united will never
be defeated, and N. O.JBM."
When the marchers reached Hanes Hall they tried to
enter it for a quiet march through the building, butjUiey.
were stopped because a group cannot demonstrate in
campus buildings. The protestors continued their march
when they could not enter Hanes and went to South
Building where they resumed their chants.
, Following its demonstration at South Building, the
group marched to the Pit. where it disbanded.
A teach-in will be held in the Pit today as the group
continues its protest efforts. v
Harvey Jenkins, a member of PIRG, said the rallies
were being held to expose people to the issue. "We want
to educate people so they can decide if the University
should divest the funds which presently are invested in
r the IBM Corporation."
the University had invested approxi
mately $2 million in 12 corporations in South Africa:
Prime Minister Menachem Begjn's govern
ment to join a new round of peace
negotiations with Jordan. ,
Israeli Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir
conferred here Thursday with Secretary .of
State George P. Shultz, primarily on
The senior official said the constructive
elements in the Arab plan "involve the
mention of Israel and the suggestion. . .of
a willingness to recognize and live in peace
He said the Fez proposals represent the
Arabs' concept "of a framework for
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DELTA UPSILON FRATERNITY WOULD like
to officially thank the Sweet Carolines, the
fraternities and sororities, and the students who
helped make this year's Beat State Extravagan
za the Best Ever! More that $1700 was raised
for the American Cancer Society.
SEX KTITEN: EEST OF luck on the "ka" but most
of all Thanks for understanding. It means more than .
you could know. "Cynthia".
MARIA, YOU'VE MADE MY year spedaL Here's to
rainy days, Aldo Nova, slow dances, and upstairs.
Happy 18th Birthday. I Love You. James. P.S. You
can't go home, I need you here.
MATT K. SEEN YOU around caaspae. Sat
Ilka what I see! Hoisr cbout thovizs km some
of your fancy wresO:3 esove? Aa Interested
"CUFFS AND LUDES" wfid weekend women:
Don't forget to floss; Stanley we want to help you do
things right!. . .What's next?
"SOOKEY" WHEN YOU BECAME my sultemate I
learned to like you, when you became an APO
Pledge, 1 learned to respect you, but when you
became my friend, 1 grew to love you. Happy 20th
ANN and J7'OTO and LEA!! aad tae rest
of the "floats DTI! crew Help. Morale
is low. We need a party or a road M? or
large esto tints of alcohol and or dras
andor Jlat'e favorite recreat&oa. We
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ing the next party!?! Yoar despoadcat
MARIE, BET YOU DID NT think Td take time out
to send you a personal thafs what you get for
thinking. Have a nice day! Your fellow Hoor senator.
I SAW YOU BY the Pit Thursday. Would I2ts to
meet you. Let's go somewhere dark and mysterious.
How about Mangum's Haunted House next
Tbe Associated Press
twice certifying human rights pro
gress in Salvador, the Reagan ad
ministration has done little to in
vestigate allegations that Salvadoran
security forces have killed
thousands of unarmed civilians, ac
cording to U.S. officials and a
These sources say U.S. in
telligence agencies have developed
scant information on the govern
ment's alleged involvement in
rightist death squads and charges
that Salvadoran troops fired on
non-combatants during sweeps
through the countryside.
But while there is a general con
sensus on the lack of information,
the reasons suggested for it vary.
Some say scarce intelligence
resources had to be devoted to
studying the leftist insurgency.
Others cite the ban on U.S. military
advisers going with troops into com
bat areas and the difficulty of
assessing criminal cases in another
BELFAST, Northern Ireland
Militants from both sides of North
ern Ireland's religious divide won
election to the new assembly Thurs
day, bringing taunts of "murderer"
from Protestants and cries of "we
shall not be moved" from
Their reaction dimmed any hopes
that Ulster's bloodshed will end.
Gerry Adams, a leader of the
Irish Republican Army's political
front, and his firebrand rival, the
Rev. Ian Paisley, both won election
to the 78-member Assembly that
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STEVE WE MET ON die C-bus. I know you Bwe in
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who I am?
LIFE GOES TO THE Movies! Today watch: Movies
Today. A video lunch break presentation. At noon in
the Union T.V. Lounge.
TO MY ITK SISTERS: Thanks for the party, gifts,
cake and the personal. You made my birthday a
great one! Love yall bunches, your Sister, Donna.
STEVE G. THOUGHT WE parted as friends.
Why aren't we? Maybe a "friendV dinner
sometime? It's been too long and what could it
hurt? Maybe youH agree. Please reply DTH.
DIANE WE KNOW YOU'RE getting on In years:
fragile bones and gray hair are first signs. Hope the
big 2-0 won't be too traumatic Happy Birthday!
Kelly and Beth.
HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY REX M.H! Hope Sunday
is extra special; drink one for me! Loved your blue
eyes and our library encounter Tuesday! Marilyn.
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My parents are Jack and Joanne, deters
Donaa aad Kathy &afs all fo&s! Sony
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BLACK. DO THINK THAT the monker is the only
person getting a personal today? I guess you were
wrong. Anyway, you're a nice fun guy. Yeah, mat s
right there's not many of us left. Bagman.
HEL LOO MOONX, I'M SO glad that you decided
to come to UNC Now you know what going to
school U aS about My love for you grows each day
and I promise it will forever. Maybe you'll give me a
huug soon. I need one! Who knows what could hap
pen after thai? Love ya always, Jo Jo.
TONICirrS TIf2 rr.ZlTT CZOSt Straas
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY MELISSA! Have fun and don't
study. Your Roomies.
TO THE GI MED student 1 owe ten dollars, why
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The Blond Bombed Deb respond DTH.
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SHERRY, THANKS FOR being so patient and
tolerant I apologize for my ineonskieratkHi. IH im
prove. Have a super fantastic weekend! Go for the
London set up to bring the minority
Catholics into the political process
so the British army eventually could
get out of Northern Ireland.
Both moderate and extremist .
Catholic candidates have said they :
will refuse to take their seats in the
assembly, and the Protestants have
refused to share power.
The final result will not be known
until Friday evening.
Election officials reported a -significant
swing by Catholic voters
to Sinn Fein, fighting an election
here under its own colors for the
first time since the Provisional IRA
was formed in 1969.
RALEIGH U.S. Rep. Charles
Rose, D-N.C, says he's not worried
about an allegation that he received
an interest-free $100,000 loan that
was reported properly.
FBI documents show that Ed
ward Walton Williamson, a former
'Columbus' County commissioner
who pleaded guilty this week to ac
cepting a bribe, made the allegation
last May to an undercover agent.
The FBI agent was acting as part
of the agency's two-year probe of
corruption in southeastern North
Carolina, code-named Colcor.
Rose, whose 7th Congressional
District includes Columbus County,
denied Williamson's statement
Wednesday, calling it "a rather
. Williamson alleged that Rose
failed to mention bis $100,000 loan
in his personal and campaign finan
cial disclosure statements. The
allegation was made public this
week in FBI reports filed in U.S.
District Court when Williamson was
sentenced to 10 years in prison.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY L.B.1 (Alias Sookey, Brew
Woman) Here's to a SUPER year of Seagram's,
Monmousseeu, Carolina Games, Old Well, 1
NEVER", Quarters,' NCN3 Plaza, Studying?,
Burger King, GAS. Bst, mono, snow, pierced ears,
Papagayo's. L.T.L hot dogs & O.J., lofts, shots,
Morrison, Planet Rock, moldy dishes, rolling cars,
NYC, APO, Gap Band, Madame Brew's BrotheL
CUKES, Purdys, White Wine, Ebony & Ivory,
Shaggin. PARTIES!! Happy 20th! WE LOVE YOUO
Worm, Big Dog, S & Ter-Ber.
ATTENTION ELI CHILE FOSALESs -Meat
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lovina wxbuul. Os!y those wttb an to
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TO THE CLEF HANGERS: What a study break!
You surprised and delighted us all with your suave
voices and superb harmon. . . especially to
wafly your combination of innocent look and sex
appeal tooa us ngnt out oi a studying moon ana on
to cloud 91 WeH be there! Love, Allison, Faith & all
the girls of Cobb!!
MATT M KEY STRANGER! I reaSy hate to see
you leave but if that's what you want go the heO
on! Qust kidding!) But seriously, IH miss The
Foreign Languages, The "Wild" stuS, and most of
all. . . .You! Good luck! Love, Liz.
KATE AND iOIINt l7e!come to CaroSaall
Can't waft to show yon cjnye around - and
specially the planet of The Dally Tar
Heel Love, ilasbo.
CHAZ P. I AM sorry. Your 19th birthday Is NBD,
rather andSary. Just break a zinnet or two, and do
learn what a wave Is. -OE of 503. .
KJ YOU LUSH-thls Is Id You're legal Chapel H3
watch out! Butter Bear is on the loose. Here's to: the
insurance for the albums, use it to buy mors and
Rum Coke;' order Mother more WOKS; skip
classes; late movies: lobby frtsbe; Happy Store;
Darryn)'; Casks; left get drunk and go to Memorial;
getting stuck in elevators; Barracade the lobby and
DO NOT ENTER! Happy 18th! Love ya! Evie and
TO THE . GOLDEN DOY-poar Tinea" are
fadiaj as fast as yoar seeai-tloade fcalr!
Cosaa cp and see poor cps? Aboat Carr
boro?! Signed, DTII Ace. (yoa know, tbe oa
who's fas love wfeb yoa.)
TTM AND CHRIS: THAT'S you Saturday at the Pan
Am tryouts you're There! Good Luck! Get the
Ckie? Korin and MeL
BLUE OEP HAPPY BIRTHDAY! If s that time to
be ESPECIALLY nice to you. Look forward to an
unforgettable weekend with a double celebration.
You are wonderful. Love always Blue Cheer.
WORSEN EWAU STEVE "call see Eobfey
Joaee" je here! Steve wO be acceptlajj cp
plication for date besSaalaj today. Act
fast, reepoad la DTIL
YOU'VE HEARD OF BOWLLNG for Dollars? Don't
pass up this once-bva-Ufetiine opportunity to bowl
for furniture. Toronto Exchange and the Carolina
Union are sponsoring the bow&tg tournament Oct
26-27. Entry fee Is $5. Sl'jn up at the bowUng aSey
desk for a chance to win the chair of your dreams.
VICKIE CASOL CAIN INT "7 -The
Orange Tler is co tzlx 3 to town tot poe!
Tbe 2iih Is yoar special day! Jest for yoa
HEY YOU LUCKY ONE who b not going home
this weekend. Come see the play "For Better Not
For Worse" by South African playwright Selano
Maredi 4:00 pm today. Friday, Oct 22 Carolina
Union Auditorium ticket are t2.