2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, January 26, 1984 Soviet mid-range nuclear missle spotted in East Germany The Associated Press WASHINGTON- A. new, more ac curate Soviet medium-range nuclear missile that could pose a wider threat to Western Europe has been spotted in East Germany for the first time, U.S. in telligence sources said Wednesday. That sighting of an SS-22 rocket could mark the start of the weapon's deploy ment on Soviet allied territory in response to placement of new U.S. intermediate range missiles in Western Europe, said the sources, who spoke only on condition they remain anonymous. The 560-mile-range SS-22, developed to replace old SS-12 missiles, has never been deployed outside the Soviet Union, the sources said. The SS-22 was seen at Bernsdorf , East Germany, about 33 miles west of the Polish border, the sources said. From such a position, the SS-22 could hit targets throughout West Germany, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, as well as part of Britian, France and Italy. For security reasons the sources refus ed to say how the missile at Bernsdorf was discovered. Last November, Assistant Defense Secretary Richard Perle indicated deploy ment of SS-22 missiles in Eastern Europe would increase the potential nuclear threat to NATO countries. "If the Soviets move the SS-22s very far forward, it would extend target coverage" in Western Europe, Perle said at the time. The nuclear arms race in Europe surg ed after the Soviets began deploying mobile SS-20 missiles in the late 1970's. From positions inside the Soviet Union, those 3,200-mile-range missiles could blanket Western Europe. At least 378 SS-20's have reportedly been deployed so far, about two-thirds oriented toward Europe and the rest toward Asia. The NATO alliance responded in 1979 by agreeing that the United States should deploy 572 Pershing 2 ballistic missiles and ground-launched cruise missiles in Western Europe, in position to strike in side the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union waged an unsuc cessful campaign to head off the new U.S. deployments, which started last month. Among other things, the Soviets threatened such retaliatory steps as sta tioning new missiles in Eastern Europe, Last October, the Soviet Union announc ed it was beginning preparatory work toward deployments of new missiles in East Germany and Czechoslovakia. U.S. officials who have monitored Soviet weapons devel6pments have long expected Moscow to modcrinize its medium- and short-range .missiles, ir respective of the disagreement over the SS-20s and the new U.S. Pershing and cruise missiles. A Pentagon report on Soviet military power, issued last March, mentions the SS-22 as one of three types of nuclear capable weapons in Moscow's program to upgrade its surface-to-surface missile force. The Pentagon did not predict its deployment outside Soviet borders. A U.S. report to NATO last November said the Soviets already have sent into East Germany more than 30 SS-21 mobile missiles with a range of about 75 miles, and that force was growing by about four launchers a month. The U.S. report also said the Soviet Union was placing 312-mile-range SS-23 missiles in units within its borders. "If previous patterns are repeated, we expect that Soviet units in Eastern Europe ultimately will receive the SS-23 missile," the report said. Former news director testifies at Klan-Nazi trial The Associated Press WINSTON-SALEM A retired news director for a Durham television station denied Wednesday that he assigned a reporter to cover an anti-Klan rally in Greensboro because he expected violence. William J. Boyle, who retired from WTVD-TV in February 1981, testified in the federal civil rights trial of nine Ku Klux Klansmen and Nazis, which resumed after a day-long recess. Defense attorney Jeffrey Farron, who represents Jack Fowler, apparently has recovered from the flu, which led U.S. District Judge Thomas A. Flannery to postpone the trial Tuesday. The nine defendants are accused of violating the civil rights of five Communist Workers Party members shot to death on Nov. 3, 1979, during a CWP "Death to the Klan" rally in Greensboro. Five of the Klan-Nazi defen dants were found innocent of murder in a 1980 state trial. Boyle told defense attorneys during cross-examination he had received very little information about the rally. Responding to questions from defense attorney Jim D. Cooley, Boyle said he simply thought he should send someone to cover the rally. "After 40 years you may find that you develop gut reactions," he said, adding that no one asked him to send someone to the rally. "With my perverse nature, if someone had suggested it, I probably would have skipped it," he said. When defense attorney Harold F. Greeson asked Boyle if he changed an earlier assignment for reporter Mat Sinclair and sent him to Greensboro because he ex pected violence, prosecutors objected. Boyle responded anyway, saying, "No sir, I did not, and I have testified to that." Heels Defense attorneys said in their opening statements Monday they will show that the Communist Workers Party, which sponsored the rally, sought to provoke a violent confrontation with Klansmen and Nazis. Boyle took the stand for about 45 minutes Wednesday morning, testifying for the prosection about the reproduction and storage of three videotapes used to record the Greensboro incident. 1 Boyle said there were no deletions or alterations of the three tape recordings his camera crew made of the inci dent, and that the footage was of "good quality, well shot, and certainly to the standards of almost any broad cast operation." Testimony from prosecution witnesses continued later Wednesday, the thirteenth day of the trial. Also on the witness stand Wednesday were' former WTVD producer Cleve Hartman and Charlotte FBI agent Carlos Castinella, who made copies of the videotape of the 1979 Greensboro shootings. From page 1 complete ball game," he said. "We played a consistent defense and we forced turnovers." Jordan, a guard who is about as good on the boards as he is from the field, led the five Tar Heels who were double figures, with 21 points and eight rebounds. What Jordan didn't take care of, UNC's twin towers, Daugherty and forward Sam Perkins, did with a flair. Perkins casually sank that graceful hook of his, hit from the baseline, popped from the perimeter and, along with Daugherty, took Wake's big man, Anthony Teachey, out of the game. "We've been struggling lately," Perkins said. "We were winning close games and we weren't satisfied. "We wanted to come out fired up and play good D. We wanted to win big, but we didn't expect it to happen so quickly." Perkins chalked up 20 points and 11 re bounds, while Daugherty, who did not even take a "shot in Saturday's game against Duke, hit the boards nine times and scored 12 points, including UNC's first two baskets as the Tar Heels led all the way, with the biggest margin at 41 points. When this one was decided, and with still more than five minutes to go, reserve forward Cecil Exum kept the crowd of 10,000 in terested. Exum commanded attention, especially in the closing minutes when he became the floor leader, making steals, leading the break, and putting in a nifty layup with 41 seconds re maining that gave UNC a 100-59 lead. But even Exum, who Finished with 1 1 points in six minutes on the court, was as modest as the rest of his teammates. "I feel confident out there when the team is playing well," Exum said. "When the crowd is cheering, it gets your momentum up. I just want to see this team achieve another national . championship." Exum talked a lot about the team, and very little about himself. Perhaps there is something to be said for modesty, after all. State ana- Nation J vgi ii ii The Associated Press " WASHINGTON President Reagan and House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. argued bitterly Wednes day about whether to keep U.S. Marines in Beirut, with Reagan saying he would not permit terrorists to drive the United States out of Lebanon. "i tried to tell him the facts of life as I saw them," said O'Neill, D-Mass., who has withdrawn his sup port of Reagan's Middle East policies. "It was very strident," said one source familiar with the exchange. "It was hot." One participant described O'Neill as offering "very frank and for thright" opinions to which Reagan replied: "I cannot say to states which are supporting terrorists that terrorism has succeeded in forcing us out of the Middle East." In the meeting with several House and Senate leaders of both parties, O'Neill said he told Reagan the Marines have outlived any usefulness they had as part of a multinational peacekeeping force in Lebanon." WASHINGTON Anticipating new calls by President Reagan for domestic budget cuts, the chairman of a hunger study by big-city mayors said Wednesday the federal government "is tightening its belt around the necks of the urban poor." Ernest Morial, the Democratic mayor of New Orleans, told a meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors that the report of a White House task force on hunger earlier this month was "an insult to urban America." The Conference of Mayors opened a three-day meeting hours before Reagan's State of the Union address. Morial headed a mayors' Task Force on Joblessness and Hunger, which took sharp issue with the fin dings and recommendations of the White House study. "While we cannot count how many hungry people there are in America, we know that a serious problem exists and that our national government, along with state and local govern ments and the private sector, must res pond to it," said the mayors' study. RALEIGH A Colombian made threats against his sister's two young children and was snorting cocaine dur ing a three-day siege on an Amtrak car that left two dead, a prosecutor said Wednesday. Wake County District Attorney J. Randolph Riley made his opening statements in the trial of Mario Evangelista Villabona Navas, who is charged with murder in the October 1982 deaths of his sister and her infant son. Attorneys selected the last of three alternate jurors Wednesday morning, and the jury of five men and seven women was impaneled to hear the case. Navas, who has pleaded innocent by reason of insanity, appeared in a dark blue suit with his attorneys, Joseph B. Cheshire V of Raleigh and Thomas F. Loflin III of Durham. A Federal Communications Com mission official has rejected Sen. Jesse Helms' complaint about radio adver tisements sponsored by the North Carolina Democratic Party. "In as much as you complain about the content of issues programming .... there appears no basis for any com mission action on your complaint," Milton O. Gross, chief of the commis sion's Fairness and Political Program ming Branch, said in a letter to the North Carolina Republican's re election committee. Gross said in a telephone interview from Rockville, Md., on Tuesday that he advised the Helms for Senate Com mittee that it could file a complaint against WBT-AM of Charlotte under the FCC's Fairness Doctrine if it thought the station had been unfair. LAKE CITY, Fla. Exter minators armed with sticks and rifles battled an army of hundreds of bats some of them rabid-that took up residence in a Lake City school gym nasium. "We shot'em and beat'em with sticks," said John Buckley, owner of a pest control firm hired to get rid of the bats at Lake City Junior High East. In a grand assault Tuesday, maintenance workers also knocked four holes in the walls of the building so the exterminators could funnel in exhaust fumes from county vehicles to kill dozens more of the winged crit- 4 0 9 0 o The best pizza in town.?" kv-' : : s. . - rSZf . The best pizza in tCfvm.fffntAt'! BUY ONE ... Medium 2 -ingredient pizza, get one of equal or less value for $2.C0 G Medium 3-ingredient pizza, get one of equal or less value for $1.00 G Medium 4 ingredient pizza, get one of equal or less value FREE Expires February 14, 1984 one election per coupon "Reg. crust only DELIVERY ONLY 0O5-UlN'Uff ! Large 2-ingredient pizza, get one of equal or less value for $3. 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Call 967-4273 for more info. Feb. 1 Cruiseomarics, Feb. 14 Brice Street! -HOLISTIC WEIGHT MANAGEMENT GROUP will assist you in learning the basics of a healthy lifestyle so that you can begin to effectively manage weight Limited to students less than 25 pounds overweight. Starting Mondays, Feb. 20. 3-4:40 - Health Education. Call 966-2281, ext. 275 for more information. "EATING FOR THE WRONG Reasons Group" for women to begin recognizing, confronting, and resolving the compulsion to overeat Starting Tuesdays, Feb. 21. 3-4:30 Health Ed ucation. Call 966-2281. ext. 275 for more information. BLACK MALES & BLACK FEMALES-$45 will b paid to healthy noo-sasokers 18-35, who complete as EPA breathing study oa the UNC caaspaa. For aaor info picas cafl 966-1253. Monday-Friday 8 mtm-5 pas. announcements "Where Is Happiness?" the Laughing Man Institute pie sents an introductory video of the life and teaching of Da FreeJohn, American-born Spiritual Master. Jan. 27 7:30 pm 540-A Dogwood Dr. 967-9311. 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Applications may be picked up at the Union Desk and returned there by Jan. 30. Get Involved! "SEEING MAN AS CHRIST sees him" Northwest Chapter Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Large group. 7:00 in the Chapel of the Cross parlor. PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT Sottas 1984 RAINBOW SOCCER ftUoartratloa bafltaa Moaday, Jaau. 16, aooa-6 pas, Moau-FrL. 500 W. RoMatary, Chapel H0L Flald Refliatre Uoa la Sat. Fab. 11 18. 10-ooon, at Rainbow Soccor Stadaaaa, off Clalaad Road and 1S-541. TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT Sat Fab. 25. 10 aooa, Rahtbow Stadia as. PRACTICE BEGINS -Mo-. Fab. 27. brtoroetad Coach and Spon sor call 9674797. RAINBOW SOCCER la a non-profit recreational proajrasa la Its 25th open to poops of any aga. mm or hiu. COME PARTY WITH THE Pi Kappa. Saturday, Janaary 28. AS casnpas party featuring live rock and ton with STEPS. 9 pa antfl 216 Ffailey Road. RESUME WRITING SEMINAR JANUARY 25, 1984 at 7 KM) p.m. 1601 Hillsborough St in Raleigh. 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Jan. 27. help wanted PETITIONS NOW AVAILABLE IN Ssdte C for candi dates rtashi la Febnury election. Deadline for completed petftloaat Fob. 4, 5:00 pas. See Andy Satberlaad. Again this Spring! THE NEW WELL A WELLNESS RESOURCE CENTER Student Health Service 2nd Floor Health Education Suite 942-WELL or 966:2281 (EXT. 275) Drop in or call for health information andor referral. Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Thurs. 8 am-J 2 noon on Friday 18-30 YEAR OLD white males with respiratory colds and flu are needed for paid research study at the US Environmental Protection Agency. Chapel Hill. Subjects must be In good general health. Smokers and non-smokers needed. Please call Dr. Robert Chapman or Dr. Robyn Temper at 541-3804 (days); 942-3912 (nights). Please teU your friends. f I O TEST YOURSELF: ARE YOU an effective time-manager? Can you work 2-4 hrswk consistently? Are you success oriented? Earn base performance-based bonuses. 1-800-243-6679. TUTORS ARE BEING RECRUITED in the areas of foreign language, math, science, English and history for the Upward Bound Project, a program for educationally disadvantaged high school students. Interested students should see Ms. Marilyn Williams, Upward Bound Program, 207 Hill Bldg., UNC-CH for applications. Deadline Feb. 1. 1984. COUNSELORS-SEEKING QUALIFIED COUNSELORS for 75 children's camps in Northeast July, August. Contact Association of Independent Camps (UNC, 60 Madison Ave nue, New York, N.Y. 10010 (212) 679-3230. DOMINO'S PIZZA, WANTS YOU to earn $5-$10 per hour. We are a winning team and need hustling people like you im mediately! We have 20 positions available for winners who have their own car with insurance if you are 18 years old or older and interested in an exciting part or fun time job. Please call 967-0006. or drop by 209 15-501 by-pass today! COUNSELORS FOR CO-ED SUMMER camp m the moun tains of North Carolina. Room, meals, laundry, salary and travel allowance. 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You may also contact Sonya Loving our cam pus rep. at 967-2536 or the Placement Office. WE NEED HEALTHY MALES 19-30 for 2 studies on alcohol elimination. One requires a One day lab visit the other a 2 day lab visit requiring 8 to 10 hours drinking alcohol and giv ing breath samples. Send name, address, and phone number to B.P. Crownover. 1124 FLOB 231 H, Dept of Pharmacol ogy, UNC Campus, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. Payment upon completion of visits). services ONE BEDROOM UNFURNISHED APARTMENT available to sublease. $234.00 per month plus utilities. Located on J and C bus routes. Call 933-7791 LUXURY LAUREL RIDGE APARTMENT to sublease Fe bruary through July. 2 bedroom townhouse. Dishwasher. Spacious, quiet Graduate students or professionals. $439 . month. Call Lenny. 942-5015. for sale GIVE US A SPIN! The Buzz Brothers wiU D J your next party for $75. Call us at 929-2587. ABORTION TO 18 WEEKS. Private and confidential Gyn facility with Saturday and evening appointments available. 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Forms must be returned by Friday February 10th. HAPPY 19th KATTNA MY best friend's girlfriend. Maybe we can get together sometime and listen to the Dixie Dregs. 1 think you're NJ-I-C-E! Love Robert ROOTH: HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Since you're anally 19 lef s be "artistic" and live it up! I love you (more than life Itself?) SAC. CHARLES - YOU COULD PARTY til you puke that $25.00. Oh weU, Purdys wiU sttU enjoy your company. Happy Birthday! Dr. Gloom. Students with Diabetes Meet other students with diabetes 4 Learn more about your illness Share concerns, ideas, information Group begins Feb. 6 For info call 966-2281 ext. 254 before 131 screening appointment required Order of the Bell Tower announces its Annual .j Membership Drive 1. 1. a Applications now a. 5 mrfiTi J avanaoie at Ui I hi KIT u i. a - x. a i i ir i 7i lit ji i i riv Deadline: Monday, january 30 f) Say ttI Love You" if with a J V Daily Tar Heel jf personal. Nl Deadline Feb. 8 Y -t 5 pm y .