The Rev. Jerry Falwell led more than 5,000 persons in a Dallas rally against pornography as 350 anti-apartheid demonstrators protested the Baptist preacher’s support of the racist regime in South Africa. Falwell and members of the National Federation for Decency carried signs and marched a mile from Cole Park near downtown Dallas to the Southland Corp. headquarters to protest the sale of adult magazines at the company’s 7-Eleven stores. Walking on the opposite side of the street and carrying signs protesting racism were about 350 members of the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People.