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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, February 18, 1975, Page 2, Image 2

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Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1875 CaalMim flgcM not to imdlcDFs y yui1 Ttte Dally Tar Heel ompus Col I by Art Eisenstadt Staff Writer The Carolina Coalition did not endorse candidates for any campus office during its convention Sunday night, citing recent criticism of the Coalition and poor attendance as reasons fcr the decision. Mark Dearmon, who was elected Coalition chairman at the meeting, specifically referred to an anti-Coalition editorial in last Friday's Daily Tar Heel and the fact that only 14 of the organization's members attended the convention as two problems the group encountered. The Coalition members attending included several candidates for Campus Governing Council (CGC). Three candidates for DTH editor Elliott Warnock. Cole C. Campbell and Barnie Pay also attended. In light of the editorial and in light of the turnout, it would be in the best interest of the body to refrain from endorsing candidates," Dearmon said. Ben Steelman, elected vice-chairman, said, lf we endorse tonight, we would be holding ourselves up to a lot of charges against us." Steelman recommended taking a "straw polF of Coalition members by telephone and making the results available to any interested students. Dearmon said the Executive Board of the Coalition decided not to endorse candidates after the DTH editorial had been printed. After the meeting, Dearmon said he did not feel the. decision against endorsements would affect the Coalition's reputation: He did say that the Coalition's intent "at a very early stage" was to endorse or even nominate candidates, but repeated that its Final charter revisions will be discussed today Final plans to incorporate recommended changes in the town charter will be discussed today when the Board of Aldermen meets with Charter Commission members. The meeting at 4 p.m. in the Municipal Building is open to the public. The public showed little concern with the Charier Commission's suggestions in January, when only six citizens attended a public hearing on the issue. The Board may choose from several methods in revising the charter, including calling a referendum, sending the proposed changes to the General Assembly for approval, or bypassing either and passing a town ordinance to legalize the revised charter. The referendum would normally have to be held within the next six months. Alderman Gerry Cohen, however has suggested that the board ask the General. Assembly to waive this requirement and delay the referendum until the November election. This would avoid a referendum in the summer so that more students could vote. iV7 The2.19 "Surf & Turf "Platter Li RESTAURANTS 132 W. Franklin St. Sun. Thurs. 8 a.m. 12 midnight Fri. Sat. 8 a.m. 2 a.m. Maynard Ferguson & his Orchestra! Thursday, February 27, 8 p.m. Memorial Hall $2 i V g. .... X. i 1 , A Carolina Union presentation & a part of csCa It's Breaking Our Hearts To Offer Those Dig .Hearted mm REDUCTIONS! All Sale Shoes Were to $34 MO Were to $24 ........... .8 Were to $17 ..... ........ 6 BOOT SPECIAL Were to $45 : .5-$10-$15 SELECTION OF MEN'S SHOES . . . . .Vi price Tutti fruitfi Rack Values to $40. . . . , . 1$10 Reductions 60-70 on Tops Pants Coats Dresses Jackets Pantsuits . Long Dresses porpourn UNIVERSITY SQUARE, DOWNTOWN CHAPEL HILL NEXTTO GRANVILLE TOWERS current purpose is to get students involved in Student Government. In other action at the convention, party members approved the Coalition constitution and by-laws with virtually no debate, rejecting a resolution to raise graduate student fees from $7 to $9 per semester. It also added two more members to its executive board, and re-elected all current members, bringing the size of the board to eight. The new board members are John Sawyer and Ed Rodman. Members retained include Dearmon, Steelman, Tony Wike, Chip Cox, Laura Dickerson (who agreed to serve only until another woman could be found to replace her) and Winston Cavin. Ft Goapal Student FaSewaMp Boor lounge. Graanlaw- 738 tantgM. er& Proposal for beer sales on campus is defeated by Dirk VHmoth Staff Writer A resolution calling for beer sales on campus was killed Monday in a meeting of the Student Stores Advisory Committee. After listening to discussion of the resolution, Chairman James Branch, the executive director of Auxiliary Enterprises and Services, said the resolution was out of order and refused to permit additional discussion. Branch said the resolution was not a matter the committee should consider since it is up to the state legislature to change laws concerning beer sales. . ' . " " Branch's action came after Gary Thomas, a Student Government representative, spoke about his efforts to get beer sales on state campuses. Thomas said both Duke University and Davidson College currently have beer sales on campus. He asked, "Why can't state schools sell beer on campus when private schools can?" He said legislation will be introduced into the N . C. Senate soon which would change three statutes governing the sale of beer on state campuses. Robert Arundell, who placed the subject of beer sales on the committee's agenda, said he thought the sales would be good for students. He said the sales would be a convenience. "Maybe students would just go downstairs and buy one (beer) instead of going up town and buying a case." He said beer sales would not increase student consumption of beer. "I don'tthink there is' going to be a mad rush to the snack bar to consume the beer that is there." He said the student response he has received concerning beer sales on campus has been positive. Branch said it is the task of student government to express the wishes of the students to the Chancellor N. Ferebee Taylor. He said, "It is out of our domain." Tha Woman'a HmOi CSnic to taw-prtaaa tfucaSoMt (Bacxtmkm and axaminaOon c3re hald two nMs Mk la Studwtf HaatSa Sarvica. A group acuaao to fcald 7 OJ. Tuttdcrs. 295 SKS. ExamtoaStoni tor confracopfionat avaSabte. by appalntaaairt. - ojw. Wadnaadays. Co to parachute das today evouh Thursday. Jump Ma awafcandl Interested afctdante may Imn sola at Boa . Union or cafl $29-837 after 7 p-m. TlM Parachute Club la atafladluty by US. ParachutaAaaoclrtormtrt Carolina lea Hocfcay Club asaatbtg 639 tontght. South GO,UnkxvS0du43baca2teCteLAnronateteraated in playing In Charlotte ovac Sta araakand muat attend. Informal program on Cuba. 730 tonight. Toy tounga.Day. Ta& and alidaa by Gary liacSath. Sponaorad by tha Sortedad Hiapanlca. Morriaon Senate wffl maat. 10 tonight, larga racraation room. It you ara atu a Senator in good atanding. pteaaa attend. BIBa to be praaantad. Candidate for DTH editor wfll debate, 2:15 today, HoareM auditorium. Sponaorad by tha Journaflat aditora In cooperation with School of Journalism. Bahal faith topic for discussion: "Tha 20th Century: Transition to Universal Consciousness," tonight. 202 McCautey St. AS ara welcome. Young Democrats Ciub wU meet, 7:30 lonifiht, 204 Union. Officers witt be elected; lobbying to be discussed. AM members urged to attend. oZJ?TT Ooomtr 330 today. Gardner. r.M mot Wcka ctoggtBfl Tba Ctegslng CA am show naecfaavy. rwt. Mama M. protaaalonal bualnaaa tratamlty, wn 733 fc. 235 Unkft" w Faster Sea anil maat 530 tonight, 10J Youth r. ,o ,5tend. Surara. rw rr UWC Scuba Club arS maat 7 tonight. 304 Woolten. ta uafch be dtecusaed. Al dhrt weJcome. volunteers are needed to assist tha United Jewish App. J2rSW campaign. Maat tt30 tonight at the Hin. Poundatton! 210 Cameron Ae. For more Inio. cafl ort29-5SS4. Yoaa-ajtedStatlon. Free Instruction 9 pjn. rwj Tuesday night? Presbyterian Student Canter (opposite Post Off.). Tha Campus Governing Council wfll meet tonight, 215 Union. Aloha EpaBon Delta, pre-med. pre-dental honor society, Mta7 tonight. 106 BerryhiH. Dr. Tad Roberaon, UNC Dental School, will discuss Dental School admissions and oral surgery. Everyone Invited. Computation Center Short Course. Problem Solving Utin, API. 3:30 today. 220 PhBlipa. IRSS Short Course. SPSS for tha Experienced Computer User. 2 today. M Manning. Tax hearing postponed; attorneys granted "delay Village Opticians O Prescriptions accurately filled O Lenses duplicated O Contact lenses filled, cleaned and polished O Headquarters for . quality sunglasses STUDY ABROAD THIS SUMMER UNC-A Study Abroad offers 4 weak sessions at Oxford, England; Montapalltar, Franca; and University Coilesa, Galway, Ireland. Six hours credit avaiiabla In aach session. Room, board, and all fees for 4 . weeks, $525. Literature, philosophy, art, French and Irish language and culture. JtAfeit.UNCA-Atoroad-Progrern, University of North CafroJhtaet AshevIHe, Milevllle, North Carolina 28804. John C. Southern 1 Iro ncori OntIIarT .nnt?ji ' fc U ' ww.w.-.. 121 E. Franklin St. Between Varsity Theatre & Intimate A public hearing on the proposed taxation of University properties, scheduled to be held in conjunction with tonight's Orange County commissioners meeting, has been postponed because the University's legal counsel can not attend. . The University's lawyers, Myron Banks and Norman Sloan, work for the state Attorney General's office, which serves as legal counsel for the University. Banks is out of town on another case and Sloan is ill, a spokesman said. Commissioner Norm Gustaveson said the hearing may be rescheduled for Mar. 6, but 1 rA a. c,- Hind. d the county manager's office could not confirm that a date has been set. The Attorney General's office issued an opinion last month stating that the University is not subject the city and county property taxation. The opinion recommends that the University remain exempt from property taxes as it has been for more than a century. The case is expected to go to the courts and may not be settled for years, officials say. A hearing on Chapel Hill's assessment of University properties, based on the county's appraisal figures, is scheduled for Mar. 3. ,u iA,nazxvjoo Certified Electrologist O Sculpted Nails O Ears Pierced O Permanent Hair Removal Facials O Individual Lashes 9:30-5, Mon.-Sat. 942-8564 By appointment only. ijm mum. S3 j In Historic Hillsborough 7 t Featuring Old South Cooking I 153 West King Street ( V.V. "PETE" Thompson, Innkeeper i Play, the Stealc FoMSaMo D'li-' 1 Pick up this friendly little bumper sticker at the Steak Pub Restaurant. There's no charge for it and you're not obligated to stay and eat with us. Put it on your car's bumper and driver around with it just as you normally do. That's all there is to it! The winners will be chosen randomly, by license plate numbers, from among the cars that display the Steak Pub stickers. The first winner will be announced on Feb. 25. Then every Tuesday for six consecutive weeks winners will be chosen, ending with the selection of a grandprize winner. Everyone is eligible (except Steak Pub employees). But remember, in order to be chosen a winner, your car must be wearing a Steak Pub bumper sticker Read the Tar Heel regularly to keep up with the announcements. And now, about the prizes Win ttoese exdttneg prizes (wow n. O IO DLnifni(SLf,S wi" "-eceive at tli St Pull one night per week (through April 30). It's all FREE! And you can chooso tho nights for your f roo dinner 83 'S GRAND WO7S PRIZE VUUUUtfU(?ir will receive a fop Sm CT3 t.-a oi mmmm mmm pan mmm i m m i- -m ff m asss 4 days and 3 nights. W and it's all FUEE, ... 5- compliments of tho Otosk Pub. Bon Voycgo!

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