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VOTE JISVl WALLACE SS!
TODAY'S MAYORAL ELECTION
JIMMY WALLACE 0fgreat
importance are the multiple roles imposed upon the Mayor's office.
As the presiding officer, he must be able to work with, and have the
state and federal agencies
multiply, the image of a community, as projected by its Mayor, becomes a
critical factor in the successfull ongoing of the governmental process. I
believe that I can strike a balance in this area that will result in continuing
benefits to Chapel Hill, and I would wish to do this without injury to the
many legitimate concerns of our diverse community."
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cooperation of, the members of
the Board. He must also provide,
and it must be readily available,
a sympathetic ear for the
citizenry. These two functions
might be called his local, or
But there is a third, and
function: he must represent
Chapel Hill in dealings with
other governmental bodies! As
regional concepts become more
central in our political process,
and as relations between local,
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Officials at the recently closed Genesis
House have scrapped the concept of a self
sufficient farm as part of their drug
treatment program and are considering
renting their facilities to another agency,
Organizations plan recruitment
on Carolina campus next week
The following organizations will be
recruiting on campus the week of Nov. 10-14
at the Career Planning the Placement Office,
211 Hanes Hall.
Monday, Nov. 10
Cannon Mills, Inc.
Amos Tuck School of Business
Tuesday, Nov. 11
Seidman & Seidman
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York
American Graduate School of International
U niversity of Rochester, G raduate School of
University of Tulsa, College of Law
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agency, DAC chairperson says
Drug Action Committee Chairperson
Robert Williams said recently.
Genesis House, a local drug rehabilitation
center, was forced to close temporarily last
week because state funds were not available
to finance the program. The North Carolina
Drug Commission had funded the program
but did not renew its grant when it came up
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for renewal last June.
The treatment center was originally
conceived of as a residential facility that
would provide a place for a drug abuser to
become both drug-free and productive to
society, Williams said. The residents worked
on the farm, which was supposed to be self
sufficient. But Genesis House has been gradually
shifting away from the self-sufficient farm
concept, Dr. Jane Faily, drug treatment
director of the Orange-Person-Chatham
Mental Health Center, said recently.
"Genesis House really needed to
reorganize," Faily said. The Drug Action
Committee needed a readjustment period to
reevaluate its program, she said.
"The funding difficulties just made the
timing now," she said.
But Drug Action Committee Chairperson
Robert Williams said that Genesis House
had received funding from the North
Carolina Drug Commission last June, the
drug treatment facility would not have
"The program concept would have
changed and the farm been deemphasized,
but we would have been able to continually
operate it (Genesis House)," Williams said.
Economic factors were the main reasons
for temporarily closing Genesis House, but
there were other less important
considerations, Williams said.
"One is that we were not totally satisfied
with the program we had, but it's all tied up
with the economics because we couldn't
perform the program at a level we're satisfied
with (without the money)."
Williams said that operating a farm to
support the residential drug treatment center
was not a solid concept.
"The farm never supported itself, and it
drained money that could have gone into
making the program better.
"There was a time when the farm was
beneficial to the patients as a means of
treatment, but since I've been working with
There will be a meeting (or those Interested In forming a
medical technology club at 7:30 p.m. In Room 207 of the
A UNCCC Short Course, "APL Shared Variables and
System Variables," will be taught by Jim Kitchen at 3:30 p.m.
In 224 Phillips.
A meeting lor all AEO members on the Community Health
Committee and for all people Interested In working on the
Tay-Sachs disease counseling program, wiil'be held at 7 p.m.
in Room 206 of the Union.
A meeting of the C.R.O.W. Consciousness Raising for
Overweight Women will be held at 8 p.m. at "A Woman's
Place" (Presbyterian Student Center). They're grouping to
understand being overweight and female. For information,
call 942-1511 or 967-7188.
There will be a meeting of the Circle K Club at 7:30 p.m.
upstairs by the Music Gallery in the Union.
Jim Wallace, candidate for mayor of Chapel Hill, will be
around the pit from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. to meet students and
to discuss today's election.
Israel Awareness: The Palestinians. Film "Twice
Promised Land" controversial film ort the Palestinian
problem, 7:30 p.m.
The Special Projects Committee will meet at 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the South Gallery Meeting Room of the Union.
Association for Women Students and Olivia Records will
present Meg Christian, a feminist folk singer, in concert at 8
p.m. Thursday in Carroll Hall. Tickets are $2 and may be
purchased in advance at the Union Desk or the AWS office.
Tickets will also be available at the door.
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the program, it's been more burdensome
than beneficial, ne saia.
Dr. Robert Senior, one of the founders of
Genesis House, cited the nationwide
decrease in drug abuse and increase in
alcoholic abuse as a possible reason for
closing the house.
The Drug Action Committee wants to
build a new treatment facility that will serve
more people than the present facility, which
serves five, Williams said.
But although the type of abuse may have
changed, a residential drug treatment center
is still needed in the Chapel Hill area.
Williams said. He added that he anticipates
the reopening of Genesis House in six to nine
months at the latest but noted that this is
only an estimate.
Reopening hinges on renewed state
funding or an agreement whereby the
Mental Health Center or some other agency
could hire personnel and run the program
while renting the Drug Action Committee's
The recent appointment of Dr. Jonnie
McLeoud as chairperson of the North
Carolina Drug Commission may help the
Chapel Hill Drug Action Committee obtain
state funding for Genesis Hmuse next June,
"She seems to be oriented toward drug
treatment programs," Williams said.
McLeoud, a Charlotte pediatrician, founded
a residential drug treatment program in
Genesis House, previously funded by the
North Carolina Drug Commission through
the Orange-Person-Chatham Mental Health
Center, did not receive funds last June when
its grant was up for renewal.
Faily said this resulted from a
"communication gap" between the Drug
Commission and the Mental Health Center.
The Mental Health Center was not informed
of the special criteria for the demonstration
grant it was applying for, she said.
The Latter Day Saint Student Association will show a film,
"Meet the Mormons," at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday In 101
Greenlaw. All interested persons are Invited to attend.
The Student Academic Reform Committee will meet at 5
p.m. Wednesday. Check the Union Desk for location.
A great big birthday party! "A Woman's Place" Is one year
old. All friends are invited to a birthday party Wednesday at
the Presbyterian Student Center, 110 Henderson Street. A
pot luck salad lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m. and birthday
cake and coffee, from 1 to 4 p.m. Everyone is welcome to drop
in, male and female.
Israel Awareness Week
Folk Dancing!!! Israeli Folk Dancing in the Pit in front of the
. Union, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Israel Reconsidered, Israel after the war. Film "Israel
Reconsidered" and speaker f Dr. Michael Gundle, an
American-born Israeli citizen medical officer during the Yom
Kipper War, speaks on his experiences.
Israel Aliyah Information Center. 12 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday.
The deadline for picking up 1975
Yackety-Yacks is 5 p.m. today. All
subscriptions are void after 5, as stated on
the subscription cards. Books may be
picked up in the Yackety-Yack office.
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