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By KAIUIN HAYWOOD
Members of the Student Government Town Affairs
staff have mailed letters to 50 small-town universities
across the nation "to find out any problems other
schools have had with noise or noise ordinances," said
John Stedman, a member of the subcommittee on
The purpose of the letters is to find out how other
schools have dealt with noise and the reaction from
students and town residents at other schools, Stedman
So far, two schools the University of California at
f3avis and Michigan State University have responded,
Stedman said. '
Davis wrote that students at the university formed a
City Student Lobby in 1974 to ensure that student
needs would be met on noise and other problems. In
response to Davis citizens' concerns about noise, the
City Student Lobby created the Student Police Liaison.
"This person interacts with student groups and the
police to be sure that all social functions run
smoothly," the university wrote. As a result of the
Student Police. Liaison's work,' the average number of
complaints per party in Davis has gone down from 30
to about 4.
The City Student Lobby in Davis has been able so far
to discourage the passing of a noise ordinance, the
Michigan State University wrote that it is having
similar problems (to Chapel Hill) with a noise
ordinance. The East Lansing Council changed the
noise ordinance to include noise which is "plainly
audible on a property or in a dwelling unit other than
which it is located," MSU wrote.
Public service announcements must be turned in at the box outside the DTH offices in the Carolina Union,
by 1 p m. if they are to run the next day Each item wili be run at least twice.
The new ordinance in East Lansing states that any
sound-producing devices audible in a dwelling other
than where it originated is a "prima facie" violation. If
an East Lansing police officer hears noise upon
arriving at the sight of a complaint, he needs no further
evidence to prosecute. The minimum penalty for a first
conviction is $50, or officers can issue a warning.
Stedman encouraged any student or resident who is
interested in finding out about or stating his opinion on
noise in Chapel Hill to call Action Line at 966-4084.
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Chapel Hill Transit's 16 new buses
may not arrive from the factory until
mid-November, Assistant Transportations .
Director Bill Callahan said Wednesday. :
The transportation department has
contracted Fleet Carriers of Pontiac,
Mich., to deliver the buses. Fleet has
delayed the delivery because of a
backlog in its orders, Callahan said. The
buses were scheduled for delivery this
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All Aboard . . .if you dare.
Shows at 7:30 9:30
CAROLINA CLASSICS SERIES
Cary Grant Stars in ,
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Matinees at 3:00- 5:15
"We could go get them ourselves, but
we would be incurring the risk of ,
damaging the buses," he said.
Normally the delivery company is
liable for any damages, he said.
If the transportation department were
to drive the buses to Chapel Hill, at least
20 people would be needed for the trip,
including 16 drivers, additional relief
drivers and one mechanic.
Callahan said this loss of personnel
could interrupt regular bus service
during the trip. The bus system employs
about 70 full-and part-time drivers.
The new buses were manufactured by
General Motors Corp. in Pontiac,
Mich., arid are undergoing inspection.
. Transportation Director Bob Godding
is in Pontiac to oversee the inspection.
"The inspection should be completed
by the end of this week', barring any
unforeseen circumstances," Callahan
At least eight of the buses already
have been inspected and accepted by the
department, he said.
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John and Sue . . . .after graduating from Duke University, decided
to make Durham their home and have recently purchased the
China Inn Restaurant. They invite you to visit them and enjoy for
yourself the new decor, daily luncheon specials, evening dining or
a leisurely drink at the end of an evening.
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"Locally," "The State " and "At Large" every Friday on the The Daily Tar Heel editorial page.
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Iht .aller Committee of the Carolina I nion meets at
3:J0 in room 2J6. AM inierestetl "parties" welcome.
The Poverty Action Committee will meet at 3:30 in room
206 of the Campus Y.
Mid-Campus Chapter of lnter- arsi! will meet at 7 p.m.
in 217 Union. Susan Sutton. IVCF staff worker, will be
speaking on "Loving the Unlovely.
I NC Recreation Society presents Minnie Mouse of Walt
Disney World recruiting here. A slide presentaiion will be
presented at 7:30 in 202 Student Union.
Students Against Militarism will hold a forum entitled
"The Iranian-Iraqi War." Brief presentations by Iranian
and Iraqi students will be followed by an open discussion.
Come and find out both sides of the story. Meet at 7:30 p.m.
in Gerrard Hall.
Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship; Granville and off
campus chapter will have a meeting at 7 pjn. at the
University Methodist Church in the basement. The speaker
will be Hunter Dockery-staffworker at ASU.
Ir. Herbert Bodman, VSC professor of history, will
speak 3:30-5 p.m. in the Carolina Union at the International
Center Discourse on "The Candidates and American
Foreign Policy." This week's discussion will focus on the
Middle East. All students are welcome. Refreshments will be
Gay Awareness Planning Meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the
Union Room to.be posted. Please attend.
Everyone is invited to attend the campuswide meeting of
Campus Crusade for Christ in 210 Hanes Hall at 6:30 p.m.
Free Flick "Saul Alinsky Goes lo War" a cinematic
chronicle of a "war" against Eastman Kodak by black
people of Rochester, N.Y. Sponsored by the School of Social
Work in 101 Greenlaw at 7:30 p.m.
Program: "The Visual Poser of the Information Film."
Speaker will be Marty Shelton, head of the Film and
Television Projects Branch of the Naval Weapons Center in
China Lake, Cal. Sponsored by the UNC Department of
Radio-Television and Motion Pictures at 8 p.m. in l-A
The First Collegiate Bass Masters of I NC will meet at
7:00 in Greenlaw 107. All interested persons are urged to
Christian Science Organization will meet in the Union at
4:30. All are welcome. Check Union desk for number.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet at 9 p.m. in
Great Hall. Robert and Karen Gray will present a program
of Christian Munsi music. Everyone is invited.
Argonauts: There will be a Golden Fleece at 5:30 p.m. Call
933-3301 for location.
The Institute for Environmental Studies will sponsor a
lecture by Amory Lovins. Lecture title is:"Soft Energy
Paths, How To Enjoy The Inevitable." Meet at 7:30 on
Saturday in 111 Murphey Hall.
Corner Ministries visits the N.C. Correctional Center in
Hillsborough Saturday. To share with others the Great
News, meet at the Chapel Hill Bible Church at 12:30 p.m.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Alpha Phi Omega has various articles from around
campus in its Lost and Found. Check by Smith Building
basement from 9:30 to 4:00 weekdays. Found articles may be
turned in also.
Applications are-being accepted this semester for the 1982
Carolina Symposium. Proposal guidelines are available in
Dean Boulton's office, 201 Steele. Interested students should
contact Richard Whisnant at 968-9062.
Any member of the Society of Janus who has not received
announcements concerning this year's activities, please call
Janis to confirm your address.
FSO (Foreign Service Examination) Dec. 6. Applications
must be received in Washington, D.C., by Oct. 24 at no cost.
Given in Raleigh. Applications and information in 101 Nash
Hall and 21 1 Hanes.
PQT (Professional Qualification TeslJ Nov. 15.
Applicaiions must be received in California by Oct. 25.
Qualifications exam for liberal arts and math majors by
working for National Security Agency. National Security
Agency is coming to interview applicants at the University
Placement Services. 211 Hanes Dec. 2 and Feb. 5. No cost
for test. Pick up applications in 101 Nash Hall.
Applying for in-state tuition? If you are one of the 12
UNC students appealing to the State Residence Committee
in November. SCAU would like to hear about your case.
Contact a residency counselor at 933-8313. '
Upward Bound needs tutors for area high school students
in English, Spanish, French, social studies, biology,
chemistry and math for Wednesday and Thursday
afternoons. Transportation provided. If you can tutor,
please stop by Vance Hall or call 933-1281. You can make a
Petitions are available for Miss BSM in the BSM office.
Suite B of the Union. Deadline for petitions to be returned is
Friday, Oct. 24.
Student photographers are invited to submit their works to
the second annual "Rainbow in Black" photography
competition, co-sponsored by AfricanAfro-American
studies and the Black Student Movement. Entries may be
mounted black-and-white or color prints of any size and
should be submitted in 402 Alumni Hall by 5 p.m. Oct. 20.
For more information, contact Allen Johnson at 966-5496.
Chapel Thrill T-shirts are still available at the incredibly
low price of $1.50. They make great night shirts. Get them in
Suite C while the supply lasts.
x Anyone interested in serving as a hosthostess to high
school seniors during National Achievement W eekend (Nov.
6, 7,8) should go by 01 Steele Building or the BSM of fice for
WXYC T-shirts! Why go for a cheap thrill when these
never out-of-style T's are available. Help support student
radio. They'll be on sale noon to 3 p.m. in the Pit or at
Fight Souther Bell's rate increase. Sign a petition which is
available in Student Government and RHA offices and also
from hall officers and at the SCAU table in front of the Pit.
. A twist of the wrist should not cost $40.
Post Cards for requesting absentee ballots are available in
the Student Government office. Suite C of the Union. You
participated in the mock election, now vote for the real
BEAT STATE EXTRAVANGANZAH Sponsored by the
Sweet Carolines and Delta Upsilon. Pig out and see Ron
Stutu of WCHL, Woody Durham, Jimmy the Greek.
Cheerleaders, band and BSM pep club. Everyone welcome.
IntrarauraU: "Big Apple Olympics" has been postponed
to Tuesday. Oct. 28. Still time to enter call 933-1153.
The BSM Carolina Pep Club will be strutting its stuff at
the DU-Sweet Caroline Beat State Extravaganza. Pep rally is
at 6:30 p.m. Thursday on Fetzer Field.
Civiletti to talk
at law school
, .U.S. Attorney General Benjamin
Civiletti will speak in room 2 of the UNC
School of Law at 10 a.m. Saturday.
. Civiletti is visiting North Carolina to
speak before the N.C. Bar Association
Friday. His talk at the law school is open
to the public.
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"REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY, TO KEEP IT HOLY.
SIX DAYS SHALT THOU LABOR, AND DO ALL THY
WORK: BUT THE SEVENTH DAY IS THE SABBATH OF
THE LORD THY GOD: IN IT THOU SHALT NOT DO ANY
WORK, THOU, NOR THY SON, NOR THY DAUGHTER,
THY MANSERVANT, NOR THY MAIDSERVANT. NOR THY
CATTLE, NOR THY STRANGER THAT IS WITHIN THY
GATES: FOR IN SIX DAYS THE LORD MADE HEAVEN
AND EARTH, THE SEA, AND ALL THAT IN THEM IS, AND
RESTED THE SEVENTH DAY: WHEREFORE THE LORD
BLESSED THE SABBATH DAY, AND HALLOWED IT."
"IN IT thou shalt not do any work," nor any man or
animal ovsr whom you exercise authority. Probably
nothing reveals the character of a person more than the
ccrnmandmsnts ha makes, and nothing reveals the
strength o! that character more than the manner he
demands obedience to his commandments!
God surely meant what He said about The Sabbath Day:
Take this illustration concerning an Individual who was
found working on The Sabbath shortly alter the
commandments were given at Sinai, it was commandad
that the man be stoned to death by ail the congregation,
and It was done Numbers 15:32-35.
Or take this Illustration concerning the king and the
nation found In the messages from God by Jeremiah in
17:23-27, where we find that not so many years before the.
dsstructlon of Jerusalem by the king of Babylon God
promised the people of the city.lt would "Remain Forever"
If they quit working on the Sabbath, and hallowed the day:
"Then shall there enter Into the gates of this city kings
and princes sitting upon the throne of David, riding In
chariots and on horses, they, and their princes, the men of
Judah, and the Inhabitants of Jerusalem: and this city
shall remain forever. But If ye will not hearken unto Me
to hailow the Sabbath day, and not bear burden then
will I kindle a fire in the gates thereof, and It shall devour
the palaces of Jerusalem, and it shall not be quenched."
Quit work, hallow the day, and your city shall "remain
forever!" Note their reaction: "But they obeyed not,
neither Inclined their ear, but made their neck stiff, that
they might not hear, nor receive Instruction." The selge of
the city lasted about a year and a half. The walls were
broken down, the king was captured, and the last thing he
s saw before his eyes were bored out was his own sons
killed by the sword together with msny of his princes end
great men, and then he was carried away Into captivity
never to return!
Unbelief and rage against God's Commands Is Indeed a
terrible thing! The Apostle Paul said: "Knowing the terror
of The Lord, we persuade men." "I thought on my ways,
and turned my feet unto Thy testimonies. I made haste,
and delayed not to keep Thy commandments." Psalm
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