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2The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, August 26, 1981
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By RAC HKI. PKRKY
IH1I Sufi Wrilir
In a 6-3 vote that followed lively debate,
the Chapel Hill Town Council approved a
resolution Monday night to have the old
police building on Rosemary Street ap
praised for both sale and lease value.
In other action, the council passed a
resolution that would require the deve
lopers of Timberlyne Office Park South
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CELEBRATE OURSELVES:. A ' WEEKEND
RETREAT IN a natural environment with L'Chaim,
Aug. 28-30. Sponsored by UNC Hillel. Call for
CAROLINA UNION HOUSE STAFF
MEETING TODAY (Wednesday) Union
207-209. 5:00 p.m. Must attend to work
CAKE FAIRIES DELIVER CAKES IN STYLE.
Home-baked from scratch. Any occasion, message.
Birthdays a specialty song, candle included. $17.
Call the Fairies (evenings) 968-4306.
SANDELL DANCE STUDIO - 1717
LEGION ROAD. Evening classes in Ballet
aaj Tap for .adults with Ronnie Sue
MandeL Jazz with Rosemary Howard.
Beginning, Intermediate and advanced
levels. Register now. Telephone
942-5512 or 929-7394.
SAFt: DIET PILL-SPIRULINA-FOR superior
health, dynamic energy, weight loss, fasting.
Completely natural. Food of the Future.
Distributorships also available. Call Rex Mercer,
STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE IS OFFERING A
four week weight management group emphasizing
positive lifestyle behaviors beginning Monday,
September 14 from 10:30-noon, limited to students
less than 25 pounds overweight. Call 966-2281
(Ext. 275) for a screening interview.
THE YOGA PLACE. 452 W. Franklin St.. will
ofTtf 8 weekly classes for beginning and
continuing students Sept. 7 - Oct. 22 and Oct.
28 - Dec. 1 7. For information and registration,
I Part time or full time.
r Must be at least 18. Ov
Must have own car and insurance. N
Commissions and tips.
Apply in person after 4:00
503 W. Rosemary St.
Chapel Hill 929-0246
207 Oberlin Rd.
N. 746 Ninth St. jA
to widen Weaver Dairy Road into four
lanes along their property line by 1986.
The council also agreed to formulate a
.building code for condominiums.
Representatives of several community
organizations urged the council not to sell
the old police building, but to lease it to
non-profit community organizations in
stead. "We're concerned about the selling of
an old colonial structure in the center of
MR. K'S MUSIC show features a live disc jockey
playing rock, disco, pop and new wave for any size
party. Call 942-5293 for reasonable prices.
CAROLINA UNION PERFORMING ARTS
COMMITTEE WILL have a short meeting from
3:30-4:00 in Union Annex 220, this Thursday.
Please be prompt.
CAROLINA UNION TECH CREW
MEETING TODAY (Wednesday) Union
217 5:G0 p.m. must attend to work fall,
ALL FOUND ADS ARE placed free of charge in the
lost & found
LOST - BLUE - LIGHT BLUE REVERSIBLE rain
coat. Taken from SAE house. Contains set of keys
on an Aigner chain. Call 933-5947. K.S.
FOUND: A LADIES DIGITAL WATCH, at front of
post office on Franklin Street. Call and identify '
967-6640 during evenings, 966-1161 during' day,
ask Jim Donahue.
LOST FRIDAY AT PEABODY: Brown ladies wallet
with tan stripe. If found keep money but return
wallet to Gill 214 Parker or call 933-2771
LOST SET OF KEYS on a blue plastic key ring. Call
DONT PANIC ANY LONGER. 1 found your gray
hard contacts on Wednesday. Call 933-1415.
Volunteer for U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency research. Earn $50-565 upon completion of
experiment which measures the effects of 2 hour
level ozone exposure. Earn S50-S75 in an
experiment to study the effects of low levels of
gaseous and particulate air poUutents. Numerous
other minor studies are always ongoing. Levels of
poUutents are low with no known long term adverse
effects, and all research is approved by the Human
Rights Committee of the UNC Medical School. Pay
is $5.00 per hour. We need healthy, non-smoking
males, age 18-40 with no history of allergies or hay
fever. Call for more information, 8-5 Mon-Fri.,
LOOK GOOD IN PICTURES? Agency seeks
photogenic women for advertising promotion. Gtxxi
pay, flexible hours. Call between K-l I p.m. Imparl
Servkes, 214692-1440. Portfolio unnecessary.
PART-TIME SALES CIRK. TW Sh. Factory, a
men's and women's sdf-MfVMf outlet shoe store
needs someone to work nights and weekends for 16
hours a week. Apply mi mh vn at The Shoe Factory.
Eastgale Shopping C.eir?i, Chapel Hill. 7-7445.
town," said Betty Caldwell, president of
the Chapel Hill Preservation Society.
Mary Ellen Bowers, president of the
Chapel Hill Historical Society, said com
munity groups would make a committed
effort to cooperate with the town in re
habilitation of the building. .
"Selling the valuable downtown pro
perty takes it out of the town's hands,"
Chapel Hill has received requests from
the Orange County Women's Center and
from the Chief District Court for long
term use of space in the old building, said
town Planning Director Mike Jennings.
A public hearing should be held in
November, he said.
The old police building presently houses
the Orange County Sheriffs offices and
county emergency (911) services, along
with offices for the town parking atten
dants, said assistant town manager Sonna
"The building's condition is hot excel
lent, and immediate renovation costs are
between $30,000 and $60,000," she said.
Council members disagreed over the
need for an appraisal, of the building.
Council members Marilyn Boulton,
Jonathon Howes, "Bill Thorpe, Joe
Herzenberg, Bev Kawalec and Jim
Wallace voted for the appraisal. Council
rnembers R.D. Smith, Joe Straley and
Mayor Joe Nassif opposed the appraisal.
"We don't need an appraisal; we just
have to set the restrictions," Nassif said.
"Those who wish to buy or lease will tell
you how much it's worth."
But council member Wallace disagreed.
"There has to be a fairly direct corre
FINANCIAL AID CHECKS
Student Aid Off ice 300 Vance Hail
The Student Aid Office has changed procedures for the disburse
ment of .financial 'aid checks in 1981-82. Checks will be prepared
only after a student signs and returns to the Student Aid Office
the award acceptance form and all necessary papers. Students
should not expect to receive checks until the acceptance form has
been received and processed.
Fall semester checks will be disbursed on the second floor of the -Student
Aid Office in Vance Hall from 8:00 A.M. until 5:00 P.M.,
according to the schedule listed below. A student must present
registration form (class schedule) and any drop-add forms at the
Student Aid Office before checks can be released. Dental and medi
cal students must bring i.D. cards validated for the fall semester.
Acceptance Forms .
Received in Student
on or before:
Financial Aid Checks
Dental, medical, law students
All other students
Last names A-E
Last names F-L 0 1 :t
Last names M:R
Last names S-Z
All students, make-up day
All students r
Work-Study job assignments for students who have returned ac
ceptance forms can be obtained in the Student Aid Office during the
week of August 24-28. Assignments completed after that week will
be mailed to local addresses:
HEY YOU! FEEL LIKE A CHAMP? Then Be
Onel The Campus Y Tutorial Program
Needs Volunteer to help in the local
elementary, Jr. High, and Senior High
Schools. For Info: Room 102 of the Y.
MOTHER'S HELPER WANTED TO TAKE CARE
of child and do light housekeeping. Need own car.
Flexible hours good bucks. 967-4528 keep trying.
PART-TIME WORK ON CAMPUS, stapling posters
to bulletin boards. Choose your own schedule, 4-15
hours weekly. No selling your pay is based on the
amount of material distributed. Our average
campus rep earns $4-$7 per hour. This position
requires the ability to work without supervision. For
information, contact Jeanne Swenson, 500-3 rd Ave.
W.. Seattle. Washington 98119, (206) 282-8111.
WANTED: BABYSITTERS FOR 3-YEAR-OLD
SON. Must have car 967-4528.
PIZZA TRANSIT AUTHORITY is now hiring
delivery persons. Must be 18 and have own car for
delivery. Flexible schedule. Makes perfect part or
full-time job. Apply in person after 4:00 pm at PTA.
300 W. Rosemary.
SAIL BAHAMAS DURING FALL BREAK.
Experience unnecessary. $360 covers instruction,
berth (13 available), food, ' transportation Ft.
Lauderdale Bahamas and return. One week.
Professional crew from International Field Studies.
For information call Bob Daland 962-3041, 317
1980 Pontiac Sunbird 4-speed sunroof 11,500 miles
excellent condition. 493-3388.
NEW RECORDS BY LOCAL ARTISTS ON sale!
Mike Cross, Blazers, X-Teens, Secret Service,
Contenders, John Santa. Sunfire, and more. Noon
to 5, Monday August 24th through Friday August
28th. Next to Foundation Bookstore on Rosemary
TEN SPEED BICYCLE. Good condition with new
tires. $45. Call 967-6915 after 6 pm.
TEN-SPEED SCHWINN VARSITY. 22" frame,
male, yellow. $75.00. Keep calling 929-6125.
FOR SALE: DOUBLE BED-MATTRESS, box
. springs, and frame $50. Call 929-0060 after 6 pm.
REFRIGERATOR! Don't rent and throw away that
cash. Largest size allowed in dorm room! (6 cubic
feet.) Call Amy 967-1356. Keep trying!
FOR SALE: TWIN SIZE Restonk mattress and box
springs with frame and headboard. Firm mattress.
Like new. Call 967-6390.
1980 YAMAHA 400 CYCLE: purchased new April
'81; 3400 miles: two helmets; $1650: evenings
967-8067 or 542-2353.
lation between the value of the space and
what you have to pay for it," he said.
Council member Smith questioned the
cost of the .appraisal, estimated to be
$1,300. "(Why) can't we get a local,
cheaper appraisal?" he asked.
The unofficially chosen appraiser is not
a local appraiser, said interim town man
ager Ron Secrist. "It's someone very
skilled in appraising historical buildings.
A Although the issue of condominium
conversion did not lie before the council
Monday, Mayor Nassif suggested a build
ing code for condominiums to regulate
further conversions. The code, to be
finished by early November, should sup
plement the town's building code.
With an 8-1 vote, the council approved
the site plan and preliminary sketch of
Timberlyne Office Park South off of
Weaver Dairy Road. Timberlyne Asso
ciates is developing two office buildings,
an apartment complex and a shopping
center. " -
Jennings said Tuesday that the entire
Timberlyne project had been approved
by the council under the old zoning or
dinance. "The special use permits are no longer
needed with the new ordinance (passed
last spring) because the area is zoned for
both commercial and residential uses,"
The council originally proposed to re
quire Timberlyne Associates to widen the
entire stretch of Weaver Dairy Road ad
jacent to the development, but lessened
the requirement Monday night to the area
along the property line of Timberlyne Of
fice Park South (about 1000 feet).
COR SALE: REMINGTON LONG-CARRIAGE
TYPEWRITER; manual. Good condition. Call
Debbie at 933-6201. Please keep trying.
FOR SALE: DORM SIZE REFRIGERATOR. 6
cubic feet $45 - Call 968-0103.
1974 PONTIAC GOOD CONDITION. Leaving
country and must sell $750. 967-8460 after 6 pm.
SELL AND SWAP -a little bit of everything! Special
- Ladies gym shorts, size 26 - 40. white coats, plus
a surprise boxfl! All for $7.50, Furniture, beds,
books, odds and ends for the apartment or room,
ping pong tables, pictures, records, bean bags, town
maps, nurse uniforms, free desk organizors, dog
houses and play houses, pumpkins, skis and boots,
ice skates, skate boards, tennis rackets, leopard
skins, bicyle racks available for those who want to
ride out - only 3 miles" from campus!
MINI MOVING SERVICE - FAST, Friendly,
dependable, economical. Call 942-2811 before 6
pm; Call 929-3809 after 6 pm.
FLY TO THE BEACH or home any weekend. Pilot
desires passengers to share reasonable expenses.
I NEED 4 NON-STUDENT TTX. to any home
football game and am willing to make attractive
offer. Call 379-8579 collect. Art.
WANTED: NEED 2 S-5 or better. Will pay top
dollar for each possible trade. Call 963-9409
anytime. Please keep trying. We're desperate!
WANTED MUSICIANS TO PLAY WITH GROUP.
Strictly for fun. Need fiddle, banjo, guitar, bass,
mandolin. Want to play country and bluegrass. Just
amateurs: Call 933-0831.
PARKING SPACES FOR RENT - close to
campus. CaB 942-4053.
CAROLINA APTS. MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED
TO share apt. with senior and Pharmacist. Rent
$96 a month phis Vj utilities. Starts September.
CaB Dave 967-8549.
Cameras banned in Atlanta trial
ATLANTA (AP) Cameras will be banned from the courtroom during
Wayne B. Williams trial on charges of murdering two1 young blacks, the pre
siding judge in the case ruled Tuesday.
The decision by Superior Court Judge Clarence Cooper came on a motion
by the Atlanta Press Club to allow four television cameras and four newspaper
photographers in the courtroom when Williams is tried in the slayings begin
ning Oct. 5..
In a written opinion, Cooper cited Georgia Supreme Court guidelines re
quiring the consent of the defense, prosecutors and the presiding judge before
cameras can be allowed in a courtroom during a trial.
' Williams is charged with murder in the asphyxiation deaths of Jimmy Ray
Payne, 21, and Nathaniel Carter, 27, two of 28 young blacks whose deaths
over the past two years have cast a pall of fear over the city.
Airborne MX may be scrapped
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) President Ronald Reagan has all but
ruled out an airborne system for the MX missile, a White House spokesman
said Monday, but there are increasing signs that he is leaning toward a land
Deputy White House press secretary Larry Speakes told reporters Monday
Reagan had made preliminary decisions on both the MX and on a new manned
"The president certainly has made some tentative decisions," Speakes said.
"He knows what direction he wants to go on this. He has not made any final
He said he could not confirm that Reagan is moving toward a land-based
system for the MX, but said he would not dispute a statement by Sen. John
Tower, R-Texas, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, that an
airborne MX no longer was under serious consideration.
If Reagan chooses a land-based system for hiding 200 missiles among 4,600
shelters in Nevada and Utah, as recommended by the Carter administration, he
would be reversing a position he held during the 1980 presidential campaign.
Bus stikes staged in Poland
WARSAW, Poland (AP) Drivers in the industrial city of Radom halted
their buses for an hour-long protest Tuesday, and Solidarity leaders demanded
control over television coverage of the union's first congress next month.
Solidarity officials in Radom, 60 miles south of Warsaw, declared their one
hour strike a success and warned of more strikes on Friday unless the govern
ment participated in talks. The drivers maintain that grievances from 1976
food riots have not been settled.
Some of the drivers of about 130 buses sported red and white armbands and
adorned their vehicles with Polish flags during the afternoon rush-hour shut
down. About 10 drivers continued running their routes, officials said.
Solidarity is to begin negotiating with government officials later this week on
gaining direct access, to the state-run television, radio and newspapers. The
union staged a two-day strike last week to push its demands for increased access
to media to counter government comments, and virtually silenced the Com
Welcomes All Students Back
To Chapel Hill!
Pinball Electronic Games v :
108 W. Rosemary St. --'...9689347
For the real beer lover.
THE STROH BREWERY COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN 1 977
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before publication.
ROOMMATE NEEDED TO SHARE 3 BEDROOM
apartment in Bolinwood. On bus route. $130 plus
s utilities per month. Call 929-4436.
NEED TWO FEMALE ROOMMATES TO SHARE
a furnished Tar Heel Manor Apartment. Rent
$100.00 each and Vs utilities. Available
immediately. CaB 967-4253.
. ' - .'
ROOMMATE WANTED TO SHARE Royal Park
Apt. Prefer quiet,' studious male. On bus route,
AC, pool, laundry, etc. Call Chris at 967-5037
anytime. Keep trying.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for Old Well Apt,
Serious student ONLY. Call Bill Murphy 962-7572
at day. 967-6240 at night.
NO BOTHER WITH CAMPUS PARKING OR
BUS! Female (undergrad preferably) to share
apartment on E. Franklin Street near Morehead
Planetarium. Excellent locale! Interested' in
responsible mature-fun-roommate. Please , call
929-8013 or 933-6533.
I AM WILLING TO TRADE my S-4 permit for your
N-4 or S-5. Can Jill 942-4369. Leave message.
S-5 PARKING STICKER TO TRADE FOR N-4
parking sticker.' Lefs help each other out. Call
Karin 933-9766 (home) or 966-5082 (leave
message). Keep trying!!
PLEASE TRADE YOUR N-4 PARKING sticker for
my S-5 sticker. It would make my life a lot easier!
Thank you! Pete 929-2787. Keep trying!
WANT TO TRADE AN S-5 parking sticker for an
N-4. If you have an N-4 you want to trade, call
Susan at 962-0245.
DOWNTOWN PARKING SPACES FOR
RENT-PARK and walk to campus. $22.50 per
month CaH 929-6577
FREE ROOM IN RETURN FOR babysitting and
light housekeeping. 6 miles north in the county.
Need own car 967-4528.
TOM ROBINSON'S SEAFOOD AND
PRODUCE. Seafood Thurs-Sat. Produce M on-Sat,
300 W. Rosemary behind Chutney, l't blocks
from campus. Customer parking 10 off all
produce and eggs 9-noon Saturdays. We feature the
area's freshest seafood and local produce.
want to buy
WILL BUY NEW AND USED LP's (Rock, Classical,
Jazz. Blues, Wave, etc.) and ENTIRE
COLLECTIONS. Also cassettes, 8-tracks. Good
prices 929-6175 keep trying. 8 a.m.-12, after 5. '
FREE COPY! Your right to know by Darwin Gross. ;
Subjects ranging from the spiritual body of man to -
abortion, science, the sun, and the awakening of '
one's consciousness. Write: ECKANKAR Center, .
P.O. Box 4125, Chapel Hifl 27514.
CALL WXYC REQUEST LINE 962-8989 to hear
Brand New Love Affair, Sooner or Later, Lone ,1
Survivor and other great tunes from Brice Street's ,
BRICE STREET BAND eays -Welcome back
Carolina students. Go Heels!" Check out our debut
album. Rise Up in The Night, sale-priced at Record
DEAR PRINCE. HAPPY "28TH BIRTHDAY.
"You are more than a number In my little red
book!" Thanks for the time together. Love and
' kisses. Princess.
SARAH. SORRY THIS IS LATE. BUT welcome to
Carolina! So glad that you are here now. I Love
JOAN (J.D.E.) "The most beautiful girl in the
world" (in ed. 41 - 2nd S.S.) - Td like to get
together with you for anything (dinner, movie,
jogging . . .) Can't we? David P. 553-7877 (collect),
or respond in paper.
DEAR THOMAS' REAL MOTHER. HAPPY
LABOR Day. We hope you will be in Chapel HiU
for a visit "soon." Thomas fat working hard and,
you 11 be glad to know, getting some sleep. We
saw him asleep in the library just this morning.
He says hello. Love, the well -developed minds.
KAREN B.. CaU me Call me Call me Call me Can
me Caa me Can me CaU me CaH me CaU me CaU
me 933-2822. Richard H.
COMh ONE. COME ALU Trish's 18th. 7th at H.J
Be there. Aloha!