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2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, August 27, 1981
Jacobs on appointed chairman of Elections Board
By Kl.AINK McCLATCHEY
1)111 Malf Writer
Mark Jacobson, a junior from Victoria,
Minn., has been appointed Elections
Welcomes All Students Back
To Chapel Hill!
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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.
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
offer 8 weekly classes for beginning and
continuing students Sept. 7 - Oct. 22 and Oct.
28 - Dec. 17. For information and registration.
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 Tech Crew House Staff.
Anyone wishing to work with Tech Crew
or House Staff who did not attend
Wednesday meeting must be In. Union
207-209 at 5:00 p.m. today (Thursday)
ALL PERSON INTERESTED IN SERVING ON
The Union Social Committee should get an
application at the Union desk and turn it in to the
BANJO, GUITAR. FIDDLE. MANDOLIN, and
Hammered Dulcimer lessons. Learn to play
bluegrass, jazz. Irish music and more at Oxbow
Musk, 303 West Franklin St. 929-2473.
VOICE TEACHER TRAINED IN NEW YORK and
Europe accepting beginning and advanced
students audition preparation, sinking for actors.
Board chairman subject to the approval
of the Campus Governing Council, .
Student Body President Scott Norberg
announced this week. -
Norbcrii also announced that he' has
Carved Roast Beef
& PIBJE MOOM
ANYONE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE
UNION Gallery Committee please contact Tim
Rogers at 967-6116 andor come by Room
200-Union for an application.
SEE THE HOLLA BAND AT CROOKS
Corner Sat. night Aug 29. All beverages
available .along with some of the
triangle's best original rock.
THE HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE of the
Carolina Union will meet Thurs., Aug 27 at 3:00
p.m. in Frank Porter Graham Lounge. All interested
individuals may attend.
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.
LOSTI FLUTE LOST ON SOUTH
COLUMBIA Street. Reward. Please
return soon I love marching band. Call
933-6534. Keep trying.
REWARD: LADIES' GOLD WATCH LOST IN or
' near Davie Hall or the medical complex. Contact
Kathy: 929-8895 or 962-5033 or come to 118 Davie
FLUTE FOUND at Bus Stop Tuesday. Come by
Carolina Union information and claim.
Volunteer for U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency research. Earn $50-$65 upon completion of .
experiment which measures the effects of 2 hour
level ozone exposure. Earn $50-$75 In an
experiment to study the effects of low levels of
gaseous and particulate air pollutents. Numerous
other minor studies are always ongoing. Levels of
pollutents 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.,
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chosen Bert Johnson, a senior from Dur- system. Jacobson's experience includes
ham, to serve as his special assistant. working on a Daily Tar Heel editorial
Johnson will concentrate on special campaign during elections last spring,
projeas such as advising on Chapel Norberg also made appointments to
Thrill, working with The University of campus advisory boards. Advisory boards .
North Carolina Association of Student act as immediate superiors to certain cam
Governments and coordinating campus pus organizations under Student Govern
groups to provide a stronger student voice, ment jurisdiction. The boards appoint
Norberg said. managers and outline policies for the or-
Jacobson's appointment must be ap- ganizations. Norberg made the following
proved by the Campus Governing Coun- appointments:
cil. Norberg said he was concerned that Audit Board Jeff Koeze
elections ran smoothly. Media Board . .Trey Monroe
"How well an election is run reflects on Student Legal Services Advisory
the credibility of the candidate," Norberg ' Board ........ . : . . . . Barbara Rosser
said, adding that he felt Jacobson had the Carolina Union Board
best combination of talent: leadership, of Directors ............. Ellen Starr
organization and understanding of the WXYC Board ............ Lisa Gourley
Drug made from pern cuts
cholesterol levels , scientists say
- The Associated Press
BOSTON A new drug made from
penicillin reduces levels of cholesterol in
the blood and may prevent hardening of
the arteries, an underlying cause of the
heart attacks and strokes that kill 800,000
Americans a year, researchers said this
A study shows that the experimental
drug compactin is effective in people with
an inherited defect that produces high
blood cholesterol levels and leads to pre
mature heart disease.
And doctors familiar with the research
say the drug may someday have a far
wider application in preventing heart dis
ease for millions of otherwise healthy
people who have too much cholesterol in
their blood. '
The new study was directed by Dr.
Hiroshi Mabuchi at Kanazawa University
School of Medicine in Japan and publish
ed in today's issue of the New England
Journal of Medicine.
The Japanese doctors gave compactin
to seven people with hypercholesterolemia.'
Such victims often have two or three times
the usual levels of cholesterol in their
blood. They are five times more likely
than normal to have heart disease, which
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LOOK GOOD IN PICTURES? . Agency seeks
photogenic women for advertising promotion. Good
pay, flexible hours. Call between 8-11 p.m. Impact
Services, 214692-1440. Portfolio unnecessary.
HEY YOUI FEEL LIKE A CHAMP? Then Be
One! The Campus Y Tutorial Program
Needs Volunteers 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
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 o-full-time
job. Apply in person ef er 4:00 pm at PTA,"
300 W. Rosemary. ';
HARRIS. INC., local distributor of Anheuser-Busch
Beers is looking for a rising Sophomore or Junior to
act as Campus representative. Interested applicants
should call 929-2943 for appointment.
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
Hamilton Hall. .
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
Street. ..; ;.
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 Restonic 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. , . ,
FOR SALE: REMINGTON LONG-CARRIAGE
TYPEWRITER; manual. Good condition. Call
Debbie at 933-6201. Please keep trying.
1V74 PONTIAC GOOD CONDITION. Leaving
country and must sell $750. 967-8460 after 6 pm.
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often appears when they are in their 40s.
. The patients, including a woman and
three of her children, took small doses of
the drug for 24 weeks. Their blood levels
of a form of cholesterol called low-density
lipoprotein, or LDL, fell 29 percent. Their
levels of high-density lipoprotein, which
protects against heart disease, were un
changed. Researchers also reported no adverse
side effects. '
LDL causes fatty deposits on the blood
vessels and makes them narrow and clog.
This condition, called hardening of the
arteries or atherosclerosis, contributes di
rectly to the heart attack and stroke that
makes heart disease America's No. 1 killer.
In an accompanying editorial, Drs.
Michael S. Brown and Joseph L. Gold
stein of the University of Texas Science
Center said the development of compactin
"assumes great importance."
Besides helping people with the genetic
defect, "compactin offers hope to the
. large number of patients whose plasma
LDL levels are in the upper range for the
population and who are predisposed to
atherosclerosis yet do not have familial
hypercholesterolemia," they wrote.
Cholesterol is an essential chemical that
is used to make cell membranes and hor
mones. It is dangerous when too much of
it circulates in the blood.
Some experts believe high blood chc
lesterol is aggravated by eating foods such
as meat and cream that are high in fat and
But the body produces far more choles
terol naturally than is taken in by eating.
The Texas doctors say it may not be
necessary for people to give up cholesterol
rich food if compactin proves effective.
"Inhibition of cholesterol synthesis
with compactin ... should stimulate their
production of LDL receptors and reduce
x theirrLDL .levels; despite. QRt jrrtien-
The doctors believe compactin works
by inhibiting a body chemical called
3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme A
reductase. Through a complicated feed
back system, this reduces the body's pro
. duction of cholesterol while at the same
time enhancing its use of the cholesterol
that remains by increasing the number of
LDL receptors. Tha receptors are mole
cules that transport cholesterol into the
Compactin was discovered by Akira
Endo at the Sankyo Drug Co. in Tokyo.
Since then, a similar drug called mevinolin
has been found that is even more power
ful. This drug was independently develop
ed by Endo and American researchers at
Merck, Sharp and Dohme. Neither drug
has been approved for general use. "
SAFE DIET PILL -SPIRUUNA- for superior
health, dynamic energy, weight loss, fasting.
Completely natural, food of the future.
Distributorships also available. Call Rex Mercer,
NEW BOOKSHELVES! 4'x6 $20.00 Also made-to-order.
Will deliver. Call 5:30-7:30 pm 929-9687.
AIRBRUSH T-SHIRTS order for clubs, groups,
or individuals! Special requests willingly accepted.
Experienced artist, low prices. Call Janice Murphy
at 933-7714 keep trying!
SURPLUS JEEPS. CARS, TRUCKS Car-inv. value
$2143 sold for $100. For information on purchasing
similar bargains, Can 602-941-8014 Ext. 5916.
Phone call refundable.
FLY TO THE BEACH or home any weekend. Pilot
desires passengers to share reasonable expenses.
Intersection of Smith-Level Road and 15-501
South, 933-2570. SELL AND SWAP - a little bit of
everything! Special Ladies gym shorts, size
26-40, and white coats, plus a surprise box!!! 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, bicycle racks available
for those who want to ride out only 3 miles from
I NEED 4 NON-STUDENT TTX to any home
football game and am willing to make attractive
offer. Cafi 379-8579 coDect. Art,
WANTED: NEED 2 S-5 or better. Will pay top
dollar for each possible trade. Call 968-9409
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. Call 942-4058.
South Africa admits
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) Prime Minister P.W. Botha acknow
ledged Wednesday that South African troops had crossed into Angola and were
fighting black guerrillas who were seeking independence for South-West Africa.
Angola was reportedly ordering a general mobilization of its armed forces in
response to what it has termed an invasion and an attempt by the South Afri
cans to occupy the southern part of its country.
In New York, a spokesman for U.N. Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim said
Waldheim was cutting short his Austrian vacation because of the developments,
which brought condemnation by Western powers on Wednesday.
The U.S. State Department in Washington said through spokesman Dean
Fischer that the Reagan administration deplored the attack but that the South
African viewpoint also must be considered.
Thrift urged for agencies
WASHINGTON (AP) In a new drive to save additional billions in 1982,
the Reagan administration is ordering federal agencies to stick to leaner budgets
proposed by the president last spring rather than higher spending ceilings ap
proved by Congress in July.
Ed Dale, a spokesman for the Office of Management and Budget, said Wed
nesday the administration would try to make sure Congress did not fill agency
coffers to the brim in cases where the spending ceiling exceeded the budget
requests President Reagan made in-March.
Toward that end, departments have been instructed to draft budgets based
on the president's figures, Dale said.
The administration is also challenging Congress to accept the reduced spend
ing plans by raising the prospect that Reagan may veto appropriations bills ex
ceeding his original spending plans.
Sadat, Begin agree on talks
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt (AP) President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime
Minister Menachem Begin announced Wednesday they would resume the dead
locked negotiations oh Palestinian autonomy Sept. 23.
Sadat said he and Begin had reached "agreement that we resume the talks
for the full autonomy issue ..; in the second half of September."
Begin added that foreign ministers of the two countries had set Sept. 23-24 as
the starting date. . ,-, j
Egyptian and Israeli sources, who asked not to be identified, said the, two
leaders believed it would be better to discuss their differences after the talks got
underway again. - ' '
Before the autonomy talks start, Begin will fly to Washington for talks next
month with President Ronald Reagan. He came to Egypt seeking Sadat's agree
ment to resume the talks on autonomy for the Palestinians of the occupied West
Bank and Gaza Strip, which the Egyptian president suspended last suriimer.
Medfly infestation spreading
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The Medfly crisis spread Wednesday to Southern
California, where officials warned of "economic disaster" and made immediate
plans to quarantine the area and begin pesticide spraying.
Two of five Mediterranean fruit flies found Tuesday in the suburb of Baldwin
Park were confirmed to be fertile. Three more flies were discovered Wednesday
in the same region, 260 miles south of the 3,140-square-mile area in Northern
California that has been under quarantine.
"We could very well see economic disaster here," said Earl McPhail, agricul
ment, said aerial pesticide spraying would begin Wednesday night over nine
square miles, and that an 81 -square-mile area in the Los Angeles suburbs of
Baldwin Park, Irwindale and West Coyina would be placed under quarantine.
N.C. triple murder puzzling
CAMP LEJEUNE (AP) Six children found sleeping in a duplex apartment
where a woman and two children were stabbed to death may hold the key to
what happened and why, naval investigators said Wednesday.
, The Naval Intelligence Service said it had several suspects in the killings Mon
day on the grounds of Camp Lejeune, but no arrests have been made. Investi
gators said a knife believed to be the murder weapon had been recovered, but
they declinded to elaborate.
: Psychiatrists and psychologists were called in to help question the six children,
aged 4 through 15, who were found asleep'in the home at Camp Lejeune. One
r body was found in the same room as several of the sleeping children, investiga
tors said. ' ..
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTfrCarolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before publication.
FOXCROFT APT: NOW AVAILABLE FOR RENT.
Can move in immediately! For info. Call Bob at
929-1956. . - V '
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CAROLINA APTS. MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED
TO share apt. with senior and Pharmacist. Rent
$96 a month plus Vr utilities. Starts September.
Call Dave 967-8549.
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.
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.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED: To share two
bedroom apartment. Next to Estes Park Apt.
$130month plus utilities. CaU 929-6103.
EASY GOING LIBERAL FEMALE undergrad
roommate wanted. Private bedroom in Townhouse
Apts., partially furnished. Must tike cats, preferably
non smoker. CaU Kay or Sharon 968-5021.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for two bedroom
apartment Graham Court Apartments. 150 yards
from campus on Mclauley Street. $135.00 per
month plus utilities. Call 968-1241.
NEED TWO FEMALE ROOMMATES to share apt.
li utilities. On bus route. Call 968-1030.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED TO SHARE
NEW 2 -bedroom duplex. On bus route, furnished,
AC, carpeted. $175 mo. phis t utilities. Available
Immediately. Call Britt 968-8970
ROOMMATE WANTED FOR 3-ER APT., on bus
route, mile from campus. $97.50 month 'j util.
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED, BEGINNING
Sept. 1st. Rural area apartment, 2.5 miles from
campus. $137.50month lh utilities. 2 bdrms.
living rm, kitchen. I bath; mostly furnished.
Undergraduate preferred, but not mandatory. No
smoking; no drugs. Leave a message fur Paul at
(919) 882-8400 (High Point. NC).
I AM WILLING TO TRADE my S-4 permit for your
N-4 or S-5. Call Jul 942-4369. Leave message.
DOWNTOWN PARKING SPACES FOR
RENT-PARK and walk to campus. $22.50 per
month CaD 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 Morv
Sat, 300 W. Rosemary behind Chutney's. 1V
blocks from campus. Customer parking 10 off aU
produce and eggs 9 -noon Saturdays. We feature the
area's freshest seafood and local produce.
942-1221. , V
PARKING SPACE NEAR CAMPUS AVAILABLE.
$50 per semester. CaU 929-2819 for more info.
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 H3 27514.
JOAN (J.D.E.) - The most beautiful girl in the
world" (in ed. 41 - 2nd S.S.) Vd like to get
together with you for anything (dinner, movie,
jogging. . .) Can't we? David P. 553-7877 (collect),
or respond m paper.
UXLCOIIZ HOMS. VROW1XXI I can't wait
to see that possessed look of yours. 1
have missed H and you so much! Stay
here with me mt Carolina but tf not,
remember while you're at Dordt that Tm
not taking Dutch for nothing! I Love You,
HONEYS UTTER WELCOME BACK TO UNC It
will be so nice having you here especially on North
Campus. 1 Love You and always will. Good Luck.
KAREN, Happiness and Karen go hand In hand
your lovely smile holds us three together like a
golden band. Happy Birthday May the sun shine
Just for you today!! Love your Cos. Nanette and