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2The Daily Tar HGJ'Fvday, September UNCASG to Dy ELAINE McCLATCHEY DTH SJafr Writer The recently signed desegregation con sent decree, a proposal for a request for $18 million in state financial aid and a proposal to appoint a student representa tive to the UNC Board of Governors will be the main issues discussed when 16 stu dent body presidents of the 16-campus UNC system meet in Wilmington this weekend. The University of North Carolina As sociation of Student Governments is an association that discusses issues which affect the 16 UNC campuses. The group makes recommendations to the Board of Governors and lobbies state and federal legislators. nr 1 l "1 . if 1 LTlirLjLiL ej k-.. .(..rJ mm - tn n- nr ly-sr tiinj Luwritf ttttma J ' m im . . w - fflu ,r 1 1 1 ' 1 y ; " onin 2 nights tibl. occupancy (taxes, gratuities UUL Luxurious double room Pre-game Bloody Mary brunch; Courtesy bus to and from Grant Field Free victory celebration drinks open bar for one hour! Wow! Isn't that a line-up! And that's only the beginning! We're superbly located across from 200 of New York's end Atlanta's finest stores, Including Ssxs Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor, Neiman Marcus, Rich's, Davison's. And In the midst of restaurants! Live ..entertainment! Cinemas! To ay nothing of our luxurious etmc?pherj drsms!ic -leyc-GarderiTree flestsurcnLait service Coffee Shop end Corner Aeerth'Lungawtth live' """rT" entertainment SPECIAL PRICES, too, on 1 night double end single occupancy. RESERVATIONS: TOLL FREE 600-241-6250 Must be received by Sept 18th. Refunds not made on reservations cancelled after Sept 28th. 3Yi?e7ZQ (Sairfea Erne r . 3405 Lenox Rd., N. E. Atlanta, Ga. 30328 i"lrSYii 4a mm I C-L.l Sjg ffM3 C-bssiHcd Info, - v Return ad and check or moneyorder to the DTH ofUce by noon the business day before your ad Is to. run. Ads must be prepaid. Rates: 25 words or less . - . Students $2.00 ' Non-students $3.00 ' - - . 7 ' . 5$ for each additional word t ; -$1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type Please notify the DTH oSce immediately if there are mistakes in your ad. . We will be responsible for only the first ad run. " .....-- announcements;;:-.';-. ADULT GYMNASTICS CLASSES -at Carolina Sport Art. Best equipped facility In the area. . Instructor Mark Galati National Champion,. Call, 942-4629 or 929-7077. Carolina Sport Art, next to RR tracks Homestead Rd. Chapel HSU. '-: " TISfRZST EfTEKIST MEEnNG'far & Campus Y Tutorial Programs will b Ifonday, Sept. 14 at 7:39 In C3 Peabody. . A3 Interested persons most atteadl VISIT A CO-ED SOCIAL AND LITERARY fraterni ty St Anthony Hall 7:00-10:00 pm, Septem ber 13, 14, and 16. located at 207 Pittsboro Street, behind the Carolina Inn. Y COLONS DAY - FTJDAY in th Pit, 1C:3 3 to 2:39. Join urn and discover your ccsspaa YI FIXE SFIRUUNA MEETING. This new food supplement suppresses appetite and increases ' energy naturally. To leam more about Spirulina, and to find out where to purchase it or how to become a distributor, attend free meeting Tuesday, September 15, 8:00 pm, at 115 Estes Drive Ext., Canrboro. For more information or directions, call Rex Mercer, 929-2786. L7.C CLUB rOOTZALL TEAM sacets Appalachian Ctate tonlte at 7:39 on the Astrotorf 111 J. Plenty of hard-t.ittinj clion. Need fan npportf Go IleeSsI TO ANYONE PLACING A CLASSIFIED AD: These ads are subject to censorship by the DTH lost Ci found UMnA FOUND in Union. Ca3 968-GC5S to : Ident-V. 11, 1981 discuss dee, UNCASG President Scott Norberg said Thursday the group would meet in com mittees to discuss the various topics before making recommendations to the full as sociation. The Black Ad Hoc Committee will fo cus on the recent desegregation consent decree handed down after an 1 1-year bat tle between UNC and the federal govern ment, Norberg said. The decree calls for increased black en rollment at the traditionally white schools, 29 new bachelor's and master's programs at the predominantly black universities and equal financial support per student for "colleges with similar missions." A provision to the decree requires that, in essence, all professors at the predominantly black universities must have a doctorate n U II j 2 night lis single occupancy bid.) uilU (taxes, gratuities incL) frit ijr lnK3fiH ,5 Dm YOU FIND MY POCKET WATCH in W&oa . library on September 2? If a gold Elgin that has been in my family for 80 years. If you found it, or know who did, call 967-1739. Please. REWARD OFFERED FOR IMMEDIATE RETURN of Aigner wallet found between Oder snack bar and. Beard Kail Thursday morning. Desperate. Please call Debbie 967-8019. Keep trying. . - ? LOST: TWO ID'S. One for Alice ASain Provosty. Other for David Strickland. Please return if found. Need desperately. Call 929-6504. Lost near Carmichael Gym. , . help wanted Volunteer for U.S. Environmental Protection Agency research. Earn $50-$65 upon completion of experiment whkh measures the effects of 2 hour low 'level ozone exposure. Earn $50-$7S in an experi ment to study the effects of low levels of gaseous and particulate air pollutants. Numerous other minor studies are always ongoing. Levels of pollutants 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-FrL, 966-1253. ' IIZYYOUI FEEL LES A CIIA1Z7? Then B OmI Tbs Canpms Y Tutorial Prosnun Needs Volant ezs to help la th local laneatary, it. I"h, end Senior Schools. For issfot Hoots 1C2 of Y. FOR $5.00 AN HOUR THE BACCHAE Night Club wants to hire a campus representative to help book parties with fraternities, sororities, dorms and other . campus organizations. This is an excellent opportu nity to supplement your Income, have flexible hours, . and bonuses will be available if you are successful. Apply at me Bacchae, 942-8173 or 929-1866 far Immediate employment.. A part-time bartending position is available now. . . . j I PART-TIME TYPIST DAILY. Flexible' hours. Approximately 15 hours per week. Must be accurate, good speller, type 60 wpm $3.35 starting. Romeo 929-1103 SALESPERSONS WANTEXX must be neat and courteous and have own transportation. High earnings available for both men and women. CaS 967-3023. UNC-PROF. SEEKS SPANISH NATIVE SPEAKER TO tutor 6 year bid daughter In reading and writing Spanish. CaU 942-8419 evenings or 962-5554 days. Hill ' ! i I II iregatioii. fmancial aid or appropriate terminal degree to be appointed or gain tenure. North Carolina Central University Stu-" dent Body President Curtis Massey said Thursday that he and several presidents at the predominantly black universities were upset over the vagueness of the de cree and that they would like to draft a statement citing reasons for their opposi tion. Massey said presidents of the predomi nantly, black universities had discussed the decree at a black leadership workshop held in Raleigh in July. The lack of enforcement procedures in the document invites further neglect of ' the black universities, Massey said. Massey said one of the major complaints was against funding. "Even though .the consent decree men tions funding, it is hard to become equal when you've been neglected for 10 to 12 years," Massey said. The provision that restricts - appoint ments and tenure for professors without doctoral degrees is another point of con tention with Massey. Massey said the pro vision would do away with the identity of the black universities. I . "We all know from experience that those persons holding Ph.D.s aren't ne Cost force Union: to decrease locator By LYNN PEITHMAN DTH Staff Writer The Carolina Union, which runs the Student Locator Service, recently cut back the service because of a limited amount of funding, Howard Henry, di rector of the Carolina Union, said Thurs day. For the record The DTH incorrectly reported Thurs day that property taxes in Chapel Hill increased with the town budget adopted by the Town Council June 29. Property taxes actually decreased, though many residents will pay higher tax bills because of the county's property re-evaluation. The DTH regrets the error. . In the story "Nursing scores improved," (Thursday, Sept. 9), The DTH incorrectly reported that 83.1 percent of the 1981 UNC-CH nursing' school; students passed ..u. I.. r n.- a - j mc iiwii5WiWA4Mtiu.a w&wa.ciuwas nccasjtea inyiteasammmajKe. by an official of-the nursing school on Wednesday, was actually 83.2 percent. e In Thursday's story "CGC says no to fee for service," The DTH incorrectly re ported that 700 people used the Student Legal Services annually. The correct figure is 1,700. lrgfiiKftiil mil!' Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. for sale FOR SALE: SCHWINN VOYAGER. 25". black 24 lbs., 12 speed touring bike far serious touring and riding. $295.00 (new is $376.00) Call James at 967-7324. , FOR SALE: ONKYO 2040 CASSETTE tape deck. One year old. Excellent condition. Active warantee. Call 933-2576. ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTERS! 1 have many original posters priced from $3.00 to $8.00. 1 have Star Wars, Blowout, Altered States, Escape from New York. Star Trek, Stripes, Blazing Saddles, Private Benjamin and many more. I also have many Clint Eastwood and Burt Reynolds movie posters. Stop by anytime at room 245 James or call 933-4492 and ask for Shawn Brady. FOR SALE: NICE WOODEN STUDY DESK in good condition. $40.00 Call 929-4324 after 6:30 evenings. YAMAHA TX-500 WIND?' lELD, OTHER EXTRAS. Buying auto, must t j" $650 negotiable ' 489-2565 veing.'4''';f'''t - FOR SALE: 3X3 TABLE and 4 chairs. Price highly negotiable. 942-8674. Excellent for quarters tourneys. - STUDENTS: A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING! For your rooms or apartments, etc .Special White Gym suite $4.95. Watermelons $2.00, pumpkins $2.75, old books, pictures, beds, desks, bookcases, tennis rackets, golf clubs, chairs, dog houses, play houses, bird feeders, thafs not aO! Come on down! Smith Level Road and 15-501 intersection or call 933-2570! FOR SALE: SMITH CORONA GALAXIE XII portable manual typewriter. Like new condition. Includes case. Call 933-5763. services CAKE FAIRIES DELIVER CAKES IN STYLE. Delicious, home-baked from scratch. Any occasion, message. Birthdays a specialty-song, candle included. $17. CaU the Fairies (evenings) 963-4306. WANTED: CHEAP BICYCLE. CaH Beverly at 933-5122. "WANTED: ONE TICKET OR GUEST PASS to the Miami of Ohio game on Sept lSlh. Ca3 Joanne, Rakish 843-1391 evenings or weekend. Please keep trying! cessarily the best instructors," Massey said.'. ' '. Massey said he would like to see UNC ASG unite to show its dissatisfaction with the decree. Norberg said he hoped the presidents would be able to reach an agreement on the statement. Norberg added that since the decree was a settled issue, he would like to concentrate on looking beyond the decree for improvements. ' "The consent decree doesn't even men tion the concept of retention," Norberg saicT. Norberg said the recruitment of the best blacks to predominantly white uni versities and the best whites to predomi nantly black universities was not going to do any good unless there was a conscious effort to make the students feel comfor table once they were in the schools. The Program and Policy Committee will consider a proposal to ask the state for $18 million in financial aid loans for both state and private universities in North Carolina. The committee will also study a proposal to have a student representative appointed to the Board of Governors, Norberg said. If UNCASG supports the proposals, a resolution , will be sent to the Board of Governors for consideration. If the board approves, a bill must Be sent to the state ' ' General Assembly for approval. "We're trying to hold the line on ex penses," Henry said. The service, reached by dialing 962-3758, provides requested students' phone numbers and addresses. While the locator used to have an average of three students manning it at a time, it now uses two student operators. The Union is trying to avoid any fee in creases. "We're trying to make the student fees go as far as they can go," he said. . Awaits confirmation OConnor goes before The Associated Press WASHINGTON Sandra Day O'Connor, treading cau tiously toward Senate confirmation as a Supreme Court justice, said Thursday she supported the death penalty for some crimes and was opposed to forced busing to desegregate public schools. In her second day of testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, O'Connor said she twice spoke personally with President Ronald Reagan before it was announced she was his choice to become the first woman justice on the court. She declined to describe those conversations, but said no pro- mi weft ns , . . - . . . - . cerning ... how I would resolve any issue that might come before the court," O'Connor said in answer to a series of questions from Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa. She said it would be improper to discuss what subjects she talked about with Reagan during those conversations, one of . which was held at the White House. O'Connor said her views on forced busing were shaped by a childhood experience of riding 75 miles in a daily round trip on a bus from home on an Arizona ranch across the desert to school. "I found that very disturbing to me as a child," she said. "I am sure that other children who had to ride long distances as a child shared that experience." While emphasizing she was not talking about the constitu tional or legal reasons for or against busing, she said as a device for integrating schools it "can be ajvery disruptive part of a child's education program." As an Arizona state senator, she favored legislation urging federal legislation forbidding busing for desegregation, she said. DESPERATELY NEED TWO TICKETS to ECU game. Any seat will do. Call 929-5840 anytime. Keep trying. for rent SUPER STUDENT SPECIAL one bedroom apartment, carpet and drapes, appliances, central air, pooL on bus line. Call Greenbeh Apts. 929-3821 for appointment. 10 am-6 pm, Mon.-Sat., 1-5 on Sunday. roommates MALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Rural area apartment, 2.5 miles from campus. $137.50 month. Vi utilities. 2 bdrms, living rm, kitchen, 1 bath; furniture available. No smoking; no drugs. Cafl Paul at 968-1035. FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share Old Well Apt $88.34 month lA utilities, on bus route, AC, pool, nice people. CaU Dawn or Amy 967-3015. ROOMMATE WANTED for nice two bed room hoswe. Formal dining room, fiving room and kitchen. Large yard in quiet neighborhood. Bent $112.50 Call 929-7632 Friday or Monday. TWO PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS to share 3-bdr house. Air, carpet quiet neighborhood, on busline. No pets. $150 phis utilities. Furnish except bed room. CaU after 5 929-8744. NON-SMOKING FEMALE(S) TO SHARE SPACIOUS NEW townhouse in Canrboro. Bus route. Two miles from campus. Washerdryer. Quiet Private. CaU 942-5308. MALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share 2 bedroom apt $94.00 a month lA utilities on bus route 10 mlns from campus, tennis, swimming pooL laundry facilities. CaS between 1:30 p.m. -8 p.m. M-F Sat, & Sun. Ask for Jay 933-4674 ROOMMATE NEEDED RESPONSIBLE, dependable, liberal, and at least Vt way studious. Old WeO Apts. $135mo Vi utilities. CaU 929-6242. miscellaneous TOM ROBINSON'S SEAFOOD AND PHODUCE. Seafood Thurs-Sat, Produce Mon Sat 300 W. Rosemary behind Chutneys. IV blocks from campus. Customer parking 10 off all produce and eggs 9-noon Saturdays. We feature the area's freshest seafood and local produce. 942-1221. r Union calls for vote, freedom GDANSKD, Poland (AP) Solidarity, in a bold new challenge to communist authorities, ended its unprecedented national congress Thursday with a demand for free elections and a ringing call to "build a Poland such as our fathers couldn't." The 896 delegates, who for six days debated policy and politics, also urged the independent union to get control over the mass media, worker self-management and freedom for "political prisoners," and gave a vote of confidence to their leader, Lech Walesa. In Moscow, the Soviet news agency Toss, in one of its most savage attacks since the free labor movement was founded in Poland a year ago, criticized the congress as "an anti-socialist, anti-Soviet orgy" and charged Solidarity with an "open struggle" against the Polish party and government. TMI to pay 025 million- in claims HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) A federal judge has approved the largest dam age settlement ever for a nuclear accident $25 million for economic and health testing costs stemming from the 1979 accident at Three Mile Island. But it may take at least six months before the eligible 20,000 people and bus inesses will have their claims processed and paid, Elizabeth Honeywell, clerk for U.S. District Judge Sylvia Rambo, said Thursday. Under the settlement approved Wednesday, $5 million will go for a new pub lic health fund that will pay for radiation monitoring and cancer detection pro grams in the Three Mile Island area. The remaining $20 million will go toward satisfying economic loss claims. With fewer people manning the service, the wait may be longer for the operators ; to answer the phone, Henry said. But, "it seems to be my observation that the ser vice is settling down now and is more manageable." Students also have access to the micro fiche reader located at the Union infor mation desk which lists all UNC students any particular issue. . .' . anYmmamemxp; All ads must he prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by 12 (noon) onebusfness day before publication. MALE ROOMMATE OWN ROOM walk to class quiet ?97mo. Cafl 967-9650.. 1969 Chevy Nova dependable six cylinder 2027 mpg good tires solid $650 Steve 9674406 PERSONALIZE ANYTHING. Rubber stamp. Print name and address up to 3 lines. Send $6.19 check or money order. DYNAMIC DESIGNS, P.O. Box 6063, High Point, N.C. 27262-6063. personals TO THE GOOD-LOOKING BLOND IN ECON l(h Meet me in the Pit on Friday between 10:30 and .2:30. Let's discover something together! RALLY, RALLY, RALLY! Saturday night 8:00. European slides, American brew, and good friends. Can 942-8765 (days) or 967-9070 (nights) for directions. Ask for Renee. TO WHOMEVER TOOK MY WALLET AND WATCH from my room keep the money and the watch, but please return the ID's, etc. Michael 933-5115. DERUSSA - WEVE SHARED SO MANY GOOD times over the past 3 years. Happy Birthday to the BEST friend in the world!! Babes I Luz Ya! Jemima. ' RANJAN S. Good luck on your MCATS Saturday! I'm thinking about you. Love, your Irresponsible friend, Elizabeth. FRANK - HERE'S TO THE FIRST FOOTBALL game last year and first game this year together, sp&led wine, moonlit walks, talks, understanding and us. I think 1 like this! LoveLynn. KIM: TUESDAY NIGHTS "LAW SESSION" was great! Subsequently, I think we have to do It again Same "courtroom." And I know the perfect case. Lee v. Greene. Subsequently yours, KL. KTLLE KUTIE: THANX SO MUCH FOR lunch at black pony. It was super along with the company! I apologize greatly for Tuesday. Have enjoyed Zacks, pop-tarts, Cheryl, and groping uptown. Raleigh Oct 9? You amaze me! Love, Super KLAutz. WANTED: EXPERIENCED .OLIVE THROWER, knowledgable in the art of baby poking. Qualified party should report on time to extensive affection session on 9-13-81. Happy Anniversary Budder! BRJLLO: HAPPY B-DAY ONE DAY EARLY. Hope it's a great one. 111 be seeing you soon. A secret admirer. 5TH SOUTH "SUrriES" - (This includes Susie, Glenda, Jamie, Barbara, Melanie, Jane, and George). Thanx for making my 19th one to remember. Long live message pizzas, "professional T.P. jobs, and morning "Showers." Denise. DM lOWff service and their current school phone numbers and addresses. The basic costs for the service are the salaries for the student operators and the phones. The student listing the service uses is a copy from the records office. The service is presently operating 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. hearing On the death penalty, O'Connor recalled sponsoring legisla tion to revive capital punishment after the Supreme Court struck down statutes in most states, and then applying the same statute later as a state judge. "I felt it was an appropriate vote then and I have not changed my view," she said. However, she added without, elaboration that she opposed legislation in Arizona which made the death penalty mandatory for some crimes. There were continued statements of support from most com mittee members, including Sen. Jeremiah Denton, R-Ala., one of the panel's m observed at one point he believed 6FCoiSnors views Imlfioruhwere more conservative than his own. On the sensitive issue of abortion, she told Sen. Denton, "For myself it is simply offensive to me. It's something that's repug nant to me and something in which I would not engage." However, in her exchange with the conservative lawmaker, she said. "We are obligated to recognize that others have dif- ferent views. "Would I personally object to drawing the line at saving the life of the mother? No, I would not. Are there other areas? Possibly," said O'Connor when she was asked about what ex ceptions to abortion curbs she might favor. The committee, which is expected to conclude three days of hearings today, is likely to vote Tuesday to recommend O'Con ' nor's confirmation, with the full Senate confinning her norninar ition Wednesday. . . MARCI L. HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR visit to UNC Emory won't be the same after the ECU game. Love, LorL Jane, Chuck, and the HVille gang. BRENDA Six may be done but tfs been lots of fun. Our trips were no bore and a lot Is still in store. Thanks, Gorton HARSHA, It's almost over, so hang in there! I know youll do fantastic! May the medical exam gods be with you. Love, A Brosh and Manilow fan. MISSING! One Pighead ex-roommate. If found, return to frantic Fathead ex-roommate in 927 James. URGENT! P.S. Veda where are you? FTL: Thank You for the wonderful birthday present f Love You so much and look forward to spending the rest of my life with you. JJ. TO DORIS'S KIDS: Had a ball getting to know you at Ocean Isle. I know well have one heU of a year! Jeff. THE POLISH FISHING TEAM. NAVIGATING THRU bush and wild berry to a local aequaeous meander, recently stalked those whiskered crepuscular denizens of the muck by Hook, only to return carbuncled with chiggers and other various bug bites. Pole one. L.E.W. Wish I could hold your hand Saturday. But I can't Besides, it's only a "Kitten" anyway good luck! See ya at 6:00. H.H. WELL HERE IT IS! I hope you read this one because you're only allowed one per 4 yrs and this is your second. "Obligated" A once in a lifetime maybe eternity - experience. Don't miss HABAKKUK. CAMILLA, Happy 21st! Now you're not Just a very kinky girl, you're a very kinky WOMAN! Remember, it's not what you got if s how you use it so reLaX and R-H-AI! Be cool with the bananas this weekend and please don't bop anyone (try SLUGS instead!) We love ya (all 4' 11 ")! Pam and Mint. P.S. CADILLAC!!! (arf-arf-Uke a big dog?) MILES, Good kick Saturday in your first football game as a varsity cheerleader. Just smile and be natural. I know youH do wen. Julie. LOUANN, CONNIE. ZACK. Happy B-Day to the greatest roommate, suitemate, and hallmate ever. Here's to Zack's, beach music, daiquiris, golf, 4th floor, red hair (dye yours, Louann), Prissy, mega parties, cold beer and good times forever. Love yall, "Ariy from Marphy" J.C., Chapel HUl is going to miss you! Good Luck and Best Wishes for continued success at Georgia. Your Old Roommate. SPEEDY, Remember English 1? You made this year truly one of the best of my life. Love you always. Happy Anniversary! You Know Who! LINN: LETS MAKE THE ICE THICKER. Watch Mexican movies and drink wine. Day by day Is the key. Forever vague. Grumpy.

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