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2The Daily Tar HeeiThursday. October 29. 1981
Party chairman praises college Oemocratic
H l.KISIIA PMM I IPS
1)111 Starr WriU-r
College Democrats have a vital role in the future of
state politics and in the North Carolina Democratic Par
ty as the party prepares for the 1982 General Assembly
elections. Sen. Russell G. Walker, D-Randolph, and
chairman of the N.C. Democratic Party, said in a speech
here Tuesday night.
"It's been a tremendous 50 years of progress (for the
Democratic Party) and if you know the history, you can
tell it and help get the Democratic Party back on track,"
he told members othe UNC Young Democrats.
One of the party's main concerns is that many of the
state's young people are switching to the Republican
Party, Walker said. "They're not seeing the great things
the Democratic. Party has done for this nation and now
we're seeing much of it being dismantled," he said.
Because the majority of registered voters in North
Carolina were senior citizens, Walker emphasized the
need to reach the younger population. "We've got to get
our young people interested. You got the 18-year-old
voting privilege in '72 and I'm not sure it has been taken
advantage of as it should. You can get your friends in
terested in it," he said.
Walker also pointed out the need to monitor what he
called misleading ads which have been printed and aired
by the Republican Party and organizations such as the
Committee for the Survival of a Free Congress.
"We know certain congressmen are going to be
targeted and ... we've just got to counteract that kind of
. Walker called for college-age Democrats to aid in
registration and campaigning. He said the Democratic
Party would never be able to raise as much campaign
money as Republicans can raise.
"But we've got something they don't have," he add
ed, "people like you in grassroots organizing. And no
other county like Orange County organizes to get the
The party's main emphasis in 1982 will be winning
back some of the 24 Republican seats in the N.C. House
lost in last year's election, -Walker said. "Since there is
no gubernatorial or national elections, we can concen
trate on the legislative and congressional branches," he
said. . '
"1982 is a year we need to be serious about."
Union stage one-hour strike
WARSAW, Poland (AP) Solidarity workers by the millions struck across
Poland for an hour Wednesday, singing the national anthem and waving red
and white flags. Communist Party chief Wojciech Jaruzelski demanded an end
to the protests, and his army indirectly warned of Soviet intervention.
Jaruzelski, a general who is also defense minister and premier, spoke to the
party's Central Committee hours after the strike ended at 1 p.m. ,
"Our national anthem, revered by generations ... has become an accom
panying tune to various strikes and protest actions," he said.
"Poland has not yet perished but it is perishing. There remains little time.
This blockade must be lifted,' Jaruzelski said.
Blood-type breakthough reported
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) Researchers say they changed one type
of blood into another using an enzyme from green coffee beans, a development
that could help eliminate periodic shortages of blood.
Using the enzyme, researchers changed Type B blood into Type O, the uni
versal donor type that can be transfused into virtually any patient, according to
Dr. Mercy Kuriyan, medical director of New Jersey Blood Services.
Because Type O can be used by almost any patient, the ability to change
other blood types into the universal donor type would allow blood banks to
juggle the supplies on hand to meet any needs, said Jack Goldstein, chief inves
tigator of cell biochemistry at the blood center.
OPEC meets to set prices
GENEVA, Switzerland (AP) The world oil cartel, convening its second
meeting in three months today, is expected to fix base crude oil prices that
analysts say would slightly increase the cost of fuel and heating oil in the United
"The way is paved to reach the target," said Iraq's Tayeh Abdul Karim, one
of 13 Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries ministers arriving for
the special pricing session. "We are very near to each other, so nothing can pre
vent us from reaching a unified price."
Several OPEC sources said the ministers, who adjourned a meeting here in
August without agreeing on a unified price structure, would go along this time
with the $34-per-barrel base price pushed by Saudi Arabia. The current OPEC
base price, set in December 1980, is $36 a barrel.
Position for U.N. still undecided
UNITED NATIONS (AP) Two more ballots Wednesday failed to break
the deadlock between incumbent Kurt Waldheim and Tanzanian Foreign
Minister Salim Ahmed Salim, but well-placed sources said the voting trend
favored Waldheim in the contest for U.N. secretary-general.
But after six rounds of secret balloting over two days, the 62-year-old former
Austrian foreign minister remained blocked by a veto, apparently cast by
5 k::: : ":v'C$i&'zda
Tftr Costume Contest &
1 ct Place $25.00
2nd Place $15.00
Jodrjing at 6:15 pm
i? Apple Bobbing
"Fun For All"
Glosed Mam Caneel to Oirder
SpagliotSi xr-2cat Sauce
Garlic Bread -Tdoced
mot Apple CoSMeir
only $2.2)2).: pliao tan
The Coachroom Will Not Be Serving Tonight
Applicants for the position of business
manager of the Cellar Door should leave
their applications, along with three letters
of recommendation, in the Media Board
box in the Union by Friday Oct.'30. The
Media Board will conduct interviews at
their next meeting on Monday Nov. 9.
Pr0f jlG From pabe 1
week as attorney general hasn't been
easy. Carpenter, who carried a 3.68
grade-point average into his last year,
plans to attend law school next year. At
Carolina, he is also a voting member on
the Chancellor's Committee on Student
Conduct and a member of the Senior
"My first concern when I got here
from day one has been my education," he
said. "I used to say it was my academics,
but it's my education more than my aca
demics. Through this position and being
involved with the honor system, I've
gained a portion of education that there's
no way I could have gained from a book."
Neither rain, nor sleet, nor
show, nor hail can keep
The DTH from UNC. Look
for it in the 40 drop-boxes
IF MILTON'S WASN'T IN CHAPEL HILL, I'D?
BE PAYING A LOT MORE FOR MY CLOTHES!
Lots of jackets to keep warm and look great, including re
versible windbreakers, Reg. $55 $29.90
Solid wool blazers by Middishade, Reg. $135 $69.90
Worsted wool suits, vested, solids, stripes, herring
bones, muted plaids, by College Hall, Reg. $265 $139.90
Lots of basic and designer sweaters, including Shetland
wool crew necks of Scottish yarnsi full fashioned " f ,:
Reg; $35 1.T.T;. . :. t. . r?r. r. rr:;:$18.90':
Milton's is a member of the country's most povverfuf
buying co-op. We pay less than wholesale for our
fine clothes, and sell them way below retail. Milton's
is the best starting place for ail kinds of clothes in
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wnicn to looK great ana save lots.
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Tonight - 7:30 pm
$1.50 students, children,
over 65 .
$2.50 general public
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TAKE A RELAXING BREAK with bigtaner' yoga
class. Yoga combines movement with attention to ,'
breath and thought, smooths you bul, and renews '
your energy. Class runs Oct. 29-DeC. 10, Monday
Thursday, 6:00-7:15. $10.00. For registration & -Info,
caH Carrboro Parks & Rec. Dept., 942-8541
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS MAJORS! NEED help
pre-registering? Can't get an appointment? See Peer
Advising Arts and Sciences Dept. Third Floor
Steele. MWF 10-2; TTH 9:30-1:30
PQTNSA APPLICANTS: PLEASE CONTACT Tori !
at 929-2116. Leave name and number.
I'EGE AND THE IIEASTTATTACKEnS
I'EGE AMD THE IIEAITTATTACKESS
KEGS AND TKE IIEAUTATTACJCEnS
at MonmsoN Don?.OTGnY pasty
HALLOWEEN NIGHT. ,
COSTUME SALE: ARTISTS WILL assist you in
creating a memorable Halloween disguise. 7 to 9
pm. Oct. 23, 29, 30. CenterGallery, 118-A East
Main Street, Carrboro, above Tumbleweed Cyclery.
EXECUTIVE SALES OPPORTUNITY WITH major
national corporation. For more Information watch
Village Cable, Channel 9, on November 3, 4, 6, 10,
13 at 7 pm or November 8 and 15 at 10 pm.
INTERESTED IN ATTENDING A reception for
Maya Angelou on November 10th? Applications
now available at the Union desk. Applications are
due Monday, November 2nd, at 5:00 pro.
lost Ci found
LOST: KHAKI AND NAVY reversible jacket at
Purdys Saturday nite. Am appealing to your sense
of conscience. Please return to Purdys or caB
FOUND: LARGE SET OF keys, near Frat Court.
Found before break. To claim call 933-2521, ask for
John or Freeman.
FOUND: BLACK LAB (MALE) puppy, with tan
Hartz collar. About six months old. Found at the
new art building. CaB 542-5736 after six p.m. .
LOST GOLD OPAL RING in front of Triad Oct 26.
Sentimental value. Please call Lorl 933-6081.
FOUND: A FOLDING BLACK umbrella at L bus
stop at Carolina Inn. Call 967-6465 if if yours. Ask
for Gene. ", "
XOST GOLD SAINT CHRISTOPHER necklace
with initials KMS on the back great sentimental
value if found please can Kate 968-1187.
LOST - BLACK WALLET IN vicinity of Happy
Store and DKE House no money credit cards
cancelled. Please return to avoid new I.D. Hassles
- Charles Meier 929-4180.
DORIS BELL YOUR BUS pass k in 1027
Morrison. Come by and pick tt up. Bring I.D.
REBUILT VW ENGINE. CALL collect 1-483-4624.
One week's service -ninety day warranty.
G5ANVXLLE EAST CONTSACT, KXE Evtag
wish food mmd 'atSSile provided. Available
for epiing temtttr. Beth 933-1763.
MUST SACRIFICE TO PAY blBs. 1974 Yamaha
TX-5O0, DOHC. 19,000 miles, brand new fairing.
Great condition. Name your price. Evenings.
HIKING BOOTS, NEW CONDITION, size 10A,
cost new $65, sell for $35 (968-1139).
FEMALES. THREE ROOM CONTRACTS for sale
in Granville South. One opening beginning Decem
ber and two beginning Spring Semester. Contact
now. Call 933-7434, keep trying!
HOUSESITTING: BY TWO MALE Purdue
engineering students living in the area while on work
assigment at IBM summer 1982. Call 493-2791
I DESPERATELY NEED SOMEONE to take my
very lovable seven month old male cat. He must go
soon. Please help me!! Call 942-4970.
I URGENTLY NEED ONE to three guest tickets for
the UNCGemson game. 1 will pay any price!
Please caH Gail at 933-3482.
DESPERATELY NEED 1 GUEST pass to the
UNC Gem son game. Will discuss price. Please
can Vann at 933-2467.
NEED 3' PASSES TO Oemson game wi3 pay
almost any price, money is no object. Ask for "B"
FOB SALE: AKC CHOW pvppies. beantt
fuL great pets! CaH 542-4527 after 6.-C0
PLEASE! MISS RICHARD PRYOS LIVE? Not
doing anything better this Monday, right? Com
to the 7:00 or 9:30 show. 106 Carroll. Tickets,
11.00. Presented by RHA.
StCZnSt Sign-upt now being taken for annual
UCATJ:US2I VT THI7. Jan 2-7, 19S2. Luxury
slopes Ids units, 5 day lift ticket and activities for
$179.00! All are invited to And more about the trip
at the Ski Club meetings held weekly on Monday
nights (lock in DTH classified for time and room).
Deposits needed of $49.00 to reserve a space.
Questions? Call Kyle 967-3377. Andy 929-5840 or
Mlt hele 967-1C17. LIMITED SPACE.
EARN $5hour in U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency breathing experiments on the UNC-CH
- Campus. We need healthy non-smoking males, age
18-40, with no allergies and no hay fever. Initial
time commitment Is 10-15 hours, including free
physical examination. CaH 966-1253 for more Infor-.
matlon. 8-5 Monday-Friday.
OVERSEAS JOBS Summer year round.
Europe, S. Amer., Australia, Asia. All fields. S500
$1200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write IJC
Box 52-NC-l Corona Del Mar. CA 92625.
PART-TIME SALES CLERK. The Shoe Factory, a
men's and women's self-service outlet shoe store
needs someone to work an early shift (10 am-2 pm)
and weekends for 16 hours a week. Apply in person
at The She Factory, Eastgat Shopping Center,
Chapel m. 967-7445.
BABYSITTER NEEDED PART TIME for 2V year
old girl and 2 month old boy between the hours of
3:00 and 6:00 pm. Monday through Friday, at
. Married Student Housing. Call 933-5872.
LOVING, RESPONSIBLE PERSON TO care for
two daughters after school. Some housekeeping
duties, own transportation. Call after 6 pm,
GREAT EQUIPMENT: 2 AVID 1C2 and 2 AVID 103
speakers, top rated by C.U. $75 ch. JVC KD-A55
cassette, many features; makes rrtect tapes. $300
or best offer 929-5307 before 11 pm. Keep trying,
GRANVILLE WEST CONTRACT FOR sale for the
Spring Semester, food, utilities, and laundry facili
ties are all provided can 933-2471 and ask for Allen.
TECHNICS 30-WATT RECEIVER. FEW months
old, excellent condition. Best offer. Also 12" black
and white TV, 1 year old, $50. CaH Larry at
URGENT! HOT BLOODED FOREIGNER fans -want
to get double vision at the Foreigner Concert in
Norfolk, Va. on Nov. 1? I have two extra tickets for
$8.88 each and transportation. Gas extra. CaH
PRE-SEASON SAVINGS - 10 off any framing
order brought In before November 15. The Frnmer's
Corner custom framing, by appointment. S42-S425.
CELEBRATING? BIRTHDAYS, ANNIVERSARIES
Whatever-We deliver Bouquets of HeHum-Fed
Balloons. Personalized Cookie Cakes and a Tunc to
ogees, homes, tkms, in Durham, Chapel Hill,
RTP. CaU Cookie Factory (236-2628) or Balloons
and Tunes (967-3433)
MR. K'S MUSIC SHOW features a disc Jockey play
ing rock, disco, beach, new wave and your requests
for any party. Can 942-5293. $100four hours,
JAPANESEGERMAN AUTOS Repairs by
Precision Maintalnance, 2 DO West Main Street,
Carrboro, 929-1976. "Caring about people and the
cars they drive."
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: one-bedroom apart
ment, carpet and drapes, appliances, central air,
pool. Adults only. On busline. 404 Jones Ferry Rd.
CaH GREENBELT APTS 929-3821 for appointment
PARKING SPACES FOR CENT ia NCN3 Plaza
parking deck. Easy walking diataace to
cacspus and downtown area. For more infor
smatkm caH Gerald Lehaaaa. 967-2304.
AVAILABLE IN JAN. NICE ROOM IN PRIVATE
house on Busline F. $150 per month. Kitchen privi
NONSMOKING FEMALE(S) NEEDED7 TO
SHARE 2-BEDROOM Kingswood apartment on
Busline. Available January or earlier. Call Leslie,
Gina, or Cheryl. 968-0438.
QUIET CHRISTIAN FEMALE NON-SMOKER
wanted to share Univ. Lake Apt Spring Semester.
$154mo. (incL furniture) Vi utilities. CaH Debbie
ROOMMATE NEEDED - WILL HAVE own large
bedroom at Graham Ct. Apts 100 yds from campus
on McCauley St Room available from now until
ONE OR TWO MALE roommates wanted to share
Kingswood Apt very cheap utiiites. substantially
furnished, color cable tv. dishwasher, personal
property insurance .free. Available immediately.
929-9554 willing to deaL
GRADUATE STUDENT OR PROFESSIONAL TO
share 2-bedroom town house at Laurel Ridge.
Furnished except' one bedroom. Call Lenny.
942-5015. ; -
TWO FEMALES WANTED TO share house in
Fearrfngton. Nine miles south of Chapel Hill. $130
; month phis lh utilities. CarpooUng available. Call
RIDE FOR TWO NEEDED to Maryland game. Can
leave 1030 after 10 am. Can return 111 preferably
afternoon. Will help with gas., etc. Please call Dave
933-3801 or Lfea 933-4827. Thanks!
RIDE NEEDED TO NORFOLK Va. area for
weekend of Oct. 30th. Will share expenses. CaH
DESPERATELY NEED RIDE TO Wilmington,
N.C area Friday, Oct 30. Will help with driving
and expenses. Can leave anytime. Call Amy
933-2916. Please keep trying.
RIDE NEEDED TO AND from Maryland this
weekend (1030-111) wCl share expenses. CaU
Stuart at 967-1423 or 942-4057. Leave message.
NO ONE WILL TELL Sneak away - enjoy our
peace of mountain. Spend an intimate weekend by
the fireplace in secluded hideaways in the Smokies.
Mountain Brook Cottages, US 441 South, Syha,
RICHARD H: MAN DO we know how hard school
can get, but the Lord can help you through each
week. Have a good one.
JEFF S. IN TEAGUE - What a great stranger!
What a great dancer! Thanks. See you next sem. in
Psych 10 (if not before). Beth. '
LESLIE H. NO ONE can top the Wild Wild West,
but of them all you're the best Happy Halloween
from your secret Pumpkin Pal.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARYHALLOWEEN1 1 had a
great time last weekend. Thanks for the best two
years ever. I Love You.
KIMSEE, BANANA, AND TRISHJ-POO, you guys
are the greatest! Thanx so much for making my
B-Day special. I Love You! ME.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY STAR-MAKER. Hop aH con
tinues to go well with La Morte . . . Dutchman.
DEAR L.W., HAPPY 22.5 Birthday last Friday! Had
a lousy time Mon. night Try it again? I'm an avid
masochist Love, B.K.
FRANK. HAPPY 22nd BIRTHDAY! Flying is for the
birds, rd rather you show me how to relax. Love,
MARTHA ANNE MARSH S. Happy 21st Birthday.
Hosebags turn professional at 21! Now legally '
shocks will be worn on the Luxury Bird tonight! Love
ATTENTION MEN: ACE YOU SINGLE, oood
iooking, sexy, and looking for fun? Tbea why
aren't yon at Colonel Chutney on Snnday
nttcs? htm n rdigkmn orprlnc.
GRUMPY I HOPE YOU have time to relax today. If
you can pull yourself away from your Nikon babies,
caU me. Love ya; Snowhite.
SEND YOUR SWEETHEART A flower Pi Kappa
Phi pledges are selling carnations for the
Homecoming Game Clemson. Carnations
delivered Friday afternoon, November 6. 967-9385.
CLAUDIA AND SUZANNE: THANKS for putting
the spirit In our spirit balloon project! Love, The
' Sweet Carolines.
TER-BER: HERE IT IS, your very own Happy
Birthday personal. How does it feel to be "Florida
Legal"? Love Dak, Steve, Willard and the
CONGRATS NEW LITTLE SISTERS of Tau
Epsilon Phi. It's gonna be one heU of a year! Love
the Little Sisters brothers of TEP.
FRANK W. - HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the OLD
MAN who likes to steal SAILBOATS. You say
you're a MORON? WRRONG! Actually, we think
you're pretty special! Have a great day! Love, Betty
and Judy P.S. Put this in your scrapbookl
BETH, 5TH MORRISON: BEWARE because Hall
oween is upon you. An exorcism may be necessary.
Revenge is sweet my dear. Trust no one. Regan.
THE MANCUM HAUNTED HOUSE vt!l ba
open October 29-31. C there for T1I2
IIAUTX?'Q EXTCirXE Of YOU3 LETO;
One Dollar admission charged.
Don't Ce Fooled!
One year ao the A2 peopla tried to
throw the E System out of Carrboro.
stay wmi Ti2 cAnnrono corciuM.
TY COAUTIOM We brottsht the bnsee to
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED: Private room,
washerdryer, busline, off Airport Rd. $150 V
utUities. CaU 942-3904.
HELP! A BLUE CAR BACKED INTO MY SILVER
HONDA Prelude parked In front of Baskln-Robbins
about 6 pm Sunday, Oct 25. Anyone with Info
pleas caH 933-7453 or 933-0674. Keep trving.
J, CRALA, DEVO, DEVO'S D,? J: road trip to
D.C. Vanessa will never be the same! ANY.
DONNA: IF YOU WERE at Purdys last Saturday
night, and If 215 sounds like home, I'm looking for
you. Friday ... A Southern Gentlemen.
KELLIE, HAVE A GREAT weekend, but don't O.D.
on ail those drugs at E.C.U. Come see me
sometime! (are you happy now?) Joe.
HAPPY 22nd TO THE downtown Darung! Many
happy returns from the budding young writer.
LEIGH, BECAUSE THIS FRESHMAN couldn't
have made It without your help and because you
resource my faith in grad. students Happy Birthday
your adopted sis Dot.