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2The Daily Tar HeelWednesaay. November Vote totals Candidate Chapel Hill Town Council (4) Marilyn Boulton Winston Broad foot Lightning Brown Joe Herzenberg Bev Kawalcc William Lindsay Al Mebane David Pasquini Doug Ruff Bill Thorpe Carrboro Mayor (1) Bob Drakeford Roger Messer Bill Pressley Carrboro Board of Aldermen (3) Hilliard Caldwell Braxton Foushee Joyce Garrett . Doug Sharer Jim White Nancy White board Voter turnout and student participa tion were faulted by several of the incum bent candidates however, as contributing to their defeats. "The students who were registered did vote," said Doug Sharer of the Coalition," but only a small percentage of students did register." Braxton Foushee also said student support may have been lacking in the Carrboro race, saying his group would "have to do a bet ter job of convincing students to register." Steve Rose, a present board member who was not up for re-election and CCC member, disputed Caldwell's right to claim a mandate. "... With a 30 percent voter turnout I wouldn't consider this a mandate," Rose said. "Some faction of 30 percent of the people voted for the people who won. The biggest problem for the Coalition was that the students did not register to vote." Sonya Lewis, coalition supporter and a former candidate who dropped out of the race earlier in the campaign agreed with Rose. "Their voters were more motivated than ours were," she said. "If we had motivated our voters, it definitely would have been a better campaign." The winners said they were pleased with the campaign they ran, despite the sometimes heated charges and politics. Both factions had been criticized for run Come one come all. Challenge cEhp Saily aar litti V to a softball extravaganza... Reply in the office of the editor (if you dare)- Classified Info Return ad and check or money order to the DTH office 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 5C for each additional word $1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type Please notify the DTH office immediately if there are mistakes in your ad. We will be responsible for only the first ad run. announcements 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. FOOTFALLS ROADKACE. . . Footfalls Boedrace. . Footfalls Roadrace . . . 2:C9 Sunday, Nov. 8tb Campus Y $5.00 fee include T-shirt. .. SKIERS! Sign-ups now being taken for annual SUGARSUSH VT TRS. Jan 2-7, 1982. Luxury s lopes ide units. 5 day Hit ticket and activities for . $179.00! AH are invited to find more about the trip at the Ski Club meetings held weekly on Monday nights (9 pm in 101 Greenlaw). Deposits needed of $40.00 to reserve a space. Questions? Call Kyle 967-3377, Andy 929-5840 or Michelle 967-1017. LIMITED SPACE. STUDENTS INTERESTED IN AN MBA - UNC Chapel HlQ Students, In any undergraduate major, seeking leadership rotes in business management, are encouraged to attend a Vanderbilt University reception on Wednesday, November 4, 1981, from 7:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. in the Solarium, Durham Hilton Inn, for conversation and refreshments. APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR janitors to clean on evening shift. For Information, contact Professional Cleaning Service, P.O. Box 1363. Chapel H1U, 942-3710. THE 48th ANNUAL BEAT DOOK PARADE is less than three weeks away, scheduled this year for Friday, November 20. The PI Kappa Alpha Frater nity would like to invite all groups, large and small, to participate, since there is no entry fee this year. Come by the PIKA House for a parade registration form or call 968-0221 for more information. Show your school spirit and let's beat Dook! .FREE KEG WILL BE GIVEN BY OBT to the best banner at the Homecoming Game. All entries must be in good taste. Contact Perry Morrison at 933-6031 for important info. 4, 1981 in Tme day's election Total 2,602 2,180 1,412 1,770 . 2,327 514 1,680 2,213 136 2,012 912 667 296 1,090 841 1,007 854 879 782 Chapel Hill-Carrboro School Board (3) Harold Black Julio George Wallace Hill Verla Insko Ted Parrish Louis Serotkin Ron Strom Ann Wileman Hillsborough Mayor (1) Lucius Chesire Ralph Neighbours Hillsborough Town Council (2) Lynwood Brown Horace Johnson Remus Smith King's Mill Fire District Referendum (Chapel Hill) For Against Dogwood Fire District Referendum (Chapel Hill) For Against ning vicious campaigns, but the mood was strictly conciliatory at ABC head quarters Tuesday night. . "I think it has been a hard-fought cam paign, obviously," Caldwell said. "It was a close race and those who are victors have earned every vote they got." Cald will said he has high respect for the Coali tion and its campaign, but was pleased his group was able to defeat the incumbent faction. "I thing it's a new day in Carr boro to some extent politically, in that nothing is automatic anymore," he said. Foushee placed much of the blame for the defeat of Coalition candidates on a controversial endorsement by the South Orange Black Caucus, which endorsed four candidates (Sharer, Nancy White, Foushee and Caldwell) for the three open seats on the board. - "They didn't want to bite the bullet," Foushee said of the endorsement, adding that it cost Coalition members re-election. "They (the Caucus) felt they had to sup port him (Caldwell) because he was black." Foushee disputed the demise of the Coalition, however, and said he would run again for election in two years if he had Coalition support. "This is not the first time a political group has lost an elec tion. We're not going to run and hide." Nancy White also said she would re main active in Carrboro politics. "I think APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE NOW FOR HOUSING AND meal accommodations at Granville Towers for the spring semester 1982. Please visit Granville Towers South or telephone 929-7143. THE COMMUNITY WHOLIST1C HEALTH CEN TER'S 4th Annual Healing Arts Festival. Saturday, November 14th 9am-5:30pm at the UNC Union wiil feature over 40 workshops on: stress management, meditation, self care, hypnosis, nutrition, exercise, massage, and much more. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ASSOC. will have a meeting Wed. Nov. 4 at 4:00 Union 202. All IR ma jors and interested persons are urged to attend. MAYA ANGELOU RECEPTION APPLICATIONS DEADLINE EXTENDED, now due Thursday, Nov. 5 at 12:00 p.m. Pick up at Union desk. CHI PSI FRATERNITY IS SPONSORING A blood drive with th Red Crocs from nooa until 5:00 p.m. today at 321 UL Cameron Ave. Please fpVe blood. AMERICANS FOR COMMON SENSE meeting to night at 7:30 in Gardner 106. Voting members please be there! lost & found LOST: ROPE CHAIN BRACELET with diamonds and sapphires in the vicinity of Franklin Street or Kenan Stadium Saturday, 1024. Reward. (704) 327-0962. FOUND: MEDIUM SIZED BLACK shaggy dogi Call Tim 933-4042. FOUND A SET OF keys at Smith Level and Jones Ferry Rd. Identify at the Union desk lost and found. LOST SMALL GOLD RING of great sentimental value. If found call 933-7326. Reward offered. FOUND BLACK LAB PUPPY on campus 11181. If lost caU UNC-PD at 962-8100 and leave your name and phone number. FOUND: TWO GOLD CHAINS WITH ATTACHED charms in Woollen gym women's locker rooms Monday night. Nov. 2nd. CaU Marilyn to identify (962-2175). KIDNAPPED: WHITE CAT ("KIKT) AND SMALL bear (Teddy"). Information of their whereabouts needed. CaU 933-5947 or put ransom note in DTH. LOST GOLD WATCH AT WOOLLEN GYM 1027. If found caU 933-8928. Reward. help wanted PART-TIME PERSON FOR retail auto parts store. Ir-''nce preferred. Call for appointment. 929-0256. 1,216 1,645 2,137 3,487 2,921 959 1,667 3,334 565 277 468 412 544 184 50 14 3 From page 1 we fought an honorable, truthful cam paign. I can live with myself comfortably," she siaid. "I expect to re main active in Carrboro politics and in the Coalition actions." Both ABC and Coalition members and supporters expressed concern about the problems facing busing service in Carr boro. "The Coalition made a big deal out -of the busing issue in the campus forum," Caldwell said. "I felt I explained my reasoning on that matter thoroughly to the people, as the vote would indicate." Ernie Patterson, a board member not up for re-election, urged the new alder men to continue funding the bus service. "I think it's important that every can didate who won agrees to commit them selves toward funding an expanded bus service and I will work with them toward this and for the betterment of Carrboro," she said. Concern also wa expressed by Doug Sharer, who commented that it was un fortunate the issues were not dealt with "squarely and head-on." "It will be interesting to see if the new ' board can deal with double-digit inflatin and still maintain services," Sharer said. ' The new aldermen will join present members Rose, Patterson and John Boone when they take office in January. ' Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. OVERSEAS JOBS Summeryear round. Europe, S. Arner., Australia, Asia. Ail fields. $500-$1200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free bub. Write IJC Box 52-NC-l Corona Del Mar. CA 92625. NEED HOLIDAY CASH? EARN $50-$75 fai EPA breathing experiments on the UNC-CH Campus. We need healthy males, 18-40, non smokers for at least a year. For more information please can 966-1253, 8-5 Mon.-Fri. THE GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL Student Federation seeks interested graduate students for the position of GPSF Treasurer. Call 962-5675 or come by Suite D of Carolina Union. for sale REBUILT VW ENGINE. CALL collect 1-483-4624. One week's service-ninety day warranty. 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! 2500 RECENT LPS. CASSETTES, 8-Tracks $1.00. $2.50 Rock, Blues, Jazz, Classical, Wave etc. Mon., ' Nov. 2nd through Sat., Nov. 7th FOUNDATION BOOKSTORE. 136 E. Rosemary beside MoBy Maguire's, 12-6 p.m. GRANVILLE WEST CONTRACT AVAILABLE for spring. Spring Semester, pool, meals, great atmos phere and location. CaU 933-2641 or come by 1729. .Keep trying! SCUBA GEAR FOR SALE: excellent condition. Scubapro Mark 7 regulator, At-Pak. Baileysuit wet suit. All used less than five times. Very cheap. CaU -968-0309 late evenings. GRANVILLE EAST CONTRACT available im mediately. Air conditioning, carpet, meal ser vice, maid service, pooL Even free refrigera tor rental. Please call 933-2407 anytime. ONE GUEST PASS FOR SALE - Chip call at 942-3469. services PRE-SEASON SAVINGS - 10 off any framing order brought in before November 15. The Framer's Comer custom framing, by appointment. 942-8425. HOUSESITTING: BY TWO MALE Purdue engi neering students living fat the area while on work assigment at IBM summer 1982. Call 493-2791 (Durham.) References. FREE TRANSPORTATION to Reno-Lake Tahoe! Drive our car there by Nov. 30, 1981. We will provide gas. 929-7098. mayor From page 1 "I hope (the new aldermen) vote the logical way on the issues," Drakeford said, "whatever they may be, and do nothing that is politically self-serving." Messer said he would be a watchful citizen. "I feel that the ABC ticket has struck a philosophical chord in the community in that I think they will be very demanding of the board," he said. "I will be deman ding of the board." Messer said the results were a logical outgrowth of the campaign. . "We saw this coming and the results were not unpredictable." COUnCil Frompagel want total accountability from the coun cil," she said. "Obviously the people think that it is important to keep taxes, low and justify any expenditure." " Thorpe and other candidates said their candidacy was hurt by the decision by The Daily Tar Heel not to make any en dorsements in the race. "Something strange was going on there when they've been endorsing for so many years and they don't this year," Thorpe said. "Maybe it was because Marilyn Boulton was running." Boulton is the wife of UNC Dean of Student Affairs Donald Boulton. DTH editor Jim Hummel said the can didacy of Boulton did not influence the decision not to make endorsements. With the results final, speculation shifted to the possible impact of two new members on the council. Pasquini said he hoped the council would be" more respon sive to the town's needs.' "Representation in government was the issue I felt most strongly about," he said. "It has been hard sometime to com municate with the town government. The representatives at times seemed to be re acting on how they felt rather than how the town felt." Boulton said the defeat of two incum bents showed some change would be ne cessary. "Since Thorpe and Herzenberg were displaced it showed that the voters were unhappy," Boulton said. "I assure the voters that we have addressed the issues and understand the financial status df the town. We do need to change our attitude on the council. The new people will certainly help us." The potentially divisive issue of the proposed public housing market in Piney Mountain did not seem to affect the re sults. The project brought opposition from some Piney Mountain residents, and this hurt Thorpe and Herzenberg who favored it. But Kawalec, who also favored the project, said the issue was not important. "Public housing was obvious ly not the most important issue . in people's minds," she said. The losers expressed no regrets about their defeat. "I feel good about the cam paign," Thorpe said. "It's the best cam paign I could have put on. I guess the people wanted a change, or at least half a change." " , ' Al Mebane came in seventh place with 1,680 and Lightning Brown was in eighth place with 1,412 votes. William Lindsay came in ninth, and student candidate Doug Ruff, a UNC student, was tenth. "I accomplished several things in my campaign," Brown said. "Three tenant organizations were formed and we push ed hard to get condominium conversion under control." wanted I URGENTLY NEED ONE to three guest tickets for the UNCQemson game. I will pay any price! Please call Gad at 933-3482. WOULD LIKE TO BUY ONE or two guest tickets to Clem son game. Will pay good price. Contact Tom after 4 pm at 967-1472. NEED 1 or 2 Oemson football tickets. Call soon please. 967-8868. Ask for Wendy and leave mess age, name, and number. for rent PARKING SPACES FOR RENT in NCN3 Plaza perking deck. Easy . walking distance to campus and downtown area. For more infor mation call Gerald Lehman. 967-2304. ' GLEN LENNOX APARTMENT AVAILABLE Nov. 11.2 bdr.; $259month. Rent includes heat, water, hot water. Can 967-9429 evenings. 25 Maxwell Rd. GUARANTEED PARKING SPACE 600 YDS from Graduate Library. No more wasted time or gas. CaU 942-5862 $8 per month behind private home. rides I DESPERATELY NEED A ride to Wake Forest (or Winston-Salem area) on Friday, Nov. 6. Please call 9332958. Keep trying! HEADED TO MIDWEST FOR Christinas? I am and have room for one rider. Share expenses and driving. Final dsstination is Missouri. -Interested? Please caQ 489-0257. rooonssies WEIL SUPPLY ALL YOUR furniture if you move ' into our two bedroom Estes Park Apartment now or this spring. Well do aS cooking too. Only $99 a month. On bus route. Phone Graham at 929-9709. ROOMMATE NEEDED: APARTMENT IS admitt edly small, but comfortable, dose (1 block from campus) and cheap ($97.50 mo.). I like Bach and Clifford Brown. 929-9392 after 5 pro. 21, EASY GOING MALE needs 1 non-smoking male to share 1 bedroom apt 2 miles from UNC. $117 monthly. Prefer active person. Call 968-1028. Taniwiiim mammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmms Prisoners release last hostages GRATERFORD, Pa. (AP) Inmates who held six state prison workers hostage for five days settled into new cells in a federal prison Tuesday as offi cials began trying to find out how they got guns into Pennsylvania's largest maximum-security facility. . The seven inmates, including alleged ringleader Joseph 4 Jo-Jo" Bowen, a three-time killer, were taken by bus to the federal prison at Lewisburg on Mon day night. Two hours earlier, the last of dozens of people taken hostage after an aborted escape attempt last Wednesday were released unharmed. Officers began a search of all cells and work areas at the state Correctional Institution at Graterford on Tuesday. Correction Bureau spokesman Ken Robinson said he was not sure how long the search would take, but inmates would remain locked in their cells until it was done. Reagan and Hussein end talks WASHINGTON (AP) President Ronald Reagan, concerned about Jor- dan's interest in buying Soviet arms, concluded two days of talks with King Hussein on Tuesday by saying the Middle East kingdom's security "is a matter of historic and enduring concern to, the United States." Publicly, the two leaders glossed over their differences on methods of pur suing peace in the region, and addressed merely their common goal of attaining Middle East peace. As Hussein's limpusine pulled away down a driveway lined with servicemen bearing Jordanian and American flags, Reagan was asked whether the king persuaded him to support a Saudi Arabian peace plan. "No," Reagan replied. "We just found we agreed on many things." Swedes still holding Soviet sub STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) Swedish officials said Tuesday their inter rogation of the skipper of a stranded Soviet submarine could be a lengthy one because they had not received a satisfactory reason for its presence in Swedish territorial waters. The interrogation went into its second day Tuesday with a 45-minute session aboard the .submarine, which Sweden maintains was equipped as a spy vessel. Swedish navy officials indicated after the session that the sub's captain, Lt. Cmdr. Pyotr Gushin, had not wavered from his explanation that an unfortu nate "mistake in navigation due to faulty equipment and fog" brought his vessel close to the Karlskrona naval base where it ran aground one week ago. Strike crisis continues in Poland GDANSK, Poland (AP) Solidarity leader Lech Walesa announced he would meet with Communist Party chief Wojciech Jaruzelski and Archbishop Jozef Glemp today, presumably to seek ways out of Poland's labor crisis. Walesa made the announcement Tuesday to a meeting of Solidarity's Coun try Commission, the union's national leadership executive. Moderates at the meeting called for, an end to wildcat strikes idling 160,000 workers across Poland, but militants said the strikes "would continue. Walesa threatened, as he has several times previously, to resign if the dele gates do not agree that the strikes must end. Gators spark concern in Israel TIBERIAS, Israel (AP) Florida alligators are settling into their new home near the Sea of Galilee after a chilly welcome from some Israelis who feared the creatures might attack sunbathers and religious pilgrims. The 120 alligators seem to be thriving so well in the hot, humid Yarmuk River gorge that some of them have grown four inches in three months triple their normal growth rate. Zr2 Z' r..' :;Y " Shlomi Ranon, an enterprising young kibbutznik, has brought the beasts to the Holy Land to help populate a tropical park he is creating on the Yarmuk six . miles east of the Sea of Galilee. But some nature specialists have voiced the fear that alligators might escape into the Sea of Galilee and munch on sunbathers and Christian pilgrims who baptize themselves in the lake. ' . Haig fears plot against him WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary of State Alexander M. Haig Jr. believes a top White House aide is "funning a guerrilla campaign" to force him from office, the State Department's chief spokesman said Tuesday. The spokesman, Dean Fischer, declined to identify the White House aide, but it is known that Haig believes Richard V. Allen, Reagan's national security adviser, is trying to discredit him. Fischer quoted Haig as saying the campaign against him had been going on for nine months, or ever since he became secretary of state. Haig finds the situ ation "just mind-boggling," Fischer said. All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by 12 (noon) one business day before publication. MALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Private room, washerdryer, Bas. off Airport Rd, $150 Vs util. CaD 942-3904. ' HOUSO NON-SMOKING FEMALE TO SHARE 3-BEDROOM house on bus line. $120 month & V utilities. We are desperate! Please help us out! Call 967-4463 after 5 p.m. Keep trying! ROOMMATE WANTED: 3 bedroom duplex across street from Booker Creek Apts. Professional or grad student preferred. For more info can 929-3555 after 6 pm. FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR SECOND SEMESTER to share Royal Park Apt. Vi rent and utilities. Must leave halo at home! Call 942-6497. personals BELT BUCKLES AND STRIPS. Ladies Vi" buckles and strips in 44 buckle styles and 34 strip colors. All buckles $2.50, all strips $.75. Call Tommy Wallace at 968-0221. Keep trying! THE CLEF HANGERS PRESENT their biggest and best concert ever ... and yon may come. Friday, November 20th, H31 Haft, $1.00. RAPE VICTIMS SUPPORT GROUP now forming. Call Rape Crisis Center office lor information. 968-4646. CAROLINA "COMPUTER DATING "WE KNOW SOMEONE who wants to know you." Write for information. 108 West Franklin Street, Chapel Hifl, NC, 27514. JOGGING JULIET: Keep pace, ha! We could make It together forever! Lefs give it a "trial run" at the Footfalls Roadrace, Nov. 8th. Running Romeo. Vote for Donna Bishop for Homecoming Queen. (Sponsored by Crakje Residence Col lege.) HEY. JULIE! To the best friend anyone could have We've been through a lot. Thanks. Hope your big 18th is die best ever. Rahoon. - TOMMY M. Thank you for what you have meant to me these past "1,095 days." You're the best, and 1 love you. S.J.P. MISSY, Seven is a lucky number, so Nov. should be trouble free. We've had some great times and here's to a lot more. Love, Tom. YOUR LIPS MADE QUITE AN IMPRESSION. But I didn't catch your name. Glad to help you win your bet; help me win mine. Gas Mask. HAPPY 19TH K1M1 From three fellow awesome pledges. Love, Beth and Teresa. (P.S. not this one but the next one!!) HAPPY 18th USA - I mean KATHLEEN. Finally! I . was beginning to wonder whether you'd make it or not! The aged one down under. HEY 'HEEL FANS! Must be loud and roudy to beat Ciemson. Lets do it and pull for dem heels. Go to hell Ciemson from Earls. DEAR DAVO, Very Happy 20th! (Sorry Tm late!) lch Iiebe dich immer! Smile! Love, Sis. DEAR ALLISON, Just wanted to say I LOVE YOU! Thank you very much for everything you do and for being one great gal! Love, Rick. ROBBIE M., Don't worry, you're tops at your Job and as a friend! Stay Just the way you are! Things will eventually work out for the best. The gal who failed rat court. JIM E, Here's the personal yon claim you've never had! Happy birthday, you're over the bill now the big two 0! Enjoy while you cast S3. OIL CURIOUS REFEREE, Tm no longer blue. Cause in the personals, Tve heard from you. Now we must set together, the sooner the better. So how about tonight? At the stroke of eleven, m be in "Northern Blue Heaven." Wafting patiently at the "Weft, Anxious as HeC! Tm there to be seen, signed the man In GREEN. ATTENTION ALL SORORITY SUES! Muffy Ma dras and her sisters are out for your beads, pink and green, and frat boys too! Just a friendly warning from the Queen Mother. TO ERIDGIE - BRIDGIE POO-POO FACE. Happy "Scruffy" Birthday. Get psyched, be cool, and get wild. Remember don't ooze too much. We love you. Hooter, Scuffus and Horn Dog. VOTE FOR ANNA MARIA S1EGA-RIZ for Home coming. Sponsored by Morehead Confederation.

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