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2The Daily Tar HeelfThursday. November 12, 1981
Rules and Judiciary Committee approves
nomination of two to Student Supreme Court
By KEN MINGIS
DTH Slaff Writer
The Rules and Judiciary Committee of
the Campus Governing Council voted 4-0
to accept the nomination of two students
to the UNC Student Supreme Court Wed
nesday. The nominations of Jane Elizabeth
Furr and John Howard Ray, both
juniors, must be approved by a two
thirds vote of the full CGC before they
take their positions on the court.
"Both of these nominees are extreme
ly qualified," said Student Body Presi
dent Scott Norberg, who made the nomi
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SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT by supporting the
1981 Beat Dook Parade and Band Celebration. On
Thursday November 19, the Mighty Majors and
Mainstream will perform in the Tin Can. Tickets
$1.50 advance available at Union or from any Pika.
The parade is Friday, November 20, charges no
entry fee, and is open to anyone. For more informa
tion call 968-0221 or come by the Pika House.
THE DEY HOUSE ANNEX of the Delta
Upsilon Fraternity cordiaCy invites you to
the 3rd annual celebration of Nugget's
Birthday. Tonight's gala affair will be set
off by a tape show, kegs, and Nugget
himself. The time 10 p.m. The place
407Vt E. Rosemary Street. Be there.
There will be a MANDATORY CAMPUS Y
TUTORIAL MEETING. THURSDAY. November
12 at 7:30 in 08 Peabody Hall. The meeting will be
SHORT, but very IMPORTANT so ALL tutors
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LISTEN TO OUR MUSIC, drink our wine. The
DCM TIME WINDOW WINE AND CHEESE
PARTY, - today, noon til 8:00 p.m., STEREO
SOUND, 175 E. FRANKLIN ST.
SPEND FRIDAY 13th AT German Dept. Oktober
fest! AU the beer, cider, pretzels you want for $3.50.
Wurst on sale. Dance to live German Music from 8
pm-midnight. Community Church on Mason Farm
WOMEN'S LACROSSE CLUB MANDATORY
practicemeeting for EVERYONE! Thursday,
4:00, E-haus Field. Need written excuse to Kate
If missed. If unexcused, you will not be on the
membership list! .
HE'S NOT HERE offers Happy Hour prices
during entire Monday night football game on
TV. Behind Pizza Hut on Franklin Street. Be
CHARTERED BUS TO VIRGINIA game! Seats
available - $20.00. Tickets available $10.00.
Call 968-9390 for more Information.
nations. "Beth (Furr) has worked with
. the student attorney general's investigative
staff and has been involved in the Asso
ciation for Women Students," he said.
"Howard (Ray) has worked with the
Yackety Yack and with the Human Rela
tions Committee and has an excellent ap
proach to dealing with . a conflict of
views," Norberg said.
The nominations were approved with
little discussion by the committee. One
member voiced some concern about ties
the nominees had to fraternities or to cur
rent members of the Supreme Court.
Norbert's executive assistant, Danny
McKeithen, said Ray was a pledge in Chi
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Mon - Sat 10-6:30; Sun 1-4
Hill; Also Charlotte and Greensboro,
DONT FORGET THE FIRST organizational
meeting for the Jewish Awareness Week planned for
next semester on Thurs., Nov. 12 at 5:30 at the
Hillel House. Call 942-4057 for more information.
ALL YOU CAN EAT!! Alpha Delta PI Spaghetti
Dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 17 from 6 pm-9 pm.
Buy your ticket from any AD Pi Pledge or in front
of the Student Union Thursday, Friday or
Monday, Nov 12, 13 or 16.
ONE-STOP HOLIDAY SHOPPING FOR children
of all ages. Coming Saturday December 5th,
10-5:30 in Carr Mill Mall: Holi-Day Care. Children's
shows 1:00 & 3:30 ($1.00). Benefit for seven
certified Chapel Hill day care centers.
BELIEVE IT OR NOT preparation for
Orientation 82 has begun. Applications for the
Orientation Commission are available at Union
desk and 08 Steele. Due by noon, Nov. 25.
THE CAROLINA UNION GALLERY Committee
will sponsor a photography exhibit entitled "Images
of Asia," by Dr. David Warshauer from Nov. 12 to
Dec. 6. Also, there will be a reception in the Gallery
on Nov. 15 from 3 to 5 pm with a Japanese Tea
Service Demonstration. Everyone is welcome.
lost t found
FOUND: A WOMAN'S GOLD ring last Wed. in
Pine Room. Please call and identify. 933-7267 keep
FOUND ON THE U bus Thursday night: Class Key
"Senior '81". Call 933-3635 to claim.
FOUND ON FRANKLIN ST. 117. Bracelet. Call
942-5294 to identify.
LOST: WEDNESDAY. NOV. 4 ladies gold Boliva
watch with rectangular face and linked band. If
found please call 933-6282. Reward offered.
LOST: BLACK, LONG-HAIRED cat. Dis
appeared Monday, November 9 from home; Mt
Bolus Road. Perhaps wandered to Stratford
Hills area. PLEASE caH Jenny, 966-5059, with
LOST BROWN PORTFOLIO LEGAL size contain
, big correspondence & important files. Return'
contents to women's gym 105. Cash reward no
questions asked. Phone 962-2261962-2262.
LOST EYE GLASSES: IN FRONT of Wilson Gym
on Wednesday morning. In a tan burlap case. Call
Lauren 933-4847. Glasses have no rim on bottom. ?
LOST: BROWN SUNGLASSES WITH semi tinted
lenses. Were lost Saturday around campus police
station. If found can A.C. any night 929-5269.
FOUND AT STARSiCP CONCERT: comb with
ticket. Want your momento? Can Che at 968-9007
FOUND MEN'S SILVER WATCH in Gerrard Hall
several weeks ago. Sorry this notice took so long.
CaU and identify. Janet 929-3814.
LOST: WHITE SPIRAL NOTEBOOK and black
folder. Contain class notes. Reward offered. CaH
933-7068 after 6.
member, but that Furr had no connec
tions with any fraternity.
The nomination of the two is the result
of a long application and interview pro
cess, Norberg said.
The applicants had to fill out an appli
cation and be interviewed by McKeithen,
he said. The top four candidates were
then interviewed by Norberg.
"The qualifications I was looking for
were that there be no conflict with any
other branch of government and that
they be able to devote a lot of time'to the
court," Norberg said.
Norberg said he asked each of the po
tential nominees to name one thing of
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Whatever your travel questions, ask them on campus first Then for
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Your UNC Campus Representative Is Sara Kendal! 942-5250
Eastern Reservation 942-4182
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to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
WAITRESS BELGIUM U.S. based company
building American style restaurants in Europe '
opening in March of 1982 in Brussels, Belgium.
Looking for "dean cut, ail-American type", experi
enced waitresses and bartenders. Second language
(French) helpful, but not a must! Six month
commitmentcontract a must! Please send resume
and picture to: Belgium Project, 100 Colony
Square, Suite 2010, Atlanta, Georgia 30361.
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Global Wealth Enterprise, Box 2308, Lawrence, Ks.
THE GRADUATE and PROFESSIONAL
STUDENT Federation seeks Interested
graduate students for the position of
treasurer. Please call 962-5675 or come
by suite D Carolina Union.
GROUNDSKEEPING AND JANITORIAL HELP
wanted immediately 40 hours per week Friday
Tuesday; off on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Apply
in person Monday-Friday between 8am-5 pm to Ben
Crenshaw, Granville Towers West, University
Square, Chapel Hill, N.C. MF.
LOOKING FOR INDIVIDUAL TO do publicity pro
jects for Jewish campus group. Arstk background
desired. Salary negotiable. Ask for Linda at
REBUILT VW ENGINE. CALL collect 1-4834624.
One week's service-ninety day warranty.
CHOW PUPPY, AKC REGISTERED,
female, black, call 962-1163 9-5.
542-3377 after 8:00 pat
GRANVILLE SOUTH MALE CONTRACT for sale.
Includes all utilities and 19 meals a week. Great
location! Available now or second semester call
JANSPORT BACKPACK FOR SALE. Good
condition. Inexpensive. CaH 967-1870 for more
GRAHAM DORM HOUSING CONTRACT. North
campus, good cheap living. Includes all dorm
functions DESPERATE can Gary at 933-3883.
FOR SALE: TWO TICKETS to the UNC-UVa game
on Saturday. Can 933-4363 or 933-3251 for details.
CHRISTMAS SHOP AT WOMANCRAFT for
beautiful handmade articles at reasonable prices.
Pottery, quilts, stained-glass, toys, handwoven and
knitted items. 412 W. Franklin, Chapel HiH.
, FORMAL DRESS FOR SALE size 3-5 only worn
once. Can Jennifer at 933-4906. '
FRESH PRESSED CIDER 2.99 gallon. Plenty of
new crop Florida citrus. Oysters, shrimp and other
fresh seafood at Tom Robinson's Seafood and
Produce. 300 West Rosemary St. 942-1221. Ample
great interest to them and to tell him what
they had done about it.
"Another thing I was concerned with
was finding young students, appoint
ments of people who would have longer
than just one year for a court term," he
McKeithen said that the four-week
nomination process tried to take age into
"Of the current justices on the; court,
at least two will be completing their ser
vices next semester," he said. "It would
be useful to have these nominees already
on the court to give it a little experience
when that happens."
PRE SEASON SAVINGS - 10 of any framing
order brought in before November 15. The Frasners
Corner custom framing, by appointment 942-8425.
CELEBRATING? BIRTHDAYS ANNIVERSARIES
WHATEVER We deliver Bouquets of helhim
filled balloons, personalized cookie cakes and a tunc
to o Sices, homes, dorms, in Durham, Chapel H31
RTP call Cookie Factory (286-2628) or Balloons
and Tunes (967-3433)
BARTENDING CATERING SERVICES OFFERED
for receptions, meetings and private parties. Plan
your holiday parties now and leave the rest to us.
Call Durham 477-6722 Marvette.
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 appoint
ment 10 AM-6 PM.
DESPERATE! GREAT 2-BEDROOM DUPLEX.
Your choice starting Dec or Jan. thru June with
option to renew. Call 933-3700.
SUBLET: COMPLETELY FURNISHED ONE
bedroom apt. Spring semester. Bus line, close
to mall. $170 plus utilities. CaH 942-8148.
WANTED: SOMEONE TO SUBLEASE two bdr.
apt. at Carolina Apts. starting January. If interested
caH 968-0489 evenings.
SPRING SEMESTER: MUST RENT room in two
bedroom apartment Estes Park. $99, N-bus, ten
nispool. Two male roommates already. Incentives:
private, single bedroom. Bed, dresser furnished.
Complimentary beer keg as house-warming.
Contact Adam immediately 968-0016.
I NEED A RIDE to St Louis for X-mas break.
Would like to leave around 1215. WIS share
driving and expenses. Please caH 933-4746.
. GOING TO NEW YORK over Thanksgiving? Space
available on chartered bus. $55 round trip. Leaves
Wed. night, returns Sun. Caff Durham 688-3522
after 10 p.m. for details.
HELP! I NEED A ride to Ashevule Friday. I wiS be
willing to pay a share of the gas expense. Please caH
RIDE NEEDED TO GREENVILLE. NC. Nov. 13
and back Nov. 15. Will share expenses. Please (!)
can 933-2983 and leave message.
m A HOMESICK (AND lovesick) freshman
who wants to see her family (and her boyfriend)
this weekend. If you're going to Charlotte and
leaving Friday after 11 am, please help me. Caff
Tracy 933-3183. Will share expenses.
RIDE NEEDED TO WILMINGTON this Friday.
Can. leave after 4:00. Will share expenses. Call
collect BlU Durham 0-286-1924 call after 10:00 pm.
Conferees OK peanut program
WASHINGTON (AP) A House-Senate conference committee voted
Tuesday to save the basic structure of the federal peanut program, but angry
opponents promised a fight on the House and Senate floors.
Rep. Stanley Lundine, D-N.Y., said retention of the program would jeopar
dize passage of the 1981 Farm Bill, which includes the peanut program.
Rep. Paul Findley, R-Ill., a foe of the peanut program, said it created a sys
tem of "landed privilege" for people and their descendants granted a govern
ment monopoly to grow peanuts when the program was created in 1938.
After 90 minutes of debate, House conferees voted 7-2 to adopt the modified
Senate version of that section of the Farm Bill: Senate conferees did not vote,
as the peanut program already had been approved by the upper chamber.
The two leading spokesmen for the programs were Sen. Jesse Helms,
R-N.C, and Rep. Charles Rose, D-N.C. Both said they were optimistic that
both houses would preserve the program when it reached the floors of the
House and Senate later this year.
Unions sue over airline service
WASHINGTON (AP) Several labor unions, accusing the government of
failing to assure "efficient, comprehensive and timely passenger air service,'
announced Wednesday they would file a lawsuit seeking the rehiring of thou
sands of air traffic controllers who had been fired.
The unions, led by the United Auto Workers union, were joined by consumer
activist Ralph Nader and the Consumer Federation of America in the lawsuit,
which is to be filed today in U.S. District Court.
The suit will argue that under the Civil Aeronautics Act, the government is
required "to provide efficient, comprehensive and timely passenger air service
in the safest possible manner," but that it is failing to do so because of the re
duced number of controllers directing air traffic,
..'Israel censured for reactor attack
UNITED NATIONS (AP) The U N. General Assembly overwhelmingly
- voted Wednesday to term Israel's air attack on an Iraqi nuclear reactor last
June a serious threat to peaceful nuclear energy development.
Only Israel, and the United States voted against an Iraqi-proposed amend
ment putting that judgment into a resolution commending the International
Atomic Energy Agency for promoting nuclear power for peaceful purposes.
The vote was 119-2, with 10 abstentions.
Israel said last summer that it destroyed the installation June 7 because the
reactor was being used to manufacture nuclear weapons for use against the
Jewish state. Iraq denied the accusation. The International Atomic Energy
Agency said at the time that its regular inspections had not revealed the Iraqi
facility was being used to build arms.
The 10 countries abstaining from the amendment vote were Chile, Colombia,
the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Jamaica, Ghana, Lesotho,
Malawi and Swaziland.
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RIDE NEEDED TO NORFOLK Va. area for week
end of Nov. 13. Wul share expenses. Call 968-1239.
RIDE NEEDED TO ALEXANDRA, VaWash. Dec
area for Thanksgiving. Call Elaine at 967-5995.
RIDE NEEDED TOFROM Lexington, Kentucky or
nearby for Thanksgiving break. Call after 5:00 and
ask for Shelley. Will contribute usual.
DESPERATE FEMALE NEEDS A Morrison
contract for Spring Semester. Please call
933-3395, especially on week-nights 7-10 pm.
Ask for Teresa. Quiet roommate preferred.
ROOMMATE WANTED FOR SPRING Semester.
Non-smolung female to share Foxcroft Apt. with 3
others. Rent $93.75 plus utilities. Caff 942-6112.
ROOMMATE TO SHARE FOXCROFT Apt. Spring
Semester bus, pool, tennis $125mo. Vi
utilities. CaB 967-4202 after 7 p.m.
MALE GRAD OR PROFESSIONAL school student
needed to share small two-bedroom apartment
Completely furnished; quiet; one mile from campus:
on 3 bus routes; only $100 per month plus Vi
utilities. Available January 1, 1982. Smokers okay.
TWO FEMALE ROOMMATES NEEDED in mid
December to share brand new townhouse-energy
efficient structure has private sun deck. Located on
N bus route. CaH 933-9826 after 5:30 for more
information. Rent $150.00 plus utilities per
LIBERAL FEMALE NON-SMOKER wanted to
share Carolina Apt $98month plus V utilities.
Immediate occupancy preferred. Will accept
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED TO share two
bedroom Carolina Apt. for next semester. Pay Vt
rent and Vk utilities. CaU 929-5967.
1, 2, or 3, roommates needed to share or possibly
sublet 2 bedroom apartment for spring semester.
. Rent $110mont Vs utilities. Call 968-0064.
NEED FEMALE ROOMMATE SPRING Semester.
Non-smoker (pot or tobacco), non-vegetarian,
conservatively liberal. NO RONNIE FANS, neat but
not fanatical. Apartment furnished except your
bedroom. Close to campus $95month utilities.
ROOMMATE WANTED: SHARE QUIET, spacious
Foxcroft apartment with studious. Junior accounting
major. $160month plus utilities. Private room and
bath. Spring semester. 929-7300.
ROOM FOR TWO AVAILABLE in Whitehead
Dorm beginning Spring Semester. Great location!
Caff Kerri or Sherye at 9334541.
NON-SMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted
for Kingswood Apt. starting Jan. $82.25 plus V
utilities. CaB 968-1239.
TWO ROOMMATES NEEDED TO share apart
ment with quiet female. Rent $103 Vfc utilities
each. Can move in after Dec. 20th. Call Tina or Una
HAPPY 22ND TO MY Little Rock and RoD. You're
priceless. Love, your KR.
SHARON & SHARON - Thanks for befog there
when I needed a friend. Vail are the greatest
suttemates ever! Love, Nora.
SARA LEE You are my favorite cake maker.
Thanks so much for being the best roomie ever. I
wfll always remember Heavenly Hash, blind dates.
Fats, brownies, blenders, overslept alarms, NCAA,
dying plants, 3 o'clock mornings and an die other
good times. No more pseudo home and definitely no
need for 40 yean! Have a happy day. Much Love,
WHEN YOU SEE JULIE S. today, give her a big
hug and help her celebrate. Happy 21st lady! You're
not getting older, you're getting Better! A.E.
MULEBREATH AND ROCK-N-ROLL - man. this
weekend's gonna be alright! GO HEELS, BEAT
HOOS! We love yaH and Just thought we'd share
that with you. . . whatever! 5812 P.S. Thanks
HEY TAR HEEL FANS! The Heels are HOT
and heading to a MAJOR Bowl victory on Jan.
IB "OPERATION TAR HEEL" wfll ride again
and a mere $50 refundable deposit will hold
your spot on the trip! Call 942-BOWL now for
ENJOY JINGLE BELL MORNINGS and the clow
nest of fireside afternoons in your own private
cottage. Nestled in the Great Smokies . . . youll
have the time of your life. $40 for 2 per night
Mountain Brook Cottages, US441 South, Syha,
I HAVE A COKE triple value cap. IH split 50-50
with any $100 or greater Coke cap.- CaQ Simon
967-8751. Keep trying!
PAUL FOR YOU, A toast to tears, laughter and
the beauty of an autumn sky. This coukl be the
beginning of a beautiful friendship." An Uncom
MR. ADAM APPLE, THANKS for pointing out the
sensitive quarter. I promise to keep it a secret if you
let me taste the fruit. Draculetta
MILLY T. HAPPY 19th!! Thanks for sticking with
me thru everything. I know ifs been hard. Let" s raise
hen at Purdys tonite. Luv, Susan.
HELP ME! I NEED a ride to and from Charlotte on
die weekend of Nov. 13. Win share gas! CaS Lisa:
WANTA ROOM WITH A friend? Both roommates
in 2nd floor James room are moving out this
December. CaU 933-4448.
FROM THE DEPTHS OF Sherwood Forest comet
an unmistakable caH for the members of The Order
of the Furry Beasts. I says "Reunlto!" CaB 933-4912.
KOGL AID KSD Ilappy Anniversary to a great
freshman. TUs last mom&t fcas been CAT.
Here's to ssany snore. LOVE CV.
DAVID B. and TED H. Thanx (or your undying
support and dedication In the week of homecoming
events. It was appreciated by a9 especially me.
HEY APO LITTLE BRO Lynn M2!er! You're doing a
great Job. Keep it up. Hope you enjoy Brotherhood
week. Your Big Bro, Gail.
CONGRATULATIONS TO COD3 S 2nd East APO
pledges. Rosls and Dawn! Your "Rose and Gator"
both look terrific! Have fun this week Daisy.
HI DEB3Y, WELCOME TO Chapel Hill ... I
LOVE YOU! Now that you're hers. I'm not going to
let you go! I LOVE YOU, Matthew.