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2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday. January 26, 1982
Students criticize uniforms
By GREG BATTKN
DTH Staff Writer
Student criticized the recent Chapel Hill Town Coun
cil decision allocating $1 1,000 to purchase uniforms for
Chapel Hill Transit bus drivers in an informal survey
conducted on campus last week.
Bus drivers have expressed opposition to the decision
by circulating two petitions last fall against the decision.
The two petition drives netted 1,192 and 5,495 signa
Going against the recommendation of the Transporta
tion Board, the council approved allocation of the funds
on Nov. 4.
Susan Buttry, a junior from Durham, said the decision
seemed "totally illogical.".
"If the bus drivers don't want the uniforms, I really
don't understand why they should force an $11,000 ex
penditure," she said.
Other students said the money should be spent in
By LAURA SEIFERT
DTH Staff Writer
Shirley Marshall, a Chapel Hill resident,
has announced her candidacy for the
Orange County Board of Commissioners
Marshall, a veteran of local and state
government, said her main interest would
be the coordination and integration of
town and county governments.
Other issues include water supply and
conservation, housing, the growth and
development of the town and the plight
of the elderly woman, she said.
Marshall is presently serving on the
Chapel Hill Housing Authority, and was
appointed recently to replace Anne
Barnes as chairperson of the Board of
After serving as a special assistant for
local affairs in state government, Marshall
said she better understood the positions
of town councilmen, county commis
sioners and other local government jobs.
"I realize how important the County
Commissioners are," Marshall said.
"I want to continue to do what I've
been doing on the state level," she said.
"I want to get city and county govern
ments working ... closely together."
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an eye examination for you.
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235A Elliott Rd. 968-4776
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SAIL THE BAHAMAS SPRING Break!! Includes
round trip bus transportation, 7 days Sailing, meals,
alcoholic beverages and more! ALL FOR $449!! Call
942-SAIL now lor details. We're booking up fast!
NOTICE: BUYING ALBUMS. 45'a and cassettes
cash or trade. (Good condition, please) open 7 days
a week. Fair Exchange, 302 E. Main, Carrboro.
Special interest in baseball cards. Buy, sell and
trade any years.
COMMUNITY FOODS CO-OP invites you to
Join. Big savings on good food compared to
grocery store prices. Share Co-op responsibility
(about two hours work per month) and share
Co-op benefits. Orientation meeting Wednes
day, January 27, 7:00 p.m. at 408 West
JAZZ DANCE AND DUKE ELLINGTON Gus
Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago will hold an open
lecture-demonstration Wed., Jan. 27 in Memorial
Hall at 4:00 FREE.
APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED now for
vice-presidential positions on the UNC Interfratemi
ty Council. Anyone interested see your IFC rep. or
contact Steve Hutson in the basement of Steele
BUg. Application deadline is Tuesday.
THE LORELE1S WILL HOLD auditions for a second
alto part in their a capella singing group on Sunday,
Jan. 31 at 3:00 pm questions 968-1069 or
REMINDER: H'llFl SKI TRIP spaces (weekend of
February 5th thru 7th) arc going fast? Call Hillei for
"Uniforms are only for appearance," said Gregory
Jones, a freshman from New Bern. "With the gas situa
tion the way u is, I think the money could be better
Jones said the money should be spent on the necessi
ties of operating a bus system. "1 think they should be
more concerned with keeping the buses in operating con
dition instead of buying uniforms for the drivers."
Daphne Saunders, a senior from Smithfield, agreed
with Jones. "That much money is kind of ridiculous
when you think of all the other things it could be spent
for," she said.
Laura Hayworth, a junior from High Point, suggested
an alternative use for the funds.
"I don't see why they should spend so much money
on something that nobody really wants," she said.
"They should use some of that money for salt to clean
some of these icy sidewalks around town."
Also criticizing the decision, Jon Brisley, a sophomore
from Jamestown, said he thought the action was an
"avoidable unnecessary expenditure."
Marshall's political career began in
1972, when she was appointed to the
Chapel Hill Town Council, which was
then called the Board of Aldermen.
After six years on the council, she serv
ed on the Orange Water and Sewer Au
thority. Her position in state government
followed. For the last year and a half she
has served on the Chapel Hill Housing
Experience in local government is what
Marshall said she considers to be an ad
vantage for her in the election.
"I am extraordinarily interested in how
they (town and county governments)
work together, work apart and comple
ment each other," she said.
The filing deadline for the commis
sioners race is Feb. 1.
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Complete Pair Of
txDires Feb. 28. 1982 i
THERE WILL BE AN organizational meeting for all
those interested in participating in the Campus Y
Tutoring Program, Thursday, January 28-at 7:00 in
Peabody 08. There will also be a meeting Monday,
February 1 at 3:30 in Peabody 08 for those who
cannot attend Thursday.
THE BEST OF ROCK -N- ROLL tonight
and every Tuesday at Crazy Zack's. Can
beverage discounts 710 pm cover $1.00.
APPLICATIONS FOR IFC VICE-Presidential posi
tions are now available: Rush, Publicity, Judicial,
Minority and Fraternity Affairs. All interested
Greeks are urged to apply. Applications are
available in the basement of Steele Building and are
due at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday.
SHAPE UP NOW FOR Spring Break. Dancercize
classes begin Feb. 1. Sign up and more info, is Jan.
25-27 in the Student Union. Hurry because classes
THE JOB MARKET IS TOUGH! You need an edge.
Job Pro-Files offers RESUME' and INTERVIEW
ING workshops at Durham YMCA 493-4502 every
Monday, and Chapel Hill YMCA 942-5156 every
Tuesday. Morning or night classes. Register one
week in advance .
lost c found
. FOUND: PAIR OF MEN'S glasses outside of Davie
HaU. Call and identify. Marlis-933-5748.
LOST GOLD WATCH (ELGIN) during last semester
exams. If found call 933-2956.
FOUND: BUDGET MEAL CARD on 1-19. Returned
to Pine Room office.
LOST: BLACK NYLON WALLET In Fetzer on
.Thurs. afternoon. The ID's and pictures are very
. valuable to me! If fount), please drop in any public
mailbox or call Eileen at 933-0425. Reward.
FOUND: BRACELET IN DAVIE Hafl on Jan. 22.
Please call 933-4969 to claim. Must be able to
BLUE BACKPACK WAS TAKEN by accident in the
Student Store Wednesday afternoon. I can't register
without my computer cards. Please, please call
Mark at 929-5289.
LOST WHITE PORTUGUESE COMPOSITION
notebook between Mangum Dorm and Carmichael
Auditorium. If found please call or return to Mike
Nobles at 404 Manly Dorm 933-8546.
Navy proposes sinking
By JIM WRINN
DTH Staff Writer
A recent Navy proposal to dispose of
obsolete nuclear submarines off the North
Carolina coast has drawi concern from
the governor and Merchant Marine and
Fisheries Committee Chairman Rep.
Walter B. Jones, D-lst.
Gov. Jim Hunt's press secretary, Brent
Hackney, said Monday the governor
wanted more information on the pro
posal. "The governor will want all assu
rances that it would not affect the fisheries
industry, tourism and especially people,"
Ed Welch, legal counsel for Jones'
committee, said Monday the Congress
man was opposed to the idea unless the
Navy could prove ocean dumping was
Welch said the committee would hold a
hearing on the proposal before it was im
plemented. Navy spokesman Lt. J.G. Miller said
two sites for the disposal of decommis
sioned nuclear submarines were under
consideration. One is off the California
coast. The other is 200 miles southeast of
Cape Hatteras in 17,000 feet of water.
Miller said the Navy had begun an en
vironmental impact statement on several
alternatives including land and sea dis
posal but no deadline had been set for its
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Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
LOST: IN FRONT OF BYNUM Hall, Tues., Jan.
13; 1 pair, rust-colored wool gloves. Sentimental
value. If found, please call Jane at 929-1900.
EARN $50-$75 in EPA Breathing Experiments on
the UNC-CH campus. Wanted: Healthy males, age
18-40, non-smokers for at least a year. For more
information please call 966-1253, 8-5 Mon.-Fri.
EXCELLENT SUMMER COUNSELING OPPOR
TUNITIES for men and women who are interested
in serving boys and girls ages 7-16, guiding them in
their physical, mental and spiritual development.
Only those persons who will dedicate their whole
hearted efforts to help each individual child develop
his or her potential should apply. One must have
ability to teach in one or more of our specialized
activities. College students, teachers, and coaches
should apply. CAMP THUNDERBIRD, located 17
miles southeast of Charlotte, N.C, is an ACA ac
credited camp member, specializing in water sports
(sailing, water skiing, swimming and canoeing), yet
an added emphasis is placed on the land sports
(general athletics, tennis, golf, archery, riflery and
backpacking). Horseback .riding,) white-water ca
noeing and tripping are extras in our excellent pro
gram. For further information write or call G.
- William Climer, Jr., Director, Camp Thunderbird,
Route 7. Box 50, Clover, S.C. 29710 (803-831-2121).
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER WANTED FOR 8
month old in our home on busline. Mon., Wed., Fri.
8 a.m. to noon. CaU 962-5040 or 929-6415.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR POSITIONS
available at one of the nation's finest resident camps
for men and women with three years of college.
Openings for specialists in all land and water sports,
arts & crafts, dance, music, drama, and other skills .
as well as for general counselors. For information
contact John Hasnas at 1-383-4507. .
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS-MUST HAVE pleasant
telephone voice. Contact Country Club Shores..
Monday-Friday 3-9, 493-5984.
STUDENT 3 TO 5 hours week for yard housework
$3.75 hour. Write 402 Morgan Creek CH giving
qualification. Your transportation. Do not come to
I MUST SELL ROOM contract for 304 Aycock. Call
942-5056 and ask for Andrea Barnes.
SELMER 10G WOODEN CLARINET for sale. Ex
cellent condition maintenance kept up. Accessor
ies for oiling, cleaning Included. Has been apprais
ed. Price negotiable. CaU Sonya 933-4003.
ROOM FOR SALE IN Morrison for a female. For
additional information call 942-2699.
From page 1
Drescher said his three-month ""ting in
ternship at The News and Observe 'Sleigh
allowed him to see how a good newspaper is
operated. Rich said he worked for a marketing
and research firm last summer that gave him a
knowledge of finances important to running a
In other races, RHA presidential candidate
Scott Templeton said that he would emphasize
officer training and improve relations between
residence hall officers and Student Government.
He said he was not pleased about the Housing
Department decision that some double
occupancy dorm rooms would be changed to
triple occupancy rooms next year.
CAA presidential candidate Perry Morrison
said he would reorganize the CAA office into
four branches responsible for ticket distribu
tion, special events, publicity and the treasury.
Also, he said he would keep records of Home
coming and work on a better ticket distribution
completion or the actual disposal of the ,
"They'll have to explore several chan
nels," Miller said. "And the study, will
probably last years."
Following the environmental impact
statement, the Navy would submit a plan
to the Environmental Protection Agency
for approval and apply for a permit to
sink the submarines.
The Navy has five decommissioned nu
clear submarines in storage. Miller said
the Navy could maintain them in storage
indefinitely but a permanent disposal
method was necessary for the more than
100 nuclear submarines the Navy has.
"As we go into the 1990s and beyond,
we'll have to dispose of them too," Miller
Nuclear fuel from the vessels would be
removed before any were sunk, Miller
said. Radiation would be less than nor
mal radiation levels found in nature.
Miller said the sites off the North
Carolina and California coasts had been
selected for study because they were in
Duke University oceanographer
Richard Barber said the Navy was in
terested in the Hatteras site because of its
depth. "There's no appreciable decay of
metals at that depth. It's a very slow pro
cess," he said.
Sign-Ups Jan. 25-30
Leagues Open On Tiles.,
Wed., and Thur. Nites
Play begins Tues., Feb. 2
Handicaps make it Equal for
any level bowler So come on
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HUGE 2' X 3' BLACK and white photographs of
Rolling Stones at JFK Philadelphia Concert, Sep
tember 26. Two shots of Mick, one of whole band.
$19 each or highest offers. Call Erik at 929-5130.
FOR SALE MEN'S DINGO boots, 9Vt D. Tan
leather, stitching on toe and top of boot; Never been
worn! $60.00 in store. Sell for $40.00. Call
EHRINGHAUS MALE ROOM CONTRACT for
sale. Reduced rate. Room 629. Call 933-6543 for
TWO GOOD GENERAL ADMISSION BB tickets
to State-UNC game. Call 968-1341 after 6.
ATTENTION: OFF CAMPUS FEMALES!
Eringhaus contract for sale at a discount! Call
NAUTILUS FITNESS CONTRACT FOR sale: 6
months for $100, Cost $150. Call 933-1816 ask for
LIMITED SUPPLY DESIGNER FASHIONS at
Factory Cost. Blouses, sweaters, denim and wool
skirts, some men's sweaters. Mostly large sizes.
Cash, check, layaway welcome. Kim. 933-4443.
MR. ICS MUSIC SHOW features a disc jockey
playing rock, funk, oldies, beach, and your requests
for any size party. CaU 942-5293. $100four hours.
SCUBA DIVING INSTRUCTION: FINISHED by
Spring Break! M, W nights 8-11 CH YMCA $100
mem, $U0non. Feb. 27-March 3. Open water
dives in Florida March 6. 7. CaU YMCA 942-5156
or Water World 383-1186 for details.
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: one bedroom apart
ment, carpet and drapes, appliances, central air.
pool. Adults only. On busline 404 Jones-Ferry Rd.
Call GREENBELT APTS. 929-3821 for appoint
ment 10 AM-6 PM.
DOWNTOWN PARKING SPACE FOR rent.
Two minutes walk to campus. $22.50 per
month. Call 929-6577.
AS CLOSE AS YOU'LL ever get to campus!
Secluded house plus your own room on W.
Rosemary St Will split first months rent. Help!
TOM ROBINSON'S SEAFOOD. Its the season for
Sides differ on discussion topics
MOSCOW (AP) The Soviets are hoping today's meeting between
n . "i . a a s m a. ri i 1 "
roreigii iviinisicr nuici . uiumyRU anu occiciaiy ui. oiciic -vicaciiiuci m.
Haig Jr., will show Western Europe the Kremlin is sincere about restarting
strategic arms limitation talks despite tension over Poland.
Soviet and East European sources say in addition to arms limitations talks,
Gromyko is expected to raise such issues as Israel's annexation of the Syrian
Golan Heights, U.S. support for the rightist regime in El Salvador and alleg
ed American foot-dragging on independence for Namibia.
Haig has said he wants to use the talks to "express first-hand and directly
the outrage" of the United States against Communist military repression in
Poland. Gromyko said Monday he had no intention of discussing the Polish
question with Haig who aides say won't bring up arms talks.
New evidence in Atlanta murders
ATLANTA (AP) Jurors hearing two murder charges against Wayne B..
Williams will be allowed to listen to evidence which prosecutors say could
link Williams to 10 additional killings, a judge ruled Monday.
The ruling, which opened the fifth week of the celebrated trial, was a vic
tory for prosecutors trying to convict Williams in the deaths of Nathaniel
Cater, 27, and Jimmy Ray Payne, 21, two of 28 young blacks slain here in a
22-month string ot killings.
Prosecutors, who have conceded that their case is based on circumstantial
evidence, told Judge Clarence Cooper on Friday that the extra evidence was
crucial to show a "pattern" and 'scheme' ' in the deaths.
Defense attorney Alvin Binder moved for a mistrial immediately after the
judge's ruling, but Cooper denied the request. Binder has maintained that
admission of the evidence would be highly prejudicial to his client and would
lead to reversal by an appeals court if Williams were convicted.
Officials predict less aid for students
RALEIGH, (AP) North Carolina college and university officials say
budget cuts are hurting financial aid programs and they are trying to alert
students that there will not be as much money available as in the past. . .
They said aid has already been cut for the 1981-82 school year and they ex
pect even more to be cut when President Reagan announces his plans for next
Some schools, like North Carolina State University, are stepping up efforts
to get grants and scholarships from private groups. Others are enlarging their
Most of the schools receive federal money in five different forms: Pell
Grants, the basic grant program that most benefits needy students; Work
Study Program; National Direct Student Loan Program; Supplemental
Grant Program and the Guaranteed Student Loan Program. Most of the con
cern focuses on the Guaranteed Student Loan Program, which some officials
predict will undergo the most change.
Unemployment figures up in N.C.
RALEIGH (AP) The number of North Carolinians looking for jobs in
December climbed to 6.8 percent, reflecting a national trend of growing
unemployment, the state Employment Security Commission said Monday.
to Work at
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Jan. 26 or Jan. 27
206 Student Union
Stop by Room 102
Campus Y for
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before publication.
oysters and clams in the shell, scallops & fish. 300
W. Rosemary St. Open Thurs.-Sat. 942-1221.
Ample free parking.
SPECIAL-HE'S NOT HERE offer Happy
Hour prices on Beer every Monday from 5pm
unto closing. .
WANTED: MALE NON-SMOKER to share two
bedroom lVz bath townhouse for spring semester.
10 minutes from UNC. Dishwasher, washer-dryer
connection; central heat and air; HBO; furnished
except for. bedroom $160month plus Vz utilities.
493-3752 evenings: t;m
3rd ROOMMATEJ&EDED TO share apartment
$100 month utilities; on bus route AC, pool,
laundry, completely furnished, available immediate
ly, male non smoker preferred. Call 929-3050.
TWO FEMALES LOOKING FOR one or two other
females to room with us starting May. Call
933-0421 if you need roommates.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED AVAILABLE
immediately Estes Park Apts. $94.00 per month Vs
of electric bill contact 968-1308.
FEMALE NEEDED TO SHARE three bedroom
condo. Prefer grad or professional. One mile from
campus. Lots of privacy! $150.00 plus utilities.
967-9668 after 5:00.
FEMALE COMMUTING STUDENT FROM
Raleigh needs occasional place to stay overnite in
Chapel Hill. Willing to pay reasonable price.
876-3961 after 4:00 pm.
THREE TICKETS TO THE Wake-UNC
basketball game in Greensboro. Call Pam
I NEED ONE TICKET for Oemson game. CaU
967-2323 anytime and ask for Tommy. Keep trying!
ONE TO TWO TICKETS needed to Oemson
game. Jan. 27. CaU 933-1051 and ask for
Sharon. Will pay reasonable price.
WANTED: ONE TICKET FOR Oemson basketbaH
game. Call day at 942-6033.
RIDE DESIRED DAILY FROM Durham (Broad
Street between Carver and Stadium) to campus.
Happy Birthday Hummel
Shr Dailt) (Har Hrrl
THE LATE NIGHT
PLACE TO EAT!
now serving, specialty
omelets and burgers V
Sun 9 am-9 pm : ;
M-T 7 am-3 pm
Wed-Sat 7 am-2:30 am
Yc OIc Waffle Shop
Arrive 8 am, leave 5 pm (flexible). 477-6961 after 6
pm. Will pay generously!
NEED RIDE TO GREENSBORO for
Tuesday's Police concert. Will help with
gas saoney. CaU Mike or Ken at 933-3848.
NEED A K1DE TO VA lechKoanoke on frtdav. r
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I 9Q Dotimi Jan 11 U71I1 ilura
exnenses. CaU 933-7245: Scott.
WANT TO GO TO the Police Concert tonight? If i
you can drive three gorgeous gals there, well give ;
you a free ticket. Please call Tracy 933-3183 or Liz
933-3464 as soon as possible.
STUART, YOU HAVE MADE a big dent in my life,
and I hope you will continue to do so. I do love you.
JBMOCH-HAPPY 22nd! Have smile for
sc today. DTHODA7 BDA7 (Breadnuuis).
How about those inproved
Editorial Advertising relations. Have a
SNEAK AWAY! Ski all day and come home to
cuddle up by the fireside in secluded hideaways In
the Great Smokies. $40 for 2 people. $45 for 4
nitely. Mountain Brook Cottages. US 441 South,
Syha, N.C. 704-586-4329.
XANADU: PARADISE JUST ISNT the same
without you: Too much cold, snow, ice.
Please bring back your fire, warmth, and love to
me. Daniel M.
STUD ENT-AT-LARG E POSITION open on
The Daily Tar Heel Board of Directors.
Interest and knowledge of financial auua
agesaent desirable. See Linda or
Rejeanne to the DTH oCSce for applica
tion. Hurry position ntunt be filled soon!
TO THE GIRL IN brown in the row in front of me at
NCSU ticket distribution. Your eyes kept meeting
mine. Please tell me how to contact you. Use DTH.
ROBIN MATTHEWS PLEASE
CAPTIVATED: GIRL IN SEAT (4-LV9) at Waks
game. Was with camera and "Freeze-Frame" chant
and I'm interested. If feeling is mutual, reply DTH
BOB-SAVE ME FROM those five cackling
women! I'm ready to fly home with you so I can
make "deposits" all over your house. PHRED.
Roses are Red Violets will bloom
HURRY net well and coase home soon!!!