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2The Daily Tar HeelFriday, September 10, 1982
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WASHINGTON The Democratic
controlled House dealt a traveling Presi
dent Ronald Reagan his first major rever
sal on an economic issue Thursday, voting
301-117 to override his veto of a
$14.2-billion money bill he called a
The margin was 22 votes more than the
two-thirds needed to overturn the veto.
That sent the bill to the Republican
dominated Senate,, where a similar two
thirds vote is needed to enact the bill over
GOP Leader Howard H. Baker, Jr. of
Tennessee said the Senate vote woulcfbe
held Friday, and he viewed the outcome
as "uncertain." Mark Hatfield, R-Ore.,
chairman of the Senate Appropriations
Committee, is already on record against
It was only the second time in nearly
two years the House has voted to overturn
one of Reagan's vetoes, and the first such
action on a major spending bill. This vote
came as the president was flying from
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ing Fall recruitment Thursday and Friday, interested
students stop by the table in Carroll lobby.
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and experts! Come run with Jim Fixx on Sunday
Sept 12, at 3:00 pm on Carmichael Field. Info and
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Topeka, Kan., to Utah to on the first trip
in his fall political offensive.
Just moments before the tally, House
Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill, D-Mass., ap
pealed to Republicans who originally sup
ported the bill to "stay with your con
science.". "Let's get America moving again. And
let's not leave these elderly, the handicap
. ped and the disadvantaged behind," said
O'Neill, who took the unusual step of
casting a vote. As speaker, O'Neill nor
mally votes only in event of a tie.
In all, the measure was about $1.9
billion below the amount originally re
quested by the president, even though he
rejected it as too costly.
But by administration figures, it con
tained $918 million more in domestic
spending than the president wanted for
programs such as community service jobs
for senior citizens, mass transit, highways,
student financial assistance and aid to
education. It also cut $2.1 billion from
Reagan's defense request, although Con
gress indicated it would approve that
money next year. - -
Fine selection of
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- rrd the beet Juke Box
. in Chap:! Hill
above the Porthole
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Sat 10 am-2 pm. Modeling certificates awarded
after 12 sessions. Register at Studio B of the
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EARN S5HOUR IN EPA breathing experiment on
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information please call 966-1253, Monday-Friday, 8
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must be male, age 18-35, with a current or previous
history of asthma. If interested please call 966
1253, Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm.
PAID MALE VOLUNTEERS WITH high blood pres
sure needed for NCMH Research Project, 962-0203,
9am to 4:30pm.
WANTED: FOLKS WHO WANT spirited fun to
coach RAINBOW SOCCER teams this fall. RAIN
BOW, the most prestigious recreational soccer in
the country, to a wonderful way to make new friends
& become Integrated into the Chapel Hill commu
nity. Excellent practical teaching & coaching experi
ence. Practices start Monday, September 13 &
Tuesday, September 14. There will be a coaching
clinic on Sunday, September 12, 3:00-5:00 on Fet
zer Field. Interested coaches should call Winkle La
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HEALTHY MALES, 18-30, needed for two lab visits
to study alcohol elimination. Study involves, drink
ing alcohol, followed by repeat breathahzation.
Send name, address, and telephone number to: Isa
Cheren, 1124 FLOS 231H, Dept. of Pharmacology,
UNC, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. Payment for comple
tion of study is $15.00.
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; Since the- bill was actually under.
Reagan's overall request, House
Republican Leader - Robert H. Michel,
R-Ill., said the president lost support
because lawmakers did not believe it was
"The president's position is not very
defensible when every member gets up
and says we're a billion and a half
(dollars) under the budget," Michel said.
He added the House was telling
Reagan: "We've got a little bit different
priorities, Mr. President." '-
But GOP Whip Trent Lptt of Mississip
pi said the vote didn't mean Reagan has
lost his ability to sustain vetoes in the
future. "On other appropriations bills, if
they're over the budget, we'll have more
than enough votes to sustain the veto."
Rather than shying away from other
vetoes, "I think he ought to bow up."
But Majority Leader Jim Wright,
D-Texas, said that after the setback "he
(Reagan) may not be so prone to veto
Rep. Silvio O. Conte, R-Mass., the top
GOP member of the House Appropria
tions Committee, supported the override,
and laid the blame for the situation at the
doorstep of budget director David A.
"He (Stockman) certainly stubbed his
toe on this one. . . . I'd say it was as bad as
tm interview in the Atlantic Monthly. I
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think he told the president, 'You're riding
high. You're going to win this one, "
Conte said.. r c v
Earlier, Reagan had fought to make
the veto stick by offering a last-minute
concession to keep alive a . politically
popular program providing jobs for
. 54,000 senior citizens.
"The president called me earlier . .and
reaffirmed his support for that program,"
Michel declared as he appealed for votes
to sustain the veto. He said the funds
could be provided in a later bill.
The GOP leader terms the vote not
merely a test of the president's decision,
but a test of "sustaining the momentum of
that monumental task we set out to ac
complish 20 months ago" bringing
federal spending under control.
, Michel made his disclosure about the
telephone call after his office released a
letter from Budget Director David
Stockman stressing that the veto would
have "absolutely no effect" on the pro
gram. And Conte, a leader in the fight to
override the veto, conceded the move
would boost the president's chances
significantly when the roll was called.
Even so, Conte read a letter from
White House aide Kenneth Duberstein,
written in July, that opposed future
public service jobs for the elderly.
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FOR SALE SCHWINN VARSITY bike suitable for
men or women between six feet and five-six. 10
speeds, good condition. $95. Call Marcus at 929
4315 after 6:00.
FC3 SALE: TUX? (2) Olivia Newton-Joha tick
ets for Saturday aJsht coacert, Sept. 11 at
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1972 OPEL. GOOD CONDITION. Two new tires,
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FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
for Foxcroft Apartment Call 929-6405. Keep trying.
TWO LIBERAL (NOT GAY) graduate males have
bedroom to rent in beautiful secluded 3 bedroom, 2
bath house to either male or female. A super house.
Five miles to campus. Pets ok. $180month plus li .
utilities. 967-1151 anytime.
FOR RENT TWO BED room AC furnished mo
bile home. $150 per month, $85 deposit No pets.
Phone 929-2854 5:00-9:00 p.m. v
FREE RENT IN EXCHANGE for babysitting - effi
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within walking distance of campus. Available in. ex
change for approximately 20 hours babysitting per
week. Perfect situation for a non-smoking student .
who likes Idds. Call 942-6670 after 6 pm.
SAVE MONEY ON YOU3 health insurance.
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WANTED: FOUR NON-STUDENT tickets to the
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IF YOU LOVE UFE interview wHh as to be
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The Associated Press .
r WASHINGTON Despite a
new burst of support from Presi
dent Ronald Reagan, Senate con
servatives fell 19 votes short on
Thursday, in their first attempt to
quell a filibuster against anti
But the battle was far from over,
and further moves to stem the
liberal talkathon were scheduled
for early next week. '
In Thursday's test, 47 members
voted against cloture, the parlia
mentary term for limiting debate to
100 hours, with only 41 favoring it
Under Senate rules, 60 votes are
needed to curb a filibuster.
Both sides had predicted that in
itial outcome, in part because
several senators have yet to return
from a' congressional Labor Day
Liberals have lined up against
the anti-abortion package, spon
sored by Sen. Jesse Helms,
R-N.C, saying it is a direct attack
on the Supreme Court's ability to
interpret the Constitution.
One provision of the bill is a
congressional finding that the
Supreme Court was mistaken in ,
1973 when it legalized most abor
tions. "This amendment is an attempt
to reverse the Supreme Court by
statute rather than constitutional
amendment," said Sen. Bob
Packwood, R-Ore., leader of the
The Helms proposal would also
permanently ban direct or indirect
federal payments for abortions.
Israel rejected the all-Arab plan
for a Middle East settlement
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WANTED: ONE MARYLAND GUEST pass. Will
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ask for Paul, or come by 212 Man gum Dormitory.
NEEDED DESPERATELY: TWO GUEST passes
for Vanderbih game. Please call 968-1570 after 3
BE A STASl COKE to interview Friday
Sept. 10 at CaraRichael Field (Soatfc Eoad
and Canaickael Aadltorhua). AaytisM
froai 12 aooa to 4 p -au Iff are lookiag for
a3 shape, sizes, sausrts, etc. . .who Uka
to have faa aad earn aaoaey. It's a nation
al TV coataMrclal showing Chapel ICI1
people erjoyiaj the outdoors.
TAU EPSZLON PIQ PZESENTS, . .Th
Golden A of Bock. Featariag The
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CAROLINE ELIZABETH WATSON - COME by
the DTH office for your driver's license. Ask for Lin
da. OH, LORDI PENNY IS 18 Sunday!!! Have a great
one (watch the Karate)! Love, Melissa, Wanda,
Karen, Diana, Barbara, Ree, Leslie, and Mary.
RHAers: THANKS FOR THE weekend, and yes,
everything came out fine. I never knew Quarters was
such fun. Let's hear it for porpoises. Steve.
FREE BEER! LIVE ROCK and RoO. Happy Hour at
Pegasus 3-7 pm. Free Draft until 6. Music by The
Pegs. : '""
LYNNE. HAVE A HAPPY 18th this Sunday! Youll
finally be legal, oh no!!! Your pals, Sandy, Cindy,
JuBe, Ann and Donna.
YO RHA BEACH BUMS! Remember the
Chicken fights, Steve's long lost quarter. Jug
heads butt, and Scott's Herpes?!? Was lots of
fun!! Thanks Jody, Sherry, Mickey, and Jim for
everything and sorry David, Steve, Mark, and
Henry for the early morning showerS How "bout
a spring retreat? Sounds like fun to m el
Vickie. TODAY IS BITSYS 19th birthday, tf you see her
give her a hug. (You might also know her as Marsha
BrayO Don't get too Borneo!
CLAIM CHECK 31, IT SOUNDS Eke fun. Lefs
talk about it 967-5053.
CHRIS. HAVE A SUPER 20m thus Sundm We've
had a lot of great times together from Rock Lob
ster to slippery shoes. Hope we have more. Love,
K.B.-GOCD LUCK Saturday with MCAT! Garfield
and I wiO be thinking about you! Con.
JIMP. SORRY SWEETIE, but somebody has to
do something about your non-existent love life! May
be you were right You don't even deserve a Fresh
man. Did you say you were a State transfer? AI.
PI KAFPA FS3 fUESENTS Clockwork Fri
day Sept. 19 9 psa-1 ant, 216 Fuiley Golf
STEPHEN AT LEAST YOU have me, and IT1 al
ways love you. Don't forget that. And you ARE the
BEST. Love ya. Your strawberry blonde.
SARAH: BEST OF LUCK fa your new fob and espe
cially tomorrow. The Golden Corral Stanley, and
Lamy will remember us always. Love, Miss Vander
blH. . .
, Thursday and sent its warplanes
against Syrian anti-aircraft missiles
in Lebanon for the second straight
day, reporting four more batteries
Lebanese radio, said Israeli jets
' also struck Syrian armor positions
in Lebanon, heightening the threat
of a showdown between the tens of
thousands of Israeli and Syrian
troops remaining in that war
Sources at the Arab summit con
ference in Fez, Morocco, said the
Arab leaders approved Syrian
President Hafez Assad's request to
cancel the 6-year-old Arab League
' mandate for his Syrian "peace
keeping force" in Lebanon, en
abling him to withdraw the troops.
But Israel questioned Assad's sin
cerity. "I think this Syrian readiness to
leave Lebanon is lip service and
there is no reality in it," Chief of
Staff Lt. Gen. Raphael Pytan told
Israeli army radio.
BERN, Switzerland Vowing
never to yield to blackmail, the
Swiss government unleashed anti
terrorist police on the Polish Em
bassy Thursday, rescued five
hostages and arrested four gunmen
in a bloodless coup that lasted only
About 20 policemen wearing gas
masks and bullet-proof vests
stormed the two-story building
blowing in the front door with a remote-controlled
stun bomb which .
they hid in a food container to fool
the gunmen, who seized the em
bassy and 13 hostages Monday.
MONNOV 16: WELL, TODAY (tonight) makes ex
actly one year that you've held that title. Remember
L's birthday party ("Cmon, drink upH. and leg
cramps, as weB as Caria Hardison, "Sunshiliiine,"
and so much more. Those two months were very
special to me, and although I've found someone eke
now, there will always be a Cherished place inside
me reserved just for You: I hope You can say the
same. Do me a favor, please? Sometime today, pull
out the Twinkle Song, and set aside five minutes In
rememberance of how it used to be. I know I wSL
Please, lefs always be friends MED, still...
TO THE FOOTBALL PLAYER IN NCNB Friday
around 1 pm: (blue shorts). I never do tilings like
this but who are you? From young lady behind you
in green and tan. Respond DTH. Cheap!
BLUE SHORTS, LEATHER SANDALS: you were
in NCN3 93 around 1pm. 1 wa tn line behind you.
Can we meet by the Bower ladies? In line In lots of
MATT, MY FAVORITE FOOTBALL trainer. Sure
loved that night at Purdys. Lefs make Saturday our
night to remember! CaO me, if you still have my
SPACE TRACE. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! The best part
of being 21 is legal White Russians at DarryTs. . .
we're there! Here's to men and food, diets, brazen
women. Looking Glass salads etc. etc. Love, witch
WILL BUSY GO BORNEO? Will Muffy go
mental? Stay tuned and wish Marsha Bray a
Happy Birthday! Best wishes for a wild week
end, Marsha, and maybe someday well get this
diet on the road! Luvya. Jennifer.
YO PDCs: GOOD LUCK with Cask. We're be
hind ya all the way! Wa love ya The Little
ELUE J. DONT GET slack now.. Get organized and
give the Tar Heel Day counselors a bash! Well be
waiting to hear from you.
TO THE BROTHERS OF Phi Delta CM: Thank
you so much for the special surprise. It means
more to me than youll ever know. Yall are
TERRIFIC! Love, your Sweetheart.
OLD WEST. MANLY-SKIP the rest, Kenan Kenan
think you're best! Are you missing red, silky briefs?
We've got them! Thanks guys! Love and kisses.
Third Floor Kenan.
KATHY T., YOU WOULD end your 18th with
tonight's cocktail party! Have kin! Three's nor
crowded when one of them's youll To your 19th,
Booze It upK? Susan and Becky.
SHARON S. SO YOUR birthday to the 12th. BJ3,
fat hairy deal! I'm sure the party will be a blast.
With lots of "Garfield" love, Kim and the Kitten.
ELIZABETH WITH MY T-shirt: sorry that I hurt
you. Not much to offer but I'm always around tf
you need me. Just look T.
KARI, YOU'RE A GREAT friend who deserves a
great birthday. Lefs make your 21st one to be re
membered. Thanx for always being there. Love Lisa.
URSULA OF THE PIANO: Wednesday night was
more kin than I've had in ages. You're a pretty neat
person for one of them. We must do It again. But
this time we!) wait until they throw us out of Sad-
lack's . . . and maybe Burger King, too! Let me know
how your curriculum in German works out, and Hi
keep you posted on Muffy and Corky. Jeff.