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2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, February 3,
tudents involved in commissions
Dy J. DONASIA
For most students, knowledge of state government never extends
beyond a class or two in political science. But for three UNC under
graduates, participating in state government is a firsthand reality.
Julie Chiu, James Slaughter and Tony Lathrop serve as full voting
members on commissions to Gov. Jim Hunt.
Chiu, a 20-year-old political science major, has served on the N.C.
Competency Testing Commission since October. She was one of the first
students to work with the 13 educators and school superintendents who
administer the state high school Competency Testing Program.
Dr. Jim Hemby, chairman of the commission, said student input was
an asset. .
"These particular students have been making significant contributions
in the short time since they've been with us," Hemby said. "They repre
sent an age group a lot closer to the test than any of the other commission
Chiu said being involved with the commission had been a valuable ex
perience. "I've learned by talking with these others what education is meant to
Duke Power Co. seeks rate increase
By CONNIE FOUST
Duke Power Company filed for an annual $1 13 million rate hike Tues
day that would increase the average customer's monthly bill by $4.61.
The 7.6 percent rate increase was requested to cover the costs of con
struction at the McGuire nuclear station, losses incurred by the cancella
tion of two nuclear power stations, higher fuel costs and rising operating
and maintenance costs.
The impact of this increase on Duke Power's 19,000 Chapel Hill
customers cannot be determined until the proposal has been approved or
rejected by the North Carolina Utilities Commission, John Kincaid,
district manager of Duke Power in Chapel Hill, said.
"We reviewed expenses for September 1981 to September 1982, and
based on those expenditures a 7.6 increase was needed," Kincaid said.
"We won't have a decision or know the impact on the customers until
late September or early October," he said.
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CARVS SWEAT SHOP at PURDVS. Grand Openfe 3
pm, Monday, Valentine's Day. 1983 Tin daw a-eeB
Clw : Mom.. Tuas., Thunk. times: 3-4, 4-5, Sd5-6:15
WHY DID JESUS HAVE to on the Croee? What did It
have to do with you? SPECIAL BIBLE STUDIES, American '
Legion KaS, Legion Road. February 14th through 20th, 7:30
WHY PAY BIG BUCKS lor records, whea you can rent
them? RICHARD'S RENT-A-RECQRD. Has current
rock, Jan, new-wave, disco, country, and more. Also
oldies. Single $2 per day. doubles S3.75 plus refcav
dabie deposit. (Rate lower lor rental dub members.)
Above Jordan's oa E. Rosemary St 967-32S3, 11-7,
THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE Employes' Association
College Scholarship Fund Is now accepting applications lor
Fal 1983 awards. Assodaooa members stay contact EOen
Diggs at 966-4360 for application farms. April 1 is the
SUBMIT! SPRING CELLAR DOOR accepting prose,
poetry, art. Deadline Friday, February 4. Bring submis
sions: 10SA Union Annex or tend: Boa 23 Carolina
Union. Wo, 967-1931.
THE ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS Students w3 hold a
career semmar on Careers In Banking teetering Gene
Taylor. VVe-PrsskJent for NCN3 oa Tuesday, 28, at &30
pm In T-5 New CarroO.
SCAU NEEDS AN EDITOR far the Spring 83 edidoa
o The Southern Part oi Heaven? and people to work oa
Its Apartment Locator and Rcipaimsee Referral Ser
vice. CaA 962-8313 or corns by Suite B.
THE ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS Students wfli hold a
career seminar on "Careers la Ketafl Merchandising featur
ing Sherry Woolen, a buyer with lveys on Tnuraday. Feb. 3
at 3:30 p.m. In T-5 New CarroO.
DEFENSE VS SATAN. . .wfll be the topic far the IVCF
Mid-Campus Chapter Meeting tonight at 7 pas In the
Union. Check desk for room number.
NO ONE ELSE DARES. But we've baea doing It far 3 years
and still going strong. Chapel KUTs favorite pre-woekend
cekbratkml If s ''Bottomless Cups" tonight at Purdyt featur
ing four hours of FREE ETXRI
FOUND: A PAIR OF ski gloves In Carnuchaet during
Virginia ticket distrttj. from the green ticket section. Call
Mike at 933-7284.
LOST WOMANS QUARTZ TIMEX watch leather band
Inscription. Thanks Trudy on back and five keys on purple
rope chain If bund pkasc call 933-5733. Thanks.
do, especially here in North Carolina," Chiu said.
Lathrop, 21, and Slaughter, 18, both hope to attend law school, and
both are the first youths to work on the Governor's Crime Commission.
The 35-member panel serves as the chief advisory board to the governor
on the criminal justice system.
"Youth appointments were created to give people our age a voice,"
Lathrop said. "I think it's good because I'm interested in law, and I'm
getting hands-on exposure to the criminal justice system in this state."
Slaughter was also enthusiastic about the youth appointments.
"Our state is always a leader in youth programs, and I believe this pro
gram is one of the first of its kind in the country," he said.
Pam Kohl, director of the state Youth Involvement Office in Raleigh,
said the program was developed in 1978 by the Youth Legislative
Assembly, a mock high school legislative session which drew up the bill.
"Young people were involved every step of the. way, from writing up
the bill to lobbying and speaking out in support of it," Kohl said.
In its original form, House Bill 1350 proposed youth appointments to .
20 commissions. That number was later trimmed to four, and the bill was
approved by Hunt to include youth appointments to the Parks and
Recreation Council, the Juvenile Law Study Commission, the Governor's
Crime Commission and the Competency Testing Commission.
This year's proposed increase is small compared to the company's last
two requests for rate increases. In its last request, Duke Power asked for a
14 percent increase but was only granted 4.38 percent by the commission.
The company recognized the state's poor economic climate, and pur
posely held down the amount of the proposed rate, William H, Grigg,
Duke's executive vice president for finance and administration, said.
Kincaid said that although the rate increase is justified, he doubts if the
commission will grant all of the request.
"Over the last several years not all that has been requested has been
granted," Kincaid said. "It's hard to tell what will happen."
Robert Fischbach, executive director of the public staff of the N.C.
Utilities Commission, said that the staff was encouraged that Duke Power
requested only half of what the company sought in its last two cases.
He said that the utilities commission's public staff would examine the
proposal and make a decision sometime in September.
If the rate increase is approved, the average residential bills would rise
from $59.43 to $64.06.
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Next to Campus
105 No. Columbia
FOUND-PAIS OF BLACK
FOUND: BROWN MITTENS ON wall outside Greenlaw
Tuesday. Call 929-3978 and Identify.
LOST LADIES 14X SIGNET ring la tMsawcfty Mafl
Moetday aigkt. batiala MFG. Vary ansca) ataat at back.
Baward. MarOya 933-270S e 929-1262.
FOUND WATCH AND RING on sidewalk on Cameron,
week ago Wednesday. Lett sMe of street a facing campus.
Describe and It Is yours. Ask far Herb or Bruce 967-7151.
WCHL RADIO PART-TIME air talent needed weekend & fill
in experience preferred but not absolutely necessary. Ah
check & resume to Pttfl Hawkins, Program Director WCHL,
P.O. Boa 2127. Chapel HIS. N.C 27514 or call 942-8765
ENTRY LEVEL POSITION WITH rapkfly growing
del real estate trm. Resident manager far a 160 tout adult
apartment complex m Chapel Hill area. Must be depen
dable, hard-working, and aggressive. Some bookkeeping
and typing skills. Individual must be fast learner and aHUing
to Bve on property. No children, no pets, f 500 month
apartment. Send resume with cover letter or request for ap
pecatkm to: Manager, P.O. Bos 87, Carrboro, N.C 27510. ;
EARN $5000. THIS SUMMER with CoUege Students Paint
ing Co. We are now hiring District Managers far your city.
This is a fuB time summer Job. No cap. aecc. interviewing on
campus soon. Contact your plisinmt office far application
' and to schedule appointment.
TEACHER NEEDED FOR THURSDAY afternoon Jewish
Religious School Hebrew dans. Cat Amy at 3S3-89S7 or
of North Carolina. Room, meats, laundry, salary and
travel allowance. Experience not necessary, but must enjoy
living and working with children. Only dean-cut son smok
ing college students need apply. For aopacaftoabtochure
write: Jack Levinc, Camp Pioewood, 16430 N.E. 29 Avenue,
North Miami Beach, Florida 33162.
WANTED: VOLUNTEERS FOR A 12 week acne study.
Must have moderately severs facial acne. Fee offered M. $50.
6 visits to ilanaarioiogy clinic required. Sponsored by the
Dept. of Dermatology. UNC School of Medicine. For tnfor
maooa caB Carol Meyer. Monday, Wednesday. Friday 1
paa-5 pm. 966-3321.
EXCELLENT SUMMER CXHJNSELING OPPORTUNITIES
far men and women who arc interested la serving boy and
gtria ages 7-16, guiding them bi their physical, mental and
paituai development. Only those person who will dedicate
their wholehearted efforts to help each todhtdua! child
develop his or her potential should apply. One must have
ability to teach in on or more of our snectaltwd activities.
CoiWoe students, teachers, esd coaches should apply-CAMP
THUNDERBIRD. located 17 miles southeast of Charlotte,
N.C, Is aa ACA accredited camp member, speck 'Izing in
water sports (sailing, water skiing, swimming a-id c weina),
yet eat added emphast la placed on the land sports general
athletics, tennis, golf, archery, r&ery and backpacking).
Horseback riding, whits-water canoeing and tripping are ex
tras in our exceiknt program. For further InformaiJois write
or caB G. William Climer, Jr., Director. Camp TtuMderbird,
Route 7, Box 50. Clover. S.C, 29710 (803431-2121).
OVERSEAS JOBS SUMMER YEAR round. Europe. S.
Amcr., Australia, Asia. AO Fields. $500-11200 monthly.
Sightseeing. Free info. Write UC Bos 52-NC-I Corona Del
Mar. CA 92625.
CAROLINA OUTDOOR SPORTS IS seeking a part-time
employee. Interests and experience must indude harkpack
ing. paddling, and ikHr cross-country and downhill Apply
at the shoo-133 'i E. Franklin Street upstairs.
TWO PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS NEED part-time sitter
for 6 month old daughter. Rid bike or bus to our house bi
Carrboro. Call 967-65S6 for details.
FraaPiThs Straw. Bad caa hue owed with Veronica
yoat fee tJsaaaT Cafl Dicgy Bonier
For the record
Because of a proofreading error, The Daily
Tar Heel mcprrectly reported black student en-.
"rollirt irt the'- ONC syrteni-wil.SW'ffor
1983. The figure was for the 1982 school year.
The DTH regrets the error.
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One of the largest 2 bedroom apartments in the area
Now Accepting Applications for May 1st Rentals
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DEPENDABLE CARING PERSON NEEDED to care for a
10 year old girl 3 or 4 afternoons a week. Additional respon
sibles negotiable. Hours 3-6 pro. Must have own car. Non
smoker only. References required. Call 383-7872 evenings.
EARN AT LEAST $5HOUR, get a free physical and hdp
the environment The EPA needs healthy non-srnoking
males AND females, 18-35, for breathing studies on the
UNC campus. For more information call 966-1253, 8-5,
THE NEW YORK TIMES wants to lure a student manager
to handle student subscriptions. Excellent money, good ex
perience, interviewing immediately. Contact Rick Dex
hehner collect at 813-687-7S34. When calling leave name,
number and school.
COUNSELORS, OVER 18 WHO like to have fun and make
fan at unique overnight boys' summer camp in Penna. Able
to Instruct either one of following: watersafety, waterskHng,
boating, soccer, basketball, arts and crafts, rodudimbing,
rtflery, ham radio, rocketry, dence, archery, track, tennis,
goH, photography, pioneering, or general athletics. Write
Camp Director, 138 Red Rambler Drive, Lafayette Hill, Pa.
FINE MKT. JEWELRY: February Is the time for love. Give
thai special someone a gift of gold. Take advantage of our
February Inventory Clearance Sale on aB chains and charms
m stock. Below wholesale prices! Cafl for a private showing.
933-5357 Tilsit Enterprises.
MALE DORM CONTRACT FOR sale. 323 ETiaus. Call
968-9086 ask for BUI. Price $300.00 or best offer.
STILL NEED TO SELL Connor contract Great chance for
lottery and North Campus location. Buy now for 25 dis
count. Call Kathy 7-3008. Keep trying!
AYCOCK DORM CONTRACT for sale! MUST SELL! DIS
COUNT! Time far fail lottery. North Campus Convenience!
Contact Regina at 968-0259 Mon.-Thur. afer 5:00.
FOR SALE. NEIL YOUNG tickets. Two reserved 13th row.
Best offer. Call 933-7271 after 2 pm or 942-8213.
TWO NEIL YOUNG TICKETS: general admission last
minute plans must sell, will take all offers until 6:00
pm Saturday night: yours for the best price 967-7607.
NEIL YOUNG TICKETS. 2 or 4 reserved seats, row 12, mid
dle. Tve no phone. Leave name and phone no. on my poster
In Student Union.
FOR SALE S-4 parking sucker good through Spring
Semester. Price negotiable. CaB Kathy Wagner 9674749.
PROFESSIONAL TYPING AND WORD processing. Re
ports, dissertations, resumes. Multiple personalized letters,
envelopes, labels. Complete editing. Finishing touches to job
resumes. Sterling Business Services, 106 North Graham,
933-1111. Now you can ship package via UPS from Chapel ,
Hill. AO parcels insured, shipped same day received. Pack
ing materials and assistance available. Ask about UPS
delivery here. STERLING, 106 North Graham, 933-1111.
THIRD FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share two
bedroom Estes Park Apartment WiS have private room.
100.00month including utilities. 929-6440.
NONSMOKING RESPONSIBLE PERSON NEEDED to
share 2 -bedroom, 2 -bath apartment only 10 min. walk from
campus. $147 month plus Vi utilities. Available knmed.
Call 967-0455. evenings best
ROOMMATE WANTED FOR HOUSE 4 miles from cam
pus. $137.50month plus utilities (deposit required). On F
bus route. Call Steve 967-4911 evenings.
NON-SMOKING MALE ROOMMATE wanted for mobile
home Vt miles from campus private bedroom and bath full
kitchen and laundry facility preienrably through summer ses
sion 929-6583 evenings.
Seniors in the College of Arts and
Sciences planning to graduate in May
should turn in a degree application card
by Friday, Feb. 4 to the Arts and
Sciences office in Steele Building.
Arts and Sciences seniors also must
fill out a short data sheet when apply
ing for graduation. -
Seniors in other UNC schools should
contact their respective deans to find
out when their degree application cards
Trials need witnesses
The UNC School of Law is sponsoring the
1983 National Mock Trial Regional Competi
tions Feb. 14-16. A total of seven law schools
will compete in the competitions, and the win
ning team will go to Houston, Texas, in March
for the national competitions.
As the sponsoring school, UNC needs four
witnesses and a bailiff for each of the 17 mock
trials. Volunteers are needed for these roles as
soon as possible. Any students interested in
participating should call Bill Mills between 9
ajn. and 5 p.m. at 688-8058.
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with Painter's statement that the students were being
"slighted" on the fee increase referendum.
. But they were slighted because they were uneducated
about the actions of the CGC, not because they were
not given every option on every referendum issue, she
"Education is a responsibility that we've been slack
on," Cargal said. "It doesn't reflect badly on the
students, it reflects badly on us and on the media on
And Vandenbergh said that the CGC had "a really
strong commitment to educate people, and not to carry
out our own petty ideologies."
CGC Speaker Bobby Vogler (District 14), who
; stepped down from his position during the meeting to
participate in debate, questioned the council as to their
reluctance to pass the referendum bill.
"Last semester during budgeting I heard a lot of peo
ple tell (student groups seeking funding), If we' only
had more money ..., Vogler said.
. . "If you saw the JPaily Tat Heel) this morning or
;!&$k little there was of it you know these groups
need more funding. Why am I hearing now, 'If we only
had less money ...'?'
tt EB 3 LB tt 0
Two full baths
1155 square feet
Large patio or balcony
Allow up to 4 occupants
(open year around)
Health Club facilities
Universal weight gym
Lighted tennis courts
Lighted basketball courts
HOUSEMATE WANTED. 2.5 miles from campus. Washer
dryer, AC Nice neighborhood, wooded yard. $112.50 plus
tt utilities. 967-9990. Abo, we have a part-time dog.
WANTED GOOD HOME FOR my two year old white poo
dle. Call 929-6172 after 5:00 p.m.
WANTED: A HOUSE IN or asar to tba Chape! '
1110 Carrboro area. Prefer the $304 pea- aaocrth
ranga. At least 2 bedraoaaa. Call Claire at
29-2514 daring baaiaieaa boag.
CASH PAID FOR ALBUMS. 45 s, cassettes. THE ALBUM
ANNEX 108 Henderson Street, upstairs over the bar. Buy
WOULD LIKE TO RENT small refrigerator for this semes
ter. 933-5942 ask for Cathy.
OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-Sportswear, Infant-Preteen or
Ladies Apparel Store. Offering all nationally known brands
such as Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi, Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein.
Wrangler over 200 other brands. $7,900 to $16,900 includes
beginning inventory, airfare for one to Fashion Center, train
ing, fixtures, grand opening promotions. Call Mr. Keenan
ROOM AND MEAL ACCOMMODATIONS at Granville
Towers available immediately. AO rates pro rated by the day
until the end of the Spring Semester. Contact Granville
South Business Office. 929-7143.
LIVE IN LUXURY FROM May-Sept: Sublet an apartment at
The Villages with pools, exercise and game rooms. One
bedroom loft nicely furnished. CaB Eva, 967-0720.
FREE FEB. RENT: Royal Park, 2 -bedroom apt $310 mo.
933-8736. Keep trying.
RIDE NEEDED TO CHARLOTTE this weekend. Share gas.
RIDE NEEDED TO BOONE, NC this waehewd
(Feb. 4)1 More taaa wilUag to kelp wfth expenses
mm drivlatg. CaB 933-2786 or 933-461 laal
leave a aseaeage for Sharrll
CARPOOL. SANFORD TO UNC. 8-5 Monday thru Friday.
Call Mary 962-1204.
DESPERATE FOR RIDE TO Boone area (Boone, Hickory.
Sugar Mt) Please call Venessa at 933-1451. Will pay all ex
penses. Need to leave Friday, Feb. 4. -
THE ANNUAL DTH BANQUET la Febrmary 18 at
the Coenttry Scjsdre Steakkoase. AS etaSers,
editors, em staffers aV saaacota are aacoraged
to attend. Details la the otBce, Pay eat la dee
J-WOTU by Feb. IS. PSs There's a party after the
haaejaat mmd a beach road trip Satavday & Soa
CATHY B.'S BOYFRIEND-ONLY If you know a lot about
Knoxvilie. I only wanted information, not relation. Randy.
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON Recovery from the
long recession will probably be slow at first,
with unemployment remaining high. Presi
dent Reagan's chief economic adviser told
Congress on Wednesday. But he added that
his was "a cautious and prudent estimate"
from "a very cautious guy."
And the adviser, Martin Feldstein, said
President Reagan may eventually be proven
correct in the hope he expressed Tuesday
that a strong recovery already is under way.
The official administration forecast is that
the economy will grow 3.1 percent from the
fourth quarter of 1982 to the fourth quarter
of this year after the effects of inflation are
discounted from the figures.
Many private analysts say the economy
did begin expanding in January, ending the
recession that began in July 1981.
Food shipments to some Eastern cities
were curtailed Wednesday by a truckers'
strike that has erupted into warfare on; the
highways with more than 300 trucks dam
aged, one driver slain and 27 people injured.
' Mike Parkhurst, head of the association
which claims to represent 30,000 of the na
tion's 100,000 independent truckers who
own and operate their own rigs, called the
strike Monday to protest scheduled increases
in fuel taxes in April and highway use fees in
While the independents represent about a
fifth of the nation's truckers, they haul
about 90 percent of the produce. '
RALEIGH A U.S, District Court jury
Wednesday convicted Columbus County
Judge J. Wilton Hunt Sr. of racketeering
and interstate gambling. '''
Hunt was among 21 people arrested in Ju
ly on federal charges stemming from the
federal investigation into corruption in
Columbus County, named Colcor.
"I don't believe you can print what I
think about the FBI," Hunt told reporters
after the trial.
Hunt was convicted of taking $7,000 in
bribes from undercover agents to fix traffic
tickets and reduce bonds. He was also con
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the DTH Carolina Union 065 A,
KNOW SOMEONE WHO HAS contributed unselfishly
to the university? Then nominate that student for the
Order of the Old WeB, a campus honorary. Forms at
Union desk. Due Friday. ;
UNC SUNBATHERSr SPRING BREAK FLORIDA trip to
FT. LAUDERDALE OR KEY WEST: 8 beach days, 7 nights
lodging in fine hotels "on the strip", plus nightly parties from
$125. Call 800-368-2006 TOLL FREE! Aakjor Annette. Go
with friends nt organize a small group and sunbathe for
freei ','1'::'.' v.':':-1. .
ALPHA CHI SIGMA (Professional Chemistry Fraternity) will
ho'4 rush :on Feb.' 3, and 7. Open to all chemistry and
allied majors. For more Info, come by 18-4 Venable.
ATTENTION CWNESE AND SEAFOOD lovers! Door to
door free delivery of our famous S.ino-Calabash style seafood
and stir-fried authentic Chinese food, from Human and
Szechuan. Plesse Coil bi for your orders (minimum of 2).
Abo inoiire abmrt our d !!y dinner special. Daily Luncheon
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S-YOU WRITE ALMOST as weB as AJM. (the almost is for
respect) I want to know. you better. Subtlety isn't simple far
me. -H. -.vV ;'.
HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY CAROLYN ffodgepedk.
yaw doa't tklak It'a ' from sis, do yea
LOST YOUR BEAUTIFUL SELF? Find tt on Valentine's Day
at Cary's Sweat Shop at Purdy's. Classes: Mon., Tues.,
Thurs. Times: 3-4, 4-5. 5:15-6:15. First Class FREEH
EXQUISITE BERMUDA! Some space left Cruises, bands,
boogying. Umbo, beer, super tanning. Round trip from RDU.
March 5-12, apartment accommodations. Deposti $30,
$459. Nationwide student group. Hurry! Contact Poppy,
LAST CHANCE TO SIGN up for Bahamas Spring
Break Trip. 8 days7 nights lodging at the Atlantis
Hotel, round-trip airfare from Raleigh-Durham to
Nassau via Eastern Airlines, Airport transfers, plus ex
tras. Only $417.00. Deposit of $100.00 must be paid by
2 p.m. Thursday. For booking contact Sara Kendall or
Denie Enderle. 933-6119.
PARTY AT DELTA TAU DELTA! The HAIRY BUFFALO
ran wild last week, this time if s one step better. Meet the
REAL DELTS. Saturday 9:00 DTD House on Ptckard Lane.
FRANKLIN STREET FROUC SPONSORED by Has
Savior Class $19.00 for a loos sleeve T-Sbirt and
free beers and food. Oa sale 10-3 fas the PH and 3-5
h Suite A Be There!
STEVEN: THANKS FOR MAKING me the happiest girl on
campus! Without you life nvould be totally un-bearable I Love
You! Kenan's (plus one) mother.
CATHERINE N.S FRIENDS. IT Is distressing to be
misunderstood. I do apologize far my caddish behavior. Her
dark eyes really got me? Schoolboy in Disgrace.
THE VARSITY CHEERLEADERS WISH to thank Tyn.
dalTs Formal Wear for their continued support of UNC.
Visit Mark at University Square for all your formal occa
HAPPY BIRTHDAY. MARK!
Your Amateur Baby
PLANT A TREE IN ISRAEL! If you'd like to help die
ecology of Ureal, who not plant a tree? You can plant tt
with friends or a group or alone.- Plant It in Honor of
someone or in memory of someone. For Just $5.00 you
can give of yourself to others and to the land IsraeL
Hillel will be selling trees for the Jewish National Fund
on Wednesday. February 2 and Thursday February 3,
from 10-2:00 at the Union.
SKI NEARBY OR REFRESH your spirits by the firetide. No
kiteruptions except those you want at MOUNTAIN BROOK
COTTAGES, the Getaway Place. $45 nitely for 2. $55 nitely
far 4. 704-586-432, .
victed of conspiring to violate interstate
gambling laws by giving undercover agents
the phone number of a bookmaker in South
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WASHINGTON Reagan administra
tion officials are quietly exploring a program
of emergency food and shelter for victims of
the recession and an accelerated schedule of
federal construction projects to create jobs,
Republican sources said Wednesday.
At the same time, administration aides
signaled to Congress that the president
might be willing to alter the tax proposals in
his two-day-old budget and accept a defense
spending increase smaller than the $30
billion he proposed.
The GOP sources said White House Chief
of Staff James Baker and other administra
tion aides have met recently for prdiminary
discussions on a plan for an anti-recession
program of the type both parties are pushing
WASHINGTON A U.S. Marine cap
tain climbed aboard one of three Israeli
tanks, his pistol drawn and loaded, and
challenged an insistent Israeli commander to
come over his "dead body" to get past an
American checkpoint in Beirut on Wednes
day, officials said.
The Reagan administration immediately
called an Israeli representative on the carpet
over the "gravity" of the episode. Defense
Secretary Caspar Weinberger called the
Israeli behavior "threatening" and "both
unnecessary and basically damaging" to
prospects for peace in the area. "
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador At
least 1,200 government troops launched a
counterattack Wednesday to retake the
guerrilla-held city of Berlin and ran into
fierce resistance in outlying villages.
On another front, the defense ministry
claimed 220 guerrillas had been killed since
the government launched a counterinsur
gency drive 17 days ago in the guerrilla
stronghold of northeastern Morazan pro
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Fine selection of
Imported Beers, Fresh Popcorn and
the best Juke Box in Chapel Hill
above the Porthole
the DTH office or mailed to
Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
DRUG STUDY TO TREAT severe pre-menstrual breast
pam. Call 966-5289 if interested.
MEN! - WOMEN! JOBS ON SHIPS! American. Foreign.
No experience required. Excellent pay. Worldwide travel.
Summer Job or career. Send $3.00 far Information.
SEAFAX, Dept. E-9. Box 2049, Port Angeles. Washington
TO SOS 309 310 TEAGUE awytiaae feflaa love the
Stria ha 123 Parker.
ROSES "SEND ONE YOUR love on Valentine's Day."
BALSA wiO take orders for ROSES at the Law School or
Craige Dorm until Friday, February 4 at 4 pm. Roses arc $3
each. Special rates for dozen. BALSA will deliver on South
Campus. Others pick up at Law School.
HURRY. ITS NOT TOO late to sail the Bahamas Spring
Break. $359 includes everything. Call 942-2695 now for fur
. DO NT WAIT until It's TOO LATE! Some coupons In Cam
pus Phone Book are expiring soon. Rentals, Haircuts. Piz
zas, Sandwiches, Dry-cleaning, Video Games, Spas, and
BIRTH CHOICE-PREGNANT? Struggling with a lifetime
decision? Can we help? Call 942-3030.
REDSKINS FANS! GET PSYCHED! A football awto
grapaed by the Seperbowi Chaaape will be aacttow
ed off Thursday, April 14 bs the Great HaO at the
Caroueta Caaapwa Cheat Aatcttow, All proceeds go to
charity. Ba ready!
TO THE PRETTY GIRL whose eyes crossed mine while
waiting In the hospital lobby. We said bye but I would sure
like to meet you. Interested? The guy with the beard.
MY BOYFRIEND LEFT ME Friday night
And I let him go without a fight
The reason bein'
There's others to be seein'
Now that I can be everyone else's delight
So attention all you preppies, baggers.
and other cute boys too,
I, Miss Sapphire Olivia Johnsonn,
am available tor all of you. .
H I FEAR YOU are not who I thought you were. This Is too
weird I want to know you better. Please reveal your truest
Hey Piasky aad Ackart-Are yoa happy now thai your aaaats
are ta the paper?
do nt roscrr VAjxxrars DAY - ta
PASS THE DUTCHIE... NO wait! ... save ttf ... never
mlde - If s history ... or Is h? Happy 21st b-day Bob! Have
a good one! Love HWF from OB.
SAMUEL. PM ENCHANTED STOP to whale locker room
talk and miss beauty. . .cheers! Stop there fs no question
stop Saturday well be miserable stop there's gonna be trou
ble in dixie land doc . . . adieu to ylea augusta ga. Is Just do
place to be.
HE'S COMING. HE'S ANGRY, He's righteous. And he's
piping hot Vote for the candidate who refuses to bs played
with. Mr. Potatohead for RHA president. Then you too can
say, 1 like potato head!"
MAKE SENIORS SPECIAL! Elect Parry Morrlaoai aad
Aat Robbfaaa Sealoe Claea Preetdaaa mmd Vice)
Prealdsat Prove, elective, dedicated leadership
foe that da of 1984.
MALE WITH HOT BLOOD! Crossed wires, not high gas
bilk. Blanket and boyfriend services not requested, at least
not the way you think. Friendship is nice, but has proven
ver confusing. And, weather had nothing to do with the
discussion. Any suggestions?
COMPACT SLEEK SIXTY FEMALE: STD. Equipped 60
male wants test run Friday p.m. thru uptown area. Options
available. Perhaps domestic foe) before a drive-in? repondes
DTH. SU Vous plaM. BUG.
VOTE "YES" FOR DIVESTMENT on Feb. 8 Massachusetts,
Oregon, Wisconsin, Michigan St.. Maine,and Ohio univer
sities have. National council of Churches, Methodist
Church, union, and the state of Nebraska have. The does
of Hartford, Madison, Gary, Berkeley, Washington and New
York have partially of fully divested. Spread the fight again
racism and oppression to UNCI