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2The Daily Tar HeelMonday! March 14, 1983
Leftists making gains in French elections
The As&ldatcd Press
PARIS Leftists appeared to be winning municipal
elections in several key cities Sunday in a reversal of
some of the gains by the opposition conservatives in the
first round of voting last week.
Political analysts said the Socialists and Communists
appeared to have been successful in getting out the
voters in the big cities.
Projections by various news media indicated the left
was on its way to winning a majority of the popular vote
in the major cities, reversing last Sunday's trend.
The conservative neo-GauIlists and centrists, whose
candidates won the majority of the popular vote last
week, were falling short of the clear victory they had
They had hoped to send a warning to President Fran
cois Mitterrand's Socialistnmiunist coalition that its
policies have become unpopular. ;
The city races are seen as he only chance for he entire
electorate to pass judgment on. Mitterrand's policies bet-
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ween his election in 1931 "and the next parliamentary vote
in 1986. V
In two of the most closely watched battles, Socialist
Interior Minister Gaston Defferre won re-election to a
sixth term as mayor of Marseille, where he was seriously
But Paris Mayor Jacques Chirac's conservatives swept
all 20 Paris districts.
Francois Leotard, head of the centrist Republican
Party, acknowledged his "disappointment" at the
right's showing, adding, "The left is holding on, but not
Lionel Jospin, first secretary of the Socialist Party,
said the left's improved showing "must not lead us to ig
nore the warning given last Sunday."
Final turnout figures were not available early Sunday
evening, but late afternoon figures were more than 10
percent above the vote for the first round conducted last
To the government's embarrassment, seven of Mitter
rand's Cabinet ministers were defeated last week in races
for municipal posts, and 10 others were forced into
In the opening round, races were decided in more than
half of the communities, with the rest being decided Sun
day. The focus of interest has been on the cities with
populations greater than 30,000, where elections are
fought on national issues. Last week, the left kept 78 of
those cities and the right kept 60. But conservative can
didates gained 16 major cities from the left and forced
Sunday's runoffs in 66 others.
The right edged out the left in overall returns last Sun
day, gathering 46.95 percent of the vote compared with
36.67 percent for Socialist and Communist candidates.
Candidates not aligned with the two major factions
received the rest of the vote.
Under French law, no opinioa polls were allowed to
be published during the past two weeks leading up to the
- ' CompScd by Janet Oboa
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THIN MAN Mon., March 14
MURDER MY SWEET Wed., March 16
TOUCH OF EVIL Sun., March 20
CHINATOWN .;;' Tues., March 22
BLADE RUNNER Frl., March 25
7, 9:30, 12
All films In the Union Auditorium
Hear Phil Crane apeak at 4 p.m. at Duke. Meet the UNC
College Republicans at 3 p.m. at the Union parking lot.
GPSF Finance Committee will meet at 5:30 p.m. in the
A husband and wife research team from the University of
Michigan will deliver the School of Nursing's Kemble Lecture
at 2:30 p jn. in Carrington HaH.
Professor Frank Hampd will speak on "Robust Statistics"
at 3:30 p.m. today, Wednesday, and Friday in 324 Phillips
A Sports Club council meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday
in the Carolina Union. Bring slides of activities to be used in
the New Wdl Health Fair and Sports Mart
. "Women and Careers in the '80s . . . Option and Oppor
tunities," a panel discussion with prominent area women, will
he held at 7 r m Tuesday in Gerrard Hall.
The North Carolna Stadent Legislature will meet.it 7 p.m.
Tuesday in 226 Carolina Union. Bill reports are due apd impor
tant plans for session will be discussed.
Santeg dob numbers (new and old): Come to doe of our
meetings at 4:30 or 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Carolina Union. A
film will be shown.
The UNC CoDege RepebBeaa win meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Gary Freeze will speak on "The History of the Republican Par
ty in North Carolina.'
A GPSF Senate meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Carolina Union.
ITEMS Of INTEREST
To find out about 1983 overseas Miauner Job: where they
are and how to get them. Come to the resource library at the
Attention International Stndenti: "International Student
Day" will be held on March 23 in Raleigh. Sign up at the Inter
national Center before March 14. The cost is $30.
. A VIdzo Lunchbreak Presentation
The Order pi the Bell Tover
: Applications avaiiabie beginning March 1
at Union Desk
Turn applications in by March 17
at Union Desk
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Boor and Wins
- &tlectwredid& presentation,
by Dr. William Roll
Wednesday, March 16
Hamilton Hall 100
A Union Special Project Presentation
Wake up to a cup of coffee
and The Daily Tar Heel
From staff and wire reports
. WASHINGTON A battle over an
amendment favored by the nation's
banks is holding up congressional ac
tion on a multibiHion-doSar Senate
jobs bl3, which also contains money
needed to pay unemployment benefits.
The legislation was designed to pro
duce more jobs, but the impasse raised
the possibility that as early as Tuesday
some states would be unable to pay
Resolving the dispute topped the
agenda for congressional action in a
week in which the Senate was also to
vote on a Social Security bailout bill
and the House was to debate a pro
posed nuclear weapons freeze.
President Reagan has threatened to
veto the Senate jobs bill if it contains an
amendment to repeal a 1982 law requir
ing financial institutions to withhold
for federal taxes 10 percent of a
depositor's interest and dividends. The
banking community 1 supports the
WASHINGTON Congress ap
pears ready to raise She retirement age
as part of a Social Security rescue plan,
despite pleas from-liberal Democrats
that the move wotfld" penalize people
unable to work beyond age 65.
"We are changing the tradition of
this country,'' said jypfis Speaker
Thomas P. O'Neill Jr.'btrthe House
floor last week. "We are changing the
system of this government and how this
Congress has always acted that each
generation should take rare of the
generation that went before it."
Opponents of racing the retirement
age argue that the change is unfair to
people who cannot, work. -beyond the
current retirement agfeof 65 or even
the early retirement 'age .of 62
because of poor health or reduced
. Supporters of the change say it is a
logical reflection of increased longevity
and would avoid adding to the tax
burden of current workers.
The $165 billion bailout plan racing
through Congress was easily approved
by the House last week. The Senate will
be considering its version this week,
possibly as early as Tuesday.
WASHINGTON Israeli Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir insisted Sun
day there must be "close cooperation"
on security matters between Lebanon
and Israel before his country wO
withdraw its troops from Lebanese soil.
Following a meeting with Secretary
of State George P. Shultz, Shamir told
reporters the Lebanese government
"will not be able to control the security
of its territory by its own forces."
"Therefore it is our conviction that
there must be a close cooperation be
tween us and Lebanon," Shamir said.
Without such cooperation, he said,,
Israel fears it would again become the
target for terrorist attacks across the
BEIRUT, Lebanon The Israeli
army is conducting a detailed census of
south Lebanon that asks village mayors
to provide such information as the
names of men of fighting age, sources
of dynamite for quarrying, and auto
mobile license plate numbers.
The census, coupled with Israel's re
cent attempts to form village militias
and collect taxes to finance them, ap
pears aimed at enhancing security in
south Lebanon and helping to prevent
a resurgence of guerrilla activity after
an Israeli withdrawal.
An Israeli army spokesman in the
Beirut suburb of Yarze said Sunday
that Israel needs the information to
help look after residents of south
Lebanon, occupied by Israeli troops
since their invasion last summer routed
Yasser Arafat's Palestinian guerrillas.
Saturday, March 19
8 pm Memorial Hall
Tickets $4 and $6
Union Box Office
A Carolina Union Presentation .
WOMEN'S HEALTH ,
CARE YOU CAN ADOPTION: a difficult decision thaTs
DEPEND ON. made easier by the women of the
Fleming Center. Counselors are available day and night to
support and understand you. Your safety, comfort and privacy
are assured by the caring staff of the Fleming Center. SERVICES:
Tuesday Saturday Abortion Appointments O 1st & 2nd
Trimester Abortions up to 1 8 Weeks Free Pregnancy Tests
Very Early Pregnancy Tests O All Inclusive Fees Insurance
Accepted CALL 734-5550 DAY Oft NIGHT Health care.
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All the Pizza, Spaghetti and
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JUHIORS AHD SEHIOHS EARH 0UER $1000.00 PER EYHKJTEl
If you are a math, physics, chemistry or engineering major with a "B" average or better, earn over $1000.00 per month
through your junior and senior years . . . summers incltfded! The Navy's NUPOC (Nuclear Propulsion Officer) Collegiate
Program is looking fpr qualified individuals.
Other benefits include: ; . ' " .
$3000.06 cash bonus immediately upon acceptance into program
S22,000 starting salary $40,000 after just four years
FREEfi1edicalDental care and many other TAX FREE benefits
30 days PAID annuarvacation 1 year graduate level training lmmcdiato responsibility
Valuable engineering experience Education benefits wwwjod sccunty witn fast promotion
If you're interested in finding out more, see the Navy Officer Programs Team, they'll be on campus March 15-17
at the Student Center. If you can't make it, send your resume or transcripts to:
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ARE YOU A MONOPOLY fanatic? Do you get into trading
Real Eotatc? A campua tournanMnt wiQ b held on Sunday,
Mart h 20th In 207-239 at fh Union at IKK) pm. Stgiwai at ,
Union Dk by March 17th. Vl't have bt pain of tU (or the
winner to Engbah Beat and Adnuankm Ntghl FUina.
DO YOU BELIEVE IN ghoits? There 'a evidence that they're
real. "Beyond the Poltergekt," A Incturcalide presentation
by world rcknown paychic reaearcher William RoD wUI.be In
100 Hamilton, March 16, at 7:00 p.m. Free.
WHY PAY BIG BUCKS lor record when you can rent
them? RICHARD'S RENT-A-RECORD. Ha current
rock. Jazz, new-wave, disco, country, and more. Also
oldie. Singles $2 per day, double $3.75 plus refun
dable deposit. (Rate lower tor rental dub members.)
Above Jordan' on E. Rosemary St 967-3283 11-7
OVERSEAS JOBS SUMMERYEAR round. Europe, S.
Amer.. Australia. Ada. An Field. $500- 100 monthly.
Sightseeing. Free info. Write UC Box 52-NC-l Corona Dd
Mar, CA 92625.
WANTED: JEWISH RELIGIOUS SCHOOL principal. Ju
dge Reform Congregation. Durham, NC August 1983. Ex
perience bi Hebrew education and administration necessary.
Send resume and two reference name to George Fishman,
641 Wellington Drive. Chapel HUL NC 27514.
VOLUNTEER MUSICIANS NEEDED to perform at the
Community Kitchen. Time: Mon.-Fri. 11:00 am-1:00 pm. K
interested; please contact Tim at 933-1516 Mon.-Fri. 12:00
CRUISE SHIP JOBS! 114-128,000. Carribean, Hawaii.
World. Call for Guide, Directory, Newsletter. 1 916-722-1111.
Ext UNCHAPEL HSU-
INTERESTED AND SKILLED PERSONS are needed
as counselor at one of the nation' finest camp for the
summer of 1983. Don't miss a chance to have one of the
most enriching summer of your life!! For mot iitfuf RIS
tion call dark Pfaff at 933-8161 from 7:30 am-10:30 am
or after 11. -00 pm.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR OPENINGS m New Eng
land. Camp Beckett (boy's camp) ha openings for counse
lors and program specialists. Also nurse (RN). Located in
Mountain of Wester, Massachusetts, within driving dfrrtaiwe
of Boston and New York City, the camp offers a broad
camping program emphasizing personal development Con
tact placement office for more information and interviews on
COMPARE OUR PRICES FOR shoe repair and altera
tions at The Shoe. In Eastgate next to Mariakakis.
Open Monday-Friday 9-5, Saturday 9-12. 968-1407.
CHEAP TYPING! CALL 929-TYPE
1 MISS M'A'S'H" bumper stickers: send stamped, self
addressed envelope to: J.D. Promotion. Bos 1342. Chapel
Hin. N.C. 27514. Enclose $1.00 check or money order.
LARGE ONE BEDROOM APT. far rent Stat saoom or one
year lease avaiiabie. Across from University Mri. CaS Caas
CLOSED OUT? 0 BEDROOM apt to sublet for June
and July. Option to renew lease fa August Contact LaBron
or Jerry after 6 p.m. 967-2054.
YOGA. ITS A QUESTION of oyi The Yoga Place wiB
offer 8 classes each week. 321-55 for beg!nftii. and
continuing students. For infornurtioa caJL 967-966.
4S2 West Franklin Street ctoce 1975.
MfinFRM MOVEMENT-DANCE EXPERIENCE
the Joy of movement! Modem. Jaa, ba&et, aerobics.
March 14 through May 5. Pay par ctasspar i
CLOSE TO CAMPUS. wo.
CLOSED OUT? WE NEED 2 females who are responsible
but Uke to party to share 3 bedroom. 2 bath BoUnwood
Apartment beginning June 1. $103.75 utuhle. CaB
"FREEDOM FROM SMOKING CLINIC." Student Health
Service is offertng a three-week brown bag luncheon
"Freedom From Smoking Clinic" emphasizing postive
lifestyle behaviors In a supportive group setting. This group
wffi meet March 31. Aprfl 5. 6, 7 and 12 from 12.00 (noon) to
1:15 p.m. To pre-regtater (mandatory) caJ 966-2281. ext.
Z75 before Friday. March 25.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY NOSE! Surprised? I hope yon have a
wonderful day. Drink one for me. Love ya. Nose.
HEY. WEINEE. ARENT YOU the dweebie dungbee&cwho
l to governors acaooir van, we mougm so.
HBin WILL BE HOLDING Us last deli night of the
year. Wednesday. March 16th. 6-7:30 pm. This I your
last chance this semester to enjoy New York-style deli
with aB the trimmings! 10 discount for all HlSd
MLC: THIS TOOK AWHILE, but ft doesn't mean I'm not
curious! Who are you? When, where should we meet?
-Short and Brown-haired (U.D.)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY JEFF J ! Lefs propose a toast to Latin,
constellations, and tenth Boor Morrison! You're a great bag
of trash, my friend. Love. Met
DUMBHEAD! 1 MISSED YOU so much! Bean Brain.
CHEC (Contraceptive Heakh Education Conic) meet every
Monday at 4:00 p.m. in the Health Education Suite of SHS.
Individual consultation also avaiiabie by appointment Cefl
966-2281. est 275.
CLOSED OUT OF THE dorm? W have an abemativt solu
tion to your problem. Old WeB apartment are for sale as In
dividual units wtm lexible occupancy dates. Only $1900
down payment and no dosing costs. Share the benefit of
ownership with your parents and put your rent do&ars to
work for you. For details contact Bis Farley 967-&23S, He8-
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(ai'-bovgh she' ea her .broom to aoesrwkerc): I doa't
kaow bow to sty this DELICATELY, bat I had great
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psopk, tarsafrs-te, heart sad spades, raccoons, hear,
sad y'al. Archer, take a thower. Jufit, (Jedy) fhaaki for
the tours and el the ceesainlioa. Alaa, keep ap the T.B.
bugh. 1 need somrthiag to snort to. Lacy, snoot sssoa.
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Now give ast my ctearssB and kt aw go home. Le