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2AThe Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, August 22, 1984
GOP adopts co
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DALLAS Republicans, fired by partisan
portrayals of Walter F. Mondale as the
overpromising candidate of the past, met
Tuesday to provide President Reagan with a
conservative, "red, white and blue" re-election
The GOP national convention, dominated
by the party's right, wasn't even to hear
moderate dissent about a document that
includes a "no tax hike" promise and language
that the United States must be able to prevail
in any future war.
After the conservatives saw their views
adopted Monday night, the prime time
spotlight shifted to party moderates led by
former President Gerald Ford.
In his speech, Ford continued the attacks
I on Mondale by comparing economic condi
j tions during the Carter administration with the
:- state of the economy today.
Meanwhile, Vice President George Bush met
- with a group from New Jersey and a gathering
; of senior citizens after similar appearances
: Monday before women, blacks and Jews.
Cobey addresses convention
' DALLAS Congressional candidate Bill
Cobey told the Republican National Conven
: tion Monday in a 90-second address that he
News in Brief
Cobey, a former UNC athletic director from
Chapel Hill, is trying to unseat six-term
incumbent Ike Andrews, a Democrat from
Cary, in the 4th Congressional District.
Andrews defeated Cobey with 51.3 percent of
the vote in 1982 after Andrew's conviction for
Cobey told delegates that the 1903 flight of
a power-driven aircraft in North Carolina by
Wilbur and Orville Wright is a reminder of
"what determination, a brave vision and the
pioneer spirit have accomplished for America
and the world."
He said that spirit remains alive in scientists
working in the state's 4th District, which
includes part of the Research Triangle Area.
More questions for Ferraro
ALBANY, N.Y. The New York state
Insurance Department will ask Rep. Geraldine
Ferraro and her husband John Zaccaro why
they omitted information about a federal
campaign law violation from statements filed
with the department, an official said Tuesday.
However, the department will not attempt
to take disciplinary action against the Demo
cratic vice presidential candidate or Zaccaro
for failing to mention the violation because
"we consider this a minor matter," said
Insurance Department spokesman Kevin
Foley said that in signed application filed
in 1979, 1981 and 1983 for an extension of
the insurance broker's license for the New York
City real estate company owned by the couple,
Ms. Ferraro and Zaccaro answered "no" to
questions about violation of law.
MacDonald's judge asked to withdraw
RALEIGH Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald's
lawyer Tuesday asked U.S. District Court
Judge Franklin Dupree to remove himself
from MacDonald's case because the judge's
relative worked for MacDonald's former
prosecuter, but Dupree refused to withdraw.
Dupree has presided over the case since
1975. MacDonald is a former Army captain
convicted in 1979 of slaying his pregnant wife
and two young daughters at their Fort Bragg
apartment in 1970.
MacDonald is seeking a new trial.
Raleigh lawyer Wade Smith argued that
Dupree shouldn't deal further with the case
because his former son-in-law was a member
of the U.S. Attorney's staff when it investigated
the case in the early 1970s.
JEFF HiDAY, Editor
Joel Broadway, Managing Editor
MICHAEL TOOLE, Editorial Page Editor
FRANK BRUNI, Associate Editor
KELLY SIMMONS, University Editor
KYLE MARSHALL, State and National Editor.
MELANIE WELLS, City Editor
VANCE TREFETHEN, Business Editor
STUART TONKINSON, News Editor
Frank Kennedy, Sports Editor
Jeff Grove, Arts Editor
ClNDY DUNLEVY, Features Editor
CHARLES LeDFCXD, Photography Editor
JEFF. NeUVILLE, Photography Editor
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Wayne Thompson, political editor.
Sports: Michael Persinger and Robyn Norwood assistant sports editors. Glenna Burress, Scott Canterberry, Kim
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Features: Mike Altieri, Nancy Atkinson, Clarice Bickford, Lauren Brown, Tom Camacho, Loretta Grantham,
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Arts: Ed Bracket!, J. Bonasia, Steve Carr, Louis Corrigan, Ivy Hilliard, Ned Irvine, Steve Murray, Arlame Rockey,
David Sotolongo and Sheryl Thomas, assistant arts editor.
Photography: Larry Childress, Tom Green, Lori Heeman, Jamie Moncrief, and Lori Thomas. Zane Saunders,
Business: Anne Fulcher, business manager; Angela Booze and Tammy Martin, accounts receivable clerks; pawn
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and Julie Jones, classified advertising staff; Yvette Moxin, receptionist; Debbie McCurdy, secretary.
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A special welcome back to the
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Kudos on the Orientation Issue
and the beginning of a great semester!
Thanks John Stuart, Lynn, Heidi, Dick, Glenn, Jo
Ellen and Ben for winning the Great Battle with the
Machines-of-Death and doing a thankless job.
Welcome aboard the backshop Stacy and Brenda!
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New Location in Mid-Sept.
Rams Plaza Near A&P Eastgate
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Over 30 different varieties. Made
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Monday-Thursday 6 am-1 am Friday-Saturday 6 am-2 am Closed Sunday
505 W. Rosemary Street
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When you say Carolina, say GAY Carolina. When you
say Carolina, say HEELS. Come to A SOCIAL
GATHERING, 8:00 p.m., Campus Y Lounge, tonight,
COLD CARE CENTER ARRIVES AT STUDENT
HEALTH SERVICE. Learn how to correctly identify
symptoms, read your temperature, examine your throat,
and care for your coW miseries. Save clinic warting time
by sell-assessment Go through clearly marked cold care
steps beginning this faD semester, located off the clinic
waiting area. A nurse wtQ be available to answer your
questions and refer you to an appropriate health
professional (if necessary).
NEW APPOINTMENT SYSTEM AT STUDENT
HEALTH SERVICE. Beginning fall semester all clinical
sections will be handled on an appointment basis. To
arrange appointments for urgent or acute care needs,
caB 966-2281; future date clinical medicine appoint
ments, caB 9664558; Sports Medicine and Orthopedic
Clinic, caB 966-3655; Women's Health, call 966-3650;
Mental Health. caB 966-3658; Specialty Clinics (Eye.
ENT, Dermatoiogy), caD 9663666. Save waiting time
and get the best possible care from your health
professional by scheduling your appointment ahead of
NON-SMOKING MALES, age 18-35, are needed to
participate in EPA breathing research on the UNC campus.
Pay is '5 per hour. For more information, call 966-1253 Mon
BLACK MEN AND BLACK WOMEN $45 wEl b
paid to healthy Boa-amoken, age 18-35 who
complete mm EPA breathiag study om UNC cav
pas. PHeaee call 966-1253 MosMftayFriday Sasa-
FALL 1984 RAINBOW SOCCER registration begins
Monday, Aug. 20, Noon-6 p.m., at 500 W. Rosemary St.,
Chapel Hill. FIELD REGISTRATION is Saturdays, Aug. 18,
Aug. 25, and Sept. 1, 10 a.m. -Noon, at Rainbow Soccer
Stadium, off Cleland Rd. and 15-501. TEAM ANNOUNCE
MENT. Sat., Sept. 8, 10 a.m.-Noon, Rainbow Stadium.
PRACTICE BEGINS, Monday, Sept. 10. Interested coaches
and sponsors please call 967-S797. RAINBOW SOCCER is
a non-profit recreational program in its 26th season, open
to players of any age, sex or skill. FIELDS MADE POSSIBLE
BY THE GLEN LENNOX INVESTMENT GROUP.
WRITING. TYPING, and WORD PROCESSING SERVICE:
Resumes, research papers, dissertations, recipe files, address
books, reports, leaflets, invitations, poems, stories, articles,
general correspondence, mailings. Call 682-4174.
CLERK Chapel Hill ParksRecreation. 20 hrswk. 15pm,
M-F. No work in August nor December. Involves registering
Recreation's program participants, telephone iquiries,
general office duties. '3.35hr. Apply by Aug. 29: Municipal
Bldg, 306 N Columbia. EOAAE.
PIZZA HUT on Estes Drive, beside University MaD,
needs Full and Part-time, Day and Night, cooks and
wait people. Apply in person 2-5, Monday through
NEED GOOD, FAST, dependable people for full or
part time work. Apply in person only 8-10 a.m. and
2:30-4 p.m. at Snoopy's Drive In, across from Brady's
on Franklin Street.
Bureau of Land Management
350 S. Pickett Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22304
LOCAL PHYSICIAN'S FAMILY needs exceptionally reliable
and loving individual to care for home and two delightful
chadren three afternoons per week and occasional full days.
Own transportation essential. Great pay and congenial
working environment. Please call 942-6745 after 6:00 p.m.
LIFEGUARDS NEEDED for UNC Indoor Pool. Anyone
interested attend organizational meeting on Sunday, August
26 - 6 p.m. - 304 Woolen Gym.
VARIOUS PARTTTME JOBS throughout Fall and Spring
with the Chapel Hill municipal government. Many are ideal
for students' schedules. Typical openings include game
officials and scorekeepers for recreation league football,
basketball. Softball, and baseball; lifeguards and swim
instructors for indoor and outdoor pools; public library pages,
aides and assistants; Community Center desk clerks;
laborers and groundskeepers for parks or public bldgs and
grounds; class instructors for tennis, calligraphy, pottery,
ballet, gymnastics, fitness, etc; summer day camp counse
lors; relief parking lot attendants; City and Regional Planning
interns. If you are interested in being notified of any of these
job openings in the future, complete a simple Application
Interest Card at the Chapel Hill Municipal BWg. It's located
at 306 N Columbia St (2 blocks from Franklin and Columbia
intersection beside the Fire Station). EOAAE.
NEED RESPONSIBLE. LOVING person to care for 6-yr-cOd
boy on Tues and Thurs. 2:30-5:30 p.m. Also light
housekeeping. On "A" busline. Call 942-8098.
ARE YOU QUALIFIED TO WORK WITH
INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN?
CHILD CARE NETWORKS: a referral ageacy that
helve aareate amaka chiM care ai iaageeata that
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work to fit yoar acheslale. Call 942-lS4.
WANTED: Student to do yard work. 5-12 hours per week,
Sept. thru October. Must have own transportation and be
able to work some weekends. Call 929-8203 after 6 p.m.
PART TIME OUTDOOR WORK within the Chapel Hill
Durham area for a Chemical Lawn Care Company. Approx.
15 hrs.wk., starting salary at M.yhr. Call 688-3688 and leave
name and number or 828-9098.
WOULD YOU LIKE to make 7 to 10 hourly? One to 5
days a week. Part-time jobs aren't usually that flexible or
pay that well. Try working with us. Bracey Maid Service.
Mail resume to: 5215 N. Wtllowhaven Dr., Durham. NC
CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE USA TODAY, the
national newspaper, needs a campus rep to seB and deliver
subscriptions of USA Today on campus. Job requires sales
ability and person must be willing to work mornings, M
F. No weekend work, excellent commission. You "A run your
own business! Starts immediately. CaB Linda 0CotmeB, tol
Own your own Jean-Sportswear, Ladies Apparel. Combi
nation, Accessories, Large Size store National brands:
Jordache, Chic, Lee. Levi, Vanderbat, Izod, Esprit, Brittania,
Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Pfcone, Claiborne,
Members Only. Organically Grown, Healthtex, 700 others.
$7,900 to $24,900, inventory, airfare, training, fixtures, grand
opening, etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Larson (612) 888-6555.
DOWNTOWN PARKING SPACE for rent. Two
minutes walk to campus. Paved Parking area with aB
night fighting 25.00 per month. CaB 9294577.
wanted to rent
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT, close to campus with
reasonable rent with private entrance for single working male.
CaB 962-2333. Leave message for Andy S.
MUST SELL! 79 Yamaha 650 Special, excellent condition.
80 Yamaha 400 Special II, excellent condition. '68 Chevrolet
truck. CaB Sanford. anytime. (919) 774-6491.
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Hiring. Your Area. CaB 805487-6000 Ext. R-9594.
5 CU. FT. Dorm refrigerator - very good condition,
90. CaB 962-5579 mornings or 929-5083 evenings or
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Waitresses wanted fuD-time or part-time. Apply in person.
Speak to Virginia or Pete Caporal. Please caB 942-1313 after
NEED SOMEONE TO DELIVER tickets on campus and
surrounding area. Need own transportation, for more
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