North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
2The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, November 2, 1983
1 s J
Gubernatorial candidate Eddie Knox
Carolina Union. He encouraged training for high-tech jobs.
City desk writers to meet
The City Desk of The Daily Tar
Heel will hold a mandatory meeting
for city staff writers today at 5 p.m. in
the DTH office. The meeting will out
He hears what people
have to say, he's
accesible to the voices
.of the whole community
C PMZA L
If Compare Our Incredibly Low Prices! p UqLi
I VEGETABLE SPECIAL . 7)
mushrooms, green peppers, onions & black olives If
Med. $4.95 Lg. $7.45 Pfffc
' ' Mil . .Ill - mi " 1 11 1 ' , - f . .-J .'X y , f-
Chapel Hill Town Council
Vote November 8th
Paid for by the Bill Thorpe Committee
Return ad and check or money order to the DTH
office by noon the business day before your ad is to
run. Ads must be prepaid.
Rates: 25 words or less
5 for each additional word
$1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type
Please notify the DTH office immediately if there are
mistakes in your ad. We will be responsible for only
the first ad run.
ELLIOTS NEST PROUDLY PRESENTS GLASS MOON
singing "On The Carousel" Wed., Nov. 9. Showtime at 9 pin
Happy Hour 8-9 pm. Advanced tickets call 967-4273.
COMMUNITY WHOUSTIC HEALTH CENTER'S Healing
Arts Festival. Nov. 5th, Rosenau Hall. Workshops on
healthy living; delicious food, raffle, music, exhibition hall.
Call 929-1021 for information.
BEER, WINE. MUNCHIES. SOFTDRINKS, Dancing!
Come to Oktoberfest, Nov. 4th at The Community
Church (comer of Mason Farm and Purefoy Roads) Ad
mission $3.50. Tickets available in the German Dept.,
THERE WILL BE A Career Seminar featuring Cindy Leach
of Northern Telecom, Inc. on "Marketing within the
Telecommunications Industry" at 3:30 in T-6 NC on Thurs.,
Nov. 3. Everyone is welcome!
Mr. Gatti's Needs Delivery
Drivers. Day and Night posi
tions. Name your own hours.
Above average earnings. Call
f l$.- fi.!)i 4t.irKw ;.i(4:aia;
candidate Knox say s jobs equal education
n i sr r
N K k J a 1
DTHZane A. Saunders
spoke to students Tuesday in the
line procedures for coverage of this
year's municipal elections. Writers
who cannot attend should contact
John Conway before the meeting.
'v, 'WvA ts&Wi
y Xv.ftJ-''-' M
y, , 4m"4!&-
mum wv,s ,
PMS SEMINAR: THERE WILL be an Informational session
about premenstrual syndrome today, November 2 at 7.-00
pm in Joyner Dorm. Judy N orris a nationally recognized ex
pert on the subject will conduct the workshop. She will speak
about the symptoms of PMS and how to alleviate them.
lost and found
FOUND FALL SEMESTER BUS pass, on highway 54
across from Old WellCarolina Apts. Call 929-3557 to iden
tify. LOST: SIAMESE CAT. FROM Royal Park complex.
Reward, contact 8-P968-0648.
LOST: TEXAS DRIVER'S LICENSE 097 11603. If found,
PLEASE call Diana at 933-2947. Being from out-of-state, it
would be very hard to replace it Thanks.
LOST! GOLD PINKY RING between Hamilton and Gran
ville. If s sentimental value. REWARD OFFERED! Please
call 933-1875 or 967-7389 if found.
MAKE $360 TO $800 WEEKLY stuffing envelopes at home.
No limit. Free supplies. Send 25 cents and stamped envelope
to: Box 119, T. Landers, 308 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles,
FRONT DESK CLERK PART-time, weekends. Call The
University Motor Inn, 929-2398.
GUYS! THIS IS YOUR last chance to become one of
the men of Ladies' Choice. We need 2 more uninhibited
guys with good looks, good builds and great personali
ties for the strip-o-gram service for women only.
Reliability and own transportation a must Great pay for
work that is always kin. Call 942-3228 6-11 p.m. to
NEED HOLIDAY CASH? ASTHMA SUFFERERS
- EARN $75 tn mm EPA Brathiag Stady oa the
UNC taaipas. To qualify yom must be atalc, 18
35. with csurroatlv active aatbsaa. For aaor tafor
sMtfaM pluM call 966-1253. Monday-Friday,
Sewing Is Our Art
Proprietor-graduated French Tailoring
School (Vietnam). Fine dressmaking,
alterations are our specialty, restyling
and much more. Call 929-0499 M-F
10:306, Sat. 8-3. Kroger Plaza Sewing
Center, Suite 212 (upstairs).
Tf W, Th at Noon
The Rolling Stones
in The Union Upstairs Lounge
t i: zi
By WAYNE THOMPSON
Charlotte mayor and Democratic
gubernatorial candidate Eddie Knox
brought his "Jobs Equal Education"
platform to 80 students Wednesday in the
"God help us if we don't match up
jobs with education today," Knox said as
he unveiled his program to encourage the
training of North Carolinians for high
"If we stick to the rural traditions of
North Carolina, most of you are going to
be going off to Silicon Valley," said
KnoxJSilicon Valley is an area in Califor
nia known for its abundance of computer
Knox said one-third of North
Carolina's manufacturing jobs will be
done by machines in 1993. "Robots will
do the things that your mom and dad
have done for years," he said.
, In order to prepare students for what
he called the new "information age,"
Knox said North Carolina must develop
sophisticated plans for the education of
Though he said he did not know
everything about education, Knox said as
governor he would appoint an educa
tional commission composed of acade
micians to come up with recommenda
tions. Knox has publicly supported im
, - We Are Pleased to Announce That
r Vinita Pasi, M.D.
" Specializing in Obstetrics, Gynecology, Birth .
11 Control, Pregnancy Counseling, and well
:j . health counseling, exercise, weight control and
I - . s stress control is now associated with Dr.
William E. Brenner.
- xt ' '
i V ' For appointments call. ...
L-,, -, : .,A J Triangle Women's Health Center 942-0011
.109 Conner Drive Across from University Mall
5 pm to
with purchase of a large 13
(hami pepperoni, salami and cheese)
sub and ;a .large;drink 4
offer good thru' Nov. 12
Try our subs for your tailgate parties
GIANT PARTY SUBS AVAILABLE
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Classified ad must be
received by 12 (noon) one business day before publication.
Display classified ads must be received by 12 (noon) two
business days before publication.
EARN FREE TRAVELCOMMISSIONS promoting Spring
Break vacations on your campus. We are seeking aggressive
and eager persons to represent our College Travel Division.
CaO (914) 632-8500. collect.
OVERSEAS JOBS SUMMER YEAR round. Europe. S.
Amer.. Australia, Asia. All Fields. $500-51200 monthly.
Sightseeing. Free info. Write IJC Box 52-NC-l Corona Del
Mar. CA 92625.
NEED HOLIDAY CASH? BLACK MALES &
FEMALES $45 will b paid to healthy noa
saokess, age 18-35, who complete an EPA
breath big study on th UNC camp as. For more
info pleas call 966-1253, Monday-Friday 8
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEER stu
dents needed. Part time flexible hours available, minimum
20 hoursweek on 2nd or 3rd shift. Manufacturing environ
ment, several positions available. Apply in person at: Foam
Design, Inc., 2425 S. Alston Ave.. Durham, N.C. 27713
THE FRANK PORTER GRAHAM CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Center needs volunteers to conduct activities with preschool
children. No experience necessary. Training and supervision
provided. For more information, call 966-4121 Monday,
Wednesday or Friday 9 to 5. Training sessions begin Satur
day, November 5 at 9 a.m.
THE EPA NEEDS 18-35 YEAR OLD NON-SMOKING
white males to give small blood samples on the UNC cam
pus. Pay is 15hr. For more info, call 966-1253 Monday
Friday, 8 AM-5PM.
WESTERN SrZZLIN STEAK HOUSE is now accepting ap
plications for full time and part time positions. Day and night
shift positions available. Apply 2-4 pm daily. 324 West
WANTED: STUDENT SALES REP. to sell formal favors,
glassware, sportswear, novelties to Greeks, dorms, clubs.
Commission, own hours. Call Custom Favor Company toll
AMITY LSATGMATMCATGRE Seminars. Our guaran
tee: Score in top 25 or take the next course free. Call toll
free 800 243-4767 for schedule and free brochure.
I" "back EooiTrecords" I
I Fall Sale 25 Off LFs I
I Great Classical, Rock, Jazz, etc. I
136 E. Rosemary Lower Level NCNB
Plaza near Ram Theatres
Mon.-Sat. 12-6 p.m. 933-0019
Buy - Trade - Sell
RUN AHEAD OF THE REST
p T A needs good clean, energetic
people to become part of our
delivery team Base wage plus
tips and commission can earn a
good runner over $200'wk Must
be 18 and nave reliable auto and
insurance Flexible hours for full
time and part time position
Apply in person at
300 W Rosemary St.
proving the state's community college
Like Gov. Jim Hunt, Knox believes
one way to improve North Carolina's
economy is to encourage out-of-state and
international firms to locate their
businesses in North Carolina. "In
Charlotte, we've brought $200 million
worth of investment (into the city) in a
four-year period," he said.
The former two-term N.C. senator,
who chews tobacco and also likes to do a
little gospel singing every now and then,
listed ' other, accomplishments in
Charlotte. "In Mecklenburg County our
unemployment rate is 5 percent, com
pared to other counties where it is 18 per
cent or higher," Knox said.
But perhaps his most interesting feat as
mayor was the clean-up of the West
Trade Street area in Charlotte a street
previously known for its prostitution and
adult book stores. "One DJ said he saw
two of them (prostitues)in the back seat
of a car driving out of "the city," Knox
"I've gotten rid of 90 percent of the
massage parlors," he added as the crowd
Knox ended his speech on a more
serious note. "I believe what leadership I
give has to bring out the best of you," he
told students. "We want you to'become
involved in North Carolina."
ABORTION TO 18 WEEKS. Private and confiden
tial GYN facility with Saturday and evening appoint
ments available. Pain medication given. Free Pregnancy
STEREO-FAST PROFESSIONAL SERVICE on stereo
components. We also repair and upgrade speaker systems.
With state-of-the-art drivers. Reasonable rates. Call John
IT IS ALMOST THESIS time. . .and you should let Village
Instant Printing assist you. We are experts in the careful
duplication of dissertations, and theses. We have the 100
cotton rag Old Council Tree bond that most professors and
departments require. Stop by VIP in Kroger Plaza, facing
Franklin St. We're between Lowe's and the Village Bank.
We're open Mon.-Fri. 8 am-6 pm and Sat 9-2 pm.
GRANVILLE WEST MALE CONTRACT for sale. Second
semester. Call immediately: David 933-2553
FOR SALE: BANNER HOUSE purses, shoes, and sweaters
at Factory Outlet prices. Call 933-7302 or come by 236
Cobb. Think ahead for Christinas presents!
1981 OLDS CUSTOM CRUISER wagon, diesel, converted
with new gas 307 engine GMs computer adjusted industry
pacesetter. As of 1020 w90 days warranty. Car is in first
class condition. Book value $7700 conversion $2000 price
$8,000. Call 967-3339. .
COUCH FOR SALE-loog eooogh to stretck oat
oa 8 ft. aataral beige off white woven saatort
aL Loom cushions. Good condition. $300.00 or
beat offer. 933-8782 or 962-1163.
COLLEGE SWEATSHIRTS! HARVARD (GREY) - Yale
(white) Princeton (navy) Dartmouth (kelly) North
Carolina (light blue) USC (white) others. $14.00 each
postpaid. Send check to LMg, Box 317, Brookhaven, MS
39601. COD orders call 1-601-835-1085.
2 FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH contracts for sale immedi
ately! 7th floor great place to live! Please call Kathy
9334424 or Lynn 9334)454.
CRA1GE. FEMALE CONTRACT FOR sale: Like single,
roommate hardly there. Available immediately. Call Krista
collect 489-5875. .
MORRISON DORM CONTRACT FOR sale. I really need
someone to buy my contract. Please call 933-3320 and ask
FOR SALE CRAIGE FEMALE CONTRACT, dorm sized
refrigerator (price negotiable) and meal ticket (buy part or
all). If interested, call Janice at 933-3657.
HINTON JAMES CONTRACT FOR sale. Available for
Spring Semester. Must Sell. Please call Ken at 933-4552 or
WHO HAS N.Y. STYLE
The Associated Press
Reagan wfll travel to Camp Lejeune on
Friday to attend a memorial service in
honor of Marines who were killed in
Lebanon and Grenada, it was an
After the service, the president and
his wife, Nancy, will meet family
members of the victims, according to
deputy White House press secretary
The president plans to address the
base personnel and their families at
nearby Cherry Point Marine Air Sta
tion before returning to the White
House at midafternoon..
The Marines serving with a multina
tional peacekeeping contingent in
Beirut are based at Camp Lejeune.
WASHINGTON The hotly de
bated MX missile program overcame
another challenge Tuesday as the
House voted 217-208 to approve $2.1
billion to produce the first 21 of the in
tercontinental nuclear weapons.
vent the cutoff of funds. UNC accused HEW of un
constitutional efforts to end desegregation.
One of UNCs main objections to HEW's criteria
was the department's demand that UNC end duplicate
programming at predominantly black and pre
dominantly white institutions. In the suit, UNC argued
The Chapel Hill
Ice Cream Shoppe
(to the campus of UNC)
Mon.-Thurs. 7 pm-11 pm
Handpacked pints and quarts
or an entire ice cream party
brownies, blond ies,
-and -black bottom" cupcakes
(between 6:30 and 10:30)
(minimum order $10.00 no delivery charge)
Classified ad may be placed at the DTH office or mailed to
the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
FOR SALE FEMALE GRANVILLE East contract for Spring
Semester. Please call Cindy at 933-1807. If no answer please
keep trying. Maid service, good location, pool.
WANTED: 2 GUEST PASSES to the Clemson Game. Call
942-8223 and ask for Ira.
WANTED: ONE OR TWO .tickets to Lionel Ritchie concert
Friday eve in Raleigh. Call (Alice) eve: 967-3477.
WANTED: ONE OR TWO non-student tickets to Clemson
game. Call 968-9118. 929-6680 and ask for Alan. I am at the
I NEED TWO TICKETS to the Lionel Richie concert Fri.
night 967-4428. Keep trying.
WE NEED THREE GUEST passes for the CarolinaClem
son game. Call 933-4060.
2 FEMALE ROOMMATES NEEDED for spacious 2 bed
room, 2 bath apt starting spring semester $83.75month
plus l utJl. Furnished, good location, on busline. Call soon
968-1756. Keep trying!
ARE YOU GOING TO the Midwest for Thanksgiving? I will
be going to Central Indiana by private plane and have three
seats open. Will stop anywhere between here and there. Call
Jama 933-4177 after 7:00 pm.
NEED RIDE TO CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va. U.V.A. Friday,
Oct 4 can leave after 12:00 will help pay for gas. Please call
929-7931 ask for Tracy.
ELSIE TULSA, OKLAHOMA WAS quite a trip. What can 1
say? You're great! Congrats on coming in 3rd place in na
tional competition! Love, Your Sis.
DO YOU NEED A MIRACLE IN YOUR UFE? Whether
physical, cnKrtional. or sptrrtual Jasos baa the
asOTr-Hbelf. Coma boar this message throngh
T, W, at 9 pm
in the Union Upstairs Lounge
In an hour-long debate, MX ad
vocates said the Reagan administration
has made sincere efforts in arms con
trol, but opponents remained deeply
skeptical. House members defeated an
amendment by Rep. Joseph P. Addab
bo, D-N.Y., that would have stripped
the production money from a $247
billion defense spending bill.
The vote was the closest call that the
program has had this year in the
House. Members had approved pro
duction by a 13-vote margin in a
military authorization bill in July and
had freed impounded money for the
project by 53 votes in April.
RALEIGH In 85 of North
Carolina's 100 counties, more people
were working in September than in
August, state Employment Security
Commission chairman Glenn Jemigan
said Tuesday. v
Jemigan said the jobless rate fell in
85 counties, increased in 13 others and
remained the same in two.
"Claims for unemployment in
surance provide a good indicator, and
we watch them closely," Jemigan said.
"On a weekly average basis, 100,000
fewer people filed claims in September
than in January 1983.
From page 1
that eliminating duplication would hinder educational
The case continued in court until UNC approved the
terms of the consent decree to end the dispute. Under
the consent decree, UNCs activities will be monitored
by Dupree until Dec. 31, 1986. The document is in ef
fect until Dec. 31, 1988.
TO THE GIRL WHO borrowed my ID to check out two
books on Galdos, please return them to Wilson Library; they
WANT TO GET INVOLVED? Help us support LAUCH
FAIR CLOTH for governor in '84. If interested, please
contact Kate KittreU at 933-6210 or 929-2116.
CATHY D. FOR SOMEONE'S who's favorite word is huh
and yi, yi, your pretty neat. You help me thru alot of impos
sible days. Happy Birthday Love Wendy.
HEY MANGUM. SOMETHINGS do apeak foe
theaaaelves, THE HAUNTED HOUSE was a grvac
uccesa! Thanks for your hard work, groat job
Mr. Fava, et aOL AL
PLAN NOW FOR SPRING Break. We're holding tfcaBB
space on special cruises or try Nassau's "College W V.
Go with a special friend or take a group. CaD Mary. Code
Travel (near Granville Towers) for information, 942-419o.
TO THE BIG BROTHERS of Alpha Chi Sigma we arc hap
py, excited and ready for a fun filled semester. We love paav
RHO Chapter pledges.
WIN A PIZZA PARTY with your favorite beverage at aW
Crush Clemson pep rally and spirit contest sponsored by
Domino's Friday 7:30 in Carmlchael. Special
TO MMC.. vm j IN lonthor mo In nbistfc-: nothing couU i
taint the memory of our Friday night "masquerade." Tm so
giaa it nnauy nappenea.
TODAY IS YOUR day, so get out and make it happen.
A lot has gone on this semester. Too much?? I don't
know, maybe it's me. ..HAPPY 18th BIRTHDAY,
girl. . .even though 111 still be buying your Bud! IH be
thinking about you, your Not so succesful scammer.
DOC. YOU'RE LEGAL AGAIN but can't find anyone to
celebrate with. Oh well, that's what you get for being old!
Happy Birthday anyway! Love, Bridge.
"PUT ON YOUR RED shoes and dance" at the biggest,
grandest most flawless parry ever!!! Come to the
Newman Center, Saturday night at 9 pm, and dance!
Leave your alcohol at home, but bring a friend. A CGA
SANDY! WHAT DO WE get when we cross Jackson Brown
and Lover boy? We get one real happy suitemate on her bir
thday. Hope it's great! Love. Diane.
(Mb jpHHB 32SD QLMD
Nov. 14-18 Fetzer Gym
All skill levels welcome
Sign-up and info at
Union Desk Nov. 1-11
Prizes will be awarded