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2The Daily Tar HeelThursday. January 19, 1984 Helms announces plans The Associated Press RALEIGH Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C, said Wednesday he will seek a third term against the expected opposi tion of Democratic Gov. Jim Hunt in a campaign that attracted national atten tion long before it became official. "All I hope is that the people of North Carolina understand the issues and understand where both candidates or however many candidates there are where they stand," Helms said after filing papers at the State Board of Elections. "If my positions on all the issues are understood by the people and they don't want me for the U.S. Senate, that would SOFT CONTACT LENSES 62) 95 Get your eyes examined. Problem? Call us. In most cases we can arrange to have your eyes examined the same day. Expires 13184 PTICIANS Michael Costabile, Licensed Optician 235A Elliott Road 968-4776 We should be more than happy to arrange - SUB mm Delivery 5 pm to Midnight 929-SUBS 7827 "Sandwich with purchase of large 5 (ham, turkey and cheese) sub and a large drink offer good thru Jan. 31 Now Serving Beer DELIVERY PERSONS NEEDED I - Classified Info 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 Students $2.00 Non-students $3.00 5t 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. announcements ORDER OF THE BELL Tower membership drive Jan. 16-30. Applications may be picked up at the Union Desk and returned there by Jan. 30. Get involved! ATTENTION ELECTRON MICROSCOPISTS Individuals bi RTF area interested in attending a peri odic, informal discussion group in electron microscopy please call 248-4135 for further information. "HOW TO START YOUR Small Business." taught by Rick Doble, starts Wed., Jan. 18, 7 pm, Durham (near Somethyme Restaurant). Practical, accurate easy-to-use information. Call now: 688-5467. CAROLINA PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB is holding its first meeting on Thursday, Jan. 19, at 7 pm in the Union. All in terested photographers are welcome. DELTA SIGMA PI. PROFESSIONAL business fraternity, will hold an open recruiting meeting tonight, 7:00 pm, 02 Old Carroll. All pre-business and business majors welcome. Speaker: David Routh, NCNB, Charlotte. Professional dress requested. CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST weekly large group meeting tonight 7 p.m. Student Union. Check at desk. Good times and good fellowship. Everyone welcome. , DIVE THE CAYMAN ISLANDS Spring Break. Come to the meeting at 7 pm In 304 Woollen Gym on Wed., January 25th or caU 968-1271 for info. r? CHEC O' Contraceptive Health nr Education Clinic . Individual Consultations Monday Drop-In Group 4:00 p.m. Outreach Presentations ; ' ; Student Health Service Health Education Suite 2nd Floor Call 966-2281 -Ext. 275 SUMMER EMPLOYMENT FOR MEN AND WOMEN Camps Arrowhead for boys and Glen Arden for girls, located in the North Carolina moun tains, are now hiring counselors for 1984. If interested, stop by the Union Thursday, Jan. 19, (9:30-3:00) and talk with our representative. suit me fine," he said. "I'm not going to sell my soul to get elected." Hunt has said he will file Feb. 6 after two days of pre-announcement festivities. Helms, 62, in 1972 became the first Republican senator elected from North Carolina this century. He won the 1978 race with the help of his National Con gressional Club one of the nation's largest political action committees. The 1984 Senate race in North Carolina is expected to be one of the most expen sive in the country, with analysts pre dicting a total expenditure of $20 million $14 million by Helms alone. Helms said he had no idea of how OFF YOUR NEXT PAIR OF PRESCRIPTION GLASSES OR SUNGLASSES (you must present this ad at time order to made) Hours: 9-6 M-F an eye examination for you. 400 West i Franklin St. Across from Bus Station a Shop ALL 5 Giant Party Subs THE "EATING FOR THE Wrong Reason Group" offers a supportive setting for one to begin recognizing, confronting, and resolving the compulsion to overeat Call 966-2281 ext. 275 for more information. lost & found LOST: THIN BROWN LEATHER glove with cotton inner glove reward 967-6264, 541-6583. LOST: GOLD BRACELET AT Pardy oa Taea Jaa. 10th. H foaad pUaaa caH 933-5212 aad ask for AHeoa. Reward. FOUND LADIES GOLD WATCH by Caldwell bWg. Can 933-8452 and describe watch. Ask for Marc or George. LOST: GREEN CHECKBOOK NEAR Mdvar Friday. If foaad. pUaae call 933-6102 aaytiaM after 4 pam. Tkaakal REWARD FOR RETURN OF birthstone ring lost in student bookstore. Aquamarine stone, small size, sentimental value. Can 933-1404. LOST: A STRING OF pearls between the Art Building and Graham. Not worth much except for sentimental value. If found, please call Maria at 933-0446. FOUND: PEARL NECKLACE IN parking lot by Old East Can 933-6253 and ask for Ken to identify. FOUND: BRACELET AT STUDENT STORE. CaU 942-5460. 2-9 pm. FOUND: ADD-A BEAD necklace near Lenoir Hall. Can 933-8836 and identify. help wanted 18-30 YEAR OLD white males with respiratory colds and flu are needed for paid research study at the US Environmental Protection Agency. Chapel Hill. Subjects must be in gopd general health. Smokers and non-smokers needed. Please caH Dr. Robert Chapman or Dr. Robyn Tepper at 541-3804 (days): 942-3912 (nights). Please teU your friends. EXCELLENT SUMMER COUNSELING OPPORTUNITIES for men and women who are interested in serving boys and girls ages 7-16. guiding them in their physical, mental and spiritual development. Only those persons who will dedicate their wholehearted efforts to help each individual child develop his or her potential should apply. One must have ability to teach in one or more of our specialized activities. College students, teachers, and coaches should apply. CAMP THUNDERBIRD. located 17 miles southeast of Charlotte, N.C., is an ACA accredited camp member, specializing in water sports (sailing, water skiing, swimming and canoeing), yet an added emphasis is placed on the land sports (general athletics, tennis, golf, archery, rifiery and backpacking). Horseback riding, Whitewater canoeing and tripping arc extras in our excellent program. For further in formation write or caH G. William Climer, Jr., Director. Camp Thunderbkrd. Route 7, Box 50. Clover. S.C.. 29710 (803-831-2121). HOUSEKEEPER VALET NEEDED IN suburban, quiet, home of retired, male faculty person. Private room, food and modest salary provided. Yard care. Transportation needed. CaU 942-5775. Gi? IsfD gottx Glneo j SUNDAY home delivery. I Spring semester only $25.00. Delivery begins January 29 1 and ends April 23. No deliv-i ery during University Holi-I days. Total of ten Sundays. J To place your order send J name, address and phone -number along with payment to: I David Fowle 1 A-11 University Gardens Apts 1 Chapel Hill, NC 27514 or call 929-5361 for more information. J for 1984 election much money he would spend in the cam paign. "All I can say is, we'll spend however much we can legitimately raise, and we'll spend it in legitimate ways," he said. Since his election, Helms has drawn the support of the Moral Majority and the ire of the National Organization for Women, which declared him "public enemy No. 1." Helms has opposed abortion and bus ing to achieve desegregation while back ing prayer in the schools. He also alienated blacks last session by opposing a national holiday honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. But Helms' announcement included some conciliatory comments for blacks. "The leadership of the blacks have written off the black in terms of partici pating in the two-party system," he said. "Nobody has a greater stake in the sur vival and prosperity, of our free enterprise system than our black citizens. With avt v ,i : t i I v r r KM" ' M M A 22 V V RealPit S3 I ITM jfi XT ' jm r f r m r, rjfll ' rj IJ IXJ I M CfcO M hJ jSK, u Mil I 1 4mSSJr 310 15-501 Bypass at Wf V- Elliott Road la Chapel Hill gj kJ jJi Sun. - Than. 11AM 9PM I ""X ? fV 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. - BLACK MALES & BLACK FEMALES $45 will b paid to healthy mom aokara 18-35, who complete aa EPA breathing stady oa the UNC caaapaa. For awrt info please call 966-1253. Monday-Friday 8 aaa-5 psm. n AIRLINES ARE HIRING! FLIGHT attendants reserva tionists! $14-39,000. Worldwide! CaU for Directory, Guide, Newsletter. (916) 944-4440 Ext. UNORTHCAROUNAIR. CRUISESMPS ARE HIRING! $16-530,0001 Carribean, Hawaii, World. CaU for Guide, Directory, Newsletter 1-(916) 944-4440 Ext UNORTHCAROUNACRUISE. WE NEED PART-TIME people for outdoor lawn care work. 1015 hrswk. $4.50-$5.50hr. You need a car!! CaU 467-7690 for interview date. ACTORSMALE MODELS NEEDED for print and film work in N.C. Please submit photos and resume to: Direc tions Talent Agency, 400 State Street Station, Greensboro, NC 27405. DRUG STUDY TO TREAT severe pre-menstrual breast pain. If interested call 966-1601. WANTED: WIDE RANGE VOCALIST for established band. No professional experience required, only enthusiasm. Seri ous inquiries only please. CaU Tommy at 968-4752 or 968-9007 after 5:00. - COUNSELORS: FOR BOYS CAMP in Maine. Openings in most activities (WSI, tennis, basketball, etc.) Upper Classmen preferred. Write: Camp Cedar, 1758 Beacon St., Brookline, Ma 02146 or call 617-277-8080. THE CLEF HANGERS ARE holding auditions this Sun day. Jan. 22, in Hill Hall. The Clefs, an exciting group of acapella singers, specialize in tenorbass close harmonies: barbershop, fifties, and contemporary. We practice twice a week and well tour the Ivy League over Spring Break. Audi tions begin at 1:00 pm and last until 3:00 pm (so you won't miss any of the Super Bowl!) TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATIVE TRAINING LOCAL com puter, software and hardware manufacturer is seeking a ' career oriented individual with the right combination of com mon sense, intelligence, and desire to see a job well done. This position entails administrative duties, typing, computer operations and some computer programming. Micro-computer experience is a definite plus, but will train the right per son. CaU Futurehouse Inc. at 967-0861 for an appointment. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN a career in sales? A part-time subscription sales position with Village Cable is great way to begin. If you are enthusiastic, peris is tent, self-motivated, and enjoy people, the Village Cable subscription sales team has a ' place for you. Experience is not necessary, training provided. Catt Peggy Shearon at 968-4631. WE NEED HEALTHY MALES 19-30 for 2 studies on alcohol - elimination. One requires a one day lab visit the other a 2 day lab visit requiring 8 to 10 hours drinking alcohol and giv ing breath samples. Send name, address and phone number to B.P. Crownover 1124 FLOB 231 H, Dept of Phar mocology, UNC Campus, Chapel Hill. NC 27514. Payment upon completion of visits). services YOGA rrS A QUESTION of joy! The Yoga Place, 452 W. Franklin. wiU begin its 10th year Jan. 16 offering 8 classes for beginning and advanced students. For infor mation caU, 967-9686 for the joy! CHEAP TYPING! CALL 929-TYPE ms$i$Ai 707S a modern classic University Squara Chapel Hill 967-8935 Democrats in Washington, all they get are handouts." , Helms' political advertisements have criticized Hunt for supporting unions and catering to liberals. During his announce ment, he renewed his call for a debate with Hunt, who has offered to discuss the issues only after each man has won his party's primary. "All I get is remote-control responses from one or more of that battery of press agents he has," Helms said. "I don't know where he (Hunt) stands on anything. I think he stands pretty much where the popular opinion is." Hunt, a second-term governor, has led a campaign against drunken drivers, con tinued efforts to attract industry to (he state, fought for the Equal Rights Amendment and worked to keep money in the state budget for abortions. While Helms declined to rank the issues facing the nation, he said im proving the economy and restoring foreign policy priorities were important. THE HOLISTIC WEIGHT MANAGEMENT GROUP will assist you in accepting responsibility for nutritious eating, ex ercise, and managing stress to effectively manage weight Call 966-2281, ext. 275 for more information. ABORTION TO 18 WEEKS. $185. Private and con fidential GYN Facility with Saturday and evening ap pointments available. Pain medication given. Free pregnancy tests. 942-0824. for rent PARKING SPACES FOR RENT dose to campus. CaU Joseph's 942-4058. GRADUATE STUDENT-SHARE 3 bedroom3 bath house with 2 junior dental students. Washerdryer, fireplace, near University MaU, lots of privacy. $133.33 month and 'A utilities. 967-1240 after 6 pm. ONE BEDROOM UNFURNISHED APARTMENT available to sublease. $234.00 per month plus utilities. Located on J and C bus routes. CaU 933-7791 for sale WINSTON DORM CONTRACT FOR sale. Great location. Buyer must be female. CaU 929-5150 between 5 and 7 pm. Ask for Laura or Barbara. FOR SALE: McIVER CONTRACT. Triple room with two great roommates. CaU Beth at 933-1921. MORRISON CONTRACT FOR SALE. Female. Fastastic roommate! Must seU immediately!! Unbelievable price. CaU Susan 933-5831. OLD EAST CONTRACT FOR Sale! Reduced rate on con tract offered. Must sell! 967-8530. FEMALE DOUBLE MORRISON CONTRACT for sale great suitemates! Good price. Don't wait caU 933-4051 NOW! MALE CONNOR DORM CONTRACT for sale. Cheap. Great location. Call Michael at 942-5955. POLICE TICKETS-GREAT SEATS, Sat, Feb. 11th, Greensboro call after 5:00 pm 967-9333. NORTH CAMPUS FEMJE HOUSING contract for sale immediately. Alexander dorm. Price negotiable. Loft already in room if wanted. CaH Janet 933-7751, or 1-578-3121 after 6 pm. HINTONJamescontractl30offloft Keith 967-4768. CRAIGE DORM CONTRACT FOR sale. Price very negotiable. Penthouse suite, great roommate. CaU Steve 929-1933. OLD CAMPUS FEMALE HOUSING contract for sale. Great location. 402 Ruffin. CaU Judith at 1-732-7641. NEED TO TRADE 2 good Police tickets for Sat 11th Feb. for 2 on Fri. 10th. Call Nigel 929-6220 before 9 am or even ing. FOR SALE: VTVTTAR 3500 DEDICATED flash with Module for Minolta Camera $50.00. CaU Pam 933-4584. POLO SHIRTS, STRIPES & SOLIDS, - $14. Polo Rugby Shirts $20. Esprit & Beverly Hills Polo Club Sweatshirts $13. LaCoste Style Duck shirts $12. An First Quality. 929-9556. North Carolina Federation of College Democrats' WINTER SEMINAR 9:00- 9:45 Breakfast 10:00-11:45 Seminars on National Defense and Environment 12:00-1:15- 1:00 Lunch 2:30 Seminars on Party Organization & Lobbying 4:45 Gubernatorial Candidates Forum Reception 3:00- 5:00 Jan. 21st CAROLINA UNION Everyone is welcome and Everything is FREE State ana- Nation The Associated Press BEIRUT, Lebanon Two men with a silencer-equipped pistol killed the president of the American Univer sity of Beirut in the hallway outside his campus office Wednesday. The coroner said Malcolm Kerr died instantly from a bullet in the head. An anonymous telephone caller said a pro-Iranian group called Jihad Islami, or Islamic Holy War, was responsible for the slaying. The caller demanded that U.S. and French troops in the multinational force leave Lebanon "or we will shake the earth under their feet." U.S. special Middle East envoy Donald Rumsfeld arrived from Israel shortly after the killing and met for five hours with President Amin Gemayel. State radio said they discussed ways of easing tensions in Lebanon. STOCKHOLM, Sweden Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko delivered a blistering attack on U.S. -iFeir sale' 3-Piece Wool Blend Suits 2-FER s258 Reg. $268 each 9? Wool Blend Suits 2-FER s258 Reg. $250 each Corduroy Sport Coats 2-FER $78 Reg. $95 each Wool Blend Suits FER s358 Reg. $350 each W 0) Jordache Worsted Wool Slacks 2-FER s65 Reg. $65 each 3-Piece Wool Suits 2-FER $348 A eg. $350 each 16S E. Franklin st. Downtown CtiapelHW; Hour Mon.-Sat 1O6S0, Sun. 1-5; Phone 968-440S Free vaHdated Parking Cupboards also m Charlotte Greensboro ALTERATIONS AT COST. SEE HOW EASY IT S TO BE BETTER DRESSED FOR LESS! Classified ad may be placed at the, JTUjaBQSOmailed to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Cfiapel HillTNei27514. MUST SELL ONE FEMALE CONTRACT fai Ehringhaus Dorm. Great roommate, great suite, great price. Call 933 5392 anytime. POLICE TICKETS, Friday Feb. 10. evenl avaoabta, 933-8415. bast offer. roommates NEEDED: CHRISTIAN WOMAN TO share 2 bedroom Kingswood Apartment V rent utilities. Call 929-3547. NEEDED IMMEDIATELY. MALE ROOMMATE to share master bedroom and bath of Bolinwood Apartment V4 rent and utilities. CaU 933-9203. FEMALE NONSMOKING FAIRLY studious roommate to share room in Kingswood Apt Room furnished with bed. . $105 plus 'A utilities. CaU 967-9516. RESPONSIBLE MALE WANTED TO Gil vacant room in 3 bedroom fully carpeted house. FuUy furnished except your room. Rent $125.00 Vt utilities if interested caU 967-5001 after 5:00. NONSMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED, preferably student to share master bedroom of Bolin wood Apt. $95mo. plus Vi utilities. Available immedi ately. CaU 942-8036. rides NEEDED! RIDE TO AND from Atlanta this weekend. Light traveller and wiU pay for ride. CaU 933-5252. Thanx. STUDENT NEEDS A RIDE in afternoon to Northgate MaU area (Durham) between 4:30-5:00 pm. Will pay gas. CaU Debbie Sugg 477-1441 or 962-7553. I NEED A RIDE to High Point after 2:00 pm Friday. Jan. 20th. Will pay $5.00. Please can Rena at 929-8118. RIDE NEEDED to and from Charlotte this weekend. Can leave any time after 2 on Friday. Please caU 933-5247. RIDE NEEDED TO KNOXVUXE this weekend. Win help drive and pay for gas. Can leave anytime. CaU 933-2456 as soon as possible. personals SKI NEARBY OR REFRESH your spirits by the fireside. No interruptions except those you want at MOUNTAIN BROOK COTTAGES, the Getaway Place. $110 weekend for 2. $130 weekend for 4. 704 5864329. THE GRAD STUDENTS OF HiUel are sponsoring a brunch and organizational meeting on Sunday, January 27,- The brunch wiU be held at 11 am, followed by a meeting to plan the semesters activities at noon. Cost for the brunch, $3 non-members, $2 members. It will be held at the HiUel house 210 W. Cameron. For more in formation call 942-4057. TIM D. P. THANKS for a wonderful time at home. N.J. is a long way away and I sure miss you. Good luck wrestling! Love JLH. Why a Typeset Resume? Because you want everything to look sharp at your interview. MERIDIAN LINES (above Henderson St. Bar) 968-0324 Mandatory Club Meeting 6:30 pm Room 335 School of Public Health (Rosenau Hall) Across from Health Sci. Library. Bring $20 dues check and commitment to tourhost. E. i policies Wednesday, but in a private meeting later he and Secretary of State George P. Shultz appeared to make headway toward better relations. It was the first high-level contact between the superpowers sLrjce U.S.-Soviet arms talks broke off last November. U.S. officials said "the discussion was a good one" and pro gress was made over a broad range of unspecified issues. WINSTON-SALEM The na tion's chief justice Wednesday con-, sidered a request to end secret jury selection in the Klan-Nazi trial as the Supreme Court ruled in another case that the public has a right to view jury questioning. Meanwhile, jury selection con tinued behind closed doors in the trial of nine Ku Klux Klansmen and neo Nazis accused of violating the civil rights of five Communist Workers Party members shot to death in Greensboro in 1979. Eight North Carolina newspapers have asked Chief Justice Warren Burger to halt the proceedings. Newspaper attorneys said they ex pected a ruling soon. In a California case, the Supreme Court rules unanimously that the con stitutional right of reporters and the public to attend criminal trials extends to jury selection. Choose a suit, a sport coat, or siacxs select another get both at a special "2-Fer" price! Harris Tweed Sportcoats 2-FER s248 Reg. $245 each Winthrop & Wales Shetland Wool Sport Coats 2-FER s178 Reg. $195 each Prince Ferrari Dress Shirts 2-FER s20 Reg. $22.50 each Shetland Wool Crew Necks 2-FER s36 Reg. $40 each Group Dress & Sport Shirts SQ90 Reg. to $45 3 Clotting Cupboarb BREAK YOUR NEW YEARS raaohrtioM at ZBTa H-casapas. Ham, Jaa. 19 ltat lag STRATUS, Party Baa atop atx Whftaaaad. GraavilU, NCNB Plaza. Mdvar, mmd Cobb. THE WORD FOR THE DAY is ImPOtent I don't know how if s spelled, but rU use it in a sentence now. The doctor told the poor man he was ImPOtent," to he went home and dressed up in a tuxedo. Signed: Kensington W. the Third. FORMER MX. (a.k-a. "Moa," "Mix Davis." ate): Happy birthday cat araak lata! Yoa kaow I aavar coald do aaytUaa oa daadllaw, Mfaa yoa. Artsy Oaa. WELL I, MISS SAPPHIRE OLIVIA JOHNSON, just wanted to say hi. But 1 am not at aU wefl and TO teU ya why. Yesterday the rain came down and ruined my new doo. And aB the mud and water ruined my new spike shoes, too. Putting myself together yesterday was really such a chore. In France, when aU this happens, they usually say, Zut alhorsT MIKE YOU'RE STILL the most normal person Tve met on an airplane. Thanks for helping me get home. Joyce. ANN S: Happy 21st Birthday! You're the best roomie ever! Thanks for all you've done. Have a great day! Love, Beth. CAROLINA STUDENTS FOR RUFUS EDMISTEN present a special showing of commercials and documentaries filmed on UNC campus tonight 7:00 in Union. AU interested per sons welcome. PUPPIES! Jaat at taaa far ValaatWa Day. Motbar Eagfssh Sattar-fatbar local Bo o. Baaattfal wrfctaxn. fcaa to good boisa. pick ap tba pboaa aad atvo ao a caB at 9S3-8782 to HEY DUDE: Do you remember: December 4th, study i lounges, the Holiday Inn, long-distant phone calls, and many other fun times together (study breaks)? You arc ' my best friend and so much more. Maybe IH get my slow dance and maybe not but as long as I have you 111 be happy. By the way, where'd you get those hickies? Bet you get lots more! Never know whatll pop up. George. Send a LOVE LINE to your Valentine in the Daily Tar Heel personals. Deadline Feb. 8 5 pm Freeze Movement Dead? NO WAY!!! S.T.A.N.D. Meeting in Union 7:00 Tonight Mr. Gatti's Pizza Delivery. We need delivery drivers. Excellent pay. Base pay plus commission. Day or Night hours. You need your own car. Call 968-8888 or 968-8621. nitty .-JSS

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