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H 2The Daily Tar HeelFriday, January unt responds to Helms' filing The Associated Press . RALEIGH Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C, should concentrate more on campaign issues and less on attacking potential op ponents for his Senate seat, Gov. Jim Hunt said Thursday. Hunt, expected to declare his candidacy for Helms' seat in February, said at his weekly press conference that he was "disappointed" at comments male by the conservative incum bent after he filed for his third term on Wednesday. "It came across to me as an attack on me," Hunt said. "I hope that's not typical of the kind of campaign he will run." Helms accused Hunt, a Democrat, of hiding behind a battery of press aides and refusing to take stands on key issues. But Hunt responded Thursday that it was Helms who was avoiding the issues. ESPN ACC region and on ESPN elsewhere in the country. This year Raycom planned to pro-" duce 38 games for local and regional television and 21 games for Season Ticket. In addition, 13 ACC games are being televised nationally. "Everyone's intentions with this ,were' good," Swofford said. "We were trying to give viewers who wanted to a chance to see more games." "We would like to show every game on commercial television, but that's not possible," he added. "We have 38 games on local and regional TV and I think we've reach ed a saturation point." Swofford said it was difficult to televise more than 38 games primarily because most television stations were network affiliates and . MJAlllo ilD l II I inn , fflAiPiPTffl 7 Days A Week 10 pm 'til 1 ai Present your student ID for these drink specials Doubles 82.25 Large Beer 81.00 lo "ilia tpiVptVt'- AIXABC 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 5C 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 in RTP area Interested tai attending a peri odic, informal discussion group in electron microscopy please caD 248-4135 for further information. 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. DO YOU WANT THE chance to work abroad for up to 18 months on an internship? If possible with AIESEQ Come and hear more about this international organiza tion on Monday, January 23 at 7.-00, Carolina Union. I DRIES SHAH: GOLDEN RULE . 'Do to others as you would have them do to you.' Traditional philosophy has so deteriorated over the centuries that people have come to re gard this trick-statement as a piece of advice It was originally intended to , make people think. They were expected to react by asking why ' it should be a good policy, con - sidering that most people want the wrong things for them selves. i Reflections ic:mc?oi!VJI io Octagon Press $7.95 or piomptly by mall from ISHK look Service, Dept C-1 PO Bo 176. to AJtov CA 94022 20, 1984 "What was said that's going to help the people about those jobs that we have to have more of? That's a big issue. People neH ;rb! " Hunt w'ui 'Farmers are in trouble. Farmers home foreclosures on farms in this state are at an all-time record level. They've just cut the heck out of our tobacco program in terms of what we can grow and sell." Hunt said high interest rates needed to be controlled and that more should be done for the elderly and the schools. "Those are the problems of real people ... and I think all the candidates ought to be addressing them," he said. Helms, 62, has opposed abortion and busing to achieve desegregation while backing prayer in public schools. He also advocates a strong national defense and opposed a national holiday honoring slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. From page 1 could preempt only a limited number of regular network programming, especially dur ing prime-time hours when most games were played. Raycom Vice President Haines said his firm had tried to include a few of the better games in the Season Ticket package to attract more viewers. Apparently, this marketing strategy was not as successful as Raycom had anticipated. The 70 local cable companies which carried Season Ticket reported earlier in the season that only 1 percent of their cable audiences had subscribed to the service. Woody Durham, WCHL sports director and long-time UNC sports broadcaster, said he thought the low number of subscribers and no Wine by the glass 01.00 FREE TACO BAR Check for our Daily Specials 4415 Chapel Hill Blvd. (919) 286-RIBS BECOME A PROFESSIONAL! JOIN the theatre. Student supporting players organizational meeting Jan. 23 at 7:00 in Union. INTERESTED IN SUPPORTING A progressive candidate for Lt Governor? Meet Carl Stewart 9 am Saturday, January 26th at breakfast in the Union preceding the winter seminar. For more info call Mike Nelson at 967-7218. lost & found FOUND LADIES GOLD WATCH by Caldwell bldg. Can 933-8452 and describe watch. Ask for Marc or George. LOST GKEEN CHECKBOOK NEAR Mclver Friday. If kmmd, picas call 933-6102 aaytfaM after 4 pes. Tfcaaks! REWARD FOR RETURN OF birthstone ring lost in student bookstore. Aquamarine stone, small size, sentimental value. Call 933-1404. . LOST: A STRING OF pearls between the Art Building and Graham. Not worth much except for sentimental value, ft found, please call Maria at 933-0446. FOUND: PEARL NECKLACE IN parking lot by Old East. Call 9334253 and ask for Ken to identify. FOUND: BRACELET AT STUDENT STORE. CaU 942-5460. 2-9 pm. 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 fat good general health. Smokers and non-smokers needed. Please call Dr. Robert Chapman or Dr. Robyn Tepper at 541-3804 (days); 942-3912 (nights). Please tell your friends. BLACK MALES BLACK FEMALES $45 wUl b paid to hoJtfay aoa-mokera 18-35. who coaqplete mm EPA breathing study oa the UNC caaapna. For asors info please cail 966-1253. Moaday-Friday S aas-5 pas. AIRLINES ARE HIRING! FLIGHT attendants reserva tJonistst $14-39,000. Worldwide! Call for Directory. Guide, Newsletter. (916) 944-4440 Ext. UNORTHCAROUNAIR. Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates Forum -Rufus Edmisten -Lauch Faircloth -Tom Gilmore -Jimmy Green -John Ingram -Eddie Knox Sat., Jan. 21st 3 pm Union Auditorium Sponsored by UNC Young Democrats the lawsuits could be attributed to the intro duction of the service before ESPN had the capability to offer the games on another chan nel without interrupting regular ESPN pro gramming. Swofford added that he thought the athletic directors would consider the reaction of fans and alumni more carefully if a package similar to Season Ticket is ever offered again. He said that the Season Ticket package grew out of an idea to have a regional ACC sports channel which would include revenue as well as non-revenue sports. Assistant commissioner Francis said such a channel was a possibility for the future. MAJOR CKErrCAKS ACCEPTED 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. 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, white-water canoeing and tripping are extras fat our excellent program. For further in ' formation write or catt G. William Climer, Jr., Director, Camp Thunderbird, Route 7. Box 50, Clover, S.C., 29710 (803-831-2121). CRUISESHIPS ARE HIRING! $16-$30.000! Carribean, Hawaii. World. CaU for Guide, Directory, Newsletter M916) 944-4440 Ext UNORTHCAROUNACRU1SE. 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. CaD Tommy at 968-4752 or 968-9007 after 5:00. COUNSELORS: FOR BOYS CAMP fai 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 awUtkma this Sun day, Jan. 22, in Hill Hall. The Clefs, an exciting group of acapeUa singers, specialize in tenorbass close harmonies: barbershop, fifties, and contemporary. We practice twice a week and well tour the Ivy League over Spring Break. AudJ : tiorts begin at 1:00 pm and last until 3:00 pm (so you won't miss any of the Super BowD) 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 )ob well done. This position entails administrative duties, typing, computer operations and some computer programming. Mkro-conv ' puter experience is a definite plus, but will train the right per son. CaU Futurehouse Inc. at 9674)861 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 perisistent, self-motivated, and enjoy people, the Village Cable subscription sales team has a place for you. Experience is not necessary, training provided. CaU Peggy Shearon at 968-4631. r Fresh Flowers $2.00 Offdoz. with ad Longstem Roses $9.95doz. Sweetheart Roses $5.95doz. Carnations $5.95doz. Calf ahead and reserve your flowers, boutonieres, or corsages Good thru Jan. 25 Greenhouse Hours: 8-5:30 Daily 11-5:30 Sunday 489-3893 orte I I 3 All locations open every Sunday University Mall 967-8568 Northgate 286-1860 state and Nation The Associated Press OSLO, Norway Secretary of State George P. Shultz vowed Thursday that the United States would maintain its "willpower and self-confidence" while seeking new opportunities for negotia tion on arms control with the Soviet Union. Shultz said at the wind-up of a five day European trip he had "nothing positive to report" after his five-hour meeting in Stockholm on Wednesday with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko on breaking the deadlock in the negotiations. But Shultz also indicated the Soviets may be getting ready to reopen East West talks on limiting conventional forces in Europe. These negotiations, called Mutual and Balanced Force Re ductions, focus on the troops stationed in Europe by NATO and the Warsaw ' Pact. WASHINGTON Personal income rose 3.2 percent in 1983 after sub tracting taxes and inflation, a six-fold improvement over recession-wracked ' 1982, the Commerce Department said Thursday. ' x ' Both government and private econo mists said the increase in Americans' disposable income reflected the coun try's healthy economic recovery in 1983, WINNER! 1981 Pulitzer Prize N.Y Drama Critics Circle Award Hft" "A "gham T--nm!- DO Face it you've always wanted to fly! Many of us have had the feeling . and for some it has never gone away. ' If you have that feeling, then youre in luck. Air Force R0TC Flight Instruction Program (FIP) is available to you. It's designed to teach you the basics of flight through flying lessons in small aircraft at a civilian operated m flying school. , i ' r Vfr v r, The program is an EXTRA for cadets who can qualify to become' Ait Force pilots through Air Force R0TC. s Taken during the senior year in college. FIP is the first step for the cadet who is going on to Air Force jet pilot training after graduation. This is all reserved for the cadet who wants to get ROTC Gateway to a great woy of RESUME WRITING SEMINAR JANUARY 25. 1984 at 7:00 p.m. 1601 Hillsborough St in Raleigh, To register call (1) 892-1361 collect. Learn how to write your own resume and survive interviews. COUNSELORS, OVER 19 WHO tike to have fun and make fun at unique overnight boys' summer camp in Penna. Able . to Instruct either one of following: watersafety, waterskiing, boating, soccer, basketball, arts and crafts, rockclimbing, rifiery, ham radio, rocketry, science, archery, track, tennis, golf, photography, pioneering, or general athletics. Write: Camp Director, 138 Red Rambler Drive, Lafayette Hill, Pa. 19444. services YOGA ITS A QUESTION of Joy! The Yoga Place, 452 W. Franklin, will begin its 10th year Jan. 16 offering 8 classes for beginning and advanced students. For infor mation call, 967-9686 for the joy! GIVE US A SPIN! The Buzz Brothers will D J your next party for $75. CaU us at 929-2587. ABORTION TO IS WEEKS. $185. Private and con fidential GYN Facility with Saturday and evening ap pointments available. Pain medication given. Free pregnancy tests. 942-0824. READY TO PARTY IN 1984? Let E.J. & Company rock your party. Four hours of non-stop jam for only $125. CaU Andy Pittman at 967-8871. for rent PARKING SPACES FOR RENT close to campus. CaU Joseph's 942-4058. GRADUATE STUDENT-SHARE 3 bedroom3 bath house with 2 junior dental students. Washerdryer, fireplace, near University Mall, lots of privacy. $133.33month and Vi 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 MORRISON CONTRACT FOR SALE. Female. Fastastic roommate! Must sell immediately!! Unbefievable price. Call 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 -call 933-4051 NOW! POLICE TICKETS-GREAT SEATS, Sat, Feb. 11th, Greensboro-call after 5:00 pm 967-9333. 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 9683888 or 9683621. but some warned that 1984 won't pre sent so rosy a picture. The 3.2 percent increase compared to a puny 0.5 percent rise in 1982. Helping the rise was the final round of personal income tax cuts in July and the surge in employment as 4 million more Americans found jobs during the year. .Also, incomes were not battered by high inflation. For all of 1983, consumer"" prices are expected to be up only 3.2 percent. BEIRUT, Lebanon Schools and universities shut down in a rare display of Moslem-Christian unity Thursday and guns around Beirut were silent as the city mourned the slain president of the American University of Beirut. Police said investigators had worked up a composite sketch, based on wit nesses' descriptions, of one of two men who gunned down Malcolm Kerr as he stepped out of an elevator to his third floor campus office Wednesday. In the Akkar region north of Tripoli in Syrian-occupied northern Lebanon, police reported four people killed and 14 wounded in clashes between local militias. NEW YORK Former Sen. Har rison A. Williams Jr., the first senator in 59 years to be convicted of crimes in office, lost two last-minute court efforts Thursday to delay the start of a three year sentence for his Abscam convic tion. Only hours after a federal judge declined to stay the start of Williams' BROADWAY ON TOUR Tonight Hp L Li rn EES YOU WANT TO FLY? his life off the ground: with Air Force silver pilot 7T) ThlTTTYrfsP wings. Check it out today. yjlALSH& XVV , I J Pilot Selections Being Made Now. Don't Wait At New Location in life. Classified ad may be placed at the DTH office or mailed to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. NORTH CAMPUS FEMALE HOUSING contract for sale immediately. Alexander dorm. Price negotiable. Loft already in room if wanted. Call Janet 933-7751, or 1-578-3121 after 6 pm. HINTONJamescontractl30offloft. K e 1 1 h 967-4768. CRA1GE 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. Call Judith at 1-732-7641. NEED TO TRADE 2 good Police tickets for Sat 11th Feb. for 2 on Fri. 10th. CaU Nigel 929-6220 before 9 am or even ing. FOR SALE: VTvTTAR 3500 DEDICATED flash with Module for Minolta Camera $50.00. Call Pam 933-4584. POLO SHIRTS, STRIPES & SOLIDS, - $14. Polo Rugby Shirts $20. Esprit & Beverly Hills Polo Club Sweatshirts - $13. LaCoste Style Duck shirts $12. AO First Quality. 929-9556. MORRISON FEMALE CONTRACT FOR ale. 2nd Boor location and great roommate. Price very reduced. If interested please call Stacey at 929-9318. ALL CAMBRIDGE DIET PRODUCTS available. Contact: Gwen Swanson 489-3523. BEAT THE BOOKSTORE! BOXES of 10 diskettes $29.95. Mailed free. Check, Visa, MC. Classical Computing, PO Box 3318. Chapel HOI 27514. DORM SIZE FRIDGE. ONLY 3 months old! Still under war ranty. $75 negot CaU Nancy 872-3120 (hi Raleigh) after 5 pm. ".."-"'' GRANVILLE SOUTH FEMALE ROOM contract for sale. Price very negotiable. Must sell Call 933-8442 leave message. roommates FEMALE NON-SMOKING FAIRLY studious roommate to share room in Klngswood Apt. Room furnished with bed. SI 05 phis V utilities. CaU 967-9516. WANTED: NON-SMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATE to share 2 bedroom Kingswood Apt furnished except your bedroom furniture. Rent 87.25 a month V utilities call 929-3557. WALK TO CAMPUS THIS semester! Female roommate needed for Northampton Plaza Apt Rent f 150 per month In cluding utilities. Call 968-0415! Prefer non-smoker. Available immediately! rides STUDENT NEEDS A RIDE in afternoon to Northgate Mall area (Durham) between 4:30-5:00 pm. Will pay gas. Call Debbie Sugg 477-1441 or 962-7553. Capture your Valentine's Heart with Daily Tar Heel personals. Deadline Feb. 8 o pm sentence at a Pennsylvania federal prison, a three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan also denied the stay. "We've considered all the ap propriate factors and we are denying the motion," said Judge Wilfred Feinberg, chief judge of the federal appeals court. RICHMOND, Va. The civil rights trial of nine Ku Mux Klansmen and Nazis meets thejeriteria outlined by the U.S. Supreme Court for closing jury selection proceedings to the public, a federal appeals court said Thursday. The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a 17-page opinion explaining its ruling Monday. The court upheld U.S. District Court f Judge Thomas Flannery's order barring' reporters and the public from his questioning of potential jurors for the Winston-Salem trial. Lawyers representing eight North Carolina newspapers that challenged the judge's order have filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court to have the decision reversed. Chief Justice Warren Burger has yet to rule on the petition. NEW YORK Cotton futures No. 2 closed $ 1 .25 a bale lower to $ 1 .25 higher Thursday. The average price for strict low mid dling 1 & 1-16 inch spot cotton declined 10 points to 70.97 cents a pound Wednesday for the eight markets, ac cording to the New York Cotton Ex change. . Friday & Saturday January 20, 21 8:30 pm Memorial Hall 4:30 Matinee on Saturday. Tickets at Union Box Office 962-1449 Monday & Friday 12:00-6 pm and at the door. . See Capt. Parker Chase Hall or Call 962-2074 RIDE NEEDED TO WASHINGTON D.C. Jan. 27-Please help! li gas plus good conversation. CaU MarceUa 9334793. personals NLB-I LOVE YOU! KPE 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. 704 586-4329. THE GRAD STUDENTS OF HlDel are sponsoring a brunch and organizational meeting on Sunday, January 22. The brunch wttl 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, h will be held at the HiOel house 210 W. Cameron. For more in formation caU 942-4057. J PUPPIES! Jaet fa tfafto for ValearWs Day. Mother Eagftsh Settee-father local Roasoo. BaasuJftd saasUstga, free to good hoesee. pick sip tfc phostt mm mm m caB at 933-8782 to a alert voter pappy today. PAUL Y.: HAPPY 18th BIRTHDAY curie! Never forget someone here In Chapel HU1 loves you with all her , heart me! "Be goodT I Love you Beth. LOOTER (OR SHOULD I say Pooter?!) Listen Raggedy Ann, As soon us you snag Raggedy Andy lor the formal, lose yourself to feeling as did I! Hell teach you "meny theens," I'm . sure! Gloria. ANDREA D., THERE'S JUST Something about you. DO FERRETS EAT PARROTS? Hello, this Is still not a supernatural being of any conceivable type (so don't censor this vital message). LP. though the issue may still be moot and I'm not taking anything for granted, you've made the past two plus years the best of my We and I hope that we have many many more yet to come. I'm looking toward to D.C. I Love You! BuL CONGRATS TO 2ND FLOOR Wkaatoa. mom ol Um worfafs mmt Krfette! TO MY SISTER BIG FACE and her friend Rinktum Ditty. Hope you have a fantastic ttme in the "Big Blue" If not then Boo Boo Kitty to your facet I love you Misty. Wendy aka Peanut Head. WINSTEAD INSTEAD. . duck Cluck Cluck MALCOLM i.l WELL, YOUVE come of age (finally!) next tune vsH order a bottle of champagne at the supper house to celebrate. Here's to Chinquapin's favorite son. Happy birthday dariln: Cordelia. fix PAY YOU WELL to wait for tickets with me Satur day for the Georgia Tech game. I need the ticket for the Georgia Tech game. I need the ticket for a friend. You must have a student I.D. and athletic pass, of course. If interested, call Suzanne 968-0280. To the sOB who pinched my aw Tuesday nighl al He's Not Here. Hope your fool's OK. Be Smart. Look Sharp. Take a typeset resume with you when interviewing. MERIDIAN LINES (above Henderson St. Bar) 968-0324 fcpfc,,,aiiW)il.aM

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