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2The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, September 5, 1984
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RALEIGH A Superior Court
judge delayed action yesterday on a
motion by the National Rifle Associ
ation which challenges the constitution
ality of state laws regulating political
action groups and lobbyists.
Jim Blackburn, a Raleigh attorney
representing the NRA, and Wake
District Attorney Randolph Riley said
Judge Donald Smith asked them to
gether additional legal information,
which they would not describe.
Smith did not set a time for hearing
arguments on five NRA motions to
dismiss the charges or set aside the
The NRA seeks to set aside the
indictment because it did not act as a
political committee, but as a non-profit
corporation, and to dismiss the charges
because they restrict the NRA's First
Amendment right to free expression,
and because they are too vague.
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NRA motion delayed
The charges stem from a mailing by
the NRA's Institute for Legislative
Action to its 58,000 members in North
Carolina urging them not to support
gubernatorial candidate Eddie Knox in
the May 8 primary.
Knox, former Charlotte mayor, was
the top finisher in the first primary but
was defeated by Attorney General
Rufus Edmisten in the June 5 Demo
If convicted, the NRA could be fined
between $ 100 and $5,000 and its officers
imprisoned for up to one year.
State campaign reporting laws pro
hibit corporations, labor unions, pro
fessional associations and insurance
companies from making contributions
or expenditures on behalf of or in
opposition to any political candidate.
Such groups may, however, com
municate with employes, stockholders
or members and their families. The
controversy focuses on what may be
contained in those communications.
FOR YOUR LIFE
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, oH 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 967797. 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.
THE YOGA PLACE win offer 2 fail mmmm
Sept. 3-Oct. 25 aad Oct. 29-Dec. 20 with 8
admit aad 2 childrca's classes. For iaforaatioa
cafl 967-9686. It's a qaestioa of joy! 452 W.
Franklia St. siace 1975.
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 wiO fee
paid to healthy oawsaaohers, age 18-35 who
complete mm EPA breathias atady oa UNC cam
pas. Please call 966-1253 MoadayFriday 8am-
PHOTOGRAPHERS, LETS START developing something!
The First Carolina Photography club meeting will be held
at the Union at 7pm on Wednesday, Sept. 5. This is an
important meeting for all those interested in joining the club.
Why a Typeset Resume?
Because you want everything
to look sharp at your interview.
(above Henderson St. Bar) 968-0324
ALPHA KAPPA PSI
and Industrial Re
lations Majors Welcome
Rush tables set up
at the Union and
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
CAMPUS Y I
Y Horizons, o
Sept. 5 and 6th,
In the Pit
From 10:30 to 2:30
Get involved in k
something worthwhile ?
A representative group of 40
UNC Students chosen to host
students from University of
Toronto in November and to
represent Carolina at U. of T.
in January, 1985...
Sharing in an exchange of ideas,
a comparison of cultures and a
celebration of international
Applications Available Aug.
31st Carolina Union
The NRA argues that it may talk with
membersabout any subject. The statec
ontends that such communications may
involve nonpartisan registration, get-out-the-vote
campaigns or to establish
and solicit contributions to a separate
fund to be used for political purposes.
In its letters to North Carolina
members, the NRA said Knox advo
cated handgun control while a state
senator in 1 974. The group also enclosed
a bumper sticker that said, lf Knox
wins, you lose."
Knox introduced a bill that would
have required handgun owners to have
a permit when carrying a pistol away
from home or office. Lawmakers never
voted on the bill.
Knox said the bill was designed to
control the abuse of "Saturday night
He asked the state Board of Elections
to review the case and take action
against the NRA. The board decided
the NRA probably had violated a state
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.
THE UNC SCUBA CLUB'S fall meeting is on Wed.
Sept .5 at 7:00pm in 304 of Woolen Gym. Come dive
POLP POLO. You saw it in the Olympics-now you can play!
UNC water polo club organizational meeting tonight at the
Union. Spm-no experience needed-team the sport of the
eighties! Polo. Polo. Polo. Polo.
O.B.T. MEMBERS! Get psyched for a picnic Sept.
10, 1984. Meet at the Alumni House parking lot at
5:45pm. O.B.T. provides the food, you provide the fun.
FIELD HOCKEY CLUB meeting Thurs. Sept. 6th at 4:00
on E"haus field. This first meeting is important. Anyone who
is interested is welcome!
COME HEAR WHITE HOUSE STAFF member Don Divine
Thurs. Sept. 6th at 3:30 in room 226 of the Union.
TOTAL FINANCIAL PLANNING: For stocks, bonds, IRA's,
Annuities, Custodial Accounts and Tax-advantaged
investments, call Mike Strong, Prudential-Backe Securities
in the Courtyard, 942-0895.
SCOTTISH HIGHLAND DANCING, session beginning
September 20th. Beginner and advanced 'dancers welcome.
Call Anne Stapteton 942-8303 or David Coulter 942-8257.
ALPHA KAPPA PSI Professional Business Fraternity invites
all Business, Econ. and Industrial Relations majors to rush.
Sign-up tables in Union and Carroll Hafl beginning Sept.
4th 11:00am to 3:00pm.
WHAT HAS 74 ARMS and legs, entertains itself well on
bus rides of more than 24 hours and lives off the money
it reaps from doughnut sales, raffle tickets and sordid party
donations? The Toronto Exchange. Applications available
August 31 and must be turned in by Sept. 7th.
ABORTION to 20 weeks. Private and confidential GYN
office with Saturday and evening appointments available.
FREE Pregnancy Tests. 942-0824.
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call 967-4273 for info.
NOW HIRING delivery personnel.
Good earnings, flexible hours. Run
ners average $5-$7 per hour. Call
929-31 92 or come by 401 W.Franklin
Just weeks before its NY opening:
A New Musical About
3 Stand-Up Comics
Sept. 9 - Sept. 23
Discount Preview Sat. Sept, 8
Paul Green Theatre
Call PlayMakers: 962-1121
Charge by Phone
The Media Board
is now accepting
positions on the
From Staff and Wire Reports
TORONTO Brian Mulroney
led Canada's Progressive Conserva
tive Party to a landslide victory over
Liberal Prime Minister John Turner
in yesterday's elections, giving them
a parliamentary majority for the first
time in 26 years.
Mulroney won election to the
Parliament easily in northeastern
Quebec, and his Conservative col
leagues won or led in more than 140
other districts, with votes still
uncounted in the western provinces,
where the Conservatives are tradi
In the four east coast provinces,
the Conservatives defeated three
incumbent Liberal Cabinet ministers
and took 25 of the 32 seats, com
pared to only 13 in the 1980 election.
The Conservatives also made
sweeping gains in Liberal strongh
olds in Ontario and Quebec, guaran
teeing a majority of the 282 seats in
Parliament for Prime Minister-elect
Mulroney. Both national television
networks projected that the Conser
vatives would win close to 200 seats.
The Conservatives last won a
similar sweep in 1958, under John
Diefenbaker. The Liberals have been
in control for all but nine months
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ASTHMATICS NEEDED! $120 will be paid upon
coaspletioa of an EPA breathias atady oa the UNC
campas. Time commitment is aboat 241 hoars. To
sjaalify yoa mast be a healthy, aoa-smokias
asthmatic white male, age 18-35. Please call Dr.
Doaald Horstmao at 541-3804, MoadayFriday,
LATE NIGHT OWLS needed for part time employment.
Shift premium and meals.. Apply in person at Burger King,
205 E. Franklin St. between 3-5 p.m.
PART TIME EMPLOYEES needed for all shifts, day and
night job opportunities with meal benefits. Apply in person
at Burger King, 205 E. Franklin between 3-5 p.m.
CAN YOUR SMILE BE HEARD ON THE PHONE?
If you are articulate, enthusiastic and like a challenge,
you can help yourself and Carolina. Earn $3.35hour,
plus bonus opportunities by calling alumni for The
Carolina Fund. Two select teams of 30 students will
make calls two evenings per week (Mon. and Wed. or
Tues. and Thurs.), 7-9:30pm, starring Oct. 17. at "Phone
Power" facility in Hanes HaB. For interview appointment
call 962-4514, 9am-5pm. Affirmative actionequal
YOUTH BALLET INSTRUCTOR Part-time, temporary:
teach Weds 2:30-5:30, Sept 26-Nov 14. Prefer exper. $6.25
hour. Apply by Sept 12: Chapel Hill ParksRecreation, 200
Plant Road. EOAAE.
WANTED HELP WITH ROUTINE HOUSEWORK. Half
day twice a month. Time flexible. One mile from Bus. 942
6926. ADVANCED GRADUATE STUDENT NEEDED as pro
gram assistant in "WOMEN'S STUDIES". 15hrsweek for
1-2 academic" year committment. Submit Vita, recommen
dations. 202F Caldwell Hafl by Sept. 14.
WANT THE REWARD of a lifetime? The Umstead
Committee needs volunteers-no experience necessary!
We're meeting in the Union Sept. 5-6... the Y has details!!
GRADUATE STUDENTS: Part-time secretary
seeded for GPSF office. 8-10 hoars per week.
$3.50 hoar. Flexible hoars. Call 962-575.
20 DISCOUNT IN SEPT. with this ad. Experienced,
professional typist. Speedy, accurate and reliable. 967-1383.
MAKE MONEY BY MAIL. It is easier and more profitable
than you think. Check out this wonderful opportunity for
yourself. Send a self -addressed stamped, envelope for free
details to P.O. Box 15 Carrboro, N.C. 27510.
WANTED: HEALTHY MALES to participate in an alcohol
study. Must be age 19-30. Requires three lab visits of 8
10 hours each. $75 will be paid on completion of study.
For information write, Mr. J. LaDine 1124 FLOB 231H,
UNC CH, Chapel HU1, N.C. 27514 or phone 919-966-1154.
SALES INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY valuable busi
ness experience for your resume as well as high income
potential. A major national financial corporation which is
rated best in its field in Fortaae magazine survey. Offers
college students and internship opportunity that can lead
to a career in management. For details and appointment
call Scott Hoffman after 1pm at 942-4187.
RAINBOW SOCCER COACHES WANTED
Folks who want spirited fun to coach RAINBOW SOCCER
teams this fall. RAINBOW, a most prestigious recreational
soccer league, is a wonderful way to make new friends and
integrate into the Chapel Hill community. Enthusiasm
encouraged, no experience necessary. Coaching Clinic on
Sat., Sept. 8, 10:30-Noon, at Rainbow Soccer Stadium.
Practices begin Sept. 10. Interested coaches should call 967
8797, or come by 500 W. Rosemary St., Noon-6pm.
Meet other diabetic students
Learn about your illness
Share ideas and concerns
X r group lur siuuciiis wuu v
diabetes begins Sept. 24.
Call 966-3658 before 921
for information and X
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SOCIALLY RELEVANT THEATRE
The STAGE a CHANGE THEATRE
ENSEMBLE is for you!!
(openings for actors, writers, di
rectors, publicity, fundraising)
Come to our organizational meeting
THURSDAY, SEPT. 6th at 7:30 p.m.
at the Community Resource Center
(behind Breadmen's Restaurant). For
more info call 929-5498. Leave
message on machine.
Mews in Brief
of the past 21 years, including 15
years under Pierre Elliott Trudeau.
With the western provinces still to
be heard from, the Conservatives
were getting 52 percent of the
national vote, to 34 percent for the
Liberals and 12 percent for the New
Democrats, Canada's socialist party.
Terror in South Africa
Africa Police firing rubber bullets
and tear gas yesterday drove off
crowds of looters and arsonists
plundering wrecked shops in three
black townships where rioting Mon
day killed 26 people.
More buildings were burned, but
the townships were comparatively
quiet yesterday, and no new casu
alties reported. As many as 300
injured had been reported during the
riots Monday, the worst black
violence in South Africa since the
1976 So weto uprising.
Police Commisioner Gen. Johan
Coetzee told the South African Press
Association there was "strong evi
dence" the unrest was being brought
Classified ad may be placed at
the DTH Carolina Union 065A,
SALES HELP NEEDED to start immediately. Part-time
in retail computer store. Saturdays, late afternoon, and
evenings. Approx. lOhrsweek. Opportunity for more hours
over holidays and summer. $5 per hour. Knowledge of Apple
or IBM Compatible Computers needed. If interested call
Ed at 493-5466.
UNC Students! Domino's Pizza is the perfect part-time job.
Being UNC's favorite pizza delivery company creates a large
number of job openings for drivers, phone persons, and pizza
makers. Drivers actually earn $7 $10 per hour while they
deliver pizzas and listen to their car stereos. It is also a
great way to meet people all across campus.
We know students have tight schedules, and that is why
we let you sign up for the times that you want to work.
Also Domino's Pizza employees get great deals on pizzas.
Go ahead, check and see how many checks you wrote to
Domino's Pizza last year!
Make your parents proud! Earn more money and spend
less on pizza by working for Domino's Pizza. So, if you
are 18 years or older, and have a car with insurance, contact
John Drake at 503 W. Rosemary St. or Neil Warren at 209
15-501 Bypass across from Eastgate Shopping Center. It
all makes such perfect sense.
COLLEGE STUDENT to care for 1 year old son in home
1-2 weekend days a month. Own transportation required.
$2.00hour 929-1616. V
STUDENT WHO WISHES house cleaning and who has own
transportation. Part-time only $5hour afternoons and
VARIOUS POSITIONS OPEN for 11:00-3:00 lunch shift.
Apply in person after 2:00 at Jordan's. Ask for Craig.
RESPONSIBLE STUDENT NEEDED Monday thru Friday
2:30 to 5:30 to take care of two active boys. Own
transportation required. 967-9167 evenings and weekends.
HELP WANTED Managers, cooks, counter people and
delivery personnel. Good pay, experience helpful. Please call
929-2425 during business hours or apply at Time -Out,"
PART TIME KITCHEN HELP NEEDED. Week nights and
weekends. The Fearrington House Restaurant 8 miles south
on Hwy 15-501. Contact Muskie. 967-7770.
USED FURNITURE, UNFINISHED FURNITURE
We have more than anyone in NC. Trading Post, South
Greensboro St., Carrboro, 942-2017.
GOOD SEATS AVAILABLE for UNC Navy Football
Game. Prices very reasonable. Call David at 942-5067.
THREE EXCELLENT QUALITY dorm sized carpets. One
large grey- $35. One large brown and tan-$35. One small
PYTHON FOR SALE 8 foot cuddly pet who loves television.
Appraised at $300 sell for $125. Call 942-2574.
FOR SALE Awesome toft for sale now! Good price! Call
now 933-4703. Ask for Stephanie.
lost and found
LOST: METAL FRAME photo-brown prescription glasses
in Woolen Gym-Student Union area on Monday 27th. Please
call 942-3076. REWARD.
$30 REWARD for the first person to return or describe
the location of the large, color karate poster which was
on the announcement cube in front of the Union. $10
for similar small poster which disappeared from Woolen
Gym.' Call David Coleman 966-3263 of Master Choi,
Phillips HaU, 159.
LOST GOLD BRACELET, three strands, rope chain. $100
reward if returned. Please call 933-3325 after 3:00.
LOST GOLD BRACELET with diamonds. Reward offered.
Please call 929-9147 after 6pm.
LOST: 3 year SI lb. cat. Auwtr to tmm aaasa
of Babba. Last seen oa the coraer of Franklia
aad Colnmbia. Has bcea kiowa to s violent
aad abaaive. If sighted call 967-9532.
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. Other Hours by Appointment B
Are you looking for a Part-time Job
works around your class schedule
has short shifts
has no late night hours
gives you an opportunity to move
up into student management
Then Granville Student Dining Asso
ciation could be the place for you!
Openings on all shifts. Come and pick
up an application at Granville Towers
Cafeteria between 9-5, Monday-Friday.
under control, although sporadic
stone throwing, looting and arson
Police said 12 more bodies were
found in Sharpeville, Sebokeng and
Evatom townships, 45 miles south
of Johannesburg. Fourteen bodies
were recovered earlier from Mon
The Star newspaper in Johannes
burg quoted sources at Sebokeng
Hospital, which serves the black
townships, on the number of
Blacks set fire to dozens of shops
and houses and rained gasoline
bombs and bricks on police Monday.
The immediate cause of the ram
page appeared to be rent increases
announced by the local black council
last week. Rioters killed three
members of the council, hacking and
burning one of them to death,
national radio said.
But black opponents of the white
minority government said underly
ing the unrest was anguish over the
most severe recession since the 1930s
and the continued denial of political
rights to the black majority of 22
Monday's riots were the bloodiest
for a single day since the riots in 1976
leaving nearly .600 dead.
First Class Postage is $3.00 per week.
Third Class Postage is $1.75 per week.
the DTH office or mailed to
Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
FOUND! LOTS OF THINGS over the summer and spring
semester. Where?' APO LOST AND FOUND. Union
basement. Please check today. We are clearing it out.
FOUND A WOMEN'S WATCH near Hamilton Hall. Please
call Lee at 933-5365 to identify.
PARKING SPACE FOR RENT five minute walk to mid
campus. $25 monthly. Call Warwick 929-1441 evenings.
FEMALE NON SMOKING roommate needed immediately
for two bedroom Tarheel Apt. Own room. On C-bus line.
$168month plus utilities. Call 968-8631.
FEMALE SEMI STUDIOUS ROOMMATE wanted to
share two bedroom apt. on bus route. $112month plus 1
3 utilities. Call 967-9449.
FUN, CLEAN. NEAT GIRL to share 2 bedroom new condo.
Please call 968-1654 to meet us... We want you to be happy
with us too. " ' '
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share a three bedroom
Carolina Apartment. Have your own room! $133 month plus
13 utilities. Call 967-1063 anytime after 5pm.
UNDERGRAD FEMALE WANTED to share fully furnished
apt. $125month plus 13 utilities. Call anytime 967-4514.
STUDIOUS NON SMOKING MALE desired to share 2
bedroom apt. $125month plus 13 utilities 967-8412.
HELP! GIRL NEEDS RIDE to and from ECU this weekend.
Can leave Friday after 12. Will help pay for gas. Please call
DO YOU NEED information on Birth Control or sexual
health? Drop by Student Health Service, 2nd floor Health
Education Section for a confidential, free information session
at 3:00 p.m. Tuesday. Call 966-2281 ext. 275 for more
THE FIRST CLASS OF "APOCRYPHA" will take place
on Wed. Sept. 5th, 7:30pm at the Hillel Library. This
class win be devoted to explaining the ancient greek
translation of the Bible. The course will be taught by
Dr. David Halperin of the UNC Religion Dept. The
course, which wiB be taught all of fall semester is free
to Hillel members and $$10 for non-members. Hillel is
located at 210 W. Cameron Ave., Chapel Hill.
HEALTH EDUCATION located on the 2nd floor of the
Student Health Service is offering an 8 week drop-in weight
management and fitness group every Thursday beginning
Sept. 6, 12-l:30pm. No appointment needed. For more
information call 966-2281 ext. 275.
TA YOU'RE ONLY YOUNG once, but you have a
lifetime to be immature! 21 XOX's-WA.
PAULA, TERRY LEE: There has got to be some
significance to your birthdays happening on the same
day, but far be it from me to interpret the cosmos.
Happy Birthday! Oh, and which one of you is older?...
LOR1 M. You are a hard girl to find. I really would
like to see you again. Let's try to get together. Lee
HAPPY BIRTHDAY STACI D ! You are our favorite
freshman. We love you, Shawn and Karen
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