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2AThe Daily Tar Heel Thursday, September 6, 1984
Pastors support Helms
Mishap hits President 's plane
The Associated Press
More than 220 ministers have formed
a committee in support of Sen. Jesse
Helms, R-N.C, and a conservative
political action committee has planned
an independent television advertising
campaign on his behalf.
Formation of "Pastors for Helms"
was announced Wednesday in a Greens
boro news conference. The Rev. Steve
Sells said the members represented
nearly every county and every major
denomination in North Carolina,
although there are no Catholic priests
or Jewish rabbis.
Sells said the pastors were concerned
about what they called the inability of
Helms opponent, Gov. Jim Hunt, to
take tough stands. The pastors support
Helms because he has been a consistent
supporter of traditional moral and
family beliefs, Sells said.
"Sen. Helms believes, as do we, that
unless our country returns to the values
that made it so great heritage we will
lose this great heritage of ours," said
Sells, a Baptist.
Sells cited Helms' positions in favor
of "voluntary prayer in public schools,"
fighting "for the rights of Christian
school," and tougher pornography laws
as examples of courage.
"It is never easy to stand alone, but
Sen. Helms is neither afraid nor
ashamed to do so when he is in the
right," Sells said.
From Associated Press reports
WASHINGTON A seal on a
stove vent broke on Air Force One
as President Reagan flew to Washing
ton on Wednesday, forcing the pilot
to drop altitude because of a loss
But an Air Force steward said
neither the president nor any of the
other 50 or so passengers was in any
danger, and the aircraft landed safely
about 20 minutes after the incidence
Deputy White House press secre
tary Larry Speakes said Reagan
"experienced some minor discom
fort. He could feel it in his ears, but
FOR STUDY ABROAD
Thursday, September 6, 4:00
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FULBRIGHTS and UNC EXCHANGES
Office of International Programs
News in Brief
Speakes said passengers "gener
ally weren't aware of it."
The mishap was very similar to
a problem that developed on the
press plane accompanying Reagan in
San Jose, Calif., on Monday. In that
incident, a seal on the aircraft door
broke, forcing the 200 or so repor
ters, photographers and technicians
to change aircraft.
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COLD CARE CENTER ARRIVES AT STUDENT
HEALTH SERVICE. Learn how to correctly identify
symptoms, read your temperature, examine your throat,
and care for your cold miseries. Save clinic waiting time
by self-assessment. Go through clearly marked cold care
steps beginning this fall semester, located off the clinic
waiting aiea. A nurse will 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,
call 966-2281; future date clinical medicine appoint
ments, call 966-4558; Sports Medicine and Orthopedic
Clinic, call 966-3655; Women's Health, call 966-3650;
Mental Health, call 966-3658; Specialty Clinics (Eye,
ENT, Dermatology), call 966-3666. Save waiting time
and get the best possible care from your health
professional by scheduling your appointment ahead of
FALL 1984 RAINBOW SOCCER registration begins
Monday, Aug. 20, Noon -6 p.m., at 500 W. Rosemary St.,
Chapel HU1. 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 caU 967-8797. 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.
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followed by late-night
4-07 E. Ooocmciry
I travel to the North Carolina
shores weekly and select the
freshest fish, shrimp, and shellfish
for the area's discerning shoppers
and finest restaurants.
207 Roberson Street
Across from Farmer's Market
THE YOGA PLACE will offer 2 fall sessions
Sept. 3-Oct. 25 and Oct. 29-Occ. 20 with S
adali aad 2 children's classes. For information
call 967-9686. It's a question of joy! 452 W.
Franklin St. since 1975.
NON SMOKING MALES, age 18-35, -.re needed to
participate in EPA breathing research on the UNC campus.
Pay is per hour. For more information, call 966-1253 Mon
BLACK MEN AND BLACK WOMEN $45 will be
paid to healthy non-smokers, age 18-35 who
complete an EPA breathing study on UNC cam
pmm. Please call 966-1253 Monday-Friday Sxm-
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.
COME HEAR WHITE HOUSE staff member Don Divine
Thurs. Sept. 6 at 3:30 in room 226 of the Union.
ALPHA KAPPA PSI Professional Business Fraternity invites
all Business, Econ. and Industrial Relations majors to rush.
Sigh-up tables in Union and Carroll Hall beginning Sept.
4th 11:00am to 3:00pm.
SCOTTISH HIGHLAND DANCING session beginning
September 20th. Beginner and advanced dancers welcome.
Call Anne Stapleton 942-8303 or David Coulter 942-8257.
INTERESTED IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS? Intern
ship? AIESEC may be your answer. Organizational meetings
on Sept. 10th and 13th, 7:00pm at the Union. New members
TIME IS RUNNING OUT HURRY and pick up applications
for Toronto Exchange. Available at Student Union. Deadline
IF YOU WANT TO TAKE A BREAK from the usual dinner
routine, then come to a free cookout at Lambda Chi Alpha
Tau Epsilon Phi is looking for girls interested in joining
its little sisiter program. Interested? Then come by the
TEP house, 216 E. Rosemary St. tonight for dinner.
For further info, drop by the house or call 942-8885
between 2:00pm and 5:00pm today.
THE SEXUALITY EDUCATION AND COUNSELING
SERVICE will hold a business meeting tonight at 8pm in
the Union. Anyone interested in counseling andor
possessing counseling or business skills is invited. Check
at the Union desk for the room number. Old counselors:
please make a special effort to attend-we need you!
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
Annual Exams for
Tests & Counseling
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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.
20 DISCOUNT IN SEPT. with this ad. Experienced,
professional typist. Speedy, accurate, and reliable. 867-1383.
ABORTION TO 20 WEEKS. Private and confidential GYN
facility with Saturday and weekday appointments ava9able.
Pain medication given. Free Pregnancy Tests. 942-0824.
ASTHMATICS NEEDED! $120 win b paid epos
completion of as EPA breatklns mtmdy on the UNC
campaa. Time commitment ia abont 20 hoar. To
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astamatic white male, age 18-35. Pleasa call Dr.
Donald Horatman at 541-3804, Monday-Friday,
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.
THE YMCA IS HIRING aerobic instructors to teach some
morning classes. Please call 942-0258 and leave a message.
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. LaDive 1124 FLOB 231H,
Chapel Hill 27514 or call 919-966-1154.
SALES INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY- valuable busi
ness experience for your resume as well as high income
potential. A major national financial corporatioon which is
rated best in its field in Fortane 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.
ADVANCED GRADUATE STUDENT needed as program
assistant in "WOMEN'S STUDIES". 15hrsweek for 12
academic year committment. Submit vita, recommendations
207F Caldwell Hall by Sept. 14.
PART TIME KITCHEN HELP NEEDED. Weeknights and
weekends. The Fearrington House Restaurant 8 miles south
on Hwy. 115-501. Contact Muskie, 967-7770.
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,
Apply now for
In the Chapel Hill Realty Building
lUUU 151 E Rosemary Street
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.
GRADUATE STUDENTS: Part-time secretarry
needed for GPSE office. 8-10 hours per week. $3.50
hour. Flexible hours. Call 962-5675.
SALES HELP WANTED to start immediately. Part-time
in retail computer store. Saturdays, late afternoons, and
evenings. Approx. lOhrsweek. Opportunity for more hours
over holidays and summer. $5 per hour. Knowledge of Apple
of IBM compatible computers needed. If interested call Ed
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
starting Oct. 17, at "Phone-Power" facility in Hanes Hall.
For interview appointment call 962-4514, 9am-5pm.
Affirmative actionequal opportunity employer.
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!!!
LOOKING FOR DEPENDABLE, competent writer to cover
UNC sports on a weekly basis. Phil 1-848-7793
BABYSITTER TO CARE for my two children in my home
Tues. Wed. Fri. mornings. 8:30-12:30. Partial times or single
days OK. Own transportation. Call 967-5815 afternoons or
CAMPUS DINING SERVICES NOW accepting applications
for students working, catering on an "on-call" basis only.
For more information and applications come by the Catering
Office in the ARA Services Office fan Lenoir Hall. 9am-4pm.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! The Sexuality Education and
Counseling Service needs counselors; training is provided.
Informational meeting today at 8:00 in the Student Union.
PLAZA THEATRE needs one matineeevenina
doormanprojectionist immediately. Experience
belpfal. Mast be available by 2pm Mob. and Wed.
Ala need two weeknight weekend conceaaion
iata. AD positions 12-17 hrsweek. Apply 3-5pm,
CAMPUS DINING SERVICES NOW accepting
applications for student workers ia Lenoir Diaiag
Hall. Work ackedales caa be arranged with
flexible hoars. To apply come by ARA Services
Office for additional information.
YOUTH BALLET INSTRUCTOR Part-time, temporary:
teach Weds 2:30-5:30, Sept. 26-Nov. 14. Prefer exper. $6.25
hr. Apply by Sept. 12: Chapel HiD ParksRecreation, 200
Plant Road. EOAAE.
YOUTH GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR Parttime, tem
porary: teach Mon, Tue, Thurs. 2:30-4:30, Sept 24-Nov 15.
Prefer exper. $6.25hr. Apply by Sept 12: Chapel HiD Parks
Recreation 200 Plant Road EOAAE
CREATIVE MOVEMENT INSTRUCTOR Parttime, tem
porary: teach 10:00-11:30, Sept 25-Nov 15. Prefer erper.
working with young children. $6.25hr. Apply by Sept 12:
Chapel Hill Parks Recreation 200 Plant Rd. EOAAE
CALLIGRAPHY INSTRUCTOR Parttime, temporary:
teach Weds 7-9pm, Sept 26-Nov 14. Prefer exper. teaching
adults calligraphy; ability to demostrate skill. $6.25-$12.00
hr. Apply by Sept 12: Chapel Hill ParksRecreation, 200
Plant Rd. EOAAE
Why a Typeset Resume?
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to look sharp at your interview.
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Are you looking for a Part-time Job
works around your class schedule
has short shifts
v 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.
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B.B.Q. Beef Ribs, Marinated Sirloin
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157 E. Rosemary, two floors above Troll's 942-5757
Classified ad may be placed at
the DTH Carolina Union 065A,
PYEWACKET RESTAURANT accepting applications for
busers and dishwashers. Apply in person.
INVENTORY AIDES Town of Chapel Hill Public Library.
3 hrsday (preferably early mornings), M F, up to 9 mos.
Do shelf-list inventory. $3.35hour. Apply by Sept. 14:
Municipal Bldg, 306 N. Columbia. EOAAE
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Women's Health Cc
aeliag Service needs volnateer counselors aad
cdacators. Be vital ia promoting women's health!
Traiaiag begins Sept. 19. Call Karea Anderson
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. 3
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
Neil Warren at 209 15-501 Bypass across from Ea6tgate
Shopping Center or John Drake at 503 W. Rosemary St.
It all makes such perfect sense.
USED FURNITURE, UNFINISHED FURNITURE
We have more than anyone in NC. Trading Post, South
Greensboro St., Carrboro, 942-2017.
1972 CHEVELLE SUPER SPORT 454 4-speed power
steering, power brakes, air conditioning, AM FM eight
track stereo, factory mags, original white interior and black
carpet, blue with white stripes, 69,000 original miles.
Collector's Dream. 1-704-683-9440.
GOOD SEATE AVAILABLE for UNC Navy football game.
Prices very reasonable. Call David at 942-5067.
HONDA CB 125: Perfect condition only 3,000 miles.
Helmet included. $750. Call Nancy at 967-3008 evenings and
late night best.
SHOP PRIVATELY; Buy X-rated products in the comfort
of the home: Films, Books, Magazines, Rubber goods, etc.,
all discount prices. Rush $2.00 to Pie Enterprises, PO BOX
541033 Houston TX 77254.
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 current location fo the large color karate poster
which was on the announcement cube in front of Union.
$10 for similar small poster which disappeared from
Woolen Gym. CaU David Coleman 966-3263 or Master
Choi, PhUlips Hall 159.
LOST GOLD BRACELET, three strands, rope chain. $100
reward if returned. Please call 933-3325 after 3:00.
LOST: WALLET, BLACK with VSMC emblem reward
offered. Please call Jay 933-2842.
LOST! Banner advertiaiag CAROLINA GAY
ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Sept.
4-7 and DANCE Friday 9pm Crafec. Last seea
Taesday haagiag in the pit. Please call 962
4401 or come to room 230 Union.
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
Part or full time. Pizza
makers. Phone persons.
Flexible hours and days.
Must be at least 18. Must
be able to work weekends.
Must be clean cut and
have the desire to be part
of America's largest pizza
delivery company! Apply
in person at the
DOMINO'S PIZZA location
in your neighborhood.
1984 Domino's Pizza, Inc.
the DTH office or mailed to
Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
LOST GOLD BRACELET with diamonds. Reward offered.
Please call 929-9147 after 6pm.
RIDE NEEDED TO AND FROM Charlotte this weekend.
Can leave anytime Friday after 12. Will help pay for gas.
Please call 933-5188.
RIDE NEEDED TO WILMINGTON (Hampstead) NC this
weekend. Will share usual. Please call 967-4078 late evenings.
STUDIOUS NON SMOKING MALE desired to share 2
bedroom apt. $125month plus 13 utilities. 967-8412.
FEMALE NON SMOKING ROOMMATE needed imme
diately for two bedroom Tarheel Manor 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 13 utilities.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share a three bedroom
CarolinaApt. Have your own room! $133 month plus 13
utilities. Call 967-1063 anytime after 5pm.
NON SMOKING MALE WANTED to share Royal Park
Apt. $155month plus H utilities. Convenient bus route to
campus 968-8088 on weekends 919-765-2403.
NON SMOKING FEMALE NEEDED to share 2 bedroom
Carolina Apt. $120month plus 13 utilities. Bus route, pool,
AC. Call 929-8079.
PARKING SPACE FOR RENT five minute walk to mid
campus. $25 monthly. Call Warwick 929-1441 evenings.
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.
TO ALL THE FOLKS who made my 21st B-day extra special
in person or in spirit, my plant and I thank you. With love,
MOA BIRD The super R.A. Happy Birthday! Blow it out,
21 comes but once so CO FOR IT! Love always a couple
of Mclver wenches.
THE WORD FOR THE WEEK is innuendo, i-n-n-u-e n-d-o,
and I shall use it in a sentence for you now: Put your
plants "innuenndo" so they can get some sunshine! Guffaw!
MR. BEWNTSTER, thanks for a great and exciting weekend.
I really appreciate everything that you've done for me. If
you're lucky maybe 111 let you do it again soon. I love you
WELL I MISS BEVERLY HORNE PRICE had a flawless
time at the soiree my roommates and I gave this past
Saturday night for all the girls and guys in Chapel Hill. It
truly was a festival occassion! Don't forget the pageant this
coming Monday night at the club in Durham!
PREFUGLY STUrrCH, ALIAS Nang Rongedongfongerong
dong. You said I wouldn't, but I did! It's your first, how
do you feel? You cannot see me! Methegel
LYNNE P., senior French-English major, is leaving for
France. Came say "au revoir" Saturday night. All friends,
classmates, and acquaintances are welcome. For more
details caD Wendy 933-4010.
Sept. 5 and 6th,
In the Pit
From 10:30 to 2:30
Come, ask questions!
Get involved in
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Meet other diabetic students
Learn about your illness J
Share ideas and concerns
A group for students with
J diabetes begins Sept. 24.
Call 966-3658 before 921
for information and
screening appointment 0