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2The Daily Tar HeelThursday. September 20, 1984
Cobey focuses on economics and education
-For.. the record
In Monday's story "Parties go local"
the Daily Tar Heel incorrectly identified
the wife of Republican gubernatorial
candidate Jim Martin. Her name is
The DTH incorrectly reported in
Monday's story "Student charges Exum
with assault" that former Campus
Governing Council Speaker James
Exum paid a $200 arrest bond. Instead,
Exum was released on a $200 bond,
pending the trial date.
In Monday's announcement for
candidates petitions for empty CGC
seats, it should have said the petitions
were due at the Elections Board office
Oct. 2. The DTH regrets the errors.
The DTH Writing Test
By TOM CONLON and
Stressing the importance of sound
fiscal policy, 4th District congressional
candidate Bill Cobey told College
Republicans Tuesday night he would
want to sponsor legislation requiring a
balanced budget and national debt
"The opposite of winning is not losing
it's quitting," Cobey told about 70
students. "There's a tendency to quit,
but we have to perservere especially
when you feel you're right. He hopes
to win a race which is considered a
tossup in a presidential election year.
Cobey said he supported the federal
student aid program. The cost of a
college education had steadily increased
but now has slowed because of what
President Reagan has done to curb
inflation. Anyone who says the Repub
licans are against student aid should
remember D wight D. Eisenhower, a
Republican, started the program. We
must continue to support loans, but be
more aggressive in making sure they are
Without menntioning Andrews by
name, Cobey attacked his oppoonent
on fiscal issues and poor voting attend
ance. "My opponent has voted against
three-year across-the-board tax cuts,
voted against indexing of taxes, and
voted for legislation that threw people
into higher tax brackets," Cobey said.
"He has definitely been a big spender
the National Taxpayers Union
showed Andrews voting for higher
spending 81 percent of the time and
that was when he voted.
"I don't want to be overly critical of
my opponent, but he just hasnt been
on the job," Cobey said. "During July
1984, he voted only 68 percent of the
time the lowest record of any North
Carolina congressman. People in this
district are paying for a full-time
congressman and they're not getting
representation in votes.
Cobey said economic development in
the 4th district would be one of bis
major concerns in congress. "Like
Reagan, Im for high-tech and not high
taxes," he said. "New industries have
created 98 percent of all jobs and we
need the kind of congressman who can
be actively involved in recruiting these
The federal budget deficit is one of
the key issues in the campaign, Cobey
said. "We need to maintain economic
recovery to increase savings and
"That means passing amendments
mandating balanced federal budget and
He said he supported a presidential
line-item veto power over the federal
budget and controlled growth of enti
Cobey also said he supported a school
prayer amendment that would permit
local school boards to decide whether
to have voluntary school prayer.
Tonight at 3 p.m. a writing test
will be given in 108 Howell Hall
and opportunities for work on the
DTH will be discussed. Dring a
notebook and typing skills.
The DTH Writing Test
Return ad and check or money order to
the DTHoffice by noon the business day
before your ad is to run. Ads must be
Rates: 25 words or less
5 for each additional word
$1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface
Please notify the DTHoffice immediately
if there are mistakes in your ad. We will
be responsible for only the first ad run.
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, caO 966-1253 Mon
BLACK MEN AND BLACK WOMEN $45 mO mm
paid to healthy imoIhw, $ 18-35 who
tpitU aa EPA braasttas mmy mm UNC caa-
pat. Pleas call 96-1253 Maaaay-Friaay
Minority Career Fair, Thursday, Sepember 20, 12 nooo
5pm, Carmichael Auditorium. Open to aD students.
Opportunity to talk with representatives from 84
Subway Would Like to Thank aD the Styro-Stompers
who Participated in the "Stamp Out S tyro-Food"
Promotion last week. If your name is listed below, come
by the Chapel HiQ store and claim your tee-shirt. AD'
tee-shirts must be claimed by Monday. Sept. 24, 1984.'
Bring your Ld.
John Van Houten, Steve Mutter, Katty Donley,
Tasker Fleming. John Hyde, Dan M linger. David
Fortney, John Gibbons, Clarice' Bickford, Sister
Andrews, Randy Hoke, Mike Kpmegay, Tommy
O'Brien, Jim Kurz, Jim Vandermeer, David Jottndrov.f
Bess A. Lee, Alton Walker, Russ Hawes, Pennington,.
Chris Godwin, Andrea Ousley, Preston Jones, Simon:
MINORITY CAREER FAR SEPTEMBER 20, 12 NOON
WALK A THON FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS THIS SAT
URDAY 9-22 at Carrboro Community Park lake at 4pm.
The Carrboro Baptist Church bus wiD go around the campus
at 3 JO.
WE HAVE NEW FURNITURE
PRICES. PIECES INCLUDE:
Love Seats, Sofa Beds, Sofas
Sitting Chairs, Sectional Chairs
Coffee Tables, End Tables
Queen Anne Style Desks
FOR PRICES AND FURTHER
ANYTIME. LEAVE MESSAGE
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
Apply now for
PROJECT UPWARD BOUND, program tor educaoonafly
disadvantaged high school students to volunteer as tutors
in the areas of English, math, science, foreign language
(mostly French and Spanish), and history. Tutorial sessions
operate from 10-12 on some Saturday mornings during the
FaQ semester. Interested persons should contact Harold
Woodard, Upward Bound Program, 207 HI Bldg., UNC.
CH for applications. EeadSne October 1, 1984.
OFF1CEES OF STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
PI k m Im mbU tfca SaytesmW Stfc rf sfh
far apaOcarioM to hm haaitt1 for aiverarty
FOR OLD "PACers and those who showed interest in the
spring, there wiB be a performing arts cornmkts
tonight at 6:30, room 208.
ABORTION TO 20 WEEKS. Private and confidential GYN
facility with Saturday and weekday appointments available.
Pain medication given. Free Pregnancy Tests. 942-0824.
TYPING. $1.25 per page. Free correction of typos. Other
services include: rough draft availability pickup and delivery
proofing, and emergency service. Cal 489-6896 between
10am and ipm.
TOTAL FINANCIAL PLANNING: For stocks, bonds, IRA's,
Annuities, Custodial Accounts and Taxadvantages invest
ments, caB Mike Strong, Prodenbal-Bache Securities in the
COMPUTERIZED SERVICES at low prices. Word process
ing, editing, research, multiple printings, graphic capabilities,
automatic speffing check, resume writing and design, pickup
and defivery. 942-2061
ASTHMATICS NEEDEDI $12S
I mm EPA ksstkbi mtmmy mm tmm UNC
sjstaJify ye swtt b a healthy, isi Mug
wkite sMfo, 1S-S5. Pie a caS Dr.
oiifis at S41-S8M, Moeutay Friday,
PIZZA HUT j
Now' taking appBcatkms for personnel that can workl or
. 2 day shirts per week. Also some nite positions available.
Apply between 2 and 5pm M.-F. No phone calls please. 109
S. Estes Drive.
TWO GRADUATE STUDENTS WITH EXCELLENT
TYPING AND PROOFING SKILLS NEEDED, 15-20 hours
per week, one day time and one night time. Prefer 60 words
per minute typing speed (with accuracy). Some word
processing experience desirable. Temporary positions (3-9
months) with possibility of part-time or full-time employment
later. $4.50 to $6.00 per hour based on experience. Send
resume to AJ Lyerki, Carolina Population Center UNC
CH, University Square East, Campus(300-A) Equal
; Peel Us A
Joel & Tara
Both the Steering Committee
and the Members-at-large,
will meet today at 3:30
in their office.
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.
uj wis y
966-2281, ext. 275
ask your RA or group
leader to call us for
presentations on rape
awareness & prevention
All ads' must be prepaich 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.
SALES INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY valuable busi
ness experience for your resume as weS 'as high income
potential. A major national financial corporation which is
rated best in its field in Fortsuae magazine survey. Offers
college students and internship opportunity that can lead
to a career in management For details and appointment
caB Scott Hofhnan after lpm at 942-4187.
BREADMANS IS NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for
kitchen staff positions. Under 31 ads (freshmaraophotnores
preferred), must be avaiabie nights and weekends 2-4 days
a week. Previous experience not as important as a positive
attitude and willingness to learn. Apply in person at
Breadman's 337 West Rosemary St
Now luring students for these daytime hours: (Desk) Tuesday
11-2. Friday 8-noon; (Operations) MWF 9-1 or 9-11; TTh
11-12:30. Inquire at Carolina Union Information Desk.
NEEDED COOKS. DRIVERS AND WAITRESSES. Apply
in person at 208 W. Franklin St at Peppfs Pizza.
PROGRAMMER NEEDED on per job basis. Access to main
frame computer and printer. Work with ? track tapes. Phone
Business Comp 929-1108.
WANTED: HEALTHY MALES to participate in an
alcohol study. Must be age 19-30. Requires 3 lab visits
of 8-10 hours each. $75 wiD be paid on completion fo
study. For information write Mr. J. LaDine 1124
FJ-O-R 231-H Unc Chapel KB. N.C. 27514 or phone
COLONEL CHUTNEVS is now accepting applications for
employment to ks kitchen staff. Experience desired, but not
necessary. Instruction in all aspects of professional cuisine
wiD be provided, with additional tiaiiung at the Culinary
Institute available. Fresh seafood and shellfish are our
specialties. Wage commensurate with starting position and
experience. Tuition assistance provided to students. Apply
in person 4:30-5:30 Moo-Fri at 300 W. Rosemary St. Chapel
KELP WANTED IN BETAS. SALES ml freak
CaB 942-1221 or fsjeu hi mmnom oa
PART TIME RECEPTIONIST FOR NON-PROFIT
ORGANIZATION. Tuesday and Thursday evenings 5-9pm
plus alternate Saturdays or Sundays. For information and
application contact CH Carrboro YMCA. 980 Airport Rd.
"PIZZA HUT DEUVEXV. Delivery scrvic at Sl
W. Fraaklia St. im Chaael HZH im mom Urfasa
iaeSviefaals for pizza ete&vcry. Driv-
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BACK DOOR RECORDS
25or$1 OFF ALL LP's
Great Rock, Classical, Jazz, etc.
138 E. Rosemary Lower Level
NCNB Plaza near Ram Theatres
Mon-Sat 1 2-6 PM 933-001 9 1
BUY TRADE SELL
Wants Your Original
at the Union Desk.
is October 10-
o Birth Control
o Annual Exams for
Women ; '
o FREE Pregnancy
Tests & Counseling
A Name You Can Trust
Low Cost Confidential
THE NEW WELL
' " . JX
Student Health Service,
Health Education Suite
942-WELL or 966-2281
Drop in or call for health infor
mation, programs and referrals.
Hours: 10-4 Mon.-Wed.
Women 18-40 years good health mild to moderate fecial
acne 12 week free study safe, known effective medicine
plus cosmetics $40 to patient to complete study. Call 682-,.
8929 Durham or 942-0512 Chapel Hill Tues-Fri 8-Spm.
klZZA HUT". We ara stow acceptiaa apoBcatka
for fall aal part tlaae cseks aad aart tiaae
SMaltraaaaa aedy. If yoa ara bttarastad im eitker a
ay r aite shift aaeirio piaaaa apply at 110 W.
FraaltSa St. Nm psM cafia please.
YARDWORK: Experienced, reliable student with car to do
occasional light -to-mediurn gardeninyardwork -weekends
evenings. SeptemberOctober 929-3101,
lost and found
SADNESS LOST gold Hamilton watch between Credit
Union and Stadium. Sentimental value. Please call 933-5822.
LOST: "UGANDA NATIONAL PARKS' aariaac
Sraaa tic. Misplaced' er partoiaed Friaay aiskc.
Seatlisieatal valael Bewardl Please coatact
$50 REWARD! WOMAN'S GOLD SEIKO WRIST WATCH.
Lost 91484 between hospital and Rosenau. Write:
Wristwatch, P.O. Box 17011, Durham, 27705.
FOUND: Pair of glasses outside of Venable Hall on
Wed., 91984. Can be picked up at the Union
IS ANYONE INTERESTED h selling their tickets to the
State game andor the Maryland game? If so please call
WANTED: TWO TICKETS TO THE KANSAS ANDOR
MARYLAND GAME. Please call HoDy at 933-7338 Thanks.
Own your own Jean-Sportswear, Ladies Apparel, Combi
nation, Accessories, Large Size store. National brands:
Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi, Vanderbflt, Izod, Esprit, Brittania,
Calvin Klein, Sergio Valante, Evan Picone, Claiborne,
Members Only, OrganicaBy Grown, Healthtex, 700 others.
17,900 to $24,900, inventory, airfare, training, fixtures, grand
opening, etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Keenan (305) 678-3639
3 NON SMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED
for condo mostly furnished except for bedroom. Convenient
bus route to campus. $135month plus utilities. Call 933
9137 after 1:00pm.
FRIENDLY, EASY-GOING FEMALE roommate wanted to
share Carolina Apt Own bedroom $132 a month plus 1
3 utilities. CaO 933-5387. Please keep trying.
WE'RE STILL LOOKING for non-smoking female roommate
to share two bedroom apt on C-bus route. $112month
plus 13 utilities. CaD 967-9449.
75 companies talk
informally with ALL
Friday, Sept. 21
nails $3 each
(includes sizing, application,
polish, and one week of free
...for more information or to
schedule an appointment
The Media Board
is currently accepting
applications for the
following positions on the
Media Board Treasurer
1985 Yackety Yack
For More Information
Jennifer Cargal 967-5337
Classified ad may be placed at
the DTH Carolina Union 065A,
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT $31Vmonth n Estes Park.
Full kitchen, AC, swimming pool. Very quiet apt You can
have my deposit and my couch. CaD 967-9497.
NEW APARTMENT FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 bath, full
kitchen (range, refrig., dishwasher), central air condstionmg,
private parking, outside storage, swimming pool, hardwood
floors, IK mile to UNC, convienient to stores and bus, 400
PARKING AVAILABLE NEAR DOWNTOWN. $2Qtnonth.
12 Speed Bike $135: new head light, tail Eght, rack, and
other new parts. CS. 26 Old East.
1977 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE BROUGHAM, well-kept,
loaded, with cruise, AMFM cassette stereo, power windows,
locks, seat, wipers. Steel-belted radiate. AB service records.
V 8. 544-5550.
1980 YAMAHA SR250 EXCITER, good condition. Electric
start, new tires, sissy barbackrest $650. CaB Bob, 933-1573.
I desperately need a ride to the REM. Concert at Duke.
Will share expenses. Please caB 933-8932.
NEED RIDE TO OHIO (anywhere) on Oct 10, 11, or 12.
If going through Ohio, could be dropped off in any town.
WiB share expenses and driving. Please call SaQy 933-5224.
DONT FORGET TO PICK UP YOUR HIGH HOL
IDAY TICKETS AT HUXEU Rosh Hashanah begins
Wed. night 926. Services will be held Wed. night at
Gerrard HaB at 7pm and on Thurs 926 and Fri 927
Hat Duke at 10am. You must have a ticket to enter.'
Tickets wiB not be given out after 12 noon om 926.
Tickets free to all students, transportation available. For'
more information cal 942-4067.'
The first lox and bagel brunch of the semester wiB be
held at HiBel on Sun 923 at 11:00am. Cost is $3.00
non-members and $2.00 for members. No reservations
needed! Following brunch at 12:30 wiB be a grad
organizational meeting to plan this semester's activities.
HOlel is located at 210 W. Cameron Ave.
There wifl be a vegetarian Shabbat dinner following
services on Friday 921 at HffleL Services at 630, dinner
at 730. Cost $3.00 non-members and $2.00 for
members. Reservations by Friday noon please. HOlel
is located at 210 W. Cameron Ave. 942-4057
BARONESS ELSA SCHRAEDER: So glad to hear you're
getting along wefl in London. As for me, I've given up on
trying to steal the Gockmann Monastery Choir back from
Sol Hurok. In fact, I've been in Vienna aB week giving
personal, PRIVATE auditions for each member of the Vienna
Boys' Choir. The little dears are SO talented. And they sing
wefl, too. Auf wiedersehen, darling. MAX.
HEY E.B., Long-time no seel How in the hefl are you? I'm
fine, but sure would Eke to see you soon. The famed
PENCIL HEADED FAGGOT
3Tlu (5harlott bsrver
Semester Rage: $21.20
Submit to The Charlotte Observw
co Sarah Hammond
41 White Oak Trail
Chapel Hi!l, N.C. 27514
Phono - 933-9745
OUT YOUR OPTIOW
information to hejp
student Health service
neaitn Education Suite 2nd floor
For More mformttion
CU 966 2281 - EXT 27S
ends Sept. 28
Play begins Sun., Oct 7
Forms at Union Desk
For more information see
Beth or Chan Rm. 200 Union
the DTH office or mailed to
Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
Lindy T. if winners wear Bike, what do losers wear? Here's
to clouds, the BigO, Haagen Dazs, Cookie Jar, secret road
trips to the beach and other fun times! Hope your 21st is
the best ever. Thanks for being a great friend! Julie
SARAH H., This is your personal! To the person that made
walking home after class fun. I hope IH be the kicky one
instead of your suitmates for the Kansas game. Wha'cha
say? See'yal Bren
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A DIAMOND GAL for UNC
Baseball Team? Call Terry or Janice at 9294039 by Sunday
Sept 23 or come to meeting at Boshamer Baseball Office
Mon. Sept 24 at 4:30.
TO DEBRA FROM KANNAPOUS: Each time that I see
you every night, every day I know that it's you I need to
take the blues awayl It must be love! Stutterer from the
Pepper, Coozbaiaian, Chief Maagwaa and Kate
Thanks for being there when I needed you most. My
drinking buddies, my G'villc mates and my best friends.
I love you all. Love, Ann (Spike, Boobs, Salt, or Crusty).
Cant forget the OW Well. How about The New Well"?
Located in the Health Education Suite 2nd floor of
Student Health Service, The New Well promotes
positive health to the university audience. The New Weil
is a health information ref errel resource center staffed
by trained peer health educators. Drop-in peer
.consulting outreach programming, (massage, nutrition,
etc) and telephone referrels can be arranged by calling
966-2281 Ext. 275 of 942-WELL weekdays between 10
4pm. HAPPY 19th to FIREBALL of 4th floor E"haus. You're our
favorite football player! From the members of Phi Chi Chic-o-pk
Chico, the Miami Immigrant, Shot-man Swim Team,
Cubby, Amazon, Popcorn, Ozzy, and Smiley.
I must apologize for no "word for the week" last week, but
I Kensington Worthington the third, became stricken with
a strange ailment. Fortunately, I am well now and offer you
this word for the week, eurythmy. After the two thieves
had schemed for some time, one said to the other "Are
u rythrpu4Guffeiw. tw)WI-
TO MISS MEUNDA Happy belated birthday from aD the
";rgWs in Chapel H3 ahd at the club In Durham M&s Price.
ANALA, HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Finally you're 'legal, aithough
it has hardly mattered let's get into trouble Saturday and
do the right thing. See if you can get 500 dollars somehow
for Atlantic City! I love you, Stunts.
BOOGIE WOOGE, FA LA LA! Audition for the Loreleisl
Girl's close harmony, a capella. Auditions Sept. 27. CaD 967
1276. The word for the week is inquire, i-n-q-u-i-r-e, and I shall
use it in a sentencce for you now: "It's lots of fun singing
"inquire!" Guffaw! Signed Kensington Worthington DI
WELL I MISS BEVERLY HORNE PRICE am planning
a festive weekend at the beach. I plan to find me a flawless
man and we're going to shag! Then later, he and i will meet
some sisters of mine and well make beautiful music together!
CHRIS B. Dr. Lubkers right! Dental students are interesting
people. (HINT) and quite cute. Yd like to meet you more
formaOy man as the doorman at Papagayo's (HINT) Hope
you make it to class tonight! Your secret admirer.
JUST A NOTE. I mfvm sq. I hereby asrts to mm
AMY FUN mm the msriversary mmm mmmtmd mmm iaatead
mi AMY FUSS mm say pareats ajusted m. HepefaOy
171 b worthy of tbe ritl.
SAVE DOG FROM DEATH. Sweet, docile canine needs
home or wiD be put to sleep. AD shots and food wiS be
provided. CaD 933-5215.
WES P. CONGRATULATIONS! Way to go! D.O.
JOSH IS GONE! Mary C. is shU here.
FOI2 UNC STUDENTS
Purpose: sharing, learning from
each other, support
Format: confidential, weekly
meetings for 8 weeks
beginning Oct. 4
Call 66-3658 for
information or appointment.
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