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By MICHAEL A. JORDAN
Seven men are jockeying for the
Republican Party 1988 presidential
nomination, according to a spokes
man for the National Republican
Sen. Robert Dole, R-Kan., Rep.
Jack Kemp, R-N.Y., the Rev. Pat
Robertson, President Reagan's
former Secretary of State Alexander
Haig, former Delaware governor
Pete du Pont, Vice President George
Bush and former senator Paul Laxalt
of Nevada will battle for a spot on
the presidential ticket until the final
vote at the Republican convention
Of the seven, only du Pont, Haig
and Kemp have officially declared
Du Pont declared his candidacy
September 16, 1986, said his press
secretary Ann Brackbill. She said du
Pont has raised $1.5 million toward
Du Pont is the only candidate to
have developed a complete platform,
His platform calls for changing the
welfare system to a form of man
datory workfare system, allowing for
a financial services program in the
By MITRA LOTFI
County health directors in North
Carolina may be able to isolate,
quarantine or jail some AIDS
patients or carriers of the AIDS virus
if a proposed bill becomes law.
The bill, introduced April 6 in the
N.C. House of Representatives by
,Rep. Charles Cromer. R-Davidson,
would go into effect Feb. 1, 1988,
Dr. Ronald Levine, state health
director and chairman of a state task
force on Acquired Immune Defi
ciency Syndrome, said the bill would
update a law regarding people who
are public health risks.
Under this law, county health
.directors may indict people with
other communicable diseases, such
as syphilis and tuberculosis, if they
are a threat to public health.
The bill would extend indictment
authority to the state health director,
and the bill would include AIDS
carriers as a public health risk, even
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social security system similar to a
government-sponsored IRA pro
gram, phasing out farm subsidies
over a five-year period and imple
menting mandatory, random drug
tests of high school students.
Haig officially began his drive for
the White House on March 24, said
his press secretary Audrey Shay.
Despite trailing in early polls, Shay
said Haig's following is more loyal
and dedicated than that of the other
Shay said Haig offers the United
States proven leadership, having
worked with seven presidents over
the past several decades.
Kemp kicked off his campaign
April 6, a member of his press staff
said. Kemp will focus his campaign
on ten issues: job creation and
economic growth, free and fair trade,
peace through strength, protection
of senior citizens' benefits, the
sanctity of life, fighting for freedom,
democracy and human rights, tra
ditional family values, federal spend
ing restraint, the right to work and
winning the war on poverty.
The other four have declared their
intentions to run but have not yet
made any official announcements,
if they don't have it themselves.
The bill is aimed at people with
communicable diseases who refuse
preliminary requests to curb their
activities, Levine said.
"The bill says the measures (iso
lation, quarantine or jail) may not
be used until all less restrictive ones
have been exhausted and are unsuc
cessful." he said.
The bill defines quarantine and
isolation to apply to freedom of
action, not just freedom of
Health directors, under the bill,
would have the right to tell a
prostitute carrying the AIDS virus
to cease sexual activity. But the
prostitute would not be required to
stay at home, which is what a
quarantine usually requires.
Levine said if the bill passes it
would be used primarily as a threat.
"Hopefully, it would never have
to be used," he said. "But when all
else fails, we would have this ability
to seek an indictment."
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Dole will probably make his
announcement this summer, said his
press secretary Walt Riker. Riker
said Dole's campaign will stress the
senator's abilities for leadership as
evidenced by his record in U.S.
The vice president will declare his
candidacy in the fall, said Ed Rogers,
his press secretary. Bush will run on
his record of service, including his
support of and active participation
in the "Reagan revolution," Rogers
Laxalt will also link his campaign
allow health officials
Jerry Robinson, Orange County
health director, said the threat of
incarceration has been used in
Orange County when people with
tuberculosis refused to take their
"The threat has been useful in the
instance of other communicable
diseases, and it may be useful in the
case of AIDS," Robinson said.
He said there have not been any
circumstances in Orange Countv
By NEIL WATSON
Beneath the cloud of the recent
spy scandal at the U.S. Embassy,
U.S. Secretary of State George
Shultz flew to Moscow Monday for
three days of talks with Soviet
Foreign Minister Eduard
The talks come on the heels of the
"sex-for-secrets" scandal, which led
to the arrest of three Marine embassy
guards on charges of espionage.
Shultz and Shevardnadze will
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to the "Reagan revolution," said his
press secretary Tom Loranger.
Loranger said Laxalt joined the
race late and may yet decide not to
run if he does not think he can raise
the funds necessary for a national
campaign. Loranger said Laxalt has
a special sensitivity to the financial
requirements of a presidential cam
paign since he chaired the president's
last three campaigns.
Robertson has already taken time
off from his ministry to seek the
Republican nomination. He has
said, however, that he wants to run
on his credentials as a lawyer from
Yale, not as an evangelist.
where the proposed law could have
Orange-Chatham District Attor
ney Carl Fox said punishing some
one for having AIDS, a permanent
physical condition, may prompt
some constitutional questions.
The state task force, a 16-member
committee appointed by N.C. Secre
tary of Human Resources David
Flaherty, studies issues involving
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and regional issues, including the
war in Afghanistan and American
involvement in Nicaragua, said State
Department spokesman Pete
Recent problems with embassy
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that the secretary will have the
required secure facilities." Martinez
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with Soviet foreign minister
From Associated Press reports
MOSCOW U.S. Secretary
of State George Shultz held three
rounds of talks Monday with
Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard
Shevardnadze, taking up the
critical issue of nuclear arms
reductions at an unscheduled late
American officials consider a
Euromissile pact the most likely
result of negotiations in Geneva,
but advised reporters not to
expect a breakthrough during the
White Patriots convicted
ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.
Two former White Patriot Party
members were convicted Monday
of conspiring to buy stolen mil
itary weapons for a series of
robberies and assassinations,
while a third was acquitted of his
"Today's convictions prove
that the white supremacist move
ment is not alive and well in North
Carolina," said U.S. Attorney
Sam Currin, after a six-man, six
woman U.S. District Court jury
handed down its decision midway
through its second day of
Stephen Miller, 36, of Fayet-
to jail AIDS carriers
AIDS prevention and the care of
The task force has endorsed the
proposed AIDS control measures as
well as a separate N.C. Senate bill
calling for increased AIDS educa
tion programs, Levine said.
"The measures that it (the educa
tion bill) would support are impor
tant and necessary," he said.
"Whether the budget muld handle
The embassy problems could
impact the talks, said Joel Schwartz,
associate chairman of the UNC
political science department and an
expert on U.S.-Soviet relations.
"It has a general negative effect
in that talks are being conducted in
an atmosphere of distrust and
resentment, which is not the most
conducive atmosphere for an agree
ment," Schwartz said. ?
"However the scandal wouldn't, in
and of itself, prevent an agreement."
In Monday's article about the final
Student Congress budget hearing,
"CGLA gets more than double last
year's amount after debate," The
Daily Tar Heel incorrectly identified
Bobby Ferris (Dist. 10) as Brien
Also, Jim Wooten (Dist. 19), not
Student Body Treasurer Jody Beas
ley, said, "$1,000 seems excessively
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years in prison and a $30,000 fine
for his convictions for conspiracy
to obtain illegal weapons, posses
sion of an illegal machine gun and
possession of an illegal silencer,
Currin said. Robert Jackson, 35,
of Oklahoma, who has not
appeared during the week-long
trial, could be sentenced to five
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Hart announces candidacy
DENVER Gary Hart,
standing coatless before the snow
capped Rocky Mountains,
announced his bid for the 1988
Democratic presidential nomina
tion Monday and promised a
return to American ideals and a
"presidency you can be proud of."
The 50-year-old former Colo
rado senator opened his second
presidential candidacy stressing
idealism and the power of ideas,
themes that almost wrested the
1984 Democratic nomination
from former Vice President Wal
the appropriation is another
The Senate bill seeks $10 million
over the next two years to fund state
sponsored programs in local health
In 1986, there were 85 reported
cases of AIDS in North Carolina.
As of March 17 of this year, there
were 197 reported AIDS cases; six
of those were in Orange County.
The main focus of the talks will
be on intermediate-range nuclear
missiles in Europe, where the United
States and the Soviet Union are
closest to agreement. Martinez s'H
Schwartz saw recent shifts of
Soviet policy concerning the linking
of any agreement to the "Star Wars"
missile defense program have
improved the situation. .
"A lot of obstacles have been
removed," Schwartz said.
high for speakers' fees"during debate
about funding the Carolina Gay and
Lesbian Association. And the
CGLA received $2,077, not $2,067,
as was stated in the article. The DTH
regrets the reporting errors.
The color photograph on the front
page of Monday's paper was taken
by Jonathan Serenius. The DTH
regrets the error.
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