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4The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, February 1, 1989
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Date Company Job Major
21289 Arthur Andersen & Co. Acct. ACCTBS
213,121489 First Union National Bank Bnkg. ANYBA.BS
21389 Kinney Shoes Rmgt., Mktg., BUBS
21389 MCI Acct., Finn., BUBS, ACCTBS
21389 Merck, Sharp and Dohme Sale. BUBS, PSYCBA, RTVRBA,
SPCHB A, BIOLB A,BS, MS, PH
21389 Miller &Rhoads Rmgt. ANYBA.BS
21489 McGladrey&Pullen Acct. ACCTBS
214,21589 Milliken&Co. Mfgm. BUBS; LIBABA; BIOLBA.BS;
21589 Donnelley, R.R.& Sons Sale. ANYBA,BS
21589 Hartford Insurance Group Mktg.Jnsr. ANYBA.BS
21589 Milliken&Co. Prog., Soft. COMPBS.MS
21 589 Price Waterhouse BUBS, COMPBS, MATHB A,BS
21589 Price Waterhouse Acct. ACCTBS
21589 Research Triangle Inst. Chem.,Prog. BIOSBS,MS;CHEMBS,MS;
21689 Carnation ANYBA.BS
21689 Clarke Checks Mktg., Sale. ANYBA.BS
21689 Coca-Cola USA Mktg., Gmgt, ANYBA3S
21689 Ferguson Enterprises Sale. BUBS, ECONBA, ENGLBA,
HISTB A, INDRB A, PS YCBA
21689 Gallo Winery Sale. ANYBA3S
21689 Westvaco Sale. ANYBA.BS
21789 Barnett Banks, Inc. Bnkg. ANYBA.BS.MS
21789 BDOSeidman Acct. ACCTBS
21789 Hewitt Associates Prog., Sard., Mgt BUBS, ACCTBS, ECONBA,
APMABS, COMPBS, STATBS
21789 Pfizer Inc. Sale. ANYBA3S
OPEN SIGN UP
21489 American International Adjust.
21489 Camp Wayne
21489 Dial Corporation
21489 EPM Lawn Care, Inc. AdvL,Mktg., ANYBA.BS
21489 Upjohn Chem. CHEMBA.BS.MS
216,21789 Apple Computer Soft COMPBS, MS, PHD
21689 Philadelphia Institute ANYBA.BS
21 789 AT&T Bell Laboratories Math., Orsa, Phys.MATHPHD, ORSAPHD,
Congressmen may investigate
discriminatory Joa practices
By CRYSTAL BERNSTEIN
"It would be Dremature for the
A study showing racial discrimina- congressman to introduce legislation
tion by savings and loan associations before he has all the information
has prompted Rep. David Price, D- possible at hand," Perry said.
N.C., to call for an investigative "I hope that the appropriate
congressional hearing. congressional committees will have
The study, conducted by the an opportunity to examine the issues
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, raised by the report," said Rep. Tim
showed that of 10 million loan Valentine, D-N.C. "I will be following
applications reviewed by all savings this matter closely and will carefully
and loans in the country, blacks filing consider any legislation that is
for home loans were turned down proposed."
more than twice as often as whites. Sen. Terry Sanford, D-N.C, is
In the Triangle, leading savings and considering recommending a reform
loans rejected home loan applications of the Community Reinvestment Act,
from blacks almost four times as which evaluates banks on service to
often as those from whites. their community, said Anna Driver,
Only 3.9 percent of all whites who aide to Sanford.
applied for home loans at associa- Officials at savings and loan
tions in the Raleigh-Durham area associations in North Carolina deny
were rejected, while 14.4 percent of any racially discriminatory actions,
the blacks were denied. "Federal regulations require that
The study found the area to have
the 12th-highest black-to-white loan
denial ratio of 75 metropolitan areas
surveyed in the South. Florence, S.C.,
had the highest ratio of all Southern
The black-to-white loan rejection
ratio in the Triangle was 3.69. This
is significantly higher than the
national average ratio of 2. 14.
Information for the, study was
obtained from the Federal Home
Loan Bank Board, an organization
that regulates the loan activity of
savings and loan associations
throughout the nation.
The incomes of blacks applying for
loans appeared to have little to do
with their rejection, said Rachel
Perry, assistant to Price. "High
income blacks are rejected at the same
rate as low-income whites," she said.
Though legislation has not yet been
introduced to remedy the problem,
Price and others have requested that
House Banking Committee Chair
man Henry Gonzalez, D-Texas, hold
a hearing to examine the issue more
we do not discriminate," said William ;
Fitzgerald, president of Heritage ;
Federal Savings and Loan Associa- ;
tion. When reviewing loan applica-
tions, "it doesn't make any difference ;
to this company what color the ;
person is, where they work, or
anything else," he said. j
"IVe never been made aware by the
regulators of discrimination in any '
financial institution in North Caro-
lina," said Thad Woodard, president j
of the N.C. League of Savings I
Institutions, which represents 134
savings and loan institutions in North
Data obtained by the study is ;
incomplete because it does not
contain information on the economic ;
status of loan applicants. "Loan
statistics do not, by themselves, prove
discrimination," he said.
Credit Union Rates
SHARE CERTIFICATE RATES
30-89 Days 8.000 simple
90-179 Days 7.750 8.057
180-269 Days 8.0808.414
270-364 Days 8.0808.414
365 Days 8.2548.603
Compounding is daily. Rates subject to change daily.
Longer terms are negotiable, as are amounts of $10,000 or more.
Share Secured 10.00
Rates subject to change daily.
CSCU is not affiliated with UNC-CH.
It brings out
in all of us,"
1 Helium Highs moves to new location
Completion of the Centennial
Center is at least four years away,
INTERESTED IN A CAREER
AS A PARALEGAL?
The Legal Assistants Program
A certificate program open to women
who have earned a baccalaureate degree
Approved by the American Bar Association
1989 Summer Program May 22 - August 15
Information Session February 1
209 Hanes Hall, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
For further information write or call:
The Legal Assistants Program
. Meredith College
3800 Hillsborough Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607-5298
Telephone (919) 829-8353
said Mark Bockelman, NCSU sports
Student opinion about the facility
at NCSU is mixed, said Michael
Hughes, editor of NCSU's student
newspaper, The Technician.
"I think most- of the-students in
general are apathetic," Hughes said.
"Most students love Reynolds." .
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WERE FIGHTING FOR
By TRACY LAWS ON
In September 1987, Bill McMi
chael and Richard Carroll opened
Helium Highs while still students' at
UNC. Now the business is under new
management and is gearing up for a
grand opening in its new location.
Helium Highs will have its grand
opening Friday in its new office above
Salon 135 on Franklin Street.
John Haydock, the new president
of Helium Highs, said, "This week
we will hang fliers on campus, put
balloons on campus on Friday, give
discounts for Valentine orders made
on that day and also give out free
Since its opening, Helium Highs
has outgrown two locations.
Chris Crute, Helium Highs' new chad's death in January. McMichael.'
vice president, said, "Bill started the was shot and killed Jan. 10 by Lee
balloon delivery business out of his Sizemore at Sizemore's residence in
apartment. However, he soon out-, southeast Chapel Hill.
grew this location and moved into a
small office above Sadlack's.
"The office we're in now could hold
three of the offices we just moved out
Haydock came to Helium Highs
six months ago when McMichael
asked him to help with sales.
Crute began working with McMi
chael about two months after the
business opened. "Bill needed some
fliers done up, and I was the only
person he knew with a computer, so
he asked me to help," he said.
Crute and Haydock stepped in to
keep the business open after McMi-
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on Franklin Street above Sadlack's
'Bill's father approached us and
asked for us to keep the business.
open," Haydock said. -"This was Bill -McMichael's
business, and we think''
he would like for us to keep it open." .
In an Oct. 10, 1988 interview with
The Charlotte Observer, McMichael
said he opened the business because
balloons are a good way to say "hi" :
to people, and balloons last longer
than most flowers.
Helium Highs does most of its
business with UNC students and
campus organizations. But the com
pany has expanded into the business
community and onto other campuses.
Helium Highs launched 25,000,
balloons at the Wake Forest Univer
sity homecoming football game last I
October to raise money for the;t
The company supplies all 15 of the '.
Thalhimers department stores in the !
South and has corporate clients in ',
Washington, D.C., New York, Vir- !
ginia, New Jersey, South Carolina,-'
Florida and North Carolina. V
"I think we are a lot bigger than
what neoDle realize " Havdock said.
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The Herff Jones Representative will
be here to help you select your
5 visits for $17.50
10 visits for $30.00
offer good 'til 2789
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Salem Carpets, a major manufacturer and distributor, is rapidly
expanding nationwide. This stunning progress has created the
need to expand our Sales Force. Excellent entry level
opportunities are available to qualified individuals who are ready
for a fresh, new challenge within a productive company
These positions require strong communication skills and a high
degree of self-motivation. You will be required to participate in
an approximately 8 week training program where you will be
exposed to our manufacturing processes, customer relations,
and sales techniques. The initial training period will take place
in the Chattanooga area, however, will lead to relocation shortly
Salem offers an excellent compensation and benefits package .
ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD ON TUES
DAY, FEB. 7TH. TO SCHEDULE AN INTERVIEW,
CONTACT THE PLACEMENT OFFICE.
P.O. Box 220
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