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2The Daily Tar HeelMonday, April 24, 1989 World and Nation Alaskans From Associated Press reports VALDEZ, Alaska People all over Alaska, so heavily dependent on oil and fishing, agreed to silence their anger for five minutes Sunday to remember the way things were before a tanker spilled 10.1 million gallons of oil in an area rich in wildlife. The period of silence was requested by Gov. Steve Cowper to mark the 30-day anniversary of the spill. "This disaster has almost turned us into people who aren't human. WeVe been running on adrenalin just to get things accomplished," said Belle ft PERSONALIZED WOMEN'S HEALTH CARE up private practice offers confidential care including: Birth Control Free Pregnancy Tests Relief of menstrual cramps Abortion (up to 20 weeks) Gynecology Breast Evaluation PMS Evaluation & Treatment 942 The Nation's finest leadership and training program since 1868 Congratulations to this year's management team! Todd Ballenger Craig Buffkin Jamal Reimer David Schmitt Grec Yeomans Bobby Mauriello Nick Street And this year's sales representatives: Charmaine Brideman Trent McDevitt Gene Larson Bill Rubin Meredith Grimes Keith jernigan Randy Snyder Peck Morton Jay Faison Tommy Hunter Geoff Hens en Jon Campbell John Graham Rick Allison Shawn Fuller Beet on Davis Gina Wright Mike Jones Tim Pittman Somir Amin Brad Taylor Henry Wright Matthew Wittman See You in Alcapulco! (Summer positions still available. For information call 929-4008) FVVVVVVVVVV7VVVVVVVVVV VVVVVVVVV KAAAAA A A AAA A AAA A A A. A A A A R Summer's Alreadu lXj x - fd M" H ifei r S. A f V If q; v &r' x'fcc 0 1 x uxs-tK - I x 1 yA ' vTc v ' " " . If H-f I fit X - y ' ; -- - ' 1 ) ' I L Ar , y '' ?w - i ' "n """""""" I " g K. f " jf i V ' ' ' , i ' f I f ? Ill . i I I CALIFORNIA s CTr x K) x OJ PROLINE mark 30 days of Mickelson, who teaches commercial fishing at Cordova High School. "We need a quiet time to reflect on why we're here doing this and to get set. for the long haul. A Band Aid isn't going to fix this," she said. Meanwhile, a storm threatening wind up to 30 mph and 9-foot seas pushed oil to unstained shores over the weekend and forced a cleanup crew to take shelter. . "We expect to have some pretty severe weather for a few days," said Bill Lamoreaux, an Alaska Depart ment of Environmental Conservation TRIANGLE WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER 101 Conner Dr., Suite 402, Chapel Hill, NC - 001 1 or 942-0824 Across from University Mall COIVIPAIMY Will Rogers Steve Rogers Will Robinson Jim Ivey Bryan Smith Mike Lyndsey Ben Salemi Hunter Paine Phillip Dixon Drew Henley Tres Magner Ziad Hanhan David Robinson Bob DeRossex Chuck Teravainer Jennings Goforth Todd Anten Basil Al-Hussaini Mitra Lotfi Roland Tilden Travis Smith Kevin Newman Jeff Bolster Kepley Stonestreet Pat Kubis Kevin Dale Ed Danghtridge Craig Drawn bd supervisor. "It will definitely have an impact on skimming operations." The crude oil from Alaska's North Slope poured from the Exxon Valdez on March 24 after the tanker hit a reef in Prince William Sound, an important fishing area at the southern end of the Alaskan pipeline. Inadequate equipment and a slow response complicated recovery of the oil, which has been driven by currents to Kodiak Island, the nation's No. 1 fishing port. Thousands of birds and marine Late of personnel lines, but temporary and student wages come out of non personnel lines." Cuts in part-time and temporary employment would make up part of the steps being considered by UNC, Jones said. "The savings in personnel would be part-time and temporary people. There are a lot of part-time people that work in those areas and a lot of students, especially in the library and the planetarium." Found ads FREE in the DTH Greg Furlong Mike Amena Brent Buroker Keith Nixon Dave Stocks Anne Rucker Mark Shuffler John Ashley Mark Adkins Thome Gregory Chris Samuels Chase Hemphill Jason Burke Joel Olsen ' Davie McClure Bo Weatherly David Thorp Eliza Root Rhonda Kaye Willis Here Atx "32,3 X X X X X sS X X X X X X X X X X X X X sS X X x X X X X X X WINTER STYLES .oil spi mammals have been killed by the oil, and biologists fear many more will die. Fishermen frustrated by the pace of the cleanup have taken to sea in a makeshift flotilla, using scoops and buckets to gather the oil that threat ens their livelihood. Angry letters to the editor occupied five pages of Sunday's Anchorage Daily News. Comments included a suggestion that Exxon executives be tossed into pools of oil. from page 1 Lee Shapiro, Morehead Planetar ium director, said that while school visits make spring the busiest time of the year for the planetarium, most of the business is during the day. But the planetarium's public eve ning shows and weekend and evening group events held in the Morehead Building could be affected by cuts in hours, Shapiro said.' And while full-time staff members .work normal 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. hours, students could lose jobs if weekend and evening hours are cut, he said. "We certainly do use a lot of students on weekends and evenings." Peter White, director of the N.C. Botanical Garden, said the garden probably would not be hurt badly by any cuts in hours. Peak visiting times are in the spring and fall, not the summer, he said. If the garden were closed, staff members would still take care of the plants, White said. The garden employs 12 full-time permanent state employees, he said. Most part-time and temporary garden employees would not be affected by the closings, White said. "Most of our temporary labor is paid for by private foundations. The state pays a very small percentage of our temporary labor pool." I CAROLINA DINING SERVICE -Meal Card holders should take note that account balances will not carry over for either Summer sessions or the 8889 school year. NO Wis the time to apply for YOUR REFUND! -To get your refund, complete a Refund Applica tion in the Meal Card office (second floor, Lenior Hall) beginning Monv April 24. Applications for refunds must be received by May 13, 1989. -Please note the following CANNOT BE REFUNDED: 1) University mandated $100.00 deposit 2) accumulated bonus points -There will be a $1000processing fee for all refunds. REMEMBER TO SAVE YOUR MEAL CARDS They can be used during the summer and again next school year! TURN YOUR DEGREE INTO A GREATER DEGREE OF SUCCESS Learn how to become a Stockbroker with Stuart-James Investment Bankers ww;u m. M UK L STUART-JAMES INVESTMENT BANKERS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Member NASDQ 5IPQ MSE Family, friends of Iowa crew gather for battleship's return From Associated Press reports NORFOLK, Va. The scarred battleship USS Iowa returned Sunday to its home port, where about 1,000 family members and friends of the ship's crew gathered to welcome loved ones and remember the 47 sailors killed in an explosion. Sailors in whites with black arm bands lined the rails as the huge vessel docked at the Norfolk Naval Base's Pier 5 at 5:41 p.m. The explosion Wednesday flashed through the Iowa's No. 2 gun turret. . Defense secretary plans cuts WASHINGTON The Bush administration plans to move ahead with two kinds of mobile strategic missiles, to delay the B 2 Stealth bomber and to cut Star Wars spending, Defense Secretary Dick Cheney said Sunday. Cheney, in a television inter view, also said the administration plans to keep all four World War II vintage battleships in the fleet despite an explosion last week aboard one of them. The defense secretary was to appear before Congress on Tues day to detail cuts he has proposed to meet a $299.2 billion defense budget agreed upon by President For the Friday's article, "Salvadoran to outline life experiences," left out the names of the groups that sponsored Ruben Zamora's speech. UNC's Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense; the Institute in Latin Amer ican Studies; and the local group Triangle Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador were At our OPEN HOUSE Wednesday April 26, 6pm-8pm at the office of STUART-JAMES 2525 Meridian Parkway, Suite 240, Durham, NC Stuart-James is one of the nation's leading investment banking hrms with over oU offices nationwide, we nandle everything from the safest municipal bond funds to exciting, emerging growth companies. The qualities we look for in our young people are the same as those we look tor in the companies we take public... dynamic new ideas, cood minds, boundless energy, unbridled ambition. 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Soviet space program criticized MOSCOW - Soviets once danced in the streets to celebrate ! their country's space successes-, hailed by the party as proof of the J superiority of socialism. But with chronic shortages of. everything from toothpaste to! housing, the cheers are now.; drowned out by calls to spend!. available rubles on Earth. The Soviet space program has-! become the latest target of criti- ' cism as President Mikhail Gorba- chev's policy of "glasnost," or openness, unleashes long-" suppressed public complaints. Untold billions of rubles were?: spent to put the first Sputnik satellite in orbit in 1957, to make Yuri Gagarin the first man in space in 1961 and to achieve other space' feats. But more than 31 years after Sputnik circled the globe, Soviet -space exploration has not realized the prediction of Russian rocket 1 pioneer Konstantin Tsiolkovsky;' who said harnessing the cosmos would bring wealth. Record among several groups that sponsored the speech. . 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