North Carolina Newspapers

    VOLUME 115, ISSUE 141
Man shot in Food Lion lot
BY TED STRONG
SENIOR WRITER
One man shot another in the
parking lot of a Carrboro Food Lion
at about 6 p.m. Monday, according
to police.
The man police arrested was
kicking a man. who had been shot
and was on the ground, when
graduate student Jihan Ali walked
out of the grocery store near the
intersection of West Main Street
and N.C. 54.
*1 saw a big African-American
guy yelling at something that was
HOPING CAMPUS SIGNS ON
Materials allowed
in campaigns now
BY COLIN CAMPBELL
STAFF WRITER
A multitude of posters and A
frame signs are appearing across
campus today, touting various
candidates for February's student
body elections.
The candidates are entering a
crucial stage as they can begin using
campaign materials at 7 am. today.
STUDENT ELECTIONS * I fe '
like it s
going to be
one of the most important phases,"
student body president candidate
J.J. Raynor said of the next two
weeks before the election.
But materials also mean restric
tions that can result in fines for
noncompliant campaigns.
“I definitely expect to see a peak
in campaign violations this week,"
Board of Elections Chairman
Mitchell Capriglionc said.
The board provides candidates
with a list of approved campus
locations for material distribution.
All of the candidates said they
are educating their volunteers about
the restrictions, while the Board of
Elections is planning on keeping an
extra eye out for violations.
Last year, student body president
candidate Jon Kite was cited by the
board for a nontraditional cam
paign material —a satirical video
that board members said misrepre
sented the issues of the campaign.
This year candidates are using a
variety of styles for their materials.
“I think wr have a unique ad
campaign," student body president
hopeful Kristin Hill said. “It's dif
ferent; it’s memorable; and it’ll
make people laugh."
Other candidates value more
standard campaign materials.
“We’re going with the tried-and
true methods," said student body
president candidate l/rgan Liles.
“Nothing really beats fliers and
A-frames. We’re not trying to do
anything spectacular."
While some campaigns have
been planning materials for months,
Raynor said her campaign staff
spent Sunday building A-frames.
“I think 1 had the entire left side
of my face covered in paint at one
point," she said.
Contact the University Editor
at udesk@unc.edu.
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COURTESY OF PATRICK SUUIVAN/TIMES NEWS
Veterans in Henderson County
have the opportunity to see
the national WWII Memorial in
Washington, D.C., for free.
CORRECTION
Due to an editing error, the cutline
of the photograph with Monday's
front page story ‘Sapikowski will
plead guilt)’’ was incorrect. Adam
Sapikowski appeared in court Friday
to plead guilty to the first of three
charges against him for the 2005
slaying of his parents. The Daily Tar
Heel apologizes for the error.
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on the ground, and when I walked
by there was a guy lying on the
ground,” she said.
The yelling man started tugging
at the victim’s pants, as if trying to
drag him, eventually baring the
victim’s posterior, Ali said.
“It appears that they were famil
iar with each other," said Carrboro
police Capt. Daryl Caldwell. He
said they had argued before the
shooting.
Ali described the man as more
than 6 feet tall and weighing at
least 240 pounds. She said another
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DTH/SAM WARD
Kristin Hill (top), a student body president candidate, paints campaign signs with the help of Gabriella
Miyares and campaign managers Meghan Staffiera and Lindsay Ash, in Ash’s front yard Monday afternoon.
Guidelines for student government campaigning
Maximum spending:
► Student Body President; S4OO
► Senior Class Officers: $l5O
► CAA President; S4OO
► RHA President: $250
► GPSF President: $250
► Student Congress: S2O
N.C. veterans honored in flights
Program offers trip to memorial
BY SARAH FRIER
STAFF WRITER
HENDERSONVILLE - Sixty
seven years after serving in the
Pacific theater during World War 11,
Bob Cheadle remembers the uncer
tainty, the losses and the malaria.
The retired Marine can recite
specific dates, locations and out
comes of the battles in which he
participated especially his six
month stationing in Guadalcanal.
He doesn’t gloat, and he doesn't
tell horror stories either.
Sports | page 5
BITTERSWEET WEEKEND
The UNC wrestling team saw a
bittersweet weekend with a loss to
Virginia and a win against Virginia
Tech. Track and field and fencing
also faced competition.
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man, possibly a Food Lion employ
ee, told him to move away from the
victim.
The man then left the victim
and went to his nearby car, a sil
ver sedan parked in a handicapped
space, and waited until police
arrived, she said.
The man in the car was taken
into custody without incident, and
a pistol was recovered at the scene,
Caldwell said.
The victim, who was unrespon
sive when police arrived, was taken
to N.C. Memorial Hospital with a
Restrictions:
*• Materials must state that they
were paid for by the campaign.
► Materials cannot be placed within
50 feet of a UNC computer facility.
► Materials must not be placed in
off-limits areas, such as Lenoir Hall.
But Cheadle will tell you how
he was able to visit Washington.
D.C., to see the National WWII
Memorial despite declining health
and old age.
Through the Honor Air program,
which flies groups of veterans to
the memorial for free, every WWII
veteran in Henderson County has
had the opportunity to see'it
Established by Hendersonville
native Jeff Miller in 2006, the
Honor Air idea has since sparked
similar programs in other N.C.
single, life-threatening gunshot
wound, he said.
Carrboro police declined to
release either name Monday
night.
The suspect made a statement
to police. Caldwell said.
Officers searched the suspect’s
car and the area where the victim
had been shot, bagging several
pieces of evidence in biohazard bags
and carting off a bag of groceries.
Contact the City Editor
at citydesk@unc.edu.
>• Materials cannot be used before
7 a.m. today.
Penalties for violations:
► Decided on a case-by-case basis
by the Board of Elections, fines are
the most common penalty in the
campaigning process.
counties and 25 states.
Miller, who operates Miller’s
Laundry and Cleaners in downtown
Hendersonville, drew inspiration for
the program from his parents.
His father fought on the USS
Whitley in the Pacific, and his
mother had two brothers in the ser
vice, one of whom was shot down
in a naval plane. After his parents
died, he discovered they were char
ter members of the memorial.
*1 thought it stunk that they
didn’t get to see it during their
lifetime,’ Miller said.
SEE WAR VETERANS, PAGE 7
free blue books
THE ONLY FREE PAPER
The Daily Tar Heel will insert a free
blue book in newspapers in campus
dropboxes Wednesday. Beginning
this semester, the exam booklets cost
15 cents at Student Stores.
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DTH/TIMOTHY REESE
An investigator for the Carrboro Police Department collects items from
a shooting that occurred in the Food Lion parking lot Monday night.
Bush address
urges continuity
BY REBECCA PUTTERMAN
ASSISTANT STATE i NATIONAL EDITOR
President Bush used his last
scheduled opportunity to address
the State of the Union to call for
the country to continue on paths
he forged during his term.
“We have unfinished business
before us, and the American peo
ple expect us to get it done," Bush
said at the top of his address.
The speech addressed the eco
nomic problems of the last month
and unsolved issues from Bush's
term ranging from immigration to
Social Security to the w ar in Iraq.
Urging bipartisanship. Bush
began by asking Congress to pass
a $l5O billion economic growth
package as quickly as possible to
stimulate the economy in the face
of the recent downturn that he
deemed a slowing within a charac
teristically strong economy.
“If the economy were funda
mentally strong, we wouldn’t be
talking about a stimulus package."
said John Quinterno, who works
with economic policy at the N.C.
Justice Center. “The past six years
have not been all that particularly
positive for working families."
David Kusnet. a former speech
writer for President Bill Clinton
and a fellow at the Economic Policy-
Institute in Washington, D.C., said
Mangers help keep
campaigns running
Behind the scenes
help is a key role
BY MEGHAN PRICHARD
STAFF WRITER
Student body president candi
dates might be composed and all
smiles at public appearances, but
behind the scenes, the campaign
STUDENT ELECTIONS
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With only two weeks remaining
until campus elections, hopefuls
must juggle candidate forums,
strategy sessions and face-to-face
meetings with various students.
Throughout that process,
campaign managers help ensure
that things run smoothly by set
ting schedules and organizing
volunteers.
*My responsibility is just about
everything with the campaign."
said Katie Baker, who is serving as
manager for student body presi
dent candidate Logan Liles.
While Liles has one manager,
the other candidates Kristin
Hill and J. J. Raynor are taking
a more nontraditional approach
with their campaign managers.
Instead of having one person in
the position, both Hill and Raynor
have a team of managers.
Hill chose to combine the
skills of two of her close friends.
Lindsay Ash and Meghan
this day in history
JAN. 29,1986 ...
Student body president candidates
explain how they will address
black minority issues on campus.
Each candidate cites two main
concerns at the BSM forum.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2008
u We have unfinished
business before us,
and the America n
people expect us to
get it done"
PRESIDENT BUSH
that the speech lacked necessary
details and that Bush's evaluation
of the economy was “sketchy."
“Not only didn't he show any
real understanding of the insecu
rity or anxiety that Americans are
going through, but he didn’t offer
any explanation of how it came
about or an explanation of w hat
he had agreed to would solve any
problem," Kusnet said.
Beyond the economy, the pres
ident focused on messages that
have become familiar through
out his administration, including
maintaining national security and
winning the war in Iraq.
Kusnet said he was impressed
with Bush's direct statements con
demning the genocide in Darfur.
And UNC public policy pro
fessor Hodding Carter said he
was pleased to see Bush address
SEE STATE OF UNION. PAGE 7
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Katie Baker
is SBP hopeful
Logan Liles’
manager. They
worked on a
prior campaign
together.
I
Jeff Chen
is serving as
one of five
campaign
managers for
SBP candidate
JJ. Raynor.
1
Meghan
Staffiera
is a good
friend and
manager of
candidate
Kristin Hill.
Staffiera, because of their differ
ent perspectives.
“Lindsay, I've known since
sixth grade,’ Hill said. “I’ve run
for president of my class every
year since eighth grade... and she
was involved every year."
’Meghan ... plays devil’s advo
cate for me," Hill said. "She keeps
me grounded. The combination
of those two is incredible."
SEE MANAGERS. PAGE 7
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