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Thursday, January 9, 1975
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S8d and ditcussion on poHOeai Mid social situation In
Cuba will be shown at tonigM al t. Chapal HUI Paaoa
Cmttr inside the Community Church. ICS frioy fid. Caf
625-2607 for mora Information.
Organizational mtating of th. UNC Veterans CJub at 730
tonight, 217 Unton. j
Volar registration, 9 a-m. to noon and 1j p-m. t S
Chapel HUI Municipal BuHdlng. j
Hems of Interest
Tha Department of Aarospaoa Studkis Is Sar1na Ground
School Instruction at no charga In preparation for Be Federal
Aviation Administration private pilot examination.
Enrollment deadHna is Jan. 10.
Switchboard, Chapel Hill's crisis intervention, telephone
counseling, information and raft net agency, wis soon begin
a training program for new volunteers. Those Interested in
applying should call B29-.7177 by Jan. 13.
APO Book Co-op will be accepting took 9 a .m. to 5 p.m.
Jan 7-1 3 in Great Hall of the Union. Selling of these books wffl
be from Jan. 7-15. Money andor books will be returned 9
a.m. to S pjn. Jan. 16 In Great Hall.
Students interested in working with a federal agency this
summer should plan to take the February Summer
Employment Exam. Application to bike this test must be
received by Jan. 17. For more information, come by the
placement office, 211 Gardner.
Women's health movie, Taking Our Bodies! Back," 8 p.m.
right on red
Right turns on red lights are still legal in
Chapel H ill unless marked otherwise, thanks
to a recently passed local ordinance.
This follows the Dec. 31 expiration of the
state-wide right-turn-on-red experiment.
There is no state law saying that towns
may not make their own ordinances of this
type. Alderman Gerry Cohen said.
Chapel Hill has had an ordinance for 6 or
7 years now that allowed right turns on red
lights at. certain intersections anyway, he
said. Carrboro has no similar ordinance.
Cohen said that he expects the state
legislature to enact a permanent right-turn-on-red
legislation shortly after it reconvenes
Carrboro policemen say they will
probably issue warnings for such turns to
allow people to get used to the change until
and unless the state legislature makes right-turns-on-red
lights legal permanently.
First Jump Course $40.00 Yiur Own Group of 5 Or More $30.00 Per Person
Price Includes Logbook, 111 Training, All Equipment And First Jump.
Parents PermissiomNot Required For Those 18 Or Older
Transportation Problems? Call Us.
Franklin County Sport Parachute
Phone Louisburg 496-9223 , ,
24 Miles North of Raleigh, Half Way Between Franklinton And Louisburg
On Highway 56, South Side Of Highway
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Yellow Dodge Ven '66. standard ehitt, new tire, paint,
battery, pennelled, tape deck, good engine, carpe tted, need
little work. $1,000 or beet otter, 967-5168 telofv 11 p.m.
Old Gibon Lei Paul Guitar. $275, firm. Call 923-1817.
Roommate needed, rent, swap, etc. 2 belroom furnished
basement apt $173mo. plus utilities. Call John, 929-2095.
Yum-Yum Apartment for sublease. Jan. 2 0-Seft. 6. Single
bedroom, all electric, air conditioned, for $13$ month. In
Carrboro, call 967-8055.
Two mobile homes for sale or rent, one 12X60, lerje carpeted
livtngroom, 2 bedrooms, elrcondttioned, $3,700. One 12X50,
two bedroom. $2300. 929-8179 after 3 p.m.
Apartment for rent, one bedroom, carpeted, air conditioned,
grounc'floor of a spilt level near Eastgate. $160.00 per month.
929-8179 after 3 pjn.
For Sale: room contract In Old West Will accept reasonable
offer. Can 933-6633 and ask for Forrest or Dave.
Friday. A Women's Place In mo Presbyterian Student Cawlar.
There wtt be pofuttc supper at 7 tor anyone who would Bee
to coma Man welcome.
The New American Movement, a democratic
organization, wta hirve an open house for aS Interested
people in the unWenJty community from 3 to $ pjm. Friday,
213 Union. Local aociattsts from the campm and Xhm tamintat
GUman chapter will tie there to meet and talk with Interested
Episcopal student gathering: dinner at f pjn- Sunday,
Chapel of the Cross (50 cents) fefcowed by presentation
and discussion, "Worship in the rpiicopal Church: The
Gentle Art of Confution.-
Mr. John Pobee, head of the Department of ReHgioua
Studies, University of Ghana Legon, wS apeak at S pjn..
Sunday, 106 Saunders Han, on African and EHeckraiigione.
ECOS Campus Re-cycling will hold a meeting at 730 pjn.'
Monday, 205 Union. It's imperative for ad those interested m
recycling this semester. Newcomers are welcome.
The Student Stores Advisory committee will meet 4 pjn.
Monday. Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Union. Please
try to attend.
Beginning Monday, She Guidance and Testing Center in
Nash HaB (across Irom the ton parking lot) wta be open on
Mondays from 7 to 10 pjn. in addition to Ha regular f a-m. to 5
p.m. hours Monday through Friday. Come by or phone 933
2175 for an appointment
Peter J. Hen riot. Staff Associate at Center of Concern,
Washington D.C, win speak on the Bucharest Conference
and Population Policy after a buffet supper at 530 pjn.
Monday, Wesley Foundation. Sponsored by the Population
Staff photo by Charles Hardy
Right on red Is still legal in Chapel Hill
Don't be satisfied with anything but the best
and most complete jump training available.
Franklin County has a staff of professional
instructors who have trained over 1 ,000 North
Carolina first jump students since September
1973, while- maintaining an absolutely
unblemished safety record:
AND YOU CAN BE ONE OF THEM
We care about you. your training, your
safety and your future jumping. Before
you decide where to jump, call us. Come
look us over YOU BE THE JUDGEI
COME FLY WITH US
Open Six Days 8 a.m. till dark (Closed
Student Training Classes 1 0:00 a.m. and
Jump the day you train (weather
One female roommate needed Royal Park Apt. Rent
negotiable, own bedroom. 13 utilities, A-C. Call 967-5910
anytime or 942-8213.
Bushin-Kai karate classes! Every Tues. and Thurs. 7 p.m.
Beginning Thursday, Jan. 9 at 111 12 Merrltt Mill Road near
Carrboro Town limits. Ogle Shaw instructor. 929-8338.
Notice: The Lighthouse is featuring the finest local and out-of-state
dance bands every Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights, 8:00 till 130. Bring you dale and your dancin'ahoes
for fine entertainment at fair prices. This week from Ashboro,
N.C., Atwater Kent. Located at Highway 54 and 751 at Hope
Valley. Formerly Mad Dogs Saloon. 489-3017.
Persian Course. Learn the spoken Farsl in 6 weeks for many
Job opportunities in IRAN. Call 987-2854. Keep trying.
Omega watch lost: $25 reward, blue face, leather band, date
mechanism. I lost the watch en Monday. It's of much
sentimental value. Call Fred 942-6877.
KARATE - UNC TAE KWON DO dub Introductory meeting
and films Tuesday, January 14th, 6.-30 pjn. Union Room 202.
AM interested persona welcome. AH old students required.
by Art Bsenstsdt
It's ironic that the most important
piece of legislation produced by the 56th
session of the Campus Governing
Council (CGC) sets up a commission to
The 2 1 -member legislative arm of the
Student Government Association
(SGA) has acted on bills concerning
funding for campus publications, a
massive new parking program, student
rights and liberties and the Student
However, CGC speaker Johnny
Kaleel found it difficult to say if he felt
the council had any major
accomplishments since it convened last
Nor does Kaleel think CGC will show
any spectacular turnabout in the two
months remaining before it adjourns.
"We suffer from the same major
problem everybody else in Student
Government does," Kaleel said
Wednesday. "Nobody cares."
Kaleel contends that Student Body
President Marcus Williams and the
executive branch of SGA have taken
most of the initiative in the various
programs passed during the year.
"This is not so much the fault of the
by Vernon Loeb
"I don't like to destroy dogs. That's why I
asked students to take the campus dogs
home over the Christmas vacation," town
dogcatcher John Sauls said Monday.
Sauls announced before the holidays that
any stray dogs found on campus would have
to be killed.
"At this point," he said, " I'd like to express
- my appreciation to the students who did take
the dogs home. None of the campus dogs
were destroyed. When I came on campus
during vacation, there were no dogs roaming
"The campus is not part of my regular
route, but when students leave Jam forced to
come on campus to look for starving dogs,"
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Dresses 49.50 21.50
Dresses 42.50 21.50
Dresses 29.50 14.99
Tops 11.95 5.99
Tops 7.95 3.98
Skirts 9.95 4.98
Long Skirts 24.95 16.63
Long Skirts 18.95 12.63
Pants 8.99 4.50
Men's Shirts 13.95 6.99
Flannel Shirts 7.50 5.99
Corduroy Jeans 12.95 8.63
Belts . 6.90 3.95
Buckles 5.00 4.25
Assorted Jewelry 25 off
Assorted Pipes 15 off
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103 IE. Franklin St.. Chapel Hill
Shop Mon. - Sat. 9 til 6
Sluggish CGC session
people on CGC," Kaleel said. "Half the
people on CGC never miss a meeting,
have their work in on time and are
finding out what needs to be done.
The remaining members, according
to Kaleel, have prevented CGC from
exercising its full power as a co-equal
branch of SGA.
"It's always been like that," the
speaker said. "On the national level, the
same thing has happened.
"On CGC, the majority of work has
been done by a small minority."
The CGC is just completing its second
year. Before 1973, legislative functions
in SGA were handled by the 50-member
On Jan. 21, the Elections Board must
conduct a campus-wide referendum on
whether to retain SG or revert to S.L.
A two-thirds vote against CGC will be
required to eliminate it.
Despite its problems, Kaleel does not
think CGC will lose.
- The speaker said no group has
organized against CGC, no one has
killed over break
of students' care
He stressed that students should not
bring dogs to school if they are going to
allow them to roam the campus.
Even though when on campus the dogs'
will not be picked up, once they stray into the
town, Sauls said, "It is my job to pick them
"Today, with the students back, I picked
up more dogs than 1 did during the
vacation," he said.
When a dog is picked up by Sauls, a $15
fine must be paid before the dog is returned.
If he picks up that same dog again, the fine is
increased to $25.
If a dog is not claimed after three days in
the pound, it must be killed.
Sauls advised all students living in Chapel
Hill to purchase required tags for their dogs.
Tags cost $5 for normal dogs and $3 for dogs
who have either been spayed or neutered.
O 113 W. Franklin
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shows little initiative
come up with an alternative plan, and
stated his belief that the cumbersome
Student Legislature would simply
magnify the problems of CGC.
One common problem with CGC
mentioned by Kaleel, Williams, and
others is apathy on the part of voters.
For various reasons, seven CGC
members resigned in mid-session last
September. In the original round of
elections, a total of 68 votes were cast in
all seven races.
Dan Besse, one of six representatives
on the ad hoc CGC Reforms
Committee, considers its report as one
of the most important goals of the
All meetings of the . Reform
Committee will be open to the public. Its
first public hearing will be held next
Wednesday evening in the Union.
Although many of the bills passed in
CGC originated in the executive
branch, the members have seen some
Besse, who is a strong advocate of
consumer and environmental
These tags can be purchased at the tax
office in the Municipal Building on North
Columbia St. or the dog pound on Plant Rd.
Sauls said if people would keep track of
their dogs, buy I.D. tags and collars, and
keep them on a leash when on Franklin St.,
fewer dogs would be killed because of human
Times, dates, and places
Spring semester has begun and brings with
it a whirlwind of dates and places, to
Late registration which began yesterday
continues through Monday, Jan. I3, in
Hanes Hall as well as in the individual
Drop-add, held in individual
departments, follows the same dates as.
Registration for pass-fail, which began
yesterday, ends Friday, Jan. 3 1 . A maximum
of 24 hours of pass-fail credit may count
toward graduation. Only seven hours may be
taken per semester.
Books can be bought several places. The
Student Stores' hours run from 8 a.m. to 9
p.m., Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. Saturday.
The Intimate Bookstore opens from 10
a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Saturday,
and 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday. It is not
buying used books now.
The APO Book Co-op, set up in the Great
Hall of the Union, accepts and sells books
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through
Friday, and 12 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday until
Crabtree Valley Mall, Raleigh
Shop Mon - Sat. 10 til 9:30
protection, sponsored a measure late
last spring to install collection boxes for
recycling around campus.
Besse also cited establishment of a
Student Health internship and a
clarification of dorm search regulations
as other major areas of activity.
Ben Steelman, chairman of the Rules
committee, is proud of virtually
completing a codification of past SGA
laws. Previously, CGC had several
embarrassing incidents when it passed
bills that were in violation of past
Bill Strickland, chairman of the
Judiciary Committee, praised passage
of the Judicial Reform document last
fall. However, he did not forsee any
major legislation coming from his
committee in the near future.
"We've just got to sit and watch how
judicial reform works over the next
year," Strickland said. "Until then, the
committee will be forced to be an
inactive part of CGC."
Rep. Mark Dearmon, who is also
chairman of the Publications Board,
said, "With the exception of the Black
Sounds thing, which I think we should
have stayed out of, I think CGC has
been very helpful to the publications."
Dearmon cited the new Pub Board
by-laws, the constitutional amendment
designed to allow organizations to keep
their budget surpluses upon request,
and two Pub Board rererenda coming in
January as examples.
In the "Black Sounds" incident,
pressure from the CGC led by Rep. Carl
Fox was instrumental in the petition
campaign to return a black-oriented
music program to WCAR.
Fox is also chairman of the Finance
Committee. He said Tuesday that
several hundred dollars have yet to be
allocated in the 1974-75 SGA budget.
While he said there will be little, if any
surplus, Fox added there is little danger
of a budget overrun.
Students may take their used books to the
Co-op through Monday, Jan. 13. Money or
unsold textbooks may be obtained
Thursday, Jan. 16, and for 30 days after in
the APO office in Smith Building.
Spring Break this year falls between
Monday, March 10 and Monday, March 17.
Exams are scheduled for Monday, April
28 through Wednesday, May 7.
Spring Commencement will be Sunday
near at hand
Final plans for the long delayed dramatic
arts building project on the Carolina campus
may be near at hand, Allen S. Waters,
operations and engineering chief said
"The architects are at work on a redesign
of the building now," Waters said.
"Hopefully they will be ready in about ten
days for review by the University."
The North Carolina legislature
appropriated $2,225,000 for the theatre's
construction in 1971. That sum has not been
The lowest bid for architecture and
construction received last August was
$4,705,000, resulting in a complete revision
of the original plans.
"I'm sure the building will be smaller"
Waters said. "The architects are working on
space reductions now."
The original plans called for an unusual
building with a revolving audience platform,
seating 400 to 500 persons.
The theatre construction was initially
planned for the old Emerson baseball field,
now the Union parking lot. A new site just
east of Cobb dormitory has since been
proposed. No final decisions have been
made, but Waters said the new site is "under
strong (University) consideration."
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