4 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday. March 30. 1977
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NCSL to push series of bills before N.C. legislature
Morrison residents drank sodas and beer
while anxiously awaiting for their names to
be called out. Spaces for 229 women and 255
men were assured. After the drawing, the
names of approximately 100 residents were
placed on the dorm waiting list.
Students closed out of their residence halls
may have their names placed on a central
waiting list. A drawing to determine each
person's position on the waiting list will be
held April 5 in the housing contracts office.
Students willing to accept any room
assignment should list "any" as the fifth
choice in the list of hall preferences on the
application-contract; otherwise, the
application will be passed over until an
opening occurs in the preferred residence
By mid-July a letter describing the
housing situation at that time will be sent to
all students still on the waiting list. Those
students will have a choice of remaining on
the list and accepting any assignment or
canceling their contract and receiving a full
According to Peggy Gibbs, assistant to the
director for housing contracts. "Students
have a 50-50 chance of getting housing if they
hold out, but we can't blame people for
getting worried as the time for school to start
"We encourage students to find housing
for next fall while they are still here this
spring," Gibbs said. "Our office is open
during the week from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on
Saturdays to help students who are looking
for apartments. We urge them to come by."
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have been behind us," Walter Davis
said. "Give the same support next year,
and we will be back up there."
Tommy LaGarde leaned on his
crutches. "Think: there are700 million
people in China that don't care a thing
about the game," LaGarde said. "We
should just be thankful that we are here
: "Sorry we couldn't do better, but we
will be back next year," Phil Ford said.
"It feels great to be back in Blue
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By JAC I HUGHES
The N.C. Student Legislature (NCSL) will
propose a bill to the General Assembly which
would set minimum standards for working
conditions, housing and sanitation for migrant
farm workers in North Carolina.
The Duke University delegation introduced the
bill at the annual NCSL convention in Raleigh last
The bill also would regulate contracts of
migrant workers, according to Bruce Border,
chairperson of the UNC delegation to NCSL and
newly elected NCSL lieutenant governor.
"Each year we take what we feel are our
strongest bills to the General Assembly and lobby
for them." Border said.
Other bills NCSL will push include the
Executive Reform Act (proposed by the UNC
delegation), a minimum wage bill for summer
camp workers and farm laborers (proposed by the
Greensboro College delegation), and the Speedy
Trial Act (proposed by the UNC-Charlotte
delegation). ' '
The Executive Reform Act would give the
governor the power to appoint members of the
Advisory Budget Commission. Border said. Other
provisions of the bill, would authorize
gubernatorial succession and give the governor
Border said the Migrant Seasonal Farm Labor
Reform Act received the Best Bill Award at the
NCSL convention. "It's a unique bill." he said.
"The migrant farm worker issue hasn't been
touched in this state."
He said North Carolina ranks third behind
California and Florida in the number of migrant
"The situation in North Carolina is really bad,"
Border said. "Out of 200 or 300 migrant camps in
the state, only 47 have ever been inspected. They're
supposed to be checked by the state and federal
departments of labor, but there are no inspection
"The Duke bill would . set standards and
Carr Mill to open in May
Carr Mill Shopping Village, the new
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The 28.000-square-foot Harris Teeter
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Border said that in the 40 years of NCSL's
existence, approximately 40 per cent of the bills
that NCSL proposed to the General Assembly
passed in one form or another. A good example is
the UNC Hunger BilL which was passed two years
ago." Border said.
"Whether our bills are enacted doesn't really
matter, though." he said. "We like to inform
legislators of what students think is important."
The NCSL began in 1937 as an exercise in
debating technique and it patterns its procedures
after those of the General Assembly. Delegations
from 40 universities in the state attend its sessions.
Each school can send up to 50 delegates to the
state convention each spring. The delegates are
' chosen in the first four weeks of the fall semester
and meet to discuss topics of general interest, such
as education and juvenile justice.
Statewide commissions then are formed to
research the areas for possible legislation. Interim
councils meet throughout the year to coordinate
the activities of the various commissions.
In the spring, delegates converge on Raleigh.
"We work from 8:30 in the morning to 12 at
night," Border said. "We have a lot to get done in
such a short time." '
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Don't become discouraged if it takes a while for
your skin to tan. Ability to tan and rate of speed in
tanning depends on the amount of melanin found
in the skin, Sams says. Melanin is a dark-brown
pigment found in amounts that vary from person
to person. The more melanin a person has, the
darker his skin will tan. Amounts of melanin and
skin color are related genetically. For example,
persons with the least amount of melanin have
blue eyes; brown eyes are associated with heavy
pigmentation. "Blacks have the most, and blue
eyed persons have much less." Sams says. "Some
persons can get almost black, others can't."
But rate of fading is not related to the amount of
melanin. Fading is a process of shedding tanned
skin cells. The rate varies from person to person.
Finally, be aware that prolonged exposure to
the sun is known to have ill effects. "It's a pretty
well established fact that prolonged exposure to
sunlight leads to skin cancer," Wheeler says.
Wrinkles, brown spots and dilated blood vessels
are also thought to come from prolonged
"Take somebody out in the sun like a farmer.
His face and neck arc wrinkled and furrowed, but
under his shirt his skin is nice and soft," Sams says.
Creams and lotions can be used to slow down the
aging and wrinkling process because they
moisturize the skin.
Many doctors try to discourage sunbathing.
"You shouldn't try to sunbathe. But if you tell
somebody he's going to kill himself, he'll say a tan
looks neat," Sams says.
Fair-skinned sunbathers are the most likely
candidates for wrinkled skin and skin cancer,
Sams and Wheeler say. Melanin screens out some
of the damaging ultraviolet radiation, and since
dark-skinned persons have more melanin, less
damage is done to their skin. Black persons are
almost immune to skin cancer of the sort
associated with ultraviolet radiation. Wheeler
says. Their skin also wrinkles less readily. "That's
why it's so hard to tell the age of a black person; he
doesn't have as many wrinkles," Sams says.
A reasonable amount of exposure to the
summer sun will help you look and feel your best,
but don't get too much of a good thing. Happy
Merit selection bill defeated
The N.C. House of Representatives Tuesday
turned down a constitutional amendment calling
for merit selection of judges. The House favored
the measure by a 58-56 vote, which was 12 votes
short of the 72 votes necessary to pass a
The amendment would have rejected the state's
present system of electing judges in nonpartisan
elections in favor of a judicial nominating
committee. The bill proposed that persons
interested in becoming judges register with the
commission. The commission would meet in
panels and offer a list of nominees to the governor,
who would make an appointment from this list.
The appointee's name would be put on the
ballot in the next general election to allow the
people to decide whether he should remain in
office. He would have to receive a favorable vote
of 60 per cent or better to retain his position.
The bill called for the 150-man commission to
be appointed by the governor, the chief justice of
North Carolina, the speaker of the House and the
president pro tern of the Senate.
Rep. Parks Helms. D-Mecklenburg. said after
the debate he felt the amendment was necessary to
give voters the right to select judges.
"When we have an incapable, incompetent
judge who is just not capable, people should have
the right to vote him out of office." he said.
Opponents of the measure argued during the
debate that it would take from voters the right to
select judges by taking away the electoral system.
This was the third time the issue has been
presented to the N.C. General Assembly. In 1975
the amendment was voted down in the House
Constitutional Amendments Committee. In 1973,
the House killed the measure on the floor.
The Daily Tar Heel incorrectly
reported Tuesday that Dean Smith would
speak at the Student Government
sponsored rally for the basketball team at
9 p.m. today at Carmichael Field. Sm,ith
will not be present.
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