2 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, September 2. 1977
S-4, S-5 permits
airport lot open
Approximately 3,200 parking permits will
be distributed to UNC students Sept. 6 and 7
by University Police, but a larger number of
applicants than ever before will be left
"1 don't know the exact figures yet, but
more students applied than ever before,"
traffic department supervisor Carolyn
The problem has been particularly acute
in S-5 parking areas, which include Stadium
Drive and Ramshead parking lot, where
many students having valid permits have
been unable to find parking.
To help alleviate this problem, persons
having valid S-5 parking stickers will be
allowed to park in S-4 zones without penalty
until permanent stickers are distributed,
according to Ted Marvin, director of the
security services department. S-4 areas
include lots near several South Campus
"We apparently have not done our job,"
Marvin said. "There are obviously more
people wanting to park there (in S-5 areas)
than there are spaces for."
A new town ordinance that restricts
parking on 41 Chapel Hill streets is blamed
for causing the record number of applicants.
The ordinance went into effect Aug. 15,
causing many students to lose off-campus
"There is less street parking now, so
people who normally did not apply for a
permit had to," Mrs. Taylor said.
Students should come by the police office
in the Y-court to pick up permits.
Students not receiving permits will be
notified later if space becomes available in
one of the popular on-campus lots. Traffic
officials said chances of availability are slim.
Spaces are available at UNC's parking lot
off Airport Road for $3 per year, and bus
passes to bring students onto campus are
available for $18 per year.
Students who have obtained a waiver letter
from the Student Aid Office may not change
their meal plans with Servomation-Mathias
Inc. The Daily Tar Heel incorrectly reported
Thursday that they could. The DTH regrets
to Work at
Meeting Sept. 6 & 7, 7 PM
209 Student Union
FROM: Ferebee Taylor
SUBJECT: Implementation of Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973
The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare has
recently issued its regulation for the implementation of
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. This act
"No otherwise qualified handicapped
individual. . .shall, solely by reason of his handicap,
be excluded from the participation in, be denied the
benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under
any program or activity receiving Federal financial
Please be advised that it is the policy of The University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill not to discriminate on the
basis of handicap in the programs or activities which it
operates including admission or access to, or treatment or
employment in, those programs and activities.
I have designated Vice Chancellor for Administration
Douglass Hunt, 05 South Building, Telephone 933-7771 , to
be the employee responsible for coordinating the efforts of
the University to comply with this regulation implementing
Any student who has a grievance arising under this
regulation should lodge such grievance with Associate
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs James O. Cansler, who
is Chairman of the Student Grievance Committee. Any
SPA employee who has a grievance arising under this
regulation should use the established University Staff
Employee Grievance Procedure. Faculty members and
EPA non-faculty employees should lodge any such
grievance with the Faculty Grievance Committee or the
EPA Non-Faculty Grievance Committee respectively.
(Above is the text of a notice published by Chancellor
Taylor on August 30, 1977.)
Cadmus reminisces about hospital opening
By JAY JENNINGS
On Sept. 2, 1952, UNCs new hospital
opened its doors. Well, not all of them.
"The front door wasn't ready, but we
went in the back," said Dr. Robert
Cadmus, the hospital's first director,
recalling the rushed inauguration of the
long-awaited teaching hospital for the
Cadmus was at North Carolina
MemorialHospital(NCMH)this week to
celebrate the hospital's silver anniversary.
Cadmus assumed the NCMH
directorship in 1950, leaving a hospital
administrator's job at Case Western
Reserve University near Cleveland. He
served as director until 1 962, overseeing a
hospital that gained respect as fast as it
gained additional wings.
DUI drivers in
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UP1) - Initial
results in a first-ever California test show
that more than one in five motorists stopped
for drunken driving have marijuana in their
blood, it was learned Thursday.
Officials said indications are that as more
blood is sampled the incidence rate will jump
to one in four.
The preliminary report of the experiment
by the state Justice Department disclosed
that 22 per cent of 29 1 blood samples drawn
from suspected drunken drivers contained
Watch for the coupon
special in Tuesday's paper
in front of Granville Towers
The hospital's openiniz was delaved bv
construction strikes and assorted
problems from spring, 1952, to July, and
then to September. "We couldn't wait any
longer, because the students were arriving
to start med school," Cadmus said.
So on Sept. 2, dignitaries tromped
through red mud and past workmen to
await the first patient. When Mrs. John
F. Bolton of West End arrived, she was
greeted by photographers' flashbulbs and
Chancellor Robert B. House's
handshake. Almost simultaneously, the
hospital's first baby was born just outside
the emergency room, and the hospital's
tradition of health care to the state began.
But it was an arduous beginning.
Cadmus oversaw a skeletal staff. 45 per
cent ol whom had never worked in a
Calif, show grass in blood
varying amounts of marijuana.
"That's high." Assistant Highway Patrol
Commissioner Lloyd Sellers commented.
The initial findings covered the first three
months of the year-long project. A
researcher, who asked not to be identified,
said that unpublished results from the
second reporting period indicate an increase
to 26 per cent in the number of samples that
Some law enforcement officials have long
suspected that many motorists stopped for
drunken or erratic driving but who easily
Memorable Dining In Historic Hillsborough . . .
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Pete and Lois Thompson
Owner and Manager
& Cbdotual im
V.V. "Pete" Thompson, Inn Keeper
153 W. King St. Hillsborough, N.C.
10 miles from Chapel Hill off Highway 86
Slipping into a pair ol
leve at first step Especially
the Bass Country collection.
Because when it comes to style.
Bass Country is class country They look
smashing with chinos. Or, if you're in the mood, roll up those cuffs and
pull on your stnpey socks, for Bass with a touch of sass. With jeans, you'll
get the look of a boot, without having to pay the price ot a boot, to boot.
And Bass wont break up with you They're built to take all the
biking, hiking and dancing you can cram into life, because we give each
shoe a lot of sole an all natural gum- rubber sole for the cushiest, bounciest, most
comfortable walk ever In fact Bass shoes are so durable, they'll probably outlast
Fted, Mike. Bob, Jonathan .. Introduce
Bass Country They were made for each
Shoemaker Hi America ror t nundrec year)
"We trained them," Cadmus said. "We
were almost a religious order. We pushed
people farther than you could today. The
dedication - you had to have it. Nurses
would stay overtime. We just worked till
we were finished."
The hospital, designed in 1949,
included many duplicate facilities for
, black and white patients, which Cadmus
viewed as something of an
embarrassment. "When I came," he said.
"I didn't operate it that way."
. The duplicate facilities were gradually
converted to other uses without undue
controversy. "Now in Pittsboro or
Burlington, you couldn't have done that
back then." said Cadmus, who recalled
that a black woman was chief technician
of the blood bank in 1952.
passed sobriety tests were using marijuana or
a combination of marijuana and liquor.
The Justice Department and the state
Office of Traffic Safety began the federally
financed $82,000 experiment in April to
determine the incidence of marijuana use by
drivers suspected of being intoxicated.
The samples are gathered from suspects
and analyzed in a private laboratory in Los
Angeles. The drivers are not told that their
blood is being used in a marijuana study and
they are not subject to additional charges
because of the findings.
One of the truly historic spots in Orange County is
the old Colonial Inn in Hillsborough. Its history dates
back to 1759, and it has been famous throughout the
land, almost from that time, for its food and lodging.
Mostly it is famous for its wonderful "old South" food
that is served daily from 1 1:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Pete Thompson, who is your host, extends to you
and yours a cordial welcome. Some folks say that he
wen't admit to being with the Inn when it first opened
back in 1 759, but he won't deny it either. He does make
you feel at home. For good food and fellowship and a
chance to live a little past history, plan to visit the
Colonial Inn soon.
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th
FEATURING CAROLINA STARS
OF THE PAST:
BOBMcADOO MITCH KUPCHAK
CHARLIE SCOTT WALTER DAVIS
BOBBY JONES LENNIE ROSENBLUTH
and many more
ALL TICKETS $3.00 ALL SEATS RESERVED
Tickets Now On Sale
at the Carmichael Ticket Office
Sponsored by the Campus Chest
in conjunction with UNC
II you're goinv home this weekend,
..'alir,n containers ot water.
An orientation session for Murdoch Center will be
held Sept. 6 and 7 at 7:00 in Room 209 of the
Carolina Union. Carpools will be arranged for all
STUDENTS WELCOME Binkley Baptist
Church, S.E. corner of University Mall. Rides
available from Student Union (Raleigh Rd.
entrance) and Chase Cafeteria each Sunday, 9:20
for Church School (College Class) and 10:30 for
Morning Worship at 11:00. Dress optional we
know Jesus never had a tie.
Automobiles & Auto Setyj.ee
r mi nwnirH mrrafc I W ' it
Becker's Electronics: Special $10.95 will repair,
clean, lube & adjust any make turntable. Expert
repairs all makes CB's, stereos, turntables,
radios. FCC license. Becker's Electronics, 108
Henderson St., 942-7959.
VW GOT THE BLAHS? TUNE-UPS $12.50
PLUS PARTS. MUFFLERS, CLUTCHES,
SHOCKS, BRAKES, VALVES, REBUILDS.
THE BUG HAUS GUARANTEES PARTS &
LABOR. 967-7414 EVENINGS . FOR
1973 Vega Hatchback. Tuned and serviced. Very
good condition and clean. $780.00 or best offer.
967 9421 anytime. Apt. 3 304 W. Carr St.
VW PARTS & MACHINE SERVICE FOR DO-IT-YOURSELFERS
AT LOWEST PRICES. THE
BUG HAUS. 967-7414 EVENINGS FOR
Original jewelry by local craftsman. Recast old
gold. Custom and repair work welcome.
LYSANDER'S JEWELRY, 105 North Columbia
above Wally's. 10:30-5:30 Tues.-Fri., Sat. 11 3.
K&L Sound Services official campus
representative Paul Kemp. Sell over 120 brands of
stereo equipment, TV's, CB's, car stereos at low
discount prices. Call 933-8813.
Kenwood KA-2002 stereo amplifier and Garrard
40B turntable-changer. Both in excellent
condition. Both for only $110.00. Originally
$250.00. Call Allen at 933-2884.
Needed: men and women for light city delivery
work. Full & part time openings. Excellent
income. Day and evening openings. Apply in
person 201 N. Roxboro St. (downtown area)
Northwestern Bank Bldg. Suite 200, Durham,
N.C. 9:00 A.M. til 8:00 PM. Mon-Friday.
Wanted people to do phone work. Day &
evening shifts available. Good pay. No experience
needed. We train. Apply in person 201 N.
Roxboro St. (downtown area.) Northwestern
Bank Bldg. Suite 200, Durham, N.C. 9:00 A.M. til
8:00 PM. Mon-Friday.
Immediate Openings for Waitresses, Cooks,
Busboys & Dishwashers. Apply between 4 & 6
p.m. at Auggies Restaurant, 942-5153.
I am looking for two students with a pickup or van
to do part time piece work installation for Insula
tion Company. Reply DTH Box A.
Part-time delivery job; ideal for married student;
must have own car, Friday afternoons; 942-4691.
Reliable person wanted to care for two boys, ages
6 and 3. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 2:30 to
5:15. Colony Woods on bus route. 929-1284
Wanted: Cartoonists, News Reporters,
Sports Reporters, and Photographers. Work
for by-line and experience on award winning
rural weekly newspaper, The Pittsboro Herald.
15 miles south of Chapel Hill. No pay, but you
wouldn't get paid if you worked for the Tar
Heel either. And this is "real world" ex
Typist: experienced in legal psychological,
business, etc. Papers, theses, and dissertations.
IBM Correcting Selectric, reasonable rates.
Located in Mebane. Call 1-563-2744.
Wanted: Salesperson with real ability, interest in
customer satisfaction and desire in making money
selling kitchen items. Part-time earnings $250.00
per month. Call Dave 929 6387.
Learn to fly with the Chapel Mill FlyingClub flight
time $12 50 per hour instruction $7.00 per hour
call 929 5725
take home your dirty clothes and bring back
SANDELL BALLET STUDIO
MRS. RONNIE SUE MANDEL,
Ballet & Tap for Children & Adults
Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced Levels
AIR CONDITIONED STUDIO WITH
UNIVERSITY SQUARE, adjacent to
Granville Towers 929-7304
Lost & Found
I in i mm minimi iq
Lost: Wallet, black three-fold. Lost in front of
Peabody or at Varsity tennis courts. If found,
please call Ervin Re id, 967-5708. Reward.
Shrimp, scallops, and fish fresh from the Carolina
coast. Wholesale and retail. Friday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
corner of Rosemary and Church. Quantities from
one pound on up available. Extra savings on
orders over 25 pounds. Please place special
orders, 25 pounds shrimp or scallops minimum,
by 3 p.m. Wednesday. Call 942-4212. Stop by andl
check our quality and prices.
Xerox copies just 5 per copy. Available at the
Daily Tar Heel, first floor, Carolina Union.
I have a N4 parking sticker that I would be willing
to trade for a S-4 or S-5 sticker. Call Jim at 933
6366. COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS.
Thousands on file. All academic subjects. Send
$1.00 for mail order catalog. Box 25918-Z, Los
Angeles, Calif. 90025. (213) 477-8474
Art Boro The best place in town to buy your
artist's materials. At very competitive prices. In
sunny downtown Carrboro. The Studio Art
Supplies, 150 East Main Street. 929-6553
Feeling "triple-crossed?" Have your very own
room. Share kitchen, living room, bath, patio.
$87.50mo. & utilities. Come by 410B South
Greensboro St., Carrboro after 6 or call Tom at
Very mature individual to share lovely house with
other. $115month. 929-3621. Keep trying.
Wanted: Liberal female roommate. Two bedroom
apt. mile from campus $57.50 plus 14 utilities.
Unfurnished bedroom. Call Debbie afternoons,
Law student needs female graduate student as
roommate for apartment in Carrboro. Must like
dogs. $82.50 plus utilities. Call Anne Fishburn at
Wanted: roommate to share unfurnished two
bedroom Old Well apartment. Call 967-8363 and
Roommate needed: Bedroom in Carrboro
cottage, $70mo. Call 967-3361. Keep trying.
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