2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday. SeptemDPi 14 1977
Construction of facility
approved by aldermen
The Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen
approved the construction of a $1
million multipurpose municipal facility
Monday night. Construction of the
project is set to begin October 1978.
The 24-acre site, located between
Glen Heights and the Horace Williams
Airport, will include storage facilities
for street-maintenance vehicles and
materials, garages for town-owned
vehicles and buses, an animal shelter, a
glass-recycling plant, the public works
department office and a towed-car lot.
The aldermen also passed an
ordinance limiting the operating hours
of the proposed recycling plant as a
response to concerns expressed by Glen
Height residents. In an earlier meeting,
the residents complained about the
noise the plant will generate.
In other action, the board approved
the completion of four remaining links
of seven-mile bicycle and pedestrian
pathway around Chapel Hill. I he
system, called the greensways system,
was begun in 1976.
One of the proposed links will cross
the property of Wilbur Kat7. a
for Flying Club
The UNC Flying Club will begin its
annual membership drive at 8 p.m. Thursday
in the Carolina Inn.
The club is open to all UNC students,
faculty and staff and to all licensed pilots.
Membership dues are $20 per month, and
plane rental is $12.50 per hour.
Edward Boer, club secretary, said the cost
for the 45 hours of instruction required to
learn to fly will be approximately $800.
The Flying Club was organized in 1961.
Boer said the club has trained 400 pilots
without any accidents.
The Tar Heel reaches over
Did YOU get BUCKED yesterday?
How about last Tuesday?
Surely you got BUCKED then! No?!
Well, next Tuesday, shuffle up to BLIMPIE BASE
and get BUCKED YOURSELF!
any reg. sandwich SI00
Geared toward the continuing
education for the enjoyment of
Mnrfh Para I
Canoes & Kayaks
The Bombproof Book bag
Strongest, most comfortable
13.50 pack anywhere for
books or day hikes.
THE 405W. Franklin 929-7626
Dickerson Court resident who
expressed disapproval of the project at
"1 don't see the reason tor all those
bikes through our small residence area
that is on a dead-end street." kat said
In other action, the board:
Approved an ordinance
prohibiting parking on both sides ol
Laurel Hill Road Irom C'ounm C'luh
Road to Laurel Hill Circle.
Approved an ordinance
prohibiting parking between 9 and 4
a.m. on the north side of West
University Drive between Pittsboro
Road and Ransom Street.
- AM V McKARV
Athletic equipment worth over
More than SI. 100 worth ot athletic
equipment was reported missing from
Carmichael Auditorium and Boshamer
Stadium Monday. University Police
Approximately I(K) golf clubs and
two baskets ol golf balls valued at
$ 1 .000 were stolen from a storage area in
Carmichael between noon Wednesday
and early Monday morning, according
to police reports.
The missing items were in a locked
storage room and there was no sign ot
forced entry. Sources reported that
several keys fit the storage room door,
In Boshamer Stadium, athletic
officials said thieves took 18 baseballs.
30 towels and 2 bats Irom a locker in the
visitors' locker room.
Also missing were a varsity baseball
helmet, two t-shirts. a pair ol coaching
trousers and several pairs ot socks and
hose. Total value of the items missing
from Boshamer is SI 23.50.
Police reports said the goods stolen
from the stadium were missing Irom a
DAY 3 P.M.-CLOSE
(when you buy a drink)
PH. V A I
1 K : 1
i ! r-r-'
Waiting for rain
Monday water consumption ' . 4.7 million gallons
Irom University Lake 2.297 million gallons
Irom Durham 2.4W million gallons
Level ol University Lake 5X inches below capacitv
lotal consumption. Sept. 12. I97d .1.4 million gallons
Hot water scalds Teague residents
1 eague residents awoke 1 uesday morning
to scalding water in their showers due to a
break in the dorm's cold-water pipe.
"The break was discovered about 6:30 this
morning." said Steve McCormick. Scott
College residence director. "When it broke,
the pressure was so great that water came out
of the ground and was running all over the
sidewalk. It blew rocks and dirt all over the
The Orange Water and Sewer Authority
arrived at 8 a.m. to repair the pipe. Cold
locked area. I hicvesloreiblv entered the
stadium, athletic officials reportedly
A University Police spokesperson
The Ultimate Salad Bar
Choose from oyer 40. items
Three types of fresh crisp lettuce, fresh
mushrooms, croutons, grated cheeses,
peanuts, fresh cauliflower,
ham, shrimp, sardines, cottage cheese,
sunflower seeds, broccoli,
and topped with a
Try this truly mouthwatering
- ' salad baV
v. ' si
Friday and Saturday Only
v for only:
Next to the
( Hes missed two )
S classes trying to f n nave 2c worth ot
I make up his mind 1 Red Hots, 1 worth ot Jelly Beans. .
V. I a stick ol Licorice and 5C worth J
I ol chocolate covered raisins J
o V -
For that between class snack
the Student Store Candy
Dept. can satisfy anybody's
Candy & Nuts
water restored to Teague at about 3:45 p.m.
"We had it fixed once, and then it busted
again." one'workeron the scene said. "I hope
it'll hold this time."
McCormick said a similar break occured
at Parker last year.
"The water was so hot this morning, you
couldn't even take a shower." complained
one Teague resident.
"I know they want us to conserve water,
but this is ridiculous." he said.
"We couldn't even flush the toilets."
another resident said.
said investigators believe both thelts
were committed by the same person or
several persons working together. No
iirrests have been made in either case.
128 E. Franklin St.
more at your
Moss ignores criticism,
advocates CGC changes
By BARKY SMITH
Student Body President Bill Moss
plans to continue to work on changes in
the Campus Governing Council (CGC)
Finance Committee despite
considerable opposition to his ideas, a
Moss aide said Tuesday.
The Moss plan calls lor changes in the
composition ol the CGC Finance
Committee and changes in the fiscal
(ireg Underwood. Moss' executive
assistant, said the ideas are still in the
planning stage. "We're not making a
proposal." Underwood said. "We're
merely kicking around ideas."
hour members ol the CGC Rules and
Judiciary Committee have expressed
opposition to some of Moss' proposals.
Since changes would require amending
the student constitution or CGC by
laws, the Rules and Judiciary
Committee would have to approve the
changes belore they go to CGC for final
1 he part ol the plan that has drawn
the most opposition is the presidential
appointment of two members of the
Finance Committee. The finance
committee currently is composed of the
president and six CGC members, one of
w hom is elected chairperson.
David Hackleman. a Rules and
Judiciary Committee member, said he
opposed t hat idea. "I do not believe that
he (the president) should appoint
anyone to the committee." Hackleman
Committee member Gus Lehouck
said the presidential appointment
changes were "changes for the
president's power's sake." Lehouck said
because the executive branch of Student
Government gets money and the
president gets a SI. 600 scholarship, a
I M MM
HE SHE. Triangle's personalized dating service.
No embarrassment. No computers. Meet 5 peo
ple eager to meet you. Your preferences always
guaranteed. Student rates. Box 1109. Chapel Hill,
, 111)111 urn if i Mini i mi iwiV ;
VW PARTS & machine service for Do-it-yourselfers
at lowest prices. The Bug Haus
967-7414 evenings for information.
VW GOT THE BLAHS? Tune-ups $1250
plus parts. Mufflers, clutches,' shocks,
brakes, valves, rebuilds. The Bug Haus
guarantees parts & labor. 967-7414 evenings
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. 929-6852.
KENWOOD KA-2002 Stereo Amplifier and
Garrard 40B Turntable-Changer. Both in
excellent condition. Both for only $110.
Originally $250". Call Allen at 933-2884.
PART TIME SALES. Must have outgoing
personality with ability to talk to people. Work in
pleasant atmosphere. Apply in personal Leather
and Wood Ltd. 135 E. Franklin.
PART-TIME HELP WANTED. Ideal for married
students, with own car. Part-time sales job with
well established local business. Excellent incen
tive reward. Schedule adjustable. Call 942-4691
during office hours.
NEED EXTRA MONEY? Work 3 to 5 d-,s per
week, hours negotiable. Call Ro. Roger's Family
Restaurant. 942 8620 between 2 and 4 PM any
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: Wear Ever
Aluminum has part-time openings in Chapel Hill
from $3.75 hr. to $5.25hr. to start. Apply at
group interview today at 3:00 p.m. Hanes Hall in
PEOPLE TO DO PHONE WORK: Day and
Evening shifts available. Good pay. No
experience needed, we train, apply in person. 201
North Roxboro Street . Northwestern Bank Bldg.,
Suite 200, Durham. N.C. 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday
HELP WANTED: Cooks and Dishwashers.
Apply in person to Mr. Keathley. No phone calls.
AUGGES RESTAURANT. 1010 Hamilton Road.
BECOME A COLLEGE CAMPUS DEALER
Sell Brand Name Stereo Components at .
lowest prices. High profits; NO
For details, contact: FAD Components, Inc.
65 Passaic Ave., P O. Box 689,
Fairfield, New Jersey 07006
Ilene Orlowsky 201-227-6884
Lost & Found
t "W"1" " m
LOST: GOLD SIGNET RING with the initials
KDW. Very high seniimental value. Reward
offered Call Karen, 967 5219.
FOUND CALCULATOR. To claim call 929-7555.
Identify and indicate when and where lost.
LOST: Saturday Sept . 10, women's brown clutch
purse. Believed lost near Walkers Gulf on East
Franklin Street . If found please call 929-7645 after
5 p m Very important IDs, no questions asked
FOUND: Men's wristwatch, in Carroll Hall after
first showing ot "Fat from the Madding Crowd."
Call M:ry at 942 1548 to identify.
conflict of interest would arise if Moss
"I don't like to see any presidential
directive on the committee," Lehouck
Hackleman said the rules committee
would probably oppose the plan to have
the president appoint any Finance
Chip Cox. chairperson of the Rules
and J udiciary Committee, said he favors
ihe plan. He said he did not think the
changes would put a lot of power into
the president's hands. The CGC would
still have the final say, he said.
Two other members of the Rules and
Judiciary Committee, Martin Perolutt
and Diane Schafer, also said they were
opposed to giving the president that
Moss' plan to change the fiscal year
laces less opposition. The plan would
make the fiscal year run concurrent with
the calendar vear.
for star -watching
The Morehead Observatory guest night
series, in which the observatory facilities are
opened to the public on alternate Fridays
throughout the year, began Sept. 9.
Each two-hour program includes an
explanation of the observatory equipment
and features various planets and star clusters
as seen through the observatory telescope.
Admission is free but each program can
accommodate only 35 persons.
Ticket requests for September and
October programs will be accepted now; for
November and December after Oct. 1; for
January and February after Dec. 1; and for
March and April after Feb. I.
Tickets may be obtained from the
Department of Physics and Astronomy in
039-A in Phillips Hall.
FRESH SEAFOOD. Shrimp, scallops, and fish
fresh from the Carolina coast. Also frozen
Bahama lobster tails. Fridays, 9 a.m. -7 p.m.,
corner of Rosemary and Church Streets.
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. '
INST A COPY offset printing & quick copying
while you wait. 100 satisfaction guaranteed.
Check our fast service and low price on theses
work. lnsta-copy, corner of Franklin & Columbia
(over the Zoom). 929 2147.
ALTERNATIVE AM 1490 Radio WDUR. Now
playing: Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Buffett, David
Crosby. Roberta Flack. Plus CASH GIVE
AWAY. Clip and Save Contest. 929-0035.
EXPERT REPAIR - Stereos, radios, CB's,
turntables, and calculators. FCC license.
Full line needles, tapes, record care
products. Becker's Electronix, 109
Henderson St., 942-7959.
CLASSIFIED ADS. STILL $1.50 FOR
M.L.D. I love you I always will. T.E.R.
IRISH SETTERS PUPPIES: Full-blooded,
wormed, just weaned, $50.00. Call 933-7022 after
TWO LAW STUDENTS seek graduate students
or working persons to share large, beautiful 4
bedroom farm house 6 miles from town.
$100month plus utilities. Call 942-8961. Keep
FEMALE ROOMMATE for two bedroom
furnished Kingswood Apt. Rent 112.50 plus of
utilities. If interested call 929-2879 - keep trying.
RIDE NEEDED FROM DUKE to Chapel Hill,
Monday thru Friday before 9 am. Will help with
gas. Call Steve evenings after 7. 684 0544.
the Dally Tir HmI It published by ths Dally tar Hat
Board ol Dlrtctort ol tha University ol North Carolina
dally Monday through Friday during the regular
academic year except during eem period, vacations
and summer sessions. The following dates are to be only
Saturday Issues: Sept. 17, Oct. 1, 1, 22, Nov. (. The
Summer Tar Heel Is published weekly on Thursdays dur
ing summer sessions.
Offices are at the Frank Porter Graham Student Union
Building, University ol North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C.
27S14. Telephone numbers: News, Sports 931-0246,
9U-024t, 933-0372; Business, Circulation, Advertising -933-113,
Subscription rate: by third class mall, $12 JO per,
semester, $5.00 summer only, 130.00 per year; by 1st
class mall, $30.00 per semester, $$.00 summer only,
$45.00 per year.
The Campus Governing Council shall have powers to
determine the Student Activities Fee and to appropriate
a revenue derived Irom the Student Activities Fee
(1.1.14 ol the Student Constitution). The Dally Tar Heel
Is a student organization.
The Dally Tar Heel reserves the right to regulate the
typographical tone ol all advertisements and to revise or
turn away copy It considers objectionable.
The Dally Tar Heel wUI not consider adjustments or pay
ment tor any typographies! errors or erroneous insertion
unktss notice is given to the Business Manager within (1)
one day alter the advertisement opposes, within (1) one
day ol receiving the teer sheets or subscription ol the
paper. The Daily Tar Heel will not be responsible lor
more then one Incorrect Insertion ol an advertisement
scheduled to run several times. Notice tor such correc
tion must be given before the neit Insertion.
Vema Taylor, Business Msnsger
Den Covins, Seles Mansger
bleir Kletltch, Advertising Meneger