Talk on unionism,wages
today at Carolina Inn
A Conference snonsorprl hv Rnrli
Industries, UNC and the UNC
Department of Economics will be held
today at the Carolina Inn to discuss
unions and wages in North Carolina.
The conference, which will begin at 9
a.m., will present opposing views to the
questions of unionism and governmental
policy regarding low incomes in North
Dr. Emil Malizia, associate professor
of city and regional planning at U NC, will
deliver a report based on a 1975 study he
did for the N.C. Office of State Planning
entitled "The Earnings of North
Richard Potthoff, senior operations
research analyst for Burlington, will
speak on his paper, "A Study of the
Determinants of Geographical Earnings
In his study, Malizia states that North
Carolina workers receive lower wages
than their counterparts in other states.
"North Carolina workers produce
more output in return for a dollar's wage
than do United States workers in the
same industry," Malizia's report states,
The conference is open to the public
and many public, church, business and
union officials have been invited.
Friday, October 14, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 3
Anderson scuttles 'Citizens Against Succession'
By United Press International
RALEIGH A day after vowing to go to
jail if necessary, L. Gene Anderson said he
was dropping a campaign against a
constitutional amendment on gubernatorial
Anderson said Thursday several recent
developments prompted him to scuttle
"Citizens Against Succession."
After Wake County District Attorney
Burely B. Mitchell Jr. said this week he
would prosecute groups who did not file
campaign financial data, Anderson said he
would not file the material on behalf of the
group and was prepared to go to jail.
In a three-page statement delivered to
reporters, Anderson said among the
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As the new South grows, some things change and some
things don't. Good ol' boys keep what's good and change
what's not. Their Rebel Yell is very, very good defi
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this fine bourbon is made and sold only beneath the
Mason-Dixon line. Southerners drink to that. Drink to
that with Rebel Yell, host bourbon of the South.
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In the numbers game of
mileage claims, 30 is a pretty
good figure. For a car. But
figures can be misleading.
When it comes to saving
energy, the kind of trans
portation that gets the most
people the farthest on the
least fuel is the real winner
in the mileage game. And
when you start comparing
miles per gallon per person,
it's hard to beat the 250
mpgpp of a full bus.
Next to fuel, repairs are
your biggest car expense.
Almost nothing you do
with a car will bring on
problems more than driving
around town. An around
town car can go through
parts like candy, and wear
out completely in a few
years. Buses don't do that.
They aren't made to trade
in every two years or to
junk after 100,000 miles.
Buses are simple, efficient
machines that last a long
time. Some buses go millions
of miles without major wear.
Money isn't the only thing'
you spend when you drive a
car. You also spend time.
Your time. Driving. Sure, v
driving can be fun. But not
when you're fighting traffic
or hunting for a parking
place. So why spend your
time driving when you can
use it so much more sensibly
on a bus? On a bus you can
read, do homework, talk,
snooze or watch the cars
struggle in the four wheel
world below. Face it. The
bus is a better trip.
It's the way to go.
developments that prompted his decision
was a letter from Mitchell, written before
Anderson's stormy news conference
Wednesday, in w hich Mitchell said he would
not prosecute those who failed to comply up
to the date of the letter.
Anderson said he interpreted that to mean
he could protect those who contributed
funds earlier, but not anyone who might
make a contribution in the future.
He also said he had gotten legal advice
that if he pressed his case he would be
"subject to huge legal fees" and "the
possibility of a prison sentence should my
legal advisors be in error" about not having
to report finances.
The other development Anderson said
played a role in his decision was "a news
report Wednesday night that Mr. Mitchell
would be happy to see me in jail."
Hours after Anderson dropped the
opposition movement, a former state
representative, C. Kitchen Josey of Scotland
Neck, obtained a temporary restraining
order barring Mitchell, the state Board of
Elections or the attorney general's office
from enforcing the disclosure statute.
The order was issued in Raleigh by
Superior Court Judge James H. Pou-Bailey,
who scheduled a hearing for Oct. 20 in
Durham on whether the disclosure laws
apply to campaigns for or against
Nobel medicine prize
STOCKHOLM - The 1977 Nobel Prize
for medicine was awarded Thursday to three
American doctors for their
"brilliant. . .formidable" hormone research
and for brain studies that could help
mankind understand the link between body
Half of the $145,000 award went to Dr.
Rosalyn Yalow, 56, of the Veteran'
Administration Hospital in New York City,
for her work in diabetes research only the
second woman to win the award since it was
established in 1901. She had cooked
breakfast and reported to her laboratory at 5
a.m. before learning of the honor.
The other share of the award was divided
between Dr. Roger Guillemin, 53, of the
Salk Institute in San Diego, Calif., and Dr.
Andrew V. Schally, 51, of the Veterani
Administration Hospital in New Orleans,
La., for independent research that has
changed modern science's understanding of
how the brain functions.
Horton: UNC should be 20 to 25 black
Black enrollment in the UNC system
should be between 20 and 25 percent of the
student population. Black Student
Movement (BSM) President Byron Horton
said .Thursday afternoon at a news
Horton called the conference to explain
the BSM's reasons for demonstrating at
University Day ceremonies Wednesday.
"The demonstration was to publicize the
issue of black discontent at UNC," Horton
The BSM is dissatisfied with the
University's rejection of the Department of
Health Education and Welfare's (HEW)
proposal to increase black enrollment in the
UNC system by 150 percent in the next five
years. Horton said.
"Twenty to 25 percent of the student
population would better reflect the fact that
blacks comprise 30 percent of the population
in North Carolina," Horton said.
The University has termed the HEW
proposal harsh, Horton said. "We consider
the HEW proposal modest."
Horton defended the quota system, which
gives blacks preferential treatment in
admissions. "I don't like the idea of quotas,
but we need them now to make up for past
inequalities against blacks,"
The UNC system could further its
desegregation attempts while preserving the
identity of predominantly black schools,
Horton said. "UNC-Charlotte is an example
of how the system can build a school from
one which is unknow n and of low standards
to one with high standards in five years.
- ROBERT THOMASON
"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?
Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25
Was it not Julius Caesar who wrote: "All Gaul Is divided
into three parts"? And was It not the late Will Rogers who said
that American History was divided into three parts: 1. The
passing of the Buffalo; 2, The passing of the Indians; and the
modern period, The passing the Buck?
There is raging, rioting, rape, ruin, rebellion, crime,
lawlessness, and anarchy just about ail over the globe! When
you think of it and the causes and ask why, why, do you ever
think of your own responsibility In the matter, or do you
almost Involuntarily "pass the buck" to someone else: the
Communists, The Rightists, Leftists, The President, The
Senate, The House, The Supreme Court, Governors,
Legislatures, or maybe the Ku Klux? But never once does the
thought enter your mind that your own conduct and manner
of life may sow the seeds that produce the harvest of such
abominable conditions that are dangerous to your own
home and loved ones, your means of livelihood, your
government, your liberty and even life Itself!
The Ku Klux was mentioned. A few years ago a certain man
was walking through his home city's cemetery looking at the
names of the buried folks remember Sam Jones'
r omment: "The heart in your bosom Is a muffled drum,' beat
ing a march for you to the cemetery!" He noticed the
graves of two men who had been very prominent in that com
munity in business, or civil and official life. Both of these men
were known by many to be unfaithful to their wives and
marriage vows, and cohabiting with other women. Suddenly
there was quite a change tor the better observed In both
cases. It was whispered about, sorter grape-vine fashion,
that both men had been contacted by the Ku Klux and ad
vised to cut out their devilment or they would be "taken on a
ride" and served to a good thrashing, with maybe "tar and
feathers for dessert." It is not known to this party how many
lashes the laws of the Klux permitted, or If there was any limit
at all, but It is to be feared they exceeded that of The Law of
God that permitted "forty, save one"!
If any who read this happen Jo be guilty of corrupting
another's home, or some woman or young girl, may It be
suggested that that Is the kind of medicine you need for what
alls you, and It would be a picnic and light Indeed In com
parison with that which God's word reveals Is In store for you
unless you turn away from your evil and there Is genuine
"repentance towards God and faith towards The Lord Jesus
Christ." Oh, don't go to hell! But if you don't agree you may
find comfort and encouragement from many a man and even
O.D. men who tell you there Is no hell, and in this atomic age
"The Ancient of Days Is out of date "I
Do we not set ourselves up as more righteous than The
Holy God Himself when regardless of how mean and low
down one may get to be, yet his precious carcass must not be
touched with the stroke of strap or whlpl I thank God that I
had parents and a schoolteacher that did not consider my
body so precious as all that. At times my "Jaws were boxed,"
and at others there was applied "behind" the brush, the
strap, and the switch. If I had been deprived of that healthy
medicine that I needed I fear I would be a lot sorrier than I
have turned out to be, as Is. But I am not so sorry as to even
now not strive to obey God's fifth Command: "Honor thy
father and thy mother," to thank God for such parents and
"to rise up and call them blessed." Hear The Word of God,
The King of kings, and Lord of lords:
"Withhold not correction from the child: tor it thou beatest
Itlm with the rod, he shall not die. Thou shalt beat him with
tne rod, and shalt deliver his soul from hell." Proverbs 23:13
That comes very near to just plainly saying: "Beat the hell
out of him!" Doubtless the rod and tjup and fash used in
"The Fear of The Lord" would In a short time cuf young and
old folks delinquency fo a minimum. But no, no, this
generation knows better, and we will "Break The Bands and
Cast Away The Cords" of The Almighty."
"Withhold not correction from the child ..." Proverbs 23: 1 3.
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