Telephone survey indicates
overall good rating for Hunt
More than half of North Carolina adults
give Gov. Jim H unt an overall good rating so
far in his term, according to the Carolina
The poll was a statewide telephone survey
of 477 adults aged 1 8 and older. It was con
ducted Oct. 16-21 and is sponsored by the
UNC School of Journalism.
Journalism students asked: "On the
whole, do you think Gov. Hunt has done a
good job or a bad job so far as governor?
Fifty-seven percent, of the respondents
said he has done a good job, 38 percent had
mixed feelings or were not sure and 6 percent
said he has done a bad job.
Hunt received slightly more than 65 per
cent of the vote in the 1976 gubernatorial
Almost half (46 percent) of the people who
gave him a good rating cited has overall per
formance or his dealings with a particular
issue. Relatively few people on either side
cited any of Hunt's personal qualities.
A 75-year-old Yancy County homemaker
said H unt is doing a good job "because of his
commitment to roads, schools and just good
"He has helped education programs, see
ing that kids get a fair break," a 26-year-old
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Alamance County textile worker said.
Hunt has "education at heart, the
economics of the state at hearthe's on the
right road," a 37-ycar-old Roberson County
Mixed and not-sure responses included
many "1 don't know" answers. Others with
mixed feelings, like a 60-year-old Catawba
County school principal, said Hunt has "not
really done anything good or bad."
"He's not been in there long enough to
tell," a Buncombe County carpenter said.
"I'll give him more time."
Most who gave Hunt a bad rating cited
some issue or his general performance. "He's
done nothing for the state but fill jobs with
his own people," a 67-year-old retired
Orange County man said.
"He said he would try to help northeast
North Carolina in the road situation, which
he hasn't done," a 3 1 -year-old electronic
Results broken down by education, sex
and other variables showed:
Support for Hunt was stronger among
persons with grade school and high school
educations than those who had attended
college. Persons who had gone to college
were more likely to have mixed feelings.
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Governor James Hunt
More females (61 percent) gave him a
good rating than males (52 percent).
Rural residents were more favorable
than urban residents.
Hunt's home coastal territory gave him
fewer good ratings than the Piedmont and
Mountain regions did.
Two-thirds of the Republican
respondents gave Hunt a good rating. Fifty
nine percent of the Democrats agreed, but
more Democrats than Republicans had mix
ed feelings. Forty-eight percent of the in
dependents and those citing no party
preference gave him a good rating; 44 per
cent of them had mixed feelings.
Telephone numbers of the people inter?
viewed were selected systematically form
telephone directories throughout the state;
therefore, people questioned were not
limited to registered voters.
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Madalyn O'Hair takes
AUSTlN.Tex.(UPI) Madalyn Murray
O'Hair pledged Thursday to battle for
separation of church and state and said she
will continue disrupting church-sponsored
bingo games and prayers at functions such as
city council meetings.
"I'm fed up with what's going on in the city
of Austin," the atheist leader said. "Every
week I'm going to find something wrong in
Mrs. O'Hair said she fought battles
elsewhere in the 10 years she has lived in
Austin but can no longer ignore persecution
of atheists such as she sa"id her
granddaughter, Robin, experienced in
"Austin, Tex., ran a little 12-year-old girl
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Helms places 2nd in conservatism
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WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Jesse
Helms. R-N.C, was rated as the second
staunchest conservative in the Senate,
according to a survey by a very conservative
.Helms, who received a rating of
percent, was bested only by retiring Sen.
Clifford Hansen. R-Wyo.. with 91 percent.
The ratings, compiled by the Committee
for the Survival of a Free Congress, are
unique because they measure every major
vote in both houses, amounting to 315 in (he
House and 249 in the Senate, on the basis of
a "true conservative position."
Rep. Larry McDonald of Georgia was
rated as the staunchest conservative in the
New York mayoral candidate Edward
Koch was the most "radical" member of the
House, while John Culver, D-lowa, was the
"radical" in the Senate.
Public trusts Carter
WASHINGTON The American public
trusts President Carter enough to support
him if he has to urge U.S. military
intervention in a foreign conflict to protect
the national interest, national security
adviser Zbigniew Brezinski said Sunday.
"I think if the President went to the
country and said. 'In such and such a place,
the national interest is deeply involved and
we have to intervene," I think the country
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O'Hair said the girl was "abused,
harassed, struck and isolated" at I amar
Junior High School.
"Austin schools were so bad I had to take
my granddaughter out of school and hide her
in a private school in another state so she
would not be abused by Christians.
"My life is so empty now. I don't have any
little Robin to take care of."
Mrs. O'Hair. 58. split with her elder son,
William J. Murray, in a caustic
confrontation before reporters Wednesday
concerning her theft accusations against a
Murray said his mother wrongly accused
the employee and suggested she is seeking
headlines to cover managerial problems
within her American Atheist Center.
Mrs. O'Hair called her son a liar and said.
"If my son does anything against American
Atheism, I will turn on my son."
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would support him." Breinski said.
"Vietnam started out as an act ol counter
intervention against a foreign intervention,
and it became a national liberation struggle
and we got bogged down in it."
Embargo little trouble
WASHINGTON - Administration
military experts believe South Africa's
defense establishment will have little trouble
coping with a tightened U.S. arms embargo,
except for a bit more difficulty getting spare
The white-ruled nationa, which has been
building toward self-sufficiency in recent
years, will probably be able to obtain those
parts and will have no difficulty remaining
more than a match lor any military force
black African nations could muster against
it, according to the experts' assessment.
And despite the recent flap over the
possibility South Africa might be on the
verge of nuclear testing, well-informed
sources said that nation is not believed to
have enough nuclear material to build even a
small nuclear arms stockpile.
Congress on energy
WASHINGTON - Congress plans to
virtually close up shop by the end of this
week so House-Senate negotiators can work
on a compromise energy package without
The House is almost certain to finish its
other chores by week's end and the Senate
hopes to be done also, but actual
adjournment ol the first session of the 95th
Congress is not in sight primarily because
of the energy legislation.
Since almost everything but energy is out
The atheist leader a few hours later broke
up a church-sponsored bingo game at San
Jose Catholic Church and tried to make
several citizen's arrests of participants.
"She came charging in like a Brahma
bull." said Ray Martinez, 20, who attended
the fund-raising bingo game.
"She came in grabbing bingo cards,
pushing and shoving people, and a man who
was with her started punching people," said
. Hattie Barnett, another participant.
Mrs. O'Hair said she took drastic action
because police ignored her complaints about
the illegal gambling activity.
"The Roman Catholic Church has enough
punch that they have been able to defy (his
law w ith impunity." she said.
Mrs. O'Hair said she was assaulted by 30
people at the games.
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ol the way, however. House Speaker
Thomas O'Neill and Senate Democratic
leader Robert Byrd agreed to put Congress
.in a holding pattern - probably meeting
only every third day to act on any non
energy reports that come out of conference
WASHINGTON - Homemakers enjoy
substantially fewer rights than their
husbands under state laws governing
inheritance, divorce, property ownership,
domestic violence and adultery, a new survey
by a lederal agency reports.
The staie-by-state study by the
International Women's Year Commission is
evidence American society undervalues the
contribution of housewives, said
commission member Martha Griffiths, a
former Michigan congresswoman.
"If our daughters cannot expect that their
work in the home will be recognized as of
equal value and deserv ing equal dignity with
that of the spouse who works outside the .
home, the institution of the family and our
society will suffer," she said.
WASHINGTON - Beginning today any
food, drug or cosmetic packaged in an
aerosol spray can powered by fluorocarbon
gas will have to be labeled with a warningthe
gas could be harmful to the, upper
Consumers may not notice much
difference, however, because the industry
has already largely switched away from
fluorocarbons to other gases.
The off icial starting date for the warning
comes " after years of controversy over
whether the gas can erode the ozone layer,
thus allowing more ultraviolet rays from the
sun to filter through, increasing the risk of
skin cancer for the earth's population.
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The Food Services Advisory Committee
last week discussed the possibility of hot
food service on South Campus after closing
hours at Chase Cafeteria but reached no firm
"We would like to start something small
on South Campus," Dick Patton, director of
Servomation, said in reference to a food
services snack bar on South Campus.
"We don't have any plans for grilled items
at this point, but if there is a demand, we
would consider it," Patton said.
"There is a demand for something to eat at
night on South Campus," said Darrell
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committee. He cited a high rate of Pizza
Transit Authority patronage on South
Committee member Jan Nelson said any
plans for a snack bar of this nature on South
Campus should be coordinated with plans
for a South Campus Union.
"The plans for a Union on South Campus
are at a standstill for the next three or four
years," said James Cansler, associate dean
for student affairs and committee
chairperson. "If the doors are knocked down
at the snack bar, it will tell us something
about the need for a Union there. If the snack
bar goes out of business in two or three
months, that will tell us something too."
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