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Chapel Hill Alderman
believe that students should actively participate mlown government
II elected . I mil encourage student involvement by circulating memos
to campus organizations informing them of all vacancies on town
boards and commissions
VOTE NOVEMBER 8
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FOUR REASONS WHY JIM MERKEL
KNOWS ABOUT COLLEGE
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IS' i0: liPilk :
Jimmie Merkel, 22
Senior at Carolina,
majoring in Business
Bill Merkel, 21
Junior at South Carolina,
(In every family there's
always one who goes
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Tom Merkel, 18
Freshman at Elon College
Majoring in Business
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Lyda Merkel, 19
Sophomore at Furman,
majoring in Biology
JIM MERKEL BELIEVES THE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
ARE A VITAL PART OF CHAPEL HILL AND HIS STANDS
ON THE ISSUES PROVE IT:
STUDENTS AND TAXES: The biggest myth around is that most students don't pay taxes in
Chapel Hill. The truth is that the majority of students live off campus. They pay taxes in their
rent and in everything they buy. They also pay for water, for sewers, and for bus
transportation. We're beginning to price some students right out of an education in Chapel
BUSES: The bus system is here and we need it. And I am greatly encouraged by reports of
increased ridership. But we spend more money on buses in Chapel Hill than any other single
item. We could save a lot by increasing efficiency, and running buses only where there is a
demand for them.
TOWING: 1 certainly can think of better ways to greet new students and parents than towing
their cars away.
ANTI-NOISE ORDINANCE: I'm opposed to the new Anti-Noise Ordinance and the use of
electronic surveillance equipment. I like to celebrate a Carolina victory myself.
TOWN AND GOWN COOPERATION: I feel there should be a constant dialogue between
elected student leaders and town officials. It can help solve mutual problems before they
VOTE FOR JIM MERKEL FOR
CHAPEL HILL ALDERMAN
Paid (or by the Supporters of Jim Merkel for Alderman
to talk Sunday
Leighton Ford, associate evangelist
with the Billy Graham Evangelistic
Association, will speak during the 10:30
a.m. Sunday service of the Chapel Hill
Bible Church in Memorial Hall.
Ford recently returned to his home in
Charlotte after a month-long speaking
tour in Australia. He and his family will
be in Chapel Hill for the weekend,
although Ford will speak only at
Ford has been with the Billy Graham
Association since 1955 and is now vice
president. He has traveled to every
continent in the world, speaking to more
than 3 million people. He also has
addressed leadership groups in
education, politics and business and
broadcasts the radio show. Hour of
The minister serves as chairperson of
the Lausanne Committee for World
Evangelization and is the author of
several books. Good Sens is for
Sharing is his latest.
Ford holds a B.A. degree with highest
honors from Wheaton College and a
Master of Divinity degree with high
honors from Columbia Theological
Friday, November 4, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 3
Continued from page 1.
She said the results were invalid because of
the lack of a printed ballot and the failure to
"I would have felt better about a voice vote
in Kenan Stadium than a vote on torn-up
slips of paper," Woodruff said.
Woodruff said some students refused to
vote because they thought the election was
Woodruff took her complaints -to
Associate Vice Chancellor William R.
Strickland in the Office of Student Affairs.
Strickland talked to Ro le and examined the
"I am sufficiently satisfied that the
outcome is a fair representation of a fair
vote," Strickland said.
Approximately 1 ,700 students voted in the
election, the largest turnout in recent years,
according to Royle.
The names of six Homecoming Queen
candidates were accidentally omitted from a
cutline in the Daily Tar Heel Wednesday.
The omitted names of the candidates and
their sponsors arc Marian McElrath (Kenan
Dorm), Cindy Norris (Spencer Dorm), Liz
Elkins (Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity), Mary
Alice Beam (Scott Residence College),
Cindy Drake (Alpha Delta Pi sorority) and
Mev Nail (Department of Security Services).
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See you Sunday!