4 The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, December 1, 1977
4 , . t"p
i Kit:- -7 .
Smith aiming to gun down Helms
Continued from page 1.
reading program while a state senator as proof of
his interest in upgrading education.
Smith said the Carter administration is on the
right track in raising prices gradually.
Smith said that Helms has voted for only
modest amounts of money for solar energy
development, while he maintains that the solar
prospect is tremendous. Smith added that the
most important step in energy conservation that
North Carolinians can take would be to insulate
Much of North Carolina's objection to federal
aid to education in the past. Smith insisted, is
because it would mean educating black people.
Accusing Helms of negativism toward many
important issues, Smith said North Carolinians
must look forward with optimism, hope and love.
Smith said he also differs with Helms on energy
"I'm a great believer in anti-trust laws," Smith
said. He explained that while Helms supports
deregulation of natural gas. he opposes it because
it would lead to windfall profits for the industry.
Let's get acquainted - special!
8AM-8PM Thursday and Friday, Dec. 1 and 2
Bring this coupon in for 10 FREE COPIES
CAMPUS COPY CENTER 929-3119
On the alley by the Porthole Restaurant
(Limit - one coupon per person)
ill. I I
4 ... 1 s I
tiki ; 1
k 4 t 9
i 4 f ff 4
You're in good
company when you shop
The Hub Ltd
for the holidays
Take it from Coach Bill Dooley . . .
there's no place like The Hub
for your holiday shopping.
Snappy casual wear.
Ready for holiday wearing or giving.
And you'll always find the
personal service The Hub is famous
for . . . plus Free gift wrapping
& Free mailing.
Shop The Hub Ltd.
for the holidays . . .
You'll be in good company.
(jijli from Olie lluli ure u C liriilmui lion
CRABTREE VALLEY MALL, RALEIGH, 10-9 30
103 E FRANKLIN ST., CHAPEL HILL, 9-6
m. -I I
If you are interested in math, physics or engineering,
the Navy has a program you should know about.
It's called the NUPOC-Collegiate Program (NUPOC
is short for Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate), and if
you qualify it can pay you as much as $611 a month for
the remainder of your senior year. Then after 16 weeks of
Officer Candidate School, you will receive an additional
year of advanced technical education, education that
would cost thousands in a civilian school, but in the
Navy we pay you. And at the end of the year of training,
you'll receive a $3,000 cash bonus.
It isn't easy. Only one of every six applicants will be
selected, and there are fewer than 300 openings. But
those who make it find themselves in one of the most
elite engineering training programs anywhere. With
unequalled hands-on responsibility, a $24,000 salary in
four years, plus travel, medical benefits and education
For more details on this program, ask your
placement officer when a Navy representative will be on
campus, or call the Officer Program Office listed below;
or send your resume to Navy Nuclear Officer Program,
Code 312, 4015 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va. 22203. The
LT. BILL STARNES. P.O. BOX 18568. RALEIGH, N.C. 27609.
NUPOC-Collegiaie Program. It can do more than help
you finish college; it can lead to an exciting opportunity.
OFFICER PROGRAMS OFFICE. LOCAL RALEIGH 872-2547 TOLL FREE
m m JUST A JOB, IT'S AH ADVGNTm
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
"I think full production is the only cure for
inflation," Smith said. He added that if the private
sector cannot providejoosforall who want them,
the government should provide jobs for them.
"There's just a lot to be done," Smith explained,
recalling the work of the Civilian Conservation
Corps during the Great Depression.
Smith also disagreed with Helms over the
Panama Canal controversy. He agreed that if the
man on the street is asked if the United States
should give away the canal, nearly everyone will
say no. But he disagreed with the assessment
saying, "My position is we're not giving away the
"I think it would be foolhardy to reject any kind
of treaty," Smith maintained, but he added that
Americans must be sure of their rights to use it
after the year 2,000.
on sale in Pit
Cellar Door, UNC's undergraduate
literary magazine, will be sold
weekdays through Tuesday, 10a.m. to
1 p.m., at the Pit. The collection of
writings and art work costs $1 and
includes contributions from a wide
range of Carolina students.
Scar Wars9 ends
on radio tonight
Tonight at 8 on WXYC (89.3 FM) Scar
Wars concludes its stellar three month run.
Lyndon Fuller's spoof of the blockbuster
movie Siar Wars has followed the
adventures of the original story with
moderate accuracy, adding strange twists
along the way. This evening, for example,
Puke Warmwater battles for supremacy with
Dark Vapor. The final installment will last
one hour, covering the entire series from
Princess Lay-ya's first cry for help to the
surprise ending. All are urged to hear the
longest-running and only radio drama to
date on WXYC.
FOR THE RECORD
Comp 16 exam
The common exam for Comp 16 will be at
8:30 a.m. Dec. 9 and not at 2 p.m. as listed in
the Daily Tar Heel.
in the DTH
The Towne Shop
106 Henderson Street 929-2992 Chapel Hill, N.C.
Selected group of:
Sportswear 13 off
Special Group of Shetland Sweaters . . . 14 off
Heidi ucr 1 i - emKm""'1 1 a
Over ' ' tTF fl TbttNimAlNMeMAMUSCMtNTCO. B B
-i iff f;k7 1 1
GEORGE BURNS f, I &CW&r& 1
"e,d iT TOU HAVE SEEN GREAT "p - fi$frj- Xr I
Over X ADVENTURES. YOU ARE ABOUT TO i ? &y X! I
g!g v Xlr??. ljr More than a movie. B a
N0W X . . . . .:.sv.:.!.!.!-!-!-! ! : : : : : :o:.:.:.g I special guests I
3:30 f:: FM 107 WDBS Classic Theatre &J
II EDGAR IVIHTER'S WHITE TRASH 11
ii Gary Grant, Jean Arthur J WETWILUE I
830 1 "Talk of'the Town" 1 TIIURS., DEC. 8 7:30 P.M. I
t:. t':ri I TICKETS ON SALE NOW II
rtrll Mlill illillill M a FSTIVAL SEATING $6 00 LIMITED ADVANCE Hfl
H RALEIGH CIVIC CENTER BOX OFFICE
gSmfflM I ORDER BY MAIL NOW
KSlSSSSI1" '11 HELD OVEFT B CHARUEDANIE15AN0.C0RALEIGHCIVIC ii
! . - 31 H CFNTFR 500 FAYETTEVIILE STREET MAIL BM
IB i a v w a p.i. n . . p bb
fi y j 1 3U1 DIU VCtl RAlf IGH, NORTH CAROLINA 27603 II M
If RALEIGH CIVIC CENTER ff
2:30 1 fTiwje I; : IP , , , II
4:59 i j&&S v EMiaamMg. Illlill illillill llffl
fti-lrt 1 r-i IBC1N() jSll I I I W -
9.30 H PBl( MARTftr KHif H jaliaC?! f : f
Kgwrs last day i N. J Drive Our Cars . I
1 JbrrrvCTl "the chicken . m - i ALMOST FRFF 1
ijVSUuJSL CHRONICLES" f 7. T 5. - I
rlilHMyl JrV i to most U.S. cities
startsI wOODt' ALLEN o AUTO OSIYEAVAY
o DIANE KEATON " VrK 1 "
: ANNIE lAV 1 j
" HALL' ! j AV j r r 1
I A nervous romance, j -i "sA J j
STARTsIf f I V if " """ V.
T THE INCREDtflLE SPECTACLE J JL I k' ' Li V
O IV V OF MEN AND WAR! pS ; Jji vn
Vir showing S3 I U i casual .
SHTR77 n lKZ V 1 ? A elegance of
(We all Pim -o Cashmere
9-15 HOVed X J I V VERY FINEST QUALITY 2-PLY;
ir .1 i o m tfi m ii sKn r.rpuunorif Mchmnm in kntk I
f ? iJ IISL f 1 1 I vuo CIS III UUU I
I J M 11 cable & pain (B0TH his &
V, ' S 1 II 1 l 1 HERS).... in the most beautiful
. ii l v 1 II
' I! I Pnrnr ( UA I I ill.
& Rosemary M GuluuW Franklin St
I 967-1083 2 I
other v v v
i . ' i
so much, J
l from Cinema 5