From Associated Press reports
WASHINGTON Two Navy F-14 jet
fighters from the aircraft carrier Eisenhower
had a head-on encounter Tuesday with two Li
byan warplanes over the Gulf of Sidra, the
The libyan MIG-23s turned to avoid colli
sion, then descended and headed for shore, a
Pentagon spokesman said.
No weapons were fired, the spokesman told
The interception recalled the Aug. 19, 1981
affair in which two Navy jets shot down two
Libyan SU-2 warplanes over the gulf, which is
claimed by Libya and considered international
waters by the United States. .
WASHINGTON Domestic poverty last
year reached its highest level since 1565, the
government reported Tuesday, and the White
House said President Reagan plans to appoint
a bipartisan task force to make a "no-holds-barred
study" of hunger in America.
The Census Bureau said 34.4 million Ameri
cans, or 15 percent of the population, fell
below the poverty level in 1982. The govern
ment officially calculates poverty-level income
at $9,862 a year for a family of four.
WASHINGTON Democrats on the Sen
ate Foreign Relations Committee, led by presi
dential hopeful Alan Cranston, failed to force
a vote Tuesday on a House-passed resolution
calling for a nuclear weapons freeze.
By a 9-8 margin on a parliamentary ques
tion, cast along party lines, the Republican
dominated panel blocked the vote that Cran
ston and other Democrats were seeking. .
Cranston, D-Calif., charged that the
Republicans were "unwilling to stand up and
be counted on the issue of the freeze."
Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C, leading the op
position to a committee vote on the freeze,
suggested the backers of the resolution were
politically motivated, saying "If the television
cameras were not here, we wouldn't even be
WASHINGTON The House passed
333-50 on Tuesday a bill designating the Jan.
15 anniversary of the birth of Dr. Martin
Lather King Jr. as a national holiday to honor
"a person who shook the moral con
science of this nation."
The holiday would be observed on the third
Monday of January, and would be the
nation's 10 legal holiday. King was born Jan.
15, 1929. ,.
His widow, Coretta Scott King, said in At
lanta that she was "pleased and encouraged"
by the House vote and hopes the Senate "will
move as swiftly and responsibly."
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. Space Crews
delivered Challenger to its launch pad Tuesday
and began thorough checks of its systems in
preparation for the first nighttime launch of a
shuttle Aug. 3, - ;
The five-member crew will -include astro
naut Guion S. Bluford, the first black to go
The spacecraft, coupled to its rust-brown
external tank and twin rocket boosters, rolled
out of the Vehicle Assembly Building shortly
WILMINGTON Former Columbus
County Commissioner Ed Walton WCiamson
testified Tuesday that he asked state Sen. R.C
Soles, D-Columbus, to help two FBI agents
with a Uquor-by-the-drink referendum because
the agents were giving him financial help.
"I told Soles they wanted help on the deal
. , .because they (the agents) were helping me
financially," Williamson said.
Williamson, who is serving a 10-year prison
sentence for racketeering, , took the stand
Tuesday in Soles' trial on charges of political
- corruption after attorneys completed more .
than seven days of questioning FBI agent
RALEIGH The current system of elect
ing state legislators should be retained, al
though blacks still suffer some forms of dis
crimination, a black member of the Wake
County School Board said Tuesday.
Vernon Malone, assistant Director of the
North Carolina State School for the Blind and
a member "of the school board since 1972, tes
tified in the U.S. District Court trial of a law
suit against a legislative district plan developed
in 1981-82. . .
A three-judge panel is n earing the second
week of testimony. The plaintiffs, a group of
black voters, claim that minority voting t
strength is diluted in large, multi-member
districts where candidates run at large. The
suit asks, that those districts be divided into
single-member districts so that blacks can be
dies at age of 94
Katharine Jocher, professor emeritus
of sociology and anthropology and an
original member of the Institute for
Research in Social Sciences at the Univer
sity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
died Tuesday. She was 94.
"In her many roles in the institute and
the Department of Sociology, she was a
central figure in the emergence of this
division of the university to its eminence,"
UNC President William C. Friday said of
"Her pioneering scholarship on
Southern regional culture, superb service
to her profession and leadership at the In
stitute for Research in Social Science
helped lay the foundation upon -which
much of our university's high national
stature in social sciences now rests," said
Sociology Chairman John D. Kasarda.
Between 1927 and 1961, Jocher was
editor of Social Forces, one of three ma
jor sociology journals. She served as the
first woman president of the Southern
Sociology Society between 1942 and
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MODERN MOVEMENT CLASSES INTRODUCTION
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1 -August 26. Register now 929-3447. Close to campus.
LARGE STUDIO APARTMENT, ENERGY efficient, in newly-built
contemporary home, 3 minutes from campus. Full kitchen, bath,
fireplace, deck overlooking creek and acres of arboretum. Complete
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CELEBRATING? SEND THE COOKIE muncher with a song
cookie cake and personal message! For more details call
Cookie Factory 942-9204 or stop by 153 East Franklin.
LADIES' CHOICE WILL BE back and better than ever in the
fall. We are looking for uninhibited guys with good looks,
good builds and great personalities to work for the greeting
service for women only. Reliability and own transportation a
must. Helps to be photogenic. Great pay for work that is
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$1 OR 25 OFF summer sale. BACK DOOR RECORDS.
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Saturday services. Call: 942-1335 for appointment
THIRD HOUSEMATE WANTED FOR passive solar house in
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Call 929-3685 or 967-5463.
MALE GRADUATE STUDENT OR professional to share room in
two bedroom apartment beginning second week of August Must
be neat and non-smoker. 942-0016. -
FEMALE GRADUATE STUDENT, QUIET, non-smoker, to
share one-bedroom apartment 10-minute walk to campus.
$140 month includes utilities. Call Lois at 929-8613.
WANTED: REASONABLY STUDIOUS MALE roommate for
three -bedroom apartment on Roosevelt Dr., only one mile from
campus, and in a nice, quiet residential neighborhood. Have your
own room; rent $125, plus Vs utilities. Call Joseph at 929-5491,
afternoons or evenings.
- . rides
NORTH RALEIGH RESIDENT SEEKING to ride to and from
UNC with commuting student during week of Aug. 29-Sept 2.
Will share all expenses. Call Mark at 787-0499.
RIDE NEEDED TO MIAMI or vicinity 810. Will pay gas.
ED & AD THANKS FOR an enjoyable & productive summer.
You guys made my "intertmship" easier! Love, Biz.
JHOTU, WENCH, ANDY, JW, LOE1, WEEDY, IAOT
NYT, and NEUEERG: Yoa'ra a graat bunch of people.
It was real, bat whaf sHaBaboaf? tlare'a to Badget
Qootea, Sax lames, Tacolaad, mmA ParHaa of Death.
HOT BOLOGNA ON WH, and none of those nasty veg-gfes-Yum
Vail. Be back for PBR dark. Oh well-at least this Is
free, eh? Ya gotta love IL Later, you guys.
DA, EDITH, SUSIE, BEN. and tfea Toole, tfcan for a
Job weS-doa. The aemra to safe with yotaaa. Party or
QUICK. YOU'RE STUCK IN Columbia, S.C. and the only thing
to keep you company is your Nikon and your 29 yr. old female
roommate. Quick. The closest thing you've seen to a DTH party
was the last spot news gang war you shot What will you do?
What will you do?
LOWNIGHT Thanks for late night talks, midnight walks, an
extra five pounds and Falkner. FellowMarthawatcher.
2 The Tar Heel Thursday, August 4, 1983