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2The Daily Tar HeelFriday, February 26, 1988
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By CARRIE DOVE
Democratic presidential candidate
Paul Simon of Illinois is banking on
his reputation for sincerity and
candor to carry him into the White
House, campaign officials around the
"His appeal is his honesty and
integrity," said Kim McCarthy,
executive director for Simon's Virgin
Sen. Simon took strong stands on
many issues before other candidates
were willing to commit themselves,
"He was the first candidate to
address the issue of balancing the
budget," McCarthy said.
Simon supports a conservative
fiscal policy, said David Karle, press
secretary for the national campaign.
"He is the authentic pay-as-you-go
Democrat," he said.
Simon would reduce the defense
budget 7 percent by instituting more
efficient procurement practices and
supporting cheaper weapons, such as
the Midgetman instead of the MX
missiles or the Stealth instead of the
B-l bomber, Karle said.
"He would take fiscal and mone
tary policy out of conflict, enabling
the Federal Reserve Board to lower
interest rates (and) lowering the cost
of servicing the national debt," he
Simon supports increasing federal
funds for scholarships for higher
education, an excise tax on cigarettes
and the elimination of most interna
tional trade barriers, Karle said.
He opposes constitutional amend
ments allowing prayer in schools and
outlawing abortion and is against
capital punishment, except in the case
of a prisoner killing a guard, he said.
Simon emphasizes his record of
votes in the Senate in his campaign,
said Charlotte-area coordinator
"Paul Simon is an open book
his record speaks for itself," she said.
He has authored more successful
education bills than all of the other
Democratic candidates combined,
"(Simon) is a champion for edu
cation," Arvidson said.
Building up the Pell Grant pro
gram would be a priority in a Simon
administration, Karle said.
"It costs more to administer a loan
over a long period of time than it
does to offer a grant at the begin
ning," he said.
College graduates are forced to
look for jobs with salaries big enough
to pay off their student loans, Karle
"The career choices are dictated by
these huge loans, and students are
steered toward high-paying jobs so
they can pay their debts," he said.
One of Simon's bills approved by
the Senate offers scholarships to
students who intend to be teachers,
"(Simon) would improve both
teacher pay and entry standards," he
Simon would institute a program
similar to the New Deal's Works
Progress Administration for citizens
on welfare, Karle said.
"He wants to offer job opportun
ities, not just money," he said.
Daycare for children of working
parents is also an important issue,
"(Simon) has been a leader in the
Senate to increase on-site daycare,"
Simon's record on peace and
foreign policy issues has gained him
many supporters, Arvidson said.
The United States should increase
development aid to states bordering
South Africa so they can maintain
their independence, Karle said.
Simon also helped to write the bill
which instituted sanctions against
South Africa, he said.
"(Simon) wants to internationalize
the U.S. sanctions (and) get other
countries to join us," he said.
Simon voted against contra aid and
supports the Arias Peace Plan, he
Peace negotiations in the Middle
East would receive a lot of attention
from a Simon administration, Karle
"(Simon) would become personally
involved in the peace process, as
President Carter did," he said.
Massage parlor arrests misinterpreted, police say
By LAURA GRIMMER
A so-called raid on a Hillsborough
massage parlor that resulted in the
arrest of two employees was actually
a "routine inspection," said Orange
County Sheriff Lindy Pendergrass.
"The Chapel Hill Newspaper made
a mistake when they said we made
a raid last Friday night," Pendergrass
said. "What I, as a police officer, think
constitutes a raid is when we go with
a search warrant looking to arrest
someone. That didn't happen."
The Chapel Hill Newspaper
printed in an expose Sunday that
sexual acts were being offered for
money at the Esquire Health Club
at the intersection of Interstate 85 and
N.C. Hwy. 86 in Hillsborough. After
a reporter called the sheriffs office,
investigators went over there on a
regular, routine inspection, Pender
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But to check for actual solicitation
offering sexual acts for money
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"We don't allow our officers to
disrobe in the line of duty," he said.
"That would put our integrity in
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"It's not necessary to totally dis
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Panamanian president fires
military chief, names successor
From Associated Press reports
PANAMA CITY, Panama
President Eric Arturo Delvalle
ordered the nation's military chief,
Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega,
out of his post on Thursday and
named a replacement.
In a nationally broadcast mes
sage, Delvalle said he had asked
Noriega several days ago to step
down voluntarily, but the general
Delvalle appointed current chief
of staff Col. Marcos Justine as
Noriega, as head of the military,
has been considered the power
behind Panama's civilian
The Reagan administration
publicly called for Noriega to step
down following his indictment on
drug trafficking charges in Febru
ary by a federal grand jury in
White House defends Reagan
WASHINGTON The White
House attempted Thursday to
clarify some of President Reagan's
news conference answers, playing
down his claim that outsiders were
stirring up trouble in Israeli
occupied territories and arguing
that an apparent contradiction
with Secretary of State George
Shultz on Iran arms sales was a
matter of interpretation.
Reagan said he believes the
unrest in the Israeli occupied
territories stems from outside
However, Shultz, en route to the
Middle East, gave a different slant
on the cause of the problem,
blaming the violent unrest on
longtime Israeli occupation of the
White House spokesman Mar
lin Fitzwater said the comments
of Reagan and Shultz "are totally
consistent as far as we're
Shultz arrives amidst violence
JERUSALEM Israeli sold
iers shot two Arabs dead in the
occupied lands and wounded
several others Thursday, a day of
News in Brief
strikes and violence that inaugu
rated the peace mission of Secre
tary of State George Shultz.
Shultz will use Jerusalem as a
base for five days of talks in Israel,
Syria, Egypt and Jordan about
U.S. ideas for ending the violence
in the West Bank and Gaza Strip
and reviving Middle East peace
Shultz urged Israel on Thursday
to negotiate a prompt and final
agreement with the Arabs about
the violence-plagued occupied
Campaign finance bill ready
weary from two days of nonstop
debate fired their parting shots
over a Democratic campaign
finance bill Thursday and braced
for a showdown vote that prob
ably will doom any chance of
passing the politically charged
legislation this year.
Sen. David Boren, D-Okla.,
conceded that "negotiations have
fallen apart" because of GOP
opposition to proposed voluntary
spending limits on Senate
The measure calls for voluntary
ceilings on Senate campaign
spending, depending on the state's
Swaggart sanctions considered
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - The
hierarchy of the Assemblies of
God met Thursday to consider
toughening the punishment of
television evangelist Jimmy Swag
gart after an admitted prostitute
said she had performed pornogra
phic acts for him for about a year.
The church's Executive Presby
tery was to consider a recommen
dation by its Louisiana district
that Swaggart, the denomination's
most prominent minister, be
barred from preaching for three
months and undergo counseling
during a supervised two-year
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