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t 2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, March 15, 1983 f Leftists urged to vote in El Salvador The Associated Press WASHINGTON The Salvadoran ambassador to the United States says time is running out for the leftist insurgents in El Salvador to come "down from the hills" as President Reagan urged and take part in elections. "They would have to start moving on it real soon, as soon as next month," Ambassador Ernesto Rivas-Gallant said in a weekend interview. Reagan told reporters Friday that "every effort is being made" to persuade the guerrillas to seek a peaceful solution and he hoped that "these appeals and offers of amnesty will bring some of these people down from the hills." "Work back from December," said Rivas-Gallant. "We are going to have elections in December. We've got to have at least four months to campaign. That brings us back to August. Let's work back again. You've got to organize a political party. Work back three months and it will be May. We're not talking about very much time, are we? "If they are going to participate in the elections, they are going to have to restructure their political base and they wouiu nave 10 biari moving on it real soon, as soon as next month. Not conversations next month, but the political parties." Rivas-Gallant, like Reagan, appeared to regard this as unlikely. The president said, "I have to recognize not to be naive that these people up there in the hills are not just discontented peasants who have managed to get their hands on a military weapon. These are trained and highly equipped military forces trained and equipped and backed by outsiders by way, mainly of Cuba, through Nicaragua." housing From page 1 concert From page 1 crease would be mailed to all students who sent in housing contract applications. "We'll send letters to all students, including freshmen," he said. Both Harpster and Rinfret said they did not expect the rent increases to decrease the number of students living in residence halls or Granville Towers. ss Support the a?) March of Dimes i. HSEilfUfiTH Ptf'CiS FOUNDATION MUSHI The 1982 Chapel Thrill Committee spent about $92,000 to hire Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Donnie Iris and the Cruisers, and Daryl Hall and John Oates. "We spent a hell of a lot less and got some great talent," Lee said. Officials of the organizations to be benefited by the concert said Monday that they were pleased to be involved in the event. "It gives us an opportunity to further expose our program to the public," said Alan Bolick, state director of Special Olympics. "We're very dependent on volunteers, and we depend on that type of public exposure to draw volunteers." Special Olympics, which serves about 25,000 training and competition for mentally retarded" citizens. UNICEF sees the concert as an important part of its campaign to recruit college students to serve in the organization, said Ron Lewallen, an official with the U.S. Committee for UNICEF. UNICEF provides a variety of health education services in 1 12 developing countries; The Muscular Dystrophy Association plans to use any money it receives from the concert to support the needs of people treated for neuromuscular diseases at Duke and North Carolina Memorial hospitals, said Daniel Litz, projects r coordinator for the eastern North Carolina chapter of the MDA. BfflEFEY The Associated Press PARIS Political leaders and French newspapers agreed Monday that conservative gains in municipal elections showed voter dissatisfaction with President Francois Mitterrand's Socialist-Communist coalition's policies. The Socialist president met for two hours with Premier Pierre Mauroy to assess the damage from Sunday's second-round voting in which the opposition right and center gained but failed to inflict a significant defeat on the left. Both the right and the left agreed the voting amounted to a "warning" to the central government, saying it showed considerable dissatisfaction. RALEIGH A power struggle between the Waste Management Board and state lawmakers is &9 but overshadowing the hazardous waste legislation they're dealing with, observers say. The board and legislators are said to be feuding over who has the authority to decide which wastes are acceptable for the state's landfills. "Is the legislative branch going to allow the people who en force the regulations to write the regulations they are going to enforce?" asked Rep. Joe Mavretic, P-Edgecombe. "There is a whole lot of room for secret negotiations when people who write the rules administer those same rules." Gov. Jim Hunt said last week he'd like for the Legislature to have more confidence in the board and its staff of experts. WARSAW, Poland More than 1,000 Solidarity sup-. porters demonstrated in Gdansk Monday for the second successive day, but labor leader Lech Walesa stayed away, saying he feared a "provocation." A crowd of 300 to 400 assembled at the Martyred Workers Monument outside the Lenin Shipyard in the Baltic port shortly before the afternoon shift change. They sang patriotic songs and apparently their ranks were swelled by workers as they left . the shipyard. When police ordered them to disperse, the demonstrators jeered but moved down the street toward the train station 500 yards away. Shouting "Solidarity" and "Gestapo" at helmeted riot police, the crowd grew to between 1,000 and 1,500 as it approached the station, witnesses said. Former economic adviser will speak this e vening SUMMER STARTS in 0 WEEKS. TOflT ARE YOUR PLflHS? Yoci could sell through the history of Greece or the Caribbean. . . wonder the byways off Ireland's literary past. . .unravel the politics off Europe or the mysteries of the Nayan pyramids . . . march down the battlefields of the Civil War. . . take a camera's eye tour of London. . . find you could earn (INC CREDIT in those and nlno other CIHC Study-Travel Programs! Get details at Hbernethy Hall or call 962-1 106. Do it TODAY! Reservation deadline: March 31, 1903 Dr. Alfred Kahn, former President Jimmy Carter's economic adviser, will speak today at 5 p.m. in the Carroll Hall auditorium. His speech is entitled "The Economic Outlook: Implications for Business" and is the first in a series honoring Archie K. Davis, a UNC graduate and former chairman of the board of Wachovia Bank & Trust. Kahn served as chairman of President Carter's Council on Wage and Price Stability from 1978-1980. He has been a professor of economics at Cornell University since 1947 and has written several books promoting free enterprise economics. ATHLETIC FOOTWEAR a ACCESSORIES i ;;! at odkJcis :m h k Afefc,,s;;;:.i::: V a to ? J. fac - Expires 32633 UNIVERSITY SQUARE (Next to Granville Towers) s 133 W. Franklin St weoknifes a ' 'til S pm 942-1078 'Tf-ifs eouoon is worth a FREE T SHIST when you buy any regMarfy prtcecf alhletic shoes. NEW FOR CAROLINA FANS A 1982 Momenta of TARHEEL NATIONAL CHAM PS. Great keepsake or gift for students or alumni. INCLUDES: Carolina Coke and Blue Soda. Complete season schedule and scores. Complete list of team members and coaching staff An attractive display box hurry-Limited supply $14.50 $1.50 postage & handling I Send check or money order for $16.00 to: jrCAROLINA SgT PO BOX 20236, Raleigh, N.C 27619 . fNarfifl ' Orrter "" Address State Zip SHOPPING SPREE! WIS3 $1000! The Chapel Hill Service League is sponsoring a shopping spree at University Mall in Chapel Hill. First prize will be $1000 in coupons to be used at the mall. Second prize will be $500 and third prize will be $250. All proceeds will go to inter-Faith Council Loan and Grant Fund. Tickets are $2 and will be available during .the month of March from all League members and The Country Store, University Mall. The drawing will be held. April 10, 1983. Tickets available on campus from members of Kappa Alpha Theta. TheN Ufl AW Chapel Hill 967-8685 JSMY IRONS a "BEST MOVIE OF THE YEAR!" Gene Siskel, "AT THE MOVIES" STARTS TODAY 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:00 i 1 N.C. Premiere o o "NOT TO tl UtSSlDl A CIVILATIOJi!" Archac tMnMn. N.V. rod "HSLARJOUSIY VULOACI THf GUCSTS OBMK. ACCUE. FUBT, OBINK. EAT, MAKt LOVE. GET CAUGHT, MAWl AND DRINK SOME MOREI" - VMcant Conby. N v. Imiim "Vtat STSON9 EECOICIENDATION.. A RIAL TCZATf" "TAKE THIS AS AN INVITATION , ... OOP' m out. woe rv I Directed by I BRUCE (ERESFORp . r 1 d 0 .0 0 I STARTS TODAY 3:30 5:30 7:30 9:30 (R) i BUFFET I All the Pizza, Spaghetti and j Garlic Bread YOU CAN EAT I for $3.49 : Drink Included ll-2Mon.-Fri. 968-8888; T) f 171 it PILOT TRAICJinG OPPORTUEITIES - FLY CJAVY The Navy presently has several openings for the most exciting and challenging job in the world NAVY PILOT. If you qualify, we will guarantee you a seat in the most prestigious flight school anywhere. At the completion of training you will fly the Navy's hfgh performance aircraft. Qualifications Are Bachelors degree Less than 28 years old 2020 uncorrected vision Excellent health ; U.S. Citizen If you think you can qualify and would like to earn a starting salary of $18,000 with $28,000 in four years, see the Navy Officer Pro-. grams Team, they'll be on campus March 1517 at the Student Center. If you can't make it, send your resume or transcripts to: NAVY PILOT PROGRAMS Nelson Skinner 1001 Navaho Dr., Raleigh, NC 27609 Or calM-800-662-7231 8 am-4 pm, Mon.-Fri. o?o f Tj ' All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by 12 (noon) one business day before publication. Classified ad may be placed at the DTH office or mailed to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. Return ad and check or money order to the DTH office by noon the business day before your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid. Rates: 25 words or less Students $2.00 Non-students $3.00 5 for each additional word -$1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type Please notify the DTH oSce immediately if there are mistakes in your ad. We will be responsible for only the first ad run. ARE YOU A MONOPOLY fanatic? Do you get Into trading Real Estate? A campus tournament will b held on Sunday, March 20th In 207-209 of the Union at 1.-O0 pm. Sign-up at Union Desk by March 17th. We have free pairs of fix for the winners to English Beat and Admieaion Night Films. THE DTH IS NOW accenting appScatloas lor tfce eadm-a4arg poefeht om the DTH Board of Directors. Stodeads sboeJd swbamlt ria, cover letter a ad at leaef thrae reirsaca to ta DTH ode Qi 10 mm mmd 4 pea) sfoM Hare 18. 1983. Stmdtmtm erfth THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ASSOCIATION will meet on Wednesday March 16 in the Union. Dr. William Bigoness will speak on careers and graduate programs in Industrial Relations. lost & found LOST: GOLD BRACELET WITH four white sapphires in or around Grad Library or Health Sciences Library. Substantia! reward. Contact Kim at 968-1226 after five. LOST-LADY'S GLASSES IN a brown case. Lost before Spring Break. Please can 933-1458. FOUND: SET OF KEYS. To reclaim call Mark at 942-0793. Please identify key ring. FOUND: GREEN KELTY BACKPACK. 5:45 Wed. afternoon, Hanes-Carroa-Gardner quad. Identify contents. Claim at APO lost and found. Union. LOST: PAIR OF GLASSES in brown case. U found please , caU Dean at 968-9053. t LOST: BORG TENNIS RAQUET. in Pine Room. March 2. Please caB Paul 968-0388. Reward for return. Else, I have eyewitness descriptions that I will give to the police. Thank you. SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR OPENINGS in New Eng. land. Camp Beckett (boy's camp) has openings 1 coujtee-f lore and program specialists. Also nurses (RNf. Located in Mountains of Wester, Massachusetts, within driving distance of Boston and New York City, the camp offers a broad camping program emphasizing personal development. Contact placement office for more information and interviews on March 18. . IF YOU HAVE HAD direct selling experience here's a summer Job experience for you. Sell yellow page advertising for your Campus Telephone Directories. Some travel necessary. Average commissions earned in a 12 week selling period $3,500. Top salesperson earned $7,000 in summer of 1982. All expense paid 4-day training program in Chapel Hill, N.C. Send resume and letter describing previous sales experience to: Ms. Jan Bolick. University Directories. P.O. Box 2145, Chapel Hill. N.C. 27514. You wiU be contacted for a per-. tonal interview. TENNIS RACKETS "at mail order prices with pro shop service." Partial listing Prince Pro $87.50. Kennex Power $53.50. Wilson Kramer Mid $73.50 (INCLUDES STRINGING) Five Oaks Pro Shop 493-1495. ALPINE 7123 FM CAR stereo locking FF rewind music sensor dolby metal paid $340 asking $240 Craig 48 watt powerpiay $60 both $250 catt 933-7855. for rent LARGE ONE BEDROOM APT. for rent. Six month or one year lease available. Across from University MaU. Call Cam-eiot Apts. 929-2964. CLOSED OUT? ONE BEDROOM apt to sublet for June and July. Option to renew lease in August. Contact LaBron or Jerry after 6 p.m. 967-2054. personals PEDRO, LOBSTER MAN Where are you at??? Feeding the gulls again? Oh be meOo. Here's to popcorn, tourists lotion, whining, peeling, brassy's, wet shoes, da -her da-her, "What a doll," krystal burgers, satan. Rick Rod, l LIKE it," tennis anyone?, always late, PEDRO cooking and cleaning, 1 get off on 57 chevies", i .ft was a great break! Touriata and Mind Poisoner. HTLLEL WILL BE HOLDING its last deli night of the year, Wednesday, March 16th. 6-7:30 pm. This it your last chance this semester to enjoy New York-style deU with all the trimmings! 10 discount for all Hillei members. BLACK MALES AND FEMALES Earn $5hr-get a free physical, and help the environment. The EPA needs healthy non-smokers, age 18-35 for a breathing study on the UNC campus. For more information call 966-1253, Monoay-Fridya, 8-5. heSp wanted SUMMER JOB SEARCH DIFFICULT? National firm , now hiring. Resume experience, travel, excellent pay $3500.00. Average savings for summer. Cal 942-5151 for interview information. YOGA. ITS A QUESTION of toy! The Yoga Place wiU offer 8 rlnnsei each week. 321-55 for beginning and continuing students. For information caU. 967-9686. 452 West Franklin Street since 1975. .CLC HERE'S TO MILLEDGEvTLLE, Macon, Atlanta. Cowboy Bill's, New Yorkers, and Just good 'ole boys! How about that "Tramp for sale!?!" Karmapolis won't ever be so famous! Thanks so very much for going to Georgia! Well have to go back soon! VCB. CATHASZXE EVANS COME BY the DTH offics to pick mm year dssck book. Ask for UsuU ICE QUEEN-REMEMBER: RaM? "Wanna dance?" Fletcher's on the strand. Whitehead 7th foor?? Xanadu.. "I LOVE a southern accent (X 5,000)!" C.G.M. to B.R. Tina Man." Low-flying choppers. Kahlua! Citadel! Tm (we're) on the Hunt" Can you HANDLE the ATTENTION? WNMB midnight deejay. "You Are." "Hungry Heart" Wild Sherri. Late-night driving on the beach. Lite. Two-legged creatures. Carolina Girls. Best In the World!!! "Swinging.' You Med more vitamin E71 Textured or tinted? Walks on the beach. FOG (Yuckl). Here's to an even better time (is It possible?) at Easter!! Love, IQ. CLOSED OUT OF THE dorm? We have sn alternative solution to your problem. Okl Well apartments arc lor sale as individual units with flexible occupancy dates. Only $1900 down payment and no closing costs. Share the benefits of ownership with your parents and put your rent dollars to work for you. For details contact Bill Farley 967-5288, HefnerBlock Realtors. Semi-Ace: Thanks for understanding. I am trying. Be patient and trust me. And smile. K. BP AND TJG: Thanks for being there and helping me get through this past weekend. You both mean more to me than you know. KM. THE DTH IS NOW accsyttaf apHcatioe fords s4srfsrt-e-larg poetioa o tSa DTH Board of D use tors. Ststdoata skosJd ss&sait is is, cove lattor ostd at loaot thro isier cos so too DTH ofSos fb 19 mm mmd 4 March 18. 19S3. St a deals wtdk DO YOU BELIEVE IN ghosts? There's evidence that they're real. "Beyond the Poltergeist," A lecture slide presentation by world reknown psychic researcher William Roll will be in 100 Hamilton, March 16. at 7:00 p.m. Free. JEFF LAND INVITES ALL his friends to visit him at his new location. Take One Hakcutters. 203 East Franklin Street (across from campus). Ten years experience in Chapel Hill. TONIGHT AT PURDVS: "Ladies' Lockout" Penny Draft! 75 wine and other specials we simply can't advertise! Don't miss it! OVERSEAS JOBS-SUMMERYEAR round. Europe, S. Amer.. Australia, Asia. A3 Fields. $500-1100 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write UC Box 52-NC-l Corona Dd Mar. CA 92625. EARN $5H3. GET a free physical and help the environment. The EPA needs healthy non-smoking males sad females, 18-35, for breathing studies on the UNC campus. For more information call 966-1253. 8-5. Monday-Friday, CRUISE SHIP JOBS! $14-$28.000. Carribean, Hawaii. World. CaU for Guide, Directory, Newsletter. 1 916-722-1111. Ext UNCHAPEL HILL services CHEAP TYPING! CALL 929-TYPE SKYBUS "83 NO FRILLS student teacher nights Europe, Asia, Mideast, AfricaGlobal Travel, 521 Fifth Ave, N.Y. N.Y. 10017(212) 379-3532 (Book early to avoid disappointment). THE VILLAGE ADVOCATE CLASSIFIEDS reach people where they live. To place classified call 968-4581. CaU today and recsivo a 10 discosuit. BIRTH CHOICE PREGNANT? Struggling with a lifetime decision? Can we help? Call 942-3030. MODERN MOVEMENT DANCE EXPERIENCE the joy of movement! Modem, Jazz, ballet, aerobics. March 14 through May 5. Pay per classper session. CLOSE TO CAMPUS. 929-3447. HEY MOREHEAD CONFEDERATION! For a Real Direction and a New Life Elect David Suddreth. our Governor and Leslie Nesbtt, our Lt Governor. Election Date: Thursday, March 17, 1-7 pm. roonnstes CLOSED OUT? WE NEED 2 females who arc responsible but like to party to share 3 bedroom, 2 bath Bolinwood Apartment beginning June 1. $103.75 Vs utilities.' CaU 967-2536. SPEEiGFEST "83 T-6KS3TS on sale today in the Pit, Noost-2 oss. Cost: 85.69. Help support a trsttSHhMudjCoroluaa owoatl INTERESTED AND SKILLED PERSONS are needed as counselors at one of the nation's finest camps for the summer of 1983. Don't miss a chance to have one of the most emkhing summers of your life!! For more information call Clark Pfaff at 933-8161 from 7:30 am-I0:30 am or after 11:00 pm. for sale rides "I MISS M'A'S'H" bumper stickers; send stamped, seV-addressed envelope to: J.D. Promotions, Box 1342, Chapel HUl, N.C. 27514. Enclose $1.00 check or money order. HELP! NEED RIDE TO Tidewater area (preferably Norfolk Va. Beach). Can leave early March 18 and return March 20. CaU Caria at 933-3468. Keep trying! WICKED TOES: CANADA OR Bust Aye? Missed trains, guitars, croissants, nerds, magic people, OTCeefe, Dubievet, the impossible 2.-00 curfew, the boys in the band. The PANTS, Refugees, and Screwdrivers, good times; too much yet not enough. You made it Great! K.K. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE girl who was seen on TV at the ACC Tournament as much as Dean was. Gail, hope your 22nd birthday is the best ever. Love and miss you Dawn. . ZST MILE OF PENNIES. Saturday. March 19th. BaSoosi SAIL on FramUUa St AH proceeds oo to APO Cbssooo, Chest Saturday NUe, ZST Hosss; 220 rhOey Ed, 99 p.sa. Bock to the WTOTE ANIMALS. 'roll to MULTIPLE bobs of COOKS The Party bu will bo nissMi to and front caacpaa. Look for details on cosspoo this week. . .and yon thowsht sptfee break TODD: EVEN IF YOU'RE from VIRGINla you're good enough for me! You're more of a man than Jim P will ever be! Secret Admirer." , SPRING INTO HEALTH at the SECOND ANNUAL NEW WELL SPRING HEALTH FAIR, Tuesday. March 22, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Carolina Union. For mors information caB 966-2281 (Ext 275). KHV, HAPPY 19TH. Then past S smooths novo I tocrod&lo. Thanks for osakksf Sortef Bsoak est JoyaMe. I hope st can always be fibs that Loos CMS. JEAN AND GEORGE-THANKS for the "night on the town" In Atlanta the "Hideaway" and "Studebagers" wiU never be the same. Thanks again. We love you! Martha, Dawn and David. MARTHA AND TERESA Eat Boogers! Thanks for such a wonderful party well never be the same! Martha never forget Dam Buford and gas m Cummings. Here's to "shaking" hands, Gwinnett by moonlight and Wimpy Wahoesl D

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