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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, February 13, 1971, Page 2, Image 2

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Tr-ri..- y '"t -p The Daily Tar Heel Saturday, February 13, 1371 r i ! i I! tjJV Olliflkii RENT-A-CAR! i r ill UlUS : . Onlv Rent AT-BIrd i S4.C0 A Dsy, $.04 A Mils' S3.C0 A D?. ;.C3 A tn3 (CUT Ycu f.'u Bring This Ad) CROWELL LITTLE MOTOR CO. i Durhm 544-3711 Dir. No. 01 1835 CUzpzi Hhi 02-3143 i 1 i iiiiwiiir Laos losses mooiM PHARMACY ( ' M c - 7 f W r SAIGON-U.S. helicopters flew another 2,000 South Vietnamese troops into Laos Friday despite intense ground fire that was inflicting increasingly heavy air losses. Front dispatches six more U.S. helicopters were shot down during the day in Laos. Communist activities increased sharply in South Vietnam just below the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and two South Vietnamese convoys were ambushed on Highway 9 and left in flames. A U.S. convoy was ambushed there earlier and intense antiaircraft fire was reported.. Highway 9 is the axis of the South Vietnamese drive into Laos to cut the Ho Chi MinTrail. UPI correspondent Robert E. Sullivan reported from Khe Sanh that elements of the U.S. 101st Airborne Division were rushed into position below the DMZ "to bolster security." Another 1,500 U.S. marines remained aboard ships off the coast for use if the North Vietnamese crossed in force there. Resistance stiffened in Laos, and American pilots reported heavy Communist bombardments of South Vietnamese conboys and of artillery positions along the border. The Communists mined Highway 9 in Laos so thoroughly artillery was being flown in slung under big American helicopters. In Vientiane, the Laotian government announced a state of emergency because of "the new situation created by the recent entry of the South Vietnamese troops into; Southern Laos." Speculation and it was just that was that Vientiane feared Red Chinese intervention. Guard leaves Wilmington WILMINGTON, N.C.-Authorities announced Friday that National Guardsmen called to duty here last Sunday amid racial violence were being released from duty. "Things appear to be back to normal," said Mayor Luther Cromartie. The decision to release the Guardsmen was made after a night which was described as so quiet that incidents of violence were below normal "under normal circumstances." SHOPPING CEMT13 j V; ?: V - p . l 8:30 A If. Uon.-Satl f " 9:00 AM. Son.- " r- r? Til 9:00 P.M. Everyday Phone S 57-70 14 TWnmi ii Nick Kollaad & George Harzlc t . i ft - -jjtlck Holland & X. also liiScidtis Msaiina cmM vw v ar mm 5. ::'X:::-:r:?:?::::::J:s ft ILDTH . Classiffietls VOLVO 1958 PV 444. $175. Call 929-4249. FOR SALE: 1966 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTC convertible, 5 -speed, some bodywork needed, new engine. $ 1495, will negotiate, 967-1972. FOR SALE: Wooden Bundy clarinet, very good condition. Will negotiate price. Call 933-1855 or write to Box 616, Granville Towers East. FOR SALE: Large stereo component system. Must sell whole set. Features color organ, strobe, and 170 LP's. Call 966-2467 after 6. Need male to share large furn. apt.; close to UNC; rent $63mo. Call Jim Smith, 967-4514. Ford Falcon "64" two-door. Automatic transmission. 49,000 miles only. $240. Call 967-4426 after 6 p.m. LEARN TO instruction, evenings. FLY: Personal, professional Call 929-4458 or 929-5753 Rogers Professional "Double-Bass" drum set. Six drums. Six Zildjlan cymbals. "Dyna-Sonic" cbrorrrs snare' drum.' Retail value $2200. Best offer. Excellent condition.1 9 33-3236. Lease for sale In Granville East, West or South. $100 off lease price. Call 933-1844 or 933-1843. TREMENDOUS OPPORTUNITY for part-time Income. Ideal for husband and wife team. Call (919) 428-2264 or write OPPORTUNITY, Box 636, Biscoe, N.C. REFRIGERATOR: GE 22 cu. ft., freezer holds up to three standard ice trays. Under warranty. $55. 933-6371 , or 156 Cralge. NEED female roommate Immediately. $55 mo. plus utilities. 929-1027. '65 Volkswagen red bug. Excellent condition. Radio, heater. $700. Phone 489-6837. WANTED: Person to share 2-bdrm. apt. 4 miles out. AC, carpeted, pool. $70month. .Caif 489-7004. Also, 200 cc 1970 Yamaha; for sal 4. Send your lovebundli our 'LoveBundle.',. And shell be bitten by the LoveBug. That's me. i." Usually available for less than 12.50' What better word thax "Love"? What better way to say it than with the "LoveBundle"? A special Valentine's Jjpuquet, with a lift-out LoveBug corsage to wear on Valentine's Day. Order it to arrive early. Because it's designed to stretch Valentine's Day into a whole week. Why squeeze your loVe into one day? Available only at an IjTD florist. At a special price. Send the FID "LoveBundle'' for Valentine's week As an independent businessman! each FTD Member Florist sets his 1 own prices. J it i " V! Use DTH Ads j COME BY ALPHA KAPPA PS I February 14-17 'HOME OF THE GOOD GUYS' WHERE MONEY TALKS NOBODY WALKS t o3 yaDHIE' WCilGHUEElQ m Folk 1 For very little money you can buy someone special something special. An un-ortfcnary Sony rd-o. Many different modeis. too. Come in and see the colorful FM cube radio (TFM-1S37W) with me gold top. And if you want some thing realty special, there's tne "slider-. (TR-1835) An AM radio wttn sitOes for precise tuning ana volume control. There's also tne Sony touch n' play FMAM (TFM-1849W) osk rad-o. They're all decorator 'designed to go nicely with any decor. And they come with batteries so they'll play any place. And they're better gifts than ever this Valentine's Day. incidentally, because they come gift packed. GometMnj cpscisl from Cony. TTU-IMCW NIMH" r V i J i- i fa-mf fcnn" mm anything but elementary ROBERT STEPHENS -COLIN BLAKELY Produced and Directed by Written by BILLY WILDER BILLY WILDER and I.A.L. DIAMOND Based upon the characters created by SIR ARTHUfLCQNAN DOYLE GP Ml MCS ADMITTED hnwCMmiSiiggM Music by MIK10S ROZSA I COLOR by DeLuxe8 Filmed in PANAVISION I United Artists . Sunday Monday Tuesday Next Threesome SHOWS 1 : 00-3: 05-5: 10-7:1 5-9:20 1 Glam-O-Rama irtfttwxas Needs Girls! 5-9 M-F, 9-6 Sat. Part Time Work-We Want 2-So You Can Have Time Off! Come By Glam-O-Rama Next To Byrd's In Carrboro A Complete Selection of Sony Products Available From $9.95 ' i j j i CARRBORO WAfED: College men and women for man agement positions in government. Must meet physical requirements. Financial aid available for in college trainees, or applicants can enroll in special training course on graduation. Stateside andor overseas travel guaranteed. k c I Here's a government position with a real future for both men and women. An officer's job in the Air Force. A management level job in anybody's book. Certainly, there's no better way to get the experience and train ing needed for executive responsi bility. If you have two years of college remaining, you could find yourself earning an Air Force commission while you learn, through the Air Force R0TC two-year program. Along with college credits and a commission, you'll receive $50 each month as a student. And upon grad uation, that management position we promised will be waiting for you. If an advanced degree is in your plans, you'll be happy to learn that the Air Force has a number of out-" standing programs to help you fur ther your education. If you're in your final year of col lege, you can get your commission through the Air Force Officer Train ing Program. It is open to all college grads, both men and women, who qualify. Check it out You'll find that the Air Force is one career that offers something for everyone. Nearly 430 different jobs, ranging from aero nautical engineering to zoology, with almost everything else, includ ing flying, in between. But whatever your duties, you'll soon discover that the Air Force will let you move just as far and as fast as your tal ents can take you. So look ahead and let your col lege years pay off for you with a managerial position in the U.S. Air Force. Just send in this coupon or write to USAF Military Personnel Center, Dept. A, Randolph AFB, Texas 78148, and get your postgrad uate career off the ground. I SCN271 USAF Military Personnel Center Dept. A Randolph AFB, Texas 78148 Please send me more information on: Officer Training Schooi Air Force ROTC Program NAVE (please print) ADDRESS . riTy ZIP PHONE PTE OF G9P'JT!0N SCHOOL 1 I understand there is no obligation. Rnd ysurcc'. in Iho U.-Jbd Slcs Air Forco i ABORTION COUNSELING, INFORMATION AND REFERRAL SERVICES Abortions up to 24 weeks of pregnancy are now legal in New ' York State. There are no resi dency restrictions at cooperating hospitals. Only the consent of the patient and the performing physician is required. If you think you are pregnant, consult your doctor. Don't de lay. If you choose to have an abortion, early abortions are simpler and safer. Abortions should be per formed by Board certified obste tricians and gynecologists, with Board certified anesthesiologists attending, in fully licensed and accredited general hospitals. You should not have to psy exorbi- ' (tant charges for any of these services. If you need information or professional assistance, including immediate registration into avail able hospitals, telephone The -Abortion Information Agency, (212-873-6650), which has helped counsel and place more than 22,000 women for safe, legal hospital abortions. The total costs at good facil ities range as follows (in-patient hospital service, except as noted) : For D & C: Pregnancy up to 9 weeks, $285-5310 (out-patient hospital service); up to 12 weeks, $385-$410; up to 14 weeks, $560. For Saline Induc tions: 16-24 weeks, $560-$585. What you should know about diamonds when you know it's for keeps You've dreamed about your diamond engagement ring a thou sand times. But now that you know it's for keeps, it's time to stop dreaming and start learning about diamonds and their value. Because no two diamonds are exactly alike, jewelers have adopted exacting standards to de termine the relative value of each and every diamond in the world. These standards include a dia mond's size (carat weight), color, cut and clarity. W r ' i T i t, n -j k 4. V Although it's important to know the facts about diamonds, you certainly don't have to be an expert to choose a Keepsake Dia mond Ring . . . because Keepsake guarantees a diamond of fine white color, correct cut and perfect clar ity or replacement assured. The fa mous Keepsake certificate provides permanent registration, trade-in value and protection against loss of diamonds from the setting. COLOR; Fine white diamonds are Suite rare and valued accordingly, ther shades in relative order cf their worth are: blue, yellow, brown and black. CUT: The cut of a diamond the facets placed on it by a trained cutterbrings out the gem's fire and brilliance. Anything less than correct cut reduces beauty, bril liance and value. CLARITY: Determined by the ab sence of small impurities. A per-, feet diamond has no impurities when examined under ten power magnification by a trained eye. CARAT: A diamond's size is measured in carats. As a diamond increases in size, its price will increase even more if the quality remains constant. But larger dia monds of inferior quality may ac tually be worth less than smaller, perfect diamonds. Your Keepsake Jeweler has a complete selection of new styles. He's in the Yellow Pages under "Jewelers." Or, dial free day or night long distance 800-243-6000. In Connecticut, call 00-912 -55. REGISTERED DIAMOND RINGS THE ABORTION INFORMATION AGENCY, LNTC 160 West 85th St., N.Y, N.Y. 10024 212-873-6650 8 AM to 10 PM Seven Days a Week HOW TO PLAN YOUR ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING Send new 20 pg. booklet. "Planning Your Engagement and Wedding" plus full color folder and 44 pg. Bride's Book gift offer all for only 25(. S-71 Nm , . Addns . . Of , c . r" KEEPSAKE, BOX 90, SYRACUSE, NEW YORK 13201 f-gw StCP to $0 TO Tra3 Ma--fc A. H. Pc4 Co. ,

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