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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, February 20, 1971, Page 2, Image 2

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i ! 1 The Daily Tar Heel Saturday, February 20, 1371 17- jl - n n Hpr 2 IlliWiilr , - - 1 ' "l""n'"i' T"111' . Iimim.'' II milium irr 11 ni ir- n n r iriiiii"in--rMi" N.C. aborttioe bill Heaves comnuniiiLiee RALEIGH-After weeks of hassling, a bill to legalize North Carolina's abortion law will hit the floor of the General Assembly next week. The House Health Committee, chaired by Rep. Mrs. John Chase, D-Wayne, Friday approved a substitute to an original substitute after beating down attempts to table, adjourn before a vote or pass out an unfavorable report on the bill. Finally, a motion by Rep. John Ingram, D-Randolph, the committee, by a 10-6 vote, approved a substitute which would delete a requirement that a married woman under 18 would have to have the consent of her husband before she could seek an abortion. The bill would allow any woman to get a legal abortion providing the pregnancy was not 20 weeks advanced and if she resided in the state for 30 days. It would also have to be performed in a hospital or clinic licensed by the Medical Care Commission. ' . " ' Rep. Robert Jones, D-Rutherford, sponsor of the original bill, noted that none of the committee members was medically qualified to pass judgment on the bill, but "this is the woman's right. This is a bill to protect a woman's life and not a fetus." M eet upsets Messia MOSCOW-The Soviet Union said Friday it has asked the Belgian government to prohibit the World Jewish Congress from meeting in Russia. The official Soviet news agency Tass said the Soviets also expressed then displeasure with the Belgians for not having already banned the Feb. 23-25 convention which will consider the status of Soviet. Jewry, including the difficulty Soviet Zionist Jews have reported in obtaining Soviet government permission to emigrate to Israel. The Soviet government statement attacked "anti-Soviet international Zionism" and, at the same time; denied that anti-Semitism exists in the Soviet Union. "It is surprising that, .despite the demarche already made by the Soviet ambassador in Brussels, the Belgian authorities are not taking measures to prevent the holding of an openly anti-Soviet act," the statement said. . Tass said the statement was delivered Friday to a Belgian embassy representative. .Gunmen arrested. DALLAS-Working under the spotlight of a helicopter hovering over a dingy $17-a-week apartment, police Friday captured two tattooed gunmen charged with the execution-style slayings of three deputy sheriffs. Police said the suspected killers are drug addicts and could have been high on heroin last Monday when they tied the hands of five lawmen, ignored their pleas for life and then killed three of them with guns blazing in each hand. The gunmen both shirtless and one with a tattoo of a woman with long, black hair apread over his chest and stomach were subdued without a word and only a short struggle two hours after midnight,. ; . : si- Rene, AdoIfV Guzman, 33, and Lopez, 25, were arraigned and jailed without bond. Dallas County Sheriff Clarence Jones said both are addicts. 1 " RENT-A-CAR a- I ' , - Only RentAT-Bird $4.00 A Day, $.04 A Mite $3.00 A Day, $.03 A Mils (BUT You Must Bring This Ad) CROWELL LITTLE MOTOR CO. S 'Durham 544-3711 nir No Chapel Hill 942-3143 M'V'IM 'i MARIANNE THOLSTED THREESOmE is tfca first fil.-n mis in Dsnnsark since that country cr.dsd all censorship. THREESOME was. ssizsd fey U.S. Customs 2nd, as with I AM CURIOUS and WITHOUT A STITCH, was finally released by the U.S. Attorney's office without a single cat! JUDY BROWN n n Midi Starring (THINK OF THE POSSIBILITIES) JUDY EIxO'A'N Marianne Tholsted Finn Storgaard Lotta Horn Jorgen Kiil Written by Kenneth Pressman Produced and Directed by Lee Beale Color by Technicolor RATED X LAST DAY Shows 1-3-5-7-9 DTH CI STAND UP FOR AMERICA. JOIN THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY, Belmont, Massachusetts 02 1 78 . Send this ad today. FOR SALE: Lease for room on second floor Granville South. Call 966-2464. CLEAN YOUR CONCRETE. Garage, carport, driveway, basement, porch. Our guaranteed product deep-cleans grease, oil. dirt from all masonry floors. $3.95 for . 7 pounds; call 942-5937. VOLVO 1958 PV544.$ 175. Call 929-4249. G f? O COUPLE NEEDS HOUSE in the country immediately. If you know of a vacant house or friends who will be Seaving one soon call 967-4982 anytime.- . . FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apartment in Fidelity Court Apts. in Carrboro. Available beginning March. For information or appointment call 967-4788 on weekends or after 5:30 weekdays. FEMALE ROOMMATE: Share 2-bedroom furnished apt. in Carrboro. I work 2nd shift at Hosp. so apt. is vacant evenings and niqht. 402-BCarrSt. WANTED: Two people to take over lease or 1 person to share, lease. March.-Aug. 1971. 2-bedroom furnished Kingswood Apt. Call FROGGY, is the lily pad big enough for two? FOR SALE: Conn Coronet. Good condition. Best of fr over $ 5 0 . Call 9 4 2 -1 6 9 1 . I want to BUY. Will you SELL? Need small motorcycle 100-200 cc. Please call Kip 967-1828. , STUDENT EMPLOYMENT in Yellowstone and all U5. National Parks. Booklet tells where and how to apply. Send $2.00 Arnold Agency. 206 East Main, Rexburg. Idaho 83440. Money back guarantee. FOR SALE: Toshiba' 8 -track CAR DECK plus TEN TAPES. $60.00. Contact Kerr Spencer 933-9376. SPECTATORS NEEDED for Rugby scrimmage 12 p.m. Saturday, Ehringhaus" Field. Possibility of beer imminent. ATTENTION RUGBY PLAYERS: Put down your beers and show up Sat. 12 p.m. at Ehringhaus Field. Bring a jock. VOLVO 544. I960. (ood condition this car is a good deal for $300. For details call 933-6 371 156 Craige. rilflf Equita!" Jumping Instruction. Classes beginning ,n March. Excellent facilities 933-4044 or Durham. 489-3603. HOUSEHOLD SALE: Sat.. Feb 20 12-S Desk paintings, shelving, heaters, etc One mile out Farrington Rd. (first left after by pass o f Pittsboro Ro) 929-4S20. The 1920's come roarir.g back as the Carolina playmakers present Sindy WiJson's musical, 'The Boy Friend" February 23-28 at the Playmakers Theatre. The musical bow to the era of hot jazz and the Capper made its debut in London in 1954, chalking up an impressive 2,804 performances. In 1956 the musical moved to Broadway bringing with it a new talent-Julie Andrews. The original Broadway success was repeated in 1970 when a revival starring Judy Came and Sandy Duncan won critical acclaim. Richard Watts of the "New York Post" wrote of 'The Boy Friend": "It has the spirit, atmosphere and quality of the girl and music shows of the Twenties and is in every way a gay and engaging delight." The plot of 'The Boy Friend" focuses on a Cinderella-figure, a wistful, lonely rich girl who falls in love with a handsome messenger boy, whose place in the social strata dooms their romance. Meanwhile, the heroine's father has a chance encounter with an old flame from his youth while the hero's father kicks up Lis old heels in foolish deli-ht with a young flapper. The musical numbers of "The Boy Friend" include the rousing "Won't You Charleston With Me" a toe-tapping production number called "I Could Be Happy With You," a love duet, "A Room in Bloomsbury" plus a host of dance and comedy numbers including "The You Don't Want to Flay Writh Me Blues." Twenties dances were an odd assortment -the Bunny Hug, the Lindy Hop named after popular hero Charles Lindbergh and the Charleston among others. The challenging task of staging the musical numbers falls to James Challender, a newcomer to the Department of Dramatic Art faculty. He Peter Brooks studied 'The Magic of Peter Brook," a two-part examination of the work and workings of one of the contemporary theatre's most influential directors, will be presented on "Camera Three" on consecutive Sundays, February 28 and March 7. . "Backstage" film and a discussion among theatre critic Margaret Croyden and a quartet of actors who work with Brook will comprise the broadcasts. Brook's production of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream' performed by members of England's Royal Shakespeare Company, drew critical accolades when it began its current Broadway engagement. He has been described by a major magazine critic as possibly "the most valuable single figure in theatre today." Part I is a film on how Brook staged his experimental version of 'The Tempest." It affords a view of a play in its formative process, as well as of Brook's attitudes toward the theatre. The March 7 broadcast will feature analysis of Brook's work by critic Margaret Croyden, a prominent teacher and writer on modern theatre. She will talk with four members of the cast of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" Alan Howard, Sara Kestelman, Barry Stanton and John Kane about the ideas and techniques of the director. The actors will also provide two short excerpts from the production. James Macandrew is the host of "Camera Three." Merrill Brockway produced 'The Magic of Peter Brook" for WCBS-TV, New York. (MuyRADm SHACK) HOME TAPE PLAYER ur number 1 home tape player buy. Play 8-track stereo cartridges at home. Includes automatic track changer, channel indicator lamps, and a stereo headphone jack. 2 wide-range speakers. Enclosed in a 3-piece walnut cabinet. 14-913 g Sgt T30 0 0 C ... 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The gpsy taught her about Heaven. .!SIS'W2(SIirT M$B TEE IfirSir "" W - jOAN'XA SHLMKL'S FRANCO NERO STARTS SUNDAY RATED R Shows 1-3-5-7-9 has performed on Broadway as well as on stages across the country. Between de-rees from Vt'CIiara and Mary and the University of kiinu, Cullender mi-rated to New York, seeking to gain footir a st;re Litre. He danced in musicals which included "Bye, Bye, Birdie," "How to Succeed in Business Without Really TryiS nd "Maggie," a Broadway-bound musical starring Betsy Palmer. Challender went on to tour with Martha Raye in "Call Me Madam " with Patric Munsel in "Can-Can" and ytith Steve Lawrence in "Pal Joey." He joined the UNC faculty this falL In staging the productions for The Boy Friend," Challender has drawn on a variety of sources. There's a touch of the Busby Berkely production number, the tap of Fred Astaire and the soft shoe of John W. Bubbles. According to Challender, the numbers have their basis ..-..-.-.-,-.-..".-. V."...V .v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.- ',W.WV,W.W, IGoH-Fisd. in the dances of the Twenties. There is the flavor of the Dljckbottom in "th Rifiera" and quite narura3y, the Chzrlestcn in "T.on't You Charleston With Me." But the numbers also depe- j on jazz and ether musical comedy idioms for "jeux d'esprit." The cast: Mary Ann Warwick f. Polly Brown and Randy Jones puys Tony. Betty Szlztt is Madame Dubor.r.ft and Bill Macllwannan is Sir Percy. Stev? Pratt plays Robby van Ilusen with Bohh-, Wilson as Madcap Maisie. Susan Chamber plays the maid, Hortense and Wilhini Brooke plays Lord Brockhurst. Tickets to "The Boy Friend" nay te purchased at the Playmakers Businta Office in Graham Memorial or at Ledbetter-Pickaxd on Franklin Street. Tickets can also be bought by phcrur.g 933-1121. - 4 TO piiayj The third concert in the Chapel Hill Concert Series brings famed duo-pianists Gold and Fizdale to Memorial Hall tomorrow night at eight o'clock. Both artists are of Russian descent. Canadian-born Arthur Gold was a child prodigy who later studied under Josef and Rosina Lhevinne. Chicago-born Robert Fizdale comes from a musical family, a forefather of which was a flutist in the Czar's private orchestra. Gold and Fizdale met as teenagers in New York before their solo careers had jelled. After experimenting with two-piano playing for their own amusement, they decided to devote themselves to the art of duo-pianism. They are widely regarded as the pre-eminent duo-pianists in the world today. Sunday's program will include selections from Robert Schumann and Franz Schubert. A Sonata commissioned by contemporary French composer Francis Poulenc for them and a work by Vittorio Rieti, dedicated to Gold and Fizdale in 1969, will also be performed. Said a "New York Times" critic: "More than any other duo-piano team, they can make their four hands sound as if they belonged to one person and ons mind without sacrificing the individuality of any hand. Such artistry is rare ..." Student tickets are SI at the Union Information Desk. Y-4:30-7:30SSC .'Spanish Msat Loaf Two Vegstables & Bread Back of the Zoom ?k F""""1 5? O 0 4-t "vn,n E - - ill ftil It- 0 uiim 1 vV , i s ) iff; i-i - tzri. t C y f V'i "r n v i 1 11 1 MMtM---'nHHMmiill- We have literally lost our minds and have slashed the prices on our entire stock of brand new winter men's fashions. NO SPECIAL GROUPS NOTHING HELD BACK SHOP 'EARLY AND QUVE SUITS SPORT COATS DEN SHIRTS SWEATERS TROUSERS JACKETS TOP COATS SHOES S SPECIAL SALE HOURS: Thursday Friday "snfrJn j 9-9 We honor a!! charge cards cr S3 ysur Hub Acscumf DOM'T ulIOG THIS GALE! I 7 U 'ill II ! iff vv C syy (Zlnipzl mil 103 E. FRANKLIN ST. ;r"ri- JSJ if - t , f - : Lakeccd Shipping Cents

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