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The Daily Tar Heel
Monday, October 18, 1971
Blacks crae stiom
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r'"i:p "f Hjck student government
r-, from the state's regional
r itir- ha voiced apprehension over
u j re of the predominately black
ut:or.- under proposed restructuring
aders of the N.C. Youth
ization for lilack Unity sent a letter
i-: ::V-;r of the Joint Senate House
r f dj-a?!' r. Committee with "eight
!rr..-ndt;ons for fairness in higher
! .:r.2 '"grjve concern" for the five
O ." C , .' ' y Oft- -S-ia' ,C P art y will give a
1 1 - -,f f'rtzO Harms, Democratic
j,ri;', C'-' M -j i '..r1'1j!?, totfa from 9:45 until
; I ; . p "- . i- e ;.."yn.-i'y1 Room of the
.r' .j- . H'iti. A it 'JHC faculty and students
n i . : 'f -3 t o .! '.- ' 1 .
Tr.e 2a?e for the trail ride
' -4r to 2 i 2l. Anyone wishing to
e' d t" o or -3' y o'ner ride piease come to the
- t - c. j Tuesday at 8 p.m.
The ,u C A I rier national Affairs
,-? rtiii Tirrt today at 7 p.m. in the Y
-.i-dit -i o e ':'.! '". .rs 3rd diSCUSS the UN
i n 9 of the VOung
,-;! d 7:30 p.m. in the
t,i a r of tt.e executive
y,. J( j ji:i o'.ra'l Club at 4 p.m. in
if '1 of ih
" rjf o -jr ,,r, rer s are needed for "Blact'
? .- ," tiife h'jM i.ewsp.iper Contact Bruce
', v- ps . ; (; :" ' s photography editor, in
' . r... iP j Union, or Earl Brake,
!-d d;sp-ra,'' to build sets for
'e Poof." No experience
'." dmyt-. r 1 j r til. every night,
i"-j';i! o f-iissa Hardy.
c. , tj !:! rreet every Tuesday
. n h jom 20 7-209 in the Union,
instruction for beginners
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"ct, s ri.--s j? D:bate will meet at 8
i i i. tf'd.iy i.i ti;e U' i n. The topic will be,
'' -. V i is a s ci.l evil. Everyone is
. r. : 'o
Aiph.i f p.ii n Delta Pre-Medical Honor
,. i.;ty will co-'d jct its final rush meeting of
'! fai: semester today at 7 p.m. in Room 106
i f the Bisk. Sciences Building. All interested
.;K-n!s ate invited to attend.
1 h ,.: i::t'.'fe'ied m doing volunteer work at
t ie Com-numty School for People Under Six
i. ! r - sign up at the AvVS office in Suite C of
t k' Union.
Nomination forms for the Order cf the
V.tir , i ics. hijhest campus honorary for women,
ait- no.v avji'.iblo at the Union desk.
0'ii',taii'!in'-j j.iMioi and senior women are
t o pt tr i nomination. Forms must be
i .in d f. t' . jesk or mailed to Box no. 32,
i ii. j Um.n, Dy Oct. 22.
'-,: i'l C' in tiH-t'tmgs. pen to everyone, art
I . j ewef, M-n.jay at S p.m. in the Union and
.it F, p hi. every Tuesday at 213 Purefoy Rd.
Meeting of the UNC Accounting Club today
at 7 p.m. in 105 Gardner.. Open to all
arc oi; n t ma m a ior s.
Headquarters For Quality
Contact Lenses Fitted
Contact Lens Accessories
John and Lib Southern
121 E. Franklin St
Between Varsity Theatre and Intimate
t rasemxssu. m ihiiihmim ii imiiiim J
Features: 2:34 - 4:50 - 7:06 - 9:22
WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS'
1 rjT W 1 f j" tH FANAVISiOM' AMD
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predominantly black state supported
institutions, the letter cited the services
the institutions perform.
"We firmly believe the predominantly
black state-supported colleges and
universities have served and continue to
serve black people in a way which cannot
be expected of other institutions," the
Among the recommendations made by
the group are that a minimum of 30
percent of any central governing board be
Tryouts for the Ca'oima Peade's Fc'-eore
Show will t h5id today, 7-10 p.m., m 103
Bingham. Needed: men and women who can
read, play guitar, banjo, or d-.fcm-.er.
Peace Corps and VISTA recru'ters are on
campus this week in the Y-court and m te
Union. A film will te shown Wednesday a 7
p.m. in Room 102, Abernathy Han.
Eckankar, Ancient Science of Soul Travel.
Path to God Realization, teaches awareness cf
the self as Soul which can experience God.
Discussion group available. Write Eckankar,
Box 953, Chapel Hill.
The YM-YWCA Big Brother-Big Sister
program will hold its second organizational
meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. m the Union, if
you missed the first one, this one's for you. For
more information, call Fred Irons, 968-9068, or
Dale Hamrick, 967-2421.
One picture is worth a thousand
words express yours in the '72 Yack. Come by
Suite D of the Union for a picture
appointment Oct. 18-31. Subscriptions may be
purchased at same time.
FOUND: Orange bike in bushes by Avery.
Looks as though stolen and abandoned. Check
FOUND: Black kitten on Isley St. Is now at
Vine's Vet. Hospital.
FOUND: Small black puppy near Venable.
FOUND: Wire-rimmed prescription,
hexagonal shaped sunglasses. Left in Zool.
Dept. outside embryology lab. Come by Zool.
office to claim.
LOST: Men's black-rimmed glasses. Can
LOST: Small army side pack full of art
supplies, left in Room 221, Greenlaw. Call
LOST: Black check book, name Don R. Ellis
on checks. If found, send to P. O. Box 1011,
Chapel Hill, or call 933-7298 (2-6 p.m.) or
967-6236 (6-8 p.m.) Reward and many thanks.
LOST: Brown leather wallet.
Janet. 933-5143. Reward.
Need ID'S. Call
LOST: Blue diaper bag in back of red
Camaro while hitch-hiking on Highway 54
Thursday night. Call 942-3352 before 3:30
CEOTELL LITTLE MOTOR ,CO.
CHAPEL HILL, 1710 E. Franklin St. (No. 79 on Mop)
Chapel Hill 942-3143 (Dealer No. 0118851 Dial Durham 544-3711
COLOR BY DELUXE'
Butch the Wonder Dog is lost again, in Royal
Park area. 5 mo. old. blonde, black collar, part
collie and part golden retriever. Call 942-7381.
EXCELLENT PART TIME OPPORTUNITY
for responsible, presentable young lady. Prefer
married student or student wife. Car necessary.
Nikkormat FTN with 50mm lens, brand new
$350 value. Must sell $300. 1970 BSA 441
Victor, good condition, needs new light, speed
cable. $625. Call 967-7252.
1964 VW Convertible, engine rebuilt 1968,
$400. Call 942-7851.
Wanted: Experienced guitar player. Single,
willing to travel, for rock group. Must be able
to sing lead. Contact DeWitt or Jack in Love
Valley, N.C, (704) 592-7351.
NEED TICKETS TO UNC vs. W.F. on Oct. 23.
will pay good price for at least 2 together. Call
Bern 967-2053, afterj6 p.m.
OR SALE: 1966 Mustang low mileage, good
shape, new parts. 12 guage Fox Double
Shotgun. Need money for tuition. 942-5823
nights, or Carrboro 66 daytime.
Female wanted to assume lease in Granville
South. Call 929-7474. ask about room 2830.
DATING SERVICE: Meet more members of
the opposite sex in Chapel Hill. Free details,
write: Box 77346, Atlanta, Ga. 30309.
$$$ NEED EXTRA CASH $$$ Fart time work
available. Week nights or weekend days and
nights at Roy Rogers. Apply in person after 3
NEEDED: Female Roommate attendant by
wheelchair graduate student. Mostly
housekeeping duties, no lifting. Pay $100 per
mo. Call Craige Hall Office for appointment,
OOMMATE WANTED: King"s Arms Apt. $50
6V utilities, shag carpet, 3 mi. from campus,
good vibes. 967-2544.
black. The group also called for a
minimum of 80 percent of any local
board of trustees cf a predominantly
black institution to be black.
The black students asked the central
board be given only those powers
expressly set forth in legislation.
They also asked for the local boards to
be given significant powers. These would
include, final authority in the
appointment of local administrators
including the chancellor, and in the area
of student conduct.
LOST: Biack wa!et, mcnogramed K'FV.
ID'S baaiy needed. Can Vine, 929-7363.
LOST: Yenow, cabie-knit. long sleeved
sweater m Section 17, Row I in Kenan Stadium
last Satjrday. Call 929-49S6.
LOST: Girl's multi-colored, oval eyeglasses
in vicinity of hospital. CaM Kay. 933-8064.
LOST: One genuine red plastic wallet,
probably in Union. Can 929-1992.
LOST: Female golden retriever with leather
collar. Very friendly, answers to name "Came."
LOST: One red shawl left in the van of the
Leo male with Gemini rising. Call Louise,
286-3847, Durham, collect.
LOST: Instamatic Hawkeye camera in
vicinity of Umstead Park. Can Debbie Warren,
933-9121. if found. Reward.
LOST: Photography 45 notebook, taken by
mistake, from job placement office in Gardner.
Can Debbie Warren. 933-9121.
STOLEN: Ladies' Longines Watch, brown
and gold with Roman numeral dial. If anyone
tries to sell you this watch, can Lucinda Smith,
To the ice cream eating billfold thief: You
took my billfold from Avery basement
Thursday afternoon. I don't know your name
but I do know your face. Return papers and
billfold, by mail, to Macon Huffman, 403
LOST SOMETHING? Check by the A. P.O.
lost and found in the basement of Smith
Building, or call 933-3996.
NEEDED: Math 31 student needs a tutor.
Call Ken at 933-3347 or come by 904
Morrison. Monday or Tuesday. Fee negotiable.
The Campus Calendar is a service
provided by the Daily Tar Heel to let our
readers know what is happening on
campus. If your group is having a
meeting, please let us know.
Just place your announcement in the
basket provided for that purpose in the
DTH office., Student Union. All
announcements must be in by 3 p.m. to
get into the following day's paper. All
announcements for Monday morning's
paper must be in by Friday at 3 p.m.
RENT A PINTO FOR
$4 a day plus mileage
"AN EXCITING AND
Judith Cr.t. NBC-TV
Now thru Tues.
1966 Chevelle MALIBU automatic V8, very
good condition, $900, or best offer. Also:
Shepherd puppies for sale full bred no
papers males $30 females $25. 967-6806.
ATTENTION TRAIL BIKERS: For sale: 1970
Penton 125cc Motocross Bike, $350. 1969
Penton 125cc Motocross Machine, $250. Test
ride! Both in excellent running order.
SABBATICAL? Responsible, mature graduate
school couple without children seeks house to
rent. January to August 1972. Call 942-1883.
WANTED: a 2 bedroom house or apt.
beginning Jan., near campus. Call 933-7378.
Good Supply 10 and 3 Speed ADULT BIKES.
Scott & Coble Cycle & Mower, 721 Chapel Hill
Rd.t at Tucker St., Burlington, N.C, 227-2295.
Need Extra Money? Part time, easy work. At
your time and convenience, no selling.
ROOM FOR RENT to male student. AC,
refrigerator, v? bath, carpeted, good place.
Carrboro, $60 per mo. Call 942-5387.
Fine Quality Camel Hair and Sable BRUSHES
for sale, reasonably, sizes Vi to 1V inch, call
286-7063 (Durham) after 5.
WANTED TO BUY: Windshield and or
Windshield assembfy for 1958 MGA at a
reasonable price. 942-7991 Any leads
Person wanted to run very profitable business.
Earning abilities are unlimited and well above
average. Mail Qualifications to Mr. Warren, P.O.
Box 503, Maiden, Mass., 02148, or call
UP TIGHT? Nothing can match the
exhilaration of being your own airline captain.
Let us introduce you to the joys of flying. $5
intro lesson with licensed instructor in new
Cessna. Carolina Flying Services. Chapel Hill
Airport. 967-6304 or 929-3402.
Authority for the locai boiri to
services of scholars ar.d con:
personnel to develop L-r.ovative prcc
was also requested by the students.
Student leaders from ''r.ston-Si
State University, North Caro:cr.a Cer
University, Fayetteville State Un:vr
and North Carolina AA.T s.gr.ed
The N.C. Youth Organization
Black Unity is composed cf black stu.
governments and b.ack stud;
colleges and universities
200 tickets left
Only 200 free tickets for consumer
spokesman Betty Furness' appearance on
campus had not been distributed by
Mrs. Furness will speak in the Great
Hall of the Student Union at 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday, according to Carolina Forum
Chairman Chris Sawyer.
"Only those people who are really
interested in attending the speech should
pick up tickets, since they are free."
The appearance by the former
consumer affairs administrator for New
York City is the second in a series of
speeches sponsored by the Carolina
The University Placement Service
announced Sunday the following
organizations will recruit on campus
during the week of Oct. 25-29 :
- Monday: Armstrong Cork Co..
Carnegie-Mellon University graduate
school of industrial administration and
the Varsity Co.;
- Tuesday: Cannon Mills Co., Cannon
Mills, Inc., Arthur Anderson and Co. and
Procter and Gamble Distributing Co.:
- Wednesday: Arthur Anderson.
Procter and Gamble, American Hospital
Supply Corp. and Tennessee Valley
- Thursday: Kroger Co., General
Telephone Company of the Southeast,
Celanese Corp. and Sears, Roebuck and
- Friday: Sears and Washington and
Lee University School of Law.
You won't find any of these
words in most dictionaries
because these are the unique
ways the NIGERIANS in the
PIEDMONT would express
to the Director and the Entire
Staff of the Carolina Union,
Our Guests and all those who
helped to make the
NIGERIAN FESTIVAL of
October 1, 1971, a success.
This Week in the Feature Case
Lives of women who liyed long
before Vonen's Lib., but who
managed to unshackle a shackle
without too much whoop-te-do,
Ve think you'll find them
lively reading, and not too
Plus Low-Priced Prints in the
T7 Old. foofe. CovnCv
137 A East Rosemary Street
Opposite Town Parking Area
for Yack pictures
by Jessica Hanchar
the 12 Yackety Yack may be made
Monday thro ugh Oct. 31. :n the Yack
Office. Suite D. Student Union.
Pictures will be made Nov. 1-23.
Students may also buy subscriptions
costing Sb for this year's Yack at the
same time they make their appointments.
"There is no inconvenience to the
student either for the appointment or
picture." said Dave Collins. Yack editor.
"There are no dress requirements, and
both making the appointment and getting
the picture made take about five minutes
taken wuU bs
This year's Yack is being sold on a
subscription basis for the first time.
"We already have enough money to
put out a vearbook." said Collins. "But
we need quite a few more subscriptions
to put out the type yearbook e want."
Collins noted some students may
forget to buy subscriptions or put off
getting one. "They will be disappointed
when they don't have 3 yearbook," he
said. "There will be no extras on sale next
A "sounding board" was formed this
fall to advise the Yack editor on the
direction students think the Yack should
take. "It is a liaison of ideas between the
editor and the student body." he said.
The committee is composed of
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Italian 27 Joins
currency 28 Abound
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representatives from the Reside-.. -Col!ge
Federation. Inter-Fratem: .
Counr.l. Panhe'demc Council and cthf
"This board w
communications network." Collins saij
This way the Yack ul no longer put .
. -v -vass on bems solelv crea;.-. :
Preliminary hearings for 1" out re
charged with five Chapel H;.
fire bom bir.es last March and April ar:
scheduled "Monday m Pitnct Court i
Hiilshorough. The court session begins at :30 a r
The firebombings began on March 2 5
at the Institute of Pharmacy and the high
school administrative offices after th:r:
white Storm Trooper motorcycle garc
members were acquitted m the slamg
a black Chapel Hill youth.
The Storm Troopers had been charge.:
with murd-r m the stabbing death i '
JamiN Le. is Cates last November on th:
I NC campus.
Three weeks after the firs',
firebombings. on April 13. a firebom--was
hurled into Johnson-Strowd-Ward
furniture store on West Franklin Street
another into an art classroom at Chape.
Hill H:gh School and one into the
Harmony Natural Foods Store on LhJ.
Street in Carrboro.
man and a hustling lady.
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