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Monday, November 22, 1971
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wink votter rally
by Sue English
The voter registration rally held
Thursday was termed a "great succeu"
by organizer Becky Hannah with a total
of more than 250 people regirtering
during the' day.
Sponsored by Student Government,
Campaign for Young Voters, N.C.
Veterans for Peace and Carolina Union
Current Affairs Committee, the rally was
held from 4 to 8 cm. in the Chapel Hill
Galif i anakis
Fourth District Congressman Nick
Galifianakis has slated a series of airport
news conferences across the state today in
what many expect to be the opening of his
campaign for the U.S. Senate 'seat now
held by B. Everett Jordan.
Galifianakis will begin the day with
press conferences in Greenville and
Kinston. After the news conference at.
Kinston, he will board a chartered
Piedmont Airlines plane for the day-long
hop across the state.
From Kinston, Galifianakis will fly to
Wilmington and then to the
Raleigh-Durham Airport for a 10:30 a.m.
The itinerary for the Galifianakis party
then includes stops in Winston-Salem,
Charlotte and Asheville before the group
returns to Raleigh-Durham at the end of
, Galifianakis has been considered a
leading candidate to oppose Jordan in the
May 2 Democratic primary since the
Congressional districts were reapportioned
by the N.C. General Assembly last
In the new plan of Congressional
districts, one of Galifianakis' main bases of
support, Orange County and Chapel Hill,
were taken out of the Fourth District and
placed in the largely rural Second District.
Galifianakis has spent the last several
months touring the state to determine
what support he has and what his chances
are against the incumbent Democratic
The UNC Readers Theatre will
present "A. Perfect Day for Bananafbh"'
at 8 p.m. today in the Carolina Union
"A Perfect Day for Banana fish,"
adapted from J.D. Salinger's short story,
deals with the return of a young soldier
from World War II and his psychological
prpbings while on a Florida vacation with
'Daniel Irvine plays the part of
Seymour, the sensitive young soldier.
Diane Dees plays the part of Seymour's
wife. Others taking part in the
performance are Beverly Barker, Betsy
Lord and Pat Jarrard. Paula Gupton and
lruis Harrington are the directors.
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Municipal Building Parking lot.
Registration was open from 9 a.m. to
9 pn., with the majority of people
registering from 4 to 9 p.m.
Two rock bands played during the
rally. "Ritten House Square" and
"Jerboa," coordinated by Vietnam
Veteran Chris MilleT, were in concert
from 4 to 8 p.m.
The N.C. Veterans for Peace were on
hand soliciting signatures for their
amnesty petition, which asks for universal
amnesty for draft resisters.
People from Ayden attended the rally
in order to collect donations for food,,
clothing and bail for those who lost their
jobs in the town after participating in
recent demonstrations there.
Registration lines were especially long
from 7:30 to 9 p.m., according to Miss
Hannah. Four registrars were on hand
during this time.
"The drive could not have been as
successful as it was if we had not had the
help of the registrars and members of the
election board," said Miss Hannah.
"The drive was successful in that it
involved and interested people from all
over the county as well as University
students," she said.
Th graduate students in Romance Languages
will mt at 4 p.m. today In the faculty lounge.
The Southern Soul Committee of the Carolina
Symposium has changed this week's meeting to
tonight at 6:30 p.m. In Suite A of the Union.
All men and women Interested in what
women are doing today, come to the AWS
meeting tonight at 6:45 p.m. in the Union.
Baha'ls meet every Monday at 8 p.m. in the
Union and every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at 213
Purefoy Rd. Everyone is invited to attend.
All women Interested in obtaining
Information concerning contraceptives, problem
pregnancies or other health services, call
Switchboard, 929-7177. A woman volunteer
counselor will return your call in a few minutes
with the Information you request.
Students who were Initiated Into Phi Eta
Sigma freshman honorary society last spring may
pick up their membership certificates in 303D
Do you pray with understanding? There will
b a Christian Science lecture tonight at 7:30
p.m. upstairs In the Union. All are welcome.
Applications for the next Law School
Aptitude Test, which must reach Princeton
before Nov. 26 for the Dec. 18 testing, can be
picked up In Room 018 Peabody Hall.
The Nursing Research Colloquium will be
held today at 1 p.m. In Room 104 Carrington
Hall. Mrs. Faye Pickard will speak on
"Perceptions of Nursing Practice at NCMH: A
Biased Sample of Opinion." Bring lunch at 12:30
coffee will be served.
The Water Resources Seminar will be held
today at 1 p.m. In Room 101, School of Public
Health. Dr. A.C. Davis will speak on "Public
Participation In Water Pollution Control Policy
and Decision Making."
The UNC Thrombosis Research Center
Seminar will be held today at 4 p.m. In Room
101, Basic Sciences Building. Birger Biomback of
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Human life can be full and useful at
every ttsga from youth to old age if
men turn to God as the unlimited
tourca of their capacities. This is the
thsma of a Christian Science lecture
to bt cjven here on Nov. 22, by Harry
S. Smith, C.S.B.
"Neither Young nor Old" is the title of
the fectura that is being sponsored by
Christian Science Organization. The event
tskts place at 7:30 pjn. in the Carolina
Mr. Smith is n authorized teacher and
pnetfthner of Christian Science in Atlanta.
Ctorfte. He was formerly the regional sales
imntgar then for a national firm but- left' the
position in 1956 to devote full time to the
Christian Selene healing practice. He is currently
on tovr a a member of The Board of Lectureship
of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston,
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The temperatures are getting colder and the leaves of fall are almost gone.
University workmen prepare to haul away some of the last remnants of autumn,
photo by Leslie Todd)
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Sweden will speak on "Correlates of Firblnogen
MoiecularStructure and Function."
The Naval Research Seminar will be held
tonight at 6:30 in the NROTC Building. Weekly
meeting NRRC-6 for former Naval Officers and
The Seminar In Environmental Sciences and
Engineering will be held today at 4 p.m. in Room
228, School of Public Health. L. Lljklena will
speak on "Carbon Dioxide Production as a
Factor in the Simulation of pH in Activated
The Population Center lecture-discussion
series will be held tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the
Wesley Foundation. The topic will be "Research,
Testing and Distribution of New Contraceptive
Methods: What are the implications?"
FOUND: Gold bracelet in Carroll Hall. Pick
up at Union desk.
LOST: Checkbook and philosophy book,
"New Concepts in Philosophical Thought." Call
Ramsey Potts. 929-1515.
LOST: Ever-oak motorcycle helmet In St.
Anthony Hall parking lot behind Carolina Inn.
Call Cruger Gallendet, 933-45 76.
LOST: Black and white beagle pup with tan
collar and flea collar. Vicinity Hillsborough Rd.
and campus. Contact Lou Bonds, DTH,
LOST: Brown tri-fold wallet in Woollen Gym.
Keep money, return ID and license. Call Dennis,
LOST: Silver wire-rims in girls' gym
Thursday. Call Jane Sprague 966-3176 or
LOST: Football lost or taken from 14 Old
East. Please return Immediately.
LOST: Dark blue, Alpha Phi Omega
wind-breaker outside Everett last week. Call Jim
Country Style Steak
Tues. 14BBQ CHICKEN
Roast Leg of Lamb
SOUP AND SALAD WILL BE
SERVED WITH ANY OF THE
$.97 LUNCHEONS FOR ...
Ask Jack Holt or Paul McMillen about this unique bank
ing package designed to help graduating seniors bridge
the financial gap between college and new jobs or pro
fessions. They're at First-Citizens, the Can-Do bank,
118 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill.
LOST: Brown leather purse with initials
"CKF". Keep money but please return
pocketbook and contents. Call Faye Koonce to
return and to collect $ 15 reward. 933-1915.
LOST: Thick spiral notebook with name
Becky Snider, near undergrad library. Urgently
needed. Call 929-5238 or leave at DTH office for
LOST: Ladies' yellow raincoat in Hardee's.
LOST: Pharmacy and chemistry notebooks
(green and gold) Tuesday in Student Stores.
Desperately needed. Call 933-1807.
LOST: Medium brown collie-type dog in the
Oak Avenue area about a week ago. Call John or
Barbara at 967-3637.
Lost any glasses, wallets, watches, notebooks,
etc.? APO has many lost items. Check by Smith
Building basement or call 933-3996.
The Campus Calendar is a service
provided by The Daily Tar Heel Monday
To place an item in the calendar or
lost and found, bring it by the DTH
office in the Student Union. All items
must be in by 3 p.m. to be published in
the following day's edition.
There is no charge for any item for
either the calendar or lost and found.
The Tuesday edition of the DTH will
be the last edition until after
Thanksgiving holidays so all items must
be in by 3 p.m. today to be published
before the holidays.
11:30 - 2:30
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requests for zoning
Humble Oil Company's request for a
permit to build a service station at Glen
Lennox and a special use request by Teer
Enterprises for 24S apartment units near
Booker Creek are among the items
scheduled for public hearing today.
The Board of Aldermen and Planning
Board will hold the public hearing at 7:30
p.rn. in the To-n Hall courtroom.
King Nyle sets
King Nyle, ruler of the Invisible
Universe, will reign at his kingdom's first
annual Debutante Ball at noon Dec. 2 in
Nyle, sometimes known as Nyle Frank,
said the ball will celebrate the first
anniversary of his coronation.
"You could call it a reincarnation." he
King Nyle said he expects 20.000 -30,000
people to attend.
"I've invited the usuals," he said, "Jesse
Helmes, Bob Scott, everyone from Nixon
on down. I've invited the society editors
from the Durham morning Herald and
from other papers."
Nyle said he hopes the ball will have an
"I want to be able to participate in this
one," said King Nyle. "I hope it will be like
He said entertainment will include a
dance contest for the Minuet and Cha-Cha,
music, penny-pitching and a piano recital
by King Nyle.
Nyle said he hopes "businesses and
classes will declare a holiday so everyone
could come to the ball."
Dale asks treasurers
to submit group budgets
by Jessica H anchor
Treasurers of graduate student
departments who have not submitted
their budgets to Student Government
should do so before Thanksgiving,
according to Donnie Dale, student body
"It is important that they submit their
budgets as soon as possible," Dale said
Sunday. "Otherwise, they may not be
able to use their money until next
Of the 5,500 full-time graduate
students, about 1,254 - one-fifth - have
not been represented in their
departmental budgets, he said.
Treasurers should draw up a budget by
categories based on $3.50 per full-time
student in the department. This budget
would be submitted to Dale and reviewed
by Student Legislature's Finance
Finance Committee. If approved, the
budget will become law about a week
after it submitted.
Whether you live in a big city with its
crowded drugstores, or in a small town
where people know each other so well,
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embarrassment can be a problem.
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For free brochure or $3 sampler
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105 No. Columbia, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514
Humble Oil has applied for a special u;
permit for a service station on th?
southeast corner of the intersection cf th;
15-501 By -pass and N.C. 54, opposite the
Glen Lennox Shopping Center.
The Chapel Hill Appearance
Commission last week recommended i
number of restrictions if the station :s
approved. The stipulations would bring th
station in conformity with brdmance r.c
pending before the board on se TV
stations. Teer Enterprises Ltd., has requested &
special use permit for an apartmer.:
complex consisting of 32 building t:
contain 24S apartment units, en a
19.5-acre tract located along the north v.ie
of 15-501 between Booker Creek ar.'
Mount Moriah Church Road.
The developers originally planned a-.
SOO-unit apartment development, to
called Middletown Village. However,- her.
the Planning Board was dissatisfied w:;h
the proposed designs, the developer
agreed to re-design the project.
Following the public hearing, the
of Aldermen will face a light agenda.
Alderman Alice Welsh has asked for i.
discussion of the condition of the see:
right-of-way along Morgan Creek.
Bids have been advertised t :
remodeling the Town Hall courtroom ani
will be received Tuesday, according to
Town Manager Bob Peck. He has suggested
the board call a special meeting to recene
the bids and award the contract.
Remodeling to the courtroom is one c
the major capital expenditures in th:
year's budget. The renovation will provide
facilities for an additional day of distrut
court here each week and quarters for the
alderman's weekly sessions.
The board now meets in the meeting
room of the Municipal Building except for
scheduled public hearings.
"Only a couple of budgets have been
rejected by finance committee," Dale
said. "These had appropriations that
didn't conform to Student Government
laws, such as appropriations to outside
He said Finance Committee "probably
won't meet more than twice before
Christmas vacation," meaning budgets
may not be approved until next semester.
Dale reminded graduate departments
whose budgets have been approved that
their money is available for expenditures.
Twenty-six graduate departments have
submitted budgets which have been
Those that have not are anthropology,
art, chemistry, comparative literature,
dramatic arts, geography, linguistics,
RTVMP, Slavic languages, statistics,
journalism, the School of Dentistry and
several smaller departments under the
School of Medicine.
Treasurers of these departments may
contact Dale in Suite C, Student Union,
for further information. CORRECTIONS
of the mail.