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2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday,, January 26. 1977
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the 'DTK offices in the .
Union by 3:30 p.m. if they are to run the next day. Each item will run at least twice.
Ten ley Ayers
The UNCCC Short Course on "Details of
JOB and EXEC Statements" will be held at 3 p.m.
Wednesday. Jan. 26, in 228 Phillips Hall. At 3
p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, there will be a course on
"Introduction to TSO" in 228 Phillips Hall.
The Lutheran Campus Ministry will have a
fellowship supper at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26, at
the Luthern Campus Center. Holy communion
will be celebrated before the meal at 5:15 p.m. in
Holy Trinity Church beside the center.
For those who attended the Governor's
School of N.C. and are interested in helping the
program to continue, there will be a meeting at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26, in Room 215 of the
Carolina Union. Call 967-6038 for more
Introductory lecture on the Transcendental
Meditation Program at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
and Thursday, Jan. 26 and 27, in Room 204 of the
Carolina Union. v
There will be an important meeting of the UNC
Sports Club Council at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 26, in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge in
the Carolina Union. Agendas for all clubs are in 0 1
There will be an important meeting of the
Association of International Students at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 26, at the International Center,
Bynum Hall. All American and international
students interested please come. For more
information, call 933-5661.
The Chapel HMI-Durham Make Today
Count chapter, a mutual support group for any
people living with cancer (patient or concerned
family-member) will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 26, at Ephesus Church Rd.
Phone 929-6897 for additional information.
Anyone interested in tutoring elementary and
jr. high students in the Chapel Hill schools is
invited to attend the YM-YWCA Tutorial
Program orientation meeting, to be held from 6
p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26, in 08 Peabody
The Honorable Fujio Matsumuro, Minister
of Japan of the Japanese Embassy in
Washington, D.C. will speak on "Economic
Partnerships for the Future: Japan, North
Carolina, and the U.S.," at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 26, in Rooms 202 and 204 of the Carolina
Union. A discussion will follow. The talk is held as
part of the campus Japan-U.S. week.
The Black Ink sports staff will meet at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 26, in Room 533 James. Please
be on time.
The Outing Club will meet at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 26, in Room 217 of the Carolina
Union. Anyone interested in camping is urged to
Student Affairs and the Orientation
Commission need writers and artists to work on
the 1977 Freshman Handbook. There will be a
meeting for all interested persons at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 26, in Room 205 of the Carolina
YOGA offers yoga class from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 26, in Room 213 of the Carolina
Union. Everyone is welcome.
You are cordially invited to attend a lecture on
Chemical Ecology: "Organic Chemical
Interactions between Organisms in Nature" at 1 1
a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26, in 308 Venable Hall.
Sponsored by the Chemistry Department
Important meeting of all Order of the Old Well
members at 7:30 p.m.' Thursday, Jan. 27, in the
South Gallery Meeting lounge of the Carolina
WOMEN'S RUGBY? All women interested in
forming a rugby club should attend the meeting
at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, in Room 202 of the
Rugby: There will be an organizational meeting
of the UNC Rugby Club at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan.
27, in Room 202 of the Carolina Union. All those
interested in playing during the spring should
attend. Elections will be held and a movie shown.
The film, "The Magnificent Seven," the
American counterpart of "The Seven Samurai,"
will be shown at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, in 100
Hamilton Hall. The film is a part of the campus
The North Carolina Coastal Club will meet at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, in the South Lounge
of the Carolina Union. Spring semester plans will
be discussed. All interested people are invited to
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will
meet at 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, in Ehringhaus
Green Room. Anyone who can't come, remember
to meet at 9:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 30, in the
Ramshead parking lot to go ice skating.
Discourse 77: "Safaris in East Africa," a slide
presentation by Julian Watney at 3:30 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 27, in the International Center of
Carolyceum's Social Dance Class meets
from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, in 201
Bingham Hall. All are welcome free, of course.
Anyone interested in sharing his or her social
dance skills are welcome.
The Union Darkroom Co-op will be having a
meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, in Room 217
of the Carolina .Union. Fees for the use of
chemicals will be $3. If you are interested, but
cannot attend, call Robert Hughes at 942-7596.
The Campus Governing Council officers '
should pick up copies of a report on the Student
Legal Services at the executive secretary's desk in
Suite C of the Carolina Union. Also, there is a
CGC meeting at 9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 in
Room 219 of the Carolina Union. Attendance is
All members of the Dialectic and
Philanthropic Literary Societies are
encouraged to attend the Gerald Unks lecture and
following reception at 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, in
the Dialectic Chambers, 300 New West, Even the
legal beagles should try to be there.
THE BIG FOUR COLLEGE
ICE HOCKEY TOURNAMENT
DUKE o STATE o UNC o WAKE
FINALS TO BE HELD THIS FRIDAY, JAN 28
IN THE GREENSBORO COLISEUM
CONSOLATION GAME AT 7:00 pjn.
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME AT 9:00 p.m.
Student tickets $2.00 Available at the Union Desk
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from 9:00 a.m.-5:00p.m. at the Placement Office to meet interested
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This offer good Monday thru Thursday only
Between the Hours of 5 and 10 p.m.
on Franklin St. next to the
Post Office. Offer expires Feb. 4, 1977
There will be a meeting of the UNC Ski Club at
7 p.m. Thursday ti Jan. 27, in the Pinegate
Apartments clubhouse. Plans for a weekend trip
to Beech Mountain will be discussed. Everyone is
The Convention Committee of the UNC
Young Republicans will meet at 7 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 27, in the Frank Porter Graham
Lounge. Anyone interested in helping with the
spring College Republican Convention should
attend this meeting or contact Martha Broadfoot
The Hunger Action Committee of the YM
YWCA will have a pot luck vegetarian meal at
6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, in Room 207 of the
Carolina Union. Everyone is welcome. Call 942
7202 for more information.
Items of Interest
Graduate Record Examination (GRE): Feb.
6 :aptitude test only. Applications need to be
postmarked by Jan. 26, for $10.50, additional late
fee of $4 until Feb. 2 (postmarked). Applications
in 101 Nash HalL Information about graduate
schools in the Peterson's Annual Guide to
Graduate Study in the Educational
Occupational Information Library, 106 Nash
The National Teachers Exam (NTE) is Feb.
19. Applications need to be received in Princeton,
N.J. by Jan. 27. Common examination costs $1 1;
area examination costs $11. Late registration until
Feb. 3 (received in Princeton) $5 extra.
Applications in 101 Nash Hall.
Orange County Tax Listing ends Monday.
List at Carrboro Town Hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon
Saturday, or write to: County Tax Office, W.
Margaret Lane, Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 for a
Do you enjoy typing? The Contact 77
Orientation Commission needs a volunteer
secretarial assistant to handle typing and filing.
Call 933-2375 or come by from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. to
the Orientation office, Suite D of the Carolina
Union on Monday, Wednesday or Friday.
Sign-up for Sorority Spring Informal Rush is
going on now. Sign-up at the Panhellenic Office
on the second floor of the Carolina Union.
CONCERNED? Contact the Human
Sexuality Information and Counseling
Service for questions about interpersonal
relationships, contraception, pregnancy,
homosexuality, venereal disease and other
personal matters. Professional referrals, group
speakers. Suite B, Carolina Union. Telephone:
933-5505. 24 hour service.
Students who did not have their portraits last
semester for the 1977 Yackety Yack, will get a
chance to do so during the first two weeks in
February. Appointments will be made from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. this week near the Union desk.
Carter to make final decision
Brown considering B-1 cuts
. WASHINGTON (UPI) Defense
Secretary Harold Brown said Tuesday
he is considering cuts in the Bl bomber
program and other weapons purchases,
but President Carter will decide in a
defense budget review to be completed
next month. Brown, testifying at a
Senate Armed Services Committee
hearing, said he is discussing with
military service chiefs a number of
possible changes in the budget former
President Gerald Ford submitted before
he left office.
Under questioning, Brown said one
option he got from Carter's Defense
Department transition staff was to cut
produciton of the controversial Bl
bomber from eight to five planes in
fiscal year 1978. -
Ford proposed spending $2. 15 billion
for the eight planes, The Air Force has
proposed spending $23 billion for 244
planes by the mid-1980s.
"There have been no decisions made
yet on these things," Brown said. "Many
of them are being considered and
conclusions will be reached in the next
couple of weeks."
But he said Carter himself would
make the final decisions, and he
doubted the President's version of the
defense budget would be ready for
presentation "until the latter part of
Brown drew fire both from both
opponents and supporters of the Bl
When he said Congress had originally
set too early a deadline-Feb. 1-for a
presidential decision on whether the Bl
program should go into its full
produciton phase, Sen. John Culver, D
Iowa, retorted: "Carter made a public
pledge in July he was opposed to the
Sen. John Tower, R-Tex.,
complained that, while delays in
weapons programs could save $2 billion
and $3 billion next year, they would
have to be made up later at greater cost.
The hearing was intended as a start to
considering legislation authorizing the
PEKING GARDEN RESTAURANT
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Enjoy Chinese Food in Privacy and at Ancient Oriental Tempo
Over 100 dishes
Gourmet food from all
four corners of China
Private party rooms
Dine amid the art of
1404 East Franklin St.
Just before Estes Dr.
(Bus routes F & G)
Open 7 days a week
Lunch 11 am to 2 pm
Dinner 5 pm to 10 pm
We are open during all
through Friday from
11 to 2
Campus Concerns Committee
Invites all Faculty and students to
An Informal Coffee Klatch
Every Wednesday and Thursday
in the Redecorated Pine Room
Coffee and Pastry will be sold.
Deadline: 14 Feb 77
15 Science Majors needed
ELIGIBILITY: Any student
who has overall "C" average
and has completed Math 31
and 32 with a "C" average.
-$100 a month
-Full Scholarship, if selected
-Approximately $12,000 star
Contact: Capt. Glen Ander
son, Lenoir Hall South - 933-
Long sleeve jerseys
has a full line of
Pile lined jackets
Warm up suits
Long sleeve "T" shirts
Special! Mittens - Reg. $2.30
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MoMonc nnrrhases and troop strength
levelTproposed in the military budget.
Ford's version of that budget totals
$123.1 billion in required spending.
Brown conceded that reducing Bl
production would raise the cost of each
He said other proposals under
consideration were a slowdown in
purchases of the Air Force's F15 fighter
and reducing purchases of $100 million
AWACs flying control centers for
tactical air combat.
He said he believed continued
increases were needed for developement
and purchases of weapons, but that
some savings could be achieved by
reducing civilian manpower at the
He also said unspent money from the
Ford years may be an indication of poor
"I'm going to have a look at that and
see if tbeje. has been seme
inefficiency and waste," Brown said.
"My judgment is there may have been,
looking at these unobligated balances."
PRESTWICK MUSIC announce, new hour: Monday
through Friday 10:00-5:00. Used rock. Jazz, blues albums,
45's-seH, buy, trade. 105 N. Columbia St. (above Big Wally's).
70' x 12' 1973 Valiant mobile home for sale. Three bedroom.,
two full baths. Located 4Va miles from campus. Excellent
condition. Contact Rex Funderburk 919-872-1255.
Dated, hand-tinted flower prints. Circa 1790-1 81 5. $230 each
at The Old Book Comer. Get one for your sweetheart Avoid
the rush on Valentine's Day.
SMIs, boots, bindings, size 9. Good deal for beginner $75.
Men's figure skates, size 9. Woman's 10-speed Gltane like
new. Durham 489-0660.
ACADEMIC RESEARCH PAPERS. Thousands on file. Send
$1.00 for your 192-page, mail order catalog. 11322 Idaho
. Ave., 206H, Los Angeles, Calif. 90025 (213) 477-8474.
Ehringhaus room contract for sale. Cheap! Call 929-5781.
Ask for Susan.
Deep Jonah coflee house is looking for a volunteer student
manager. Get some good experience in small production
work. Call Joe 933-9739.
WANTED: PERSON to care for infant at our house between
Chapel Hill and Durham. Half-time now, full-time later. Musti
have experience, transportation and references. Call Mr.
Bits borrow, 966-1141, Chapel Hill, between 10 am and 1 pm.
PROFESSIONAL EDITOR, available for article and
manuscript writing and editing; grant proposal and book
preparation. Journalism training and English MA. Call 967
9415. OVERSEAS JOBS - summeryear-round. Europe, S.
America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields, $500-$ 1200 monthly.
Expenses paid, sightseeing. Free information. Write: Inter
- national Job Center, .Dept. ML, Box, 4490, Bjrfcelpy, CA
94704. - "3
Wanted: Young virgin, preferably female, needed to assist
with the capture of a Unicom, last seen in the woods behind
Craige. Applicant must be morally upright, possess sound
body, have passion for Horatio Alger. Call 933-7087. Ask for
Silenus. Keep trying.
Lost: Jiminy, a dachshundbeagle mix, black with tan
markings. Last seen at Kingswood. Reward. Call Anne
Fishbume at 929-9876.
Brass flute wanted in good condition (interested in wooden
too.) Call Richard at 942-6665 after 9 o'clock.
J.S. doing fine without you baby; 4-7-8.
Lost: pair of eyeglasses in R W's bar last Friday night. 933
7054. Awareness Sessions. Awakening body, heart, mind. Small
groups begin next week. Come grow with us. LEAF DIA
MANT, Master's degree in counseling, 738 Clark Road, CH
Seniors: Special discounts for senior to spend spring break
aboard the FLA VIA 5 days-4 nights. March 7-11, 1977. $185.
$50 deposit, deadline Jan. 31. Contact Hill Carrow 968-9086
or Circle Tours 549-8134 for further details.
Anyone going to andor from Durham (early) Monday after
noons who Is willing to drive a desperate student to Duke
Univ. (sharing expenses), please call Peggy Chandler 933
1683. SPRING BREAK FLAVIA CRUISE. Spend Spring Breakt
aboard the fun ship Flavia March 7 to 11, 1977. For further in
formation call your Campus Rep or Circle Tours, University
Square, Chapel Hill 942-4196.
INSTA-COPY, offset printing A quick copying while you wait..
100 per cent satisfaction guaranteed. Check our fast service
and low price on theses work. INSTA-COPY, corner of
Franklin & Columbia (over the Zoom), 929-2147.
Cash for your unwanted rock, jazz albums and 45's. Also,
sell, trade. PRESTWICK MUSIC. 105 N. Columbia St.
(above Big Wally's). 929-7205.
Cost Only $1.50
And they reach
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