North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
4 The Daily Tar Hae! Friday. April 18. 1980
EAST FRANKLIN STREET Kfrjg 5.15 0:15
true story. A courageous story.
A love story that will touch you forever.
A story of a girl, touched by someone with
a special kind of caring, someone who
opened up a beautiful new world for her.
It is a story with laughter. It is a story with
tears. It's a story that brings out the best
in all of us. No one could ever
write it. But one girl
lived it -
; , e &! .
"Touched by Love"
COLUMBIA PICTURES and RASTAR Present
DEBORAH RAFFIN DIANE LANE u TOUCHED BY LOVE"
MICHAEL LEARNED Music by JOHN BARRY Executive Producer PETER E. STRAUSS
Based on the Book TO ELVIS WITH LOVE" by LENA CANADA Screenplay by HESPER ANDERSON
COMING "WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAM"
PGj mm mm imswt,
SMN UUSUI. U Ml uiiuu m imtau
THE GmOLin A CLASSICS SERIES
MATINEES THROUGH THURSDAY AT 3:00 and 5:00
vine di ivuir "rnnc Aim onDornc"
i''t'J:. uitu nr. I fnDC
nun rLnu j:
rXjf -' -i? James
' Y-y-' ll "sm "WBSW JOSWSBSt' f ..-A-
s. 'ssr -p wW f mvar -wotw I
y- . --l,n"-"-J-J,-g---"m,,-I'Tr"mj----- -
Zr1 NATALIE WOOD .
NEXT WEEK: MARILYN MCNR0E IN "PRINCE AND THE SHOWGIRL"
Mor than a movie!
An explosive cinema concert!
rr If V i-'
LATE SHOW FRIDAY &
SATURDAY AT 11:30 Pf.l
A UNIVERSAL RE-RELEASE
LATE SHOW FRIDAY
SATURDAY AT 11:45 PM
EAST "ANKN STREETjJ GHTLY
, ft i i ,r IS
i cA' Mil '! 1 1
! J0DIEF0STER in FOXES
! I starringSCOTT BAI0 SALLY KELLERMAN RANDY QUAID
1 fijTSlS? CSr.(3 KUT: MAKCELL0 MASTROUNNI
j 1) ..?pm . AM NATASSIA K1X3KI IN "STAY AS YOU ARE" !
Uti!!l'!Ll'r'r" LiL ""''' 1 " 1111 '"' 'WMtlilli iwmmni'f wmm .umiWhiiiiimmiiiiujth iimi i mil, n -..nMr.,i,i. iittmr
Name -brand frames
create much demand
By DKBORAH BAKER
Remember when people hated to wear
eyeglasses and were called "four eyes" by
those lucky enough to have 20-20 vision?
Designer frames have been
instrumental in making the days of ugly
glasses disappear and in making frames a
fashion accessory. Christian Dior, one of
the many designers now marketing
frames, started designing them 13 years
.ago when he wanted to capitalize on the
trend toward designer accessaries,
'according toTim Goeler who markets the
Dior line for Optyl Inc. Although Dior
himself does not design the frames now
(they are designed by a product design
group in Europe), Goeler said the frames
have to fit the prestigious image in line
with the Dior image nationwide.
Some people in Chapel Hill are so
impressed with the prestige associated
with designer frames, they are putting
non-prescription lenses into them and
treating glasses as accessories, according
to Fred Conner, an optician at Optical
Illusions in University Mall.
Pat Register, an optician at University
Opticians in University Square, said the
main contribution of designer frames has
been to make glasses prettier. Companies
who were not making attractive glasses
were faced with competition from the
designer companies and had to start
making their glasses more appealing.
"Before, glasses were purely
utilitarian," Register said. The frames
were brown and black and then later,
blue. They'd come out with a new frame
style about every two years. Now
everyone is making prettier glasses and
new styles come out about every two
Register said that having styles change
so often is the only disadvantage to
"Styles are often discontinued and if
you break something, we have to try to
find new , frames to fit your lenses,"
Register said most people do not buy
glasses solely because of the designer
frames, but that they buy what looks best
"There are not a lot of people who
come in and ask for Dior or Polo,"
Register said. "We try to sell what is
prettiest for the person's face and
complexion. You should not search for
glasses with a name in mind but should
search for what is best for you."
Glasses can complement a person's
looks and can be a cosmetic advantage.
"Frames are matched with your facial
shape and complexion and lenses can be
tinted to match your complexion,"
Register said. "It's like painting a picture.
You try to make the person as pretty as
Register said fashion frames, preppy
frames (like those designed by Ralph
Lauren) and rimless frames would be
popular in 1980. Bright colored frames
iNCNB PLA. ROSEMARY
still turning you
E I I I X I I I X I I 1 I X X I X XIX X X IITIIIII1I11I1111U
vi::. V-:. x
NCNB PLA. ROSEMARY
MARTIN SCORSESF F,l
11 I Coming:
The Perfect Pre-Exam Film
NEXT WEEK by popular Inquiry, we will present the MD liic'c
1st area performance of a film so controversial It was '" "l!b
banned by NBC. Written by Sat. Nite Live's Michael MONDO VIDEO
NCNB PLA. ROSEMARY
Like you've never seen them before
starring in alphabetical order:
NADIA C0MANECI EMILY LITELLA -'LISA L00PNER
JUDY MILLER R0SEANNE ROSEANNADANNA
CANDY SLICE RHONDA WEISS
"'"GILDA RADNER- FATHER GUIDO SARDUCCI
ANNt BtAnS. LORNl MICHAELS. MARILYN SUZANNE MILLER. OON NOVELLO.
MICHAEL O DONOGHUE GILDA RADNER. PAUL SHAfrtR. ROSIE SHUSTER. ALAN ZMlBtL
produced by lorn E MICHAELS D,RCTtDBYMIKE NICHOLS
OKJHAI MOAO AY mOOUCnOM rtlMNTID IY C)M tXlUNl. rOOOCtOAMOOCnOiYLOM MCMUi
J&kl y t.. un f IOM VWMNtR BIOS
Mon.-Frl. . 7:30 9:30
.;. ::, v ""7. -r"'
Brand-name eyeglasses on sale In Chapel Hill
...part of trend toward designer frames
. .. . i
that match or complement clothing will
also be popular.
According to Conner, designer frames
usually are more expensive than other
"The designer name adds $3 to $9 to the
frame," he said. "There are other frames
more expensive than designer ones like
frames -with a high gold content and
German and French-made frames. As a
general rule, the price is indicative of the
quality. Designer frames are of average or
The average cost for designer frames is
$50, while frames that do not carry a
designer name cost around S42.
While some people do own more than
one style of glasses, Conner said 70
percent of his customers have only one
style. Register said he thinks the tight
economy forces people who buy glasses
to buy a practical sty le in a neutral color
they can wear with everything.
Though designer frames hae made
wearing glasses more popular. Conner
said he does not think most people see
them as status symbols.
"In some instances they are seen as
status symbols, but a lot of people object
to wearing an insignia on their glasses."
he said. "They don't like to advertise for
someone else. This has caused some
designers to make their insignia less
noticeable. For example, on Ralph
Lauren's new Polo glasses, he is putting a
horseshoe instead of 'Polo.'"
Optyl Inc. of Norwood, N. J., had
marketed Christian Dior frames for seen
years. Goeler sees a problem with some
people not wanting to advertise with
insignias but said he does not think this
will affect the Dior line.
Public service announcements must be turned in at the box outsidethe D TH off.ces in the Caroi.na Union
by 1 p m. if they are to run the next day. Each item will be run at least twice
The Brother of the I'niled C hriMinn Fellowship will meet
for Bible study and prayer at 5:30 p.m. in the fifth floor
Morrison Residence College presents The John Santa
Band, a folk rock band. 9 p.m. -midnight on Mormon lawn.
BYOB. all campus invited.
The Panhellenk Council is having sign-up for fall rusit.
Anyone interested is invited to drop by the Union from II
Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity presents a "Midnight IX'light"
disco in the New Tin Can immediately following the Chanel
Thrill concert Friday. The disco begins at 10 p.m. All women
admitted free until midnight.
Hillel is having a Shabbat dinner at 5:45 p.m. at the Hillel
House in Chapel Hill. Whether it he the traditional Friday
night chicken, or the non-traditional vegetarian meal, the food
is always delicious. The cost of the meal is $2 for non-alliliates
and $1.50 for affiliates. Services follow dinner at 7 p.m. For
reservations and information, call 942-4057.
The Associalion of African Students Resident in Chapel
Hill invites everybody to a forum on Africa Today at 7 p m. in
207-209 Union. Come and learn about political developments
in Nigeria and the Sudan. Coffee will be served
There will be a special workshop for men from 5-6 p.m. at
31 1 N. Columbia St. (The Women's Center) as a part ol the
Take Back the Night C onference.
Want to find out how happy your happy hour was ' Campus
Alcohol Education Services will sponsor a breaihalwcr from
10 p.m. -I a.m. on F ranklin Street aenvfs from the post oil ice
The breathaler is open to the public and free l use.
The Fifth Annual tarly I-duration Workshop, sponsored
by the Durham Day Care Council, in cooperation with
Durham Technical Institute, will he held tonight and all day
Saturday. Alice Honig. professor of child and family studies at
Syracuse University will present the keynote address on ""Who
We Are in the Lives of Our Children: A Positive Fnrcc"at 7 30
p.m. at Rogers Hcrr Junior High School onC ornwallis Road
Workshops will be held Saturday from 9 a m -4 40 p m. at
Durham Technical Institute. Ih37 l.awson Si lotal
registration fee (including lunch) is SK Call the Durham Day
Care Council at 6KK-H66I for additional inlorm.ition
The spring concert of the Chapel Hill Ballet Co. will be
performed at 8 p.m. tonight and at 3 p m. S.ituid.iy at the
Cultural Arts Center of Chapel Hill High School I he price ol
the tickets is $2 for adults and SI for children For further
information call 967-5036 or 26-7657.
The final rounds of the Business Vhoo4 Backgammon and
Mastermind tournaments sponsored by ABS will be plavedat
3:30 p.m. in 205 New Carroll Spectators aie cmourjd to
attend and view the experts at their best Kcticshmcnts will be
CCK will hold worship services Sund.iy at II im in the
All people interested in working at the Special Olympics
carnival should meet at the Union at 7p m Smidav Check the
desk for the room.
Hillel. I'JA and ZAC are sponsonng a special Israel
Independence Day Program and Celebration Monday
beginning at 6 p m. The program will begin wuh a I al.ifel
dinner. Following dinner. Professor Joel Schwari liom the
political science department will sprak on "Israel's Status
Today and Tomorrow" I he real cekbiahon lollows the
k-cture with Israeli dancing The event takes place in the
Union. Room 207-209 Cost for dinner is Jl lot alhUales and
$1 50 for jion-afhlulcs Call Hillel for mote uilorm.tiion ai
The I NC Cycling C lub is sponsoring a loo kilometer
bicycling tour Sunday at 9 a m. starting at ( an Mill Mall
There will be a 12 fee to cover m.ips arid rrlicstuncnls
Y MC A Big Buddies Fnd of the year picnic at 4 VI p m
Monday at Umstead Park.
The Carolina Libertarian Stieiriy for Individual I ilwru and
Fxonomie Freedom will meet at 7 p m Vtondav in 2t I mun
Fvcryone is welcome
' rhere wifl he a-Senior Kreital ai 4 p m Sunday in the niusn.
bOildmg" atidttotium Teamen, ( t yntbia Best. " soprano.
Margaret Johnstone, piano, and Allyn Mi I can. bass
The Mental Health Association's f.olf (lassie will he
Saturday and Sunday at the Duke University doll Course
Community Foods Inc.. Chapel Hill's onlv store lioin Io.kJ
cooperative, will hold a meeting at 7 p m Sondav lot anvone
interested in learning more about joining the coop
Quest ions ' ( all 967-3.306.
The I N( - II Concert Band will present a fire puhiH.
concert Sunday at 3 p m near the Old cl! Musi tnKxriaid
Rodgets. leon.ud Bernstein. I iibic Hl.ikr and liking hrilm
will be among the sclcclions priformrd I istcmis mav hriiii
lawn chairs or blankets, or may sit on the grass
The I'M Ja Band. conducted bv John k u h will present
a free public concert Sunday il 4 fun in the Mill Hall
audit on um
THE Daily Crossword
by J. & P. Barrick
dotes Dull sound
Yesterday's Puzzle Solved:
lAi. A J-L-UL JL iiU A LJLN Tj
HlAIWiT ijljA N I s I A IN rTPP
U1.0.SV r IL U 1. ' IN jfj 4
lPjH.0. NT0 j AL A Tjf m 0 Aj
lLIJI jJjGl . L StBOi I i 5J
iA p ITJTTT a e jJGplC $ i
? t 1 a Ir jo g JtjT a nsr
XZZXl 1 A. D X<lL
M,A UN A jjO I A IV Q I CIA INI';
T ft TD "TT EtO ! 'l At" 1. .Li
'n a i yT rnf L-J 3 jflT
50 Name shared 25 Pillbox,
by 13 popes for one
51 Helen's 26 Ritual
53 Escape 28 In the al
55 Torrid zone 29 Lexicog-
57 Fruit rapher's
58 Hebrew relative
prophet 30 Dispossess
59 Moist 31 Play the
60 Method ponies
DOWN 34 Spiritual
1 Racetracks self
2 Puccini 35 Contend
heroine 36 Massive
and others stone
3 One of 37 Pudgy
these days 39 Elevator
4 Outburst of cage
laughter 40 Lively
5 Stiff trial dance
6 Ocean 42 Noted Ital
7 Secondhand tan f.jmily
goods 43 Chw
outlet 44 Sit in on
8 Maria , clasei
9 Indeed 46 Recess
10 Dress in 47 Shiilong m
11 Previous! 43 Dunk to
12 Molding 4'J Damage
13 Directed 52 Sacred bull
17 After tip of Egpt
or lap 53 Hem and
21 With a leg 54 Our: Ft
on each 56 Legal
i p n n n k ' z i n 11 i s
To "" TT a
t j cj . I """""" u "
tm tm iaSSSStrr)H IMMMH im -Hmrt aaMMB paillllllllllllllllMl 1 1 1 i mrMMMI imirrrrrrrrrrrrrMll MHlK -VISSSSSSssssW
il a ' t"W tj ; i
" """ " u "
-9"" MMMV II IUHII I - W 1 WMMw MMM MMNm4 'MM MMMm . .MMM -WM
J'J J'J ii
4t " " IT" 1 " TjT" "
146 4j jij 1
" 1 1 MM MMMM MWM iHBHW HIM I HWMP warJMp4WW II ' MM iaMM PMMHMB WM KnMMMH
b 1980 by Chicago TribunfrN.Y. Nei Synd Inc.
All Rights Reserved