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2Th3 DsHy Tar Hee!Thursd3y. February 26, 1 981
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Police Department spokesman Alvm
Allen .said the dispatcher received a cal!
at 3:40 p.m. Four ambulances, two fire
trucks and a number of police officers
"My kids had just left (the scene when
the accident happened)," said Police
Department Administrative Assistant
Ben Callahan. 'At first t didn't believe
(that the call was genuine), but then I
thought of my kids being there, and I
Student Government will hold a meet
ing today for anyone interested in work
ing with the new administration.
The meeting will be at 4 p.m. in the
Great Hall. Interested persons who czn
not attend the meeting should go by the
Student Government office in Suite C of
the. Carolina Union.
Gary Paaeock, bass.
Art Lands, piano.
Eliot Zlgmund, drums.
Tkoc3 4 ECr.l LPs
on coh Fcbrmiy 26-r.Iarch 4
1831 Swing Journal
Album ef the Year
Clasaica from the ECM catalogue:
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25 word3 or less
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&my emtm Cm LI ef mwwm yo lav.
Lara CTO. Cui-Cm 9-1 S. C2utpl
ICutVcn MICA, Caul XIZZA tow
TAKE A CnTAXl Cach it at the King George
llotd la Oca DrK. lam Spring Break retct
Ujt l 114. C&3 (or reervtions.
CAr.OUNAS ONLY COMPLETE RESUME
En1CC VV"H r.-y or tt your rttumc.
Ekctronic memory, print-ag, and covrr Setter
round out out complete eervice package. Aaroa
li:rff CmUft, comnmkntSy bcatrd at
f.CN3 Ilaia. 5i7l275.
TH2 ELAC3 EXFISlIfiCE OPEN
rClJ CoftsUersOaaa tm !:!.! nnd
llzmzm Csrvkes, Fs'x:l-3 Dr. La
C&actac;, Cclt f Caetal Cork,
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, FC'jr.D: WATQl, -ms Cclb Dora. C3 end
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CfsrkKal At Fb.. 14. C&3 ftr 6. V;7-5?S2.
rOUN'D; Cu'J lev iot tl t.-r.,.-Ul !U3 on
S-I7-C1. C3 $42 7115. Ak 1 CarO. Kep
lost tut) ccr:rotmoN NOir.nooics. Oae
ttJ; Sac, I, en lint Afit.'ijo 13 wriue to ton
r't t a.'ti cwrter. If l-.S I'sse (t2 i
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fc-,t,-'3 i.4 yt; reath me-
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Klroalay Vitoua, bas$.
John Surmart, soprano saxophone,
Kenny Klrkland, piano.
Jon Christensen, drums.
1981 down beat
Album of the Year
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The K&ln Concert
an Garbarft, PaUt DamtUtan,
WANTED: NON-SMOKING MALES as subjects
In paid EPA breathing experiments on the UNC
CH campus. Total time commitment Is 10-15
hours Including a free physical examination. Pay Is
$5.00 per hour. We need healthy males, age 18-40
with no allergies and no hayfever. Call 8-5
' Mon.-Fri. tot more Information. 966-1253.
OVERSEAS JOBS Summeryear round.
Europe, .S. Amer., Australia, Asia. A3 fields.
$50041200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free Info.
Write !JC Box 52-NC1 Corona Del Mar. CA
INTERESTED IN WORKING WITH KIDS THIS
SUMMER? One of the nation's finest resident
summer camps is seeking motivated applicants 20
years old or over for positions as general
counselors or specialists in at! land and water
sports as well as back-backing, arts and crafts,
music, dance, drama and nature. Positions are
also available as a camp nurse. For Information
contact John Hasnas at 333-4507.
EAEN WHILE YOU LEARN. Interested In 1300
week, great resume experience, working out ol
state this summer? ALL MAJORS! Mail name,
address, phone , class, major. Summer'
Employment P.O. Box 414 Chapel HIH.
HELIUM FILLED BALLOON BOUQUETS
delivered for special occasions or Just for fun.
Singing downs abo available. Ask about our
student special. Call us 967-7497.
-MID r.r.'.lT:i3 tiOVrt Try Ca. Trl
IMntera f 25-C271, Ofestfa L'slltf
IIXl ea Conisee Dtv. typ'3
tvrattla aal!abl Tkeaa aasl
TAKE A SITING EHLAK at Sand PbUe Mot m
N. MvTtle Bh, Socih Carolina. ROOMS
tlS.Wi! Ca 133-2494212 ht rv.
a rnoixssioNAi. looking. "nTtsrr
r.ISUM fT 1 IS-a sm.3 tevestmenl hi ih&i
evrje ta the comj;!':'-. Job mailrt. Jo
teWtUTs, pofr, !'he cherts, etc. at
Lunsr CfsJhKs, 412 VVt Rosemary,
VVO.Mt N'S ASTKOLOCf 8. Ntal charts,
lrogTMtons. and cultstkms. fdi2 can be
doctiRve or fttA.lt m aohlg. Ihe taatertal can
be revealing to f-jsl la vocatJons, Intirrpersonal
lUtKhH, and rte spec'c 6rmti4 of
atethentk ity wtl.u eah c4 w. Na Kamberoa,
HUM AM SFJCUAUTY INrOUMAIION m&
CtHmn3 infrvue evu': and ttt-rral
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humwalir, a4 v&sl C4
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m3 tiri. -iiiiniirijl mtiKW3l Cririii-ifiiiJ 's
Charlie Haden, bass.
Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano
Egberto Gismonti, guitar and piano.
Give the ft
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Album of the Year
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The Ceiesti.- Haw
viMBll 1 mm
131 East Franklin Street
NON-SMOKING GRAD or undergrad female
roommate needed immediately for two-bedroom
Carolina Apts. Own room. Call Kim at 967-3930.
WANTED! Two quiet, non-t moking Individuals to
share large 3 bedroom mobile home. $100 and
$85 plus Vi utilities. Call John between 7 a.m. and
4 p.m., 942-7192.
ROOMMATES WANTED FOR SUMMER
ANDOR FALL Two spaces available. On D bus
line, AC 2-bedroom. 2 -bath, pool, etc. Call
Susan. 967-3763 or Karen, 957-7576.
NON-DRINKING NON-SMOKING MALES to
share Foxcroft Apt for next year. IS5 monthly &
V4 utilities. CaS Don. 933-2593 or Tony.
NON-SMOKING FEMALE to share Old WeS Apt
from May-Aug. with option for fall. Reasonably
quiet, neat, studious, easy going, friendly person.
CaB 933-3617, 933-3455.
QUIET. EASY-GOING FEMALE wanted for 3-ER
apt Dishwasher, AC, deck. On bus Une, 15 mia.
walk to campushospital. 1150moath.
942-5S06. Available Mar. 6.
NEED ROOMMATEJS) to share 2 bedroom apt
& expenses next fIL Furnished except for your
bedroom. Also need someone to sublease apt for
summer. Call anytime 942-4433 Susan.
HELP, we need roommate for ur 2 bedroom
apt ISO plus i utHs. Fkasa caSusat 967-5S39,
Laura or Meg.
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: HON
SMOKINGDIUNXING mature rsait to share
Etts Park Apt. Furnished, washdry, N-bea,
133 M utiles. 567-3C45.
FOa SALE: 1567 Trkar.ph Sf tr converttk.
Nw clatch, good cond;o, exct"nt miltme.
11375. s:1229 aier 6.C3 p.m.
ATTE?fT.0M DESrcnATELY TO SILL
femak coft&sct at Ja.t.c. Prke B-o:littd
Contact 9334725 or 929-7641.
EHAND NEW 11x14 PC TTCtIO for ssJ 125.
Never been Ce3 F." 4a at lS7-I27t 9-5
SrHLNGSTEEN TlOXTtf Cest s-ts ea
Coor. W"J 3 to the best tZ.t. Cal S47 4332,
YAJIJU K-3S3 CASS. Dtl. ine'J cTt 6
mof.:!,t eSJ. t2 13 iww ikjw tll. 1 $-rsr clj
tvnnaU. 4123 aw ITS. 9334C24.
f CI? SALE: CfX TlC'.rT to Cma t'?rto-(tra-CeUc&f.
.LAST atViCE-Ta tkista at
Gre?-ibo. Decitai 6ta, C4 etf ty. CaS
Ccln YVaicctt, sitar, tabla, sanza,
Don Cherry, trumpet, melodica,
Nana Vasconcelos, berimbau, talking
drum, percussion, voice.
On ECM Records & Tapes.
Manufactured and distributed by
Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Mumc For A imm frmtHtto
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TURNTABLE: Onkyo CP-1010A Servo operated,
semi-auto. straight-Una toneanm, Nagatronlcs
1S5E cartridge. Retail $250. asking 8110.
Excellent condition, c&3 Rex at 933-3147.
KNITTING YARN Imported Shetland. 3
weights, mail 50 for color card. Underbill Yams,
Box 131-14, Bay Head, New Jersey CS742,
dice cilnnc ono
BUYING GOLD AND SXVEH FOR CASH!
Rings, necklaces, sold and sOver coins, tter&ng.
James Home and Son, 1C2 E. Weaver St
.Carrboro 10-5.30 M F 10-1 Sat 967-65.
NAVAJO TRADING POST
. Buying Gold & Silver! 10, 14, lSk; gold Jewelry,
and dental gold. Bifyleg dlamoeds one carat it
ovec. and sterling silver. 510 W. Franklin
We arc now accepting application for August
Foxcroft Apartments. 929-833? or 967-5264,
ISXED DOUBLES TOLSNAMENT at the
Union Bowling Lanes Sun., March 1. Signups
thru Thurs.. Feb. 25 at 9 p.m. Handicap
scoring wf3 be used. 933-4131.
HOUH SPECIAL at the Union
BowHng Lanes. Bowl 2 games, get shoe and 1
game free. Special runs M-Tk. 9 a.ra.-5 p.m.
WANTED: TWO FEMALE DORM CONTRACTS,
would ftttst two tezz&et. C3 933-1423.
'WANTED: A HOUSE or apartaest dew to
can; pus avalUtle km rentes la wrAd-t'oy. Fkasa
ca3 Patsy at 933-53.
. IF YOUT A G rJSrAf FOIALE svfeo a!rts4y
has mm apartment aad mmis a roommate tat next
year, pkaie ca3 Cartl et 933-5412.
ItODESN ONE-6C0ROOH AfAH:
vsuktl tmmeats-V fJ carpetri.
fSSane, eaatral fcst auti a5r, awfesss;..
Ltamt-y. oa tse, 13-3 iscr.'.h fcv L '
CreenbeU Aartasaata, Joas Terr
4tntor. fi32t. 13 p.ta.
V.XST E4 C.'l A CHTAT tZ'l? 1
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t--Jo;H ea:V Ar- 3- li t sth. a csrt pl.
AC wSt tossSna. f "'3 ILrryf C3 Lsaia
Tern a'.er S p.m. S;74i.t.
i irtn ?.rxD r..ci i T.m;.trse
area i?vf j te"3 tr3u share s, ti"Kt.'j a4
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WASHINGTON (AP) A federal jud-s upheld President Rcndd Read's
retroactive federal hiring freeze Wednesday, ruling that thousands of people
who were told between November and January that they had jobs waiting had
not, in effect, been hired after all. 1
Reagan, who imposed the freeze as his first official act as president, said it
was a first step to "controlling the growth and size of government and stepping
the drain on the economy by the public sector."
Two more Atlanta children .mixing
ATLANTA (AP) The disappearances of two more black boys prompted
police searches in Atlanta Wednesday, but their cases have net been turned over
to the special unit set up to handle the investigation of 20 dead and missing
black children since July 1979. .
Dempster D. Williams, 10, of southwest Atlanta, was last seen at his home
at 8 p.m. Tuesday and was reported missing within hours, police said. Tennal
Heard, 14, of northwest Atlanta, was last seen at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at a down
town park trying to catch a bus to suburban College Park. ,
Norberg 'appoints four .
By ELAINE McCLATCHEY
Student Body President Scott Norberg an
nounced the names , of his four executive
assistants Wednesday and explained how he
had changed the duties of these positions.
Deborah Houston, Tavia Hutchins, Danny
McKeithen and Barbara Rosser were selected
for Norberg's top four positions.
Hutchins and Houston are relatively new
faces in Student Government, while McKeithen
and Rosser held top positions under Bob
Saunders last year. McKeithen served as the
assistant to the chancellor's committee co
ordinator last year, and Rosser was head of
the Academic Procedures Committee.
McKeithen; a junior from Charlotte, will
be chancellor's committee coordinator. Be
sides overseeing the chancellor's committees,
he will handle a special project that will try to
increase wages for workers in Student Gov
ernment, The Daily Tar Heel and other student
Rosser, a sophomore from Atlanta, will serve
ALL GREAT THINGS L1UST
COL1E TO AM ENO-FINAL WEEK
SUPER FROGSTRAMGLER JCt
GROUP YELLOW SHETLAND SWEATERS BY
JEAN PHILUPE Reg. $30.00 X1 0C9
WORSTED WOOL TRADITIONAL
SUITS Reg. $250 .01 Q0.C0
DOUBLE-BREASTED LINEN BLEND SPRING
SPORT-COAT Reg. $125 .2 for $70.00
DON ROBBIE EUROPEAN CUT DESIGNER SUITS
Reg. $215.. .1 for $79.50; 2for$1S0.C0
WITH SPRINdAROONDTHE CORNER, THIS IS
YOUR LAST CHANCE FOR SUPEROUTQF SIGHT
Hours: Mon-Sat 10-6:30; Sun 1-4- "UJaU OJ kJ
163 E. Franklin SrChao! HHI SS3-44C3 ri nTitff? f!!2nnrrf!
C331 Morrison LJvd.
FREE VALIDATED PARKING
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
AH ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day
DESPERATE! NEED RIDE to Mass. or at
least N.Y.C. for Spring Break. Willing to split
costs. Must know by Feb. 23. Call Lee anytime
GOING TO CINCINNATI, (or vicinity) for Spring
Break? 1 would Jump for Joy if you would give me a
ride. Please call Efcabeth at 933-3417.
RIDE NEEDED to Central Florida area lor Spring
Break! Will share expenses. Please caO EUen at
RIDE NEEDED OVER SPRING BREAK to
EloomSngton, Indiana or anywhere within three
hour radius please caQ Jearmle 967-4078.
DESPERATELY NEED HIDE to Mass. for Spring
Break! (Preferably near Amherst or Sprtnsikki,
but rs take anything.) WU1 share expenses. Please
c2 Diane, 3-6524.
TO THE MYSTERIOUS BEARDED
skateboarder who's FOLLOWED me from the
Western Slulin to the Teller II I didn't catch
your name3 Ca3 Pat at 549-061 1 xl2S before
WATCH SmiNG EHEAK: Toast yotffse by tha
fireplace not at the beach! Refresh your spirits by
k&JftS. exploring and quirt fireside hours. Your
own coxy cottage In the Smokies! $33 for 2 peopi.
433 for 4. nittty. Mountain Brook, U.S. 441
Sooth, Sha. N C 704-5264329.
JCinY: Did yow bse A Hope"? We found It and
r beauC'J. Do you want tt back? C3 J-f.524.
TO STACY MAN to Cempv Scknee: Thardis
for a3 ywr h'? Tuesday nlht I crpredate K a
lot Love. Dumb Blood.
XJliC ICE HOCKEY Eest of lutk to
toarnamewt especiaSy to 1 from hi lovtef
Lrariaa and to 1 4 from hia newest fan.
HEY BAG! Have a sood one 0 mean 22,i
tirJidsi) love a. Tl
HEY Mil. SCHOE.M Thank you for Ftlxuar,!...
tha rs, tha dinners, the b!er.y and love ohf
and P.B. who says TWaae have a beet Ce at fh
Pots. tharJi ywt." A3 my oyfJ lovt, L.S.
I tAHYAJ.'N -Lofaiiis aa h?e 1 cosw! fi
about yoss wt't every cliJt. That's kit of
L-It-C The years tj by, wfch or.V t'-e a k fc aa
eye, yet we sJ axr a.i ;y to C-st t k, ts
t.-di iewe aad Bstet that caa never ttfty
234. Lve, Cti Go4,
EL22A2ETH T4-y aiM was c.at bv4
t-'t i3 be ew fc'ir. f !r,.e yoi t-i ksvt
tie ervtt.h t-';fif f"3 carry yoa aharft.
.-wr.fy ad chance 4 t.-s. C3ii.
it ccrv trncr. who wwid jastt
Sa f Irwt-'v, Wr f avday la f fly. ftw.y 2J,
f'rfs.s cesa t-y a- J j; urn tip yo cjis.
WATr:r. tea sx (that I sWywt ya-l a! waM4
to fe ?:Ul f ver'. Aa4 4 y- "t to
kjwMT tw aye Ul-fwiSibr, 1 stM't fei Csesa
aJa ks a-n--e. r-fkto.
WA.NTEO! E3.fM:E FTlHJtAN
tU'tt ism E---."- A;-.y to
Csinstra ta t bar) 2.2&4I at I5i3 ea,D.ls
tr;.tr 4 tf sc?y tujr t i isl
as executive assistant in chars? of special projects.
She will handle relations with the Campus
Governing Council, helping Norberg with
legislation to be introduced to CGC and ap
pointments that must be approved by CGC.
Rosser also will be in charge of hih-lcvel
publicity for Student Government.
Hutchins, a junior froni Marion, will oversee
1 1 cabinet heads and organize office ccnur.uni
cations as Norberg's administrative assistant.
She will concentrate on keqpfcg each cabinet
staff infqrjned of what the other staffs are doinjs.
Houston, a junior from Charlotte, will hold
a newly created position this year, out-of-office
assistant. She will head a group of peo
ple who will serve as Student Government
These representatives will be in contact
with dormitory residents, members of frater
nities and sororities, and cff-cturi rcdicrs to
maintain direct communication between Stu
dent Government and the students, Norberg
Norberg said he wanted his cabinet to refket
a complement of fresh faces, new ideas and
before ad is to run.
TO THE GIRL STUCK n th HAKES
PHONEBOOTH Tuesday. 1 wanted to help,
but didn't want to seem nosey. Meet me there
today? Or reply DTH. The guy with beard and
JIM H. May your CnrisQan guidance bring mora
goodness to the DTH. Let the golden shower of the
Lord's sory spray on you. la Christ, Gree.
TO T12 K2CZ LOOta CT2. la &
tUO tlaa cs 1 bM
yosi laat Jsae 421 La Cr4s7.
ISadl fclssa eeeCIa m4 & xr
Mra. Tea lafavcatodi la aa&B3
TO TH2 CUTE BltOWN-flAinED COCa.
working to Hoy's lata Toesday tt'. -ht: Your cWaaa
are Irresk table. Are you spoken lor? AdsUrcr.
SUZANNE, LAUTIA, LOU ANN, SAIIAII. Zhsv.
Julu. Kris. Tammy, Teresa and Amy: Yoa ffwys
(yaH) are the beat; so was my Bthdayf EpcW.'y
tha ke cream for braaklaat! Thanks for a3 tha funf
RE'EMSEH HOW POOff DAY r2y ansck tr
on yoa last year? Get ready! It's corcla j soon! Tha
Moona may sot be to obvtoue this Csa.
MIKE CUTtrSTY-lUrpy EaMfavf Tha Prtoca
ttie enaaed and you torn 21 a3 to tha sara
week. It's almost too moth to bear. Have a prtct
day SaSy H. ' ,
HEY W?iEaTHka for aa exctanf asori.
Good todk wth tha new )cb. Ws3 have to
ct strata y9r mrw eosltkw; 42? Lova ya,
LA. Thanks for tdZr-l. 1 tov you! Dsvtd.
TO DA.NNXTTE. a ima wfeh a lot el ciwa, bt
how cWd yoa rii? Yoh'is y.nt tie fja L 3 tuf
IIATPY EirmiDAY tCrj. tir?e yoa Urt
wtndirrliJ yew ahead. We t3 lova ye. Y&sr
trvortia fyrry ifimJ-iflk.
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ltt aad 3rd Ce Crtaa ! a4 24 Cee
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hearts toJ!iM at 4-33.
EET1L t?a VSr5tof fers! fs es
mi, t fcp yo ba a'ja' PLaasf caa C U
belong to me. tr.";st r?l Aaoehet CaA.
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ftmto4el Bt ysi'ra 22 tdn-f Ikrs'a to aae-'.ay
ytf t Da. WftAsiwai r-r.i, swf!?-3 Ca
wrrvs, yxi?, M brmi.lr-s $"t I,.i4sr,
svvf fc4i 121 Uj tv H4ftSoi r.&4.
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Dm t?,a ssa "t rs aa ej-4ra
muU4 i ts-m ry a?y-eaarwU frsr fa?
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yw at Is emXi&ti Lsfa ats a te'a
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