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ATLANTA Police mobilized Sunday for another possible
confrontation at a low-income housing project where a minority
of residents have armed themselves with baseball bats and guns
to protect against the city's child killers.
Israel Green, head of the Techwood Homes tenants association
and organizer of the baseball bat and gun self-defense patrol
police call its members vigilantes scheduled an afternoon
community rally to solidify support there. He said another gun
would be carried Sunday during patrols.
On Friday, when the patrols began, activists Gene Ferguson
Vcc, niierc cro Academic Jobo;: ;; r
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Professor Richard McEnally f
Director, Ph.D. Program In Business Administration ',
will discuss . v ' sf?
Career Opportunities & Ph.D. Degree Requirements
for University Teaching & Research in Business
Thursday, March 26, 5:00 pm
T-6 Carroll Hall
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won't fcx-yin until Mauh 21 rrtiistration will
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tTpri nd dout-W-pK-rd pom t 401 Alumni
liuajma or th ESM by March 23.
CATCH MATT SCI JI NL In concert at Union
SkUI CumiMinm LOCAL LYRICS. Ordinal
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and Chimurenga Jenga, neither a resident of Techwood, were
arrested on charges of possession of deadly weapons during a
public gathering. Jenga carried an M-l carbine.
On Saturday, Jerome Gibbs, a Techwood resfdent, was arrested
and charged with possession of a pistol with a license. All three
are due in court today.
The patrols with bats only continued throughout Saturday
night.-, -:V"-;; . .' . . "
None of trie city's 20 murdered or two missing children were
from Techwodd, although one of the murder victims lived eight
blocks away. 3
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A Carolina Union Forum Committee Presentation
LOST! ONE BROWN WALLET in area of mid
campus If found call 3-4795. It is of great value! .
LOST: BLUE GYM BAG containing wallet and
cleaU. Left Thursday night on Woollen Gym
Softball field three. Keep money, but please return
wallet. Call 933-1750.
LOST: WOMAN'S WATCH. Uptown Feb.
Very sentimental. Reward. 3-6086 Ubby.
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
' 15.00 per hour. We need healthy maks, ae 18-40
'wish no allergies .and no hayfj-ver. Call 8-5.
Mon.-Frl. for more Information. 966-1253.
SUMMER JOB OPENINGS FOR CAMP
COUNSELORS at Camp Sea Gull (boys) and
Camp Seafarer (giii). Serving as a camp
counselor is a challenging and rewardiog
opportunity to wotk with young people, aqes 7-16.
Sea GuU and Seafarer are health and chatacter
development camps located on the coast of North
Carolina and feature saving, motorboahng. and.
seamankhip, plus many usual :ampig activities
including a wide variety of major sports.
Qu:.r.cs:kns iociude a genuine interest in young
people, abili'y lo instruct in one f ia& o the
csmps" programs, and exftTnt tekrencrs. Tot
further lnkrrma(iM and application, piraw syrite a
bif resume' of training and eptMrnt l area!)
skUted to Tkm Ch k, Dsr:tor. Camps Sea
Gu3Serer. P.O. tios 10i76. RaWigh. Njrth
Carolina 27 ICS.
Ufl GUARDS: L1rl sutnmvr b b Park-ood.
er"nt hours, V. 'Si pffi-rri but not required,
Httsl WIS years c4J or mt . Ftw In fr ma tion. c3 ,
HELP WANTED: H3wbjy fejf UNC Sofwrtty S
hours tit handyman wofk a rk in ruhnnar fer
lunch, dtftnrr, U Drfeau at V S2-1 i 21 .
inn Yotnt masa nnr ak joa num tm p :
tiKi! fUtkaai tins ', stiata UNC students
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Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill. NC 27514.
METAL RECYCLING CENTER. Net $20,00 to
$35,000 per year as absentee owner or owner
, manager. One person operation. $20,000 total
Invest. Includes working capital, equipment,
training, set up in your area. Not a franchise. (704)
375-4900. Aluminum Recycling Corp. P.O. Box
21133. Charlotte. N.C. 28206.
ATTENTION GRAD AND HONORS
STUDENTS. Aaron Services will type your papers
at a discount. That's right, a 10 discount on
theses and dissertations. II you want It right, bring
It to Aaron Literary Services. NCN3 Plaza.
COMPLETE CESUUE SERVICES at
BUSINESS SPECIALTIES. 106 Henderson
Street. We specialize In resume preparation. W
tailor our professional resumes and cover letters to
meet Individual needs and stylistic preferences.
STATISTICAL COMPUTING SERVICE.
Eipert number crunching. Don't let
programming slow your thesis! You provide
variables, approach, computer account: i get
numbers. Four years experience. 967-9321.
HUMAN SEXUALITY INFORMATION and
Counting Service ofTt-rs counseling and referral
as contraception, relationships, pregnancy,
homosexuality, and venereal disease. Call
933-SSC5 or drop by Suite B, Union. -'
TU'O HOUSEMATES NEEDED I Canboro. '..
f ive bedroom ho. two bWks from Carr K3.
1 13 monthly. No lease. C3 9C7-6772 a?:er fiv foe
dctAiis. Keep trving-
WANTED fTMAU- nMATE lot tunuMf
Im, Own bedifooni saKinaswood A; t. Oa L
tus route, pool, laundromat. IImt swaofiabfa
plae c3 Si7s55ll mt.er 5 CO pm. H?rt
NEEDED: UHERAL FEMALE ROOMMATE to
'shart Ki ItovaJ Past Apt and i eerfte fc
iwnmrt id. o tt-t ftt.ts4 v1 C4kl l'is.!y at
MALC ROOMMATE FOfl KDCT YEAH as
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A North Carolina Journalism Hall of Fame will open at the
UNC School of Journalism with the induction of the hall's
first five members April 12.
The first honorees of the Hall of Fame are Charles Kuralt,
C.A. "Pete" McKnight, Vermont Royster and Thomas Wicker.
Josephus Daniels is being inducted posthumously.
Kuralt, perhaps the best known of the inductees, was a reporter
and columnist for the Charlotte News before moving to CBS
News, where he became a writer and later a television news
McKnight is a former editor of the Charlotte Observer. He
also worked as an Associated Press correspondent during World
War II. , , . -v. - , .
Now a professor at the UNC School of Journalism, Royster
was a reporter and editor for the Wall Street Journal and is the
author of several books.-
Wicker has worked with many newspapers including the
Winston-Salem Journal, the Nashville Tennesseean and the
New York Times and has written many books.
Daniels, who died in 1941 , was an editor of the Wilson Advance,
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NON-SMOKING FEMALE WANTED to share
bedroom in 2 bedroom Colony Apt, starting June
or August. Share lh rent and utilities. Call Teresa
or Ann, 929-7769, anytime.
TWO NON-SMOKING MALE ROOMMATES
wanted to share Foxcroft apt. pool, AC. busline,
ad nauseam. Ca3 Mark, 967-9912. after 9. Leave
LIBERAL FEMALE GRAD. STUDENT wanted
Immediately to share townhouse apt.; 12 roln walk
from campus; preferably non -smoking. Into health
food. Call late In evening (10-12 pm) Yvonne
FOR SALE: Collectors edition clear-faced Bulova
Accutron Watch. Priced at I2S0.C0. WJ3 m3 for
1150.00. Needs new band. Call 929-5703. ask for
Kevin. Leave snessage.
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN pictures for sale. Taken
from front row. Contact Cathy at 923-4469.
1973 CAPRI 4 CYLINDER. 4 speed, brand new
clutch, radial tires, uses regular gasoline, good
gas mSetge, ca3 S33-3U1 anytime.
BVf Gold & S..W! 10. 14. Itk: gold Jewelry,'
and tttwtal gold. B'yiag diamonds one carat &
over, and stett-ng Jvr. 510 Fff4Jin
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b-sry, aaU a4 trtfrda, AH rM4rd gaeata4
aUaaa. oon! c&m&Htem aiy. Ttsa Fate
fj-fa-j, SI2 E$i CataWnra.
We are now aecrptfcwt arSatis fr Asst
Foscfo Apartments. I2 fcj-; $t7 1264.
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WANTED; TWO W. OMEN'S HOUSING
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Tbe Schlitz Classic Movie Series
John Wayne is the Ringo Kid in the classic west
ern, the first to introduce mora! dilemmas and
character studies into an action-oriented plot.
Eight previously unrelated people find their lives
intertanglcd aboard a westbound stage coach
sudden tly attacked by Indians.
J Co fir it!
Monday, March 23, 1981, 8
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before ad is to run.
SUMMER SUBLET: May 15-Aug 15 furnished
two bedroom Kinqswood Apt. L bus. Rt. Rent
negotiable. Calf 929-9944.
SUBLET 2 BEDROOM Old Well Apt. May 1 5-Auj
15 with option to assume lease In fall. J bus route.
Rent reduced. Call 967-9731.
TWO EEDROOM Carolina apt. for sublet
available tntf- May-Aug. 1275 per month Call
SUMMER SUCLET: May 15-Aug 15. Nkely
furnished two bedroom Old Well Apt. -but rent
negotiable. Call 929-5259.
SUMMER SUBLET: 3 bdrm Townhouse' Apt.
$285 utilities. Some furniture. May thru, Aug.
For InL-rma-Jon ca3 Courtney or Kathy (967-3040)
SUIiLET: AVAILABLE LATE May thru Jgfy one
bedroom Unheriry Lake Apt. Fwlty carpeted,
drapes, appliances, entil sir, swimming pool &
' Laundry, on bus-line. Call 929-1415 early am. late
1 CLOCK f ROM TOWN AND CAMPUS. House
for summer sublet. Very rke place, furnished,
room to park, patio and lots more. 2 bdrms.
NEED AN APARTMENT fof Crst summer Sasaki?
StibSrtting furnlhed rwo-bedroom Kswood
Apartment from wid May to mkl-4uV. L bus rosrte.
I2i0iaoh. Call S67-SS34.
SUBLET: MAY 15-AUG 15. 2 bdroow Royal
' p.k Apt. AC. bv:ii, ptA. Ca3 947-2SI7. -
f - tnLET 2 bedroom Royal Park Aptrtmtnl. pool,
I vs rovt. mviistlt Msy-August. Ca3 91? S331.
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the Raleigh State ChrGnicle and Raleigh's The News and Observer.
He also served as Secretary of the Navy for President Woodrow
The honorees will have their photographs and biographies
permanently and prominently displayed in Howell Hall.
According to its charter, the Hall of Fame will recognize and
honor persons who are distinctly identified with the state and
who have made outstanding contributions to journalism, mass
communication or related fields. ;
Nominees do not have to be natives of North Carolina nor
graduates of the UNC School of Journalism. There will be no
set number of living honorees inducted per year, but the annual
number of posthumous awards is limited to one.
Richard Cole, dean of the School of Journalism and chair
man of the Hail of Fame selection committee, said that the hall
has been long overdue.
"It's about time we had our own hall of fame," he said.
"North Carolina as a state has much more than its fair share
of outstanding journalists." '
Cole said the reputation of UNC's School of Journalism
and the large number of good newspapers in the state might be
factors in North Carolina's tradition of journalistic excellence.
"Hell, maybe there's something in the water," he added.
The Interfraternity and Panhellenic
councils will join this week to sponsor a
series of events designed to promote Greek
unity and leadership.
A leadership conference is scheduled
for 5 p.m. today in Great Hall.
Tuesday, Greek Sportswear Day, will
feature a drive for the Heart Fund in the
Pit and a Friends of the Greeks reception.
Wednesday the councils will hold an
awards reception, and several night-time
attractions will offer discount admissions
for fraternity. and sorority members.
The highlight of the week will be the
field games scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday
on Ehringhaus Field.
BJ03. Have you been to Purdy's lately? Your
glassy-eyed look Monday gave us the Impression
that you went to Ladies' lock-out a day earlyf
Rernember-akohol and drugs don't mis.
CONGRATULATIONS! Love Suzie-Q and Cathy
175 REWARD for Information leading to the
rental of a house 1 mile or less Iron csmput, ISO
reward for a house 2 miles or les. Starting
summer. Call Ben, 933-5196. Please keep trying.
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Caroli aa fJalea amteasiaa Wildiag.
ELLEN E! We miss you. Your eoS mug mbses
you. please get w3 soon. Much love and many
, prayers. Dak. Susan, and the BsU gang.
SUnPRlSE a fciend wiih a drlicioua BIRTHDAY
cake. Free delivery. Chocolate or vanilla
wchocolai or bwfter cream king. 115. Ca3
9291645. 942 2221, 929 1197.
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