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SPACE SHUTTLE LAUNCH BUS TP.? Tht
Akironomy Club and S.O.A.R.S have
chartered but allowing Gexltl planning.
Arproximate cost tZd round-trip. For info call
Susan 942-5737. Chris 942-7127, or Jack
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otT a fu.'l smMtr achoUrhlp to a second
tfmntrt Freshman. If Interested, coma by Tha
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SUMMER JOB OPENINGS FOR CAMP
COUNSELORS at Camp Sea Gull (boys) and
Camp Seafarer (girts). Serving as a camp
counselor is a challenging and rewarding
opportunity to work with young people, ages 7-16.
Sea Gull and Seafarer are health and character
development camps located on the coast of North
Carolina and feature sailing, motorboating. and
seamanship, plus many usual camping activities
including a wide variety of major sports.
Qualifications include a genuine interest in young
people, ability to instruct in one phase of the
camps' programs, and excellent references. For
further information and application, please write a
brief resume of training and experience In area(s)
skilled to Don Cheek, Director, Camps Sea
Gull Seafarer. P.O. Box 10976, Raleigh, North
Carolina 27605. ,
ACCOUNTANTNIGHT AUDITOR POSITION
Night auditor to audit records for workshops and
conferences at Granville Towers. Compensation
Includes salary, furnished apartment and meals
while cafeteria is open. Accounting background
necessary. Forty hour week, working 1 :C3 am to
9:00 am, Monday through Friday, from mid-May
throuqh mid-August. For an application. ' caU
929-7143 or come by GranvL'ie Towers South,
University Square. EOE-MF.
THE BACCHAE is hiring a DJ Immediately. No
experience necessary. Apply at the nightclub Tues.
thru Sat. after 8:33 p.m.
LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB In tha
Triangle with f.exiUa hours and GOOD PAY?
Alternative Moving Systems Is hiring movers
for runtime and part-time work beginning now
thru May. Call 967-5225 for more Information.
SFEND THE SUMMER IN NEW ENGLAND:
Camp f3etkt buys' camp In tha mountains of
western Maisachut tttt has openings far
counselors and program specialists. Also nurses
(RN). Job descriptions and openings avftSabla at
tha riacement OT-re. Sin up lot Interviews
schedukd far March 25.
COUNSELORS FOR WESTERN NORTH
CAROLINA co-ed summer camp. Room, meaU,
laundry, salary and travel aoanca. Experience
mi necessary, but must tf3y fcvii end wwllrj
Sih chliJren. Only chran-cut rwa-sraekisg coea
students need apply. For arp&atfoflbrochurf
write: Camp riflewood, 11. 1 OevcUnd Rd.,
Miami Beach, Fla. 33141,
SWIMMING POOL POSITIONS-Tewn of
Ci : i Taking apptlcaitons thru A?rd 15 for
lii.jusrj tif Of Si. Instructor. & Ast. Pool
Mjr. Wwk daysneesikflMjs. Prefer prevVus
aicperknca. US LGUATID (S3.35hr) rtfn Aiy.
tfcvi certlctn: work May tS-Sept. 7. 1M
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May IS Sv; t. 7 ASS? FOOL MC.l Stift 43X3 .
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WASHINGTON (AP) The chairman of the House Ways and Means
Committee said Wednesday that President Ronald Reagan's three-year tax
cut is all but dead, and he urged Republicans to help draft a "consensus' al
ternative with only a one-year reduction.
Rep. Dankl Rostenkowski, D-IU., said the bill that emerges from the Ways
and Means Committee would be smaller than the $54 billion Reagan wanted
for 1932, in part to help hold down the deficit.
Expressing hope for a "consensus bill" backed by Republicans and Democrats
on the committee, he suggested:
Cuts in personal income tax rates, but weighted to provide extra relief for
the low-and middle-income taxpayer.
Reduction in the capital gains tax from a maximum of 28 percent to 20
A cut in the maximum tax on unearned income from 70 percent to 50
Proposals for tax credits to offset the cost of private education have gen
erated little support among committee members thus far, he said.
-TtZore aid for El Salvador
WASHINGTON (AP) President Ronald Reagan won narrow congres
sional subcommittee approval this week for $5 million in military aid to El
Salvador in a vote one opponent compared to the "Tonkin Gulf resolution
that deepend U.S. involvement in Vietnam more than a decade ago.
The House Appropriations subcommittee on foreign operations approved
the $5 million by an 8-7 vote shortly after the administration announced plans
to send an additional $63.5 million In economic aid to El Salvador.
That would raise total U.S. economic aid to the war-torn country this year
to $126.5 million and military aid to $34.5 million.
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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.
ATTENTION MEN Excellent summer resident
camp counseling opportunities for men interested
. in serving youth ages 7-16. guiding them In their
physical, mental and spiritual development Only
those persons who will dedicate their
wholehearted efforts to help each individual child
develop his or her potential should apply. One
must have ability to teach In one or more of our
specialized activities. Students, teachers, and
coaches should apply. CAMP THUNDERBIRD.
located 17 miles south of Charlotte, N.C. Is an
ACA accredited camp member, specializing In
water sports (sailing, water skiing, swimming, and
canoeing), yet an added emphasis is placed on the
land sports (general athletics, tennis, golf,
archery, riHery and backpacking). Horseback
riding, Whitewater canoeing and tripping are
extras in our excellent program. For further
Information write or caU G. William Olmer, Jr.,
Director Camp Thunderblrd, Route 4, Box 166-A,
CLover. S C. 29710 (803-831-2121).
ATTENTION GRAD AND HONORS
STUDENTS. Aaron Services will type your papers
at a discount. That's right, a 10 discount on
theses and dissertations. If you want It riht. bring
it to Aaron Literary Services, NCN3 Plaza,
HELIUM FILLED BALLOON BOUQUETS
DELIVERED for special occasions or lust for fun.
Singing clowns available. Ask about our student
speciaL CaU Balloons and Tunes 967-3433.
COI4FLETE BESUHE SERVICES at
BUSINESS SPECIALTIES, ICS Henderson
Street. We specialize fai resume preparation. W
tailor our professional resumes and cover letters to
meet IndtvUtial needs and t'yllstic preferences.
CaaStS-4739. J '
F.Z. ICS KUCX SH0V' FEATURES a live disc
)ockey playing beach, disco rock, and new wave
for any size party. Ca3 952-5273 for reasonable
FIANN1NG TO GET MATJUED fa the next 6
months? Ck3 Dr. Joseph Lowmaa (533-5432) at
I C Psychology Depc for formation about
f ,'.LE 6-week premarital education program.
HUMAN SEXUALITY INFORMATION and
CouoscUftti Sarvtc oSfa cou.nt!lsg and referral
en contraception, rtlatIonsh!s. pregnancy,
homoseiualay. and veneral disease. Call
f 33-SSC5 et drop by E,uSf B. Unto.
SXYZL'S fl-No FrCs" Stwdent Teacher
FL'hts Europe. Asia. taraeL A.', tea. f '.ILTAVT
CW&al StdtTch Travel Sfice. 21 FifJi
Avenue New York. N.Y. 1CCI7 2i2 37?-3S32 r
rv.-s.. tfc iftU. -... s s l.J to snart
tedrowin to 2 bt&som Coioay Aft, tartinf Jft
or Au'mU hare K ttrA and fcU-Urs. Ca3 Teroa
or Ann, ?2-77v9,
TWO K'ON-Sf.OJaN'G ItALE r.OOMJtTCS
BRted t shara Fovrroft A. potA, AC, l-MLm,
a J C3 Hrk. iZ. a1: 9. Uv
TWO UCC8AL ftffALC ROOMMATES
U'ANTtH til Im0 2 b4i9ora art i?.is 13.
A,tks. I 3 plas S toti-."krs f wrtw.a, Fnau's
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FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share
Foxcroft Apt. for summer school andor next
school year. Furnished, on bus route, laundromat,
pool, sauna, tennis courts. Call 967-8667.
FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED. First andor
second summer session(s). Carolina Apartments,
J-bus route, pool, air-conditioning, furnished,
dishwasher. Call Kathy 942-1414 or Loretta or
NEED TWO MELLOW ROOMMATES for
2-bedroom Brookside Apt. 15 min. walk to
campus. $77 month Vi utilities. Lease starts in
May. CaU 933-5337.
NEED A PLACE to five this summer? Rooms
available in house two blocks from campus. Call
Carol or David if Interested at 933-1436 or
1971 DATSUN 510 Wagon, good condition, new
clutch. 23 mpg, I1.C03, caU Eruce 933-0173.
Early morning late nite.
MOPED FOR SALE: Excellent condition, one
owner caU 963-9033 Jim MacGZl.
CHANCE OF A LIFETIME! Witness tha NCAA
finals in Philadelphia. Two tickets available. CaU
967-6167 and give best offer.
1975 CB 34CT HONDA 6700 miles good cond.
Best reas. or. CaU Jim 967-7645.
MOBILE HOME for sale. 2 bdrms, 1
bathfumUhed all appliancesair. Asking S54Q0.
Ca2 925-6321 Keep trying
OLYMPIA MANUAL PORTABLE ELITE
TYPUnrrlt. wide carriage. $60. Air Una ticket,
NYC to HDU. 165. Wilson T2CC3 tennis racket,
fine condition 115. 933-C646.
FOH SALE TATE DECKS. JVC KD-23. technics
Ml 4. Both in excellent condition, f 175 each. Also
guStar amp. 933-5162 afier 6 pm.
FC-1 SALE: A red Vm PonSac Firebird
cortverliil a.1 A black top and glass rear wbWbw
and In good cond.:ion. U Inierettrd c3 Frttman
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NAVAJQ TTIADING POST
Btrt-g C4J & t'ivtrt 10, 14. It; fold ie!ry.
and denul gold, tu-v'fj d.sfxetnit cn carat &
!rft..-!g s.ivet. 513 W. Fra.'.kia
c::i rcn f.iz.':i y sea-r;a
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f.tarla Hiccrdo end Abx Wl'scn c'iscuss cppcrtur.Itles
... Peace Corps End Vista are interviewing this week
" Ey TAMMY 'WKIG5IT- ;
A 76-year-old retired truck driver
arrived at the Scotland County Vista
office seeking help. He had been a driv
er for 35 years Gnd had never learned
how to read. While driving, he had de
veloped his method for reading road
signs and, upon retiring, decided to
broaden his literary skills. In nine
months, Vista volunteers taught him
to read on a sixth-grade level. The
truck driver began tutoring others, be
came a recruiter and is now chairman
of the Literary Council of Scotland
County. . ;
. This is just one experience that
Alex Wilson, a former Vista volun
teer, encountered. "When you're,
working with people who want to
'help themselves, they lerirstfrnuslr
quicker," he said. 4-
Wilson, a graduate of 'UKcin
American studies and education, is
holding interviews this week at; the
placement service office and the
Carolina Union for those' persons in
terested in signing up for Vista and
Peace Corps work.
Tau Epsiion Phi
presents its 2nd annual
60's Revival Party
Friday, March 27, 9 pm
Kegs end music 216 EL Rosemary
CALVIN KLEIN JEANS
FOR HIM AND HER
other designer jeans also available
Bgi nS iw urn ii
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before ad is to run.
FEMALE LAW STUDENT NEEDS a place to live
'next year. Prefer with gradprof. students and on
busline. Ca3 Vkki. 967-5504.
WANTED: One or two tickets to Final Four In
Philly. Call Bob at 942-7790. Will make great
WILL PAY $500.00 for Granville female contract
CaU Tammy 933-1811.
WANTED: TWO STYX TICKETS. Will pay the
going price. Call 933-4573 anytime. Keep trying.
Ask for Bill or Gabe.
SUC LET 2 bedroom Royal Park Apartment, pool,
bus route, available May-August Call 942-5331.
SAVE 35.00! Sublet two bedroom, partially
furnished Foxcroft apartment beginning May 15.
New carpet On D bus route. With pool and tennis
courts. Call 929-7354.
COOL, CLEAN, QUIET! Summer sublet with
option. AC 4 bdr duplex trt country. Washer,
garden space. Fum&hed for amiable sorts. Bicycle
distance from campus 9679990,
KAPPA ALP! IA Tl 1ETA SORORITY I IOUSE wl3
b open both sessions of summer schooL 1143
session for double, $2C0seion for single. For
more information, call the house manager at
- SUDLET 2 EEDHOOM FURNISHED Kingswood
Apt from May 15-Aug. 15. Good location. AC. L
bus route, pool, cable TV avable. !2?9roo. For
more information ca3 967-4339.
SAVE $75mo. on 2-br apt. with option to uk
over teasa in fa 3. J-bus route, AC. pool, laundry,
large closet space, no bto- 912-6971.
SUMMER ROOMS FOR KENT, KAPPA PSf Frat
House, tinn't 4150 per aewkai. doubla $103 per
setxkm. CaiJ 963-930 or 963-91313 for more ir fe,
'SUMMU? SUCLET: 2 EECHOOM ESTES PAT.X
Apt Availabie mid. My-Awj. ptlo ! renew.
Rent reduced from $273 to $20. CaU Chales at
GOING TO SUMMEJl SCHOOL? ' SulWf or
esrjmt Ictt torn ', 15 tntj Aag 15 fei
KJ2t5food Apt. 2 bedoom. Pool, bualine. Terms
negotlatSa, 942-1 C22.
SU?'.Mta SUCLET: ONE EEOr.OOM furnished '
Unlvetsify Lake Apt. Carpeted, -tmr.tog poeA.
It s tut. AC, fcp-tfkary,
. 929-4 6tS.
2 cjxnooM APA.'rntr.vr t smm
lUy 1 5-Aug, 15. Roval f-'k; fcsrhed. AC, poof.
em J bu routa: rent negotiaU. Ca3 HMilt,
rTT.'ATE r.OOM A?D BATH to furihf tr'aijf '
in Uc pa.'k 5 m:'.tt 6o ean;. W er
t-L-s d.5jst. dvT a. si C3 MJa si
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The organizations are looking for
recruits with a sense of their own
strengths and weaknesses, he said,
adding that his recuriting efforts had
been successful in reaching UNC
volunteers this week. Since the Peace
Corps and Vista began, 1,600 people
have volunteered from North Carolina,
Wilson said. In addition UNC ranks
. among the nation's top 10 colleges in
' the number of persons recruited.
"The people here are willing to be
a little more far-sighted," he said.
"They are willing to apply what they
' learn here in academics and in social
curriculum to Peace Corps and Vista.
UNC students have a desire to serve.
Tom Brown, a public information
officer for Vista and the Peace Corps,
said the oportunitx to serve in the
. ' Peace Corp"s is not limited to those with .
specialized training .
. Peace Corps is a two-year volunteer-
service sponsored by tne federal govern-
ment. It participates in developing
areas such as Latin America, Asia, the
Far East, and Africa. Vista serves the
United States through volunteer assign
ments of one year, Brown said. .
1 mmtM n f-7
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO KELLY AND EMILY a
super goot and a sparkling A Phi Q Jewell
ANG1E J. Where is old MacDonald to give you a
kiss on your birthday! Happy 20th( DLU.
STOLEN BROWN WALLET from Hill rehearsal
room. Contents valuable to owner, keep money. If
found, leave at Music Library. No questions, Paul
RUSTY: You've run the gamut (gampot?) from
afterbirth to chipmunks! Tha Bagger (and proud of
HAITI MISSIONARIES! Today's Thursday -don't
forget to take your Ar alert wi :h your elephant kike!
Good to see everyone on Sunday Missed you,
John and Tripp. Sea y hi Suckertown! Tha Iron
Market Merchant of Monirouis.
SCOTT EEC ID EN CE CCLLECE elaaaevc
ejpeilenced cadi dec Islv leader. Vet
Tlatr4y to elect FHATilC V.HX3 fovarao
HARCELOS birthday Is Saturdy!!! Ladies, be
sure to f!v him good luck klsst (and watch him
blush!) Signed, Marctlo's Brother.
DONNA ANN Happy 22ad Birthday. iUn you
have great day! You're not getting older and
you're already better! Love, Roger.
HAPPY 21st to my funny Honey Bunny
pie Pie Pie wiA Love from your tweet Heart
(who's In trouble now!) , '
P.OY SUGAR, Thanks for betaf so special! How'4
you reach perWtioit before 25? Mike an A oa your
exams & ya ktf me in PftC-y I voi akeady!
aiUCK T. fbppy 21t Ckrthday. 143 and FTL.
Your secret adfnfeer,
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