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2The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, September 9, 1981
musicians in conce
Acoustic folk or country music has gener
ally been called bluegrass, but that sort of
music has undergone so many changes in the
past two decades that now it hardly fits the
kind of music it's used to describe. Newgrass,
traditional country,, and hillbilly jazz have
been offered as new substitutes but they don't
really seem to fit that well either.
Limit 1 with $20.C0 or more
Hunts Ketchup 32 oz.
Viva Towels Lg. Roll.
Pillsbury Plain Self-Rising
Unbleached & Bread
Flour 5 lb. bag.
Skippy Chunky or Creamy
Peanut Butter 18 oz.
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Orange Juice 12 oz. .... .79$
, Limeade 6 oz. . ......... 269$
Tortilla 6"120's . . . $2.99
Tortilla 6" 24's . . ....... . . $1 .30
Kraft Orange Juice Vz Gal. ... $1 .59
American Cheese Slices 16oz. 5 i .yy
Return ad and check or money order to the
DTH office by noon the business day before
your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid.
Rates: 25 words or less S-
5C for each additional word ' . ' ,
$1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type;
Please notify the DTH office immediately if ,
there are mistakes in your ad.. We will be
responsible for only the first ad run. -; ; '
ADULT GYMNASTICS CLASSES at Carolina
Sport Art. Best equipped facility in the area.
Instructor Mark Galati National Champion call
942-4620 or 929-7077. Carolina Sport Art. next to
RR Tracks Homestead Rd. Chapel Hill.
RECYCLE NEWSPAPER. ECOS BOXES ARE
BACK. New campus locations by Alumni Building,
Monogram Building, and Wilson Library. Please
JUST newspaper. Help save some trees!
STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE k offering a four
week weight management group emphasizing
positive lifestyle behaviors beginning Tuesday,
September 15 from 2-3:30 p.m. Limited to men less
than 25 pounds overweight. Call 966-2281 (ext.
275) for a screening Interview.
ATTENTION GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL
AIXr iNI: The New Alumni Association is
forming now. We need the support of all
Alamni on campus to make it work.
Contact Kris LaughOn (933-7716) or C-l
VISIT A CO-ED SOCIAL AND LITERARY fra
ternity - St. Anthony Hall 7:00-10:00 pm,
September 13. 14. and 16, located at 207 Pitts boro
Street, behind the Carolina Inn.
FOR ALL APPLICANTS AND PERSONS IN
TERESTED in serving on the Union Social
Committee there will be a meeting Wednesday,
September 9 at 3:30 in room 205 of the Union.
CHANCE PRESENTS "PAUL JACOBS AND the
Nuclear Gang" the most exciting depress
inginformative movies on nuclear power ever
made.. Wed., Sept. 9,, 7:30 pm. Carolina Union,
room 209. Meeting fouows. Everyone welcome. '"- '
Well, whatever you want to call this pure
bred American music, it has two of its finest
practioners, David Grisman and Ricky
Skaggs, appearing in concert at 8 p.m. Thurs
day in Memorial Hall.. Their appearance is
sponsored by the Carolina Union.
David Grisman, the acclaimed man
dolinist, calls his fusion of jazz, classical,
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Chock Full O'Nuts
Limit 1 with $20.00
. . 69$
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Sirloin Steak Ib. ....... .
Ground Chuck Ib. ......
Fresh Fryer. Breasts Ib. . .
Williamsburg Bacon 1 lb.
THE MEDIA BOARD is accepting applications and
'esumes for an at-large position and a business
manager (Alchemist). Submit to Box 13, Union by
5 p.m., September 13.
SCUBA CLUB MEETS TONIGHT at 7:30 In Room
304 Woollen Gym, we will show a film on North
Carolina wreck diving and will discuss the club's fall
dive schedule, equipment policy, and dive safety.
lost z found
UMBRELLA FOUND in Union. Call 968-0056 to
TO the person who found my grey change
purse in the Airport Rd. laundromat
Sunday night: I really need my ID'S etc
back; you can keep the money. This is
important! Please call Rachel, 9421320.
FOUND - IN HAMITON 100. Glasses from the
Vision Corner in Middktown, Conn. Collect at
Volunteer for U.S. . Environmental Protection
Agency research. Earn $50-$65 upon completion of
experiment which measures the effects of 2 hour low
level ozone exposure.' Earn $50-$75 in an experi
ment to study the effects of low levels of gaseous and
particulate air pollutents. Numerous other minor
studies are always ongoing. Levels of pollutents are
low with no known long term adverse effects, and all
research is approved by the Human Rights
Committee of the UNC Medical School. Pay is
$5.00 per hour. We need healthy, non-smoking
males, age 18-40 with no history of allergies or hay
fever. Call for more inu.mation, 8-5 Mon-Fri.,
KEY YOU? FESX LIKE A ClIAHS?? Then E
One! The Campus Y Tutorial Program
Needs .Volunteers to help in the local
elementary. Sr. High, and Senior High
Schools. For info: Boom 102 of the Y.
FOR $5.00 AN HOUR THE BACCHAE Night Club
wants to hire a campus representative to help book
parties with fraternities, sororities, dorms and other
campus organizations. This is an excellent
opportunity to supplement your income, have
flexible hours, and bonuses will be available if you
are successful. Apply at the Bacthae, 942-8173 or
929-1866 for immediate employment. A part-time
bartending position is available now.
rock V roll and bluegrass Dawg music an
elusive enough term that well describes his
music. A New Jersey boy, Grisman took up
the mandolin at 16 after being inspired by the
father of bluegrass himself. Bill Monroe.
Ricky Skaggs has made his name as a mem
ber of Emmy Lou Harris' Hot Band.
Last chance to
pick up your
Wed. & Thurs.
9 am to 5 pm at the
(next to the Carolina Inn)
All registers not picked up
will go on sale FrL, Sept. 11
lb. can $1 Q
or more order
Bartlett Pears lb. .... .... 39$
All Purpose Onions 31b bag. . . . 79$
AOV.'LERS HAS A FULL TIME WIKE STEWARD TO
ASSIST YOU ill YOUR SELECTIONS! ASX FOR
VJCICX LAVEriDAR 9423116 J
Baron De Martinay
Entre Deaux Mers 1978, 5th . . ..... $2.69
Verrozzano Chianti Classico 1977, 5th. . .$3.65
Chablis, Rhine, Burgundy - Magnum . . , .$5.39
Pere Patriache Non Vintage
White Burgundy 5th . . . ........ .$2.49
Old Milwaukee Beer 12 oz. cans 12$3.49
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE TWO BEDROOMS,
very close to campus, available soon, all appliances.
Only $3200.00 cash. Call 967-8324 anytime.
FOR SALE: 1978 FIREBIRD. WHITE WITH a light
blue vinyl top. AC, cruise control, power steering.
Low mileage, excellent condition. $4,000 firm. Call
942-2250. Ask for Gordon.
FOR SALE: SCHWINN VOYAGER. 25", black 24
. lbs., 12 speed touring bike for serious touring and
riding. $295.00 (new is $376.00) Call James at
FOR SALE: ONKYO 2040 CASSETTE tape deck.
One year old. Excellent condition.' Active war an tee.
FOUR TICKETS TO EAST CAROLINA GAME for
sale. Section 21, home side. Call 967-9985.
CELEBRATING? BIRTHDAYS ANNIVERSARIES
WHATEVER We deliver bouquets of helium-filled
balloons, personalized cookie cakes and a tune to
offices, homes, dorms, in Durham, Chapel Hill
RTP. Call Cookie Factory (286-2628) or Balloons
and Tunes (967-3433)
CAKE FAIRIES DELIVER CAKES IN STYLE.
Delicious, home-baked from scratch. Any occasion,
message. Birthdays a specialty song, candle
included. $17. Call the Fairies (evenings) 968-4306.
MR. K'S MUSIC SHOW features a live disc jockey
playing rock, disco, pop, and new wave for any size
party. Call 942-5293 for reasonable prices.
UNC-PROF. SEEKS SPANISH NATIVE
SPEAKER TO tutor 6 year old daughter in reading
and writing Spanish. Call 942-8419 evenings or
LOCAL ESTABLISHED SOCCER CLUB
SEEKING Goal keeper and a few good field players.
Call Jim Barrick 489-4380.
HELP! I DESPERATELY NEED ONE TICKET or
guest pass to the ECU Game! Will pay cost phis
reward! Call 933-6264. Keep trying! Thanks.
The Financial Aid Office has received the
checks for National Achievement and Na
tional Merit scholarship awards. Recipients
can pick up the checks on the second floor
of Vance Hall. A copy of the student's class
schedule is required. "
aff meeting set
There will be a general meeting for all Daily
Tar Heel writers and editors at 5 p.m. Thursday
jn room 226 of the Carolina Union. All old and
new writers are expected to be there. If you can .
not attend, contact your editor.
New staff members' names for .this semester
are posted outside the DTH office.
for two plays
Auditions will be held today for the Depart
ment of Dramatic Art's two opening produc
tions, Romeo and Juliet and Outward Bound.
' Auditions are open to all students, with roles
to be cast from the pool of both graduate and
Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare's classic story
of the two "star-crossed lovers," will begin re
hearsals immediately for an Oct. 7 opening in
the Paul Green Theatre. All roles in this pro
duction under the direction of Tommy Rezzutto
Outward Bound, directed by Russell Graves,
is a modern comedy drama by Sutton Vane
about a group of passengers aboard a heavenly
ship. The production will open Oct. 21 in the
newly refinished Laboratory Theatre in Gra
YOU'RE INVITED TO
An address of convenience and luxury on the Chapel Hill Country Club Golf Course.
We're newly remodeled, energy efficient and convenient to campus and shopping. We offer 2 and 3 bedroom
apartments, starting at $449, each with their own qualities of distinction, including washer and dryer hook-up.
In your leisure, lounge by our pool and Jacuzzi or jog on our jogging trail
We're looking forward to having you come, by during our Open House.
PLEASE TRADE YOUR S-5 for my S-4. If you
called before please try again, my trade feO through.
Thanks Jill 9424369.
NEED A RIDE OR RIDER TO Charlottesville VA
This weekend or future weekends. Call Frankie
between 6:00 and 7:30 at 967-2590.
FLY TO THE BEACH or home any weekday or
weekend. Pilot desires passengers to share
reasonable expenses. Call 929-7489.
I NEED A RIDE to NYC Sept. 12th or 13th share
gas. Call Helene or Tim 967-7921.
LOVELY 4 BR VA BATH HOME - 3 miles from
campus. Large living room with fireplace, large
kitchen, quiet neighborhood. $450mo. Available
Sept. 81-June 82. Call 967-4545, 967-6536, 942
8773 after 5 p.m.
SUPER STUDENT SPECIAL - one bedroom
apartment, carpet and drapes, appliances, central
air, pool, on bus line. Call Greenbelt Apt.
929-3821 for appointment. 10 am-6 pm, Mon.-Sat,
1-5 on Sunday. -
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR TWO
"SENIORS in Old Well Apts. J and C bus routes.
$92.00 month, j utilities. Call Lucy or Karen soon!
ROOMMATE WANTED TO SHARE APARTMENT
WITH 3 girls. New apartment Vi mile off
campus. Completely furnished. Call 929-4969.
Easy-going black male needs
ROOMMATE TO share Colonial Arms Apt 0.7
miles from campus. $120 mo utilities. Call
ROOMMATE NEEDED: to share private country
house located 8 minutes out Airport Road with 3
students. Washer, dryer, woodstove, screened
porch, for $130month Vt utilities. Available
Immediately! Call Cary 968-0444. Keep Trying!
NEED A PLACE TO LIVE? W6 are looking for a
non-smoking female to share our Royal Park Apt.
on bus line. $103 month plus Vi utilities call
N A ACP Leader Wilkins dies
NEW YORK (AP) Roy Wilkins, who helped lead the civil rights move-,
ment to its legal and legislative victories of the 1950s and 1960s as head of the
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, died Tuesday of
kidney failure. He was 80. . .
Wilkins entered New York University Hospital on Aug. 18 with cardiac pro
blems and had been in and out of intensive care. Two and a half years earlier at
the same hospital, he had a pacemaker implanted to correct an irregular heart
beat. Wilkins was NAACP executive director for the last 22 of his 46 years with
the 450,000-member, integrated civil rights organization. He retired in July
From the White House, President Ronald Reagan led the tributes.
"Roy Wilkins worked for equality, spoke for freedom and marched for jus
tice. His quiet and unassuming manner masked his tremendous passion for
civil and human rights," he said.
Wilkins had always been willing to be arrested to change a law, but he
opposed lawless disorder, black separatism and black power as preached by
militants during the urban and campus upheavals of the '60s.
Union seeks vote, authority
GDANSK, Poland (AP) Solidarity launched its boldest challenge yet to
communist authority Tuesday by expressing support for free union activists
throughout the Soviet bloc, threatening to impose worker self-management in
Poland and urging an unprecedented national vote on the issue.
The Kremlin responded by accusing the independent union's leaders of being
power-hungry rightists, and he noted that Poland's defense and prime minister,
Wojciech Jarulzelski, joined other bloc leaders in observing some 100,000
Soviet soldiers on maneuvers near the Polish border.
'fWe are living at a great moment and the fate of the nation is being decided
upon now. A new Poland is being built on the banks of the Vistula. We are not
a trade union anymore, but a social movement," said a resolution adopted by
Solidarity's first national congress.
Rumors that the garbage truck would
come sometime early in the morning
Before falling asleep, Smith said, "It's
been a lot of fun. I've met a lot of people.
But I'm a little concerned about this
dump truck that's going to come at 4 in
the morning since the dumpster is right,
About 6 a.m., people began to stir
around a little. All night, any loud motor
rnaH thp ones near the dumpster jump.
The Oaks Apartments
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one-business day before publication. ,
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Rural area
apartment, 2.5 miles from - campus.
$137.50month Vi utilities. 2 rdrrns, living rm,
kitchen, 1 bath; furniture available. No smoking; no
drugs. Call Paul at 968-1035.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share Old
Well Apt $88.34 month s utilities, on bus route,
AC, pool, , nice ' people. Call Dawn or Amy
TWO PROFESSIONAL STUDENT to share 3-bdr
house. Air, carpet, quiet neighborhood, on busline.
No pets. $150 plus utilities. Furnish except
bedroom. Call after 5 929-8744.
NON-SMOKING FEMALE(S) to share spacious
new townhouse in Carrboro. Bus route. Two miles
from campus. Washerdryer. Quiet, private. Call
TOM ROBINSON'S SEAFOOD AND
PRODUCE. Seafood Thurs-Sat, Produce Mon
Sat, 300 W. Rosemary behind Chutney's. lz
blocks from campus. Customer parking 10 off all
produce and eggs 9 -noon Saturdays. We feature the
area's freshest seafood and local produce.
MALE ROOMMATE OWN ROOM walk to class
quiet $97mo. Call 967-9650. 1969 Chevy Nova
dependable six cylinder 2027 mpg good tires solid
$650 Steve 967-1406
CAROLINA CAR SHOP 1305 East
Franklin St. next to White Horse
Restaurant. Grand Opening under new
manasement starting Wednesday. We
have special throughout the store on
beer, kegs etc Low, low ens prices
regular 120.9, gasohoL unleaded plus
125.9. Football Special: Case of Cud and
a bag of Ice. price $10. For more
HELP! LAUREL RIDGE Apartments sign is missing
and we need it back. No questions will be asked.
Please call 967-6918 with info.
THE HASTEMEN. (UP) CHUCK, AND CAROLE
Here's to a SUPER TIME at WrightsviDe: parties
on "the Goose," Champagne breakfast, capsizing
showing off, sugar, artd.k)IH?o?s. Love, Michelle.
From page 1
The truck finally came about 6:25 a.m.,
waking up many and scattering all.
Soon after, the line formed near the
traffic office door.
A traffic office employee opened the
doors at 8 a.m., and soon stickers were in
"It's been worth it for what we'll get,"
Laura Williams, a senior said.
"I'll see all of you in the N-4 parking
lot," Smith said.
larch of Dimes
D.HCTS roUKD&nO?lI TZJ
On 54 across from
Slug's at the Pines
CAN SOMEBODY TELL ME HOW TO pronounce
DAVID C FROM GREENSBORO: Just wanted to
wish you a wonderful day. After all, it couldn't
happen to a nicer guy. Tm glad you happened to
UNC FS-LD HOCKEY-GET PSYCHED FOR a
weekend of victories at East Stroudsbersl If s
the first road leading us to Berkeley, CAI1
BELT BUCKLES AND STRIPS. Over 30 buckle
patterns and '30 strip colors to choose from. All
buckles $2.50, aO nips $.75. Abo. good selection
of ball earrings and gold cast bermuda bag
buttons. Call Tommy Wallace at 968-0221. Leave
TO THE GOOD-LOOKING BLOND IN ECON 10:
Meet me in the Pit on Friday between 10:30 and
2:30. Let's discover something together!
ATTENTION ALL UNC LADIES. TW Phi
Gamma Wofas of 5th floor Granvie West
annouaca tat their second annual Cid
Mfcier w ( be held this Thursday night at
SntO in tae 5th floor lounge. If you didn't
go tk rouh sorority rush or were not
satisfied with the way it turned out, we
guarantee you not be disappointed
here. Free refreshments w i be provided
and a3 females are welcome. NFC
JANICE: Sorry, no poems or pizza this time. Hope
my Love w&l suQce. Though we're apart, you're
always on my mind. Happy Birthday! Love, Chris.
MAZAN. Welcome to blue heaven, a great place to
be with the most lovely lady bi the world. 1 Love you
with all my heard DARYL.
ED. JACK, RICK, ROBERT, DOUG. AND JASON
Thanks for the moonlight serenade. You were a
"sweet, sweet sound" in our ears! Your GARDEN
TO THE BAD INTERCOURSERS: In a crowded
Fox we traveled from Charlotte to Southport
playing Mexican and quarter daquirk by night, and
shopping, pigging-out and bagging rays by day, last
weekend was the greatest! El & KeL
TO OUH EX-ROOMMATES - ANNE)'S. No tete
surprise for this year, but there's still lasagne on the
balcony tonight Hope this birthday is as good as
the lasd Sex (EJ & Kel).
EASY- HOWYADOIN? DOINARITE? I REALLY
HAD a fantastic tim this weekend. Thanks
bunches! Too bad It had to rain! Oh well, 111 show
you how to ski some other time. Be sweet. Betty.