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2The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, October 28, 1981
anneford Circus to provide
Are midterms closing in again? Do you
need an escape from your pressurized,
fast-paced schedule? Or do you crave a
little excitement to perk up another long
The solution may be a cage full of
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Limit 4 with $13.C3 cr rr.cra purchcss
Creamer 16 oz
Creamy or Crunchy
Peanut Butter 1 8 oz
Choc Full O Nuts
Coffee 1 lb. can
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Regular or Quick . ,
Quaker Oats 18 oz. . . ......... 79$
Starkist In oil or water
Chunk Light Tuna 6V20Z. ......... 79$
White House QQ .
Apple Juice Vi gal. . . 99$
Toyels, Large Roll
I sf T.'Jr
Lenders Bagels 3 ...... . 55$
1 Minute Maid v
U Oranae Juice 12o?.
:J0rango Juico y2
Pillsbury Biscuits 4 pk. 712 oz
Kratt single American
Cheese Slices 16's,
Return ad and check or money order to the
DTH ofhee by noon the business day before
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$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.
TAKE A RELAXING BREAK with beginners' yoga
class. Yoga combines movement with attention to
breath and thought, smooths you out. and renews
your energy. Class runs Oct. 29"Dec. 10, Monday &
Thursday, 6:00-7:15. $10.00. for registration &
info, call Carrboro Parks & Rec. Dept. 942-8541.
PISE-LAW FORUM WILL BE held Wednes
day October 28, 9:00-1:00 In th Great
HalL Representatives for North Carolina,
South Carolina, and Virginia Law
Schools will bs present. Interested
students are welcome.
CAROLINA STUDENTS FOR LIFE presents Dr.
Robert Young on "Taking Freedom Seriously.
Philosophical Consequences of the Abortion
'Choice'," 8:00 pm, Thursday, Oct. 29, 202
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS MAJORS! NEED help
pre-registering? Can't get an appointment? See Peer
Advising Arts and Sciences Dept. Third Floor
Steele. MWF 10-2; TTH 9:30-1:30
T1!E CLEF HANGERS
Coming November 20th
PQTNSA APPLICANTS: PLEASE CONTACT Tori
at 929-2116. Leave name and number :
AMERICANS FOR COMMON SENSE meet
ing tonight at 7:30 in Gardner 105. Help us plan
and organize upcoming seminars. An members
COSTUME SALE: ARTISTS WILL assist you In
creating a memorable Halloween disguise. 7 to 9
pm. Oct. 28, 29, 30. CenterGaHery, 118-A East
Main Street, Carrboro, above Tumbleweed Cyclery.
APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE NOW FOR
housing and meal accommodations at Granville
Towers for the Spring Semester 1982. Please
visit Granville Towers South or telephone
snarling Royal Bengal and Siberian
tigers, performing elephants or beautiful
girls. All this and more will be coming to
the Carmichael Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday with the Hanneford Circus.
To whet your appetite for this spec
Sirloin Tip Steak lb ... . . . $2.09
Sirloin Steaks bone in lb. . . . .$2.69
T-Bone Steak lb. ...I....... $2.79
Whole Sirloin Tips lb . . $1 .79
Beef Spare Ribs lb. .... ...... . 89$
Gwaltney Big 8
Meat Franks 1 lb. ............. $1 .09
Great Dogsl lb.
FCV.IERS HAS A
ASSIST YOU IN
DJCX LAYER DAR
L'Epayrie French Red
Table Wine, Magnum $3.99
L'Epayrie Blanc Da Blanc
French Vhite Table Wine Magnum . . . $3.99
Pinot Chardonnay 5th .......... .... $4.75
Monteray Classic Red Wine ......... . . . $4.75
Chateau De Cadillac
Red Bordeau 1976 5th .... ... . $2.49
Stroh Beer Reg & Lt. 12 oz cans .... . .12$3.99
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. . . . 89$ An Purpose
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SCUBA CLUB MEETS TONIGHT at 7:00 in room
304 Woollen Gym. Patrick Noonan of Greenpeace
will give a talk and slide presentation. Phis, a wrap
up of the fall dive schedule and preliminary plans for
lost Ci foand
LOST WATCH WITH SILVER band in men's bath
room 2nd floor undergrad library. Sentimental
value. Reward offered. Call Bill 967-1393. Please
LOST TAN SUEDE JACKET AT HARRISON'S
Oct. 20th please call 933-5622. Nice reward.
LOST MEN'S SILVER SEIKO WATCH. Reward
offered. Call 933-3323.
LOST: KHAKI AND NAVY reversible jacket at
Purdys Saturday nite. Am appealing to your sense
of conscience; Please return to Purdys or call
FOUND: LARGE SET OF keys, near Frat Court.
Found before break. To claim can 933-2521, ask for
John or Freeman.
FOUND; BLACK LAB (MALE) puppy, with tan
Hartz collar. About six months old. Found at the
new art building. Can 542-5736 after six p.m.
EARN $5hour in U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency breathing experiments on the UNC-CH
Campus. We need healthy non-smoking males, age
18-40, with no allergies and no hay fever. Initial
time committment is 10-15 hours, including free
physical examination. Call 966-1253 for more infor
mation, 8-5 Monday-Friday. , '
OVERSEAS JOBS Summeryear round.
Europe. S. Amer., Australia, Asia. An fields.
$50041200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write
IJC Box 52-NC-l Corona Del Mar, CA 92625.
CAROLINA INN is looking for courageous students
to work the breakfast shift (bee breakfasts). Apply in
person at the Inn. For more details call 929-4630
. nights. Promotional opportunities. Good pay (no
PART-TIME SALES CLERK. The Shoe Factory, a
men's and women's self-service outlet shoe store
needs someone to work an early shift (10 artt-2 pm)
and weekends for 16 hours a week. Apply in person
at The Shoe Factory, Eastgate Shopping Center,
Chapel HU1. 967-7445.
REBUILT VW ENGINE. CALL collect 1-483-4624.
One week's service-ninety day warranty.
CRAIGE CONTRACT FOR SALE cheap. Quiet
atmosphere and studious roommate. Available
Nov. 10. Can Lynne at 933-3426 before 8 am and
after 9:30 pm.
tacle, an elephant will be in the Pit at
noon on Thursday. Tickets to the circus
are on sale now at the Union Box Office,
$1.50 for students, children and those
over 65, $2.50 for the general public.
cr C:lf Hieing
1 with $10.C3 cr more purchase
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FULL TIME WIKE STEWARD TO
YOUR SELECTIONS! ASX FOR
10 lb. bag . . . . . 89
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
GRANVILLE EAST CONTRACT, NICE living
with food and utilities provided. Available for spring
semester. Beth 933-1768.
FOR SALE: 2 TICKETS to UNC - Maryland
game. Catt 933-2785 after 4:00.
FOB SALE: AKC CHOW pnppies.
bcantifuL great pets! Call 542-4527 after
GREAT EQUIPMENT: 2 AVID 102 and 2 AVID 103
speakers, top rated by C.U. $75 each. JVCKD-A55
cassette, many features, makes perfect tapes. $300
or best offer 929-5307 before 11 pm. Keep trying,
GRANVILLE WEST CONTRACT FOR sale for the
Spring Semester; food, : utilities, and ' laundry
facilities are all provided call 933-2471 and ask for
TECHNICS 30-WATT RECEIVER. FEW months
old, excellent condition. Best offer. Also 12" black
and white TV, 1 year old, $50. Call Larry at
PRE-SEASON SAVINGS - .10 off any framing
order brought in before Nover er 15. The Framea
Corner custom framing, by appointment. 942-8425.
HOUSESnTING: By two male Purdue engineering
students living in the area while on work assignment
at IBM summer 1982. Catt 493-2791 (Durham.)
CELEBRATING? BIRTHDAYS, ANNIVERSARIES
Whatever We deliver Bouquets of Helium-Filled
Balloons. Personalized Cookie Cakes and a tune to
ofSces, homes, dorms, in Durham, Chapel Hill,
RTP. Cafl Cookie Factory (286-2628) or Balloons
and Tunes (967-3433)
MR. ICS MUSIC SHOW features a disc jockey
playing rock, disco, beach, new wave and your
requests for any party. Call 942-5293. $100 four
hours. . .
DESPERATELY NEED TWO TICKETS to the
Qemson game will pay good price! Call 929-6640.
I DESPERATELY NEED SOMEONE to take my
very lovable seven month old male cat He must go
soon. Please help me!! Call 942-4970.
I URGENTLY NEED ONE to three guest tickets for
the UNCClemson game. I will pay any price!
Please can Gail at 933-3482.
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: one-bedroom apart
ment, carpet and drapes, appliances, central air,
pool. Adults only. On busline. 404 Jones Ferry Rd.
CaH GREENBELT APTS 929-3821 for appointment
1 QAM -6PM.
on FBI, CM
A teach-in to educate students about
the FBI and the CIA and to protest recent
proposals concerning the two organiza
tions will be held between noon and 1
p.m. today in the Pit.
The teach-in, sponsored by the Coali
tion for Social Justice, is being held while
representatives from the two organiza
tions recruit on the UNC campus today
"We are not protesting their right to be
here and recruit," said David Crohn, a
member of the coalition. "They obviously
have a legal right to be here.
"We would like to use the opportunity
to enlighten students to facts that aren't
normally heard,'' he said.
This is the second such teach-in to be
held this semster. A similar rally was held
at the School of Law in September while
FBI recruiters were on campus.
Among the speakers expected to attend
the teach-in are Louis Pitts, a Greensboro
attorney, and Katie Green, a member of
People United a group protesting the
Ku KIux Klan and Nazism, Crohn said.
Another purpose of the teach-in "is to
point out to students that the FBI and
CIA have an affect on their lives, said
Claudia Werman, a member of the coali
tion. Among the issues the protest will ad
dress are proposals to allow the CIA to
renew domestic spying activities and to
limit information about the organization
now available through the Freedom of
Information Act, Crohn said.
AVAILABLE IN JAN. NICE ROOM IN PRIVATE
house on Busline F. $150 per month. Kitchen privi
DESPERATELY NEED ES)E to Johnson City.
Tn Ashevde, N.CL, vicinity for weekend Oct.
30-Nov. 1. Please call 933-3431. Ash for
Gary. Keep trying. Will help with
RIDE FOR TWO NEEDED to Maryland game. Can
leave 1030 after 10 am can return 111 preferably
afternoon. Will help with gas., etc. Please catt Dave
933-3801 or Lisa 933-4827. Thanks!
RIDE NEEDED TO WASH. DC This weekend
(Oct. 30 or 31). Call Scott: 966-2534 (day)
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED TO share Old
Well Apt for Spring Semester. $135. month Vi
utilities- Call Susan 967-7873.
WE NEED A ROOMMATE! Kfogswood Apartment,
on bus line, Vs rent and utilities. We need someone
early November. Catt 929-3604.
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED: Private room,
washerdryer, busline, off Airport Rd. $150 Vi
utilities. Catt 942-3904.
NONSMOKING FEMALE(S) NEEDED TO
SHARE 2-BEDROOM Kingswood apartment on
Busline. Available January or earlier. Call Leslie,
Gina, or Cheryl. 968-0488.
LOOKING AHEAD? Male roommate needed to
share spacious Foxcroft apartment. Your own
bathroom and bedroom. Share apartment with
easygoing, studious junior accounting major. At
$160month a little expensive but worth ft.
.929-7300 Spring Semester.
GRADUATE STUDENT OR PROFESSIONAL TO
share ' 2-bedroom townhouse at Laurel Ridge.
Furnished except one bedroom. Catt Lenny,
QUIET CHRISTIAN FEMALE NON-SMOKER
wanted to share Univ. Lake Apt. Spring Semester.
$154mo. (incL furniture) Vi utilities. CaH Debbie
ROOMMATE NEEDED - WILL HAVE own large
bedroom at Graham Ct. Apts 100 yds from campus
on McCauley St. Room available- from now until
CONSIDERATE NON-SMOKING MALE
WANTED to share Townhouse Apt. Own room,
110month, Vs utilities. Cafl 967-7996 between
ONE OR TWO MALE roommates wanted to share
Kingswood Apt., very cheap urilUes. substantially
furnished, color cable tv. dishwasher, personal
property insurance free. Available Immediately,
929-9554 willing to deal.
III I , o m
Committee rules on CIA proposals
WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate Intelligence Committee urged the Reagan
administration on Tuesday to scrap its proposal to let the CIA infiltrate and try
to influence U.S. organizations.
After a one-hour closed meeting, Committee Chairman' Barry M.
Goldwater, R-Ariz., said the panel unanimously agreed to recommend that the
administration retain the almost complete ban on CIA infiltration of U.S.
groups imposed by then-President Jimmy Carter in January 1978.
"The CIA is designed to do foreign intelligence, period," Vice Chairman
Daniel P. Moynihan, D-N.Y., said after the meeting.
Goldwater and Moynihan also announced that the committe staff had com
pleted gathering information in its investigation of CIA Director William J.
Casey and would write a report, which will be made public.
Goldwater said, 'No basis has been found for concluding that Casey is unfit
to serve as director of central intelligence." But Moynihan said, "The ultimate
findings will await the conclusion of that report." They said they could not
predict when that report would be finished. '
Walkathon raises money
They walked in the rain, but the 20 par
ticipants in Sunday's walkathon for Mul
tiple Sclerosis, sponsored by Olde Cam
pus, raised approximately $1,000, said
Stephanie Keef, one of the event's co
ordinators. "Participation was pretty good consid
ering the bad weather and all," said Keef,
a junior business major from Gastonia.
Everyone finished the coursealthough
some only circled the 10-mile loop once.
Others circled it twice to complete the en
The coordinators were hoping for 100
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All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
.12 (noon) one business day before publication.
NO ONE WILL TELL Sneak away enjoy our
peace of mountain. Spend an intimate weekend by
the fireplace in secluded hideaways in the Smokies.
-Mountain Brook Cottages, US 441 South, Sytva,
HEY TAR HEEL FANS! The Heels are HOT
and heading to a MAJOR bowl victory on Jan.
1H "OPERATION TARHEEL" Will ride again
and a mere $50 refundable deposit will hold
your spot on the trip! Call 942-BOWL now for
CHRIS, YOU'RE A GREAT Sigma Chi pledge.
Sure am glad you're my Little Brother. Keep up the
good work. Your Big Sis.
HEGE AND THE KEASTATTACKERS
HEGE AND THE HEABTATTACKEBS
HEGE AND THE HEABTATTACKEBS
HEGE AND THE HEABTATTACKEBS
AT M OBBZSON DOBBOTOBY PARTY
RICHARD PRYOR? YOU'D BETTER believe itf
Nov. 2, 7.-00 an 9:30. 106 Carrott. $1.00 at the
door. Presented by your Residence Hall Association.
HI jGIENE! HOW IS "she?" Hope she's fine because
we are going to celebrate your 21st tonite by losing
our zinc and eating polar bear livers. Until then,
keep this in mind: Now that you're 21, you no longer
have to carry minnows in your pocket! Love L & B.
Don't Be Fooled!
One year ago the ABC people tried to
throw the Bns System oat of Carrboro.
STAY WITH THE CABBBORO
COMMUNITY COALITION! We bronght
the buses to Carrboro!!
ATTENTION: ALL 14 YEAR OLDS-BEWARE OF
queens with carpet burns! In the name of sisterhood,
Leslie and Beatrice
PHONETTES: YOUR LATE SERENADES "LIGHT
Up My Life" although they've "Only Just Begun."
Who are you? (You have my number.)
TO THE MYSTESY KIAN: THANX HEAVENS
this is the last time! I don't remember what
yon look like, bnt meet me Thursday at 2:39
by the Old WeO. "StSl Cnrions" P.S. Yon don't
have to bring yonr "bag fu3 of goodies,"
however. . .
TO THE BEAUTIFUL BLONDE IN THE language
lab Monday at 8:30 AM, can we get together for a
drink and some conversation? I was wearing the
army field jacket and sitting on the back row. JFP.
HELP! A BLUE CAR BACKED INTO MY SILVER
HONDA Prelude parked in front of Baskin-Robbins
about 6 pm Sunday, Oct. 25. Anyone with Info
please call 933-7453 or 933-0674. Keep trying.
HAPPY dim ID AY JOHN! 22 isn't such n
bad age. Besides it Isn't everyone who
gets to head for Miami Beach on their
birthday. Thanks for the honest answers.
to 150 walkers, Dave Wray, another co
ordinator, said before the walk. The ma
jority of the walkers were expected to be
from Olde Campus, said. Wray, a senior
philosophy and political science major
from Silver Spring, Md. .
Olde Campus selected Multiple Sclero
sis as the charity to receive the profits be
cause of a high awareness in Olde Cam
pus of physical needs of the
handicapped. It is the only area on the
UNC campus which has housing specific
ally designed for handicapped persons.
Brewing Co., Milwaukee, W!
TO THE GIRLS-TRICKS OR TREATS? Need I
ask? Let" s show our real beads this weekend and
make it one to remember! Love Queen Mother and
BLUE-EYED MALE YOUR EYES, BLOND1SH
curry hair, and sharp looks caught my eye. You sat
in Section 17, Row S, Seat 13 on Saturday. I'd like
to meet you. How "bout it. Row U Admirer.
We've been throngfa a lot since An gust 16th
and yon're one terrific roommate. Hope 19 is
blggem' yon-know what!
YOU FAIR-WEATHER FANS! WHAT
happened to your Tarheel school spirit? When
you were needed the most on Saturday, you
sure didn't put out. One loss does not a season
make or break. November 7th may be your last
chance show your team you care. Go Heels
Beat Maryland, Gemson, UVa, Duke. Get
exdted, yall! Phlo & B-l .
RONNIE HEY BLUE EYES-HAPPY TWENTY
firstS! You deserve the best! Have a good one-solid?
Love ya! Babydott and Danene P.S. Hope you fed
DANCING MACHINE, YOI7BE STILL MY
favorite Efegward and having yon here is
wonderfnL Its Lke all dreams come trne
when Tm with yon! Yon make everything
right. I love yon, Sngnr. Yonr Sonthi
how many times(?) Karen.
CAROLINA COMPUTER DATING "WE
know someone who wants to know you." Write
for information. 108 West Franklin Street,
Chapel Hin. NC, 27514.
BELT BUCKLES AND STRIPS. Largest selection
ever just arrived! 44 Buckle styles, all $2.50, and 34
strip colors, aB $.75. Gift sets for Christmas now
available. CaH Tommy Wallace at 968-0221. Keep
trying! ' ,
SEND YOUR SWEETHEART A .FLOWER Pi
Kappa Phi pledges are selling carnations for the
Homecoming Game Clemson. Carnations
delivered Friday afternoon, November 6. 967-9385.
TO THE DENTAL HYGIENE MAJOR I MET IN
section 15 of the State game: Thanks for the visor.
P.S. I didn't catch your name.
BETSY HOW COULD ANYONE NOT KNOW
what today is? You're so subtle. 22 Sweet! Beat me,
whip me, me til I scream! Smurn. Woody.
THE MANCUM HAUNTED HOUSE wQ be
open October 29-31. Be there for TIES
HAUTTNG EXPreiTNCE OF YOU3 LXTTJ
One DoSar Admission charged.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TEK-BLR: FLORIDA LEGAL
at last! Hope to celebrate your Birthday in style:
$10.00 WORTH, liquor, and guys with some
other unmentionables that are a surprise! Love
always, S P.S. There will be another year of "road
trips." baU games, partying and more. ARE YOU
UP FOR IT?
A SOUTHERN GENTLEMAN: I'M NOT SURE IF
Tm the one you're looking for. If so ... Tm definitely