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2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, April 8, 1982
Observing historical exodus
Passovers Jews reimoiimce leaveiaed ffoed.
By LISBETH LEVINE
Although there will probably be no visible change
in the student diet at UNC in the next seven days, the
food requirements at universities with larger Jewish
populations like Syracuse and Brandeis will almost
certainly be drastically altered.
Jews "around the world renounced all foods which
contain leavening for eight days last night Passover
Passover, or Pesach in Hebrew, commemorates
the Jews' exodus from Egypt in the time of the
pharoahs. Because there was not time for the bread
to rise when the opportunity to escape appeared, the
Israelites took the unleavened bread with them on
their journey through the desert.
Every year at Passover, Jews celebrate their
freedom by not eating bread. The ban on leavening
encompasses much more than just bread, said Rabbi
Frank Fischer, director of the Hillel Foundation for
UNC and Duke. He listed anything that is fermen
table as forbidden. This includes beer, liquor, cereal,
peas, corn, oats and rice, as well as cakes, cookies,
pretzels and bagels.
"No Jew can benefit from the sale of leavened
products during Pesach," Fischer said, adding that
in some parts of the world, most of the grocery stores
are closed during Passover for this reason. ,
Instead of bread, Jews eat matzoh for the eight
days. Matzoh is defined in a vague, fuzzy or incorrect
manner by the students at UNC who have heard of
"It's Jewish, isn't it?" asked freshman Mike
"I've had matzoh balls, but never the crackers,"
said Angie Van Lue, a freshman from Jacksonville.
Jacky Jones, on the other hand, recalled trading
her spaghetti and roll for fourth grade sweetheart
Albert's matzoh sandwich. "Peanut butter and jelly
on matzoh is the best," said Jones, a Resident Assis
tant in Ehringhaus.
Matzoh is actually a flat cracker which consists of
flour and water. It is carefully prepared so that no
fermentation occurs prior to baking.
A matzoh ball, which has no life outside of its
chicken broth environment, is simply matzoh meal
rolled into a ball and cooked.
Jewish women generally spend long hours in the
kitchen at Passover, attempting to disguise the taste
of matzoh in new recipes, since Weight Watchers has
not yet marketed a "Kosher for Passover" T.V. din
ner. "Kosher for Passover," which is seen in the
grocery stores on everything from Coca-Cola to
gefilte fish, simply means that a rabbi has verified
that the product did not come into contact with any
form of leavening before he blessed it.
On the first two nights of Passover, seders are
held. Seder means order in Hebrew, and refers to the
elaborate procedures which surround the evening
meal. Although many students working knowledge
of a seder is limited to the four glasses of wine which
are consumed during the process, the purpose of the
seder is to retell the story of how Moses led the Jews
out of Egypt.
A seder plate rests in the center of the table. Cer
tain significant items are arranged on the plate, and
each of them symbolizes an important element in the
A roasted shank bone represents the paschal lamb
sacrifice which occurred each spring. It was the blood
from this sacrifice which the Jews smeared on the
doorposts of their houses to protect them when the
Angel of David passed over Egypt, killing the first
The roasted egg stands for the special sacrificial of
ferings to the temple which take place in spring.
The maror, a mixture of nuts, apples, cinnamon
of the slavery which the Jews endured.
The charoses, a mixture of nuts, apples, cinnamon
and wine, resembles the mortar with which the Jews
laid the bricks in Egypt. '
The carpas, usually celery, is a symbol of spring
which is dipped into salt water, a sign of the bit
terness of slavery. The salt water, has also been inter
preted as the tears that the Israelites shed while in
And always in the center of the table is a welcom
ing glass of wine for the prophet Elijah. Just as Santa
Claus's milk and cookies disappear, Elijah never fails
to mysteriously enter the house during the night and
drink his wine.
THE SACRED TRIDUUM
(The Sacred Three Days)
AT THE CHAPEL OF THE CROSS
April 8, 9, 10, 1982
"A new commandment I give unto you, that you love one
another as I have loved you."
8:00 PM FOOT WASHING, SOLEMN ANTHEMS,
LITURGY OF THE LORD'S SUPPER
Is it nothing to you, all you who pass by?"
NOON 3 PM THE THREE HOURS DEVOTION
(The faithful may come and go as obligations require.)
EASTER EVE (HOLY SATURDAY)
"Woman, why are you weeping? Whom do you Seek?"
10 PM THE GREAT VIGIL OF EASTER,
LIGHTING OF THE NEW FIRE, BAPTISMS,
FIRST EUCHARIST OF EASTER
arch of Dimes
EASTER DAY, SUNDAY, APRIL 11, HOLY COMMUNION AT
WMS cLKJ(Q)o ilea
The 12 Stagecoach
The 10 Steak Sandwich
Includes Baked Potato or French
Fries and Texas Toast with coupon
2 pm until 4 pm Monday thru Friday.
It takes a
down home meal
to really hit the
No. 12 and it's
Sizzlin it's wait
in' just for you,
chopped sirloin '
steak and mush
room gravy too.
or french fries
and Texas toast ,
So try it to-
day it's on '
and-p aimed, eggs are
profitable for UNC gr&d
By LI$BETH LEVINE
People know it's spring in Chapel Hill
'when the outdoor vendors begin to reap
pear on "Franklin Street. The first entre
preneur has been braving the fluctuating
climate for three weeks as she sells hand
painted Easter eggs in front of the Metho
dist church on East Franklin.
Susan Crider, a 24-year-old artist who
graduated from UNC two years ago,
handpaints butterflies, zodiac signs, maps1
of Argentina and other designs on the
hollowed eggs. For $1 extra, she will
create a personal message on the egg.
Some "Happy Easter" designs appear in
her basket of eggs.
Crider's interest in egg painting began
when she decided to make one as a birth
day present for her sister. Her mother
suggested that she try to sell the eggs for
Easter. " . : .
"I wanted to sell them personally and
not through a store,' Crider explained,
"so that I could do personal designs for
people. I've gotten lots of positive feed
back." Crider estimated that each egg took
two hours to complete. First she blows
out the egg, then blocks out the outline
for her Wr m magic marker. Crider
4DTH' seeks editor
for The Tar Heel
The Daily Tar Heel is taking applica
tions for the position of editor for The
Tar Heel, the weekly summer version of
the DTH. Interested persons should con
tact DTH editor John Drescher at
902-0245 or come by the DTH office in
the Student Union.
next paints the eggshell in watercolors,
and finally shellacks it. She stated that the
eggs are fairly durable.
The eggs sell for $4 if they are mounted
on a wooden base and $2.50 if they are
loose. Although the business may not be
considered lucrative by some, Crider said,
"At least I'm able to buy groceries now."
At this point a young woman ap
proached the table and after glancing at
the eggs, asked, "How much is this?"
After hearing the price, the woman rum
maged through her purse and produced a
$5 bill. She carefully inspected the eggs
before choosing a multi-colored geo
She explained that it was for her son.
"It's Easter," she said. "He is sick. I like
to cheer him up."
As Crider handed her the change, she
told of a bus driver who pulled up to the
curb with a bus full of children and
bought six eggs.
"People are real interested," she con
tinued. "A lot of people come over and
talk to me. I have a lot of fun."
She reported that males, especially
adult men, are her best customers.
"Must be the seller," commented a
male friend as he smiled at the freckled,
friendly blonde painting the eggs.
Staff to meet
There will be a mandatory meeting
for all DTH City writers, today at
4:30. Any writers unable to attend are
required to contact the office prior to
the meeting. Additionally, anyone in
terested in joining the City desk is ask
ed to attend the meeting.
MELTON'S EASTER SALE!
Large Group Tropical Wool Blend Suits,
Vested, By College Hall, Reg. $265 . . $99.90
Entire Remaining Stock Of Suits, Take An
Additional $10 Off Present Sale Price
Entire Stock Sport Coats-Take An Additional
$5.00 Off Present Sale Prices.
Closed Easter Sunday. Open Ail Day
Easter Monday. Sale Ends Hon., April 12
mUtmra GUotliinrt, (Hupbnwcb
Phone: 968-4408 HOURS: Mon.-Sat. 10-6:30; Sun. 1-5
163 E. Franklin St., Downtown Chapel Hill
Cupboards also in Greensboro & Charlotte
FREE VALIDATED PARKING
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before publication.
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
Classified Info t
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
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.
IS YOURS WELL-DESIGNED? Bring your plane to
the Union' Paper Airplane Contest and find out.
B-52's tickets will be given for design and distance.
1-3 pm. Thursday, April 15. Great Hall.
PRE LAW CLUB WILL sponsor discussions on
LSATs new format today 3:30 in 217 Union.
Everyone is invited. Nominations for election April 8
will also be taken. . ..
RAMS BAR AND GAME Room bow open!
lUppv honr Tnesdays and Thursdays 6-9 25C
draft. Ladies Bight Wednesday night Free
Beer for the ladles 7-9. Neat dress required.
510 West Franklin Street across from Chapel
Hill Newspaper. 4:30-1 Monday-Saturday.
AN EASTER SERVICE IN the Forrest Theater,
Thursday evening at 7:30. The North Chapter of
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship invites you to
THURSDAY AT PURDY'S - "Bottomless Cups"
- FREE BEER 8 'til MIDNIGHT! plus other
specials too good to advertise.
NORTH CAMPUS INTER-VARSITY Christian Fel
lowship will be having an Easter Service on Thurs.,
April 8th at 7:30 in Forrest Theater. Everyone is
ATTENTION ALL FRESHMAN WOMEN: Interest
ed in a scholarship for one semester's tuition?
Applications and details available at Union Desk
and 01 Steele Building for Panhellenic Scholarship.
Deadline extended to April 9.
AMERICANS FOR COMMON SENSE will have a
meeting at 7:30 tonight in Union 204. We will have
a presentation on migrant farm workers and elect
officers for next year. All progressives welcome.
lost Cz found
FOUND: A ROUND KEY ring with two keys.
Around Methodist Church area last Tuesday. Call
9684)359 to identify.
LOST: GOLD UNC 82 Class Ring. Name is
engraved inside. Lost sometime on Sunday night.
Please call 933-4364 and I'U identify.
FOUND: UMBRELLA IN GERRARD HaB Monday.
Call 933-5364 after 10:30 pm to claim it
FOUND SILVER CAR KEY and gold door key on
leather string near Tijuana Fat's. Keys are at the
FOUND - GOLD BRACELET IN Pit April 6.
Initials KAS at Union desk.
FOUND: POCKET CAMERA ON Franklin Street
Monday, March 29. 933-5763 to Identify.
FOUND: A BIRTHDAY CARD ON U-bus
Saturday. Call 933-4165 to identify.
LOST MONDAY NIGHT IN Granville a gold rope
chain bracelet and floating heart Reward. Call
LOST: GOLD ANKLE BRACELET with Initials
K.A.S. ingraved on plate. Lost it somewhere
between Caldwell and Union on path beside Lenoir.
Call 933-0603 Kim Stuntz.
FOUND: SINGLE KEY ON green key chain. On
sidewalk between Wilson & South Bldg. Call
933-5928 to claim.
AVOID SUMMER EMPLOYMENT HASSLE. Work
at Camp Greenville In the Blue Ridge Mountains of
South Carolina. Need summer secretary, crafts sup
ervisor, dining room supervisor, registered nurse
and a few general counselors (males). Apply to: Mr.
Gore, Box 5697, Greenville, SC 29606.
TELL YOUR NURSE FRIENDS that Camp Green
ville in the Blue Ridge Mountains is looking for an
R.N. Large, well equipped infirmary pkia private
nurse's quarters. Good pay, fun job, great location.
Apply to: Mr. Gore, Box 5697, Greenville, SC
TENNIS AND SCUBA STAFF Directors and assis
tants. New Hampshire boys' camp. June 20 Au
gust 21. Contact: John Klein, 28349 Chagrin Blvd.,
Cleveland, Ohio 44122. 216-831-4330.
SUMMER JOB OPEN1NGS-N.C, Va., S.C.
Earn $7.10hr. on campus April 13 & 14 Uni
versity Center Room "217 10:00 a.m. to 4:00
p.m. on the hour.
ENERGETIC PERSONS WANTED TO assist in
operation of unique food delivery business in Chapel
Hill. Assistant managers and drivers (with vehicles)
needed to work 6 pm til 2 am. 3 to 7 daysweek, be
ginning April 15. Schedules negotiable. Write Sweet
Delivery's, PO Box 667, Chapel Hill 27514; or call
933-5090, after 5 pm weekdays. j
GOT THE SUMMER JOB blues? We've got a great
one. Travel, experience, average savings last sum
mer $3500.00. Call for interview times 933-1600.
PART-TIME NIGHTS AND weekends. Apply in
person at Reed's Jewelers, University MalL
OVERSEAS JOBS - SUMMERYEAR round.
Europe, S. Amer., Australia, Asia. All Fields.
J 500-$1200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write
IJC Box 52-NC1 Corona Del Mar, CA 92625.
SOMEONE TO CARE FOR two children days
during summer. Tuesdays and Thursdays only. Call
STUDENTS WANTED: PART TIME work, approx.
2 hrs daily , Mon.-Thurs.; includes duties: vacuum
ing, dusting, etc Must be responsible and
conscientious. Call 942-3319 after 7:00 pm.
FINAL EXAMS MADE EASIER methods taught
by experienced Study Techniques experts: memory
techniques, test taking techniques, reduction of
stress one session class $15. Call 929-1483.
urantcd to rent
SUMMER SUBLET ONE BEDROOM unfurnished
University Lake apartment with option to take over
lease in August Rent negotiable. PooL laundry,
AC carpeting. CaO 929-4668.
TWO BEDROOM KINGSWOOD APT. for sublet
with option to renew in Fall. Partly furnished if
desired. Rent negotiable. Call 929-2007.
ONE MONTH, FREE! Tar Heel Manor offers
May's rent free when you sign a lease with us by
April 15. Roomy, two-bedroom apartments
with all the conveniences. O- bus route. Call us,
968-4711. Open M-F, 9-6; f t 10-3.
FOR RENT: FEMALES NEEDED to sublet two
bedroom Royal Park Apt. May June July with
option to pick up lease in August Call 929-2736.
INCREDIBLE SUMMER SUBLET NICE 3
bedroom home in Dogwood Acres AC, WD,
dishwasher, furnished, $125 per person phis Vi
utilities. Call 929-4180.
NEED A PLACE FOR the first session of summer
school only? We've got that place! Close to campus,
pool, AC, $109 a month, own room, prefer
females, call 967-6017. Available May 17th.
$60 REWARD! Sublet our two-bedroom Kingswood
Apt Mid-May til August. Option to renew. Shady
side stays cool! Spacious lawn, pleasant setting. .
FREE RENT FOR MAY and August sublease our
fully furnished 2 br Foxcroft Apt AC, pool, tennis,
sauna. 515 through 810. Call 933-9757 or
SUBLET VILLAGE GREEN CONDO. for summer.
Mile from campus. 2 bedrooms 2Vi baths; own
washer and dryer. Willing to negotiate price. Call
FOXCROFT APARTMENT FOR SUBLET: Two
bedroom, dishwasher. pooL weight room. Beside
tennis courts on D bus line. $375month. Available
mid-May. Call 967-9762.
2 ROOMS IN 3 bedroom house available for
summer sublet 1 room option for fall. Washer
dryer, walking distance, on bus route in Carrboro.
$100.00 month. Call 967-7673 anytime. 967-3014
FOR SALE! BASKETBALL SIGNED by UNC Na
tional Champion basketball team. Best Offer! Call
Peter Dodd at (919) 684-1672.
FOR SALE 10x50 MOBILE home on quiet wooded
lot 4 miles out. Furnished, washer, good condition
$3500. 930778. Jeff.
NEED SOME NEW CLOTHES? Need
cheap prices? Greet, bscsnaa IVe not
sonne reaCy nice thins, some only worn
once, most home made, and I want to sell
chess to yon! Sixes range from 11-14. ln
chtded ere: Jeans, bathing snHa.
style shirts, bkmses. two velonr
1 sun dress, a leather belt, two
around skirts with snatching blonses. a
pmHover sweater vest, bikinis, etc can't
wear these any snots and they're much
too good to throw away. Come by and
look at them and try them on. See Linda
at the DTH office between 10-4.
GREAT LOFT FOR SALE! Easily disassembled and
very sturdy. Two other lofts available also. Call
NEED ONE MALE ROOMMATE for Old Well Apt
starting in August Non-smoking, fairly studious.
$100month plus Vs utilities. Call Robert or Kerry
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED FOR Kingswood
Apt. beginning August Non smoker preferred. Vt
rent and utilities. Call Wayne 933-8165 or Tim
CONSIDERATE MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED
for 2-bedroom Kingswood Apt Begin in August
Prefer non-smoker. Call Wesley at 933-2515 or
Frank at 967-9061.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED TO share apart
merit' at the beach June-August 5185month
utilities. Location Kitty Hawk, N.C. CaO Pam,
NEED ONE NON-SMOKING quiet female to share
furnished Kingswood apartment for the summer. Vi
utilities first session; Vs utilities 2nd session, phis
rent Laundry, pool, L bus route. Call 933-7785.
NEED RIDE TO CHARLOTTE this weekend. Will
split gas cost Call Katherine, 933-3632.
I NEED A RIDE to D.C. area the weekend of April
23rd to 25th. Will share expenses and driving. Call
Tamara at 933-4311.
RIDE NEEDED FOR TWO to Washington D.C for
weekend of April 23-25. Will share expenses. Call
Cathy (933-3240) or Michelle (933-4289). Keep
$40 REWARD FOR YOUR house! 3 responsible
professional students seek a 3 or 4 bedroom house
in Chapel HOI. If your lease runs out this summer
give us a cafl. if we sign the lease you get the finders
fee. Dave 942-8953 evenings. .
A COPY OF WAUD'S Macro paperback (last
year's) is needed. Will pay reasonable price for used
copy. Call collect (814) 865-4549, during low rates.
SUGARPUMPKIN, LOVE, break Easter wonderful
a Have great are You .etc, braveness, trips road,
bunny easter, projects, rides, favors your all for
thanks. You for one's this, yes. Honeybunch.
LOST LAMBDA CHI ALPHA charm: fat area of
Hectors, Purdy's, or Connor Dorm parking lot.
Reward. Call 933-5195.
PATRICIA LYNN GOE31Y: When yon least
WORLD'S FAIR TOURS Don't miss this spectac
ular extravaganza! Jury 3-5, Sept 4-6. . $159
includes transportation, hotel accommodations,
tickets and much more. Call John Mitch ener at
7-FAIR for details now!
BOOPSIE AND WHICH, 11:30 pm? Nice
SHACKAGE at AB! Thought no one noticed?! . . .
- How "bout them SOPHOMORES! . . . Spring Fever
has definitely hid G.F.I. kcaR.
LADYSMITHS. CHAPEL HILL'S NEW private dub
for the contemporary professional man or woman
23 yrs. old and above. Opening soon! For informa
tion call 967-0202.
GET YOUR" WARDROBE SET for Easter. Best
selection ever of beh buckles, strips, and. earrings.
First quality: low prices. Call Tommy Wallace at
968-0221. Keep Trying!
NEED JOURNALISM 53 FROM 9:30-12:15
TTH? I have a pink slip, but want to take bio at
that time. If you'd like to exchange pink slips,
call Lynstey 933-7726.
HELP! WILL ANY WITNESSES of a bikecar
accident in front of Hardee's last Thursday please
cafl 942-1599. This biker would really appreciate
the help. .
SHHH ... ACCORDING TO WEBSTER'S:
SJSJ noun. An abbreviation referring to the
basketball extravaganza known as Slammin
Jamrnin' Springtime Jamboree a name to
NORBY - YOU'RE ROBBING THE cradle, but
who cares? I may not do your laundry for you, but I
like you anyway. I hope Roger picks on you for this!
AMERICANS FOR COMMON SENSE wffl have a
meeting at 7:30 tonight in Union 204. We will have
a presentation on migrant farm workers and elect
officers for next year. All progressives welcome.
NIC THIS IS GETTING embarassing! We can't
ignore each other with our fists and teeth clenched
for three more years. Please? Muffy. 1
BAKIY - SOUNDS GSEAT. bet dont
yon know The Porthole doesvt
TODAY IS BRUCE A. DAY. If you see Bruce today
give him anything he asks for.
TO BLOND FEMALE RUNNER from Curly-haired
musician. How about lunch? Meet at Old Well
Friday, April 9th at noon. Looking forward to
ITS PAKSOYS BIRTHDAY!! Give him a good
hug, hand him a drink, sing him the song.
NCAA Champs! Now, the rest of us can say,
"we're 1." You always could. Enjoy! Be happy.
Know you're loved.
KIMMIE C. - YO ED! Here's to wud nights at
Purdy's, 3 am grilled cheeses. Tar Heel
Championships, S & K (both variations), and many
drunken nights (is the fan on large?) Have a great
22nd and get ready to throw down at Myrtle Beach!
Your roomie, Yetta K.
PAM AND DAVID, HOW "bout those heels! Thanks
for championship hospitality and memories. Much,
much love, PatrJ.
MISS REINKE: TWILIGHT, CHEERS to great
friends, six day weekends, Sig Ep Chi, baseball
games, ALL those wrestlers, phoning in, and
Fish who drink! Thanks for putting up with the
CRIP. Love ya, Hoppy. ;
1981-82 BAND OFFICERS AND staff-congratulations
on making this years band the best ever!
Those who have criticized don't really know how
hard you've worked. Yours will be a hard act to
JOHN H. WHAT? No beer? Get rowdy! Pinner (on
you) Drinks (on me) before exams. Be good! But not
too good! Look out beach here we come! Love, Big
"PORKY" FARLESS, YOLTVE GUT some good
qualities. You're an ail around good guy with a well
'rounded personality. You've been an enormous
friend. Your little friends, Raymond and Hugh.
DR JAMES LEUTZE WILL speak on Contemporary
International Affairs at a meeting of the
Undergraduate History Association on Tuesday, 13
April at 4:00 in Room 213 of the Union. Everyone is
KAREN S. CONGRATULATIONS ON Nursing
School. Now its O.K. to have the Florence
Nightengale Syndrome, loving to do things with
your hands. Your Traveling Companion.