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2The Daily Tar HeelFriday. April 9, 1982
From page 1
At Easter time,
everything's all new and
fresh. The days are
getting longer, ana
seem to be much
brighter because of
that oreous. soring sun
shine. Everything is just so
nice at Easter. We at
Western Sizzlin Steak
House hope that this
Easter is even nicer than all
the rest, and that you'll
remember the true mean
ing of Easter.
Happy Easter from all .
your friends at Western
Sizzlin, including the
Western Sizzlin Easter Cow.
W e invite you to join us for a
delicious, anoraabie steaK
for lunch or dinner any
time of the year.
"PRIDE IN FABRIC CARE
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ONE FREE WASH & DRY
Limit one per customer.
Offer good in Carrboro store only.
Expires April 30, 1982
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's Paper Airplane Contest and find out.
B-52'8 tickets will be given for design and distance.
1-3 pm. Thursday, April 15. Great Hall.
RAMS BAR AND GAME Room now open!
llappy hoar Tuesdays and Thursdays 6-9 25 C
draft. Ladies night 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.
FRIDAY AT PURDVS - Happy Hour 3-8 1K
Draft and other specials too good to advertise.
(Come to Happy Hour and come back Friday night
at no charge!)
LEARN A NEW LANGUAGE ... Go Greek!
Spring Rush Sign-up April 19-22. For Fall Formal
Rush '82, at the Union between 11-5 pm. $10.00
registration fee. Registration is open to all registered
ALICE WASHINGTON'S AEROBICS CLASS will
not meet Monday, April 12 because the union
building will be closed.
lost i found
FOUND: A ROUND KEY ring with two keys.
Around Methodist Church area last Tuesday. Call
968-0359 to identify.
LOST: GOLD UNC '82 Class Ring. Name is
engraved inside. Lost sometime on Sunday night.
Please call 933-4364 and 111 identify.
FOUND: UMBRELLA IN GERRARD Hall 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.
rOUND: POCKET CAMERA ON Franklin Street
Monday. March 2't. 933-5763 to identify.
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CLEANERS & LAUNDROMAT
127 Fidelity St., Carrboro
7 A.M.-9 P.M. 7 Days A Week
Commercial & Retail Dry Cleaning
Laundry, Furs, Leather, Suede,
Wedding Dresses, Drapes
Winter & Summer Storage
One Day Service
All New Laundromat
Plenty of Parking .
FOUND: A BIRTHDAY CARD ON U-bus
Saturday.' Call 933-4165 to identify.
FOUND: SINGLE KEY ON green key chain. On
sidewalk between Wilson & South Bldg. Call
933-5928 to claim. '
MOTO-BE-GONE MY bicycle was stolen Tuesday
from in front of Fetzer Gym. It's a It. metallic purple
Motobecane Nomade 21" closed frame. Reward for
info, leading to recovery. Call Debbie 967-4463.
LOST: GREEN FOLDER FILLED with negatives
and prints for Physics 45. Need immediately!
Reward. Please call 967-4310.
FOUND: ONE GRAY SKI glove on X" bus
Wednesday morning. The guy in the checked coat
dropped it. Call Sharon Caudle at 929-7459.
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 plus private
nurse's quarters. Good pay, fun job, great location.
Apply, to: Mr. Gore, Box 5697, Greenville, SC
TENMS 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 OPENINGS-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 days week, be
ginning April 15. Schedules negotiable. Write Sweet
Deliveries, PO Box 667, Chapel Hill 27514; or call
933-5090. after 5 pm weekdays. , . , .
GOT THE SUMMER JOB blues? We've H 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.,1 Australia, Asia. All Fields.
$500-51200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write
1JC Box 52-NC1 Corona Del Mar, CA 92625.
SOMEONE TO CARE FOR two children days
during summer. Tuesdays and Thursdays only. Call
POOL MANAGER SWIM COACH position
available. Forest Oaks Country Club, Greensboro.
Local Contact. Call 942-2132 anytime.
1 Sizzlin Sirloin
Including Baked Potato
or French Fries and
PI HQ PRFF
Coloring Books. . .
While Supplies Last.
324 Rosemary St.
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Main St, Cantwo
ONE SWEATER CLEANED
Limit one per customer.
With any dry cleaning order.
Offer good in Carrboro store only.
Expires April 30, 1982
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before publication.
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.
FAST, ERROR-FREE TYPING. The Electric Typist.
Experienced, professional typist. Computer check
for accuracy. Same-day service on papers. Lowest
rates on manuscripts. 942-1067.
TWO BEDROOM KINGS WOOD 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. On bus route. Call us,
968-4711. Open M-F, 9-6, Sat. 10 3.
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 2Vt baths; own
washer and dryer. Willing to negotiate price. Call
2 ROOMS IN 3 bedroom house available for
summer sublet. 1 room option for fall. Washer
dryer, walking distance, on bus route in Carrboro.
SlOO.OOmonth. Call 967-7673 anytime. 967-3014
in afternoons. .
CAROLINA APT. AVAILABLE IN mid-May. Two
bedrooms. New carpet. Call 967-3842. i
RENT NEGOTIABLE FOR SUBLETTING Foxcroft
Apt. 2 bedrooms, dishwasher, AC, on D bus route.
Furnished. For information call 968-0459 anytime.
SUBLET GRAHAM COURT APT. One block
behind Carolina Inn. For two or three people. For
more information call 968-1241.
FOR SALE! BASKETBALL SIGNED by UNC Na
tional Champion basketball team. Best Offer! Call
Peter Dodd at (919) 684-1672.
munity ties, a monopoly on local news
and fewer distribution problems, she
"If it is a good newspaper in a small
town, TV can't compete with you, radio
can't compete with you, cable TV can't
compete with you, and big newspapers
can't compete with you," said Orville
Campbell, publisher of The Chapel Hill
Campbell said some small-town after
noon papers like his have shifted to mor
ning publication. "After careful study,
we decided not to do it, he said. "If we
are a strictly local newspaper, and we
cover the news the way it should be
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Come in or call for applications.
Granville Towers at University Square 929-7143
2,000 LPS, CASSETTES, 8-TRACKS $1.00-$3.00.
Rock, Classical, Jazz, Wave, etc. Mon., April 5th
thru Sat., April 10th 12-6 p.m. FOUNDATION
BOOKSTORE, 136 E. Rosemary beside Molly
1980 KAWASAKI 440CC, 1450 miles, $1500.
Moving, NEED to SELL. 596-8991.
BROADWAY ON TOUR TK for sale. Excellent
seats, main I loor. Two for April 17th show "They're
Playing Ouf Song." Asking ticket value. 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. Vz
rent and utilities. Call Wayne 933-8165 or Tim
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED TO share apart
ment at the beach June-August. $185 month.
utilities. Location Kitty Hawk, N.C. Call Pam,
NEED ONE NON-SMOKING quiet female to share
furnished Kingswood apartment for the summer. Vt
utilities first session; li utilities 2nd session, phis
rent. Laundry, pool, L bus route. Call 933-7785.
TWO FEMALE ROOMMATES NEEDED to share
large Foxcroft Apt. Starting Aug. V rent utilities.
CaB 933-6274 or 933-6262.
NEED ONE TO THREE female roommates to
share a Foxcroft Apt. for the summer. Option to
continue lease in fall of 1982 call 929-6405 soon.
-1 NEED A RIDE to D.C area the weekend of April
23rd to 25th. Will share expenses and driving'. Call
Tamara at 933-4311. .
wanted to rent
$40 REWARD FOR YOUR house! 3 responsible
professional students seek a 3 or 4 bedroom house
in Chapel HSU. If your lease runs out this summer
give us a call. If we sign the lease you get the finders
fee. Dave 942-8953 evenings.
PROFESSOR ON SABBATICAL DESIRES to rent
' a furnished house or apartment for 1982-83 from
" late August to end of May. Contact Professor Robert
Coburn, Philosophy Dept. DK-50, Univ. of Wash.,
Seattle. WA 98195.
covered, people will buy the paper at any
time." He said many Chapel Hill
residents read the big morning papers
from Raleigh, Durham and Greensboro,
"but we have the afternoon pretty much
The Gastonia Gazette, which is
published weekday afternoons and
weekend mornings, is branching out into
cable television. Gazette Cable News of
fers 24-hour United Press International
news stories as well as 20 to 30 local
stories each day. Display ads and weather
information are, also broadcast. Unlike
regular television news, printed words ap
pear on the screen.
in the Summertime!
Summer in Chapel Hill is a special experience.
Granville Towers will help you enjoy it to its
fullest we offer our residents 15 meals a
week Sunday dinner through Friday lunch.
You don't have to worry about the time and ex
r pense pf shopping, -preparing meals, cleaning
-idishesot-missing mealsljbri out-of-town week
ends. We provide maid service, an active social
program, air-conditioning, a pool, cable TV in
the lounges, and much
only $350 per session.
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
WORLD'S FAIR TOURS Don't miss this spectac
ular extravaganza! July 3-5, Sept. '4-67 $159
includes transportation, hotel accommodations,
tickets and much more. Call John Mitchener at
967-FAIR for details now! ..
MARY ANNE HOUSE - COME by DTH
Office to pick up your money. ,
LADYSM1THS. CHAPEL HILL'S NEW private club
for the contemporary professional man or woman
23 yrs. old and above. Opening soon! For informa
tion call 967-0202.
TO BLOND FEMALE RUNNER from Curly-haired
musician. How about lunch? Meet at Old Well
Friday, April 9th at noon. Looking forward to
DR JAMES LEUTZE WILL speak on Contemporary
International Affairs at a meeting of the Undergrad
uate History Association on Tuesday, 13 April at
4:00 in Room 213 of the Union. Everyone is
SHHH...A BASKETBALL GAME starring
UNC senior FOOTBALL players, varsity
coaches, and area TV and radio personalities?
So that's a Slammin' Jammin' Springtime
DARLING, FOR OUR SECOND Anniversary
sneak away with me to the beach again! Meet me at
the same time and place Your Abductress.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 1982-83 UNC
Marching Band officers: Karen, Kenny, & Janice.
The best trio since the 3 musketeers. I knew you
could do it! Love, T.B.
MSB in, THIS ONE'S for you Muffin! Thank you for
looking after me last weekend. I love you and hope I
find you in my Easter Basket! Hoppy Easter! SMF.
NEED SOME NEW CLOTHES? Need
cheap prices? Great, because Tve not
sosse really nice things, some only worn
once, ssost boose asade, and I want to sell
them to yon! Sizes range from 14-11.
Included are: jeans, bathing snits,
western style shirts, blouses, two velour
dresses, 1 san dress, a leather belt, two
wrap-aronnd skirts with matching
blouses, a pullover sweater vest, bikinis,
etc I can't wear these any more 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
TO THE 4TH FLOOR Joyner Easter Runny. Thanks
for being so special! We love you! Isaac, Butterball,
The Gazette also operates a 24-hour
classified ad station, with weather,
forecasts appearing at the bottom of the
screen. The stations which began broad
casting Feb. I, are carried on two Gaston
County cable systems, and will join
another system this month.
Publisher Jonathan Segal said The
Gazette entered the cable news field now
because in the future, as profit potential
increases, newspapers might not be
granted access to cable since non
newspaper investors could afford to pro
duce cable news. "As technology im
proves, at least we'll have our foot in the
door," he said.
DEAR CAT WOMAN, THE sixteenth is your night!
Check your mailbox for details. W.H. Wolf.
MATT JERLES - COME BY DTH OSSem
to pick up yoor check.
TO THE ETHER BUNNY with no "hare" and long
ears (not to be confused with "no ears") . . . the
chickens from Cobb smile Thanks! Love you!
MANUEL ESCUCHA Y COMPRENDE la candon
por favor "Making Love" La Rosa Blanca.
MANDY, I KNOW SOMEBODY who
works at tks PortkoU. and tksy ars
opening for Breakfast next wsak. Let's
not asiss tkose delicious Danishes. See
yon Thnrsdayl Barry.
HEY TOI - YEA YOU, D.B. - Left make these
last 5 weeks and 2 days the best ever that is, until
certain worldly people return from theif certain
worldly travels! And congrats for two "yes's"! Love,
NAP, DID ADMINISTRATORS CANCEL
Monday in honor of your birthday? Iinpreanve!
Happy 19th a little early your calculus buddy,
Ellen? Elaine? Irene? hrena?
TIM BAKER-COME BY DTH Office to
pick np yonr check.
ELBO. HAPPY 21ST TO the most beautiful and
lovable little lady in the world! Have a happy day
and 1 love you bunches!! Me.
TO: CHRIS (APRIL FOOL'S), Kathy (Turn the
radio up). Matt (B-baH cat), Greg (I'm trippm),
Steve (The khaker), Sara (The Park), Irv (Space
Monster), Norman (Silly Boy), Jo Anne (Co-Cola),
Allison (say it clow), WELT, What's the deal.
Quarters, Buzz, let's go GhJmghouling, It's
Catching and youH never know! Happy Easter! We
love all! The Nancer and Seal.
RPOTU OH YOO-IIOO. We love yota
EPOTU. Cnrty hair, face of fair, prettier
than a mare! Bme eyes, petit size, yon
give urn a rise! e.e. and m. alias AE.
GLAD -1 FELL IN Love with your "My heart will
'always' be 'yours " Like everything else you ever
touched. "Boy-anges exist!" "Don't let go, ever."
BUD STUD: JUST WANTED to wish you a Happy
Easter! 1LY, your "angel"?
LYNN. HELEN, SHARON. AMANDA, EEzabeth.
Mary, Holly. B:U. Dee, Dr. Stumpf, Mike Mercedes,
all other moral supporters. Smith Corona, and
especially Johnny It's finished! Thanks for puSng
me through all 81 pages! Jen.