North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
Fellowship and Bible Study: Campos Christian Fellow
ship meets every Thursday at 7 p.m. at 204 Glenburnie St.
(end of East Rosemary Street). Call 942-8932 for more in
formation. An exhibition of Oila Male Foushee's Watercolorc will
be on display until July 30 in the North Gallery of the
Morehead Building. Call 962-1248 for more information.
Focus on Photography will be on view through Sept. 4
at Ackland Art Museum. Call 962-2091 for more informa
tion. . -
The American Dance Festival will present Dance from
France through Saturday at 8 p.m. at Page Auditorium at
Duke. Call 684-M02 for more information.
Paris in the Great Age of Exhibitions: French Salon
Paintings from Southern Collections will be on view
through Aug. 21 at the N.C. Museum of Art in Raleigh. .
Call 833-1935 for more information.
The Esmark Collection of the Four Seasons of Rural
life, an exhibition of 86 lithographs produced by Currier
& Ives, will be on display at the North Carolina Division of
Archives and History in Raleigh through SepU 15. Call
733-5722 for more information. ' -
Rituals and Celebrations, a show of members works, is
on display now through July 24 at CenterGallery 118
Main St , Carrboro. Call 967-1316 for more information.
Whose Life Is It Anyway? will be presented by the
Raleigh Ensemble Players at the Raleigh Little Theater
through July 23 at 8 p.m. Call 821-4579 for more informa
Body Heat, with William Hurt and Kathleen Turner,
will be shown at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Admission is free with
valid UNC ID or Union Privilege Card.
Sky Rambles is shown at the Morehead Planetarium
every Friday at 7 p.m. Call 933-1236 for more informa
tion. "Optimal Allocation of Computational Resources in
VLSI," a colloquium, will be held at 10:30 a.m. in Room
210 New West Hall. Zvi M. Kedem, computer science pro
fessor at the State University of New York at Stony Brook,
will consider the following question: Given chip area A, '
how to optimally allocate jit among IO pads, memory and
wiring (internal communication) so that some function of
interest can be computed in the minimum time T?
Nature Walks through the garden are available each
Saturday at 10 a.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m., free of charge,
in the Botanical Gardens on the 15-501 . Bypass. Call
967-2246 for more information.
Julia, with Jane Fonda and Vanessa Redgrave, will be
shown in the Union Auditorium at 7 p.m. Admission is
free with valid UNC ID or Union Privilege Card.
Jimmy Buffet win appear
in concert at the Carowinds
Paladium at 7 p.m. Call (704)
588-2606 for more informa
tion. Champagne Charlie - will
perform in the Sunday Jazz
Series from 7 to 10 p.m. at the
Art School in Carrboro. Call
929-2896 for more information.
. - MONDAY
Monday Night Live will be
held 8:30-10:30 p.m. at the
ArtSchooI. Call 929-2896 for
La Cage Aux FoIJcs II will -be
shown in the Union Auditorium at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Ad
mission is free with valid UNC ID or Union Privilege
Card. .- .
The American Dance Festival will present Young Com
panies tonight and Tuesday night at 8 p.m. in Page Audi
torium at Duke. Call 684-6402 for more information.
A square dance and clogging workshop is
ha I I
tf 1 r
Present this Ccinon tVIicri rdcrinn
?i (0X0) ((.
.,4vr .: . . ,-;n
r J t
JJT f n n i ?i r
THE Dally CrcsGivciti' W
10 Island naar
17 Active on
23 Created -
24 Wins first
29 La Douce
33 Depot: abbr.
38 Eye amor-'
45 Portico of
pist 48 Ciose-moutf-iftd
58 Be defeated
63 C --:' -r"i':e!y
Ct l 'a
V . 3
. 3 A - -n
r , r t r
70 A t
P. 5 . 1
. 7 Wonderland:
- ice block
9 Ci strum -
10 t4S it5S-.
11 Eye part
12 Droplet "' ..
21 King of
25 Jog '.
25 Times of
32 River of
31 t'srchy ' '
33 Related '
43 Strong wind
57 Greek god
53 fi'ask on
60 Utah state
Sea solution to today's puzz!5 on psrp 4
I n I j u -3 I Tt "4 'i ,a u 12 i3
14 , is .
II T7" -
" t i Ji -tl
ii" J4 j J '.; -
4a , i" - T ' I
I i '
, aj i3 jt
H ij ' l i
I I . f I -
""" 1 l
I" 111 TTTT iTTlI
Tuesday at the Community Church of Chapel HOI on
Purefoy Road. The Apple Chill Cloggers will sponsor the
workshop at 7:30 p.m. The square dance,, with music by
the Red Rose Flyers, will run 8-11 p.m. Call 942-8247 for
The Carolina Gay Association will have a potluck din
ner at 6:30 p.m. Directions will be posted on the door of
the CGA office located in Suite D of the Carolina Union.
Call 962-4401 for more information.
The American Dance Festival will present Eiko Koma at
8 p.m. in Page Auditorium at Duke. Call 684-6402 for
. more information.
Suddenly Last Summer, with Katherine Hepburn, Eliza
beth Taylor and Montgomery Clift, will be shown in the
Union Auditorium at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Admission is free
with valid UNC ID or Union Privilege Card.
Silent Night, an evening of classic silent films will be
shown at 7:15 and 9 p.m. at the ArtSchooI. Call 929-2896
for more information.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Need a lawyer? If you are a full-time student let us get
on your case. Student Legal Services, Suite 222 of the Stu
dent Union, is open 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. each day the Univer
sity is in session.
PLAZA l-Trading Places at 2:35, 4:50, 7:05, and 9:20.
PLAZA 11 War Games at 2:30, 4:50, 7:10 and 9:30.
PLAZA III Porky s II: the Next Day ends today with
showings at 3:15, 5:15, 7:15 and 9:10. Staying Alive opens
Friday at 3:15, 5:15, 7:15 and 9:10.
Carolina Blue Return of the Jedi at 12, 2:15, 4:50,
7:10 and 10:00. , .., '
Carolina VblttOctopussy at 12, 2:30, 4:45, 7:25 and
Ram I Superman III at 2:30, 4:50, 7: 10 and 9:30.
Ram FJ Survivors at 3, 5, 7, and 9:15.
Ram m StrokerAce ends today with showings at 3, 5,
7 and 9. Snow White opens Friday with showings at 3, 5, 7
Carolina Durham The Long Good Friday ends today
with showings at 7 and 9. The Draughtsman's Contract
opens Friday with showings at 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9.
Compiled by Arts & Features Editor Joel Katzenstein.
custom framing dry mounting
graphics prints posters
pwrk tORp of me eviu sriui
THE 56 HCmS AR ACTOTC JUL
is Ann-iMTEoeourtu ciArm?.'
A CINewMIC TOY 5T0R6 FOR THfc
Fieate wwpep.' if kips knew
WHAT WAS GOOP FOR H,TViV
GO see REAL fMbf...
WOi, ? IS TH15 UCT9Jnt,UM..
THE FlICK V "STAR WARS CHAP -Her'6IT
A "WRAP ? SHOUtP&eTTDTHe
MR. LXA5? THINK 50... ,y &
I lift LS&
KNOW HOW TO
Xfl KUI&HT5 TONT
WAIT 15 V6A.RS FOR .
WAS IN 'RETURN
OF THE JEPI
Ali LAST .
' THRJtUNO, SON
i . - -.
i y'l vw
t&U, I CAN ONLY HOPE
MX FACEP tWRTH WAPER WfTH
M0R 6RAW0THAM YOU
W THAT 5y& YOU F0WNP -N
fWT CARE FOR
SNAIL SLAYER .'
of anxietcs is again
OPEN FOR YOUR SU6-
cowscious omjtx&jss.! u
t A n
I HIV - W
WEU- WHAT HORRORS
W0UU? YOU UKE T0NI&HT ?
WONSTERS 7 P0LTER6I5T5 ?
P&NTIST5 WATT ' I KNOW..
COCKROACHeS WALKING ON
SLEEPS WITH HIS
V '. " 1
SURPRISE FOR YOU
VE5.' YOUR FUTURE
TRIALS AHP TRIBULATION?
MY PU6HT5 ANP PICKLES
ANXIETIES WHICH MW CAN START
T3B6? WORRYINO ABOUT
OH THIS IS SUCH A
GAS l a 60 SEN?
OUT THE FRST ONE
V1' l '
HI. m BUTCH LEP9ER6ER
puking 1989 I'll ee
BEATING YOU UP EV6KY
WYIM FRONT OF THE
12 The Tar Heel Thursday, July 14, 1983
AN ANXIETY TO K.
UH...HEO0. I't BETSY MARPie...
ARE WAN THE FIRST GIRL
ANXIETY YOU'LL EWER KISS :
OF MINE? - j
IT'LL BE PURIN& A JUNIOR HIGH
SCHOOL PARTY IN t988... ABOUT
60 PEOPLE WW, 8E WATCHING WN
YOUU- etHPOJtR TO KISS ME ANPi
MIS5 WY MOUTH BY A FULL THREE
INCHES NEARLY SEVERING MY
RIGHT NOSTRIL WITH WUR BRACES
WHILE YOU KNOCK A BOWL OF
-AU. OF WHICH WW, LEAVE
ME AN EMOTIONAL WRECK
FOR THE REST OF MY TRAU-
MftTIZEP APOLESCENT UFE.
YOU'RE NOT FEEUNG GUILTY
' ABOUT THIS ARE YOU'
" - i f,
OF COURSE, I
EN PEP UP IN A