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with deserting France's mandatory military
service and was jailed in 1978.
The protesters were detained by police for
' , NEW YORK Brooke Shields says her big
gest fear about entering Princeton University
in the fall is "leaving home. I'm scared but ex
cited." But she added, "I hope that I'm not having
such a good time that academics become sec
. Miss Shields, in ah interview with Glamour
magazine, said she doesn't think her celebrity
status will be a problem. "Once people realize
that I'm not going to saunter in class and ex
pect the world... I think they'll give me a
chance," she said.
The actress and model said she plans to live
in a dormitory and have a roommate and call
her mother every night.
Miss Shields said she doesn't plan to take
acting courses and thinks she'll major in Eng
lish. "I don't want to take all science and math
courses," she said.
From Associated Press reports
PARIS About a dozen young men and
women marched nude down Paris' Champs
Elysees Tuesday calling for the release from
custody of an army deserter.
The group came out of the underground
passage leading from the Arch of Triumph
and walked for about 15 minutes down the
capital's main avenue. They carried a banner
that read. "No to uniforms. Free Mouminous
Jean-Paul Mouminous has been charged
APPETIZERS Cup Bow!
New England Clam Chowder 1.00 1.75
Shrimp Cocktail 3.75
'Shrimp, oysters, bay scallops, flounder, deviled crab)
LandLubber's Platter Small Large
(All of the above) .5.95 6.95
(2 or 3 of the above) ......... 4.95 6.50
SEAFOOD DINNERS Small Large
Shrimp 4.95 6.50
Oysters ......... . . 4.95 6.50
Bay Scallops 5.50 6.95
Deviled Crab 3.75 4.75
Flounder Filet ..... . .". 4.50 6.50
Cold Boiled Shrimp . , , ...... .5.95 6.95
Shrimp Salad 5.95 6.95
ALL YOU CAN EAT
Sunday Thursday Nights
ALASKAN SNOW CRAB LEGS
First Lb. . . .9.95 Each Additional Lb. . . 3.95
Fried Oysters ................ . . . . . . . 8.95
Fried Shrimp ......... , 7.50
Fried Filet of Flounder ................ 7.50
You can reorder any other fried "AH You Can Eat" Item of
equal or less cost than your original order. Sharing of All
You Can Eat Items cannot be permitted.
(Shrimp, oysters, scallops, flounder)
Dinners . . .;Jr. .. . :6.95
(One of the above)
Platter . ...... ...... .V. . . ..... . . . .7.50
(All of the above no substitutions)
LUNCH PLATES (Broiled add 75)
Served with slaw, hushpuppies and fries
Served on a bed of lettuce with tomato,
cottage cheese and deviled egg
Boiled Shrimp 4.50
Tuna Salad ...... 3.25
Shrimp Salad ................... 4.50
STEAMED DINNERS iLyen.ngs onlv
Shrimp ' ' lb in the shell .-. . .
Alaskan Snow Crab Legs n lb i
7.50 8 oz. Rib Eye Steak . . ....
7.95 Homemade Onion Rings .. .
Baked Potato ..... 1; , ..... I
Tossed Garden Salad
Mixed Beverages, Beer & Wine Available
All dinners are served lightly fried with cole slaw, hushpuppies and french fried potatoes.
25 Service Choree wOl he added for parties of 8 or more. .
i ne coasi pr iortn Carolina is tne
ideal home for a variety and abundance
of fish. And as North Carolina is known
for its fishing industry, it is known for
quality seafood restaurants. . . . Where
there's fish, there 're friers.
. . .50
And of all the towns on the coast.
Calabash, located on the border of North
and South Carolina, is most famous for
seafood. In Calabash more seafood is f
eaten in more restaurants than probably
anywhere on the coast.
Today. Calabash style seafood is
synonymous with lightly breaded, quick
fried seafood piled high on a large platter.
And that's how we serve you at
LandLubber's. We can broil your choice
of seafood, too.
Flounder . . 1 .75 Shrimp ... 2.50
SENIOR CITIZEN'S PLATTER
Flounder. .3.00 Shrimp ...3.50
BEVERAGES :. , . .... ............. .50
Coke, Tab, Sprite Hot Tea
Coffee Iced Tea
Milk'-'"-"" (sweetened or unweetenedl
Lemon Meringue Pie .............. 1.25
Now you don't have to be
vacationing on the coast to enjoy the best
seafood in fhe world You can visit
LandLubber's. We hope our fast, friendly
set vice and family price convince you to
visit often Or you can call ahead to order
take-out seafood. Calabash style, and
surprise vour family with a tasty meal at
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7 DAYS A WEEK
5 til 9
11:30 til 2:00
Free alterations lnclud
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up. We have the largest
selection ot Danskm
Large selection of
New. Fall Merchandise
ing sale merchandise
B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation in North Carolina
2 10 West Cameron Avenue Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514-4090
Orientation Activities 1983
Wednesday, August 24 2-4 p.m., Open house at Hillel. FREE!
Friday, August 26 Creative Shabbat services and dinner. Ser
,' vices at 6:30 p.m., dinner at 7:30 p.m. Reservations required by
Fri. noon. Cost: $3.50 chicken, $2.50 veggie. 10 discount for
Sunday, August 28 Barbecue on front lawn of Hillel House.
Cost $2.00 affiliates, $3.00 non-affiliates.
Hillel in North Carolina Is a responsive people oriented organiza
tion which seeks to meet the social, educational and religious
needs of the Jewish University community. Affiliation is $12.00 a
year. For more information as to what this small fee can bring
you, please contact Rina Wolfgang, Hillel Foundation, 210 W.
Cameron Ave., Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 or call" 919-967-0639.
171 E. Franklin
4B The Tar Heel Thursday, July 21, 1983