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2The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, September 19, 1984 Student Television Via wing Schedule for the week of Sept 19-25 9:30 p.m. Campus Profile An investigative program providing infor mation, insight and potential solutions ' to problems and controversies facing ; students. 10 p.m. STV; This Is It An enter taining program providing a fun, dynamic and creative view of student life. s l vww-. Coming next week: Carolina Body works A 30-minute aerobic workout All shows will be aired at the same times every day of the week, Wed. Tues., on Village Cable Channel 11. Wcittimicj Teot The Daily Tar Heel 106 Howell Hall 8 p.m. Thursday All Shampoos are Not the 967-2887 106 Henderson St Above Hectors Haircuts FormuUlttl (nuim- $10.50 Reg. $15.50 $10.00 Off Hi-Lighting & Perms Good Thru Oct 1. 1984 Please Bring Coupon X and the Avia 680 delivers! A men's training shoe for those who take their running seriously. The cantilever sole absorbs the shock of running far better than conventional flat-soled shoes: The special ripple sole design gives the RT-680 a dual-action shock absorbing system which better protects your feet, ankles LA and knees against the wear and tear of . running. No other shoe promises foot stability from heel to toe. So push this shoe to the limit. It won't down. acouw Inom Mffo Gow Snxxr t wot Id Sunmr for Willow Creek Shopping Center 602 -Q Jones Ferry Rd Carrboro. NC 27510 SlSSDiilKS'CL 31 Gil announcements STV fs ipoMwbg Mtt CMtttt for (Mr T-Urts. Whmt recciw a tsmm STV aUrt. Drop dMtrimm by Sdte D by Mxt Wifaw day. STV a fc hum teafekt at M p.m. M nSmam CmU: C tm UNC i STVt NON-SMOKING MALES, age 18-35, are needed to participate in EPA breathing research on the UNC campus. Pay is 5 per hour. For more information, caB 966-1253 Mon Fri, 8-5pm. BLACK MEN AND BLACK WOMEN $45 wOl W paid to fctaallfcy aoi aga 1S-35 rw plsts aa EPA braatfciaa. st4y aa UNC caB 96 1253 MoaaUy-Friaay CAREER NIGHT Industrial Relations, Sociology, and other social science majors, Wednesday, 7 KM p.m.. Great Hall of the Union. A chance to meet potential employers, alumni, and representatives of graduate and professional programs and of on-campus career-planning services. FOB THOSE INTERESTED IN WOSUNG ON HOMECOMING '84, than tvSJbaa ustiae today Wad. 919 at 3.-C4 ia raoat 229 of Aa Uaioa. , CAREER PLANNING COMMITTEE OF ABS wOl meet Wednesday. Sept 19 3:30 220NC. Please attend! H unable to make the meeting, please leave a note at ABS office T4NC Thanks. FABULOUS SHOWMEN 3 k J CALL 967-4273 FOR INFO WIS HUNT Meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in Murphy III. DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITYTO SERVE YOUR STATE AND COUNTRY! PITCHER SPECIAL $1.75 110 N. Columbia (Behind Spanky's) f TONIGHT AT ; j ELLIOT'S NEST J Gromyko visits top-ranking officials The Associated Press Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko, who stayed away last year, arrived in New York Tuesday as the U.N. General Assembly opened its 39th session with appeals for the two super powers to resume arms negotiations. Outgoing assembly President Jorge Illueca of Panama called on the Soviet Union and the United States to take "urgent and meaningful steps'4 to halt the arms race and "to return to the negotiating table." Illueca's successor, Paul Lusaka of Zambia, said he regretted "the present low ebb in the relationship between the two super powers." "We should make a strong appeal to the great powers to urgently explore every avenue to resume dialogue in a DC-8 cargo jetliner crashes in Ecuador The Associated Press QUITO, Ecuador A DC-8 cargo jetliner struck a perimeter fence while taking off from the Quito airport Same! Whether You Have DRY. BRITTLE. THIN or OILY HAIR HAS THE RIGHT SHAMPOO FOR YOU! ASSURE SHAMPOO - lot Xoim.il lit I H.iit THERAPPi SHAMPOO lot Orv H.illti- H.ni EXOH SHAMPOO -loi Oik H.ur t S,.il,i VITA-TRESS BIOTIN SHAMPOO ' Iih I mv I hm H.iii OTANOIl SHAMPOO lii ( hciim.ilU Ifr.ilciJ in I xi 'mi.v in K I tait ilk in pfolrtMiHUl lull si i Iiiik ulitm tor the K0 M l PiikIihIv Mr xild i 10 OFF let you na set suppy Open Mon.-Sat. 10-6 929-8507 Minority Career Fair, Thursday, Sepember 20, 12 noon 5ptn, Carmichael Auditorium. Open to aO students. Opportunity to talk with representatives from 84 companies. STV IS BIGGER THAN EVER! Watch tonight, 9:30, Gatti's, Four Comers, He's Not Here: Two great shows "Campus Profile", "This Is Itr are featuring YOU! UNCS WOMEN'S RUGBY CLUB welcomes new members to our champion team. Practices are Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:30 on Ehringhaus field. For more information contact Lisa Jordan at 967-1875. Come try this exciting, growing sport. Subway Would Like to Thank all the Styro-S tampers who Participated in the "Stamp Out S tyro-Food" Promotion last week. If your name is listed below, come by the Chapel HiO store and claim your tee-shirt. AD tee-shirts must be claimed by Monday. Sept. 24, 1984. Bring your Ld. John Van Houten, Steve Mutter, Katty Donley, Tasker Fleming, John Hyde, Dan Munger, David Fortney, John Gibbons, Clarice Bickford, Sister Andrews, Randy Hoke, Mike Kornegay, Tommy O'Brien, Jim Kurz, Jim Vandermeer. David Jottndrov, Bess A Lee, Alton Walker, Russ Hawes, Pennington, Chris Godwin, Andrea Ousley, Preston Jones, Simon Teang, Rajus Har. services TOTAL FINANCIAL PLANNING: For stocks, bonds, IRA's, Annuities, Custodial Accounts and Tax-advantaged investments, caB Mike Strong, Prudential-Backe Securities in the Courtyard, 942-0895. ABORTION TO 20 WEEKS. Private and confidential GYN facility with Saturday and weekday appointments available. Pain medication given. Free Pregnancy Tests. 942-0824. TYPING. $1.25 per page. Free correction of typos. Other services include: rough draft availability pickup and delivery proofing, and emergency service. Call 489-6896 between 10am and 4pm. FRESHLY BAKED COOKIES Buy 3 cookies get one free! ' tliQ gooIiec jar 112 W. Franklin Street (beside HaagervDazs) capi SilSlS 0p(2IilM! Apply now for Spring&Summer "85" Positions Call: 942-4057 966-3761 spirit of understanding, responsibility and flexiblility," Lusaka told the 158 member assembly, which will remain in session until the end of December. "The world is not safe when the great powers are not engaged in serious dialogue to control and to halt or freeze the ever increasing modernization of nuclear weapons,"he added. Gromykos special Aeroflot jetliner landed at Kennedy Airport at 2:56 p.m. EDT. Mark Marchese, a spokesman for the Port of New York Authority, said the plane's manifest listed a 31 -member Soviet delegation. Gromyko is sche duled to address the General Assembly next Tuesday. His arrival set the stage for President Reagan's first meeting with a top Soviet official. The 75-year-old Gromyko, who has yesterday and smashed into nearby houses, killing at least 48 people and injuring more than 50, local news reports said. The government did not release any casualty figures. Red Cross officials said many of the people injured in about a dozen homes nit by the aircraft suffered burns as the craft exploded in flames. "At least 30 people died, including the four crew members" of the plane operated by the Ecuadorian company AECA, said Efren Recalde, head of the 8 3 nUJiJ ViJjr T33Lfrr- -aj n&EEfc . r ?2 -j!t-iiiuj WAaryj. rr.T.L-rtnTTj. N REAL PIT r D D O N 501 Bypas at Elliott RdS t Irll V v.napci mil 933-9248 J hi 9A k' X' All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Classified ad must be received by 12 (noon) one business day before publication. Display classified ads must be received by 12 (noon) two business days before publication. EJ.& COMPANY gives you the most for your money. Four hours of your favorite jam for only $140 call Andy Pittman at 967-8871. help wanted ASTHMATICS NEEDED! $12 wQ be paid stpoa i of aa EP A brcatkias tfca UNC . Tim coami itsat ia aboat 2 bows. To qaalify yoa aaaat h a kaahky, ao a-aaiokias Atic white Bkala, mam 18-35. Plaaaa caB Dr. DeaaM Himlaii at 541-384, Moaday-Friaay, PIZZA HUT Now taking applications for personnel that can workl or 2 day shifts per week. Abo some nite positions available. Apply between 2 and 5pm M.-F. No phone calls please. 109 E. Estes Drive. ACNE STUDY Women 18-40 years good health mild to moderate facial acne 12 week free study safe, known effective medicine phis cosmetics $40 to patient to complete study. CaB 682 8929 Durham or 942-0512 Chapel Hill Tues-Fri 8-5pm. STUDENT LEADERS: help coordinate formation of Triangd Area Chapter New Oxford Society national collegiate organization of Traditional Episcopalians for fellowship, study, service. CaB Fr. Stenhouse 942-3342 SALES INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY valuable busi ness experience for your resume as weB as high income potential. A major national financial corporation which is rated best in its field in Fortaato magazine survey. Offers coBege students and internship opportunity that can lead to a career in management. For details and appointment caB Scott Hoffman after 1pm at 942-4187. BRADMANS IS NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for kitchen staff positions. Undergrads (freshmansophomores preferred), must be available nights and weekends 24 days a week. Previous experience not as important as a positive attitude and willingness to learn. Apply in person at Breadman's 337 West Rosemary St. NEEDED COOKS, DRIVERS AND WAITRESSES. Apply in person at 208 W. Franklin St at Peppi's Pizza. PROGRAMMER NEEDED on per job basis. Access to mam frame computer and printer. Work with 9 track tapes. Phone Business Comp 929-1108. Contraceptive Health Education Clinic OUT YOUR OPTIONS information to help you decide Student Healtti Service wealth Education Suite 2nd floor for Uore information CALL 966 2281 - EXT 275 Forced Intercourse Sexual Assault CHEC Contraceptive Health Education Clinic 966-2281, ext. 275 ask your RA or group leader to call us for presentations on rape awareness & prevention cum Uf Sea met with eight other American presi dents in the Oval Office, will confer with Reagan at the White House on Sept. 28, a day after he meets in New York with Democratic presidential nominee Walter F. Mondale. The breakdown in U.S.-Soviet nego tiations on strategic and intermediate range missiles is expected to be a major topic in Gormyko's talks. As in the past, Gromyko probably will make new or revised -arms control proposals when he addresses the assembly. Reagan will be the first speaker when the assembly begins general debate on Monday. High-level U.S.-Soviet talks begin Sept. 26 when Gromyko meets Secre tary of State George P. Shultz on the sidelines of the U.N. session. Ecuadorian Aviation Co. at the Quito airport. A local television station reported at least 48 people were killed and more than 50 injured. The plane was headed for a 35-minute hop to Guayaquil, the final leg of a trip that began Monday night in Miami, Fla. Recalde said the plane arrived in Quito with a 50,000-pound cargo and had unloaded about 19,000 pounds in Quito. He did not say what the plane was carrying, but the area was littered with baby bottles and watches. Police cordoned off the area as rescue crews dug through the wrechage of the plane and houses to remove the victims. An automobile parts store also was demolished. "4f v " "JI "t 'vv 37 Avoid the lottery blues. Apply now! All apartments on the bus line to UNC Fantastic Social Program. Call today for full information. 967-223 1 or 967-2234. In North Carolina call toll-free 1-800-672-1678. Nationwide, call toll-free 1-800-334-1656. The Apartment People TWO GRADUATE STUDENTS WITH EXCELLENT TYPING AND PROOFING SKILLS NEEDED, 15-20 hours per week, one day time and one night time. Prefer 60 words per minute typing speed (with accuracy). Some word processing experience desirable. Temporary positions (3-9 months) with possibility of part-time or ful-tit employment later. $4.50 to $6.00 per hour based on experience. Send resume to Al Lyerly, Carolina Population Center UNC CH, University Square East, Campus(300-A) Equal Opportunity Employer Now hiring students for these daytime hours: (Desk) Tuesday 11-2, Friday 8-noon; (Operations) MWF 9-1 or 9-11; TTh 11-12:30. Inquire at Carofina Union Information Desk. WANTED: HEALTHY MALES to participate in an alcohol study. Must be age 19-30. Requires 3 lab visits of 8-10 hours each. $75 wiB be paid on completion fo study. For information write Mr. J. AIDinn 1124 FX.O.R 231-H Unc Chapel HiO, N.C. 27514 or phone 919-966-1154. COLONEL CHUTNEY'S is now accepting applications for employment to its kitchen staff. Experience desired, but not necessary. Instruction in aH aspects of professional cuisine wiO be provided, with additional training at the Culinary Institute available. Fresh seafood and shellfish are our specialties. Wage commensurate with starting position and experience. Tuition assistance provided to students. Apply in person 4:30-5:30 Mon-Fri at 300 W. Rosemary St. Chapel HiH CAN YOU ADD, TELL TIME OR READ ALOUD? Then you are needed to be a moderator, scorer, or timekeeper for CoBege Bowl. Applications at Union Information Desk. Take part in a Carolina tradition. KELP WANTED ia lotaB aalca of frooa seafood. CaB 942-1221 or iaapnro ia stttM oa Thara.-Sat. at Toaa Robiaaoa Seafood at 207 KoWnoa Street i Farom' Market ia Carrboro. lost and found LOST: LADIES GOLD SEXO Watch. Lost en route from Jordan's to Happy Store on 916. Great sentimental value! Reward offered. Please caD 933-1477, Kelly. LOST: SPIRAL NOTEBOOK containing manuscript. Manfla cover. Call 929-7482. Last seen in Davis Library. Reward. HELP! LOST: SET OF KEYS ON PORSCHE KEYRING. Please return to Winston dorm desk as soon as possible. SADNESS LOST gold Hamilton watch between Credit Union and Stadium. Sentimental value. Please call 933-5822. REWARD! PBOFESSIONAL NAIL ARTIST Beautiful sculptured nails $3 each (includes sizing, application, polish, and one week of free maintenance) manicures $9.00 929-2514 ...for more information or to schedule an appointment INCEST SUeVTVOES SUPPOOT GROUP FOR UNC STUDENTS Purpose: sharing, learning from each other, support Format: confidential, weekly meetings for 8 weeks beginning Oct. 4 Call 966-3658 for information or appointment. Barrels remain in ocean The Associated Press OSTEND, Belgium Salvage divers recovered three more contain ers with radioactive material from a sunken frieghter Monday, but failed in a first attempt to make access to the remaining barrels easier, officials said. Seventeen of 30 steel barrels holding uranium hexaflouride have been retreived from the French freighter Mont Louis that sank Aug. 25 after colliding with another ship 12 miles off the Belgian coast, Public t Health Ministry spokesman Jan Peeters reported. He said salvage workers failed to open a new hole in the hull to make, retrieval of the 13 remaining barrels easier. The teams "might use light explo sives" when they try again, but special precautions will be taken to ensure the cargo inside the 4,210-ton Mont Louis is not damaged, he added. Quick settlement unlikely at GM DETROIT General Motors Corp. laid off workers at a fifth parts plant Tuesday, bringing to 6,700 the number idled because of local strikes by 62,000 workers. Union and company negotiators resumed talks on the key issue of job security in a new national contract. GM's Harrison Radiator division, based in Lockport, N.Y., said it was laying off 670 of its 5,700 employees at Lockport and possibly 80 more on Thursday at a plant in Buffalo. Meanwhile, GM and the United . Auto Workers union, after giving their negotiators a full day's rest, resumed bargaining to replace the 1982 concessions contract that expired at midnight Friday. The UAW canceled a meeting scheduled for Wednesday in Chicago of its 300-member GM Council, which reviews national contracts IBM COMPUTERS o Book store prices o Immediate delivery o Available to students and employees o Rentals and leases COMPUTER CONNECTIONS Brightleaf Square, Durham 682-9492 Classified ad may be placed at the DTH Carolina Union,065A wanted IS ANYONE INTERESTED in selling their tickets to the State game andor the Marylnad game? If so please call Brenda, 933-0266. WANTED: TWO TICKETS TO THE KANSAS ANDOR MARYLAND GAME. Please cai HoOy at 933-7338 Thanks. I DESPERATELY NEED to trade my S 4 parking permit for any north campus permit! Please caQ EOen at 929-2875. roommates 3 NON SMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED for condo mostly furnished except for bedroom. Convenient bus route to campus. $135month phis utilities. CaB 933 9137 after 1:00pm. FRIENDLY, EASY-GOING FEMALE roommate wanted to share Carolina Apt Own bedroom $132 a month phis 1 3 utilities. CaB 933-5387. Please keep trying. ROOMMATE NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: Non-smoking, responsible, female to share two bedroom apt Rent $118.33 and 13 utilities. On bus route. 942-9279 after 3pm. NEED A PLACE TO LIVE? 2 small private rooms available in co-ed fraternity, $175month includes rent, utilities, parking. Need $50 deposit. Apply in person, 207 Pittsboro St. 9424030. FEMALE NON SMOKING STUDIOUS ROOMMATE to share bedroom in brand new 2 bedroom, 1 bath condo. in Carrboro. FuBy furnished except your bedroom $150 month plus utilities. CaB 942-5876. WE'RE STILL LOOKING for non-smoking female roommate to share two bedroom apt. on C-bus route. $112month plus 13 utilities. CaB 967-9449. WANTED: ONE relatively studious non-smoking female to share Old WeB Apt. Own room at $165month and X utilities. CaB 929-9363. keep trying. for rent NEW APARTMENT FOR RENT: 2 bedroom. 1& bath, fufl kitchen (range, refrig., dishwasher), central air conditioning, private parking, outside storage, swimming pool, hardwood floors, 1 mile to UNC, convienient to stores and bus, 400 mo. 787-8225. PARKING AVAILABLE NEAR DOWNTOWN. $20month. CaB 942-7162. for sale 12 Speed Bike $135: new head fight, tail fight, rack, and other new parts. C.S. 26 Oid East. NEED THE BOOK "AMERICAN GOVERNMENT 8485 forPofiSci 41? CaO Carol at 968-8582. personal USA AND USE, They're finally gone! Thanks for the weekend. Well be more careful rolling over next time. (Do you soil have cold feet?) From your groupies in 101. JENNY A. HAPPY 20TH BIRTHDAY! BE Kensington W. HL Glad you're back this year to grace us with your wit! Missed you last Thursday. A Friend. Celebrate! with an exquisite ice cream cake from J Ice Cream Shoppe 112 W. Franklin St 942-7484 Mews inBoev before the membership votes on them. The meeting had been sche duled last week when hopes for a settlement were brighter. Barfleld scheduled s first woman to be executed RALEIGH Relatives of con victed murderer Velma Barfield told Gov. Jim Hunt on Tuesday that she should not become the first Amer ican woman executed in 22 years because she has shaken drug addic tion and is helping other inmates reform. Barfield is scheduled to die Nov. 2 for the 1978 poisoning death of Stuart Taylor, her boyfriend at the time. She also has admitted poison ing her mother and jtwo elderly Robeson County residents. "The Velma Barfield in prison today is not the Velma Barfield that did the things that she has confessed to doing," said Ronnie Burke, Barfield's son from Goosecreek, S.C. "She was a different person before going to prison and had no control over, her life at all." Federal relief sought for Diana damages State officials Tuesday estimated damages to five counties from Hurricane Diana at almost $79 million, with the most damage occurring to private residences. In a letter from Jesse Pugh, state coordinating officer for emergency management to the federal relief officials, the latest preliminary damage estimates were put at $78,847,623. Private residential damage was $30,113,678. Damage to business totaled $5,100,385. the DTH office or mailed to Chapel Hill, NC 27514. . DONT FORGET TO PICK UP YOUR HIGH HOL IDAY TICKETS AT MLLEL! Rosh Hashanah begins Wed. night 926. Services wiO be held Wed. night at Gerrard Hall at 7pm and on Thurs 926 and Fri 927 at Duke at 10am. You must have a ticket to enter. Tickets wiO not be given out after 12 noon om 926. Tickets free to all students, transportation available. For more information call 942-4057. Were you at "He's Not Here" last week? How about the Football game? Watch STV tonight 9:30 Gatti's, Four Comers and He's Not Here. To the Brunette with the Blonde mentality: Yes Danene, I really mean you! A deal's a deal even though there weren't any cards. So on to the good stuff that you can't forget. Like Trolls, Happy Hours, getting thrown out of BK, parties, late rates, contests (you know!), the N rock, guys, guys, and more guys,(are you blushing yet?). And there's more, tike no more you-know-who, junk food, being 21, suits, stereos, chasing Sami, and falling in love 5 times a day. Tm glad that you're my roomie 'cause you're one wild woman. Your roomie and fellow wild woman, Debbie. AB hail TKB1 Aaaooociofl the f oratatioa off UNC'a traty caraal fraternity aad cxiateatial eaioodiateat. Etaaaol ia oat code; honor, we have aoae. Hoy Chock, GSeaa, Steve, Toaaaay, Soaaky aad Nick, (and Jiaa K. too) act yoor ta gear! WaH aad Tor lead the oaelaaghtl Qaaff ale, raise ke21 The first bx and bagel brunch of the semester wOl be held at HiOel on Sun 923 at 11:00am. Cost is $3.00 non-members and $2.00 for members. No reservations needed! Following brunch at 12:30 will be a grad organizational meeting to plan this semester's activities. HiDel is located at 210 W. Cameron Ave. There wtD be a vegetarian Shabbat dinner following services on Friday 921 at HilleL Services at 6:30, dinner at 7:30. Cost $3.00 non-members and $2.00 for members. Reservations by Friday noon please. HiDel is located at 210 W. Cameron Ave. 942-4057 H2, "Momin"! (Get off me). Here's to blueberry pancakes, barracudas, stealing name tags, king our (aces (bother me), hearts and circles, etc. Thanks for being my very best friend. Love you. The Short One. Carol We met Sat. night while at stoplight in front of Post OfficeFour Comers. How about another meeting?.. .Lunch? Cai Pha 933-5026. DAMNI (Groove Queen) Here's to future roadtrips. This is a Very, Very private club. Dave is a slut, Doug is warped. Oh, are we having fun yet? DAMNU TO MY FAVORITE TRI DATE: Here's to cruising. CC, playing it cool, parties, being "hot". Ma BeS, 23 days, 3.0$, new clothes, and ... FRIENDSHIP! Love, Duderte CONGRATULATIONS, WENDY C. on your acceptance to med school! You don't have to be quiet and "suddW anymore! We're so proud of you and for you! Love, Mary and Carolyn. P.S. Huey got his new drug truck?!) now he wants free medical service. TO LAURA, MAY THE TIME WE SPEND TOGETHER BRING FUN MEMORIES AND GREATER HAPPINESS. T.F. Just, weeks before its NY opening: A New Musical About 3 Stand-Up Comics Curtain: 8 PM, Sun: 2 PM & 7 PM Paul Green Theatre Call PlayMakers: 2-1121 Charge by Phone 3 Guys Hotline 962-8755

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