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6The Daily Tar HeelFriday, April 11, 1986
By SCOTT GREIG
Downtown Franklin Street and the
Forest Theater will be the scene of the
second annual "People's Prophetic
Parade and Festival for Peace, Justice
and the Environment" on Saturday.
The parade, known locally as Apple
Share, will follow the successful
format of last year's event but is
scheduled to include entertainment
such as dancers, mimes and folk
musicians as well.
Ed King, Apple Share spokesman,
said everyone is invited to the festival,
which last year brought together over
250 participants. King said he expects
about 400 to 500 people this year.
"The main objective of Apple Share
is to bring together the many activist
organizations and individuals in the
Triangle area in one large parade and
festival," King said. "There is empow
erment and mutual support in
numbers and in unity which we can't
always enjoy by acting alone."
All local groups dealing with any
aspect of peace, justice or the envir
onment are invited to join the parade.
Simply being present, organizers say,
is an affirmation of concern to make
a way for peace, to encourage the
The DTH Campus Calendar will
appear daily. Announcements to be run
must be placed in the box outside the
Daily Tar Heel office. Room 104 of the
Student Union, by noon one day before
the event weekend announcements
by noon Wednesday. Only announce
ments from University-recognized and
campus organizations will be printed.
7:30 p.m. Campus Christian Fellowship
hosting Dr. Martin Marty of the
University of Chicago Divinity
School, to speak on "Faith and
First, he offered a package that
included continuing the interstate sales
ban on handguns and retaining state
and local government control over
interstate transportation of pistols. It
Then he attempted to win the trans
portation provision standing alone.
That effort failed 242-177.
The Volkmer bill would permit
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establishment of justice and to share
with the needy.
Those interested should gather at
9:30 a.m. at the Lincoln Center on
South Merritt Mill Road. The parade
itself will begin at 10:00 a.m. and will
proceed down Franklin St. to the
The outdoor theater will then be the
site of the festival from noon until 3:00
p.m. At that time, balloons carrying
messages of peace will be released.
A group of local school children will
be performing a skit related to the
parade's theme, and King said anyone
who wanted to would be allowed to
perform at the festival.
The benefit concert that followed
last year's parade is not included in
this year's festival, King said, because
the emphasis is not on fund-raising.
King said while the parade and
festival have roots in issues that are
deserving of demonstration, the goal
of the event is to be more prophetic
than anything else.
"Rather than protest, we're stressing
more imaginative and creative ways
to illustrate how people feel about the
country and the direction in which it's
headed," King said. "The use of the
arts is important."
King said he and several others on
Pluralism," Wesley Foundation
at 214 Pittsboro Street. All are
9:00 p.m. Carolina Gay and Lesbian Asso
ciation ending Gay and Lesbian
Week with a dance in the
Upendo Lounge, Chase Hall.
BYOB, $2.00 donation.
Items of Interest
Preregistration for Student Parking
Permits for 1986-87 will be held at the
Traffic Office in the basement of the
Campus Y building, through May 9, from
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 pm. Students living
within 1 miles from the Bell Tower will
not be eligible. No applications accepted
interstate sales of all firearms and create
a right to transport them across state
"I think it's all over," Volkmer said.
Hubert Williams, president of the
Police Foundation, acknowledged that
police groups "were quite surprised by
the margin" by which the Hughes
amendments were defeated. But he
added: "We're not lawmakers or pro
fessional lobbyists. We're police
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to the 1986 Yackety Yack
the Apple Share Planning Committee
thought it would be worthwhile to
bring all those people together and
celebrate their creativity with the
Marion O'Malley, director of the
N.C. Center for Peace Education,
said, "This is not a fund-raiser, but
a 'consciousness-raiser' and a
'community-wide support builder' for
all issues of peace, justice, hunger and
King, who also directs Church
World Service's CROP programs in
the Carolinas, said the coming
together of small groups into larger
coalitions would make their efforts
"Not all the world's hungry live in
Africa," King said. "One out of every
seven North Carolinians goes to bed
hungry several nights a month."
King said 40 percent of those people
were too old, too young, too sick or
too handicapped to hold down any
job at all, much less a subsistence
Other groups planning to join in
include the UNC Anti-Apartheid
Support Group and the Carolina
Interfaith Task Force.
For more information about the
festival, call 929-9821 or 688-3843.
1986 Yackety Yack holding a sales drive
through Friday, April 11, 106 Union or
stop by the table in the Pit.
Apply now to be Business Manager of
the 1987 "Yackety Yack." Call Liza at 942
1705 for information.
AAMCAS and AADSAS applications
available in 20 ID Steele and Nash Hall.
Sociedad Hispacnica Carolinesa urges
any full time UNC graduate student
interested in becoming an officer to pick
up applications in 238 Dey Hall. Today
is deadline for submission.
Today is "Blue Jeans Day." The Carol
ina Gay and Lebian Association requests
that everyone wear blue jeans to show
support for the gay and lesbian
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Sarah Brady, wife of presidential
press secretary James Brady and board
member of Handgun Control Inc., said,
"I thought it would be a little closer."
Her husband was seriously wounded in
the March 1981 attempt on President
In Wednesday's debate, Hughes said,
"The issue boils down to who we're
going to support: the police or the NRA
and their self-serving interest."
Rep. John D. Dingell, D-Mich., a
member of the NRA national board,
said the Volkmer bill "does not make
it easier for criminals to get guns" but
protects "law-abiding" citizens from
Rep. William M. Hendon, R-N.C,
asked the House to uphold the Volkmer
bill "for the good old boys in rural
America who deserve reform of the Gun
Control Act of 1968."
Rep. James A. Traficant Jr., D-Ohio,
a former sheriff, said the Hughes
language could "give a psychological
edge back to our police officers."
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By KAREN McMANIS
The Washington, D.C.,-based Amer
ican Youth Hostel organization may
soon establish a branch in the Triangle
area, said Kathy Davis, a field repre
sentative for the organization.
The 1986 AYH Handbook describes
hostels as "inexpensive, dormitory-style
lodgings with separate bedroom and
bathroom facilities for men and women,
a kitchen and a common room for
North Carolina presently has five
hostels, located in Bakersville, Blowing
Rock, Dillsboro, Pembroke and
Wesser. Davis said the system of hiking
trails in North Carolina made the
hostels appealing to those who enjoy
outdoor activities such as camping,
hiking and canoeing.
"AYH is presently very excited about
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diately if there are mistakes in your
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Rush "86: You're the Missing Link! Informa
tion and Sign Up 10 - 2 in the Fit all this
Register now for FALL LSATGREGMAT
classes. Stanley Kaplan schedules now '
available for FALL Call 489-2348.
Cash for books! 15 of cover price.
Literature, religion, philosophy, novels,
non-fiction criticism, etc. No hard cover
texts. Open to everybody. Fair
Exchange, 302 E. Main St., Carrboro
Now buying albums, tapes, CD's. Best
prices in area! Jazz, Rock, blues, gospel,
classical, soundtracks, country. Ask
about our consignment deal. Remember,
cash for vinyl at the Fair Exchange, 302
E. Main St., Carrboro. Open Everyday.
The Chapel of the Cross A.B.C. sale will
be held on Sat., April 12th. Clothing,
furniture, white elephants. Bargains
galore! 10am-2pm. Next to planetarium.
WHICH BIBLE IS BEST? A session with
Robert Bratcher, noted Bible translator.
TONIGHT, 7:00pm, Binkley Baptist
Church, 1712 Willow Drive at 15-501
Bypass (by University Mail). Telephone:
Battoas, BattoM, Battona. At the
Shraakea Head Boatiqac. Let as
make a bbattoa for tkc 1st con
cert at tkc SAC. Come ia mmi
write a love aote to Keaay sad
well pat it oa a battoa.
NEW NEW NEW at the Shrunken Head
Boutique. The Shrunken Head Boutique
can make buttons in 24 hours. Bring your
order in for Sororities, Fraternities and
Pancake Brunch on Sunday, April 13, from
10am to 2pm. Kappa Delta House: 219 East
Franklin St. $2.50 per person - all you can
establishing additional hostels in such
areas as Raleigh and the Chapel Hill
area," Davis said.
North . Carolina does not have a
council with the AYH, Davis said. The
first of four meetings designed to
establish a council for the area and to
create several new hostels across the
state was held in Asheville on April 7.
Davis is currently working on estab
lishing an AYH council in the state.
Brannen Ulrick, Manager for the
Cooperative Trips Program in Washing
ton, D.C., said there were 31 councils
in the United States.
The councils are funded by donations
from members and by the charge to
overnight guests. A council can be
established in any geographic area with
enough volunteers and interest, Ulrick
"Because 95 percent of AYH posi
tions are on a volunteer basis, interest
WANTED: Male summer counselors needed
for coed resident camp located on Lake
Wylie. Openings for WSls, Water Skiing,
Sailing, Gymnastics, Tennis and General
Sports. Contact: Camp Thunderbird, One
Thunderbird Lane, Clover, SC, 29710. (803)
ABORTION - TO 20 WEEKS. Private and
confidential CYN facility with Saturday and
weekday appointments available. Pain med
ication given. Free pregnancy tests. 942-0824.
TYPING TYPING TYPING
TYPING TYPING TYPING
Need a paper typed? Accurate, dependable
typing. Will do technical papers, short papers
and theses. Call 962-4095, weekdays before
Experienced technician to fix your VCR and
Stereo System of all kinds. A reasonable rate,
and quick turnaround time. Norina Instru
ments Company, 104 W. Main St. Carrboro.
942-3377. Bring this ad in for a 10 discount.
FEMALES (18 22) NEEDED FOR
BONE HEALTH STUDY. Obtain free
personal report on your diet and bone
health. Call Nutrition Department for
information, appointment 966-3402.
Black Btadeats or focmlty urgently
needed as sperm donors. Many couples
waiting. Rk aegative sperm donors
urgently needed regardless of race. Call
962-65 between 8am and noon and 1-4pm.
PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Free preg
nancy testing. Call PSS at 942-7318. All
BLACK FEMALES (18-22yrs) NEEDED
FOR BONE HEALTH STUDY. Obtain
free personal report on your diet and
bone health. Call Nutrition Dept for info,
Don't wait any longer! Get the fastest
service and the best guarantee on
component stereo repairs. John F.,
Smith Level Rd. 967-1063
Babysitter needed for occasional care of 2
children this spring and summer. Call 967
5722. $4.00 aer hoar alas boaaa. Now hiring.
On campus employment, excellent resume
experience calling alumni for the Carolina
Fund. We also call all summer. Work from
7-21 hours. Call 962-7015.
OPPORTUNITY FOR PART-TIME CHILD
CARE job in exchange for rent of 1 bedroom
apartment in woods near campus. Must be
energetic and love children. Non-smoker, no
Pre law, Pre-med, and pre-business majors.
Students interested in summer work. Will
give valuable training and experience. Make
$4433avg. For interview appointment call
Attention Undergrads: What are you doing
this summer to prepare for your career? Find
out why IBM, Xerox, Proctor & Gamble, and
hundreds of others want students who have
worked with us. Enclose Name, Address, and
Phone to Summer Work"86, Suite 141, 95,
S. Elliot Rd. Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514.
Legal Assistant for Student Legal Services
UNC-CH. Ideal for Pre law student who
wants to take time off before Law School.
Full-time position beginning August 15th,
1986. Call 962-1303 for appointment.
$7 - $10 per koar Pizza Hut Delivery is
now accepting applications for full & part
time drivers. Our weekly schedule is very
flexible so you can choose your own hours.
Please apply at 516 W. Franklin between 2
- 5 pm any day. No phone calls please.!
Summer jobs available. Snack bar attendant
and terrace waits. Own transportation a
must. Apply in person. Hope Valley Country
Club 3803 Dover Rd. Durham.
Banquet and a la carte waits wanted for part
time positions. Apply in person. Hope Valley
Country Club 3803 Dover Rd. Durham.
Relief staff needed for a group home for
mentally retardedphysically handicapped
adults. Scheduled hours are on an as needed
basis with some regular weekend hours
available. Hours would primarily include
evenings and weekends. To apply, contact
lost & found
Someone Accidentally Picked Up My Jean
Jacket at Rascal's last Thursday, March 27th.
Please return it, you have my license and
Ray Bans. No questions asked! 942-2423.
Found: women's black watch in grass beside
E"haus. Identify at 933-3120.
FOUND: A Gold Twisted Bracelet Found in
one of the libraries. Please call 933-7232.
FOUND: Keys on 54 by-pass. Call to identify
'irftei 7pm 96&84:': iw.ajfcu; sriumrt
LOST On Campus Monday: Diamond ring
with tape around band. Of found, please call
Judy at 933-6354. Reward offered.
Immediate Opening for 100 plasma donors.
Earn extra money. Call Sera Tec Biolog
ical 942-0251, K!4 E. Franklin St. Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 8:30-7; Wed
nesday & Friday 8:30-5.
UNC registered students or faculty needed
as sperm donors. Please help our patients
and contact the Reproductive Endocrinology
Laboratory of the UNC Medical School at
962-6596 for further information.
"CAMP COUNSELORS -MF - Outstanding
Slim and Trim Down Camps: Tennis, Dance,
Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, Nutrition
Dietetics. 20 plus. Separate girls' and boys'
camps. 7 weeks. CAMP CAMELOT on
COLLEGE CAMPUSES at Massachusetts,
Pennsylvania, No. Carolina, California.
Contact: Michele Friedman, Director, 947
Hewalett Dr., No. Woodmere, N.Y. 11581,
Looking for a JOB? Need extra CASH? Stop
by the STUDENT PART-TIME EMPLOY
MENT SERVICE for help! Office open M
TH, 14pm. 207B Union. 962-0131.
Babysitter wanted for occasional evenings. '
Close to campus. Your own transportation
necessary. Call 967-8175 evenings.
Get Well or
Today, go out and treat youself
to a big bunch of flowers. What
better way to say you're glad
' you're you?
124 E. Franklin 929-1119
Give flowers to scmecn
and dedication on the part of our
members is the most essential part of
our program," he said.
AYH is a non-profit, non-political,
non-sectarian organization working
exclusively for the purpose of education
through travel. This system presently
includes more than 5,000 hostels in 62
nations with 275 across the United
To stay in a hostel, one must purchase
a one-year pass which costs $20 for
adults and $10 for juniors. The hostels
range from $4 to $8 a night and guests
are expected to share in the chores such
as preparing meals.
"If you stay in a hotel room you know
what to expect," Davis said. "Youll be
boxed up with a TV and no alternative
except to sleep too much. Youth hostels
are a great place to meet people and
have fun while traveling."
Big Buddies . . . We need group leaders for
next year. If you are interested, pick up an
application in the Y Office. Deadline for
applications is Wednesday the 16th.
Coach needed for Metro Sport swim team
in Durham. Ages 6-8. Club privileges. Salaried
position! If interested, call Sally P., Aquatics
Director at 286-7529.
ALDETTE COSMETICS: expanding in this
area. We are looking for well-groomed
persons to teach skin care and make-up
artistry. Full- or part-time summer andor
school year. Call Joy at (919) 469-2038.
Healtky, aoa-amokera, 18-80 seeded!
Learn about your heart or lung function while
being a paid EPA Research Volunteer. Call
966-1253 for more information.
Saamer Job: We're looking for someone
to care for our eight month old child in our
Chapel Hill home this summer, room and
board included. Call 966-3250 weekdays, 929
1283 evenings and weekends.
SUMMER JOBS FOR COLLEGE STU
DENTS: openings available for young men
on the food service staff at Camp Seafarer
on the coast of N.C. Good salary and room
and board. Excellent opportuity for friends
to work together. June 18 - mid-august. Must
be at least 18 years of age. No experience
necessary. Only ambition and good referen
ces required. For more information and an
application, write Camp Seafarer, P.O. Box
10976, YMCA Raleigh, N.C. 27605 or call 919
Hawaii summer jobs opportunities. For
information, send $4.95, Fans of Hawaii, 1 164
Bishop St., 124 Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040 - $59,230
yr. Now Hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R 9594
for current federal list.
Babysitter- need mature sitter to care
for our one and three-year-old children
in our home, Mondays thru Thursdays,
4:30 to 6:30pm. Call 929-8356 evenings
SUMMER JOBS $8.40 per koar.
Part-time and full-time available openings
in most areas of N.C. Check to see
what's in your hometown. On campus
interviews: Carolina Union room 122,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, April 14,
15, and 16th. 10am4pm on the hour.
Wanted: Summer Secretary needed by
Panhellenic Council! Must have typing
and organizational skills. Min. wage
flexible hours. Applications in 01 Steele
Bldg. - due by April 17. Questions? 933
8517. Work in Italy this summer! Help restore
renaissance village in southern Tuscany.
Contact Omar Padien, Piazza Pitti, 14,
Florence, Italy 50125 for more information.
Jurors needed for mock trial at U.N.C. Law
School, Monday, April 14th, 3:30pm until
9pm. Dinner will be provided, Call Mark 933
7221 or Chip 942 3173.
We are looking for a fraternity, sorority or
large student organization that would like to
make $2,000.00 plus this spring for a one
week long-on campus marketing project. No
sales involved. Group must be organized and
hard working. Interested? To apply rail
Sharon at 1-800-592-2121.
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Starts at 4:00
Lasts all night!