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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, August 22, 1986, Page 4, Image 4

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4AThe Daily Tar HeelFriday, August 22, 1986 Lines drawn on divestment issue By DONNA LEI N WAND Staff Writer The UNC Ami-Apartheid Sup port Group plans to continue pursuing lull divestment of the University funds in companies doing business with South Africa, according to a group member. "We have had a few meetings and we're ironing out plans for some things in the fall," said Cindy Hahamovitch, a second year graduate student. In April, the University Endowment Board voted not to divest but resolved to encourage South African companies to work toward ending the apartheid government. Duke University divested over the summer, and Hahamovitch said she hopes the action will put some pressure on UNC's trustess to follow. "Unfortunately, South ern schools seem to be the last to design their policies along progressive lines," she said. Hahamovitch said the Univer sity gives scholarships to South African students as a diversionary technique to avoid divestment. The UNC College Republicans plan to continue working against divestment, according to group chairman Bill Peaslee. "We will continue educating the campus about the cost of divestment on the University and the national level," Peaslee said. "Divestment will not help the situation in South Africa." "Well see how active the Anti Apartheid Support Group gets and we'll make sure the University doesn't divest," he said: WMtt li ; : - t U I ft J fe 3 Z 1 V I Country Stores Located downstairs in Lenoir Hall, the Commons is home to the following four operations, detailed below. Our quality fast food operation featuring !4 lb. hamburgers, fresh fried chicken, roast beef sandwiches, and delicious breakfast biscuits. Highlights Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies, baked fresh daily. Also offers Soho natural beverages, Carribean Select juices, and soft serve ice cream with optional toppings. Columbo Frozen Yogurt and Basset's Ice Cream head the line of confections served here. Other items include cakes, doughnuts, Danishes, muffins, pastries, croissants, and a whole group of toppings to make your sundae or banana split complete. Fresh dough pizzas served whole or by the slice. Complimented by a line of specialities such as Italian sausage and meatball submarines, nachos with cheese, pizza bagels, and French bread pizza. Campus delivery begins Monday, August 25th. Our full service delicatessen with a wide selection of sandwiches, cold plates, grilled specialities, steamed vegetables, and a complete baked potato bar. Located in the south Dining Room on the upper level of Lenoir Hall. Convenience stores located in Ehringhaus, Morrison, Hinton James and Craige dorms on south campus. Stocked with a large assortment of products such as frozen dinners, Oscar Meyer luncheon meats, fruit juices, Coke, Good Humor ice cream, Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies, personal items, plus many other items. Carolina Dining Cards may be used in all of these locations. CAROLINA DINING SERVICE JAorriott " w Education Focx We're giving food service a good name." corporation 'Education Food Services o. d CHAPEL HILL All The Great Colors and Styles of internationally renowned sportswear with Italian flair are yours to discover here right now! Lots of Great new ideas for your fall "work" and play wardrobe. Also Spring and Summer Fashions at Greatly Reduced Prices Chapel Hill 153 E. Franklin St. Layaways Invited 967-5335 Botaeical gardens to hold f est By SHEILA SIMMONS Staff Writer A bonsai demonstration, child ren's treasure hunt, traditional folk music concert, and several other free public activities will be featured during the University's Botanical Garden's I4th Annual Labor Day Open House on Monday, Sept. 1. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It will feature, the Triangle Bonsai Society demonstrating bon sai and the art of dwarfing trees by special methods of culture. Children will get the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the gardens by participating in a treasure hunt. Clark Jones, an early American autoharp, guitar, and banjo songs specialist, will play traditional folk and blues music along with guitarist Lightin Wells, who performs with the playing styles of Robert Johnson, Woody Guthrie and Jimmy Rogers. Hammer dulcimer maker and player Michael Mann of Wilkesboro will perform on his instrument. Other highlights include an exhi bition of herbarium sheets of rare plants and N.C. State University professor J.C. Raulston's display of flower stamps from across the world. He will also submit a labeled collection of dozens of common plants featured in a fall wild flower exhibit. Experts will be present to discuss growing, harvesting and cooking with herbs and a training session on propagation, cultivation and lands cape uses of Southeastern native ferns, will be held. It's More Than a Be j n r fs A Lifestyle! I w I Firm SupportAvailable in 3 sizes Foam Core or All Cotton Composition Folds into CouaConvertible Frames Contemporary Platform BedsBeautiful Custom CoversCoordinated Accessories natural home 312 West Franklin St. Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 933-2222 Summer Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10 AM - 5 A high-technology demonstration of hardware and techniques used in ; mass-producing plants and seed cleaning also will be given. The Cary Gourd Society will explain the many uses of gourds, from the utilitarian to the ornamen- . tal, while garden volunteers will ,' examine the sizes, shapes, and colors , of wild flower seeds. At a "Gardening in the Piedmont' workshop, local gardeners will be on hand to discuss problems and solu tions of gardening in this area. Freshly squeezed cider from an , antique apple cider press and other . refreshments will be available, and open house T-shirts featuring a new 1 986 design will be on sale for $6. The garden is located off the U.S. 1 5-50 1 and N.C. 54 bypass on Laurel ; Hill Road. For more information, call (919) 967-2246. Campus Calendar 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 wee kend announcements by noon Only announcements from University-recognized campus organizations will be printed. Friday 6:00 p.m. Campus Christian Fel lowship is sponsoring a beach party at the CCF House, 204 Glenburnie St. Call 942-8952 for info or a ride. Items of Interest 1985 Yackety Yacks are here! Come by room 106 Union if you ordered a yearbook before" Sept. 5. The Maranatha Campus Minis try will show "Chariots of Fire" and "The Hiding Place" at 5 and 8 p.m. August 22 in Hamilton 100. 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