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unpleasant rough edges to it." '
The attack reminded residents
that there sometimes are people
here who can make life dangerous,
"From the kind of mentality of
the kind of person that's involved
in that issue, 1 don't know if anyone
ever can be safe," he said.
Capt. Ralph Pendergraph of the
Chapel Hill Police Department
said that, while people should be
more aware of their surroundings
and avoid situations they feel are
dangerous, little could be done to
improve security on a large scale.
"If someone is intent on doing
something like that, our society is
not geared to deal with that," he
One thing people could do to
avoid a similar situation is be aware
of suspicious-looking people and
walk away from them, Pender
Often, victims notice someone
following or approaching before
they're attacked, but people are
reluctant to change their direction,
Sgt. Ned Comar of the Univer
sity Police said people also should
make noise and not be afraid to
call for help if they're attacked.
"Don't put off taking a stand,
hoping for a better place to take
a stand," he said. "There is nothing
to indicate putting it off is going
to get you a better deal."
Comar said students could avoid
a lot of crime by:
a Being careful how much alco
hol they drink, and when, where
and with whom they drink it.
B Locking their rooms while
B Not walking alone at night,
especially when it's late.
B Being assertive and speaking
out when someone tries to make
them do something they don't want
Programs give advice to Chapel Hill womnee
By GRETCHEN WHITE
The Orange County Women's
Center presented two educational
programs in Chapel Hill, calling
attention to organizations oriented
towards women's needs in this area.
One of these was given as part of
its Newcomers Series.
"Resources for Women in the
Red Cross seeks volunteers
for jobs assisting blood drive
By DAN MORRISON
Once again, the Chapel Hill
Carrboro Red Cross is in need of
volunteer workers for its Blood
The Red Cross must have student
workers on hand during its campus
blood drives in order to supply a 60
county region with an adequate
blood supply, according to Judy
Jennings, executive director of the
Student blood drives are held
every several weeks in the Great Hall
of the Student Union in coordination
with Alpha Phi Omega service
Jennings said the Red Cross is
constantly short-handed of workers.
Jobs in registering donors, taking
temperatures and weights, labeling
bags and aiding in the donor room
and the canteen are available to
students willing to work flexible
days, three hours per month.
Roughly 82 pints of blood are
circulated through North Carolina
Memorial Hospital each day
30,000 units per year, said Jennings.
The public's misconception that
acquired immune deficiency syn
drome (AIDS) can be transmitted by
giving blood has hurt the agency
slightly, but students still provide 95
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Area" was the third in a set of
programs to help acquaint new
female residents with the town's
organizations and help services.
Held Aug. 13 at the Presbyterian
Student Center, "Resources"
included speakers from the Center,
the League of Women Voters, NOW,
The Women's Health Counseling
Service, the Interfaith Council on
percent of the Red Cross's blood in
this area, she said.
Students interested in volunteer
ing for the Blood Services program
should contact Siggi Helling, coor
dinator of the APO Blood Drive, at
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Social Services, and Planned
The speakers explained the func
tion of their organizations, gave
advice and described ways in which
they could serve women in the area.
"Selling Your Home," at Chapel
of the Cross church Aug. 18, focused
on women as consumers who are
now responsible for their own
Darlene Wells, director of the
Center, said many of its programs
are designed in response to requests
from women who have attended
All are in keeping with the Center's
basic philosophy "to promote the
opportunity for women to make
informed choices and to gain support
from other women," she said.
Wells was quick to note that the
Women's Center provides services
for all women single, married,
divorced, or widowed.
The Newcomer Series also
included "Finding Child Care in
Orange County" and "Understand
ing the Triangle Area Job Market
Services." The last program of this
series, "Seeking Professional Serv
ices," will take place on August 27.
Speakers at this program will
include a therapist, an attorney, a
financial analyst, and a physician.
Orange County Women's Center
is located on West Rosemary Street
and provides educational and sup
port services for women. For infor
mation on future programs, contact
the Center at 968646.
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