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; 10The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, November 5, 1986
The DTH Campus Calendar
appears daily. Announcements
must be placed in the box outside
The Daily Tar Heel office. 1 04 Union,
by noon one day before weekend
announcements by noon Wednes
day. Only announcements from
organizations will be printed.
12 p.m. The Sociology Undergrad
uate Club will hold a
brown bag lunch in 210
Union. The discussion will
be on "Transforming
Functions of Cities and the
Students Taking Action
for Nuclear Disarmament
is sponsoring a lecture by
Steven Rosefielde on "The
Soviet Economy and the
Arms Race" in 21 1 Union.
The Study Abroad Office
will speak with any stu
dents interested in studying
with UNC at Sussex, Eng
land. It will be in the
Basement of Caldwell
The Graduate English
Club is sponsoring a fiction
reading by Marianne
Ginghov in Greenlaw
Carolina Images, Video
Yearbook will meet in the
Union. Check the desk for
Career Planning and
Placement Services will
hold an information ses
sion about New York
Interview Day in 209
The Graduate and Profes
sional Student Federation
3 JO p.
will have a finance com
mittee meeting in the
Frank Porter Graham
5:30 p.m. Newman-Catholic Student
Center welcomes all to its
weekly Student Night
Dinner at 218 Pittsboro St.
GPSF will have a Senate
meeting in 226 Union.
Lutheran Campus Minis
try will hold its weekly
meal and service beginning
with volleyball. Cost for
the meal is $1.50.
The Carolina Indian Circle
3 pm Fetzer Field
YOU DON'T HAVE TO SELL INSURANCE
TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE WITH US
At The St. Paul Companies, "The People Difference" is a tangible and highly
visible philosophy. It means personal and professional pride...commitmentto
teamwork and quality...and a drive to be the best. It works. We are widely
respected as one of the nation's most innovative and successful property
liability insurance companies and it's our people who make the difference.
Training programs in Actuarial, Claims, Underwriting, and Safety Engineering
are available. It starts with company-assisted relocation to one of our service
centers located throughout the United States. You will receive excellent
training of up to 1 2 months for these entry level positions. We encourage new
ideas and fresh approaches in an environment rich with
tunities. Salaries are competitive and a broad-based
benefits program is available. You will be eligible for tuition
reimbursement and continuing education programs. We
strive to keep our people challenged and satisfied, and
they are the difference that makes us the leader we are.
All positions require excellence in academic achievement, polished com
munication skills, analytical ability, and the desire to use your creativity to
solve complex business problems. Coursework in math, business, insurance,
engineering, or health science may qualify you for one of these opportunities.
For an appointment and further information, visit the placement office. If
unable to meet with us, submit your resume to the Director of College
RecruitingThe St. Paul Companies, Inc., 385 Washington Street, St. Paul, MN
55102. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE INTERVIEWING ON CAMPUS
will hold a mandatory
meeting in the Campus Y
AIESEC officers will meet
in 226 Union. There will be
a geheral meeting at 7:30
p.m. for all members with
a VME Presentation. A
meeting will follow.
7:30 p.m. UNC Sport Parachute
Club will meet in the
The Women's Studies Pro
gram will sponsor a lecture
by Dr. Martha Vicinus on
Historical Villain or Fem
inine Saint?" in Toy
Lounge of Dey Hall.
8 p.m. The Black Preprofessional
Health Society will meet in
211-12 Union. A reception
9 p.m. The Department of Uni
versity Housing will hold
meetings in each residence
area (except James,
Craige, and Granville) to
solicit comments from
Items of Interest
Attention English Majors! Advis
er's appointment sheets for pre
t registration for Spring 1987, are
posted on the bulletin board across
from 212 Greenlaw.
The Student Stores, in cooperation
with the Art Club, is displaying
student artwork on a monthly basis
in the Art Supplies department. The
work will be for sale, with all money
going to the artist.
Applications are now being being
accepted for the Great Decisions 7
coordinating committee. Information
and applications available at the
Office of International Programs in
Caldwell Hall and at the Union Desk.
Register this week for "The 2 P's
of PR: Programming and Publicity,"
a free workshop on Nov. 13 in the
Union. For more information contact
the Office of Leadership Develop
ment, Student Affairs.
The UNC Glee Clubs are holding
auditions November 2-14. Contact
Professor Tamte Horan, 225 Hill
The Yackety Yack will be on sale
in the Pit from II a.m. to 3 p.m.
November 5-21. Cost is $21.
The Yackety Yack is offering free
portrait sittings until Nov. 19. Call
962-3912 or drop by 106 Union to
Return ad and check or money order to the
DTH office by noon the business day before
your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid.
Rates: 25 words or less
Students, Student Organizations and
$2.00 per day
Consecutive day rates:
2 days $3.25
3 days $4.00
4 days $4.75
5 days $5.00
$4.50 per day
54 for each additional word
$1.00 per day for any boxed ad or bold type
FOUND ads wilt run five days FREE.
Please notify the DTH office immediately if
there are mistakes in your ad. We will be
responsible only for the first ad run.
Return ad and check or money order to the
DTH office by noon the business day before
your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid.
CONCERT: UNC GLEE CLUBS with guests UNC
G GLEE CLUBS. SUNDAY. November 9, 4:00 PM,
Hill Hall Auditorium Admission Free.
AUDITIONS: UNC GLEE CLUBS - Spring '87. Contact
Professor Tamte-Horan, 225 Hill Hall, 962-5695 or 1039.
PUT YOUR FRENCH TO WORK! Learn about
France's businesses, banks, workers, unions,
transportation, communications. STUDY BUSI
NESS FRENCH. Spring 1987, French 95, 2, 10,
lost and found
Found keychain-Franklin St. early October: Last chance
to claim 968 3309.
Found: Delta Sigma Phi Pin in Student housing
laundromat 1027. call 933-6754 after 5:30.
FOUND: One hundred Clef Hangers albums. Call 933
4475 to identify.
FOUND: Nice Sqaush Racquet - Stadium Drive near
Bell Tower. Call Jeff 933-4682.
LOST Six month old white, grey, and black male
tabby kitten. Last seen 9:30am Monday, October 27,
30814 B Ransom Street. Name is Pixote (pronounced
pe-shote). Not wearing collar. Reward for anyone with
information leading to his whereabouts. Please call
LOST: Gold rope bracelet. Possibly lost between Phillips
Hall and the Student Union. Reward offered. Call 933
5372 and ask for William.
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I haven't had a better time at the
inOVieS all year!" -Mike Clark. USA Today
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Found behind Carolina Inn. Gold earring. Call 933-5319
Found: Necklace in front of Hamilton on Tuesday Oc.
28. Call Ed at 933-2416 to describe and claim.
LOST: Ladies Gold Elgin Watch on Franklin Street
Halloween night. Great sentimental value. If found
please call 933-7196. Reward offered.
Trubytoes is missing! Young male, neutered, greyblack
tabbycat. Green cordwhite flea collars, rabies tag. 204
Pritchard Ave. 962-1048 days, 968-0460 evenings.
LOST: Gold rope bracelet at the Monkey's concert or
somewhere walking between the SAC and Carmichael
Dorm. Great sentimental value. Reward offered. Please
FOUND: KEYS CALL 933 5060.
Tony Lisee: I found your license. Call 933 9802.
Found: Ladies Pulsar watch. Identify with inscription
on watch. Call Brant 967-2394.
Reward! 1986 UNC Classring lost in Teague parking
lot. Reward offered. Find my ring and receive some
beer money. Contact Mark at 933-1005.
Found: American Express Card 1 12 on Hibbard Drive,
Odum Village. Call 933-6632 after 4pm to claim.
OWN YOUR OWN JEAN SPORTSWEAR, LADIES
APPAREL. CHILDRENSMATERNITY, LARGE
SIZES, PETITE, DANCEWEARAEROBIC OR
ACCESSORIES STORE. JORDACHE, CHIC, LEE,
LEVI, IZOD, GITANO, GUESS, CALVIN KLEIN,
SERGIO VALENTE, EVAN PICONE, LIZ CLAI
BORNE, MEMBERS ONLY, GASOLINE, HEALTH
TEX OVER 1000 OTHERS. $14,300 TO $25,900
INVENTORY, TRAINING, FIXTURES, GRAND
OPENING ETC. CAN OPEN 15 DAYS. MR KEENAN
Abortion To 20 Weeks. Private and confidential GYN
facility with Saturday and weekday appointments
available. Pain medication given. Free pregnancy tests.
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Party! Dance Party! EJ & Company has dates open!
Call Andy at 929-7455 for the best music, rates, and
parties in Chapel Hill. Dance, Rock, Beach!
Are you having problems with the stress of school? Are
you dissatisfied with personal relationships? Dr. Jean
Templeton, psychologist, specializes in school-related
problems, adolescent crises, women's issues, individual
therapy. Reasonable rates. First session free. Call 929
9663. Office in Carrboro.
JUST YOUR TYPE Word Processing Service will
type your papers, dissertations, letters, etc. quickly
and professionally. Emergency typing welcome.
489-8700 (call 24 hours).
PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Free pregnancy
testing and counseling. Call PSS at 942-7318. All
IF YOUR STEREO IS BROKEN, GET FAST,
FRIENDLY SERVICE AND THE LONGEST
GUARANTEE ON COMPONENT REPAIRS.
AUDIO SERVICE. 967 1063.
ELLIOT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN
CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD
2:45 5:00 7:20 9:45 R)
C. Thomas HoweilRae Dawn Chong
SOUL MAN (pg-13)
3:00 5:05 7:10 9:25
Billy CrystalGregory Hines
RUNNING SCARED n
2:55 5:10 7:25 9:30
Our Chopped Sirloin is more than
a Va pounder. More than ground
beef. Here's real Sirloin. Lean
and cut fresh from the finest
grain-fed Western beef. Aged,
seasoned, and made daily.
Served with hot bread, baked
potato or French fries.
324 W. Rosemary
Fraternities-Sororities-Organizations. Fliers, camera
ready slicks (pmt's), and black & white prints for your
business and organization needs. For information or
estimate call University Directories Graphics Depart
ment at 929-1440.
T AM BAY ROCKS and RULES
the DJ world. Call 968 8753
Immediate Opening for 100 plasma donors. Earn extra
money. Call Sera-Tec Biologkals 942-0251, 109 E.
Franklin St. Hours Mon. - Thurs. 9:30am-7:00pm , Fri.
Paid volunteers with asthma needed for study. Phone
933 2044 ask for Sandy.
Great pay-Excellent hours. Build your professional
resume. Become a phonathon associate for the Carolina
Fund. Start at $4.00 per hour. Sign up for and interview
at 03 Hanes Hall.
Perfect part-time job for students. $4.00hour. $5-$10
hour after training. Choose your own hours. Call 929
1413. Attention: $8.40hour part and full time openings. Ideal
for college students. Car necessary. Call 361-2138,
NOW accepting applications: Cruiselines, Resort
Hotels, Airlines, and Amusement Parks. For more
information and an application, write; National
Collegiate Recreation Service, P.O. Box 8074, Hilton
Head Island, S C. 29938.
Volunteers with fungus infection of the feet (athlete's
foot) needed to test new anti-fungal cream. For more
info, call Dept. of Dermatology UNC School of Medicine
966-3321 between 8am-4.30pm Mon.-Fri. Volunteers will
be paid $50 for their participation.
Part-time help- needed at Granville Towers cafeteria,
a student managed work environment. Flexible hours.
Apply between 2 & 4 pm or call after 5 pm 929-0433
WE WILL PAY you to deliver the Village Advocate on
Wednesdays and Sundays. Both permanent and
substitute jobs available. Call the Circulation Dept., 968
4801. UNC Students doing Survey. You could earn $20. If
you eat PENROSE PICKLED SAUSAGE, Please call
EARN $4-$10hour. Pick your own hours and days.
Raises fast for hard workers. Fun student atmosphere!
Special scholarship positions also! Cooks and drivers
apply now! Pizza Delight, 3110, Hillsboro St. between
4 & 5 PM.
IS Moaitors aeeded to block lots for the last
2 home football gaau oa November 1 aad
November 15. Come by B 13 YMCA BaOdia
Moaitora seeded to block lot for the Li eel
Rickie Coacert (8:39 am) at tke foRowiaa time
lota: 5:15 am-l:M pm (44 aeeded) lt:M am.
11:3 pm (34 aeeded). All Moaitora workiaa
the coacert will be allowed to act iato the
coacert. Come by B 13 YMCA Baildilae if
Siaale father aeeka loviag, reliable, aitter for
8 yr. old boy for oae weekead sight aad oae
week aiaht. Need owa traaaportatioa salary
Attention: 8.40 hr. part and full-time openings. Ideal for
college student. Car necessary. Call 361-2138 10am
lpm. Ham's of Chapel Hill now hiring cooks. No
experience necessary. Apply in person between 4 and
6pm Sun.-Thurs. Ham's is located at 310 W. Franklin
St. .... '
Need a part-time evening position? Health care company
in Durham needs a Mail Clerk to process outgoing mail
from 6-10 pm. Involves some heavy lifting. Also
responsible for night time security procedures and
answering incoming phone calls. HS required. Send
resume indicating salary requirements and daytime
phone number to : Personnel Representative
Coastal Group, Inc.
P.O. Box 15309
Durham. NC 27704
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The NAME of THE ROSE
PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED
7:15 . 9:30
Mother's helper needed for enerrgetic 22 month old
boy. 3-4 afternoons. Possible 1-2 mornings. 929-3980
Moonlighters: clean up jobs at the Dean Dome,
Saturday, November 8, 12 midnight. 6 hours plus.
InterviewingNov. 4, Nov. 5, and Nov. 6 at the UNC
Student Union, Room 212. Drop by or call for an
appointment. Blethen Temporaries 942-0511.
Student waiter needed for small sorority house. Serve
5 dinners per week in exchange for lunch and dinneT
each weekday. Must be clean, neat, and dependable.
Call 967-6001 and leave message.
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team. Barker Kiaa oa 25 E. FraaUia Stract
is bow hiriag for breakfast, mack aa4 late
aiskt skills. We offer very flexible
diacoaated meals, aremiam aay aa
meat oaportaaities. Apply ia aeraea to4ay.
Secretary for Hebrew and religious school. Thursday
afternoon 3:30-6pm, Sunday's 8:O0-3:0Opm. Good wage
489 7062933 2182.
Music Teacher - guitarist preferred for synagogue
religious school. Sundays, good wage. 489-7062933-2182.
PURDVS is looking for a few good men, hard working,
intelligent, etc., etc. Apply in person M F, 25pm.
Cashiers position open also.
Earn extra cash for the holidays. EPA will pay $7 to
$10hr to healthy non-smokers ages 18-35 who
participate in research at UNC. CAD 966-1253 M F, 9am
4pm for more information. Sorry all of our studies for
White females are currently full.
ASTHMATICS: White males ages 18-35 who are
otherwise healthy can earn $7-$10hr. while participating
in a study of the special problems of asthmatics and
air pollution. For more information call 966-1253
between l&5pm, M-F.
LIFEGUARDS NEEDED - Chapel Hill PksRec.
Perfect job for earlyrisers. 5:30 a.m.-9:30a.m. Mon-Fri.
Adv. Lifesaving & CPR required; prefer WSI, First Aid
& Lifeguard Training. $4hr. & up. Apply immediately;
job offers may be made at any time: 200 Plant Rd. 968
Help waate AM or PM care of Male
PbysicaDy Disabled Staefeat. Great oeeer
taaity for Allied Health Services. No
exaerieace aeeded. If iaterceted call
$5hour. Clean my house on bus line. You set time.
Call 929-3062 or send letter to 176 Ridge Trail,
Chapel Hill. KEEP TRYING AFTER 7PM.
Black stadeats & facahy
rial to eara $25-$75week as
Can 92-45 for asore i
BLACK FEMALES (18-22) NEEDED FOR BONE
HEALTH STUDY. Obtain free personal report on
your diet and bone health. Call Nutrition Depart
ment for information, appointment 966-3402.
1984 Honda MB5, low powered motorcycle, great
transportation, immaculate, 2000 miles, must sell-DWI.
$475 or best offer. Call John 933-4722 leave message.
GRANVILLE SOUTH CONTRACT. 10 mealswk. and
air conditioning for spring semester. Call Peter, 933
5657. GRANVILLE TOWERS CONTRACT FOR SALE.
Spring Semester. Male or Female. Enjoy all luxuries.
Please help me and buy this contract. Can discount.
Call Kelli 933-0458.
Lionel Richie concert. Two front row seats. MUST
SELL. Call Chris 933-5367.
Granville Spring Contract for sale! AC, private bath,
pool, computer and weight rooms, meal plan, good price.
Call Sharon after 1:00 at 933-0648. Keep trying!
FOR SALE: Male Granville West Contract. $200.
Dollars off if you call now. Please call 933-2502. Ask
for Denny. Let me save you money!
10 speed men's racing bike. 21' wheels. Best offer. Leave
message on machine. 929-3980
1 CRAIGE CONTRACT TO FEMALE UPPERCLASS
OR GRADUATE STUDENT. PRICE NEGOTIABLE
REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED. CRAIGE
PARKING PERMIT ALSO FOR SALE 929-3748.
Want to go tc Clemson? One football ticket for
November 8 game wth Carolina. Call Dan at 933-1303.
Granville South (male) contract for sale. Available
immediately or for Spring Semester. 19 Meals Per Week.
Call Wil 933-5617. Leave Message.
NORTH CAMPUS DORM CONTRACT FOR SALE
FOR SPRING SEMESTER. IN RUFFIN IF INTER
ESTED CALL ANITA 933 9456.
2 Lionel Richie Concert Tickets For Sale. Call 933-7338.
Craige Dorm contract for sale. Spring semester. Call
8 am or after 11 pm. Call 933-7081 and ask for Haydn.
Airline tickets For Sale! RDU-Los Angeles, roundtrip
use anytime by December 21. $249. Call Mark 942-9269.
Will swap for ticket to Louisville, Ky.
I HAVE 2 LIONEL RICHIE TICKETS FOR
NOVEMBER 8th IN THE S AC. CALL 933 8238 AND
ASK FOR PHILIP IF INTERESTED.
GRANVILLE EAST CONTRACT FOR SALE! Spring
Semester. Newly remodeled room, AC, meal plan, maid
service, pool, computer and weight rooms. Price
negotiable. Call DeeDee at 933-1822.
Two Granville East contracts for sale spring semester
- pool, maid service, air-conditioning, weight room, 10
meal plan - For more information, call Wyndi or Jenna
Lionel Richie Concert Ticket for sale call 933-1685.
CLEMSON TICKETS! Eight tickets available
for sale for footbaM same Saturday! Cal aaw
aad see the Oraage set crashed! Cal NMSH.
For sale: 2nd semester Graham dormitory contract
Great location - Call 942-6723. Ask for David or Smithy.
FURNITURE-SOFAS, SLEEPERS, CHAIRS.
CARPET REMNANTS, BEDDING - AT EXCEP
TIONAL SAVINGS, STYLE CRAFT INTERIORS.
3738 CHAPEL HILL BLVD. ACROSS FROM
SOUTH SQUARE MALL DURHAM - 489 9191.
CHAPEL HILL - 929 7200.
cars for sale
1975 VW Beetle, 75,000 miles, 3000 miles on engine,
new tires and brakes. Asking $1395. Cal) Paul at 929
5521 and leave message.
078 VW Rabbit, Sunroof, new tires, AMFM cassette,
4-speed, new paint job, looks great. 71,000 miles, $1500.
Call Ken at 929-6113.
1981 Audi in Great Condition, Sunroof, Green, AC,
automatic, AMFM, Tape player Bargain price $5000.
1980 Chevy Citation, dark green, v-6, auto, air, AMFM,
power steering, power brakes, 100,000 miles, good
condition. $1200. 967 9623
USED TRUCKS 1978 Dodaa 3 1-tea
vaa $22M. 1978 Ford F158 aickaa $1798.
Call 9am-2em weekdays. 929-2179.
Carrboro apartment. Two bedrooms.one bath. On bus
route and is a short bike ride to campus. Rent $385.00,
929 5491 eves.
809 Ward Street, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room, family
room with fireplace. Immediate occupancy. 1-year lease.
$675month. Call 942-6919 or 628-6301. Students & Pets
FREE RENT for rest of semester. Just take over my
female Spring Granville contract. Super Bargain. 10
mealsweek, maid, AC. Call 933 8509 or 933 8411.
SUBLET 2BR APT. on busline. $341mth. Available
immediately. GradProf bldg. Write: Suite M, 95 S. Elliott
Rd. Chapel Hill, NC 27514
CHANCELLOR SQUARE: 2 Female Roommates
Wanted. Beautifully furnished town house. $250month
plus utilities. Contact Mrs. Ray at 1 919-425-6732 after