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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, March 17, 1987, Page 4, Image 4

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4The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, March 17, 1987 - ; n Sports iiiilhiirmaiiim., Boakes tanioiredl Gy PATTOM McDOWELL Assistant Sports Editor All-American honors for Dave Fuhrmann and Johan Boakes high lighted the Tar Heel's individual performances at the NCAA indoor track championships last weekend in Oklahoma City. Fuhrmann and Boakes both com peted in the 1000 yard running event, and led a contingent of five UNC runners. Fuhrmann, a senior from Port Jefferson, New York, finished Senate ica to the Soviets. But Townsend called casting the Central American situation in east west terms a big mistake. "Instead of seeing it as a Soviet threat, we ought to look to the threat of poverty in these Central American countries,'' he said. A plan calling for the democrat ization of Nicaragua received strong support in the Senate last Thursday. The Costa Rican Peace plan, formu lated by Costa Rican President Oscar Arias Sanchez, includes pro- American Hoart Association WERE RGHTING FOR YOURUFE Wanted: Models! Established Commercial Photography Studio needs models for brochures and catalogs. Minimum pay $30 per hour. Excellent opportunity for extra income. For appointment n ca 1-774-8112. x s , itfliirlfRU Lucky 17 3 months' $117. 4 Tanning Bed Sessions SCA expires 33187 Get Luctcy And Join The Best Fitness Center In Town (Next to Town "Hall in Carrboro) 503C W. Main St. 933-9249 itiiiuffln . The Place to Live with convenience to both campus and downtown Chapel Hill. Fall Accommodations Available in sixth place with a time of 2:23.62, while Boakes, a freshman from London, England, grabbed the seventh spot with a time of 2:25.55. Senior Jim Farmer had a strong performance in the 3,000 yard run, finishing sixth in his heat with a 7:58.96 mark. The Raleigh native was not able to qualify for the final in his event, however. The women's track squad had two freshmen competing in their div- visions for freedom of the press, free elections and freedom of religion, through negotiations with the San dinista government, Lawton said. "Senator Helms thinks the plan is still incomplete," Lukans said. "What guarantees do we have that they (the Sandanistas) will be true to their word at the negotiating table?" Poston said that support for this plan should not overshadow con tinued aid to the contras. "I would love to see the Sandi nistas give up some power and call for free elections, but until then l think our policy should remain the same," he said. Townsend said the plan is some thing that should be looked at with Page m Studios, Inc. commercial photography WOLFF An Invitation To Convenience be at UNC ision, certainly an encouraging sign for the future of that squad. Mia Pollard continued her excellence in the middle distance running events with a 1:12.57 finish in the 500 yard run, good for fourth place in her heat. She narrowly missed qualifying for the finals. Wilson native Kim Austin pro vided the other outstanding fresh man performance with a sixth place finish in her heat of the 60 yard high hurdles. from page 1 interest. "But we're interested in Nicaragua conforming to our interests and our dictates, and that is not a good start for negotiations," he said. Irish from page 1 Spanky's, in cooperation with Small World Travel Agency, will sell chances for a three-day, two-night Myrtle Beach weekend giveaway, with the winners drawn at midnight, Ewell said. Proceeds from the lottery will go to the Muscular Dystrophy Foundation, he said. For each Spanky's t-shirt sold, Spanky's will donate $ l to the foundation. Chapel Hill Police won be doing anything special to cope with the St. Paddy's Day party-goers, said Keith Lohmann, Chapel Hill Police planner. "We haven't had any problems in the past, and we don't forsee any this vear,',, he said. Drugs from page 1 offenses which affect their ability to do their jobs, but drug offenses are not listed specifically, Ehringhaus said. The Division of Student Affairs and Student Health Services have operated a drug prevention and education program for some time, she said, and some of those services are available to UNC staff. High Rent Costs Students: Your Security Deposit Will Hold An Apartment For The Fall ,o)ffinnof Equal Opportunity Housing Classified Info Tha Daily Tar Haal dos not accept cash for payment of classified advertising. Please let a check or money order be your receipt. Return ad and payment 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 Individuals: $2.00 per day Consecutive day rates: 2 days $3.25 3 days $4.00 4 days $4.75 5 days $5.00 Businesses: $4.50 per day 5t for each additional word $1.00 per day for any boxed ad or bold type Free ads: FOUND ads will run five days FREE. Please notify the DTH office immediately if there are mistakes in your ad. We win be responsible only for the first ad run. announcements Student Audit Board positions now available. Please submit resume and statement of interest to the Student Activities Fund Office, Union Room 203 by 5:00pm March 23rd. Questions? Cat! Mitch Camp. 942-8390. UNC YEAR AT SEVILLE is accepting applications until April 1. 1987 for the 1987-88 UNC Year-at-Sevilk? year. An informational video is available in the undergraduate library (non-print collection for your viewing. lost and found LOST: SOLITAIRE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING, DURING GENESIS ON SUNDAY 222 AT DEAN DOME. JUST GOT CHRISTMAS, LOTS OF PERSONAL VALUE. CALL AMY OR MARK 919-552-3917, COLLECT. LOST: Gold Seiko watch between the Smith Center and Hinton James last Friday. Call 967-2646 REWARD!!! Found: One gold earring. CaB 933-6674 to identify. Found on brick path near Saunders. Found in Granville East-14K pinky ring-Identify at Granville desk. Found: Key ring, very large keys, Brookside drive. 967 9970 to claim. Found: one set of keys near Granville. To identify call 933 6438. Found: Man's watch Sat. morning near olde Campus. Call to identify: Steve 933-3804 FOUND: Calculator found by Hanes Hall. Call 942-4591 to identify. , LOST: Ladies' Seiko with gold watchband. Reward. Call 962 3207 or 929-9651. Left You Broke? TAR HEEL MANOR'S NEW MANAGER . can rent you a two bedroom unit for ONLY $325. permonth New Office Hours Beginning March 1 4 Mon-Fri 8:30-5:00 Saturday 10:00-2:00 TAR HEEL MANOR 102 Highway 54 By-Pass 968-4711 t LOST: Gold rope chain bracelet. If found, please call 929 1248. FOUND: Two rings in Davis Library call 933-1364 and identify to claim. services Abortion To 20 Weeks. Private and confidential GYN facility with Saturday and weekday appointments available. Pain medication given. Free pregnancy tests. 942 0824. Mevc It Locally Rent my truck and my labor. I do small moving jobs. Experienced moving refrigerators and other large appliances. Call Robert Tart at 933-3777. Word Processing and Typing. We specialize in resumes and repetitive form letters. Fast turn around time and reasonable rates. Please call 967-0822. TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING 933 2163 TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING ; TYPING TYPING DONT WAIT weeks to get your stereo fixed. Get the fastest, friendliest service and the longest guarantee on component repairs. 25 years expeirnce. Call 967-1063. PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Free pregnancy testing and counseling. Call PSS at 942-7318. All services confidential help wanted Need an easy part-time job? Earn $20 $30 per week in your spare time donating plasma. Sera Tec Bio 942 0251. 18-30 year old white men with respiratory colds and flu needed for paid EPA research study at UNC. You must be a non-smoker in good general health-no asthama or hay fever. Call Dr. Chatman at 541 5026 or the recruitment office at 966-1532 as soon as you think you are getting a cold or the flu. Botany lover needed as gardner Wed. or Fri. afternoons for Historic District Yard on Coker Property. Salary negotiable 929-0073. PART TIME PROGRAMMER. Local, established software company seeks student for daytime hours position. DEC experience useful. Contact Kevin Mooneyat942 7801. Earn $6.50 per hour to help us and you out. If you have a car and can clean a condo every other week. Call 967 2061. Lively, caring, responsible person needed this summer to care for our daughter, 12, and son, 9. Weekdays 8:00-5:30. Good salary and benefits. Call 929-3718 after 9:00 pm. UNC Phonathon-convenient eevening sessions, flexible schedule-build your resume while helping Carolina. $4.00hr to start. Call 962-7014 or come by 02 Hanes for details. MICRO-P80GEAMMEK: Substantial microconv outer programming (primarily dBase ID) is required to produce user-friendly software for two major projects intended to help community care agencies improve their patient care planning, utilization control, cost estimates, etc. This is a temporary position with possibility of becoming permanent. Salary negotiable. Send resume to Program on Aging, School of Public Health, 145 Kron Building 514A, UNC-CH, Chapel Hid, NC 27514. The , University of North Carolina is an Equal Opportunity ' Affirmative Action Employer. . , . t, , Perfect Part-time job for students. Earn $4hr. to start; $5-$10hr. after training. Call 929-1413 weekdays between 1 & 5 PM. ELLIOT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN 967-4737 $2.50 Tllrll&T HlMTTEl(CS.nUn) Nominated for 8 Academy Awards! PLATOON (R) 2:45 5:00 7:20 9:35 Todd Allen in WITCH BOARD 3:10 5:10 7:10 9:20 EricStolz SOME KINO OF WONDERFUL (PG-13) 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:10 m 7 I i I I II I I I I H I II 1 UUfiUUIUU Granville Towers TM UNIVERSITY SQUARE (919) 929-7143 The Town of Carrboro is accepting applications for the following part-time and summer temporary recreation positions. FIELD ASSISTANT Position requires the maintenance preparation of athletic facilities for recreation activities. Athletic knowledge andor previous ballfield mainte nance experience preferred. 10-20 hrswk mostly weekday afternoons with possible evening and weekend ' work required. $4hr. FACILITY ACTIVITY SUPERVISOR Supervise youth baseball andor adult Softball games. Work begins in , late April; weekday late afternoons and evenings. 6-20 hrswk. Experience preferred. $4.25hr. SCOREKEEPER Keep score for adult softball games. Work begins in late April; Weekday late afternoons and evenings. 6-20 hrswk. Experience preferred. $3.75hr. DAYCAMP SUPERVISOR Plans, supervises and implements a six week outdoor summer daycamp ' program for youth ages 6 11. Knowledge of games, sports, arts, nature and program planning desired. ' Previous experience with children and supervisory, experience preferred. Must hold or be willing to obtain ' a NC Class B driver's license. 35hrswk. June 15-August 3. $5.25hr. DAYCAMP ACTIVITY LEADERS (2 positions) Lead ' activates in a six week outdoor summer daycamp program for youth ages 6-11. Experience inor knowledge of games, sports, arts, crafts, nature and children preferred. 33 hrswk. June 19 August 3. $4.25 hr. Apply by 5pm Friday, March 20 to Town of Carrboro-Personnel Office 310 W. Main Street, PO Box 337 . Carrboro, NC 27510 (919)968-7708 An Equal Opportunity Employer LOOKING FOR BUSINESS OR GRAD. STUDENT FOR WOMENS RETAIL POSITION. INCLUDES SALES AND BOOKKEEPING. APPROX: 30HRWK (POSSIBILITY OF FULL-TIME, IF DESIRED) MUST WORK THURS. NIGHTS AND SAT. BUT OTHER HRS. ARE FLEXIBLE. STARTING PAY $5.50HR. CONTACT ANN ABE AT LIVINGSTON'S IN DUR HAM BTWN 9 5 489-2774. Attention 8-40 hrs. Part & full-time openings. Car necessary. Call 361-2138 10 am i pm. Coaaselors, Specialists for PA sammer camp. ', La ad a ad water sport, fiae a ad perfonniB3 arts, video a ad morel CAMP AKIBA a great; sammer! Interviews March 17th, call Stadeatl Employmeat at 962-0131. EXPERIENCED, PROFESSIONAL TYPIST for disser - tations, theses, major papers. Graduate School' Approved. Blue Book, Turabian, APA, etc. Statistical,' medical, legal. Will barter smaller papers for housekeep-. ing. 967-1383 Volunteers with fungus infections of the feet (athletes feet) needed to test new anti-fungal cream. For more information, call the Department of Dermatology, UNC School of Medicine 966-3321 between hours of 8 am-4:30 pm M-F. Volunteers will be paid $50 for their participation. Cashiers a ad cooks seeded for fall aad part-time employmeat. All shifts availa ble, flexible hrs. to sait yoa, premiam waves paid. Apply daily McDoaalds, Earopa Drive, CH. No paoae calls please. Performance Inc., nations largest mail order company of bicycle parts and accessories has two openings in their shop: One full-time wheel builderbicycle mechanic to help build wheels and bikes and answer technical questions for our customers. One part-time pickerpacker. Pick and pack shop orders and help with all phases in shop. Both positions require general mechanical , appitude however mechanical experience related i to bicycles -is npt necessary. Apply to Performance Bicycle Shop, 404 E. Main St., Carrboro, N C. .27510. v,1 v. vJ ' Western Sizzlin Steak House is now accepting applications for all full and part-time positions. Schedules can be arranged for any situation. Good starting pay exellent working conditions. Apply in person only between 2 and 4 pm daily. JOIN A WINNING TEAM: Burger King on 205 E. Franklin St. is now offering part-time positions from 11-2 pm or 12 noon-3 pm M-F and late night shifts Friday and Saturday. We provide very flexible hours, premium pay, vacation pay and discount meals. Apply today. Need a job? with starting pay $3.65hour. Great opportunity for advancement, anual pay raise, flexible hours to meet your needs (must work weekend shift) exceptional opportunity for expe rience in management, friendly student and student managed working atmosphere plus more! Then apply at Granville Towers Dining Services 2-4 PM, Monday Thursdays or call 929 0433. EEOMFH. Black stadeats & facalty seeded. Poten tial to earn $25-$75week as sperm doaor. Call 962 -659 for more information. American Heart Association Gene Hackman I t;l;!llfr;f-1 7. I m,"sns,tm" I 9: 00 30 OUTMGEOUS FORTUNE E f """" T;' 7:15 9:15 IMtMMaua iitmii mm Avoid the lottery blues. Apply now! All apartments on the bus line to DnC. 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 1-800-334-1 65& "Equal Housing Opportunity" 05 Jkl THEATRES JL 1 o st; ti r-i-r.-v-.-i rs M TaW

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