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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, June 11, 1987, Page 4, Image 4

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4The Tar Heel Thursday, June 11, 1987 -- It's not just aey old library! Special collections of maps and rare books are part of the Mniiquenesss L Louis Round Ozark resort From Associated Press reports EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark. Disgraced television evangelist Jim Bakker and his wife, Tammy Faye, are being offered a free, weeklong visit to this Ozarks resort that not coincidentally would also bring some publicity to town. li i m 7 XX H Uj 1 ' .jr' y 'Get Oh3&sitmatioe Franklin Centre Mall Downtown 967-5400 CT 1 ; nil til 5 !; f -r? 1:1! Wilson Library offers a free "We feel it's a great idea that will bring a lot of positive publicity to our city," said Mayor Richard Schoeninger. Last week Joe McClung, owner of the $900,000 Colonial Mansion motel, sent a registered letter to the Bakkers in Palm Springs, Calif., offering them 50 percent miMp Get the Fresh Alternative. Enjoy a fresh salad or sandwich, made onect-a-time. Even though the world is going "plastic" you don't have to eat it. Stamp out styrofood at Subway. Willow Creek Shopping Center Carrboro 929-2288 By MICHAEL JACKSON Staff Writer Louis Round Wilson Library is scheduled to open August 17 after substantial renovation and con version from a library of general collections to one of special collections, said University librar ian MarceUa Grendler. "We are tremendously looking forward to opening (the library) because the special collections have camped out in the 1977 stacks since the library closed for reno vations," said Grendler. The 1977 stacks are the most recent addition to Wilson Library and are located in the back of the building facing South Road. The library, which was origi nally built in 1929, will house four special collections manuscripts, maps, rare books and the North Carolina collection as well as the North Caroliniana Gallery, the Photographic Services Section and the office of the associate University librarian for special vacation to interest in his hotel in exchange for their help in running it. The Bakkers have visited Eureka Springs on several occa sions, said Joe Parkhill of Berry- Moped-ers: From staff reports Moped drivers who zoom along campus sidewalks are unsafe at any speed, according to University Police. Campus pedestrians have been complaining about close and frightening encounters with 104 W. MAIN ST., CARRBORO 967-5104 (Across From Wendy's On C Busline) M0N-SAT 9-6 WeVe Expanded Our Store! Come See Our Large Selection Of Bicycles And Our Wide Variety Of Bike Accessories! Save 050 to 0150 OFF Centurion o Trek o Cannondale o Jamis Schwinn Mountain Bikes Earth Cruisers Special Prices on Oakley THi itn1n mit.h this nrlf collections. Wilson's special collections include books and other materials that are not appropriate for the general library collection because of their rarity, fragility, format or subject specialization. The Manu scripts Collection comprises the Southern Historical and Southern Folklife Collections, the Univer sity Archives, and general and literary manuscripts. The Maps Collection is the main map refer ence service on campus, and pro vides research assistance for map materials, and instruction in the use and reading of maps. The most complete collection on North Carolina and by North Carolinians is the North Carolina Collection, which contains books, pamphlets, recordings and more than 150,000 mounted newspaper clippings. The collection is also a depository for state documents and receives printed materials issued by the University including department publications and Jim and Tammy fiakker ville, who said he is a close friend of the couple. Eureka Springs, population 1,989, is known for the Christ of the Ozarks statue and the Great stay off the sidewalk Mopeds, and police emphasize that the vehicles dont belong on the sidewalk. According to University Police Sgt. Ned Comar, a University ordinance forbids Moped-riding on campus sidewalks, even though they can be pedaled as well as THE Since 1971 SALES - SERVICE - REPAIRS reports of campus organizations. The Rare Books Collection contains more than 100,000 printed volumes, prints and manuscripts, including rare books of English literature, Southern history, and crime and detective fiction. Artifacts and texts illustrating the University in the lives of North Carolina citizens make up the North Caroliniana Gallery. The Photographic Services Sec tion provides services for library patrons such as microfilming, still photography and copying of book pages. The photographic archives of the North Carolina Collection are also located in the section. The Triangle Research Library Network (TRLN), the on-line computer catalog which connects libraries at UNC-CH, Duke and N.C. State, will also be installed in Wilson. "We hope the entire University community will make use of and enjoy the library," Grendler said. Passion Play. Evidence of Bakkermania in Eureka Springs includes a restau rant sign that read: "Eggs and Hammy for Jim and Tammy." motor-powered. "You cant even ride them like a bicycle (on sidewalks), he said. Mopeds aren't restricted on most sidewalks in Chapel Hill only on sidewalks in the main business district, according to the Chapel Hill Police Department. Comar suggested that students riding Mopeds should stop their engines before they drive onto a campus sidewalk and then push the vehicles to the nearest bicycJe rack. "We're trying to (make restric tions) without calling an all-out war on Mopeds," Comar said. otusjfim BEST CHINESE FOOD IN CHAPEL HILL Fast Lunch Dairy Soup, choice of 17 main entrees, fried rice, or lo mein $3.15 SUNDAY BUFFET 11:30 to 2:30 Shrimp. Chicken & Beef $4.95 Adult $2.95 Child All You Can Eat! 7-11 am f5 X 967-4101 5 1 i s i Sun.-Thurs. 10:30 am-2:00 am Fri.-Sat. 10:30 am-3:00 am (coming soon to Glenwood Shopping Center) i -! .. ;

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