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6ATtie Daily Tar HeelFriday, September 2, 1988
Welcome UNC Students!
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Relocated at 171 E. Franklin
at The Battle House, 203 Battle
Lane, across from Kenan Dorm.
Sponsored by Baptist Campus Ministry.
Come at 6:30 pm
on September 9
for a delicious
We mill have plenty
of fellowship and
food. Please bring
R.S.V.P. by noon
Bugel at 942A266.
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THE CAROLINA BAPTIST STUDENT UNION!
Please join us for the following events in September.
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Praise and Worship
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9:30 a.m. CH2j$
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Reverend W. W. Olney
inter - faith creative worship
politically active socially concerned
personal counseling small group study
working for peace and Justice
Maranatha Christian Church
and Campus Ministry
A nondenomlnational spirit-filled church ,
Taylor & Elbaabth Stewart
St. 92&S534 688-2285
The United Methodist
214 Pittsboro Street
Sept 7, 6:00 pm - dinner for
new students '
Sept 14, 6:00 pm - begins
weekly dinners with programs.
Weekly group for graduate
students, Bible study, discussion
groups, social issues involve
ment, work team opportunities,
fun and fellowship.
Sept 30 - fall beach retreat
Rev. Manuel Wortman, chaplain
Ms. Gregg Sullivan, program associate
Ms. Sylvia Svendsgaard, admin, assistant
Friday - Monday, Sept. 2-5: Beach
Retreat to Caswell. Come by for a reg-,
istration form. '
Thursday, Sept. 8 at 5:45 pm: Meeting
in the Great Hall of Carolina Student
Union. Topic: "Our Diversity in Christ."
Friday, Sept. 9 at 6:30 pm: dinner for
For more information, call or come by the Battle
House, 203 Battle Lane, across from Kenan Dorm,
942-4266. Campus ministers are Bob Phillips and
The Community Church
of Chapel Hill
At Mason Farm
and Pureby Roads
near Married Student Housing
Maranatha - Come Lord Jesus (1 Corinthians 16:22)
Maranatha Campus Ministries Student Meeting
Wed., 7:30 pm Student Union Room 224
Worship Service Sunday, 10:00 am
Durham Jordan High School Auditorium
Shuttle service available from:
Student Union at 9:30 am & ;
Chase Cafeteria at 9:35 am. '
Call 929-9393 or 967-0057 for more information.
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104 W. Main St.
1200 Mason Farm Rd.
Jim Abrahamson, PastorTeacher
Randy Russell, Pastor of Ministry
Bill van Bark, Pastor of Family
Education and Youth
Reggie Eidd, Pastor of Worship
An evangelical fellowhlp of
expository Bible teaching and "Body
9:15am, 11:00am & 4:30pm
Adult Sunday School
9:30am & 11:00am
Children's Sunday School
9:30am & 4:30pm
Beginning Sat., Sept. 10 from 9:00 -10:30 at 203 Battle
Lane (The Battle House - across from Kenan Dorms) is
a Bible Study for international students who are Chris
tians or who want to know more about Christianity.
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' .Well make new friends arid have good'lfe6wshi. j
For information and materials , call Harriette Bugel at
Sponsored by UNC
All students are invited to a
9p man is truly educated' tvithout 1
a knowledge of the 'Bible.
Clip and mail to: ItiBCe Correspondence Course
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(Do it now before, you forget!
300 E. Rosemary
Worship at 8:30 8. 1 1:00 am
Fellowship Meal at 6:00 pm
Holy Communion at 7:00 pm
COME JOIN OUR FAMILY
Baptist Student Union
at UNC in Chapel Hill
110 Henderson Street
free welcome cookout on Sunday
from 4:00 to 7:00 pm .
Chapel of the Cross
304 E. Franklin St.
Official says fray d
shooldl result Dim
reform of Congress
From Associated Press reports
Secretary Frank Carlucci said Thurs
day the Pentagon contract fraud
scandal should lead to reforms by the
Congress, not the Defense
Offering a personal "prescription
for procurement reform," Carlucci
called on Congress to streamline its
budget-making process, reduce the
number of committees that oversee
defense spending, shift the Pentagon
budget to a two-year cycle and
provide multi-year funding for more
The goal, he said, should be to limit
the number of "intervention points
where a skillful lobbyist can succeed"
in gaining an advantage.
"For purposes of reform, the most
important fact underscored by the
current investigation is that illegally
gained information has value only
iSe church of
Christ that meets
in Suite 214,
Carr Mill Mall,
Sunday at 1:00 2M.
for additional information
or transportation, call
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THE EPISCOPAL CAMPUS MINISTRY
WELCOMES YOU TO UNC.
Sunday services beginning August 28th :
are at 7:30, 9:00, 11:15 am & 5:15 pm;
other services held daily at 5:15 pm.
Join us at our orientatloncookout following
the 5:15 service on Thursday, September 1st.
Labor Day Beach Retreat - September 2-5.
First Fellowship Night of the weekly
Anglican Student Fellowship - September 6th
at 5:45 followed by dinner & program.
The Rev. Stephen ElKIns-WIllIams, Rector
The Rev. David Stanford, Assoc. for Campus Ministry
when the opportunity exists to use
it," Carlucci said in remarks, prepared
for delivery to the Baltimore Council
on Foreign Affairs.
A copy of his speech was made
available at the Pentagon
"Unfortunately, the current system
is highly unstable and offers far too
many such opportunities," he said.
"No program ever stands still for very
long; someone is always lobbying to
"The message being sent to indus
try is that there is a higher payoff
for investment in lobbying than for
investment in research and develop
ment and long-term productivity
The speech was the most compre
hensive statement to date by the
secretary since the revelation , of a
major fraud probe involving defense
contractors and consultants.
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Main & Greensboro Sts.
Dr. Jesse Croom, Pastor
Rich Erwin, Education
Kathie Wilkinson, Music
Bible Study 9:45 am .
Worship 1 1 :00 am
Training 6:30 pm
Worship 7:30 pm
Supper 5:45 pm
Prayer 6:30 pm . ,
For information about the church
and transportation, call 967-3056.