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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, April 26, 1989, Page 9, Image 9

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Hoop's stair com mm its to From Associated Press reports OAKTON, Va. Hint Hill for ward George Lynch, heavily recruited by North Carolina and Virginia, said Tuesday that he intends to play for the:Tar Heels. Lynch, 6-foot-7, averaged 22 points, 1 1 rebounds and three assists during his one year at the school, about 12 miles south of Washington, D.C. Flint Hill coach Stu Vetter said Lynch is one of the best players to come out of the 33-year-old school. "We had some outstanding players . . I but George ranks certainly in the top five," said Vetter, who has coached at Flint Hill for 14 years. The jerseys of Lynch and teammate Arron Bain have been retired, Vetter The DTH Campus Calendar is a daily listing of University-related activities sponsored by academic departments, student services and student organizations officially recognized by the Division of Student Affairs. To appear in Campus Calendar, announcements must be submit ted on the Campus Calendar form by NOON one business day before- the announcement is to run. Saturday and Sunday events are printed in Friday's calendar and must be submitted on the Wednesday before the announcement is to run. Forms and a drop box are located outside the DTH office, 104 Union. Items of Interest lists ongoing events from the same campus organizations and follows the same deadline schedule as Can.ous Calendar. Please use the same form. Wednesday Classified! AdveirtDSDong Classified Info The Daily Tar Heel does not accept cash for payment of clas sified advertising. Please let a check or money order be your receipt Return ad and payment to the DTH office by noon one business day before your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid. Visa and Mastercard accepted at the office. Rates: for 25 words or less Students, Student Organizations and Individuals: , , ,r, $2.00 per day Consecutive day rates: 2 days 3.2S 3 days $4.00 4 days $4.50 5 days $5.00 .50 for each consecutive day Businesses: $5.00 per day Additional charges for all ads: 5 per word per day over 25 words $1X0 per day for boxed ad or bold type 114 W. Franklin St. 967-0790 FAX: 967-9243 Where Friends Are Your Neighbors.. 4' m if For a limited time only: 2 BEHDEKDXDM APARTMENTS $305, 12 Month Lease 0405, 9 Month Lease Offer expires May 15, 1989 Hwy 54 By Pass Live with your friends... 929'2139 Sign a lease now! Sports said. "WeVe only retired five jerseys in 30 something years. That's a good indication of their abilities. Both came out of here with good grades, and they're going to great universi ties," he said. Bain announced Tuesday that he would attend Villanova. Lynch is the second Virginia prep standout to choose North Carolina over Virginia during the current recruiting season. The first was Petersburg High School point guard Kenny Harris. The Tar Heels 1989 recruiting class also includes 7-1 center Matt Wen strom of Katy, Tex., and 6-7 swing man Henrik Rodl, a native of West Germany who played for Chapel Hill High School a year ago. Campus 5 p.m. AIESEC will hold its general members meet ing. All interested stu dents are encouraged to attend. 5:30 p.m. Wesley FoandarJoa will meet for a picnic to be held at Umstead Park. 5:30 p.m. Newman Catholic Student Center will have stu dent night featuring a Senior Roast. 8 p.m. Stndent Environ mental Action Coalition will meet in the Campus Y lounge. All interested may attend. Department of Free ads: FOUND ads will run five days FREE. Please notify the DTH office imme diately If there are mistakes in your ad. We will be responsible only for the first ad run. . Accepted at the office help wanted NON-PROFIT CONSUMER AD VOCACY ORGANIZATION seeks students for part-time em ployment. Assistance needed with editorial, clerical and legis lative activities. Pick up appli cation at Union Desk Informa tion rack. INTERNATIONAI OPERATIONS A GENT needed for air express compa ny. 12 noon-3 pm. (Monday-Friday). Will train. Typing skills required. Air port location. 840-4381. During Finals Open 24 Hours the copy center J if- v - AT r CAROLINA APARTMENTS Calendar Mnsic will present the UNC Symphony Orchestra in concert in Hill Hall Auditorium. The program will fea . ture Beethoven, Barber, and Dvorak. Tonu Kalam will be conductor. WXYC FM 89.3 will play the new album from Bruce Cockburn, Big Circumstance, in its entirety with no interruptions. 11 p.m. Items of Interest Elections Board has applica tions available for the 1989-90 school HEALTHY WHITE MALE SMOK ERS ages 18-35. Earn $50 as partic ipants in UNC Dept. of Epidemiology study of the effects of environmental exposures on blood and sperm cells. Call 1-800-284-8244 (9-5, Mfl. HOUSECLEANING, 1 dayweek, ap proximately 2 hours. Need person for summer, preferably fallwinter too. Walk from campus. $6-$7hour. Call between 5-9 pm. only. 968-3729. NURSING, PHYSICAL THERAPY. AND HEALTH-RELATED STU-. DENTS: The private care program of the Home Health Agency of Chapel Hill has rewarding opportunities for full-time or part-time work. Set your own schedule. Excellent pay. Con tact Linda Shaw, RN, Private Care Program. 929-7478 or 1-800-672-5905. HARDWARE SALES: Perma nent part-time salesperson needed. Hardware or related experience preferred. Flexi ble hours. Weekend work re quired. Need to be here dur ing summer 1989. Apply in person at Yarncll-Hoffer Hardware, Rams Plaza. 942-3500. wr UNC Problems at Maryland COLLEGE PARK, Md. A newspaper reported Tuesday that NCAA investigators have been told that members of the 1987-88 Mary land baseketball team were seen driving cars belonging to coaches, including coach Bob Wade. , The National Collegiate - Athletic Association began a preliminary inquiry in February after Wade admitted that members of his staff provided transportation for former Terrapins guard Rudy Archer while Archer was a student last fall at Prince George's Community College. Wade has denied participating in or authorizing the transportation, a recruiting violation under NCAA rules. year at the Union Desk or Suite C. They are due May 5; interviews will be conducted early next fall. Call David Smith at 933-4854 or 962-5201 for information. University Career Planning and Placement Services requests that seniors with definite plans for next year, either job, graduate or professional school, complete a follow-up form for UCPPSin211Hanes. UCPPS is also recruiting six student representatives for a new Advisory Committee. This commit tee will also include employer and faculty representatives. Rising sophomores, juniors and seniors are invited to apply in 21 1 Hanes by May 1. SAVE OUR PLANET! Nuclear proliferation, toxic contamination and the slaughter of endangered species threaten the ecological balance of our planet. YOU can make a difference! Work with Greenpeace Action to educate and protest for Earth. Hours 2 10 pm. Parttimefulltime. Earn $175-$250week. Call Sam at 834-6585 beginning May 1. SPERM DONORS NEEDED. Col lege students or graduates under 35 years oldj' wiiKng to participate 6 months or longer in artifical insemi nation program. Confidentiality as sured. $30 per acceptable specimen. Call 962-6596 for screening Informa tion. MANAGER NEEDED - A ladies contemporary clothing store In Chapel Hill is seeking a man ang er and assistants. Retail experi ence a plus but not necessary. Competitive salary and benefits included. If you are interested in becoming part of our team then send resumes or inquiries to D. Rourke, 616 S. Fuquay Avenue, Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526. sauna whirlpool massage stearnroom students bring this ad with you and we will treat you like a member, call for appointment, relax during exams. TOO TOE OTDE&II FH will be performing dynamic feats of strength The Pit, 1 2 Noon Today! LAB ASSISTANT WANTED, Dept. of Physiology: Primary care person for tadpoles and frogs. Preparation of laboratory solutions - Biology or Chemistry major. Call Sibyl Wray, 966-1096. LAB ASSISTANT WANTED to work 10-20 hoursweek making media and washing dishes. Start summer and continuing into school year. Call Carol at 966-4812. LEGAL ASSISTANT POSITION with litigation section of Poyner and Spruill Law Firm in Raleigh. Candi dates must be about to receive B.A. Excellent salary and benefits. Send resume and transcript to David Drei fus, P.O. Box 10096, Raleigh, NC , 27605O096. LITIGATION AND HEALTH riDF nrlnal natei Uilth excellent writing, reiearcn and organizational skills. Experience preferred. Excel lent salary and benefit. Send resume to Mrs. Pat Gay, Recruiting Coordinator, Hunton and Williams, P.O. Box 109. Raleigh, NC 27602. , LOOKING FOR CARE ATTENDANT to assist wheelchair bound student with morning, evening or weekend care. No previous experience need ed. Willing to train. Can work around school schedule. Great hands on ex perience that pays. Positions availa ble for 1st or 2nd summer session. Please call 929-9337 for more info In interested. STUDY SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR EPA AIR POLLUTANTS RE SEARCH. Healthy, non-smoking males, 18-35, can earn money for re search studies and travel. Call 929 9993. TELEMARKETER AND RESEARCH ASSISTANT: Could you make a presentation to the CEO of a major Southeast holding company? Do you have the self confidence to consult with mid-level managers about their business careers? Would you like to add a "real" job to your resume while you are still In college? if your an swers to the above questions are yes we would like to talk to you. The Durham-Chapel Hill office of the nation's largest contingency search firm is now accepting applications for the above positions. Research assist ant - $4hr. Telemarketer - $4hr. plus commissions. Call Mon-Fri. 8 8:30 am or 4-5 pm 942-6966. After hours or weekend, 493-2140. Ask for Stan Ward. ATTENTION - HIRING! Government jobs - your area. Many immediate o penings without waiting list or test. $17,840-$69,485. Call 1-602-838-8885. EXT R5271. 1990 CAROLINA GIRLS SWIM SUIT CALENDAR models need ed. Send pictures (portrait, full length), name, address, phone number to: G&R Publications, Box 934, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. BURGER KING is now looking for eager, energetic employees to help continue serving the surrounding ar ea. Excellent starting wage. Free meals, free uniforms and career ad vancement opportunities. Apply now--205 E. Franklin St., Chapel Hill. Be sure to Inquire about our $50 bonus program. CAROL WOODS DINING ROOM WORK: Shift hours 4-8 pm weekdays; 11-3 Sunday. In teract with vital retired residents in a pleasant dining environ ment. $4.34hr to start. Gener ous scheduling and request off provisions. Quality meals provid ed. No experience necessary. Come by today-Carol Woods, 750 Weaver Dairy Rd. to fill out an application. CAROLINA INN HIRING WAITS for dining room. Start now through summer & f alL See Wayne after 5. DO YOU HAVE CHILD CARE EX PERIENCE? Child Care Networks is looking for qualified caregivers to provide full or part-time care in the child's home. For more information Call 942-0184. ELIMINATE THE SUMMER JOB BLUES . . .CALL Kelly 383 2575. Looking for a summer job is usually necessary and almost always difficult. Over 100,000 students have found a solution . . .Kelly Services and college students are a perfect match! Call for an appointment. Kel ly Temporary Services. Not an a gency - never a fee. EOEMFH. ' m 980 Airport Road 942-51 'SA Chapel HillCarrboro - ADVERTISNGSALES. GAIN THE BEST COLLEGE business experi ence and large financial benefits by selling Ad space with the most re spected college magazine. Campus Connection wants a local sales rep with the energy and time to provide training and support. You receive large $$ commissions and power house your resume. I need a driven and dependable student. Call Jay Wilkinson ASAP before 5 pm EST (201) 866-1971. SPRING CASH: Earn $30 this week as a new plasma donor for approxi mately 3-4 hours of your spare time. Sera-Tec Biologicals, 942-0251. ATTENTION: EXCELLENT INCOME FOR HOME ASSEMBLY WORK. INFO. CALL 504-646-1700 DEPT. P107 CHICK-FIL-A. UNIVERSITY MALL. Come join our team. We offer college scholarships, excel lent pay, flexible hours, free meals and are closed on Sun days. Call 968-0126. THE IMMUNOLOGY LABORA TORY AT NC Memorial Hospital on the campus of UNC-CH cur rently has a full-time, permanent opening for a medical labora tory assistant. Mon-Fri. 7 am 3:30 pm. Position requires grad uation from high school and at least one year of clinical lab ex perience. B.S. preferred. Mini mum salary of $6.94hr and comprehensive benefits package. Please contact: NC Memorial Hospital employment office, 521 S. Greensboro St., Box 100, Carrboro NC 27510. 919-966-5224. Equal OpportunityAffir mative Action Employer. THE TOWN OF CARRBORO is now accepting applications for part-time recreation facilityactivity supervisors in the following areas: Special Popu lations - assist with implementation nand supervision of recreation pro grams for developmentally multi handicapped adults. Interest and ex perience with Special Populations preferred. 4-12 hrs month with most hours on nights andor weekends. Pay rate $4.25hour. Special Events - assist with preparation and imple mentation of recreational Special E vents. Duties may include light manu al labor. Hours vary and are on an occasional basis, scheduled in ad vance. Usually nights andor week ends. Approximately 3-15 hrsmonth. Pay rate: $4.25hour. Closing date: April 28.1989. For ap plications contact Personnel. P.O. Box 337, 301 W. Main St. Carrboro, NC 27510 or call 919-968-7708. EOE. TWO PERSONS male and female preferred, strong and healthy, to earn excellent part-time money to profes sionally deliver my appliance prod ucts. Call Bud Matthews, 967-3719. WANTED: FULL-TIME COOK. Top salary. Full benefits, medical and dental after 90 days. Paid vacation. Apply in person at the Fearrington Market on 15-501 South. WANTED: STUDENT DESK CLERKS at the Carolina Inn for sum mer, possibly fall. Full or part-time positions available. Apply in person at the front desk. YMCA NOW HIRING! FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST, MWF or TTH from 4:30 pm-9 pm plus alter nate weekends. Sat. 9 am-7 pm, Sun 1 pm-6 pm: to greet members, an swer phones, and register YMCA Program participants. SERVICE DESK ATTENDANT, MWF. 3:15 pm-9: 15 pm plus alternate weekends. Sat. 8:45am-7:15 pm, Sun 12:45 pm-6: 15 pm: issuing keys, YMCA e quipment, making appointments, and being able to handle the public Ap ply: 980 Airport Road, 942-5156. business opportunities OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE STORE. CHOOSE FROM: JEANSPORTSWEAR, LADIES, MEN'S, CHILDRENMATERNITY. LARGE SIZES. PETITE, DANCEWEAR AEROBIC, BRIDAL, LINGERIE OR ACCESORIES STORE. ADD COLOR ANALYSIS. BRAND NAMES: LIZ CLAIBORNE, HEALTHTEX. CHAUS. LEE, ST MI CHELE, FORENZA, BUGLE BOY. LEVI, CAMP BEVERLY HILLS, OR GANICALLY GROWN,' LUCIA, O VER 2000 OTHERS. OR $13.99 ONE PRICE DESIGNER, MULTI TIER PRICING DISCOUNT OR FAMILY SHOE STORE. RETAIL PRICES UNBELIEVABLE FOR TOP f3 i ft 56 VA in The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, April 26, 19899 QUALITY SHOES NORMALLY PRICED FROM $19. TO $60. OVER 250 BRANDS 2600 STYLES. $18,900 TO $29,900: INVENTORY, TRAINING. FIXTURES, AIRFARE, GRAND OPENING. ETC CAN O PEN 15 DAYS. MR. SCHNEIDER (407)366-8606. START Your own part-time Business selling T-shirts. Apply now. ToD free, 1-800 842 2336. summer jobs LOOKING FOR THAT PART TIME SUMMER JOB WITH DAYS FREE TO WORK ON YOUR TAN OR STUDY AND STILL MAKE GREAT MONEY? PlayMakers Repertory Company is looking for sales representa tives to join our telemarketing campaign. Great pay and incen tives. Must have strong commu nication skills, enjoy sales and working on the telephone. Call 962-7005 between 10 am and 4 pm. PART-TIME CLERK POSITION A VAILABLE at Carolina Dining Ser vice in the Business Office. Must be dependable and have computer and accounting experience and be able to deal with the public. Contact Deb bie DuBois at 210 Lenoir Hall, UNC CH to fill out an application. EOE. PART-TIME CAREGIVER NEEDED. AA Licensed, University Baptist Day Care Center, serving 2-5 year olds. $5 per hour. Call Beryl. 942-5577. POOL MANAGER AND LIFE GUARDS wanted for the summer. Neighborhood pool with opportunity for swimming lessons and private party work. Bob Osman, 490-2973. evenings and weekends. RESEARCH PROGRAM. School of Public Health seeks general office as sistant. 20 hrswk. $5.00hour. Mid-May through mid-August. Own car, prior word processing and cleri cal experience required. Kron Bldg. Airport Road. Phone, 966-5782. SPEND YOUR SUMMER IN CAPE HATTERAS! Hatteras Outdoors is looking for salespeople and also ex perienced windsurfers to teach les sons. Call Dave or Carol at 995 5815 or 995-5544. STATEWIDE OPENINGS. $10.25 pay rate with Vector. Corporate scholarships and Internships a vailable. All majors may apply. Call Charlotte (704) 563-5239; Columbia, SC (803) 796-8067; Raleigh (919) 851-7422; Greens boro (919) 292-6070; Greenville, SC (803) 877-6719; Knoxville. TN (615) 584-3358. SUMMER INTERNS wanted at North Carolina's largest weekly newspaper ( 3 jour nalism majors for reporters job, 1 circulation, and 3 ad vertising majors). Call (919) 228-7851, or send resume and clipppings to Tom or Jean Boney, Alamance News, P.O. Box 431, Graham, NC 27253. SUMMER JOB AVAILABLE IN human , genetics lab. Work will involve purification of recombi nant DNA. Some lab experience preferred. Call 966-6920 or 6921. SUMMER JOBS: PAINTING in Dur ham. Working with other young peo ple. Fun summer job with good pay! Call Pam at 942-7957 or 1-800-6867. i GREAT SUMMER JOB at the beach for personable, energetic student. Call or write: Kite Kingdom, PO Box 1036. Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948. (919) 441-6235. IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT A VAILABLE. EASY JOB. CAROLINA THEATRE. 942-3061. LIFEGUARDS, full- or part-time. Qualifications: WSI or ALS and CPR. Send resume: Parkwood Vil lage Association, 1227-T67 Seaton Road, Durham, NC 27713. Addition al information: Roger L. Karl, 544 2375, evenings and weekends. LOOKING FOR A GREAT SUMMER JOB71 Carbonated Video Stores in RTP and Cary are looking for bright, outgong sales people who love movies. Flexible hours, competitive salary, great benefits. Call 481-2191 A-SAP. (Gold Connection HAS GREAT PRICES plus a free parting toen with every purchase! 128 E. Franklin St. QC"7 nAi n Downtown Chapel Hill Zf O - VI vJLlJ J next to Johnnu T-Shirt V Southwick Amateur ' ' Championship 36 Hole Tournament, 8 Flights Over $10,000 in prizes May 20 & 21, 1989 18-hole Public Course Complete line of Golf Equipment Driving Range Lessons Available outljtoici Golf Course Call for Journey Details CAMP COUNSELORS NEED ED; Residential summer camp for adults and children with Aut ism. May 21 July 22. Work and live on campsite in the Chapel Hill area. Send resume or call Autism Society of NC, 2312 Miiburnie Rd. Raleigh, NC 27610.(919)821-0859. CAMP JOBS: Counselors, waterfront staff, camping In structor, ropes course In structor needed for special population residential camp near Clemson SC; room, board, salary: June-July: Call Lorrie (803) 646-7502. COME AND LIVE IN THE WOODS, but still be close e nough to visit Washington, DC on your time off! If you enjoy children, then we have a job for you! We need gener al counselors, artscrafts dir., lifeguard (WSI), nurse, food supv., cooks and busi ness managers. Camps are located in Bridgewater and Lecsburg, VA. Call the Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital, 1-202-337-4300 or 1-800-523-7898 in MD and VA. EARN AN AVERAGE OF $10HOUR interviewing consumers for a market research firm. Responsi ble, enthusiastic people needed for part-time, week night work. Flexible scheduling, valuable marketingad vertising experience. Call 544-5991. Ask for Peter Vitale. GRADUATION! SUMMER JOBI Are you ready to take charge of your financial situ ation? Write for information. U-Can-Manage, Inc., P.O. Box 51476. Durham, NC 27717. GREAT SUMMER JOB AT CAPE HATTERAS! Need two to work in fast, pace gourmet deli and share a partment. Food service experience preferred. Call (919) 995-5503. SUMMER JOBS CHARLOTTE, NC. Warehouse positions, 8:30 5:30, Mon-Fri, May-August. Call Doug (704) 372-7849. SUMMER POSITION. May-August, 15 hrswk as Assistant House Man ager. Duties include errands, some housework and light outside work. Dependability, transportation, trust worthiness, and honesty are musts! Call 967-0839 after 7 pm and week ends for interview appointments. SUMMER SALESPEOPLE. The Village Advocate seeks salespeople for. the 1989 Newcomer's Guide. Ideal candi date will be an upperclassman or graduate in the business or jour nalism curriculum. This position is fulltime for the summer, can not be combined with summer school courses and offers great earning potential. If you are an a gressive, hard-working, articu late, and creative student look ing for great saleswork experi ence, please send your resume and cover letter to: Newcomer's GuideVillage Advocate, Attn: Carolyn Lyons, PO Box 2145, Chapel Hill. NC 27515. TEN-SOC INTERNATIONAL, the tennis and soccer specialty store lo cated in Brightleaf Square, Durham, is looking for a summer store manag er. Call 688-3399. Ask for Evan or Kelly. THE BEACH CONNECTION is now accepting applications for part time . and full time positions. Must be here both sessions of summer school. See Billy -968-3235. volunteer opportunities NEEDED: Volunteer student campus tour guides during first and second session summer school. Training will be provided. Contact undergraduate admissions. Monogram Building next to Cobb Dorm. 966-362 1. THE HOSPITAL NEEDS YOU THIS SUMMER I Sign up to volunteer at NCMH. Over 50 service areas. Registration is: May 22-May 24 9 am-5 pm. Vol unteer Services, 1st Floor, NCMH. Call 966-4793 for more information. Y EVEflV DAY! N Directions: From NC 54 ByPass take Jones Ferry Rd. to Old Greensboro Rd. 12.5 miles to NC 87. Turn right on NC 87 (north) for 9 miles to blinking light. Turn right for 1 .2 miles on Boywood Rd. to sign.

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