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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 15, 1989, Page 9, Image 9

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The Daily Tar HeelFriday, September 15, 19899 FREE ROOM AND BOARD for moth er's helperbabysitter responsible ties. Weekdays free. Private room in Woodcraft home. Call 493-9442 after 6pm. HORSE LOVERS: 23 bedroom house, large open barn, 2 pas tures, 2 ponds, woods, outbuild ings, and lease of riding horse, 15 -miles southwest of Chapel Hill. .-750mo. deposit required. 471 "9685. ! TWO BEDROOM apt for rent with fireplace. Wooded lot. Water ; Included. $400mo. Call 942- 3079. TWO BEDROOM CONDO ' immediately avail. 15 mins ' walking distance to campus. Immediately avail. AC.stove, refrigerator, storage, parking, busline. $335mo. For visit call 942-5271 mornings or after 7pm. ATTENTION STUDENTS Mill Creek units avaii. Just reduced : to $65O-700mo. Luxury 2BR, 2 full bath condos. Washerdryer incl. Move in nowl Call Chapel Hill Realty 942-4147. 'SMILE! The Weekend's Coming! DTH Classifieds Rooms Available COBB CONTRACT FOR SALE: Make the change from a hot, crowded . room in a bad location to this air ' cond double. Call Kelly: 933-1793. .-DO YOU WANT to live on campus? Room for sale in Morrison. Call Trisha at 9334127. 'DO YOU want to LIVE ON CAM IPUS? Room in Graige (female) con--tract for sale - reduced price. Call :Olga, 933-3108. ROOM AVAILABLE FOR PROFES SIONAL in spacious condo with 2 professional females. Micro, wash er,.dryer. cable. Available Sept 25. INO PETS. Call 942-5017, leave message. tROOM AVAILABLE, WALKING DIS TANCE TO CAMPUS. Own room & 'bath. One-third utilities. Call after 3 pm on weekdays, ask for Daryl, 't 942-0701. I ROOM FOR RENT In private home Jtwo blocks from campus. Non . smoker, female preferred. 942 ;0397. Leave message. tTIRED OF DORM LIFE? Granville contract for sale for spring 'semester. Windowside & parking space. 933-1798. Unfurnished Room available at Estes Park Apts. On Busline, rent free until Oct. 121 13 utilities. Female preferred. Move in ASAP. Call anytime 942-3842, Jennifer. HEY SOUTHCAMPERS, SICK OF THE WALK! Air conditioned room contract at Carmlchael for sale (female), great location. Call Stacey, 968-4456. BUY IT, SELL IT. FIND IT, CLASSIFIEDSI Roommates Wanted EVER PAY $170.50 for an apart ment you've moved out of state from? Please replace me. My roommate and I needed you yes terday! Great place to live! I was there for three years but now I'm gone. Help me. 929-4552. FEMALE PREFERRED to share charming apartment on busline. Own room and 12 bath. Furhnished except for your room. $173. 942-7908 leave message. 1 NEED a non-smoking roommate, female preferred, ASAP! $164 a month plus 12 of the power. On busline. Please call Kathleen and Laura at 933-1530. OWN ROOM AND BATH in 2-bed-room Highland Hills Apartment. $240month plus 12 utilities. Call Dave at 929-9449. ROOMMATE NEEDED Immediately. 2 BR, 1 Bath. $194.50 (H20 incl) plus 12 utilities. Female pre ferred. On bus route. Please con tact Angela, 942-8686 late evenings. ROOMMATE WANTED to share 2br Kingswood Apt. Fully furnished except your room. 189mo, 12 utilities. On J Busline. Sept remnt is free! Call Kosta, 967-8273. Rides & Riders LOOKING FOR A RIDE TO THE D.C. area weekend of Sept 16. Will help pay for gas. Prefer to leave Sat or Sun. Please call Amy at 933-1656. NEED RIDE TO Washington. DC this weekend 915. Very Urgent! Call Christ 966-3459 days, 933 0303 evenings. RIDE WANTED. One way to NOVA, WASH DC area Fri afternoon or evening Sept 15. Will pay. Call and leave message for Susan at 933-8188. Parking FREE SEMESTER parking raffle sponsored by Newman Catholic Student Center drawing held Sept 13 for 2 parking spaces at 218 Pittsboro (behind Carolina Inn): only $lhr per chance. London bus on it. Somewhere between Parker and Whitehead dorms. Please call Stephanie or Andrea at 933-6437. MARGE NELSON. I found your gym card. Stop by 101 Peabody Hall to pick up. Health " Services Carpools CAR-POOL? Fayetteville-Chapel Hill. If interested, please call 436 4685. If no answer, please leave a message. Lost & Found FOUND: Large kyptonite motorcycle lock at corner of Cameron & Columbia. Found Aug 28. Bring by the key and its yours. Call 933 7222. LOST. GLASSES with pink plastic frames and glass lenses near the Sigma Epsilon House, Sept 5 or 6. Call 929-6780. Keep trying. LOST: Bus pass between the F Lot and The School of Nursing on Sept 12. Call Danene 966-4435. LOST: set of keys with a small red MASSAGE Learn about these methods of Reducing Stress Find our the basic Techniques YOGA - Monday, September 18. 1989 MASSAGE - Tuesday. September 19. 1989 7:30-9:00 P.M. UNC WELLNESS Resource Center EACH CLASS - LIMIT 15 REGISTER TODAY! 966-6586 ABORTION - To 20 weeks. Private and confidential GYN facility with Saturday and weekday appoint ments available. Pain medication given. Free pregnancy tests. 942 0824. DTH CLASSIFIEDS CAN HELP YOU SELL YOUR SERVICES! We reach over 20,000 people in the UNC area Call 962-0252 for details DO YOU WANT an eye catching resume? Need some help writing it? Call 942-1167 to get an edge on your job hunting. TYPING AND WORD PROCESSING SERVICE. Term papers, lawmedi cal reviews, resumes, cover let ters, 24hr turn-around time avail for many assignments. Call 933 9263 today! TYPINGWORD PROCESSING Freshman to Post-Doctoral and Faculty. No job too large or too small. 100 letter quality. Professional, fast dependable, accurate. Word Wrangler, 933-9752. DthCla Deadlines: 962-0252 Classfed Line Ads: NOON ONE Business day fwor to publication Classfed Display Ads: NOON TWO bustess days prcr to Rhjcatons Volunteering DID YOU WISH for a Big Sister when you were growing up? You can make an adolescent's wish come true by volunteering for Women's Health Resources' Side-By-Side program. Volunteers will work with 'at-risk" adolescent girls aged 16-19. All it takes is 2 hrsweek. Interested women should call WHR at 968-4646. Training begins in Sept irimigj(griiim) NXhen paying by VISA or MasterCard: 1. Call Us! 962-0252 Minimum credit card charge is $5.00 When paying by CHECK or MONEY ORDER: (Sorry, no cash is accepted) 1. Come by Suite 104, Carolina Union. 2. Enclose payment in envelopes provided and drop in slot on door to DTH suite. RATES (for up to 25 words) Businesses: 1 - 5 days $6.00day 6 -10 days $5.10day 11 -20 days $4.60day 21 or more days $4.35day SPECIALS: Bolding: $1day Boxing: $lday We reserve the right to reject or edit advertising deemed objectionable, of questionable legality or discriminatory. hdrvids,, students, UNC 1 day $3.00 2 days $4.50 3 days $5.60 4 days $6.45 5 days $7.25 $0.50dayover5 HEADLINES: this is 1 0 point $ 1 day this is 12 point $2day this is 1 4 point $3day the above rates apply to consecutive insertions only Be a secret admirer oC7 in the DTH CLASSIFIEDS Call 962-0252 for MCVISA orders or Rm 104 Carolina Union BE A SECRET ADMIRER IN THE DTH CLASSIFIEDS 1 DAY FOR ONLY $3 Energetic? Self-Motivated? Got good ideas? We put creative minds to work! Public relations, advertis ing, marketing experience. Join our staff. We'll love you for it. 962-0545. INTERESTED IN GERIATRICS and working with older adults? Women's Health Resources needs men and women to volunteer for its Relief for Caregivers of the Elderly Program. Call WHR 968 4646 for more information. VOLUNTEER HEALTH Counselors neededl Great opportunity for undergraduate and graduate stu dents interested in the fields of psychology, nursing, social work, medicine, women's studies and other allied health professions to gain valuable counseling and refer ral experience. Interested women (regardless of major) should call Women's Health Resources at 968-4646. Training to begin September 23. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - A REWARDING EXPERIENCe. Are you looking for an opportunity to share your time, your talent, your love? Visit the Hillhaven Convalescent Center on East Franklin and bring a touch of home to those in need. Call Ellen 967-1418. Be a volunteer ENGLISH CONVER SATION TUTOR!. Befriend a for eign student, visiting scholar, or spouse. One hourweek. 1-to-l all In English. Apply at International Center, Student Union Building. Personals BOB SMITH HOWELL come get your stuff or call us at 967-5844. Peter and Jocelyn. FUZZY DUCKSII Meet at the Old Well Thurs. at 5:30 pm. We'll grab dinner on Franklin St and do that fun DUCK thing! Quack. KRISTEN. Feeling homesick? Miss mom's home cooking? Meet me at Linda's ll:30am-2:30pm or 5pm 9pm. John. HEY USA ROSEBOROUGHII You'll never know how much you've Call 962-0252 to place a Classified for VISA &MC orders I discover... I 17' nvi Din CLASSIFIEDS Call 962-0252 for MCVISA orders or Rm 104 Carolina Union Campus Calendar ; ; The DTH Campus Calendar is a daily ''listing of University-related activities , sponsored by academic departments, student services and student organiza - Hons officially recognized by the Divi . sion of Student Affairs. To appear in .'Campus Calendar, announcements 'jrnust be submitted 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 sub mitted 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 Campus . -Calendar. Please use the same form. FRIDAY "';8 a.m.: Institute for Research in '. 'Social Science will have an ORS Fund ing Workshop in Great Hall of the Student Union until noon. Info: Dottie : Baker, ORS, 966-5625. '11 a.m.: UNC Gaming Club will meet tonight in Union 210. ,- - Noon: Institute for Research in ;" Social Science will hold "An Audit of ; JLLS. Demographic Accounts" with John ; Long, Chief of Population Projects ; Branch of U.S., in 405 University j Square East until 1 p.m. Info: Don .Thomas, 966-1716. Student Government (Executive : Branch) will hold a Pit Forum outlin ; ing the Tuition Defense Initiative in re ; sponse to recent tuition increases. 2 p.m.: University Career Plan ; nlng and Placement Services will hold I amandatory meeting of all SPCL 9 IP, ; 3 Academic Credit Interns today in 210 Hanes Hall. 6 p.m.: Bahai Club will meet in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge. 7 p.m.: Bahai Club will present an introduction to the Bahai Faith in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge. All are welcome for lively discussion. The Carolina Union Film Com mittee will show "Working Girl" in the Union Auditorium. Other showings are at 9:30 p.m. and midnight. Admission is $1.50. Tickets are available at the Union desk. 9 p.m.: The Carolina Gay and Les bian Association will have a "Get Acquainted" party tonight. Call 962 4401 or stop by the office in 216B Union for location. The Cabaret presents Dillon Fence tonight in the Union Cabaret. Tickets are $2. SATURDAY 7 p.m.: The Carolina Union Film Committee will show "The Godfa ther" tonight in the Union Auditorium. Another showing will be at 10:15 p.m. 9 p.m.: The Union Cabaret pres ents the Jim Troy Group until mid night. FREE! SUNDAY 7 p.m.: Zeta Phi Beta will have its Formal Rush Sunday night in Union 224. The Carolina Union Film Com mittee will show "The Godfather, Part U" in the Union Auditorium. Another showing will be at 9:30 p.m. 8 p.m.: The Student Environ mental Action Coalition's Rainforest Action Group will meet in the Campus Y lounge. Items of Interest 1989-90 UNC Elections Board applications are available at the Union Desk. Get involved. Any questions, stop by Suite C. ill i i THE Daily Crossword by 1989 Tribune Media Services, Inc. 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The Carolina Union Activities Board will hold auditions for the pre miere production of "Walking Across Egypt," based on the novel by Clyde Edgerton. Four men and three women of any age are needed. The auditions will be Sept. 17 to 19 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in 203 Bingham Hall. Info: Paul Ferguson, 962-1 127. YES ...IT'S GEORGE ... 15 ANYTHING VRONG,) ( MRS. BUSH? J V I ...I'M AFRAID HE'S HAVING AN AFFAIR. I THINK THERE'S.. SOMEONE ELSE ... 111 OH, DON'T BE RIDICULOUS, MlAM. WHO COULD THERE BE BESIDES YOU? ( 1 DID THE EARTH MOVE, GEORGE? J PANT-PANTc GOLLY THAT'S WHAT I CALL WRAPPIN' MYSELF IN THE FLAG m er, Calvin and Hobbes OK, WE'S GOT HS BACK. HElL NtMER. KKOW m UT TO WE f IU IVP OVER, UltA. TUE TVE WE StES STEM W TRUCK BKCK TUE TROCK IS GONE, IU BE KHO RUN UKE CRAH.' A tALE AYJM.' ITS A y FAL-PROOF PIAM.' NOTUlHG Doonesbury HSY, ZV5RY- I I LTft! BOW! LOOK , MY GRAND- HAM0M5NT WH05HERB! PAU6HWR7 AGO MimuiHBF v MM HELLO. 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