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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, February 21, 1991, Page 7, Image 7

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The Daily Tar Heefl"hursday, February 21, 19917 ' QttfP Wjj War'Mwl CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING - -1 ; Roommates Wanted TravelVacations TravelVacations Lost & Found Lost & Found Services Instruction Personals vj m av lt NEEDED THROUGH crL ngswood aparments. Non smoker, own room, share bath. On '"e-RENT NEGOTIABLE. Call ROOMMATE NEEDED at Old Well Pts. Furnished except your bed room. $187.50 and 12 utilities. Call Ben at 967-6780. Rides & Riders HAVE A CAR? Register with the UNC Student Agencies and we'll find you a rider FREE OF CHARGE! Call 962-RIDE for details. RIDE NEEDED to Asheville Hendersonville on weekend of Feb. 22. Will help with gas. Call Kyla 933-8953. Parking PARKING SPACES AVAILABLE imme diately. Close to campus. Call 929-8351. SPRING BREAK KEY WEST: Will accomodate 6 people with kitchen facilities. Call (305)294-5741 after 7pm. CRUZIN SCHOOL BREAK $75 person. 5 day 4 night Bahama cruise vacation from Fort Lauderdale. Accomodations includ ed. No processing fee. Double occupancy. 800-992-3449. VISA MC accepted. SPRING BREAK ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST? Cheap one-way tick et to Melbourne (near Orlando. Fort Lauderdale). Leave Saturday. March 9 morning, arrive by noon. Best offer. Call 687-0922 (Durham) or 962-2540. SPRING BREAK CRUISE TO BAHAMAS from Fort Lauderdale. $185. Spend 5 days, 4 nights in Freeport. 4 spaces available. Call 967-3066. SPRING BREAK JAMAICA! Fly from Raleigh! Only $549, including airfare, hotel, transfers, gratuities and more! The best trip available at the best price! Call the travel experts at Four Seasons; 1-800-331-3136. Lost & Found FOUND: EYEGLASSES in Davie Hall. Call Chris, days 962-7643: eves 933-8620. FOUND: NICE COAT in Bingham 301 on 212. Call 933-2632. describe to claim. FOUND: ROUND WIRE-FRAME GLASSES, made in Italy, on Franklin St on Saturday night, 216. Barb, 966-3835. LOST: Black and blue checked men's overcoat with Fla. driver's license and bw striped mittens inside pockets on Fri. Feb. 8 at The Club. Call 933-1263. FOUND: GOLD BRACELET in Fetzer approximately 2 weeks ago. Call 932-3694. LOST: Black leather wallet outside Ehringhaus on 213. If found, please call 967-9362 or leave message. LOST: GOLD LOCKET. Oval-shaped with the letter S" on the front and the date 12-4-86 on the back. Please call 933-4036. Thanks! LOST: Green army jacket and gray L.L. Bean jacket at Club Zen on 216. If found, call Alan at 968 7808 or Chris at 933-8636. Reward! LOST: Jean jacket with pair of keys and dorm key attached to red rib bon, blue checkbook, black leather tlove on Fri. Feb. 8 at The Club. 33-2372. LOST: Pair of tortoise shell pre scription glasses on 25 around Spanky's. Call 966-3835 or 933 1300 if found. LOST: To the guy who called about my jean jacket. Please return it to 314 Carmichael or any of my suite mates. We need our ID'S. LOST: Women's leather jacket with British passport, wallet and car keys inside pocket on Fri. Feb. 8 at The Club. Call 933-1510 or leave message. Services ABORTION - To 20 weeks. Private & confidential GYN facility wSat & weekday appts avail. Pain medica tion given. Free pregnancy tests. 942-0824. PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Free pregnancy testing & counseling. All services confidential. Call PSS, 942-7318. Sat. appointments available. Carr Mill NOTARY PUBLIC $1 per signature. On campus, by appt only. Call Leslie 962-0372. Word Processing HATE TYPING? Let me do it. Call 967-0583 for fast, professional service on Macintosh PC. MA in English, familiarity with MLA styles. Ask for Cindy. Tutoring ECONOMICS TUTOR with 5 years experience offers patient help in Econ 10. 190. 100. 101. $12 per hour. Call 942-4813. Group rates available. Instruction MCAT, LSAT, GRE, GMAT takers alert. Find out about valuable dis counts on Stanley Kaplan's cours es. Call Nikki at 919-282-8599 or visit UNC's Learning Skills Center. ALWAYS WANTED TO STUDY SINGING? Private voice instruction with Professor Martha Flowers, internationally acclaimed singer and former teacher at UNC-Chapel Hill. Classical, gospel, popular and opera peformance. Appointment, 967-8147. Personals GREG Sorry seems to be the hardest word. Just needed a little time and space. Ali. ARE YOU WILLING TO TEAR up the coasts of Alaska. California, Florida and North Carolina for only a two-year oil supply? SEAC invites you to write letters to George Bush. The Pit. 10-2 daily. JEN. MEL & SIL Thanks for the "message on the 'Party Wagon" Wednesday morning. You DMCs are crazy! Love. Kate & Gela. LISA. 58". 118 lbs, blond from Charlotte. Hope you enjoyed grand- iiiuiiivi icuiiivii in vi wv"i vi 12891. Enjoyed our conversfr-l tion 12791. Contact Pager 80(H 612-1432 for big meeting. Chris, THE FOLLOWING FOLKS HAV& EARNED T-SHIRTS FROM THES DAILY TAR HEEL CLASSIFIEDS-: Please pick up by February 28 o contact Leslie at 962-0252. Tim Branscome, Alex Burnett, Delia Chambtess, Justine ChaseVj Michelle Faherty, Jerri Franco". Robin Lowe, Daniel Mervin, Cindy Motzke. Ronald Sher, Shirley Stahman, Eric Tippit. Romas Vaitkus. HAPPY BIRTHDAY MEL!!! Thanks for everything. You are truly a very special person and I'm glad you are a part of my life. Love, , Karla. I M Mi iii lim J Pro-democracy demonstrators topple statue of Albanian Communist leader The Associated Press VIENNA, Austria A jubilant pro democracy crowd today toppled the giant bronze statue of Communist Albania's founder, Enver Hoxha, that had dominated the heart of the capital of Tirana. President Ramiz Alia responded to the protests in the capital and the port city of Durres where another Hoxha statue was felled by announcing he would form a new government. It was unclear whether he intended to form a coalition that would include the opposi tion. 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J66 "" 67" j68 ei Alia said in a nationally televised broadcast. Witnesses said about 500 police around the statue at first fired warning shots to keep about 5,000 demonstrators, who demanded the resignation of the Communist leadership, from its base. Some of the police then began em bracing demonstrators and allowed them to move to the concrete base of the 30-foot-high statute. The protesters pushed against the statue for an hour before it fell, said Ben Ruka, a journalist with the opposition Democratic Revival newspaper. Other sources, speaking from the Albanian capital on the telephone, confirmed that the statue had been downed by the sheer weight of the crowd pressing against it. No violence was reported. The crowds had gathered in Tirana to stage a general strike and join about 700 student and faculty hunger strikers at Enver Hoxha University who are de manding Hoxha' s name be dropped from the university. Radio Tirana reporter Ilir Ikonomi said the crowd chanted "Hoxha, Hitler," and "Ramiz, you don't know what hunger is." They were referring to Alia, Hoxha's successor who in December scrapped 45 years of Stalinist rule. Alia promised economic reform and scheduled free multi-party elections March 31. . The pace of economic and political reform is too slow, however, for many Albanians frustrated by decades of re pression and growing poverty. Ikonomi, in a telephone interview' from Tirana, said he thought as many as 60,000 people gathered on campus. Other estimates varied from 20,000 tc; 100,000. "Some were burning works of Enver Hoxha," Ikonomi said. "People are very excited." A journalist with the official media, K who spoke on condition of anonymity said that "in most parts of Tirana workV is paralyzed" with people obeying aV strike call from newly established in; dependent trade union organizations. The unions gave just one day's notice of the intent to strike, despite a gov ernment decree specifying that planned strikes have to be announced 15 days beforehand. United States grants Israel financial assistance The Associated Press WASHINGTON Secretary of State James Baker, moving to ease strains with an old ally, notified Israel on Wednesday it would receive a $400 million housing loan guarantee. Baker's telephone call to Foreign Minister David Levy ended an extended diplomatic exchange with Jerusalem over how the funds would be spent. It also was the first direct move by the Bush administration to provide special financial assistance to Israel since the Persian Gulf War erupted, imposing further burdens on Israel's already hard-pressed economy. Israeli Ambassador Zalman Shoval had complained last week that the Bush administration was giving his govern ment a "run-around" over the housing guarantees. Shoval said Israel "had not received 1 cent in aid" from the U.S.-led coalition to compensate Israel for Iraqi Scud missile attacks. Three dozen missiles have struck Israel without Israel retaliating. Presi dent Bush and Baker commended Israel for its restraint. Baker also has designated Israel a "front-line state" and Margaret Tutwiler, the State Department spokeswoman, said last week the 12-nation European Community and unidentified other governments had been asked to assist Israel's economy. Asked this week if the United States had provided any direct financial help to Israel, she said no request had been registered by Jerusalem'. Baker had held off approving the housing loan guarantee while State Department officials sought evidence from Jerusalem that none of the funds would be used to settle Soviet Jews on the West Bank or in Gaza. Palestinian Arabs make up most of the population of the territories and the B ush administration hopes Israel can be persuaded to give up the land as part of a peace agreement. Israeli foreign ministry officials complained they had been asked to pro- : vide details on roads, sewage and other projects that predated last year's ap- f proval in principle of the guarantees. Shoval's complaint touched off an unusual public reaction from the ad ministration. Baker summoned thej ambassador to the State Department Thursday night to rebuke him for his. remarks. And the White House on Fri-. day called Shoval's statements to the Reuter news agency "outrageous and beyond the bounds of acceptable be-l havior by the ambassador of a friendly country." : 1 '0 The Wednesday, February 20th, Harris Teeter advertisement incorrectly listed the Pert Plus special as 5 1 1-15 oz. for $5.00. The advertisement should have said: Pert Ftas il ls oz. for We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. 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