CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, THUSDAY, JULY 5, 1962
To Visit Campus
For Two Weeks
Seven Israeli students will
visit the campus during the last
two weeks of July under the
sponsorship of the Experiment
in International Living of Putney,
Vermont, in order to study the
American educational system.
The students are scheduled to
arrive July 18.
While here the students will
live in dormitories, attend some
classes, visit in local homes and
engage in a variety of campus
activities. . A folk-sing on the
Graham Memorial lawn, visits to
Raleigh and Durham to see state
and local government facilities,
and a series of meetings with
students and faculty members
have also been scheduled for the
Ann Queen, YWCA secretary,
heads a committee of students
who are planning the visit.
Five of the students attend
Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
They are Itzhak Shain, the lead
er of the group, Asher Barnea,
Ruthi Hoffman, Joseph Godard,
and Ahron Daitch. Maya Klim- "
owsky and Amos Prosham both
attend Municipal Secondary
School A in Tel-Aviv.
Most of the students have al
ready served in the Israeli army
and are working to pay for their
education. Shain pays his way
through school by playing the ac
cordian. Barnea, a student of
economics and law, also teaches
in an elementary school and is
administrator of the Hebrew
University's dance group.
Miss Hoffman, a major in edu
cation and sociology, teaches He
brew to adult groups. Godard, a
journalist who studies history
and philosophy, earns his way as
editor and broadcaster of youth
programs in the Israel Broad
casting Service. Daitch, who is
studying political science and
geography, works as a manager
in the administrative office of
the Israeli Ministry of Finance.
The Experiment in Internation
al Living, sponsor of the visit,
is a non-profit, educational-travel
institution devoted to fostering
mutual respect and understand
ing among peoples of the world.
Founded in 1932, it has grown to
a world-wide organization with
. representatives in 46 nations.
In 1962 more than 1500 young
people from America and an
equal number from abroad will
swap homelands for homestay-and-travel
The Experiment, according to
its brochure, is for "those eager
to make friends of strangers:
who are pledged to understand
ing, not to criticizing; who wish
to promote international good
will on a personal basis."
David Bryant Prescott, a fresh
man at UNC during the past aca
demic year, was killed June 24
in an automobile wreck in Dart
mouth, Massachusetts, according
to a communique received by
the Student Affairs Office.
The automobile in which Pres
cott was riding reportedly left
the road and hit a pole on the
driver's side. Prescott was dead
oa arrival at a hospital in New
CAROLINA BEAUTY BETTY WALLER relax
es in the shade after a Ion session of snake
hunting on Morgan Creek. Betty b a senior Eng
lish major from Durham and a member of Pi
OK On Site
The Chapel Hill Planning Board
.approved Lambda Chi Alpha
fraternity's request for a special
use permit at its Monday night
The Lambda Chi request is ex
pected to be finally approved by
the town Board of Aldermen
next week. This will give the
fraternity permission to make
its long-planned move to a new
site on E. Franklin Street be
tween the Consolidated Univer
sity offices and the Alpha Tau
The Planning Board's decision
climaxed a long standing dispute
over parking spaces for the fra
ternity. Under previous rules for
the special use permit, a house
was required to have one off
street parking space for every
In its present recommenda
tion to the Board of Aldermen,
the planning group asks that
this be modified to three spaces
for every ten residents for exist
ing fraternities. The Board also
asked that the Lambda Chi's
present number of 20 spaces be
continued when its site is moved.
Lambda Chi house manager
John Thuss said the fraternity's
new facilities are expected to
house 33 men. He also said the
fraternity members were "over
joyed" and that the decision rep
resented ''a more realistic view"
than the Planning Board had
Planning Board Chairman Whid
Powell said his group was estab
lishing a study committee on fra
ternity parking problems which
would "get some areas allocated
which would be appropriate."
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Now Serve Corps
By TOM McHAXEY
Fourteen former University of
North Carolina students 11 of
them North Carolinians are tak
ing up duties around the world
as volunteers in the Peace Corps.
The emphasis has changed
since "the halls of Montezuma"
and "the shores of Tripoli," but
the area's just as broad. The new
volunteers will be serving in such
places as Nepal, lying along the
Himalayas between Tibet and
India; Togo and Sierre Leone,
in West Africa; East Pakistan
and Nigeria; Gaza and the Phil
lipines: and several South Ameri
can countries, including Peru, Bo
livia and Colombia.
Grad Named To
Jimmy Hunt, a UNC law stu
dent has been appointed College
Director of the Democratic Na
Hunt. 25, received his B.S. and
Master's degree from State Col
lege where he served as Presi
dent of the Student Government,
was editor of the Agriculturist,
and was elected to Phi Kappa Phi
(technical school equivalent of
Phi Beta Kappa.) He recently
completed his first year of law
Aa active Democrat for seven
years. Hunt has served in vari
ous positions in the Democratic
Party including .College .Vice
President of the North Carolina
Young Democratic .Gubs .and
State Chairman of the College
Young Democrats for North Caro
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Beta Phi sorority. Betty likes to ride and ski
and engage in other water sports such as snake
hunting and hunkering.
(Photo by Richard McKee, UNC Photo Lab)
The volunteers, some of whom
are already in the field and some
of whom went into training just
. this month, carry a variety of
skills to the lands which they
Clyde Ingle of Whitsett, a MA
in political science '61, will go to
the Phillipines. He taught last
year at Appalachian State Teach
ers College in Boone. Also going
to the Phillipines is Leonora
Douglas Stoddard, a sociology
major from High Point.
Robert Bremon Bell, BS BA
1953, from Charlotte, and James
N. Holmes of Goldsboro, a law
student, will go to Colombia.
Randolph Shaffner of Winston-'
Salem, and "honors" graduate in
English, '62 and Rebecca Brown
Lee a graduate student in Eng
lish, will go to Togo.
Peru is the destination for
Peter B. Maupin of Wake Forest,
who graduated in education this
. Nancy E. Turner, a 1959 nurs
ing graduate, will travel to Bo
livia, where there is a great
need for registered nurses.
Rex. B. Jarrell of Durham, who
attended UNC 53-54 and 56-57,
will serve in Sierre Leone.
Gilbert Foster, of Wilkesboro,
who attended UNC 52-53, plans to
work in Nigeria. Wilfred Turner,
a graduate student in mathe
matics from Carolina Beach, has
gone to Gaza.
Brenda Smith of Charlotte, who
graduated in public health, '62,
is a volunteer to Brazfl.
Marian Deerin? Smith, a 61
graduate from Alexandria, Va.,
has been working for the past
year as a Peace Corps recruiter.
Peter W. Von Christerson of
Spokane, Wash., a student in the
program for City Planning and
Regional Development, has gone
to East Pakistan.
, Two personnel changes in the
Office of Student Affairs have
been announced with the resigna
tion of Ray Jefferies Jr., assist
ant to the Dean of Student Af
fairs, and the appointment of
Dallas A. Cameron Jr. as assist
ant in Student Affairs.
Jefferies, who had been on
leave of absence during the past
academic year while he com
pleted work on his Master's De
gree at Columbia University,
will become Associate Dean of
Students at the College of Edu
cation at New Paltz, a branch of
the State University, of New
Jefferies received his Bache
lor of Science degree in com
merce here in June of 1947 and
joined the staff of the Dean of
Students in September of that
He will be honored at an open
reception thi3 afternoon in Gra
ham Memorial from 4-6 p.m.
The reception is being given by
Dean of Student Affairs Charles
Henderson Jr., and students of
the University nnder the spon
sorship of the Student Govern
ment. Cameron received his Bachelor
of Arts degree here in June of
1961 and is currently enrolled in
Law School here. He plans to
continue law studies at the end
of his one year appointment.
Cameron, who replaces George
Strong in this post, will assume
the position July 20.
Tonight's Summer Cinema will
feature "Mrs. Miniver," a color
cartoon and a Benchley short at
7:30 tonight in Carroll Hall.
There will be free juke box
dancing in the Rendevous Room
hi Graham Memorial Friday and
Saturday nights from 8-12.
The Binkley Memorial Baptist
Church will hold a cookout and
discussion Sunday afternoen at
the Rev. Robert Seymour's
house. Participants should meet
at the Binkley House at 5:45 at
507 E. Franklin St. Transporta
tion to Rev. Seymour's house
will be provided.
The UNC-Chapel Hill Film So
ciety will present "The Blue
Angel," and the "Triumph of the
WrilL" at 7:30 Sunday night in
The Summer Chorus concert
will be held Tuesday night at 8
in Hill Hall.
The music department wi3
sponsor a special film showing of
Tchaikowsky's opera, "Eugene
Onegin," Wednesday night at
7:30 in Carroll Hall. The opera
is in Russiaa with English subtitles.