The Daily Tar Heel AIESEC sends students Performing Sunday Friday. April U. 1972 abroad on work-trainin by Kathy Koch Staff Writer O This is the time of year when lots of students are planning and dreaming about a summer in Europe or in some exotic corner of the world. Many who are on limited budgets are scheming to find a job abroad to finance their trip, and still others who wish they could go overseas feel the need to stay in the States and get that a!J -important "experience" on their resumes before graduation. Two UNC students have solved all these problems by taking AIESEC traineeships for the summer. Bill Hamlet, a student seeking a Masters degree in Business Administration has been nominated by AIESEC-UNC for a traineeship with the Merkez Bankessa (Central Bank of Turkey) in Izmir, Turkey. UNC coed Susan Oldham, a resident of Asheville, has been named to accept a traineeship in Geneva, Switzerland working for the Dupont Company. Both of the students have been members of the UNC chapter of AIESEC, an international association of students in business and economics, for the past year. AIESEC is a student-run, non-profit organization which provides work-training jobs for AIESEC members in its 53 participating countries. Susan's excitement about being nominated for a traineeship in Switzerland is due in part to her desire for a new perspective. "Certainly I'm excited about the traineeship," she said recently. "Working in a foreign country could perspective on many things. I hope it will be a continuance c, my education, but, without the confinements of 2 classroom. I'm ready for the change," she said. In addition to having a job waiting for her nsn wis gsi to Switzerland, Susan will be met at the train station in Geneva by an AIESEC reception officer, a student from Switzerland who will be responsible for her while she's in the host country. AIESEC-Geneva will also have found her lodging, helped her :r. securing a visa, and found transportation to her job for her. Susan will also benefit from one of the finest AIESEC summer reception programs in the world. AIESEC-Switzerbnu is world known among AIESEC members for its unique and fascinating program of activities that its visiting trainees are invited to participate in. Hamlet is also looking forward to his summer in Turkey. Izmir is on the coast of Turkey on the Adriatic Sea. Hamlet has already received a booklet describing the activities o! AIESEC-Turkey, and the activities appear as "non-tourist" oriented as Switzerland's are. "AIESEC has given me a valuable opportunity to talk to leaders of North Carolina industry, and a chance to look at and get involved in international business at a working level." said Hamlet about his traineeship. In addition to allowing two UNC students to work in foreign countries, AIESEC-UNC has raised two jobs here in North Carolina for two foreign students to come here. A student from the Netherlands will be working for Burroughs Wellcome in the Research Triangle and an Australian student will be working for the Charlotte Observer. YZ? J&'A Electric Where we turn you on! This Sunday, the 16th we're holding a beer bust - All the beer you can drink on the house. $2.50 per person 8:00-11:30 Electric Co. Eastgate Shopping Center Chapel Hill "DTH Claifiec SENIOR PRE M EDS: Nikon binocular nlcroscope for sale. Med school approved. Call 967-4472 after 6pm. WANTED DESPERATELY: Roommate in James who needs room for appearance sake or nvho promises to leave on weekends. REWARD. Call Bill Hill-933-4618, 638 James. For Sale: 350 Honda Scrambler in perfect condition. 1971 model and only 2300 miles. Bell Helment and Sissy Bar inc. Only $575-933-2575. Apartment to rent beginning May with option for Fall. 2 bedrooms, l'2 baths, near campus. 929-7388, 5-7pm. For Sale: Sony TC-630D Reel to Reel deck, 3 heatis, echo, s.o.s., excellent sound and condition. 6 mos. old. New $330, now $260. Call 933-3205. Wanted: Couple to take over payments (65.21 month) on a "71" 2 bedroom 12x40 Conner mobile home. 967-5412 after 5pm. We buy used furniture from bears, and chipmunks. We furniture, factory seconds, junque. TRADING POST, Carrboro, 942-2017. students, polar also sell used antiques, and 152 E. Main, Wanted: A traveling companion interested in living in FRANCE this summer. Contact Murray Kravitz. 933-6053 call between 10-11:30; 968-9021968-9219 call between 5:30-8. Air conditioned, furnished 3 bedroom mobile homes available May l-$120mo. Two bedroom mobile homes available May 15-$110mo. No dogs. 929-2854, 942-1749, 10-6pm. Bikes! Imported Eng. 10 speeds. Retail: $135; our price: $95 in crate, $100 assembled. Del. in 2-3 wks. Order now for summerfall. 9428124. Congenial co-eds wanted to rent rooms for summer in spacious, carpeted, air conditioned house. Lunch and dinner included. Call KAT 968-9398. Craig Model 2408 portable four track Reel-to-Rell tape recorder. Includes 2 microphones, speakers, over 9,600 feet of tape. Asking $125. Call 966-5498. OVERSEAS JOBS FOR STUDENTS. Australia, Europe, S. America, Africa, etc. All professions and occupations, $700 to $3,000 monthly. Expenses paid, overtime, sightseeing Free information. Write, Jobs Overseas, Dept. A9, P.O. Box 15071, San Diego, CA. 92115. DATING SERVICE! All dates in Chapel Hill. For free details, write, Box 77346. Atlanta, Ga. 30309. and free 62 Pontiac Bonneville 4 door. PS, PW, AC, radio & clock. Good paint job & engine. $500. 967-6071 or 942-1800. DIAMONDS: AH sizes, cuts grades mn,.ninr At 50 off retail. 10 day inspection' and money back guarantee. Call 967-4714 for details after 5pm. ATTENTION NURSES & HOSPITAL WORKERS: Famous Amos & Smith support pantyhose now at NC Memorial Hospital Gift sSop for only $2.49. White, light beige, beige. FOR SALE: 1965 Oldsmobile Delta 88. 4 dr., hardtop, air conditioning, excellent condition & dependable transportation. $700 or best offer. Call Michael Almond after 5pm. 929-1983. Mobile home for sale. 8x41 air conditioned, partially carpeted. $1500. Call 967-5424 after 5prru - - " WANTED: Individual to sell advertisements for a national magazine to be published this summer. Begin right away-approxlmately 5 weeks-high commission. 933-1163. Apt. to sublet for summer. It Is yours May 2 for $130 a month. 2 bedrooms, furnished, utilities paid. Call 933-6238, Chris or Andy. Want to sublet part of large house in country beside Haw River for summer months. Nice farm. Call Doug, 942-8274. 12 miles from town. For Sale: 1966 Ford wagon, 350. Call 967-4277. FOR SALE: Schwinn Varsity 10 speed bike. Small frame, $65. Call 942-7131 eves. Liberal male needs place to live or roommates to find one with starting April 20th or as soon after as possible. Call Brian - 967-7223. 1959 TR-3 wire wheels, good mechanical condition. BEST REASONABLE offer. Call 929-4742 after 1. For Sale: 1970 175 CL Honda-must sell-$320 or best offer-call Larry after 5 at 933-4168 or 933-4165. Apartment for rent: Summer and next fall Kingswood-2 bedroom, AC, swimming pool. 929-6248. For Sale $339 18 Nat'l class 1 sailboat. Dacron jib & main, fiberglass over wood. Running lights, motor mount, dolly. Call John Harmon, 489-6938 Durham, 8-10am. MGB Convertible, 1964, hard top, regular top, tonneau, and wire wheels. Good running condition. $425. 929-6805 after 5pm. 1972 STUDENT JOB OPPORTUNITY BOOKLET. For Cape Cod and the Islands. Complete list of businesses requiring summer employees. Send $2.00 to: STUDENT JOB OPPORTUNITY BOOKLET, R.R. 1, Box 11-C, Orleans, Mass., 02653. COLLIE PUPS for sale. $75. AKC reg. sable & white. Now 3 weeks old. May be seen by appt. Call 929-2923 after 6pm or weekends. 1963 Jaguar 4 door sedan touring car $700. 1964 VW Squareback. New engine, tires, clutch, carburetor $700. Ref irgerator, $45. Will bargain! L a r r y T r i sh - 9 2 9 -6 4 2 9 . Lynne-929-1288. EUROPE this summer $199. NYLonNY via BMA 707 jet. 93 seats available to UNC students, employees, families ($10 admin.). Call 929-2340 between 5-7pm. TELEPHONE LOCK-Keyless, fits all telephone dials, stops unauthorized calls. $2.49 each plus $.25 postage. Mail check to CHAPTEL, P.O. Box 732, Chapel Hill. TWO ROOMMATES NEEDED for summer andor next year. Two bedroom apt. at University Gardens, $50 mo. plus utilities. Call Watson Morris at 967-4452 or 933-3757. Stereo components Marantz 110 AM-FMstereo tuner. Rabco ST-4 turntable with B&O SP12 cartridge. Both less than one month old and in like new condition. Must sacrifice. Call 967-7472 or 967-5136. . Trailer to sublet for either or both summer sessions or first session only. 2 bedrooms, furnished, air conditioned. 3 ml. from campus. $85mo. Call 966-2308. Grad. couple needs small apartment or room for 1st summer session. Tolerant of all life styles. Call 967-4304 after 7:30pm. STEREOS. Ripped off by stereo pricesTYou now have an alternative! Lowest discount prices on components and systems. Full warranties; call Ann at 942-7172. Jobs avallable-WORK AT ROY'S! Daytime or nighttime, full or part time. Apply in person at Roy Roger's Family Restaurant, Malette Street, Chapel Hill. NEEDED: Riders for Fall trip to school. Will pick up anywhere from Greenfield, Mass. south. Must share expenses. Contact Bob Chapin at 933-1537.207 Lewis. 4 AKC registered, white small miniature poodles. $75 each, call Windy Hill Kennels for appointment andor delivery, after 5pm. (919) 775-5477 or write W.H. Kennels, P.O. Box 932, Sanford, N.C. INTERNATIONAL JOBS - Europe, South America, Asia, Australia, USA. Openings in all fields - Social Sciences, Business, Sciences, Engineering, Education, etc. Alaska construction and pipeline work. Earnings to $500 weekly. Summer or permanent. Paid expenses, bonuses, travel. Complete current information - only $3.00. Money back guarantee. Apply now for best opportunities -write today!!! International Employment, Box 721-N662, Peabody, Massachusetts 01960 (Not an employment agency). It's spring - buy a bike, Honda 305 Scrambler or Triumph Trophy 500. Both recently rebuilt -run like dreams. Cell 933-1541 or 968-9062. Wanted - Serious-minded male student (preferably graduate or professional) to share furnished 2 bedroom apartment with graduate business student - beginning May. $50 month. Call John 929-7024. 1970 Ford station wagon, excellent condition, immaculate, AC, power all. $2550. Call John 929-4985 evenings. Wanted: Sexually motivated, intelligent, good looking, sophisticated, witty girl. Call 942-7815. Wanted: Term paper on Black History. Will pay reasonable price. Call 933-2684 and ask for Roger. GARAGE SALE: Unbelievable sale on chest of drawers, trumpet, golf cart, set of weights, watch, electric razor, baseball shoes (size 11), 2 radios, basketball, 2 tennis rackets, scale, records, suit case and many more "odds & ends." Saturday April 15 9-5. W-7 Kingswooa Apt. 942-8193. ABSENTEE BALLOT application postcards are available at the Union Information Desk through Tuesday. Don't forget, the deadline is soon. Primary is Saturday, May 6, during exams. House for Rent: May 20-August 25. $165 a month. Two bedrooms. Very unique. Call 929-4985. 1967 Sunbeam Alpine - convertible with hardtop included. Good condition - must sell -$650 - 942-7204 after 6 and weekends. For Sale: 1966 Chevrolet Bel Aire automatic, four door, air conditioning, radio, power steering. Good working condition. Call after 6, 967-6972. Need a roommate? Male grad student wishes to share apartment with male or female now. 929-5174. Have you traveled in Mexico or Central America? If so, any information that would make my trip easier would be appreciated. Leave name and number for Jim at 968-3766. Pool side apartment to sublease this summer. One bedroom, dishwasher, disposal, carpet, built-in vanity, near Eastgate. Call 929-1294 Mon-Fri. $110rr.onth. FOR SALE: Handmade classical guitar and case both practically new $115. Admiral portable stereo with detachable speakers $25. Call 929-7219 before 9am. For Rent: 4 bedroom trailer. Good condition. Incredible deal. Call 967-5677. LcManci CI aoir The University of Aucklar.J Ch;:: frcrr. New Zeahni gr-e a :-r;e:t :n Memorial Hall Sur.Ja at ?. 1 5. . -r r r 1 - ipor.SDrei o:n:iv bv the Ca-::r.a Ur.icn Music Committee ani the Music Department, ar.j is a rart o: the'.rt Center-, Iniernati: na; Chrra! Arts Fe?:iI. Earlier on 5ur.Ja. the 45--:e ensemble v, ' rs at the Ui-.eritv Presbyterian . sr.h' 1! a.m. "service. Durinz the ,oj: of the v.eeV:enJ the choir " members be hooted by members of the Carolina Choir and by families of the Presbyterian Church. The Au.kbnd Choir one of lo of the world's - test urier-:t whorue. totalling over 600 lingers trom 1 countries and five continents, which have come io the United States this month to take part in the Lincoln Center Festival. In the weeks before the festival takes place, the choirs will be on tour, and til visit a total of 125 universities and colleges in 25 states before returning to New York. The I "niversitv of Auckland ;s the r-: university in Ne- Zealand and has a:wav had a chcra: society. The present ensemne : an c-o ..- - larger croup, and as formed two ears ao. if is directed py Peter Godfrey, a former Choral Scholar at King's College. Cambridge. In announcing the Third Choral Festival. John Ma?zola. managing director of the Lincoln Center, said "The Arts are an important bond among the world's peoples The Lincoln Center is delighted :n;s urucue eatner.rc O; $ students as a salute to world mus friendship." In addition o -tic:il".:i2 cno'.r i;t toe s.e Center. Philharmonic Hall, the House and the United Nations. The cho come from universities in Argent;: Brazil. Czechoslovakia. Denmark. Fran. Wet Germanv. Great Britain. I lung.?: India. Japan. Korea, the Ne'herlan. New Zealand. Poland. Uganda and t Inited States The U S. is represented the United States Universities Cho- . o stat . V ! i (FEQGOOui msmmm m clip and mail immediately REQUEST FOR ABSENTEE BALLOT APPLICATION Chairman, Mr. Chairman, As I will be absent from. County Board of Elections . N.C. (county seat of your county where registered to vote) County, the County in which I am registered to vote, during the entire time the polls will be open on primary day, Saturday May 6, 1972, please send me an official absentee ballot application. The application should be sent to the following address: I am a registered: Democrat Republican (Circle one) and am registered to vote at the following address: N.C. I am registered in .precinct or ward (if known) Full Legal Name of Voter Signature April Date 1972 Crossword Puzzle The Daily Tar Heel is published by the : University of North Carolina Student :j X Publications. Board, daily except Sunday, iv examination periods, vacations and summer periods. :: v Offices are at theStudent Union building, v Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. ; : 2 7514. Telephone numbers: News, v : Sports 933-1011; 933-1012; Business, :.' 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