elief attempt fails ICampus Calendar Jlndioctona by David Klinger Staff Writer North Carolina peace groups failed Sunday in their attempt to deliver a shipment of clothing and medical supplies destined for Indochina to officials of the Military Ocean Terminal at Sunny Point, N.C.(MOTSU). Peace groups envisioned Sunday's demonstration as an effort to send supplies of this type to Indochina as an alternative to MOTSU's traditional cargo of anti-personnel weapons, white For your information Delta Delta Delta sorority is sponsoring a spaghetti supper at the Tri-Delt house on Pittsboro Street Thursday night from 5:30-7:30 p.m. AH money raised at the supper will be donated to the American Cancer Society. Tickets are $1.75 each and are available from any Tri-Delt sister. FY I FY I FYI A public hearing on alcohol treatment in general and the performance of the Orange-Person-Chatham Mental Health Center in particular will be held tonight 0 NOW OPEN in University Square Art Supplies ' SchooJ Supplies r Office Supplies Hours: 10-6 Mon. thru Sat. I TOWN HALL OPTICIANS r- . , . . . . VZ registered Licensed opticians vwjm' Prescriptions Filled - Lenses Duplicated SUNGLASSES CONTACT LENSES FITTED Now Open Saturday 10-2 0i9 Mon. - Fri. 10-6 o OIO UIOIIKX Swfrr Jz3 THE DRIFTERS $2.00 i MOW afi J M T-. or Ccax .vtt i ex .i 1.4 t-ji i Mil' m (i phosphorus rounds and thickeners for napalm. The American Friends Service Committee-Southeast region, North Carolina Resistance, Greensboro Peace Center, Community of War Tax Resisters (Durham) and other area peace organizations had publicized Sunday's protest over the past three months through a statewide coalition known as the MOTSU Project. Project spokesman Bill Ramsey and approximately 75 people, including students from UNC-Chapel Hill, Duke at 7 in the Carrboro Multi-Purpose Center.' FYI FYI FYI The senior class officers will hold a meeting at 7:30 tonight for the purpose of organizing a student grievance forum. The meeting will be held in Carolina Union 213. FYI FYI FYI There will be a meeting of the Campus Governing Council tonight at 7:30 in the basement lounge of Granville Towers West. The meeting is open to the public. Enjoy one free round of Putt-Putt or purchase 2 games for $J0 or 3 games for $.75 (F with this coupon PUTT - PUTT GOLF COURSE 3120 HILLSBORO ROAD DURHAM.N.C. ONE PER PERSON PER NIGHT 1 JI t West front Corner of the new University . Square Building (RJTWufr) 1 awnnwuneMa I TIIURS.ill9i mil : II. hi-N It JL ILJIL It ? J xrxrnz u t oPoer) In) earing ft?eaEi I - . . f - oe w.ciiU B-C'- i and Guilford, gathered at the access road to the military shipping terminal and presented Terry Provance, an official of Medical Aid for Indochina, with several thousand dollars in contributions for Vietnam relief aid. In addition to Provance, protesters heard several officials of the MOTSU Project outline their objections to the shipment of weaponry from the North Carolina port. 'This port's single function is the shipment of instruments of death. In the last year it has shipped over one million tons of munitions and bombing ordnance to Indochina. Perhaps the very cargo leaving Sunny Point this week will make next week's bombing of Cambodia possible,'' Ramsey said. Speaking on behalf of Colonel Sunder, the commanding officer of MOTSU, military officials at the gates refused to Hellenas Hellenas, the campus Greek honorary for women, recently tapped 26 UNC coeds and - four honorary alumnae in honor of "outstanding service by sorority women to the sorority system through the Panhellenic system or individual sororities." The following women were inducted: Olivia Garrett Allen, Jo Ann Beers, Amy Winston Carr, Norma Elizabeth Casey, Susan Jane Clarke, Jessica Louise Cole, Jeannine Louise DesVergers, Elizabeth Bryan Ellerson and Cynthia Elaine Heffner. Also inducted were Josie Katherine 1 K WAYS Fiorelli Gran Turismo 114.5 9 J 106 N. GRAHAM ST. PHONE 942-4480 West End-Chapel'Hili Open: WE TIP OUR FARES TO THE YOUTH OF AMERICA A special youth rate is one of the Low Fare Deals on Piedmont Airlines. For S3 you'll get an I.D. card good 'till age "22. Good for a reserved seat. Good for savings of about 20. Good anytime, any where on Piedmont serving over 75 cities be tween Chicago, New York, Norfolk, Atlanta, ; Memphis. Call us, or 1 your travel agent. FLY PIEDMONT 7 'y s t -v ra fWM 1 "Good, Regular $1.75 pizza (medium pizza one topping only) - T TN nn only MONDAY-SATURDAY HOURS 1 1 :G0 AM-1 2:00 PM SUNDAY 4:00 PM-1 1 :00 PM PLENTY OF FREE PARKING accept approximately 25 parcels earned by the protesters, and in a prepared statement said, "We have no authority for shipment of non-military items." After a 45 minute silent vigil at the MOTSU gates, protest participants returned to the military post entrance, leaving a small number of parcels and demonstrators behind. MOTSU Project officials said that an all-night vigil at the gates would be maintained in the hope that military officers would reconsider their decision. Confronted with the refusal of MOTSU officials to recognize their demands, protest leaders are currently discussing other actions that will continue to publicize their efforts. A symbolic blockade of the Cape Fear River on which MOTSU shipping facilities are located has been one suggestion for future projects. tap 26 Hill, Jean Ann Jones, Kathryn Bowman Jones, Rebecca Marianne Jones, Barbara Lowe Bitler, Mary Joan Manley, Abby Dale Miles, Beverly Holland Pritchard and Margaret Ann Shelton. Mary Louise Snell, Nina Jane Spangler, Barbara Ellen Stephens, Carolyn Davis Triplett, Nell Duncan Wall, Diane Lee Wessling, Jill Leigh Williams and Susan Glass Wilson complete the list of inductees. Newly inducted honorary members are Libby Hilton Foster, Jenny A. Halterman, Marianne Hitchcock and Elizabeth Lorraine Moore. Cyel Csnter Free tool kit while they last. i 10 to 6 MON. thru SATJ k A ea flB It 'ky, ----- j u Today's activities "Too Late to Wait." a film sponsored by the newly organized Black Christian Feiiowsr-ip. will be shown at 7 and 9:30 tonight and Thursday night in the first floor lounge of James Dormitory. The film suggests that black students can gain self-identity through Christianity. Guru Maharaj Ji is here and now. There will be a discussion on the knowledge he gives at 7:30 p.m. in 216 Graham Memorial Hall. The Guidance and Testing Center will be open this evening until 8 in Nash Hall. Drop in and talk with a counselor, read in the educational, occupational information library or call 933-2175 for an appointment to talk with a counselor. Interviews for chairman and members of the Student Transportation Commission will be held at 2 p.m. today and Wednesday in Suite C. Those wishing to work in establishing the new public transit system are invited to get involved. ' . The Graduate History Society will present a talk by Dr. Robert Thompson of Yale University at 8 p.m. in Dey Hall faculty lounge, on "Transmission of African Culture to America." The talk is open to the public Items of interest The YM-YWCA International Handicraft Bazaar is selecting chairpersons for Display, Appalachia, and Inventory Committees for 1973. Come to 102 .Y Building and sign up for interviews being held Thursday, April 19. The Division of Physical Therapy and the School of Medicine will present Miss Patricia Rieker, lecturer in sociology, at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, in the Biological Sciences Research Center. She will speak on the "Social Aspects of Chronic Illness." All Murdock volunteers please stop by the volunteer office at Murdock on your next visit. Former department head R obert Ross Dr. Robert L. Ross, a former chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at UNC School of Medicine, died Sunday of an apparent heart attack at the age of 73. Ross, who was a native of Morganton, came to UNC in 1952. He served as 1 & 2 Bedroom APARTMENTS . furnished or unfurnished Available for SHORT TERM SUMMER RENTALS Apply now for an apartment for fall and be guaranteed a reservation Roberts & Associates 1 10 S. Estes Drive 967-2231 sii fim!fi)uiity& mim ammm mp mm& n amm& density fttm (PTtlrltgji "fftE Mil) dSl 77 M m if Special E n g a g e m e n t R i n g s Hours: 10:00 to THURSDAY, APRIL 19 ... y v jsaaL ism L6QIJ HUSSBLL Prices $6.00 & $5.00 TICKET LOCATIONS: Coliseum Box Office, Record Bar-CH GREENSBORO COLISEUM Politcal Science ma,ofS oease come by 318 Hamilton Hail before Aprit 20 the last day of registration) to get information on courses available for the fan semester. The History Department has compiled an Undergraduate Description Booklet for fail 1973. Copies may be consulted at the reserve desk of the undergraduate library. A limited number of copies are available at the History Department offices.557 Hamilton Hail. The UNC Outing Club is organising a trip to the "Little" Fiddlers Convention n union Grove on April 19 to 21. Persons interested in going should attend tne club meeting on April 18. AWS will sponsor a Women's week in February or March of next year. The program will include speakers, entertainers, films and seminars centering around a tneme of women's awareness in modern society. There will also be a program concerning black women. Anyone who is interested in helping organize the week should contact Manta Qutgiey at 929-9498. Readers needed to read for the blind, paid or volunteer. Please call 966-3049 between 9 and 12 a.m. for further information. Need people for summer and fall semester. Applications for the Student-Faculty Seminar on Arms Control, given for undergraduate credit in history, are now available in the office of the Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense in 401 Hamilton Hall, 933-3093. ATTENTION ALL PRESIDENTS. CHAIRMEN OR ADVISERS OF CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS. The 1973 Activities Mart will be held during the second week of classes of the fall semester. If your organization is interested in participating, contact any of the following people by April 20. Bob Schultz: 933-2932: Larry Reid, 933-1309; Orientation Committee, 933-2 165. dead at 73 president of the North Carolina Medical Society, and in 1969 he was installed as president of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Ross is survived by two sons, a daughter and one brother. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time. Old 'P?pe-rbckS Let Winter's folly pay for new Summer delights i THE OLD BOOK CORNER 137 A fcal Rosemary Street Opposite Town Parking Lois Chapel Hill. N. C. 27514 Orders W e d d i n g B a n d s 5:30 NCNB Plaza 7:30 P.M. 1 V , x X H

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