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Boiled Potatoes, Spinach
ROAST BEEF PLATTER
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commonplace. You'll have a starting salary between
$10,000 - 013,000, 30 days paid vacation every year,
continuation of your education with the Army paying
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plan featuring 50 of your salary after 20 years of
If you qualify, the Army Nurse Corps could be the
answer to an exciting and rewarding career.
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(U.S. Route 70)
RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA
Singer HoHy Near wSl perform at I p-m. tonight in tha
Great Hal of she Union. Admilaalun la lit.
L&ertarfan party presidential cand&a tt Rctr Hscbrlda
wHhoidiprmcsnltranct at Spun, in 8m Zoae Room of
the HoOdey -Inn In downtown Raleigh. For more
In le ma ton, contact Barrett WSson at 737-2412 or tre
sis. Lene Brown, democratic candidate tor Stata Treasurer,
and Herbert hde, democratic candidate for Li. Gowmof,
wis apeak to tha UNC Young Democrata at 750 P-m. In th
South Geftery Km ting Room of tha Union.
There will be a meeting of the Special Projects Committee
for Contact 78 at 4 p.m. In Room 20S of the Union.
Skydiving for $35.00! Tha UNC Parachute Club wiS ba
holding I to laat data of tha semester wl th membership at Sha
present rate. Claaaaa today through Thursday, your first
furop made nest weekend. For inform Son, coma at 7 pan.
tonight to 203 Chasa Cafeteria or call 929-2315 after 5 p-in.
Voter registration: t a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to S p.m. In tha
Chapel Hill Municipal Building, North Columbia St
At 4 p.m. Wadnasday In 112 Saunders thara win ba an
ortentaiton program for an Religion major and prospective
majors to introduea tha naw curriculum which will taka
Kct In tha fall of 187$. Tha Department urges afl majors
and interested students to attend this Informative meeting.
Than) will be a meeting of all Freshman and Transfer
Orientation Counselors tor Contact 78 at 750 p.m. on
Wednesday hi 106 Carroll.
Professor Ralph Croisierof SUN Y-Brockport will present
an illustrated lecture "Political Art in the U.S.S.R. and
China" at 730 p.m. on Wednesday in Room 202-204 of tha
Union. Sponsored by the Triangle Universities East Asian
The Coastal Club will meet at 730 p.m. Wednesday In tha
South Lounge of the Union. Final plana for tha panel
discussion on water quality will be made. Ail members are
urged to attend.
The Association of International Students is holding their
penultimate "Foreign Gourmet Dinner," the Chinese
Dinner, at 730 p.m. on Wednesday at the Community
Church on Masonfarm and Purefoy Roads. Tickets are
available for $2.50 at the Union Desk, Ledbetter-Ptckard
and the International Center, Bynum HaH. Everyone la
welcome. Next week the last dinner Latin-American.
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CPT Everett Cox
Army Nurse Corps Counselor
PO Box 26537
Raleigh, NC 27611
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Directions: From Hwy. 54 Bypass take Greensboro St.
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Apartments are 4 blocks on the right.
Hours: 10-6 daily 1 - 6 Sat. & Sun.
Telephone (919)929-1141 collect.
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,Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30 (919)942-7004
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A lerrif ic way to 90. Europe's trains
are fast clean, on time. And they go aH
over the Continent. You can speed from
city to city. You can meander thru tiny
villages. You can wind up mountains.
I n fact you can explore the whc4e of
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towns, comb beaches? Feel free.
There's a train going your way when
you're ready to make tracks. Lots of
stations even rent bikes if you'd
tike to wheel it for a while. You'll have
a fantastic trip, meet Europeans, make
new friends see more and spend less :
than most any other way of going.
Student Raiipass, two months $i9x
In Britain, a variety of Youth
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Union Crev Chun to astorsir e sprtrq courrtryid trow
5:15 to 7 Wi.-MWiiy. Ut at rr Cid on Campus
Ta rsttor c 1 1 1.
Th tnonttiy mxSri of fr IViMarcti Trtan Group o
fta SUrra pkrfj 3 b Mid ct I p.m. Thurdy n Drrlv
AucjHortum. lUaaf eft Triads' kwtiUrt. CarBa Yat
Eicycla Cortfnator tor torn H.C Dprmn c
Tramportagon, and C3 Thmcy. Chairman el lha tUJa
Eicrci Coewwittae, r sjaa fescrcSng and Wkawaya tn
North Carols. A3 ara lrHd to atlaod.
-SKTT naada wrllara, ad pacpki aftd a oretfaBon
manager tor nait year. Intonrtawa wiS ba td from 2 to 4
pjn. Ttwraday to tft "AWS" ofc. Suila D of ttta Unton.
PotanHai writora ptaaM bring a aampla of your work tt
docan't hava to ba eubflahad. If you can t eema, piaaaa eai
Lym Carran at M2-53S9 or Siiaan Oreutt at 967-29S8.
Y.O.GJL olfara Laura Haman'a daaa from 7 pan. to t
pjn. Thursday In Room 206 of t?v Union. AJ! ara wateoma.
Alpha Phi Omasa APO) wtt hold Ita annual Campua
Chaat Carnival from to 11 pjn. Thuraday on Ehringhaua
FlaW. Faaturad at aunaat wIB ba a Jump by tha UNC
Parachute Club. Later, a baar chutng eontatt. f raa baar.
gamaa and prliaa tor a8. Support Campua Chaatf
Dr. Walter Robarta' tectur on Yugoala Guarttla
Wart ara In World WarllhaabanrachdutedandriHtaka
placa at 2 p.m. Thuradav In Room 217 of tha Union. Dr.
Roberta la tha author of Ttto, Mlhtovich and tha AHtes."
pubiiahad racantty by tha Rutgers University Preae,
considered to be the beat work on thla eeneJtive auctecL
John By ma will ba aeHing hand crafted Jewelry, feather
work and Indian arUf acta Thuraday and Friday In the South
Gallery of the Union.
The School of Education wtB hold pre-registration
advisement sessions for all undergraduate Education
majors Thuraday. Students should check the notices
posted in Peabody Hall for time and location of these
Items of Interests
Anyone interested In becoming a Junior-Transfer
Orientation Counselor, please call M7-1521 or 933-7411
Applications are now available from the Wesley
Foundation for the Lawrence Whitfield Traveling
Fellowship. $250.00 la awarded annually to one or mora
students who are undergraduates but not seniors.
Recipients are expected to use the fellowship for a program
combining travel and serious study. Applications must ba
turned in by April 15. Call 942-2152 for more information.
Applications for the Helen Badham House and Henry
Charles House, Jr. Awards, are now being recieved by the
Vestry of the Chapel of the Cross. Applicants must be able,
needy students of the Episcopal faith. Application deadline
la April 15. For mora Information, contact tha Chapel of the
Cross Church at 929-2193.
Any student interested in being recommended by the
student body president for the 1976-1977 Student Health
Service Administrative Board should come by Suite C of the
Union to fill out an application. Applications must be
returned before Friday.
Recreation people: start saving your money for the Meyer
Banquet on April 15. Any questions, call the Recreation
Office at 933-1222 or Paul Bumette at 942-6588.
Mob riots in Peking
HONG KONG (U PI) Tens of thousands
of Chinese paying tribute to the late Premier
Chou En-lai went on a day-long rampage
Monday in Peking's worst civil disorder
since the days of the chaotic Cultural
Revolution a decade ago.
The disturbances, which defied police,
soldiers and militiamen, apparently were an
outgrowth of the current power struggle
between Chiang Ching, wife of Communist
Party Chairman Mao Tse-tung, and
supporters of former acting premier Teng
Hsiao-peng, thetman wha delivere?jChous
funeral eulogy and" had been expected to
Many demonstrators were still in the
capital's massive Tien An Men Gate of
Heavenly Peace Square at midnight under
the watchful eyes of thousands of militiamen
and public security officials, Peking
residents said in a telephone conversation
with UPI's Hong Kong bureau.
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