4 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, October 22. camptas calendar Public service Union by 3:30 Activities Today The Dept. of Chemistry presents Jack D. Dunitz of Zurich to speak on "From Crystal Structure Data to Chemical Reaction Pathways" at 1 1 a.m. Friday, Oct. 22, in 308 VenableHalL The Carolina Gay Association will hold a steering committee meeting from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, in Room 207 of the Carolina Union. All are welcome. Join the crowd at 9:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, at the Orange County Democratic headquarters, 105 E. Franklin St. to watch the last Carter-Ford presidential debate on T.V. Beer available for a small donation from 8:30 p.m. There will be a meeting of the Student Health Service Administrative Board at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge. Any student may attend the meeting. Come to Shabbat dinner at the Hillel House at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22. Please call 942-4057 for reservations before noon, Friday. The Baptist Campus Ministry: The Couples Fellowship will meet at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, at the Battle House. Bob Nationally Known Speed Reading Course to be Taught in Chapel. Hill. United States Reading Lab will offer a 4-week course in speed reading to a limited number of qualified people in Chapel Hill. This recently developed method of instruction is the most innovative and effective program available in the United States. Not only does this famous course reduce your time in the classroom to just one class per week for 4 short weeks but it also includes an advanced speed reading course on c assert tape so that you can continue to improve for the rest of your life. In just 4 weeks the average student should be reading 4-5 times faster. In a few months, some students are reading 20-30 times faster, attaining speeds that approach 6,000 words per minute. In rare instances, speeds of up to 13,000 wpm have been documented. Our average graduate should read 7-10 times faster upon completion of the course with marked improvement in comprehension and concentration. For those who would like additional information a series of FREE one hour orientation lectures have been scheduled. At these free lectures the course will be explained in detail, including classroom procedure, instruction methods, class schedule and a special one time only introductory tuition that is less than half of the cost of similar courses. You must attend any of the meetings shown for information about Chapel Hill courses. These meetings are open to the public above age 18. (Persons under age 18 should be accompanied by parent if possible.) ' v If you have always wanted to be a speed reader but found the cost prohibitive or the course too time-consuming, now you can. Just by attending 1 evening per week for. 4 short weeks, you can read 7-10 times faster, concentrate better and comprehend more. If you are a student who would like to make A's instead of B's or Cs, or if you are a business person who would like to stay abreast of today's everchanging, accelerating world, then this course is an absolute necessity. These special FREE one hour lectures will be held at the following times and places. CHAPEL HILL MEETINGS in C Ball Room, Carolina Inn WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27 6:30 pan. 8:30 pan. OCT. 28 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. OCT. 29 6:30 p.m. 8:30 pan. OCT. 31 3:00 p.m. NOV. 1 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. NOV. 2 6:30 pan. 8:30 pan. If you are a student, housewife, businessman, or executive, this course, which took 5 years of intensive research to develop, is a must. You can read 7-10 times faster, comprehend more, concentrate better and remember longer. Students are offered an additional discount. This course can be taught to industry or civic groups at Group Rates upon request. Be sure to attend whichever free orientation that fits best in your schedule. Remember, the tuition for this new course is one-half that of other courses. TARHEEL OFFER OF THE If the Tarheels score 28 points or more against E.C.U., you can get a free regular order of McDonald's french fries with the purchase of any sandwich by presenting your game ticket stub. Offer good through Sunday, October 24, 1976, only at McDonald's on West Franklin Street and McDonald's in University Mall. Kiinoas U n 420 West Franklin Street and University Mall 1976 announcements must be turned in to the box outside the 'DTH' offices in the p.m. if they are to run the next day. Each item will run at least twice. Phillips and Nancy Morris will coordinate the evening. "Ours is the strength of 10 because our hearts are pure," exclaims wingback Jeff Davis as the UNC Football Club hosts the rugged East Carolina Club in the final home game at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, on the Astroturf. BYOB. Upcoming Events The Carolina Gay Association will host the second annual Southeastern Gay Conference on April 1 through April 3, 1977. Planning for the conference begins at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23, in Room 207 of the Carolina Union. All are welcome to attend. Saturday's victory over ECU calls for a celebration, and that's what the University Newcomers and the UNC Faculty Club have planned. Keep on your football clothes and come out to a casual evening at the Rooster Cabin, out Mann's Chapel Road, at 8 p.m. Directions are available on posters around town, and will be clearly marked that night. All UNC faculty members, medical and dental residents and interns are invited, and their guests are welcome. Tickets are $4.25 at the door. Telephone Glenda Burgin at 929-8048 if you have any questions. WEE K Compiled by Ten ley Ayers ENO River State Park Day Hike Come enjoy the fall colors before they're gone! Come to ENO River State Park at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23. For more information and registration, call 929-1 111, ext. 210. The Lutheran Campus Ministry will have a study and discussion of Hebrews 2: 1 11 at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 24, in the Lutheran Campus Center. Worship will follow at 1 1 a.m. in Holy Trinity Church. At 6 p.m. there will be a simulation game at the center which stresses the problem of world hunger. Everyone is invited. The mid-campus chapter of Intervarslty Christian Fellowship will discuss "Christian relationships" at their meeting at 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24 at the Chapel of the Cross. Everyone is welcome. The Bike-A-Thon has been rescheduled for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24. Call ECOS at 933-3757 for more information. The Tar Heel DeMolay Club will have a covered-dish supper at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24, in the coffeehouse of Craige Dorm. All DeMolays, Rainbows and Job's Daughters, as well as their dates, are encouraged to attend. Contact Susan Joyce at 929-6021 for further details. iiiiiiwiiiiiiiiMiwiMiiiwiwininiirinnniiiinniniinriiiriinnrnwinnnnirTiinriiTTnrnnrr Newest Paperbacks: The Eden Express Mark Vonnegut Hitler's Letters and Notes compiled and with commentary by Werner Maser with Hitler's own photos and drawings. We Always Wore Sailor SuitsSusanna Agnelli The Last Days of Louisianna Red Ishmael Reed Life After Life New Edition at $1.95 Little In University Square, across from Gr&nvillo Towors. Open daily 9:30-6.00 Friday til 9.00 p.m. Sunday 12-6 p.m. All are invited to a bagel-and-tox brunch at the Httfel House, 210 W. Cameron Ave., at 1 1 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 24. Affiliates, $1.75; others $2. The Wesley Foundation will have a student-led experimental service at 11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 24. All are welcome. St. John's Metropolitan Community, Church will meet for worship at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24, at the Presbyterian Student Center, on Horne Street, just off Hillsborough Street, across from State. For more information or a ride, call 832-1582 or 967-9626. All are welcome, gay or straight. The Carolina Forum presents Senator Joe Olden of Delaware at 1:45 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25 , in the Great Hall of the Carolina Union. Come and meet him. Sign up at the Union desk. Limited attendance. Become involved in saving Chapel Hill's beauty. Meeting to plan boycott of those businesses involved in tearing down trees and destroying beauty will be at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, at 2 Amity Court. Call 929-5378 for more information. There will be a panel discussion on the third and final presidential debate, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Oct 25, in Room 202 of the Carolina Union. Faculty members from the departments of RTVMP, political science, economics and speech as well as from the School of Journalism will be featured. The program is being sponsored by the Undergraduate Political Science Association and the Union Current Affairs Committee. The Darkroom Co-op is having a meeting at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, in the In Modem Comes to Carolina October 31, 8:00 p.m. in Memorial Hall. TDC on sale now at the Union Desk A Carolina Professor "WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?" Psalms 2 and Acts 4:25 We quote excerpts from a letter received from a young lady -r AND I MEAN LADY from over in Alabama: "I am a sixteen year old girl who reads your column every week In our local newspaper. It does me good to see someone who Is strong and sure in his Christian faith to write such stralsht-forward articles in a time when the world has suddenly become so "free" and lenient In this letter, I'd like to show my reverence, fear and love In God and His Laws. "I hardly know where to start I guess the beat way to start Is to state the topic of my letter sex. That's not surprising when you consider that that's about all that anyone talks about these days. First, let me say I am not a "prude." I n fact, I consider myself a liberal Baptist I am fed up and literally enraged at the event taking place in our world. Today, sex seems to be some kind of idol that demands worship. No longer is sex a private, personal gift from God. It is displayed and ex hibited everywhere a person turns. Today, the young people say they have sexual "freedom." What they need to realize Is that this "freedom" is really the enslaving bonds of the deviL "Young people no longer respect, fear, or obey God's rules concern ing sex. They insist that as long as they are sincere, pre-marital sex is a beautiful experience. And society Is beginning to condone It Today, people say that marriage Is a terrible thing which destroys that relationship they have and marriage Is not necessary. They feel that if they live together before, their marriage will be better. Sure, marriage is rough sometimes. But God will help if people wUI obey Him and ask Him. If I remember correctly, God gave us marriage for the purpose that a couple could avoid fornication. Today the true, sacred meaning of marriage has been disregarded, because it is "urevelanfTo me, sex before marriage is sin, and no beautiful gentle words can mask that fact "And today, homosexuals are being treated like "heroes." I heard a man on the television claim that Just because a person is a homosex ual that doesn't mean that he can't be a Christian; In fact, many homosexuals are professed Christians. Where does this man get his scripture to support his views? I get mine from Leviticus 23:13: "1 a man also lie with mankind as he Ueth with a woman, both of them have com mitted an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them." With these words, I will drop dead In my tracks before I'll respect one of these people." Upstairs Lounge of the Carolina Union. Anyone interested in ordering chemicals or equipment cheaply should attend. For more information, call Robert Hughes at 942 7596. A public relations seminar, featuring a film by the Public Relations Society of America, "Opinion of the Publics and H. C. Cranford Jr., vice president of public relations for Blue Cross-Blue Shield of North Carolina, will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, in Room 203, Howell Hall. The program is sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists. All journalism students are invited. Christopher Tietze, senior consultant of the Population Council in New York City, will speak on "Legal Abortion: Demographic and Public Health Aspects" at 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, in RoomT-7, New Carroll Hall. Sponsored by the Department of Epidemiology. There will be a very important meeting of those working on the Common Cause Mock Election at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, in 208 Bingham Hall. Delta Sigma Pi will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, in T-l New Carroll Hall. Do you have an alternative to politics as usual this November? Arlan K. Andrews, Libertarian candidate for governor, will address UNC Young Libertarians at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, in Room 205 of the Carolina Union. The public is invited to hear the standard bearer of N.C.'s newest political party. Plans for getting out the Ford, Flaherty, Hiatt, Spaulding, Tenney, Powell, Coble, JJazz Quartet KET Union presentation The new if you like Southwing 6r Fat Chance you'll love the Winter Brothers . . . Southern Boogie 9:30 P.M. The young lady then comments quite a bit on the "movies." Have to say it has been so many years since I have been to one, I am not in a position to comment "I t is my opinion that all this sexual "freedom," "honest" movies, and "beautiful" rock festivals is part of a plan to ruin our country. By mak ing claims that certain-"abominattorts" are now ail right, and doing them, and then calling themselves the children of God. Communists are persuading others to fall into the devil's hands. I only hope that my fellow citizens will realize God's laws and obey them. "Thank you for taking time to consider my views. Sincerely, Name Signed."' "WHERE THERE IS NO VISION, THE PEOPLE PERISH!" It appears that God has touched the heart of this young girl and given her a True Vision of the Curse of Sex Corruption that has destroyed In the past multitudes of nations and civilizations; and now has brought our nation mighty low. Would God that the rulers of our religious life, educational life, political life, business life, and all life had the vision granted this young lady! Where is that verse of Scripture have forgotten where it is and will not stop to look It up now that says: "AND A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM!" This is the tenth month in this year 1976 and this column calls attention to what God says In Deuteronomy 17:18-20: "Get yourself a Bible, keep it with you. Read it ail the days of your life that you may learn to fear the Lord your God and keep pride out of your heart causing you to think you are better than your brethren; to keep you from turning to the right hand or to the left from His Commandments and Statutes, to the end you and your children might live a long life and a blessed life In the land God gives you." The young lady's letter inspires the writer to call attention to many, many Scriptures that support her position. Permit one further comment In spite of the corruption every way one looks, she hears what God says in Leviticus 20:13: "If a man lie with mankind, as he Ueth with a woman, both have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall surely be upon them!" NOTE THE REACTION OF THE GIRL'S FAITH: WITH THESE WORDS I WILL DROP DEAD IN UY TRACKS BEFORE I WILL RESPECT ONE OF THESE PEOPLE!" . Don't forget that The Gentle Jesus Christ made a whip of cords and lashed some folks out of His Father's House; and In Matthew 23rd chapter He called some others fools and blind. "Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers. How can ye escape the damnation of Hel3" Robcrson, Godfrey, Tyler arid Nye voter, on Election Day will be discussed at a meeting at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, in Room 1212 of Granville Towers West. The UNC Surf Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, in 219 Greenlaw Hall. All members please attend. Everyone is welcome. Items of Interest The UNC Young Democrat will provide absentee ballot notarizing in Suite C from 1 1 a.m. to 4 p.m .Friday, Oct. 22, and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m, Monday through Friday, Oct. 25 to Oct. 29, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30. The Carolina Union Special Projects Committee) presents the NFL Football Follies, a videotape program, at 10:15 a.m. and 2: 1 5 p.m. every day this week (Oct. 17 to Oct. 22) in the second floor lounge of the Carolina Union. DIWALI The Indian Festival of Lights is being celebrated by the India Association at Chapel Hill in Wesley Foundation at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23. All are cordially invited. Admission is free. Light refreshments will be served. The Carolyceum Auto Mtchanics class will be offered until further notice. Contact the Union desk for future class meeting locations. All students are urged to vote in the UNC Mock Election on Tuesday, Oct. 26. The election is sponsored by UNC Common Cause. If you are a student at this University, you paid a $37.50 health fee which entitles you to a variety of services. For more information or complaints about these services drop by Suite C of the Carolina Union between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to talk with Betty King, Student Health Advocate, or call 942-1394. A guide, The Consumer Health Handbook is also available in Suite C or the SCAU office. Applications for the campus honorary, the Order of the Old Well, are available at the Union Desk and 01 Steele Building.; Membership is determined by a point system , and is . based on academic and extracurricular achievements. Applications must be in by Friday, Nov. 12. All Forum members please pick up and' distribute posters Friday, Oct. 22. Debate get together County Democrats and Republicans will hold get-togethers tonight for the third Ford-Carter debate. The Orange County Democrats will present a video tape of Jimmy Carter's Wednesday Winstcm-alem campaign stop at 8:30 p.m. before the4efcvisd debate. Beer j and peanuts will be available. The Orange County Republican headquarters will open at 9 p.m. for the 9:30 debate. Refreshments will be served. Tonight Winter Brothers $1.00 Student ID P. O. BOX 405, DECATUR, GA.
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