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    2 The 0ily Tar Heel Friday. March 25. 1977
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Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH' offices in the
Union by 3 30 p.m. If they are to run the next day. Each item wilt run at least twice.
Compiled by
Ten ley Ayers
Activities Tooty
A Square Dance will be held at 7 p.m. in the Tin Can. Everyone
k invited.
The graduate students of the D Melon of Organizational
Development and InstltuUonal Studies, School of Education,
are homing Mulcom Know lei for an open discussion from 1 2 noon
to 2 p.m. in OS Peahody Hall as part of their weekly lunch hour
seminar.
Patsy Upton from the Dept. of Social Services will be at the
Wesley Foundation at 3 p.m. to answer questions about food
stamps and the possibilities for students as volunteers. Everyone is
welcome. Sponsored by the Hunger Actton Committee Call 942
7202 for more information.
Learn country and folk dances from a professional caller: no
experience necessary. Open to all! Sponsored by the Carolina Gay
Association from 9 p.m. to I a.m. Check at the Union Desk for the
room number.
The Department of Statistics presents D. Basu of Florida State
University to speak on "The Elimination of Nuisance Parameters"
at 3:30 p.m. in 263 Phillips Hall. Refreshments will be served at 3
p.m. in 316 Phillips Hall.
The Brothers of PI Kappa Phi invite all members of the Triangle
community to an "all-campus Burn-Out Party" from I p.m. to S
p.m. at 216 Finley Golf Course Rd. Donations from Paint Blue
Ribbon beer sales will go to the N.C. Memorial Hospital Burn
Center.
Planners Forum presents Wilbert A. Tatum to speak on "The
Resurrection of the Central City through the Use of Zoning.
Planning and Economic Tools" at 3:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in 102 New
East.
Street Hockey: from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Pit.
The National Student CoaHUon Against Racism will Hive a
rally to call for an end to U.S. complicity in aiding the racist regimes
in South Africa at 12 noon, on the Main Quad of Duke Campus.
They will also picket the Federal Bldg. in Raleigh at 12 noon
Saturday. March 26. Those who need rides meet at the Union
parking lot at 1 1 :30 p.m. Friday and at 1 1 a.m. Saturday. Call 967
3697 or 2K6-O023 for more information.
Upcoming Events
ECOS will sponsor a "Living Lightly Workshop" from 9:30 a.m.
to S p.m. Saturday. March 26. at the Carolina Union. Areas of
nutrition, gardening, solar energy, wood and wind power and new
technologies will be discussed. 1 he workshop is free, and everyone
is invited.
trnmanuel Temple Seventh Day Adventist Church. 1309
. Lincoln St.. Durham, will he having Community Guest Day
Saturday. March 26. Sabbath School will begin at 9:30a.m.. divine
worship service at 1 1 a.m. and dinner after the service.
En River State Park Day Hike: 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday,
March 27. Beautiful hike along the Eno River with spring
wildflowers in bloom. For directions or more information, and to
register, call 929-1 1 1 1, ext. 210.
Young Libertarians will host a hospitality suite from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. Saturday. March 26. Room 202 of the Carolina Union. .
The Carolna Gay Association is donating its profits from the
next National Tea Dance to the Dade County (Fla.) Coalition for
Humanistic Right. Join us from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday. March 27.
at Blueberry Hill. Admission is $2.
SL John's Metropolitan Community Church of Raleigh will
hold worship services at 3 p.m. Sunday. March 27. in the "Nub"
room of the NCSU Student Union. For more information or
transportation, call X32-I5K2 or 929-884.1.
Jazz Night: from 8 p.m. to 1 1 p.m. Sunday. March 27. at the
Great Hall of the Carolina Union. Y'all come!
Campus Christian Fellowship holds services at I
Sunday. March 27. in Room 213 of the Carolina Union.
Meeting or freshmen interested in physical therapy: 4:30
p.m. Monday. March 28. in the library' of the Nash Hall Guidance
and testing Center. Call Sue Campbell at 966-4552 for further
information.
SftYDIVE IN THE SPRING! The UNC Parachute Club will
be holding Us first class or the spring semester on March 28-3 1. The.
world's ultimate experience for $35. Call 929-2315 after 5 p m. for
more information. Meeting: 7:30 p.m. Monday. March 28. in 303
Woollen Gvm.
Alger Hiss will be on campus March 28. 29. and 30. Tickets for
the major speech at 8 p.m. Tuesday. March 29. in Memorial Hall
are available at the Union desk for S I . Sponsored by the Carolina
Forum.
Correction
The Daily Tar Heel incorrectly reported
Wednesday that the Pi Kappa Phi "Burn
Out" today would feature free beer. There
will be a charge for the beer, with proceeds
going to the N.C. Burn Center.
Items of Interest
The 1977 edition or the Southern Part of Heaven will he available
Monday. March 28. at the Union. Undergraduate Library. Wilson
Library and the Y court. Happy Hunting!
"Centering-Venturing: A Planning Process for Creatively
Muddling through Life end Work" will he offered by the Career
Planning and Placement office this spring for students interested in
learning a job-seeking process based on values, skills, interests,
lifestyle and life-work goals. It will he offered from 3 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. Monday. March 2X. and from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Mondays.
April 4. April 18. and April 25. Interested students should contact
Jane Kendall or Beth Burris (933-6507. 211 Hanes Hall).
Enrollment is limited.
New Deadline for Campus Calendar Announcements:
Starting Monday. March 28. the new deadline for announcements
lor Campus Calendar will he I p.m. the day before the
announcement is to he printed. Thank you. Campus Calendar
Editor.
People may sign up at the Union Desk until Friday. March 25.
for the reception for WHUam Cotby to be held in Ehringhaus
Greenroom March 30. Colby will appear at 8 p.m. Fridav. March
25. at Memorial Hall.
The University Counseling Center (Guidance and Testing).
Nash Hall, will be open 4 more Mondays from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m..
this semester for appointments with counselors and browsing in the
Educational Occupational Information Library. Call 933-2 1 75 for
appointments. (Closed April 1 1. Easter Monday.)
INSTACOPY
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Franklin & Columbia
(Over the Zoom)
929-2147
IVIon.-Fri.9-6
From April 1 through June 14, you can fly roundtrip from
New Yon: to Luxembourg for only $410.
That's $89 less than the youth fare you'd pay on any
other scheduled airline. (From Chicago you pay $458 and
save $103.) All you have to do is be under the age of 24.
There are no booking restrictions. And no skimping on
meals or service. Because we give you the same service
you'd get from other airlines, without the same high costs.
So, if you're not flying Icelandic to Europe, you're
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942-5153
ADD 91. SO TO THE PRICE OF ANYTHING AND SELL IT
TOMORROW WITH A CLASSIFIED AD.
For Sal: 1975 HONDA 400 4-cylindsr. Excellent
condition. Very smooth, quiet, quick. Drive, handle
and perform very different from 350 or 360. Call 942
1352. For Sale: 10-speed with 531 Tubing, Campy and
Stronglight parts. Price negotiable Must Cell. 967
1512 evenings.
Dodge van, 1 967, 318 V-8 engine, new trans., windows
all around, good condition, $950. Call 929-9124.
MIKE'S Stupendous Star Trek Sales 1 977 Catalog will
be ready in April order one now before supply runs
out. 750. Contact Mike Hugo, 740 James, or call 933
4752 nights to learn how you can benefit from Mike's
two years of operation in ST fandom.
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condoms with one of our famous sample packs. Pre shaped,
textured, colored, lubricated skins, stubs. Design to
increase sexual satisfaction. ADAM & EVE. Frank . &
Colombia (over the Zoom). 929-2147.
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INTERESTED IN LOW COST JET TRAVEL TO EUROPE
AND ISRAEL? STUDENT TRAVEL CENTER can help
you travel with maximum flexibility & minimum cost.
For more info call TOLL FREE 800 325-8034.
Dear Pete and Jake. I do enjoy cooking, but I'm wary of
strangers. Would you consider eating a pizza with me
Tuesday for lunch or like "the angels" am I never to
meet my Charlies?
McKay Belk need a steady girlfriend. Anyone
interested call 968-9068 or apply at 114 South
Columbia Street.
Shazam, Gomer, happy birthday tomorrow from me
and the kid. Remember the St. Francis Hotel in San
Francisco. Love you with everything I've got. Love,
your fool.
Nancy B, lb guessb byb nowb youb knowb whosb
beenb sendingb youb demb flowersb . . .it'sb
meb . . . loveb, duh-blo.
NEED EXTRA MONEY?? Two NCAA tickets needed for
tournament in Atlanta. Contact Bob at 431-5169. Top
dollar paid!
Male roommate needed for two bedroom apartment
near campus. Summer only. Approximately 90 &
.tiiitia. Ideal for summer school. 942-1124 after 5.
mat tossed
PRESTWICK MUSIC announces new hours: Monday
through Friday 10:00-5:00. Used rock, jaxz, bkies
albums, 45's-sell, buy.' trade. 105 N. Columbia,
(above Big Wally's). 929-7205.
Volunteers wanted for psychology experiment in
volving treatment for single men who feel uncomfor
table in social situations with woman. Call UNC Psy
chology Dept., 933-6S93. 9 a.m. -4 pjn.
OVERSEAS JOBS summeryear-round. Europe, S.
America, Australia. Asia, etc. All fields. S 5 00- 1200
monthly. Expenses paid, sightseeing. Free inform.
Write: International Job Center, Dept. NL, Box 4490,
Berkeley. CA 94704.
Want to spend the summer SAILING the Caribbean?
the Pacific? Europe? Boat owners need crews, male
and female no experience necessary! For free
information, send a 13C stamp to WINDJAMMER, Box
3141. Memphis, Tenn., 38103.
. The Record Bar on Henderson Street has a possible
part-time position open. Apply in person or phone 942
6273. : -...
Help Wanted: Experienced waitress apply in person.
All shifts. Silent Sam's - restaurant, under new
management. 203 E. Franklin St. "' "
Summer jobCreative babysitter wanted f ojt 2 and 6 yr
old, faculty family, from 30 May or 13 June to B
August; S10O for 40-hr wk. Experience necessary;
arly childhood education student perhaps. Creative
activities, transportation, supervision at swimming
pool, and some housekeeping expected. Near Estes
and Franklin intersection. Call 929-6607 after 5 PM.
Becker's Electronic Repair: CB. Stereo Tape. FCC
licensed. Quality workmanship. See our selection
of telephones and accessories. Choice of eleven
beautiful colors. 108 Henderson St. Above the
Record Bar. 942-7959.
last week: Blue shirt-jacket, between Manning
and back of Student Stores. If found, call Mary
Lynn, 933-3566. evenings. Reward.
"Lost: Reward. sTnTinilaTkTalbVador Retriever, female'.
Wearing a white collar, small split in tip of tongue, 966
6171 or 933-7465.
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