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1 he United States also is negotiating for a
general cutback on arms sales throughout
The Arab nations and Israel have been
, upset with the United States since Carter's
press conference the week of March 6. The
same week. Carter said in opening remarks
to Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin that Israel
should have "defensible borders," a code
phrase which means to Israelis they can
retain most of their occupied territory,
rather than using the customary American
term, "secure borders." Arab ambassadors
immediately asked for a meeting with
Secretary of State Vance for clarification.
Carter said it was only a matter of semantics.
"It's hard for two antagonists as hostile to.
each other as the Arabs and Israelis are to
think along new lines," Scott said. "They
tend to go over the same ground again and
again. Carter is saying. 'Let's throw some
new ideas-into the hopper.' " If a new line of
thinking is suggested, it sometimes leads to a
compromise, Scott said.
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Baboquivari is probably the only self
acclaimed Druid on campus, and when he
graduates this May he'll take his rites to
wherever there's spring.
Baboquivari got interested in Druids
when he saw a film about Stonehenge which
showed some Druids performing some rite in
the center of the stones. "That was my first
encounter with Druids," he said.
Then while applying for colleges and
filling out all the forms that ask for your
religion, he decided to write down something
strange in the blank. "Every year I'd write
down something stranger. I started with the
Worldwide Church of God, then the Church
of Our Lady of Agnosticism and then Druid.
Of all of those I liked Druid best; it was the
He checked out a book from the library on
Druids to study up on the history and rituals.
Then he took a semester of Old Irish. "That's
really a bizarre language. I read all the old
This year he held the rites of spring, but
only two other people attended. "I didn't
have a robe, so I draped myself with a sheet;
it worked all right.
Answer Man . . . David Taylor is one
of UNC's most widely read columnists. It's
not unusual to see students lined up to read
his column in the undergraduate library,
even though few students know his identity.
Taylor is the undergraduate librarian.
Every week, he reads all the complaints and
suggestions placed in the library's suggestion
box and posts a sheet of his responses on the
main floor. "I always try to give an honest
answer and put some humor into it. If
someone gives a tongue-in-check suggestion,
I try to respond in kind," he said. "The thing
I enjoy about the suggestions is that we're
getting direct communication from students,
and we're giving direct feedback."
The suggestion-reply list has become so
popular that Taylor now is getting
suggestions about the suggestions. For
example, last week's list included:
Suggestion: "These suggestions are more fun
than reading Ann Landers. Thanks for
posting them!" Reply: "Thank you, Abby."
Suggestion: "These suggestions have been
rather boring lately." Reply: "Well Ann,
that's not my fault. Unlike some columnists,
I don't write them, I just answer them."
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Fountain, a freshman at UNC. has been
selected by the North Carolina Society of
Washington, D.C., as the Cherry Blossom
Princess. Fountain will represent North
Carolina in the annual Cherry Blossom
Festival from March 28 to April 2.
The festival was chartered by an act of
Congress in 1952, and it promotes better
relations between state societies in the
District of Columbia," Fountain said.
Saturday night in Washington the
national Cherry Blossom Princess will be
chosen from among the state princesses,
according to Fountain. The winner is
determined by the spin of a wheel. "Last year
the winner received a trip to China,"
"Bei ng a Cherry Blossom Princess is a
great opportunity to meet girls from all over
the country. It also gives you a new
perspective on Washington."
Fountain wasn't sure at first how to react
to the title. "Overall it's been a real good
opportunity. Most people have been really
' excited for me."
Pretzel Project. . .Larry Peterson
doesn't just like pretzels, he's become
something of an expert on them.
Peterson is president of the UNC
Advertising Club, which is putting together
an ad campaign for Rold Gold pretzels. The
campaign will be submitted in a national
student competition sponsored by the
American Advertising Federation. Peterson
is media director for the campaign.
"Pretzels are hard to work with," Peterson
says. "What can you say about a pretzel? No
two pretzels are the same. They're as
different as snowflakes."
Peterson says he may write a book
entitled. The Life and Time of the Rold Gold
Pretzel after the competition is over.
Hopefully a movie version will follow.
The club will make a regional presentation
on April 21 in Atlanta, Ga. The national
competition will be held in July. The Rold
Gold campaign has given students valuable
experience working in different areas of an
actual campaign, Peterson said.
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The Chapel Hill ECOS chapter will
sponsor a Living Lightly Workshop from
9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday in the
"The workshop was designed to deal with
maximizing individual efforts to maintain a
lifestyle which is energy efficient," said
Thomas Gunter, organizer of the workshop.
There will be exhibits, information tables,
demonstrations and discussion groups
throughout the day.
Workshop topics include nutrition and
organic gardening, food co-ops and
Speakers will include Robert Cole, an
assistant professor of physics at UNC
Asheville and an associate with the Goddard
Institute for Social Ecology.
Mark Buchanan of the Alternative
Technology Association and the New
Alchemy Institute will speak on wind power.
Gunter said solar-heating companies,
wood-stove companies, and the North
Carolina Energy Division will be setting up
"They'll be showing how to use what
you've got available," Gunter said. "To cut
back won't solve anything. We can save by
not using something that's energy
Resource material and bibliographies of
information sources will be available at the
The conference schedule is:
10-10:30 a.m. Necessary Nutrition and
Ways to Achieve It.
10:30-11 a.m. Organic Gardening
11-11:30 a.m. Food Co-ops and Other
1- 1:30 p.m. Resource Overview. . .the
State and Locality.
1:20-3 p.m. Alternatives to the
2- 2:30 p.m. Alternatives and Appropriate
All lectures will be held in Room 213 of the
Union. Times and locations for the
workshops will be posted inside the Union.
Chemicals cause cancer
Ninety per cent ot cancer cases can be traced to
chemical causes, according to Dr. Frederick de
Serres. associate director for genetics at the
National Institute of Environmental Health
De Serres said Thursday tha intensive study of
new discoveries concerning chemical carcinogens;.!
: or cancer-causing agents, may shift the emphasis
in the fight against cancer from treatment to
lt may eventually markedly reduce the
incidence of cancer in the general population," he
De Serres was the keynote speaker in a
minisymposium on chemical carcinogenesis
sponsored by the Cancer Research Center and the
Department of Pathology of the UNCISchool of
Medicine. Approximately 150 people are
attending the event, including prominent research
scientists in cancer and related fields.
The minisymposium is the first the UNC Cancer
Research Center has sponsored since it was
formed two years ago. -. :
De Serres discussed 'the correlation between
mutagenic chemicals and carcinogenic chemicals,
summarizing the results of various research
studies. He said such correlation studies have been
aided by the discover of many environmental and
industrial carcinogens and the development of
short-term tests for mutagenicity.
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Psalms 2 and Acts 4:25
Once upon a time there was a Civil War going on here in
our land! Did you know it? Have you heard of "Gone With
The Wind" and maybe seen the picture? If you know of that
Civil War has that knowledge had any beneficial effect
upon you. your conduct, your character, your relations to
fellow men. relations to your God and Saviour, especially
regarding the vows made to Him. if and when you joined His
Church PAY YOUR VOWS UNTO GOD, HE HATH NO
PLEASURE IN FOOLS!"
It was in July that The Battle of Atlanta was raging, right
here round about where we live, move, and have our being!
Surely. "Our God is "A MAN OF WAR!-" "THERE WAS WAR
IN HEAVEN. MICHAEL AND HIS ANGELS FOUGHT!"
Yesterday I read these words in Revelation Chapter 4, verse
8: "AND THEY REST NOT DAY AND NIGHT. SAYING,
HOLY. HOLY. HOLY. LORD GOD ALMIGHTY, WHICH
WAS. AND IS. AND IS TO COME!" Suggest you spend some
of your own time meditating on these Scriptures. However
give you a moment or two of my meditation.
"WHICH WAS" Which "was He" drove disobedient"
and naked man out of the Garden of Eden and away from The
Tree of Life, and placed at the east of the garden of Eden
Cherebums. and a flaming Sword which turned every way to
keep the way of the Tree of Life Genesis 3:24. (Someone
has suggested that after Cain and Able were born they
passed The Garden one day with their father and seeing the
"flaming sword" asked their father what place that was: "That
is where we lived before your mother ate us out of house and
home!" Have often heard it said that many of us dig our own
grave with our teeth! It is to be feared that many dig a berth in
the pit of hell with their appetites and teeth, etc.!)
"AND IS!" And "is" The Almighty that destroyed the
corrupt world with a flood in the days, of Noah might be
well to call to mind our recent storm "Agnes"! IS The God
that destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah by raining Fire and
Brimstone from Heaven on them one of the great causes
was immorality and unfaithfulness to marriage; and "IS" the
God who destroyed a large portion of the Jewish Race by
Ttus and his Roman Army!
"AND IS TO COME" "Be ready when He comes again,
He is coming again, so soon! He is coming again, so soon!"
Revelation 22:14: "BLESSED ARE THEY WHO DO HIS
COMMANDMENTS, THAT THEY MIGHT HAVE A RIGHT
TO THE TREE OF LIFE, AND MAY ENTER IN THROUGH
THE GATES INTO THE CITY."
At the beginning of this summer the writer, for the sake of
economy, decided to discontinue this Column about two
months. Have never found a good place to begin. For the
present hope to make them much shorter than usual.
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