2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday. March 30, 1977
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box
Union by 3 30 p m if they are to run the next day Each item
Student Government Positions:
Applications for Executive Staff. Media Board.
Attorney General Staff and Chancellor's
committees are available in Suite C of the
Carolina Union and at the Union desk.
The Latter Day Saint Student Association
w ill sponsor a film series beginning with "Meet the
Mormons" at 8 p.m. in 10I Greenlaw Hall.
The UNC Scuba Club will meet at 7 p.m. in
303 rVoollen Gym. Everyone please attend as
many important dives will be discussed.
The Coffee Klatch will be held from 9 to 1 1
a.m. in the Pine Room. AH faculty members and
students are invited to attend. Coffee and pastries
will be sold.
A public colloquium. The Energy and the
Consumer" will be held from 8 to 10 p.m. in
Room T-6 Carroll Hall. Call 933-3074 for "more
The Black Student Caucus and the Student
Union Board of UNC School of Public Health
are sponsoring a conference on "Perspectives on
the Health of Black Populations" from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. today in Rosenau Hall and from 10 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Thursday. For additional information
about topics and speakers please call William T.
Small, assistant dean. School of Public Health
There will be a meeting for prospective
English majors at 3 p.m. in 431 Greenlaw Hall.
The Department of Computer Science
presents Niklaus Wirth at 4 p.m. in 215 Phillips
William Colby will give a free public lecture at 8
p m. in Memorial Hall.
John Honigmann will speak informally on
"New and Old Living Patterns in Arctic and
Subarctic Canada" at 4 p.m. in Room 217 of the
Carolina Union. Sponsored by the Dept. of
Anthropology and the Carolina Indian Circle.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Club will
. WASHINGTON (U PI) The House,
sweeping aside questions about
constitutionality, voted overwhelmingly
Tuesday to give President Carter the
authority he requested to reorganize the
The measure, approved 395 to 22, is
almost identical to a three-year
authorization bill unanimously approved by
the Senate earlier this month.
Rep. Jack Brooks, D-Tex., chairperson of
the Government Operations Committee and
the bill's floor manager, told reporters later
he believes the Senate will quickly accept the
House version rather than tie up the
legislation in a House-Senate conference
Brooks was one of the strongest critics of
Carter's reorganization formula, which
provides that each plan will go into effect
within 60 days unless either the House or
Senate passes a resolution of disapproval.
Brooks pushed for legislation to require
specific approval by both houses for each
reorganization proposal, but dropped the
effort when it became apparent he would be
out-voted even in his own committee.
The Texan had argued it was
unconstitutional to allow major structural
changes by the president in statutory
programs and agencies without positive
approval by Congress.
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outside the DTH' offices in the
will run at least twice
Ten ley Ayers
hold its weekly meeting at 7 p.m. in Room 209 of
the Alumni Building.
The second meet of the Carolina Godiva's
Athletic Attic Track Series begins at 6 p.m. on
Fetzer Field. Registration begins at 5:45 p.m. Call
933-1013 or 942-2561 foir further details.
There will be a meeting of the Campus
Concerns Committee at 7 p.m. on the second
floor of the Y Building. Bill Moss will hold a
There will be a short meeting of the
Association of International Students at 7 p.m.
in the International Center. Bynum Hall.
MCAT and DAT Review Session: General
Chemistry, at 7:30 p.m. in 103 Berryhill Hall.
Sponsored by AED.
There will be a special meeting of the UNC
Veterans' Club at 7:30 p.m. in Room 206 of the
The UNC College Republicans will hold a
meeting at 7 p.m. in the South Gallery Meeting
Room of the Carolina Union. Nominations for
officers will be made.
The UNC Women's Crew will have a
mandatory meeting at 7 p.m. in the Frank Porter
Graham Lounge of hte Carolina Union.
The Undergraduate Political Science
Association will hold a meeting for the purpose
of electing new officers and passing a new
constitution for the organization at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 31, in the third floor lounge of
The Association of International Students
will have its group picture for the Yackety Yack
taken at 3:30 p.m. Thursday. March 31, at the
International Center. For more information call
Over-the-counter drug fair! Stop by from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, March 31, in the
Carter's reorganization plan
Crash due to pilot error
SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Spain
(UPI) The KLM jumbo jet that ripped
through a Pan American 747 in the Canary
Islands and killed 575 persons had no
permission to take off, Spanish and Dutch
officials said Monday.
The chief Dutch investigator said the
captain of the KLM plane only got "flight
clearance" for his plane and failed to ask for
"takeoff clearance" before starting a takeoff
run to the worst disaster in aviation history.
"We are still on the runway!" the Pan
American pilot shouted over his radio as he
saw the KLM jumbo jet barreling down on
his jam-packed 747 jumbo jet.
His warning was too late to stop the 400
ton Dutch jet, rushing down the runway at
186 miles per hour.
The latest casualty figures said at least 575
persons died. Only 68, all Americans,
Bus system hearing
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t arolina Union for free information, samplcsand
advice. Sponsored by pharmacy students.
David Adler of M.l.T. will speak on "Electronic
Structure of Amorphous Semiconductors" at 2
p.m. Thursday. March 31, in 265 Phillips Hall.
Botany Students BuS A will meet at 5 p.m.
Thursday, March 31. in Coker Hall. See our
bulletin board in Coker Hall for details.
There will be a meeting of the UNC Jugglers'
Association from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday. March
31. at Memorial Hall. This week's feature will
include a ball-bouncing workshop. For
information call 967-4153.
The Christian Science Organization will
meet at 5 p.m. Thursday. March 3 1, in Room 205
of the Carolina Union. The meeting is open to
everyone. Topic: Achieving Success.
Vice Chancellor William F. Little will conduct
an informal brown bag lunch seminar on "The
University's Development Program: Its Import
and Evolution" at 12 noonThursday. March 31. in
OX Peabody Hall. Everyone is welcome.
The N.C. Coastal Club will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday. March 31. in Room 206 of the Carolina
Union. Managements w ill be made for Thursday's
speaker, Ronald Earl Mason. All members are
urged to attend.
The Willie P. Mangum Medal on Oratory will
be presented after the final competition at the
regular meeting of the Dialectic and
Philanthropic Societies at 8 p.m. Thursday.
March 31. in 300 New West. All are invited.
Pictures will be made.
Any black student that would like his picture
made in the Black Mini Yearbook, please meet at
the following places Thursday. March 31: seniors
at 4 p.m. at the Sun Dial. More head Planetarium:
juniors at 4:15 p.m. at the Old Well; sophomores
at 4:30 p.m. at the Arboretum by Davie Hall;
freshmen at 4:45 p.m. at the Bell Tower: and
graduate students at 5 p.m. on the Craige front
Items of Interest
The Order of the Golden Fleece is having its
annual tapping ceremony at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
April I, in Hill Hall Auditorium. Judge Hamilton
Hobgood will be the guest speaker. The public is
Pledges from the 1977 Walk for Humanity are
being collected in the Campus Y office weekdays
annual hearing on the bus system tonight at
7:30 in the Municipal Building.
A major topic of discussion is expected to
be the construction of 17 bus shelters at an
estimated cost of $51,000.
Transportation Director John
Bartosiewicz will also present proposed
budgets and service plans for next year.
'Rocky1 wins top Oscar
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) "Rocky!" which
won the Oscar for best picture and best
director, and "Network." which captured the
top acting prizes for Faye Dunaway and
Peter Finch, were the big winners of the 49th
A nnual Academy Awards Monday.
Jason Robards won the award for best
supporting actor in "All The President's
Men" and Beatrice Straight was voted best
supporting actress for "Network."
It was a first win for all four performers.
John Avildsen won the Oscar for best
direction of the bxoffice hit. "Rocky."
Paddy Chayefsky won the coveted best
screenplay award lor "Network." .
April Fool's Day is Friday!
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Tear out this ad, wrap a dollar in it, and drop it off at the inside
entrance to the Tar Heel before noonThursday, March 31.
from noon to 4 p.m. Please turn in your money by
The Student Government is accepting
applications for the position of Student Health
Advocate. Applicatioas are available in Suite C
of the Carolina Union. For more information call
Betty King evenings at 942-1 394.
SHE magazine is looking for both women and
men interested in writing, photography and
working with ads. Interested persons should
contact Mary Anne Rhyne, 933-57I5. for an
The YM-YWCA Tutoring Program is now
accepting applications for coordinator for next
year. Come by Room I02 of the Campus Y
Building for more information or an application.
The new 1977 edition of The Southern Part of
Heaven? is available at the Union. Undergraduate
Library. Wilson Library and the Y Court. Happy
Neep help with finding materials for your
research paper? Sign up for an appointment at the
reference desk with the Term Paper Clinic in the
Undergraduate now through April 22.
The Art Department is sponsoring a seven-day
bus trip to Baltimore. Philadelphia. Princeton and
New York. May 1 6 through 23. The price of
$124.50 includes transportation and lodging. If
interested, call Robert Jackson at 933-7251 before
Plan Assuring a College Education (PACE)
applications for full-time summer college work
study jobs are now available at the Student Aid
Office. 300 Vance Hall. PACE applications
should be submitted by April I for first
CONCERNED? Contact the Human
Sexuality Information and Counseling
Service for questions about interpersonal
relationships, contraception, pregnancy,
homosexuality, venereal disease and other
personal matters. Professional referrals, group
speakers. Suite B. Carolina Union. Telephone:
933-5505. 24-hour service.
East Carolina Medical School is sending
contingency applications for admission for fall
1977. Applications must be received in Greenville
by April 15. Write to: East Carolina Medical
School. Office of Admissions. Greenville. N.C.
27834 or call (919) 758-6069.
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William Colby, former
Director of the C.I.A.
Intelligence Out of the Shadows
Sponsored by Carolina Forum
and the International Affairs Colloquium
Thursday, March 31, William Colby debates Political Rights Defense
Fund Attorney Syd Stapeton at 10:00 a.m. in the Great Hall.
The best reason
in the world
to buy Bmdweir.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH, INC. ST. LOUIS
Distributed locally by Harris
For sale: 1974 Vogue. 2BR, 12 x 55. VA baths, central
ac, oil heat, recently refurbished and double
insulated. S3750. negotiable.' Available July 1. 942
For sale: 1 976 Triumph TR-6 convertible with Tonneau
top. Must sell against will! Wife pregnant, need larger
car. Bought in Nov. '76. Still new. 929-5852 after 6
p.m.. 493-1409 before 6 p.m.
Dstsun truck 1972, blue book value 1,800. Best offer
Pony saddle used twice. S65 New, S40. Call evening
1974 Honda XL-350. A steal at 8650. Excellent
condition. Call 942-8848. Keep trying.
Carolina Blue Dodge Van, 1967, windows all around,
318 engine, good condition, best offer. 929-9124.
Colony Park 2801 Welcome Drive. Four bedrooms.
2Vi baths, den, fireplace, dining room, living room,
large basement, fenced yard, nicely landscaped,
assumable loan. Durham 489-8705.
Diamond Engagement Ring. V carat quality stone.
Must sell. 325 or best offer. Call 942-7542 weekdays
1 975 Kawasaki 1 00, street. Good condition. S200. Call
Durham, 383-6200. Keep trying.
For sale; 1974 Jeep CJ-5, 4-WD, front wheel lock-outs,
roll-bar, back-seat, soft-top. Great for spring and
summer sun. S3900. Call: 933-7041.
Summer Jobs. Forest Service. How. where, when to
apply. 140 National Forests. Complete information
$3.00. Mission Mountain Co.. Box 727, Poison, Mont.
Needed: Expert, efficient typist to type 50 pages this
weekend. IBM S electric only. Will pay 75C per page.
Call John after 7 at 942-3690.
SUMMER JOBS: MARRIED couples only. . Beach
lifeguardregistration clerk combination; and
grounds keeper registration clerk combination.
Travel trailer with gas. water, and electricity. June.
July. August. 95 a week. Salter Path Family
Campground. P.O. Box 721. Morehead City. N.C. 285571.
Summer job Creative babysitter wanted for 2 and 6 yr
old. faculty family, from 30 May or 13 June to 5
August; SI 00 for 40-hr wk. Experience necessary;
early childhood education student perhaps. Creative
activities, transportation, supervision at swimming
pool, and some housekeeping expected. Near Est as
and Franklin intersection. Call 929-6607 after 5 PM.
Lost: the guy whose hat I have. You jumped off the
band-wagon too quick Saturday night. Call 933-7310. ;
Lost Man's eyeglasses. Brown oval plastic frames.'
Left in Union restroom one month ago. Need
desperately. Please return them. Reward offered. Call
Scott at.942-1 566.
Lost Monday night on Franklin Street: red and white '
key holder and set Of keys including car keys. Reward ?
offered. Contact Beth Parsons. 933-3478 Ehringhaus.
Lost: Man's gold signet ring in bathroom of Undergrad
Library. Reward offered. Call 933-8736.
Want an air conditioned room for the summer? Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority. 227 E. Rosemary Street, has
single and double rooms available for both sessions,
kitchen privileges are included. Call 968-9398.
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ROOMMATE WANTED: 1 5 May-mid-August, ft c.
pool, on bus line. Prsf mr fallow grad student. Call 929
1 627 after 6:30 p.m. weekdays.
PRESTWICK MUSIC announces new hours: Monday
through Friday 10:00-5:00. Used rock, iau. blues
albums, 45's sell, buy, trade. 105 N. Columbia,
(above Big Wally's). 929-7205.
Riders wanted to New York, leaving April 8th,
returning April 17th. Share gas, driving. Call Mark at
929-9233 after 7 p.m.
Stud, oops Spud, a happy birthday. F. you In your
dreams! Peace, love, and pink button-downs, love K.C.
Dear Ugly I adore your dopey face, your dump-truck
body, and want a gorilla all my life! Happy birthday!
VW wanted that requires repair, preferably engine
overhaul. 967-7414 evenings.
IT'S FASCINATING HOW MANY LOVELY COEDS ARE
ASSERTING THEIR RIGHTS BY BUILDING OMELETS
AT THE COLLEGE CAFE.
I need four tickets for the Yankees game. Will pay
plenty. Call 942-4325.
1NSTA-COPY. offset printing & quick copying while
you wait. 100 satisfaction guaranteed. Check our
fast service and low price on theses work. INSTA
COPY, corner of Franklin & Columbia (over the Zoom).
VW GOT THE TbLAHS? "Major tune-ups lO'tf'pEs
parts. Mufflers S47.50 installed. Clutches, brakes,
valve jobs, rebuilds. Tel. The Bug Ha us evenings et
967-7414 for appointment.
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of telephones and accessories. Choice of eleven
beautiful colors. 108 Henderson St. Above the
Record Bar. 942-7959.
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