1 ' Thi Dtify Ttr Ht9l Tutiday. April 26.
rtee srtnouncomonts must be turned in to the box
w"on- T 1O0 p m. they am to run the next day. Each item
A netting of the Society of Janus will be
keld at 7 JO p.m. in Room 217 of the
Carolina Union. New officers will be elected.
Delta Slsmi PI will meet at 8 p.m. in
Room T-l Carroll Hall to elect new officers.
The UNC Rccrtstlon Society will hold a
very important meeting at 3:30 p.m. in
Room 206 of the Carolina Union. Officers
wiU be elected for the coming year.
The Ccrnpus Governing Council will
bold its last meeting of the semester at 9
p.m. AO members are urged to attend.
The UNC Sailing Club will hold its last
meeting at 6:30 p.m. in Room 205 of the
Carolina Union. Plans for next fall will be
There will be a meeting of the
Undergraduate History Association at
7:30 p.m. in Room 423 Hamilton Hall. Plans
will be made for next fall.
The Campus Contraceptive Clinic will
meet at 7 p.m. in Room 23 1 of the Public
Health Building. Both men and women are
Lee Fleming of the Jack Eckerd
Foundation will hold interviews for camp
counselors from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
Career Planning and Placement Office.
Interested students may apply for full-time
careers counseling emotionally-disturbed
children in wilderness settings.
There will be an Outing Club pot luck
dinner at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 27, in
the Forest Theater followed by the last
meeting of the semester at 7 p.m. Rain
location: Room 207 of the Carolina Union.
The American Medical College
Application Service packets have arrived
in the Predental Premedical Advising Office
in Room 311 South Building and Room 101
Nash. Pick up your packet and bring it to the
work session at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 27,
in Room 107 Berryhill Hall.
The Carolina Readers will present To
Kill a Mockingbird at 8 p.m. Wednesday,
April 27, in Room 103 Bingham Hall. The
public is cordially invited to this free show.
$50 In prizes! The last meet of Carolina
Godiva's Athletic Attic Track Series will be
held Wednesday, April 27. Registration
begins at 5:45 p.m. Competition includes 100
yard, 440, Mile, 2 mile, shot put and high
jump. Call 933-1013 for further details.
The Department of Chemistry
Colloquium presents Professor Jay Kochi
of Indiana University at 1 1 a.m. Wednesday,
April 27, in Room 308 Venable Hall.
1978 Carolina Symposium
to choose topic, directors
The topic and director of the 1978
Carolina Symposium will be chosen
Thursday and Friday by a special student
faculty panel Any student with a topic
proposal should contact Dean of Student
Affairs Donald Boulton at 933-5597 by
Proposals should include topic
explanations, participant and program
possibilities, and estimations of funding
sources and levels. They should be ready for
presentation by Thursday.
Gay group's appeal rejected
WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Supreme
Court Monday rejected a claim by a
homosexual organization that a student
newspaper at Mississippi State University
was constitutionally required to print its
advertisement for gay counseling services.
The justices, in a brief order without
comment, let stand a 3-1 decision by the 5th
U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New
Orleans holding that the student editor had a
constitutional right to reject the ad,
especially since sodomy is illegal in the state.
The Mississippi Gay Alliance and its
president, Anne Debary, offered a paid ad
for publication in The Reflector" in August,
For information, please send to
outside the DTH offices in the
will run it least twice.
Items of Interest
. The topic and director(s) of the 1978
Carolina Symposium will be chosen
Thursday and Friday, April 28-29. Any
student with a topic proposal should contact
Dean of Student Affairs Donald Boulton at
933-5597 by Wednesday, April 27. Proposals
should include topic explanations,
participant and program possibilities,
estimations of funding sources and levels
and should be ready for presentation by
Thursday April 28.
Go home this summer a Skydiverl The
UNC Parachute Club will be holding its last
class at 6:30 p.m. Monday through
Thursday, April 25-28, in Room 303 of
Woollen Gym. Your first jump will be made
that weekend. Experience the ultimate high
for only $35.
The Graduate Management
Admission Test will be given on June 17 in
Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Durham,
Greensboro, Greenville and Winston-Salem.
This can be used for admission for the fall of
1978. Pick up applications in Nash Hall.
The LSAT (Law School Admission Test)
will be given on July 23 in Chapel Hill,
Charlotte, Fayetteville, Raleigh and
Winston-Salem. This is good timing for
admission in fall 1978. Applications are
available in Nash Hall. The next test will be
given in October.
American Association of Dental
Schools Application Service request
cards should arrive in the
Predental Premedical Office in Room 311
South Building or Room 101 Nash Hall after
May 5. Packets will be sent after June 1 to
those requesting them.
Travel and Discovery, an exhibit by the
Rare Book Room, features rare books,
manuscripts and maps. The exhibit will run
through May 2 in the Rotunda of the
Applications for committee chairpersons
of the International and Appalachian
Handicrafts Bazaar are still available. They
may be obtained at the YM-YWCA office
and must be returned by Thursday, April 28.
Preregistration for all currently enrolled
students in the Evening College is taking
place in Room 214 Abernethy Hall until
May 6. Undergraduate applications for fall
semester must be turned in by July 14 and
graduate applications by August 5.
Girls interested in signing up for Fall
Rush should sign up from 1 to 5 p.m. until
Friday, April 29, in the Panhellenic Office in
the Carolina Union.
The absolutely last chance to subscribe to
the 1977 Yackety Yack is here. Tables are
set up from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Union and
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Y-court until
Thursday, April 28. Cost is only $10.
The Carolina Symposium is a biennial
event that alternates with the Fine Arts
Festival, which was held this year. It
investigates through distinguished speakers,
panel discussions and exhibitions, topics of
interest to the University community and the
The symposium draws on local as well as
national resources in planning programs.
Various student groups, Student
Government, the University Administration
and other sources contribute to the program.
1973. Editor Bill Goudelock refused to print
either the aid or a subsequent nonpaid
The alliance and Debary sued Goudelock,
the newspaper's faculty adviser and
university officials. They claimed the
newspaper was state-supported and refusal
to publish the ad was an infringement by the
state of First Amendment free speech rights.
In rejecting the contnetion, the lower
court noted that the newspaper is financially
supported by student activities fees and that
Goudelock was selected editor by the
students, not the univerisiy.
If you have recently considered
making Israel your home or if the
idea has been germinating in the
back of your mind, contact the
Israel Aliyah Center. Learn about
special benefits available to new
immigrants, as well as facts about
employment, professional .
retraining, education, housing,
etc. Ask about financial
assistance and special material
designed for students. If you are
interested in Israel, Israel is
interested in you.
Israel Aliyah Center
515 Park Ave.
New York, N.Y.I 0022
the above address.
Student tutors help local school
BY MIKE WADE
Editor's note: The following is the
second of two stories dealing with
community programs sponsored by the
Children in Chapel Hill area
elementary and junior high schools who
have problems with math, reading and
other subjects can get help from UNC
students through a tutoring program
sponsored by the UNC YM-YWCA.
Approximately 80 UNC student
volunteers have been visiting the schools
this year to work with students in the
first through ninth grades, usually on a
one-to-one basis. Most of the tutoring is
done during the regular school day,
although a small group of volunteers
also tutor children after school. The
program is operated through the
schools guidance departments.
Thomas Mayo, Sharon Palsha and
Betsy Blackwell direct the program.
Emphasizes student participation
Women 's broadcasting club alters name
College Women in Broadcasting has
changed its name to College Students in
Broadcasting (CSB) in compliance with
a request from its national parent
organization, American Women in
Radio and Television.
"They (the national organization)
decided to change the name because a
lot of chapters were having trouble with
discrimination in their bylaws," said
Karen Oates, president of the UNC
Oates said that the UNC chapter
changed its bylaws last year to comply
with antidiscriminatory regulations. "It
was just a matter of changing our name.
Swiss police bust bankers
in $1 00 million scandal
ZURICH, Switzerland (UPI) Swiss
police arrested three bankers Monday on
suspicion of illegally investing trust funds in
Italian companies and losing nearly $100
million in one of the biggest banking
scandals in the nation's history.
The three men, who ran the Credit Bank's
branch at Chiasso on the Swiss-Italian
border, were placed in investigative custody
by the chief regional public prosecutor.
The Credit Bank is Switzerland's third
largest commercial bank, and the estimated
loss would be one of the highest ever by a
Swiss bank, topping that of $92 million by
the Lugano branch of Lloyds Bank two years
ago; ' ' -' ' ;-" ' '
The bank's headquarters in Zurich said,
The criminal practices of the management
of the Chiasso branch" included "the issue of
nonregistered guarantees for misdirected
trust account funds."
It said the funds, which were not shown on
the books, were channeled to the Texon
Financial Company in Vaduz,
Liechtenstein, which allegedly used the
money to buy interest in three Italian
companies Winefood, Albarella-Mare and
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Volunteers tutor in all subject areas, but
most problems are in the areas of math
and reading, Blackwell said.
Blackwell said the tutoring itself is
only a small part of the program's value
for the children. "The most important
thing (for the students) is the personal
contact feeling that somebody really
cares about them, and feeling that
someone is concerned," she said.
Blackwell said a student who needs a
Recreation area open for
By TOM W ATKINS
Memberships for the new camping season
are now being accepted for a recreation area
operated by the University at Kerr Lake.
The UNC Kerr Lake Recreation
Association is offering membership in the
230-acre Kerr Lake Recreation Area to
faculty, staff and full-time students of UNC
and employees of North Carolina Memorial
"We do want male members," Oates
said. "We've had some very active male
members this year, but there's sort of a
stigma attached to a person who joins
what is known as a women's group.
"We want to stress that it is a media
organization for everyone," Oates said.
CSB has two workshop committees
that give members experience handling
and operating radio and video
equipment. The organization sponsored
a . job panel in March with
representatives from WRAL, WPTF
and WSOC. "They came in to talk about
job opportunities and how to get into
the industry," Oates said.
Based on statements issued by the bank, it
appears the' Chiasso managers began using
bank letterheads about three years ago to
conduct their transactions, which were not
entered onto the books. The allegedly illegal
investments increased as losses piled up.
Banking sources said the money
originated from large Italian investors with
trust accounts at the Chiasso branch.
In an apparent move to reassure
customers, the Credit Bank pointed out its
"undisclosed reserves and provisions
substantially exceed even the maximum
potential loss" and noted its profits had
climbed recently. - .
Bank officials also said that while they
were not obliged to make good the loss they
would do so in order to maintain our
The Swiss prosecutor identified the
suspects were Ernst Kuhrmeier, Claudio
Laffranchi and Meinrad Perler.
In cases of mismanagement of funds,
violators can be charged with disloyal
management, an extremely serious charge in
Switzerland where banking secrecy is
VISTA, Volunteers in Service to
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bail bonds, group counseling,
welfare, housing, etc.
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tutor is supposed to ask for rather than
automatically being assigned a
Blackwell said "frustrating" is the best
one-word description of the volunteers'
tutoring experiences. Tangible progress
is slow and. often difficult to discern in
the children, she said.
The most common method for
tutoring students who have academic
problems, especially at the junior-high
Hospital and the UNC General
The recreation area is located north of
Henderson, approximately 65 miles
northeast of Chapel Hill. The facility
features approximately 50 campsites, two
large picnic shelters, boat sheds, a concrete
boat-launching ramp and a boat dock.
"This is a particularly attractive area, well
suited for family camping, swimming,
fishing, boating and water skiing," said
CSB also sponsored the Federal
broadcast license tests administered on
campus. It conducted workshops and
distributed study materials before the
. CSB is funded by membership dues
and some monies from its parent
organization. It receives no money from
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GREENSBORO, N.C. 255
HONDA CB-500 four cyl. 1972. Excellent cond.
Ounlop K-81's, Hooker 4-into-2 exhaust, luggage rack
with backrast. 850. 929-5750 weekends and after
If you called laat waak, plaasa call ma back because my
REFRIGERATOR is FOR SALE again. 5 faat tall. 450.
Call Bobbie at 933-6082.
Photos of Roches Farm Party, 8x10. Good shots of
mud fight. If interested call 1-755-1912 ask f or J immie
Refrigerator. Soars Coldspot 5 cubic foot. Excellent
condition, 95. Call 933-2821.
Wanted to buy: reasonably priced dorm-size,
refrigerator. Call Laurie - 933-4559 or Fabra 933-4609. -
Gordon Setters for sale - beautiful black and tan .
setters, unusual in this area, excellent sporting doga '
and family pets, extremely low prices. Call 942-2921
or 732-8137 during day.
Motobecane Mobylette 50 cc. 100 mpg, no license, no
insurance, no helmet required. Excellent condition.
350. 942-4491 around 6 p.m.
Mobile Home for sale. 12 x 50 2 BR furnished two AC.
Priced to sell quick at 2795.00. Available May 10. 942-2017.929-3624.
Mobile homes for rent. Extra nice 2 BR 1 2 x 66 Central Air 7
fully carpeted 1 60. 2 BR furnished A.C. cheep at $96. No
pets. 942-2017 929-3542. Available May 10.
Do you need a room for the summer? Kappa Psi fraternity is
renting rooms for both summer sessions. Call 968-901 0 or
968-9390. Ask for the House Manager.
I need two atudioua males to share a partially
furnished two bedroom CAROLINA APARTMENT for
the summer. POOL 8i AIR CONDITIONING. Den. Living
Room. Kitchen. Price negotiable. Call 933-2546. 933-2555,933-2556.
Franco American family, two nice boys 6 and 3, offers
free room board in town to quiet reliable student in
exchange for housekeeping, babysitting. Call 942
2421. WE NEED A ROOMMATE FOR SUMMER Private,
furnished bedroom in apartment on bua route two
miles from campus. Pool, tennis, air. 487 per month.
Male non-smoker, 929-3728. Keep trying!
Phi Delta Chi has rooms for summer school; for both
males and females. 495 par aession, air conditioning,
etc. Cell 968-9118.
Needed: two or three easy-going roommates to rent
three bedroom house for summer. S50month.
Utilities included. Convenient to campus and hospital.
COMFORTABLY FURNISHED 2-Bedroom Townhouse
in The Viliagea. Pool, clubhouse. Both sessions
summer school. S 175 month (wall below coat). Call
Female roommate wanted to share three bedroom
Bolinwood apt. with three students for summer
and or fall. Call 967-2968. Keep trying.
Sublet trailer May 10-July 31. Option to renew leaee.
Three bedrooms, AC, washer. 4110 per month. 942
6301 or 942-5222.
Summer sublet - 3 bedroom apt- Townhouse Apta. May
16-Aug. 15, S200month. Within walking distance to
campus. Call 928-8327.
For sublet this summer: two bedroom apt. approx. 1
mile from campus. Central air, 4200 month (includes
utilities). Call 933-3450 after 7:00.
Visiting professor and wife wish to housesit June 1
August 1 5. Will rent or sublease furnished house or
apt. Write P.O. Box 464, MTSU, Murfreesboro. Term.
Summer rooms, short weMc to campus, S6S per
session. Call Delta Tau Delta, ask for Brian or Jay 968
9063. Low coat flights to Europe from 6259. larael from
4469. plus Africa and the Far East. Call Toll Free
Europe Inf I. Ltd. (800) 223-7676.
level, is a return to basics. Volunteers
also learn teacmng mcmoas in
yorksh,ops.in which they share teaching
The tutoring program was started in
the early '60s by the YM-YWCA and
concerned, area parents. High schools
have participated in the program in the
past but were dropped because the high
school students didn't benefit as much
from the program.
Fjederic Wi Schroeder Jr., associate dean of
student affairs and chairperson of the Kerr
Lake Committee,, the administrative board
- The ; association was formed in March
1947$ to help the recreation area become self
supporting.. -Faculty and staff members pay
$15 annually to join the association, and
students pay $5.
In addition, fees are charged according to
how much a member uses the area. A family
or student may pay an annual unlimited-use
fee of $25, an annual reserved-site fee of $85
for a specified site or a daily-use fee of $1 per
adult or $3 per family.
Adult guests must pay an additional daily
guest-use fee of $1 per adult or $3 per family,
or members may purchase an annual
unlimited-guest permit for $25.
UNC operates the facility under a 25-year
license from the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers. The association presently has 101
faculty and staff members and 26 student
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BIRTHCHOICE Pro life Pregnancy Counseling 92
3030. Monday through Friday 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
TAKING THE' LSAT in Jury? LSAT Review Weekend st
The Hilton Inn, 1707 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, N.C.
July 9 aV 10. Call Law Board Review Center, collect
(914) 623-4029 or (914) 234-3702. 485. Special group
rates for 5 or more.
Boxing! Persona interested in joining a UNC Boxing
Club next fall please contact Kevin 942-4916. Show
I am a woman writer with a contract to do a first
parson, documentary book on incest. I am looking for
others with actual or near-actual incest experience.
Anonymity guaranteed. I'd also like to hear from
fathers and daughters who feel they have (or had) an
ideate father-daughter relationship. Write: Louise
Armstrong. 19 Bethune St., N.Y, N.Y. 10014.
Wilderness Sport Photo Contest 44500 worth of
N ikon gear &t an adventure trip for winners! For rules &
entry form write: Mariah Magazine, Rm. D2, 3401 W.
Division. Chicago, IL 60651.
Wanted: Good home for my beautiful calico cat for the
summer (5-1 5 to 8-8). Will pay food and other expenses
plus 425. Call 942-7774.
MOVING?? We're Truckin' Movers and we can do any
moving Job for 25 to 50 lata than any other moving
company. Call 942-7500 between 4 and 8 p.m. for
BAY MEADOWS CAMP-"a complete recreational dey
camp for boys and girls." Offering instruction in swimming,
sailing, canoeing . horseback riding, archery and many other
sports and activities. Sessions starting Mon. June 21 st. For
further information call 942-6618 or write Bay Meadows
Camp, Route 6. Box 147B, Chapel Hill.
Lost: A set of keys on a safety pin on Wednesday
between Davie, Smith and Undergred. Please call 933
7310. REWARD for anyone knowing whereabouts of a gold
Seiko wriatwatch lost at BiU Roach's party Sunday
afternoon across from the Governor's Inn. Jeff Nation.
4100 reward for return of two female Siamese cats.
Lost 420 at South Square. No questions aakad. Call
383-8853. Keep trying, please.
Yndir,,"!U,t Ch,l,J 1 "" of Kodak 'Pocket
Color Film-exposed thru no. 7. Theaa are obviously
someone wonderful memories, so call 833-5224 for
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