2 Thi Daily Ttr Heel Wednesday, September 7, 1977
Complied by Jodi Bishop
Public esrvio nnouncemsnt mutt bt turned In to th ton outside th DTH office In th
Union by 1 0O pm. It thy irt to run th next day Each Item will run it 11 twice.
There will be an informational meeting at the Y
for all persons interested in working with the YM
YWCA 1977 International Handicraft Bazaar
at 7:30 p.m.
Collage 8tudnta In Broadcaitlng (CSB)
will start off its activities this year with a fun-and-a-Iittle-businesi
picnic from 4 to 6 p.m. at the
Forest Theatre. CSB will provide hamburgers, hot
dogs and drinks. The public is asked to bring the
extras. All interested RTVMP and journalism
majors are invited to attend. Call 929-9487 for
The Aatoclatlon lor Woman Students is
having its first meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Music
C allery located upstairs in the Carolina Union. All
persons interested in learning about or joining
AWS are invited to attend.
There will be a Swim Team meeting for all
men and women interested in competing on this
year's squad at 4 p.m. in 204 Woollen Gym.
Organization, schedule, and program will be
discussed by Coach Comfort.
The MCAT-DAT Review Sstilon will be held
at 7 p.m. in 103 Berryhill Hall. The session will
cover general chemistry by Assoc. Prof. Lemburg.
The UNC Karate Club is having an
introductory meeting and film at 7 p.m. in Room
107 of the Carolina Union. All interested men and
women are invited.
Orientation meetings for Umttead
Psychiatric Hospital volunteers will be held at
7:30 p.m. in Room 213 of the Carolina Union
Wednesday and .Thursday, Sept. 7 and 8.
Volunteers should plan to attend one of these
The Hlllel Kosher Dell reopens at 6 p.m.
Cartoons and movies will be shown at 7:30. Hillel
is located at 210 W. Cameron Ave.
Old and new swimmers are asked to meet at 2
p.m. in front of Kenan Stadium for an important
session with Coach Houlihan.
The Delta Sigma PI professional business
fraternity will meet at 7 p.m. in RoomT-1 Carroll.
All members are urged to attend. If not able to
come please contact Chip Morgan at 929-4612.
There will be a faculty meeting for all members
of the Faculty ol the College of Arts and
Sciences at 4 p.m. in 100 Hamilton Hall.
The I.E. Team will have an organizational
meeting at 7 p.m. in Room 103 Bingham Hall. All
persons interested in speech are encouraged to
All persons men and women interested in
joining a tennis club are invited to attend the
meeting at 7 p.m. in Room 215 of the Carolina
Union. If interested but unable to attend please
leave your name with the Sports Club Council
There will be a meeting for all persons interested
in working in Gerry Cohen's campaign for the
Board of Aldermen at 8 p.m. in the South Gallery
Meeting Room of the Carolina Union. Voter
registration and organization will be discussed.
All students are welcome.
The Chapel Hill ECOS will hold its first
general meeting at 7:30 p.m. in Deep Jonah at the
Carolia Union. The featured speaker is Brian
Crutchfield of the National Center for
The N.C. Coastal Club will hold an
organizational meeting at 7:30 p.m on the Great
Hall balcony in the Carolina Union. Speakers,
field trips and other public actions will be
discussed. The public is invited to attend.
The UNC College Republicans will hold a
working meeting at 8 p.m. in Room 20S of the
Carolina Union. Everyone is welcome.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Club will
have a meeting at 7 p.m. in 308 Alumni Building.
There will be a discussion on artificial intelligence
in science fiction. All interested persons are
St. John's Metropolitan Community Church of
Raleigh will hold a Bible study at 8 p.m. Anyone
needing a ride or more information may call 929
8843. St. John's MCC is a predominantly gay
fellowship of Christians.
The UNC Bowling Club and UNC Bowling
Team are holding an organizational meeting at 3
p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, in Room 217 of the
Carolina Union. Everyone, men and women, is
The UNC Water Polo Club will hold an
organizational meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept.
8, in Room 209 of the Carolina Union. The
meeting will be short. Call 967-3149 for more
A Pep Rally for the Kentucky Game will be
held at 9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, in Boshamer
Stadium. THERE WILL BE FREE BEER!!
There will be a meeting of the undergraduate
Art History Association at 5 p.m. Thursday,
Sept. 8, in I IS Ackland. The meeting is open to
prospective majors and those interested in
organizing an art lecture series, etc.
The UNC Scuba Club will have an
introductory meeting and slide show at 7 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 8, in Room 304 Woollen Gym.
Dive trips will be planned. Anyone interested is
There will be an UNCCC Short Course
entitled "What is a computer?" at 3 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 8, in 228 Phillips Hall.
Anyone interested in working for The
Journalist, the UNC School of Journalism
publication, is asked to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday,
Increased campus thefts draw prevention tips
By ROBERT THOMASON
A total of 654 thefts on the UNC campus last year
cost students and the University $1 37,000, according to
Petty thefts from dormitories totaled 127. Also
reported were 333 petty thefts from other buildings and
130 petty thefts from automobiles, said Fred Giles,
crime prevention coordinator for the University police.
In addition, 13 grand thefts from dormitories, 44
from other buildings and seven from automobiles were
reported, Giles said. A gjrand ttWft revolves a larceny of
items worth more than $200.
The Chapel Hill Police Department reported an
increase in larcenies our the past two years. Last year,
215 larcenies were reported, compared to 164 larcenies
the previous year.
Although making a home or apartment 100 percent
burglar-proof is not possible, crime prevention officers
suggested the following techniques to deter and
Installing deadlock bolts with one-inch throats on
all exterior doors.
Installing locks that must be opened with a key
from the inside. This prevents a burglar, who has
gained access elsewhere, from taking large items out
Installing locks on windows.
Pinning windows with nails or dowels. The nail or
dowel extends through the window frame into the
window sill and makes it virtually impossible to raise
Securing sliding doors with double cylinder
deadlocks or with a broomstick placed in the doorway.
Posters like this one can be found in dorms all over
The University housing department does not allow
additional security measures such as these, however,
said Russell Perry, assistant housing director for
operations. All dormitory rooms are equipped with
one-inch bolt deadlocks, he said. Perry said he felt that
these locks could not be penetrated.
New locks are being installed in all North Campus
dorms at a cost of $32,000. "If someone does not feel
secure with the lock on his door, we will be glad to
change it," Perry sajd. . , .
Any structural additions to a room such as those
mentioned above eould result in damage penalties,
Most apartment complexes and realtors have no
objection to their tenants installing extra locks in their
apartments, however, a telephone survey revealed.
But some realtors require tenants to buy deadlock
bolts from the complex and then have the complex
maintenance department install them. Others allow the
tenant to buy and install his own. All complexes
require a key to be turned over to the main office.
Most realtors contacted require deadlocks to be left
in the door when the lease expires. Only one said the
tenant could take the deadlock with him when he
moved. Anyone wishing to make security additions to
his apartment should check with the management to
avoid lease conflicts. ...
In addition to physical additions to doors and
windows, other steps can be taken to prevent
burglaries. People should not only look after their own
possessions, but should look after others' possessions
also, Giles said.
Giles also mentioned Operation ID, a system by
which a property owner borrows engraving equipment
from a local authority and engraves his driver's license
number on the back of the property. An inventory of
engraved items is kept by the authority to facilitate
identification of the object should it be stolen and later
recovered. . . . .
OR COUPON Q
"rw ,eVK 1T
r i mt m utr m n
2 TACO or
A i.i awUAY IT".
0035 11:50-2: SO fcVIWY BAY
' ' jjj- un. m u uunirrrn
THE Daily Crossword by Dorothea E. Shipp
1 Lose effec
tiveness 5 Lead life
14 Rose's man
16 At any time
20 Large deer
34 Anc. Gr.
35 Horn sound
EJr. ka h a mTIc r. a cTk e r,
.ti 1 1 A I i I I 1 111 I
1 N IElT 0 1 ill 2 1 s
Shfj ?Ty oi iS
ham R 1 $ I
l f TI yTs y t. JT E M s
ryrts" w e. e. t r. o. nr rri
i. 2. jJ 12. " If. IE 2.2.3
A H oTr T TT T i . J. M, A 3
ilMl s I l a I t 3
6HI IT T L I E LJ S 1C 10 1 T C lH Q
43 Single time
44 Give the
45 Vane let
ters 46 Summer
47 Charts of
52 Eng. finan
cier 56 Cereal
57 - Browne
ponents 63 Inter -
65 Floor re
sponses 66 Sea bird
68 Ms. Myerson
1 Party fare
3 Chain part
8 Schools of
13 - Scott
31 Took notice
39 Made to
48 Menu item,
'- an ape
or an angel?"
58 Malt drinks
61 Anais -
1 iJ i3 u n5 f i7 p i5 n10 in i,z i'3
TC T5 75
T7 ir rr
jj wn u
zrp-pr r- 2T3T frjf
VI biltf Jit A jiTTafo
Co ST i!T
Go W u3
I i I I I I I i II I I
1 1 1 in
m lilies-,.. i .. l mmmm
Come in and see Margaret and Willie Mae They've been serving
UNC Students our famous homemade lemonade, orangeade and
old fashioned milk shakes and good food for a total of 38 years.
8 AM-6 PM
9 AM-6 PM
Pry goto 16
159 E. Franklin
For Prescriptions call 942-5161
Emergency Night 942-8623
Pick up the
Sept. 8, in the basement of Howell Hall.
The UNC Jugglers Association will meet at 3
p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, at the Old Well. Beginners
and non-jugglers who would like to learn are
The NorthCarolinaChapterof the Intervaralty
Christian Fellowship will have its first meeting at
7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, in the parlor of the
Chapel of the Cross Episcopal Church. Everyone
The Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. invites eveyone
to attend their annual rush, "Rushing to Delta" at
7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, in rooms 202-204 of the
Barry Gable and Friends will be performing
In Deep Jonah from 8 to 1 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept.
8. No cover charge. Free popcorn and
refreshments, but brina vour own beer and wine.
The Brothers of the Mu Zeta Chapter of
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity are inviting all
persons interested in Alpha to a fall smoker at 7
p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, in Upendo Lounge.
H inton James presents "The Abominable Dr.
Phlbea" at 8 and 10 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, in
James Rec Room. The film stars Vincent Price.
Admission is 30 cents.
Gymnastic tryouts will be held at 3:30 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 8, in the gymnastics area of
Woollen Gym. All interested persons should
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Volunteer tutors are needed for elementary
and junior high school students. Pick up an
application and information in Room 102 of the
to Work at
Meeting Sept. 6 & 7, 7 PM
209 Student Union
Umstead Psychiatric Hospital needs
student volunteers (or the fall
semester. Anv interested student mav
pick up an application In Room 102 of
the Y-Bullding. Orientation meetings
will be held on Sept. 7 and 8 at 7:30PM
in Room 213 of the Carolina Union.
Volunteers should plan to attend one
of these meetings.
ORIGINAL JEWELRY by local craftsman.
Recast old gold. Custom and repair work
welcome. LYSANDER'S JEWELRY, 105 North
Columbia above Wally's. 10:30-5:30 Tues.-Fri.,
Sat. 11-3. 929-6852.
K&L SOUND SERVICES official campus
representative Paul Kemp. Sell over 120 brands of
stereo equipment, TV's, CB's, car stereos at low
discount prices. Call 933-8813.
NEED TO SELL two Carolina vs. Kentucky
tickets. Seats are together. Call evenings. 929-6286
WANTED: SITTER with car 1 or 2 afternoons
weekly 2:30-5:30. You can earn $'s and study. Call
HELP WANTED Waitress, part-time & full
time. Start immediately. Mostly nights. 929
0280 NEED EXTRA MONEY? Work 3 to 5 days per
week, hours negotiable. Call Roy Roger's Family
Restaurant, 942-8620 between 2 and 4 PM any
DEPENDABLE PERSON NEEDED to keep six
and seven year olds. 3 until 5:30 M-F. Need own
transportation or bus. Call 929-2893 or 942-8057.
I AM LOOKING for two students with a pickup or
van to do part time piece work installation for
Insulation Company. Reply DTH Bos A.
WAITED people to do phone work. Day &
evening shifts available. Good pay. No
experience needed. We train. Apply in
person 201 N. Roxboro St. (downtown area.)
Northwestern Bank Bldg. Suite 200,
Durham, N.C. 9:00 AJvI. til 8:00 PM. Mon
Sat. NEEDED: men and women for light city
delivery work. Full & part time openings.
Excellent income. Day and evening
openings. Apply in person 201 N. Roxboro
St. (downtown area) Northwestern Bank
Bldg. Suite 200, Durham, N.C. 9:00 A.M. tU
8:00 PJM. Mon-Sat.
Weekends and nights from 5 pm to 2 am
1. Experience working with people
2. Good organizer
3. Appearance appropriate for food service
4. Willing to wear uniform
5. Previous food preparation experience
1. Start at $135 wk. with increases according
2. Group insurance plan available
3. Chance for promotion
4. Food on job
5. Good folks to work for
Apply in person between 12 noon-5 pm
300 W. Rosemary St.
DO YOU ENJOY
Weekends and nights from 5 pm to 2 am. Part
time too. We need waiter-waitress oriented
pizza delivery people.
1. Valid N.C. Driver's license
2. positive attitude about serving people
3. able to follow rules
4. appearance appropriate for food service
5. able to carry 15 lb. oven 100 yds. 30 times a
6. willing to wear uniform
7. able and willing to be courteous and work
for a tip
8. previous food service experience desirable
9. knowledge of Chapel Hill streets, UNC
campus and housing
1. schedule flexible to students
2. start $2hr. plus tips to $2.50hr.
3. chance for promotion
4. food on job
5. good folks to work for
6. IF DRIVING OWN CAR, liberal compensa
tion for mileage
Apply in person between 12 noon-5 pm
300 W. Rosemary Street
Weekends and nights from 5 pm to 2 am.
Flexible part time also available.
1. Previous pizza experience desirable
2. Positive attitude about serving people
3. Able to follow rules
4. Appearance appropriate for food service
5. Willing to wear uniform
1. Flexible schedule for students
2. Start at $230hr. with raises according to
3. Chance for promotion
4. Food on job
5. Good folks to work for
Apply 'm person between 12 noon-5 pm
300 W. Rosemary St.
VW PARTS & machine service for Do-it-yourselfers
at lowest prices. The Bug Haus
967-7414 evenings for information.
VW GOT THE BLAHS? Tune-ups $1250
plus parts. Mufflers, clutches, shocks,
brakes, valves, rebuilds. The Bug Haus
guarantees parts & labor. 967-7414 evenings
LOST RUSSIAN made 35 mm camera, black
leather case. Left on bench near Planetarium. If
found take to campus police.
STUDENTS WELCOME Binkley Baptist
Church, S.E. corner of University Mall. Rides
available from Student Union (Raleigh Rd.
entrance) and Chase Cafeteria each Sunday, 9:20
for Church School (College Class) and 10:30 for
Morning Worship at 11:00. Dress optional - we
know Jesus never had a tie. q
Roommates Wanted 1
ROOMMATE NEEDED: Bedroom in Carrboro
cottage, $70 mo. plus utilities. Cbse to bus route
Call 967-3361. Keep trying.
fill iiis i" amis in ii
ART BORO The best place in town to buy your
artist's materials. At very competitive prices. In
sunny downtown Carrboro. The Studio Art
Supplies, 150 East Main Street. 929-6553
XEROX COPIES just 5 per copy. Available
at the Daily Tar Heel, first floor, Carolina
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS.
Thousands on file. AD academic subjects. Send
$1.00 for mail order catalog. Box 25918-Z, Los
Angeles, Calif. 90025. (213)477 8474. ' "
INSTA-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). 929-2147.
Yhs Dally Tar HmI It puWtahsd by th DsHy Tsr Hmi
Board ol Director ol Hi UnlvtrHty ol North Csrollns
dally Monday through Friday durlnfl tho regular
scadmile yaar opt during turn parted, vacation
and wmmar aatakma. Th following data ara to b only
Saturday Imum: Spt. IT, Oct 1, S, 22, No. S. Iha
Summer Tar HmI I pubUthod wMkly on Thurdy dur
ing aummar union.
Offlon art at th Frank Porter Graham Stuctent Unten
BuMIng, Unhmtty ol North Carolina, Chapal HW, N.C.
27514. Ttephon numbor: Nw, Sport - SJJ-024S,
(33-024S, S33-0372; Buuwt, Circulation, Adwrntlng
Subscription rateTby third clMmH, $12.10 pf
tenwtter, tS.OO aumnwr only. M.OO par yar, by Id
ctea maH, $30.00 par tanMtter, 15.00 ummr only,
$63.00 par yar.
The Campu Governing Council than ha power to
determin th Student Adlvnte Fe and to appropriate
al revenue derived horn the Student Acttvltte Fee
(1.1.14 ol the Student Conttnutton). Th Dairy Tar Heel
kt a ttudenl organization.
Th Dally Tar Heel reaervee the right to regulate the
typographical tone ol aH edvertlaement and to revlee or
him away copy N consider obtecttonabl.
The Dally Tar Heel will not con aider edktftment or pay
ment tor any typographical error or erroneoua Insertion
unktte notice tat given to the Buatoen Manager within (1 )
one day after the advertleement appear, within (1) one
day ol receiving the tear sheets or subscription ol the
paper. The Daily Tar Heel wis not be reaponstbl tor
store than one incorrect Inaertten ol an advertisement
scheduled to run severs) limes. Notice tor such correc
tion mutt be given bet ore the neit Insertion.
Vama Taylor, Buelnot Manager
Dan Count, (ale Manager
Blair KleHech, Advertising Manager