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Umln i!"' ,nnoun(!'lnen must be turned in to the Box outside the DTH office in the
" Dy 1 00 P m they are to run the next day Each Item will run it least twice.
program will be held t 5 30 p.m. at .he home of C. L Sockwell.
Richard R .ch.rdson chairman of the political science department
will apeak on How emocr.tic is America' For more informa
tion drop by Room 102 of the Y Building
A rie. of tntdlUtton. for begmmng and expenenced
meditator, will be held at 7: 30 p.m. at the Newman Center! ibrary
Topic, include color, relaxation, hope, guidance and other
meditation.. Thia lenei u not in any way associated with the
Transcendental Meditation program. There it no charge but a
donation to the Newman Center would be appreciated For more
information call 929-4526.
Fred Coekertiam, legendary master of the fiddle and fretless
banjo, will be appearing for .ome old-time mountain music at 8 30
p.m. in the back room of the Ranch House. With him will be
Michael Fishback and Friends. There will be lots of beer
The Debs of the Omega Psl Ptil Fraternity will hold a "jam"
from 9 til 12 a.m. in the James recreation room. Admission is free
The brothers of the Omega Psl Phi Fraternity are having a
Block Show at 4:30 p m. in the Great Hall Everyone is invited.
Rainbow Soccer's fall season registration will be held from 10
a m. till noon on Saturday, Sept. 10. and Saturday. Sept. 17, at
Muirhead Soccer Stadium. The Muithead field is located on
Cleland Road off the 15-501 Bypass inGlenl.ennox. Also planned
are coaching and refereeing clinics which will begin at 1 1 a.m. dur
ing registration. Rainbow is a recreation soccer league open to all
people of any age. sex or skill, so come and share in the fun and ex
citement. The Black Ink staff will have a picnic to celebrate its 10th an
niversary at 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 18, at the Forest Theatre. The
public is invited to pack a picnic lunch and join the stall in some
game, and other activities.
There will be a Lo end Bagels Brunch at 1 1 a.m. Sunday.
Sept. II. at the Hillel House, 210 West Cameron St. Everyone is
There will be a Ol-Phl open house for all interested students
from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 1 1, at 400 New East Hall.
St. John't Metropolitan Community Church will hold
joins dam fight
DURHAM (UPI) - The Durham City
Council has voted to join efforts to stop
creation of the B. Everett Jordan Reservoir.
The Council voted Wednesday to join
neighboring Chapel Hill in an appeal of a
Federal Court ruling allowing the Army
Corps of Engineers to begin filling in the
The dam for the reservoir is already built,
but opponents of the reservoir had
succeeded in keeping the gates open until a
Federal Court ruling last month that the
gates could be closed.
Durham officials said they opposed the
ruling because it requires the city to improve
treatment of sewage effluent dumped into
New Hope Creek, one of two streams which
feeds the reservoir.
worship services at J p m. Sunday. September 1 1, in the sanctuary
of the MCC on the corner of Dixie and wade Avenue (1-401 in
Raleigh. Holv Communion will be celebrated immediately after the
service. All are welcome. For more information or transportation.
Graduate end profess lonal students are invited to a free swim
party at 2 p.m. Saturday. Sept. 10. at Sugar l ake Free beverage..
To locate Sugar Lake, go south on 15-501 nine miles from Chapel
H ill. Turn left at the Ma?o!a sign and continue to the Sugar Lake
sign on the right.
The Chapel Hill Soccer Club will play the Duke SoccerClub at
6 pm. Sunday. Sept. II, on theUNCAslrolurf. Admission i. free.
The mid-campus chapter of the Inter-Virslty Christian
Fellowship will meet at 8 p.m. Sunday. Sept. 1 1, in the fourth
floor lounge of Dey Hall. Jim Abrahamson. pastor of Chapel Hill
Bible Church, will speak on "Being the Body of Christ." All in
terested persons are invited.
The Undergraduate History Association will meet st 7:30
p m. Monday. Sept. 12. in 403 Hamilton Hall. Plans for the
Faculty-Student Tea will be discussed All old and new member,
are urged to attend.
"Finding Jobs: Facts end Fallacies" is the subject of a discu.
sion by Patt Grandstafr at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Sept. 12. at A
Woman's Place. 1 10 Henderaon Street. The talk will focu. on
writing of resume., conventional methods of job-.eeking and alter
native approaches. A clinic to con.ider individual problem, will
follow the talk.
The UNC Volleyball Club will have tryout. at 7 p.m. Monday.
Sept. 12,, and Wednesday, Sept. 14. in Women-. Gym. Men and
women are invited to learn and play power volleyball.
All students interested in participating in the VM-YWCA Blg-BrotherBlg-Sleter
program are asked to meet at 7 p.m. Monday
Sept. 12, at the Campus Y. The program's objective, and activities
will be discussed.
The Psi Delta Chapter of the Omega Psl Phi Fraternity, Inc.
will be sponsoring its Fall Smoker at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Sept. 12,
in Room 202-204 of the Carolina V nion. All interested young men
are invited. Special invitation, are extended to potential pledge..
All persons interested in joining the UNC Chapter ol the
Society ol Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi. are in
vited to attend a meeting at 8 p m". M onday, Sept. 1 2, in 203 Howell
Hall. Current members should come at 8:30 p.m. to discuss plan,
for the. year,
I he Department of Political Science presents The Missiles ol
October," a Him of the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis at 7:30 p m
Monday. Sept. 12. in Carroll Hall Auditorium. Admission it Iret
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Student, interested in working as prose or poetry readers for the
' Cu" Do0' "aft may pick up applications at the Carolina Union
information desk or the Cellar Omit office in Room 205 of the YM
YWCA. The Graduate and Pro tees lonal Student Federation wishes
to announce that applications are now being accepted for Graduate
Students' Honor Court. II you wish to be considered, please call
933-5675 between 10 a.m. and 2 pm.
Persons interested in working on the UNC Sports Club Coun
cil should call 933-101) and leave their name., iddrtiKt and
A few opening, remain for volunteer work at N.C. Memorial
Hospital this semester. Please come to the Volunteer office, first
floor Main Hospital to preregister.
Anyone interested in working with Young Lite during the com
ing year is invited to a leadenhip meeting Sunday. Sept. 1 1, alt
p.m. at the Patton.. If you need direction, or a ride call John Austin
The application deadline to work for the Human Sexuality In
formation and Counseling Service ha. been extended to Sept. 9.
Applications are available a; the Carolina Union information desk.
Application, for the N.C. Fellows are due by noon Monday.
Sept. 12. Please note that the Fellow.- office ha. been relocated in
JO I Steele Building.
A swim party sponsored by the Graduate
and Professional Student Federation
(GPSF) will be held 2 p.m. Saturday at
Admission is free to all graduate and
professional students with IDs. GPSF will
To get to Sugar Lake, go south on U .S. 1 5
501 for nine miles. Turn left at the Mazola
sign. Turn right approximately three miles
down this road at the Sugar Lake sign.
CHAPEL HILL BIBLE CHURCH
Sunday Worship Services
9:00 A.M. and 10:30 A.M.
A Teaching Fellowship Dedicated To
Making Disciples of Jesus Christ
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store . . . it's outrageously rich
and a special treat to eat in the atmosphere
of turn-of-the-century San Francisco . . .
the warm oak paneling and Tiffany shades of the
days of phosphates over ice and tingling
sarsaparilla . . . now in Chapel Hill
right on Franklin Street, only a few
feet from Granville Towers and the campus.
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"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?
Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25
Our articles have suggested a "Special Message" (or those
much concerned about doing away with the Death Penalty
and Capital Punishment. Warning to beware of breaking a
vow to G od, or manl Then told of the record In G od'a B ook of
Life of seven men hung at one time 2nd Samuel, Chapter
21. Permission for these death penalties were granted by
King David, The Man After God's Heart!
Nearly 500 years before, that Great Man of God, Joshua,
and the princes of Israel, made a treaty and vow to a trlde of
pagan peoples called Glbeonltes - Joshua Chapter 9 to
let them live and not destroy. God s orders were to destroy
them, but they fooled, deceived and caused even as good
and as great a man as Joshua and Princes of Israel to Believe
A Lie!" About 500 years later King Saul broke this vow, and
God moved David to permit seven of Saul's descendants to
be hung to make atonement!
(Concerning that Great and Good Man, Joshua: He, It was
that In a great Battle "COMMANDED THE SUN TO STAND
STILL!" "AND THE SUN STOOD STILL IN THE HEAVENS
ABOUT ONE DAY!" It Is this writer's understanding that our
today's Scientists figures went "haywire" on one occasion
and were never able to get them straightened out until they
took Into consideration this day the Sun Stood Still as told In
Joshua 10:12; PLUS THE WORK OF 'THE FINGER OF GOD
RECORDED IN ISAIAH 3&B. IN THE GOSPEL OF JOHN,
JESUS SAID: "AND THE. .SCRIPTURE CANNOT BE
BROKEN!" CHAPTER 15:35.)
Quoting Genesis 9:5,6: "AND SURELY YOUR BLOOD OF
YOUR LIVES WILL I REQUIRE; AT THE HAND OF EVERY
BEAST WILL I REQUIRE IT, AND AT THE HAND OF MAN;
AT THE HAND OF EVERY MAN'S BROTHER WILL I RE
QUIRE THE LIFE OF MAN, WHOSO SHEDDETH MAN'S
BLOOD, BY MAN SHALL HIS BLOOD BE SHED: FOR IN
THE IMAGE OF GOD MADE HE MAN." Back in the days
when execution of criminals was by public hanging It Is said
they were very popular attractions. O ne writer says that often
12 or 15 thousand attended. If these thousands saw one
hanged In fulfillment of Genesis 9:5,6, they taw the Word and
Will of God executed!
This Is being written Wednesday, July 18th. Big headlines
In the morning paper "4 get Life In Slaying! DO WE
SEE THE WORD AND WILL OF GOD HONORED? OR, DO
WE SEE SOMETHING ELSE? THE BOOK OF
REVELATIONS TELLS OF THOSE "REWARDED AC
CORDING TO THEIR WORKS!" MAYBE A THOUSAND
SAW GOD'S WILL AND WORD HONORED ATTHE PUBLIC
HANGING. ESTIMATE HOW MANY WILL SEE THE
RECORD WE SEE TODAY IN OUR PAPERS!
In Psalm 138:2 It Is said of God: "FOR THOU HAST
MAGNIFIED THY WORD ABOVE ALL THY NAME." How
have we magnified our word, our vows made In His Name,
maybe In His House, maybe with one hand raised towards
heaven and the other placed on Hit Book, The Bible? How
have you magnified your word Church Member, Preacher,
Citizen, Lawyer, Policeman, Sheriff, Judge, Legislator,
Senators, Governors, Presidents, All Men! Hat lapse of time,
change of customs, change In your beliefs justified a "breach
of promise," of voiding a vow made to God, or manl "BE
SURE YOUR SIN WILL FIND YOU OUT," was tpoken to
those who made a vow In case they failed fulfillment.
Above we have the record In God's Book of vowt made,
and after 500 years rolled by It was broken, and judgement of
God fell! Do not think I would like to attend a public hanging,
but think It very profitable that I stopped and looked awhile at
the multiple hanging In 21st of Second Samuel! Thank God
we can get forgiveness for broken vows, even It If means
some judgements In this life. But If we ask and accept that
forgiveness, let us beware of further neglect and
carelessness concerning them!
continue despite rains
Friday September 9. 1977 The Dally Tar Heel 5
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UNC. Chapel Hill. Carrboro and Orange
County water-conservation measures will he
discussed at a press conference culled today by the
Orange Countv Water and Sewer Authoritv
OWASA Chairperson Paul Morris said
Thursday that no new restrictions will he
suggested by OWASA. but the authority wants to
urge its customers to make extra efforts to adhere
to the measures already imposed.
Mandatory water restrictions adopted by
Chapel Hill and Carrboro. members of OWASA.
will continue. Morris said, despite rains on
Wednesday and Thursday.
Representatives of the University, the towns
and the areas of Orange County served by
OWASA will be present at the 2 p.m. conference,
along with OWASA officials, Morris said.
Since Tuesday. University Lake (OWASA's
only local water source) has contributed more
water than usual to meet area water needs. An
agreement that day between OW AS A and the city
of Durham, which had been providing over 75 per
cent of the authority's water, cut Durham's
contribution from an average of 3.5 million
gallons per day to 2.5 million.
The agreement was spurred by the fast
dropping level of Lake Michie, Durham's water
source. The lake would run out of water before
University Lake did. Durham officials said, if
OWASA continued to draw 3.5 million gallons
per day from their lake.
Morris said he was confident that University
l ake would have enough water to last until
December, especially since welcome rains came to
the area Wednesday and Thursday.
University Lake, which stood at 83.5 inches
below crest Wednesday, rose to 66 inches below
crest after the rain.
- CHIP PEARSALL
Cellar Door, UNC's undergraduate
literary magazine, is accepting
applications for the 1977-78 staff.
Positions open include prose editor,
poetry editor, prose readers, poetry
readers and business staff.
Application forms are available at the
Carolina Union desk and the Cellar
Door office in Room 205 of the YMCA
Building. Prospective prose readers will
be required to write a brief review of a
piece of student fiction. The
applications should be submitted by
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