2 The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, October 6,
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The Dialectic and Philanthropic Llttrary
Soclaty will sponsor a "Poetry Nighfat 8 p.m. in
300 New West. The public is invited.
The UNC Jugglers Association will meet at 4
p.m. at the Old Well. Beginners are welcome.
Tha UNC Scuba Club will meet at 7 p.m. in
Room 304 of Woollen Gym Everyone is invited.
The Gay Rap Group' will meet at 8 p.m. in
Raleigh. For more information about the group,
call 929-8843 or 832-1582.
The second meeting for students interested in
applying for Rhodes Scholarships will be at 5: 15
p.m. in 569 Hamilton Hall. Prospective
candidates should bring their transcript, a list of
activities and a personal statement.
The LDSSA (Mormons) Film Series begins at
8 p.m. in 101 Greenlaw. Come and find out more
about Mormon beliefs. Films will be The First
Vision and The Lost Manuscript.
The second organi?ational meeting for
Excellence In Audio Reproduction (EAR) will
be at 7 :30 p.m. in Room 206 of the Carolina
Union. All persons interested in stereo and, or
audio are welcome. Plans for a super "super stereo
sound party" will be discussed. For more
information, call Paul at 933-8813.
Hlnton James presents My Little Chickadee,
starring W. C. Fields and Mae West, and the
cartoon Sahara Hare at 7 and 9 p.m. in the
Hinton James recreation room. Admission is 50
cents, and free refreshments will be provided.
The South Campus and Granville Off
Campus chapters of Inter-Varsity Christian
Fellowship will present the multimedia show.
The Effective Ambassador at 8 p.m. in the
Morrison social lounge. The Granville chapter
will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the lobby of Granville
South to walk to Morrison. Evervone is welcome.
The UNC-CH Collegiate Cl'vltan Club will
meet at 6 30 p.m. in Room 206 of the Carolina
Union. All interested students are welcome. For
more information, call 933-2593.
A medical technology meeting w ill be held at
7: 15 p.m. in Room 213 of the Carolina Union. A
Career Planning and Placement representative
will be guest speaker. Med tech T-shirts will be on
sale for S2.
The Christian Science Organization will
meet at 6 p.m. in Room 213 Carolina Union. The
topic is purposeful living, and everyone '
The Alchemist, I'NC's interdisciplinary
science magaine, will meet at 8 p.m. in Room 205
Carolina Union. All interested persons are
welcome; staff positions are still available.
All law student spouses are invited to the
October business meeting of the Law Guild at 7 :30
p.m. For directions to the meeting, call 967-8076
or 942-2056. How to make macrame hangers for
plants will be demonstrated.
Are you interested in working for the Student
Consumer Action Union (SCAU) on its new
Consumer Health Handbook or Health
Education program? Attend a meeting at 7:30
Boone to run for Carrboro mayor
Citing street improvements, recreation
and water and sewer as his main interests,
John Boone filed to run tor Carrboro mayor
An alderman for six years, Boone's term
expires this year.
Boone supports continued resurfacing of
streets and the building of gutters, sidewalks
and curbs in Carrboro.
Boone said the needs of the handicapped
and of people of all ages should be met in an
expanded recreational program.
He also encourages the use of the Jordan
Reservoir for recreation and for water.
Boone favors the Haw River for water crisis
Works in Clay
Exhibit During October
Unusual and one-of-a-kind
functional and non-lunctional
pottery. Also featuring sculpture
and ceramic jewelry.
Demonstrations 12-4 p.m.
Saturday, October 18
412 W. Franklin St.
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Come by and meet Mary and Sheila Let them help you
with any of your cosmetic and beauty aid needs.
Sutton's Discount Drugstore
Bring this coupon by for 1 free orangeade.
1 Free Orangeade
thru Saturday, Oct. 8
159 E. Franklin St.
Join us for
morning 9 AM.
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p.m. in Suite H Carolina Union.
International Studenta: North Campus
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship challenges you
to a volleyball match and invites you to a pot-luck
dinner afterwards. Y'all come. The contest begins
at 5:30 p.m. on Mclver lawn.
Students and faculty are invited to attend a
showing of Turkish classical fine art by Fatma
Karpuzcu from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the
International Center in Bynum Hall. Turkish
refreshments will be served.
Auditions for Opeyo Dancers (Males only)
will be held at 6 p.m. in Morrison recreation room.
For more information call Bevelyn Parham at
933-331 1. Auditions will also be held Oct. 10.
The Y-Hunger Action Commission will meet
at 9 p.m. at the Y Building. All interested persons
The Carolina Readera will have a meeting at
7:30 p.m. in 103 Bingham Hall. Everyone
interested in literature and performing is welcome.
Deep Jonah will feature Scott Alnslle, an old
time fiddler, from 8 to II p.m. in the Carolina
Union. Brownbagging is permitted. Refreshments
will be told.
Eckankar, The Path of Total Awareness,
presents a free public talk entitled "Dreams" at
7:30 p.m. in Room 217 Carolina Union.
The political science department proudly
presents Nelson Dometrlue at 8 p.m. in 100
Hamilton Hall. Mr. Dometrius is a famous
international lecturer on politics and government.
The second of a two-part series entitled "How
Shall We Then Live?" by Francis Schaeffer, will
begin tonight at 7 p.m. in the Great Hall Carolina
The Pocket Theater will present Rebecca
Ranson's"lf you Don't Like My Ocean Don't Fish
In My Sea" at 8:30 p.m. Friday. Oct. 7. Ticketsare
on sale at Old World Gift Shop and the Ranch
A Pep Rally will be held at 12:30 p.m Friday.
Oct. 7, in the Pit. Coaches and players will speak.
The band and cheerleaders will lead the spirit.
The Undergraduate Political Science
Association is sponsoring an informal student
faculty dinner at 3:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, at the
Wesley Foundation. Sign-up is taking place now
on the bulletin boards on the third floor of
The UNC Field Hockey Team will play its first
home game at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, on James
Field. The Tar Heels will face the University of
The Kappa Alpha Psl Fraternity, Inc. presents
"Kappa Delight: A Disco Extra Ordinaire" from 9
p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Oct. 8, in the Great
Hall, Carolina Union. '
Festlfall, Chapel Hill's annual fall street fair
will take place from I to 6:30 p.m. on Sunday. Oct.
9 on Franklin Street. Artists and craftspeople will
line the streets. For mouth-watering foods, crafts
and lots of fun, don't miss this affair.
Boone said he does not favor subsidizing
buses, but he said he does not oppose public
He said he also wants to attract a small
. industry to Carrboro.
Although he is a member of the Carrboro
Allied Citizens, Boone said he is running as
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choose Superstar.. .30.95
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The Midshipmen of the UNC NROTC Unit will
celebrate the 202nd birthday of the United Stutes
Navy with a Navy Day Parade at 1:15 p.m.
Tuesday. Oct. II. on the Astroturf Field. Maj.
den. Kenneih Mcl ennan. Communding General
of the Second Marine Division, Camp l.ejcune.
will be the speaker, and the Second Division
Marine Band will perform.
A description and registration form for the
Carolina Union Special Interest Classes can
be picked up at the Carolina Union Desk.
Registration runs through Friday. Oct. 7.
The Pine-Knoll Community Organization ol
Chapel Hill is making plans for a Fall Tutorial
Program. The program will run five days a week
from 3 to 5 p.m. and will include math, language
arts and reading. We need volunteers to donate
their time, money or materials for this cause. For
information please contact Mae Mcl.endon at
942-6571 (after ft p.m.) or Jackie Parrish at 942
7701 (after 2 p.m.)
Agora, the magazine of international ideas, is
now accepting contributions (articles, short
stories, poems) about international relations or
the politics, arts, literature, geography or language
ol specific countries. Anyone interested - faculty,
staff, students should leave a copy of the
manuscript in Room 105 of the International
Center in Bynum Hall or call the center at 933
5pM. Students attempting to get In-state status for
tuition purposes should start organizing their
cases now. More information can be obtained
from the Residency Counseling Service of SCAU.
Hours are posted on Suite B door of the Carolina
Applications for the Graduate Management
Admission Test (GMAT) must be received in
Princeton. N J. by Oct. 1 4. The cost is J 1 2.J0 and a
late fee of $4 is charged for applications received
after Oct. 14. "Walk-In" costs $10 extra.
Application forms are available in Room 106,
Nash Hall. 1977-78 Graduate Study in
Management catalogues are available in Room
101. Nash Hall.
Applications for the Optometry College
Admission Test (OCAT) must be received in
New York City by Oct. 8. The test will be given on
Nov. 5 in Durham. The cost is $25 and
applications are available in Room 106, Nash
Hall. Information about the N.C. contacts with
Optometry schools and catalogues are in Room
101 of Nash Hall.
Students uho disapprove of Southern Bell's fee
increase can sign a Residence Housing
Association petition at the Carolina Union or
YMCA building. Interested students should come
by from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The petition will be
available Oct. 4-7.
WITH SPECIAL GUESTS
.... JESSI COLTER
HANK WILLIAMS, JR.
Wednesday, Oct. 19th, 8 p.m.
- TICKETS ON SALE AT -THE
COLISEUM BOX OFFICE
IN CHAPEL HILL
TO HALF PRICE!
Cartien of Paris Cotton Blend
KHAKI PANTS - At
Milton's is a member bl the country's most powerful buying co
op. We pay less for our fine merchandise and pass the savings
on to you. ";
163 E. Franklin St.' Hours1
Downtown Chapel Hill
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Rodin document filed but forgotten
By CHIP PEARSALL
Sometime during the summer of I976, a
legal document which could have affected
considerations by the Chapel Hill Board of
Aldermen on the controversial l.aketree
community was filed away in the town
The document lay in the file, forgotten, for
over a year while debate on the 387-acre
planned community raged before the board
and in the community.
Developers Sylvia Rodin and Gertrude
Groten had presented l.aketree as an answer
to spiralling growth in town an answer
which some called the best-planned
development in the history of Chapel Hill.
After public hearings, planning board
sessions, aldermen meetings and political
jockeying, the project came to a vote.
It was defeated by a 5 to 4 vote by the
board Sept. 12.
The legal document, a judgment rendered
in federal court against Rodin's husband,
Eugene, in June 1976 for grand larceny
involving a New York land fraud, lay still
unrevealed in the town planning office.
On Friday, Art Berger, the planning
staffer who originally filed the document,
brought it forward. He had remembered it
Two hair dryers,
University Police reported that Nikola
Ticic and David Duckett. both of 157
Morrison, said two hair dryers were stolen
from their suite bathroom sometime
The two hair dryers were valued at $40.
Also. Constance Bishop, of 1057
Morrison, reported the theft of her bicycle
wheel sometime between Friday afternoon
and Monday morning.
The bicycle was chained in front of
Morrison at the time of the incident.
The bicycle wheel was valued at $30.
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after Mayor James C. Wallace requested
information on developers Groten and
Wallace revealed the document to the
Board of Aldermen, the Planning Board and
the local press Tuesday afternoon.
Accompanying it were copies of other
documents Wallace obtained regarding the
"While the document may have no direct
legal bearing on the merits of it (Laketree), it
is nevertheless, in my opinion, highly
significant and relevant," Wallace said. "It
disturbs me that it was not brought to our
attention at an earlier date."
"The fact is that somebody made a
mistake," Planning Director Mike Jennings
Jennings said Berger received the copy
from a lawyer interested in the Rodins, then
filed it thinking it was not a pertinent
question in the department's Laketree
"We look at the merits of the application
instead of the personalities involved,"
Jennings said. "We never do any
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DAILY TAR HEEL this fall.
CAMPUS COPY CENTER opening soon! On the
alley by the big rock next to the Port Hole
restaurant. Watch for grand opening this month!
MUSIC FOR THE 21st CENTURY now! The H
Bombs, Carrboro's best beloved new wave band
appearing at Festifall Oct. 9th (sometime). We
almost bst Detroit.
1971 YAMAHA 350 R-5. Must sell immediately.
Top end recently re built; $125 firm. Call Durham
489 0060 after 3:30 p.m. . .
CLASSICAL RECORDS for sale. In excellent
condition. Good selection of labels and
composers. Call 967-5347.
STEREO FOR SALE AM-FM MPX Receiver with
8 track tape player, 2 speakers, turntable. $125.
Must sell. 933-4284. Ask for Stan.
TWO RADIAL SPORTS CAR tires size 165 x 14
very low mileage. Call Dave 942-8362 after 11:30
p.m. MWF or before 10:30 a.m. T Th.
REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE for dorm or
apartment. 17" by 17" by 20". Good condition.
Call 942-3971. $35.
1972 FORD MAVR1CK Carolina blue, new
interior, needs only minor repairs. Engine in good
condition. Call Mike after 5:30 p.m. 929-9445.
TEMPORARY PART-TIME TYPIST wanted. 15
hours a week. Apply School of Education.
Contact Mrs. Sally Coe. 103 Peabody Hall.
APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM for account
representatives, artists, layout and design
personnel. Requires 10-12 hours each week while
training. May begin immediately. Contact Dan
Collins, Advertising manager at 933 1163 or 933
0252 between 2 and 4 weekdays to arrange an
TWO MONTH OLD BABY needs T.L.C. near
campus. 4 days a week. Only 4 hours in the
morning or early afternoon. Call 929 2690.
ADDRESSERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY!
Work at home no experience necessary
excellent pay. Write American Service, 8350 Park
Lane, Suite 269, Dallas. TX 75231.
THE UPWARD BOUND PROGRAM is
recruiting UNC students to tutor 10th, 11th and
12th grade high school students now. You can
help if you can give a minimum of 4 hrs. or a
maximum of 8 hrs. per month. Be an advocate of
learning by assisting underachieves to be
achievers. If interested, call Elroy Lewis at 933
1281 or 1282 or come by 201 Vance Hall.
SUDl'S RESTAURANT: Opening October 3 a
new restaurant and tavern. Now hiring
experienced food and wait people. Apply in
person. Ill W. Main Street, Durham, N.C.
WANTED RESTAURANT PERSONNEL. All
positions open. Apply 157';, East Franklin Street.
Lost & Found
FOUND: SILVER RING with tourquoise in the
vicinity of Manning and Hamilton Hall at 12 Wed.,
Oct. 5. Call Mary 929 6835, describe it and it is
FOUND: A POCKETBOOK on Franklin Street.
Sunday, October 2nd. Call 688 8466 and
investigation of applicants' backgrounds."
Jennings acUijd that he would have told
Town Man.ij'i.;' Kurt Jcnne about the
c'.Tument if he had known about it. Jenne
w ould have advised the Board of Aldermen,
Would prior knowledge of Rodin's
conviction have affected the four aldermen
who voted for the project?
Alderman Gerry Cohen said Wednesday
he might have voted against the project, but
cited an Orange County Superior Court
decision in a similar case. The court, he said,
ruled that Carrboro could not deny
permission to a developer with a criminal
record to build in that town simply because
of the conviction.
Alderman Thomas Gardner said he had
not decided what the legal effect of the court
judgment against Rodin would be in the
board's review of Laketree.
"I think it would never have gotten to a
vote," Alderman Shirley Marshall said. "It's
a dead issue now, I think."
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loves those leisure hours . ond so do
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TAN LEATHER fingernail kit containing wedding
and engagement ring. Handsome reward. Call
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RETRIEVER. No collar, friendly. Answers to
Soccb. Last seen near Carolina Inn on Sunday,
102. Substantial reward. Call Coach Smith at
933-1154 or Scott Smith at 968-1037.
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS.
Thousands on file. All academic subjects. Send
$1.00 for mail order catalog. Box 25918 Z, Los
Angeles, Calif. 90025. (213) 477-8474.
CONDOM SAMPLERS. Learn the difference
between condoms with one of our famous sample
packs. Preshaped, textured, colored, lubricated
skins, stubs. Designed to increase sexual satisfac
tion. Adam & Eve, Franklin & Columbia (over the
A SPECIAL THANKS to the one I love for all the
laughter, caring, and love you've given me during
my best two months ever! the "distant fire."
TO KEVIN in 04, Sorrywe didn't make it. Susan.
TO THE BLONDE HUSSY majoring in
Geography hands off the Three Musketeers. It
sounds as if you've already covered too much
territory The Three Stooges.
FREE CATS! Males and females. Call Brenda 966
3381 during the day, at night 732-2718.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share
apartment 5 min. from campus along bus route.
Share rent, utilities, and deposit costs. More
details? Sure. Call 933-7946. Keep trying.
WINSTON SALEM. Riders wanted to help with
expenses. Almost all week-ends. Call 942-5528
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