2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday. October 26, 1977
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1 00 p m it they are to run the next day Each item will run at least twice.
Tlx Student Legal Services will hold a workshop on curt ai
3..W p.m. in Room 209 Carolina Union. Everyone a invited lo
The German Department Film Series presents Johunn
Nettroy'i "E inen Jux wilier sich machen" at 7p.m in Toy Lounge.
The German film features the cast of the Wiener Burgthester.
Admission is free.
The French Dinner will he held at 5 JO p m ai I e Rendezvous
Restaurant. East Franklin Street.
Chapel Hilt ECOS will have a meeting to plan and work on
current projects at 7:0 p.m in 201 Bingham Hall. All persons
interested in getting involved are invited to attend
the second meeting of Campus Gold, an organization for
former girl scouts, will he held at 7 p.m. in Room ?o C arolina
linion Anyone interested is welcome Call 9.13-1704 or 9JJ-IH4J
for more information.
Dr. Kohcrt H Gruhhs from Michigan Slate University will
speak at a Chemistry Colloquium emitted Melallocyclea as
Intermediates In Organotraneltlon Metal Chemistry at 1 1 a.m.
in JOtVcnahlc Hall
Or. Anthony Mucci from the Department of Biostalislics wil
speak on New Proofs lor New Central Limit Theorems at a jmnt
colloquium at 4 p.m. in 224 Phillips Halt Relreshments will he
served at J 30 p m in lie. Phillips Hall
A meeting of the Executive Board ol the Gradual end
Professional Student Federation will he held at 6 p m in the
Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Carolina I nion.
Students interested in studying at the University
of Montpellier in Montpellier, France, are invited
to attend a meeting to discuss the program at 4
p.m. today in Toy Lounge in Dey Hall.
Any interested student, regardless of his major,
is invited to attend the meeting, at which
information about the one-year program abroad
will he distributed.
'Montpellier is a city in southern France. At the
university there, students will study both the
French language and literature.
To qualify for the year of study, students must
. have 8 B-minus average with at least two years of
I he Orange County Mental Health Association sponsoring
a presentation on "Mental Health Legislation in the 1977 N.C.
General Assembly" at 7:.V0 p.m. at the Wesley Foundation. 214
Piilshoro St. The public is invited lo attend.
1 he Order ol the Golden Fleece will meet at 7; lo p m in the
Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Carolina Union.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Club will hold its weekly
meeting at 7 p m. in 308 Alumni Hall. All interested persons are
The Ice Hockey Club members will meet at K 15 p m. in the
Carolina I'mon lobby for the trip to practice.
A meeting ol UNC Common Ceuse will he held at 7 30 p m. in
the South Gallery Meeting Room ot the Carolina I'mon Fall
projects will he discussed.
I he International Folk Dancers will meet at 7 p m. at the
Student Center of the University Presbyterian Church Sukacko
Kolo (Croationl and Drmacica (Croatian) will he taught
Save Nanlahala Gorge from superhighway destruction
Support the cause and sign a petition in the I'll Irom 10 a m. to 2
pm. today and Thursday For fuither inhumation come lo the
Outing Club meeting at 7 p m. in the Carolina Union.
1 he Student Speech Communication Association ill mcci
at 9 pm. in lOn Hingham Hall
The Carolina Indian Circle will hold us bimonihls meeting at
7 .30 p m on the second Hoot ol the Y-Huilding All members are
urged to attend.
IhcNC Coastal Club will meei at 7 p m in the South Gallery
Meeting Room ol the Carolina Union All club mcmhersarc urged
Peer counseling tor psychology courses will he held Irom 9
a m to I p m today through Friday in the lobby ol Davie Hall,The
program is sponsored by Psi Chi. Psychology National Honor
I he Union Gallery Committee ill meet at 7pm in the South
Gallery Meeting Room ol ihcCamlimi t nion It is impoilanl lhat
all members try lo attend
A meeting tor all students inteiesied in ihe UNC Year at
Montpeller (France) Program will he held ai 4 pm in l.n
t ounge. Dey Hall.
the UNC Reader's Theatre will present Kuliaid Hiiiiiiigun's
Trie Hunklme Momlvr ul K p m in 202-204 Carolina Union. I he
show will run ugain Thursday night at the same linu- and place.
A seminar entitled Tree Planting and Care: Dos and Don Is
will he held at 7. 30 pm 1 hursday at the Chapel Hill Public I ibrary
meeting room I he seminar will leature J R MeGraw. a toreslry
extension specialist ut NorlhCarolinaStjleUniversiiy Admission
is free and everyone cordially is invited lo attend
Ihe Graduate History Society presents Piolessor Peter II.
Wood uf Duke University speaking on "Ihe South: Who Started
If" at K p m Thursday in 569 Hamilton Hall
The Department ol History presents Prolessor Rogei ( hartier
ot Department d'Hisloire tlnivcrsite de Montreal speaking on
criminal slang in IHth and caily 19th century Frame at 4 p m.
I hursday in 5b9 Hamilton Halt.
Halloween Treats from ThelPs!
Follow the crowd this Halloween for
dipped pumpkin cookies,
gingerbreadmen, owls, cats, witches
124 E. Franklin St.
Save up to
$59.00 and up
Well known out-of-town outlet finds it necessary to reduce their inventory at
fantastic savings. You'll find famous maker men's and women's leather and
suede coats and jackets at savings up to 50 per cent off regular retail prices.
Current Fashion Leather Coats and Jackets to Choose From.
Many Styles & Many Colors Hurry!
HOLIDAY INN N7
Chapel Hill 9 p.m.
All soles final.
Cash or Personal Check
(Valid ID required.)
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Ihe Socledad Hlipanlca Carollnaaa mil hold its iniorm.il
Itrtulia at 5 p m Thursday at He's Not Here All hispannphitcsari'
I he UNC Jugglers Aaaoclatlon ill meet at 4 p.m. I hursdiis in
Memorial Hall. Besianers are sveknmc
The Alchemist will have a meeting at K p m lliuisd.is in ilk
Frank Porter Graham Room. Carolina l!nion All inieiestnl
persons are invited to attend
The Annual Century Debate on the rule ol I'naUnd's Oliver
Cromwell will be held Thursday in New West ll.ill I or more
information call 42-2 H6
Excellence In Audio Reproduction is a eluh open to all
persons interested in the highest qunlitv ol reeotded ami
reproduced sound. An inlornial neviinK nill be held ai 1 10 p.m
I hursdas at HoiiMies HeriK's.
Embroidery and needle work classes meet at 7 p.m curv
1 hursdas in 452 Hamilton Hall.
I )eep Jonah leatuies Dlanne Oooch at p.m. I hursdas I hete
is no cover thar(K Brin sour own hcer m siine
ITEMS OF INTEREST
I he Orientation Committee ol the Association ot Business
Stud an ta is olk-nnn advising orieniation assistance dunnsi
prcreaislration lor treshman and sophomores who are considering
a maior in business or accounting these sessions are available
The Medical Technology Club will meet at 7pm. I hursday,
Oct. 27. in 221 Greenlaw to discuss preregistration.
anytime between si a m and 4 p m Vs ednesdav thiough hridav on
the third floor ol South Building
All organizations end departments arc encouraged to make
nominations lor homecoming queen. Nomination lorms are
available Irom Ihe Carolina I'mon Information Desk l-urther
inquiries should be addressed to SVV-fcihX or sJ.iJ-IIH.V
I he Student Government Tutoring Service needs volunteer
tutors, especially in math, tutors arrange their own tutoring
schedules u lib those they tutor Anyone interested should call V.W
5201 between 6 and it p.m. Monday through I hursday.
A bus trip lo Washington. D C. has been arranged hy the
Committee on East Asian Studies. A lew scatsare still avmlahle.
I he cost is JI7 per person lo oin the lour or to ohiam lurthcr
inlormation contact l.arry Kessler.45! Hamilton Hall. 9.1.1-5IW I .
I he trip is scheduled lor Hiday. Oct. 2
I he 1 977 line ol UNICEF greeting cards is here. Reach around
the world to help a needy child by buying UNfCF.h cards and
stationers at the V -Building on luevlays. Wednesdays and
Ihursdavs Irom Ham to 2 p.m I his oiler lasts Ihrough Nov. 23.
I he Carolina Course Review, an evaluation ol prolcssors and
courses is available in the I ndeigrad library and at the Union
Free portraits w ill he taken cverv weekday Irom now until Nov.
4 by Stevens Sludlos lor the 1978 airn Ymk. All
undergraduate, graduate and prolcssional students should make
appointments at Ihe Carolina I'mon between ,9 a m and 5 p.m.
1 he Medical Technology Club w ill sponsor a bake sale from
Kla.m. to 2 p.m.. I hursday .Oct 27. in Iron! ol theCarohna Union.
Course reviews are available
With the beginning of preregistration. many
students will be relieved to know that help is
The Phi'Eta Sigma Course Description may be
obtained at many Daily Tar Heel distribution
Phi Eta Sigma, the freshman honor society,
published the booklet, which presents professors'
thoughts and opinions about the courses they will
Also available to students are the Siucleni
Hullt'lin and the Carolina Course Review, which
provide information from departments and
students respectively. Phi Eta Sigma feels that its
publication and these descriptions together cover
all aspects of a course.
Departments publishing their own listings, such
as English, history and political science, are not
coveted in the Phi Eta Sigma course review.
Police say man victim of hit-and-run
University Police reported a hit-and-run
traffic accident on Raleigh Road Sunday.
David A. Irvin of 105 Everett told police a
light-colored car swerved in the road and
struck his bicycle as he was exiting the
Carolina Union parking lot. Irvin, whose
bike sustained $40 in damage, suffered
minor injuries but was not hospitalized.
Bruce Levin of 1 1 3-A Todd St. told police
he discovered his $150 calculator missing
from a Gardner Hall classroom Oct. II.
Levin had been away from the room for an
hour, police said.
Robert B. Moorhead, a School of Public
Health employee, reported his parking
permit missing from his unlocked car
. Monday, police said.
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Thurs. Oct. 27
4:00 & 8:30 p.m.
Tickets available now
at Page Box Office.
$6.50, $5.50, $4.50
of the greatest
musical of all time.
A presentation of the
Duke University Committee
on the Performing Arts.
THE YOUNG AMERICANS
West Side Story
on m nttption of Jnomt Rohbim
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ARTHUR LEONARD STEPHEN
LAURENTS BERNSTEIN S0NDHEIM
Entire Original Production Directed and Choreographed by
t JEROME R0BBINS
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by Mngtmml uh Roger L Slrrtnt
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Gouda Cheese .. Lb.
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Chocolate Chip omm
Cookies ...... Doz. f w
French Bread 16 0z. 49c
Brownies 10 For $1.00
Apple Danish 4 For $1.00
WATCH FOR,OUR UNADVERTISED SPECIALS
DECORATED CAKES AND PARTY TRAYS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Carr Mill Shopping Village
Prices Effective Through Sun., Oct 30, 1977
All Qu.mtitv Rights Resmvpd
Plan to convert apartments
into elderly housing opposed
Several Chapel Hill citizens, including a UNC
law student, expressed displeasure with a plan to
convert Northampton Apartments into a housing
unit for the elderly at a public hearing held
Monday by the Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen.
The Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina seeks
to purchase the apartment building and convert it
into a home designed lor persons over 60 years
old. The Diocese runs a similar housing unit in
Alderman Gerry Cohen requested the hearing
so that residents of Northampton Apartments
could air their objections. The 225 residents of
Northampton would bedisplaced onJune 1, 1978
is Northampton is sold.
Among those who voiced objections to the sale
was UNC law student Armand DiMeo. DiMeo
told the board that he had lived at Northampton
lor three years and felt that he and many other
residents would have difficulty finding another
place to live. He said the displaced Northampton
residents would add to the town's traffic problem
if they had to move further from campus.
DiMeo said after the hearing the current
Northampton owner, Richard Birgel, has said that
he would help current residents relocate.
"It would be hard to say that other tenants are
outraged over the thing," DiMeo said, "for they
w,ould only be there a few years at most.
"Every tenant is entitled to the quality housing
Northampton provided, and there are not that
many quality apartments in Chapel Hill,
especially one-room apartments."
The board referred the permit, which allows the
modifications necessary for Northampton
Apartments' sale, to the town's planning board.
The board also heard discussion on a petition by
Dr. Eugene Grace, a Chapel Hill physician, which
urged the hoard to change its opposition to the
filling of Jordon Lake.
The board reaffirmed its opposition to Jordon
Lake on a 6-2 vote. Aldermen Gerry Cohen and
Thomas Gardner voted no.
- STEPHEN HARRIS
Speaker: Mr. David Peek
Savannah River Operation
Department of Energy
Panel Respondents: Professor Joseph Straley
Professor David Orr
Dr. Thomas Donnelly
Morehead Faculty Lounge
Open to Public
Sponsored by UNC-CH campus Y
SIGN UP NOW as an usher for Playmakers"'Play
It Again, Sam." Ushers see the show free. Sign up
board and details in Graham Memorial Room 206.
Work one or more performances, November 8
through November 27.
Automobiles' & Auto Service
VW GOT THE BLAHS? TUNE-UPS $12.50
PLUS PARTS. MUFFLERS, CLUTCHES,
SHOCKS, BRAKES, VALVES, REBUILDS.
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SAILBOAT - Alcort Sailfish 13'8" long, 125
pounds, fiberglass, blue and white. Good
condition. Can be carried on car top. $365.00. Call
933 9657 after 5:30.
JOB OPENINGS: Alcoa Aluminum has college
management-training openings. No experience
necessary. From $3.75hr. to $5.25hr. to start.
Apply at Carolina Union, Room 215, Wednesday
at 3:10 p.m.
BREADMENS NEEDS both full and parttime
help. Immediate employment for cooks,
dishwashers and waitresses. Apply in person
at Breadmens, 337 W. Rosemary or call 967
7110. TEACHER NEEDED. Local Christian school
needs experienced first grade teacher. Sponsored
by a fundamental church. Write or call Liberty
Christian Schools, P.O. Box 11186, Durham. 688
7616. OVERSEAS JOBS summeryear-round.
Europe, S. America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields,
$500-$1200 monthly. Expenses paid, sightseeing.
Free inform. - Write: International Jdb Center,
Dept. NL, Box 4490, Berkeley, CA 94704
LOST: GOLD POCKET WATCH with
monogram "WHH" on case. Please call Bill
Hughes at 967-9174 to claim reward.
LOST! SILVER "CROSS" PEN with initials GKB.
Lost in or near 100 Hamilton, October 24. If found
please call Karl933-1521.Much sentimental alue.
-LOST nORTH FORSYTH HIGH School class
ring. White gold, ruby stone. Initials JRR. Lost
October 17, reward offered. If found contact
FOUND CLASSRING - Cleavland Inst, of
Eectronics 1975, initials R.A.W. inside. Claim at
"He's Not Here" Chapel Hill.
LOST: LARGE SPAYED CAT in vicinity of Fitch
Lumber. Tortoise shell (mixed orange, brown,
grey) color. Call 933-7508. 967-3361.
HESHE. Triangle Area's personalized dating
service. We match txryour specifications. Special
student rates. Write P.O. Box 1109, Chapel Hill,
INSTA-COPY offset printing. & quick copying
while you wait. 100 satisfaction guaranteed.
Check our fast service and low price on these
work. Insta-copy, corner of Franklin & ColumbiaV
(over the Zoom). 929-2147.
FLY TO F.S.U. homecoming this Friday,
October 28. Riders needed to share expenses.
Private plane, experienced pilot. $35 for round
trip. Call Mike, 942-2336.
RE-ELECT GERRY COHEN lo the
Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen. He'
worked hard for better bus service and
against Southern Bcsll rate hikes. Vote
Gerry Cohen, Tuesday, November 8.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Looking for
a part-time job with good income, flexible
hours, and real experience with a career
opportunity in the business world? Call, Jim
Morgan, Northwestern Mutual Life, 9424187.
TO THE RADIANT RED HEAD in radiology, I
only have x-rays for you be my homecoming
queen. Clark Kent.
THIS TOWN DOES NOT NEED an 85db limit
put on rock music. Don't kill live rock! Signed,
The H Bombs (we'll be back).
1 NEED A RIDE to Raleigh on Wed., Oct. 26 after
2:00 p.m. Please call Stephen at 933-7913.
WANTED - PERSONS interested in helping
with the wrestling team. Specifically
photography, announcing, keeping statistics, also
any girls who worked with high school teams.
Contact Bill Lam 966-5258 or come by
Carmichael Room 147. Some help paid.
SMALL PRESS SALESFINANCIAL CO
ORDINATOR. Position open now, second driver
for Cosmep Van Project based in Carrboro.
Sales, bookkeeping, and long-distance driving
skills required as well as a familiarity with the small
press movement and a willingness to travel
throughout Southeast. $6,000.00 plus travel
expenses to start. Write immediately: Cosmep
Van Project, Box 209, Carrboro, NC 27510. j
EMERALD ENTERPRISES: Our business lis
ported for students with just one hour spare 'time
each night. Now entering Chapel Hill market and
need positive minded people to fill all position's.
No experience needed, training provided.
Fantastic opportunities for advancement with
continuation of job into the summer. Write
Emerald Enterprise, P O. Box 695, Chapel Hill,
Lost and Found
LOST - DIAMOND RING, Friday night in or
around The Basxhae Sentimental value Large
,,.w,,id Call 7 2891
S()ME; CAMERA ACCESSORIES were lu.md
T1hhmJ.iv I'vvninij in Ihe Zoology Geology
1 1. ii king lot. 1 o claim thi'in, call 933 207, or 90 by
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