2 The Daily Tar Heel Monday, November 21. 1977
Compiled by Karen Barber
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1 00 p m if they are to run the next day Each item will run at least twice
Hillmont student tenants seek advice Sadat
Continued from page 1.
World TerrortMit will be discussed it 7:30 p.m. in Room 2I3 of
the Carolina Union. Tht d acumen will future Dr. Mungcr. Dr.
Baloyara and Dr. Steiner of the political science department. This
dacuuion it sponsored by the Undergraduate Political Science
Childbirth Intormatloo invites the public to hear Dr. Ross
Vaughn from Wake Medical Center in Raleigh speak on
"Prevention of Premature Infants" at 8 p.m. at the West Raleigh
Presbyterian Church student lounge at 27 Home St., off of
HUlcborough Street behind Baxley's in Raleigh Childcare will be
The Orientation Committee of the Association of Business
Students will meet at 3 p.m. in 205 New Carroll Hall.
The Fine Art Festival will meet at 6:l)p.m. in l-A Swain Hall
The UNC Committee to Free the Wilmington Ten will meet at
3 p.m. in the South Gallery of the Carolina Union.
Hayden B. Renwtcst, associate dean of the College of Arts and
Sciences, will speak on Minority Enrollment at the University of
North Carolina at 8 p.m. in Room 202 of the Carolina U nion The
address is sponsored by the local chapter of the American
Association of University Professors.
The Sociology Department's Doris Sato Memorial Lecture
skHU be presented by Professor Diana Crane of the University of
Pennsylvania on "Consensus and Controversy in Medical Practice:
The Dilemma of the Critically 111 Patient." at 3 p.m. in the
Morehead Planetarium Lounge.
of native American awareness, including
traditional food. Indian singing, a multimedia show and graphics
enhinit will begin at 6 p m at the Zoom-Zoom Restaurant Cost for
the meal is SI. 50. and admission to the media show is tree.
Will you be looking for a job? Learn ho to do it effectively so
that you do not waste time and cause unnecessary frustration.
Career Planning and Placement is ottering a workshop on the
kb-aeeklng process at 3 p.m. in Room I UK Hanes Hall.
The Carolina Association for Disabled Students (CADS)
will meet ai 7 p m. Tuesday in Suite C of the Carolina Union.
The Association of Business Students will meet st 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Floor I acuity lounge of Carroll Hall. All interested
persons sre invited.
Members of the North Carolina Student Oplomehic Society
at Pennsylvania College of Optometry will be on campus from
12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Prehealih Professions
Advising Office in Nash Hall Interested students and faculty sre
FOR THE RECORD
It was Rogers at the helm
Our apologies to Parks Rogers, who wrote
'Nature preserve is living laboratory, history
survives in 800 wild acres," in Weekender last
Friday. His byline was incorrectly listed as Parks
The Outing Club will meel at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Room 202 of the
Carolina Union. Slides of fall trips will be shown.
The Carolina Union Performing Arts Committee will meet at
7 p.m. Tuesday in Room 204 of the Carolina Union. Plans for the
spring semester will be discussed.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Womancratt a craft co-op of local women. Shop for a
distinctive gift in our Merry Christmas shop. Watch listings for
upcoming demonstrations and spring classjchedule. We are across
from McDonald's on Franklin Street.
Campus groups are invited to Christmas carol at Memorial
Hospital this holiday season. To sign up. call Volunteer Servicesat
A limited number of 1976-77 Ytckety Yacks will be available
for people who did not subscribe last year. The price will be SI 5.
Sign the wailing list in Suite D of the Carolina Union.
Anyone interested in attending the steering committee meeting
of the National Student Coalition Against Racism in
Washington. DC. Dec. 2 and 3 should call Dough at 967-5425
after 10.30 p m.
An exhibition of Dayak Weevvnge, skirts and ceremonial
blankets frum Borneo is on display through Dec. 2 at the Wesley
Foundation at 214 Pittsboro St. Admission is free.
The Student Government Tutoring Service needs volunteer
tutors, especially in math, business and economics courses. Tutors
sei their own schedules Anyone interested, call 933-520 1 between 6
p.m. and p.m.
When Omega Pal Phi fraternity knocks on your door, be sure to
give Support its annual canned food drive to make Thanksgiving
brighter for a few more people.
Want to work for the Dally Tar Heel? We need someone to
compile Campus Calendar. Contact Laura Seism or Ben Cornelius
at the DTH office.
Interested in taking the PACE EaamT It will be offered on
campus at I p m. Jan. 30. 1978. in 100 Hamilton Hall. Sign-up for
the four and one-half nam is in 21 1 Hanes Hall. Forms must be
completed by Nov. 30.
Need information for a term paper? Interested in hunger? If so,
the Y Hunger Action Committee has a resource Horary on the
second floor of the Y Building.
The Association for Women Students is sponsoring a
coffeehouse in conjunction with the Women's Festival set for Jsn.
22 through 28, 1978. Women musicians may audition at 7:30 p ut.
Dec. I in Deep Jonah Interested persons should contact AWS in
Suite D of the Carolina Union (933-2165) or Perri Morgan (933
5245). Non-professionals are welcome.
The Carrboro recreation department has openings for volunteer
coaches for its youth basketball program. If interested mcoaching
boys and girls, contacl Ihe department of 942-8541 or 942-8556.
Christmas crafts by Lynn Bradshaw. The International Bazaar
and the Painted Bird will be shown in the Carolina Union
showcases through Dec. 13.
The 1971 Orientation Commleeion is accepting applications
for positions in Suite D of the Carolina Union ihroughoul this
week For more informaiion call 933-2375 or 942-3469.
The Order of she Old WeU it accepting applications for
membership. Applications are available at the information desk in
Ihe Carolina Union.
UNICEF card and gilts are available 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday at the War Resistert League office, Room 108.
Purcfoy Road Community Church.
By MICHAEL WADE
Several UNC student tenants of Hillmont
Apartments in Carrboro have sought advice
from Student Legal Services in connection
with a planned increase in their rent which
they charge is illegal.
The apartments, located at 700 Fidelity
St., were owned by the Herb Holland Co.
but were transferred recently to Robert
Oakes, who also owns the Fidelity Court and
Cedar Court Apartments. The tenants say
that Oakes plans to raise their rents although
their leases have not expired.
H owever, Oakes said he is not planning to
raise the rent on any tenants under their
present leases. He said tenants whose leases
are less than 12 months old will not have
their rents increased until their leases expire.
Anyone who has lived in the apartments for
more than a year, however, will be given 45
days notice that his lease will be terminated
and then will be offered the option of getting
a new lease with $25 more in monthly rent or
Oakes said recently that"my attorney said
we can terminate that lease after 12 calendar
months at any time." He said tenants who
have lived in Hillmont Apartments more
than a year are not living under their original
leases because the leases were not renewed,
although they allow for succeeding years. ,
The tenants have said that the lease
automatically renews itself unless the
landlord gives them 45 days notice before the
beginning of the next term of the lease.
The tenants in the Hillmont Apartments
were notified of the planned rent increase by
a letter Oakes sent to each apartment. Oakes
said he "made a mistake and acted in haste"
by sending a copy of the letter to every
apartment instead v of only to those
apartments whose tenant's leases were more
than 12 months old.
Oakes said he has told only those tenants
who have contacted him whose leases are less
than 12 months old and that he will honor
their leases at present rent prices until they
expire. He declined to comment on why he
had not contacted every tenant whose lease is
less than 12 months old, but added, "I have
told everybody that has contacted my
Oakes said he told one tenant of the
apartments that he would change the lock on
her door if she refused to pay higher rent
after being given 45 days notice her lease was
At least seven student tenants of the
apartments have asked for help from the
Student Legal Services. Student Attorney
Dorothy Bernholz said she could not
comment on the case because litigation is
possible, but she emphasized that "we're not
involved in a legal action right now."
It called for Israeli withdrawal from
occupied Arab territories, the creation of.a
Palestinian state, guaranteed secure
boundaries for all, establishment of relations,
in the region under the U.N. charter and
termination of the state of war.
Then he came close to recognizing the
Israel state, whose existence is not even
admitted by the Arab world.
"We rejected you in the past, yes," Sadat
admitted to a people who are in a state of war
with his nation and fought it four times in 29
years. "We refused to meet with you, yes. We
described you as the so-called Israel. Yes.
This did occur.
"I tell you today and I declare to the whole
world that we agree to live with you in a
permanent and just peace. We do not want to
besiege you with rockets ready to destroy
and we do not want you to besiege hs
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FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH spring contract
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JAMES DORM CONTRACT for sale. 10th floor.
Please contact Cynthia for information. 933-4968.
Please call. Thanks, and keep trying.
SPRING SEMESTER ROOM CONTRACT for
sale in James. Possibility of No Roommate. Need
to sell as soon as possible. Call Anita, 933-4827.
CONTRACT FOR SALE in James. Must sell
immediately! Call Kim, 933-4923.
MORRISON CONTRACT for sale. Female
contract for spring semester. Call 933-3378. If no
answer call 967-9165.
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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.
LOST: GOLD MEDIC ALERT TAG, octagonal,
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reverse. Call Susan, 967-4072, or turn in to Alpha
ELIMINATE THE BOOKSTORE! Save $$! Buy
and sell books of any type with students across
the country. For free details, write to Carrick
Enterprises, P.O. Box 2203, Dept. 2, Waterloo,
JOHN THOMPSON if you have my earring,
please call me back I was not able to reach you.
Lise Myers, 967-1636.
DISCOURAGED, BROKENHEARTED, AND
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sensitive guy to listen, encourage, and love her
before it's too late. Anybody out there? Please
RSVP - Margot.
TOTHESISTERS of Kappa KappaGamma: from
toilet paper to newspaper, from roses to reveille,
from songs to skits, from Bid Day till now, we've
crjrtie a long way. Thanks, your pledges.
SUE - HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!. We all bve you!!
Salty Dog, Rebo, B.B., Taily, and especially
THANKS FOR BEING NEARBY when I was
"lost." I realize your decision was .based on
"doubts." Although I hope you'll be happier now, I
have my "doubts." Have a happy Thanksgiving,
you deserve it. One last word: "Smile."
ELVIS, Please come to dinner Monday night feOO.
The phone call was not a joke.
WANTED: TWO TICKETS to the UNC
Cincinnati basketball game on Dec. 17 in
Greensboro. Call Susan at 933-4889.
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