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WASHINGTON President Ronald Reagan, clad,
in pajamas, robe and slippers, took a 50-yard walk
down a hospital corridor Thursday, and "his. progress
is super, "'said a medical expert who rejected reports
that Reagan might have been near death in the first
minutes after be was shot.
- Dr. Dennis O'Leary said he believed the 70-year-old
Reagan could have waited 20 to 30 minutes more before
receiving medical attention and "would have been OK."
He acknowledged that the president had collapsed as
he walked into the hospital and was picked up and
carried inside for treatment. .
Authoritative sources, meanwhile, said Reagan pro
bably was hit by a ricocheting bullet and not in a direct
for years. "We just pooled our best reci
pes, and went from there," Williams
said. "1 am the cheesecake expert and
Cathy is the eclair expert.
"We wanted to find a job that we
could do at home since we both have
small children. Our love for baking and
the potential market in Chapel Hill brought
us to this," she said.
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COMING fiXnil 11TH CEAC!! HALL '81
Chairmen of the Board, Embr'i, Cataiina't.
Drifter, and mors! Tickets availabt now at
A PIZZA DINNER WILL PRECEDE H:.'T
Tail 1981 planning arstion on Tuesday, April 7
at 6:30 p.m. VV need new executive board
memtrrs lor next yar and thl$ can b your
cliame to dfvvlop Jtwtsh Ufe at Carolina the
way yini want. Call 942-4057 for more
"YOLTRE LATIJ You're late for a very
Important date." Carolina Gay Association
annoiiwrs It's second annual Sprtng Prom.
Saturday. Apid 4, 9.00 p.m. S2 donation
A UNC PRELAW CLU3 meeting wi'J be hM on
Tudjy April 7th at 4 00 In room 204 Union. All
metntwrs nttnl to aftffid. Topk: ttralp!es for
applying to Law in
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line of fire.
In a medical briefing' at the White House, O'Leary,
dean of clinical affairs at George Washington University
Hospital, said Reagan's blood loss was not enough to
have caused him to go into shock.
His assessment was also at odds with sources who
said doctors in the emergency room had trouble finding
the wound that was causing internal hemmorhaging
and "thought' they might lose him."
O'Leary said, "I am denying that flatly."
He said doctors, encouraged by Reagan's progress,
think he may be out of the hospital in less than the one
to two weeks a patient with a wound similar to Reagan's
usually needs to recover.
The president still has two tubes in his chest for res
piration and drainage, O'Leary said.
Wisenbaker said she had expected a
stronger student response. "We advertised
a heart-shaped Valentine's Day cake in
. The Daily Tar Heel classifieds, but not
one student called," she said. Double U
Kitchens advertises regularly in the Vil
lage Advocate, she said.
"The students want the desserts de
livered right away. We just don't have
lost Cz found
LOST: PAIR OF GLASSES during the Saturday
night victory celebration on Franklin Street.
Reward offered. Call Greg. 933-3556.
LOST: CAT BROWN TABBY with white and
patches of orange, female, reward. If found please
call 967-9333. Her name is Leto.
LOST: GOLD AND BLACK QNYX STATE Class
Ring. Sentimentally priceless has name inside.
Reward offered. Help an absent minded student.
Thanks. Call Robin Raymer, day 966-3146, night
LOST: SET OF KEYS with Tarheel emblem
chain. Call Beth 3-1858.
LOST: WHITE SHEPHERD mix dog wearing
silver choke collar. Disappeared uptown after the
Virginia game on Sat. Please call Phyllis at
LOST: LARGE ENVELOPE containing
photographic negatives. Save my sanity, class
grade and future of the world of art. Call Sharon
WANTED: NON-SMOKING MALES as subts
in paid EPA breathing experiments on the UNC
CH campus. Total time commitment is 10-15
hours Including a free physical examination. Pay Is
$5,00 per hour. We need healthy males. x 1 8-40
with no allergies and no hayfever. Call 8-5
Mon.-Fr1. for more Information. 966-1253.
GRADUATE STUDENT AND SPOUSE
wanted lor Resident Manager's poitkn at
Apartment complex In Chapel Hul area, fuU
time, wul train, no chiklren or pets, some
typing or bookkeeping helpful, sunny
personalty a must, salary plus apartment,
EARN UIKLE YOU ERN THIS SUMMER!
Students wHUnf to relocate fc.r the summer, save
$3000. and get good resume experience, mail
name ma)or and phone number to: Summer
Work, P.O. Box 414. Chapel H.'.l. AH Mjk!
MALE COUNSELORS NEEDED at Camp
t ater for rhysical'y handicapped. Mint be at
Wast 18 yeai and willini to live at Camp
Easter. Contact David latmioll at i'HV)
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the facilities for that, so we have to have
at least one day's notice," Wisenbaker
Double U Kitchens has been in opera
tion since January. Most of their business
comes from working women who don't
have time to bake desserts for families or
company, the two women said.
"Our dream and goal is to eventually
open up our own store," Williamson
said. "We think it will take about two
years. This area really needs a good, af
fordable bakery," she said.
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CAROLINA COPY CENTER
AND OFFICE SUPPLY INC
716 Ninth St.
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
HOUSEHOLD HELP, 3 to 4 hours, 2 times
weekly, day and time flexible. Own
transportation. No children. 933-681 0V
ATTENTION GRAD AND HONORS
STUDENTS. Aaron Services will typ your papers
at a discount. That's right, a 10 discount on
theses and dissertations. If you want ft right, bring
it to Aaron Literary Services, NCNB Pliaza,
HELIUM FILLED BALLOON BOUQUETS
DELIVERED for special occasions or just for fun.
Singing clowns available. Ask about our student
special. Call Balloons and Tunes 967-3433.
COMPLETE RESUME SERVICES at
BUSINESS SPECIALTIES. 106 Henderson
Street. We specialize in resume preparation. We
tailor our professional resumes and cover letter to
meet individual needs and stylistic preferences.
MR. KS MUSIC SHOW FEATURES a live disc
jockey playing beach, disco rock, and new wave
for any size party. Call 942-5293 lor reasonable
FRESH BAKED BAGELS DELIVERED TO your
door every Tuesday and Friday. We have plain,
sesame, salt clnamon raisin, whole wheat, poppy.
pumpernkkt-1, onion, and garlic. Six for 1.50, 13
for 3.00. Tom Morris. 929-8327.
BAHAMA SAILING VACATION. 46' ketch sleep
elqht. Cordial Captain and Mate. Call
EASE YCL1Z SCHOOL fl?32STYl Fl
Kr? rnaoot today fro at 1-5 ea Hal try
Go'J Coarse Hi. S3 kes ta gt ye
rocllis lato tm vka4.
GRfT PLACE, ONE MUJi FROM CAMPUS,
pool. Only 1105 a month plus 'A utitle. Startimf
June ltt through next school year. Two bdrres.
.Available for non-sRxAing. repon'o!e. studiou
maWt CaU 967-4992.
1 Oil 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES needed starting
M.ty or Jurwr. or will sublease. On bus rout, pool,
Uon.Jfy. Non-smoker plea. Ca4 Jank
NEED A ROOM MATE? Female undergr4
kiAiug kt a ?W to live r-t yr t3 sin W-ae
in May or Aw. CaU Jenner 9X3-7031. anytime.
TWO SON SMOKING MAIE rocn mates wasted
la hare two4edrom OI4 iVtlS Anmmi foe
luMmrr. U5 month t5w i tt.'.;ir. On bos Lne.
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The president was described earlier Thursday by his
physician as being "in extremely good spirits after ex
periencing the best night's sleep since he has been in the
Meanwhile, John W. Hinckley Jr., the accused assai
lant of Reagan who is said to have vowed to get Reagan
at the possible cost of his own life in the desperate hope
of winning the heart of a young film star, was deemed
mentally competent to stand trial Thusday but was sent
to North Carolina for further sanity tests.
Magistrate Lawrence Margolis agreed with a court
appointed psychiatrist that Hinckley was "presently
mentally competent to stand trial," but told the govern
ment to conduct further sanity tests. Shortly thereafter,
Hinckley was flown to the Butner federal corrections
facility near Durham for the new examinations.
NCNB officials are warning customers who
have lost NCNB 24 and Visa credit cards. Jim
Walters, an NCNB vice president, said cus
tomers should not give their card code num
bers, over a telephone to anyone claiming to
be a bank official.
Bank personnel do not make such calls
concerning lost cards, he said.
Walters advises those who have already
given out their numbers to call the bank and
25" Full Suspension
black or tropic sand
2 Drawer 512 :
Without Lock, reg. 99,95
With Lock, reg. 117.95
4 Drawer 514
Without Lock, reg. 139.95
With Lock, reg. 162.95
YOU CAN'T PASS UP!
12 Park Plai
MALE HOUSEMATE WANTED for summer and
academic year. Enjoy a quiet comfortable house
within walking distance. $90 plus V utilities. Call
967-8001, ask for John.
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for summer
school, somewhat studious but also like to party.
Share 'j rent plus utilities. Carolina Apartment
facing pool. Call Pam 933-5236.
TWO ROOMMATES NEEDED for May 1 5th-Aug.
15th. Fully furnished, two-bedroom apartment, on
J bus-route. Rent negotiable. Call 929-5259.
SPEND THE SUMMER AT CAROLINA
APARTMENTS FAMOUS BEACH. Need 1 or
2 roommates to share S295 rent plus Vi or lj
utilities for completely furnished 2 bedroom
apartment with AC, l' baths, new carpet,
Soloflex weight machine and sliding glass
doors opening onto pool area. Possible option
for Academic year too. 967-5561 after 2 p.m.
USED AND RARE BOOKS for the reader and
collector. Half-price paperbacks. Search service.
Open seven days a week. The Book House, 504 W.
Franklin St. 929-5224.
MUST SELL 1980 VESPA: 2300 mile. 70-109
MPG. 55 MP1I. great commuter, $1550 new, ask
$1200 or best oSer. 933-2490.
1966 ECLAIR CHEVROLET for sale. Run
moot My. has brand new tire. Asking $450.
967-7639 (home) or 966-1161, ext. 216 (work),
as,k for Jean.
FOR SALE: Two 16-ft. Tamer Sailboats, with
accessories. Call Peter Rtntes at 549-8421
(work) or 942-4363 (home).
SENIORS, take the "BEST" of Chapel HJ1 with
you when you graduate. "The Best Ptwsiif In
Chapef H2ir Final Clearance now orJy $2 CO. Ca'i
NEED A GOOD OLD DEPENDADLE CAR? I
have a 1965 Plymouth Valiant-Slant 6 eniin for
only $450 00. Contact Ben Key 411 Winston
FOR SALE: STYX TICKETS for April 1 1 show in
Greensboro. Tkket 20 feet bom stage, bt o&ff,
Ca3 DurKam 4S1-54C-3 after 4 p.m. .
CATAMARAN SAILBOAT FOR SAIE. with new
mala sa4. AJo .b plus tfaut. A3 in great
cski;kn, tWtis four people. Bar sain at $1450,
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Bengali oliootiny affecto poll
WASHINGTON (AP) The attempt on President Ronald Reagan's life
was followed by a sharp jump in popular approval of the way he is handling
his job and a smaller increase in support for tougher handgun controls.
The president's approval rating climbed 11 points from Sunday, the day
before the shooting, to Tuesday, the day after the assassination attempt, the
Washington Post-ABC News poli said.
The nationwide telephone survey of 505 adults showed that 73 percent of
those contacted approved of the way the president was handling his job.
The proportion that disapproved of the president's job performance fell
from 23 percent to 16 percent.
The remaining 1 1 percent expressed no opinion.
Embaesy io attacked again
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) Two rocket-propelled, anti-tank
grenades and six bullets were fired at the U.S. Embassy during the night but
no one was hurt, a press attache said Thursday.
One rocket hit a credit union building being built near the mission, the other
hit a vacant lot and one bullet hit an embassy window.
No group claimed responsibility for the attack, the fifth in four weeks, and
it was not known whether leftist guerrillas or rightist extremists were responsible.
Rightists and leftists each have been blamed for two previous attacks on
the fortress-like embassy.
Phiily transit strike
PHILADELPHIA (AP) . A 19-day transit strike that halted buses, trol
leys and subway trains for 400,000 Philadelphia commuters ended Thursday
with a tentative contract agreement, and the union's president ordered his men
back to work. ' ,
The settlement was announced in the presence of a beaming Gov. Dick
Thornburgh, who said he had been in close touch with negotiators.
The hiring of part-time workers was the stumbling block that froze contract
talks, but the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority dropped
that demand in return for concessions on a proposed pay increse from Local
234 of the Transport Workers Union.
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All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before ad is to run.
WANTED: TWO STYX TICKETS. Will pay the
going price. Call 933-4573 anytime. Keep trying.
Ask for BUI or Gabe.
WANTED: GOOD QUALITY 21" FRAME bicycle
to borrow or rent (money, cleaning, servicing) for
bike less friend for occasional half-day pleasure
touring. David Hardt 436 Morrison, 933-4263.
NEED TO SUBLET Klngswood Apt. for summer.
Rent $73 plus V utilities. Also need two female
roommates for next year. Call 942-1351 ask for
WANTED: 3-BEDROOM CAROLINA APT.: Wefl
pay $25.00 if youH let us take over your lease
starting May. We're desperate!! Call 933-0432
SOON!! Thanx alot.
CAROLINA APT. available mid May thro Aug.
Two b-rooms. Excellent condition. Partially
famished. Directly across from pool? May rent
free. Other month negotiable. Call 967-2439.
RENT NEGOTIABLE for Millet beautiful 2
bedroom Carolina Apartment, available mid May
thro mid August. CaU 933-3621 or 933-2910.
NEED A FURNISHED APARTMENT FIRST
session summer school? 2-bedroorn Kingwood
Apartment for rent from mid-May to mkl-JuJy.
$243. Next to pool. c. L-bus. Call 967-5534.
TOWNHOUSE APT. FOR SUMMER SLTJXT.
Three-bedrooms partially fyrnUhed. Great
location! CaU 933-4CS2 and ak for Sharon.
SUMMER StTHXT; Two brdtoom Este Park
Apartment. Completely furnithed, bwktdifMi all
kiuhenware. A coui' toned. irnmWi pool, ots
bw rout. $250 a month, f hone 92) 9709.
NEED A GREAT PLACE TO UVE THIS
SUMMER? We need a Irmak to ubkt
ACed, carpeted. Rkrly fcimtshed apartrnerrt
on tif Lne. Ava.UtW f.f t ssion. Rent i l'0
rnontMy. Ca.3 929 C.l.
SUDIET WITH OPTION. One bedroom
uriitrfr.khed 20 yar di frons paxA, laundry, bws slop,
mni c !Te. Q Ari wi:h AC and plenty of patkteg,
MJ May 967-3121.
SfXLET 1 CIUROOM fornkh4 Oeeel!t
Aj-artmrr t. May 15-A j 15. Lat4 on J bus fcjj
wk'h po4 aid laun!ry Vrtad to IK roanpart. f fee
cable uUvU'mm and rent ta $15-0 a tnot.
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OLDE CAM rUS-Your day I coming?! Join the
Third Annual Old Campua Day Festlvifle on
April 11. See your Oldc Campus Representative
for more Information.
NINA HAPPY BIRTHDAY from your Jewish
mother. Try not to get too wild and drunk like last
AMS. have fun this weekend, I mean it. TeO J.P.
sorry I couldn't make It. Ill mis you. School work
by myself? Oh no. ILY. RF.
CRUM AND "GIRL" Happy EJrthdayi. women or
girls of UNC. I know having a wild time on your
birthday 1 would ay! Love Kirt Jackson.
KD'S-The lletb are great, but nobody play bad
Ilk the Teps-w let it all hang out-Trp are
HEY ALL YOU TAR HEELS who went to Phffiy
(Jan AND our beloved, awesome team), we
mksed a wild Mm on the 11.11 Let's make up for ft
Sat. night at Purds. Show Chapel 113 htm to
reaSfy celebrate. And remember... 1 wanna know
WHO! WHO OAT...WHO DAT TALKIN' UOUT
r LATIN" DEM HEELS... WHO DATT1 (Thank
LS.U.) See ya there!
HITvirS TO A "KEY" performance on
Saturday, Dr. Eytk-rS b tiilrlSnj of you!
Lots of luck and love. Sheryf.
HITCH: Received your message. Rendevou plan
have been changed to Friday. Found a "Gerry"
py, one cfosf to vs. VVl contact Ty and MoT.tt.
ECE, com Sunday youH no foft-w be a teenager .
lt,pe you have a IU?pv 20;!.! 1h&tl for belnj
the best sHier In the wutkS! Love, lJnda.
f KI NQI 3 SECTION 2: 1 Wt care HOW tkt tt
la n.iik2-yu get hoene and stuy thrt weekends
AMY BABY Girl of out dreama. We nd y ot
bel wUhes for yur buitiy yesterday. Sorry
we're late. We fov you. Janws. Ketth. Jerry.
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