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2fl"he Daily Tar HeelFriday. October 9. 1981 .
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The Associated Press
RALEIGH North Carolina authori
ses said Thursday, they were ill-equipped
to monitor conditions in migrant labor
camps such as one that resulted in the
death of a worker earlier this month.
Robert Pence, special agent in charge
of the FBI in North Carolina, said his
office did not have the manpower to
check the camps, but that complaints,
when lodged, were investigated.
State officials said it often is difficult to
prosecute such cases,, because the migrant
workers do not want to stay to prosecute.
Others are not willing to testify against
the people who hired them, Pence said.
So far this year, two camps in Jorth
Carolina have been raided and more than
25 workers freed.
A federal, grand jury Wednesday
The following employers and gradu
ate school representatives will be on
campus to discuss job opportunities
and academic programs on the date
Students can sign up for appoint
ments with these representatives 8
days ahead of the visit in the University
Placement Service, 211 Hanes Hall. A
resume is necessary at the time a stu
dent signs up for an interview. This is
put in the folder accompanying the
Policy Management Systems
Dow Chemical, USA
Arthur Young & Company
Georgetown University Law Center
Rice University Jones Graduate .
School of Administration
Columbia University Graduate
School of Business
Sharrard, McGee & Company
Cannon Mills (New York Office)
Cannon Mills (Kannapolis Office)
Union Oil Company of California
Southeast Banking Corporation
Price Waterhouse & Company
Price Waterhouse & Company
Naval Surface Weapons Center
grams, Secrist said.
"The mayor has been directed by the
(Town) Council to send a letter to the
(U.S.) president concerning the planned
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WE WANT TO PICK your brain! Team signups for
College Bowl - Mon.. Oct. 5 thru NOON Wed.
Oct. 14 at the Union Information Desk. '
ALL CAMPUS PARTY! After the W.F.U.. game.
Saturday night 10:00! Slg Ep house. Kgs! Be there!
APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE NOW ; FOR
housing and meal accommodations at Granville
Towers for the spring semester 1982. Please
visit Granville Towers south or ' telephone
929-7143. : . - J. r:'., r,
THE MUSLIM STUDENTS ASSOCIATION' of
U.N.C will have Salat tul-Jufha prayer today in the
Carolina Union at 1 pm. Everyone Is invited to
attend. " " vv; ' ; 4 '
ATTENTION SAILING CLUB MEMBERS: There
will be a cookout at our boathouse on University
Lake today at 4 pm. Come on put!; ;
lost z found
LARGE REWARD OFFERED FOR return of add-a-bead
necklace with 82 gold beads. Lost Saturday
night between Manly Dorm and Franklin Street.
Call Susie - 933-4841.
FOUND BROWN SHELL NECKLACE, between
Coker and Wilson Halls. To claim, call 933-6267
FOUND: MEN'S WATCH IN room 203 of Alumni
Hall. Call 933-1526 and identify.
LOST COCKER SPANIEL, BLACK and tan male.
Disappeared Monday, Sept. 23 near Estes Dr. '
Reward. If you have any information please call
967-2823 anytime. '
LOST: ONE BROWN WALLET uptown on Sat.
night. Must get back. Reward for return. Call
967-1 1 19 and ask for Pete.
LOST: BLUE WALLET IN Hamilton 100 on Oct. 7
am. If found, please call Lynn 933-7358. Need ID's
(2) and Athletic Passes. No questions asked.
I I OUND A VERY nice, heahhy cat tn a Kroger
parking lot. She is a small, solid gray (unspayed)
housecat, probably around a year old. She is free to'
anyone who will take good care of her. Please call
1-383-571 8 and leave message.
Kf.WAKl) Ol r LRLD FOR THE return of gold
bracelet with 16 gold beads. Please call 933-1423 if
charged a migrant labor crew leader and
three assistants with kidnapping and en
slaving workers at Rainbow Farm, loca
ted in rural Nash County, after 13 workers
were liberated. Authorities said one per
son died at the camp, possibly as a result
of heat exhaustion.
The grand jury charged that the defen
dants used false promises about job terms
and conditions to recruit and transport
the workers to Nash County, where they
were compelled to work under threats of
force and intimidation.
The indictment also claimed that a
crew member threatened to shoot and kill
another worker, Alvin Rhodes, when he
tried to leave the camp on the same day.
Justice Department spokesman John
V. Wilson said the indictment was the
first ever brought by the department
which charges slavery resulting in death.
RedistFiciiutg ' pIfllHS
The Associated Press
RALEIGH The state Attorney General's office told legis
lative leaders Thursday the new redisricting plans for state
House and Senate seats stand little chance of passing a federal
Legislative leaders later said they were considering, holding a
second special session of the General Assembly, perhaps later
this month, to revise the legislative redistricting plans.
Senior Deputy Attorney General James Bullock said he con
cluded the state's legislative reapportionment plans would be
difficult to defend after studying court cases in other states.
"We're just recommending to them, on the basis of the pre
sent plan, we feel it would be wise to reconsider it, Bullock said.
House Speaker Liston Ramsey and Lt. Gov. Jimmy Green,
who presides over the Senate, met with Bullock and other state
Justice Department officials on the issue Thursday.
The General Assembly is now nearing the end of a special ses
sion dealing with the budget. Ramsey said he would prefer to
have lawmakers recess Friday until a date later this month, then
have the House and Senate reapportionment committees go to
work on drawing new plans in the interim.
"I would hope the legislature would deal with this rather than
the federal courts," Ramsey said.
North Carolina's legislative and congressional reapportion
ment, approved by the General Assembly last summer during its
regular session, are the objects of a lawsuit in U.S. District
Court in Raleigh. .
The NAACP Legal and Education Defense Fund filed the
suit Sept. 16, charging that state House and Senate districts were
in violation of the Supreme Court's one-man one-vote ruling.
The suit also challenged the congressional district plans on
grounds that blacks were discriminated against because Durham
County was placed in the 4th rather than 2nd Congressional
Bullock said he believed the congressional plan could be suc
cessfully defended, and that the major problems were in the
House and Senate mapsl
cuts," he sakLrA, litter has, also been sent
to key federal transportation committee
Although the federal budget cuts pose a
NEEDED: PERSON WHO DRIVES to cans for our
5 year old Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12 pm 'til 3
EARN $5hour in U.S. Environrnerrtal Protection
Agency breathing experiments on the UNC-CH
Campus. We need healthy non-smoking males, age
18-40, with no allergies and no hay fever. Initial
time committment is 10-15 hours, including free
physical examination. Call 966-1253 for more infor
mation, 8-5 Monday-Friday.
WANTED: RESPONSIBLE PERSON FOR de
livery of promotional materials 2-3 times per
week. Transportation helpful but not required.
CaO Jim Mondays or Thursdays at 967-8786.
WANTED TEMPORARY RESEARCH CONSULT
ANT for child sexual abuse prevention project, (one
of six, in the country.) Requires pre post test and
impact study development This innovative project
should provide student with thesis, dissertation, or
journal article material. Call Judy little, Alamance
Caswell Mental Health by October 16. 1SS1 (919)
FAST-PACED PROGRESSIVE PRODUCTION
department looking for full-time experienced type
setter to operate Compugrahpic Edit Writer 7700.
S peeing and setting type for publications and ads.
Apply in person to the Village Advocate, 88
McClamroch Circle off Weaver Dairy Road, Chapel
WANTED: ANYONE WITH KNOWLEDGE of
making moonshine, quilting, butter churning,
clogging, herbal medicine or anything related to
Appalachian folklore, etc. Call 933-7827 for
info, ask for T.J.
WANTED: ARTISTICALLY INCLINED PERSON
for design & decoration for Holiday Parties. Modest
pay but unequalled benefits. Call Jim Mondays or
OVERSEAS JOBS Summeryear round.
Europe, S. Amer., Australia, Asia. AO fields.
$500-$ 1200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write
IJC Box 52-NC-l Corona Del Mar. CA 92625.
WANTED PART-TIME DISHWASHER. Saturdays
3:00-7:00 pm, and available to substitute
occasional week day afternoons. Call between 8 8c
10 am for an appointment 929-7136 A Southern
Season. . 1
1974 CAMARO. 50.350 actual miles, air,
radio, excellent interior, new battery, two new
tires, runs well, book value $2250. Mininum bid
$1600. Call 929-8304 or 929-5914.
GET READY FOR FALL buy my ladks Dingo
boots. Size 8V2M. Worn only once $25. CO. Abo
music 41 records Listening to Music $10.03
Call 968-1206 evenings.
IMPROVE YOUR GRADES! Research catalog -306
pages 10.278 topics Rush $1.00. Box
25W7L. Los Angeles, 95X525. (213) 477-8228.
The maximum penalty is life in prison.
Charged with conspiring to violate the
constitutional rights of six workers by
keeping them in involuntary servitude
and slavery were Dennis Warren, 19, of
Orlando, Fla.; John L. Harris, 39, who
was born in Bullock, Ala.; Richard War
ren, 22, brother of Dennis Warren; and
Halsey Norwood, who is reportedly in his
The Warrens were being held in the
Wake County Jail in Raleigh. Pence said
the other two men were still being sought.
On Sept. 13, worker Robert Anderson
collapsed and died in the field shortly
after Dennis Warren had ordered him to
continue, digging potatoes despite the fact
that Anderson was spitting blood, the
grand jury charged.
Dr. Robert E. Zipf, Nash County
J:threai to lo transit programs, the effect
is presently unclear, Lathrop said.
"This year's budget is already set. It
looks like we are safe until next Jury (end
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STUDENT REFERRAL DISCOUNT PLAN!
MR. ICS MUSIC SHOW features a live disc jockey
playing rock, disco, beach, and new wave and your
requests for any party. Call 942-5293 $100 four
PUT THE DEACONS ON ICE! Beat a refrig
erator frosa Stadsat Bcfrlgcntor Costal
Ssrtics. AvaSaMs mum at special rate.
Coatact 9S2-39C2. fjaloa Salt B.
Room 23, Tses day-Thursday, October
13-15, 1-5 1
I NEED 3 TO 4 guest tickets for USC or Qemson
game. Call Gina at 933-1731 will pay any price! .
WANTED: 100 UNC CARRBORO students
who are registered to vote. Help ABC restore
financial stability and save the bus system. Cal
WANTED TWO GUEST PASSES for this week's
Wake-UNC game. Please caO John at 942-5275.
WANTED: 1 GUEST PASS to UNC-South
Carolina game. 3 or 4 non-student tickets to UNC
Qemson game. Call 967-4178.
NEED THREE GUEST PASSES to the Carolina
Oemson game. Call 967-1834 even If you only have
WANTED: 100 UNC CAE713QRO students
who are registered to vote.'X-P ADC restore
financial stability and save the bus system. Call
NEEDED: 1 GUEST PASS for S.C game October
24. Please make a recent UNC alumnus happy! Ca3
933-1466 and ask for Becca. Thank you!
WANTED! TWO GUEST PASSES to Souther
Carolina game. Will pay your price! Call Brian
at 942-5177, or leave a message.
PLEASE CALL 933-4165 IF you need to sell an S.
Carolina guest pass. Willing to pay your price.
I NEED ONE GUEST pass to UNC-South Carolina
game. Will pay reasonable price. Call Lynn
NEED ONE STUDENT GUEST pass for UNC
Qemson game. WIS pay a handsome price. CaS
SUCLET: 2 EEDHQOM ESTES Park Apartment
January 1. 19S2. Swimming pool, tennis courts,
laundry facKlties, on bus Ene. Call 942-4591. Keep
TWO RIDES NEEDED TO New Orleans or as close
as possible for Eall Break. Help wgas and driving.
Ca2 Lisa 933-5255 or Kevin 933-4254.
medical examiner, said the preliminary
cause of death was heat exhaustion, and
the death has tentatively been ruled acci
dental. He said he was still running tests on the
victim, who was about 40, to determine if
he ingested anything toxic.
Pence said there were more thanO
workers in the camp when FBI agents en
tered Sept. 22 and promised protection
for those, who wanted to leave. He said
six people left, and when agents returned
SepU 25 to search the camp, another
seven workers asked to leave.
Pence said the crew had worked on the
farm two or three weeks before two men
escaped, claiming they had been held
against their will. The men contacted the
state Department of Labor, which in turn
notified the FBI.
In other legislative action, Orange County's Rep. Patricia
Hunt took the floor of the state House Thursday to apologize
for a published story in which she criticized House Speaker
Liston Ramsey as "not a very competent person."
The story, in Thursday's editions of the Winston-Salem Jour- -nal,
also quoted Hunt as saying the House was run by a clique of
Ramsey cronies, and that she would resign her seat to accept an
appointment as district court judge from Gov. Jim Hunt.
"I apologize to you for any embarrassment, any inconve
nience for even taking up your time on the floor of this House,"
"But I felt I had to say that I am very sorry for anything that
might have been written in the paper. ' .
"I do not feel that you are incompetent. I do not believe you
are incompetent. I did not say that," she said.
In the emotion-filled speech to her House colleagues. Rep.
Hunt said she recognized her political philosophy was more
liberal than most of the other House members. But she said she
had made many friends among her colleagues and hoped they
would remain friends. .
In the Journal story, Rep. Hunt, a Chapel Hill lawyer in her
fifth term in the House, said one reason she was resigning her
seat was because of Ramsey. ,
Hunt told the Journal she expected to be appointed by Gov.
Hunt to fill one of several newly created district court judge
ships. Gov. Hunt's press secretary Gary Pearce said Gov. Hunt had
talked with Rep. Hunt about a judgeship but had made no ap
Also Thursday, the state House overwhelmingly approved a
bill Thursday that would authorize the state and Virginia Eleo
trie & Power Co. to negotiate the placement of a power line
through a portion of Jockey's Ridge State Park.
The bill was sent to the Senate, where approval also was need
ed during the current special session of the General Assembly if
the negotiations are to be allowed
From page 1
of the fiscal year),'!" jJathrop said.: I
We really don't know right how what
effect the federal budget cuts will have on
local transit programs. It's mere specula
tion at the moment."
NEED RIDE TO ATHENS Georgia over Fall Break.
Wm heb with gas. Call 929-1464. Ask for Jack.
RIDE NEEDED TO TAMPA AREA or within hour
or two for Fall Break. Will share gas and driving.
CaS Laura, 942-4294.
RIDERS NEEDED TO NORTHERN
VirginiaVienna area leaving Friday, October 17,
around noon. Call 942-5308. Keep trying! 4.
ROE DESPERATELY NEEDED TO Philadelphia
or NYC for Fall Break. Can leave 12:00. Oct 15.
Wifl split costs. Call Chris 933-7276.
RIDE NEEDED TO HATTERAS, N.C or anywhere
along Outer Banks, Nags Head etc for Fall Break.
Will share expenses caO Lynn 942-8182.
DONT FEEL LIKE DRIVING down to Florida for
FaB Break? I have room for one in private plane!
Leaving Thurs. Call roe quick! 933-5247.
NEED RIDE TO SILVER Spring. Maryland area
over Fall Break. Will share expenses. CaO Carole at
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Share 2 bedroom,
Estes Park Apt, completely furnished. Good
atmosphere for study. On bus route, tennis courts.
$100 a month plus utilities. Phone 929-9709.
GRADUATE STUDENT OR PROFESSIONAL to
share 2-bedroom townhouse at Laurel Ridge. Furn
ished except one bedroom. Call Lenny, 942-5015.
MALE CHRISTIAN ROOMMATE WANTED.
Share 2 bedroom Kingswood Apt. $110month
plus lh utilities. L bus route. CaO Dave or James at
967-7517 after 6.
LIBERAL, MATURE ROOMMATE TO share smaO
house with 2 easy going others. $95mth. V
utilities. 10 min walk. Non-smokers preferred. Mark
S29-19S2 keep trying.
OH, WHERE IS OUR wandering book tonight? The
Complete Prep, for the New MCAT, Vols. 1 & 2,
Come home! AO is forgiven. It will take mucho time
& money to replace you. Please return to the library
in Nash Hall.
WELL GOLLY GOSH MAUTZ - It looks Eke
you've made it past your teens. I don't know how we
survived with "what, time is it?" at MMs. bitchy
birthday parties, my FAVE history class, our own
international wierdo club, pub crawls, boring
soccer, rugby, and field hockey matches, tears in
our toasted almonds, haircuts, what's his name?
the do-it-yourself cheap trip to California, "Art you
a married man?" Khaki pants, and God save the
' Queen? - Later, but here's to more of the same?
STAR FRIEND I miss your madness. The Fetzer
stars may be brightest, but how many constellations
are you dabbling in? Sincerity or mere conquest?
TITHZZ ATJE MANY EiXT-yd beavtlca
9a tb ad vtaff! Ftwse opacify aex or
toa dlsfiss-sis&ias characteristic.
C1C? K. YOU S03, what happened? Did my
designer jeans get to you? TLC
BIRDS LIKE POPCORN AND Red Monte Carlos. I
Eke you. 1 might not wear shoes but Ffl take any
walk invitations. 'Alison!
TO THE GIRL WITH the noisy dogs by Kenan Wed.
night. If you'd Eke to trade that clop clop clop for a
buzz reply DTH. Lonely pedestrian.
Mourners will be protected
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) Egypt assured foreign dignitaries Wednesday they
would be adequately protected during President Anwar Sadat's state funeral.
Officials also said some policemen and one Moslem extremist were killed during
clashes in the southern city of Assyut. J'
"They will be protected," Egypt's undersecretary for foreign affairs,
Ossamael-Baz, said of the world leaders who are due here for the Saturday ser
vices. "The fact an incident (Tuesday's assassination) took place does not mean
the country is unsafe."
The original funeral plans and route have been simplified to facilitate security.
El-Baz also told a news conference that "we understand the reason why Pres
ident Ronald Reagan is not coming." The White House said Reagan would not
attend the funeral because of security considerations.
He also said police repulsed an effort by a few young men to storm two
police stations in Assyut, a city 240 miles south of Cairo on the Nile River and
known for its Islamic fundamentalism.
WASHINGTON (AP) As a delegation including three former president
prepared to deliver a mournful American tribute to Anwar Sadat, President
Ronald Reagan invited the slain Egyptian leader's successor, Hosni Mubarak,
on a state visit early next year.
Reagan issued the invitation through Ashraf Ghorbal, the Egyptian ambas
sador here, when the envoy visited the Oval Office to receive Reagan's condo
lences on the assassination.
The president, in a voice barely audible to reporters, told the ambassadoi
that since Sadat's death Tuesday, "depression settles on me. You get busy do
ing something, and then it comes back again. It's a tragedy. How useless, how
Shuttle repairs nearly complete
WASHINGTON (AP) The space agency said Thursday that repairs to the
space shuttle Columbia were almost completed, and set a new launch date of
Nov. 4 for the ship's second orbital flight.
The decision was made after officials of the National Aeronautics and Space
Administration reviewed progress of repairs being made to the craft as a result
of a damaging fuel spill Sept. 22. The accident forced postponement of a plan
ned Oct. 9 launch. -
The spill of caustic nitrogen tetroxide fuel occurred when crews were pump
ing it into a fuel tank with Columbia on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral,
Fla. The liquid poured over an area of about 100 square feet in the nose section
and reacted chemically with material that bonds heat-resistant tiles to the ship's
' v . '"tOC; ;
Reagan ponders gas decontrol ?
WASHINGTON (AP) Despite unanimous agreement among his Cabinet
advisers for accelerating the decontrol of natural gas, President Ronald Reagan
on Thursday once again postponed making a decision on the matter, said
Energy Secretary James Edwards. ' ?
Edwards said Reagan heard a 15 to 20 minute discussion of the issue before
his Cabinet Council on Natural Resources, but put off approving a plan that
had been in the works since last summer. 1
' Edwards said the delay was in part a question of timing and a desire.by Rea
gan -to getlsis lat&t . round jof&udgetcut u
the issue of decontrol.
The energy secretary, who briefed reporters following the meeting, would
give no prediction on when Reagan's decision will be made.
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12 (noon) one business day before publication.
DOUGZE - MY SWEET BABOO. If
deserves a great B-day, yosi do! Thte
weakend la yotsrs, tlopa yos ceoy it, Ky
lov. Strawberry Sfeott Caka.
TO MY CPA THANIS for three wonderful weeks of
Dr. Pepper magnolia trees surprises crutches befog
silly and Just plain fun! .Love your Little AngeL
NEAL, BIG 20 IS here.
Gone are afl those teenage years!
But it wffl be Fun,
Cause you are THE ONE!
Love ya, CBc Leader on campus.
HAPPY 18th STACFJ YOU'RE die best
roommate and friend in the world! You're also a
great skwewy wabbit, Artie! Remember T.F.,
P.R.. and S.F.B. Love, Kabfata.
TIM. THANKS FOR a great weekend in Atlanta.
Looking forward to many more road trips with you
and Bud Light I Love You, P.S.
GRACIO HAPPY . 20th BIRTHDAY woman!
Thanks for, everything-listening, encouragement.,
sharing, good times, and befog there for me during
the bad times of life: something I have an Insatiable
procBvtty toward! Have fun tonight! Love, your
roomie Reb (the crazy child with plastic football B's
and a dying moth).
ATTENTION:-CONTRIBUTORS TO THE "David
H. joke book" Please call Q.P. for . your
assignments. "The "book should be awesome and
tremendous. Thanksl Queen Prep.
HEY GUYS! CAROLINA GIRLS reafly love
southern gentlemen! The David H. charm school
will teach you aS you' need to know! References:
PiKA BIG SISTERS THANKS for decorating my
room, especially to a certain late night phantom.
Still, collecting clues until this afternoon GW.
YOf PHOOTBALL TEAM: SATURDAY is
Phlo's birthday. Show her you care ... score at
least 21 point in honor of her twenty-first PS:
Phlo. Have a Happy!
TO BERTS MOMMY, I hope you have the best
21st birthday ever. Tonite WILL be fantastic! Have a
biscuit Love ya loads, Bert's Daddy.
SCOTT: WE COULD ALL be trockdrfvers. but I
deckled not to tighten the screws. No other way!
Name Bilbo's gang (aS 13) for a free beer. luv, your
MUFFY. DESIGNER CIGARS AND REO?t Now
really, is that good taste? Try coming out against it
aS. Your friendly neighborhood copy girL
MYRNA. THANKS AGAIN FOR getting up at 4:00
a.m. for tickets.- Hope you feel better. Love, Mdba
(the PERFECT roommate).
PATTY: A REAL HORROR show time we have
with Emily and a malenky splash of rain. The rapid
river passed out on the couch. Eut who's the bride of
Frankenstein? Lot Ekes, G3.
FOR UZZE: THE C3ANVILLE Ciaolo.
Ceasoaabla rates. Frefessioaal servlca.
Nor& caaspas slrls, ca3 533-2411. Prefers
bfioctds, but tams down sm dates. C&3 soosw
YAM: HAPPY 19TH SEXYH Here's to another
year of Lockout, Harrison matches, fun dates
with wrestlers, "Michigan State" footbaO
players, strangers in the night Alabama Slams,
Thumpers at Kirk's, Famous Pizza, and 32.
We love you Candace! Lynn, Carol, Betty Judy,
Kathy. M.R., Tonya, and Blair. P.S. "Kiss me.
Tm not Irish!"
DEAR SHXU: THANKS FOR the breakfast and for
nursing me through my cold. Let's go to Swenson's
1 know you're Just "dieting" to! Lof, MLH!
BE AT PAUL GREEN Theatre tonight or tomorrow ,
at 8:00, for never was a story of more woe, than this
of JULIET and her ROMEO.
RUFFTN3 CLAIRE, UZ LINDA , Sue-Crock.
Tina, Shannan, Stacy, Pam. Cathy, Susan,',
Stephanie, Anette. Theresa. Lavte; Thanks for a
beautiful birthday. Friends are forever! Love. Lisa K..
BIRD - WELCOME TO CHAPEL HflU I hope you'
don't misunderstand what I said Thursday. 1 Love
You. J.B. .
CAROL McCRAW AND MKTTH McLemore.
together you both have made my life so much
more beautifuL Thank you for you! With love,
BROOKS. JENNY, MENETA, AMMA, Lesa. KikC
Maryann, John, Chuck Thanks for such a special
birthday. Even more, thanks for loving God and
encouraging me to grow. I won't turn back now. I
love you. In His love CSR Phil. 1:3-11. Isaiah 54.
MAGO HAPPY 18TH ONE day early from Thcrmy
Bingo and Bongo. Bet you're gonna raise id Just a
Utile bit Huh. Love ya to pieces Big B.
WELCOME: "STRANGERS IN THE right" 8th ;
floor GranvtSe South waits for you tonite.
HEY MAN! THIS MAY not be under the lamp tn the
mkk3e of campus means the same though. I love
you always! Your buddy.
THE GRANVILLE GIGOL IS watting for your call. .
933-2411. He lives to love. Nonstop. CaO soon, you
wifl be satisfied. Twenty-four hour serivce.
BUDS FROM GRAHAM - Irony of Ironies! How
can you accuse anyone of stealing phrases? Trace
the etymologies of BUD and . . .much as they
relate to the culture of Graham Dorm.
644 YOK3 APASimENT? Wa mmd
where? F!as reply sooa fa DTH
personals or plan road-os so that
w may asset.
CHARLES HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO the famous
psychic! Here's to lots of sweet dreams and a lasting
friendship! The dynamic duo, June and Cathy.
TODDLES - "HONEY" - THERE COULD be no
greater Joy than having you on top of us. Keep
coming down. We promise not to make you fed
cheap. Happy 21st! Love you massively, Karol and
CINDY WALKER: LOOKING FORWARD to
celebrating your 21st tonight. 1 know this year wOl
be your best! Love ya, Karol.
SCOTT. POTTER, DIDUCH. BOB, Scott.
Norman, Jim, Rich, Don, Trey: I have NEVER
spent a weekend at the beach with three more
enticing and skillful ball players! Pick up them cards
boys! J, G, E.
MISS YA JOS, THANKS for breakfast & good luck!
Does this mean we can't use our keys anymore
when we get back from pusg's? Pretzel.
SHAHON G. HAPPY BIRTHDAY as of torn morrow
youU no longer be a teenager. After the "Mickey
Mouse" frolics are over maybe we can play our own
tune The Old Man.
PC HAPPY BIRTHDAY! WHO could be luckier?
You've got a great girt, a great co-, and a great
friend (me!) Thanx for your confidence in me. F&O
break's gonna be a heS-raiscr. Jewish PC.
BARRY - CONGRATULATIONS ON A great
Derby Week. Hope all the hard work pays off for you
this afternoon coach! Win or lose, the celebration
starts tonight at 7.-00. Be there. Aloha.
TO TI IE TWO ARTICHOKES - remember: It's the
heart that mattes most, not the leaves!! Love,