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2The Daily Tar HeelFriday, September 24, 1982
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By JOSEPH OLINICK
Health care everyone needs it at some time -r jnd.
North Carolina is one of the cheapest places to get it.
North Carolina is ranked sixth in the nation in low
health care costs, according to Kay Lasater, director of
communications for the North Carolina Hospital
Association. The main reason is that the cost of living in
this state is very low compared to other states. Still,
hospitals are making efforts to reduce and contain health
An emphasis on outpatient care has been made in
most hospitals, Lasater said. Outpatient care cuts costs
by about 50 percent because one of the most expensive
elements of hospital care, a room, is eliminated.
At North Carolina Memorial Hospital a same-day
surgery program, which permits the patient to have cer
tain types of operations without an overnight stay, open
. ed earlier this year and, according to a hospital
spokesperson, it has been doing 25 to 50 operations each
Share buying is another method that some hospitals
are using to cut health care costs, Lasater said. In it,
separate hospitals join together like a co-op to buy sup
plies, engineering services anf computers. Or a hospital
buys through Carolina. Hospital and Health Services, a
Gemayel sworn in as Lebanon's president
The Associated Press
Amin Gemayel took over as Lebanon's
president Thursday, vowing to stop "the
vicious cycle of bloody violence" that has
gripped his land for eight, years.
"It expresses all we had in mind,
really," former Prime Minister Saeb
Salam, a Moslem, said of the Christian
president's inaugural speech. "We have
great hopes in him."
In the Mediterranean, 1,800 U.S.
Marines aboard the helicopter carrier
Guam steamed toward Beirut to join a
new three-nation, peacekeeping force
charged with guarding against further
Christian-Moslem bloodletting. The first
peacekeeping unit, 300 French
paratroopers, was expected in the
Lebanese capital Friday meaning, and the
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RAINBOW SOCCER REGISTRATION WILL con
tinue at SOOAVest Rosemary Street 10am-5pm.
Monday-Friday until September 24th. RAINBOW
SOCCER is a non-profit recreational community
soccer program with an emphasis on skSL striving
to void Itself of violence. It is open to people of any
age. sex or skSL For mora information call 967
CHAPEL THRILL! Interested in serving as Chapel
Thrill Chairman? Come by Suite C for an applica
tion and Interview time. Applications deadline: 5:00,
Fri., Sept 24th.
CREATIVE REALITIES 4 workshops for relaxa
tion, pleasure, personal growth. Creative Stress
Relief, Assertlveness Training, Awareness thru
Movement, Journeys thru the Arts. For bro
chure call 942-01 SC.
DONT TALK POLITICS UNLESS you register. Br
ing I.O. and proof of focal address. In municipal
building Sept 23, 29, SO.See pit for mors info.
FRESHMAN CAMP REUNION PICNIC will be
held this Sunday, Sept. 26th, 6:00 pm in the Forest
Theater picnic area. Pkass bring $2X0 to help
A CLEA3 CHOICE, llmm already kae a
oaWorcanixed reiJosu ISaa has to de
velop a oa-Thoanas X Ctt MA, Free
VmtZe Leciare fey Thomas T. Graft, LA
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IIZ3 PabSc Library. Topic TaacLisg of
JOIN US FRIDAY AFTERNOON FOR Happy
Hour 2 drafts for 254 and other specials to enjoy!
3:00-9:00 (come to Happy Hour and get in FREE
LSAT! A PRACTICE LSAT w3 be administered
by the pre law club in 101 Greenlaw, Sunday,
Sept 25 from 1-5 pm. New format Is used. Free!
ALL ECAAILC:i3 rHTmTD la forsa
bra a wim&mssZ&2 cSab. Tr?a to area lakes
aad t&a feaacSi. CzZan strict aauS wStaat
boards ardcossa. Ca3 evelas SS7-C51&
REWARD OFFEHED: LOST! TWO rings with senti
mental vsJue. A black onyx and a diamond cluster,
on 4th floor Health Sciences Library. CaH: Amelia:
LOST TVwCTSTTS, HKI. r.TH1 1
test Ss&trdav la vlzlzZly cf Hadarsoa
Ct Hswwtd. CH 1J or
t&t Csit Vlm or CaWtSi Loaveca.
health costs relatively low
purchasing agency which promotes shared services.
Many hospitals are trying to make physicians more
aware of procedures that drive health care costs up, such
as admitting patients a day or two early and unnecessari
ly keeping patients in the hospital, Lasater said.
Also, hospitals are making their doctors more aware
of the high costs of tests and laboratory work in an ef
fort to reduce unnecessary testing.
Dr. Edward Shahady, director of family medicine at
NCMH, said that over-testing by doctors is a result of
the system that trains them.
"The system of training doctors does not look at the
behavioral aspects as it does the physical," he said.
"Doctors are trained to make sure there's not something
biological there. So, they order tests. This type of
philosophy sometimes leads to inappropriate and costly
ordering of tests.
"I'm not saying our system is all bad. Our training
system needs to place proper emphasis on common pro
blems." Shahady said he thought outpatient care was good
because the patient can be seen by a doctor that is
familiar with him or her.
"One of the items that I think would reduce the cost
of medical care would be for the doctor to know his pa-
Marines on Saturday.
Recriminations from last week's Beirut
refugee camp massacre continued, to rock
An estimated 3,000 demonstrators,
shouting "Begin resign!," marched on
Prime Minister Menachem Begin's home
as protests continued over his
government's refusal to authorize an in
dependent inquiry into Israeli conduct
during the mass killings, which were car
ried out by Israel's Lebanese Christian
The respected Israeli newspaper Haaretz
quoted two Israeli soldiers stationed near
the massacre scene as saying they
suspected a slaughter was under way in the
Palestinian camps and had informed their
commanders, but were told: "It's all right,
FOUND SMALL ITEM OF Jewelry in GranvOe
parking lot Identify at Ti. Kemp Jewelry, Univer
sity Square, 942-1331.
FOUND ONE SEASON GUEST pass on upper
deck of Horns side. Call 933-8161 and identify.
FOUND: SET OF KEYS outside of Whitehead
Dorm Friday morning. Expensive to rekey! Come by
or call Whitehead desk after 5 pm to claim. 962
7574. LOST: BETWEEN HAMILTON and Gardner on
920 two keys on ivory colored key ring with Eght
house engraving. If found please call 933-5842.
FOUND: HOWARD TODD JR: I have your
checkbook. Found in Murphy 111. Call Denise at
967-2646 and describe.
REMUS HUDSON-I FOUND something that
belongs to you. Call 942-6939.'
MISSING: GREEN L.L. BEAN knapsack from stu
dent store Monday at 12. Keep $ but PLEASE return
notes, books, & personal items (my only address
book!) To A.P.O. or call Bev (968-8137) REWARD
FOUND: PORTABLE UMBRELLA IN Student
Union. Come by DTH office to claim.
FOUND-ONE. SMALL GREY tabby near Mor
rison parking lot Please claim soon. We can't keep
her. Call: 933-4076.
FOUND: KEY CASE IN Carol Room 106 on
Wednesday 92282 after Econ 10 at 10 am. To
claim your keys go by DTH office and ask for Linda
(DTH 03ce phone 962-1163).
LOST: SILVER CLASS RING with blue stone and
initials CM3 engraved inside. Probably in the Pur
dysFranklin St vicinity. Great sentimental value.
Please call 933-0428.
FOUND: WALLET OUTSIDE STUDENT Union.
Drier's license etc Inside. Contact Tom at 933-4013
to recover. t
DONT YOU FEEL GUILTY? Whoever picked up
my rust North Face knapsack from Union game
' room Mon. at 1:30, could you please return it? No
questions asked. If s loss has caused me a bt of in
convenience. Contact Vanessa Sampson at
933-3303, 929-9099 or 837 Morrison.
STOLEN: GOLD "MONSAC BOOKBAG packed
with coursework, calculator, etc Am offering $50
reward for return of bag and contents. Anyone hav
ing information, please call 933-8266.
LOST GOLD SEIKO QUARTZ watch (ladies') sen
timental value $40 reward. Call 967-0323 tost
around the Pit or Pine Room.
EARN 15HOUR IN EPA breathing experiment on
the UNC-CH campus. We need healthy males, age
18-35, non-smokers for at least one year. For more
Information please can 966-1253, Monday-Friday, 8
ASTHMATICS EARN $150 IN a breathing experi
ment on the UNC-CH campus. Time commitment
is 20-25 hours over a 6-8 week period. Volunteers
must be male, age 18-35, with a current or previous
history of asthma. If interested please call 966
1253, Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm. ,
K.H ST31A r.TH VCLLTmxa tetcrs for
&e Chapal IIT3 School eystaas. The Cam
ps Y la lookia? for lat erected stadeats
sCa to donate a assail aosoat cf dae to
local schools. No tatoriaa experience
Beaded. Also, la desperate need of for
la lara" tntors. For store toforsza
taa csH iU Crsia at 529-4S.3, or Pass
Federaa at S23-C312 or s!za ap at the
Caasptts Y - room ICS. TIIAKIiS!
Israeli Defense Minister Ariel Sharon
says Israeli troops helped coordinate the
Christian Phalangist militia raid on the
two predominantly Moslem camps, but
never expected it to end in a massacre. He
says Israeli forces intervened to stop the
Lebanese Red Cross workers on Thurs
day dug for bodies among the earth and
rubble pushed up by bulldozers in an at
tempt to hide the bodies in the Sabra and
A spokesman said five bodies were
found Thursday morning, bringing the
total recovered to 298. Relief officials said
many more may be buried.
The Lebanese military prosecutor
general announced he had launched an of
ficial probe to try to determine who was
responsible for the killings.
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pressure needed for NCMH research project
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NEED DEPENDABLE, HARD WORKERS. Will
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at 3.-00. Check Union desk for Rm. No. Ask for
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CHILD SITTER NEED RESPONSIBLE person to
sit in my home after school (3:30-6:30) two weeks
per month need own transportation. Call 942-8464
DISHWASHERS WANTED: FEARRINGTON
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HIGHLY MOTIVATED STUDENT, ABLE to work
independently for exceptional earnings, needed for
on-campus position. For further details, write:
Southeastern; Box 1412; Clayton, Ga 30525.
WESTERN SIZZIIN STEAK HOUSE is now accep
ting applications for full-time part-time cooks, fry
cooks, and tine help. Apply 2-4 pm daily, 324 W.
Rosemary Street No phone calls please.
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in Durham. Call 962-1163 or 489-7800 after 6 p.m.
ask for Rejeanne.
WANTED! MANAGER and PHOTOGRAPHERS to
work part-time with U.N.C. groups. Must have
35mm camera and three years experience. Earn
$5.00-$10.00 per hour. Send resume and recent
photograph to: 101 Woodland St, Morganton,
IMPROVE YOUR GRADES! Research catalog
306 pages-10,278 topics-Rush $1.00. Box
25097C Los Angeles, 90025. (213) 477-8226.
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tients and the environment they live in," he said.
Shahady went on to say that a doctor was less likely to
order unnecessary tests if he was familiar with the pa
tient. Like hospitals,. Blue Cross and Blue Shield is trying to
cut down health care costs. It is doing so by offering
doctors incentives to treat cases in their offices' or in
clinics, according to the NCHA.
NCMH has been trying to eliminate health care costs
by improving health with Good Life, a health education
program. Some of its programs for the public are on
preconception health, stress management and first aid for
One of the newest trends in health care is represented
by Minor Emergency Medical Services on Chapel Hill
"For less complex problems, it (the center) certainly is
better in terms of cost and convenience," John Braun,
the center's adrninistrator said. "If I'm having a heart
attack or something serious, I'm going to the hospital."
uWe see general to complex bone breaks, female pro
blems, sore throats, cases of venereal disease and a lot of
pediatrics." ' " 4
"Minor emergency medical care centers are a fast
Amin Gemayel, 40, a political leader of
the Phalange Party, was elected president .
by the Lebanese Parliament on Tuesday,
replacing his 34-year-old brother Bashir,
the Phalangist militia leader and president
elect who was assassinated in a bomb blast .
He took the oath of office before the
assembled Parliament at a military school ,
on Beirut's outskirts.
"I shall offer no program of a new era
because a single concern grips us now. .
This is to stop the vicious cycle of bloody
violence on Lebanon's soil," he declared.
"The wars of others in Lebanon and at
Lebanon's expense must stop. This will be
accomplished by a strong, independent
sovereign state capable of safeguarding
public freedoms and bringing about a
withdrawal of all foreign armies from the
entire soil of the homeland."
KELP! RIDE NEEDED TO Pensacola, Fla. for Fall
Break. WU1 take ride to Montgomey, AL or vicinity.
Can assist with drivingexpenses. Call Lynda at
WANTED: HIDE TO PHILADELPHIA, PA. or
vicinity for Fall Break. WI3 share expense s
and leave whavr yon desire. Call Missy at
933-2962 or leave message.
GOING HOME FOR FALL break? Need a ride or
rider? The DTH will have a RidesRiders section in
the October 1st and 4th editions of the paper. Any
one interested in placing an ad should come by the
DTH office no later than Wednesday, September 29
at 12:00 noon. BONUS: Ad will run both days for
the price of one.
RIDE NEEDED FOR FALL Break. Plan 1: Round
trip to Boston. Plan 2: Trip to Ithaca N.Y., from
Boston. Will share expenses and driving. Call
I NEED THREE GUEST passes for the UNC-State
game. Will pay almost anything. Thanks! Call Patti
WOULD LIKE TO TRADE my 5 card section tickets
(section 16-row y) for 5 upper deck seats together
for Army game. Call 929-3107. - .
WANTED: 2 GUEST PASSES to N.C State-UNC
football game. Can Pete at 933-6115 with price.
I NEED 2 TICKETS to UVa game. Prefer regular
but will consider guest tickets. Will buy or trade 2
Maryland or 2 Bowling Green (40 yard line tickets).
Call Robyn at 933-1472 keep trying!!
HARP LESSONS with Jacquelyn Bardett, Solo
Harpist of the - North Carolina Symphony.
IMMEDIATELY NEEDED ONE MALE roommate
for Q-l Kingswood Apt V rent call 933-3302 and
ask for Donna or 933-4275 and ask for Tart.
DANA-A REMINDER: Study hard, sleep well, eat
wen, have a social life, remember the 3 and 1 rule,
and DONT DATE WIERD BOYS (particulierement
sUs sont plus etranges que moi) G.B.
WANTED. Aware, knowledgeable CHANGE
COUNTY CITIZENSs concerned with day care,
housing, environmental, health, education Issues.
To nHCI3TE2 by noon October 3rd and to VOTE
F03 SIZHL MARSHALL, DEJIOCSAT, FOS
CEAN&S COUNTY CG2ZSS0?.T3.
A.M.C TGIF! ShaB we do it again? The works
complete with HH, sunglasses, BUmpies, gold
chains, Lester polyester, and Troll's? The Bar
exam's tonight R
BILL, HAPPY ANNIVERSARY and GOOD LUCK
tomorrow. Love, Kathy.
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON The Senate
killed on Thursday a measure
designed to restore organized prayer
to the public schools, thereby
dashing the last remaining hope of
the "New Right" for a social-issues
victory in the 97th Congress.
Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C. , leader
of the conservative faction which
tried unsuccessfully to win anti
abortion, anti-busing and prayer
legislation this year, conceded the
battle was done for 1982. "We need
more horses," he said.
With the urging of the
Republican Leader Howard Baker,
the chamber voted 79 to 16 to call a ,
halt to the week-long battle over
Helms' proposal to strip the federal
courts of their jurisdiction on the
Helms vowed he would try again
next year in the expectation that the
fall elections will afford him more
The budget bill, to which Helms'
rider amendment was attached, now .
goes to the White House for Presi
dent Reagan's signature, would in
crease the $400-billion permanent
debt limit to $1.3 trillion, thus
allowing the government to borrow
enough money to pay its bills. :
RALEIGH About 200
demonstrators sang, prayed and
marched around the state Capitol
Thursday to protest the continuing
burial of PCB-tainted soil at a land
fill in Warren County.
r The mixture of young and old,
black and white protesters attacked
Gov. Jim Hunt for directing the
disposal of the toxic wastes at the
burial site. They vowed to return to
the site to continue the civil disobe
dience demonstrations that have led
to the arrest of 242 people in less
than two weeks.
The demonstrators chanted "We
don't want no PCB. Give it to
Hunt; don't give it to me," and
sang the 1960's protest anthem,
"We Shall Overcome," during the
"We're willing to lay down our
lives if necessary to keep PCBs out
of Warren County," said Leon
White, state director of the United
. Church of Christ's Commission for
White said the rally was a prelude
to another protest Monday at the
dump site, and he said a march to
- - Washington to protest the-dumping.
'-'waS'-planned. ' vnsvinu to
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SUPPORT THE HEMOPHILIA FOUNDATION
by pledging money to die Sigma Chi Trampo-line-a-thon.
Starts Sept 23, ends Sept 26.
Come and Join us in front of the Sigma Chi
house. Buy PTA pizza to support Hemophilia.
Use a coupon.
NICE SOPH, YOU SOUND Eke an Interesting per
son. Want to meet someone who is not so totally
HEY JUDE-YOUVE FINALLY made It to the big
181 Well celebrate and zoo this weekend like never
before. Happy Birthday! Your buddy Chris. .
WESE'YOU EVER IN Phi Tbeta KappaT
CaH mm please! Lef talk ahunnil No obli
gations. Contact Michelle, 967-6333 for
old dad ask.
HEY KATHY F! Let's run to Plttsboro for your eigh
teenth! Watch out for those walls! Have a happy!
Love, your roomie.
COBB VALS: THE BASH was, like, TOTALLY
RAD! And. like, LOVE those CAJ MINIS! Purrrrri!
The Valley Dudes P.S. Lef s do die TIME WARP
SAM, ONE YEAR AGO today, you started my
heart "sizzlin" for you. Now IH walk with you
anywhere. . . (I can stay out past 8:00 pm) Can a
"crush" work two ways? I Love You! Thanks for
perseverance and phone calls! Keep those booties
on! Your personal speech intern forever, EA.
DESZSE, I I'C ?E YOU rsaiizs that yoa are tha
best thing Otmk&m ever happened to ate. The
future wU be creat! Love, Stcphea.
D.W. ON SECOND WEST-I haven't seen your
rainbows by the pool lately as a matter of fact I
haven't seen you lately. Don't be so scarce I en
joyed your company! W.C. at Trolls.
MIKE P.-PLEASE FORGIVE us! We can't help it
we're stupid and forgetful! Please let us make it up to
you! Just name id Love, W.C, C.S., M.M., S.F.
MASSAGE IS HERE FOR all to try,
Young or old, girl or guy
If running has your legs in knots.
And studying has you seeing dots.
If stress and tension cramps your neck.
And workouts have you sore as heck.
Then Tm the one to come and see,
rH press and pull on your body
For thirty minutes, dollars five,
Youll be so loose, and feel alive.
So give a call until eleven.
ALH, HAS IT BEEN six months already? And yet it
seems I've known you a lifetime. Thanks for being
such a special part of my Hie. Looking forward to
this weekend. All my love, your little girl.
HAVE YOU HEAB THE sews!? Beta EL
and! David G. are ecssaged! If ye see
thesa today, coBgratalata them.
PAM, HAPPY 21st BIRTHDAY! Love, Jlmbo,
Stick, Eddie, Kung-fu, Thick, Leroy .Marcus, Levi,
Bubba, Metis, and me!
CHUCKLES, WE'VE COME A long way honey!
From sex, drugs, rock-n-roU to church, sex, drugs,
rock-n-roIL beach music, Pac-Man, Porthole, pop
tarts, TWZ, Dynasty, and you and met Remember,
fishes and hearts. Utile purple Sowers, Pooky bears,
and holding gloves! Happy One Ycari J Love You!
U.N.C SAILING TEAM. Good tack at David
son. Besaemben coaceatrate, be acressrve,
and bring back a good finish! JJP.
AND NOW MY UNCONVENTIONAL conven
tfonists, the LIVE CHAPEL HILL CAST of the
ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW invites you tq
do the Time Warp again with them every Saturday
at die Plan Theatre at Midnight
At a news conference before the
rally, Hunt told reporters the dump
ing would go on despite the pro
tests. He said he was sticking by
plans not to meet with opponents of
the burial until after the operation
was complete , ,-.
, GREENSBORO Nearly 1,000
black residents of Greensboro asked
the U.S. Justice Department Thurs
day to appoint a special prosecutor
in the November 1979 Greensboro
A petition bearing 921 names was
mailed to U.S. Attorney General
William French Smith on Thursday,
said A.S. Webb, a Greensboro
businessman and longtime
spokesman on the city's race rela
tions. Five anti-Ku Klux Klan
demonstrators were shot Nov. 3,
1979, at a Communist Workers
Party "Death to the Man" rally.
Six Klansmen and Nazis were ac
quitted of state murder charges.
A federal grand jury has been
probing the possibility of civil rights
' charges in the case. But some sur
vivorsof the shooting allege that the
federal government played a role in
. the shootings and could not conduct
an impartial inquiry.
The petition tells the U.S. at
torney general that the citizens are
asking that a special prosecutor be
appointed based on "numerous
allegations that law enforcement of
ficials at different levels in different
agencies have been involved in
criminal activity" in the Nov. 3
prices inched forward at an annual
rate of 3.3 percent in August as fall
ing gasoline and food costs returned
the inflation to the low levels of
earlier in the year, the government
Renewed restraint in nearly all
categories of the Labor Depart
ment's Consumer Price Index
meant inflation for the first eight
months of the year was at an annual
pace of 5.1 percent. If that holds for
the rest of the year, it would be the
smallest yearly gain since 1976.
At the White House, deputy
press secretary Larry Speakes said,
"The inflation figure has returned
to the excellent performance we had
in the beginning of the year."
The administration has been
counting oh greater consumer spen
ding to lead the economy out of the
Stubborn recession.' ; v i'jwz-"
NAK (ALIAS PAM DUNCAN). Happy 21st Birth
day! Way to go Chile! Looking forward to
"Mariakwakis!!. Love, Joy.
TARHEEUUM" IS HERE1 Buy balloons for the
Army game. Group purchases available. Call
929-2392 9-5, Monday-Friday. Sponsored by
the Sweet Carolines. Remember it's
VERNON D., THE 3 hours a week we spend
together In Math 30 never seem to be enough. We
arast increase our togetherness! Your lady of
TOTALLY DISCOURAGED: I TOO am tired of one
night stands. What are you doing Fall Break? Reply
F.D.A in DTH. P.S. Got two friends?
ALYSON, THANK YOU FOR six months of
happiness, learning, laughter, and especially
the toy of knowing myself through you. Thank
you for letting the teacher become the pupIL
Through you, I wi3 never cease to grow with my
UK1 HAPPY BIRTHDAY! You're sitting on top of .
the Hin and looking to faU but not before Purity's, '
Army, Seagram's, etc Love ya' EAP. ;
HAVE YOU BEEN TO BOND STREET? His j
Franklin Street for lunch or bring a picnic and head
over to Silent Sam to check It outi Wednesday at 1
HAPPY BIRDAY. Jeaniet
EL, HOPE YOU HAVE a happy 21st The year has
been great so far. Tm looking forward to the rest '
Have fun in aQ your meetings. TED. ',
WRIGHTS VILLE BEACH OH HERE we come, we ,
know Kappa's number one! We're going to miss ya H
this weekend. See ya Sunday. Love, KKG Pledges. !j
HELP JESSE HELMS in his fight to save
America! Do you support prayer in public
.schools, free and unregulated enterprise, badly
needed defense spending, and the Moral Majori
ty? Do you oppose abortion, wasteful social pro
grams initiated by free-spending liberals, and
Communist Intervention in underdeveloped
countries? If so, become a member of the UNC
Frtenda of Jesse Helm. Contact Greg Hinson,
615 Morrison. 933-4171.
ELEANOR HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Through sJ our
fist fights and good times, you've grown up to be a
woman. Congratulations! Love ETs tittle Sis.
COSEZSX CEDFOSD, I1AGNUM PA, or
better yet "KenaH"! I hope post have a
CHZAT EHmiDAYl Love ahvaye, yottr
"w" to aosae, you "dowa" to others.
EL HAPPY BIRTHDAY! You've mads Chapel Hill
someplace special, too. (Hectors, Uppcrdeck, Da
quirts, Morrison and Thursday nights.) Hops you
have a great 21st Love, KeL
TO THE GTJ. ON TOP-Happy Birthday, Christi.
Have a great weekend and enjoy the surfin', You're
finally legal! GSW.
G1NA-19 IS SO BORING! How many times
have we seen Janet and Brad? Last year jump
ing on Wheaties and pulling up Oliver. This
year piilowfights and matching EVERY
THING. Here's to Adanta and the great times to
come! Happy Birthday, Roomie. You are the
greatest! Love, Debbie.
DEAR STUDWOMEN, I finally "arrived." Sorry you
were unprepared for the occasion, so to speak. Giad
to sec you "scrabbled" your egs. Stay cool! "S.R."
HI DARLING! STILL WAITING-would Eke to
meet you this afternoon at Kenan Lab bike stand at