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T 2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, September 30, 1982 World Briefly Wo More Marines to land in Lebanon The Associated Press WASHINGTON The 800 U.S. Marines who landed in Beirut on Wednesday likely will be joined by another 400 leathernecks with tanks and artillery, possibly as early as Thursday, according to Pentagon officials. President Reagan said the Americans may stay in Lebanon even after Israeli and Syrian troops leave. The Pentagon officials said preparations were being made for additional forces and equipment to be sent ashore, but they stressed that the final decision had to be made by the Marines' commander, Col. James M. Mead. They said, however, that the expanded duties of the i FALL BREAK? Don't Miss I hat Trip to the Beach or Mountains Call us, we can help! Weekend Specials only driver need be 21 if ( j Li sn 15o50? If J DUOHAf.1 o C?o s 4- Vv ? Return ad and check or mdiuy order to the DTH of3ce by noon the business day before your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid. Rates: 25 words or less Students $2.00 Non-students $3.00 5 for each additional word $1.00 more for boxed ad pr boldface type Please notify the DTH oSce immediately if there are mistakes in your ad. We will be re sponsible for only the first ad run. announcements DONT TALK POLITICS UNLESS you register. Bring I.D. and proof of local address. In Carolina Union, Sept. 28, 29, 30. See pit for more info. LOVE TO EAT LOVE to write? Help with the FranKIa Street Gowrsaet! Organiza tional neeting Thursday, September S3, in Union at 4:C3 (rooaa nunber at desk). THURSDAY: PURDYS PRESENTS "bottomless cups Thursday" FREE BEER between 8 and 12. INTERESTED IN COLLEGE BOWL? Play In the intramural tournament team registrations, now available at Union desk, are due at Noon, Oct 6. Come play "varsity" sport of the mind." RELAXATION WORKSHOP OFFERED BY Re becca McCown, M. A. Licensed Psychological As sociate. Oct 13 and 20. Registration limited. Pre register by Oct. 5. Call 942-7154. APPLICATION FOR SCHOOL of Nursing. General College Sophomores and UNC-CH Juniors and seniors may pick up applications for 1933-84 academic year (begins 2nd summer session 1933) fat Room 1, Carrington Hall on October 5 at 7:00 p.m. The application process wul be discussed at this time. SEE THE ENORMOUS RADIO A Chamber The atre Production of John Cheever's short story on Wednesday September 29th & 30th at 8:00 PM in 203 Bingham Hall. Doors open at 7:45. Free Ad mission. .. YE OLE WAFFLE SHOP on Franklin Street is open 7 days a week until 11 p.m. Serving omelets, bur gers and dally specials. A LEGISLATIVE TASK FORCE to being formed by SCAU to research, monitor, and lobby issues that aSect students economically. Interested? Corns by the SCAU 0",ce in Suite B for more Info, on Friday at 2:00 pm! NEWMAN THE CATHOLIC STUDENT Center welcomes all members of the University community to our 11:00 am mass on Sunday, October 3. Discussion and refreshments wiU follow. CAROLINA UNION RECREATION COMMITTEE will meet on Thursday Sept 30 at 6 pm In the Union. lost Cz found GIRLS LARGE VELOUR SWEAT Jacket in student seating at Billy Grahams great lecture Monday night Call 929-2707. LOST-IN RAMS HEAD lot last week silver NCAA ring. Extreme personal value , reward oiler ed 942-1986. LOST: A GRAY MEMSERS only Jacket Lost around Morrison dorm. Phone: 933-4345 reward. FOUND: LADIES' GOLD WATCH on Franklin Street Monday. Call 967-C2S3 and Identify. KILT! LEATirrn WALLET (rast) and pale yeHow I.D. case taken from CU3 otZc Friday afternoon. Desperately need LD.'seenti fmcBfsJ Heme breIaceaLle. Reward 5S 2231 (est 275). FOUND: A SET OF keys outside Paul Green The atre before 9:00 class on Monday. Call 967-C293 to Identify and claim. . lie Marines made the additional deployment likely. ' Reagan notified Congress on Wednesday that the first contingent of Marines had returned to Beirut. His formal notification, required under the War Powers Act, said the troops "will not engage in combat," but may "exercise the right of self-defense and will be equipped accordingly." The president told Congress that the Marines would be in Lebanon "only for a limited period of time." But he later told reporters on a political trip that he expects the Syrians and Israelis to leave "sooner than Lebanon will be ready for us to" remove the Marines. as low as 200 free miles DURHAM 409-6531 CAlflCH 021-1020 CHAFUHIU 929-0361 OOOWWCH! I LOST SOME wary important keys between Village Apts.jand Breadman's Thurs, Thy are in a. leather .case .with initials DAL inside. REWARD! 967-0789. REWARD: HAND-MADE, double-banded wedding ring. Sept 20, 7:00, Wilson Park Tennis Court Gold, but really only sentimental value. Please help. 933-5877. Signed Broken Hearted. LOSE GLASSES FROM TEWKSBURY or Med ford? Call and Identify. 933-6626. L. W. B. I found your keys. Call 942-7103 to iden tify, (between 5:30 and 7:00) STOLEN: ONE BROWN LEATHER purse with bro ken strap, contents leather wallet, checkbook, picture album, and Ray-Ban glasses. Also keys and I.D. No money was in purse but GREAT sentimental value. Call 933-5186 or 933-1174 evenings. FOUND IN PIT: SET of 2 CM car keys and two dorm keys. Contact Union desk or APO lost and found. MITCHELL VANN: WE HAVE your bus pass at the check cashing booth in the Student Stores. STOLEN: GOLD "MONSAC" KNAPSACK from Union Bowling Alley on the 20th between 3:00 and 4:15. Anyone having any information, please caH 933-8266. Reward is offered. FOUND: PRESCRIPTION GLASSES DURING Kenan Stadium clean-up after Saturday's game. Claim by identifying at the Naval Armory on cam pus. : . u m . FOUND: CALCULATOR BETWEEN LEWIS and Joyner at 10:30 Monday night. Call to identify: 942 8687. . help wanted EARN S5HOUR 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 call 966-1253, Monday-Friday, 8 ara-5 pm. . 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. PAID MALE VOLUNTEERS WITH high blood pres sure needed for NCMH research project 962-0203 9 am to 4:30 pm, NEED DEPENDABLE, HARD WORKERS. Will pay $7.22 an hour. Interviews are every Wednesday at 3:00. Check Union desk for Rm. No. Ask for "GaT at Interview. GPSF. DRIVERS NEEDED WITH RELIABLE transportation. Mswt be at least 18 and own car. Call Roman Wins 929-3192. Good Pay. SUZUKI VIOLIN INSTRUCTOR for a 5 years old beginner. Need transportation to come In my house In Durham. Call 962-1163 or 489-7S00 after 6 p.m. ask for Rejeanne. MR. GATTTS IS NOW accepting applications for full-timepart-time inside crew, or drivers. Apply 1-5 dally. 104 W. Franklin St. " PART-TIME POSITION-IS to 20 hours a week processing orders, answering phone, typing (60 wpm) and maintaining records for Chapel Hill corn outer software firm. May lead to rail-time position, computer experience preferred. Call Chris at The Programmer's Institute. 439-2198. WANTED MALE AND FEMALE participants for a 12-weeks study. 18 year olds or older with moder ately severe acne. Fee oered. Sponsored by De partment of. Dermatology, UNC School of Medi cine. Call Carol Meyer Monday, Wednesday, Friday afternoons 1-5 pm. 966-3321. . . i WANTED: DELIVERY PEOPLE FOR E ill's Barbe que. Apply In person at 505 West Rosemary beside Dominoes Pizza. Apply from 9:00 AM-11:00 AM and 2:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M. WANT TO WORX WITH College Bowl Tourna ment? Call 962-1157, or come by 200 Union. Leave name and phone number for Julie. Man datory meeting Oct 5, 7 p.m. in Union. FREE MWF 11-1. Sunday nights 8-11? Need a Job? The Union Information Desk presents open shifts! Interested In these hours? Sign up for an interview at the desk by Monday, 11 October. Thank You. PRE-PHARMACY AND UNDECLARED MAJORS (and all other students who would like to know more about Pharmacy) SATUIKLI)A, irIBISIHl S 0-11:30 oo. at the JJBC Gcliool of Pharmacy Ocasrd Hall career information self-guided tours student life slide shows exhibits refreshments Take this opportunity to meet our students and faculty. All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must he received by 12 (noon) one business day before publication. i -HIGHLY MUuvnlfcO STUDENT, ABLE to work , . independently for exceptional earnings, needed for 4 on-campus position. For further details, write: Southeastern; Box 1412; Clayton, GA 30525. services IMPROVE YOUR GRADESI Research catalog 306 pages 10,278 topics Rush $1.00. Box 25097C Los Angeles, 90025. (213) 477-8226. SOMEDAY YOU'LL NEED THIS ADI For quality typing. Reports, dissertations, papers. Great prices. 4 blocks from campus. Kay's Typ ing ServiceWord-Processing. 942-3850, anytime. SAVE THIS ADI TYPING 75C - pg - close to campus 967-4827. BICYCLE REPAIR. FAST, PROFESSIONAL re pair work. Pickup and delivery available. Call 967-3810 or 968-1407. CHEAP TYPING!! Call 929-TYPE. DJ FOR PARTIES AND special events specializ ing in Beach and Oldies! Over 35000 records! Jim my Pharr. 362-5821. for sole FOR SALE OR TRADE 4 Duke Navy tickets Oct 2nd. Willing to trade for guest pass or non student tickets for any remaining UNC home game call 942-0028 ask for Scott Let's make a deal. OVER 4,000 LPS Tapes, 45s (Rock, Classical. Jazz, Wave, etc.) Most $1.00-$3.00 BACK DOOR RECORDS, 136 E. Rosemary beside FOUNDA TION BOOKSTORE. Mon.-Sat. 12-6 p.m. 933-0019 or 929-6175. Will buy, trade. ONE NAUTILUS MEM3E2SRIP F03 sale. Good for the Chapel Hill Boulevard Nan tiios through December 1, 1SS2. Call af ter 6pm, 542-2545. GREAT MPGs, EXCELLENT MECH. condition, cheap insurance with full student parking sticker and helmet. Yamaha 125. $400.00 or best offer. Keep calling 929-5247. ATTENTION CAROLINA FANS "Cine Wave" sua glasses Carolina bote wrap style sunglasses great for games. Show your true color. Order by sencing address, phone and $3.C3 check or ney order to A. Reade Hobbs, 717 WH Ham Circle, Chapel IHIL Allow 10 day delivery. 1972 OPEL GOOD TRANSPORTATION. Two new tires. Radio. $650 netgotiable. CaO early morn ings, late evenings 929-3702. Keep trying! MEXICAN EMBROIDERED DRESSES with fine embroidery done by hand, all cotton, variety of col orsmade in Oaxaca $55-$90. Call Kim Peiser 929-3391, rides RIDE NEEDED TO PITTSBURGH, Erie PA area for Fail Break. Share usuals. Am able to leave on Tuesday, October 5th. Call Dean 942-9278. RIDE NEEDED TO HARRISBURG, PA or anywhere in central Pennsylvania over Fall Break. Will share expenses. Please call Jennifer at 933-3149. RIDE NEEDED T.0 CHARLOTTE (Southpark area) for two riders, for Fall Break. Can leave anytime Tues. (after 2:00), or anytime Wed. CaO Lisa: 933-4076. RIDE WANTED TO DETROIT, MI area for Fall Break. Will gladly share driving and gas. Call 493-6242 after 6 and ask for Mike. . RIDE NEEDED TO D C. leave Sat October 2 in a.m. Will share the usual. Kathy, 929-9203. Leave message. I DESPERATELY NEED A ride to ChariottesvSe Va. for weekend of Oct 1 to 3. Will share gas. Call Chris 967-8522. It was the second time that Marines were sent to the Lebanese capital. The leathernecks, members of the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit stationed with the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean, helped oversee the evacuation of 6,000 Palestine Liberation Organization guerrillas in late August and earlier this month. A Pentagon official, who asked not to be identified, said Wednesday that the Marines have a much larger area to patrol this time, making it likely that Mead will call for the armor and artillery reinforcements. During the PLO evacuation, the U.S. troops were confined to the harbor area at the northern edge of the city. V;2 .i i business opportunity: OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR, Infant Preteen or Ladies Apparel Store. Offering aS na-. tionally known brands such as Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi, Vanderbih, Calvin Klein, Wrangler over 200 other brands. $7,900 to $16,500 includes beginning inventory, airfare for one to Fashion Center, train ing, fixtures, grand opening promotions. CaH Mr. Keenan (305) 678-3639. wanted 1 DESPERATELY NEED 2 tickets to Georgia Tech game. Prefer regular but will consider guest tickets. Call after 10 pm Anthony 967-7565. DESPERATELY WANT TO BUY one UNCState guest pass. Wul pay big bucks! Call Robin at 933-5625. DESPERATELY NEED GUEST PASSES to State game. Will pay your price. Call 942-9274 after 5 p.m. Ask for Kim. FREE STATE GUESS PASS - I'm willing to trade my State Guest Pass for a Maryland Guest Pass. "What a deaT Can 933-4344 ASAP!! I AM DESPERATE FOR 2 guest passes to the N.C. State game. Help me not disappoint my parents. Will pay big bucks. Melody 933-6244. NEED TWO OR FOUR non-student tickets for State game. Diana 967-0381 (night) 962-0012 (day). I NEED ONE GUEST pass for the UNC-State game. You got? I pay. Call Charlie at 933-1615. PLEASE HELPD I NEED 2 guest passes to the N.C State game. Desperate! fll be forever grateful! Please call Anne 933-7181. Evenings. DESPERATELY NEED 2 TICKETS to Georgia Tech. game. Call 933-9429 after 4:00 p.m. Thanks! clothes POOR RICHARDS... For practical and durable clothing and camping goods at affordable prices. YOU HAVENT BEEN TO CHAPEL HILL UNTIL YOU'VE BEEN TO POOR RICHARDS. KROGER PLAZA 929-5850. for resit GRAD STUDENTS ETC. Private room in house $120 phis V utities. All appliances, kit chen, on bus line. Phone 933-3921 after 6:30 or T., TH., S., Su. roomnsatcs NEED 1 or 2 neat responsible female roommates to share apartment in very quiet nice area. Call Dawn at 967-2082 after 5:00. Keep trying! NON-SMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share a 3-bedroom Carolina Apt $122.50 . month plus Vi utilities. Please call 9680446 available Jan. 1, 1933. FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED FOR Tar Heel Manor Apartment To share XA utilities and $117 rent Furnished except for your bedroom furniture. Call 967-8575. Available immediately. TWO ROOMMATES WANTED TO share large bedroom at Foxcroft Apts. $130 month call George at 929-3302. FEMALE ROOMMATE DESPERATELY NEEDED to share Tar Heel Manor Apartment Own room $175mo. plus Vi utilities. Call Debbie at 967-2404. Keep trying! LIBERAL MALE OR FEMALE wanted to share '3-bedroom town house. $112 mo. Vs utilities. Call 967-9457-best if after 5 pm. (Keep trying!) WASHINGTON Democrats failed in two bids Wednesday to provide increased aid to victims of the recession as the Senate approved urgent legislation needed to keep the federal government running after midnight Thursday. , The final vote, 72-26, cleared the way for House and Senate negotiators to begin work Thursday morning on a compromise version of the measure needed to provide funds for literally every federal agency. Members expressed confidence that there was time for both houses to approve whatever compromise emerges before the new fiscal year begins at 12:01 a.m. Friday. But even so, the bill provides funds only through mid-December, so a post election session of Congress will be necessary. Senate approval came several hours after the first of two Democratic campaign season anti recession proposals, a plan to liberalize unemployment benefits in i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i l i B I Li i With This Coupon ... 100 Cotton Kholil . and''"' riovy paauiEflP Reg. retail $16.95 flOG Sale Price $13.95 O PftOTS SI 9.95 NAME BRAND fSpove Gasfcln Retfelns Classified ad may be placed at the DTH office or mailed to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. personals CLASSY BRUNETTE WHO LTKES to rock: Let's get together Thursday nite at Four Comers around 7:30 pm! Are you prepared for a stimulating ex perience? . . . Blond Sophomore. FEMALE JIMBO LOVER, There's nothing I won't try. Let's not just meet Jimmy Buffett, let's kidnap him and make tremoless dreams come true! The Lady No One Can Explain. LIGHT OF MY LIFE: I sua thinking of yoa to day while yon do the time card. Love, David. MARY O: YOU ARE a great Little Sister and an even better friend. Thanks for everything! Cindy. BIRTHCHOICE Pregnant, Struggling With A Lifetime Decision. Can We Help? Call 942-3030. FEMALE JIMBO LOVER, I want to meet J.B. also. Have seen him 6 times and met him once already. I also have a plan. Let's meed Male Die-hard Buffett ' Fan. . . . WANTED, Aware, ; knowledgeable 03ANGE COUNTY CITIZENS: concerned with day care, housing, environmental, health, education issues. ' To REGISTER by noon October 3rd and to VOTE FOB SK2SL MARSHALL,' DEMOCRAT, FOR ORANGE COUNTY COMMISSIONER. ' SUE WILLIAMS: We've heard about your sailing prowess. Why not come out to the lake (2:00. Tues.-Fri.) arid prove yourself! UNCs formidable sailing Team. :,V, , . - THE GREATEST THING YOU caa do wKn your paste on, learn to skydhre. Join the UNC Parachute Club.', Club meeting 6:30 Thnre day, Carolina Union. JEFF K. HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the most wonder ful, gorgeous, sexiest guy in the world. I hope your birthday is as happy as you've made me. Dianne. LITTLE MISS IMPULSE! If you are indeed adven turous, meet me in front of the UG at midnight tonight. Acting in response. MY ANTARCTIC FHIEND: Thanks for the best three years of r y Lie; I look forward to many many more. TU see ya later at Papagayo's. Hope you enjoy your present Sorry there were no books. With love from your Arctic friend. HEY CHUCKLES! We love the way you do It on the turf! And that's no lie! Signed: Several Scoping Females. SUPPORT THE PEOPLE OF Warren County against PCBs. They are calling students throughout N.C. to a rally this Monday. Meet at Planetarium parking lot at 9:00 am for rides. More info at table in pit. KNI-WOMEN! JORS ON SIRPSIAascrlcan, Foreign. No experience required. Excellent pay. Worldwide travel. Sonuner Job or career. Send S3.C3 for iafonaarJon. SEAT AX, Dept. E-9 Box 2S49, Port Angeles, Washington 9S362. AVW-HOPE EXAMS WENT well. La's pSay together soon. Oh, 1 forgot, "weerjusfrhakds." I'm FMC if you are. TO THE BRUNETTE WEARING the plaid shirt In the U-grad Tuesday night I was captivated by your beautiful eyes. How about a meeting? Guy in the penguin shirt JEANNE ROSES ARE Red, Violets are Blue, Or chids have an ethereal delicate kind of beauty, and you're not bad yourself. Ohio, Ohio, Ohio. Tom. TO THE GIRL WHO cried on my shoulder Mon day night: Anytime. I do care and will always try to be there. I think you're special too and thanks for the brownies. Your CHICKFIL-A Chauffeur. FRESHMAN CAMP REUNION HAS been rescheduled for Sunday, Oct 3rd at 5:30 pm at the Y-Court. Call the Y office if you plan to attend 962-2333. ? JERRY? THANKS FOR THE morning after (what?) breakfast! Sorry I can't reciprocate but Sut ton's doesn't deliver. You are too tweet!! Signed Good Lookin' (Am I?) CMON1 HOW CAN YOU resist a guy who quotes the Partridge Family? , . .who drives a car shaped like a canoe . . .who never wears socks . . .tikes Chocolate beer . . .and "wants your body." U-n-me? Resond. Lost at Wafl on Wed. a.m. A 35mm Cannon Camera. If found please call Kim at 968-8067. Reward. more than two dozen states, was re jected 51-47. Officials said it would have cost between $478 million and $3 billion and helped 600,000 unemployed workers or more, depending on i the level of joblessness over the next 12 months. Democrats then lost, 60-37, on a proposed temporary program of 200,000 public service construction jobs at an estimated cost of about $1 billion. MONTGOMERY, Ala. Former Gov. George C Wallace edged Lt. Gov. George McMillan in the Democratic gubernatorial runoff, and McMillan conceded late Wednesday, saying he was willing to accept the outcome. Wallace, reborn politically as a racial moderate, defeated McMillan by about 19,000 votes out of nearly 1 million cast in Tuesday's runoff, according to unofficial results. Wallace, 63, is seeking a record fourth term in the Statehouse he dominated for the better part of two decades. 1 1 I 9 I I S ; I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 hoi SPORTSWEAR on Franklin SL 942 WE CAME TO THE beach; we rode in a peach, just pickin'f Since I go there can I have this hat tree? Mf,WVaressaarMkiieyoutofudtteds, Vs night gown stuck. Spoon poop was the ultimate let's play with pots and pans tomor- row wait but that's only tentative. Actually, we hate our Governor by concensus! The Exec Clique. Is this the tar tar sauce or the shrimp sauce? The' what? SaDy and Susan are actually friends this year. A sharp pain Just occurred In my side. . . . .we don't want no special projects dudrman. The bologna is much too thick. Where is the wheat bread? Where are the M&Ms? Where are your eyebrows? Noreen Sprockeit was our waitress. TMessa don't need no tan. ni just (pip) pop'em in the oven no you can't eat here tonight go to the pier. No, Lynn 17 does not end in teen. Poop Power! Let's streak! What's this scaley thing in the toilet? Could I have a PB&J or it a BP&J sandwich? Bad girls don't wear red shoes at night Tidal Wave in a set of three! Oh wow, an entire school of fish. Tom, your surfboard is melting! The overflow goes to you SaOy. Stowbaa fights are tough as haffl Absurd is the word! Let's do the sky ride! Improve your circula tion Robin, Mary K, Margaret, Kay. and Lynn the 4-heads bunch you can hang! Hey Chip, what are the red marks on your knees? Go thru the hot oven! Monique keep . your legs straight don't you trust us? Ready, sit. right left,' right Let's line dance. Gentlemen's rules no. D-word!. . . . .Bizz Buzz, Thumper (learned the finger yet Chris?), March of Dimes, RedBlack, Magic Markers! Da wort for da day is canopy. Lets steal the Poop Deck sign, Robin. Lisa, get me another beer. STOW is a beaucratic block!! We love it, though! Would you like a STOWABRATION t-shirt? ..... What-no keg? how about 3V4 cases instead? The newsletter wi3 unify us. Mary K research the entire history of STOW! Let's bury the Governor! Let's go crabbing ask 'em for the fish head. Can I borrow a rocker? No this is one of our own personal rockers Hey Adam, we're solid! Go for It mighty lemmings!! Courteous Chris, Lively Lisa, Studious SaDy, Miraculous Margaret Magic Mary, Kooky Kay, Mouthy Moni que, Lanky Lynn, Marvelous Mark, Chocolate Chip. . Rowdie Robin, Awesome Adam, Succulent Susan Damn-good Danny, Technological Tom, Daffy . Debra, Mischievious Mickey, and Very Vivacious Vanessa! GO STOW!! TARHEELIUM IS HERE! Buy balloons for the Ga. Tech. Game. Group purchases are available. Call 9-5 Mon.-Fri. 966-2575. Sponsored by the Sweet Carolines. HAPPY BIRTHDAY (HjALLEN. Hope you learn to play Spades better this year. (There's more to it than talking across the table In Ger man ) "Your the best brother anyone could want Love, Karen. FEMALE JIMBO LOVER We too would sneak (or anything else) to meet THE MAN. If you're serious, respond DTH. Two fellow worshippers of THE MAN. DEAR SPONTANEOUS EUFFETT NIGHT has the potential Adventurous, Respond DTH. INSPECTOR C: Thank you for letting me open up a special case. Don't solve it for a long time, please! Continue to investigate the facets of the "mystery". (Don't search for King Tuts mask, leave that up to the future!) Cheers to cham pagne and M&Ms! I LOVE YOUR The Hope Diamond. NO DARLING ITS OVIDA as In over ft, ovaries, overdone, and overrated. Princess. TO THE INTERESTED BLONDE-You should know that I need to know more about your assets before I make an investment "Marvin". ALEX, IZXZ, AKO (YOU Too) JaL good tnck on Friday and on yaw tests next week. Stndy hard, bat resesember IS-TV to ahvaye on. Well warn yon for the atones). Yosur bsSdlag ssatee. WELL, IVE TRIED TO be nice up till now, but I can no longer control myselL First Miss Ovida, or whatever your name is. If you want to show me your birth certBcate, I'd love to read it which one of your fathers n beted? And as for you. Miss Cassie, being hot could be an Indication of some disease and I would recommend a trip to the clinic ' On a nicer note, 1 must say that the two wildest women in this town must be Miss Trunetta Wihna Jean Otis and me. Miss Sapphire Olivia Johnsonn. I mean we girls know how to make the best brownies, eat in the finest restaurants and put on the finest shows in this part of the U.S.!!