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2The Daily Tar HeelMonday, January 31, 1983
Callinz Cards d
By SUSAN SULLIVAN
It's more difficult to charge phone calls unless you have a
new, money-saving calling card, following recent changes made
by Southern Bell.
Without the card, callers charging a call to a third number
from a pay phone must first get authorization from someone at
that third number, Ladd Baucom, a Southern Bell spokesman,
said recently. If no one answers or the third party refuses the
charge, the call does not go through.
Baucom said the telephone company loses more than
$400,000 a year from third number frauds.
But in an effort to crack down on those frauds and save the
company and customers money, Baucom said a new service, the
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The UNC Dungeea aad Dragons Cmb will meet at 7:30
p.m. in the Carolina Union. The topics will be weapons and
A Resume Derifa aad Job-Seefcias Tactics Workshop will be
offered by the university Career Ptannins ai.1 Placemen Ser
vices at I p.m. in 209 Hants Hall. ,
The UNC Women's Soccer CM will practice every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 4 p.m. at Carmkhad Fields. We
won't practice if it is below 35 degrees.
The UNCCH Media Board meets at 5:15 p.m. in the
The UNC Ballroom Daace dab meets at 7:30 p.m. Mon
days in 7 Fetzer Gym. All levels of dancers are welcome.
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is reopening Monday & Tuesday
Celebrate vzith ubl
- ALL TJIGHT LOBJG
4:30-1:00 am Monday & Tuesday
; ;g:V 300 W. Rosemary St.
Return ad and check or money order to the DTH
office by noon the business day before your ad is to
run. Ads must be prepaid. i
Rates: 25 words or less
5C for each additional word
$1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type
Please notify the DTH oOce Immediately if there art '
mistakes in your ad. We will be responsible for only
the first ad run.
UNC RUGBY CLUB ORGANIZATIONAL meeting, today
5:30 at Union. Newcomers welcomed.
WHY PAY BIG BUCKS for records, when you can rent
them? RICHARD'S RENT-A-RECORD. Has current
rock, jazz, new-wave, disco, country, and more. Also
oldies. Singles 12 per day. doubles 13.75 plus rcfun
dabls deposit (Rates lower for rental dub members.)
Above Jordan's on E. Rosemary St 967-3233, 11-7,
WHAT DOES THE BIBLE say about "faith only-? Find out
at the special Bible Studies, American Legion Hall, Legion
Road February Uth through 20th 7:30 nightly.
SUBMIT! SPRING CELLAR DOOR accepting prose,
poetry, art. Deadline Friday, February 4. Bring submkv
Sons: 108A Union Anns or sand: Box 13 Carolina
Union. Info. 967-1931.
THE ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS Students will hold a
career seminar on "Careers in Retail Merchandlebig" featur
ing Sherry Wooten, a buyer with Ives on Thursday, Feb. 3
at 3:30 p.m. In T-5 New Carroll.
DlSCnrniATION ON CAK7VS. Drreetsneni
froea Sosrth Africa -tke and other teonoa wi3
b tke topic of a Studsnt Cand?dates Fornas
sponsored by coaceewod edata and rTS,
Taeedsy. Feb. 1, S;39 tm Csi 217 CafsBaa
Union. Coat and swretkafea - yens can&iatae.
nmvei oarny tor a 9004 eoat, iia brteg
calling card, is being offered. "
The calling card has a number printed on it that is keyed by
computer to the customer's personal account, and customers
can charge calls to their home phone with less expense than by
calling through the operator.
Baucom said the cards were designed to be used with push
button phones for service without operator assistance, but can
be used on dial phones with the help of an operator, at the same
reduced charge per call.
Baucom said that each call made with a calling card costs 30
cents, as opposed to 70 cents for third party calls and $1.70 for
person-to-person calls. "
"By the end of January of this year there will be 627,542 call
ing cards in use in North Carolina out of just over one million
customers," Baucom said. "There is no change for the cards,
brio the box seaside Ike DTH offices fat the Carofiu Uakw by 1 pjs. if
ncogaued sad csmpes organizations wiH be printed.
tor two days.
University Career Planning and Placement Services will con
duct a meeting on the mechanics of the new on-campus inter
viewing system at 3:30 p.m. in 209 Hanes HaH.
There will be a Black Student Movement general body
meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the Upendo Lounge.
.The SsIUs. Club Officers will meet at 6 p.m. af the Upper
Deck. Be there. Aloha.
The Outing dub will meet at 7 p.m. in the Carolina Union.
Join us if you are interested in backpacking, canoeing, rock
climbing, or other outdoor activities.
UNCs Summer Immersion Program bt French at Chicoolimi,
Quebec will meet for information andor registration at 4
p.m. in Toy Lounge, 4th floor of Dey Hall. Please be there
application deadline is March I.
UNC Circle K will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the Carolina Union.
lost Ci found
LOST: LADIES GOLD SEIKO watch around Howell or
Davie Hall Tues.. Jan. 25. If found please call Beverly at
FOUND RED KNIT SCARF. Fetzer Gym area. 12683.
Can 9334931 to claim. '
LOST: 1976 CLASS KEY with tattiaW SDH oa
back. PLEASE call Ond at 933-3239.
LOST: A 1915 UNCIRCULATED 2Vt dollar gold piece. Last
seen Wednesday night the 26th. If found please call Dee Cor
dell at 967-9101. A reward will be oftered.
FOUND: ONE PSYCHOLOGY BOOK (Fundamental
Statistics for Psychology) found on table outside DTH office.
Com by DTH office during business hours, ask for Linda, to
LOST: GOLD TIMEX WATCH with brown leather band.
Lost fat Fetzer Gym In Gymnastics room on bleachers. If
. found please call Ken at 933-4552.
WCHL RADIO PART-TIME air talent needed weekend & IS.
In experience preferred but not absolutely necessary. Air
check & resume to Phil Hawkins, Program Director WCHL,
P.O. Bos 2127. Chapel HUL N.C. 27514 or can 942-8765
MARKETING COORDINATORS NEEDED: Position In
volves marketing and promoting high quality ski and beach
trips on campus. Earn commission plus FREE TRAVEL.
Call Summit Tours, 800-325-0439.
ENTRY LEVEL POSITION WITH rapidly growing commer
cial real estate arm. Resident manager for a 160 unit adult
apartment complex in Chapel Hill area. Must be depen- 1
dable, hard-working, and aggressive. Some bookkeeping
and typing skills. Individual must be fast learner and willing
to live on property. No children, no pets. $500 month
apartment. Send resume with cover letter or request for ap
plication to: Manager, P.O. Bos 87, Carrboro. N.C. 27510.
LOOK GOOD IN SWLMSUITS? Women needed for
photographic modeling for advertising proroottoo. Mini
mum 5'2". Good pay. flexible hours. Experience
helpful but not required. Call 214692-1440.
YOU CAN HELP CAROLINA! Earn $3.35 per hour, plus
cash bonus incentives, by calling UNC-CH alumni for Caro
lina Annual Giving from special campus location. Work 2 or
3 evenings per week. 3 weeks. 7-9:30 p.m. Call 962-3964.
8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. for appointment.
EARN $5000. THIS SUMMER with CoSege Students Paint
fog Co. We arc now hiring District Managers for your dry.
This is a fuO time summer Job. No exp. aecc. interviewing on
campus soon. Contact your placement office for application
and to schedule appointment.
Lots is happening; it is important to attend. Bring T-shirt and
CHEC. (Contraceptive Health Education Clinic), now
meeting Mondays at 4 p.m. in the Health Education Section of
SHS, is geared to hdp UNC students to be responsible partners
in matters concerning sexuality.
Speech Anxiety Group starts at 7 p.m. Screening interview is
required. Contact the Counseling Center, Nash Hall at
962-2175 for registration and additional information.
, AIESEC will meet at 5 p.m. Everyone must attend. Nomina
tions for Tuesday's election will be discussed.
Lambda. Carolina Gay Association's newsletter, has an im
portant meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the CGA office to plan the
February issue. New staffers are welcome,
r Dr. Martin Beyer, a senior policy specialist in the drinking
water and sanitation section of UN1CEF, will speak on "Water
for the Worid: What Next?" at noon in 331 Rosenau Hall.
The Order of the Bell Tower will meet at 6:30 p.m. in 221
The Democratic Socialists of America will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Carolina Union. The subject will be "Socialism
The Black Student Movement will hold its annual Candi
dates' Forum at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Upendo Lounge. All in
, t crested persons are urged to attend.
Haymakers' Repertory Company Student Associates: Join
the student group which supports the resident professional
theatre on campus. The organizational meeting will be at 5
p.m. Tuesday in the Carolina Union.
, The Astronomy Cbjb will present a videotape on space col
onization at 7 p.m. Tuesday in 247 Phillips Hall. All are
welcome. ' .
- How much stress b too mnchT Find out at a workshop at 3
p.m. Tuesday. Contact the Counseling Center, Nash Hall,
962-2175 for registration and additional information.
Tke Pre-Profesioaal Health Society, a minority health
careers organization, win meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in 107 Berry-
Km UiH The tnrir wilt He "rVntal Attvitiarrr .
For the record
In the story titled "Seniors sponsor Satur
day Trolic' fund raiser" (Friday, Jan. 28),
The Daily Tar Heel incorrectly reported that
the Franklin Street Frolic was scheduled for
- individual research should be sron
taneous," Holley said of Ingram's stance.
"That sounds to me like an intent to get
around the law," Holley said. Ingram said he
did not know how to reply to the statement.
"It's a matter of degree, clearly," he said.
Robert J. Cox and Theodore H. Leinbaugh
are among a handful of professors who have
had Copytron sell a packet of passages from
speeches, critiques, and literary writings for
b ,.w uu expires reo.
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offioooaqoao with CQiippn on ooo $ 2.00 offiBseS
. available at lunch
11 to 2 p.m. M-F
Pizza baffet ... . $2.95
Spashetti ...... $1.95
Lasagna ....... $2.95
Salad bar ...... $1.95
Great Potato .... $1.95
Mon.Thurs. 11 a.m.-midnite.
Sat. 11-1 a.m.. Sun 4-11 p.m. ,
. FRANKLIN ST. 942-5149
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before publication.
TEACHER NEEDED FOR THURSDAY afternoon Jewish
Religious School Hebrew class. Call Amy at 383-8987 or
COUNSELORS FOR CO-ED SUMMER camp in the moun
tains of North Carolina. Room, meals, laundry, salary and
travel allowance. Experience not necessary, but must enjoy
living and working with children: Only ckan-cut non
smoking college students need apply. For application
brochure write: Jack Levine, Camp Pmewood, 16480 N.E.
20 Avenue. North Miami Beach, Florida 33162.
WANTED: VOLUNTEERS FOR A 12 week acne study
Must have moderately severe facial acne. Fee oftered is $50.
6 visits to dermatology clinic required. Sponsored by the
Dept. of Dermatology. UNC School of Medicine. For infor
mation can Carol Meyer, Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1
pm-5 pm. 966-3321.
1970 DUSTER. 3-speed. V-8. 2-door. Some body damage,
but runs weU. $400. Call Paul at 929-4426.
DOUBLESINGLE OCCUPANCY IN Hinton James Dorm
to any off-campus female. Price negotiable. Please contact
Lisa 933-0421 or Cary 967-0172 (willing to make deal)!
25 OFF 4599 LPs. tstps. 45. Mart $1.00-$3.59.
Wadbassday. Jaasusry. 26-Wad day. February 2.
. Backdoor Bacords. 136 E. Rnaeasajy bchistd Fo
dathMi Bookstore, Lower lavai NCN3 Plana. 12-4 psa.
Mo.-St. 933-9019 or 929-4175. Etoy. trade, or selL
FOR SALE DORM REFRIGERATOR medium size good
condition works fine. Asking $55. Call Lauren at 967-1234 or
967-9166 leave message.
FINE 14KT. JEWELRY: February is the time for love. Give
that special someone a gift of gold. Take advantage of our
February Inventory Clearance Sale on all chains and charms
in stock. Beiow wholesale pricis! Call for a private showing.
933-5357 Tusit Enterprises.
MANGUM DORM CONTRACT FOR sale. Loft: cook
ing facilities in room. Time for faB lottery. Great roonv
mate. Short walk to classes. (5-10 minutes). 933-8851.
SCARED OF THE LOTTERY leaving you roomless? Live in
Granville East guaranteed housing! Avoid the waiting kst
buy now! CaO Ristie 933-1891 by Feb. 5.
IVY LEAGUE SWEATSHIRTS! Harvard (gray) - Yale
(white) - Princeton (navy) Dartmouth (keily). $11.95
each postpaid. 2 for $21.95, S.M.UCL Send check to LMg.
P.O. Bos 317. Brookhavea, MS 39601. For COD order call
cjiiap Trr;ci call ssjtite
and no interest is charged."
The procedure for using a card is simple, Baucom said. If a
customer is calling from a private or business push-button
phone, he must dial 0 and then the number he wishes to reach.
A tone will sound, after which the customer punches in his call
ing card number. It is instantly checked by computer, and if it is
validated, the call goes through.
In push-button pay phones, after the tone, a recording directs
the customer to punch in his number. The procedure for rotary
dial phones is similar. After dialing 0 and the number, the cus
tomer tells the operator that he wishes to use his calling card
and he gives the operator his card number.
Calling cards may be obtained by contacting the local
Southern Bell office.
Creative Solutions: A Job Seeker's Club will meet at noon
Tuesday in the Office of Career Planning and Placement Ser
vices. Advance sign-up in 211 Hanes Hall is necessary.
Rape at UNC. Come to see a slide show and discuss this pro
blem at the AWS general meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the
Carolina Union. Everyone is welcome.
A meeting for students interested in majoring in English will
be held at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in 222 Greenlaw Hall.
Once again it is time for the weekly 5 p.m. meeting of the
Association of International Students Tuesday at the Inter
national Center. Come help us plan our party.
The North Carolina Student Legislature will hold a candi
dates' forum at 7 p.m. Tuesday in 226 Carolina Union. Every
one is welcome.
You are invited to participate in Great Decisions '83 at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday in the Dey Hall Toy Lounge. Dr. Joseph J.
Kruzd will speak on U.S.Soviet relations.
The Sailing Club will hold a social hour at 5 p.m. Tuesday at
the Upper Deck. Be there. Aloha.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Anyone can be a Freshman Camp Counselor. Pick upn ap
plication and sign up for art interview at the Campus iVtDffice
before Feb. 7. 7yn.
Arts and Sciences Seniors: If you plan to graduate to May,
please fill out a degree application in the Dean's Office 314
Steele building by Friday.
Nomination forms for the Society of Janus are due'Feb. 18
at 103-A Carr Building. Extra forms are available at Can or at
the Union Desk. .
Are yon going to be here for summer school? Would you
like to be a Campus Y Summer Programs Coordinator? Check
in room 102 of the Campus Y Building.
"Great Choral Masterpieces," a special-interest class begins
Feb. 3. Registration must be completed one week prior to the
beginning of class.
Attention Seniors: Were you in Phi Eta Sigma in 1979? If so,
then you are eligible for a number of graduate scholarships.
Stop by 306 Steele Building for information.
Saturday, Feb. 4. The fund-raising event,
sponsored by the senior class, will actually take
place Friday, Feb. 4. The DTH regrets the er
ror. class. Both have studied the fair use doctrine
for themselves; Cox has memorized the fair
use factors. Both try to work within their
understanding of the law. Cox, nonetheless,
suggested that the University establish an ad
visory group to explain less obvious facets of
the legislation. "The University could really
help," he said.
Copytron has twice distributed circulars to
many department chairmen calling the NYU
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PROFESSIONAL TYPING AND WORD processing. Re
ports, dissertations, resumes. Multiple personalized letters,
envelopes, labels. Complete editing. Finishing touches to job
resumes. Sterling Business Services. 106 North Graham.
933-1111. Now you can ship packages via UPS from Chapel
Hill. AD parcels insured, shipped same day received. Pack
ing materials and assistance available. Ask about UPS
delivery here. STERLING, 106 North Graham, 933-1111.'
E J. & COMPANY Light and Sound Shows. More NEW
music, more NEW equipment, but the same GOOD RELI
ABLE EXPERIENCED SERVICE and yes. simply unbeliev
able: the same low price-$125.004 hr. Call Eddy Heming
way 967-8871. .
NEED SEMI-QUIET ROOMMATE to share Old WeU Apt.
$125 t urJl. CaO Richard around 6 pm or after 11:00
942-0767. . .
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED TO share two bedroom
VA bath University Gardens Apartment walking distance to
campus and Franklin Street. j rent $137.50 and Vt utilities
need only furnish your room. CaO 967-0228 after 5:00 p.m.
THIRD FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share two
bedroom Estes Park Apartment. Will have private room
SlOO.OOmonth including utilities. 929-6440.
DE HARD KEELS FAN needs 1 ticket for UVA.-UNC
21083 and Villanova-UNC 21383 basketball games.
Please contact at P.O. Box 8542-Richmond. Va. 23226
0542. Please give name, address, telephone number and
ticket price for confirmation. No reasonable offer refused.
ONE OR TWO BEDROOM apartment desired. Chapel Hill
area, for month of February. Furnished preferred. 477-6187
after 6 prn.
ROOM AND MEAL ACCOMMODATIONS at Granville
Towers available immediately. All rates pro rated by the day
until the end of the Spring Semester. Contact Granville
South Business Office. 929-7143.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOUI
SONYA. I CANT WAIT for tomorrow. Tharn for saying yes.
Hope your weekend was great, tf not, I have a feeling that
thi week will. Thaiu also for the personal. Tat very Battered.
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON President Reagan
sent Congress advance copies of his
$848.5 billion budget for 1984 on Sun
day, and Democratic and Republican
leaders agreed he faces a major struggle
over proposed cuts in social programs, a
$30 billion increase for defense and
standby tax increases.
The budget predicting a deficit of
$208 billion this year and $189 billion in
1984 will be released formally on
Monday, but the administration already
was deploying senior officials to defend
Treasury Secretary Donald Regan said
Congress eventually will come around to
the president's view when it discovers the
size of the spending cuts and tax increases
needed to bring deficits down.
Reagan's budget calls for curtailing
spending on programs such as food
stamps, welfare, subsidized housing, and
nutrition programs for children, as well
as providing a six-month delay in cost-of-living
increases for the blind and disabled
and increasing out-of-pocket costs for re
cipients of Medicare and Medicaid.
In addition,- Reagan wants an actual
reduction in spending on hundreds of do
mestic programs taken as a group. This
so-called freeze would be applied un
evenly, though, with spending on pro
grams such as Head Start increasing and
funds for Amtrak cut below 1983 levels.
Federal pay and pensions vwould be
frozen for a year, though. v
Congressional leaders said Sunday that
Reagan will probably have to accept
changes in standby tax proposals for a
$5-a-barrel oil tax and an income tax sur- '
charge beginning in October 1985.
RALEIGH Pressure is mounting on
the General Assembly to consider raising
the 3 percent sales tax to generate money
for construction projects and highways.
Sen. Kenneth Royall, D-Durham, in
troduced a bill Friday to phase out the
case to their attention. Copytron tries to help
individual professors who use its services to
understand the law. "I think they were fairly
good about letting me know about legal
ramifications," Leinbaugh said.
Photocopying copyrighted materials is a
tiny portion of local copy center business.
Copytron does only approximately five large
packets a year. Universal does fewer, although
CHEZ CONDORET EMPLOYEES
if you worked for Chez condoret in 1982 and
have not received your w-2, write: William L.
Yaeger, Trustee in Bankruptcy, Box 1010
Purharn, ii;c. 27702 providing him with your
name, correct address and social security
number. Your w-2 will then be mailed to
FROr.l CHAPEL HILL
Monday. Feb. 7
8 pra Memorial Hall
"Hold the Tasti,
Vm Packing My Bags"
a Carolina union presentation
Classified ad may be placed at
the DTH Carolina Union 065A,
UNC SUNBATHERS! SPRINGBREAK FLORIDA trip to
FT. LAUDERDALE OR KEY WEST: 8 beach days. 7 nights
lodging in fine hotels "on the strip", plus nightly parties from
$125. Call 800-368-2006 TOLL FREE! Ask for Annette. Go
with friends or organize a small group and sunbathe for
H.D.-I LOVE YOU! This lawfwetor smarts to stay
youn as long as the Diamond shistas. "Diaaaoatda
ar forever, tky ay. Hope is too. LovwconlM.
Thastk yoa for the Joy ami Milssalilkig
Capkfs Go&dosi Arrow ha strstck deep aad H
fads wonderful! B stroaig wsso, baba. The)
HURRY AND SIGN UP for Bahamas Spring Break Trip.
Trip Includes 8 days7 nights lodging at the Adanns Hotel,
round trip airfare from Raleigh-Durham to Nassau via
Eastern Airlines, Airport transfers, plus some extras. Only
$417.00! Deadline for deposit is Feb. 1, 1983. For further In
fo or booking, contact Sara Kendatt, Eastern Airlines Rep.
HAPPY 22nd BIRTHDAY, LIBBYt Here's to a0 the fun times
this past semester. You've been a great big sis. Cheers! Love
your little sis. BETTY.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY KEITH LEE!
. H: YOU KNOW ME. Just what are you looking for. I have
: and want space to share. S
T.B.: PLEASE. DONT take me wrong. Tvc never done this
before. Unless my shot In the dark totally missed.
, Harrison's, 9:30. Feb. 3rd. sounds okay! K.W.'s gutsy friend.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOUI
KEV & BIG JACK We love you ALOT!! You'd better start
cooking now 'cause we will be there. Think about It??!
JOIN US FOR ANOTHER terrific Hillei Deb on Wed
nesday 22. from 6-7:30. Speaking at 7:30 win be Dr.
Karml Margolis. an American who now lives fat Israel.
He will tpeak on his experiences of movkig and settling
in Israel. ,
WEAPONS, HOW DO YOU use them? Come to the UNC
Dungeons and Dragons dub tomsht at 7:30 in the Uotoa to
dlsect this question.
Sorry tfa If. eks. best 1 aoe yon had a cnaasit barta
dayf Kapvy trianoal -Di fTaea cays "bey)
M M WTTH ELOND HA1H, light brown eyes. West genera
tion in a line of Everett dwellers. Trunks for surviving last
semester with me. fm glad you're around for thai one. N.
HAPPY ESTHDAY dear Kafc&l '
HAPPY 22nd BIRTHDAY PAT. Hope you had a good one,
you yardape. Here's to our last semester. Lef s make It the
best ever, you Bunkeroos.
food tax, raise the sales tax and raise the
tax on new cars. He also outlined a plan
for spending the money primarily on
construction of water and sewer projects,
public schools and highways. '
Earlier in the session, Rep. J.P.
H us kins, D-Iredell, introduced a bill to
raise the sales tax from 3 percent to 4 per
cent. He wanted to earmark the money
for school construction, water and clean
air projects and highways as well as for
raising state employees' salaries and
other operating costs.
"Everybody feels a need to address the
revenue problem," Lt. Gov. Jimmy
Green said last week.
Gov. Jim Hunt based his proposed
1983-84 budget on estimates that state tax
revenues will increase about 8.8 percent
next year. He is asking that all of that
money except $95 million go for con
tinuing operations at current levels.
The $95 million would pay for lifting
the freeze on state workers' and teachers
salaries. The salaries were frozen last year
as a budget-cutting measure.
Omitted from the budget were $30
million in requests for capital projects in
the University of North Carolina system
and millions of dollars in requests from
community colleges for upgrading facili
ties and training equipment.
WARSAW, Poland The nation's
Roman Catholic bishops proclaimed
"with great joy" Sunday that Pope John
Paul II will return to his native Poland on
a second pilgrimage June 18.
The announcement was in a letter read
from pulpits in Poland and released
simultaneously at the Vatican. It marked
the first time the long-expected visit has
been announced in Rome.
The June 18 date was first circulated in
November following a meeting between
Polish leader Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski
and the Polish primate, Archbishop
Jozef Glemp. Despite Sunday's confir
mation, initial reactions from some Poles
it also copies a number of workbooks written
by University professors. Copy Quick has only
two packets. UNC Printing is selling nine
packets typed up by professors.
"The number of ways you can get in trouble .
(with copyright law) is just endless," said John
B. Adams, a journalism school professor who
teaches a course in media law. "The law is a
very tough law if it's enforced."
the DTH oOce or mailed to
Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
R.L.D.: TOO BAD... THE maintenance men said
there was no hops (or repair, so IH Just have to get
along with you as you are. I guess I can cope wkh one
imperfection. Love, EJLL.
DEAR MOOSEFACE. DON, RAYMOND, etc. Hoping you
have a wonderfoDy bodacious hunkydory day on your 20th
Wishing you lots of cheap pitchers, good wrestling bouts, no
longer thin legs,, a tush, a million and a 924 porche. AO my
love the ZutZut Commander.
DEBBY FLOWERS YOU'RE CUTE tool I hope you were
talking to me on Friday about 11:00. Want to know more?
Respond bt DTH signed Curly.
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DRUG STUDY TO TREAT severe pre-menctrual breast
pain. Call 966-5289 If Interested.
GAS BILLS TOO HIGH. Need one part-time (nights only)
inter boyfriend. Good looks unnecessary; lights win be off.
Only reauJreraent-hot blood. B.Y.O. Pillow, break up
come spring thaw. Resond DTH.
HAPPY EI2TKDY TO yon!
Lots of lovo. Trfeh.
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PLANT A TREE IN ISRAELI V you'd Bke to help the
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eooMEHM or hi Memory of someone. For just $5.00 yoa
aa fae of yourseif to others and to the land IsraeL
K2m as3 be seSteg trees for the Jewish National Fund
on Wednesday. February 2 and Thursday February 8,
from 10-2X3 at the Union.
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SPB THE NEXT FEW weeks wiS be hectic but retnember
that I fove you (even at four In the morning)! Yours, TK.