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2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, February 1,
'Yackety Yack' distribution postponed again
By SCOTT RALLS
Students eagerly anticipating the arrival of the 1982 Yackety
Yack, have to hold their breath a little longer the yearbook
has been postponed a second time.
The 1982 Yackety Yack, scheduled to come out in November
then again in January has now had its delivery date push
ed back to mid-March because of "unrealistic planning of pro
duction times, and failures to meet photography and copy
deadlines," editor Greg Dinkins said last week.
"I regret that people are having to wait so long to see what
they paid for," he said. "But I'm banking on the fact that it
will be worth the wait."
The decision to push the delivery date back was made so that
Compiled by Janet Ofaoa
Pobik service aaaoancrmeati must be turned Into the box outside the DTH office hi the Carotin Unioa by 1 p.m. if
they are to be rua the aext day. Only uiaoancemenU from University recognized d campus organizations wifl be printed.
Al announcement! Blast be limited to 2S words sad caa only rua for two days.
The Carolina Union Forum Committee will meet at 4 p.m. '
in 203 Carolina Union.
Delta Sigma PI Boawoa Fraternity will meet at 6:30 p.m. in
T-6 Carroll Hall.
PW Beta Signal Fraternity, Inc. invites all interested young
Ladies to our Sweetheart Court interest meeting to be held at
7:30 p.m. in the Ehringhaus Green Room.
The Democratic Socialists of America will meet at 7:30 p.m.
in the Carolina Union. The subject will be "Socialism in
The Black Student Movesnent will hold its annual Candi
dates' Forum at 6 p.m. in the Upendo Lounge. All interested
persons are urged to attend.
Ptaymaker-r 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. in the Carolina Union.
The Astronomy Qua will present a videotape on space col
onization at 7 p.m. in 247 Phillips Hall. All are welcome.
The Pre-Professional Health Society, a minority health
careers organization, will meet at 7 p.m. in 107 Berryhill Hall.
The topic will be "Dental Auxiliaries."
Creative Solutions: A Job Seeker's Club will meet at noon in
the Office of Career Planning and Placement Services. Ad
vance sign-up in 21 1 Hanes Hall is necessary.
Permanent part time positions available with Pepsi Cola
in the Durham, Chapel Hill and Burlington areas.
Please send resume to:
PEPCOM Industries, Inc.
3125 Poplarwood Court Suite 303
Raleigh, NC 27625
. ATTN: Candy Donnell
THE LARGEST PRODUCER Of LIVE SHOWS
FOR THEME PARKS
University of North Carolina
Carolina Union, Great Hall
Wednesday, February 2; 2:00-5:00 PM
Singers Dancers Instrumentalists Technicians
Variety Performers $180-250week
One round trip air fare will be paid to hired performers traveling over 250 miles to the park
Contact: Live Shows. Carowinds. Box 240516. Charlotte. NC 28224
Copyright 1982, Taft Attractions, Entertainment
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.
Rates: 25 words or less
5 for each additional word
$1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type
Please notify the DTH office immediately if mere are
mistakes in your ad. We will be responsible for only
the first ad run.
IS YOUR CHURCH THE church of the Bible? SPECIAL BI
BLE STUDIES. American Legion Hall, Legion Road 7:30
nightly. February 14th through 20th.
WHY PAY BIG BUCKS for recorda. when you can rent
them? RICHARD'S RENT-A-RECORD. Haa current
rock. Jazz, new-wave, dlaco, country, and more. Also
oldie. Suiglea (2 per day, double $3.75 plus refun
dable deposit. (Rates lower for rental dub members.)
Above Jordan's on E. Rosemary St. 967-3283, 11-7,
M on. -Sat.
TONIGHT AT PURDYS: LADIES LOCKOUT, Penny Draft!
75$ wine and other specials we simply can't advertise! Don't
SUBMIT! SPRING CELLAR DOOR accepting prose,
poetry, art. Deadline Friday, February 4. Bring submis
sion: 108A Unioa Anne or send: Box 23 Carolina
Union. Info, 967-1931.
IFC REPRESENTATIVES: FIRST MEETING for 198!
is Tataadsy, Feb. 1 at 6 paa fca 215 Pfcilp - TUafi
soauebtl Yoew paaticspatso Is aeadsd for a troatg,
SCAU NEEDS AN EDITOR for the Spring "S3 edition
of The Southern Part of Heaven? and people to work on
to Apartment Locator and Roommate Referral Ser
vice. CaB 962-8313 or com by Suite B.
THE ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS Students will hold a
career seminar on "Careers In Retail Merchandising" featur
ing Sherry Wooten, a buyer with rveys on Thursday, Feb. 3
at 3:30 p.m. In T-5 New Carroll. -
lost & found
LOST: GOLD ROPE CHAIN bracelet poaaMy around
Union. If found, PLEASE call 933-6238. Thank You.
FOUND: PAIR OF GLOVES fell of bike on Columbia going
towards Medical School but Monday 8:00 a.m. 929-4530.
FOUND-RED KNIT SCARF. Fetzer Gym area. 12683.
Call 933-4931 to claim.
LOSTi 1976 CLASS KEY ritk bacUate SDH oa
back. FLEASE call Clarfl at 933-32311.
no sacrifices in quality would have to be made, Dinkins said.
"I don't think that the four months delay in publishing hurts
the value of the book," he said. "It would be a disservice to the
people who subscribe to it for it to be of a lesser quality."
Although the 1982 Yack is the fourth of the last six UNC
yearbooks to be delayed until spring, Dinkins said this did not
mean that the fall production date is an unrealistic one.
Pushing the yearbook's delivery date permanently back to
the spring would not make it a better book, he said, adding that
each publishing was an individual case.
"It's better for the yearbook to come out in the fall, but not
if it compromises the quality of the book.
"There's a lot of turnover every year, and it's not thinkable
that it is going to be a perfectly manageable situation," Dinkins
Rape al UNC Come to see a slide show and discuss this pro
blem at the AWS general meeting at 7 p.m. in the Carolina
Union. Everyone is welcome.
A meeting for students interested in majoring in English will
be held at 3:30 p.m. in 222 Greenlaw Hall. .
Once again it is time for the weekly 5 p.m. meeting of the
Association of International Students at the International
Center. Come help us plan our party.
The North Carolina Student Legislature will hold a candi
date's forum at 7 p.m. in 226 Carolina Union. Everyone is
You are invited to participate in Great Decisions '83 at 7:30
p.m. in the Dey Hall Toy Lounge. Dr. Joseph J. Kruzel will
speak on U.S.Soviet relations.
The Sailing Club will hold asocial hour at 3 p.m. Tuesday at
the Upper Deck. Be there. Aloha.
The Scholarship Aid and Student Stores Committee of Stu
dent Government will meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the
Carolina Union. Check the Union Calendar for the room
A rYeHMdVPre-deut Interviewing Skills Workshop will be
held at 3 p.m. Wednesday. Sign up outside 201-D Steele
m at ft
Dept., 1932 Highland Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45219
LOST: A 1915 UNCIRCULATED 2Vi dollar gold piece. Last
seen Wednesday night the 26th. If found please call Dee Cor
deD at 967-9101. A reward will be offered.
FOUND: ONE PSYCHOLOGY BOOK (Fundamental Sta
tistics for Psychology) found on table outside DTH office.
Come by DTH office during business hours, ask for Linda, to
LOST: GOLD TIMEX WATCH with brown leather band.
Lost in Fetzer Gym in Gymnastics room on bleachers. If
found please call Ken at 933-4552.
WCHL RADIO PART-TIME air talent needed weekend & fill,
in experience piefaied but not absolutely necessary. Air
check & resume to Phil Hawkins, Program Director WCHL,
P.O. Box 2127, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 or call 942-8765
ENTRY LEVEL POSITION WITH rapidly growing commer
cial real estate firm. Resident manager for a 160 unit aduh
apartment complex in Chapel Hill area. Must be depen
dable, hard-working, and aggressive. Some bookkeeping
and typing skills. Individual must be fast learner and willing
to live on property. No children, no pet. $500 month
apartment. Send resume wtth cover letter or request for ap
plication to: Manager, P.O. Box 87, Carrboro, N.C 27510.
LOOK GOOD IN SWIMSUrTS? Women needed for
photographic modeling for advertising promotion. Mini
mum 5 '2. Good pay, flexible hours. Experience help
ful but not required. CaB 214692-1440.
EARN $5000. THIS SUMMER with College Students Paint
ing Co. We are now hiring District Managers for your dry.
This is a full time summer Job. No exp. necc. Interviewing on
campus soon. Contact your placement office for application
and to schedule appointment.
TEACHER NEEDED FOR THURSDAY afternoon Jewish
Religious School Hebrew class. Crl Amy at 3834987 or
COUNSELORS FOR CO-ED SUMMER camp in the moun
tains of Norm Carolina. Room, meals, laundry, salary and
travel allowance. Experience not necessary, but must enjoy
living and working with children. Only clean-cut non-smoking
college students need apply. For application brochure
write: Jack Levine, Camp Plnewood, 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 offered is $50.
6 visit to dermatology clinic required. Sponsored by the
Dept. of Dermatology. UNC School of Medicine. For infor
mation call Carol Meyer. Monday. Wednesday, Friday 1
pm-5 pm. 966-3321.
DEPENDABLE CARING PERSON NEEDED to care for a
10 year old girt 3 or 4 afternoons a week. Additional respon
sibilities negotiable. Hour 3-6 pm. Must have own car. Non
smoker only. Reference required. CaB 383-7872 evenings.
COUNSELORS, OVER 18 WHO Hke to have fun and make
. fun at unique overnight boys' summer camp ha Penna. Abie
to Instruct either one of following: watersafety, waterskiing,
boating, soccer, basketball, arts and crafts, rockcUmbing.
riflery, ham radio, rocketry, science, archery, track, tennis,
golf, photography, pioneering, or general athletics. Write
Camp Director, 138 Red Rambler Drive. Lafayette Hill. Pa.
CHAPEL HILL BASED NATIONALLY syndicated radio pro
gram needs Indivtdual(s) for public relation and research.
, Part-time. Flexible hours. Desl's Travel Box 3363 Chapel
( ; v )
AXE, Professional Chemistry Fraternity, will hold rush
Wednesday, Thursday, and Monday. It is open to all chemistry
and allied majors. Come by 18-4 Venable Hall.
Men and women find each other baffling. Come to a
workshop to find out bow to work together more effectively at
3 p.m. Wednesday in the Carolina Union.
Hunger Action Committee h back. A meeting will be held at
3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Campus Y (upstairs). All are
The Union Gallery Committee will meet at 4 p.m. Wednes
day in the Carolina Union. See the daily schedule for the room
Are you interested in helping with Black History Month ac
tivities? Come to a meeting at 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Upen
do Lounge. Everyone is welcome.
There will be a Global Issues Committee meeting Wednes
day evening at the Campus Y.
Are yon interested in families, Africa and economic develop
ment? Don't miss Dr. Ann Dunbar speaking at noon Wednes
day at the International Center. '
The United Christian FeBowship Drama GuBd will rehearse
at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Upendo Lounge. All members and
interested persons are urged to attend.
Readers' Theater to stage 'Butterfly9 again
The UNC Reader's Theater will present
an encore performance of Never Saw
Another Butterfly at 8 p.m. Wednesday
and at 7 p.m. Thursday in Room 203 Bing
ham Hall. '
The show, which features poetry written
by Jewish children held in Terezin concen
tration camp near Prague during World
War II, was iwformed last semester and
Lunch: A bowl of HOMEMADE CHILI
served with a tossed salad & rolls, 2.65.
Soup and sandwich specials daily.
Dinner A bowl of HOME- j,,
MADE CHILI served with a
tossed salad & rolls. 2.65 ft Oft
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available at lunch
11 to 2 p.m. M-F
Pizza buffet .... $2.95
Salad bar' $1.95
Great Potato .... $1.95
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Fri. & Sat. 11-1 a.m., Sun 4-11 p.m.
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All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before publication.
EXCELLENT SUMMER COUNSELING OPPORTUNmES
for men and women who are interested in serving boys and
girls age 7-16, guiding mem in their physical, mental and
spiritual development. Only those persons who will dedicate
their wholehearted efforts to help each Individual child
develop his or her potential should apply. One must have
ability to teach in one or more of our specialized activities.
College students, teachers, and coaches should apply. CAMP
THUNDERBIRD, located 17 mile southeast of Charlotte,
N.C. is an ACA accredited camp member, specializing in
water sports (sailing, water skiing, swimming and canoeing),
yet an added emphasis is placed on the land sports (general
athletics, tennis, goK, archery, riflery and backpacking).
Horseback riding, white -water canoeing and tripping are ex
tras in our excellent program. For further information write
or call G. William Cfimer, Jr.. Director, Camp Thunderbird,
Route 7, Box 50, Clover, S.C., 29710 (803-831-2121).
1970 DUSTER. 3-speed, V-8, 2-door. Some body damage,
but run well. $400. Call Paul at 9294426.
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 4500 LPs, tape, 45. Moot $1.00-$3.50.
Wadit day, Jneasaty. 26-Wad day. February 2.
Backdoor Baraoeda. 136 E. Hoeasaaiy bcated Foana
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Moou-Sat. 933-0019 or 929-6175. Buy, trade, or saO.
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. Below wholesale prices! CaB for a private showing.
933-5357 TttsH Enterprises.
MAN GUM DORM CONTRACT FOR sale. Loft: cook
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mate. Short walk to classes. (5-10 minutes). 933-8851.
MALE DORM CONTRACT FOR sale. 323 Ehaus. CaB
968-9086 ask for BiB Price. $300.00
1972 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE, EXCELLENT condition,
newly overhauled engine, new clutch, muffler, battery, in
terior Hke new, $1900 or best offer, 383-7346 or 929-1111
ask for Baker.
FOR SALE: CANNON AE-1 and speedlite 177A lash to a
camera buff, unlike myself. Price negotiable. This camera
has hardly been used. CaB De 933-1176.
WANT TO LIVE ON campus? Female room contract
FOR SALfc. Price negotiable. CaB Qndy at 968-0734 or
come by 723 Morrison. Leave message.
I STILL NEED TO sefl my Kingswood Apt contract. Buy my
contract before Feb. 4 and FU give you my bus pas. $82.25
per month Vfc utilities. Good roommate. CaB Kelvin at
942-9252. Keep trying. .
STILL NEED TO SELL Connor contract Great chance for
lottery and North Campus location. Buy now for 25 dis
count. Call Kathy 967-3008. Keep trying!
CHEAP TYPING! CALL 529-TVPE
"I certainly don't think that the job is too big, or that the
staff is inadequate."
The yearbook is a specialized publication that does not de
pend on its immediate value, Dinkins said.
"Other publications have to strike a harder balance between
meeting more deadlines, and keeping their standards up," he
said. "I believe the '82 Yack will be a better book because we
have included in it the material we originally expected to have."
Dinkins said that he was worried that the two postponements
of the delivery date would tarnish the reputation of the Yackety
Yack, but added that its reputation would have been hurt much
worse if "the book was just thrown together."
"I feel that the Yack staff is doing a real service by giving the
students this archive of a special year in their lives," Dinkins
There will be a meeting of all Student Government Liaisons
at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Carolina Union. Check at the
Union Desk for the room number.
Dr. Morrel H. Cohen, Exxon Research and Engineering
Company representative, will speak on 'Tbe Nature of Glass
Transition" at 4 p.m. Wednesday in 26S Phillips Hall.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Nomination forms for the Order of the Old Well, a campus
honorary organization that recognizes unselfish service to the
university, are available at the Union Desk and are due Feb. 4.
Anyone can be a Freshman Camp Counselor. Pick up an ap
plication and sign up for an interview at the Campus Y Office
before Feb. 7.
Arts and Sciences Seniors: If you plan to graduate in 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 Carr 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. i
received a large, favorable audience re
sponse. Bob Evans, a graduate student in the de
partment of speech communication, is the
show's director. The cast consists of five
For more information, call the depart
ment of speech communication at 962-1 127.
Have Lunch at
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Monday Lasagna & all
, the salad you can eat!
Tuesdayall the pizza &
salad you can eat!
spaghetti & salad
vou can eat!
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. Afl parcels insured, shipped same day received. Pack
ing materials and assistance available. Ask about UPS
delivery here. STERLING, 106 North Graham, 933-1111.
LOLTS TUNES IS SPORTING a new look. BOSE 901s.
CaB now to reserve a date for Valentine's Day. Or this
weekend. Only $60. 967-0611.
THIRD FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share two
bedroom Estes Park Apartment Will have private room.
$100.00month including utilities. 929-6440.
NONSMOKING RESPONSIBLE PERSON NEEDED to
share 2 -bedroom, 2 -bath apartment only 10 min. walk from
campus. $147month plus Vi utilities. Available immed.
Call 967-0455, evenings best.
ONE OR TWO BEDROOM apartment desired. Chapel Hill
area, for month of February. Furnished preferred. 477-6187
after 6 pm.
ROOM AND MEAL ACCOMMODATIONS at Granville
Towers available immediately. Afl rates pro rated by the day
until the end of the Spring Semester. Contact Granville
South Business Office. 929-7143.
FLYING TO D.C on Friday. Would the Michael who called
me about flying to D.C. this weekend please call again. Con
tact Angie at 933-4397.
RIDERS NEEDED UP NORTH as far as Harrisburg, Pa.
Feb. 3-6. If interested, please call 967-0800 evenings.
WANTED: SEXY 30 YEAR old actor, for intimate role. Must
have brown eyes and beard. Note, all applicants should have
good luck with the Greeks! P.S. Happy Late Birthday, John!
. NEDJ. THANKS FOR THE house. The weekend was
great Could you look for the pair of leopard-skin underwear
we left behind? Neeeeill? Whuuuu-ut? Bill Did you ever Bnd
Dave's contacts? We'd be more than welcome to help Bnd
them. Dave We Hked your collection of "hats" (but BilTs
was the most unique). Thanx for everything guys. Let's do ft
again sometime. Jifl & Barbs.
KNOW SOMEONE WHO HAS contributed unselfishly
to the university? Then nominate that student for the
Order of the Old Well, a campus honorary. Forms at
Union desk. Due Friday.
The Associated Press
BERLIN In an open letter to the peo
ple of Europe, President Reagan said Mon
day he was willing to meet with Soviet
leader Yuri V. Andropov to sign a pact
"banning U.S. and Soviet intermediate
range, land-based nuclear missile weapons
from the face of the earth."
In Washington, deputy White House
press secretary Lyndon Allin said Reagan .
was not making a new proposal but was
simply stating a willingness to sign a pact
with Andropov is the Soviet Union accepts
the U.S. "zero-option proposal
already rejected by the Kremlin.
The new element in Reagan's proposal
was the president's willingness to meet with
Andropov, "wherever and whenever he
wants" in order to sign such a pact. ,
RALEIGH Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C,
challenged Democratic Gov. Jim Hunt
Monday to a series of debates on subjects
ranging from Social Security to America's
Helms said, "If Gov. Hunt is unwilling
to step forward and publicly say what is on
his mind concerning the awesome issues
facing our republic, then he will be guilty
of hiding behind a smokescreen of delibe
rate misrepresentations, false statements
and distortions by some of his leading sup
porters." He referred to a full-page newspaper ad
that appeared Sunday in the Raleigh News
and Observer and the Winston-Salem
Journal. The ad, paid for by supporters of
Hunt, said Helms and Sen. John East,
. R-N.C, "are trying to cut Social Security
For the record
In the story titled "RHA endorses Monroe,
De Rochi, Ives" (Monday, Jan. 31), The Daily
Tar Heel incorrectly reported that Jon
Reckford advocated one academic adviser per
residence area. Reckford actually supported
one paid academic adviser per area.
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
Durham, N.C. 27702 providing him with your
name, correct address and social security
number. Your w-2 will then be mailed to
ALL YOU CAN
All dinners served with hush puppies," trench fries and cole slaw.
You may reorder any other "All You Can Eat" Item of equal or less cost than your original order.
Sharing of All You Can Eat Items cannot be permitted.
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
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with friends or organize a small group and sunbathe for
LEE, THE LAST 3Vi years have been wonderful. Tm looking
forward to our future. Love, Cathy.
SAM FROM GRIMES. Thanks for the mixer invite, h was
nice smiling at you again in the bowling alley. Interested in
future grins? Respond here!
JOIN US FOR ANOTHER terrific Hilld DeU on Wed
nesday 22, from 6-7:30. Speaking at 7:30 will be Dr.
Karmi Margolis. an American who now lives in Israel.
He will speak on his experiences of moving and settling
in Israel. -
FT.LAUDERDALE FOR SPRING BREAK! Your place in
the sun is at the HOLIDAY INN OCEANSIDEl! Please call
Judy, 968-0552. Bermuda, Bahamas & Daytona trip also
MALE WTTH HOT BLOOD offers interim blanket services to
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Boyfriend services are too emotionally taxing to be discon
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BIRTH CHOICE PREGNANT? Struggling with a lifetime
decision? Can we help? Call 942-3030.
ALPHA CHI SIGMA (Professional Chemistry Fraternity) wifl
hold rush on Feb. 2, 3. and 7. Open to all chemistry and
allied majors. For more info, come by 18-4 Venable.
TO JENNY FROM GUORO. I know this sounds Hke a line
but where have you been all my Hie? You can wear my
jacket anyday. Mike.
STUDENT CANDIDATES FORUM TONIGHT
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door free delivery of our famous Sino-Cabbach yi seafood
and stir-fried authentic Chinese food, from Huroaa and
Sacchuan. Please caB in for your order (minimum of 2).
Also Inquire about our daily dinner special. Daffy Luncheon
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transportation and accommodation $150 act now. CaB
Lor ell at 933-6138 for more foformatkMi.
TOM GORRY: THAT'LL TEACH you to mess around with
400-pound boys! Hop you're feeling better soon. Archer.
benefits of 1 million North Carolinians."
Helms announced last week that he
would propose an alternate plan for the
Social Security program but promised it
would not cut benefits.
Hunt is expected to challenge Helms for
his Senate seat in 1984 but neither has an
nounced as a candidate.
Gary Pearce, a spokesman for Hunt,
said there should be no consideration of
debates until Hunt and Helms decide
whether they will run for the Senate.
TOKYO Secretary of State George P.
Shultz is telling Japan's leaders the United
States will not make an arms control deal
in Europe that results in more medium
range Soviet SS-20 missiles aimed at targets
He also says the United States and Japan
will resist intimidation by "Soviet threats"
of the kind directed at Japan after Prime
Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone strongly re
stated his government's determination to
build its self-defense capabilities.
' President Reagan proposed at Geneva
the adoption of the so-called zero option
under which the Soviet Union would dis
mantle its entire force of nuclear-armed
SS-20s, estimated to total about 330, in
return for the cancellation of U.S. plans to
deploy 572 medium-range Pershing 2 and
cruise missiles in Western Europe.
The Shultz visit to Japan, the first stop
on a three-nation Asian trip that will take
the secretary to China and South Korea,
has drawn harsh criticism from the Soviet
Union. The Soviets accused the United
States of promoting "militarization" and
of "building up tensions in the Far East."
In Monday's listing of Campus Governing
Council candidates, Doc Droze was incorrectly
listed as a District 21 candidate. Droze is run
ning for a CGC seat in District 22. The DTH
regrets these errors.
Fried FJ::;t of
Bear and WW
the DTH office or mailed to
Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
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STANDARD EQUIPPED 1960 MALE wno options has
space for compact sleek female in fair condition. Need 60-63
make wroom for one. Willing to talk. Must have something
which make run. Repondea DTH. Bug.
CAROLINA SPORTS ARE 1! Lef make Carolina
Student 1. tool Vote for PADRAIC BAXTER for
Carolina Athletic Association President!
CURE FOR MUNCWES DISCOVERED! Sec coupons hi
back of Campus Phone Book for low cost prescriptions.
Special offers end soon, dip today!
DRUG STUDY TO TREAT severe pre-menetrual breast
pain. CaB 966-5289 if interested.
PLANT A TREE IN ISRAEL! If you'd Hke to help the
ecology of lsreaL who not plant a tree? You can plant It
with friend or a group or alone. Plant tt In Honor of
someone or In memory of someone. For )ust $5.00 you
can give of yourself to others and to the land Israel.
Hiflel wifl be selling tree for the Jewish National Fund
on Wednesday, February 2 and Thursday February 3,
from 10-2.-00 at the Union.
TO THE NEW SISTERS from the new pledges Congrats on
your initiation Into Sigma Sigma Sigma S.P., B.A., M.G.
and M B.
AD-CAUL THE RON saaal Yoar aaaaaic friaad.
THANKS TO ALL YOU tne folks that have made all of us at
THE YOGURT PUMP feel welcome m Chapel Hid Come
sec us and check for our specials.
SCOOP CAMACHO-1 KNEW you could do W Congrats!
HEY B.D.I JUST WANTED to be the first guy to wish
his sweetie a happy Valentine's Day, 'cause the best girl
in the world deserve to b first Lotsa Love, Otter.
RANDY. CATHY B (from Knoxvffle) is busy but 111 be glad
to have lunch with you. Her boyfriend.
SKI NEARBY OR REFRESH your spirit by the fireside. No
aMeruptioM except those you want at MOUNTAIN BROOK
COTTAGES, the Getaway Place. $45 nitely for 2. $55 nitely
for 4. 704-586-4329.
SPEAK OUT AGAINST RACISM at UNC and for student
control. Students from PIRG and Concerned students wifl
speak in the Pal tomorrow about divestiunt minority hiring
practices and student control. 12:00-1.-00. live music also.
Remember to vote "yes" for divestment and student control
ea Feb. 8.
JOHNNY KTrrraOiNGl You're a saani Tm sorry I forgot-I
could D-44L So many ttme I coukf v never made M without
you. So. I teres a toast to great friend, the GE Formal
Saturday fright, and seven more unforgettable semester.
You're on in a million, and I Love ya dearly. Lisa T.
w&nt to buy
PURCHAS ING NEW AND USED LPs, tape. 45. Rock.
Classical, Jazz, NewWave, Blues, etc. Back Door Records,
136 E. Roamary. Lower Level NCNB Plaza behind Founda
tion Bookstore. 12-6 pm, Moit-Sat 933-0019 or 929-6175.
4500 LPs for sale.
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