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2The Daily Tar HeelFriday, September 30, 1983
Telephone access charges are
By J. BONASIA
With the Jan. 1, 1984 breakup of the
Bell System looming ever-closer, ques
tions regarding long-distance access
charges remain unanswered.
The state Utilities Commission is hear
ing testimony on access charges which, if
approved, will require subscribers to pay
a set fee each month in order to have ac
cess to in-state long-distance telephone
The access charges are unneeded, said
Attorney General Rufus Edmisten, who
testified before the commission Monday.
Edmisten argued that the long-distance
costs should continue to be paid by long
distance carrier companies that can ab
sorb the burden bv raising 1rvv1 rat
"We fear that a flat charge might drive
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BRICE STREET BAND IN concert Friday only Sept
30th at the new CATs CRADLE on Franknn Street
Don't mfss this fabulous rock V roll band.
DANCERCIZE HURRY! Classes begin SATURDAY.
Limited spaces available in low-cost convenient exercise
classes. 10-11 a.m. Saturdays 10 wk$14 Carolina Student
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APPLICATION FOR SCHOOL OF Nursing general col
lege sophomores & UNC-CH juniors and seniors may
pick up applications for 1984-85 academic year (begins
second summer session 1984) in room 15, Carrington
Hall on October 6 at 7 pm. The application process will
be discussed at this time.
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rates so high that the phone becomes a
luxury item," said Phil Telfer, assistant
attorney general. "The result would be a
class of society that is phoneless."
Southern Bell has asked the Utilities
Commission for permission to charge
residential customers $1.30 a month and
business customers $3.02 a month for in
The Federal Communications Com
mission has already decided to charge
residential customers $2 a month and
business customers $6 a month for out-of-state
These charges would take effect at the'
beginning of 1984, when seven indepen
dent regional companies assume control
of long-distance lines lrom the Bell
Edmisten's task force is basing its
assertions on Bell's proposed rates, which
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ATTENTION ALL PIZZA BUYERS! Please don't
forget your pizza delivery person. They work hard all
night trying to bring you hot pizza. Don't forget to thank
them with a tip. They depend on It
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FOLLOWING THE 7 PM show of Ticket to Heaves
a member of CARP (an organization of Rev. Moon) and
a member of Parents of Kids in Cults will respond to and
discuss the film Room 224, Carolina Union, Saturday,
ESCAPE FROM LONUNESS? HOW? Reformed Church in
YMCA on Airport Rd. Sunday, 11 am.
lost and found
LOST: GOLD SEIKO-QUARTZ wristwatch between
Franklin Street and Fetzer Gym. Reward offered. Please call
Kathy at 967-1387.
FOUND ONE TEXTBOOK, Interplay in front of Connor.
FOUND: LADY'S WATCH SATURDAY night Can
933-4077 and Identify.
LOST IN FRONT OF Biological Research office last Thurs
day afternoon, brown three fold "Levi's" wallet. Reward for
return. H found please caD Gregg 933-4272.
LOST NEAR HAMILTON, MANNING, track: Engagement
Ring, white gold. If found please call Lisa. 933-1163 or
962-3041 (pod sd). Keep trying. $100 reward.
LADIES WHITE DUCK BAG with navy trim at Winn Dixie
University Matt on Monday, Sept. 26. REWARD 967-2161.
REWARD FOR RETURN OF greengrey backpack contain
ing 2 binders (important notes!) One brown umbrella Bio
Chen. Tox., 3 keys. CaD 9684358, evenings.
FOUND: LADIES WATCH WITH out a band. Found in pit at
' noon on Fri., Sept 23. Identify and if s yours. Call Nannette
Sunday, Oct. 2, 9:30-2:00
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are by no means concrete, said Don
Elmore, spokesman for Southern Bell.
"Since these access charges are still on
ly suggestions, it's hard to know just who
will be charged what," Elmore said.
The Utilities Commission will continue
to hear testimony through the month of
October before coming to any final deci
sions on access charges. Southern Bell
and several concerned interveners are
scheduled to appear before the commis
sion Oct. 1 1 in Raleigh. Also, the com
mission plans to hold public hearings
Oct. 17 in Asheville, Charlotte, Raleigh
Gas leak temporarily
closes two streets
Airport Road and North Street were
closed temporarily Thursday afternoon
following the investigation of a possible
gas leak at 515 Hillsborough St.
Officer Robert Frick of the Chapel Hill
Police Department said that two houses
appeared to have been affected by the leak
and were sealed off. A crew from Chapel
Hill Public Service Gas was sent to contain
the leak. No one was evacuated from the
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LOST TUES. IN THE Student Union, silver colored high
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message for Dave 933-3168. .
FOUND ONE LADIES WALLET. Discovered in Davie on
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LOST! A DELTA PHI Epsilon Sorority pin sometime after
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OFFERED. Call 933-8958 PLEASE.
PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY COMPANY IS looking for a
drummer for its production of As You like It opening Oct. 6.
Call Kim Kearsley 962-1132 ASAP.
BLACK MALES A FEMALES - $45 win be paid
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WANTED: VOLUNTEERS WITH MODERATELY severe
acne for a 12-week acne study. Six visits to Dept of Derma
tology UNC required. $50 given upon completion of study.
Cal Carol Meyer 966-3321 M. W, F 1-5 pm.
PERSONS WITH CAR FOR Bght delivery seat ap
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PERSONS WITH SENSITIVE TEETH. A new desensitizing
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or obtain information caD Betty Fisher 966-2703.
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AWARD-WINNING WEEKLY NEWSPAPER that specia
lizes in news concerning black community seeks general
assignment reporter who is versatile and aggressive. AppB
' cant should have effective command of English grammar
and spelling. Send resume and writing samples to: Allen
Johnson, executive editor, Winston-Salem Chronicle, P.O.
Box 3154. Winston-Salem, NC 27102.
STUDENTS PLEASANT TELEPHONE WORK froas
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The Associated Press
WASHINGTON As the United States prepares to close
the books on the 1933 fiscal year, British Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher and foreign finance ministers expressed
concern Thursday that staggering U.S. budget deficits might
jeopardize the global economic recovery.
Thatcher, here to meet with President Reagan, added her
voice to the chorus of foreign complaints this week that the
deficits will keep interest rates high and hamper the economic
rebound just getting under way.
Thatcher said she feels it is "very harmful, coming out of a
recession, to have a high interest rate. It stops expan
sion. . .and, of course, if you don't get expansion, you do not
get the national income."
WASHINGTON One of the most conservative
Republicans in the House said Thursday that President
Reagan and his aides are "deluding themselves" by declaring
the case closed over Interior Secretary James Watt.
If Watt isn't fired, the administration will face a series of
embarrassing votes in Congress condemning him, said Rep.
Newt Gingrich, R-Ga. Gingrich said he could see no "signifi
cant numbers" of House supporters left behind Watt.
But at the White House, presidential aides continued to pro
nounce the issue settled over Watt's description of five advisers
as "a black. . . a woman, two Jews and a cripple."
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MONTHLY MAGAZINE THAT SPECIALIZES in black col
lege sports seeks associate editor to write stories, assist in
layout and coordinate network of free lance writers. Send
resume and writing samples to: Allen Johnson, editor. Black
College Sports Review, P.O. Box 3154, Winston-Salem, NC
LEARN BARTENDING. CLASSES START soon. South
eastern Bartending Institute. Learn a profession in 1-2
weeks. Local classes. CaU 942-5385, 6pm-10 pm Mon., 10
am -2 pm. Tues.-Fri.
ABORTION TO 18 WEEKS. Free pregnancy test
WHY WORKOUT AT THE GYM? We're the cleanest best
equipped, most professional fitness center in the area! We're
also the closest to campus. 503 W. Main Street Carrboro.
CaU 933-9249 for free trial workout.
COLLEGE SWEATSHIRTS! Harvard (grey) - Yale (white)
Princeton (navy) Dartmouth (kelly) North Carolina
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39601. COD orders can 1-601-835-1085.
LOVE SEAT WITH MATCHING chair good condition
ROOM IN GRANVILLE SOUTH for upcoming Spring
Semester. Need someone to buy my contract Please call
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COMIC BOOKS: 1940s-1980s. Records: jazz, classical,
oldies, swing, rock. Books: literature, history, science fic
tion, mystery. 10-7 every day. BooksRecordsComics, 215
North Gregson Street Durham. 683-3244. '
MUST SELL NEW DROP leaf dining room table 2 coffee
tables 2 glass top end tables 2 solid end tables phone
942-2439 after 6 pm weekdays anytime on weekends.
80 SUNBIRD PONTIAC FOR sale 24.000 miles, AC PS PB
AMFM Cassette Stereo. THt Wheel. $4000. CaU 833-1364.
TM LOOKING FOR A ride during Fan Break with anyone
going within 200 miles of Little Rock, Arkansas. Will cover
Vi expenses and driving. Please can for Jim at 933-3168.
STUDIOUS, NON-SMOKING MALE ROOMMATE
wanted. Rent is $140 a month including utilities. Within
walking distance of campus. CaU 968-8120 after 5 p.m.
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Shrine Club sponsors fish fry:
The Orange County Shrine Club is sponsor
ing a fish fry today from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in
the parking lot of University Mall.
SOAP'S of fers you a laundromat with
class (plus video games TV and beer!)
Come to SOAP'S and do your wash,
Your 13th wash is FREE!
(Ask attendant for details.)
Chapel Hill: 301 W. Franklin St. 929-9500
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED FOR immediate oc
cupancy. Large bedroom, walking distance to campus. Rent
$157.50. Take over lease no deposit required. CaB 929-9510
FEMALE HOUSEMATE WANTED. SOLAR townhouse.
Furnished bedroom with balcony. Hardwood floors. Fire
place, washer and'dryer. Housebroken pets OK. 18 mile
from campus. Grad. student preferred. $250.00 negotiable
ft utilities. Cafi Margaret at 9684)467.
2 PEOPLE NEEDED TO fill 5 bdrm. furnished house on
Gim ghoul Rd. Prefer undergraduates who are wett rounded
studious partiers. Rent $130.00 month. House one minute
walk to campus. Call 967-4768.
I DESPERATELY NEED ANY North Campus parking per
mit. Witt trade for S-4A. CaU 933-1456.
WANTED: DESPERATELY NEED 2 guest tickets for the
Wake Forest Game! CaU Lauren after 5.-00. 967-7517
TO THE BUND: HAPPY Anniversary! Here's to our first
year together, and many many more. Tm always yours. . .
and sweetie, I Love You! The Deaf.
YOU'RE INVITED! ALL-YOU-Can-Eat Pancake Brunch
this Sunday at the Theta house, 227 E. Rosemary,
9:30-2:00. Proceeds go to Leukemia Society. Purchase
tickets from a Theta or buy them at the door. $3.00
The Cellar Door, UNCs Undergraduate Literary Maga
zine, will be accepting submissions of prose, poetry, and
graphics through Oct 3. For guidelines check the
BREAKFAST IN BED! IN the wee hours PM Mu members
will awake to deliver you or a friend breakfast in bed!
Brighten someone's day send them breakfast for $1. See any
Phi Mu or can 967-9165.
WETS IE. HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY! Lefs go out and get
totally shit-faced on our last night of legality! PurdVs Happy
Hour 3:00. Our treat! Love always, Jami and Kristf P.S.
Eat a platter it's cheaper!
BOZE (ALIAS SIX PACK) do you have a honey? Does Rufus
still like your white teeth? We have had a lot of great times
and looking forward to the ones to come! Love always
PARTY SATURDAY NIGHT! The Sound Barrier pres
ents wicked fun bve dance rock with The Pound Notes,
Southern Culture on The Skids, and Innocent Bystand
ers! Three bands! Triple the excitement! Shazam!
HEY TONY U, THE fateful hour for the beer tap to run dry is
swiftly approaching. Have fun tonight, but don't overdo it
and don't kiss anything with bark! Love, your sister.
YOUR MOMMAS SLEEP IN Teague and stay awake in
Connor, but when they really want to throw down they
come to Mangum!
ANDROPOV-HOT LINES BUSY-Who's Wormwood?
KC83 under investigation tt is a matter of national security.
CIA deduced it's to change the course of history. No further
mfo available until next week. Just as concerned Ronnie.
I travel to the North Carolina shores
weekly and select the freshest fish,
shrimp, and shellfish for the area's
discerning shoppers and finest
300 W. Rosecisxy St.
CAPE HATTERAS Tropical Storm Dean continued to
be indecisive late Thursday night and stopped dead in its tracks
110 miles off the coast of North Carolina and Virginia.
The storm had been moving on an erratic course at about 1 5
miles an hour toward the northwest, with sustained winds
reaching 70 mph and hurricane-force winds reported in squalls
moving ahead of it.
But at 9 p.m. Thursday, the storm was reported to be in the
same position it held at 6 p.m. Forecasters were still predicting
it would hit the Virginia or North Carolina coast by this morning.
RALEIGH Preservation of universal telephone service is
a major factor in determining whether to charge customers for
long-distance access, state Utilities Commission Edward Hipp
The Federal Communications Commission has authorized a
$2-a-month charge for residential customers and a $6-a-month
fee for businesses to pay for access to interstate long-distance
lines beginning Jan. 1, 1984.
Southern Bell has asked the state Utilities Commission for
authority to charge residential customers $1.30 a month and
business customers $3.02 a month for access to in-state long
"The lower-income customers will have to make a very hard J
choice between doubled telephone bills or giving something
else up," Hipp told the Legislature's Utility Review Commis
sion. "Their budgets are very close."
RALEIGH The unemployment rate dropped in 86 of
North Carolina's 100 counties in August, the chairman of the
state Employment Security Commission said Thursday.
Glenn Jernigan attributed the decrease to "continuing im
proved economic conditions."
"This recovery is expected to be sustained for the balance of
1983, and unemployment rates should be well below 1982
levels," he said.
All proceeds from the fish fry will go to
Shriners hospitals for crippled children and to
burn centers. The Shriners support 18 orthope
dic hospitals and three burn centers nationwide.
OVER SKIN,, HER COOL breath, the frosty kiss and
thoughts turn to fires blazing fat another world She has
created a new season A time and a place Never to be forgot
ten I will not forget you.
ATTENTION ALICIA M.: WE'RE glad you're have GROUP
SAX with us this year. Have a really special birthday! Love,
CATHY F., SO THE law thinks they can stop you on Oct
ober 1st! Wen, we both know that 39 days is not enough for
you and your big sis Is here to help! Let's party! Amy.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY AND THANK you. Bobby, for the
most wonderful year of my life. I am, in every thought of my
heart, yours. Forever Krystin.
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ATTENTION BIG HAG: ALTHOUGH you still reside In
Morrison, 4th floor dark side (appropriately), you are con
tinuously migrating to 6th floor sunny side and terrorizing
those unfortunate occupants with your wretched hagginess.
Big Hag phone home! Love, 3 fellow executive cave dwellers.
We now have a new SPECIAL BLEND COFFEE for our
customers. Introductory special. 25C a cup. THE YOGURT
PUMP. 106 W. Franklin between Pizza Hut and Mr. Gattl's.
Free samples of our yogurt available!
WRENN THE CATS CRADLE with Brice Street Finally in
Chapel Hill! Well be Jamming with the Gigolo Love, Dred.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY. J.H.! HERE'S to your priceless smile
and the fulfillment of all your dreams. Love, Mandy. P.S.
youH never be an old man to me!
TO THE LITTLE BOY On The Hill, Happy 21st Birthday!
Hope you are as happy as I am! I Love You Little Girl in
CHERYL. ITS YOUR DAY! Hope you have a great one.
And I haven't forgotten. I owe you dinner! Love, C.T.
"THEY'RE PLAYING OUR SONG," fuzzy screwdrivers,
beach in January, "something's telling me It might be you."
swim test, camping in the Uvingroom, rum and cokes,
astronomy movies, locked in bathroom with no lights, and
daOy Bfe. Here's to our past. Please dont give up on the
future. Your respectful, unconditional best friend.
JULIA. F. HAPPY B-DAY, tomorrow. Here's to: Burger
King, Swensen's, DarryTs, congregating on the balcony,
riding the big one, great talks, sangria, coffee, the fifth that
someone stole, being comfortable, red-n-black, and I never
(but you did)! Live your last teen year to the max. Friends,
"R". GOOD LUCK WITH your LSATs. We're behind you so
Just take a deep breath, relax and luck ass. . . dammit! Love,
Cindy, Debi, and Janet
DEAR DEX1 YOUR OWN personal personal! Thanks for be
ing a great borther. I Love You and am very proud of you!
GRIT-HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO one of the greatest.
Greatest what? Guess we don't need air conditioning now!
Love, Devonne, Damn it, and The Alcoholic.
YO-NEW DEEPHER PLEDGES, get ready for a fun filled
semester, we're all so happy and excited. We love you, the
AMY EL-HINDI, YOU ARE the most remarkable person.
We couldn't have done it without you. Thanks so much for
all your help. Deha Phi Epsilon.
DEAR ALAN S. I LOVE you but 1 don't like running around
in circles. Maybe this is best, maybe not. Who knows? Ixrjt,
HAPPY 19TH BIRTHDAY JOE
Celebrate tonight with fine food, good friends, strong drink,
hot women and, yes, I hope you learn it all! Dick.
DEAR ROOMIE. DONT STUDY too much this week-end!
Medical technology isn't everything. Be ready for a celebra
tion on Monday night! Spikes.
HAPPY BELATED BIRHTDAY
Roses Are Red
Fireworks Are Too!
Hope You Had A Blast
Love, Joy, Cathy & Sheila
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