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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, August 02, 1984, Page 2, Image 2

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MI ISM Page 2 Thursday, August 2, 1984 L uiSW- Educational Center TEST PREPARATION SPECIALISTS SINCE 1938 JADE PALACE ' CHINESE AND SEAFOOD RESTAURANT Area's most publicized Chinese cuisines amidst oriental atmos phere specializing in Hunam, Szechuan and Peking dishes. Luncheon Special is $2.90 We deliver food to campus 7 days a week and complete catering service is available to any size party on short notice. Free E33 Roll with J I purchase of dinner I Expires 91584 I 103 E. Mam St. Carrboro, NC 27510 Across from NCNB 919942-0006 All ABC Permits Major Credit Card Accepted (0 EL announcements Coming Soon! COLD CARE CENTER ARRIVES AT STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE Learn how to correctly identify symptoms, read your temperature, examine your throat, and care for your cold miseries. Save clinic waiting time by self-assessment. Go through clearly marked cold care steps beginning this fall semester, located off the clinic waiting area. A nurse will be available to answer your questions and refer you to an appropriate health profes sional (if necessary). NEW APPOINTMENT SYSTEM AT STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE. Beginning fall semester all clinical sections will be handled on an appointment basis. 7b arrange appointments for urgent or acute care needs, call 966-2281; future date clinical medicine appointments, call 966 4558; Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Clinic, call 966-3655; Women's Health, call 966 3650; Mental Health, call 966-3658; Specialty Clinics (Eye, ENT, Dermatology), call 966-3666. Save waiting time and get unrushed attentive care from your health professional by schedul ing your appointment ahead of time! $5.00 HOUR WILL BE PAID to healthy non smoking white men and women, age 18-35, who participate in EPA breathing research on the UNC campus. Please call 966-1253 Monday-Friday 8am 5pm. BLACK MEN AND BLACK WOMEN $45 will be paid to healthy noa-amokers, age 18-35 who complete aa EPA breathing stady on UNC campas. Please call 966-1253 Monday-Friday Sam-5pm. RELAX, its a question of joy! The Yoga Race will offer 2 summer sessions May 28-June 28 and July 9 Aug.9 with 7 class times to choose from. For information and registration call 967 9686, for the joy! 452 W. Franklin since 1975. help wanted SECRETARY NEEDED Immediately for Doctor's Office. In Raleigh's Glenwood Village. GREAT PAY! M. Wed. Thurs. afternoons. Call 787 0710. Leave name and number. Some experience necessary. PART TIME OUTDOOR WORK within the Chapel HillDurham area for a Chemical Lawn Care Company. Approx. 15 hrs.wk., starting salary at 4.hr. Call 688-3688 and leave name and number or 828 9098. Call Days Evenings & Weekends 2634 Chapel Hill Blvd., Suite 112, Durham, NC 27707 91 9-489-87207489-2348 or 1-800-672-5919 Luncheons Mon.-Fri 11:15-2:15 Sun. 12:00-2:30 Dinners Sun.-Thurs. 5:00-9:30 Fri.-Sat. 5:00-10:30 BE ADDS The last issue of The Tar Heel is August 2nd. The first issue of Deadline for Classified Ads is August 20. ROMAN WINGS needs enthusiastic and reliable delivery personnel. Good earnings and flexible hours. Apply at Roman Wings, 401 W. Franklin Si. beside the bus station. $$ EARN CASH $$ Attention Students, Actors, Artists! PlayMak ers need telephone stars to promote upcoming season. Basecommission 150. possible. Part or Full time positions available. Call us at 962 4069 between 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Peace Corps needs dedicated people to work in developing country villages to teach skills. Call Dan OBrien; 966-3761. GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,559- $50,553year. Now Hiring. Your Area. Call 805 6874000 Ext.. R9594. ASTHMATICS NEEDED1 $120 will be paid apoi completion of and EPA breathing atady oa the UNC campas. Time commit meat is aboat 20 hoars. To qaalify yoa mast be a healthy, non-smoking asthmatic white male, age 18-35. Please call Dr. Donald Horstmaa at 541-3804, Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. LOVING, RESPONSIBLE PERSON needed tocare for 2 boys (ages 4 and 6) and to help with housework from 7:15am to 5pm Monday through Friday, for 6 to 9 months. Starting in late August or early September. Some flexibility in morning work hours possible. Must have good driving record. Own transportation preferable. References required. CaO 967-4536 or 929-7959. roommate wanted ROOMMATE WANTED for furnished condomi nium. Your own room (unfurnished) and lots of extras for 'a rent and utilities and security deposit. Students preferred. Call 967-9532. Leave message. services Nationwide Insurance. Phil Crisp Agency. Call or come by for a comparison on Auto, Health and other lines of insurance. Suite 12, The Courtyard, above Harmony Farms. 967-8399. The Associated Press NASHVILLE The nation's Democratic governors chastised President Reagan Tuesday for the huge federal deficit. Reagan acknowledged that it was a prob lem and said, "I pledge that I will SPORTS APPAREL AND SHOES BY: Fila Adidas Brooks Tiger New Balance Boast Converse Nike "We Stand Behind What We Sell" Lower Level - Franklin Centre - 942-741 5 128 E. Franklin - Across the street from NCNB g" $1.50 off Expires August 28, 1984 $1.50 off UJH!)(6W o o 35 mmmmm 5 403 W. Rosemary St. $1.50 off with All ads must be prepaid: Deadline: Classified placed at the DTH office or mailed to the DTH ads must be received by 12 (noon) on the Tues- Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. day before publication. Classified ads may be BUYING NEW AND USED LPs. Tapes and 45's (Rock, Classical, Jazz, Blues, etc.) and Entire Collections. Back Door Records, 136 E. Rosemary, Lower Level, NCNB Plaza, near Ram Theatres. Mon. - Sat., 12-6 p.m. 933-0019. BUY -TRADE -SELL TYPING! Theses, dissertations, reports. Faat, acenrate and reliable typing with a word processor. Call 962-2307 or 929 2270. ABORTION to 20 weeks. Private and confidential GYN office with Saturday and evening appointments available. FREE Pregnancy Tests. 942-0824. Word processingtyping resumes, theses, disserta tions, term papers. Graduate school approved. CaO Joan or Kathleen at 967-0822. WRITING, TYPING, and WORD PROCESSING SERVICE: Resumes, research papers, dissertations, recipe files, address books, reports, leaflets, invitations, poems, stories, articles, general corres pondence, mailings. Call 682-4174. Typing. $1.25 per page. Free correction of typos. Other services include rough draft availability, proofing, pickups and delivery. Graduate School approved. Call 489-6896 between 10am and 4pm. business opportunities Own your own Jean-Sportswear, Ladies Apparel. Combination, Accessories, Large Size store. National brands: Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi, Vanderbilt, Izod, Esprit, Brittania, Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Pic one, Claiborne, Members Only, Organically Grown, Healthtex, 700 others. $7,900 to $24,900, inventory, airfare, training, fixtures, grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Keenan (305) 678-3639. for sale MOVING SALE: August 4th. 5th. Air corxt rioner, bookshelves, stereo, wardrobes, tables, chairs, bicycle and lots more. 2331 Huron Street. Durham, off 2400 Chapel Hi! Road. continue to work to bring down deficits." The deficit dominated the final day of the National Governors' Association meeting, with the Republican governors passing a resolution on the matter as well as their Democratic counterparts. 1M wtHRRHB asanas Chapel Hill 967-1466 jj coupon $1.50 off o The Daily Tar Heel is August 22nd. personals KEITH So you want to be abused? Right here in print for the world to see? O.K. well have people call you and abuse you. To abi Keith caO 97-9871. (He loves it!) MAX, DARLING: After frolicking my way about Europe all summer, I've finally arrived in Salzburg, but I'm over the place. It seems my betrothed, Georg, has fallen in love with some little nun! How dare he be unfaithful to me!! So. this Baroness is ' a free woman again. Watch out aO you hot European men. I'm on the prowl again. Auf wiedersehen, darling, Elsa. Yo, Biz AdProd Staff! Thanks, Anne, Paula, Tammy, Terry, Trish, Brenda and Stacy for everything! It's been real and it's been fun, but it hasn't been real fun. Kudos to aO! Ben & Lynn Yo, Binkyl You are undoubtedly the most valuable ferret on the staff. Beware of the waxer! Yo, Entire Photo Staff! Vail have been terrific all of you, not just Jamie! Sorry about the Vanessa shots maybe in the fall (if not, how about a nice construction site double truck?). Yo, Persineerl Some people just aren't worth abusing, but you definitely are. Thanks for all the help so what if no one read THE story! May the road to Va. always be paved with anchovies. Yo, JodSI Thanks for everything this summer! Good kick in the real world maybe there won't be anything so awful as Tuesday nights, who knows? Ben & Lynn. Yo, Lyaal The biggest and best thanks go to you our most valuable and hard-working, all-around ziggy bebop of the backshop. You are hereby, by the power invested in me by the Gods of Copy, declared "Excluded from aD Get a Grip looks and or comments." Life sux and then you typeset, so walk with light and pass with care, okay? When we look back on this crazy summer, let us not remember the bad times, but, rather, totally obliterate the entire experience from our conscious ness except for cheese dip, p.g. stories, zoo cups, unofficial drinking contests, staff abuse, Tuesday nights, park patrols, luncheons, more staff abuse and The Big Three. Long tve mnuendosky Love, BENJY "The American people have a right to know now, not after the November election" how Reagan would cut the flow of red ink, said the Democratic resolution. In a telephone call from his California ranch, Reagan told the final session of the NGA meeting that he realized the deficit ia a problem. Regarding the deficit, I under stand your concern about high interest rates and how they effect the states' own economic recov ery," Reagan said in a brief address. "I'm pleased to report that we now estimate the deficit to be well below that which was projected last February." WASHINGTON Pollster Louis Harris said Tuesday that his latest survey, taken after the Democratic convention, shows President Reagan with only a two-point lead over rival Walter F. Mondale. . Reagan had an eight-point lead before the convention and was 18 points ahead of the former vice president in a Harris survey in April. Harris, at a breakfast briefing for reporters, credited Mondale's choice of Rep. Geraldine Ferraro as a runnning mate and the Democrats' harmonious gather ing in San Francisco for turning this election into "a horse race." is o o m Yo, ABeaslcy! The second biggest and best thanks go to you for simply being YOU! (No, thank yoa...) The Big Three would have been the Big Two without you. (That's LD Style, in case you didn't know... I mean, some people might think they would rum into a Squeezo veggie masher or something...) Just having a crazy, unpredictable guy like you around has been simply AWESOME! By the way, what's the difference between jazz and a bowling ball? None. They're both dead. And who's gonna do ya in England? H & H Chicks? Oh, really? May you always have real cheese, an unwarped you-know-what, more information and fair weeks. Stay hapopy! Your fellow gatekeepers To the Gatekeepers, the area's ONLY five editing team Ms. Part on never had LD style and Mr. Holmes could never be BEN. (Then again, who could?) Best of luck next year when every day is Tuesday night. You're both the greatest. This summer has been a good deal worse than a bad joke, and then again, the best ever. AB innuendos aside, I love you two take care of each other for me and write often. Send aR mail to Eugene, Oregon. Yan Yang Kipperbang, That Crazy A&F editor To the C's Ps: I wonder what the editors at the Tar Hed will think when they paste this up. Thanks for being much more than just one half of the summer. Remember, things always work out for the best I promise. They may surprise you yet. Hang in there. Love Always, Your Secret Admirer Hello, Engene, Ore.? Is anyone oat there? No, secret admirer, it's thank you, for listening to my assorted neuroses, for the flowers, for all those heds and cuts, and for the hugs. And, of course, for the Rezillos remember, I said anything. Maybe you can collect on that when I hit Bristol in December... Anyway, it's not LD Style to get mushy in the personals, so IH wrap it up now. All my loveski, the C's Ps. To my favorite peagaia, B elri; It's been just crazy sharing everything from innuendo to cheese dip to couches with you this summer. J net crazy ' But seriously, I couldn't have had a better person ' to spend a summer in hefl with than you, even with the get-a-grip looks and the other assorted abuses I had to endure. You're a crazy guy, Ben. Jnst crazy Sorry for aD the times that I did the abusing, but you've at least gotta admit I've got a pretty good slap. I just don't know what overcame me I must have been crazy. Jnst crazy. AO m all, you might say it's been no letdown for Trekkies. Loveski and kisskies, your devoted M.E. Jnst crazy. Parti, I'm going to miss you. Your friendship means more to me than you know..And good-by to UNC, keep up the wonderful tradition. Thanks for the best coOege years anyone could hope for... Love and Goddess, Jodi

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