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The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, August 28, 19843A
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iVew y agency J help s find child care
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By KAREN YOUNGBLOOD
Staff Writer "
The Child Care Networks is a new agency that operates
as a referral service for families who want to find appropriate
'child care, but arent sure where to look.
Sponsored in part by UNC, Memorial Hospital, Orange
County, the United Way and other private contributions,
the non-profit organization's services are offered free of
charge to individuals seeking information for referral services.
CCN gives parents questions to ask and tells them what
to look for when they need child care, but the agency does
not tell families where to go for child care services.
Parents who consult CCN will be referred to the various
child care programs that are best suited for them, but the
parents must make the final decision.
All referrals made by the service must be either licensed
or registered, depending on whether it is a private home
or a day care center. Howard Lee, former mayor of Chapel
Hill and special campaign consultant to the state Democratic
Party, said that the agency will help guard against cases
of child abuse and neglect, which is a growing concern among
The people at CCN expect students to be interested in
the service since it may help students who have children
and odd schedules as well a tight budget. Also, students
who are looking for a part-time job may keep children without
having to compromise schoolwork.
Since the agency opened its doors July 1, more than 90
families have called seeking information, according to Mike
Sharp, vice president of the board at CCN.
He cited reports at an open house for the agency Sunday
that advocated the need for such services, and encouraged
the creation of CCN.
CCN is open on Mondays 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The agency
is located in Suite 217 of Carr Mill Mall.
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. DTHNancy London
Even thoua their house has been condemned, the brothers of Delta Tau Delta fraternity look to the future
According to Rollie Tillman, vice
chancellor of University relations, the
class of 1986 will probably be the first
to graduate in the SAC. Tillman said
although the building would be tech
nically finished by next spring, it will
not be used for graduation due to dirt
"Graduation here at UNC is a very
special occasion, and it would not be
right to hold it in less than adequate
surroundings, Tillman said. The class
of 1985 will, by realistic prediction,
graduate in Kenan Stadium, Tillman
trom page 1 Maine maps confuse tourists
The Associated Press
PORTLAND, Maine Tourists who
get their bearings from restaurant
place mats showing a map of Maine
could find themselves in a state of
Thousands of the mats, printed by
a New Jersey company for restaurants
in the Pine Tree State, mistakenly
identify Quebec, Canada - rather than
New Hampshire- as being west of
Claire Dechene, owner of Old
Oxford Village restaurant in Oxford,
says that when customers notice the
flaw, "I just tell them that's the way
they came in - with a misprint."
Tourists often take the paper mats
with them "to help them get around
Maine," she said.
"It could have been mistaken art
work," said Michael Wenemer of Ivex
Corp. in Rockaway, N.J. "IH check
into it and make sure it's corrected."
At Specialty Paper Co. in Lewiston,
which distributes the place mats,
owner Samuel Simonds said he was
unaware of the misprints, and would
"have to examine them closer."
moves its office
Planned Parenthood of Orange
County is combining its offices and
moving to Kroger Plaza in Chapel Hill.
The administrative office will open there
on Sept. 4 and the first patients will
be seen there Sept. 6.
The administrative offices have been
located on Estes Drive in Chapel Hijl,
and a clinic office has been located in
Hillborough for the last year.
There will still be regular office hours
in Hillsborough and programs in the
northern Orange County area will be
emphasized. AvtolWree telephone line
from Hillsborough (7236161) will also
operate for information, counseling,
referrals and clinic appointments.
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Yes, there are differences.
And we think you should
know what they are. Ask
yourself these questions.
Probably not. But when
you lease your telephone
from AT&T this fall, you
won't pay any lease charge
next summer. You can use
your phone at home, and bring
it back to school in the fall.
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selects: 0? colons mm styles?
No. Chickens don't come in many colors.
But the AT&T telephone you lease this
fall comes in a variety of colors and
three popular styles.
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Don't kid voiirself . Renairinff a
rVnWn ic a Hfliratft nroress that renuires the work
of expensive professionals. However, in the off chance your
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telephone will be shipped
directly to you after one
call to 1-800-555-8111,
or you can pick up your
phone at any of our AT&T
DOES IT COST THE SAL1E
TO LEASE A CIIIulEu AS
TO LEASE A TELEPHONE
Hardly. While we have no
hard data on the exact cost of
leasing a chicken, we can tell you
with some certainty that the cost
of leasing a telephone this fall is
fax less than you might think.
The decision to lease a chicken
or a telephone, of course, rests with
you. But should you opt for the tele
phone, remember: you get three months
free next summer, and you can take the
phone home with you. There's a choice of
colors and styles, free repair, and we ll
ship you the phone
or you can pick
AT&T leased telephone needs repairs, we'll fix it absolutely
free when you visit any of our AT&T Phone Centers.
. AHE LEASED GlICItETdS SHIPPED HIHECTW TO YOU? -:
Ship a chicken? Don't be silly. However, your AT&T leased
4325 Glenwood Avenue
of our AT&T Phone Centers .
It doesn't cost much either. And
that's something to crow about.
AT&T Consumer Sales and
Service. To order your telephone,
call 1-800-555-8111 for delivery
right to your door or for information
concerning AT&T Phone Center
1539 Highway 70-West
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Valid with the following restrictions: 1 . You must be registered for 12 accredited hours for the 1984 fall term. 2. Valid only to students billed by AT&T Consumer Sates and Service : 3. Delinquent accounts are void 1 fom oen SJt gjjf 8
72months from lease Vitiation date. 6. This offer is no! valid for permanent year-round resident students. 7. The three free months will not beginuntil you have pad for the first rune rnonths of your lease 8 AU telephones are FCC registered. We provide repair service lor all
telephones sold at AT&T Phone Centers. Only telephones equipped with Touchtone dialing can access certain long distance services and networks. Copyright. A I & I Consumer bales and bervice lyw .