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2The Daily Tar HeelFriday, September 7, 1984
Reagan official campaigns for Cobey
Hunt threatens Lake Gaston lawsuit
By TOM CONLON
Attacking big government and exces
sive spending, the director of the U.S.
Office of Personnel Management
defended Reagan administration poli
cies and campaigned for 4th district
Republican congressional candidate
Bill Cobey on campus yesterday.
Cobey introduced Donald J. Devine
and took time to speak and shake hands
with students. He seeks to unseat six
term Democratic incumbent Ike
Andrews in November.
"Much of the Congress in Washing
ton particularly the House of
Representatives are not concerned
about the taxpayers money, Devine
told 20 students in the Union. "Much
of the attitude in Washington is that
the taxpayers will pay the expenses so,
why worry about it?
"One of the reasons we got into
trouble during the 60s and 70s was that
we had no capitol to invest in we
threw it all into government, he said.
"Today we have 100,000 fewer non
defense employes since Reagan took
office we're proud of that. My agency
has 24 percent fewer people than before
and weVe working more efficiently.
"We went in with the idea we'd
approach government and do things
differently and hasn't the president
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THE YOGA PLACE win offer 2 faO sessions
Sept. 3-Oct. 25 and Oct. 29-Dec. 20 with 8
ad alt aad 2 children's classes. For information
call 967-9686. It's a qneation of joy! 452 W.
Franklin St. since 1975.
FALL 1984 RAINBOW SOCCER registration begins
Monday, Aug. 20, Noon-6 p.m., at 500 W. Rosemary St.,
Chapel Hill. FIELD REGISTRATION is Saturdays, Aug. 18.
Aug. 25, and Sept. 1, 10 a.m.-Noon, at Rainbow Soccer
Stadium, off Cleland Rd. and 15-501. TEAM ANNOUNCE
MENT, Sat., Sept. 8, 10 a.m.-Noon, Rainbow Stadium.
PRACTICE BEGINS, Monday, Sept. 10. Interested coaches
and por.ors please ca!! 967-8797. RAINBOW SOCCER is
a non-profit recreational program in its 26th season, open
to players of any age, sex or skill. FIELDS MADE POSSIBLE
BY THE GLEN LENNOX INVESTMENT GROUP.
NON-SMOKING MALES, age 18-35, are needed to
participate in EPA breathing research on the UNC campus.
Pay is 5 per hour. For more information, call 966-1253 Mon
Wo will writa your
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letters and mailings. Your letter is
kept on file so updates and addi
tional letters are fast and inex
pensive. In the Chapel Hill Realty Building, 151
E. Rosemary 868-1000
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done a fine job," he said, followed by
applause. "We got unemployment down
to 7 percent and it's going down.
Inflation isn't even a problem any more.
Eighty percent of the people listed
inflation as the country's most impor
tant problem in 1980, and well be down
to 4 percent maybe less than that
this year the lowest since the 1950s.
"Now you know why they dont call
it Reaganomics anymore" he said. "It
Devine said the government must
work more with the private sector in
developing effective work practices for
the federal civil service system.
"Although the private sector differs
from the public sector, we can learn
much from them in terms of efficiency
and budgetary practices," he said, and
mentioned disability retirement.
"Twenty-five percent of our people
were retiring with disabilities; the
private sector is only 5 percent. We
made them give adequate proof, and
the results were a 58 percent cut in
disability retirements and a savings of
"Government has to step back and
allow the private sector to create jobs
it cannot take money away from
them and take jobs with it," he said.
"We've got to get people in Congress
like Bill Cobey who will let the
BLACK MEN AND BLACK WOMEN $45 will be
paid to healthy non-smokers, age 18-35 who
complete an EPA breathing study on UNC cam
pas. Please call 966-1253 Monday-Friday 8am-
O.B.T. Members! Get psyched for a picnic Sept. ,
10, 1984. Meet at the Alumni House parking lot at
5:45pm. O.B.T. provides the food, you provide the fun.
ALPHA KAPPA PSI Professional Business Fraternity invites
all Business, Econ. and Industrial Relations majors to rush.
Sigh-up tables in Union and Carroll Hall beginning Sept.
4th 11:00am to 3:00pm.
SCOTTISH HIGHLAND DANCING session beginning
September 20th. Beginner and advanced dancers welcome.
Call Anne Stapleton 942-8303 or David Coulter 942-8257.
INTERESTED IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS? Intern
ship? AIESEC may be your answer. Organizational meetings
on Sept. 10th and 13th, 7:00pm at the Union. New members
ATTENTION ALL UNC FORMATION DANCE TEAM
MEMBERS! Practice will be held Septembert 10 in Women's
Gym from 8-10pm. Ballroom Dance Club will also meet
Mondays from 7 -8pm in Women's Gym. Please BE THERE!
FEELING UNINHIBITED? Come get a Lei at the HORNY
HAWAIIAN HFI1 RAISER! LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 229 E.
Franklin St. across from the Morehead Planetarium. Friday
at 8:011pm. i..
COLLEGIATE 4 H CLUB PICNIC 6pm Tues. Sept. 11
at the Forest Theater. Everyone is welcome to come join
the fun. See you there!
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21 17 Bedtofd Street 23
Durham. NC 27707
Part or full time. Pizza "
makers. Phone persons.
Flexible hours and days.
Must be at least 18. Must
be able to work weekends.
Must be clean cut and
have the desire to be part
of America's largest pizza
delivery company! Apply
in person at the
DOMINO'S PIZZA location
in your neighborhood.
"1984 Domino's Pizza, Inc.
private sector grow."
Devine, a former associate professor
of government and politics at the
University of Maryland, became head
of civil service in March 1981. He was
deputy director for political planning
and analysis for the 1980 Reagan-Bush
Committee and held responsibilities in
the 1976 Reagan campaign. In 1978 he
was the GOP nominee for comptroller
for the state of Maryland.
During a question and answer period,
Devine, in response about wasteful
defense spending, said the Reagan
administration has exposed such spend
ing and that the Democrats have been
using it as an issue against the Repub
licans. "You never heard about wasteful
spending before we came into office,"
he said. "But that doesn't mean that
wasteful spending wasnt there before."
Devine also said the administration
hopes to abolish the automatic grade
increases within the federal govern-'
ment's IS promotional grades and
replace it with a merit system. "It's a
hopeless system when people know
theyTl.be promoted just by sticking
around a few years we want people
to know they've earned it."
Devine met informally with UNC
public administration and political
science graduate students at Hamilton
Hall before the speech.
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repairs for BMW's and Porsches. Al Ocodworth and Rick Thompson have
each been at it 13 years.
But you may not know that we also specialize in after-market modi
fication and salvage.
Service. Repairs. Modification. Phis salvage. Making fine cars finer.
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Hkttway 54, one mile east of Trianqfle Square. Call 544-4542 for an appointment.
All ads must be prepaid." Deadline: Classified ad must be
received by 12 (noon) one business day before publication.
Display classified ads must be received by 12 (noon) two
business days before publication.
TOTAL FINANCIAL PLANNING : For stock, bonds, IRA's,
Annuities, Custodial Accounts and Tax-advantaged
investments, call Mike Strong, Prudential-Backe Securities
in the Courtyard, 942-0895.
ABORTION TO 20 WEEKS. Private and confidential GYN
facility with Saturday and weekday appointments available.
Pain medication given. Free Pregnancy Tests. 942-0824.
ASTHMATICS NEEDED! $129 wfil be paid apon
completion off mm EPA brea tains ataaly tha UNC
campas. Time coaaaiitaaaat is abaat 20 koara. To
qaaltfy yoa aaaat be a healthy, aon-amokiag
asthmatic white male, age 18-35. Please call Dr.
Doaald Horstman at 541-3&04, Monday-Friday,
LATE NIGHT OWLS needed for part time employment.
Shift premium and meals. Apply in person at Burger King,
205 E. Franklin St. between 3-5 p.m.
PART TIME EMPLOYEES needed for aB shifts, day and
night job opportunities with meal benefits. Apply in person
at Burger King, 205 E. Franklin between 3-5 p.m.
MAKE MONEY BY MAIL. It is easier and more profitable
than you think. Check out this wonderful opportunity for
yourself. Send a self-addressed stamped envelope for free
details to P.O. Box 15, Carrboro, N.C. 27510.
WANTED: HEALTHY MALES to participate in an alcohol
study. Must be age 19-30. Requires three lab visits of 8
10 hours each. $75 will be paid on completion of study.
For information write, Mr. J. LaDive 1124 FLOB 23 1H,
Chapel Hill 27514 or caO 919-966-1154.
ADVANCED GRADUATE STUDENT needed as program
assistant in "WOMEN'S STUDIES". 15hrsweek for 12
academic year committment. Submit vita, recommendations
207F Caldwell Hall by Sept. 14.
PART-TIME KITCHEN HELP NEEDED. Weeknights and
weekends. The Fearrington House Restaurant 8 miles south
on Hwy. 115-501. Contact Muskie, 967-7770.
VARIOUS POSITIONS OPEN for 11:00-3:00 lunch shift.
Apply in person after 2:00 at Jordan's. Ask for Craig.
RESPONSIBLE STUDENT NEEDED Monday thru Friday
2:30 to 5:30 to take care of two active boys. Own
transportation required. 967-9167 evenings and weekends.
HELP WANTED Managers, cooks, counter people and
delivery personnel. Good pay, experience helpful. Please call
929-2425 during business hours or apply at Time-Out,
YOUTH BALLET INSTRUCTOR-Part-time, temporary:
teach Weds 2:30-5:30, Sept. 26-Nov. 14. Prefer exper. $6.25
hr. Apply by Sept. 12: Chapel Hill ParksRecreation, 200
Plant Road. EOAAE.
NOW HIRING delivery personnel.
Good earnings, flexible hours. Run
ners average $5-$7 per hour. Call
928-31 92 or come by 401 W.Franklin
Come live on the edge.
Friday 8:01 p.m.
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The Associated Press
RALEIGH Gov. Jim Hunt vowed Thursday to
proceed "full steam ahead" with a lawsuit against the
proposed Lake Gaston pipeline after the Army Corp of
Engineers refused to study the project's impact on the
The corps said in a letter to several Virginia congressmen
that it had denied a House committee recommendation
to delay construction of the $172 million pipeline from
the lake to Virginia Beach, Va., some 85 miles away.
The letter, written by corps acting chief counsel William
L. Robertson, said only a law passed by both houses
of Congress and signed by President Reagan would carry
enough weight to halt the project. . ,
N.C. economy to continue growth
CHARLOTTE North Carolina's economy will grow
moderately but steadily over the next two years, producing
125,000 jobs and continuing a string of consecutive growth
periods that began in late 1982, researchers say.
The gross state product total output of goods and
services measured in dollars should grow an inflation
adjusted 6.5 percent this year and about 2.6 percent in
1985, said UNC-Charlotte and First Union National Bank
economists who put together a quarterly state economic
"Over the next 18 months we see no real negative signs
that recession is imminent," said UNC-C economics
Professor John L. Connaughton, who heads the research
group that tracks the state's economy.
Israeli leaders work out deal
JERUSALEM The leaders of Israel's two biggest
political parties, seeking to end a six-week stalemate,
concluded all but the minor details of a power-sharing
March of Dimes
gyiftiPTU pweptts FOUNDATION BS3
RAINBOW SOCCER COACHES WANTED
Folks who want spirited fun to coach RAINBOW SOCCER
teams this fad. RAINBOW, a most prestigious recreational
soccer league, is a wonderful way to make new friends and
integrate into the Chapel Hill community. Enthusiasm
encouraged, no experience necessary. Coaching Clinic on
Sat.. Sept. 8, 10.30-Noon, at Rainbow Soccer Stadium.
Practices begin Sept 10. Interested coaches should call 967
8797, or come by 500 W. Rosemary St., Noon -6pm.
GRADUATE STUDENTS: Part-time aecre
tarry aaadad for GPSE office. 8-10 hoars par
weak. $3.50 hoar. Flexible boars. CaO 962
S?5. SALES HELP WANTED to start immediately. Part-time
in retail computer store. Saturdays, late afternoons, and
evenings. Approx. lOhrsweek. Opportunity for more hours
over holidays and summer. $5 per hour. Knowledge of Apple
of IBM compatible computers needed. If interested call Ed
CAMPUS DINING SERVICES NOW accepting
applications for students working, catering on an "on-call"
basis brdy. For more information and applications come by
the Catering Office in the ARA Services Office in Lenoir
HaD. 9am -4pm.
PLAZA THEATRE aaada one matineeeve nins
doorasaaprojactioBist immediately- Experience
aefefal. Mast be available by 2pm Moa. aad Wad.
Also aaed two weelcaisat weekend concessioa
iataAn position 12-17 braweek. Apply 3-5pm,
CAMPUS DINING SERVICES . NOW acceptias
applBrariona for atadeat workers in Leaoir Diains
Hall. Work acnednlea caa ba arraaged with
fSexiUa boara. Ta apply come by ARA Services
OfSca for additional iaformatioa.
PYEWACKET RESTAURANT accepting applications for
busers and dishwashers. Apply in person.
INVENTORY AIDES Town of Chapel Hill Public Library.
3 hrsday (preferably early mornings), M F, up to 9 mos.
Do shelf-list inventory. $3.35hour. Apply by Sept. 14:
Municipal Bidg, 306 N. Columbia. EOAAE
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Women's Health Conn
aeltag Service needs volaateer coaaaelore aad
edncaters. Be vital ia promoting womi'i health!
Traieiag begins Sept. 19. Call Karea Andersoa
UNC Students! Domino's Pizza is the perfect part-time
job. Being UNC's favorite pizza delivery company
creates a large number of job openings for drivers, phone
persons, and pizza makers. Drivers actually earn $7
$10 per hour while they deliver pizzas and listen to their
car stereos. It is also a great way to meet people all
We know students have tight schedules, and that is
why we let you sign up for the times that you want
to work. Also Domino's Pizza employees get great deals
on pizzas. Go ahead, check and see how many checks
you wrote to Domino's Pizza last year!
Make your parents proud! Earn more money and
spend less on pizza by working for Domino's Pizza.
So, if you are 18 years or older, and have a car with
insurance, contact Neil Warren at 209 15-501 Bypass
across from Eastgate Shopping Center or John Drake
at 503 W. Rosemary St. It aU makes such perfect sense.
Part or full time. Flexible
hours and days. Must be
at least 1a Must have own
car and insurance. Must
be able to work weekends.
Our drivers average 5.00
to $9.00 per hour.
Apply in person at the
Domino's Pizza location
1994 Domino's Pfem Inc.
For the record
In the Doily Tar Heel story yesterday
CGC spending time on money, CGC
Dist. 23 member Kenny Harris was
In the Aug. 22 story "Shops Offer
Physically Fit Bodies, the business
hours for Total Woman Aerobic Salon
were incorrect. The salon is open 8 a.m.
until 9 p.m. Monday through Friday,
and 9 a.m. until noon on Saturdays.
In yesterday's DTH Bar and Restau
rant Guide the picture beside the story
on soda fountains should have read
Willie May Houk, the cook at Sutton's
The Daily Tar Heel
sports action coverage
Monday thru Friday
Classified ad may be placed at
the DTH Carolina Union 065A,
YOUTH GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR Parttime, tem
porary, teach Mon, Tue, Thurs. 2:304:30, Sept 24-Nov 15.
Prefer exper. $6.25hr. Apply by Sept 12: Chapel Hill Parks
Recreation 200 Plant Road EOAAE
CREATIVE MOVEMENT INSTRUCTOR Parttime. tem
porary: teach 10:00-11:30, Sept 25-Nov 15. Prefer erper.
working with young children. $6.25hr. Apply by Sept 12:
Chapel Hill Parks Recreation 200 Plant Rd. EOAAE ,
CALLIGRAPHY INSTRUCTOR Parttime. temporary:
teach Weds 7-9pm, Sept 26-Nov 14. Prefer exper. teaching
adults calligraphy; ability to demostrate skill. $6.25-$12.00
hr. Apply by Sept 12: Chapel HiD ParksRecreation, 200
Plant Rd. EOAAE
PART TIME JOBS AVAILABLE WITH THE NEWS AND
OBSERVER at Chapel Hill office. 1) Re-delivery person
duties include answering phone and re-delivering copies of
News and Observer. Hours 6:30-ll:30am weekends. 2)
Subscription Sales Persons-neededin both telephone and
direct sales. 5-7pm Mon.-Fri. Base pay and commission. For
more information call 942-1806.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. Planning a career in psychology,
social work, teaching, arts, recreation? Frank Porter Graham
Child Development Center's day care children need you!
For information, call 966-4121.
MORNING ATTENDANT URGENTLY NEEDED for
quadraplegic in Morrison Dorm. CaO 933-4010 for more
CAN YOUR SMILE BE HEARD ON THE PHONE? If you
are articulate, enthusiastic and like a challenge, you can help
yourself and Carolina. Earn $3.35hour, plus bonus
opportunities by calling alumni for The Carolina Fund. Two
select teams of 30 students will make calls two evenings
per week (Mon. and Wed. or Tues. and Thurs.), 7-9: 30pm.,
starting Oct. 17. at "Phone-Power" facility in Hanes HaD.
For interview appointment call 962-4514, 9am-5pm.
Affirmative actionequal opportunity employer.
AFTERNOON CLASSES? We need morning help.
Stock and sales 8am-lpm weekdays. Apply in person
Sherwin-Williams Co. 1507 E Franklin St.
BASS PLAYER NEEDED with broad musical horizons
interested in joining a rock and rod band. If interested call
Steve at 967-2559.
LOOKING FOR DEPENDABLE. COMPETENT WRITE to
cover UNC sports on a weekly basis call Phil at 1-848-7793.
USED FURNITURE, UNFINISHED FURNITURE
We have more than anyone in NC. Trading Post, South
Greensboro St., Carrboro, 942-2017.
GOOD SEATE AVAILABLE for UNC Navy football game.
Prices very reasonable. Call David at 942-5067.
HONDA CB 125: Perfect condition only 3,000 miles.
Helmet included. $750. Call Nancy at 967-3008 evenings and
late night best.
SHOP PRIVATELY; Buy X-rated products in the comfort
of the home: Films, Books, Magazines, Rubber goods, etc.,
all discount prices. Rush $2.00 to Pie Enterprises, PO BOX
541033 Houston TX 77254.
RESERVED TICKETS FOR SALE for Navy game on Sept.
15th. Call Dave at 967-7352 for information. Limited supply,
so please call soon.
GUITARS: IBANEZ LES PAUL MODEL ELECTRIC. $180.
Yamaha Acoustic G-string. $120. Call Bill 1-489-5946,
lost and found
LOST GOLD BRACELET with diamonds. Reward offered.
Please call 929-9147 after 6pm.
LOST THICK GOLD BRACELET of sentimental value
possibly in the Greenlaw, Hanes, Gardner vicinity. If found
please can 967 8052 or 968-4456. REWARD OFFERED!
LOST "A" BUS PASS, reward for rcrara. PLEASE!
LOST: Metal-frame photo brown prescription glasses in
Woolen Gym-Student Union area on Monday 27th. Pleas
call 942-3076. REWARD.
LOST! Banner advertising CAROUNA GAY
ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Sept.
4-7 aad DANCE Friday 9pm Craigc. Last seen
Taeaday haagiog ia tbe pit. Please call 962
4401 or come to room 230 Unioa.
agreement Thursday and said they hoped to install a new
government by the end of next week.
Labor Party leader Shimon Peres and caretaker Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir of the Likud bloc said they would
have to meet again next week to divide some of the minor
Cabinet posts in a bipartisan government.
Negotiations on a government of "national unity" have
been dragging on for six weeks and the difficulties presage
the obstacles the government may face.
The ideologically-opposed parties have not joined forces
since former Prime Minister Menachem Begin, a Likud
member, walked out of a bipartisan government in 1970
in disagreement over proposals to return parts of Israeli
Japan apologizes to S. Korea
TOKYO Japan and South Korea moved toward
a new relationship Thursday with the historic visit of South
Korean President Chun Doo-hwan and a statement of
contrition by Emperor Hirohito for the "unfortunate past"
that has divided the two Asian neighbors.
Chun, the first Korean leader ever to visit the former
colonial master of the Korean peninsula, arrived Thursday
afternoon for a three-day visit amid the tightest security
measures ever taken by Japanese police.
Several hours after his arrival, Chun held a private
90-minute meeting with Prime Minister Yasuhiro
Nakasone. Foreign Ministry spokesman Shiro Amaye said
the Japanese leader praised South Korea both for its
defense efforts and its attempts to initiate a dialogue with
communist North Korea. .
Drug Store, has worked there for 28
The prices for sandwiches at Hoagie's
range from $1.75 to $4.50, and the rest
of the menu is below $6.
The special diet, low-calorie, low
sodium dessert at Baskin-Robbins has
only 80 to 90 calories and comes in
strawberry, coffee and orange.
Also, Vicki Vance is the Maitre'd for
Rubens Restaurant in Hotel Europa.
The restaurant Marathon is located
at 708 W. Rosemary St.
The DTH, as always, regrets its
the DTH office or mailed to
Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
LOST GOLD BRACELET, three straads, rope
ckaia. $19 reward if retaraed. Please call 933
3325 after 3:00.
Own your own Jean-Sportswear, Ladies Apparel, Combi
nation, Accessories, Large Size store. National brands:
Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi, Vanderbilt, Izod, Esprit, Brittania,
Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Picone, 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. Loughlin (612) 888
FEMALE SEMI STUDIOUS roommate wanted to share
two bedroom apt. on bus route. $112month plus 13 utilities.
NON SMOKING MALE WANTED to share Royal Park
Apt. $155month plus H utilities. Convenient bus route to
campus 968-8088 on weekends 919-765-2403.
NON SMOKING FEMALE NEEDED to share 2 bedroom
Carolina Apt. $120month plus 13 utilities. Bus route, pool,
AC. Can 929-8079.
MALE UNDERGRAD non-smoker to scare par
tjaBy faraiehed Carofiaa Apt., 2 miles from
campas oa J baa roate. $125 month plots 13
atilhiea. Give aa a caO. 968-8574.
NONSMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED
far Northampton Plaza Apt. Five minute wallc
from campaa. $170 a aaoata (includes ntHItias)
$100 dapoeit. Call Liaa-Maric for more iaiorasa
tioa: 2-77sV8 (WXYC). If aot there leave
PARKING SPACE FOR RENT five minute walk to mid
campus. $25 monthly. Call Warwick 929-1441 evenings.
THANKS TO LAURA, ANNE, PAULA & everyone who
enjoVed staying late Wednesday in the Back Shop. Brenda
FEMALE BLOND BASKETBALL PLAYER in Woolen this
past Wednesday, in white top and aqua shorts. Nice moves!
Very nice moves) I was on the court beside yours. Interested
in a one-on-one game? Meet on Woolen steps, this Monday
WHO ARE YOU? Young lady with friend at the KARATE
club meeting Wednesday: you have the nicest smile I've seen.
From Mike, the guy with the yellow shorts and bookbag.
DAWN, EVERY DAY, IN SOME WAY, YOUR LOVE
BRIGHTENS MY HEART. THANKS FOR A WONDER
FULLY FULFILLING AND BEAUTIFUL FIVE YEARS.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, DARLING. LOVE. JEFF.
TO WHICH? EHRINGHAUS MALE. Tuesday you forgot
your key so I watched your bike while you were in Revco.
Your sister accidently set fire to your car and you live on
South Campus. AO this-but no name. What is it?-Kim. P.S.
Respond DTH.DIEGO: ERES "SABULOSO," SABROSO.
MARVELLOSO. Y SAGAPO. MUCHO! T.de G.
ESCAPE FROM HILL HALL! Music department renegades
are plotting to break loose! Today. 4:00 at He's Not Here,
then onward. Be there. Aloha. SAI.
MR. BANNISTER, Thanks for a great and exciting weekend.
I really appreciate everything that you've done for me. If
you're lucky maybe 111 let you do it again soon. I love you,
TIM S.: SURPRISE! Happy two year anniversary! I love you
with aB my heart, always remember that. Can't wait til
Sept. "85! Luv ya, Barbara
HEY CORBOWSK1! Happy 19th lt's Miller Time-Legally!
Party hard on S A T U R D A Y night. Put a star
on the door! Love, the other ugly one GINSU!
BARONESS ELSA SCHRAEDER; It mortified me to learn
that my personal was not delivered in time to meet the
deadline for yesterday's paper. I don't know what could have
delayed Rolf -unless he was meeting some tramp in the
gazebo. Ah, well, things aren't the same in Austria these
day; the flag with the black spider on it is making everyone
so cross. Georg and Maria send their love, and we hope
to see you the next time you're in Salzburg. $aw.