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14AThe Daily Tar Heel Thursday, August 21, 1986
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From Associated Press reports
VATICAN CITY The Vatican's decision
to punish a dissident U.S. theologian reflects
Pope John Paul ll's desire to send a strong signal
to the U.S. clergy on matters of doctrine and
discipline before he visits the United States next
year, according to Vatican officials.
After nearly 20 years of investigation by church
and Vatican authorities into his liberal views on
sexual matters, the Vatican has stripped the Rev.
Charles E. Curran of his right to teach Roman
The action, announced by the Vatican on
Tuesday, meant almost certain dismissal of the
51 -year-bid theologian from the Catholic
University of America in Washington, D.C.,
where he had been teaching moral theology.
Despite repeated warnings by the Vatican,
Curran has endorsed artificial birth control and
maintained that, under some circumstances,
abortion, homosexual acts, masturbation, pre
marital sex, divorce, euthanasia and sterilization
all banned or condemned by the church
are justified. t
A Vatican official, who spoke on condition
of anonymity, said the action should be seen
as a warning to all U.S. theologians "who
question any part of the church teaching.
"We new have a situation in the United States
where many theologians teach not only the
church doctrine, but also the dissident view," the
official said. "Then these professors ask the
students to pick their choice ... an absolutely
Another official said some leading U.S.
bishops had repeatedly urged the Vatican to take
strong action against Curran "to make clear that
Rome will not take any more nonsense." j
John Paul, who visited New York, Pennsyl
vania, Washington, D.C., Iowa and Illinois in
October 1979, plans another visit in September
Although the Vatican has not made any official
announcement, the pope is expected to travel
to Florida, California, Texas and possibly
Curran became the first U.S. theologian to
be punished by Pope John Paul. Since his 1978 .
election, the pontiff has cracked down on
dissidents in an effort to tighten the clergy's
doctrinal and disciplinary behavior.
In 1980, the Vatican lifted the Rev. Hans
Kung's permission to teach Roman Catholic
theology at the University of Tuebingen in West
Germany. Kung had repeatedly questioned the
doctrine of papal infallibility.
The Rev. Edward Schillebeeck, a Belgian-born
Dominican, was also called to the Vatican for
an inquiry into his theological writings. He was
reprimanded and agreed to modify some of his
The Rev. Leonardo Boff, a Brazilian Fran
ciscan friar, was recently ordered to observe a
year-long "penitential silence" for advocating
Marxist-tinged liberation theology.
Camp coMinseloirs9 job taxing, rewardim
By SUSAN WOOD
They flock to a town with no
mov ie theatre, shopping mall or even
stoplight. Summer sends about 600
college students from campus to
camp summer sailing camp in
Charlie Reagan, a sophomore at
Auburn University in Auburn, Ala.,
was once a camper at Camp Sea
Gull, which is located on the Neuse
River in the small eastern North
Carolina town. He has served as a
counselor for the past two summers.
"It's a tradition," he said. "Where
else can you get paid to go sailing?
And you can't beat the spirit around
Camps Don-Lee and Seafarer,
just east and west of Camp Sea Gull,
share the same sailing tradition and
Some counselors are former
campers w hile others learn of the job
through churches and civic clubs.
And when word is out that singing
atop mess hall benches is a paid
position, camp directors say student
There is no timeclock to punch,
but counselors' schedules are tight.
Reveille begins the day at 7:30 a.m.,
.although counselors have been on
duty all night.
Missy Wilfong, a sophomore at
Meredith College in Raleigh, said
that camp routines revolve around
meals, activity periods and devo
tions. When campers rest, counselors
take advantage of the break and also
nod off, she added.
Counselors agree that the job is
not all tans and partying. Paul
Quinn, a UNC senior from New
Bern, said that students need only
to look out for number one while
at school. "At camp you're no longer
responsible for just yourself. You're
in charge of 16 other lives."
When counselors become tired,
the responsibility continues. "When
you have been on duty for 3 or 4
days straight, it is really hard
sometimes to keep your patience
with the kids," said Linda Fisher, a
senior at Broughton High School in
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Songs at every meal and seemingly
hyperactive kids can drain the best
counselors. Scott Dean, a student at
North Carolina State University
said, "It is so hard to be 'up' every
minute of the day, but you have to
Summer camp counseling isn't for
everyone. "During an interview I
want to hear my prospective coun
selor say 4I Love Kids!' " said Camp
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Gull, said that the job requires
adjusting from an unstructured
college lifestyle to a more disciplined
camp atmosphere. "Not only do
counselors have to enjoy being with
children, but they must also lead
lifestyles that represent the values the
camp teaches." ;
Some counselors have computed
that a first year counselor makes
about seven cents an hour while
working approximately 140 hours
per week. But with little time off,
no meal card payments or room rent,
counselors said they managed to save
some money for their return to
college in the fall.'
And some funds are for fun.
Counselors pack ion the Minnesott
ferryboat and head for Atlantic
Beach, or escape fried chicken meals
by traveling to Clancy O'Hara or
T.A. Ross's Restaurants in New
Counselors kick back, drink beer
and listen to James Taylor and
Jimmy Buffet tunes at the Dock-
house in Beaufort. And for closer
entertainment, the camps' leaders go
to The Red Dog bar in Pamlico
But when it's back to Arapahoe,
it's back to kids and campfires. Dean
said he liked the job because of the
opportunity to be a positive role
But nothing can explain the
special feelings of a counselor, said
Andy Evans, a student at the Uni
versity of West Virginia. "There's
nothing like seeing a young camper
cry when their parents leave them
and then see that same camper cry
when its time to leave camp."
"I haven't met any freshmen in
here," Hayes said. "I heard they were
here, but it's very quiet.'" There are
no freshmen residents on the first
floor and only three on the second
floor, Cannon said. I
Although well-equipped, Carmi
chael dormitory is not completed.
Some of the floors,,1 which will
eventually be carpeted, are bare. The
study rooms have ho lights or
carrols, In the kitchens, stoves aren't
functioning, microwaves haven't
been installed and the washers and
dryers haven't been connected.
"It's nice here because it's all new,
but 1 just wish everything was done,"
freshman Mary Whaley- of
"There are a few bugs in the air
conditioner unit right now, but that's
just because it's never been used,"
Cannon said. Carmichael has central
air conditioning and several of the
thermostats must be replaced, he
There is nothing unusual about
encountering difficulties before
completing a building, Hicks said.
"Well run into prohlems, and it may
take about a year to get rid of the
nickel and dime issues," he said.
Sylvester Taylor, assistant to the
director of University housings said
a double room at Carmichael dor
mitory costs $713 per semester, and
a single costs $1,011.
Another dormitory in high-price
competition for students with Car
michael is Cobb dormitory. Hicks
said the housing department recently
spent about $85,000 installing win
dow air conditioners. "Our ultimate
goal is to have air 'conditioning all
over campus," he said.
Cobb resident assistant Caron
Ternullo said there are posters in the
dormitory saying, "Cobb is the cool
place to be."
Rent in Cobb dorm also increased
to $713 because the housing depart
ment installed air conditioners,
The second most expensive
dorms, such as Alderman, Kenan
and Spencer, cost $666, he said.
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"We're lucky that we depend on
the state," she said. Private institu
tions that depend "on tuition to pay
faculty salaries may have the real
financial problems, she said.
The delays have affected both low
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all waiting to hear, she said.
And more delays are forthcoming.
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while distributing financial aid
checks. That starts today, and will
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"After the first couple of weeks,
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do need more information from
them," she said.
"When there is limited money,"
Morris said, "our responsibility is to
make sure that the people who get
the money are eligible."
Checking up on financial aid
applicants is necessary, she said, but
"what has gone on this year is a little
bit of overkill."
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