2The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, January 27, 1982
Work on cancer center begins
By C1IKRYL ANDERSON
I)TH Staff Writer
Work on a new University cancer
research center building is under way and is
scheduled to be finished by June 1984,
Assistant Director of the Cancer Research
Center H. Shelton Earp said last week.
The building is being funded by $3.2
million from institutional funds, a SI. 37
million grant from the National Cancer In
stitute and $3.83 million in private dona
tions. The Cancer Resarch Organization now
operates under the School of Medicine. But
more space is needed for labs, Earp said.
"One of the aims of the center and the
(new) building is to promote the translation
of advances in the basic sciences into ap
plications in the clinical setting, both in
Orange County prepares for shipment of cheese
By AMY EDWARDS
DTH Staff Writer
The United States Department of Agriculture is giving away
cheese -30 million pounds of it.
The government surplus cheese would have spoiled in federal
warehouses, but the USDA decided to make it available to the nation's
Jay P. Davis, director of food distribution for the N.C. Department
of Agriculture, said recently that North Carolina's share of the process
ed American and Cheddar cheese would be delivered to state
warehouses in Salisbury and Butner in about a month. .
The cheese will then be shipped to individual counties with distribu
tion plans. County social services departments will handle storage and
distribution, Davis said.
North Carolina was allocated 777,760 pounds of cheese not enough
to meet demand. Ninety of the state's 100 counties submitted requests
for cheese totaling 1.35 million pounds, almost twice North Carolina's
share. .- ' .''..
Late requests from the remaining 10 counties also will be considered,
said Chuck McLendon, a spokesman for the state Department of
. Human Resources.
McLendon said his department recently told the N.C. Department of
Siqn-llDS Jan. 25-30
Leagues Open On Tues.,
Wed., and Thur. Nites
Play begins Tues., Feb. 2
Handicaps make it Equal for
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Preservatjon-Hall Jazz -Band
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SAIL THE BAHAMAS SPRING Break!! Includes
round trip bus transportation 7 days Sailing, meals,
alcoholic beverages and more! ALL FOR $449!! Call
942-SAIL now for details. We're booking up last!
NOTICE: BUYING ALBUMS. 45's and cassettes
cash or trade. (Good condition, please) open 7 days
a week. Fair Exchange, 302 E. Main, Carrboro.
Special interest in baseball cards. Buy, sell and
trade any years. i1'-
JAZZ DANCE AND DUKE ELLINGTON -Gus
Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago will hold an open
lecture-demonstration Wed., Jan. 27 in Memorial
Hall at 4:00 FREE.
APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED now for
vice-presidential positions on the JJNC Interfratemt
ty Council. Anyone interested see your IFC rep. or
contact Steve Hutson in the basement of Steele
Bldg. Application deadline is Tuesday: , .
REMINDER: HILLEL SKI TRIP spaces (weekend of
February 5th thru 7th) are going fast! Call Hillel for
THERE WILL BE AN organizational meeting for all
those interested In participating in the Campus Y
Tutoring Program, Thursday, January 28 at 7:00 in
Peabody 08. There will also be a meeting Monday,
February 1 at 3:30 in Peabody 08 for those who
cannot attend Thursday.
APPLICATIONS FOR IFC VICE-Presidennal posi
tions are now available: Rush, Publicity, Judicial,
Minority and Fraternity Affairs. All Interested
Greeks are urged to apply. Applications are
. available in the basement of Steele Building and are
due at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday.
SHPE UP NOW FOR Spring Break. Dancerdze
classes begin Feb. 1. Sign up and more info, is Jan.
. 25-27 in the Student Union. Hurry because classes
THE JOB MARKET IS TOUGHl You need an edge.
Job Pro-Files offers RESUME' and INTERVIEW
ING workshops at Durham YMCA 493-4502 every
Monday, and Chapel Hill YMCA 942-5156 every
Tuesday. Morning or night classes. Register one
week In advance.
ZOO NIGHT AT CZIAZY Zack's. Cone and
apead your nickels oa mm. Danca to the
latest ha Funk and Beach Music.
ANGLICAN STUDENT FELLOWSHIP; all
Interested in Mission projects remember meeting
tonight at 9:00 at the Chapel of the Cross in the
STAND UP! DEMAND YOUR voice in housing and
other matters. Come and share your views, 9 p.m.
Thursday In Teague basement. .
terms of new therapy and in terms of new
application and prevention of cancer," he
The new Lineberger Cancer Research
Center building will contain laboratory
space, a library, a conference room and ad
ministrative offices. It will be located
behind the Faculty Laboratory Office
Building between Manning Drive and King
The completion date for the new Walter
R. Davis Library, originally September, is
now undetermined because weather condi
tions last week have slowed construction.
"This time of year, you never know
what you can do," said Selwyn N. Bryant,
director of the Department of Engineering
and Construction. After the new library is
finished, Wilson Library will be renovated.
Work on Plavmnkers Theatre includes
Agriculture about the problem and that the NCDA had requested addi
tional cheese allocations. If the extra cheese is not given to the state, a
plan will be devised to get the available cheese to the most needy,
McLendon said. .
Davis said eligibility for the free cheese will be determined by the
criteria used to issue food stamps. Families with one to three people will
get five pounds; those with up to six people will get 10 pounds; those
with up to eight people will get 15 pounds; and families with more than
nine people will get 20 pounds.
The government said recently that there were no additional funds to
pay for the distribution and storage costs. "We're encouraging counties
to use volunteers and civic and other organizational groups," said John
Syria, director of the state Division of Social Services.
Local officials said Orange County would store the 3,990 pounds it
requested in a refrigerated truck at the -social services office in
Hillsborough. Tom Ward, director of the Orange County Department
of Social Services said the truck was donated by Roy Wilkerson, a local
grading contractor. . '
Ward said Social Services would mail authorization forms for picking
, up the cheese to all food stamp recipients. Those who want the cheese
should bring the authorization forms to the Hillsborough office and
pick up the cheese there. Ward said volunteers may be needed to get
cheese to residents of the southern part of the county.
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Fit, Jan. 29 8:00 pm
r Memorial Hall
Tickets $8 & $9
On Sale at Union Box Office
BACK THEN VINTAGE CLOTHIERS, featuring
Classic Chic from the '308, '40s and "50s for men &
women, is having a 15 off almost everything
sale. From Jan. 23 til Feb 6. Come by at 405 W.
Franklin, Monday-Saturday 11 am to 5:30.
WILL PURCHASE NEW and USED LPs,
Cassettes, 8-tracks (Rock, Classical, Jazz, Wave,
Blues etc.) and ENTIRE COLLECTIONS. Good
Prices. 929-6175. 8 a.m.-12 noon, after 5 keep
CRAZY ZACKS NOW OPEN Thursday
afternoon from 3-7 for Happy hour. Apply
for membership now before we go
THE LORELE1S WILL HOLD auditions for a second
alto part In their singing group on Sunday, Jan. 31
at 3:00 pm in 206 Hill Hall. Questions? 968-1069 or
DAZED AND CONFUSED? In a purple haze? Feel
like a rolling stone? Come party as Pi Lam again
present "OLD WAVE" NITE Thurs., Jan. 28.
SPECIAL JIM MORRISON LOOK-ALIKE
CONTEST!! KEGS! PI Lambda Phi 107 Frat Ct
lost & found
FOUND: BUDGET MEAL CARD on 1-19. Returned
to Pine Room office.
FOUND: BRACELET IN DAVIE Hall on Jan. 22.
Please call 9334969 to claim. Must be able to
FOUND: BRACELET IN DAVIE HaQ on Jan. 22.
Call 9334969 to claim. Must be able to fully
LOST: A SMALL BLACK Umbrella in Carroll HaQ
last Friday. If found please call 933-5212.
BLUE NORTH FACE DOWN Coat lost at KA
houaa Saturday night thm sixteenth.
Contains Illinois license. PLEASE call KaBy
at 933-4479 or 967-9162.
FOUND: E.E. SMITH ' HIGH School ring In
Morrison parking lot 12482. Identify by initials.
LOST IN UNION SNACK W Spalding Taiga
Tennis Racquet" Reward Offered! Call Mickey
Weaver at 933-4435.
FOUND A SCARF NORTH of Union at 1:00 pm.
Jan. 25. Cafl Ann 933-7716.
LOST: BLUE NORTHFACE DOWN Jacket, at
Purdy's, Friday, aft., Jan. 22. If found, please call
Frank at 933-7847.
$100REWARD. LOST A Lady's golden watch
(Dugena). If found, please, call Jeannette at
EARN $ 50-575 in EPA Breathing Experiments on
the UNC-CH campus. Wanted: Healthy males, age
18-40, non-smokers for at least a year. For more
information please call 966-1253, 8-5 Mon.-Fri.
COUNSELORS. OVER 18 WHO like to have fun
and make fun at unique overnight boys summer
camp in Penna. Able to instruct either one of
following: watersafety, waterskiing, boating, soccer,
basketball, arts and crafts, rockclimbing, riSery,
ham radio, rocketry, science, archery, track, tennis,
golf, photography, pioneering, or general athletics.
Write Camp Director. 138 Red Ramble Drive.
Lafayette HiH. PA. 19444.
sa j i a
installing a leak-proof roof and basement,
a ramp in restrooms for the handicapped
and the installation of wiring, shutters and
new columns. It is scheduled for comple
tion by Sunday, Bryant said.
Recent reports confirm that construction
on the new art department building will be
completed by September as planned. The "
building, next to Ackland Art Museum
will contain faculty offices, studios,
classrooms, a library and a lecture hall.
But because of the "poor availability"
of some equipment, . construction on
Phillips Hall, which was scheduled to be
completed by this spring, will be delayed
until earfy next fall, said Kurt Lent, con
struction and renovation design technician.
The mathematics and physics libraries
will be expanded, and office space will be
Wed. Jan. 26
Carolina Union Presentation
Thurs., Jan. 28 8 pm
Please Check Date '
Tickets $5.50 & $7.50
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
EXCELLENT SUMMER COUNSELING OPPOR
TUNITIES for men and women who are interested
m serving boys and girb ages 7-16, guiding them in
their physical, mental and spiritual development.
.Only those persons who will dedicate their' whole
hearted efforts to help each individual child develop
his or her potential should apply. One must have
ability to teach in one or more of our specialized
activities. College students, teachers, and coaches
should apply. CAMP THUNDERBIRD, located 17
miles southeast of Charlotte, N.C, is an ACA ac
credited camp member, specializing in water sports
(sailing, water skiing, swimming and canoeing), yet
an added emphasis is placed on the land sports
(general athletics, tennis, golf, archery, riflery and
backpacking). Horseback riding, white-water ca
noeing and tripping are extras in our excellent pro
gram. For further information write or call G.
William Qimer. Jr., Director, Camp Thunderbird,
Route 7, Box 50, Clover. S.C, 29710 (803-831-2121).
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS-MUST HAVE pleasant
telephone voice. Contact Country Club Shores,
Monday-Friday 3-9. 493-5984.
SPANISH 4 TUTOR NEEDED immediately. Help a
senior to graduate. Please call 967-1693. Thank
JOBS IN ALASKA! $800-2000 monthly! AL1
fields Parks, fisheries, oil industry and more! 1982
employer listings, information guide. $4.95 Alasco,
P.O. Box 60152. Sunnyvale, CA 94088.
ROOM FOR SALE IN Morrison for a female. For
additional information call 968-1261.
FOR SALE MEN'S DINGO boots, 9Vi D. Tan
leather, stitching on toe and top-boot. Never been
worn! $60.00 in store. Seif'for $40.00. Call
EHRINGHAUS MALE ROOM CONTRACT for
sale. Reduced rate. Room 629. Call 933-6543 for
TWO GOOD GENERAL ADMISSION BB tickets
to State-UNC game. Call 968-1341 after 6.
ATTENTION: OFF CAMPUS FEMALES!
Eringhaus contract for sale at a discount! Call
NAUTILUS FITNESS CONTRACT FOR sale: 6
months for $100. Cost $150. Call 933-1816 ark for
LIMITED SUPPLY DESIGNER FASHIONS "at
Factory Cost. Blouses, sweaters, denim and wool
skirts, some men's sweaters. Mostly large sizes.
Cash, check, layaway welcome.' Kim. 933-4443.
NEW 20-WATT SPEAKERS FOR sale. Cost
me $175, yours for $140. Both in excellent
(new) condition. 933-5129 all between 10 and
OLDE CAMPUS CONTRACT FOR Sale. Manly
2nd floor. Available Immediately. Call 967-5993.
Ask for Jim. First call, first served.
GUITAR FOR SALE. Eptohone FT-130. Good
condition. $125.00 wcase. Call Morris Haywood
MR. ICS MUSIC SHOW features disc Jockey
playing rock, funk, oldies, beach, and your requests
for any size party. Call 942-5293. SlOOfour hours.
to begin series
By SONJA PAYTON
DTH Staff Writer ;
Orange County Manager-Kenneth Thomp
son will lecture on planning at 1 p.m. today in
New East Hall.
Thompson, county manager since October,
will speak on "Background Experiences of the
Orange County Manager in Planning."
The new manager said he was experiencing
"a period of introduction" in many areas,
although his past job experience includes being
management and budget analyst for Dekalb
County in Georgia and manager in Burke
County for the last two years.
All the speakers in the series are new to
Orange County, said Shirley Weiss, professor
of city and regional planning.
Weiss, who coordinates speaking programs
for the department, said department members
worked closley with pfficals downtown. The
sessions will give the new administrators a
chance to familiarize themselves with the
department and its students.
- The talks will be brief, and informal and
open to the public. They should be of interest
to. students in a variety of major fields, in
cluding political science, economics and
sociology, because they will cover such sub
jects as housing employment and jobs, she
said. " ...
The series will also feature lectures by
Richard Hunter, Carrboro town manager;
David Taylor, Chapel Hill town manager, and
Jesse White, executive director of Southern
Growth Policies Board.
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Interested in making
money with your favorite
hobby? Use your photo
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good pay, part time several
evenings a month. If you
feel that you are very soci
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CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514
SCUBA DIVING INSTRUCTION: FINISHED by
Spring Break! M. W nights 8-11 CH YMCA $100
mem, $110non. Feb. 27-March 3. Open water
dives in Florida March 6, 7. CaB YMCA 942-5156
or Water WorU 383-1186 for details. '
SAND ELL DANCE STUDIO Ronnie fSue MandeL
Director-Member Professional Dance Teachers
Association. New classes for adults beginning Mon.,
Feb. 1: JAZZ with Rosemary Howard, AEROBICS
with Marsha Winstead. BEGINNING BALLET with
Ronnie Sue MandeJ. BALLET AND TAP. Begin
ning, Intermediate & Advanced Join classes
already in session. 1717 Legion Road. Village Office
Park behind Hotel Europa. 942-5512 or 929-7304.
RUSSIA! FIFTEEN DAYS ONLY $1390. Includes:
RT Airfare NY-Moscow, meals, double-room with
shower, transfers, museums, Kiev, Yalta,
Lenningrad, Moscow. July 24-August 7. 1982 call
(704) 859-9573. After 6 pm. Limited space, deposits
due March 1st or write Drawer 640 Tryon, NC
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: one bedroom apart
ment, carpet and drapes, appliances, central air,
pooL Adults only. On busline 404 Jones-Ferry Rd.
Call GREENBELT APTS. 929-3821 for appoint
ment 10 AM-6 PM.
DOWNTOWN PARKING SPACE FOR rent.
Two minutes walk to campus. $22.50 per
month. Call 929-6577.
AS CLOSE AS YOU'LL ever get to campus!
Secluded house plus your own room on W.
Rosemary St Will split first months rent Help!
TOM ROBINSON'S SEAFOOD. If s the season for
oysters and clams In the shell, scallops & fish. 300
W. Rosemary St Open Thurs.-Sat, 942-1221.
Ample free parking.
SPECIAL HE'S NOT HESS offers Happy
- tUut prices on Ber every Monday from 5pm
' nniil dosing.
GO BAHAMAS! ONLY. $419! Trip includes: RT
transportation CH Miami on keg-equipped bus,
RT airfare. Miami-freeport, luxury accommoda
tions for 7 nights, tropical drink mbdng course,
cocktail party, glass bottom boat tour and more!
Plane leaves March 6 at 12:45 and returns March
13. Call 933-5253 3-6 pm or after 11. Deposit due
Feb. 25. CaU today!
TWO FEMALES LOOKING FOR one or two other
females to room with us starting May. Call
933-0421 if you need roommates.
ROOMMATE " NEEDED FOR THE immediate
occupancy of pur Royal Park Apartment Has
laundry facilities, pool, clubhouse, etc your own
bedroom. Only $150 month can 933-4823 today.
Top Soviet ideologist dies
MOSCOW (AP)-The death of ICremfin ideologist Mikhail Andreycvich
Suslov, a powerful member of the Soviet Union's ruling Politburo, has left a
void in the aging leadership already plagued by growing problems at home and
Soviet television reported Tuesday that the 79-year-old Suslov died the
previous afternoon, four days after suffering a stroke. He will be buried in
Moscow's Red Square beside other famous communists, the broadcast said.
Suslov was known in the West as a powerful but mysterious man who work
ed closely with Soviet President Leonoid L. Brezhnev, now 75. To his coun
trymen, Suslov was the guiding ideologlist of the Soviet Communist Party,
which dominates every aspect of Soviet life.
Priest fights sexless marriage
CHICAGO (AP)-Larry Bonvallet, bound to a wheelchair, says he can have a
good marriage without sexual intercourse. But the Catholic Church says if he is
impotent, a priest cannot perform the wedding.
"We have a certain understanding of what marriage involves," including
sexual relations, said the Rev. James Nowak, deputy chief justice of the mar
riage tribunal of the Diocese of Joliet.
"If someone is not capable of that land of relationship, he's not capable of
marriage," Nowak said. "All we are doing is expressing the law of nature.
"We're just saying this is what is considered an essential part of a relation
ship." But Bonvallet, who was paralyzed after a fall five years ago, said he
disagreed when he talked with Nowak.
Job interviews to be held
The following employers and graduate school
representatives will be on campus to discuss job .
. opportunities and academic , programs on the
dates indicated. ,
Students can sign up for appointments with
these representatives eight days ahead of the visit
in the Placement Office, 211 Hanes Hall. A
resume is necessary at the time a student signs up
for an interview. This is put in the folder accom
panying the signup sheet.
Feb. 1 First Computer Services (Subsidiary
of First Union Corporation)
Cherry, Bekaert & Holland CPAs
Duvall County Schools
Anne Arundel Schools
" Union Texas Petroleum Allied
National Security Agency'
Feb. 2 First Citizens
National Security Agency
Castner Knott Company
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4 University Square 968-4936
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All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before publication.
ROOMMATE WANTED SHARE FUR
NISHED 2 bedroom apt. 10 minute walk
from campus. AO you md Is your
bedroom furniture. $125 plus half
utilities. For mora info call 967-3554. -
FEMALE WANTED TO SHARE two-bedroom
Carrboro house with one other female student 1.5
miles from campus on bus line, $160. Non-smoker,
please. Call 929-6220, after 5 pm.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED NOW to share
Foxcroft Apt $93.75 per month plus V utilities.
Can 968-0050 for information. Ask for Mark.
ROOMMATE WANTED TO SHARE 3 BEDROOM
house with two grad students. On busline. Easy
biking distance to campus. Rent $150. Can
929-1576. Available Feb.
FEMALE COMMpTTNG! STUDENT FROM
Raleigh needs .occasional place to stay ovemite in
Chapel Hill. Willing to pay reasonable price.
876-3961 after 4;Q0 pm; H
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THREE TICKETS TO THE Wake-UNC
basketball game fat Greensboro. Call Pam
WEED 5 TICKETS TO Georgia Basketball game
IMau also buv" smaller group of tickets. Call
(933-4018 or 967-2404 keep trying.
ATTENTION1 PEPSI TEAM CAP Collectors! I
will pay $100.00 to anyone for their AFC
Baltimore Colts botdecap! Can John 929-3122
WANTED: ONE' OR TWO tickets for N.C. State
basketball game. Call Clay at 942-6033.
TULED OF LIVING ON campus? Sell m your
Connor, Alexander, or Winston contract for
this semester, (female). Call 967-5159
NEED TWO STUDENT TICKETS to NCSU game.
Need not be together willing to pay top dollar please
help me out Call 933-1665 ask for Doug.
NEED TWO TICKETS TO N.C State game. Jan.
30 call 933-4412 and ask for Harry. Will pay
reasonable price. .
RIDE DESIRED DAILY FROM Durham (Broad
Street between Carver and Stadium) to campus.
Arrive 8 am, leave 5 pm (flexible). 477-6961 after 6
pm. Win pay generously!
I NEED A RIDE this weekend! AshevGle
Hendersonvflle area. Can leave late Thursday or
anytime Friday. CaU Suzanne 967-6017.
NEED RIDE TO YANCEY county or anywhere tai
Asheville area Friday win split gas 942-2499.
Just had to teH ya again that Tm ready crazy about
ya. Lots of love. Kar Kar.
Meredith College Paralegal Program '
Feb. 3 Benson, Bultman, King & Palmer
The Hartford Insurance Croup
Carolina Telephone & Telegraph
U.S. Insurance Group
(Crum & Forster)
Hallmark Cards Inc.
J.P. Stevens & Company Inc.
1 Deloitte Haskins & Sells
Feb. 4 Deloitte Haskins A Sells
Aetna Life & Casualty
Feb. 5 Springs Mills Inc.
Duke University Medical Center
High Point Public Schools
Aetna Life & Casualty
Sperry Systems Management
Just opened. . .
Alterations & Dressmaking
412 W. Franklin St.
(Across from McDonald's) -r
WAHRIE: A TOAST TO Saint Bruce, how to make
love stay, HAH, intensification, (before, during, in
between and after) Monopoly and "total
annhiliation" Us? Intimidating? I guess you had to
be there. Happy 22nd! Love & Affection Beegui
SNEAK AWAY! Ski all day and come home to
cuddle up by the fireside In secluded hideaways in
the Great Smokies. $40 for 2 people, $45 for 4
nitely. Mountain Brook Cottages. US 441 South,
Sylva, N.C 704-586-4329.
STUD ENT-AT-LARGE POSITION open ou
Tb DaOy Tar Heal Board of Directors.
Interest and knowledge of financial man
agement desirable. Sea Linda or
Rejaanns in tna DTH office for applica
tion. Harry position must be fSlsa'sooul
DEAR TAMMY AND SONNY, I hope you have a
very beautiful 1st Anniversary. Please enjoy your
selves and be forever happy. Love you both always,
COKN MATTHEWS PLEASE coma by
ALL INTERESTED MALES A new greek option:
mega mega mega tri-meg. Organizational
meeting to be announced.
DAVID, MY HEART AND I stffl agree, you're the
only one for me. 111 always love you even if you
don't send me a personal! Tammy. ''
DEAR ZETA PLEDGES.
The time is nearing and soon youll be.
Real live Sisters for ETERNITY.
Up to now you've seen Just a glimpse of what
true SISTERHOOD brings.
And with it all comes LOVE,
-the GREATEST of ell things."
CONGRATULATIONS PLEDGES fl ZETA
LOVE, (SECRET SISTER)
DR. WENSH, LETS HAVE a great semester nd
matter the molecules will fight with. Have a happy.
and smiley day! You deserve id R.P.
HARRISON-I COULDNT HOLD out any
longer. Gracias for your thoughtfulness:' the
flowers, picnic, candlelite dinner, and those
wine kisses. Keep up the good work. Maybe
some American men ore romantic after all?!
MELISSA AD UD DELL FROM WESTERN
Carolina, if you made It to UNC how about giving
me a can my number is 942-5933 Wally Eastiand.
HANK, TWAS A WALK in the moonlight and
nothing was more, frightning or Scary than your
rath at the door, forgive us! Fair and nook Hank, we
knew not what we were doing! Big Bud.
DEAR TAMMY, THANKS FOR the most
wonderful year of my life. May aU the rest be
ever better. My love is yours, forever. Love,.
ONLY IN CHAPEL HILL CAN a girl win a pageant
crown while dressed in sheets, towels, or goodwill
fashions! Congratulations to the contestants and to
our new "MlssK.-B. Love, The Queen Mother.
MACHO MODEL Seeking models for PLAYGIRL
type nhotos for planned publication featuring
collegiate models. Modest fee paid. If Interested
write: Mtrkland Photo, Box 6066, Tallahassee. Fla.