2The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, January 18, 1984
High cost of
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON The nuclear industry, shaken by
the cancellation of one power plant and the
government's refusal to license another, got more bad
news Tuesday with a government report showing that
three-fourths of the nation's reactors have cost at least
double what was expected.
The Energy Department's Energy Information Ad
ministration said the final construction costs for 77 per
cent of the plants now operating were at least double the
In 28 percent of the cases, the agency said, the final
cost was more than four times the original estimate.
The EIA, an independent agency within the depart
ment, blamed the increased pricetags primarily on infla
tion, skyrocketing interest rates and construction costs,
and long building delays.
In 1971, for example, utilities were estimating it would
take them only four years to build a nuclear plant. Now,
they say the average construction period is 14. years.
Scott Peters, a representative for the Atomic Indus
trial Forum, which represents the nuclear.industry, said
he could not comment on the report because he had not
reviewed it. But he said he was not surprised by the
The report, coupled with other developments within
the past week, raised new questions about the fate of
Shultz to tell Soviets U.S. open to arms talks
The Associated Press
STOCKHOLM, Sweden Secretary
of State George P. Shultz will tell the
Soviet foreign minister today that the
United States would welcome talks on any .
level in an effort to control nuclear
weapons and curb conventional forces in
Adrninistration sources said Tuesday
. that if the Soviets are reluctant to resume
the arms control talks, the United States is
ready to open alternative channels in a bid
to reverse the U.S. and Soviet arms
"We are prepared to talk in any case,"
said the U.S. official, who spoke on condi
tion he not be identified.
Shultz, seeking to reopen a dialogue
with the Soviet Union, will meet Foreign
Minister Andrei A. Gromyko today. Both
are attending a 35-nation conference on
peace and security in Europe.
The Shultz-Gromyko meeting would be
the first since the two wrangled in
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ORDER OF THE BELL Tower membership drive Jan.
16-30. Application may be picked up at the Union Desk and
returned there by Jan. 30. Get Involved!
ATTENTION ELECTRON MICROSCOPISTS
Individuals in RTP area Interested in attending a peri
odic. Informal discussion group in electron microscopy
please call 248-4135 for farther information.
INTERESTED IN SUPPORTING A progressive candidate
for Lt. Governor? Meet Carl Stewart 9 am Saturday, January
26th at a breakfast In the Union preceding the winter
seminar. For more info call Mike Nelson at 967-7218.
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nuclear reactors force
some of the other 48 reactors under construction around
Last Friday, a Nuclear Regulatory Commission licens
ing panel, citing quality control failures, refused to grant
an operating permit for Commonwealth Edison Co.'s
nearly completed, $3.35 billion twin-reactor Byron plant
On Monday, bowing to pressure from state officials,
Public Service Co. of Indiana abandoned efforts to com
plete its twin-reactor Marble Hill plant after having spent
$2.5 billion on it.
The decision on Marble Hill, the 99th and 100th reac
tors canceled since 1974, sent shock waves through the
industry because construction was so far along.
Work on the first unit was 59 percent completed, and
the second unit was 37 percent finished. Until then, a
utility had not scrapped a plant that was more than 27
percent completed. That occurred when, the Tennessee
Valley Authority canceled its Phipps Bend plant in 1982.
Last month, the government said in a report on he
future of the nuclear industry that it made no sense eco
nomically to cancel any plant in which 45 percent of the
construction was finished.
"That just shows you how far the government is
behind the times," Charles Komanoff, a consulting
economist on nuclear economics, said Tuesday. "As it
now stands, you can make a good economic case for
canceling a plant that is not into the 70-to-75 percent
September over the Soviets' downing of a
South Korean jetliner with 269 people
The Soviets broke off arms control talks
last year after NATO started a five-year
deployment of 572 new medium-range
nuclear missiles in Europe.
The Soviets have said they won't return
to the Euromissile talks until NATO pulls
out its new rockets. Negotiations on
ocean-spanning nuclear weapons and con
ventional forces also are suspended, and
the Soviets have refused to set a date for
Shultz has already had several talks at
the State Department with Anatoly F.
Dobrynin, the Soviet ambassador to
Washington, seeking a thaw to the frozen
Speaking Tuesday at the opening o f the
conference, Shultz did not offer any pro
posals to lure the Soviets back to the
He urged the Soviet Union to lift the
Iron Curtain, saying the United States
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CAROLINA PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB ta holding its first
meeting on Thursday. Jan. 19, at 7 pm In the Union. All In
terested photographer are welcome.
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LOST: LADIES GOLD SEIKO watch on Franklin St. or in
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LOST: GREEN CHECKBOOK NEAR Mclvar Friday. If
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LOST: NAVY BLUE NYLON wallet any information helpful.
Reward for return. Please call Bobby 933-8188. Keep trying.
Please help. If s urgent
REWARD FOR RETURN OF births tone ring lost in student
bookstore. Aquamarine stone, small size, sentimental value.
18-30 YEAR OLD white male with respiratory cold and flu
are-needed for paid research study at the US Environmental
Protection Agency, Chapel Hill. Subjects must be in good
general health. Smokers and non-smokers needed. Please
call Dr. Robert Chapman or Dr. Robyn Tepper at 541-3804
(days): 942-3912 (nights). Please tell your friends.
MEN AND WOMEN
Camps Arrowhead for
boys and Glen Arden for
girls, located in the
North Carolina moun
tains, are now hiring
counselors for 1984. If
interested, stop by the
Union Thursday, Jan. 19,
(9:30-3:00) and talk with
"does not recognize the legitimacy of the
artificially imposed division of Europe."
Shultz said Germany was "heartlessly
divided" by the barrier between East and
West and declared, "this division is the
essence of Europe's security and human
rights problem, and we all know it."
Shultz also proposed a global ban on
chemical weapons and a six-point program
to ease anxieties in Europe by exchanging
information on military maneuvers in
order to prevent an inadvertent war.
Gromyko is to address the conference
Following Shultz's talk, East Germany's
foreign minister, Oskar Fischer, called for
a treaty between the NATO and Warsaw
Pact renouncing use of military force, for
a freeze on nuclear arsenals, for nuclear
free zones in Europe, for a European ban
on chemical weapons and for a freeze or
cut in military budgets.
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Relief of Menstrual Cramps Abortion (to 18 weeks)
Gynecology Breast Evaluation
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Display classified ads must be received by 12 (noon) two
business days before publication.
EXCELLENT SUMMER COUNSELING OPPORTUNITIES
for men and women- who are interested in serving boys and
girl age 7-16, guiding (hem in their physical, mental and
spiritual development. Only those persons who will dedicate
their wholehearted 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 THUNDERB1RD, located 17 miles southeast of
l Charlotte, N.C, I an ACA accredited 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 canoeing and
tripping are extras in our excellent program. For further in
formation write or call G. William CHmer. Jr., Director,
Camp Thunderbb-d, Route 7, Box 50, Clover. S.C., 29710
BLACK MALES BLACK FEMALES-$45 wffl
b paid to kaattky aoa laoksw 18-35, arfco
coeaplat aa EPA braathJag stady oa tka UNC
casapaa. For aiora laid please caH 966-1253,
Monday-Friday 8 aat-5 pas.
AIRLINES ARE HIRING! FLIGHT attendants reserva-'
tionists! $14-39,000. Worldwide! CaH for Directory, Guide.
Newsletter. (916) 944-4440 Ext. UNORTHCAROUNA1R.
CRUISES HIPS ARE HIRING! $16-$30.000! Carrfbean,
Hawaii, World. CaH for Guide, Directory, Newsletter 1-(916)
944-4440 Ext UNORTHCAROUNACRUISE.
WE NEED PART-TIME people for outdoor lawn care work.
1015 hrswk. $4.50-$5.50hr. You need a car!! Call
467-7690 for interview date.
ACTORSMALE MODELS NEEDED for print and film
work in N.C. Please submit photo and resume to: Direc
tions Talent Agency, 400 State Street Station, Greensboro,
DRUG STUDY TO TREAT severe pre-menstrual breast
pain. If interested call 966-1601.
PART-TIME PHOTOGRAPHERS TO work campus parties.
Must own 35mm camera. Flash and film provided. $6.00
SlO.OOhr. Send resume to: Picture Perfect 101 Woodland
St. Morganton, N.C. 28655.
LOVE KIDS? OUR BRIGHT. ACTIVE 4V4 year old daughter
needs a sitter from 12:30 pm to 5:30 pm on Thursdays. Must
be safe driver, have your own car. Good reference. Please
COUNSELORS, OVER 19 WHO like to have fun and make
fun at unique overnight boy' summer camp In Penna. Able
to instruct either one of following: watersafety, waferskflng,
boating, soccer, basketball, arts and crafts, rockcHmbing.
riflery, ham radio, rocketry, science, archery, track, tennis,
golf, photography, pioneering, or general athletics. Write:
Camp Director. 138 Red Rambler Drive, Lafayette HID. Pa.
it 1 Mi
Mr. Gatti's Pizza Delivery.
We need delivery drivers.
Base pay plus commission.
Day or Night hours.
You need your own car.
Call 968-8888 or 968-8621.
range of construction."
Already one utility, the financially troubled Washing
ton Public Power Supply System, has put two plants
its Unit 1 and Unit 3 reactors on hold after going into
default on bonds for another reactor.
Even though the WPPSS Unit 1 and Unit 3 plants are
60 percent and 70 percent completed, respectively, many
doubt that funds will ever be found to finish them.
Two TVA units have also been deferred, but officials
for that seven-state power system have indicated they
may not be finished.
And the primary owner of the Zimmer nuclear plaiu
in Ohio, Cincinnati Gas & Electric Co., is fighting
. political pressure to abandon that facility, even though it
is 97 percent completed. Officials estimate that it may
cost $3 billion to fix problems resulting from quality
control breakdowns at Zimmer.
In its report on construction costs, the Energy Infor
mation Administration said it surveyed 47 plants com
pleted in the last decade and five reported final construc
tion costs exceeding original estimates by more than
Two plants cost between five and six times their
original estimate, five plants between four and five times
the initial figure, nine plants between three and four
times, and 14 plants between two and three times the in
itial figure, the agency said.
Shultz declined to comment on the East
German proposals, several of which echo
previous Warsaw Pact ideas, until he had
Shultz jabbed at the Soviet Union in his
speech, saying, "some nations seek global
or regional military superiority or resort to
threats of intimidation."
But he said the United States "seeks no
The measures included:
Exchanges of information about the
organizations and location of NATO and
Warsaw Pact military forces.
Annual previews of military exercises.
Advance notice of significant military
Invitations of observers at such exer
cises. Means to verify compliance with the
109 Conner Dr., Suite 2202 Chapel Hill, N.C
Across from University Mall
WANTED: WIDE RANGE VOCALIST for established band.
No professional experience required, only enthusiasm. Seri
ous inquiries only please. Call Tommy at 968-4752 or
968-9007 after 5:00.
COUNSELORS: FOR BOYS CAMP In Maine. Openings hi
most activities (WSI, tennis, basketball, etc.) Upper
Classmen preferred. Write: Camp Cedar, 1758 Beacon St.,
Brookline. Ma 02146 or caH 617-277-8080.
THE CLEF HANGERS ARE holding aadktoas this Sun
day, Jan. 22, in Hifl Hall. The Clefs, an exciting group of
acapella singer, specialize in tenorbass close harmonies:
barbershop, fifties, and contemporary. We practice twice a
week and well tour the Ivy League over Spring Break. Audi
tion begin at 1:00 pm and last until 3:00 pm (so you won't
miss any of the Super BowC)
TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATIVE TRAINING LOCAL com
puter software and hardware manufacturer I seeking a
career oriented individual with the right combination of com
mon sense, intelligence, and desire to see a Job well done.
This position entails administrative duties, typing, computer
operation and some computer programming. Micro-computer
experience is a definite plus, but will train the right per
son. Call Futurehouse Inc. at 967-0861 for an appointment.
YOGA ITS A QUESTION of Joy! The Yoga Place, 452
W. Franklin, will begin its 10th year Jan. 16 offering 8
classes for beginning and advanced students. For infor
mation caH, 967-9686 for the joy!
READY TO PARTY IN 1984? Let E.J. & Company rock
your party. Four hour of non-stop jam for only 1125. Call
Andy Pittman at 967-8871.
ABORTION TO 18 WEEKS. $185. Private and con
fidential GYN Facility with Saturday and evening ap
pointments available. Pain medication given. Free
pregnancy tests. 942-0824.
PARKING SPACES FOR RENT dose to campus. CaH
NEED A REFK1GERATOK? CaH or corn by The
Stadaat Hsbigcntor Ratal Sarvtca Office) ia
Salts B of Taa IWoa. Raat a 2.t cabic foot
refrigerator foe oaiy $26 osaa a $19 twfaadaMa
depoatt. Pboaa 962-3902 for Mora taforasafioa.
GRADUATE STUDENT-SHARE 3 bedroom3 bath house
with 2 junior dental students. Washerdryer, fireplace, near
' University Mall, lots of privacy. 1133.33month and Vt
utilities. 967-1240 after 6 pm.
WINSTON DORM CONTRACT FOR sale. Great location.
Buyer must be female. Call 929-5150 between 5 and 7 pm.
Ask for Laura or Barbara.
BACK DOOR RECORDS
25 or $1 OFF ALL LP's
Great Rock, Classical, Jazz, etc.
136 E. Rosemary Lower Level
NCN3 Plaza near Ram Theatres
Mon.-Sat. 12-6 p.m. 933-0019
The Associated Press
BEIRUT, Lebanon Gunmen kid
napped the Saudi Arabian consul from
his car in a west Beirut seafront
neighborhood Tuesday, and. his driver
was wounded in a shootout, the Saudi
With blood streaming down his face,
the driver ran to the Saudi Embassy
building in west Beirut's Manara
neighborhood to report the kidnapping
before he was rushed to the American
University hospital, according to radio
The abducted diplomat was iden
tified as Hussein Abdullah Farrash. He
was going from his home in west Beirut
to the embassy when his car was at
tacked in mid-morning, the state radio
The wounded driver was identified
as Izzat Akkash.
Lebanese troops and police sealed
off the neighborhood and searched
house-to-house for the kidnappers.
HUNT VALLEY, Md. The U.S.
Commission on Qvil Rights, reversing
a policy of its former members, de
nounced affirmative action quotas
Tuesday as "unjustified discrimina
tion" that creates a "new class of vic
tims." At a news conference ending a two
day meeting, Commission Chairman
Clarence M. Pendleton Jr. said the
panel voted to "declare our in-
dependence" of past policies that sup
ported mandatory quotas for hiring
and promoting women and minorities.
He said the commission will go on to
study the affects of President Reagan's
budget cuts in social programs.
But Commissioner Mary Frances
Berry, one of three members appointed
before the president reorganized the
panel last year, attacked the panel's
new majority and called them White
"The White House now has for the
first time in the history of this institu
tion, its first civil rights commission.
And it's just in time for the election
year 1984, which I believe was the plan
all along from the beginning of this
Before the news conference, the
commission voted 6-2 in favor of the
resolution against quotas.
Fire damages Hinton-James lounge .
A fire occurred in the 8th floor lounge Damage is estimated at $4,250 to the
.of Hinton James Dormitory on Sunday furniture and building. The incident is be
night, Jan. 15, according to Ned Comar, ing investigated as a possible arson case,
crime prevention officer of the University Comar-said. -rv -
17AMT A SUCVJr.lER CAEYJP JOB?
Positions available (male-female) Specialists in all athletic
areas: Assistants to Tennis Pro; Golf; Gymnastics; Swim
ming (WSIk Smallcraft (sailing-canoeingj; Riflery; Archery;
Arts and Crafts (general shop, woooSvorking); Ceramics;
Sewing; Computer Science; Photography; Science (general
electronics); Music; Dramatics; Pioneering; Tripping; Gen
eral Counselors. 20. Camp located in Northeastern Pennsyl
vania (Poconos). For further information write to: Trail's
End Camp, co Beach Lake. lnc..A17 215 Adams Street.
Brooklyn. N.Y. 11201.
Classified ad may be placed at the DTH office or mailed to
the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
FOR SALE: McIVER CONTRACT. Triple room with two
great roommates. CaH Beth at 933-1921.
MORRISON CONTRACT FOR SALE. Female. Fastastk
roommate! Must sell Immediately!! Unbelievable price. Call
OLD EAST CONTRACT FOR Sale! Reduced rate on con
tract offered. Must sell! 967-8530.
FEMALE DOUBLE MORRISON CONTRACT for sale great
suitemates! Good price. Don't wait-call 933-4051 NOW!
MALE CONNOR DORM CONTRACT for sale. Cheap.
Great location. CaH Michael at 942-5955.
POLICE TICKETS-GREAT SEATS. Sat. Feb. 11th,
Greensboro call after 5.-00 pm 967-9333.
GRANVILLE SOUTH FEMALE ROOM contract for sale.
Price very negotiable. Must sell call 933-8442 leave
NORTH CAMPUS FEMALE HOUSING contract for sale
immediately. Alexander dorm. Price negotiable. Loft already
hi room if wanted. CaH Janet 933-7751, or 1-578-3121 after
CRAIGE DORM CONTRACT FOR sale. Price very
negotiable. Penthouse suite, great roommate. CaH Steve
OLD CAMPUS FEMALE HOUSING contract for sale. Great
location. 402 Ruffin. Call Judith at 1-732-7641.
NEEDED: CHRISTIAN WOMAN TO share 2 bedroom
Kingswood Apartment. V rent utilities. CaH 929-3547. .
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY. MALE ROOMMATE to share
master bedroom and bath of Bolinwood Apartment. V rent
and utilities. Call 933-9203.
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: NEED NON-SMOKING
female to share furnished Carolina Apartment. Private bed
room, 110 a month phis phone and utilities, call 942-8750.
NEEDED: FUN-LOVING, NON-SMOKING, studious female
to share bedroom in nicely furnished two bedroom Kings
wood Apt. $98.50 plus Vi utilities. Available NOW. CaH
FEMALE NON-SMOKING FAIRLY studious roommate to
share room in Kingswood Apt. Room furnished with bed.
$105 plus Vi utilities. CaH 967-9516.
RESPONSIBLE MALE WANTED TO fill vacant room in 3
bedroom fully carpeted house. Fully furnished except your
room. Rent $125.00 Vt utilities If interested caH 967-5001
NEED RIDE TO CHARLOTTE on Friday. J". 20. Can
leave anytime after 12:00 pm. Also aeed ride back to Chapel
HiU Sunday. CaH Bren 933-8168.
NEEDED! RIDE TO AND from Atlanta this weekend. Light
traveller and will pav for ride. Call 933-5252. Thanx.
HELP! I NEED A ride to and from AshevtHe this weekend.
Will share the usual caH Dee at 933-8931 Thank.
North Carolina Federation
of College Democrats'
Sat., Jan. 21st 9am-5pm
LONDON Wearing a badge
reading "Leave me alone, I'm having a
crisis," Paul McCartney returned
home Tuesday from Barbados, where
he and his wife were fined $200 for
The former Beatle said he had "no
grudges and no complaints."
McCartney, 41, smiling and sun
tanned, was unrepentant about his
fourth drug bust in 12 years. He told
reporters, photographers and television
cameramen who mobbed him at
"This substance is a whole lot less
harmful than rum punch, whisky,
nicotine and glue all of which are
perfectly legal. I'd like to see it
Asked if he would now give up
smoking marijuana, as he has pledged
after earlier busts, the singer-songwriter
winked and said, "Never again."
Asked whether he meant it this time,
he said, "Probably not."
JACKSON, Miss. The Rev. Jesse
Jackson urged Tuesday that the
nation's defense budget be cut to pro- -vide
money for the poor.
Each state could get $15 billion if
cost overruns in defense spending are
eliminated, Jackson said during the
first stop of a 22-city swing in quest of
the Democratic presidential nomina
tion. "I am sure Mississippi could use that
kind of money for education," he said.
Another Democratic presidential
contender, Sen. John Glenn of Ohio,
was due in Jackson late Tuesday for a
series of receptions and speeches. And
the wives of two other candidates,
former Vice President Walter Mondale
and former Florida Gov. Reubin
Askew, planned to attend receptions in
the state this week.
RALEIGH Robert L. Hannon of
Greensboro filed Tuesday as a
Democratic candidate for governor,
becoming the first black candidate and
the fifth candidate in the race.
Hannon outlined a platform oppos
ing merit pay for teachers because no
fair system has been worked out but
supporting a 15 percent to 20 percent
pay raise for educators in 1984-85. He
said the money for the raise should
come from higher taxes on alcoholic
"I have a chance to win the
primary," Hannon said. "What do
you think those white candidates are
going to do but split the white vote? If I
can get just that percent of the black
votes I'll be in the runoff."
NEED RIDE TO WASHINGTON D.C. this weekend.
Will pay for gas. Please contact as soon a possible
STUDENT NEEDS A RIDE In afternoon to North gate MaO
area (Durham) between 4:30-5:00 pm. Witt pay gas. Call
Debbie Sugg 477-1441 or 962-7553.
I NEED A RIDE to High Point after 2:00 pm Friday. Jan.
20th. Will pay $5.00. Please caH Rena at 929-8118.
NEED A RIDE TO Wilmington this weekend Jan. 19, 20.
Call Kathy at 929-5320. Leave i
SKI NEARBY OR REFRESH your spirit by the fireside. No
interruptions except those you want at MOUNTAIN BROOK
COTTAGES, the Getaway Place. 1110 weekend for 2. 1130
weekend for 4. 704 5864329.
DO YOU NEED AN easy dinner before the game on
Wednesday? Then oin us ior the first deU of the
semester at HID el. New York style deU sandwiches with
aH the trimming weekly specials aQ at reasonable
price with a 10 discount for affiliate. The deH wiH be
held from 6-7:30 pm at the Hind house 210 W.
HEY FOXY! REM SPANISH, Huh? I thought out of staters
were supposed to be smart, not cute. Get PSYCHED for
Hodanta. Why come? You tefi me. Remember, you're sup
posed to tow mobil homes. . .not run over them. That's why
they caH it the blue. Schmiie! But don't wink. . .TICKLE
TORTURE!! I missed you ton over Christmas. Prep boy,
even with neck wounds, are awesome . . .Ohio women are
dose. Here's looking at you, kid. Tartan (Always.)
TO THE MISSER DO you remember: getting lost in
Raleigh when H snowed, falling up the stair, black rus
sian with your favorite EN, The Sound of Music, mean
drunks, the Pink Flamingo just five more minutes, or
barking at pigface? I'm sure you don'd However, don't
worry, your 21st will be a memorable one!! Love, Tracy,
Sandra and Kerry. ,
HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY CYN! (or rather sin!). The Bim
Jeam is calling your name. Have a great day! Love ya, Lyn
nard and Pup.
LYNN: YOU ARE MY best friend in the world and I Love
You very much. I really dot RON.
THE GRAD STUDENTS OF HiBd are sponsoring a
brunch and organizational meeting on Sunday, January
22. The brunch win be held at 11 am, followed by a
meeting to plan the semesters activities at noon. Cost
for the brunch, $3 non-members, $2 members, h will be
held at the Hlllci house 210 W. Cameron. For more In
formation can 942-4057.
TIM D. P. THANKS for a wonderful time at home. N.J. I a
long way away and I sure miss you. Good luck wrestling!
BREAK YOUR NEW YEARS raeoartloas at ZBTa
akVcaatpaa. Taareu. Jaa, 19 featartaej STRATUS.
Party Baa ssooa ato WhUehaad. Graavfile, NCNB
Plasa, Merer, aad Cobb.
VICKIE K-i MY HEART voa kaa asolaa. (Ta b cea.
Why a typeset resume?
Because all you've got to
' lose is that first great job.,
(above Henderson SI. Bar) 968-0324
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