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    2 AThe Daily Tar HeelThursday, August 22, 1 991
Bills paid despite treasurer's absence Camptis calendar
By Bonnie Rochman
Staff Writer
- Student groups have not been seri
ously disrupted, although many of them
experienced funding problems this sum
mer after a restraining order was issued
against the acting student body trea
surer, the director of the Student Activi
ties Fund Office said Wednesday.
Some payments to businesses were
delayed. The most notable delayed bill
was to Village Printing, which prints
The Phoenix, said SAFO Director
Howard Brubaker.
. "I've spoken to Village Printing and
they are going to get paid today or
tomorrow," Brubaker said. "They
seemed pretty satisfied. I have had no
real problems with anyone that I talked
to being upset at the delay in payment."
Susan Crisp, operations manager for
Village Printing, said the company prob
ably would continue to accept The
Phoenix's business because the paper
was affiliated with the University.
"It is very unlikely that we will not do
business with them," she said.
Charles Overbeck, Phoenix editor,
said Village Printing had agreed to con
tinue printing the publication. "They
are going to print us, and they will get
their check tomorrow."
Mark Bibbs, chief justice of the Stu
dent Supreme Court, issued a restrain
ing order in June against Kristina Sung,
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who had been appointed acting student
body treasurer for the summer by Stu
dent Body President Matt Heyd.
Student Body Treasurer Josh Siegel
was in New York during the summer.
Rep. Eric Pratt, Dist. 22, had chal
lenged Sung's appointment by filing a
suit charging that Heyd violated the
student government code by failing to
win congressional approval before ap
pointing Sung. The suit was dismissed
after Sung resigned and Heyd pleaded
no contest to the allegation.
Brubaker said student-funded groups
that did not have a treasurer in Chapel
Hill this summer also were affected by
the restraining order.
"In as many cases as possible, we
mailed requisitions for checks to Josh
for his approval," Brubaker said.
The student body treasurer must ap
prove all fee appropriations and autho
rize payments on SAFO accounts.
THURSDAY
5 JO p.m. Students Older Thaq Ant-age will
meet until 7 p.m. in the Union South Galleiy. Every
one is welcome. For more information, call Bill Irwin
at 929-5540 or Eva Coyle at 942-4369.
The Association of International Students will
meet in 208-209 Union. Come join our international
party-
8 p.m. Carolina Fever's first organizational meet
ing will be held in Memorial Hall with the band,
cheerleaders and High Kicking Heels.
II p.m. WXYC 89 J FM will play the blest LP
from The Mekong, "Curse of The Mekons" in its
entirety.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
UNC HOSPITALS needs you! Registerat Volun
teer Services, first floor of West Wing, 9:30 ajn. to
5:30 p.m. (Closed noon to 1 p.m.). Returning volun
teers can register from now until Friday; new volun
teers, Aug. 26-30. Call 966-4793 for more informa
tion. Heels to Heaven, a Christian musk ministry orga
nization, is recruiting new members. If you are inter
ested in singing or playing with us, please come by
250 Cobb this week to pick up an application and sign
up for an interview. For more information, call Carmen
Icard at 933-8017.
The Black Student Movement will have the first
party of the year from 10 p m. to 2 a.m. Friday, Aug.
23 in Great Hall. All proceeds will go toward an
endowed chair position honoring Dr. Sotya Hanes
Stone.
There win be a very important meetingretreat for
all Student Government appointees from 1-5 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 24 at the Institute of Government.
Come by Suite C or call 962-5201 if you have ques
tions. Come meet the 1991 Tar Heel football lean at
Picture and Fan Appreciation Day, 2 p.m. Sunday,
Aug. 25 in Kenan Stadium. Go to gates 6 and 8. Free
Coke and popcorn.
Freshmen interested in lets of fun: Come to a
Student Government Interest meeting at 7 p.m.
Monday, Aug. 26 in the Union Film Auditorium. We
need help, so come get involved.
Everyone who was, is or wants to be involved in
Student Government should attend a meeting at 5.
p m. Tuesday. Aug. 27 in 208-209 Union. We will be
discussing projects for die year and scheduling meet
ing times. i
An organizational meeting of the Collegiate Black
Caucus will be held at 7 pjn. Tuesday, Aug. 27 in the
Black Cultural Center.
Mikeman and Mascot tryouts will be held at 6
pjn. Wednesday, Aug. 28. Applications are available
in the Carolina Fever Office.
Carolina Cheerleading tryouts will begin at 6
p.m. Friday, Sept. 6, in Fetzer Gym. Come ready to
practice.
Sophomores only: Applications for the Honors
Program will be accepted now until Sept. 15 and can
Dc picked up outside suo Steele Building.
Anti-abortion leaders fined, jailed
The Associated Press
WICHITA, Kan. A federal judge
jailed three abortion protest leaders
Wednesday and fined each $10,000 af
ter repeated violations of his order to
quit blocking access to clinics.
U.S. District Judge Patrick Kelly also
levied a $10,000 fine against the anti
abortion group, Operation Rescue.
The three leaders and the group also
will be fined $500 a day for the next 10
days, or until they swear to obey the
judge's order.All three had been before
Kelly previously for contempt of court
hearings and were released after prom
ising to obey Kelly's order.
"They have no respect for civil au
thority whether it is this court or the
president of the United States," Kelly
said.
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