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2The Daily Tar HeelFriday, April 15, 1983 Stage Entertainment in front of the Carolina Theatre 1:00 p.m. Apple Chill Cloggers 2:00 p.m. Capitol City Cloggers 3:00 p.m. Treva (a pop music band out ; of Greensboro) 4:00 p.m. Hargrave Modern Dance Group 4:30 p.m. Rollie Gray and Sunfire (an international band) Entertainment at the intersection of Franklin and Henderson streets 1 :00 p.m. Chapel Hill Scottish Country Dancers 1:30 p.m. Aerobic Rhythms , 2:00 p.m. Carolina Sport Art Gymnastics and Training Center 2:30 p.m. Chapel Hill Ballet Company . -3:00 p.m. Durham Dolls Baton and Pom Pom Corps . 4:00 p.m. Dansync (performing arts ensemble) 4:30 p.m. Jazzercise 5:00 p.m. Workout Innovations Entertainment on Franklin Street near Presbyterian Church 1:15 p.m. Chapel Hill Brass Ensemble 2:30 p.m. Village Band . 3:45 p.m. Woodchucks in Babylon The Shake, Arrogance w By TOM CONLON Staff Writer Nine bands will be featured at the ninth annual Springfest, which will be held today and Saturday on Connor Beach. . Local bands The Substitutes, The Vanguard, Members Only, The Kneewalkers and The Shake will perform today from 5 p.m. until midnight. Saturday's concert will run from noon until midnight. The bands will include Awareness Art Ensemble of Richmond, a., Cheepskates of .New York, Rick : m .-mm . i niiiKBcsi cxm ClzszlZlzd Info Return ad and check or money order to the DTH ofSce by noon the business day before your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid. Rates: 25 words or less " Students $2.00 Non-students $3.00 5 for each additional word ' ' $1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type Please notify the DTH office immediately if there are mistakes in your ad. We will be responsible for only the first ad run. esaoTsncezaents THIS AFTERNOON START YOUR weekend at PurdVt Happy Hour time 6, 5-9 today gut 2 drafts ior 25C, 75t wine plus 21 and over special. Friday night admission is free when you com to happy hour today at Purdy't. . UNC STUDENT GOVERNMENT 19 ato apeScatioM foe Chance Hoe's ruse Vlce-CtMwcel-leart) Ca alttas eiias-a. ApeJIcatloaa aad ta- C of h Caroftaa Usdosw For caB 9ta-52tl. AfHcatloM Mceiday. Aprfl IS. Iatarviewe beta Friday. April 15. . IS YOUR GROUP INTERESTED ki sponsoring a blood-mobile? Applications are available in the APO office In the Carolina Union. Deadline (or applying is April 22. SUMMER JOBS $7.22 AN HOUR. Positions throughout North Carolina, part or full time. AD majors accepted, interviews held every hour from 8 am-3 pm.,-April 18. 19 and 20th. Check Union Desk for room. ATTENTION CHINESE AND SEAFOOD lovers! Sino-Calabash SeafoodChinese Food at Jade Palace Restaurant, Carrboro. Dairy luncheon special only 12.75. FREE DELIVERY. Call 9424006. ARE YOU A STUDENT video artist? Show us your talents at the Student Video Showcase April 20th, 8:00. Entries due April 15th. Info and applications at Union Desk. PI KAPPA PHI, BUDWEISER and HAWAIIAN TROPIC announce THE SEVENTH ANNUAL ALL-CAMPUS BURN-OUT PARTY. Featuring: Brice Street with 50 kegs of Buchveiser and a Hawaiian Tropic Bikini Contest. Buses will be running from the Carolina Union from 2.-00 to 3:30 pm and from 5:30 to 7 KM pm. Friday, April 22. 216 Ftadey Rd. 2-7 pm. BURN-OUT T-Shhrts will be on sal bi the pit on Friday and att next week. THE FINE ARTS FESTIVAL presents the film Trash at 3 pm ot Friday and Saturday. April 15 and 16. in the Union Auditorium. People and animals get hi Free. ARTISTS. CRTTICS. AND OTHER creative souls: There wul be a general interest meeting for WW Union Gallery Committee Monday, 418 at 3:30 pm in Union room 206, Come by room 200 if you cannot attend. lost end found FOUND: GOLD CHAIN IN front of Manly dorm. Call 933-5214 to claim. he!? is!ntsd EARN $500 OR MORE each school year. Flexible hours. Monthly payment fur placing posters on campus. Bonus based oa reauhs. Prize awarded as wefl. 800-526-0883. DID YOUR EASTER BREAK turn Into a summt-r w.k headache? We need workers! Must relocate. Have eniue summer free. Make $310week. CaB for interview 942 51 51 . Apple Ghill to blpcEast Franklin By SUSAN KUHN Staff Writer The 11th annual Apple Chill Street Fair will be held Sunday, April 17, from 1 to 6 p.m. on Franklin Street. More than 12,000 people are expected to mingle with local craftsmen, sway to the music of various bands and tempt the tastebuds with local cuisine. ' Entertainment includes performances by the Apple Chill Cloggers, the Chapel Hill Ballet Company, Aerobic Rhythms, the Chapel Hill Brass Ensemble and Dansync a performing arts ensemble ' and Jazzer-cize, a combination of exercise and dance. ' Musical acts include the Chapel Hill Scottish Country Dancers and the bands Treva, Rollie Gray and Sun-fire and the Village Band. Juggler Ken Kaye and Magi-, cian Ken Fogleman will perform. Shirley R. Harper, general recreation coordinator for the Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation Department, called Apple Chill a "family-type community fair, which is what the town would like to keep it as." , Since January, Harper has been working with 23 students in a UNC recreation class titled "Program Planning for Recreation Services" on Apple Chill '83. Cyn Rock and Arrogance, both of Chapel Hill. . ' . The concert will be a campuswide event, and $3,500 from fund raising will be spent on the concert, said Springfest Coordinator Henry Miles. The Campus ; Governing Council provided $1,228, and $500 came from Henderson Residence College for the concert. STOW Residence College, Scott Residence College and the Interfraternity and Panhellenic councils also contributed money, along with Ehringhaus, Craige, Coca-Cola and Pizza Transit Authority. . : if BLACK MALES AND FEMALES Earn $5hr-get a free physical, and help the environment. The EPA needs heahhy non-smokers, age 18-35 for a breathing study on the UNC campus. For more information call 966-1253. Monday-Friday, 8-5. ASTHMA SUFFERERS EARN $50 bi an EPA breathing study on the UNC campus. To qualify you must be male, 18-35, with currently active asthma. For more information please can 966-1253. Monday-Friday. 8-5. 1S-3S YEAR OLD MALES with colds and flu needed for paid EPA research. CaB Dr. Robert Chapman at 541-3804 w 942-3912. CRUISE SHIP JOBS! $14-S28,000 Caribbean, Hawaii. World. Call for Guide, Directory. Newsletter. 1 916-722-1111 ExL North Carolina. SUMMER WORK AVAILABLEI TRAVEL? Experience? $1250month. Write: Summer Work. Box 3603, Chapel Hill . for interview information. Few positions left. SUMMER JOBS-TUTOR COUNSELORS and Dormitory .Assistants. Requirements good grade .point average (2.0 minimum). Apply at the Upward Bound Office, 207 Hill Building, Monday-Friday 9-5. Applications must be received by Tuesday, 419. . . WANTED GRADUATE STUDENTS FOR temporary work at Student Stores, Textbook Department. Must be able to work 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.. May 2, 1983 through May 11. 1983. Contact Ms. Netoa Barbee, Mr. Boyd Ellington, or Mr. Charles Byrd in Textbook Department, Daniels Building. Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. STUDENT SUMMER WORK AVAILABLE throetghovt North CaroHsMi. $7.22 mm how. Part or fall tfaate. Basiled aatervWsrs fro 8 an-3 pm April 18. 19 ad . 28th, room waaBber-Uaioa Das. COUNSELORS WANTED TR!M DOWN-physical fitness, coed N.Y. State overnight camp. Tennis, WSrs, arts & crafts, piano, guitar, dance, aerobics, theatre director, soft-bail, soccer, hockey, volleyball, basketball, food service, apply Camp Shane, Femdale New York 12734. SUMMER WORK: POSITIONS AVAILABLE for one Head Swim Coach and one nfe'juard at pool in Charlotte, WS1 required. Call David at 967-7164, 7-11 pm. CHARMING, INTELLIGENT 2 YEAR old seeks fun-loving . older companion beginning June. Full-time during summer, afternoons during school year. Non-smoker. Salary negotiable. Call 929-3303. WANTEDt MILLER CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE for part ties a salsa ajsd aiieilag poestloa. Interviews may be anraaead la the Place at Office. Hamas HaO aad wtf be ceatducted Wednesday. April 20. WANTED: PART TIME SUBSCRIPTION sales person. Im-i mediate and summer positions available. For more information contact the News and Observer, 942-1806. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR NCMH research project who have taken tetracycline lor at least one year within the past five years. CaU Dr. Jacobson 966-1212. services RECALL WORD PROCESSING. Dissertations, theses, term papers, form letters, resumes, etc. AD work Is done on mod-' em word processing equipment. Our staff Is experienced in legal and medical terminology. Reasonable rates and fast turnaround service. For information can Pat King at 493-3536, or come by at 1905 Chapel Hill Road, Durham. ELECTROLYSIS SAFE AND PERMANENT removal of unwanted hair by medical professional. Free and private consultations. Evening and weekend appointments. Linda Durham, RN., certified Electrofogist. 929-3809. CELEBRATING? IN ONLY 20 minutes the Cookie Factory can decorate a giant cookie Just for your special occasion. CaB 942-9204, 153 East Franklin. r URAILPASS CENTER HAS IMMEDIATE delivery of Eurailpass and EuraB Youthpass. h s the convenient, economical way to see Europe. CaU days, evenings, and weekends (leave message). 942-6161. ill highlight HRCsSp "We're expecting;; about four (thou sand) to five thousand people," Miles said. "In the past we've only had one (thousand) to two thousand people turn out, but we decided to raise more money so we could make it a larger all-campus event." . 'We want to include Granville Towers, fraternities and sororities also," he said. Hot pretzels will be sold at the concert Friday and PTA pizzas and Cokes on . Saturday., No alcoholic beverages will be -available, and students are not allowed to bring bottles to the evenC Miles said. A ' 3 V -". 4 -ft, p t f i . J. ? I i 5 - All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by 12 (noon) one business day before publication. for sale RUBY TUESDAY FINALLY DID IT! Big beautiful golden retriever puppies. Born Feb 1st AKC Shots. $150. Phone 467-1539 (Cary). 25 OFF LP TAPES, 45a BACK DOOR RECOEDS. 136 E. Bnaaiary taaav Baas Theatres Taea. April 12th thra Taasw April 19th, Opsa MosvSat. 12-C 933-0919. Bsty - Sfl - Trade. FOR SALE: DORM SIZE (4.8 cubic foot) refrigerator. Only 6 months old! Asking $100.00 but will negotiate. Call 929-18U and ask for Phyms. LASER SAILBOATS' SAILBOARDS, and rowing shell. Call 493-3776. FOR SALE-ADVENT 5002 speakers, $225pr. Pioneer HPM 40s, $100pr. Must seU. Call 933-2558. Good condition. ' FOR SALE: 1982 HONDA Accord LX Barraudy, 5 isssa, AC. Alplaa Stsrso. ExcOeatt coaxH-tioa. Call 933-8782 cveiags aad weaketsds. FOR SALE: ONE-MAN loft-bohed $50 or best offer contact 933-1456. for rent SUBLET TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT May 21-Aug. 19. Furnished, pool, tennis, bus line, AC, $273 month plus utilities. Call 942-8190. SUBLET MAY-AUGUST. TWO bedroom, furnished, twenty minute walk to campus, on bus line. I'm desperate: almost any suggested rent will be accepted. Cafi 968-1538. FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED TO subfet this summer at Village Green Condos. FuDy furnished, pool, lighted tennis courts, washer dryer, on bus fine. Rent is negotiable. Call Cindy at 9674483. v s SUMMER SUBLEASE FOR FEMALE 7 min. walk from campus, furnished, utilities included in rent. Rent negotiable. CaU Nancy, 968-1044. CHAPEL HILL FOB THE ssuarasr? Go Coado at ViOagw Gross. Oaty 8115ssoath. Use of tearale coarts, pool, aad clabaeasa iacladeal CaU 942-0549. SUBLET FURNISHED CAROLINA APT J One or two nonsmoking females to share large bedroom. $100month and Vj utilities. CaB Laura at 9294079 before 11 pre. SUBLET MAY TO AUGUST: Kingswood two bedroom apartment adjacent to pool and laundry, air conditioned with option to take over lease. Price negotiable. Call 933-9046. OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME! April rent FREE If you'll - take my lease now. Mostly furnished. Own room. Great roommates! Call after 5:00. Laurie 933-9043. . ' FEMALE NEEDED TO SUBLET Estes Park Apt. Approx. $325 for lh May. June, July-Includes utilities. Assume lease August 1. Cafi Francie 933-3673 or 933-9021. SUBLET ROYAL PARK APARTMENT for June and July. Rent negotiable. May rent paid. Option to renew lease. CaB 929-2208. ' NICE TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT across from pool for summer sublease. Lots of closet space. Partially furnished. On bus line. Good deal on rent CaU 929-4027. NEED A CHEAP. CONVENIENT place ta stay this ewauearT The ca9 the TEP Koaee Ucated oa 216 East Ross wary St. aero a from campus. Doables aad skegles available. Caa aceoeasao-data eaea aad wosaaa. Cal 942-E223 or 9&$-98$7 for hurt&ar hmtormm&on. Kp trvtefl. SUBLET 3 BS lVt BATH fermished Carolina Apt. with pool and AC Available mid May to mid August You pay June, July. 'A Aug. rent. CaB 942-3011, FOR RENT TWO BEDROOM apt. on Hulsboro St. 942-0610. Good price. SUBLET FURNISHED OLD WELL apartment this summer. CaB 9684)714 any time. Ask for Roger or leave message. thia J. Hampton, who teaches the class, said this is the first time Recreation 120 has taken the street festival as its project. She said the students have played a key role in publicizing the event, evaluating its progress, collating a step-by-step manual of" the fair and arranging for an athletes corner, to be staffed by UNC athletes, who will sign autographs. The class is also developing an evaluation form, to be completed by fairgoers, entertainers and booth people, which will be analyzed by a computer. ' Harper said alcoholic consumption laws will be strictly enforced Sunday. . "If people want a beer, they can go inside and have one, and then come back out for the fair," she said. Drivers are cautioned by the Parks and Recreation Department that East Franklin Street will be closed between Columbia Street and Graham Memorial Hall at H:15 a.m. Town officials are encouraging fairgoers to park in municipal lots. This year's Celebrity Master of Ceremonies will be .Shirley Marshall, a long-time resident of Chapel Hill and a current member of the Orange County Board of Commissioners.. sfest rin Canned beer will be permitted, but no alcohol can be consumed between the two walls of Hillsborough Street since the . street is city property and the public drinking ordinance is in effect, Miles said., r - v'' 7 '. fi Springfest was begun as "Jubilee," a concert sponsored by Student Govern-; ment. It was later canceled by the University administration, Miles said. In 1979, Student Government and HRC co-sponsored the first Springfest, iand in 1980 the. first Chapel Thrill concert was held. ' j- - ' : Weiss to speak Sunday -4 Lee Weiss will present a lecture for the North Carolina Watercolor Society Juried Show at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 17. The lecture will be in room 102 Union auditorium. Student admission is free. ' TRIANGLE COMMUNITIES 9 Townhouse luxury Hi a beautiful, residential setting. Optimum loca- Son tor Chapel Hill, Durham and all the Research Triangle area. Featuring two bedrooms. 1 'fe baths and dishwasher. Air conditioned, of course. Enjoy swimming and handy laundry facilities. Cable television available. 2525 Booker Creek Road." PHONE 967-2231 Modern one and two bedroom garden apartments offering carpeting, air conditioning and modern kitchen. Very convenient location, swimming pool and handy laundry facilities. Cable television available. 306 North Estes. PHONE 967-2234 0 First-rate location on the 1 5-501 Bypass. Spacious one and two s. bedroom luxury garden plans offer carpet air conditioning and modern -rfj tutehen. Swimming for your enjoyment, laundry facilities for your con venience, oaoie television avaiiauw. i iua ntyi iway s- uyvjoo. PHONE 967-2231 a WknMi fLiiH rvrKam snW Ka DAcaorrh Triannlo Park ata a SI within rtrvn.easy access. Bright modern one and two bedroom garden plans offer i V. '."'j 'a pleasant hillside "location: AircorH3itioning,clubhc)use,wimmirig pbdl; and teondrvlacrtittes. cabeievision pfc.!.: J "i 'V-h-n . 'f-sv-- PHONE 967-2231.4 0 Great location. Real value. No kids. Modern one bedroom plans in a lively all-adult community. Carpeting, air conditioning and pool. Laundry facilities on premises. Cable television available. 200 Barnes Street " PHONE 967-2231 "Rental office located at Kingswood Apartments, Chapel HtH location 3. X: J SUBLET A REAL DEAL! Only $250month with free May rent. Spacious 2 br apt, Carrboro. Adjacent to pool, basket-baD and tennis courts. Partially furnished! Call 967-7389.-Qufck! SUBLET MY SPACIOUS FURNISHED one bedroom apartment in Carrboro May 16th-August 19th. On bus line, air-' conditioned, pool, and laundry facilities. Rent negotiable. May rent already paid. CaB 942-0800 evenings. SUBLEASE FOR MALE FULLY furnished 2 bedroom apartment On bus tine, pool, laundry, AC, $100 a month phis lA utilities. May rent free. Contact Mike 967-2106 keep trying! :'- SUMMER HOUSING? TWO BEDROOM, AC. foB kitchen, fuDy furnished, on bus route, pool, tennis, price negotiable, under $250, 942-0759. SUBLET LARGE ONE-BEDROOM apt. 1V saOes fro casapaa. Available both msaater aaaaioaa. Oa has Baa. Pool, ACteaaJs coast. Beat aeasi-egociabU. Please caB 933-7542, Qast keep try-) SUBLET ROOM ON MaCAULEY Street. Large kitchen, yard, furnished. Only two minutes walk to campus washer dryer and fantastic housemates. CaB 968-8149 keep trying, until 12:30. LIVE IN FOXCROFTi FEMALE roommate needed May-July. $95month Vi utilities. Tennis, pool, sauna. CaU 967-9209 asap. , . TWO PERSON HOUSE SUB LETING for summer $250month behind Western Sizzlin. Call Martin 942-3528. SUMMER HOUSING FOR WOMEN: A few spaces left at Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority. Central air, kitchen privileges, sun roof. Single or double. Call 9697-2646. 1 BEST SUMMER APART.: McCatuey Street, One block from campus! AC, sundeck, brand new, two person, price negotiable. CaB 9334249 or 933-5187. Hurry! roommates FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED TO share Old Wcfl Apt. mid-May through mid-August. Furnished large bedroom. AC, pool, on CJ busline. Prefer non-smoker. Rent negotiable, lh utilities. CaU 942-5933. NEED A NEAT, RESPONSIBLE, non-smoking female roommate for next year and 2nd session summer school. Beautiful area, lots of room. Interested? CaU Dawn at 967- 9552. CAROLINA APTS: 2 FEMALES needed. May-Aug. 2 bedroom, furnished, AC pool, laundry, on bus line. $108mo. Vi utilities. Dates negotiable. 933-2924 or 933-3486. 2 NON-SMOKING FEMALES to share 2 bdrm. furnished Carolina Apt. mid-May to nud-Aug. $113 plus Vs util. 929 1317 after 5:00. WANTED: ONE FEMALE ROOMMATE for 2 bdr, apartment with two other girls moderately liberal. Please call 968- 1570. ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR SUMMER and possibly next year, to share apartment. Walking distance. Own room, kitchen, on bus Hue. Christian male prefered. CaU 967-2018. late afternoon best. rides COLUMBIA S.C RIDERS NEEDED Friday, if Interested. caB Tom at 933-6353. wanted LOOKING FOR A 71 Yackety Yack. Anyone having one for sale caB 933-4343 and ask for Roy. , WANTED: MALE ROOMMATE TO sublet furnished 2 bedroom basement apt. Great location only 2Vt blocks off Franklin near Phi Mu Sorority. Rent negotiable! CaB 942-5918. WANTED: A CAROLINA 3 bedroom apartment: wel pay big $ for lease; wiB take over anytime. CaB 933-2959 or 933-2494. BBIEFIjY The Associated Press WASHINGTON President Reagan, disputing accusations by the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and others in Congress, declared Thursday that "We are not doing anything to try and overthrow the Nicaraguan government." But Reagan refused to say whether arms or supplies were being provided to Nicaraguan exiles across the border in Honduras. At a brief news conference, the president said the United States is complying with the law, which bans secret aid to Nicaraguan rebels for the purpose of overthrowing the leftist regime. Asked if he wouldn't like to see the Nicaraguan regime overthrown, Reagan said, "What I might personally wish or what our government might wish still would not justify us violating the law of the land." MOSCOW The Soviet Union has "no need" to put nuclear missiles in Cuba in retaliation for U.S. deployment of new medium-range rockets in Europe later this year, a top Soviet general said. It was the clearest signal yet from the Soviets that Cuba does not figure in their threat to retaliate for the planned "Euromissile" deployment. . The comments were made by Maj. ; Gen. Yuri V." Lebedev, a military adviser to Soviet arms-control negotiators. Film on persecution of Baha 'is runs today A film about the hearings in the U.S. House of Representatives on religious persecution of the Baha'is in Iran will be avawaD:-ouu rugnway o oy- : CALL TODAY FOR FULL INFORMATION. PHONE 967-2234 or 967-2231 In North Carolina, can toll-free 1-800-672-1678. Nationwide, call toll-free 1-800-334-1656. Classified ad may be placed at the DTH office or mailed to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Ml, NC 27514. WANTED ONE MALE EXOTIC dancer for birthday surprise. No experience necessary. Personal interview required. Pay negotiable. Call 942-2322 and ask forTeni, Cheryl, or Joanne. TWO FEMALES WITH MODERATE We styles would Uke to rent a room for faS semester. Call 933-5738 anytime. personals . B. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY SWEETIE. Lefs celebrate our first year together and many more to come. Can't wait until the Weekend. Love you bunches. M. USA DOWIS: HAPPY B-DAY to a very special "old" friend! Happy 20th! Love, your "favorite' roomie! '. i ALL-CAMPUS PARTY, SATURDAY. April 16 following Sigma Phi Epsfion 24-hour Softball tournament. Band and Coots beer. Party is at Sig Ep house, 207 West Cameron Ave. ODE TO MELWAK ON her 21st: WeH. lets talk about shtd Nothin' like happy hour in the 'wan' with quadrophonic jam, right? Almost better than the Big-O! What a bargain, I think , I will have some! . . . Ooh, look at me, fro a baby doO; "but officer, Tm not sleeping bi the halt, I'm Just resting my eyes! (I'm so afraid of your ass!) . . . "Come on baby, drive me wfld." but do you think I'm a nasty girl?" I don't know about you. but my ass is going to sleepT ... Hey MeL get your ass out of the bed! How much IPS did you get. Met? I seen't ni (You done dropped your pistol, whatcha gonna do now? , Hey, what in the hell is a Bacchanalian cry? Maybe It has something to do with a tequfla worm or sleeping in the fetal position or the bathroom Boor (perhaps worshipping the porcelain altar!) ... Is she gonna die?" I don't know, but rd move her shit out in the haST ... Maybe by the ice machine?! How bout that Odie tongue: sounds 'Jutcy (WCIG)! Have you ever participated In strip mexico? . . . . (Hurry up Grace, this songs almost over!) Mel, Ms been a blast rooming with ya' mama! Don't even dunk this weekend -we're going to get sooted, looted, kabooted. and k -booted! I have a feeling you wifi get the lifetime party animal award after this weekend! Happy Birthday!! Love, Lorwah. CEW ONLY ONE MORE month and you're out of here and $48.53 poorer!! Love, you-know-who (don't you miss me already??) SENIORS. MASTERS. DOCTORS. 25 graduation invitations andor announcements with 25 name cards $22.50. Cafi Irene at 967-7194 between 10 and 6. Deadline April 15. DIANE YOU ARE NOW a de Jure woman as wefl as a de facto woman. Let's hope you can learn how to say beer fretzets and plashcubes. Much love on this your 21st birthday, Lon. TO THE GUY IN the red VW convertible riding through campus 2:30 Wed. You're cute. Who are you? Resond DTH if interested. Qrl m white pants, red sweater. SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE OF 84i Don't forget Happy Hour at Upper Deck! This Friday from 3.-00 pm 'til 6:00 pm. Come over and join the fun! TO THE ATTRACTIVE BRUNETTE at Union teller machines Wed. at noon from guy wearing "Franklin Streef sandals: I can't forget your warm smile and those beautiful eyes. Can we meet again? Enchanted. Respond DTH per-sonels. BURGER KING HAS SOMETHING foe roa. Try assr Bacoa Doable Chseeebargar Cossbo. lathidss Bacoa Donahs Chswaebaraer. Large Fry. Mediates Coke. $2.64 aot laciadiat tax. Fraaklaa St lacatteet only. , TAL-WEENE HAPPY 21st 48 hours early. Suite 2101 Just - wouldn't be the same without you! We love you weenie "Cous" "De" Tstti" SIGMA PHI EPS ILON COOKS 24-hour softbaB tournament, April 15 Si 16. Proceeds go to the American Cancer Society. AppHcattone far teams are stiH available. CaH Rusty Cumpston at 968-9114. PATSY HAPPY 21st. HOPE this is your best year yet. Carl. Kremlin officials have, warned repeatedly they will put the United States in an "analogous position" if the American missiles are stationed in Western Europe, within a few minutes' striking distance of Soviet territory. WARSAW, Poland The Solidarity underground on Thursday urged Polish workers to demonstrate nationwide on May Day to protest "the taking of our holiday" by the communist regime. The appeal was issued after police interrogated the wife of Solidarity chief Lech Walesa for three hours. Danuta Walesa said police in Gdansk frisked her before questioning her about her husband's contacts with the underground. " The underground communique, distributed to Western reporters, said "We are calling for demonstrations under the slogans: free all political prisoners; end price increases; give the fruits of labor to society; and peace and solidarity." ' LONDON Rumors circulated Thursday in financial markets in Europe and the Far East that President Reagan, was dead, but White House spokesman Robin Gray said it was not true. The reports caused a slight stirring in trading in currency markets in West Germany and Switzerland. shown at 11 a.m. today in the upstairs lounge of the Student Union. The film is sponsored by the UNC Baha'i Club. Hm aXN I ENNOX SHCWlifc CENTER fi It 1 EASTOATE . V EST.. Q SSST6 TOWN " fj UMUFRSITV . . COUNTRY Jb; SHOPPING 11 SI SHOPPING I V& CtNTIB , 11 ft" I jf . . llaNieNNox . .. .... ?!.. &ii i-.-: yy? , Sv LL dir NtvfiisrTV or alBn& 4LT NORTH CAROLINA tt BALEIGM W0- I'l fi 5 b II UNC MEMCXBAL fi HOSmW- a Cable TV available. Rental furniture available from Metrolease. SINGER IN FTT WED. rate: I was about to pull an all-nighter; you were singing about making love. Thanks for reminding me there's more to fife that grades, "good one". CATHOLIC STUDENTS! DONT LET exams take the best out of you. Get away for a weekend of reflection and growth on the Spring Retreat. Call Newman, the Catholic Student Center, at 929-3730 for more taformabon. LYNx AN EKTOZE YEAK1 Heea'o t I tars, sea harsae. 3:13. a T b (yap), VaL Horsy, Passe astd Moacv. I Lava Yoa -Weals' you Kke to ao oat this Friday? Joospa. HEY CONNOR DORM! THANKS for your support in my election. You are the best I'm looking forward to a productive and successful year. Joe. VBETH FLOCCO IS TWENTY years old and free today! Give her a big birthday loss and a pinch to grow on! FLOCCO: Happy Birthday to you From the roomy in J-2. Classics and Psych we're side by side And you thought it would be a sUde. Now you're in DH and I'm m PT I know a wild one next year will be. . LOVE, 'SUSIE. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BETH WILLIAMS! Joan of Arc and Helen send best wishes! Your MOM is proud: ThereTI be earthworms and Sangria tonight Tnanx for al the encouragement and love. This is your day so . . get a grip!! Much Love, Karen. EDDIE G. rM IMPRESSED. You write very weB on a napkin. By the way, how lonely are you? Td bet if you played your napkins right you'd get some "good lovin' ". What about tt? Curiousr. . .George? Sloan. HAPPY BIRTHDAY SHARON! WHERE'S Wak? Do you .stifl SHARE? Seen any PLAID? Catwoman Is dead but schoo&oy is alive and WELL! Left go to the beach or should we GO HOME? Get ready br Happy Hour h will be hefladous! Zeta love and ours, Pam and Karen. JIM PTrTMAN A VERY special person ki my aft, my closest friend and basically a whole lot of fun! Happy "21" Birthday, drink one for me, or two. . .much love, Chickle Baby. CONGRATULATIONS TO PHI ML's new Inmates brio the Society of HeBenas: Paige, Kate, Julie Anne, Julie, Karen, Mary, and especially Donna! Phi Mu loves you afll TO THE KDs AND the ADPI-Mother always does know best. The Angus Barn Is great on Sundays. WeB try to come up with a third. See you at seven. JaVB. JAM7X THANKS SO MUCH for the ride was vary kfad ot yoa. Metises. SPEEDY: SPENDING TIME WITH you the past two years has been great. I look forward to sharing your birthday. Happy Birthday. Sweetheart. Love forever. A-Jay. LAA. THIS PAST YEAR has been great! Thanks for being there when I needed you. You are very special to me. Thinking of you always. R.J.H. . COME LET US WORSHIP together! Monday, 8:00 pm in Memorial HaB. Let a Sing. Pray, and Praise our Lord together. I Cor. 12:27 HAPPY 21 ST ROBYN! Get ready for the party of the century. But please don't "get the power" before DAVE leaves town! Love, JCF HAVE I EVER TOLD you that I teaBy love you? WeB I do. Happy 6 months. Your wonderfuBy strange elevator girl. COM1 SEE UNC MEN'S Soccer Oats defeat N.C. State Soccer Cmb- Saswrdav at 49 for dMetost rheiptoawhlia at CaRwath Jr. Ills! Cosaa chase aal PJB: I PROPOSE A toast to moonlit stroBs, 2:00 a.m. discussions, white purses, my very own candycane, peaches and Myrtle Beach reserved for two. Thanks for being any knight m shining armor. I Love You, Love, Your Prtrmsa. . DAVIS: HAPPY 22NDI YOU'RE too old now to steal any more signs! August 6th is the day and there won't be any post-pone men ts! Look out St Thomas! Love you Debt.

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