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by Art Eisenstadt
Associate News Editor
The Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen
awarded UNC a franchise Monday
night to operate the town's energy
utilities ' for the next 60 years after
defeating an amendment to limit the
franchise to 25 years.
Duke Power Co. is eventually
expected to take control of thel
franchise, which is transferable, after
the proposed sale of the University
owned utility is completed.
The franchise agreement was initially
approved by the board at its Nov. 4
meeting, but state regulations required
that it be approved at a second reading,
without amendment before becoming
Alderman Alice Welsh introduced the
amendment to limit the franchise to 25
years rather than 60, but the board
defeated it, 4-2.
"I'm concerned with the long term of
this," Welsh said. "In 60 years, it's
possible that our energy process will be
Bars have no
by Dwight Ferguson
Despite the "recent confrontation between
the Carolina Gay Association (CGA) and
He's Not Here over a homosexual dancing
incident in the bar, most local bar managers
contacted by the Daily Tar Heel said they
have no policies concerning such dancing.
Also, most said they have no opinion on
the Sept. 28 action of a He's Not Here
bartender, requesting CGA member Tom
Carr and an unidentified male companion
not to dance at the bar.
When the two protested the bartender's
actions, he threatened to unplug the
jukebox, Carr said.
He's Not Here manager Tim Ferguson has
said , "Whenever some activity makes other
customers in here uncomfortable, whether
it's overt homosexuality, overt
hetrosexuality or pulling a knife, they're
going to be asked to leavc.We don't let
anybody just come in and take over the
Few other local bars have any policy
concerning homosexual dancing. The
manager of The Hideaway who refused to
give his name, said he does not know what he
would do in such a situation because The
Hideaway has no special policy on such
matters. He added, "1 don't expect that sort
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Alderman Gerry Cohen, who also
voted for the amendment, said the town
might find within 20 or 30 years solar
power or some other form of energy to
be more efficient than Duke's current
"A relationship as serious as this one
should be reviewed as often as possible,"
' But town attorney Emery Denny said
that if the local energy situation changed
drastically within the next 60 years, the
state Utilities Commission regulations
would probably also be changed, and
the franchise would have to be
"If there were any problem from a
utilities standpoint or from a town
standpoint, I'm sure both the town and
Duke would want to talk about it,"
Denny said after the board meeting
After the amendment was defeated,
the entire franchise proposal was
In other business, the aldermen took
action on two proposals dealing with the
policy on gay dancing
of thing here."
John Carmody, manager of Clarence's
Bar and Grill said he would prefer not to
comment, while the manager of Harrison's
said he has no policy, no opinion and no
McCauley's manager Tom Kennedy said
he has had no problem with gay dancing at
his tavern. "We've had plenty of gay people
in here, but we don't have much dancing."
In contrast to other bar managers,
however, Town Hall manager, Mike Strong
said, "I don't care who dances with whom."
Customers have been asked to leave Town
Hall only if they were directly annoying
someone else or were "too drunk to be in
'DTH' an Ail
The Daily Tar Heel has received an
Ail-American rating for last semester
from the Associated Collegiate Press
(ACP), placing it among the top 12 per
cent of the nation's college newspapers.
Out of the 30 daily college papers
judged by the ACP, the DTH finished
second to the Michigan State News.
. To receive an All-American rating
from the ACP, a paper must be judged
walk the earth.
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A recommendation by the town
Appearance Commission to erect bus
stop shelters and benches on both sides
of North Columbia Street, just north of
Franklin Street was approved.
The plan, which will cost
approximately 52,500, will also involve
paving the curbs at the bus stops with
brick. Both projects will be completed at
the discretion of Town Manager Kurt
The board also accepted a complaint
from a Lake Forest resident, Charles E.
Smith, that buses had been traveling too
fast on Rolling Road. He also said the
ibuses on the road are too large to safely
I negotiate the curves.
Smith said that after a previous
complaint, the board had agreed to use
only small buses on Roiling Road and to
force them to observe the 25 miles per
hour speed limit.
But he said the police department and
clocked some buses going as fast as 29
Jenne said the large buses were used
on the road because of increased
public," he said.
Strong said his main concern is to see that
the Alcoholic Beverage Control laws are
abided by, adding, "Far be it from me to
regulate anyone's sexual conduct."
Following the incident at He's Not Here,
the CGA distributed leaflets charging the bar
with discrimination and urging a boycott of
The leaflet states in part, "We are humans
with HUMAN RIGHTS. ..Sure the
management welcomes us. into He's Not
Here to buy his beer AS LONG AS WE DO
ACT STRAIGHT.. .We refuse. We won't
conform to -the management's idea of the
as outstanding in four of the following
five categories: coverage and content,
writing and editing, editorial leadership,
physical appearance and photography.
The DTH was judged as outstanding
in every category. Out of a possible
3,950 points in the ACP evaluation, the
Tar Heel received a total of .3,750.
The ACP,- an association - of- more
than 7,000 college papers, has evaluated
its members annually since it was
founded in 1921.
The DTH has received an All
American rating for 14 of the last 15
Last semester's rating applies to issues
of the paper by co-editors Jim Cooper
and Greg Turosak and by current editor
Cole C. Campbell.
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A free diabetes screening and awareness
clinic will be held from 5 to 9 p.m.
Wednesday through Friday at University
Dieticians from North Carolina Memorial
Hospital will attend the clinic Thursday to
discuss the diet of a diabetic.
The clinic is sponsored by the Student
American Pharmaceutical Association in
conjunction with the Orange County Health
Diabetes ranks as the fifth largest killer in
the United States. The disease can strike
anyone, although it strikes hardest at
children. According to a recent survey, more
than 100,000 Americans have the disease but
are unaware of it.
Uncontrolled, diabetes can lead to
blindness, heart and kidney disease or death.
Organizations such as the American
Diabetes Association are attempting to
reduce the death and disability caused by the
disease through research and education.
All residents of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro
area are urged to visit the clinic and have a
free diabetes checkup.
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