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2Tho Daily Tar HeelMonday, October 12, 1931
JKeport stmys industirQ rcfaros exuggerated
The Associated Pre
WASHINGTON A House committee, in a report
contrary to President Ronald Reagan's newly announced
nuclear policy, says claims by the nuclear industry that it
is unduly hampered by federal regulations are "grossly
exaggerated." . v
The House Government Operations Committee,
which approved the report on a bipartisan voice vote,
also said the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's new
emphasis on quick handling of license applications could
have serious implications to nuclear safety.
"The NRC response to the alleged problem of li
censing delay has been misguided," the committee con
cluded. "Its actions and proposals may be detrimental to
safety over the long term, and they risk undermining
public confidence in the commission and the licensing
Although the report was formally adopted by the
committee last week, it is not scheduled for public re
lease until later this week. But a final draft of the report
was reviewed by The Associated Press.
The report was adopted one day before Reagan com
plained of a "morass of regulations" snarling new
power plant construction, unnecessarily costing con
sumers money and turning ; utilities against nuclear
As part of his new nuclear policy, Reagan called for
an accelerated nuclear licensing program.
But the committee said an investigation of individual
project histories by its energy subcommittee, headed by
Rep. Toby Moffett, D-Conn., found a different story.
"The delay likely to be experienced by utilities in ob
taining operating, licenses for physically completed
nuclear power plants , has been substantially
exaggerated," the full committee's report said. "Con
sequently, the purported cost to electric consumers of
this delay also has been overstated by hundreds of mil
lions of dollars."
The committee said any costs that might be attributed
to licensing delays "will certainly not match, let alone
exceed, the cost of a single major accident such as that at
Three Mile Island."
At one point, the committee cited a June statement by
Energy Secretary James Edwards that six to eight com
pleted nuclear plants were ready to operate, lacking only
"That pervasive assumption has been and remains
false," the committee said. The report said the only
completed nuclear plant not licensed was California's
controversial Diablo Canyon reactor, where serious
questions have been raised about the reactor's suscepti
bility to earthquakes.
' The report said that where delays had occurred, closer
investigation had laid the blame to inaccurate construc
tion schedules, poor construction and unresolved safety
"These facts suggest that the nuclear industry has at
tempted to blame the NRC for problems that lie within
the. industry and the energy marketplace," the report
'said. . . . - - -
The committee said the future of the nuclear industry
depends on public acceptance and confidence in its
safety. But it said that NRC and industry conduct "in
the matter of alleged licensing delays have hot been in
the best interests of either the public or the industry."
Derby Week raises 15,000
Through last week's annual Derby
Week activities, the Sigma Chi frater
nity and the Panhcllcnic sororities col
lected about $15,000, $12,000 of which
will be donated to the American Dia
betes Association and other charities,
Chairman David Brill said Sunday.
The remaining money was used to
cover costs of the week. .
Throughout the week, sorority
members held fund-raising events and
competed to raise money for the Dia
betes Association and a charity of
then" choice. The week concluded with
annual , games on Ehringhaus Field
Disp ute cente r re ce ives grant
Orange County's Dispute Settlement
Center has received a $39,385 grant from
the Z. Smith Reynolds arid Mary Rey
nolds Babcock foundations, - based in
The two-year grant, part of the foun
dations efforts to develop new dispute
settlement centers throughout North
Carolina, is the first grant ever awarded
to a community-based mediation center
for a statewide project.
: As a result, the Dispute Center has
hirpd a second full-time staff member.
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Former presidents return home
WASHINGTON (AP) Former President Jimmy Carter and Gerald R. Ford
said in an unprecedented joint interview en route home from the funeral of Anwar
Sadat that many moderate Arab leaders have told them privately that they sup
ported the Camp. David peace process, but could not admit that to their own
"When I would meet with Arab leaders ... the Saudis in particular, they were
hoping that the peace process would succeed," Carter said. "But it's almost im
possible for an Arab to step torwara because of a threat of assassination or
violence within their own fragile government."
Ether because they are weak or their hold on power is fragile, the leaders of
Jordan, Syria and Saudia Arabia "don't have the courage of Sadat" or the
popular support he had in Egypt, Carter said. ;
Ford agreed that moderate Arab leaders supported the peace process.
"Especially when you talk to the leaders privately, they will tell you how hopeful
they are that the peace process continue," Ford said.
Thatcher visits bombing victims
LONDON (AP) Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who took flowers
Sunday to the soldiers and civilians wounded by the Irish Republican Army's
bomb attack on a busload of Irish Guards, condemned the bombing as a "cold,
callous, brutal and subhuman thing."
"I shall never, never give them political status never," Thatcher said of the
outlawed Irish Republican Army, which claimed responsibility for Saturday's
Scotland Yard said the attack, which came exactly one week after the collapse
of the IRA's 7-month-long hunger strike in Northern Ireland's Mase Prison
could signal the start of a new terror campaign in the British capital.
Guerrillas using a command wire attached to a van set off the explosion as a
bus carrying 23 Irish Guards back from duty at the Tower of London passed by,
Union included on commission
WARSAW, POLAND (AP) Bowing to a demand by Solidarity's congress,
the Communist government offered Sunday to include representatives of the in
dependent union on a cornmission to solve the country's food crisis.
But the government announced at the same time that more price hikes would
be necessary by next month. v
The conciliatory gesture came as Polish consumers threatened another round
of strikes to protest food shortages, and amid reports of panic-buying of gasoline
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APPLICATIONS AVA3ALLE NOW FOH
houskig and meal accommodation at GranvSk
Tower for th prfeg temester 1SS2. Pkase
vfa& GranvlSe Towers couth or. telephone
PnOFESSOU MMES LEUTffi Will present slkW
on th backgrounds of Europe and discus the
1932 UNC Study-Travel Program in Europe
tatdzht, at 7.O0 P.M. In 569 Hampton f kX Th5
year's trfp ofSera 6 hours of academic cred3tandwi2i .
visit 'France. Gerjnany, Itdy, rfeSand, Austria,
Poland and Czechoslovakia.
ATTENTION: UNDEEGJlADUATE RESIDENTS
OF FOXCKOFT, PiNEGATE, COLONY. THE
Oaks, Kings Arms, CameSot, Caspian, Town
Terrace. Shepherd Lane: I want to hear from YOU.
As your CGC representative, let me tell them what
you think about: Chapel ThrUL Student Fees,
elections, etc. Write me at P. O. Box 2433. Chapel
H:U. Ulten something bothers you, let me know.
Robert Anthony, District 17.
"U'EIGH.NG TtlE AWACS: A DIPLOMATIC
DILO!MA" wi3 be topic dUcussed Tuesday. 4.-C0
P.M., 100 Hamilton Ha2. Hear arms control and
foreign policy experts on Mideast discus current
international security situation. Sponwwed by
PWAO, Student Government, and Americans fur
THE YOGA PLACE. 452 WEST FRANKLIN Street,
wi3 oSer eight weekly classes October 3 through
December 17. J21.C0. For more talormatioa and
resistrstion ca3 967-96S8."
lozt Ci found
LARGE REWARD OFFERED FOR return of add-a-bead
necklace with 82 gold beads. Lost Saturday
night between Manly Dorm and Franklin Street
Call Susie - 933-4341.. '
FOUND: MEN'S WATCH IN room 203 of Alumni
HalL Call 933-1526 and identify.
LOST COCKER SPANIEL, BLACK and tan male.
Disappeared Monday, Sept 23 near Eetes Dr.
Reward.1 U you have any information please call
967-2223 anytime. '--;;.v'v; :. . ...
LOST: ONE EKOWN. WALLET uptown on St'
night Must get back. Reward far return. Call
967-1119 and ask for Pete. "
LOST: BLUE WALLET IN Hamilton ICQ on Oct 7
am. If found, please ca9 Lyon 933-7353. Need ID
(2) and Athletic Passes. No question asked. .
FOUND A VERY nice, healthy cat in a Kroner
parking lot She is a email, solid gny (tmspayed)
housecat probably around a year old. She is free to
anyone who will take good care of her: Please caH
1-333-5718 and leave message.
.REWARD OFFERED FOR THE reWn of fokj
bracelet with 16 sold beads. Pleas call 933-1423 if
FOUND: FULL-GROWN DOZERMAN. FEMALE
WITH copper markings. Call and ideoC. Watt
929-5640 or 967-9101. -
NEEDED: PERSON WHO DRIVES to care for our
: 5 year okl Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12 pm 'til 3
OVERSEAS JOBS Summeryear round.
Europe, S, Amer., Australia, Asia. AH Adds.
S5C04 1239 monthly. Sishtseeing. Free info. Write
LJC Box 52-NC-l Corona Del Mar, CA 92625.
WANTED PART-TIME DISHWASHER. Saturdays
3:C0-7:C0 . pm. and available to substitute
occasional week day a&emooos. CaS between 8 &
. 10 am for an appointment 929-7136 A Southern
QUIT CRYING AND EARN EXTRA MONEY over
50 ways, I1C0-I1C week from own home. Send
for free brochure. Triangle Gr Association Inc.
Box 3394, Chapel ;.HX; $1.00 Postage and
FOR SALE: IBM EXECUTIVE OFFICE
'TYPEWRTTER. $100.00. Call Karen, 933-5016
evenings. - '
GRANVILLE WEST CONTRACT AVAILABLE
SPRING SEMESTER. Air conditioning, meals,
pod, carpet Good location for downtown. Call
REBUILT VW ENGINE. CALL COLLECT
1-433-4624. " One week's service-ninety . day
JAPANESEGERMAN AUTOS Repairs by
Precision. Maintenance, 200 West Main Street
Carrboro, 929-1976. "Caring about people and the
cars they drive."
DO YOU HAVE 6 TO 10 HOURS a week to make
extra income? Ambition needed Training pro
vided. CaB for no obligation appointment 933-9307.
NEED THREE GUEST PASSES to the CaroBna
Clemson game. Call 967-1884 even if you only have
WANTED! TWO GUEST PASSES to South
CaroBna game. WiO pay your price! Call Brian
at 942-5177. or leave a message.
NEED TWO GUEST TICKETS for U.N.C-South
Carolina game. Call 933-2667 and ask for Bonner.
WANTED: TWO GUEST PASSES ANDOR TWO
Non-student tickets for UNCClemson game. Will
pay your price. Please call 968-0290 or 933-4397.
NEED ONE GUEST PASS TO UNC-South Caro
lina same. Call. 968-1183. Ask for Terl.
RIDE NEEDED-! NEED A RIDE to Southeast
Charlotte or Monroe. N.C area Oct 16 after 12. If
you can help me call Cynthia 942-5331.
DRIVING TO WILLIAMSBURG, VA. THURS.
OCT 15 at 4.00 p.m. Could stop in Richmond
Petersburg area. Ned riders to srtare expenses. CaS
Doug at 933-1665.
WASHINGTON D.C RIDE WANTED FALL
BREAK prefer leave Friday return Mon. but Cex&le
or 1 way only. WS1 share gas, driving. CaB Mark
929-1982 eves or mornings.
I NEED A RIDE TO BLOOMINGTON Indiana or
anywhere within 2 hours of it Will split costs and
driving. CaB Cathy 968-1062. MUST GET THERE!
MALE CHRISTIAN ROOMMATE WANTED.
Share 2 bedroom Kingswood Apt SllOmonth
pkw V utilities. L bus route. CaB Dave or James at
967-7517 after 6.
FEMALE GRAD. STUDENT WANTS SAME TO
share two bedroom apt $165 plus utilities.
Available Immediately Kingswood Apt Highway 54
bypass. CaB evenings 968-0032.
TED (TKH?D SOUTH) Is there a problem with your
hair? Looks gross! The wet-head is dead. Isn't it
time for a (oil) change? '
MCA! Late Happy Birthday! 111 take you out and
buy you some coldbeer soon! Love, EDa. Say
heBo to John.
WHERE WERE YOU ON OCT. 12 1793? Professor
PoweB will give a slide presentation on the History of
UNC-CH. Everyone welcome Wed. Oct 14, 8:00,
JULIE K. - HAPPY BIRTHDAY AND many happy
returns from afl your fans and admirers! SM ,
CAROLINA COMPUTER DATING "WE
KNOW SOMEONE who wants to know you
Write for information. 108 West Franklin Street
Chapel HiH. NC 27514.
MUFFY OF 414 THANKS FOR BREAKFAST Tm
glad we've become closer. Left never fight again. I
love you. B&.
for rent .
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January 1, 19S2. Swimming pool, tennis courts,
laundry facilities, on bus fine. CaB 942-4591. Keep
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JOEL I ley babel 1 know a lot has
changed for slace- tUa tlate last year,
bet (God know wrfey!) Tm atl crazy
abosit yoto mm ever. Happy two year (V
snoet?) and raacber, yonr not-tempered
IftaBaa fovea yoa ao eaac&n Dana
OH, WHERE IS OUR wandering book toroght? The
Complete Prep, for the New MCAT, Vols. 1 & 2,
Come home) AS is forgiven. It wiB take mucho time
& money to replace you. Please return to the library
in Nash Hall. .
CHIP K. YOU SOX what happened? Did my
designer Jeans get to you? TLC.
AN KERRN DR. C. WOLF, unseren verehrten
Fuhrer, der weder Furcht noch Arbeit kennt, und
der seine Mitarbeiter Jagt und plagt. The Alcove
13 OVT3 AND U mmm a bag eo
caeat $143. A aOoa tbaaka to all
who bAtipm&t a?ad&I tie ororiee of
Pa&hel mad ey t2am CU-Ci. CriHo.
MR. ICS MUSIC SHOW features a five disc jockey
playing rock, disco, beach, and new wave and your
requests for any party. CaB 942-5293 t ICOfour
TWO RIDES NEEDED TO New Orleans or as close
as possible for FaB Break. Help wgas and driving.
CaB Lisa 933-5255 or Kevin 9334294.
II?py CIrthday KCA! I bona yoa bad a
cbaaca to relax, alay soma Fas&y
C&Sckea asaelc, aat aoaia roSa ... cb
blacslta, and driak aossa cood AaMrkaa
Coklbaar. I can't Clak of a day
coaiplata. Lova, Lively Hood.
T.M. EESTHOt, I still can't believe I met you!
Thanks for aB the sreat times! Damn, Maton, Don't
you ever die! Love Karen. P.S. Happy Birthday!
DORA! I bet you never expected a birthday personal
from UNC Happy belated "29th" plus ? If you k--p ,
this up, well soon be the same age! Love, your el