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2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, February 17,
Sources of state highway funds contemplated
By MELISSA MOORE
No new highways for North Carolina. That could be a reality if
the N.C. Division of Highways does not receive $70 million next
Money from a 1977 bond issue will provide enough funds for
this year, said W.F. Caddell Jr., chief of planning for the Divi
sion of Highways. But North Carolina will need an average of
$60 million per year to match the federal funds that the N.C.
Division of Highways expects to receive.
"That's assuming the recommended budget remains the same
and assuming federal funds keep coming in at basically the same
dollar figure," Caddell said.
Thad Beyle, UNC political science professor, said he sees four
choices for funding the highway system. One is an increase in the
gasoline tax. Although the 1981 gasoline-tax increase of 3 cents
per gallon was a help, more money will be needed. But Beyle said
he does not think another increase will occur.
Brent Hackney, press secretary for Gov. Jim Hunt, said in a
recent telephone interview that Hunt is opposed to an increased
Another choice is a 1 cent increase in the state sales tax. Rep.
J.P. H us kins, D-Iredell, recently introduced to the General
Assembly such a bill, proposing that 10 percent go to highways.
Best Picture awards ;
Studios envision profits, eye Oscar nominations
' The Associated Press
HOLLYWOOD The Motion Picture Academy will an
nounce its Oscar nominations today, and millions of dollars
may hang in the balance.
Industry sources estimate the best picture award can mean an
extra $5 million to $10 million at the box office.
Chariots of Fire, last year's winner, did even better.
"On the night of the Oscars, Chariots of Fire had collected
$12 million in rentals," said Ashley Boone, marketing
distribution chief of the Ladd Co. "We were projecting rentals
of $18 million.
"Chariots now has brought in rentals of $30 million. We
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Beyle said an increased sales tax would solve a lot of problems
because the money generated could go for various state needs
"until people sayHey, it is bad because it's coming out of our
pocket.' " Beyle said, "The sales tax bothers some people
because it looks like a raid on the General Fund."
Hackney said Hunt is generally opposed to an increased sales
Beyle said another gas tax increase would hurt Hunt's chances
for a U.S. Senate seat. "Anything Hunt does is going to be used
against him by Helms," he said.
"The best choice is for the economy to pick up," Beyle said.
But an improved economy would still not solve all the highway
problems, he said. Use of fuel-efficient cars has caused a decline
in gasoline consumption resulting in a decline in state revenues.
Hackney said, "We (Hunt's office) look for an upturn (in the
economy) to start evidencing itself midyear." Hunt said the
economy would strengthen because of decreasing inflation and
interest rates nationally and decreasing N.C. unemployment.
Beyle said the most likely choice for funding the highways is
probably an increase in the alcohol tax.
Hackney said Hunt has largely left highway funding up to the
legislature although he has reminded them of the possibility of an
increased alcohol tax.
Beyle said, "The legislature is going to have to do something.
The demands are on them. They know it."
needed the impetus of the Oscar to give the film acceptance in
places like Lubbock and Amarillo, Texas."
The release of Chariots of Fire was geared to the Oscar,
opening in a few markets dunrig"thefaITof T9"81. By the time of
the awards it went into wide release.
The same pattern has been followed with Gandhi, another
British-made film. Columbia Pictures opened Gandhj in New
York, Toronto and Los Angeles last December, hoping for
good reviews and word-of-mouth.
The release has gradually widened to 357 theaters, and 188
screens will be added the dav after the Academy nominations
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. Gorman Gilbert, associate professor of city and regional plan
ning at UNC, said, "I think it's very unlikely they're going to
forego the use of federal funds."
James A. Wilde, associate professor of economics at UNC,
said he thought the legislature would question very little whether
to match federal money.
The traditional way of funding highways is a gasoline tax, he
said. "I think there will be considerable hesitation to go to other
choices. But an alcohol tax might be a convenient political target
right now (because of current emphasis of drunken driving)."
Historically, there has been a great reluctance to use something
other than the gas tax for highways, said Jonathan Howes, direc
tor of the center for urban and regional studies. He said he
thought the legislature would raise the gasoline tax in hopes that
gasoline consumption will increase. He said he saw signs that
gasoline prices are decreasing. "People will tend to drive more as
they see prices are lower."
M.C. Adams, manager of maintenance and equipment, said
the N.C. Division of Highways has cut back on positions. Since
July 1, 1977, 757 positions have been eliminated in the
maintenance and equipment branch, he said. The unit has a total
of 5,745 positions.
The maintenance and equipment branch has increased its use
of outside rental equipment and now does a limited amount of
Because so much can depend on the awards, studios are will
ing to spend a lot to sway the Academy's 3,953 voters. The
studios won't say just how much, but the total has been esti
mated between $1 million and $2 million. I
Publicist Booker McClay, who directs the Academy cam
paign for Universal Pictures, said, "The (ad) campaign isreat
public relations with producers, directors and actors. Thgy see
the studio drawing attention for their achievements td their
peers, and they feel good about it.
"The whole goal of our campaign is to get Academy voters to
see our pictures. If they don't see the pictures, they can't'Vote
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The Associated Press
WASHINGTON House Republican
leaders, echoing Democratic proposals, said
Wednesday they will try to pass a recession
relief bill later this year that goes beyond
President Reagan's $4.3 billion package.
House GOP Leader Bob Michel of Illi
nois and Rep. John Brlenborn, R-II1., head
of a party task force on jobs, said they will
propose minor changes in the president's
progran now, but within the $4.3 billion ceil
ing. They said the president would listen to
other proposals such as health insurance for
the jobless, but did not say what he would
The House Democratic leadership has
been talking compromise but stands ready
to add as much as $1 billion to Reagan's
current plan for summer youth jobs, infant
feeding programs and . weatherizing low
WASHINGTON Production- at the
nation's factories and mines grew a hefty 0.9
percent in January, and housing starts
skyrocketed a record 35.9 percent, the
government said Wednesday. The twin re
ports were hailed by economists as strong
signals the long recession is over.
At the same time, Federal Reserve Board
chairman Paul Volcker promised Congress
to try to boost the nation's money flow
enough to encourage recovery without re
Treasury Secretary Donald Regan
described the January gain in industrial pro
duction as "another important signal that
recovery is in progress." '
The increase in industrial production, on
ly the second since July, was fueled in large
part by a boost in the output of cars and
defense and space equipment, the Fed
reported. December's output was revised
upward to a small 0.1 percent increase.
JERUSALEM Prime Minister Mena
chem Begin's coalition easily defeated three
parliamentary no-confidence motions
Wednesday aimed at toppling the govern
ment over the Beirut massacre inquiry.
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tions simultaneously by a Parliament in full
attendance, followed party lines. It was the
12th time Begin has crushed no-confidence
motions since his re-election in June 1981.
Reports circulated, meanwhile, that
serious efforts were under way to draw
Begin's Likud bloc and the opposition
Labor Party together into a "national unity
government" aimed at healing Israel's split
over the inquiry report and the ouster of
Ariel Sharon as defense rninister.
Both Labor and Likud appeared divided
over whether to go ahead with the union.
Sharon resigned as defense rninister Sun
day after the inquiry commission criticized
his decision last September to let Lebanese
Christian militiamen into two west Beirut
refugee camps where hundreds of civilians
were slaughtered. But Sharon remained in
the Cabinet as a minister without portfolio.
WASHINGTON Secretary of State
George P. Shultz said Wednesday he has
been personally assured by Syria that its
troops will withdraw from Lebanon when
Israeli troops leave. He said he saw a
"reasonable possibility" that Jordan's King
Hussein would become involved in Middle
East peace talks.
Appearing before the House Foreign Af
fairs Committee, Shultz also disclosed that
Soviet troops are in Syria to operate Soviet
SAM-5 long-range anti-aircraft missiles
which Moscow has recently supplied.
Shultz also said President Reagan won't
retreat from his "zero option" proposal for
eliminating all medium-range nuclear mis
siles from Europe, although he's willing to.
discuss Soviet counterproposals.
SALT LAKE CITY Just a day after be
was moved to a regular room, artificial heart
recipient Barney Clark developed more long
and kidney problems and was put back in
intensive care so he could use a respirator,
officials said Wednesday.
Although Clark's condition was still listed
as fair, hospital officials said this latest in a
series of medical setbacks since the Dec. 2
implant would delay his recovery and even
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