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2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, January
Estes Dr. extension plan may be abandoned
By JIM HOFFMAN
Disagreement between the towns of Chapel Hill and
Carrboro over the proposed thoroughfare plan may
come to an end tonight at a special Carrboro Board of
Aldermen meeting, said Edison Johnsqn, and engineer
for the state Department of Transportation.
The board will hear public discussion on the matter
and possibly could vote to accept a plan that has already
been approved by the Chapel Hill Town Council,
Johnson said. He said he thought the board would be
prepared to drop a part of Carrboro' s plan that has been
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON President Reagan
is planning an active campaign outside
the Rose Garden this spring, although he
faces no opposition for his party's
presidential nomination, and he said
Monday he favors a debate with his
Reagan, who will battle for many of
the same labor votes that helped him win
the 1980 election, argued that his tax cut
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the central point of disagreement between the two
The board wants to include in the plan an extension of
Estes Drive to the east side of Chapel Hill. The extension
is excluded from Chapel Hill's version of the plan.
The plan which would increase mobility on U.S.
15-501 Bypass and decrease traffic in downtown Chapel
Hill, has been under consideration since 1978. Johnson
said the aldermen may accept Chapel Hill's version of
the plan just to end the long dispute. "I don't think it's
going to be adequate," he said. "But I don't think we're
ever going to get Chapel Hill to change their minds."
Carrboro Mayor Jim Parto agreed and said he believ-
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program benefited a wider range of
Americans than did an extensive tax
reduction offered by President John F.
Kennedy 22 years ago.
"Our tax program was fair," said
Reagan. "It was fair across the board."
With Sunday's formal announcement
of his candidacy behind him. Reagan
began a busy schedule that will have him
making several trips out of Washington
each month as well as speeches, in the
upstairs union lounge
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at 7:30. Elections. T-Shirts, Parties are subjects.
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unopposed GOP campaign
On Monday, the audience was the na
tional religious broadcasters' convention.
Today, he will fly to Chicago for a
10-minute speech to a convention of the
sand and gravel industry.
He strode to the Oval Office at 8:58
a.m. EST, nine hours after declaring he
would seek a second term. The White
House staff took the highly unusual step
of inviting reporters and photographers
to the Rose Garden to witness his return
to work as a candidate.
Reagan ducked an opportunity to
answer a question about whether he
would win the election, saying: "You
know me. I never say anything like that.
Asked whether he would debate his
Democratic opponent, when nominated,
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would revise its plan.
Although he may give his support to the plan at the
meeting tonight, Porto said he still thought it was insuf
ficient and would want it reviewed annually.
"Chapel Hill is going to have to realize that we need
some sort of access to that area (proposed 1-40 and the
15-501 bypass), whether it be Estes Drive or through
some other facility," he said.
Johnson said he also thought the board would ap
prove the plan so that it could be sent to the DOT for ap
proval in February. If the two towns do not reach an
agreement, it is unlikely that the DOT board will con
sider the plan, he said.
Reagan replied: "In principle, I support
debates. I favor that idea." But he said it
was too early to make specific plans.
Edward J. Rollins, director of the
Reagan campaign organization, did not
share the president's reluctance to predict
victory in November.
"Today if the election were held, it
would be far more of a rout than it was in
1980," Rollins said. Reagan won 51 per
cent of the popular vote but had 489 elec
toral votes to Jimmy Carter's 49 in that
Rollins said Reagan's longtime political
advisers "could not find four states in the
country in which we are trailing." He said
an election now would show Reagan win
ning 45 or 46 states with 55 or 57 percent
of the vote.
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The Associated Press "
WASHINGTON U.S. negotiator
Edward Rowny said Monday the
United States would consider any
serious Soviet proposals, including
curbs on new U.S. nuclear missiles in
Europe, in an effort to work out a
strategic arms control agreement.
After a half-hour meeting with
President Reagan, Rowny said he had
several U.S. approaches or "trade
offs" to present if the Soviets agreed
to resume discussions in Geneva,
"It's in their interest to come
back," Rowny said. "We are now in a
position, when we return to the table,
to make a breakthrough."
Negotiations to curb medium-range
missiles in Europe and separate talks
on controlling intercontinental nuclear
weapons are stalemated. The Soviets
disrupted both discussions to protest
installation of U.S. Pershing 2 missiles
in West Germany and cruise missiles in
WASHINGTON House Speaker
Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. said Monday
that President Reagan is trying to
"pass the buck" on record red ink by
pressing for bipartisan talks on trim
ming $100 billion from federal budget
O'Neill's remarks were another in
dication of how little progress has
been made since last Wednesday when
Reagan issued his election-year invita
tion for a bipartisan congressional
delegation to discuss deficit reduction
measures with White House officials.
So far, distrust by Democrats who
fear a political trap, and confusion
over what items the president is willing
to negotiate on, has resulted in
rhetoric rather than substance. No
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meetings are expected until after the
president sends his fiscal 1985 budget
to Congress on Wednesday.
. White House spokesman Larry
Speakes said Monday that the administration-
was "prepared to sit down
and negotiate" and he insisted the
president's offer was "no ploy."
WINSTON-SALEM An FBI ex
pert testified Monday that Ku Klux
Klansman Mark Sherer fired the first
shot in a 39-shot gun battle at a 1979
Greensboro rally that left five com
munist protesters dead.
Last week, Sherer asked to change
his plea of guilty and void a plea bar
gain with the government in which he
was to testify against nine other Klans
men and Nazis.
In painstaking detail, Bruce Koenig
described for a federal jury his
theories on where the shots originated,
and said his theories had changed
since he testified for the defense in the
1980 state murder trial for six
Klansmen and Nazis.
The Klansmen and Nazis are cur
rently on trial in federal court for civil
rights violations arising from the No.
3, 1979, confrontation.
Orange County had the state's
lowest December unemployment rate
at 2.8 percent, the State Employment
Security Commission reported Mon
day. The Orange County rate was
down from 3.5 percent in November.
"The individual county percentages
reflect the significant drop of half of
one percentage point to 7.3 percent,
down from 7.8 percent in November
1983," said ESC chairman Glenn Jer
nigan. "Nonmanufacturing contri
buted most to the decrease with em
ployment up by 6,300 jobs in the trade
The state's 10 metropolitan statis
tical areas reported lower jobless rates
in December than in November.
Raleigh-Durham led the metropolitan
areas with 3.8 percent unemployment,
down from 4.4 percent.
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