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2The Daily Tar Heel Thursday. April 11,
Towm Couninidl reJMe to give Jam mome permit
By BETH OWNLEY
The Chapel Hill Town Council
unanimously denied a noise permit for
the South Campus Jam at the council
meeting Tuesday. The concert, spon
sored by the South and midcampus
residence halls, was scheduled for April
14 a Sunday on Ehringhaus Field.
Chapel Hill town manager David R.
Taylor recommended that the council
deny the request for a permit, which
was made by Ehringhaus Gov. Phil
Bridges at last week's council meeting.
A spokeswoman for Taylor said
Wednesday that the town's noise
ordinance, which regulates amplified
music and other loud noise, provides
the most restrictions on Sundays and
weekdays. A noise permit allows these
noises up to a certain decibel level.
The concert, originally scheduled for
March 23, was postponed because of
rain and high winds. Four bands
planned to perform.
Council member Jonathan Howes
said he hated to deny the
permit. "I think this is an appropriate
University event," he said.
Howes apologized to the students
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involved in planning the concert, but
he said he did not recommend changing
Mayor Pro Tern Beverly Kawalec
suggested moving the concert indoors
because no ordinance prohibited inside
noise. The UNC marching band is
allowed to practice on campus any day
of the week without a permit because
"it's amplified music that we regulate,"
"We're still trying to get it reset,"
Bridges said Wednesday. "We might
have to have it in Great Hall." The
residence halls are talking to CMC
Productions of Raleigh, which is
promoting the concert, about reschedul
ing the concert. Bridges said. He added
that the residence halls stood to lose
at least $2,500 if the concert could not
In other council business, Mayor
Joseph Nassif insisted that the devel
oper for the 378-unit Timber Hollow
Elections Board requests mew guidelines
By ANDY TRINCIA
Assistant State and National Editor
The Wake County Elections Board
on Tuesday decided not to take action
against a voting registar accused of
illegal registration tactics Feb. 23 but
instead unanimously voted to request
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Mountain roads not be allowed to
remove trees standing more than 15 feet
from proposed buildings. The plans,
called for clearing and flattening spaces
larger than the building foundations.
The council voted to deny the
application for the 91-unit Windy Hill
development after several council
members complained of poor land
usage in the development plan. The
development was planned for Erwin
The council approved the 171-unit
Cambridge Place housing development,
which is proposed for behind the
Timberlyne Shopping Center off
Weaver Dairy Road.
Nassif administered the oath of office
to UNC professor David R. Godschalk,
who was appointed at last week's
meeting to replace council member
Winston Broadfoot, who died in
new guidelines from both political
parties regarding the office of registrar
and voting registration.
"It appeared to be an abuse of the
office of registrar, but the board decided
not to act against the registar involved,"
said William Joslin, chairman of the
Wake County Elections Board. "We've
asked the political parties to come up
with new guidelines for registrars during
voter registration drives." .
The hearing Tuesday was the result
of a two-page report filed Feb. 27 by
Charlie Poole, Wake County Demo
cratic Party chairman. Poole filed his
complaint with the Wake Elections
Board after observing voter registration
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In remarks to the council, Godschalk,
a professor in the department of city
and regional planning, said he would
continue Broadfoot 's role in raising
questions about growth issues in Chapel
Hill. Referring to the completion of
Interstate 40 and the growth of the
Research Triangle Park, Godschalk
said, "We need to take time to look
Adding that he is looking forward
to serving on the council, Godschalk
said he saw many opportunities
including aquiring public open space
structures, expanding the library system
and improving the town land-use plan.
A resolution calling for a public
hearing on April 22 to discuss reducing
the size of the council from eight seats
to six was postponed because some
council members were absent from the
meeting. "I think we should all be here
to vote on this," Nassif said.
procedures at Cary's South Hills Mall
Feb. 23. Poole said he saw a Republican
Party sign on the registration table and
added that the unnamed registrar was
soliciting people registering to vote.
When contacted Wednesday, Poole
said he hadn't been officially informed
of the board's decision and declined to
comment on the matter.
joslin said the Elections Board would
discuss the proposals of the parties in
about one week. At that time, he said,
"The board will either adopt or refuse
the guidelines. We want guidelines
governing the registrars and voter
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sees few Soviet policy changes
From United Press International reports
MOSCOW House Speaker
Thomas "Tip" O'Neill spent nearly
four hours discussing world affairs
with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorba
chev Wednesday and said he
detected no major change in Soviet
policy toward the United States.
O'Neill presented Gorbachev a
letter from President Reagan reaf
firming his interest in a superpower
summit. Gorbachev read the letter
immediately and expressed hopes for
a reply to matters he had raised in
his own letter to Reagan, O'Neill
A taxing predicament
WASHINGTON If you are one
of million of Americans anxiously
awaiting an IRS refund, the govern
ment says you may have to wait
longer but youH get paid for it.
The IRS announced Tuesday that
it expects to pay at least $200 million
in interest this year to taxpayers
whose refunds are delayed beyond
Japan optimistic about trade
TOKYO Despite mixed reac
tion, Japanese officials said Wednes
day their new trade package put
Japan "on the right road" to reducing
its $37 billion trade surplus with the
Officials said they would move to
implement the proposals aimed at.
resolving a U.S.-Japanese trade
dispute described in an unusual
televised appeal by Prime Minister
attended three of the meetings, Cobb
responded, "I'll assume that's correct."
Parks said he also objected to Cobb
criticizing the UNITAS project as the
president of RHA, when Cobb had
formulated an opinion only on the basis
of the three meetings he attended last
In addition, Cobb made no attempt
o voice his concerns about UNITAS
o Student Body President Patricia
Wallace or to the UNITAS committee
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Mexican police nab overlord
MEXICO CITY Police cap
tured Ernesto Fonseca, reputed
overlord of Mexico's narcotics
traffickers, striking their second
major blow in a week to the nation's
prosperous drug trade.
Some 150 police seized Fonseca
and 23 others including policemen
and agents of the Interior Ministry's
secret investigative branch during
a raid in the Pacific resort of Puerta
Vallarta, a spokesman for the Attor
ney General's Office said Tuesday.
Karami pledges boycott
BEIRUT, Lebanon Prime
Minister Rishid Karami, frustrated
by relentless Christian-Moslem
battles in Sidon, said Wednesday he
would boycott Cabinet meetings
until actions were taken to stop the
fighting in the southern port.
Karami, who joined two other
ministers in boycotting the Cabinet,
said his move did not mean he had
presented his resignation to Leban
on's year-old national unity Cabinet.
"I don't think we have reached such
a decision, he said.
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before he wrote the letter to the DTH,
But Cobb said he shouldn't have had
to ask permission to voice his concerns.
"I didn't see the need to ask permission
to do what I'm given the right to do
by the student constitution," he said.
"If any organization knows about
students and student needs on the
importance of race relations, it is this
Parks added that after Cobb's letter
appeared, he called and personally
notified Cobb of the UNITAS Com
mittee meeting held on April 3. which
Cobb did not attend.
"I don't feel that the members of the
UNITAS Committee are the people I
need to convince of my stand," Cobb
said. "I would like to meet with Mitchell
since he's the president of the UNITAS
Committee, and with Patricia (Wallace)
since she's the student body president,"
and added "I'm happy to invite Mitchell .
to RHA Governing Board meetings." u
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