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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, August 21, 1986, Page 9, Image 9

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The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, August 21, 19869A fadeett arrestee for beer By ELISA TURNER Staff Writer An underage university freshman was arrested Sunday evening, Aug. 18, at Top of the Hill convenience store on Franklin Street after trying to purchase alcoholic beverages. Darryl Lane Clark, 18, of 1005 Morrison Dorm, has been charged with attempting to purchase malt beverages and use of a fictitious identification card. Police records show that Clark entered the store around 4:40 and brought a Coors six-pack and a 12 pack to the register. Store employees became suspicious and notified Chapel Hill police, the records say. Clark's identification card had several alterations, including the birthday, expiration date and license number, according to the records. A hearing is set for Sept. 18 in the Chapel Hill district Court. Policeman D. Hilliard was the arresting officer. Clark has been released. Police were also summoned to Top of the Hill on Saturday when the store's employees suspected another customer of using a fictitious identification card. When the police were called, the suspect ran out the exit, leaving his identification card at the store. No one has been charged. Two Durham men were arrested Sunday at Mini Mart on Airport Road, Chapel Hill, after reportedly attempting to rob the store. John Franklin Ward and Chris topher Todd Vickers have been charged with robbery with a danger ous weapon and kidnapping. Police said that the two men held Gray Moody, the store manager, hostage for some time during the holdup but would not release further information. Moody was released unharmed. Ward is being held at Chapel Hill police station under a $50,000 secured bond until his trial date, Aug. 21. Details on Vickers were not available at press time. A Corvette was also seized in connection with the robbery, but the owner has not yet been identified, police said. Manager Mike Slomigryj of Sub way Sandwiche Shoppe in Eastgate Shopping Center., reported. $635 stolen from a store safe on Tuesday night. The money was noticed missing Wednesday morning when Slomi gryj reported for work, police said. No one has been arrested, and officials said there are no suspects yet. f ' jr 1 ft 1 s A - , ? I i I "s - : II f i I I I' I : . ; t 1 ' I ss I Well Water Morrison, Hinton James, Ehringh aus and Craige last year's biggest water consumers. In one year, Morrison pumped 15 million gallons of water through its pipes, while Hinton James slurped 13 million gallons. The next highest consumers were Parker, Cobb, Joyner and Kenan dorms. Stacy Dorm, with 682,000 gallons, was the smallest consumer. "If we could somehow chart this daily usage, students could see how well they are conserving water," Kuncl said. "There are a lot of ideas we could use to encourage student cooperation." As of August 19, University Lake, one of three reservoirs serving the Chapel Hill area, was down 43 inches, up from 5 1 inches a week ago. Cane Creek, a temporary water from page 1A reservoir 12 miles west of Chanel Hill, has lost 207 inches, according to an OWASA official. Another reservoir, Stone Quarry, has lost 295 inches. But OWASA officials said recent rains have improved the situation. "We've had over two to two-and-one-half inches of rain and there has been some improvement," said Patrick Davis, assistant to the executive director of OWASA, during Wednesday's storm that drenched the area. But it's not enough. OWASA has called for assistance elsewhere. Using reserve funding, OWASA is instal ling a raw water pump in Lake Holt, the reservoir feeding Butner, N.C. Some 3 million gallons of water See WELL WATER page 10A WATER CONSERVATION MEASURES Because of the seriousness of the drought situation, mandatory res trictions on the use of water are now in effect. These restrictions make it unlawful to use water from the public water system supplied by OWASA to: 1. Water or sprinkle any lawn. 2. Water any vegetable garden or ornamental shrubs except between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p. m. on Saturday. Such watering is only to be done by hand-held hose or drip irrigation. 3. Make any non-essential use of water for commercial or public use. Alternatives such as disposable plates and utencils are encouraged in area restaurants. 4. Fill newly constructed swimming and or wading pools or refill swim ming and or wading pools which have been drained. A minimal amount of water may be added to maintain continued operation of pools which are in operation. 5. Operate water-cooled air condi tioners or other equipment that does not recycle cooling water, except when health and safety are adversely affected. 6. Wash automobiles, trucks, trail ers, boats, airplanes or any other type of mobile equipment, including commercial washing. 7. Wash down outside areas such as streets, driveways, service station aprons, parking lots, office build ings, exteriors of existing or newly constructed homes or apartments, sidewalks, patios or other similar purposes. 8. Operate or introduce water into any ornamental fountain pool or pond or other structure making similar use of water. 9. Serve drinking water in restau rants, cafeterias or other food establishments, except upon request. 10. Use water from public or private fire hydrants for any purpose other than fire suppression or other public emergency. 11. Use water for dust control or compaction. 12. Use water for unnecessary purpose or intentionally waste water. ( DTH Charlotte Cannon Angie Cawa and Nicki Weisensee wade through the floods at Brookwood Condominiums Seat belt users given tickets From Associated Press reports FORT COLLINS, Colo. Motorists caught buckling up in Fort Collins face the prospect of getting a ticket from police. The ticket, however, won't mean a trip to court, but will be good for a trip to Disneyland or dozens of other prizes. . , ... To encourage greater use of seat belts, the Fort Collins Police Depart ment plans to hand out up to 5,000 green tickets to drivers caught wearing their seat belts. "The driver gets a card and everyone else in the car who's wearing a their seat belt gets a coupon for a hot dog or an ice cream cone," said Lt. Jay Davis, who is in charge of the program. Drivers must fill in their name and address and drop the postage-paid card in the mail to be eligible for weekly and monthly drawings as well as a grand prize drawing in December for a trip for four to Disneyland. IT Bus Passes for the 1st 10 people to sign a 7 month lease before Au gu st 3 If 1 986. Yo u must bring this coupon in to receive your Bus Pass. 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