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2The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, September 9, 1986 Ctapel Hill annexation protested. By SCOTT GRIEG Staff Writer No hearing has been arranged yet for Gary Wallace, a Durham County resident who claims his land was incorrectly classified when Chapel Hill annexed some Durham County land at midnight Aug. 31. But other citizens' complaints have been passed on to Chapel Hill government agencies for review, Arthur Jackson, Chapel Hill planner, said Monday. The annexation, which was approved by the Chapel Hill Town Council July 14, added about 492 acres near U.S. 15-501 and Inter state 40 in Durham and Orange counties. Wallace's land lies in both Orange and Durham counties. Orange County Superior Court Judge Tho mas H. Lee ruled Aug. 30 that Wallace's land could not be annexed. The 4-acre parcel would have been part of Annexation Area C, which also includes property south of Old Chapel Hill Road, Colony Lake, Colony Woods East and White Oak Drive. Rep. Kemp By MICHAEL A. KOLB Staff Water Rep. Jack Kemp spent Monday in North Carolina to offer his support for long-time political ally Republican Sen. Jim Broyhill in his candidacy for Senate. Kemp, a likely candidate for the GOP presidential nomination in 1988, has known and worked with Broyhill since Kemp was first elected to Congress in 1970. In a news conference at Broyhill's Wake County headquarters, Kemp praised the senator's recent efforts to limit textile imports by overriding President Reagan's veto of the bill. He said the Reagan organization should take a "vigorous" approach to international trade. Teetotalling Affairs. "As far as we can see, things worked very well in the residence halls," Boulton said. Chapel Hill police arrested seven students one Friday and six Saturday, said Keith Lohmann, police planner. Three were arrested for underage possession; four were arrested for public consumption of alcohol. "Overall, it was a very quiet weekend," he said. ;.UNC administrators expressed JAPAN AUSTRALIA AUSTRIA BELGIUM BULGARIA CHINA CYPRUS cc INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FULBRIGHT, LUCE AND MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIPS Informational Meeting Friday, September 12, 3:00-4:30 p.m. Room 224, Student Union Office of International Programs Q CO o O O Q CD Q ND0NESIA NETHERLANDS NEW A feeling. . . i - rv i ' . i ; PiSsft nsw Brougham is smoother end mere cemfsrfcisla than any rolling ball pen ycuVa ever used. A gutsy claim but true. Buy a new Pilot Brougham and prove it to yourself. t Send us the coupon, I prooT-OT-purcnase ia rtreiui will do) and $4.95. Check or money order only. You 11 get a "What's Smoother tee shirt (an $11 XX) value) and a free Pilot Spotliter highlighting marker. A total value of $11.79 for only $435. AHow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery. But Wallace claims that the town improperly called his land "urban ized" and used different criteria from those it used to classify the other two pieces of land in Area C. State laws require that the town use the same criteria for all parcels, the suit argues. Wallace's lawsuit was filed Aug. 13, and the decision on whether or hot his land Will be annexed is pending on the outcome of the case in Orange County Superior Court. Jackson said the town had been considering many different areas for possible annexation since October of last year, including those in Durham County. "The town passed a Resolution of Consideration this April, and Areas A, B and C were finally decided upon as the best for annexation for a variety of reasons, such as just how much work it would take to bring the land up to municipal standards," Jackson said. "Annexation across county lines poses no problems," Jackson said. "Durham has annexed land from Orange County before and this is not supports Broyhill Senate "It is ridiculous that our country is subsidizing other countries who then subsidize their exports against U.S. exports," he said. "It is ludi crous for the IMF (International Monetary Fund) and the World Bank to give subsidies to foreign countries who turn around and manipulate their currency to take advantage against the United States dollar." Broyhill, a congressman for 24 years, is running against former Gov. Terry Sanford for the seat held by Sen. John East. He was appointed by N.C. Gov. Jim Martin to fill the seat left vacant following East's death in July. Kemp, a Republican from New York and former quarterback for the confidence that students would continue to behave well and abide by the law. "It seems to be working," said Frederic W. Schroeder, dean of students. "I don't for a minute suggest that's an in-depth study, but as I understand it, things went pretty well." Chancellor Christopher C. Ford ham III said he was glad the weekend passed without incident. But it's too early to judge whether the higher drinking age will achieve its goal of o m rn O - o -n o m g ZEALAND NORWAY SWEDEN Pilot Pen has something even smoother than this 'A f . ... v 1 W... S . .'.vv 4? ROLLING BALL PEN beyond smoothness. ,. PpiiotTfeeShirt Offer, P.O. Box 4760, "1 I Watertury,CT 06704 I J Yes, I want to prove it. I've enclosed a J I check for $ for (no.) tee shirt (s) and free Spotliter(s). Zip I 1 MEDIUM ! J LARGE I 1 EXTRA -LARGE - I One pfoof -of purchase is required tor each tee shirt order Void where prohibited. TVS",SSk I Name the first time that Chapel Hill has annexed land from Durham County. The Finley Forest and Colony Woods areas were annexed from Durham County." But residents of the annexed area have used public hearings like a much-publicized one on July 14 before the Town Council to discuss how their new citizenship might hurt them. Many also have written letters of what Jackson calls "concern, not complaint," about privileges they fear they will not be given. Bus service will not be extended to meet the needs of the town's new residents, and even though residents of that area will be expected to pay taxes just like all other Chapel Hill residents, they will not be able to send their children to the town's public schools, some citizens say. Other citizens say they fear they will not have a Chapel Hill address, zip code or phone number. The latter might mean that they are expected to dial long-distance to a town they are considered residents of, they propose. Buffalo Bills, spoke to about 400 Young Professionals for Broyhill at a luncheon in Winston-Salem and received an honorary degree from Wake Forest. He then officially opened up Broyhill's Wake County headquarters and attended a $125-a-couple fundraiser at the Raleigh Hilton. Broyhill campaign manager Doug Haynes said about 200 tickets were sold for the fundraiser, which was sponsored by Martin, Rep. Bill Cobey of the 4th District and other high-ranking Republicans from North Carolina. Kemp has no plans to return to North Carolina during the election, said press secretary Dave Hoppe, but "Congressman Kemp would do reducing drinking and drunk driving among people under 21, he said. Boulton said he and other Uni versity officials would meet this week to review the campus alcohol policy and how students are reacting to it, and to discuss what aspects could Daniloff swap for Soviet physicist Gennady Zakharov, who was arrested in New York on charges of spying. The president's remarks came as administration sources disclosed that Reagan was being urged by hard line conservatives to begin expelling Soviets, one by one, from Moscow's United Nations mission until Dani loff is released. The president's list of options also was said to include a general reduc tion in the size of the Soviet embassy staff in the United States and cancellation of a scheduled summit planning session later this month between Secretary of State George P. Shultz and Soviet Foreign Min ister Eduard A. Shevardnadze. Associated Press reports from Moscow said the newspaper Izvestia on Monday accused Nicholas Dani loff of using a journalist's cover to ferret out military secrets about Afghanistan arid claimed the Amer ican reporter worked with an alleged CIA agent in Moscow. The government newspaper said Beef Tips are one of our most delicious menu items. . .tender chunks of Flamekist" Sirloin combined with green peppers and onion slices with potato and hot bread at a special price. rii 324 W. Rosemary St. 942-1816 Offer good Tuesday, Sept. 9, 1986 through Friday, Sept 12, 1986 Jackson said the town has for warded the residents' concerns to governmental and quasi governmental agencies to see what can be done about resolving them. He added that while some resi dents of that area did not want to change their status to "Chapel Hill resident," a good many people did. "We feel that those people will be better served as . a result of this annexation," Jackson said. "They will be looked after more efficiently by the police and fire departments, and they will also have free garbage pick-up. "1 don't know what will happen about the zip codes or phone numbers because all of that has been passed on to other agencies who can deal with working to alleviate the concerns expressed by the residents of the annexed area," he said. Jackson said Chapel Hill has an agreement with Durham stating it will not annex anything east of Hope Road but that anything west of Hope Road is open to consideration for future annexation. campaign anything he can to help his friend Jim Broyhill," he said. Kemp, who is running for re election this fall, will wait until next year to make a public announcement on whether he will run for the presidency, Hoppe said. Recent polls have placed Kemp in second place behind Vice President George Bush among Republicans for the 1988 presidential race. The Broyhill campaign was pleased to receive a endorsement from a national figure, said cam paign aide Lisa Brewer. "Congressman Kemp has worked with Senator Broyhill and knows that he's a true supporter of Pres ident Reagan's programs," she said. from page 1 be improved or strengthened. "We thought we would wait until this full weekend was over, with the football game and basketball and rush, and see if it would give us a better read (of student reaction), as opposed to last weekend," he said. from page 1 the imprisoned correspondent for U.S. News & World Report was charged with espionage by a military prosecutor under a law that imposes penalties ranging from seven years in prison to death. The article elaborated on accusa tions already made against Daniloff and expanded the charges against the reporter beyond the scope of the original claim that he received a packet of secret documents during what was described as a secret meeting with a Soviet acquaintance named "Misha in a Moscow park. The paper quoted Misha as saying he met Daniloff in 1982 in Frunze, the capital of Soviet Kirghizia in Central Asia near the border of Afghanistan. Izvestia claimed Daniloff asked Misha to get lists of Soviet units bound for Afghanistan, obtain pictures of Soviet military hardware used there, and find names and addresses of soldiers who served there. $299 if, Explosion in Paris city hall kills one, wounds nineteen From Associated Press reports PARIS A bomb exploded Monday in a post office on the ground floor of Paris' ornate 17th-century city hall, killing a woman and injuring 19 other people. It came four days after a bomb failed to explode on a crowded commuter train in central Paris. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the latest attack, which occurred about 7 p.m. The fire department placed the casualty toll at one dead and 19 injured, one of them seriously. A witness said that the woman who died was "completely blown apart." Premier-Jacques Chirac, who is also mayor of Paris and main tains an office in the building, called for a war against terrorism, "this leprosy of modern times." Reagan favors GOP candidates DENVER President Rea gan, setting the theme for his campaign to keep the Senate in Republican control, said Mon day, "I can't have my hands tied by a totally hostile Congress." In remarks at a fund-raising luncheon for Rep. Ken Kramer, a Colorado Republican running for the Senate, the president portrayed the November elections as a choice between continuing Reagan administration policies or Chilean opposition leaders arrested for ambush attempt From Associated Press reports SANTIAGO, Chile Santiago forces on Monday arrested opposi tion leaders and raided leftist strongholds in slum areas to search for the would-be assassins who ambushed President Augusto Pinochet's motorcade. Three leading dissidents and three French activist priests were among those said to have been arrested. Five news magazines were banned. "The government has enough support to do whatever it wants," declared Pinochet, his hand ban daged, as he arrived for work and waved to scores of applauding supporters outside the presidential palace. The ruling four-man junta, dom inated by Pinochet, decreed a 90-day siege throughout Chile after Sun day's rocket and machine-gun attack. Five of Pinochet's body guards were killed and 1 1 wounded Campus Calendar Tuesday 3J0 p.m. School of Business Administration is spon soring the William L. Rog ers Entrepreneurship Lec ture in room 02 Carroll Hall. The speaker is Cha rles Ackerman. 5:00 p.m. The Campus Y Tutoring Committee will its first meeting for all interested in joining in the Campus Y Lounge. 5:30 p.m. Credit Union Organizing Committee will hold a meeting in room 225 of the Union. If you have ques tions or are unable to attend, call Todd Hart at 929-9153. 6:00 p.m. Campus Y Big Buddy Pro gram will hold an informa tional meeting in the South Campus Upendo Lounge. Big Buddies need to come by the Campus Y A Meaningful f p m yLAMP n 1 JS"Xj CONTACT LENS CONTACT LENS ;TrririTtT.i Back by Popular Demand Daily Wear Spherical Soft Contact Lenses oo Near Sighted Includes: Eye examination, contact lenses, sterilization unit fitting, and follow-up visits. Offer good through 91986 6 ?.. CONTACT LENS CONTACT LENS $109 State Cr Nalional returning to the "days of malaise." Kramer and Democratic Rep. Tim Wirth are competing for the seat now held by Sen. Gary Hart, who is retiring after two terms to concentrate on a bid for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination. The open seat presents the Republicans with an opportunity to gain seats because the GOP is defending 22 Senate seats, com pared to only 12 for the Democrats. Israel reacts to synagogue attack TEL AVIV, Israel Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin and former Defense Minister Ariel Sharon called Monday for Israel to strike back at the terrorism responsible for the massacre of 2 1 Jews in Turkey during prayer. "We must fight terror con stantly and everywhere ... we must seek out terrorists and strike at them," Rabin said before leaving for the United States for an offical visit. Rabin said the organization responsible for the synagogue attack was likely to be either Palestinian or linked to the Palestine Liberation Organization. in the ambush. It was the first reported attempt on Pinochet's life since he took power in a military coup 13 years ago Thursday. Neither of the country's two Marxist guerrilla groups claimed responsibility for the attack. Chile's Roman Catholic bishops and the broad-based moderate opposition movement condemned the assassination attempt. Three French Roman Catholic priests were arrested during the raids, a church spokeswoman told the Associated Press. Witnesses told reporters that at least two of the priests were beaten with rifle butts. Plainclothes police without war rants arrested Ricard6 Lagos and German Correa, leaders of branches of the Socialist Party, in predawn raids of their homes, relatives said. to fill ut a returnee form before September 15. 7:00 p.m. Students Against Capital Punishment will meet in Frank Porter Graham Lounge in the Union. North Carolina Studet Legislature is holding a meeting in 226 Union. 7 JO p.m. Campus C.A.S.H. is meet ing in the Union. See Union desk for information. Real Life Fellowship will hold a Bible study in 213 Union. 8:00p.m. UNC College Republicans will meet in 209 Manning. The Grateful Dead Society will hold its first meeting in the Union's Great Hall. All are wel come. Questions? Call David Berlin at 967-4570. Young Democrats will meet in 226 Union. Carl Fox, Orange Co. 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