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2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, January 20, 1987
CsondMates to speak
By CHRIS CHAPMAN
Potential 1988 presidential candi
dates New York Gov. Mario Cuomo
and former U.S. Sen. Gary Hart, D
Colo., are scheduled to speak at
Hart will speak Jan. 27 at 8:15
p.m. in Page Auditorium on the
Duke campus after holding a press
conference at 7:30 p.m.
The free event is expected to draw
a full house, Elisa Long, chairman
of the major speakers committee at
Duke, said. Seating will be on a first
come, first-serve basis, she added.
Cuomo will be speaking sometime
in March, in a talk sponsored by the
Duke University Governor's Center,
Long said. The topic, place and date
of the speech are not set.
Cuomo is speaking at the invita
tion of former Duke president and
current U.S. .Sen. Terrv. Sanford,
Candidate appeals Board
From Associated Prtss reports
RALEIGH Former Rep.
Robin Britt should get a recount in
the 6th District congressional race
because numerous irregularities cast
doubt on the validity of the Nov.
4 election, his attorneys said.
The arguments came on the first
day of a Wake County Superior
"We've got a healthy growth rate,
not beyond our capabilities. Chapel
Hill is a dynamic, changing com
munity one that is moving
A lot of the new food arid drug
stores, service stations, strip malls
and fast food restaurants that are
springing up all over Chapel Hill are
also providing employment. Van
Plantation Plaza near N.C. 54,
Willow Creek mall on U.S. 15-501,
Cole Park Plaza and fast food
restaurants near Hotel Europa on
1 5-50 1 all appeared less than 10 years
ago. The soon-to-be-developed
Sienna retail hotel complex on
Franklin Street and the $19 million
Rosemary Square project also' reflect
an expanding business sector.
The older crowd
Chapel Hill is not just a place for
aspiring professionals, however.
Those over-55 are also attracted to
"Retirees remain a big part of the
inquiries we get," Van Ness said. A
majority of the elderly coming to the
area arevery affluent. Van Ness said.
"They're buying . very " significant,"
large houses which cost a quarter-of-a-million
and up," he said.
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Kathleen Meehan, spokeswoman for
Cuomo's visit to North Carolina
is part of a five-state journey that
will take the governor to California,
Iowa, Louisiana and Florida, which
are all considered key states in the
Meehan said Cuomo's tour was
not related to exploring a possible
"The governor visited other states
in 1986 and he will in 1987," she said.
North Carolina's importance in
the primary derby comes because the
state has shifted the date of its
primary from May to early March,
in order to participate with 13 other
states in a Southern regional
North Carolina ranks third in
number of delegates of the 13 states
participating in the "Super Tuesday"
Court hearing on a lawsuit filed by
Britt, who lost to Rep. Howard
Coble, R-N.C, by 79 votes. Britt,
a Democrat, is asking for a recount
of the more than 145,000 ballots cast
in the race, or for a new election.
Coble, whose victory was certified
Dec. 16 by the State Board of
Elections, contends that Britt got a
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One such person is Daisy Talvitie,
who lives in Fearrington, near
Pittsboro. Talvitie moved back from
Las Vegas to Chapel Hill after the
death of her husband three years ago.
Many retired couples come to
Chapel Hill for the mild weather and
diverse cultural activities, Talvitie
Van Ness agreed. Retirees come
to Chapel Hill for the climate, which
offers four distinct seasons, as well
as for the metropolitan atmosphere
similiar to larger cities, the liberal
attitudes of the residents and the
ability to pursue academic interests,
Carol Woods and Carolina Mea
dows retirement communities pro
vide independent homes with in
house nursing care for those who
Many younger people working in
the Triangle are buying large homes
with retirement in mind, Jackson
Other growth factors
In the 1960s, the town annexed
land to its northeast section. Her
itage Hills and The Oaks housing
developments now sit on this area. '."
As with any town, natural increase
is pushing up the population. Chapel
Hart made an unsuccessful try at
the Democratic nomination in 1984.
He finished second to former Vice
President Walter Mondale in the
1984 North Carolina primary, get
ting 30 percent of the vote to
Mondale's 37 percent.
Hart recently formed an explor
atory committee to research a
possible presidential quest in 1988.
Long said the speakers committee
has tried to get Hart to speak for
more than a year, and the contract
for this speech was signed in early
"We were interested in getting a
presidential hopeful," she said.
Hart's speech will focus on edu
cation. Long said. The talk is part
of a series of policy outlines Hart
will be making in coming months,
she said, ...... .
of Elections decision
lair hearing trom the board and that
the case is closed.
In an opening argument, Britt
attorney David Kirby told Judge
Giles Clark that justifying a recount
did not require proving it would
change the outcome of the election.
"I don't think that's the burden
posed by law," Kirby said. Instead,
The KRON building at the
H ill's birthrate between 1 970 and
1980 dropped from 16.17 births per
thousand to 8.05. The decline has
been characteristic of falling bir
thrates across the state.
The mortality rate has remained
fairly constant over the same 10
years, fluctuating only about two
points, between 3.22 and 5.2 deaths
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"He's not giving a campaign
speech," she said. "However, as with
any presidential candidate, he does
things as campaign moves."
he said, Britt need show only that
there were violations of election law,
misconduct or other irregularities
"sufficient to cast doubt on the
apparent result of the election."
Although the 6th District consists
of Alamance, Davidson and Guil
ford counties, Britt has focused his
case for a recount on Guilford.
DTH Charlotte Cannon
Bolin Creek Center
per 1 ,000 persons per year.
Combined, the birth and death
rates only account for 15-20 percent
of the two percent growth rate.
Most' Chapel Hill residents don't.
See CHAPEL HILL page 3
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U.S. champions civil rights
in celebration of MLK day
From Associated Press reports
The Liberty Bell's peals echoed
across the nation and across the
sea Monday as . Americans
marched, prayed and sang "We
Shall Overcome" in honor of
Martin Luther King and his
dream of racial justice on the day
that bears his name.
Coretta Scott king, widow of
the slain civil rights leader, stood
at his grave in Atlanta with
Secretary of State George Shultz
and black leaders as a wreath of
red and yellow flowers was placed
at his crypt.
In Philadelphia, Samuel Pierce
Jr., secretary of Housing and
Urban development, tapped the
Liberty Bell at 12:30 p.m. EST,
triggering the pealing of replicas
in state capitols across the United
States and in London ai Parli
ament's Big Ben.
o The plant's technology is not
state-of-the-art, and updating the
boiler and generator will increase the
"The (present) plant will stay in
operation the entire time," Paul said.
"Well replace the coal-handling
equipment, making sufficient room
to build the new structure to house
the new boilers."
Then the University will switch
over to the new boilers, and part of
the remaining plant will be destroyed
and rebuilt, Paul said.
Swecker said a review of the
University's utilities about two years
ago recommended increasing the size
of the plant's generator so it could
facility was supposed to begin
Monday, but it was delayed because
of the rainy weather, he said.
The design for the 10,000-square-foot
building was approved by the
state legislature in 1985, said Claude
E. "Gene" Swecker, associate vice
chancellor of facilities management
and vice chancellor of business and
"The existing police facility is
totally inadequate," Swecker said.
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to run earlier," he said. Currently
ticket pick-up begins at 6:30 a.m.,
he said, and the earliest bus is at 7: J 8
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Iran, Iraq fighting continues
NICOSIA, Cyprus Iran
claimed Monday that its invasion
force broke through Iraqi
defenses and was driving toward
Basra, Iraq's second-largest city
and southern provincial capital.
Iraqi planes raided Iranian cities
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"co-generate" use steam for both
heating campus buildings and creat
Other major construction projects
planned by the University include a
new conference center east of cam
pus on U.S. 54 and a new facilities
support building on Airport Road,
The $16 million Public Health
Building behind Rosenau Hall
should be finished in about three
years, he said, and the Alumni
Center is currently being designed.
Also, four proposals for other
buildings are pending, he said.
"It just seems like we're constantly
busy," he said.
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When asked who would move into
the extra space at the Campus Y
when the police move out, Swecker
said that was still being discussed.
"Probably the traffic office will
keep some offices there," he said.
"The Y Drohahlv wants to use some
of the space. We havent decided. It's .
still a year away." r
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opposed to the "expensive" campus
patrol approved by Student Con
gress, last fall. Hill said he wanted
more support for the R. A.P.E. escort
service and a stronger relationship
between student government and the :
campus police. .
Hill said he planned to run his
administration' together with Erika .
Birg, who he was prohibited from
running wun as a co-prcsiuem oy
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