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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, January 30, 1989, Page 4, Image 4

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4The Daily Tar Heel Monday, January 30, 1989 Chapel Hill By CRANDALL ANDERSON Staff Writer In an attempt to find out what citizens of Chapel Hill think of police services and whether they even know about them, the Chapel Hill Police Department has sent out about 1,000 surveys to some Chapel Hill residents. Chapel Hill police planner Jane Cousins said the survey asks about people's perception of safety in Chapel Hill, what they see as PRICES AS LOW AS s ml TOP MOTO II Gwaltney Sliced Bacon CI Oiarms Total Raisin 1 Bran ..i2 0z.d&Jliy Medium Lb. mtrj I C.x 11 -"T. XT ' utiir lmKnUT 11 Hrokrn pics and a true count UfirV police conduct community survey problems and their opinion of the services offered by the police department. The survey is made up of ques tions with a choice of responses ranging from "strongly agree" to "strongly disagree." The survey is three pages long and has about 20 questions, some of which have several parts, Cousins said. "The survey was made as a joint effort by a group of public admin istrators," she said. "It was first devised as a cnanged to a mail-out survey instead." The UNC School of Journalism also helped with the survey by putting the finishing touches on the arrangement and wording of the questions. The cost of the survey is small somewhere between $2,500 and $3,000, Cousins said. When asked about how much ANYBODY'S, QUALITY, VARIETY, SERVICE & CLEAN STORES 0 Vk. ScotTowels 88Sq.Fi With over 300 items in our produce department, you'll al ways find a full selection of fruits and vegetables - no matter what season of the year. Our suppliers are located around the country and the world so we can insure you're getting premium quality, fresh, nutri tious fruits and vegetables that are never out of season. ..Like grapes, nectarines and plums from Chile, kiwi from New Zea land, red or yellow Holland pep pers, fresh Florida strawberries or ruby red grapefruit from Texas. 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"We hope to have the results in a couple of months, but if we are not satisfied with the amount of feedback we get, we will send out more (surveys)." Cousins would not comment on the results of the survey so far. Capt. Gregg Jarvies of the Chapel r ,. mi. ii . j jr t 3fce CfmSlfil ViGal. CD Light n' Lively 100 Calorie Yogurt Seedless Red Grapes icmnoslrarlY (5 nzza 10 oz. ess" Margherita Genoa Salami ,11 -I.V Q:iiiccclTo Lb. v JOrcfer 4. 1989 In Meddenhun Tonnru r. rv,k. Dealers. We Gladly Accept Federal Food Stamps. v ii f ii i ii 80z. I I 0 w J. weBespQitafftifDei S i M I 1 lie III L Hill police said he thinks the survey is an excellent idea. "We need to be responsive to the needs of citizens," Jarvies said. "We are not looking so much to improve the things we are doing but to find out if we need to be doing them period. "We want people to know that we are listening to them, and we want citizens to know that they can talk to us even when they are not in trouble and need help." ii- m um mm rtSjl riii O Pspsi Cola, Mountain Dew )' if A tar M .mi 1 Sealtest Or Breakstone's Sour Cieam S 550 fvi F il ScotHssue 4 a. Pkg. ii 03) Goti rmet Cinnamon Rolls ft LA i "ssv. frw -. v x r x f n f v Publisher acquires newspaper By TRACY LAWSON Staff Writer The publisher of The Chapel Hill Newspaper recently acquired a Vir ginia newspaper, but he says he Has no plans to leave Chapel Hill and will continue to improve the paper. Ottaway Newspapers, a newspaper group based in Campbell Hall, N.Y., bought The Chapel Hill Newspaper in 1987 and hired P. Lea Campbell as the paper's publisher. Campbell recently bought The Recorder, a weekly newspaper with circulation in Highland and Bath counties in Virginia. "The paper is a special property that I have been trying to acquire for some time," Campbell said. "If I was going to own the paper in my lifetime, it was apparent that I would have to purchase it now. "You usually dont see someone publishing two papers at once," he said. "I will spend a minimal amount of time in Virgina; I have a very strong staff there. "However, it is the first paper IVe ever owned, so I will pay attention to and keep close tabs on it." But Campbell said he is anxious to continue the improvements that have begun in Chapel Hill. "Very extensive plans are under way that will become visible in the reasonably near future," Campbell said. "There is much to be done here still. I'm not saying goodbye." ; News editor Don Evans said Campbell has made several improve ments during the 15 months Camp bell has been at The Chapel Hill Newspaper. ; "We now have an editor to super vise the entire newsroom who has 25 years experience," Evans said. 1e new editor of the newspaper is Fred Zimmerman, whose last position was editor of the Asian Wall Street Journal. In addition, Paul Brown has come to the paper from the Durham Morning Herald, Evans said. Brown, a news editor, has brought writing experience to the newsroom, he said. Evans said it is apparent that Campbell is not leaving Chapel Hill to work in Virgina. "Campbells primary concern is for The Chapel Hill Newspaper," he said. "At this time, he has no plans to leave." I Campbell also noted improve ments that have been made since Ottaway purchased the newspaper. "Some of the improvements are due to the improvement of content, better trained staff, better structure of departments, better training of writers and more depth, not only in editors but in all departments," Campbell said. "Nothing radical has been done to improve the equipment of the news paper," he said. "Older, inefficient equipment has been replaced. We are a very well equipped for a small newspaper." ; Stripper implicates; Swaggart i i From Associated Press reports NEW YORK A Louisiana stripper had a six-month sexual relationship with evangelist Jimmy Swaggart at the same time he allegedly was involved with a pros titute, a men's magazine reported. ; Penthouse magazine, in its March issue, said Swaggart sought out Catherine Mary Kampen, a home maker and performer of strip-tease telegrams, promising to help her financially while demanding she perform sexual acts for him. Swaggart's attorneys told the magazine Kampen's allegations were untrue and that she fabricated the account. Phillip Wittmann, an attor ney for Swaggart, said the evangelist will sue Penthouse. The magazine said Swaggart approached Kampen at a roadside telephone in July 1987 and said he could help her with her marriage and personal life Kampen told the magazine that she and Swaggart never had sexual intercourse during the course of their relationship. She told Penthouse she wondered if Swaggart wanted to have inter course with her, so she asked him..- "And he said, 'Oh sure, but that would be cheating. What we're doing here is just playing. It's fun and games; it's not cheating. You under stand that, don you? " KampBn quoted Swaggart as saying. '. Over the course of their relation ship, she said Swaggart made her perform explicit sex acts while Ke watched. The same allegation w,as also made about him by prostitute Debra Murphree, whom Swaggart allegedly was seeing at the same tiiQe. Kempen also said he requested spx with her 13-year-old daughter, b.ut Kempen refused. Kampen said in the Penthouse article she thought he was talking about her, but Murphree said he was referring to her. Swaggart's alleged liaison with Murphree was uncovered by a rival evangelist.

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