By CHIP PEARSALF,
Students and University staff lost
access to approximately 500 parking
spaces on streets near campus when a
Chapel Hill ordinance went into effect
August 1 5.
In addition to the off-campus spaces
lost, University officials report 270
spaces lost in on-campus lots this year
due to construction projects and
The town ordinance affects spaces on
41 streets where students, staff and
townspeople parked and walked to
campus or work. Town officials could
not say what percentage of the spaces
were used by students and staff to avoid
buying campus permits.
Many of the streets affected are
narrow avenues in residential sections.
The ordinance was enacted after
residents petitioned the Board of
Aldermen to ban parking in certain
Transit system begins year
with new Carrboro route,
cuts in peak-hour service
By MIKE WADE
The Carrboro bus route has attracted high
ridership and praises from local officials
since it began operations Monday.
"It's had a few more riders each day," said
Bob Godding, head of the Chapel Hill
Transportation Department. "We're quite
happy about it."
Student Government (SG)
Transportation Director Paul Arne also was
pleased with the new route's ridership. "I'm
very happy," he said. "I think it will serve a
real need out there."
Arne said the new route would help
alleviate the parking problem on campus by
encouraging Carrboro apartment dwellers
to take the bus rather than drive to campus
Another official satisfied with the
response to the new route is Carrboro Mayor
Ruth West. "I've been watching it and there
seems to be quite a few riders. We're quite
The route runs near most Carrboro
apartment complexes and by the UNC
Medical Center via Cameron Street. The
buses begin their routes at 6:55 a.m. and run
until 6: 10 p.m. Headways (intervals between
buses at each stop) are 15 to 20 minutes
during peak ridership hours.
Godding said the service possibly could be
expanded if ridership demand is sufficient.
Way Ion, secretary singing cocaine blues
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI) Lanky, bearded country music
superstar Waylon Jennings and his secretary were arrested at a
recording studio on drug charges, federal agents announced
Jennings, 40, nominated just last week for five major awards by the
Country Music Association, and his secretary, Lori Evans, were
arrested Tuesday night after allegedly receiving a package containing
The two were arrested at WRJ Productions Inc., a business owned
by the entertainer, after his secretary picked the package up at the
airport and brought it to the studio.
The federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) allegedly
t jok 22 grams of cocaine from the package in New York, leaving one
gram to be delivered to Jennings, agents said.
Jennings and his secretary were charged with possession of cocaine
and conspiracy to distribute cocaine. Conviction could bring a
maximum 15-year prison term and $15,090 fine on each of the two
A probable cause hearing was set for Aug. 3 1 . The singer and his
secretary, after appearing before a federal magistrate Wednesday,
were released on their own recognizance.
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to crack down
The new ordinance prohibits parking
on designated streets between 9 a.m. and
4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Cars
parked illegally are subject to a $27
traffic citation, or a $1 traffic ticket and
towing charges. (See box.)
Residents can obtain parking permits
if they apply to the board and show that
only on-street parking is available at
their homes. No fee is charged for the
Wreckers towed approximately 130
cars last week in Chapel Hill, said
Officer Ben Callahan of the Chapel Hill
Police Department. He estimated that
90 per cent of those were towed from the
new restricted zones.
Before the ordinance went into effect,
approximately 20 cars per week were
towed from town streets, Callahan
said. Red-and-white signs have been
erected on restricted streets. Jean Boyles
of the Chapel Hill Police Department
said tow signs affect the entire side of the
street where they are placed.
"If you see a tow sign on a street, no
. . Other than the new route, no significant
changes in bus service during rush hours for
this year have been made. Arne said.
"The peak headways are essentially the
same," he said. He added that minor
modifications will slightly improve service
on the F and N routes.
However, changes in the length of peak
hour periods have been reduced from four to
three hours and the E-Z rider service for the
elderly and the handicapped has also been
cut slightly. The reductions resulted from the
financial difficulties encountered by the
system last year.
Peak headways on all routes range from .
20 to 40 minutes. In a letter to the Chapel
Hill Transportation Board last May. Arne
and Student Body President Bill Moss had
urged the board to recommend a service level
goal of 15 minute headways to the Board of
Arne and Moss said this level of service
would make the bus system a more attractive
alternative to private automobiles.
However, budget difficulties resulted in the
Negotiations between the town and the
University over how much each would
contribute to the bus-system's $900,000-plus
budget lasted more than a month, the town
had hoped the University would contribute
: $400,000 to,;the budget. However, the
; University offered only $338,000., which
represents the same 37. 5' of the budget it
matter where it is. the best thing is not to
park there." she said. "Some people
think they can park two feet in front of a
The police department has arranged a
written-appeal process for those who
feel they have been unjustly towed.
Chief Herman Stone is personalis
investigating all complaints when
"I'm trying to see that (the ordinance)
is carried out fairly and impartially, and
applied to each street uniformly." Stone
A joint subcommittee o I
transportation board and planning
board members recommended in Mas
that all or portions of the 41 streets be
restricted. The Board of Aldermen
approved the ordinance at its August 15
meeting, after receiving enabling
legislation from the N.C. General
The subcommittee chose the streets to
be restricted after studies were made hv
the planning department. Minimum
Slalf pnoto by L C Baroour
Carrboro now has mass transit. Service
from Carrboro to campus has been
extended by the Chapel Hill bus system
supplied last year.
In a compromise offered to the Unisersits
by Chapel Hill Mayor James C.Wallace, the
University agreed to pay the same $366,000
that it paid in 1976-77. while the town paid
the remainder of the University's projected
UNC Vice Chancellor lor Business and
Finance Claiborne Jones accepted the
compromise, saying the town convinced him
that service to the University would not be
cut and that the tow n was paying what it was
able to pay.
s. Bus pass sales ha ve vastly improved Ironi
last sear's mediocre response
"I'm hangin' in there." Jennings said belore entering the
magistrate's courtroom. He was attired in jeans, denim vest, blue
shirt, gold necklace and black boots.
The arrests stemmed from a DEA investigation here and in New
York. Agents said a package was received by World Courier Inc. in
New York and was to be sent to Jennings in Nashville. The night
manager of the delivery service opened the package and discovered
some white powder.
The night manager, Danny Byriter. contacted DEA and a field test
of the powder revealed that it was cocaine, agent Bill Rosenburger
The package was marked "personal: Attention Waylon Jennings,"
The package, less the 22 grams of cocaine removed by the DEA.
was sent to Nashville where it was picked up by Ms. Evans at the
airport, agents said.
Jennings, a native of Littlefield. Texas, is one of the top two or
three country music entertainers. He has been nominated for
"Entertainer of the Year" and four other awards by the Country
Music Association. The CM A awards are the most prestigious in the
Parking is restricted on one or
to 4 p.m
C hase Avenue
Countrs C lub Road
S. Graham Street
l aurel Hill Circle
I edge I ane
W Patterson Place
S Roherson Street
W. Rosenuuv Street
both sides ol
Towing charges $15 7 a m to p m $20 ( p in to 1 a m $25 1 2 a m to 7 a m
$10 extra il dolls required (locking steering columns, transmissions! one-hall tow Ice it
car hooked up and not towed belore ownei returns $7 40 it sers iceman must return to
station to return a cat altei hours $2 pel das storage lee for a week. S2.50 alter that.
width standards, streets lot which
residents submitted petitions and streets
heavily used by commuters were
considered by the subcommittee.
On campus, construction at Woollen
Gym. the Student Health Service
building N Medical Drise and the
chiller plant oil Manning Drise
'Son of Sam'
NEW YORK (DPI)' I he accused
"Son of Sam" killer Wednesday startled
a hospital courtroom by denying he is
David R. Berkowitz. the name he has
freely used since his arrest two weeks
Even Berkowitz' attorney was
stunned and quickly asked that his client
"stand mute" during the rest of an
arraignment where he was charged in
three more ol six murders attributed to
the ,44-caliber killer.
The surprise development came one
minute alter Berkowitz. dressed in
prison issue pajamas and bathrobe, was
led into a makeshift courtroom at Kings
County Hospital and pleaded innocent
to murder charges returned by a Bronx
County grand jury.
Berkowitz, who is undergoing
psychiatric tests, was charged
Wednesday with the murders of three
Bronx teen-agers. They were the first,
fourth and fifth young people killed by a
night-stalking gunman in a year-long
shooting spree that terrorized New
Police said they found the .44-caIiber
Bulldog pistol used in the shootings in
Berkowitz' car when he was arrested
Aug. 10 outside his Yonkers. N.Y.
Berkowitz stood hunch-shouldered.
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knocked out 217 spaces, said W. D.
I ocke. administrator ol traffic and
Also. 54 spaces on Country Club
Drise That were metered by the
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and were lost. I ocke said.
led Mars in. campus securits
denial shocks lawyer
his eyes blinking as il aroused from
sleep, belore State Supreme Court
Justice Alexander Chananau.
"Are you David R. Berkowitz'.'" the
"No your honor. I am not." the
suspect said, his lace expressionless, his
voire without inflection
Defense Attorney Mark Jay Heller
intervened before the justice could
speak again and said. "Your honor. I
request that no further questions be
asked of the defendant and that he be
allowed to stand mute."
Heller and co-counsel Leon Stern
pleaded Berkowitz not guilty to the
indictment, which charged him with the
Employee charged in theft
University officials Wednesday accepted the resignation of UNC employee James
T. Edwards of Q-6 Kingswood Apartments after University Police charged him
with felonious larceny.
Edwards, housekeeping assistant with the physical plant, was arrested Friday
after a witness reported a break-in at Caldwell Annex.
Edwards was arraigned in Orange District Court Monday and released on $300
Police estimated the total value of the stolen goods at $370. Included on the list of
items missing from the building were three drills, a sander, a rounder, two hammers
and a rachet screwdriver, 1
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director, said the town ordinance
"conies as a real blow to those people
who hase been using these streets for
parking for years."
Some stall members, he said, will
hase to buy on-campus parking permits
A full-year parking permit costs $72.
and an academic year permit is $54.
July 29, 1976 murder ol Donna Lauria,
IS.' and the shooting of Jody Valente,
Miss l.auria's girlfriend; and with the
double murder in the Bronx last April
17 of Alexander Esau and Valentine
The arraignment rounded out the six
murders charged to "Son of Sam"
beginning with Miss Lauria's death.
Berkowitz was arraigned at the hospital
Tuesday on two murders in Queens and
last week for the murder of Stacy
Moskowiiz. 20. in Brooklyn July 31.
His lawyers have entered innocent
pleas on all the counts and say they will
offer a defense of insanity if Berkowitz is
found mentally competent to stand trial.
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