Episcopal church established;
traditional services offered
Friday, September 30, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 3
Area Episcopalians have announced the
legal formation of the Church of St. Thomas
of Canterbury, which plans to offer a more
traditional Episcopalian worship service.
The Rev. George D. Stenhouse was
named as the priest-in-charge of the new
congregation. Stenhouse, former rector of
St. Mary's of the Hills Episcopal Church is
Blowing Rock, said that the new
congregation was formed to offer traditional
prayer-book worship from The Book of
Common Prayer to those Episcopalians who
feel alienated by the developments in the
Episcopal Church since its I976 General
Services lor the congregation will begin at
10 a.m. Sunday in the Community Room of
the Northwestern Bank Building at the
corner of Franklin Street and Elliott Road.
Two's company and three's a crowd?
No!, Not when the third's a
Come by Blimpie Base before the game tomorrow and pick up
your sandwiches to take with you.
Workers at Wilson I ibrary were busy
Thursday discouraging pigeons from
their normal habit of roosting above the
Jack Brown, administrative assistant
for Wilson Library, said the work was
being done in response to numerous
complaints about the birds from library
Brown said the workers installed
sloped covers and wire spikes on the
tops of the front columns at Wilson to
make it impossible for the pigeons to
have a surface on which to roost.
"The housccleaning staff used to
spend most of their time just cleaning up
after the birds," Brown said. He said
installing the covers would eliminate the
problem without killing the birds.
Gas deregulation compromise fails
By I'nitrd Pres International
WASHINGTON - The Senate tailed to
reach peaceful compromise on the natural
gas Issue Thursday and conducted a third
straight night session in hopes of ending a 10
Senate leaders succeeded in getting
opponents ol proposed gas deregulation to
suspend their filibuster Thursday morning
and used the time to bring to the floor a
compromise plan that would extend federal
price regulations while also allowing price
ceilings to rise higher than President Carter
The catch was that proponents of
deregulation reserved1 the right to amend the
compromise bill to restore deregulation
provisions, and their opponents indicated
they would resume their filibuster if that
Service league offers tour
What began as a Bicentennial project has
become a permanent service to UNC
students, faculty and visitors.
The project is the one-hour guided
walking tour of the U NC campus, which was
started a year ago by the Junior Service
League of Chapel Hill. The University also
works with the project.
"Oftentimes, this tour is a prospective
The pleasures of the Southland abound.The heritage is
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student's first encounter with the
University." tour guide and league member
Carolyn Oldham said.
Tours begin at noon Monday through
Saturday and at 3 p.m. Sunday at the
Morchead Building Rotunda. Coker
Arboretum. Person Hall, the Di-Phi
Chambers and UNC's two national
historical landmarks the Playmakers
Theater and Old East are a few of the
campus sites visited.
"We've had some students and UNC
graduates who never knew some of these
structures existed." Oldham said. "It's such a
large school that it's hard for students to take
it all in."
- KD WILLIAMS
Sen. Howard Metcnhaum. O-Ohio. a
leader of the anti-deregulation filibuster,
told a reporter "all bets are off" on the
compromise plan if any effort is made to add
Alter the Senate brought Democratic
Leader Robert Byrd's compromise to the
floor by voice vote. Sen. Russell Long. D-
l a., look charge.
Long's lactic was to rob Metenbaumand
his ally. Democrat James Abourek of
South Dakota, of the means to revive their
filibuster by bringing up all the delaying
amendments they had been keeping in
reserve and disposing of them by quick voice
Abourek tried to stall by demanding
time-consuming roll call votes, but his tired
and groggy colleagues refused to allow it.
Long also ignored Abourek's challenge
to call up the central amendment providing
for deregulation of new gas - the heart of
Carter news conference
WASHINGTON President Carter said
Thursday he sees no immediate prospect of
concluding a strategic arms agreement with
the Soviets despite Moscow's "flexible" new
At a news conference. Carter also said the
United States will begin to "meet with and
work with" the Palestine Liberation
Organization once it acknowledges Israel's
right to exist. Hut he added that, even then,
he could not guarantee the PLO a direct role
in Middle East peace talks.
He also warned the public another energy
crisis may be "imminent" and encouraged
Americans to put pressure on the Senate to'
pass his proposed national-energy program,
he expressed confidence the senators will
approve his proposals once they reali?e"they
have their own reputations to protect."
On prospects for a SALT II agreement:
with the Soviets replacing the one that
expires Monday, Carter said there are no
grounds to expect a sudden, dramatic
breakthrough even though the Soviets have
been showing signs of willingness to get the
long-stalled negotiations moving.
Terrorists extend limit
DACCA. Bangladesh -- Five guerrillas
threatened Thursday to blow up their
hijacked jet with 1 46 hostages aboard and set
off a "global" terror campaign if Japan
breaks its promise to free nine prisoners and
pay $6 million ransom but extended the
deadline by one more day.
The hijackers freed five hostages - two
Americans and an Indian family of three
reported to reside in California. Japan,
saying "human life is more precious than the
earth," agreed to the demands but said it
could not meet the terrorists' original
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