Wednesday. October 5. 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 3
Billingsley says Cane Creek
surveying to begin Oct. 17
On nuclear weapons
Carter pledges limit
Surveying of the proposed Cane
Creek reservoir will begin Oct. 17, W.
Everett Billingsley, executive director of
the Orange Water and Sewer Authority
(OWASA) said Tuesday.
OWASA gained the right to survey
the Cane Creek area last week when the
N. C. Court of Appeals upheld an
injunction forbidding landowners in the
proposed reservoir area to ban OWASA
Members of the Cane Creek
Conservation Authority (CCCA) filed
the appeal after Superior Court Judge
Hamilton Hobgood issued an
injunction prohibiting 44 landowners
from banning the surveyors.
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2 to 5 p.m.
An Ashebo'ro surveying company
said Monday that surveying of the area
would begin this week, but two
OWASA officials said the survey has
been delayed for various reasons.
"We (OWASA) will not begin
surveying this week because of practical
matters," OWASA attorney Claude V.
Jones said Tuesday. "We need more
detailed instructions to the surveyors."
W. H. Cleveland, assistant executive
director of OWASA, said former
commitments made by the survey crews
caused them to be unavailable until Oct.
Although the survey is scheduled to
begin Oct. 17, the CCCA has not yet
given up the fight. Members
unanimously voted Monday night to
appeal the decision to the N.C. Supreme
Court. The CCCA also indicated it
might ask for a stay of surveying until
the case is reviewed.
CCCA attorneys George Hunt and
Wayne Abernathy were unavailable for
But Jones said OWASA has the legal
right to begin surveying the area
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Hall will soon be bleaker, however, as crisp days turn cooler, and leaves start
fluttering down in the wind. Staff photo by Allen Jernigan.
They had a lot in common!
Lieutenant John F. Kennedy, U.S. Navy
Lieutenant Lyndon B. Johnson, U.S. Navy
Lieutenant Richard M. Nixon, U.S. Navy
Lieutenant Gerald R. Ford, U.S. Navy
Lieutenant Jimmy E. Carter, U.S. Navy
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In the numbers game of
mileage claims, 30 is a pretty
good figure. For a car. But
figures can be misleading.
When it comes to saving
energy, the kind of trans
portation that gets the most
people the farthest on the
least fuel is the real winner
in the mileage game, And
when you start comparing
miles per gallon per person,
it's hard to beat the 250
mpgpp of a full bus..
Next to fuel, repairs are
your biggest car expense.
Almost nothing you do
with a car will bring on
problems more than driving
Step tap to a
around town. An around
town car can go through
parts like candy, and wear
out completely in a few
years. Buses don't do that.
They aren't made to trade
in every two years or to
junk after 100,000 miles.
Buses are simple, efficient
machines that last a long
time. Some buses go millions
of miles without major wear.
Money isn't the only thing
you spend when you drive a
car. You also spend time.
Your time. Driving. Sure,
driving can be fun. But not
when you're fighting traffic
or hunting for a parking,
place. So why spend your
time driving when you can
use it so much more sensibly
on a bus? On a bus you can
read, do homework, talk,
snooze or watch the cars
struggle in the four wheel
world below. Face it. The
bus is a better trip.
It's the way to go.
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has a four-week drop policy similar to
Students who prefer Ivy League schools
should know that Harvard's drop period
ends the fifth Monday after the beginning of
the term. Any student w ishing to drop or add
a course after the fif th Monday must petition
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Students wishing to remain in the South
will find U Va students have until midterm to
change grading options to pass-fail or to
audit the course. They also have a four-week
drop period and course-dropping fees.
By United Press International
President Carter pledged luesdav that the
United States w ill never use nuclear weapons
except in self-defense and offered to cut the
U.S. nuclear arsenal by 50 percent if the
Russians will do the same.
In an address to the U.N. General
Assembly, the President said a significant
arms limitation agreement is "w ithin sight."
"My country believes that the time has
come to end all explosions of nuclear
devices, no matter what their claimed
justification peaceful or military," Carter
In his speech beginning a two-day round
of talks and consultations, the President also
assumed a direct role in the Middle Fast
negotiations, appealing for "good faith
negotiations" on both sides and reaffirming
the U.S. commitment to Israel's security.
Later he met in separate private meetings
with the Israeli and Igyptian foreign
In his speech. Carter said, "In Strategic
Arms Limitation Talks we and the Soviets
are within sight of a significant agreement on
limiting the total number of weapons and in
' restricting certain categories of weapons of
special concern to each of us.
"We can also start the crucial process of
curbing the relentless march ol technological
development which makes nuclear weapons
even more difficult to control."
Gas deregulation passes
WASIIINGION In a nunc President
Carter termed "an injustice to the woiking
people." the Senate voted 50 to 46 Tuesday
to phase out federal price controls on natural
gas and sent the proposal to the House.
It was the most bitter defeat Carter has
suffered in the Senate on his energy progi am
thus far, and he immediately issued a
statement saying he will veto the bill if it
reaches his desk.
Under the measure offered by Sens.
James Pearson, R-Kan.. and Lloyd Hentsen.
D-Tex. federal controls on new natural
gas would be eliminated in two years and in
the meantime the price ceiling would be
hiked from $1.46 per thousand cubic feet to
The bill also would eliminate controls on
offshore gas in five years.
Carter, who favors somewhat higher
prices for gas but wants to extend federal
controls over them into the intrastate
market, termed the Senate measure
"unacceptable" and vowed "I w ill not sign an
"It is an injustice to the working people of
this country." Carter said.
"I hope and expect a reasonable bill will
emerge from the conference committee and
will be approved by both houses." he said. "I
look forward to signing legislation that
provides adequate production incentives
while protecting the interests of American
Canal treaty confusion
WASIIINGION I he State
Department said Tuesday it may seek
"turther clarification" ot the Panama Canal
agi cement in light ol a Panamanian
negotiator's statement rejecting permanent
U.S. rights to intervene.
Sen. Robeit Pole. R-Kan . released a
State Department cable Irom the U.S.
1 mbassy in Panama which quoted
Panamanian treaty negotiator Carlos Lopez
Guevara as saying "intervention is simply
forbidden by inter national law.
"Panama cannot agree to the right of the
U.S. to intervene." said the cable, which
added that the Panamanian negotiator made
the statement to the U.S. embassy's political
counselor alter last week's Senate l oreign
Relations Committee hearings on the new
Panama Canal tieaties.
I he State Department continued the
existence ol the cable but would not release
the text, saying it was classified. It issued a
"We are assessing the cltects of all these
statements in the light ol the tieaty language
and a statement ol Gen. Omar I ornjos when
the treaties were signed on Sept. 7. with the
view to determine whether further
clarification may be required "
Social Security hike
WASHING ION I he I louse Ways and
Means Committee approved sharp increases
in Social Security pay roll taxes 1 uesday
nearly doubling them by I'or some high
income wor kers in an effort to make the
program financially sound.
In another action, the committee scaled
down a proposed increase in the amount of
wages retired people can earn before losing
part of their Social Security benefits.
the lax increases, approved by a 20-17
vote, would be in addition to Social Security
tax rises already due to go into effect under
existing law beginning next year.
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