2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, October
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcement! mutt be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1 00 p m if they are to run the next day Each item will run at least twice.
Tht International Folk Dancers will mtti at 7 p m at the
Studtnt Center of the University Presbyterian Church. "Orifsnt"
(Serbian). "Ki Hivshiloo Eihkolot"(liraeli). and "Jack's Magjot"
(English) will be taught. All itudenti ire invited.
ECOt will present a one-hour videotape of Amory Lovins.
recorded Sept. 26. at 7 )0 p.m. in 20I Bingham Hall Everyone is
welcome, especially those who missed the original preientstion.
Also, a general discussion of ongoing projects will be on the
The Student Speech Communications Association will hold
a brief meeting for elections at 7 p.m. in 106 Bingham Hall.
The Graduate History Society presents Prof. George Makdisi
of the University of Pennsylvania who will speak on "Medieval
Education A Compai ison of Institutions in Islam and the West" at
8 p m. in the Dey Hall Lounge. The public is invited to attend.
lima Club presents an introductory lecture entitled
"Enlightenment Through the TM Program ' at I and 7:30 p.m. in
Room 215, Carolina Union. A preparatory lecture will be held at
7:30 Thursday in the same location. Everyone is welcome.
Career Planning and Placement is offering a fret workshop on
Resume Design at 3 p.m. in 108 Hints Hall.
UNC Common Cause will meet at 7 30 p m in Room 203,
Carolina Union. Fall projects and chapter organisation will be
discussed. All are welcome.
The Wednesday Blbls Study of St John's MCC, Rsleigh. will
be held at 8 p m. in Kaleigh. For meeting place or transportation
call 929-8843 or 7-926.
A French Dinner will be held at 3 30 at the Render-Vous
Restaurant on East Franklin Street.
For all old girl scouts: An organizational meeting of Campus
Gold will be held at 7 p m. in Room 204. Carolina Union. Come
prepared with old songs, new ideas and lots of energy. Call 933
1704 or 942-7237 for more information.
The UNC Tennle Club will meet at 6 30 p m in Room 206.
Carolina Union. The Friday mined doubles wiil be discussed Any
persons interested in joining and becoming paid, participating
members are invited.
The O arm en table will meet at 10 p m. at Hoagies Heroes. All
German speakers are welcome.
The NC Coastal Club will meet at 7 p m in Deep Jonah Plans
for coastal field trips will be finalized.
An inlormal get-together for Social Work Graduate Students
will be held this evening at the Sidetrack
The Department of English and the Graduate English Club
announce a poetry reading by the Irish poet Eilean NiChuilleanain
at 4 p.m. in 223 Greenlaw Hall. Ni Chuilleanain. a lecturer at
Trinity College. Dublin, a appearing by special arringemcm with
her American publiiher. Wake Forest University Press. The public
is cordially invited to attend
A UNC Short Course, "Disk Data Set Usage," will be held at 3
pit in 228 Phillips Hall.
An IRSS Short Course. Polyvrl, will be held at 2 p m in 209
An IRSS Short Course. SAS (Seaalon 2) will be held at 7:30
p.m. in 307 Manning Hall.
PI Seta Phi is pleased to invite the public to a sale of
handwesving and crafts from 1 1 a m to 3 p m. on Hillsborough
Street Funds raised will benefit mountain craftsmen and help
support the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.
Unhreretty Dey, the annual ceremony commemorating the
anniversary of the 1793 living of the cornerstone of the East
Building will be celebrated in a public convocation at 1 1 a.m. in
Cerl N. Schrump, a former POW. will speak at 8 p m in the
second floor lounge ol Granville West. A reception will follow.
The Sodeded Hlepenlce Carollnesa will have a tertulia to
celebrate "El Dia de la Ran" at S p m at He's Not Here on the
village green. All are invited.
The Schtttx Movie Orgy, pan of the Beat Stale Extravaganza
presented by Prlta Epulon fraternity. Schhtz and the Union
Cohen charges local Democrats with scare tactics
By DAVID STACKS
A group of conservative Orange County
Democrats has used "scare tactics" in attempting
to prevent UNC students from registering to vote
in Orange County, a Democratic party official
said in a letter to the editor of the Daily Tar Heel
"1 guess if some people can't w in w ith the truth,
they start making things up," Gerry Cohen, voter
registration chairperson for the Orange County
Democratic party, said in the letter.
"They (members of the Orange Committee) are
trying to tell some students that if they register to
vote in Orange County, their parents will not be
able to list them as a tax deduction," Cohen said.
"This is a total falsehood," he said.
The Orange Committee is the group of
SG plans Oct. 25 forum on 1-40
The UNC Student Government will sponsor a
public forum on the Interstate 40 corridor planned
to run through Orange County at 9:30 p.m. Oct. 25
in Hamilton Hall.
Tentatively agreeing to speak at the forum arc.
Dr. Joseph Straley "of the UNC physics and
astronomy department; B. B. Olive, coordinator
of Orange County opposition to the highway; Don
Cox, a member of the local coalition fighting the
planned corridor; Dr. Robert Bonar; and State
Highway Administrator Billy Rose.
Straley will speak on the highway's likely
impact on the energy crisis, Olive on various issues
the coalition has been bringing before the public,
Cox on the impact on the area's water supply, and
Bonar on the highway's effect on Orange County
planning. Rose will present the state Department
of Transportation's side of the story.
All of the speakers except Rose are against the
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Coming Friday and Saturday
Recreation Committee, will be held ai 7 p m, in the Great Hall.
Interested members of the North Carolina Student
Legislature are asked to attend a workshop on parliamentary
procedures and constitutional amendments at noon in Room 202.
Eckenkav, Emerald Stale Sataang Society, will hold an open
discussion group at 7:30 p.m. in Room 206, Carolina Union. The
discussion is open to alt interested individuals.
The Flret Collegiate Baeemeaters will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the
Seminar Room of Hinton James Dorm. Tournament site, date,
and time will be discussed. Anyone interested in fishing is welcome
The UNC Selling Club will have a meeting at 7 30 p.m. in the
South Gallery Meeting Room, Carolina Union. This meeting is
only for those students who wish to help with or sail in the Duke
Regatta on Saturday Drivers to Kerr l ake are also needed.
A meeting of the Carolina Indian Circle will be held at 7:30
pin Thursday in the V-Building Elections will be held.
The UNC Water Pok) Club will play Thursday night at Duke.
All players are asked to meet at the pool at 5: 30. Anyone is
The gay rep group sponsored by Raleigh MCC will meet ai 8
p m. Thursday in Raleigh. For meeting place or information call
929-8843 or 832-1582.
A meeting of the 1(71 Walk lor Humanity Organizing
Committee will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Campus Y
Building. Everyone interested in the walk should attend For more
information call ttk Campus V Office.
The International Center Coffee Hour will feature a slide
show on Gottingen, West Germany, at 3 p.m. Thursday in the
International Center in Bynum Hall. German pastries and coffee
will be served.
A free reading period for Caroline Reedere will be held at 7:30
p m. Thursday in 103 Bingham Hall. Please bring a reading of no
more than three minutes that you would be comfortable sharing
with the group.
Triangle Area Coalition of the Mobilization for Survival, an
anti-nuclear power, nuclear weapons group will meet Thursday in
the Durham Friends Meeting House at 404 Alexander Ave For
more information call 929-9962 or 967-7244. Everyone is welcome.
Mature adult students will meet at 8 p m Thursday in Room
202-204 Carolina Union. All students whoare35or older are urged
William Spencer, coordinator for the National Academy lor
Peace and Conflict Resolution Campaign, will ipeak at 8 p m
Thursday in Gerrard Hill. His talk will be open to the public and
will be sponsored by the Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense.
A Young Socialist Forum on the topic of "Socialism and
Democracy" will be held at 7:30 p m. Thursday in the South
Gallery Meeting Room of the Carolina Union. Gary Sage of the
Raleigh Socialist Workers Party will make the presentation at the
forum, which is sponsored by the UNCYoung Socialist Alliance.
Emy Reeves will be performing in Deep Jonah at 8 p m
Thursday. Hot apple cider and other refreshments will be sold
Bring your own beer or wine. No cover charge.
The Beat State Extravaganza, a day of fun. is scheduled for
2 30 to II p m. Thursday on Carmichael Field. The Drifters band
will hold an outdoor concert, pep rally, and the Carolina Olvmpics
will be held. All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society.
TOPIC, a new campus speaker scries designed with the graduate
student in mind will present its fust speaker, Terry Maddox of the
Graduate Fellowship Office, at 8 pm Ihursday in the Green
Room of Craige Residence Hall Maddox will speak on "Where the
Daphne Athae will read from a forthcoming novel at 8 p m.
Thursdsy in 300 New West. All are wrlcome.
The UNC Juggler Association will meet at 4 p.m. Thursday
by the Old Well Beginners are welcome.
Everyone is welcome to attend the Chrletlen Science
politically active Democrats from northern
Orange County that unsuccessfully petitioned the
N.C. Board of Elections last spring, asking that
the names of 2,000 UNC students be purged from
voter registration books.
The Orange Committee said a student should
not be allowed to register to vote until he has
established his intent to live in the county after
Orange Committee member Bill Ray confirmed
that the group uses the tax exemption argument
Cohen addresses in his letter. But Ray denied any
knowledge of committee members app oaching
students or their parents about the possible tax
"If a student's parents claim him as a deduction,
the student is supposed to have a domicile at his
parents' home," Ray said. "We have been told by
someone in authority that this is the case."
highway project, but will present dtlferent views.
"I don't want it to be a pro-con forum," said
Mark Payne, a Student Government executive
assistant and a member of the 1-40 coalition
opposed to the highway. "I want it to be a public
Payne explained that the forum's structure
would be informal with each of the five speakers
allowed to make a presentation before the forum is
opened to questions from the public.
Payne added that he is hoping to find someone
to speak on the highway's possible effects on Duke
Forest. A slide presentation of the area where the
corridor will run also is possible, he said.
Student Government may also initiate petitions
and letter-writing campaigns on behalf of the 1-40
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featuring: Hisa Station
Organization meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday in the South Gallery
Meeting Room Carolina Union. Effective healing prayer will he the
subject of the meeting.
Prof Peter A W l ewis from the Naval Postgraduate School in
Monterey. Calif ., will speak on Models for Poaltlve-Valued and
Discrete Tame Serle at 3 p ut Friday in 234 Phillips Hall All are
invited. A coflee hour will be held from 2;.10to 3 p.m. in 102 Phillips
Sonehlne, Christian M usic with a difference, will be presented
by the Cornerstone Coffeehouse at 8 p m Friday, in the Catholic
Church of St. Thomas More.
The Grad Brothers of Omega Pal Phi Fraternity, Inc., will
sponsor the October Affair 77 at 9 p.m. Friday in Great Hall,
Carolina Union Music for this exclusive night is provided by
"Liquid Pleasure." Tickets are $1.50 at the door.
WXYC, 89.3 FM, is sponsoring a Bluegraee Festival from 5 to
midnight Saturday at the Forest 1 heaire 1 ickets are on sale at the
Carolina Union Desk for SI.
The Pleymakere Repertory Company (PRC) preaenta Peter
Shatler'e play Equui Oct. 13 through 30 at H p m on 1 ucsdays
and Saturdays and at 2 p.m. Sunday. Extra performances have also
been added at 8 p m. on Sunday. Oct 23. at 2 p.m. on Wednesday.
Oct 26. For more information call the box office at 933-1 121.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The deadline for entries lor the fall issue of the Cellar Door is
Saturday, Oct 15. Poems, short stories and graphics can be
submitted to cither Box 22 at the Union Desk or the Cellar Door
Office. 205 Y Building
. The Chapel Hill Parka and Recreation Department is in need
of coaches for its girls basketball league Anyone interested in
workingwithyounggirlslparents.sludents.etc lis welcome to help
out. For further information contact Cindy Solic at 929-1111, ext.
Free portraits for the 1978 Yackety Yeck will be taken by
Stevens Studios Oct. 24 through Nov 4 All students should make
appointments any weekday at the U nion between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.,
at the Y-Court between 9 a.m. and I pm. or by calling 933-1259
between I and 5 p.m.
AHPAT (Allied Health Professions Admission Test)
applications must be received in New York City on Oct. 22 (allow
one week for delivery). Students applying to transler into the
physical therapy program at ECU need this test tor admission
consideration Applications may be obtained in 101 Nash Hall.
The Reference Servlcea Staff at the Health Sciences Library is
now offering short classes twice a month on using the library
effectively and on inlormation sources in specific fields. These
seminars will be held every second and lourth Tuesday of the
month from 9 to 1 1 am in the History Room (second floor of the
library) and the schedule lor the remainder ol 1977 follows. Class
size for each session is limited: therefore, leiervations should be
made in advance.
Centurlng-Venturlng: A Planning Proceaa for Creatively
Muddling Through Llle and Work is a free mini-course on career
and life planning offered by the Career Planning and Placement
Office. Students interested in participating can call Jane Kendall at
933-6507 or come by 21 1 Hanes Hall.
Chapel Hill and surrounding area businesses are invited to
participate in the thud annual Home and Garden Show at
Northgate Mall. Feb. 23 through Feb 25 1 hose individuals
wishing to take part should contact Glenn Gravilt. show
chairperson, at 222 Northgate Mall. Durham.no later IhanOct. 15.
The State-North Carolina Football Game may be sold out.
but you still have a chance to go. Members of the Toronto
Eachange are selling chances for 50 cents, and the lucks winners
will get tickets as well as a case of Coors hecr. The drawing will he
held at noon on Thursday in the pit. hut you need not be present to
The first annual Carolina AFROTC Paper Airplane Conleat
is coming Oct. 14 Look for it.
The Chapel Hill Public Library w ill h.uc 90OO books, donated
b) local residents, for sale from 10 a.m to 4 p m. New groups of
books will be there to choose from.
The N T E. (National Teecher Exam) applications must be
received in Princeton. YJ.. by Oct. 20. Registration forms are
available in 103 Peahody and 101 Nash Hall. These exams are
required for certification in North Carolina.
Anyone interested in running for president, vice president,
secretary, or treasurer of the newly formed Aaaociation of
Bualneaa Students please call Paul Arne at 933-5201 soon.
Elections will be heldat3'30p m. Tuesday in the third-floor faculty
lounge of Old Carroll Hall.
Ray refused to reveal the source of the
Ray denied knowing of Orange Committee
members approaching students or their parents
about the possible tax consideration.
However, one UNC student has told the Daily
Tar Heel that Ray himself approached her parents
about the disputed tax exemption.
The source, whose parents live in rural Orange
County, said Ray told the students' father that the
family would lose the student as a tax exemption
because the student was registered at school, not in
Fayetteville as his local address for the
Stapleton is more concerned w ith what the
overwhelming publicity has done to his
mother's spiritual work, however.
"People are going to her now because of
her connection with the President," he said.
"She may have to quit for a year."
He shifts around in his chair and lightly
fingers the table. He is uneasy discussing his
own spiritual convictions.
His face reddens as he acknowledges a
belief in reincarnation and extra-sensory
"It says in the Bible that we must be like
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By MICHAEL WADE
The Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen voted
unanimously Monday night to intervene in
Southern Bell Telephone Co.'s plan to request a
rate increase at a State Utilities Commission
hearing Dec. 8.
The resolution to intervene was proposed by
Alderman Gerry Cohen, who told the board that
Southern Bell should be able to show the
commission that extra costs are justified.
Cohen said he felt Southern Bell's request to
increase the cost of turning on a phone already
hooked up from $20 to $49, and of installinga new
phone from $24 to $72, were not justified in
Laketree developers petition
for reversal of project denial
Laketree developers Sylvia Rodin and
Gertrude Groten filed a petition Tuesday in
Orange County Superior Court asking that
the Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen's denial
of the project be reversed.
The petition asked the court to nullify the
board's decision and grant building
applications to the developers.
In a related development, Town Manager
K urt Jenne said in a memorandum to Mayor
James C. Wallace and the board that the
failure of Art Berger, town development
coordinator, to release a document reporting
a New York civil ruling against Eugene
Rodin, husband of the developer, was poor
Berger withheld that document in the
town's general Laketree file because he did
not feel it had a bearing on the merits of the
Laketree proposal, Jenne said.
Berger received the document more than a
Due to cloud cover, the Constellation
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the precinct where the family lives.
"1 was very upset about it," the student said.
"My family can't afford to lose me as a tax
The student said Ray has known the family for
Evelyn Lloyd, a member of the Orange County
Board ol Elections, said she had received a
complaint concerning Ray's action in the matter.
"1 don't know anything at all about what Ms.
Lloyd said." Ray said. "But I certainly had no part
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Jesus to enter heaven, and he was perfect.
We keep being born again until we reach that
state," he said.
"It really bothers me when I hurt someone.
If I have any morals, that is it. You pay for
what you do in another life.
"I do not like anything around my neck. If
you grab my neck or pull my tie, 1 panic.
After I got into this 1 met someone else who
could not wear a tie at all. He found out that
he had been hung in a previous life.
"There is a guy in Texas that you can send
your name and history to. He says he can
plug into the collective consciousness and
tell you about your previous lives."
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Bell to justify increase
Chapel H ill because of its large turnover of phones
here. He said University officials had told him that
the actual cost of hooking up a phone is from $12
"It seems that Southern Bell has a different
accounting system," Cohen said. "I don't know
what they're accounting for."
"I am sure that if people have to pay $50 to get
their phones turned on, there are going to be a lot
Cohen said several cities have intervened in
telephone company rate-increase requests on
behalf of consumers. He cited Durham's
intervention in a General Telephone Co. request
as a recent example.
The board authorized Town Attorney Emery
year ago from a lawyer in a New York civil
case whose clients were trying to collect $ 1 .2
million from Rodin and others for alleged
land fraud, Jenne said.
The recent release of that document led to
an investigation by Mayor James C. Wallace
that found Rodin was sentenced to five1 years
probation after pleading guilty to second
degree larceny in a related New York
The proposed Laketree community would
cover 387 acres in an area adjacent to U.S.
501 south of Chapel Hill.
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Needs new battery plus few minor repairs.
Otherwise good condition. Great for around
town. 967-7946 after 4:30 p.m.
PART-TIME OPENINGS: Alcoa Aluminum has
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$5.00hr. to start. Apply today at the Carolina
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OPEN AUDITIONS before live cameras. 5 male
and 2 female actors needed. Independent project
associated with RTVMP Dept. Thursday, Oct. 16,
7 -to 10 p.m. Studio 1, Swain Hall.
ADDRESSERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY!
Work at home no experience necessary
excellent pay. Write American Service, 8350 Park
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WANTED: STRONG ARMED young person -$3.00
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ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Looking for
a part-time job with good income, flexible
hours, and real experience with a careeT
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penny to represent the town at the commission's
public hearing in Raleigh.
In other action, the board approved a request by
the Delta Tau Delta fraternity to close Pickard
Lane on Oct. 21 to hold an all-campus party to
publicize North Campus fraternities. By a 5-4
vote, the board allowed the street closing from
5;30to 10:30 p.m.
The fraternity had asked that the street be
closed from 6 p.m. to I a.m. Alderman R. D.
Smith questioned whether the party could be held
"at a more reasonable time" since the fraternity is
located in "an essentially residential
Mayor James C. Wallace, who cast the deciding
vote to pass the resolution, said the party would
give the police a chance to test a new decibel meter
which would be used to enforce a new noise
ordinance proposed by Alderman Marvin Silver.
The board will discuss that proposed ordinance at
its next meeting Oct. 24.
Silver told the board that the town's present
noise ordinance is basically unenforceable. Under
Silver's proposed ordinance, the police
department would purchase two sound-level
meters which would measure the intensity of any
sound 75 feet from its source such as a live band. If
the sound exceeds a designated level, the police
department could require that the noise be
Under the guidelines proposed by Silver, noise
levels would be established by the board. Different
levels would be established for certain times and
days. Slightly higher levels of noise would
probably be permitted for weekends.
Police Chief Herman Stone said the proposed
ordinance could be enforced more easily than the
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