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by Lynn Smith
The Ridgefield Day Care Center,
which presently cares for 34
underprivileged children while then
parents work, needs a minimum of
$2,500 to continue its services through
The Center provides babysitting, two
well-balanced meals a day and an
educational environment. Estimated cost
of providing this care" for 35-40 children
per year is $33,400.
The Bingley Baptist Church and the
Chapel Hill Housing Authority donate
rent-free building - space, r All utilities
except telephone are also provided.
The Community Church and the
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Community Chest
have been the principal supporters during
the past year. The Chapel Hill Rotary
Club, Dr. and Mrs. Henry Latane, Chi Phi
Fraternity, Delta Tau Delta Fraternity
and Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity have all
contributed over $ 1 00.
In spite of good community support
the center is having trouble meeting costs.
Salaries for the five full-time employes
and a part-time janitor use almost all of
the available funds, leaving little to cover
food costs and other supplies.
The center charges anywhere from $26
to $85, depending, on family income and
the number of children in the family,
i Monthly expenses are running
approximately $500 beyond monthly
A grant of $3,000 from the Chapel
Hill-Carrboro Community Chest for the
year 1972 ensures a more workable
budget next year, but an absolute
minimum of $2,500 is needed to
Anyone who would like to help the
Ridgefield Center continue its services
should call 942-7033 or 967-4226 or
write to Dr. James Littlefield, co School
of Business, UNC.
Thursday, June 17, 1971
The Tar Heel
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Thurs. Fri. Sat.
The Tar Heel is published each
Thursday afternoon during the
summer sessions by students of the
University of North Carolina.
Offices are located on the first floor
of the Carolina Union.
Business office hours are 10:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through
Thursday. The deadline for placing
an advertisement in the paper is 2
p.m. Tuesday preceding
publication. The phone number for
the business staff is 933-1 1 63.
by Susan Miller
The Summer School Board of Student
Government passed the remaining part of
the summer sessions budget Monday
The budget, excluding the Tar Heel
figures passed last week, totals $5,780,
leaving an unappropriated balance for
Budget items considered and passed at
the meeting were: Section 2-Summer
School Athletic League, $350; Section
3 - State Affairs Forum, $400; Section
4- Executive Branch,.. $4,650; Section
5 - Attorney General, $120; Section
6- Honor Court, $30; Section
7- Television Maintenance, $150; and
Section 8 -Residence College Federation
Attending the meeting were Student
Body President Joe Stallings, Treasurer
Donnie Dale, RCF Chairman Steve
Saunders, Publications Board Chairman
Charles Gilliam, Joel Edwards, Robert
Grady, Steve LaTour, Alan Nagle, Cathy
Rothe, Lanny Shuff and Robert Wilson.
Provisions in the budget causing
dissent were, under the executive branch
section, the president's scholarship,
treasurer's scholarship and president's
Disagreement arose when Grady
proposed an amendment to raise the
president's scholarship sum from $800 to
$900 and the treasurer's scholarship sum
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Saunders questioned the advisability
of paying scholarships of this type at all. .
He said elected officials should not be
paid for extracurricular activity.
Saunders also doubted students would
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Nagle, LaTour and Grady argued that
money used for such scholarships is
money well invested. The offices of
treasurer and president are filled by
students whose time is in constant
demand. Time spent in performing duties
of the offices prevent the students in the
position from holding other jobs, said
According to Grady, electioneering
and office-holding will be limited to the
rich if these scholarships are not
However, he said, "a line has to be
drawn somewhere" due to the limited
funds. He then suggested a Section 5
amendment, eliminating the attorney
general's scholarship. He said the attorney
general had not received any salary in the
Shuff questioned the right of the
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summer board to "subvert the expressed
desire of Student Legislature."
Legislature said during the regular year
the positions of president and treasurer
were important jobs and honors which
should not be salaried.
Nagle replied the summer government
was just as legal now as SL was then.
Wilson concurred, saying the two bodies
were twc different realms of authority.
The amendments to the sums for the
president and treasurer scholarships were
passed. The amendment eliminating the
attorney general's scholarship also passed.
Disputes also arose concerning the
president's discretionary fund,
particularly over Stallings' desire to allot
$750 for social activities and projects for
on- and off-campus students.
Saunders was concerned that Stallings
was "asking for trouble" in taking on the
new task of deciding what groups can use
Income for the Board's expenses
comes from summer students' fees.
Starlings emphasized money spent by the
Board must be for summer students. Any
surplus would be used next summer.
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