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Thursday. February 19, 1981 The Daily Tar Hsel'3
Dy I) KAN I.OWMAN
Inefficient transportation, disposal and
storage of hazardous and radioactive
wastes are problems both waste producers
and the genera! public will face in the near
future, two nuclear power opponents said
Chip Reynolds, program coordinator
for the Nuclear Transportation Project
of the American Friends Service Com
mittee, and John Bernard, member of
the Mayor's Task Force to study nuclear
energy in Chapel Hill, spoke as part of
the Carolina Union's 1931 Symposium
"More than 3 million shipments of
hazardous wastes are made in the United
States each year," Reynolds said. "The
majority of these are low-level producers
of radioactivity, such as smoke detectors."
Reynolds said about 200-250 shipments
produced each year contained highly
radioactive wastes and spent fuel rods
from nuclear reactors. "In fact, the 273
shipments that were made last year con
tained more radioactivity than the total
amount contained in the other ... ship
ments," he said.
Reynolds said the wastes were trans
ported in huge steel, concrete and glass
cylinders. "There are only 17 of these
casks available for use and seven of them
are of the same design," he said. "Be-
cause of inadequate testing, the Nuclear
Regulatory Commission only recently
found out that these seven have started
to develop warps and bulges which could
conceivably leak radiation."
Bernard said many of the spent fuel
shipments were transported through
North Carolina on U.S. 258 and on
Interstates 95, 85 and 20 to the Savannah
River Plant near Aiken, S.C., where
they were stored temporarily.
"One of the problems with this tem
porary "storage," Reynolds said, "is that
many of the plants are beginning to suf
fer from the 'constipated reactor syn
drome." Because these plants have lim
ited storage space, Reynolds said, three"
methods of storage have been proposed.
"First, they can re-rack the spent fuel
rods in order to Fit more material in the
same space; second, they can use
transhipment from Filled plants to plants
that still have available space; third, they
can open a central location for storage.
"None of these possible storage meth
ods helps eliminate the problem, though,
and they all increase the amount of handling
of radioactive materials," Reynolds said.
Three sites now are being considered
as central locations for spent nuclear fuel
storage: Morris, 111., West Valley, N.Y.,
and the Barnwell plant in South Carolina.
Bernard said the West Valley site nearly
filled to capacity had almost been
dropped from the list by the NRC.
lviioot FeierendiMiiio raaos
In last week's elections all the referendums '
passed except number four, which supported
a decrease in the summer student activities fee
by $2 per session and an increase of 50 cents
per fallspring semester.
Referendum one, which passed, required
an undergraduate to leave office once he re
ceived a bachelor's degree. It also gave the
Campus Governing Council the power to, with
the approval of the Board of Trustees or Board
of Governors, and with approval through a
campuswide referendum, determine or alter
student activities fees.
Referendum two, which passed, took away
article four, section 5B.
Passage of the referendum means Elections
Board members now will be appointed by the
Elections Board chairperson, subject to the
approval pf the CGC.
Referendum three deleted the section in
article five requiring the inauguration cere
mony to take place four weeks after the final
election. Referendum five, which also passed,
was in support of a $2 social fee per summer
session to be collected with summer housing
Tho Carolina Union presents
phyllis lamhut dance company
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SAT., February 21
8 pm Memorial Hall
Reserved eeato: $5 for
UNO students, privilege
card holders, and over
i 65; $6 general -public at
Union Box Office B THrf
Plus: one week resi
dency including open re
hearsals Friday and
Saturday 11:30-1:30 pm
in Memorial Hall.
Also: Open Master Class
TODAY (Sign up at Union
A VERY SPECIAL EVENT!
Through this mcsssgs, virtually thousands have
realized Iho call of Jesus Christ cn their lives and hs;v
they can bring practical solutions to tho vcrld's prcb-
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Staff Writer :
The Campus Governing Council
Tuesday approved several amendments
to the elections bylaws and the CGC
bylaws, and made appropriations
amounting to $691.
Under a new provision in the elections
bylaws, the Elections Board is to review
the election districts every two years to
ensure equal representation. If the
report shows a deviation of more than
10 percent, the CGC would then revise
CGC Speaker Cynthia Currin said
Wednesday she supported the revision
because the Elections Board members
would become more familiar with the
districts. . y
"By working with the districts the
members would have a better idea of
what the districts are; they'll know the
width or depth of what they are getting
into," Currin said. "There are a lot of
districts. This way, they can be familiar
with them before the spring elections.'
Another amendment to the elections
bylaws said that financial statements
for referendums must be submitted by
the treasurer or a designated member
of the group petitioning for a referen
dum. The council also approved an amend
ment to the CGC bylaws which defined
residency as the place where a person
actually lives. The laws had stated pre
viously that residency was determined
by the address listed with the Office of
; Records and Registration.
In other action the council approved
a $471 allocation to the North Carolina
Student Legislature to pay for the regis
tration and lodging of NCSL partici
pants. The council approved an appro
priation of $220 to the UNC Advertising
Club to help pay the expenses for par
ticipating in the Associated Advertising
Federation held in April. .
The council passed three resolutions,
the first calling for beer sales to be
allowed at the Carolina Inn and other
University-owned hotels. Another res
olution called for a study of alternate
balloting procedures for the Elections
Board to use in the general elections;
The last resolution recommended that
the Student Health Service be named
after Dr. James Taylor, who will retire
as director of SHS this spring.
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3. Who believed that the penis was connected to tho lungs by tiny
canals which produced erection? ,
a. Leonardo da Vinci b. Sir Isaac Newton c. Freud
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4. If the penis never enters tho vagina during "sex, pregnancy
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5. A woman cannot get pregnant the first time she has
intercourse true or false?
6. You haven't really had intercourse if
a. you were drunk b. you didn't plan it
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COnrJECTrOUM Fob. 23-2G sponsored by tho
Csrclina Union end Tho Human Sexuality Informs
tion end Counseling Servleo
Schedule of Events.
GO!fG THROUGH CHANGES. It's di.McuS to rrcko dscislocs
about ssx whsn you'ro not even euro what you feel. Parcnti,
peers and partners have tecllng which may innuence you, teit
this worichop v;!3 hc!p you explore your own values and assump
tions about sex. -
HOV TO TALK ABOUT SEX. This worshop will focus on da-
veloping tha skins ncad to ovcraoma our awkwardness in 1
talking about ssx to doetors, partners, parents, friends. If ycu
crinsa at tho thought, Cis workshop is for you. " 1
RELIGION AND SEXUALITY. An cpon and candid discussion d
reiiglof) and sexuality with representaSves of Jewish end Christ- j
lan traditions (members cf tho U?C Chaplain's Association), i
TALK V.TTH WE. Caing ttla to comrnunieato end maka deci
slens together are critical skills for tha health cf any
- to Icam theas tkiils. wii cr wi-out a partner.
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