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In the area of capital improvements, $9.1 million
has been allocated for new buildings, additions, or
Improvements over the next two years. Cordon H.
Rutherford, director of the University's planning
office, said Monday in The Chapel Hill Newspaper
that Ctepel Hitfs capital improvements request
was approximstsly $120 million for El projects.
Approximately 13 percent of this goal was realized
as the University received $3.1 .million for four
prefects, which are described below.
. $7.7 million for the replacement of chemistry
teaching laboratories. A site for the new building
has not yet been determined, but It probably will
be located near Kenan Laboratories, sakJ Dr. Royce
Murray. Murray cited problems with the laboratories
in Venable Hall as the reason for a new building.
He described the old labs as "very old. out-of-date,
in serious need of repair...." :
"We're limited in what we can teach in them for
reasons of safety," he said. "The new space will
allow us to teach a better curriculum."
Whereas Venable houses not only the under
graduate laboratories, but administrative offices,
the chemistry library, faculty offices, graduate re
search offices, and other establishments, the new
building is for laboratories only, described by Murray
as "a genuine undergraduate laboratory building
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The board allocated $430,000 for the planning of .
the new building, and Professor James Coke will ,
be the chemistry faculty member working with
architects in designing the building, Murray said.
"I think he (Coke) is very experienced with the
working of undergraduate labs and knows whaf s
needed," Murray said.
An architect has not yet been chosen (the Board
of Trustees makes that decision), but once one has .
been chosen, the building will probably take 2Va
to three years to complete, Murray said.
$997,000 for the construction of a new elec
trical substation. Robert S. Peake, director of Unr
versify Utilities, said, "We are running out of the
capacity to serve the University due to the addition
of new buildings. We need an additional supply."
Peake said a second substation was needed close,
to the point of demand, which is South Campus.
Peake said the substation will be located near Old
Mason Farm Road, just beyond the N.C. Botanical
Cardens and just before the OWASA treatment
$250,000 for roof repairs.
. $75,000 for Occupational Safety and Health
Act and Earrier Removal Projects. This includes
such things as ramps for the handicapped, ade
quate restroom facilities, and firesmoke alarms.
In the area of health affairs, the total approved
expenditures for 1931-82 totals $56.7 million. Of
this figure, $49.6 million was allocated as a general
fund appropriation. Health affairs includes such
institutions as the medical school, the dental
school, pharmacy school, nursing school, and the
public health school. Following is a summary of
the health affairs budget breakdown: ,
$45 million for regular term instructions.
' $6 million for physical plant operations.
$1.1 million for operation of libraries.
Area education centers
The division of area health education centers
was allocated $18.3 million. This institution, directed
by the School of Medicine, includes the Health
Manpower Program. Dr. Leon M Ennis, finance
officer, described AHEC as a program "which pro
vides the distribution of health services throughout
CCKANKAX announces a free introductory talk. "Eckankar,
an Ancient Spiritual Pathway." 4 p.m., 204 Carolina Union.
CW? Forum program will sponsor "Mitterands's Election in
France and What it Means for. Us." 7:30 p.m. at Cesar
CauseMithael Nathan Memorial Bookstore. 951 t. Main St..
Durham. The featured speaker will be Lucy lewis of the Com
munist Workers Party. U.S A.
Jar Heel Staffers prepare to see films of last night's party at
an'early morning breakfast at the home of the Royal Family.
Films include "The O S.A F. Loses His A" and "I Can't Cet
Enough of Calendar." . '
- COMING IVINTS
The Student Health Service will be open for "emergencies
only" Monday. Aug. 17, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Evening and night hours
will be as usual
The no River State Park will be sponsoring nature walks
every Saturday throughout August at 10 a m. The hike will
begin at the park office located at the etnd of Cole Mill Road eft
tension in Orange County and no fee will be charged. Call
383-1686 for more information
ITEMS OF INTEREST
American Athesist Center New will appear on Village
Cable's Public Access channel S. The date and time will be an
nounced in Channel S's program guide. The series is presented
by UNC-CH American Atheists. Interested people may write to
American Atheists. P O. Box 416. Chapel Hill.
The UKC Outing Club meets each Monday at 7 p m. in the
Forest Theatre. A Volleyball game will follow the meeting. New
members are welcomed. Rain location is in the Carolina Union.
The Daily Tar Heel begins publishing Monday, Aug 24 The
Tar Heel ceases publication today until next summer Have a
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Please notify the DTH office immediately if
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WANTED: NON-SMOXING MALES as subject in paid
F.PA breathing experiments on the UNC-CH campus.
Pay is $5.00 per hour. We need healthy mates age 1S-43
with no ai!erg!es or hay fever. Call Mon-Fri 8-5 for more
Information 965-1253. s
BECKER'S ELECTRONIC needs a customer relations
person from 1 pm to 6 pm Monday Friday. Knofled.
of electronic parts and repair desired. CaU Jack t.'
PART-TIME SECRETARY NEEDED for Gradual? rJ
Professional Student Federation. Typing skiL's req;e J.
FleRfbW hours. Position available immediately and con
tinues through Spring 19S2. If Interested, write: GPSF;
Box 25 Carolina Union. -
DISHWASHER NEEDED for UNC sorority for 1531-2
academic year. 123u.eek. plus lunch and dinner. Call
House Director at 9424C21 for more Information.
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WILL EUY NEW AND USED LPS (Rock, Classical,
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keep trying. 8 am-12 after 5.
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TATLCOS ASOASD JIIICTI Coerata oa
aarvfviag your first paper 1 aaa qaltiissg
tla and JL Now coiatt oriastatloa l0k
tag forward to It? LAC & F3.
TO LIVELY, KD, MCA; (yes, that's you editor ess, news
editoress, and CCD sex symbol). Thanks for a great
summer. You have been the best roomies. ILY. MO.
JOHN. KEITH. KEVIN, KIM, LUCY, RACHEL, SCOTT
AND TOM: You great people have made the summer
Tar Heel worth it. HI miss the Tuesday jokes, mud
wrestling parties and popcorn fights. Thanks for a great
LIVELY, It's been BRAVE of you to stand guard with me
in the backshop all summer. 1 couldn't have done It
without you. The Heel will never be the same. Merd and
mucho gracias for everything, the Rascal.
ERIGHTEST AND BEST, most creative O.S.A.F., we
know it's been a long, hot summer thanks for going
the distance. We couldn't have kept It up without you.
Remember, Lucy may be gone this fall but the Atlantic
Isn't so hard to get over and two of us will be counting on
you. Don't let us down. Royally yours, the Horror, the
Pun is. her and the Rasc&L
HEY TED. MARGARET. TERRI. SUSAN,
JACKIE, AND SHERRY: Thank God this la the
last Summer Tar Heel, huh? Thanks billions for all
the hard work y'&Il put In (especially with the great
pay). 1 really appreciate everything. Where eke
could Tuesday nights be so vulgar and crude?
(You have to forgive Keith. Scott and CL3 too
you know those male sex objects). Take care and
have a great fall semester! Love, Rachel,
DEAR O.S.A.F. (ALIAS K.K. Here's to beer
Kjhts, jldvful antagonisms, popcorn Chts, late
fares, mud swelling and mega-pancakes, Sure
hope you can keep that sex symbol status (hat
Wr;i! Always decadent, the Tunlvher."
LUCE, hears to bevrr breasts, mud wrestl.'nt. floppy hats
and setting for less. Have kin la Spain OSAF.
CATTORD LIFEGUARD: Ilera' ih ad
yois'va been wantieg. I!op yosi eaa taka a
break aad parry daring the year. The Laaky
KUDWnSSTUNO NEW3 EDITOR: T&a beer
down tm abirt was a claaslc bat we're all
lookiaa forward to th atoriaa fro as flpalai
Cbaoxioaa Fboto Editor.
CDV.'RIA: Yor silRa aa editor were accept
able bat your eartlee asade it all wortli w tlla.
I hope yoa keep the U-desk la a pitrtyiea
saood. Head P&otog.
PAULA Caazrats on yoar aaeva up la tlbe
world er aboaU wa consols yoa after a few f
tkaaa 1 asa qalttlass. Ilaag ta tStere! LAC
JANE M. If ha3 of the old duo will not return your calls,
the other half win. If able, call tonight. 912-1437. The
one with no trunk key.
ALL THE MONEY In the world couldn't make up for the
lousy working conditions at this rag. Just kidding. Ed,
DAH "RASCAL" E.B. AND "HORROR
L,IIa well, It'a bee a real. Car sssiatf f
decadaaca aad ! -arlsy U oer. I law caa
we forget calsadar Jakee, Z2 aad iaasata
r-Sts, whipped creaas, beer-a-cleava -e.
lUIiVe le-s, wild badets, toe tag aad Jalca
ro7 Kot ta etloa cok-tt water
b.ll'Oeaa asid paacky Taaa. a!j!kta. LJLt
!on't yoa aad Pu&tar act:! fr Is aext
yeart i"U blow It oat oa ta 22ad (evea
Asa 1U be tliereT) Take care aad aever toee
tl.t Lasaalry. Love, tm former oesaloteat
editor of isaacf copv.
WELL, it's been a food summer sUS! Tm glad you've
been around! LAC.
LLT.VY WOOD! Have a good year In that faraway land.
Well miss yxt, LAC
IV. LIVELY. HICA Ar.D trTXDYi 23 Rsstler baa
der;sls- bewa tie best (lace fa be tile nnmtr.
TLastka for anallsg It creat. Loee ad CUUr
foe rer. HD.
2AThe Tar HeelThursday, August 6. IC31