Extra voltage has no
"Out of order" signs were common sights
last year on copy machines located in
Garden State Copy Co., the New Jersey
based firm that owns the copy machines,
blamed the problem on insufficient voltage.
Sam Boone, director of interlibrary
service, promptly directed the physical plant
to install new lines to the machines in the
library, at a cost to the University of
But despite the extra voltage, the problem
of conked-out copy machines persists.
Boone said complaints about inoperative
machines and machines producing illegible
copies have already started coming in to his
Garden State, Boone said last week, has
not provided the quality of service needed in
a University situation.
The problem, he explained, is that the
Garden State machines cannot handle the
volume required of them.
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"The biggest trouble is that the machines
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servicing," Boone said. "A service man will
come and clean the machines, and in about
an hour they will be out of service again."
Garden State plans to install a new
mechanism in the machines so they will
produce cleaner copies of original material
with fewer breakdowns, said William
Hatter, Garden State district manager.
The new mechanism opens the space
between the two rollers through which paper
flows. In the machines now in use, this space
is so small that it becomes clogged with
carbon, the agent which reproduces
characters on a page, and inhibits the flow of
paper. Hatter explained.
It is this build up of carbon that creates the
dark backgrourd on copies.
Hatter said the new mechanisms should be
installed by the beginning of the next year.
Earlier this year. Garden State said the
improvements would be made in April.
Boone said he hoped the new mechanisms
would satisfy the students' needs.
Hatter said negligent use by students
contributes to some of the problems with the
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machines. "Some students don't dose the
lids on the machines." he said. "When the
lids are open, it lets more light into the
machine. This puts more carbon on the drum
and after a while this buildup breaks the
Machines in the libraries are well-suited
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Garden State Copy Co. collects all
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Bert Lance draws more criticism
WASHINGTON (Ul'l) I lie precarious
political lootinj! beneath Budget Director Hen
Lance crumbled a bit more on the ce ot a week
highlighted by a mid-week presidential news
conference and Lance's long-awaited da in the
Presidential assistant Midge tosi.ma told a
Rochester. N.Y.. television station that Lance
should resign. Carter and Lance aie preoccupied
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No change foreseen in drop policy
Secretary of the acuity Henry C. Boren said
I hursday that the I-acuity Council is not obligated
to reconsider the lour-week drop period adopted
in April 1976.
Boren said there was no formal mention of a
one-year trial period when the new policy was
" I he four-week policy was adopted by the
council and will continue until there is a change
made," Boren said. "It remains in effect."
I'hc 1-aculty Council voted last spring to send a
proposal to extend the drop period to the
Lducalional Policy Committee. The committee
will not present its report until at least October.
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soon alter the hostauc was released unharmed.
Police said more than $ UK.OOOol the ranson for
Annette Adams, I1), had been recovered following
the arrests of Wavne Ciarrity. and Shelhv Ann
Baker. 28. of Statesville.
I hey were arrested at Hickory when the police
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their station wagon into a large trash bin.
Adams was dragged screaming into a stolen car
as she was leaving a Sigma Ny fraternity party on
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according to Mark Appelbaum, a committee
I he Daily Tar Heel incorrectly reported two
figures in its story Thursday on the drop policy.
The number of courses dropped by students after
12 weeks under the four-week system in the fall of
1976 was not 12,176, as reported, but 11.415.
Also, the total number of courses dropped by
students for the entire fall 1976 semester was
11,590, not 11,549 as reported.
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Chapel Hill and UNC officials discussed the
University's contract w ith the town for bus service
Thursday but left the meeting without a signed
John Temple. UNC vice chancellor for business
and finance, said his meeting with Chapel Hill
Town Manager Kurt Jcnne was very productive.
He said he hopes to reach some agreement with the
town concerning the University's level of funding
of the transit system in a meeting with Jenne this
The l'niersity had previously consented to pay
$400,000. including $3.1.000 earmarked for the
C'arrboro route, for transit service under a
contract offered in July.
However, Temple said last week Chapel Hill's
final contract proposal differs from its original
offer. The contract ' has remained unsigned
because it included no fixed-route night service as
u part of the transit system, the vice chancellor
I he town has replaced fixed-route night service
with a shared-ride taxi service that runs from 7
p.m. to midnight within a quarter-mile of any
point on the bus route except Carrboro and the
campus core. Temple has indicated the U niversity
prefers the existence of some fixed-route service.
"We still have some concerns about the evening
service." Temple said alter the Thursday meeting.
"But we expect to solve our problems."
Temple said the town will provide statistics
concerning the taxi serviceata meetingthisweek.
" Their (the town's) feeling is the shared-ride taxi
service is an improvement over last year's aervicc.
Next week they will provide ridership figures to
show how effective it is."
The director of the Chapel Hill Transportation
Department. Bob Godding, told the town
transportation board last week that response to
the new project has been slow. He said the service
is handling an average of 40 riders daily, compared
with the 1W riders who used the fixed-route
service at night last fall. Response to the project
has increased steadily since its initiation, he added.
Godding said the town hopes to promote the
service in an advertising campaign later this
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