Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 74
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 74

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 30, 1972
Page 74
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L A Y K K K I ) LOOK FOR FALL Shown by CHS senior Marc Bloom On Aug. 23 improve to provide better services to students and the state. Projects under construction include the first phase of the internationally unique Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system, an addition to the Creative Arts Center and the new College of Law Building. . * · * * OTHER PROJECTS being planned are a Library- Computer Center, Olympic- size swimming pool; a dairy educational and research facility at Reedsville, Preston County; a bull-testing facility at Wardensville, Hardy County; an air strip at the State 4- H Camp at Jacksons Mill, Lewis County; renovation of the old Field House; and modernization of three historic buildings in Woodburn Circle. Because of heavy rains in June and July, PRT construction is slightly behind schedule, 'but officials are hopeful of completing the initial phase_by late October. Work on the $1.9 million CAC addition began last November. The addition should be completed by next February, providing space for ceramics, sculpture and d r a w i n g s t u d i o s , e x - perimental opera and drama theaters, central tape and listening rooms, and instructional theater space. CONCRETE FOOTERS for the foundation of the College « Law building have been Poured. Completion date for the $3.8. million facility is ex- to be in late 1973 or early 1974. It will include general classrooms, seminar rooms, faculty offices, a courtroom-auditorium and a 150,000-volume law library. Final plans and specifications for the swimming pool are expected by mid-August. The pool will be located adjacent to the Coliseum. The Board of Regents has authorized $1.5 million for the facility. Earlier this year a four- story addition to University Hospital was opened. The 19,000 square foot addition includes a 16 bed intensive care unit and enlarged emergency, orthopedic and radiology facilities. Credit Union Office Moving The Kanawha Teachers Federal Credit Union is moving its office to 1596 Lee St., an annex of the board of education offices a t . 2 0 0 Elizabeth St. - Offices were previously . located at Thomas Jefferson Junior High School. The credit union will be in the new offices before school starts Sept. 5. There are. now 1,200 school employees who are members of the credit union. Assets are over $1.1 million. The credit union pays six per cent on. savings accounts. All employes of the board of education are eligible to belong to the credit union, s a i d ' V i r g i l S u m m e r s treasurer. At Open Mon. Fri. 'til 9 p. m. of course! ··{^^·^·l^k. Back to School Savings H^W ^^**y c_j Save 30 to 60% On Famous Name Brands Sizes 3 to 12 4A to C Student Charge Accounts Invited · Calfs · Suedes · Crinkles · Browns · Blacks · Blues · Reds · Greys · Greens · Sports · Dress · Casuals · Clogs · Boots · Hose · Shawls · Belts · Handbags] · Panty Hose You Can · Charge * Bank Americard · Lay-a-Way ·Master Charge »Cash

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