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fm- MHIGAN D AILY

Saturday, August 13, 197

'U' to purchase old St. Joe's hospital

(aotlnoe& fras Pagr I) However, he added that no de-
traasforusiug the hospital its-a a ns on.s x demolition have been
residence hail is sligt. lHe cited. finalized.
high renovation cits as the ma- 'st ppoe prcaein
jor rem ~cludes -over 500,000 square feet
Brinkerhoff said hte expects of floor apace in the hospita
some demolition of the old St. building and three small office
Joseph building to- take place. structures. All hospital lands, in-
=There IS a differencem ,
PREPARE FOR:~
MCAT* DAT* LSAT* SAT
GRE'*GMAT 0OCAT 0 VAT
'it broad angsfprgams provides an mbrefla of test-
trcrkntra tatenable ssto offerttebest prepaation
hi tifno attrwhc oure is take e 0r 38 eears
ot x[ott t o att sucess Small classes.Volumintos
home studty tmatertals Cousss that are constantly up-
tttsnPemen t coters mandays evesings & week.
ensailyearComplete tapefaciltis r review of cass
IFsso o~inrusfsupplemintaryinn'ttarinals liakus
ECFMG 0 FLEX
NAT'L MEDEAL & DENTAL BOARDS
flexible Programs & Hours
Is~rin tarOttEE.CArtfleAacCENTER
Cetr.n01w0S aftt.o'ana tc tinwos TEST PREPAReATON

cluditsg paakiag areas, are pa th0i,,legislativleproessI
of the property pacage. cmpletedl by October 15
RRINKERHWOF said Univer- ON THURSDAY Bri
sity occupation 4f the facility presented .a $t01,000 d
would not occur until November Robert Laverty, executiv
1. tot of the new St. Josepi
The purchase agreement is'Hospital and an offices
subject to legislative review and Sisters of Mercy Hltith
approval. to order for the Ui- ation, the building's
versity to obtain the property, a owes
resolution of the State Legisla- Of that sunm, $1,000 wi
tore's Joint Capital Outlay Corn- to sent the purchase agi
mittee and a joint resolution of while $t1%,000 will pay
te Michigan House and Senate poration's operating cost
mues be passed. property through ratobe
The sale agreement states Under terms ofteagi
Speciarlizing in rfrenshing drinks!
Orange * Peach " Strawberry'* JULIUJ
ALL MADE WITH ACTUAL FRUIT
featuring CHIL DOG 65c
S. UNIVERSITY University Towers BRIARWO
An Ao

must be the Univerity will pay 5&6 m.
5 lion in cash and assume the $2
million remaining debt on t9
akerhoff building.
heck to
e direc- BRINKERHOFF said the Ut
hMercy versity wilt request that l
r of the legislature charge the price
Corpor- the hospital against a $14,0
present million University Hospitalr
placement bond issue.
ras used "We trust that the state leg
reement lature and executive offic
the cor- through the feasibility studi
a on the now being worked on, will re
r i5. ommsend this purchase as ti
reement first phase of the Universi
Hospital replacement program
Brinkerhoff stated..
According to Chris Taylor,S
Joseph Mercy Hospital commi
nity relations officer, the Ut
vriyfirst became interest
J n acquiring the site in 1969,a
though negotiations for the pro
erty heightened this spring
1$ St. Joseph's began preparing
move.
Brinkerhoff said if the prop
ty acquisition is approved by t
legislature increased traffic a
t®OD parking complications would
velop in the area
- '- Regardless of whether
move to St. Jo's, any reuse
thse Medical Center will reqttt
improvement of Fuller and G
des roads," he asserted.
The Regents are expected
officially a p p r o v e the sal
agreement at their regular S
tember meeting. They have
ready discussed plans for
quiring the property in exe
tire sessios.
Sampler,
test
food
quality
tCtinssiini fto t Pne v
were examined for the p
ae o' sugar, or brx The.,
Cltti drained is alm ot ast
erorttin determiniung the 1
dc ' r quality as the to
material. Impurities and r
nat pieces usually float to
top.
LOOKING AT THlE array
green beans n the for
thbleu Frank Chapnick, dis
sales manager for Sextn,
"I cear almost tell which is
poduct." Chapnick at
many such product sampi
throughout the year.
"We'llt take this samplin
oneyoe," Bill Purnell, merc
dise manager for Sexton, a
"Competitive cutting,"
Packett, Monarch Instito'
Foods representative,
quickly.
"Cuting" is the food
try's term for sampling or
flog open cans to obtain
samples.
hospital, housing coopers
and other large instittes
t'boy food in bulk are mstas
lerested in the product s
hog, Purnell said.
And if you believe yq
still do beter shopping.'
supermarket, think again,
"The better product g
commercial buyers, what
get in a grocery store is
nd hand," Chapick said.
A gaucho is, a cowby
Argetina or Uruguay. Lik
North American counte
local stories and ampg.

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much and then drives it's the silence Maybe it would keep him awakek
that kills. Your silence. long enough to have an accidenttkp.yorinsyor BttaI m l'
relatives, and people ym don't even T'he bestway to prevent aN
know. But they're all eople you drnk frOMbIeolning adeaddruok
c d ave.tostophimfr tdrv'-g.,
m ybeyo'd e lssoA sayb Spak u . DonltletsiWe obe
he ~dbe es quet Mabe the last-jnl hears.
fewer pol ol
drive you homne."Ort* cani ------------
cab." r "Sleep on ' N~fVER DIfPT.YOA-I3
Don't hesitate becausYOur~1I doe~Wt toe 'n slt.
friend may have been ci nldngny 'sletwadecnn
bee Ber nd inecabJUt I
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