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The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 16, 1981-Page 9

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Reagan
def ends
U.S.
foreign aid

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - President
Reagan assailed the Soviet Union
yesterday as having nothing to offer the
global poor, while he rejected the
claims of "some shrill voices" that he is
tightfisted with America's helping
hand.
Setting the stage for his journey to
Mexico next week for a conference
between 22 industrial and developing
nations, Reagan offered no promise of
boosted foreign aid in the years to come
- though he noted the United States
already gives more than any other
nation.
Instead, he said a greater con-
tribution "is to follow through with our
own economic recovery" coupled with
greater private investment in foreign
trade.

"BY GETTING our own economic
house in order, we win, they win, we all
win," the president said, referring to
the industrial democracies on one hand
and the poorest nations on the other.
The speech, before the World Affairs
Council, broke no new ground. But it
affirmed Reagan's thoughts on inter-
national economics one week before he
meets with 21 other heads of gover-
nment in Cancun, Mexico, to review
relations between the world's rich and
poor.
"For the record," Reagan declared,
"the Soviets will not attend the con-
ference at Cancun. They simply wash
their hands of any responsibility, in-
sisting all the economic problems of the
world result from capitalism, and all
the solutions lie with socialism.

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Daily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM
UNIVERSITY REGENTS GERALD Dunn and Nellie Varner share an umbrella as they watch the groundbreaking
ceremony at the new hospital construction site yesterday.
Ground broken for new hospital

(Continued from Page 1)
Brinkerhoff said the University is
borrowing $60 million in short-term
bond anticipation notes for the project
ecause no money will be received
through State Building Authority bonds
until aall construction contracts finally
are-awarded in 1983.
THE REPLACEMENT hospital
project includes the 11-story main
building, an adjacent ambulatory care
center and renovations to Children's
Psychiatric, Mott and Women's
Hospitals.
eA thermo-retention basin built
en~eath the main building, some
passive solar heating and a computer
controlled heating/cooling system will
make the hospital energy-efficient,
planners say.
T,he lower half of the main hospital
will -be the diagnostic and treatment
center, with three more operating
rooms than the old hospital. New burn
and eye centers are also included in the
plans.
PATIENT ROOMS will be only single
or -double size-no wards will be
*valable, as they are in the old
hospital. The number of beds in the new
hospital will be 40 fewer than the
current capacity (626), in order to com-
ply',with the state-designated limit of
88 8beds for the entire medical com-
plex:
Other modernizations include an
automated cart system to move sup-

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plies and a computerized patient-call
system. A radiology area will be built
on each patient floor, to reduce patient
movement for routine X-rays.
Hospital planners estimate that the
project will provide jobs for 600 to 1,000
workers in the area.
THE REPLACEMENT hospital
project has had a long, complicated
history pf battles to win state ap-
proval and financing.,
In 1979, the state Department of
Public Health approved the project
with a cost ceiling of $210 million after
the University already had scaled down
the original project.
Early this year, however, hospital
planners said the ceiling would force
them to omit certain portions of the
project, which the health department
and the legislature did not want cut.
The University then went through the
public review process again to obtain
approval for an extra $75 million, which
state officials and the health depar-
tment already had endorsed.

The regional public planning agency
rejected the proposed hike this sum-
mer, objecting to the project's
"elaborate scope and costliness," but
the health department gave final ap-
proval for the $285 million project just a
few days after its rejection.

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William Joyce, also known as "Lord
Haw-Haw," was sentenced to death for
treason in 1945. He spent World War II
in Nazi Germany broadcasting
propaganda against Britain. Joyce was
born in the United States but lived in
Britain for 18 years. Despite an appeal
to the House of Lords, Joyce was
executed.

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4t Superlative... this was a brilliant performance
technically and interpretively.9
- The Philadelphia Inquirer

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A NEW WORLD.

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Stanko Horvat: Choral for Strings (1968)
Dvorik: Cello Concerto in B minor
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in E minor
Hill Auditorium
Friday, Oct.16a8:30
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