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17204
Abstract:
North Carolina and the nation have passed from the old oaken bucket and well to a point where almost every municipality has its impounding basin, water purification plant and distribution system. To deliver water properly treated and free of odor and germs, trained water plant men are essential, and an 8-week summer course offered by the University of North Carolina Department of Sanitary Engineering provides students with detailed, all-encompassing instruction.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 9 Issue 8, Oct 1943, p3-6, 16, f
Record #:
17205
Abstract:
Recreation as well as work is necessary to preserve the balanced individual. Given the wartime slump in morale, a growing realization of the importance of recreation has roused interest in organized recreation throughout North Carolina. Thus has been appointed a State Recreation Committee who have developed a program of games, sports, and crafts for every skill, educational, and economic level.
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Record #:
17203
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Coates takes a look at an analysis of demobilization and the problems that did and can occur during large-scale war efforts.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 9 Issue 8, Oct 1943, p1-2