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Monday. November 15. 1971
Responds to memorandum
lilts student fee policy
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The Daily Tar Heel
by Jessica Hanchar
Student Body President Joe Stalling
Sunday raised several objections to the
present University student fees policy,
citing "specific administrative problems"
arising from "the added needless step in
the bureaucracy created by the new
H.s objections came in response to a
memorandum from Ki-hdrd H. Robinson,
!Jar - care
by William March
When university employes went on
tj'kc two years ago, the women
employes -.'.id r-r.e of their greatest needs
v..i , i low-ioit J ay-care center.
Marr. o! tln.se women employes were
heu'K o! h-t;sch'-ld they had to work
-'ipporl their young children. But
because of ih :r limited incomes, they
; uld not pay to have someone take care
of their children during the day.
At that time, a women's liberation
group on campu submitted to the
!:r!i'. ' 1 1 a proposal for such a day-care
cei.ter, askir.2 u of a vacated campus
If: 'ini-. isity denied their request for
he bu.l 1 :: but they started the center
anyway. I he Community School for
People Under Six now operates in the
ha. em i:s of the First Baptist Church in
A' O'vt glance, it doesn't look
i!!' pr . -rve. 'I here is a large main room,
ui.illy pretty noisy since people under
Ms ie not nred for quiescence and a
But because :t houses 40 people under
six who probably wouldn't have
anywhere else to go all day. its
contribution to the community is
I he school takes tuition on an
ability-to-pay basis. The fees they charge,
An extra showing of "A Preview of
Carolina Basketball with Dean Smith" has
been scheduled for ( p.m. on Thursday
Nov. IS. The original S p.m. show has
I he presentation is sponsored by the
Carolina Union Recreation Committee,
and will include a preview of the coming
season, filmed highlights from last year's
N.I.l". with comments by Dean Smith,
anil a question and answer period.
Alan Mann, chairman of the Union
Recreation Committee, said yesterday,
"With the upcoming season, typical UNC
enthusiasm, and the high pre-season
unkings, we want students to become
more a part of the team earlier in the
season through thi activity."
1 he show is free, but tickets must be
picked up at the Union information desk.
assistant to Consolidated University (CU
President William C. Friday, to all CU
student body presidents asking for
objections to the policy.
Student Government funds from
student activities fees are presently kept
in trust fund accounts by the University
administration. From 1932 until last
February, however, the money was kept
in a bank account operated by the
Student Activities Fund Office.
The University argued the new system
for an H a.m. to 5 p.m. program including
two hot meals, range from S30 to S75 per
month. Most of the families involved pay
Hie school is still struggling to survive
financially. It is presently almost S700 in
debt and must pay off its debts to qualify
for U.S. Department of Agriculture food
Patti Paddock, one of the seven paid
staff members at the school, is a graduate
student in special education. "As far as I
know," she said, "we are the only center
in town that operates on an ability-to-pay
basis, and the only one that serves
"Last year, three-fourths of our
children were from fatherless homes. This
year, more than a third are. Many of the
mothers would have to quit work or
discontinue their educations if it weren't
for this center."
Miss Paddock said the school must
turn down a lot of applicants "because of
lack of money and staff members."
Not all of the staff members are paid,
however, and the school badly needs
more volunteers to take care of the
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"was the only way the University could
be accountable for that money," Stalling
said. "Since they collected the mor.e.
they felt they hd to know where it
If any objections were raised.
Robinson told the presidents in the
memorandum, he proposed a meeting
w here the presidents could discuss the
objections. At that meeting, the
presidents would decide which objections
to take to the Executive Committee of
"Besides providing a day-care center."
said Paul Jackson, a UNC senior and stall
member, "we are trying to provide an
atmosphere that will orient these children
Jackson said many of the children
have "seen their fathers leave home for
good, and their mothers have to go to
work every day. Some of them, as a
result, feel insecure about thier adult
But Jackson described the children as
"on the whole, very healthy, nearly all of
He especially wants to help the black
children there to learn self-respect as
blacks, and though he has worked there
only three months, says he has already
seen tangible success.
At this point several groups of people
under six, who had been outside for thier
daily constitutional, exploded back into
the room. Conversation became a little
"Eventually," Miss Paddock said,
"we'd like to move the school into a
larger building and begin to accept older
children. But right now we're still fighting
just to stay in operation."
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the Board of Trustees, Rob:r.?or. s:d.
The Executive Committee upheld the
administration's policy July o but s:d :
objections were raised aga;ns: it.
"The present policy do
rev ie wine ar.d reconsideration."
He outlined three main cb;ec:n to
the present policy.
"First of a!!. I do r.r: tee! all o: the
alternatives had been pur-ued." he said.
"The University can be a.ountable and
still keep the money ;n the Student
Activities Fund Office. But that avenue
"There have never been any serious
allegations brought against the Fund
Office since it beginning in 1932." he
added. "But rather than correct part of
the svstem. thev abolished all of it."
w: t h
svstem. tor examri;
school fees were reported to Student
Government last summer until the
sessions were over.
"Student Government could not ie
the money coming to them became they
did not know it was coming to them." he
He also objected to the "added
needless step in the bureauracv ." Rather
than receiving 3 check directly from the
fund office. Student Government
requisitions must be transferred to the
trust fund and back to the fund orfue
before they are approved.
"Instead of taking one day to get a
check, it now takes five davs." Stallmgs
siad. "The added Mop is needless because
the accounting procedures are not j
thorough in the trust funds otfice as they
were in the Student Activities Fund
Stallings added, "If the University
must be accountable to student fees, they
can be. There are procedures that could
be worked out with the Student
Activities Fund Office."
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