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by Nancy Gooch
A lease allowing construction of an
antenna on the South Campus water tower
for a proposed campus FM radio station
may be approved by the University Property
Division in less than two weeks, V CAR
Station Manager Jim Bond said recently.
The lease must be obtained before the
Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) will grant an FM construction permit
for a non-commercial station.
The proposal for the lease is currently
being reviewed by University property
officials, Robert Williams, legal adviser for
the University Property Office, said last
If the lease is approved, a 50-page
supplement to the station's construction
permit application explaining the terms of
the lease will be sent to the FCC, Bond said.
The supplement will also answer other
questions posed by the FCC about the
application submitted by the station's
organizers, the Student Educational
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After the supplement has been submitted,
the FCC requires a 30-day waiting period,
but Bond believes the permit application will
be approved soon.
"The station's lawyer has been very
encouraging " Bond said. "He said an
approval of this kind of thing has been
automatic (in the past)."
In addition to the required antenna lease,
an FCC attorney said Sept. 30 the
corporation's permit application should
include evidence that Student Government
will finance the station or that campus
facilities will be available for the station's
broadcast office before the permit would be
The questions are answered in the
supplement even though Student
Educational Broadcasting has not been
formally notified of them by the FCC, Bond
said. "This is the last obstacle in completing
the application process," he said.
FCC regulations call for the antenna to be
placed approximately 250 feet above ground
level, Bond said. As a result, possible
antenna locations are narrowed to the water
tower and Memorial Hospital's pre
clinical building, he said.
The water tower site was selected over the
hospital site because the antenna could
interfere with communications equipment
on the hospital roof, Bond said. '
Plans for the student FM station began in
September 1973 when Student Government
funds for the station were appropriated by a
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Al Dobbins is a BSME from Michigan. Four years ago
he joined Dii Pont's Textile Fibers Department. A year later
Al became a First Line Supervisor in our Kevlar Aramid
Fibers operation, and now he's a Process Engineer
working on engineering development problems
connected with Teflon fluorocarbon fiber.
ATs story is typical of Mechanical, Chemical,
Electrical, and Civil Engineers who choose careers
at Du Pont. We place no limits on the progress any
engineer can make, regardless of his or her specific
degree. And, we place no limits on the contribu
tions he can make to himself, to the Company,
and to the society in which we all live.
So, if it's advancement opportunities you're
after, and if you'd like to work for a company that
won't place limits on your progress, do what Al
Dobbins did. Talk with your Du Pont Representative
when he visits your campus. Or, write direct to
Du Pont Company, Room 24798, Wilmington, DE 19898
At Du Pont. . .there's a world of things
you can do something about.
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A construction permit for the station was
obtained from the FCC in February 1 974.
But the. permit was rescinded 27 days later
when UNC officials retracted letters written
by Dean of Student Affairs Donald Boulton
accepting ultimate responsibility for the
Student organizations which obtain
construction permits are required by the
FCC to have university support. But UNC
administrators, in rescinding their support,
contended that the University would have to
assume control of the station if it assumed
Student Educational Broadcasting,
composed of Media Board members and
local civic leaders, was then formed since an
FCC provision allows non-profit
corporations to be granted non-commerical
educational frequencies. The current
application was submitted in May 1974.
Students can't cancel contracts
without withdrawing from school
A number of students have tried to cancel'
their housing contracts without oficially;
withdrawing from the University although
suchaction is "illegal under the contract,
housing department contracts assistant
Peggy Gibbs said Thursday.
A student may cancel the second half of
his room contract upon withdrawal from the
University anytime during the fall semester,
Gibbs explained. The student would only
forfeit the first semester's rent and the $50
room deposit paid at sign-up.
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The Baptist Student Union Council will meet at S p.m. to
continue making p!ns ,or ,h emester.
Recreation majors . - How about relieving torn of the
pressure from your behind and go to the rec club meeting at 8
p.m. In Room 205 Union? Officer win be nominated, a
constitution committee established, and the club named. For
more Information, call Paul Bumttte at M2-65S8.
The ECOS Nuclear Commit! re will meet at 8 p.m. In Room
204 of the Union. All Interested persons pleaae attend.
Avatar Merter Babe: "I have not come to teach but to
awaken." Weekly meeting will be held at 8 pjn. at 105'A N.
Eckankar, the ancient science of toul travel, preaenta a film
on the history of Eckankar and the present Living Eck Master
at 8 p.m. Tuesday, at 1 and 2:30 p.m. Rooms 202-204 of the
Gurukara m Singh of the 3HO Foundation will speak on
Kundalinl Yoga at 8:30 p.m. in Room 202 of the Union.
The Black Student Movement Gospel Choir will perform at
8:30 p.m. In the Great Hall. Everyone I Invited.
The UNC Sailing Team will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. In
Room 206 of the Union.
The UNC Ice Hockey Club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. In
Room 207 of the Union. There will be a sign-up for upcoming
But a student who tries to cancel his
contract for any other reason, without
withdrawing from the University, such as to
move off-campus, violates the contract.
"A resident can't come in on the last day of
the semester and cancel his contract unless
he is withdrawing from the University,"
" H e can sell it or move out and pay the rest
of the room rent, but he can't get out of the
contract," she said.
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games, and dues will be collected- AN members are required
to attend and everyone is welcome.
Or. David Bo brow, chairman of political science at the
University of Maryland, will speak on "New Currencies in
World Politics: The Roie of Energy" Tuesday at t pjn. ht
Rooms 202-204 Carolina Union.
UNC Young Democrats wta meet Tuesday at 8 pjn. in
Room 207 of the Union. Mayor Howard Lee wiH speak on his
possible Lieutenant Governor campaign, and local election
US-China People's Friendship Association presents
Agricultural Communes in Chins" Tuesday at 730 pm. at
the Wesley Foundation.
The Campus Governing Council's hearing on campus
housing problems wiB be held Tuesday at 730 pjn. In Room
21S of the Union. AH interested persons are welcome.
The " Decorations and Display Committees for the
International Handicrafts Bazaar wiH meet Tuesday at 830
p.m. upstairs in the Y building.
The Carolina Comic Fan Association will meet Tuesday at
9 p.m. in Room 207 Carolina Union. Anyone Interested in
comics is welcome.
The Special Projects Committee wilt meet Wednesday at 8
p.m. in the South Gallery Meeting Room of the Union.
The Student American Pharmaceutical Association, in
conjunction with the Orange County Health Department, wiU
sponsor a Diabetic Awareness and Screening Program,
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 5 to 9 pjn. at
University Mall. Dieticians from N.C Memorial Hospital will
be present to discuss the diabetic diet.
The UNC Sailing Club will meet Wednesday at 730 p.m. in
Room 206 of the Union. AH interested In the Christmas
Bahamaa Trip please attend.
Learn about the struggle to build socialism In Cuba and
North American trips to Cuba. The North Carolina Region of
the Venceremos Brigade will sponsor two films and
discussion Thursday at 730 p.m. at the Wesley Foundation.
From the wires of
United Press International
AGADIR, Morocco Moroccan King
Hassan II called off the march of conquest
into Spanish Sahara by 200,000 unarmed
civilians Sunday and ordered them to
evacuate the territory.
In a dramatic reversal of his previous
defiance of warnings that Spanish forces
might open fire on the marchers, Hassan said
he was leaving his march headquarters here
and returning to Marrakesh in southern
"The 'green march' has accomplished its
objectives," the 46-year-old monarch said in
a nation-wide radio-television speech.
Even as Hassan spoke, thousands of new
volunteers poured across the border into the
mineral-rich territory, swelling the number
of marchers there to well over 200,000.
The Morroccans, who began crossing the
frontier last Thursday in defiance of U . N .
Security Council resolutions, have been
massed a few miles south of the frontier
along the first "dissuasion" line of Spanish
troops behind broad mine fields.
Ford explains recent shakeup
WASHINGTON President Ford said
Sunday he fired James Schlesinger partly
The Campus Committee to Ban Classroom Smoking wiH
mat Thursday at 50 p.m. m Room 202 ot the Union.
Interested tiSnU, lacuity and sUt art Invrted to show rhir
Items of interest
Sifln petition supporting a PopuUtion-Ecology
curriculum at UNC. and get inlormetlon on popuUbon
tcology courses to be offered next semester Monday and
Tuesday by the Union snackbar.
Orange County Track Club Open Cross-Country Race will
take place Saturday. No. 22 a Firriey Goif Course.
Registration - rwo-mile race at 10 a.m. and six-mile race at
11 a.m. Ail interested are welcome to attend.
Found: A 4x8 color photo ot couple in formal dress,
outside Printing and Duplicating at the Student Stores. Claim
at the Student Store reception desk.
The SCAU Food Co-op has been authorized to accept food
sumps, beginning immediately. Hew members and inquinea
GRE (Graduate Record Examination) aptitude and
advanced tests will be given Saturday. Dec. 13. Applications
may be picked up at the Guidance and Testing Center, 101
Nash Hail, and should be postmarked by Nov. 12. $10.50
each. Late registration: postmarked by No. 19, cost $14.50.
LSAT (Law School Admission Test) will be given Dec. 6
(last good time for admission for the taH of 1976).
Applications may be picked up m the Guidance and Testing
Center and postmarked, with $13, by Nov. 10. Late
registration: postmarked by Nov. 17. cost $17.
UNCCC Short Course "File Handling Under APL" Tuesday
330 p.m-. 224 Phillips.
UNCCC Short Course "Packaging JCL (Writing and Using
Catalogued Procedures)" Thursday 3:30 p.m.. 224 Phillip.
UNCCC Short Course "Learning to Program In Pur
Session I. Wednesday 3 p.m., 224 Phillips.
UNCCC Short Course "Learning to Program in PLI"
Session 2, Friday, 3 p.m. 224 Phillips.
Hassan calls off
because of the defense secretary's "growing
tension" with Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger, declaring "I needed to have a
comfortable feeling" within his national
Previously, Ford has called it "the simple
truth" that he fired Schlasinger and CIA
Director William E. Colby because he
wanted to assemble "my own team."
But his remarks Sunday indicated that
both policy and personality differences at the
highest levels of his defense team dictated the
sudden, surprise administration shake-up.
Meanwhile, Sen. Frank Church, D-ldaho,
Sunday called George Bush a poor choice to
head the CIA but wasn't sure if he
will oppose the nomination.
Church, chairman of the Senate
committee investigating the CIA, said the
agency should not be headed by a politician.
Time and Newsweek magazines also said
President Ford offered the NATO
ambassadorship to CIA Director William
Colby and Defense Secretary James
Schlesinger upon informing them of their
dismissal but both men turned it down.
According to Time, Ford offered the
NATO job to both men. It said NATO was
offered to Schlesinger as an alternative to
heading .the Export-Import Bank.
Newsweek said only that Schlesinger had
been offered the Ex-Im position.
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"collectors' prints" by some of
the most famous of these artists
- Ray Harm. Guy Coheleach,
Anne Ophelia Dowden, Charles
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Harry Amis, Charles Harper and
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All quantities , limited; no
dealers, please. All prints
offered subject to prior sale.
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