4 The Daily Tar Heel Friday September 16 1977
AWS to host tri-state conference
Elizabeth Koont, chairperson of the state
International Women's Year conference,
will head the list of speakers at the tri-state
women's meeting to be held here Sept. 23-24.
The Association for Women Students
(AWS) will host the meeting, which will be
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attended by women students from the
Carolinas and Virginia.
The tri-state meet is sponsored by the
Intercollegiate Association for Women
Students, which represents more than
200.000 college women throughout the
Betty Ausherman. AWS chairperson, says
the purpose of the meeting is for women
students to "come together and discuss the
common problems ol women in our region."
Ausherman says she hopes for a large
turnout, but she says response so far has
been limited mainly to the l!C campus.
"But registrations are still drilling in," she
The program will open at 6:30 p.m. Sept.
23 with registration in the Carolina Union.
Koont. who works with the state
Department of Instruction will present a
speech on changing roles ol women in our
society and implications to women in the
Activities Sept. 24 will include a business
meeting and workshops on programming,
publicity, fund-raising, administration
procedures and leadership.
Workshops will also be held on rape,
mental health, alcoholism, the 1 qual Rights
Amendment, the International Women's
Year Conference, career planning, day care
and continuing education.
Ausherman says housing lor participants
will be provided by campus sororities and
AWS members. She says participants need
not be students, and she encourages all
interested women to attend. "1 want to
generate a lot of enthusiasm lor women's
progress." she says.
Registration fee lor the piogram is $3.50.
Registration forms and lees should he
returned a soon a possible to the AWS
office in Suite I) ol the Carolina Union.
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UNC traffic office
to issue warnings
for lot violations
I he UNC traffic office will issue
warnings to all vehicles violating the
permit-display ordinance beginning
Monday, said Abbott Mason,
coordinator of the student-monitor
The ordinance states that all
parking permits must be placed in the
lower, right-corner windshield. Old
stickers must be removed. Scrapers
are available in the traffic office.
There w ill be a $2 fee lor violations.
"An intensified hunt lor stolen
parking decals" also begins Monday.
Mason said. Persons found with '
stolen decals will be fined $50 plus
tmployees and students no longer
working with the University may
return their permits to the traffic office
lor a prorated refund. All permits
should be purchased through the
Mason said permits that are sold
privately may have been stolen.
Purchasers of such permits will be
held responsible for the stolen decal,
CGC abates WXYC straits,
grants station over $16,000
I he Campus Governing Council
(CGC) Finance Committee took the
first step toward bailing WXYC out of
its financial troubles Wednesday by
approving the student-operated radio
station's request lor more than $16,000
trom the CGC general surplus.
I he station needed the extra money
to meet a Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) regulation
requiring I M stations to have a
guaranteed budget. Without the
appropriation. WXYC might have been
forced off the an later this year.
I he tequest for additional money w ill
now go before the entire CGC for its
approval at the CGC meeting Sept. 22.
Mike Hyman. WXYC program
director, expressed approval of the
committee's decision T hursday."! think
CGC has recognized the need ol WXYC
to serve the students," Hyman said.
"With the additional money, we can
bring the station up to quality broadcast
standards," Hyman said. "We are still
lacking the basics that any broadcasting
Approximately $10,000 of the
appropriation is from the CGC general
surplus fund. A student referendum in
1974 earmarked this fund for initiaj
capital expenditures to set up the radio
station. The money will be us-ed for
Under FCC regulations, any
operating FM radio station must have a
guaranteed budget. Part of the WXYC
budget approved by the CGC in the
spring was in the form of prospective
grants from local businesses, and this
did not meet FCC requirements.
- HOWARD TROXLER
English conversation class to begin
An English conversation class open to any
international visitor in the Chapel Hill area
will begin Sept. 22.
The class gives participants an
opportunity to practice English and learn
about central North Carolina. Monthly field
trips are planned.
It is taught by volunteers, and there is no
charge. The class is sponsored by Church
Women United and aided bv the Office of
the Adviser to International Students at
The class meets Thursdays from 10 a.m.
until noon at the home of Mrs. Harrie
Chamberlinon 1001 Arrowhead Road. For
more information, contact Mrs. Donald
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