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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - October 22, 1972, Athens, Ohio Women plan of workshop Jacqueline g. Gutwillig chairman of the . Citizens advisory Council on the status of women and Norma Raffel president of the National women s equity action league weal will speak at the Ohio University affirmative action workshop next Friday and saturday. The advisory Council comprising private citizens advises the president and Cabinet members on special needs of women. Weal seeks solutions to economic and Legal problems of women and has tiled hundreds of formal discrimination complaints with the . Department of health education and welfare against universities and other institutions. Also speaking at the two Day program will be David Hill member of the Ohio Board of regents and representatives of the Federal equal employment Opportunity commission hew office for civil rights and the Ohio Bureau of employment services women a division. The workshop which is being sponsored by the office of the assistant to the of president for equal Opportunity programs is designed to inform University Community members of rights and responsibilities under Federal and state anti discrimination and affirmative action regulations and guidelines. Also they will be provided with information that can be used to dispel discrimination and the effects of past discrimination against minority group members and women. Representatives of non University agencies As Well As members of the Public Are invited to participate in the program which will be held in the Baker Center ballroom. Workshop sessions will be held from 8 30 toll 45 a m. And 1 15 to 4 30 Friday with discussion focusing on Legal details of equal employment Opportunity programs affirmative action and anti discrimination Laws and regulations. That will be followed by a reception in the Baker Center alumni lounge. On saturday the sessions will focus on new affirmative action guidelines maternity and paternity benefits possible effects of the equal rights amendment and special education programs on the needs of women. Those sessions will be held from 9 30 toll 45 a m. And from 1 15 to 4 . Limited Day care facilities will be available saturday for children of participants but Advance reservations Are necessary. Information May be obtained from Jackie Cortez 594-8727. Although there is no workshop fee reservations should be made no later than wednesday. Schedules and registration forms Are available at the Baker Center information desk in 103 Mcguffey Hall or by calling 594-8727 or 594-8531. Columbi Avenue open to traffic traffic was to be permitted on Columbia Avenue Friday on a stretch closed for repairs of a slip according to Athens service safety director Phil Goldsberry. The Section Between Madison Avenue and Roosevelt drive had been closed to traffic for nearly two months while workers scooped out ground under the Road surface. Back filling of the 22-foot Hole was completed last week. Goldsberry said the surface will not be paved until after the Winter to allow the packed fill to Settle. A traffic is one of the Best compactors we have a he explained. A we will maintain that stretch As a gravel Road until after the Winter and then we will he added the City will not be putting up a Guardrail on the stretch now because it also settles with the ground. Warning poles with reflectors will be installed in the meantime he said meanwhile Stimson Avenue is still not open to traffic. Goldsberry said the contractor on the Job has some sloping to do on lawns next to the Street and seeding remains to be completed. The City still has to do Lane painting and install traffic control devices Goldsberry said a change order currently is being processed to meet requirements for safer traffic signs. New signs will not be set in Concrete he said but Are constructed to break on Impact. There still remains work at the Stimson intersections of Grant and Campbell streets he added but like Columbia Avenue the Black Topping won t take place until the Spring. The decision of when to open Stimson Avenue to traffic will come from the contractor Goldsberry said who will have to determine when traffic will not interfere with work he is doing on the Bridge at the East end of the Street. If the Road is opened. Goldsberry said crushed Limestone will be packed at the Grant and Campbell intersections until paving can take place. Water tap Transfer studied by Board a question on Transfer of Ater tap ownership was raised Hen the Leax water distribution corporation Board trustees met recently. The Board Learned of several stances of Transfer of proper served by the water system at did not also involve a answer of ownership for the Ater tap to the buyer. Board members said that Hen an agreement is signed r water service the water tap attached to a specific tract of and and cannot be transferred another tract even when the inflection and meter have not t been installed without prior Ard approval. A although Leax views the Eblem As being basically tween the seller and the i Chaser to resolve a a Board embers stated a anyone wan in to Check the status of a Lier tap for any property May intact be axes office at Bany for they said that unless Leax notified otherwise water a sections and meters will be stalled at the location Igi Nally covered under the come see whats new Iii our. Print cellar lamborn s 46 s. Court St. Phone 593-6744. Agreement regardless of whether ownership of the property has changed since the agreement was signed. At the same meeting the Board reviewed preliminary engineering plans for expansion of the distribution system to include portions of Lodi and Canaan tips. Following minor modifications the plans will be submitted to the Farmers Home administration for review. Completion of the expansion would add nearly 2.000 taps to the Board also reviewed plans for construction in previously by passed sections but took no action on the plans at the meeting obleness memorial Hospital notes admitted mrs. Paul Reth Mger mrs. Walter Moore Walter Beaver Bessie Mercer All of Athens Robert Hopkins Amherst mrs. B. F. Schwartz Glouster Wilbur Nickels Coolville. Dismissed mrs. James Ryder and daughter mrs. Lane Hoisington and daughter mrs. Jerold Mcdaniel Elva Cooper Marie Hambel Maxine Mcgee mrs. Lowell Russell Lawrence will mrs. Keith Zimmerman. Armand Rist mrs. Robert Jackson John Levondoski mrs. Carl Moody Christopher Russ Clarence Mckinstry mrs. Richard Phillips mrs. Jeannette Rickey Harland b. 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