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Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - November 22, 1974, Madison, Wisconsin The capital times Friday november Public hearing to be held dec 3 new staff opening in women studies get aboard the portrait special i Byan Beckmann an unusual Job Opportunity one that could help shape the future of women studies on the University of Wisconsin Madison Campus has opened up Ite chancellors committee on women studies is seeking a halftime staff person who can do some intensive research on women studies programs at other universities and the Possi ble approaches to a program for the Madison Campus the Post offers a maximum salary of a year according to family resources and consumer science prof Jane Piliavin chairperson of the committee were interested in what other places Are doing we want someone who can look into novel sorts of organization for a women studies program to see studies was denied tenure by the How working said Al male faculty in the depart ment of studies Pilian noting she expects an applicant for the Job to hold a or be near completing a pad and have some knowledge of University structures resumes or Vitae should be submitted directly to Piliavin at the us school of family resources and consumer sciences 1270 Linden drive Madison 53706 by dec 15 qualified candidates will be interviewed Over the Christmas holidays she said the Campus women studies question has been a topic of much controversy in the past few years As the demand for courses dealing with the problems and concerns of women has increased last Winter when asst prof John Roberts a Pioneer in the Field of women educational policy Many student and faculty feminists began to doubt the University commitment to developing a women studies program Pondrom who directs the Cam pus affirmative action program became the focus of much criticism for allegedly not respond ing to the needs of University women Many of whom said she was a mouthpiece for the us administration us asst Chancellor Cyrene Campus women said they Felt looking backward with Frank Custer student volunteers continued from Page 21 University volunteers the Union sponsors the school and contracts the child development inc to staff and run the Center parents pay on a sliding scale depending on what they can afford us volunteers spend on the average of three hours a week at the Center supplementing staff personnel at Nap and snack times and by working with them on special projects other Community areas which Are helped by the student volunteers include such agencies As the Madison Opportunity Center project skill an Agency for borderline mentally retarded and mentally ill persons Over 18 Mendota mental Institute Briarpatch the juvenile court shelter Homes for runaways and Oregon school for girls there is a Quaker program called coordinated services to Dane county jail which has utilized Many student volunteers they go to the jail and visit prisoners and do everything from buying the prisoner a Toothbrush to tutoring volunteers for the elderly Are needed badly one program Perrone feels is outstanding and possibly unique is the Campus blood donation Center at Union South started a year and a half ago the Center is open from noon to 4 pm five Days a week volunteers assist red Cross people in running the Center and an average of 100 pints of blood is donated each week Paula Perrone May be contacted by calling 2622214 or going to room 507 memorial Union for further information on the Union Volunteer program atm ago late Samd Kopf has Given up his Ford automobile Agency in Madison he will devote his time to manufacture and Sale of his invention air Lee door swing a garage door opener and to sell automobile accessories guests at a Bridge party Given by mrs Anna Dahle Sun Prairie Are mrs George Reuth mrs Peter rtt rth mrs Gleni Beers mrs f h Boebel Martin Clara Bjerland Fht Ebe Buell officers of the Madison Maenner Chor Are f c Blied president Henry Loprich vice president George Kamcke treasurer c j Gruendler librarian and William Stehr entertainment chairman Clara Clark is hostess for the meeting of the three links club luncheon committee members Are mrs Isabelle Winger mrs Sarah Van Deusen mrs Mary Wood mrs Alice Lewis mrs Margaret Chatterton and mrs Belle Hurlburt forty ago Doris Wallmo and Donald Dega have Lead roles in the East High school production of the importance of being Earnest cast members include Florence Kurth Hugh Richter Gerald Freeman Marjorie Woodward Bette Chilson ale i auby and Charles Stitgen Frank seals and Bill Schmitz Are stage managers with Stanley Prideaux Delmar Deering Norman Wambsal Arthur Orvold Frank Meiger Henry Anderson Claude Kraft and John Earth assistants Art Field and Curtis Storck Are in charge of tickets Lloyd Godfriaux and Myles Smith lighting Katherine Hynz make up Douglas Matt and Louis Adrian scenery Robert Duckert and Robert Kilgust assistants Rosalind Longfield Dorothy Thompson Mary George Esther Noer Barbara Stephens and Evelyn Mergen properties or j 0 Smith is president of the newly organized ninth socialist party Branch at de Forest Pondrom was stalling the appointment of the chancellors committee and accused her of preventing rather than initiating Progress in the area of women studies Joan Roberts had been strongly recommended by both student and faculty women groups to sit on the committee though she was not appointed those who were appointed however have been very Sensi Tive to the political tension surrounding women studies on the Madison Campus journalism and mass communication prof Steven Chaffee a member of the chancellors committee noted this should be an educational question in of a political one Chaffee said the committee because it is chancello appoint de does not have to comply with the open meeting Rule yet com Mittee Piee Tings have been open to the Public in addition the committee will hold a Public hearing on women studies dec 3 from to 10 pm in room 225 of the us Law school Piliavin explained that the committee will draw on Points raised at the hearing for its report on the objectives and characteristics of a proposed women studies program to Date the committee has not is sued any formal recommendations on How the program will operate she said we still Haven fully explored the advantages and disadvantages of an interdisciplinary program As opposed to a depart mental one that part of what the staff person will do explore what seems to work and what Doest that person will be Able to devote 20 hours a week to this which clearly nobody on the committee can do Piliavin said addressing herself to the Stormy background of women studies and its relationship to the committee Piliavin remarked the interesting thing to me Given the historical background of women studies on the Cam pus is How Well we on the committee Are getting along there have been no disagreements to speak of and i must say in surprised Campaign Law workshops set five workshops to explain the Campaign finance disclosure Law have been scheduled by the slate elections Board the workshops will describe the required procedure for registration and disclosure and the penalties for violations the workshops Are to be con ducted at Richland Center nov 26 Racine nov 27 Rice Lake dec 3 Rhinelander dec 4 Stevens Point dec 5 and fond do Lac dec 10 8x10 color portrait Yean ago Frank a Hausheer 122 e oilman St is named acting Secre tar general of the Wisconsin chamber of Commerce succeeding Seward h Jacobi 110 Kensington dry who resigned recently the Candy Cane carnival at St Andrews episcopal Church is being planned by mrs John h Buck general chairman mrs Kenneth c King auxiliary chairman mrs e Cadwallader Smith St marys Guild chairman and mrs Edwin p Archibal St Hil Das Guild chairman a wirehaired female Bro barks itchy owned by or and mrs Harry Sharpe Speedway Road is judged Bestin Treshow at the Central states Dachshund club show at Chicago fiddler on the roof Kosher Antiques handmade clothing old 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