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Kurtenbach also said that the eight Sunrise board
members were considering a program guide for the
station so listeners could tell if classical, folk, blues,
rock or ethnic music was being featured.
As a "public access" station, one-sixth of the
broadcast time must be available for public service
messages, he said.
Kurtenbach proposed a series of two meetings open
to the public to fuifiil this requirement. Interested
persons would be invited to discuss community or
national issues over the air.
"Feminists, minorities and anyone else who has a
message that wouldn't threaten the station's license
can broadcast," he said. But he emphasized that no
commercial messages will be aired since the radio
station is nonprofit.
The station has $3,600 to pay for radio equipment
and already has received a mixing console, transmitter
and tape recorder. Kurtenbach said the station will be
in the building housing The Sum of the Parts plant
Subscribers vote on policy decisions of the station
and elect board members, he said. Over 80
subscribers will elect board members in an upcoming
November election, he said.
UNL leases parking lot
A 259-car parking lot, recently leased to UNL,
will be available for student use as soon as
students who have been parking their cars illegally
park elsewhere temporarily, according to Ray.
Coffey, assistant business manager in the Office of
Business and Finance.
The lot, a strip of land between 14th and 1 6th
Streets one-half block north of W St., was leased
to UNL Monday by its owner, the Missouri Pacific
Railroad, according to Coffey.
The lot needs some construction improvements,
such as filling in chuckholes, Coffey said. But
construction can't be started until studenis
remove their cars already parked on the lot, he
Pending removal of cars, improvements couid
be completed in a week-, Coffey said.
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Questions and answers about
What is PACE?
a. PACE is a student initiated grant program for low
I : inccms students.-. It was started in the fa!! of-1970 as. a
response to decreasing financial aid from other sources.
q Does PACE only help minority students?
8 A NO, the only qualification is financial need, as
1 'determined by the Office of Scholarships and Financial
Aid. PACE grants are not based on race, sex or
q. Isn't $3.50 a high price for a contribution?
A A donation to PACE would average about 1 of
A- resident tuition & fees. (16 hours: $349.50) ,
Q Is PACE tax deductible?
A. YES! .
Q. How does PACE help the middle income student?
A. Because the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aids
has a limited Duoget, jniy a cenam numuei ui
J scholarships and grants can be awarded. With PACE
as a supplementary fund, more of the middle Income
1 students who would normally have received little or no
money from grants would now get substantial aid.
J Q Where do the PACE funds go?
j A. All of it this year will go toward student grants.
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or the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aids,
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