100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 06, 1967 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1967-09-06

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER6, 1967

PAGE SIX

TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

A............................

DOWNTOWN
HONDA
ANN ARBOR

NBC AGREES:
Final Negotiating Talks Avert
Threatened Broadcast Strike

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

war/T0VAyI)g (seller!

Sales - Service - Parts -Accessories
WENI( Sales and Service Inc.

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. R) - A
broadcast union settled yesterday
on a contract with the National
Broadcasting Co. and decided to
submit the proposal of American
Broadcasting Co. to its members
without recommendation, averting
for at least several days a strike
that could cripple live network
programming.
A statement issued in Miami
Beach by the National Association
of Broadcast Employes and Tech-
nicians, AFL-CIO, said its set-
tlement with NBC also would be
submitted to its membership for
ratification.
A union spokesman said ear-
lier that the only difference be-
tween the positions of the two net-
works dealt with the staffing of
color facilities at ABC.
NBC issued its statement an-
nouncing the settlement in New
York.
Tim O'Sullivan, NABET West
Coast regional director, announced
NABET had demanded a four-day
work week and pay raised for the
bulk of its membership from $218
to $300 a week. He said grievance
machinery in the contract which
expired Aug. 31 was "outdated and
badly in need of overhaul."
"We've had a great deal of dif-
ficulty in enforcing grievances. We
have about 500 that are currently
unsettled," he said.
The four-day week apparently
was one issue the union has been
willing to bend on during the last
four days of negotiating. "We told
them we would accept another ar-
rangement," O'Sullivan said.

Justice Department Studies
News Reports of City Riots

But the mediators asked the
bargainers to stay on hand subject
to recall by either side in the dis-
pute.
A union source said NABET did
not request the 11th hour session
yesterday.
A strike was not expected to af-
fect the new television season.
Regular shows are taped in ad-
vance.
O'Sullivan said the effectiveness

of a NABET strike would depend
largely on promised support by
other unions, principally the
American Federation of Television
and Radio Artists AFTRA.
O'Sullivan said a strike would
not halt broadcasting since the
networks have libraries of taped
programs. But live news broad-
casts and other live television and
radio shows would suffer if per-
former and announcer members of
AFTRA stayed off their jobs.

310 EAST
WASHINGTON ST.
ANN ARBOR
NO. 5-8637

- state st.
O z____- division st.
~ z
5th. ave.
sere c main st.

WASHINGTON (IP)-The Justice
Department's Community Rela-
tions Service is studying reports
of news coverage of the summer
riots in Detroit, Newark, N.J., and
Buffalo, N.Y. a spokesman said
yesterday.
He said the reports were pre-
pared to help the service deter-
mine whether coverage of the
riots by newspapers, radio and
television affected the course of
the disturbances and whether the
news media have any impact on
race relations and racial tensions.
The Community Relations Serv-
ice was created by the Civil Rights
Act of 1964 to help communities
and their people cope with dis-
putes and difficulties arising from
racial discrimination.
Detroit and Newark are expect-
ed to provide officials with an op-
portunity to find out if voluntary
withholding of immediate riots
news by the media - especially
radio and television - affected
the riots.
In Detroit, although the riot
broke out early Sunday morning,

July 23, radio and television sta-
tions are said to have voluntarily
withheld reports of it until Sun-
day afternoon.
In the case of Newark, where
riots began earlier in July, radio
and television stations in the New
York metropolitan area are said to
have carried full reports on the
riot almost from its inception.
Earlier this year, representatives
of the Community Relations Serv-
ice appeared at 16 regional meet-
ings of municipal officials. The
object, an official said, "was to
see whether it would be useful to
develop some sort of set of proce-
dures in case they have these ra-
cial situations in their commu-
nity."
These plans Would be similar to
one in effect at Omaha, Neb. It
provides for a moratorium on
news of racial disturbances to give
police a chance to gain control
of the situation before it is given
wide publicaty. The purpose is to
keep the curious and potential
troublemakes away from the
scene.

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibiilty, Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-9270.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
Day Calendar
Computing Center-A video-tape on
the "Basic Operation of the IBM 029
Card Punch" will be shown every half
hour from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.
to 10 p.m. in Room 1005 of the Com-
puting Center.
Botany Seminar-Dr. Otto T. Solbrig
will speak on "The Significance of
Interspecific Sterility," 4:15 p.m., 1139
Natural Science Bldg.
General Notices
Student Government Council Approval
of the following student sponsored
events becomes effective 24 hours after
the publication of this notice. All pub-
licity for these events must be with-
held until the approval has become ef-
fective.
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in Room
1011 of the SAB.
Friends of Ann Arbor Vietnam Sum-
mer, Diag rally and teach-in (Mason
Hall), Aug. 31, 8 p.m.
Concert Dance Organization: Classes,
performances workshops-Men's Class
starts Thurs., Sept. 7, 7:30 p.m.; Mod-
ern Technique starts Thurs., Sept. 7,
8:15 p.m. in Dance Studio, Barbour
Gymnasium.
Psychology Colloquia: The annual
department of Psychology series of
Friday afternoon colloquia will com-
mence on September 8 in the Michi-
gan Room of the Michigan League at
4 p.m. The first colloquium this year
will present the joint winners of the
Marquis Award, presented annually to
the authors of the best doctoral theses.
Last year's winners, Dr. Iden Good-
man of San Francisco State College,
and Dr. Myron Wish of Columbia Uni-
versity, will both speak at the col-
loquium. Dr. Goodman will speak on
"The Influence of Parental Figures on
Schizophrenic Patients," while Dr. Wish
will speak on "A Structural Theory
for the perception of morse code sig-

s ,
S .
J
33
I
f
t
j
J
{
1
fi$
t
t
.
.
i
'

nals and Related Rhythmic Patterns" " Doctoral Candidates: Who expect to
receive degrees in December, 1967,
1965-1966 University of Michigan Bib- should turn In two bound and one un-
liography: Forms for bibliographic in- bound copies of their dissertations to
formation for the "University of Mich- the dissertation secretary of the Gradu-
igan Bibliography" were mailed to fac- ate School by October 30. The report
ulty and staff members in April. 1967. of the doctoral committee on the final
Any University employe who has pub- oral examination must be filed with the
lications to report for the period July dissertation secretary of the Graduate
1, 1965, to Dec. 31, 1966, and who has School, together with two copies of
not received the form is requested to the dissertation-ready in all respects
call the ORA Editorial Office, 764-4277. for publication, not later than Mon.,
Nov. 27.

IHumanities Grants: Nomination for
the Younger Scholar Fellowship Pro-
gram of the National Endowment for
the Humanities are invited by the
Horace H. Rackham School of Gradu-
ate Studies not later than Mon., Sept.
25. Fellowships provide an academic
year or summer stipend equivalent to
current salary to faculty having com-
pleted their PhD's within the past five
years. An institution is permitted to
nominate only one person for each
type of fellowship. Forms and instruc-
tions are available in Room 1014 Rack-
ham Bldg., 764-4405. Final nominees
will be recommended by the Executive
Board of the Graduate School to the
National Endowment for the Humani-
ties by Oct. 6.
For these purposes, "Humanities" is
defined as follows: language, both mod-
ern and classical; linguistics; litera-
ture; history; jurisprudence; philoso-
phy; archaeology; the history, criti-
cism, theory and practice of the arts;
and those aspects of the social sci-
ences which have humanistic content
and employ humanistic methods.

Doctoral Examination for Donald Ross,
Jr., English Language & Literature;
thesis: "The Style of RThoreau's 'Wal-
den'," Wed., Sept. 6, Room 1611 Haven
Hall, at 10 a.m. Chairman, W. G. Rice.
Doctoral Examination for Nicolae Ba-
buts, Romance Languages & Litera-
tures;. thesis: 'Le Classicisme de la vi-
sion Baudelairienne," Wed., Sept. 6.
Room 3094 Frieze Bldg., at 8 p.m. Chair.
man, R. J. Niess.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Bureau of Appointments: Hours-8:30-
12 and 1:30-4:30 Monday-Friday. Wel-
come to browse through literature on
opportunitieseinsbus., govt. & indus-
try. Those interested in recruiting sea-
son, beginning end of Sept., must have
placement forms. Please register or
bring previous forms up to date, new
addresses are necessary fortmailing lists.
Illinois Institute of Technology, Dept,
of Bus. & Econ., Chicago, III.--Gradu-

*1

Teaching Vacancies
PINCKNEY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
Pinckney, Michiganj
3 Early Elementary
2 Upper Elementary
1 Upper Elementary Type A. Special
Education
1 Junior High Arts & Crafts
1 Senior High Math or Science
1 Junior High Math
If you have a Teaching Certificate or a degree, see us
before taking other employment. We are also interested
in people wanting to do substitute teaching.
SCHOOL STARTS SEPTEMBER 11th
Contact GILBERT DUNN-878-3161 or 878-6653

Rackham Faculty Research Grants: ate programs in Management leaing to
Teaching faculty with the rank of in- MBA, MS and PhD. Evening of full
structor or above are invited to sub- time courses in many fields, financial
mit applications for Rackham Faculty aid available.
Research Grants at this time. Appli-
cations received not later than Mon. POSTION OPENiNGS:
Sept. 25, will be considered for fund- Ojibway Folk School, Redlake In-
ing Jan. 1, 1968; applications submit- dian Reservation, Minn.-Director for
ted not later than Jan. 29, 1968, will bi-lingual program patterned after
be considered for funding May 1 or Scandinavian Lapp Schools.
July 1, 1968. Webster Manufacturing, Inc., Tiffin,
Teaching faculty are also invited to Ohio-General Sales Manager for a sub-
apply for Faculty Research Fellowships sidiary. Few years industrial sales ex-
1 with or without associated grants. Pro- per, and mktg. exposure in manuf.
posals must be received by Mon., Sept. reps, and distributors procedures.
25. Please note that this Is the only veterans Administration Center, Day-
application period for Faculty Research ton, Ohio-Audiology-Speech Patholo-
Fellowships during this enrollment gist, min. 5 yrs. exper. In audiology and
year. speech path., 2 of which must be post-
Application forms for both programs doctoral, and two in a medical environ-
are available in Room 1014 Rackham, or ment.
call 764-4405. yManagement Consultants, Atlanta,
Ga. - Assistant Corporate Production
The Michigan Memorial Phoenix Proj- Manager, Illinois Co., working in tex-
ect: Invites requests for faculty re- tiles, leather, plastics, fun, etc. Grad
search grants to support research with- degree in bus. of engrg., manuf. ex-
in the scope of the term "peaceful uses per, in needle trades or shoe industry'
of nuclear energy." Typical areas in desirable, age range 30-40.
which the Project is interested are: Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce,
Biological effects ofsradiation, radia- Toronto, Canada-Staff Psychologist,
tion dosimetry, new uses of isotopes, evaluates and counsels officers and oth-
new tracer techniques, direct conver- er personnel in organization through-
sion of nuclear energy to electrical out Canada. Some research and dev.
energy, the fusion process, plasmas as of methods for eval., trng., human
related to controlled fusion, radiation rel. PhD in Psych, 5 plus yrs. indus-
chemistry, nuclear weapons prolifera- trial exper. Strong in learning, testing,
tion and disarmament, psychological at- interviewing, personnel rel. and res.
titudes toward nuclear energy haz- methods.
ards, evaluation of hazards to urban Wichita Area Community Action Pro-
populations from nuclear activities, gram, Inc., Kan.-Family Development
and economic studies, of nuclear ac- Workers, inmprove function in budget-
tivities including power production. ing, food, health, etc., interview for
New research ideas and pilot proj- Head Start. Child Dev. Director, admin.
ects are particularly encouraged. The Head Start and Family Dev. programs,
relationship to peaceful uses of nu- MA in Social Work, Damily Dev.,
clear energy, however, must be clear. Psych, or Educ., admin. and supv. ex-
The routine use of isotope tracer per. preferred, 5 yrs. total desired.
techniques will not by itself justify Family Dev. Director, MSW, 2 yrs. in
support. child development center.
Requests for grants of $3000 or less University of Rochester, N.Y.-Editor
are most appropriate. Grants may coy- of Unmversity Faculty-Staff Newspaper,
er equipment, supplies, research as- 8 page issued 11 times yearly. Journ./
sistance and field trips. Applications Engl. major, 2-3 yrs. newspaper or in-
for these grants should be returned dustrial exper.
to the Phoenix Project by. Mon., Sept. Council for Economic Opportunities
25, 1967. Grants will be made by Nov. in Greater Cleveland, Ohio-Director of
15, 1967. Finance, MA major in acctg., bus. ad.
Application blanks may be obtained or public ad.
from the office of the Phoenix Proj-
ect at the Phoenix Memorial Labora- For further information please :call
tory on the North Campus or by call- 764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
ing 764-6213. Appointments, 3200 SAB.
TEACHER PLACEMENT:
mayThe following schools have recorded
TrWT 4 vacancies for the present semester:
Ann Arbor, Mich. (Perry Nursery
- School) Pre-school - 5-year-olds-
hours 11:15-5:30 five days/week. Degree
required.
Reasonable prices, top, qual- Fenton, Mich. (Lake Fenton P.S.)-
ity service, and a complete H.S. Comm.
stock of Volkswagen parts Howell, Mich. (P.S.)-H.S. Band, Elem.
can be found l at-1st and 2nd, aMth (Alg.-Gen. Arith.),
J.H., Spec. E-Type A.
OVERSEAS: Oxford, Mich.-H.S. Comm.
Southgate, Mich. (P.S.)-H.S. Comm.
IMPORTED CARS Ypsilanti, Mich. (St. John's Elem.)-
6th grade Elem.
(formerly Air-cooledMotors) h*gr*
936 N. Main For additional information contact
665. r66 41the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB,
764-7459.

11

11

I

J

SAVE $25 -]REGISTER NOW!
(Failure to register your car can result in a $25 fine)
All motor vehicles (automobile or motorized cycles) owned or used by a student or spouse,
or in their custody, must be registered with the Student Vehicle Bureau and must bear a current
Decal Properly Displayed.
ELIGIBILITY FOR AUTOMOBILE PERMIT
Students over 21 years of age, married students, those who have completed 70 credit hours,
students who commute (live 11/2 miles or more from campus), those requiring automobile
transportation for employment, and Ann Arbor residents are eligible to register for automobile
permits.

Storage Permits:

A Storage Permit may be issued to any student whose home is 125 miles or

more from Ann Arbor.
ELIGIBILITY FOR MOTORIZED CYCLE PERMITS
Students over 21 years of age, married students, those who have completed 26 credit hours,
freshmen residing with their parents in the Ann Arbor area are eligible to register for motor-
ized cycle permits.
INFORMATION NEEDED TO REGISTER A MOTOR VEHICLE

II

Motor Vehicle Registration
Operator's (Driver's) License
. .. 1 . . ....I . . .

STUDENT VEHICLE BUREAU
_ - .- - ~ .- - -A...- A ........- . A. -

11

I

I

11

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan