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.

October 26, 1967 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1967-10-26

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

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

rHURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 196~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

PLANNING DISPUE:
Kremlin Economic

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Coniflict Exposed
MOSCOW (IP)-A Kremlin battle decision, to favor ot
over the Soviet economy has been of the Soviet economy
exposed to public view with an pense of agriculture.
indication that Communist chief Polyansky's article,
Leonid L Brezhnev has lost a clear that Brezhnev
round. opposed the change.
The battle is over the division The article argued s
of scarce investment capital be- both industry and
tween industrial development and must be developed f
improving Soviet agriculture. The economy.
battle has been going on for at He painted a pictu
least two years and is continuing, from what Soviet pub
according to the article which of backwardness in.
exposed it. and the consequent n
The most likely answer to the mechanization and o
question of who won the battle improvements.
was a combination of other lead- Economic Plan
ers representing heavy industry, Polayansky explaine
defense production and other spe- links of our plannin
cial interests in the Soviet econ- n 4.,,,,,

ether sectors
y at the ex-
. But until
it was not
himself had
trongly that
agriculture
or a sound

t
t

f?
l

f?
l

re, different
licists claim,
agriculture
eed for more
other costly
fning
ed, "In some
.g and eco-
* h bo hpn

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to j
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be- ;
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding 1
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday f
for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only, E
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-9270.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26
Day Calendar
Department of Classical Studies Lec-
ure - Professor Hugh Lloyd-Jones, Ox-
ford University, "Zeus and Justice in
Homer" Auditorium A, Angell Hall, 4:00
p.m.{
Department of Chemistry - Physical
Seminar - Professor Vedene Smith,
Georgia Institute of Technology and
Quantum Theory Institute, Uppsala,
Sweden, "Core Polarization and Hyper-
fine Structure," Room 1200, Chemistry
Bldg., 4:00 p.m.
..Department of Speech Student Lab-
oratory Theatre Program - G. B.
Shaw's Poison, Passion and Petrifac-
tion: Arena Theater, Frieze Building,
4:10 p.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar - "Management of Managers No.
40": 146 Business Administration Build-
ing, 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program - George
Kelly's The Show-Off: Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theater, 8:00 p.m.
Department of Chemistry-Colloquium
-Dr. Gary Griffin, L. S. U., New Or-
leans, "New Methods of Generating
Deficient Electron-Species," Room 1300;
Chemistry Bldg., 8:00 p.m.

Astronomy Department visitors' Nights
-Dr. Richard L. Sears, "The Structure
and Evolution of the Sun," Friday,
October 27, Auditorium D, Angell Hall.
After the lecture, the Student Observa-
tory on the fifth floor of Angell Hall
will be open for inspection and for
telescopic observations of Star Cluster
and a Double Star. Children welcomed,
but must be accompanied by adults,
Woodrow Wilson Fellowships: Mem-
bers of 'the faculty are reminded that
the deadline for nominations is Octo-
ber 31. Letters postmarked October 31
will be accepted. They should include
the field of study and the local aold-
resses of the students nominated, and
should be sent directly to Professor
Otto Graf. Department of German. 1079

Michigan State Supreme Court, Lan-
sing, Mich.-Editorial-Secretarial posit-
ion, writing critiques and articles on
decisions, indexes for use of lawyers.
detailed, individual work. M or F. MA'
MA English, spelling, typing, neces-
sary, dictation helpful.
IBM Corporation, Detroit. Mich. -
Men or women, with engrg., sci, or
math background and 0-2 yrs. exper.
for positions as Computer Salesmen,
Programmers, and Systems Engineers.
Complete training, growth and ad-
vancement potential.
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc.,
N.Y.C. - Engineer, catalyst for groups
of engrs. solving prblemsof ground
vehicle industry, dealing with experts
and executres.
XAllneo Riihar f 5manv Autiant1Ue

Call: JOSE PH MASON or W ILL IAM RAYME R
5-7 P.M. at 761-2345
Open to all students, faculty, staff and their families
:.. :::."v. .^:: v ::.":"v ..w :::: .: r::::: . . ...:::,....::.} .:" ':y} ::4 ^":{C:"':.vi " .

Fly to London with Caledonian Airways
May 9 -June 20 . + .6 weeks $205
May 20 -August 19... 13 weeks $230
June 27-August 23 . . .8 weeks $250
$100 holds your reservation until March 1

omy.
Battle Exposed
* The article appeared in Kom-
munist, the theoretical journal of
the Soviet Community party, un-
der the byline of Deputy Premier
Dmitry S. Polyansky,
Polyansky is the top govern-
ment official supervising agricul-
ture as well as being a member
of the 11-man Communist party
Politburo.
The Politburo, in which party
General Secretary Brezhnev is
normally the key man, makes de-
cisions which the Soviet govern-
ment carries out.
The article appeared this week,
a month after the Communist
party decided that agricultural in-
vestment in the 1966-70 period
would be 35.7 billion rubles from
national budgets.
Agricultural Cutback
This is 13 per cent less than
the' 41 billion rubles, which the
party had decided in March 1965
would be invested in the five-year
economic planning period.
Brezhnev had personally advo-
cated the March decision in order
to try to overcome the chronic
backwardness of Soviet agricul-
ture.
It was the first major move to
which Brezhnev personally com-
mitted himself after taking over
party leadership from Nikita S.
Khrushchev in October 1964. Up
through the spring of 1966 the
figure of 41 billion was reiterated
* by Brezhnev and others.
Then came very good crops in
1966 and indications that other
interest groups were arguing that
agriculture no longer needed so
large a share of investment cap-
ital.
This 13 per cent cutback indi-
cated that the party leadership
had decided to change the 1965
U'

nomic apparatus, as nas peen
more than once pointed out by
L. I. Brezhnev, some people have
so far shown an incomprehension
of the importance of fast agri-
cultural growth, and attempts still
occur of balancing' figures in
favor of other branches of social
production, to improve their af-
fairs at the expense of collective
and state farms."
This indirect quote from Brezh-
nev showed him as arguing against
economic planners, accusing them
of failing to appreciate the need
for large investments in agricul-
ture to enable it to grow.
"Such tendencies are very dan-
gerous for our common cause," he
said.

1
I'
I

, 4 xx rcaxxxu, iuxxta, I V aace nu er uompanly, Alliance.,
Frieze Building, University of Michigan. Ohio - Advertising trainee, recent grad
with considerable courses in adv., pro-
part layouts and copy, and other basic
Placement' ~functions. - ' "
CURRENT POSITION OPENINGS: For further info. pleace call 764-7460
General Electric Company. Large Gen Div . ppts. 3200 76A4B
LampDeprtmntDetritMic. -Gen. Div.. Bureau of Appts. 3200 S.A.B.
Lamnp Department, Detroit, Mich. -
Careers In Marketing, diverse busi-
nesses,sgrocery, hardware, variety, drug, ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
electrical, and industrial, mktg. mgmt. Make interview Appointments at room
advancements. 128-H, west Engrg. Bldg.
General Electric Company, Transpor- November 2, 1967
tation systems division, Erie, Pa-PhD American Cyanarnid Co.
in metallurgy, ETgrg. Machinics, and The B. F. Goodrich Co.
ME. BS/MS in ME, BS/MS EE. General Motors Corp.
Local Manufacturing Concern - Sr Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp,
Syst. Anal / Programmer, BBA/MBA International Harvester Co.
3-5 years syst. des, & prog. Data Mobil Oil Corp.
Processing Manager (2) degree and Motorola Inc.
exper. Jr. Syst. Programmer/Anal. 1-3 TRW Systems
yrs exper. Openings are in several United Aircraft - Hamilton Standard
states. Div.
E '
Re;;ewuber, girls, you will '
surely look good in your
new AIGNER shoes, wearing
your new AIGNER belt, and
carrying your nevw
AIGNER Purse.
J 01 N B1. . FIDV
601 and 607 E. Liberty St
NO 8-6779 Ann Arbor
$~4~ .:5:

Even the Greatest Shoes
Have to Come Off Sometim<
Even Trampeze
But they always come off looking great.
Right in step with what you see in
Seventeen. Chains. Buckles,
Lovable colors. Lush leathers. All
in the latest Trampeze collection.

KARATE
TIME

MONDAY, OCT. 30, 4:15 p.m. Aud. 'A', Angell Hall
THE BAHA'I FAITH
IN RELATION TO
NEAR EASTERN RELIGIONS
Lecture by Professor Alessandro Bausani, Head of the Dept. of
Persian Language and Literature at the Oriental Institute of
Naples, who recently received the "Academia Dia Lin Cei", the
highest academic honor awarded in Italy. He is particularly
interested in: Aesthetical problems of Persian literature, espec-
iolly the Persian literature of India; history of Muslim religion
and religions issued from it; and comparative religion. Some of
his most important books are: Italian Translation of the Qur'an;
The Religions of Iran; History of Persian Literature; History of
the Literatures of Pakistan; The Persians (a Short History of
Iran).
Tuesday, October 31, 4:10 p.n. Professor Bausani will be
speaking in Room 200 Lane Hall under the auspices of
the Dept, of Near Eastern Languages and Literature.
Office of Religious Affairs and Baha'i Student Group, 2282 S.A.B.

11

11

Our "Cosmo" with buckled
strap and square toe.
In Bali Brown.

$1200

CAMPUS
619 E. LIBERTY

MAST'S SHOES

DOWNTOWN
121 SO. MAIN

...................w ....................s.,.,.. ss......s.....1.......Y.4":'}}: ... " s...44'... A....... r'.":...ti iti t:..

T

.... , ..... .... .. ............... .. ."n.".""."o:.v..; ........ ,...... rs,: ov,"."e-::: "r.;..::.L":. S"} Y r'r arnt" ' : ' Y":P :"[!Ao'+.": :
;"
a ... ............... . . ..
. .
tx . ..........................:.... .. .. .{+. .. y : Y4ti.. : . .V ", T...... r.L r:1 11. t....... } .. ...... ern ......
............. ..................... ........... ..... ,...... , sr,. .. .. ,,, .:k..
".........n... .M1 ............... r.. .,... .... ...... ... u'R.. ..... ... .. ...: .... ;.... ,.::".v ;"; :........7r v.":::: v. :v. ..q "ow.:"::::::,: : o."::. :,:...;; ... .....:.-. ..t. '.""n:rr . .. .. .. : . . r'§v. ........"^ne .. ,4x ""v. :.:."..".. .. ..... LL .3C.:.. . ....:...., v,,..: .. . N°K.{..
::p .............. ns............. av..":.".:: a".v. :."nvn":4::r :"e.::".":::::::.:". ry."Rv.::: :?v:."e 'AV:'T"L"}ALA'i"ro::.::::w:."::..-.: :Y.?::.v: r:a::::.".".".:.::cv. r..... M n......, .,...".,.5+5'~
.,. . ".:vv..v:. :::v. ....... ......e..... .::L:.."::::::: Wis.:.. .. ti..,... ....,:,

{ .. .

M

HILLEL Grad Student Council
presents a
BAGEL and LOX BRUNCH
THE HON. GAD RANON
Israeli Consul
on
"Israel: By Right or Sufferance?"

Sunday, October 29,12 noon

Hillel affiliates $1

Others $1.25

Try to let us know in advance if you are coming, 663-4129
Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill Street

i
$25
ON SALE ,IN
Qt l ooksto
and
Sudent Pubhcctio:

I

r

''x
:
y

y4
F
,
Iy.

buk*t

Q
uncju al

s. ,. ;
i
:
s<
;-.
rr:
:::::
r..
r:
:::
.
f:
i :"
i
...

TOWS

I

res

"sxi}: JJ}io-::-::: ", f r:. .t:,r : .. d . % ?;;. i i ;i :
is i'"::"::.ii:;"}} ::::::::::::::4:ivr:':i::"}'{:?' ., ".: .
4:...
.................
................ . }ity4. . / y ''j}y p Yi.: ary iJ}"1.: '"SaiL.ti '1:
:"}:?-: : iii:'?!;i":.:?::"}:":C':i:y,}"i ;.:.
1i 1
t. ;.. !
". F!. fi"? { 2 X}:i. n?}:::yiti:yi:vh<{:. {y'i
t
:.::......::::::::.:::::::.............: Y:ii:":."}Jy}ih '. ' i -.-. ...,. - : f r .:.. .:: ii ±:'i,'"?"{?: S' ::;;;.;,y \.ry:
t-
...................... t4 , t ,4
::.................... . i
1, .4
{
/ r v y o"'t

nS Bldg.

5

a

I'l

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan