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Thursday, January 29, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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fGERMAN TARGETS:
Reveal obsolete plans]
to block Soviet attack

BONN, Germany (IP) - A Bonnr
government spokesman yesterday
said U.S. Air Force plans to drop
atomic bombs on West German
cities to stop a Soviet invasion
in event of nuclear war "have been
known to us for some time" and
are outdated anyway.
A spokesman was commenting
on an airing of the purported top
secret documents by the W e s t
German magazine Stern, which
said it had received the documents
from an unknown courier.
The magazine report said the
p lans already were in Soviet hands.
The Defense Ministry concurred
t hat the plans were obsolete.
'"These are not NATO-North At-
lantic Treaty Organization-docu-
ments, and could therefore not
provide a basis for use of nuclear
weapons," the ministry said.
Stern said such cities as Kielj
Flensburg and Liebeck had been
pinponted asy potential targets, by
the supreme commander of NATOj
to deny the Soviet bloc poten-
tial command centers and troop
billeting areas.

The defense spokesman indicat-
ed the documents were at least
eight years old. He said in 1962,
NATO ministers meeting in Athens
declared the allies must consult
before detonating an atomic wea-
pon.
.The spokesman said the new
atomic guidelines set up in Brus-
sels had been necessary because of
NATO's departure from the prin-
ciple of "massive retaliation."
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DAILY OF<FICIAL
BULLETIN
THURSDAY, JANUARY 29
Day Calxendar
Professional Theatre Program (Phoen-
ix Theatre) - The Criminals (U.S. Pro-
fessional Premiere): Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theater, 2:30 and 8:00 p.m.
Center for Coordination of Ancient
and Mdern Studies and Department of
Near Eastern Languages and Litera-
tures Joint Lecture: Ignace J. Gelb,

Hixon Professor of Assyrio]ogy, Univer- search and Mgmt. for Math grads. Also 3-5 p.m., Gen. counselors, unit heads
sity of Chicago, "From Freedom t opportunities for lib. arts, business and and spec, in arts & crafts, sports, na-
Slavery": Auditrium A, Angell Hall, 4:10 other majors. ture, sciences, and riding.
p.m. .. Feb. 6: Camp Ma-Hi-Ya, Jewish Com-
University Phiiharmonia: Theo Al- SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE munit Center of Toledo social work
cantara, conductor: Hill Auditorium, 212 SAB, Lower Level camp, Admin. Asst., Program Director,
8:00 p.m. ANNOUNCEMENTS: W aterfront Dir., specialist in arts &
University Players (Department of Lord Corporation, Erie, Pa. has open- crafts music, campcraft maintenance
Speech) - Dark of the Moon: Trueblood ings for Sophs, Jrs, and Srs, in R&D man
Theater, 8:00 p~m. work. ____
Wayne County Civil Service, openings TEACHING DIVISION
"for mnen and women age 20 plus5 to OvrsasTEACHING DIVITOy Jpn
workewithn e ta lrtarddhidrn.(Sony Language Laboratory) - Eng-
General notices inl-oray. dlish as a Foreign Language. Full time
Applications for UM JunIor Year Caok County Dept. of Public Aid, positions (mostly evenings) teaching
France and Germany must be returned Chicago, Ill., summer trainee program English to adults. Some training in
by Feb. 1 to Study Abroad Office, 1223 for students after Soph., or Jr. year, linguistics required. Resposibilities in-
Angell Hall. work on welfare programs. 'eude classroom teaching, research, and
English Dept. Credit by Examination seeto o e atras rcrig,
for Jrs, and Srs. concentrating in Eng.; t1ectwo year conaterias,Scordiplus
exams to begive Fi.andS ' round trip transportation. Positions
exams to be given Fri. and Sat., Mar. ,lacem ent eiowice ruP nsi t yf interviews be-
27 end 28 in Eng. 231, 350, and Surveys oe o.Fsiii fitriw e
371, 372, 373, 374; exams in other cours- GENERAL DIVISION ing held in our office, Feb. 9. If
es will be offered if sufficient demand: 3200 S.A.B. iterested, contact Mrs. Flynn, 764-7462,
sign up with Prof. Mullin, 444 Mason INTERVIEWSAT SUMMER immediately.
Hall, by 5 p.m., Feb. 6, PLACEMENT: Kobe, Japan: (Canadian Academy-
,Kappa Gamma is Jan. 29 & 30: Camp Tamarack, cabin The Canadian Academy is still accept-
$3,00felKapa r97-?1 to fe couns, spec. in waterfront, arts & ing applications for vacancies reported
graduate student majoring in a re- crafts, camperaft, tripping, drama, earlier. These included elem. 1-6, Sec.
gaduliateonstudnt majoTrin na, - dance, unit and asst .unit supv., case- Soc. Studies, Engl., French, German.
habilitathon field (Phys. Therapy, Oc- worker, trucklbus driver nurses, counsl. Science Math Music Biology, Girls &
cupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, with emotionally disturbed children, Boys PE.
Speech athology, Rehabil. Medicine, counsl. for marionette theater. For additional information c a 11 764-
for th Work Me d. oearchd Edu . Feb. 5: Camp Scotmar, coed, Calif., 7462.
plication andin fo at Grd. Sch. Fellow- _
ship Office, 1014 Rackham; 764-2218:
filing deadline, Feb. 15, 1970.
ANNOUNCEMENTS: TIM
Spring Grads should take next FSEE
test, apply before Feb. 10.
Peace Corps Reps here rest of this
'week in 3529 SAB, no appts. nec. <:;>
Graduate School cf Publi cand In-
ternational Affairs, Pitts, Pa., MA and;
PhD programs. Apply before Mar. 1.
Jon anok utalLfeInur ..::FEB. 7, H ILL
Fellowships avail.;:
John Hancock Mutual Life Incur-"":: :
ance Company presents Actuarial Dev.
Prog, opportunities in Operations Re- Tit Sales

ENGINEERING SENIORSI
Are you interested in working is ultra-sephisticatod prgrams in reseate,
development, design, sad limited anufacture of missiles, satellites, airborne
computers, radar, telemetry, data links, sad related system:?
Would yon like to he part ef a fast-moving professional team with vitteefl7
unlimited opportunities in your choe fielid?
If your professional interest: lie in the aeas of circuit dvorogpment, micr#-
wave, and microcirc it applications; or test sad eviuatior of a iiae
and aerospace systems; or in electro-mechnical devices a d electronie
packaging and you are a senior in Electrical, Mechanical or ladustrial
Engineering, or Physics; then the place for you is-
NAVAL AVIONICS FACILITY, INDIANAPOLIS.
. ,

"

N AF resentatives will he interviewing on yuer campus

Feb. 3, 1970

'et l0e 9v'et Ow' aidtt'ic st ...
BEYOND ADAM AND EVE-
THE BOOK OF GENESIS
with RABBI MERVIN TOMSKY of Beth Israel Congregation
-an interpretive study of personalities and events in the Genesis
account of the nature of creation, man's role in the universe, and
the shaping of the Jewish character.
* CLASS MEETS MONDAYS, 8-9:30 P.M. at The House
ANCIENT JEWISH HISTORY
with RABBI BRUCHE WARSHAL of Temple Beth Emeth (Reformed)
-with special emphasis on the dynamics of power exercised by
the ruling class.
s CLASS STARTS THURSDAY, JAN. 29,
8-9:30 P.M. at The House
ALSO, at Beit Midrash, HEBREW CLASSES at all levels, from
the alphabet-beginning to readings in Contemporary Hebrew
Literature.
ANN ARBOR COLLEGE OF JEWISH STUDIES
Beil Midrash-1429 Hili-663-4129
(registration weekday afternoons)
U..

Begin Feb. 2
UNION LOBBY
$2.50 3.00 3.50t
Sponsored by
Inter
Cooperative
Council

Why not sign up new for am interview? See your Plasement Office.
GENEROUS FRiNGE BENEFITS
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNiTY EMPLOYER
U. S. CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED

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Systems

programmers at RCA get somewhat involved with hardware.

There used to be a theory that
systems programmers didn't talk
with hardware designers.
This was like a husband and
wife living in two separate houses.

out their problems together.
The results seem to be proving
us right. We call it "total
systems architecture."
We believe the programmer

people synergize with each other.
There are conflicts, but it's
producing results. For instance,
we are already a generation
ahead of the major competitor

We believe in interface- must get involved with the total in time-sharing systems.
programmers and engineers work problem-software and hardware There are other benefits. We

Paraphewna la
OUR WINTER
STOCK IS
MARKED DOWN
FOR IMMEDIATE
SALE
ALSO our
Spring goodies
are here

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