THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, January 11, 1969
Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, January 1 1~ 1969
Dity housing director DAILY OFFICIAL
WIUTW W ~rU W " T
,Continued from Page I
Although none of the parties in-
terviewed last night would dis-
close details, Mrs. Mhoon was ac-
cused of evicting giests who had
been living with tenants in a
single family dwelling.;
"I've heard all sorts of w i l d
stories," said Wheeler. "One of
the tenants claimed that the
guests were relatives, one story
said the 'guest' was a sop home
Tenants leveled abuse and curs-
es at Mrs. Mhoon at the Dec. 12
"I refuse to be called all sorts
of names." Mrs. Mhoon said. "I
have been accused of all sorts of
motives when I was only perform-
ing an administrative function,"
she added. ,
The other major incident pro-
voking dissension between t h e
community and the Housing Com-
mission was the organization of an
assQciation of public housing ten-
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 11
Midwestern Conference on School]
Vocal and Instrumental Music - Re-
gistration: Rackham Building, 8:00 a.m.
Michigan Conference on Applied
Linguistics: Aspects of Language _- re-
gistration: Auditorium B, Angell Hall,
Basketball: U-M vs. Ohio State: At
Events Building, 2:00 p.m.
Cinema Guild: Antonioni's Eclipse:
Architecture Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:05
Ge ufl Notires
Health Service: A flu clinic offering
"Hong Kong" flu vaccine will be held
at Health Service Tuesday, Jan. 14,
i __ ~n 1 o -.., - 1n ao
""0 '- "AAccording to Wheeler, the
(Continued from Page 2) NAACP talked about the need for
in-ga tenants' association at t h e i r
The "dial-a-bus" system in- meeting early in December, and
volves the use of a computer to was making plans to initiate such
answer phone( calls made by peo-a .
ple in need of transportation. The a\goup:
computer will determine which . Wheeler claims a tenants meet-
bus is nearest the caller, the num- ing called later in December by
ber of passengers on board, and Mrs. Mhoon was designed to un-
where the bus is heading. dercut the announced NAACP
The reorts will also mention plans.
"The Housing commission has from r:00 - 11:30 a.m. an 1:00 4
the technical skills available atno business organizing tenants," p.m. The charge will be $2 per per-
the University and the availabil- Whoeusresidganighn . "That's son. Students, faculty, staff and their
ity of a large computer which' Wheeler said last night. Ta spouses are eligible.
could be redesigned for use in th like Henry Ford trying to organ-
could ize workers on an assembly line" Broadcastiaig Service: WUOM Radio
"dial-a-bus" system, (91.7 Me.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Finally the reports willindicate However, commissionschairman Saturday 12 Noon to 11"p.m., Sunday
iniaeWelch claims that Mrs. Mhoon 12 Noon to 6 p.m.-
the need for route changes so the had no such intention. Although Saturday 1:00 p.m. The Economic Out-
oste cit poplation Ueco-k the commission did not have ad- Conference on the Economic outlook
om cit routes which servicnecfe vance knowledge of Mrs. Mhoon's held at the U-M, Lawrence H. Selzer of
nolmeetingouWelchhsayssersicehoon Wayne State University summarizes
people in more remote areas will meeting,:WelchsaysMrs.Moon and evaluates the views presented at
be elinminated. The report will also wa9ipy arigou a r the conference.:~udy5:5pmJz
attempt ntged some estimate of dinary administrative function. Revisited, Helen Schumacher presents
future operating costs and rev- He explains the action by saying 7:30pdr. T eR r Clleag. Sita
7:0p.m. The Record Collector, w it h
enue. that initiative for the tenants' as- Prof. Warren Good. Saturday 9:00 p.m.t
Saginaw has already received sociation could only come from Basketball - the U-M vs. Minnesota,
a few buses from the federal gov-the commission. "It was the logi- with Tom Hemingway reporting the
af0 fewtothertgovaysgame from Minneapolis.
ernment under' the program. The cal spot for it to start," says Sunday 2:00 p.m. Cleveland Orebes-'
cost of these- buses was $209,000, Welch. He said only the director tra, Martin Turnovsky, conductor. Hay-
of which the government supplied and commission members have a dn, Janacek. Ovorak. Sunday 4:00 p.m.
$133,000. Saginaw's application list of all public housing tenants. Ernest Block: The Man and His Music.
's submitted in February, 1965, "She didn't anticipate trouble,"
ad devilery of the buses was says Welch.Plcement
completed by September. Beyond the basic issues of hous- GENERAL DIvISION1
Application was made under the ing regulations and the tenants. 3200 S.A.B.
Urban Mass Transportation Act association, both Welch and Mrs. April, June and August Graduates
of 1964. Mhoon feel that the basis of the Placeent Service offers assistance in
'The government could make a conflict is personal. career planlningcareer planning and
grant commitment as early as 30 - "I don't mind constructive crit -_ _ ___ _
days after the forwarding of the icism," said Mrs. Mhoon. "How-
report. Once the grant is officially ever personal abuse directed at COME TO
made, the city could handle the me has not been constructive at
bidding process, in which the ma- all. These people aren't trying ! Sudent Book Service
jor automobile firms might vie for to criticize the workings of the
the Ann Arbor bus contract, commission but are attacking me and visit
After the bidding process has as director." RENEE
been completed 90-120 days would Welch said that accusations,
elapse before the buses could be such as one made at the Dec. 12 BARB
delivered. Robbins hopes for de- meeting that Mrs. Mhoon was K U ND US
livery by late May. "leading the tenants back i n t o
If council decides to buy ten slavery," result from personal an-
buses at their Monday meeting, tipathy toward her.
each with a capacity for 45 pas- In response to griticism of Mrs. FUN W O R KIN
sengers, the total cost would Mhoon, Welch says, "I've nevejr
amount to $300,000. The federal known anyone more dedicated
government will either commit it- than Mrs. Mhoon."
self to pay one-half or two-thirds E "If she makes this stick I feel
of the total cost. If HUD feels it sorry for the Housing Commission.
has sufficient information, It will They'll have trouble keeping this
defray two-thirds of the cost. program going," he maintains.
job hunting' to anyone with 12 hours
at U of M. 3200 S.A.B., hours - 9:30 -
12 & 1:30-4:30 P.M. Registration is urg-
ed early for use in interviewing com-
panies visiting, and job hunting else-
where, by mail and visit. If going to
grad school, collect professors' recom-
mxendations now. Watch this column
for information on all post college op-
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Management presented by Proctor and
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students, of special interest to LS&A
and Bus. School students. Tuesday,
January 14, 4 P.M. in Multipurpose
Room of Undergraduate Library. Con-
tact Placement Services, General Divi-
sion for further information.
Grad meeting for Summer Intern Pro-
gram in Washington is being held on
Jan. 15, 4 p.m., Multipurpose Room of
the UGLI. Underclassmen, seniors and
graduate students may attend to get
information on the programs sponsored
under this plan.
Current Openings received by Gen-
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interviews on campus. Please call 764-
7460 for further information:
Memorial Hospital, Long Beach, Calif.:
Coordinator of Children's Activities,
direct, and dev. full program, direct
volunteers, min. BA, MA pref. in child
dev. area such as elem. ed., exper in
hospital or' elem. teaching.
Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Mich.:
Lab Technician for tissue research, BS
in Biol, or microbiol., fam. with micro-
tone for dermatology research.
Office Communication Equipment
Group of Litton Industries: Hartford,
Conn.: Director of IndustrialrRelations
in Hartford. Pref. MBA, or MA in
psych. v ith 10 years muntiplant or-
ganization exper with unions, sales and
service personnel exper and production
Ayerst Laboratories, Southfield, Mich.:
Sales Represetative, young person with
some exper., not necess sales, for con-
tacting physicians, hospitals, a n d
pharmacies. Pref. degree and course-
work in nat'l. or physical sci.
W-TWO Television Center, Terre
Haute, Indiana: Commercial Director,
producing and directing. and some work
with continuity, beginning position,
good oppor. to learn programming
phases of broadcasting.
CDetroit Area Hospital: Administra-
tive. position for recent grad of School
for Hosp. Admin. or MBA, good poten-
tial for young person.
City of Bay City, Mich.: Probation
Officer for pre-sentencelinvestigations
with young men, corrective casework
orientation. liaison with govn't. agen-
cies and civic organizations, degree in
police admin., psych., sociol., counsel-
ing and guid.
Local Organization: Executive Direc-
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with retarded children, coord commun-
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psych., soc. wk, or related areas.
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NEW and USED TEXTS
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212 S.A.B., Lower Level:
January 14: Fresh Air Fund Camps,
Social Work, New York, interviewing
from 10-5. Openings for general coun-
selors, village leaders, waterfront direc-
tors, nature and arts and crafts coun-
January 15: Camp Indiana Council
for Camp Fire Girls, Central Indiana,
interviewing from 10-5. General Coun-
selors, Waterfront director and assist-
ants, specialists in arts, nature, music,
campcraft, unit and program director.
January 16 & 17: Camp Tamarack,
Mich. coed, soc. wk., 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. gne,
couns., waterfront, arts & crafts, na-
ture - campcraft, tripping, music, dra-
matics, unit supv. & asst., caseworker,
truck-bus driver, nurse and camp phy-
State of New Jersey, Dept. of Com-
munity Affairs Intern Prog., June 23 -
Aug. 29, info & applic. at SPS.
State of Indiana, Dept. of Nat'l. Res.,
Engineering Placement Meeting: No.
1. "Engineering Market and Placement
biologist aides in fisheries and wildlife
projects. applic. due March 1.
128-H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Room
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
JANUARY 20, 1969:
The Boeing Co,
Commonwealth Associates Inc.
Deere & Co.
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.
; Firestone International Co.
General Motors Corp. - All Divs.
General Radio Co.
City of Milwaukee.
PPG Industries, Inc. - Chemical Div.
PPG Industries, Inc. - Corporate
Surface Combustion Div. - Midland-
Navy - Surface Wave & Aviation -
Reserve Officer Candidate
and how to use the Engineering Place-
Services." Salary and demand trends
ment Service. First of four meetings.
Primarily for seniors and graduate stu-
dents, but open to all interested. Pro-
fessor J. G. Young. January 13, 4:00
p.m rind 7:30 p.m. in Room 325. West
EngineerigEii ilding. Afternoon and
exeninL_ meetings will b)e the same.)
ORGAN I ZATI ON
U Fellowship of Huron Hill Baptist
Church, Jan. 12th, 7:00 p.m., 2nd floor,
Ann Arbor, "Y", faculty and adminis-
trative personnel: "What Jesus Christ
Means in My Life." 8:30 p.m. campus
and careers fellowship and refresh?
Libertarian League Meeting, Sunday,
Jan. 12th, 2:00 p.m., 2X(MIMES) Un-
ion. Upcoming lecture and activities to
Jon. \18, 19, 20
1. Ann Arbor Movement Center
2. Liberation Classes
3. Counter-Inauguration March
4 Counter-Inouguration Ball
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Hoover Rupert, Minister
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