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FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

FRIDAY, JULY 3,1964 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964

Government Prepares for Enforcement

(Continued from Page 1)
achieved in 70 per cent of com-
munities surveyed in the 11
Southern and border states.
Civil rights strategists are con-
vinced that many businessmen will
welcome the public accommoda-
tions law as a justifiable reason
to desegregate their establish-
ments without fear of social and
economic reprisals in their com-
munities.
"This is what they've been wait-
ing for," one official said. "A
legal reason to do what they know

is right but what they've been
afraid to do alone."
Some Resistance
But the administration is well
aware that there are-and will
continue to be for years to come-
hard-core pockets of resistance to
any form of desegregation.
Thus the Justice Department's
civil rights division under Assis-
tant Atty. Gen. Burke Marshall is
prepared to seek immediate test
cases to establish the constitution-
ality of the rights bill. On these,

the Supreme Court eventually will will be
pronounce its views. lawyers.

expanded by 40 or 50,

The department is authorized to
bring suits when it finds patterns
and practices of discrimination
within a community.
Some Money
The administration plans to ask
Congress for more money this year
to supplement the civil rights di-
vision's meagre staff of 56 lawyers.
If Congress approves, the division
-which will be responsible for all
court work involving the bill-

While the new law deals with
schools, voting and jobs as well,
the accent in preparing for imple-
menting the lew is heavily on its
public accommodations title.

A good measure of the respon-
sibility will fall on the community
relations service established by the
bill. This organization will be
chiefly responsible for negotiating
for voluntary compliance with all
provisions of the law.
The intent of the bill is that

This is the area which is sure to court suits should be a last resort'
be tested immediately. when voluntary measures fail.

Civil rights groups have promis-
ed quick tests of the bill's effec-
tiveness this summer throughout
the South.

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The Civil Rights Commission,'
its life extended for 3%12 years by
the law, is preparing to investi-
gate and report to the government
on the effectiveness of the law.
Through its state advisory com-
mittee it will interpret the law to
community and business leaders.
Thus civil rights officials are
banking heavily on Americans'
willingness to comply with the new
law of the land. But they know
there will be extensive litigation
in some areas. It is with this like-
lihood in mind, then, that the
government is gearing for enforce-
ment of the bill-by preparing
courtroom strategies for the test
cases which promise to arise be-
fore the summer is over.

Across
Campus
Cinema Guild will present Char-
lie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan in
"The Kid," John Bunny in "A
Cure for Pokeritis," Laurel and
Hardy in "Battle of the Century"
and Carole Lombard in "Campus
Vamp" at 7 and 9 p.m. Friday
and Saturday in Architecture Aud.
Film Previews...
Two Walt Disney movies, the
animated "Peter and the Wolf"
and the documentary "Lapland"
will be shown at 1:30 p.m. Friday
in the Multipurpose Rm. of the
UGLI. There is no admission
charge.
Monday, "Dicken's Chronicle,"
a film which brings both Dickens
and his characters to life, will be
shown.
Recital...
Prof. Marilyn Mason Brown of
the music school will present a
public organ recital at 4:15 p.m.
Sunday in Hill Aud. The pro-
gram will include music by Eng-
lish and American composers.
English Lecture ...
Prof. Stephen Dunning of North-
western University will speak on
"Pieces of Poems: Models for
Composition" at 4 p.m. Monday
in Aud. C.
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
Use of This Column for Announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered organizations only.
Organizations who are planning to be
active for the Summer Session should
be registered by today. Forms are now
available, 1011 Student Activities Bldg.
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day and Sunday.
FRIDAY, JULY 3
Day Calendar
High School Journalism Workshop-
Journalism Department, 10 a.m.
Cinema Guild-Charlie Chaplin and
Jackie Coogan in "The Kid"; John
Bunny in "A Cure for Pokeritis"; Lau-
rel and Hardy in "Battle of the Cen-
tury"; Carole Lombard in "Campus
Vamp": Architecture Aud, 7 and 9
p.m.
Doctoral Examination for Edward Wil-
liamgEvans, Education; thesis: "Meas-
uring the Ability of Students to Re-
spond in Creative Mathematical Situ-
ations at the Late Elementary and
Early Junior High School Level," Fri.,
July 3, 3223 Angell Hall, at 11:30 a.m.
Chairman, P. S. Jones.
Astronomical Colloquium: Fri., July
3 4 p.m., Room 807, Physics-Astronomy
Bldg. Dr. William P. Bidelman, Dept.
of Astronomy, will speak on "Stellar
Astronomy at the Recent Flagstaff
Meeting."
Doctoral Examination for Wayne
Franklin Echelberger, Sanitary Engi-
neering; thesis: "The Influence of
Lighting Conditions and Liquid Depth
on the Growth Activity of Environ-
mentally Controlled Algal Cultures,"
Fri., July '3, 275 W. Engrg. Bldg., at 2
p.m. Chairman, J. A. Borchardt.

Aduio-Visual Education Center Sum-
mer Session Film Previews: "Peter and
the Wolf," today: 1:30 p.m., Under-
grad Library Multipurpose Room.
GeneralINotices
The International Center is sponsor-
ing a speaker on the topic, 'tine
American Democratic System of Gov-
ernment." Prof. Walter Burnham, Pro-
fessor of Government at Haverford
College, will speak at 7:30 p.m., July
3, in the Recreation Room of the In-
ternational Center. Refreshments will
be served. All are welcome.
IST Special Summer Lectures: Dr. Ian
M. Mills of the University of Read-
ing, England, will speak on "Theory
of Molecular Force Fields and Molecu-
lar Dynamics"-Lecture One to be giv-
en on July 6 at 1 p.m. in Rm. 1400
of the Chemistry Bldg.
SATURDAY, JULY 4
Cinema Guild-Charlie Chaplin and
Jackie Coogan in "The Kid"; John
Bunny in 'tA Cure for Pokeritis"; Lau-
rel and Hardy in "Battle of the Cen-
tury"; Carole Lomba'd in "Campus
Vamp": Architecture Aud., 7 and 9
p.m.
SUNDAY, JULY 5
School of Music Recital - Marilyn
Mason, organist; assisted by string
ensemble, Henry C. Smith, Conductor,
"English Music Honoring Shakespeare's
400th Anniversary"; Hill Aud., 4:15 p.m.
Doctoral Examination for Klaus Lud-
wig Volkholz, Electrical Engineering;
thesis: "Energy Change in Crossed-
Field Systems," Mon., July 6, 3080 E.
Engrg, Bldg., at 9 a.m. Chairman, J.
E. Rowe.

Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
ALCOA, Pittsburgh, Pa.-Seeking man
for Inside Sales, Customer Service
Rep. Will work with 3-5 salesmen,
supervise 3-4 secretaries, handle ab-
stractions. Training. No travel. Lib-
eral Arts or Bus. Ad. degree, Must
be draft exempt. 0-3 yrs. experience.
B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron, Ohio -
Many & various openings including:
Field Auditors & Trainees, Cost Acc'ts.,
Mech. Draftsmen, Sales Promotion man
-international, Sales Trainees, Med.
Tech., Systems Analyst, Sys. Program-
mer, Engineers, Physicist, Chemists.
Alma Arts & Crafts Center, Alma,
Mich.-Seeking a Director for the Cen-
ter. Should at least have AB degree
with additional educ. desirable. Should
be knowledgeable of a variety of arts
& crafts & should be able to instruct
both children & adults. Particularly
interested in a working artist, pref.,
in the area of crafts.
Bank in Grand Rapids-1. Young
man--MBA degree-with several yrs. ex-
per. in Investments for the Trust Dept.
2. Young man with a couple yrs. ex-
per, with a legal bkgd., for Tax work
in the Trust Dept. 3. Several open-
ings for young attorneys in Trust
work, with 1 or 2 yrs. exper.
Ekco Containers, Inc., Wheeling, Ill.
-1. Package Engnr.-degree ME. Will
work in package design, dev. & cus-
tomer service. Will furnish tech. sup-
port in field after thorough indoctri-
nation. 2. Industrial Engnr. - recent
grad-ME. For project work of mech. &
indust. nature.
YWCA of Metropolitan Detroit, Mich.
-1. Ass't. Adult Activities Dir.-re-
sponsible for general educ. prog. Pre-
fer MA degree. 2 or more yrs. pertinent
exper. 2. Adult Program Dir. 3. Ass't.
Adult Activities Dir.-in charge of

health, phys. educ., & rec. Degree phys.
ed., rec. or related. MA pref. Admin.
ability & exper. in pool supv.
Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, Ind.
-Educational Dir., Dietetic Intern-
ship. Plan & help organize new dietetic
internship prog. to begin in '66, etc.
ADA membership & MA degree required.
For further information , please call
General Div., Bureau of Appointments,
3200 SAB, Ext. 3544.
ANNOUNCEMENT:
Notice to Students from India: In-
terviews will be held in October-No-
vember, 1964, at various centers in the
United States for students from India
in several Science and Engineering
categories. Positions will be in various
departments of the Government of In-
dia, and are for students who will be
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