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THE MICHIGAN D .AILV

THURSDAY. JUNE 29 1961

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TRONGE R T HAN LSD: -P**.-
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WASHINGTON (IP)-An official
f the Food and Drug Adminis-
ration says his agency is investi-
ating the reported use of a new
[rug called STP which supposedly
s more powerful than LSD.
The report came from John Fin-
ator, director of the FDA's drug
buse control bureau; in testimony
Tuesday before a House Govern-
nent Operations subcommittee.
Finlator also indicated the crim-
nal organization known as Cosa
vostra is becoming involved in
he distribution of LSD, the so-
,alled mind-expanding drug.
Finlator said that the only word
its agency has on STP consists of
umors that the drug is being cir-
ulated on the West Coast and
n New York.
However, a San Francisco doc-
or said Tuesday night he and
mother physician were given a
lozen 'capsules of STP by its
principal underground distributor.
Users Hospitalized
Dr. David Smith, physician in
harge of the drug abuse screen-1
ng unit at San Francisco General
Hospital, said the distributor gave
way 5000 capsules of STP at the
une 21 "Summer of Love" gath-
ring of hippies in San Francisco.
{e said that five users of STP.
were hospitalized.
Dr. Sidney Cohen, chief of psy-
chosomatic medicine at Wads-
orth Veterans Hospital in Los
Angeles, told newsmen that "un-
erground contacts .have told me
t's around."
Cohen called STP "a very nasty
Irug" with "highly undesirable"
ide effects.

"But it has, for certain people, In his Capitol Hill testimonyt
the advantage of being legal. It's Finlator said there is a well-or-
too new to be on the list of dan-
gerous drugs which are against ganized traffic in LSD.
the law." "We have investigative intelli-
The drug's effects last up to gence that this organization is
four days-eight times the length affiliating with hard-core, Cosa
of an LSD "trip," doctors said. Nostra-type criminal figures," he
They added that when the anti-
dote for LSD is used to treat per- said.
sons who have taken STP, the He said some of the people in-
effects of STP are intensified, and volved in the LSD business are
this can lead to respiratory par- physicists and chemists who work
alysis, convulsions and death. in modern laboratories. Although
STP is a chemical cousin of an such persons don't fit the stereo-
typed definition of gangland fig-f
Army chemical warfare antiper- c "urn +..4k-y.ron thrm.o-

DETROIT OP)-The Michigan new state aid bill, but plans to
Federation of Teachers' 19,000 use last year's formula.I
teachers threatened yesterday to "It looks like utter chaos," said
strike and also refused to nego- Linne. "We are not happy with
tiate over new contracts this sum- the state aid picture and unless
}mer in an attempt to force the there is some kind of significant
state Legislature to increase state increase the teachers have indi-i
aid for schools. cated they will not go back to
The Michigan Federation of school unless contracts are already
Teachers (MFT) AFL-CIO said its signed."
chapters could close 20 per cent Only two of the 22 school dis-
of the state's schools. tricts represented by the union,a
Hn p oGibraltar and Frankenmuth, have
Henry B. Linne, president of signed 1967-68 contracts, he said.
the MFT, also said most MFT lo- 8 e
cals are refusing to negotiate with 'Desperate Shortage'
school boards this summer be- Mary Ellen Riordan, president
cause of the state aid uncertainty, of the Detroit Federation of
Teachers (DFT), said."the Legis-,
The Legislature, facing a Fri- lature and the governor apparent-
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oficial Publivatior, oatthe Iniver-
sity of Michigan tot which TIhe
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mum of two time on reuuest; Days
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organ#wtio notices are not
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information cal ;784-87O.
THURSDAY, JUNE 29
Day Calen(Iar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
Inar-"How to Train Job Instructors":
Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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IBM 360 computer. Registration is not Physics. IE, ChE, Met. E. Text, E.
Secessary Inquiriesrmay be addressed Sutter CommunitycHospitals, Sacra-
to Prof. Frank Westervelt. fmnento, Callf,-Psychologist with trng.
and exper. in diagnosis and treatment
Doctoral Examination for Nancy Eliz- of children. PhD, supv. exper. in clin-
abeth Weber Boggess. Astronomy: the- ical setting. Responsible for trng. pro-
is: "The Structure of NGC 6822." gram in psychology.
Thurs.. June 29. Room 817 Physics- Consultants for Placing Salesmen,
Astronomy Bldg., at 2 p.m. Chairman,. Contact Bureau of Appointments -
W. P. Bidelman. Openings for salesmen in consumer,
bus. products, industrial sales. Young
Doctoral Examination for Ferrel Ger- men, mostly midwest areas.
ben Stremler. Electrical Engineering: Lever Brothers Co., Chicago, Ill. -
thesis: "Estimation of Phase Differ- Laboratory assistant for Control Labs.
ences between Stochastic Narrowband Chemistry bkgd. some lab exper. pref.,
Sigials." Thurs.. June 29. Room 4511 min. 2 yrs. college chem., all phases of
East Engineering, at 4 p.m. Chairman, analysis of control tests and quality
W. M Brown, control inspection.
Sunnyview Convalescent Center, Ypsi-
Doctoral Examination for Dorothy lanti, Mich.-Dietitian, male or female,
Ann Schwimmer Luciano, Physiology; 20-40 age, degree. Consultant position
thesis: "Sodium Movement Across the for two afternoons a month. Could be
Blood-Brain Barrier in Newborn and Saturday if necessary.
Adult Rats and its Autoradiographic Upper Peninsula Committee for Area
Localization." Fri., June 30, Room 4017 Progress, Escanaba, %lich.-Coordinator
East Medical Bldg., at 9 a.m. Chairman, of Community Action Technical As-
J B. Ranek? sistance. Will promote. design, cost

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sonnel drug, the doctors sai
Trial in
Revision
LANSING (P)--A tentati
to restrict information rele
news media in criminal ca
been revised to guard agai
dangers of secret arres
secret law enforcement.
The changes Were made
ommendations drawn up
special committee of the
Bar of Michigan studyi
issue of freedom of the pr
fair trial.
The recommendationsa
pected to go to the Sta
commissioners for reviev
summer.i

., ..ures,"we cercanmy treat Lhem as day deadline for passage of tax . r. .'c
-- .41~ LJ.1,011iy %4~11 ib Ut.Yuezuuie LVLV4~54V± 4Aly are not aware of the desperate College of Pharmacy Seminar -''
d. such," he said. reform, has not reported out a shortage of money needed to oer- Teachers' Seminar on Pbarmacognosy Doctoral Examination for Alfred Ham-
ate school districts." ilton Miller, Chemistry; thesis: "Cyclo-
Audio-viual Education Center Film propyloxy Compounds from Cyciopropyl
Mrs. Riordan said the DFT does Areviw -"SakespearerimenerFiand (Bromides." Fri., June 30, Room 3003
Srsor m atio n R elease P la n not plan to negotiate until the vats Coun"Shakespare Primer" an Ceistry, at 10 a.m, Chairman, D. T,
week before school is ready to Undergraduate Library, 1:30 p.m
open in the fall. She said in past -
years negotiations have dragged internationalCenter Tea-603 East P
on all summer and the school adison. 4:30 p.m.
board never settled before the last Linguistic Institute Forum Lecture -- POSITION OPENINGS:
week. Prof. Charles Fillmore, Ohio State Standard Oil of Ohio, Cleveland, Ohio
University, "The Grammar of Inalien- -Inexperienced: degrees needed for re-
ve plan Modifications included soften- 17-1 vote. They resulted, he said, A $1700 a year or approximately able Possession": Rackham Lecture Hall, search and trng. positions BS/MS,
10 pr cnt icrese i wht tech' 7:3 p~. ;ChE, BSIE, MBA plus ChE, MS Oper.
ased to ing of a proposed ban on public from continual discussions and 10 per cent increase is what teach- 7:30 p.m. Res, BBA, 'BSChem., Met. E, BS Ac-
ses has statements by attorneys involved evaluation of suggestions from ers feel is minimum, Linne added. Dept. of Speech University Players counting, MBA plus Psych. Experien-
nst the in criminal cases and narrowing media and bar sources. Might Negotiate Production - William Shakespeare's Bedpersonnel, under 5 yrs.: hSME,
ts and of the recommended use of con- The change designed to guard If the state aid question is set- MacBeth. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, LBA BS/MS Chem., PhD Psych., MS
tempt powers. against the dangers of secret tled, Linne said, MF'T locals might Psych., BBA Acctg., BS/BA levels in
in rec- They followed a hearing last arrests and secret law enforce- negotiate this summer "if school Center for Japanase Studies and CIC other non-technical majors.
in moThyinolansingat haihnewls-mrentshadbencretronglyforby boards are willing to settle," Summer Asian Languages Lnstitute I International Atomic Energy Agency,j
by a month in Lansing at which news- ment had been urged strongly by r re n. Robert E. Ward, director of the Cen- vacancies throughout World - South
State paper, radio and television repre- news media spokesmen. As re- He termed it fruitless to nego- ter for Japanese Studies and profes- and Central America: Nuclear reactions,
,ng the sentatives voiced strong objections vised, the rule would place greater tiate even fringe benefits until the sor of political Science, University Radioisope rradian a er
restrictions pro- emphasis on the appropriatenesssCase of Japan": Aud. A, Angell Fall, clear phys., tritium & 14c in water,
posed by the committee. of the release by law enforcement of, because all issues eventually 8:30 p.m. radiobiochem., scintillation detectors
ar x ivle iacig- and radlochem. Eastern Europe: radio-
te Bar William Ellmann, president of agencies of essential information involve financing.a disposaltrnatrs euro-
tte Barabout arrests, charges and evi- Reports from Lansing were that ,General Notices pathology, physlilogy, pharmacol. Near
w this the state bar, said the committee dence seized the 19$6-67 state aid figure of East: radloiso. in agric. & hydro., med.
Benc seied.Ushers Needed: A limited number of applic., food irradiation and reactor in-
adopted the modifications by a Another' revision eliminated an $280.50 for each child would be sr Nnedd ths erofpun adranr
adoped he odiicaionsby $20.5 fo eac chld oul beushers are needed, for the series of strumentatlon Far East: radioiso. med.
_ At-------ae-.used again this year unless tax piano concerts which will be presented applic., entomology, nuclear phys., elec-
earlier recommendation that pro- reform is adopted before Friday. in the Rackham Aud. during the month tronics, radiochem., radiobiol. Africa:
I ceedsfofmaisoadomttdfbenorcoulddbe.
eeds of a contempt fine coud be That would mean a total package of July. Persons who are interested in med. applic., agric. applic.,' nuclear
assigned by the court to reim- aou m n taushering for these concerts will please engrg., radiobiol. and chem. Desire ex-
$defendant in a criminal toschoolsapply to Mr. Warner at the box office perienced research personnel, actively
burse ato schools. of Hill Aud. on Thurs., June 29, from engaged in above fields for under 6
case for added costs incurred by - - - 7 to 8 p.m. mos. terms in areas listed, numerous
him as a result of the contempt. countries, most can use English speak-
"o""" Computing Center: Will sponsor a ers.
Also modified was a b proposal ;ORGA I-AIO presentation from 2 to 5 p.m. on June B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron, Ohio -
that prejudicial statements by r 30 in Room 25, Angell Hall. This course Personnel with under 5 yrs. exper.
NTI''ES is intended for people who have used with following degrees: non-tech.,-
a ysee i statresica atem t by MAD and/or FORTRAN on the 7090 BBA/MBA, Indust. Rel.,' Public Rel.,
1 was pending in any court, includ- and assumes no more knowledge than Acctg., Indust. Mgmt., and other non-
ing appellate courts. Under the re- that. It will cover in an introductory tech, degrees at BA levels. Technical
appellateo theT ssemonte Mth Py.,Sc. Ce ,E
About vide for a fund to pay case work- vised version, the restriction would j USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- way the use of the MTS system on the -Math, Phys., S'., Chem EE
AThey vide fora fund ay work-apply only until the imposition of NOUNCEM1ENTS is available to officially
5. They ers full salary while they are re- recognited and registered student nr-
number cuperating from injuries sustained sentence in the trial court. ganiatine'- only. Forms are available in
on the Job. This, she said, the city Lengthy Appeals Room 1311 SAB. V TODAY . ..Dial 8-6416
has termed an unbargainable. Objections to the original plan

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estimates, and see to completion pro-
grams most likely to bring maximum
benefits to laymen working on goals of
Economic Opportunity Act of 1965 in
Upper Mich. Min. MA in social sciences,
several years exper. research activities.
dealing with comm. organizations &
groups. Very demanding job requiring
travel, long hours and dedication to-
wards goals of UPCAP under Economic
Opportunity Act.
For further information please call
764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
Appointments. 3200 SAB.

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EVERYONE LOSES:
Fight Between We
Ne'w York *City De]

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WED., July 5, 8:30
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NEW YORK (RP)-The young
man and his wife sat on the wood-
en chairs in the sterile grey and
green room and held hands. He
was 22 andshe was 18. They had
been married four months. They
were being evicted from their
apartment and hadn't eaten in
three days,
They were losers-two - of the
650,000 persons on the city's wel-
fare rolls.
Thismonth many of them are
losers-caught in the middle of a
situation they didn't want, didn't
cause and don't need.
It started 10 days ago when
about 80 per cent of the Depart-
ment of Welfare's case workers
began refusing to do their assigned
tasks in a demonstration to under-
score a contract dispute with the
city.
No Work
To avoid breaking a state law
prohibiting strikes by public em-
ployes, 'they went to work but did
no work, meeting in seminars in-
stead.
A few days later, the city de-
cided that if the case workers
wanted to hold seminars, they
could them just as well on the
sidewalk, and permitted only those
willing to perform "assigned work"
to enter the welfare centers.
At some of the city's 33 centers,
those willing to work under the
specified conditions numbered on-
ly two or three of a normal staff
of 100 or more. Supervisory per-
sonnel and office help were
brought in to replace missing case
workers.
Not Enough
It hasn't been enough. Welfare
Department . spokesmen say that
the temporary setup has been suf-
ficient to maintain at least emer-
gency services.
Some doubt it.
"This is our third day here,"
the' young husband said. "Each
time we come about 10 in the
morning and at 4 in the afternoon
they give us carfare and tell us
to some back tomorrow. They give
us numbers to keep us in order.
F r e r0 b rnGaoir
DIAL 5-6290
1IOER S. AMRSE
sE

Today I got number 87.
12:30 they called number 4
haven't called another
since."
It was then 2 p.m.

"We owe 31/2weeks rent," the
man said. "This morning the land-
lord told us he couldn't wait any
more. They've got to help us to-
day."
Outside, six members of the So-
cial Service Employes Union
marched back and forth.
"We feel awful about those peo-
ple in there," said Michael Mc-
Kain.
"But I'll quit before I go back
in there if the city doesn't honor
its promises to us," McKain de-
clared.
The SSEU contract expired last
Jan. 15. At that time, the contract
dispute precipitated a three-day
walkout that ended when the city
said it would send the wage issue
to fact-finding, open direct nego-
tiations on "other issues" and later
send still-unresolved problems to
fact-finding. I
'Irresponsible'
Mayor John V. Lindsay has
called the nonworking case work-
ers "a small irresponsible group
that caused trouble for every-
body."
The city, through its director of
labor relations, Herbert Haber,
now says there are some issues
which are "not bargainable"-de-
mands by the union foi' control of
what the city considers manage-
ment prerogatives.
According to SSEU President
Judith Mage, the city promised in
January to allow fact-finders to
decide what was bargainable and
what was not and is therefore
now going back on a promise.
One of the issues, she said, is
whether the contract should pro-

The union's action now threat-
ens to spread to the city's three
children's shelters, the institutions
run to care for children whose
mothers cannot be with them dur-
ing the day.
The administrators who have
continued working, and the office
people filling the gaps, are dis-
stressed by the dispute.
"What are you going to do?"
one working administrator said.
"My people aren't striking for
money. They're out fighting for
protection for when they have to
go into slum areas on field calls.
They deserve the protection. But
650,000 people also deserve to eat
and sleep with a roof over their
heads.
"This isn't a clear-cut issue. It's
just a tragedy."
Phone 434-0130
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News media spokesmen have
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I proposed restrictions, and several
have contended that they would
encourage the police to hold back
on information that should be
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