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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Friday, October 3, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Leven

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Official publication of the Univer-
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Calendar items appear once only.
Student organizationsnotices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-8270.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3
Day Calendar
Astronomical Colloquim: Dr. Hugh
D. Aller, Dept. of Astronomy, "Electron
Densities In Quasi-Stellar Objects;" 296
Physics-Astronomy, 4:00 p.m.
Botany Seminar: Dr. Roy Watling,
Univ. of Edinburgh, "Wales, Seals, Mer-
maids, and Fungi"; 1139 Nat. S£.,, 4:15
P.M.
Pops Concert: University Philhar-
monia, Michigan Chamber Ensemble,
University Chamber Choir-Theo Al-
cantara, conductor; Thomas Hilbish,
conductor; Eva Likova, John McCol-
lum, James Berg, Willis Patterson,
guest artists: Hill Auditorium, 8:00
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General Notices
SACUA will hold a meeting on Fri-
day, October 3, 1969, at 1 :00 in the
East Conference Room (Rackham, 4th
floor) with student, administrative,
and faculty represenatives. Represent-
atives of various student groups, are
being invited including SGC, the Cen-
tral Coordinating Committee and col-
lege student organizations. Faculty re-
presentatives from the Student Rela-
tions Committee are also being invited.
The agnda for the meeting will con-
sist of preliminary discussions of the
points of disargeement on the book-
store proposals.
The following Law Schools will have
representatives on campus to discuss
admission policies and general in-
formation for interested students. Ap-
pointments may be made by calling
Mrs. Towle at 40312 or coming to 1223
Angell Hall. Appointments should be
made in advance.
Monday, October 13, Vanderbilt and
Georgetown.
Friday, October 17, Duke University
and Cornell.
Wed., October 22, Indiana.
Thursday, October 23, University of
Illinois.
Thursday, October 30, University of
Chicago.
Friday, October 31, New York Uni-
versity.
Placement Service
3200 S.A.B.
GENERAL DIVISION
Current Position Openings received
by General Division by mail and phone,
not interviews on campus - call 764-
7460 for further information:
American Motors Corporation, De-
troit: Marketing Research analyst, table
design fom computer data, degree. pref
in bus, math, econ, stat etc, and no
exper necess. Consumer Research Sup-
ervisor, degree and min 1 year in
miktg res.
Standard Oil of Ohio, Cleveland:
Product specialist, new Chem grad.
Economic analyst, ChE plus MBA and
2-4 years exper. Other engineering
areas, all areas of engrg. Chemists,
Programmers, Syst Anal, Plastic Pipe
Sales.
Edsel B. Ford Institute for Medical
Research, Detroit: Research Asst in
X-ray diffraction, degree in physics,
chem, or math.
City of Detroit, Jr. Art Curator, de-
gree in fine arts, art hist, or educa-
tion, famil with large art musetum,
lecturing and writing skills with child-
ren and adults. Jr Histarical Curator,
degee in histoy, skill in conducting his-
torical researc4. Jr Landscape Arch, de-
gree, also Asst Lands Arch, exper req.

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ASK CLOTHING AID:
ADC mothers contiue protest
(Continued from Page 1)

gency in the county, which en-
abled the state to pay for about
half of the additional clothing al-
lowance," Nielsen said. "This year
he did not."
After the mothers' interrupted
the first meeting, the participants
-- who included the Social Serv-
ices Board, and two representa-
tives of the State Department of
Social Services - quietly moved
to the county prosecutors office
to continue the meeting.
When this became known, sev-
eral of the protesters attempted
to enter the new meeting room,
but were stopped by three sheriff's
deputies.
One of the protesters, Sue Ehr-
lich, was arrested on charges of
creating a disturbance.
Mrs. Ehrich is a member of the
Citizens Committee for S c h o o 1
Clothing.
The mothers' said they w e r e
very dissatisfied with the results
of their meeting with the Super-
visors and welfare officials.
"We've made up our mind that
we're no longer interested in ne-
gotiating," said Shirley Haywood,
director of the Office of Economic
Opportunity Action Center.
The apparently unsuccessful
meeting came after the mothers
had spent almost the entire day
at the County Bldg.
The demonstrators arrived at
the building at 9:40 a.m. and be-
gan marching with signs at the
entrance to the building.
One of the signs said, "Child-
ren can't go to school dressed in
sympathy." Another said, "W h y
close the doors? Open this meet-
ing to the people."
At 10:25, 18 of the marchers
went up to the Supervisors' meet-
ing room on the second floor and
demanded that they be admitted
to the conference.
They were met at the door by
Nielsen, who refused to admit
them, saying "This is a closed
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When one mother tried to stand
in the doorway, Nielsen grabbed
her arm and attempted to push
her out. At this point several
other mothers pushed past Niel-
sen and entered the meeting room.
At this point, Nielsen turned
and told the meeting participants,
"The meeting is adjourned."
As more protesters filed into the
board room, Asst. Prosecutor
Richard Pierce warned them they
might be charged with contempt
of court for disobeying a court in-
junction obtained during the wel-
fare demonstrations last fall.
However, Pierce later admitted
the demonstrators were not vio-
lating the injunction because it
applied only to disruptions in
courts, or so-called arms of the
court - such as the prosecutor's
office.
According to Nielsen, the meet-
ing was not as "successful" when
it continued in the prosecutors
of fice as it had been ,"before the
mothers camhe in."
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"From that point on, the meet-
ing fell apart," Nielsen said. "The
thread of the whole discussion was
lost."
When one mother asked Nielsen
why the meeting was closed, Niel-
sen replied, "Because it should
be closed."
By 10:45 a.m., the number of
protesters in the board room had
swelled to 40. Many of them mill-
ed around the room, talking with
the meeting participants who had
remained in the room.
When it became apparent, at
10:50, that most of the sun,:r-
visors, and the welfare officials
had left the board room, most of
the demonstrators returned to
the Legal Aid Clinic.
Some, however, went instead to
the County Prosecutors Office.
where, it was rumored, the meet-
ing had reconvened.
t At 11:15, Mrs. Ehrlich as ke d
hAssistant County Prosecutor
Thomas Shea why the deputies
were standing guard in his of-
fice. Shea declined to reply, and
asked Mrs. Ehrlich to leave. When
she repeated her question, Shea
said, "You are under arrest for
creating a disturbance."
At 11:30 a.m., County Sheriff
Douglas Harvey arrived and con-
ferred with three of his deputies
and Shea. He left without com-
ment.
By noon, the crowd of mothers
and supporters outside the p r o-
secutors office had swelled to 40.
The mothers and their sup-
porters began blocking the two
doors to the county prosecutor's
office at 12:30 in an attempt to
keep the Supervisors and welfare
officials from leaving the meeting
place.
Supervisor Donald Edmonds (D-
Ypsilanti) emerged from the
meeting and said that the super-
visors would allow the mothers to
meet with them for at least 30
minutes, after the first meeting
*was over.
After the meeting, the mothers
met at the Legal Aid office to
plan further action. They are
planning, besides the picketing, a
noon rally on the Diag today.
They will meet again at 6 p.m.
Sunday at the Goodman Center
in Ypsilanti to plan action for
next week. Mrs. Haywood said
"We won't know what action we
will take next week until we see
how many mothers and support-
ers we have."
The Ann Arbor Black Berets
also spoke at the Legal Aid of-
fice. They said that they would be
conducting a school clothing drive
starting Oct. 14 to provide the
mothers' children with p r o p e r
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