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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

T SDAY:,;.OCTOBER 4, 1966

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PAE~ ~T~IWT THE MICHIGAN DAILV TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4.1966

ASNE, ANPA Term Proposals

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Over-Zealous,

Obj ectionable

Syst's., Syst's Eng.-Elec., Eng. Ad. BS:
CE, Applied Math. Dec., April,.June &
Aug. R. & D., Des., Prod. & Sales. Citi-
zens only. Summer employment: Jr.,
Sr., Grad students in ChE, ME, EE,
IE sign BS & summer schedule.
Sparton Electronics Div. ,Sparton
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ME. Dec., April & June. R. & D., Des.,
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(Continued from Page 3) ;
"are reasonable in tone, construct-;
ive in nature and should be re-
ceived by the press in the same
spirit."
"Yet the thrust of the recom-
mendations is toward control, ev-
en censorship of information from
police officers and attorneys which
will tend to inhibit communica-
tions between police, courts and
the' public at least at the time
of maximum public attention,"
the head of the professional jour-
nalistic society added.
Recommendations
The ABA study group described
its recommendations, which fol-
lowed a 20-month study, as ten-
tative and designed "for consid-
eration and discussion."
A final report will be submitted
to the ABA's Special Committee
on Minimum Standards for Crimi-
nal Justice for Presentation to
the ABA Board of Governors and
House of Delegates.
The study group, headed by Jus-
tice Paul C. Reardon of the Su-
preme Judicial Court of Massa-
chusetts, said the canons of legal
ethics should be revised to limit
what prosecutors and defense law-
yers may say publicly about a
suspect, witnesses and evidence
from the time of arrest until com-
pletion of trial.
Similarly, it recommended that
all criminal courts adopt rules to
limit release of information by
police and law enforcement agen-
cies.
Study Group
The study group recommended
that violators be made subject to
contempt of court procedures and,
In the case of lawyers, "in more
serious cases," to disbarment.
On the whole, the judges, and
lawyers rejected restricting crime
news coverage by new laws or
through expanded use of the
courts' contempt powers.
But they said that -in rare in-
stances of deliberately trying to
affect the outcome of a trial in
progress, "limited use" of contempt
powers should be directed against
a person responsible for dissemi-
nation of potentially prejudicial
rmaterial."
However, the panel said in a pre-
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amble to its 226-page report, "We;
submit that the primary burdenl
for ensuring fair trial rests on thec
legal branch and the agencies1
which serve and minister to it."
Voluntary -
At the same time the study
group called on the news media
to voluntarily exercise restraint
in the reporting of criminal mat-
ters.
Notson and Murray said the re-
port amounts to an attack on free1
speech and a free press "because
it seeks to control the sources of
the news, that is, the attorneys
and the law enforcement officers,
in violation of the First Amend-
ment."
They said "putting prior re-,
straint on news sources is equi-
valent to putting prior restraint
on the press;"
Monumental Effort
On the other hand, the ASNE
spokesman called the report "a
monumental effort by the bench
and bar to put their own house in
order" and to ensure fair trial by
selection of jury panels free from
essential prejudice.
Bryan said the report "warrants
careful study" and he called for
a continuing dialogue on the prob-
lems of free press and fair trial.
But, he added, "many newspa-
pers will have a concern lest the
issuance of this report may be con-

sidered an invitation to police de-
partments, prosecuting attorneys,
defense attorney and trial judges
to deny the newspapers access to
important elements of news which
in the public interest they have
long and usefully printed about
crimes and criminals."
Information
Types of information which the
committee recommended be with-
held by prosecutors, defense at
torneys and law enforcement
agencies include:
-The prior criminal record or
statements as to the character or
reputation of a defendant.
--The existence or contents of
any confession, admission or state-
ment given by the defedant or his
refusal or failure to make a state-
ment.
-The identity, testimony or
credibility of prospective witnesses.
Lawyers and police officers
would be permitted to give the
identity of an arrested person, the
circumstances of arrest, the sub-
stance of the charge and to de-
scribe evidence seized.
Whenvdisclosure of prior crim-
inal records would aid in the ap-
prehension of a suspect or serve
"to warn the public of any dangers
he may present," the committee
said, an exception should be made
to the suggested policy of nondis-
closure.

(Continued from Page 2) tion. Do not sign schedule for in-
Co. folder for further consideration. Do terview appt. Citizens & non-citizens If
not sign schedule for interview appt. fluent in English (Canadian, French,
Owens-Illinois, Inc., Various locations German, or Spanish).
throughout the country-BS-MS: ChE, Dow Corning Corp., Midland, Hem-
EE, IE, ME, June & Aug. grads. Des., lock, Mich.; Elizabethtown & Carroll-
Prod, Sales, Project Eng., Process Eng. ton Ky.; Stamford, Conn.; Greensboro,
Citizens required. N .C.-Any Degree: ChE. BS-MS: EE,
ME. BS: EM, E Phys., Mat'Is. Dec.,
Penn Controls, Inc., Goshen, Ind. & I April, June & Aug. grads. R. & D., Des.,
Wheaton, Iii,-BS: AR, ChE, ER, E Prod., Sales. Citizens only. Summer em-
Math, EM, E Phys., IE, ME, Sci. Eng., ployment: Jr., Sr. & Grads in ChE &
Economics, For. Languages, Physics. Dec. EE sign summer employment schedule.
April, June & Aug. grads. Sales Eng. Interviews will be after 5 p.m.
Citizens required.
Union Carbide, Group I Div., Chemi- Emerson ELctric Co., ll Div., Loca
N.Y., N.J., W. Va.-Plants in N.Y.,.NJ Los Angeles, Calif.-Any Degree: EE,
W. Va., Texas & Sales Offices coast to ME: BS-MS: AE, EM, IE. Prof.: App.
coast-BS-MS: ChE, EE, ME, also MBA Elech's. S Elect. S P., SystS Eng.
&Aug. gBS: IE. &D., D., Pu eComm. Sci. BS: CE, E Phys., Applied
Sales. iCtizens required. , P Math, Sci. Eng. Also Bus. Ad. & Acctg.
OaeC~T 0- euied Dec., April, June & Aug. grads. Sum-
Calif. nst. of Tech. Jet Propulsion mer employment: Jr., Sr. & Grad in
Lab., Pasadena, Calif. - MS-PhD: AE EE & ME place college interview form
, Psadna,, Cli. E MSPhD : Ein blue co. folder for further consid-
Bioeng., Comm. Sci., ER. Mat'ls., Plan- eration, Do not sign schedule for in-
Mero p.hystron., Blochem.,ci heci terview appt. R. & D., Des., Prod. &
Syst's., Syst's. Eng.-Elec., EM. R. &Sales. Citizens & non-citizens with
D., Des. Citizens only, permanent visa.
Carborundum Co., Niagara Falls, N.Y. General 'tire & Rubber Co., Ohio,
Logan, Ohio; Perth Amboy, N.J., La- Ind., Ky., Miss., Tex., Pa., Mass.-BS-
trobe, Pa.-Any Degree: ChE, IE, Ma- MS: ChE. BS: EE, IE, ME, Sci. Eng.,
terials. BS-MS: EE, EM, ME. BS: Math, Analyt. & Gen. Chem., Gen. Lib. Arts.
App., E Phys., Met. MS-PhD: NA & Any Degree: Org. & Phys. Chem. Dec.
Mar, Dec. & April grads. R. & D., Des., & April. Summer employment: Sr. &
Prod., Sales, Citizens only. Grad. For R. & D. Place college in-
Commonwealth Associates, Inc. Jack- terview form in blue co. folder for
son, Mich.-BS: CR, RE, MR. Dec. further consideration. Do not sign
grads. Des. Citizens only., schedule unless openings exist on per-
Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., Finlay, manent schedule on Fri., Oct. 7-a.m.
Ohio & Auburn, Ind.-BS: IE, Applied Permanent candidates have priority.
Math, Data Processing Grp.. BBA: Prod, Citizens only.
Mgmt. Dec., April, June grads. Dev., National Steel Corp., Buffalo, N.Y.;
Des., Prod. Citizens oW% Detroit, Mich.; Weirton, W. Va.; E.
Deere & Co., All Deere units, mostly Evanston, Ill.; Portage, Ind.-Any De-
Midwest-BS: EM, IE, Mat'ls., Applied gree: ChE ,EM, Mat'ls., Met. BS: CE,
Math, ME, Met., Lib. Sci., Math, Dec., RE, E Phys., IE, Applied Math, ME. Dec.,
April, June grads. R. & D., Des., Prod. April, June & Aug. R. & D., Des.,
Mgmt. Trng. & Library. Summer Em- Prod., Sales. Citizens only.
ployment: So., Jr. in ME, t ,Met. for Phillips Petroleum Co.,R. & D. and
trng. in prod. des., IE, eMt. & Foun- all. other tech, activities. Any Degree:
dry. Place college interview form in ChE, ER, ME. MS-PhD: IR. ES-MS:
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