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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

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"REPARES CONFERENCE:

Four Major Issues Face Exploration

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

I BUSINESS SERVICES

By JOHN ROBERTS
With its initial burst of pub-
licity beginning to wane, Ameri-
cans Committed to World Respon-
sibility has turned to the work
necessary to translate its objectives
into political reality, ACWR lead-
er Alan Guskin, Grad, said yester-
day.
Currently, the organization is
concentrating on preparations for
a study conference, tentatively
scheduled for the middle of De-
cember. The principal purpose of
the conference will be to establish
study groups to investigate areas
and issues, Guskin said. However,
invitations to speak have been
sent to a number of political lead-
ers, and the magnitude of the con-
ference will diepend on the re-
sponse to these invitations.
Representative-elect Gi l b e r t
Bursley (R-Ann Arbor) has al-
ready indicated that he will ad-
dress the group.
Summarize Needs
The area study groups will con-
sist of about ten persons each, one
of whom will be a foreign student
from the country being studied.
These groups will attempt to sum-
marize the needs and resources of
the country, and examine the
customs, political problems, and
enviromental circumstances rele-
vant to the establishment of Youth
Corp contingents there.
A pilot study group is being
organized in advance of the con-

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ference; it will probably concen-
trate on Viet Nam and be headed
by Merril Jackson, Grad, a native
of the country.
The study groups, set up on the
advice of Prof. Samuel Hayes of
the economics department, will at-
tempt to anticipate the political
objections likely to be raised
against the Youth Corps. An
examination of both sides of these
issues will be made and presented
to Congress, to avoid the appear-
ance of being too demanding, Prof.
Hayes said.
Concentrate on Issues
There are at least four issues
which will be explored. First, the
arguments for and against allow-
ing service in the Youth Corps in
fulfillment of military obligations
will be weighed and evaluated.
Secondly, the effect of a Youth
Corps on the United States balance
of payments appears significant in
the light of recent cuts in over-
seas personnel. Tied with this is
the problem of how to best dis-
tribute the burden of costs.
Thirdly, the requirements de-
manded of nations desiring Youth
Corp aid, particularly with respect
to political forms, has become an
issue. The study group will weigh
the alternatives of aid to allies
only, or aid also to neutrals who
accept assistance fi om the Com-
munists. A final consideration

would be the circumstances, if any,
under which Youth Corps contin-
gents might be sent to anti-
American nations.
Problems of Control
Fourth, the problem of controlf
will be discussed. There are dis-
advantages in allowing the govern-
ments of either the United States
or the aided country to exercise
control of the Youth Corps, Guskin
noted,
If America insists on "holding
the reins," it may leave itself open
to the charge of neo-colonialism.
If the Youth Corps is controlled by
the native government, it may
become a tool for concentrating
power in the hands of a few.
Administration of the program
through thebUnited Nations is an
alternative, but it raises the dan-
ger that an expanded AmericanI
contribution would compromise the
organization's s u p r a - national
character.
Prior to the conference parties
interested in the ACWR program
will have the opportunity to hear
a specialist on Nigeria describe the
educational resoures of the new
nation. Prof. Glen Taggart of
Michigan State University will
speak to the Society for Inter-
national Development on Nov. 29
in the Michigan Union. Prof.
Hayes, a member of the society,
has invited all members of the
ACWR to attend.

(Continued from Page 4)
ter, the scholarship office at the grad-
uate school, Glen Alt, College of En-
gineering; and Prof. Thomas G. Gies,
School of Business Administration,
University libraries will be closed
IThanksgiving. Day. Nov. 24. Libraries
will also be closed Sat, and Sun., Nov.
26 and 27.
The General Library and the Under-
graduate Library will close Wed., Nov.
23 at 5 p.m., as will many of the
divisional libraries. The General Li-
brary will be open on Fri., Nov. 25 from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the Undergraduate
Library will be open from 9 a.m. to.
5 p.m. All units $within the General
Library Bldg., excluding the Map Room,
will be open on regular Friday sched-
ules, except for the closing hour, which
will be 5 p.m. instead of 6 p.m. The
Map Room will remain closed on Fri-
day,
Most divisional libraries will be open
on short schedules Fri., Nov. 25. The
Thanksgiving recess hours for each
library will be posted on the library
doors.
Foreign Visitors
Following are the foreign visitors
who will be on the campus this week
on the dates indicated. Program ar-
rangements are being made by the
International Center: Mrs. Henry J.
Meyer.
Prof. Edward Tang, Prof. of Public
Administration, Taiwan College of Law
and Commerce, Republic of China, Nov.
21-Nov. 23.
Events Wednesday
Zoology seminar: Dr. Sidney Beck,'
Mammalian Genetics Center, will speak
on "The Eyeless Mouse on Wed., Nov.
23, at 4:00 p.m., 2054 Natural Science.
Doctoral Examination for Paul Edgar
Mott, Sociology; thesis: "Sources of
Adaption and Flexibility in Large Or-
ganizations," Wed., Nov. 23, 5609 Haven
Hall, at 4:00 p.m. Chairman, G. E.
Swanson. -
1960-61 Zwerdling Lectures in Old'
Testament Studies: Frank Moore Cross,
Jr., Prof. of Semitic Languages and
Literatures, Harvard University, will
speak on "The Qumran (Dead Sea)
Scrolls" Mon., Nov. 28, 4:15 p.m. in
Aud. A and on 'Essene Origins" Tues.,
Nov. 29, 4:15 p.m. in Aud. A.
Placement Notices
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
National Institutes of Health, WashA
D.C. area - Immediate openings for
qualified graduate Mathematicians for
Training in digital computer computa-
tion methods, to serve in consulting
and planning capacity to medical re-
search investigators.
Oakland Board of County Road Com-
missioners, Pontiac, Mich. - Openings'
in Engineering Dept. for experienced
graduates (B.S. Civil E.) as Chief
Draftsman and Asst. Construction Eng
Also need 2 draftsman with 2 yrs col-
lege and 3 yrs experience. '
Johnson's Wax, Racine, Wis. - Ex-
perienced Industrial Engineer to deal
with work methods in packaging and
materials handling. Also looking for
experienced Industrial Designer with
Mechanical Engineering background
available in the office of the director
and the counselors, International Cen-

for appliance, container and packaging
projects.
Argus Cameras, Anne Arbor-WOMAN
Secreetary-Translator for Foreign Pro-
curement Division. Proficiency in GER-
MAN and 1 other language, preferibly
Japanese, required.Shorthand, typing
required. College background desirable,
but degree not needed,
BLAW-KNOX CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. -
Openings for experienced grads for
various engineering positions in Pitts-
burgh, Ellwood City, and "Chicago. (B.S.
in Ino.E., Mech.E., C.E., Chem.E., re-
quired, M.E., I.E. desirable for some
positions.) Also openings for exper-
ienced Metallurgists, Electronics Elec-
tricians.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
Applications available for Resort
Work in the Pocono Mountains of
Pennsylvania. There are 180 resorts in
the Poconos.
New jobs come into the Summer
Placement Service every day. More jobs
than students now available. Open
daily from 1:30 to 4:55 p.m. and all
day Friday.
Interviews-Seniors & grad students
please call Bureau of Appointments,'
Ext. 3371, for interview appoint's, with
the following:
NOV. 29-
Internal Revenue Service, Detroit -
Selective interviews for positions of
Revenue Agent - accounting major;
Revenue Officer-any major; & Special
Agent - BusAdmin., or Econ, Law,.
Educ., Criminology & Accounting com-
bined.
Travelers Insurance Co., Hartford,
Conn., Detroit & offices throughout
the U.S.-All kinds of insurance &
various bonds, Men & WOMEN-Li-
beral Arts or BusAd., for Actuarial,
Claims, Sales & Service, Underwriting
or Admin. On-the-job TRAINING,
NOV. 30-
U.S. Dept of Labor, Wash., D.C., &
throughout U.S. - will interview men
& WOMEN; B.B.A. or B.A. in Econ.,
Poli. Sch., History -- for programs in
Economics, Labor Mgmt., Training,
Personnel, Public Admin., Statistics &
Investigation. Intensive initial TRAIN-
ING for college grads who are appoint-
ed through Management Intern pro-f
gram of FSEE.
DEC. -
McGraw Hill Publishing Co., N.Y. --
interviewing men for editorial posi-
tions with business & tech. magazines:
Business Week, Chem. Engrg., Textile
World, etc. On-the-job TRAINING pro-
grams on various magazines covering
Iprofessional writing, interviewing, edit-
in;, production & sales. Grad in Li-
beral Arts, Econ., Science, or BusAd.
U.S. Public Health, Detroit-TRAIN-
ING for seniors or alumni; males un-
der age 30, B.A. degree for following
positions - Public Health Advisor,
Communicable Disease Investigator &
Interviewer, Duties -include: work with
planning & conducting community
surveys, interviews with infected pa-
tients to elicit pertinent data for in-
vestigation; arranging for referral,
treatment, etc.
DEC: 2--
Project Matterhorn, Princeton Univ..
N.J. - Men with B.S., M.S. or Ph.D.
Physics, U.S. citizens only, for R. & D.
& Engineering Design at Forrestal Re-
search Center. Project is part of the
Sherwood Project on control of the
thermonuclear power of the H bomb
for peace time purposes.
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Michigan Civil Service is now recruiting applicants for its current examina-
tion program. Trainee positions involving intensive on-the-job development
programs will be filled from this examination.,
Applicants must be college graduates by August 1961. Variations in majors
required according to class. Applicants must submit transcripts of their
college credits with their applications where indicated on the announcement.
Write for applications for examination before DECEMBER 15, 1960 to the
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BENEFITS AVAILABLE TO STATE OF MICHIGAN EMPLOYEES:
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Regular salary increases
Promotional opportunities
Group insurance program
Longevity pay
Liberal annual and sick leave provisions (Payment of 50% of earned sick leave
on retirement or death. No limit on sick leave pccrual.!
Unemployment compensation
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Organization I
Notices
NOVEMBER 22, 1960
Programs, social events, entertain-
ments, debates, etc. which are to be
presented to the campus or to a large
segment of it are subject to approval
by Student Government Council. Pe-.
titions must be submitted at least 2
weeks before the event is to take place
and publicity may not be released until
approval has been secured. Forms may
be secured from Miss Julia Winston,
Admin. Sec., Student Government
Council, 3011 Student Activities Buld.
Activities may not be scheduled for
the seven days prior to the beginning
of a final examination. For Detailed'i
Procedures see University Regulations
Concerning Student Affairs, Conduct,
and Discipline.
* '
Congr. Disciples E & R Stud. Guild,
Cost Luncheon Discussion, Nov. 22, 12
Noon, 524 Thompson,
Rifle Club, No Meeting, Nov. 23.
Senior Board, Seniors-order your cap
and gown for February graduation at
Moe's Sport Shop, 711 N. University,
Monday-Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to
5:30 p.m.
W e s l e y Fdn,, Holy Communion,
Chapel followed by breakfast In Fine
Rm. 7 a.m.; Mid-week Refresher, 4-5
p.m.; Nov. 23, Ist Meth. Church.
Ullr Ski Club,,.Nov. 22, 7:30 p.m.,
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Friday till 9 a.m. Monday, . .
The following part-time jobs are $12.00 plus 8c a mile. Rates in-
available. Applications for these jobs clude gas, oil, insurance.
can be made in the Non-Academic 514 E. WASHINGTON ST.
Personnel Office, 1020 Admin. Bldg., * TRUCKS AVAILABLE
Monday through Friday, '8:00 a.m. to 01
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Employers desirous of hiring part-
time or temporary employees should FOR RENT
contact Bill Wenrich at NO 3-1551, ext.-
2939. FEMALE ROOMMATE(s) desired for
Students desiring miscellaneous jobs boy's fiancee. Call 213 Adams-W.Q,
should consult the bulletin board in NO 2-4401. C82
Room 1020, daily.
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work. C79
3-Steno-typists (morning hours only),--
15-Psychological subjects (21 or over, 3 RM. FURNISHED APT. on campus,
for drug experiements) 1021 E. Huron. Available Dec. 1. In-
10-Psychological subjects (for one, 2- quire at N. basement door at rear of
hour period) building between 9 A.M. and 5 P.M.
3-Girls for light housework (hours to Monday-Friday or phone NO 2-7401
be arranged) between 7 and '9 P.M. Lela B. F'er~u-

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DISPOSING of part of my large library
at private sale. There are books on
every subject ' among thousands of
books collected for 65 years. Showings
at 617 Packard St. from 12 p.m. to 5
p.m. every day except Supday. Rea-
sonable prices. FF1
BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat.
terson and Auld Co. 1209 South Uni-
versity, NO 8-8887. FF2
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tunity to occupy and care for apart-
ment in Ann Arbor during tenant's
absence. References available. Apply
to Michigan Daily, Box No. 6. F182
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from the Warhorses on your.sLeerail-
Vikingsmanship. F181
IT'S A KNOWN FACT THAT.., "If we
wish to abandon foreign collision, we,
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some Nov. 30, TDec. 1, 2, 3 at KIS-
MET." P179
TO ALL JANUARY GRADUATES: Any-
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speaker for January graduation, con-
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Jim Agnew at NO 5-9422. F178
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to be tutored in conversational Eng-
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evenings. F177
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musicians. Call Tim, NO 3-7440 after
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