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,Board AcceptsWelfare Plan
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The Board of Directors of the
State Association of Supervisors
approved a welfare program last
Monday designed to save $10 mil-
lion in state and county funds.
The program, prepared by Gov.
John B. Swainson and Fidele F.
Fauri, dean of the social work
school, will include Michigan un-
der the Federal Aid to Dependent
Children of Unemployed Parents
(ADC-U) law.
The proposal calls for a special
Move Offices
Of Foundation
The offices of the Protestant
Foundation for International Stu-
dents are now located at 536
Thompson St., after being moved
from Lane Hall.
The foundation's counseling
services, open to all, foreign stu-
dents regardless of religious faith,
will be directed this year by Rev.
Paul Dotson;

session of 'the state Legislature to
authorize the state's participation
until next June. An interim task
force would be created to rec-
ommend procedures if the federal
program. is continued next year.
"The status quo would return next
June unless permament legislation
is enacted," Fauri explained.
Authorization Defeated
The authorization for the full
federal program was defeated last
May because of controversy on
state or county control, he not-
The board meeting last Monday
attempted to clear up many of
the objections to the program.
Swainson and Fauri presented da-
ta predicting county savings and
the amount of additional person-
nel. Washtenaw County, for ex-
ample, would save approximately
$132,000 in relief assistance, with
the addition of four employes to .
the welfare office.
The question of state or county
control of the program was also
discussed. Under federal law the
program must be administered by

... relief program

employes under a merit system.
Thus, for the six month period the
program must be under state con-
trol, postponing the long-range
decision, Fauri explained.
"I think it is folly for the Leg-
islature not to accept federal
funds which will help relieve the
tight fiscal situation of the state."

Cite 'Service
To Disabled
At Colleges
Although special programs are
occasionally discussed for dis-
abled students at the University,
there is no need for such plans at
the present time, Melbourne Mur-
phy, assistant director of Health
Services, said.
According to Associate Direc-
tor of Admissions Gayle C. Wil-
son, disabled students are not dis-
couraged from coming to Michi-
gan if they feel capable of coping
with the campus. Murphey noted,
however, that, once here, some
special concessions may be made
to assist them.
Attempts are made to get them
ground-floor rooms both in the
dormitories and for classes. Such
students may also be, given keys
to the various elevators, such as
the one in Angell Hall, if their
use is imperative.
Illinois Termed Pioneer
The University of Illinois at
Champaign, termed a pioneer in
the field, began a program in 1948
especially for disabled veterans
which has been expanded to in-
clude any disabled student. Last
year there were 166 handicapped
students on the campus. Among
the specialized facilities provided
are ramps leading into buildings,
specially fitted buses, and modi-
fied living quarters.
A second center is being creat-
ed for handicapped students in the
Midwest at the University of Mis-
souri at Columbia. Administrators
there plan to modify all the facili-
ties and organize all university
services in such a way that severe-
ly handicapped students can at-
Eliminates Barriers
Kansas State Teachers College
at Emporia, however, is one of the
schools which feels it can handle
disabled students without physi-
cal adaptation. In the college's 'ex-
perience, the primary factors
needed are understanding and in-
New York, recognizing the need
to aid the disabled, has recently
adopted a policy of eliminating
architectural barriers on public
buildings which would prevent
their use by handicapped persons.




A BOY. F72
JO-So sorry about Saturday night,
why don't we make it for next week-
end sometime? Andy. F71
ALL PERSONS interested in joining the
JACK'S please meet in the MUG to-
night at 7:30. F70
I WAS dreaming that I was at 636 Lin-
wood Ave. with you Maybe we could
meet someday at Mary's Court. Craw.

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from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.



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GOOD GRIEF! Not another September1
birthday? Happy birthday anyway
Bob . . . Sue, Roz, Linus, etc. F3
NEED an extra UCLA-U. of M. football
ticket? Football ticket resale, side
desk Michigan Union, Sat. morning
10-12. P59
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DIXI-LAND DRUMMER wanted, please
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meet me in the Fly tonight at 8:00.
Sorry I don't know how to get hold Appointments
of you any other way. Ben. A18


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