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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUTNDAY. NOVEMBER I91 16i1.

GE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ISRAELI PRESS:
Editor Discusses
SelfIpsdRules
BY JUDITH BLEIER~
While the press in Israel is.
totally free, its editors, guided by
a, sense of national responsibility,
have voluntarily agreed to self-
imposed restrictions, Ted R. Lurie,
editor of the Jerusalem Post said
Thursday.
The editor of Israel's only Eng-
lish newspaper discussed "Flying
Kites or Press Balloons" at a jour-,
nalism lecture.
Israeli editors have been "in-f
structed in a certain sense of
national responsibility" which is
foreign to "the free wheeling free- ~?y
dom" of the American press, he
said.
Concept Varies >>

COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
NU Plans
To View
Local Bias
EVANSTON-A meeting to dis-
cuss alleged discrimination of
Evanston barbers toward Negroes
is being planned by the Student
Senate Human Relations Commit-
tee atrNorthwestern University.
Representatives of the Evan-
ston Council of Churches, NU stu-
dents, the administration, campus
area barbers and the Barbers Un-
ion will be asked to attend the
meeting.
The purpose of the session, ac-
cording to Marianne Relic, HRC
co-chairman, will be "to encour-
age (barbers) to serve all people."
"They have a valid point that
it is morehdifficult to cut Negroes'
hair, but there are some shops
that serve both races."
The committee has considered
calling for a boycott of some shops
"as a last resort, if we find defi-
nitely that they discriminate,"
Miss Relic said.
* * *
NEW YORK - The Student
Board at Columbia University
voted unanimously last.week to in-
vite Benjamin Davis and William
Buckley to debate "academic free-
dom" before a Columbia audience
within a month.

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er's certificate should be completed by
December 1. These requirements include
the teacher's oath, the health state-
ment, and the Bureau of Appointments
material. The oath should be taken as
soon as possible in 1203 University High
School. The office is open from 8-12
and 1-5.
Events Monday
. Faculty Recital: Ray P. Ferguson,
organist, will present a recital on
Mon., Nov. 20, 8:30 p.m., in Hill Aud.
Compositions he will include are by
Bach, Langlais, Liszt, Peeters, and Mes-
siaen. Open to the public.
The Center for Southern Asian Stud-
ies will present John J. 'Gumperz, lec-
turing on, "Hindi as a National Lan-
guage in India," Mon., Nov. 20, 4:00
p.m., 443 Mason Hall.
Social Work - Social Science Collo-
quium presents Prof. Kenneth Bould-
ing on "Is Peace Researchable?" Mon.,
Nov. 20, 4:15 p.m., Second Floor aud.
of the Frieze Bldg.
Engineering Mechanics and Chemical

and Metallurgical Engineering Seminar:
Mon., Nov. 20, at 4:00 p.m. in 311 West
Engineering Bldg. Dr. J. A. Herzog,
Advanced Metallurgical Studies Branch,
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio,
will speak on "Morphology and Strength
of Iron Whiskers." Coffee at 3:30 p.m.
in the Faculty Lounge.
Events Tuesday
University Lecture: "Creating Chil-
dren's Books" by Louis Slobodkin, au-
thor, illustrator, sculptor and winner
of the Caldecott Award, 1944. 4:15 p.m.,
Tues.. Nov. 21, Multipurpose Room, Un-
dergraduate Library, Third Floor.
University Lecture in Journalism: P.
D. East, editoruand publisher of "The
Petal Paper," author of "The Magnolia
Jungle," will speak on "The Uncalled
Quack" in Rackham Amphitheatre at
3 p.m., Tues., Nov. 21.
Placement
Beginning the week of November 20,
1961. the following schools will be
at the Bureau to interview candidates
for the second semester.
MON., NOV. 20-
Dearborn, Mich. (Fairlane Sch. Dist.
No. 2)-Typing; Grade 1, 2, 3 & 6.

TUES., NOV. 21-
Mt. Clemens, Mich. - Kdg., Early
Elem., Late Elem.; Jr. HS Girl's FE,
Sci., Math.
WED., NOV. 22-
East Detroit, Mich.-Jr. HS Engl., HS
Chem.
For appointments and information
contact the Bureau of Appointments,
3200 SAB, NO 3-1511 Ext. 3547.
1PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau

of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
dents, please call Ext. 3544 for inter-
view appointments with the following:
MON.-WED., NOV. 20-22- s
U.S. Navy-Naval Officers Procure-
ment Team from Detroit & Naviator
Team from Naval Air Station, Grosse
Ile, Mich., will interview potential of-
ficer candidates Mon. through Wed.
on the ground floor of Michigan Union.
Will furnish material on all Navy Offi-
cer programs. Exhibit will also be lo-
cated on ground floor of Mich. Union.
POSITION OPENINGS:
YWCA, Lansing, Mich. - Teen-Age
Program Director & Health Education
Director. Both openingsrequire BA &
ability to get along with people. Also
experience in working with youth+
groups.

U.S. Civil Service, 7th District-Open-
ings as follow: Occupational Therapist,
Clinical Social Worker, Physical Thera-
pist,cRegistered Nurses, Librarians,
Dietician, Automotive Design Engnr.,
and Stenographers.
Library of Congress-Positions as:
Technical Editor; Asst. Chief of De-
scriptive Cataloging Div.; Librarian;
Head of Training Section for Personnel
Office; Asst. Chief for Science & Tech.
Div.; Bibliographer & Science Specialist.
U.S. Civil Service--Listings for ex-
aminations on bulletin board-3200
SAB.
Revere Copper & Brass, Inc., Brook-
lyn, N.Y,-Packaging Engnr. to work
in development of specialized alum-
inum foil items.
Please call Bureau of Appts., Gen-
eral Div., 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544 for fur-

"HOOD OlFTE-SHG'UE LOJION, SIB"

The concept of freedom of the
press varies in different countries.
For example, in Great Britain the
restrictions upon criticism of the
Queen and the Crown are an "un-
written rule."
"Yeti the Israeli press is also a
fighting press," he said.
"Attempts by any official who
thinks he knows best what should
or should not be written are re-
stricted unless the restrictions are
necessary to national security," he
said.
A three-man committee, estab-
lished by written agreement of the
editors and the army, "judges both
the censor and those who violate
restrictions," Lurie asserted.
Military Censorship
"We live in a state of war with
our immediate neighbors, and mili-
tary censorship is required by the
army."
Lurie discussed the necessity for
the reporters and editors of the
Israeli press to be able to decipher
the code which comes over the
Middle Eastern broadcast net-
works.
He must also be able to "strain
out the news from the propa-
ganda."
"The Egyptian press is controlled
by the Ministry of Guidance, di-

TED R. LURIE
. .. free press

rectly descended from Joseph
Goebbels and the Hitler regime, he
stated.
The extent of propaganda has
made it virtual "suicide" for an
Arab leader to deal peacefully with
Israel, he said.
Lard Announces
Plans for Election
John Laird, Ann Arbor's Fifth
Ward councilman, has announced
that he will seek re-election to the
City Council in April. Thus, Ann
Arbor Republicans will have a
candidate for each of the five seats
at stake. All five councilmen will
seek re-election.

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ACWR's Department of Studies on the United Nations
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" "As A Unique Educational Concept"-Prof. John S. Brubacher
* "Its Contribution to International Studies"-Dr. Elton McNeil
* "Its Contribution to Economic and Social Development"-Prof. Richard L. Meier
A REPORT ON THE UN UNIVERSITY PUBLISHED BY THE DEPARTMENT WILL BE DISTRIBUTED.
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