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FRIDAY, 12 MARCH 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

VAGE SEVEN

FRIDAY, 12 MARCH 1965 TUE 3IICIIIGAN DAiLY RAGE SEYEN

Conduct Discussion Groups
To Ease Retirement

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By KATHRYN TEICH
What does our society expect of
the retired worker? "With the
exception of being a grandparent,
society defines few roles for him,"
Woodrow W. Hunter of the geron-
tology division, Institute for Hu-
man Adjustment, said recently.
After an older worker retires,
he has no ready substitute for his
eight-hours-a-day job. Concerned
about this problem, the gerontol-
ogy division is conducting re-
search to find out if the adjust-
ment to a retiree's life can be
made easier.
Discussion Groups
Since 1948, the division has been
conducting discussion groupĀ§ to
help the pre-retiree understand
the problems and situations he
will face after retirement.
Although guided by the division
to a certain extent, the members
of the groups are encouraged to
bring up their own expectations,
goals, fears and apprehensions
about their future.
Funds are provided by the Unit-
ed States Office of Education and
the Welfare Administration of
INSTANT
SIL ENCE
STUDY ANYTIME
ANYWHERE
Sound attenuators as
utilized by military and
commercial jet aircraft
ground crew personnel
are the perfect solution.
For information write:
Academic Aids
P. 0. Box 969
Berkeley 1, Calif.

the Department of H e a 1 t h,
Education and Welfare. They have
been used in part to conduct the
research and in part to developr
stories, films and still picturesI
which can be used to encourage
discussion.

(Continued from Page 6)
and Astronomy Bldg.
Voice-ORA Lecture: Mrs. Don
ten, "Three Against HUAC," 4:1
Angell Hall, Aud. A.
r' AT

na Al-
5 p.m.,

current with that of the executive offi-
cers.
Approved: That SGC appoint two
Council members, one to be an exec-'
utive officer to assist in the Joint Ju-
dicial Council interviews on March 15,
1965.

trainee. Grad pref. bkgd. in law or bus.
ad. On-the-job trng.
Republic Steel Corp., Cleveland, Ohio
-Statistical Analyst. Seniors or recent
grad. Math or statistician to analyze
mktg. data, forecast sales, etc. as staff
specialist in Mkt. Res. Div s
Maccabees Mutual Life Insurance,
Ypsianti-Sals Agent, young men, min,

FAT OUT!
THIS
WEEKEND

teteral 1V ouces

VaInsa f w-

TasNI&I, 2 yrs. college for career opportunity.
"terstones tdissueswhimG Effective March 15, 1965, Lot M-31, The following sponsored student Bkgd. in bus, or mathh elpful. 2
ulate responses to issues which Nichols Drive will be changed to a events are approved for the coming yr. trng. prog. Pref local residents.
people might otherwise not think staff paid permit lot. It is suggested weekend. Social chairmen are remind- ammed. & continuous need.
about or might be reluctant to that the persons without permits now ed that requests for approval for social -Director of Community Services, BA
mention. You can talk apaking In this area, use the new events are due in the Office of Stu- -D A in Soc. Work S rel. field. N
open lot M-29 also on Nichols Drive dent Affairs not later than 12 o'clock or MAior
person in a picture more easilyl n (two blocks East). noon on Tuesday prior to the event. exper. req. with MA Male, age 25-45.
thnaotyusl, utre-!FRI., MARCH 12- Frfrhrifrain laecl
plained. English Honors Program: Students Acacia, Toga Party; Adams, Open- For further information, please call
t ooleo.rinterested in the English Honors pro- Open; Alice Lloyd, Winterlace Ball: 74-46menera3L0 iA.
Automobile Workers gram are invited to a meeting on Fri- Beta Theta Pi, TG; Chi Phi, TG; Chi pointments, 3200 SAB.
Two hundred workers from the day, March 12 ,at 4:10 p.m. in 435 Ma- Psi, TG; Delta Upsilon, TG; Hender- SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:
automobile industry are partici- son Hall at which the program as well son, Mixer; Jordan, Fraternity Dance; Dun & Bradstreet, Detroit-Will inter-
in he tuy, o e cm-as the qualifications for admission Lambda Chi Alpha, Closed Party; Nurs- view on Wed., March 17, 1:30-4:30 pm.
pating in the study, to be com- will be discussed. Freshmen as well ing Council, Dance; Phi Epsilon Pi, Men withdegree i b, Arts, u.,
pieted in August, 1966. Through as sophomores are invited. Students Party; Phi Kappa Psi, TG; Phi Kappa den with degreesiL .rtJourn.
this survey, Hunter hopes to find definitely planning to apply should see Psi, Party; Phi Kappa Tau, TG; Phi Educ. & Bus. Admin. for positions as
out if the discussion programs are Professor Barrows (in 1223 AH) Kappa Tau, Closed Party; Phi Sigma sUreporter ACb-EpBn
Sreally of service. come arranging their schedules for Pi Lambda Phi, TG; Prescott, Open- 212 SAB-
Of the 200 automobile workers, next fall. Students in the Teacher's Open; Scott, Open-Open; Sigma Alpha American Friends service Com.
half have taken part in a discus- program are eligible. Epsilon, TG; Sigma Chi, TG;NSigma Will interview students for summer
Phi Epsilon, Open-Open; Sigma Nu, TO: Willinervi ew tdents fca orksummer
sion group on retirement situa- Ushers: Ushers are urgently needed Tau Delta Phi, TG; Theta Xi & Theta seiice projects in social work, bot
tions, and the rest, the control for the Pete Fountain Show at Hill Chi, TG; Tyler, Open-Open; Van Tyne. camp &p.
have not. After they re- Aud. Fri., March 13. Persons who are Open-Open; Wenley, Open-Open; Win-Y' March 15.
interested in ushering for this event chell, Open-Open; Zeta Beta Tau, Par- Nr
tire, all the workers will be inter- will please call NO 8-8597. Report to ty; Zeta Psi, Pledge Formal. applications & regist, cards now in
viewed at six-month intervals for the east door of Hill Aud. at 7:30 Sororities: Alpha Xi Delta, Pledge Ailableaot12 nc.Sandusky,hio-
one and a half years to find out p.m., Sat., March 13. Formal Dance; Delta Phi Epsilon, Pledge nCega Poi c pandus Ohio-
whthr orer wo oo prt Foein chlas valalefo rmu-Dance; Delta Sigma Theta, Party; Openings for ride operators & cashiers
i whether workers who took part Foreign Scholars available for remun- Kappa Alpha Theta, Pledge Formal. to start work May 17. Applications
in the retirement programs make erative teaching and research positions SAT., MARCH 13- available.
a better adjustment in retirement in U.S. universities, mostly for 1965-66, Adams, Open-Open; Allen Rumsey' Details & applications available at.
years than those who did not. are listed in a publication held by Open-Open; Alpha Epsilon Pi, House Summer Placement, 212 SAB.
Associate Dean Miller in Room 118 Party; Beta Theta Pi, Band-Theme;
"With the ever-decreasing re- Rackham. All have been nominated Chicago, Open-Open; Chi Phi, Band ENGINI.ERiNG PLACEMENT INTER-
tr enagpolhaeadv-for U.S. government travel grants, al- Party; Delta Chi, Band Party; Delta ~i1S..~ rdsuetpes
tieme"n't epepe*ave a di: EiB VE SSnns &grd sudents, please
dedo iei hi eieetthough these grants may not be award- Kappa Epsilon, Psi Upsilon & Alpha sg.pse t18HWs
dedo iei hi eieet ed in all cases. Delta Phi, Band Party; Delta Sigmasg ceuepse t18HWs
years. Whatever other benefits re- Phi, Ides of March Party; Delta Tau EnzArC,.
tirement discussion programs may summary of Action Taken by Student Delta & Zeta Beta Tau, Party; Delta MARCH 16 -
Govenmet Conci at ts eetng o Epilon Paty.Babcock & Wilcox Co., Alliance, Ohio
be found to have, I look on them Government Council at Its Meeting of Epsilon, arty, -MS-PhD: ChE, CE, EE, EM, ME &
as important settings in which March 10, 1965 Lambda Chi Alpha, Closed Party; Phi1 Met, MS: Sanitary Engrg, & Mat'ls.
Approved: That the Organization for Epsilon Pi, Party; Phi Kappa Psi, 'R. &. D., Des.
older people can decide for them student-Faculty Educational Endeavors Movie & Record Party; Phi Kappa Tau, .CampbesSoup Co., Various locations
selves their goals after retire- be granted permanent recognition. Closed Party; Phi Sigma Delta, Band CBe SoCo. Varios ions
~ent," Hunte said Approved: That the Lutheran Col- Party; Sigma Alpha Mu, Closed Open-ME, U.S. & Canadian citizens. Ap-
' , _ _ . legians of the Wisconsin Evangelical Open; Sigma Phi Epsilon, House Par-
Lutheran Synod be granted permanent ty; S. Quad, E. Quad, W. Quad Inter- plied Process Dev.-ChE; Plant Engrg.-
Tau eltaPhi ME; Standards-(IE) bay lead to Prod.
- -- recognition. House Council, Formal; Tau Delta Phi C e A nditioning Co ra
Approved: That the LaCrosse Club Band Party; Theta Chi, Night Club Cre, .iB-C :EiEi&n MES:
be granted temporary recognition. Party; Theta Delta Chi, Post Concert cuse N.Y.-BS-MS: EM, IE & ME. BS:
t \ Approved: That the Meterology and Party; Theta Xi, Country Club Party; E& Service.
Oceanography Student Councibe Zeta Beta Tau, TG. Continental Oil Co., Ponca City, Okla.
D ily granted temporary recognition. Sororities: Kappa Delta, Pledge For- -All Degrees: ChE. MS-PhD: Petrol.
Approved: That the Student-Faculty mal.
Relations Committe of the School of yma__Engrg.,Physics & Analyt. Chemists.
or egran temporaryree- Math, Org. & Phys. Chem. BS-MS
;,rcognitionokbegan,.1tmprrtrcit tIf VChE. SB: Chem, & ChE. R. Soil&sEgr. hmDr eh ae., rc
Approved: That the Student Govern- Eyr., Betor e a.
ment Council of the University of ANNOUNCEMENTS: Ethel Corp., Baton Rouge, La. All
Michigan endorse a letter to President Attention: Seniors & recent grads -- Enrg. Can consider non-citizens be-
Hatcher regarding the investment p01- Professional work in the YWCA. Op- oEng U.s. dcit es.b&
icy of the University toward South portunities as Program Directors (teen- coming U.S. citizns. . & D., Des. &
Africa. age, young adult, health, physical educ. Prod
Support the meeting requested with- & recreation) & Executive Directors. Mich.-a: EE. Can consider non-citi-
in the letter and request the use of Need experienced candidates, also. Bro- MinsbecomgCU.i. citi
THE the Diag for this purpose. chures available at Bureau of Appoint- zeus becoming U.S. citizens.
Appropriate $10 for publicity for th, ments. bs uloisCr.
1 meeting. Westchester Business School, New s, Ohio--BS & PhD: EE. Prod. &
Allocate five reams of mimeograph Rochelle & White Plains, N.Y.-An- MgSagys.
paper to be used by the ad hoc com. nounces summer Exec. Secretarial & sMicliga., State Highway De-tS: CE
mittee. Actg.-Automation-Computer programs anne Divd~ Lansing, Mich.BS-M: CE.
SPAT 0V.CANADA Approved: In reply to a telegram re- Courses for advanced & review stu- Can consider noncitizens becoming ci-
ceived by Student Government Counc- den tsbegin in June. Details at Bu- & D., Des, Prod.
from Martin Luther King, Jr., the fol- reau. U.,Govt., NASA, J. F. Kennedy Space
A lowing resolution be sent by telegran------ Cnter, Cape Kennedy, Fla.; Manned I
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to President Lyndon B. Johnson, Gov - -VNy IIu;
George Wallace, Rev. Martin Luther Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass.-
King, Jr., Gov. George Romney. Alst Women grads for career opportuni-
copies be sent to President Hatcher ties. Statistical work, Science research,
and Mayor Creal: Library Ass'ts. & Course Ass'ts. (read
"Student Government Council of th & appraise papers of Bus. Ad. grad
University of Michigan condemns th, students). Secretaries & office ass'ts.-
brutal treatment of U.S. citizens i? may lead to admin. & supv. position.
Selma, Ala., by state troopers under Double A Products Co., Manchester,
orders from Gov. George Wallace. Mich.-Sales Trainee, ME, EE or E. de-
"Council urges that the federal gov- gree. Age 22-25, willing to travel. 2-4 yrs.
ernment take all necessary steps to ; trng. prog. leads to Field Sales Repres.
safeguard United States citizens in the Pref. some work exper.
exercise of their constitutional rights." Continental National American In-
Approved: 1. That students do not surance, Toledo - Claims adjuster,
sign leases on any unfinished buildings. t
2. Any student in doubt about ren--
tal procedure should obtain fromnth ! AN ~' N
OSA the booklet entitled "Off-Campus E" to,7A,
Housing in Ann Arbor."'
3. That the executive committee do
all in their power to secure the atten-
tion of the student body concerning
the feeling of Council on this matter.
Accepted: An election recount report___------
from the chairman of th. Credentials
and Rules Committee. Use of This Column for Announce-
Approved: That seating of Council ments is available to officially recog-
members take place in the following nized and registered student organiza-
manner: tions only. Forms are available in Room
"In order of the number of votes +0lllSAB.
polled for each candidate in the Stu- .*
dent Government Council election held Bahai Student Group, Public meet-
March 1, 1965, Council will decide ing, Speaker: Gerold Bagley, "Does God
whether or not to seat each candidate Exist?", March 12, 1965, 8 p.m., 725 S.
individually." Division.
Approved: The seating of the fol-
lowing Council members for terms of Graduate Outing Club, Hiking and,
one year: Paula Cameron, Mickey Eis- or toboganning, March 14, 2 p.m., Rack-
enberg, Sue Ness, Steve Schwartz, JackI ham, Huron St. entrance.
Winder; for terms of one-half year:**
Chris Mansfield, Steve Daniels, Paul Guild House, Friday noon luncheon
Pavlik, Don Resnick. discussion, Prof. Marc Pilisuk, "Sey
Appointed: Charles Cooper as ad- and the New Morality," March 12, 12-1
ministrative vice-president of Student p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe.
Government Council for a term con-* **
Joint Judiciary Council, Petitioning
T _ is now open and until March 19 at 5i
p.m. Pickup petition forms in Room
1loll SAB.

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AE, EE, IE & ME. All Degrees: AE &
Astro., EE, EM, & ME. BS: E Math &
E Physics. MS-PhD: Math & Physics.
R. & D., Dev.. Des.
NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center,
Huntsville, Ala.-All Degree's: AE & As-
tro., EE & ME. MS-PhD: Physics &
Math. Can consider non-citizens becom-
ing U.S. citizens. R. & D., Des.
U.S. Air Force, Worldwide-All De-
grees and Programs, Officers Training
School.
MARCH 16-18-
General Motors Corp., Midwest &
East-Summer Employment: Co., Jr., Sr
& Grads in ME; Jr., Sr. & Grads in IE
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"Christianity: A Religion for Women
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* * *
Voice Political Party and O.R.A. pre-
sents Donna Allen, member of Women's
Strike for Peace. Mrs. Allen, an au-
thor, labor economist, and professor was
called before House Un-American Ac-
tivities Committee, and refused to tes-
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12 at 4:15 p.m., on "Three Against
HUAC." Everyone welcome.
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