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Promote Education for Married Women

Hayes Notes Importance
Of Government Agencies

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Those women whose interests
are not educationally oriented at
the time they are in cQllege, or
those who have lost contact with
the academic atmopsnere may seek
help from the Minnesota Plan for
Women's Continuing Education.
At this point in their lives the
women may be more concerned
with becoming housewives than
with learning about history, liter-
ature or the arts. Therefore, the
counselors working under the'
plan start them thinking about

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what they want to do with their
lives once they .leave the campus.
They also teach them how to plan
their domestic duties so that they
will have blocks of uncommitted
time to pursue other interests.
Married women, or those who
have already graduated from or
left college, have found that the
Minnesota Plan can help by set-
ting up courses that meet at con-
venient times for them.
Residence Workshop
Since it is difficult for them to
attend day or night classes that
meet regularly at a specific hour,
one plan has been instituted in
the form of an on-campus resi-
dence workshop weekend. Assign-
ments are then made to be com-
pleted at home before the next
Another successful program con-
sists of seminars that meet one
full morning every other week. In-
expensive paperback books are the
chief sources of inf rmation for
the students, and as gnments are
designed so they can be completed
in their spare time.
Some of the areas which have
been explored in these sessions
are: the inter-relationship be-

tween social and natural science,
the art of reading, the cultivation
of vision and modern science.
Money and Learning
Scholarships encourage s o m e
women to sign up for a course;, it
is hoped that they decide to follow
it through to its logical conclusion.
Just this thing happened to one
woman who was given $90 to en-
roll in a chemistry class. As a
result of discovering a new inter-

est, she continued working to earn
a degree in chemistry.
This program was launched at
the University of Minnesota with
a grant from the Carnegie Corp.
Its purpose is to try to reduce the
problem of w a s t i n g capable
The Minnesota Plan is presently
in the planning stage, but there
are hopes that in the future it
will spread through the nation.

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More emphasis on state depart-
ment contacts and formulating
foreign policy alternatives are the
program of Prof. Samuel P. Hayes,
incoming president of the Foreign
Policy Association and a former
member of the economics depart-
"We ought to work more closely,
with government agencies, espe-
cially the State Department, not in
terms of having them run our pro-

gram, but in having them help us,
identify likely areas where, looking
three or four years ahead, we will
want general understanding of
what is going on," Hayes told the
Christian Science Monitor recent-
He noted that the State Depart-
ment makes many vital decisions,
yet the public has limited sources
of information and that often
comes second or third-hand.
Propose Alternative
"I would not say you always
have to be building support for
every foreign policy measure. But
to be able to propose an alterna-
tive, to suggest possible ways of
improving the legislation, or even
just to prepare oneself to express
a choice between two views, it is
necessary to have an informed
citizenry," Hayes declared.
The Foreign Policy Agency is
designed to develop public under-
standing of international affairs
in the hope that an informed citi-
zenry will not pressure public offi-
cials into adopting ill-considered
solutions to international prob-
lems, he said.
Stopping emotionalism is the
first step, Hayes emphasized. Be-
yond that lies the task of helping
the public think constructively, he
"This is a very big job. But for-
tunately we are not alone."


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to our new "anneX" at 607
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shop on each side of the
MIChigan Theatre.
Pease come in ond browse.
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Students planning to transfer to
the education school in the spring
semester are urged to complete
their selections as soon as possible
on education school forms, so that
they will not have to repeat the
Those planning to do student
teaching pre requested not to reg-
ister early, due to the fact that
it will not be known until later in
the semester which teaching posi-
tions will be open.

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Army Special Services-a.m. only -
(See, Tues.),
The Kroger Co.-Feb. & June grads.
Men with BS or MS in any kind of
Chem. (including Biochem.). Also in-
terested in Liberal Arts & Bus. Ad. can-
didates, with any degree, for Mgmt.
Trng., Merchandising, Retailing, Traf-
fic & Trans., and Advertising. Location:
All div.
Corning Glass Works-Feb., June &
Aug. grads. Men & Women. Mathematics
& Physics majors for Statistics Work

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are desired on all 3 levels. Liberal Arts
majors are sought for Design, Mkt.
Res., Personnel, Prod., Sales (inside &
territorial), Sales Prod., Stat., and Traf-
fic & Trans. Location: Corning, N.Y. &
all co. offices.
Central Intelligence Agency - (See
Brunswick Corp.-Feb. grads. Men; de-
gree any field Liberal Arts or Bus. Ad.
for positions in Research & Dev., Pro-
duction, Design, Mktg., Sales & Person-
nel. U.S. citizenship. Location: Mid-
Aluminum Co. of America-Feb., June
& Aug. grads. Men in Liberal Arts with
majors preferably in Econ., Poll. Sci.,
Sociol., Psych., Speech & also Bus. Ad.
students. Recruiting for Sales & Trans-
portation. Locations: Sales Offices.
United Aircraft Corporate Systems
Center-Feb., June & Aug. grads. Men
& Women. Recruiting for BS & MS lev-
el in Physics &. Mathematics for Re-
search & Dev., Design, Programming &
Systems Management. Interviewing at
Engrg. Placement (128-H West. Engrg.).
Foote, Cone & Belding-Feb., June &
Aug. grads. Men in Liberal Arts with
majors in Econ., English, Fine Arts and
esp. Design & Journalism for positions
in Advertising,. Art (layout), Writing
(copy), Mkt. Research & Merchandising.
Also recruiting for Juniors for Summer
Intern Program in Advertising Layout,
Copy Writing, Film Production, & Mkt.
Research. Location: Chicago.
FRI., NOV. 9-.
CentralIntelligence Agency - (See
Housing & Home Finance Agency -
Feb., June & Aug. grads. Men & Wom-
en; degrees in Public Admin, Poli. Sci.,
Bus. Ad., Lib'l. Arts & Social Sciences
for positions as Field Representatives.
Also interested in grads with degrees
in Law, Civil Engrg., Arch. Engrg.; Con-
struction, City Planning, & Architec-
ture for various other positions. Loca-
tion: Washington, D.C. & throughout
Beginning the week of Nov. 5, the
following schools will be at the Bureau
to interview candidates.
MON., NOV. 5-
Los Angeles, Calif.-Elem.; HS Agric.,
Bus. Ed., Engl., Girl's PE, Home Ec.,
Ind. Arts, Math, Sci., Span., Spec. Ed.
TUES., NOV. 6-
Milwaukee, Wis.-Elem.; Math, For.
Lang:, Set., Engl.
WED., NOV. 7-
Detroit, Mich.-Elem.; Sec. All Fields.
FRI., NOV. 9-
Port Huron, Mich.-Elem. Art, Engl.,
Math, Girls' PE, Voc. Mus., Sec., Bus.
Ed., Engl., Ind. Arts, Libr., Math, Math/
Sci., Soc. Stud., Speech.
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The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in thesPart-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 Student Activities
Bldg., during the following hours: Mon.
thru Fri. 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30
til 5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should contact Bob Hodges, Part-
time Interviewer at NO 3-1511, Ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Rm. 2200, daily.

-Several Odd jobs posted on the bul-
letin board in this office.
--Several sales positions.
2-Electrical Engrs. Must be at least a
Jr. or Sr. with a 3.00, or above, grade
point. Must have Security Clear-
ance. 20 hours per week.
1-Auto-Mechanic. Will bekdoing ma-
jor repairs mainly with trucks, in-
cluding welding. Must have training.
Full-time or at least 20 hours per
5-Native voicers. Native language must
be Thai, Non-Castelian (Mexico,
Peru, Colombia or Chile), French or
-Several Store sales. Must be exper-
ienced. Part-time regular.'
1-To teach gymnastics on a part-time
permanent basis. Hours would be
5-Native Voicers. Native language must
be That, Non-Castelian (Mexico,
Peru, Colombia or Chile), French or
-Several Baby sitting and house
cleaning positions.
-Several Store sales. Must be exper-
ienced. art-time regular.


Hayes cited approximately 600
organizations in the foreign policy
field. The association, he said, is
clearinghouse for these organiza-
The association has not been
without its critics. American Le-
gion and John Birch Society
groups have objected to the asso-
ciation because of its literature
and personnel.
The Foreign Policy Association
has four regional offices in New
York, Atlanta, Boulder and San
Francisco. In addition, 35 wholly
autonomous groups draw on its
resources and programs.

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