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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1962

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IRS. ROOSEVELT:
U.S. Statesmen Define
Role in'World Affairs

DAILY OFFICIAL
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throughout the world on various
missions.
She wrote on various subjects
for books, newspapers and mag-
azines; she lectured in a wide
variety of fields. She participated
in an even wider range of en-
deavors. Before her illness, she
was, appropriately enough, work-
ing to advance opportunities for
women in the American pattern of
society.
World-Wide Reaction
Her death brought on universal
sorrow.
United States Ambassador to the
United Nations Adlai E. Steven-
son, a close friend and only non-
family visitor during her illness,
said: "Like so many others, I
have lost more than a beloved
friend. I have lost an inspiration.
She would rather light candles
than curse the darkness, and her
glow has warmed the world."
A Carnegie Hall concert au-
dience, interrupting the perform-
ance, bowed heads for two minutes
in silent tribute.
Courage, Devotion
Former President Herbert Hoo-
ver described her as "a lady of fine
courage and great devotion to her

country." New York Mayor Robert
F. Wagner noted that "she was
so grand a woman, so rare a per-,
son, so pure a spirit that to judge
our loss at this moment is im-
possible. A light has gone out of"
our lives; something has died for;
each and every one of us."
Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R-NY)
said "the life of a historic and
beloved American lady has ended.
All in the world with a heart will
mourn her loss.",
Secretary of State Dean Rusk
noted that "few have lived so
fully or given so much to others
. . . Her untiring work at the
United Nations in support of nu-
man rights is a monument to her
own life."
Great Outlook
And Canadian Prime Miister
John Diefenbaker added, she was
"one of the great women of her
generation and a great humani-
tarian. She maintained an inter-
national outlook that had no peer."
The Roosevelt home at Hyde
Park, now a national shrine, will
be closed until Sunday. Funeral
services will be held there for the
First Lady who lived so valiantly
and died so proudly.
In her life, she surpassed every
obstacle that society could impose;
in her death she succumbed only
to nature.
Oddly it was a Republican, Gov.
Nelson Rockefeller of New York,
who paid her the most fitting
tribute. "A lady so great in heart,"
he said, "will also be great in his-
tory."

Society. in Burton Tower; and willbe r
on sale at the Hill Aud. box office to-
night after 7:00 o'clock.
The following sponsored studentj
events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social chairmen are remindedt
that requests for approval for social
events are due in the Office of Student
Affairs not later than 12 o'clock noont
on the Tues. prior to the event.
Nov. 9-
Alpha Lambda Chi, Barn Dance, 50665
Huron River Dr.; Alpha Tau Omega,a
Party, 1415 Cambridge; Chi Omega,
jungle party, 314 E. Liberty; Chicago,
TGIF,! W.Q.; Cooley, Dance and open
open, E.Q.; Jordan Hall, Twist party;
Michigan, Twist party and open open,,
W.Q.; Theta Chi, Casual party, 1351
Washtenaw; Theta Delta Chi, Mixer,
700 S. State.
NOV. 10--
Acacia, Open House, 1923 Geddes; Al-
pha Delta Phi, Party, 556 S. State; Alpha
Epsilon Phi, Football Open House, 1205
Hill; Alpha Epsilon Pi, House party, 2101
Hill; Alpha Sigma Phi, Pledge party,
920 Baldwin; Anderson, Open open, E.Q.;
Beta Theta Pi, Party, 604 S. State; Cool-
ey, Open open and open house, E.Q.;
Couzens Hall, Informal dance.
Delta Chi, Band party, 1705 Hill: Del-
ta Delta Delta, Pancake Supper, 718
Tappan; Delta Upsilon, Band party, 1331
Hill; Gomberg, Open open and lounge
party, S.Q.; Greene, Open open after
game, E.Q.; Hayden, S. Lounge party
and open open, E.Q.; Kelsey, Dance and
open, open, S.Q.; Lambda Chi Alpha,
House party, 1601 Washtenaw; Mary
Markley. Open house; Michigan, Open
open, W.Q.
Phi Epsilon Pi, Party, 1805 Washte-
naw; Phi Gamma Delta, Hayride, Sus-
terka Lake; Phi Sigma Delta, Ballroom
party, 1808 Hermitage; Phi Sigma Sigma,
Fall House party, 1429 Hill; Psi Upsi-
lon, Fathers' weekend, 1000 Hill; Sig-
ma Alpha Mu, Band party, 800 Lincoln;
Sigma Nu, Open house and casual
party, 700 Oxford; Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Vies & Ties party, 733 S. State; Strauss,
Open open and toga, E.Q.; Theta Delta
Chi, Twist party; Theta Xi, Dance par-
ty, 1345 Washtenaw; Tau Epsilon Phi,

Party and open house, 915 Oakland;
Van Tyne, Open open nd Pizza party,
S.Q.; Phi Alpha Kappa, Square dance,
3Gleaner Hall; Alpha Omicron Pi, Foot-
ball open open, 800 Oxford.
NOV. 11-
Greene, Open open, E.Q.
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Placement
TEASHER PLACEMENT:
Overseas Interviews-United States Air
Force will have representatives in Ann
Arbor, Jan. 4 and 5 to interview teachers
for teaching positions in the Depend-
ents' Schools overseas. For appoint-
ments contact Miss Marjorie Fuller,
Overseas Placement Officer, Office of
Civilian Personnel, Selfridge Air Force
Base, Mich. The Army will have rep-
resentatives at the Employment Secur-
ity Commission, 7310 Woodward Ave.,
Detroit, Mich. on Dec. 14 and 15. For
appointments and application forms
contact Personnel Office, U.S. Army En-
gineer District, P.O. Box 1027, Detroit
31, Mich., before Nov. 23 or call Em-
ployment Security Office, Trinity 2-
4900 "overseas teaching," after that date.
General requirements include U.S. citi-
zenship, Bachelor's degree, valid teach-
ing certificate and two years teaching
exper. For additional information, con-
tact Bureau of Appointments, Educ.
Div., 3200 SAB, 663-1511, Ext. 3547.

ANNOUNCEMENT:
PLACEMENT INTERVIEW, Bureau of
Appointments:
TUES., NOV. 13-
Public Health Div. of Radiological
Health will interview Physics candi-
dates on all 3 levels for Res. & Dev. &
Electrical Computing as well as Math &
Stat. candidates (work in Statistics).
Both Men & Women. Please call Ext.
3544 for an appointment.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Michigan Civil Service-There will be
an open competitive Trainee Exam for
the' following classes: Admin. Analyst;
Adult Corrections; Buyer; Chemist;
Clinical Psych.; Econ. Res.; Employ-
ment Counselor; Highway Planning; In-
stitution Mgmt.; Insurance Examiner;
Librarian; Math; Personnel Tech.; Phys-
icist; Property Appraiser; Psychiatric
Social Work; Vocational Rehab., etc.
Must apply by Dec. 17 for the exam on
Jan. 12. Must graduate by Sept., '63.
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission,
Wash., D.C.-Many opportunities for ex-
perienced Engineers & Scientists
throughout virtually the whole gamut
of nuclear & radiological life science
technologies. See brochure at Bureau
of Appts.
YWCA of Cincinnati, Ohio - Need a
Health, Physical Educ. & Recreation
Director. Position requires a Physical

Educ. major graduating in the near fu-
ture. Applications avail, at Bureau of
Appts.
Lohrke, Van Laan and Weinlander,
Certified Public Accountants, Bay City,
Mich.-Interested in hiring a Certified
Public Accountant apprentice. Partic-
ularly interested in individual from Bay
City area.
Public Schools of Darien, Conn. -
Opening for School Psychologist. Will
share with another Psychologist the
responsibility for psych. services in a
suburban, college oriented public schools
system of 5,000 pupils. PhD or nearly
completed doctoral prog, in Clinical or
School Psych. Combined school-clinical
exper. is necessary. 1 yr. clinical in-
ternship, or 1 yr. sch. exper. with clin-
ically qualified supervisor.
Los Alamos Scientific Lab.-Openings
at Nuclear Rocket Dev. Center near Las
Vegas, Nev., for exper. Scientists &
Engnrs, at all degree levels. Primarily
interested in Physics, EE, ME, Nuclear
E. & Math.
Royal Container Corp., Milton, N.Y.-
Interested in Men with Accounting
bkgds. for Sales & Business Mgmt. Par-
ticularly itnerested in men who have
worked their way through college.
Manufacturer of Internal Auto Hard-
ware in Illinois-Ass't. to the Executive
Vice-President. Grad with technical
bkgd.-2 yrs. Engrg. would be ideal
bkgd. plus courses in Bus. Ad. or Lib-
eral Arts. Minimum 3-5 yrs. exper.

pref., unless exceptional candidate.'
Must have business knowledge.
For further information, please call
General Div.. Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 3544.
Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-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
fobs should consult the bulletin board
in Rm. 2200, daily.
MALE
--Several Odd jobs posted on the bul-
letin board in this office.
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.
5-Native voicers. Native language must
be Thai, Nan-Castelian (Mexico,
Peru. Colombia or Chile), French or
Russian.
-Several Store sales. Must be exper-
ienced. Part-time regular.
1-With mechanical ability to service
photo-copy machinery, Would need
transportation. 20 hours per week.
-Several Psychological subjects need-
ed.
FEMALE
1-To teach gymnastics on a part-time
permanent basis. Hours would be
flexible.
5-Native Voicers. Native language must
be Thai, Non-Castelian (Mexico,
Peru, Colombia or Chile), French or
Russian.
-Several Baby sitting and house
cleaning positions.
-Several Store sales. Must be exper-
ienced. Part-time regular.
1-Full-time sales position in jewelry
store. Must have some sales experi-
ence. 9' a.m.-5:30 p.m.-Mon. night
8:30 p.m.
1-Keypunch operator with 2 years of
practical experience. Sat. & Sun,
nights, 8 to 11 p.m.

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ANN ARBOR FOLK & JAZZ SOCIETY
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See live entertainment this
Saturday evening for the
price of a show. Yes, see
San Francisco Bay's
Jesse Fuller
simultaneously playing the
12-string guitar, fotoeus,
cymbals, harmonica, kazoo
and of course singing. ..
must be heard to be be-
lieved."

SUNDAY, NOV. 11 -7:00 PM.
ROOM 3-B at the UNION
opportunity to participate in:
INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

The Department of Speech and Michigan Union
present a debate
OXFORD UNIVERSITY (England)
and UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Tues.-Nov. 13-4:00-Rackham Auditorium
ADMISSION FREE

SPECIAL PROJECTS COMMITTEE
STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

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We Specialize in
PRIME STEAKS
CHICKEN SEAFOOD
(at reasonable prices)
COCKTAILS, BEER & WINE
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109-111 S. Main Phone NO 2-1414
Plan to celebrate your birthday with us.
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LUNCHES- DINNERS- COCKTAILS
BANQUETS and RECEPTIONS
Open daily 11:30 A.M. Saturday 5:00
Monday thru Friday:
LUNCH: Salads, Cold and Hot Sandwiches
Businessmen's Buffet
$1.45
DINNER: From $2.50
American and International
Cuisine
Tuesday:
GOURMET NIGHT with French Cuisine
Wednesday: SMORGASBORD
over 100 foods, featuring
PRIME RIBS OF BEEF

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State Street on Campus

NO 3-3441

SERVING BREAKFAST DAILY AND SUNDAY-
Country-fresh Eggs
French toast, butter and syrup
Light fluffy wheat cakes
Country-style bread toast
' Try our Breakfast Buffet in center rear of
our dining room, featuring a tempting
variety of breakfast rolls.
SPECIAL LUNCHEON (MONDAY thru SATURDAY)
Meat or Fish entree, Whipped Potatoes
complete with Tossed garden salad, Roll & Butter,
Delicious, hot Coffee 95c
COMPLETEESELECTION OF FINE FOOD ALWAYS
AVAILABLE-
Deep-fried Jumbo Shrimp
Broiled Choice Club Steak
Real Southern Fried Chicken (slow-cooked
to order).
. Delicious Triple-decker Sandwiches
Ci srtn astSolods

Good food... expertly served, in pleasant
surroundings, to the most exacting taste.
tl Luncheons,11:30 to 2:00 Dinners,5:Ottto7:00
Sunday: Dinners,12:00 to 3:00 Closed Mondays
We suggest that you telephone
for reservations.
M.V~e Corner Joule ri
S. Thayer at Washington in Ann Arbor
A block west of Rackham Bldg.-NO 8-6056
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Food 11
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Take-out Orders Anytime}
Open Daily
from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Closed Monday
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Invitation To A Dining Pleasure
THE ALL-NEW
"MANIKAS" SIR-LOIN HOUSE
Welcomes You
to a Fine Dinner of
ROAST PRIME BEEF
CHOICE STEAKS
LOBSTER TAILS
TASTY SANDWICHES and CRISP SALADS
307 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Open Daily and Sundays I1 A.M. to 10 P.M. Presently

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THOMPSON'S RESTAURANT
9a'pu'u4 (J*9ihe 900
offers you a taste treat
of a traditional Italian dish
will be served daily from
12 Noon to 2 P.M. and 5 P.M. to 2 A.M.

Thursday, Friday and Saturday
A DT f lIVA N Y

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