THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JANE
City Hall Promises New Era for Ann Arbor
According to City Administrator
Guy Larcom, the building will fill
the city's needs until 1980. It has
a capacity of ,270 employees but
when opened will house only 140.
One novel f'eature of the build-
ing is a drive-in window where
residents can pay all city bills and
fines. At present only one such
window has been installed but an-
other can be put into service if
The basement of the hall has a
dual purpose: to house various
city offices and to serve as a fall-
out-proof governmental center in
the event of an emergency.
The area has its own ventilating
system, electric supply, and water
source. It would house 140 govern-
ment officials who would govern
the city under the city's disaster
Surrounding the second floor is
an open terrace accessible to the
public from either Huron or Ann
Sts. The terrace will be a modern
version of the "town square," with
benches and shrubbery decorating
On the second floor are the
council chambers, seating 140. In
the event of a large audience, seat-
ing capacity can be increased to
200 by removing a partition and
seating people in the hall.
The third, f fourth and fifth
floors house the offices of city de-
partments such as planning; public
works and traffic engineering. The
perimeter of these floors is used
for clerical and drafting work
while the central core serves as
Total cost of the building will be
over $2.41 million, most of which
came from a bond issue passed by
the voters in November, 1960. The
balance came from a Federal Gov-
ernment contribution for the fall-
out shelter and the sale of 70
parking spaces to the Off-Street
A special two-day course en-
titled "Juvenile Court Practice and
Procedure" will be offered Jan. 18
and 19 at the Rackham Bldg.
Sponsored by the Institute of
Continuing Legal Education of the
Law School, Wayne State Univer
sity Law School and State Bar of;
Michigan, the course will include
speeches by U. S. Department of
Health, Education and Welfare
official William A. Sheridan, State
Police Commissioner Joseph A.
Childs and law and social work
Sheridan will discuss "Legal
Framework of the Juvenile Court
and Related Welfare Services" in
the opening program beginning at
9:00 a.m. Jan. 18.
Prof. Eleanor G. Cranefield of
the School of Social Work will
speak on "Legal Responsibilities
of Private Agencies."
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CITY HALL-To be finished in April, the new city hall will consolidate the five buildings that now
contain the administrative offices of the city. Included in its novel features is a drive-in window at
which residents may pay all city bills and fines. The new city hall has six stories plus a basement and
a penthouse. It is located on the block bounded by N. Fifth Ave., E. Ann St., E. Huron St. and N.
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Morris Hochberg, violinist, will
present his third and final degree
recital at 8:30 p.m. Jan. 20 in Aud.
A. He will play pieces by Bach,
Rode, Paganini, Laudenslager, and
* * *
A piano degree recital featuring
Mozart, Bartok and Schumann
will be presented at 8:30 p.m. Jan.
r; in Lane Aud. The soloist will be
Miss Diane Krotter, student of
Prof. Robert Hord of the music
"The Making of Music" - from
its prehistoric origins to its prob-
able future - is the subject of the
Television Center's new 10-part
series, which Prof. Clyde Thomp-
son of the music school will mod-
Attempting to offer a better
understanding of great music in
its social and historical contexts,
the series will feature new com-
positions by Jery Bilik of the mu-
sic school, instruments from the
"Girl with the Golden Eyes"
The passion of Phaedra...
who at the same moment embraced her love
and her destruction
Stearns collection, and perform-
ances by faculty and students of
the music school.
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Organ Solos .. .
Bruhns, Bach, Hindemith, Lang-1
lais, and Messiaen compositionsI
for organ will be performed at ai
degree recital at 8:30 p.m. on Jan.i
26. in Hill Aud. Mrs. Janice Beck,i
student of Prof. Marilyn Mason
Brown of the music school, is the
* * *
Miss Karen Saathoff, organist,
and student of Prof. Robert Glas-1
gow of the music school, will play
pieces by Bach, Mozart, Sweelinck,
Messiaen, and Vollenweider for a
degree recital at 8:30 p.m. on Jan.
27 in Hill Aud.
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8:30 p.m.-Professional Theatre Pro-
gram Off-Broadway Musical-Original
New York cast in "The Fantasticks":
Trueblood Aud., Frieze Bldg.
The NDR Symphony Orchestra of
Hamburg (on its first American tour)
will be presented by the Univ. Musical
Society tonight in Hill Aud. at 8:00
o'clock, in the fourth program in this
season's Extra Series. Under the di-
rection of the renowned conductor,
Istvan Kertesz, the orchestra will play
the following program: Bach's Concerto
No. 2 in F major (Brandenburg); Men-
delssohn Symphony No. 4 in A major
(Italian); and the Bartok Concerto for
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Benjamin Taylor and Ivanhoe
Donaldson left Ann Arbor Monday
with 800 pounds of food and cloth-
ing and $350 collected by the Ann
Arbor Friends -of the Student Non-
violent Coordinating Committee'
for destitute Negroes in Mis-
The pair is returning to Clarks-
dale, Miss., where they were ar-
rested on a drug, charge two weeks
ago after they had transported the
first load of supplies collected by
the Ann Arbor Friends of SNCC.
They will also be bringing in goods
collected in Lansing, Detroit and
Now out on bond, Taylor and
Donaldson face arraignment today
before the Clarksdale grand jury
on the drug charge. Police claimed
they were in illegal possession of
Barbara Greenstein, '64, chair-
man of the Friends of SNCC col-
lections said the drive will con-
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"featured entree offered on the same day each week.
Wednesday ... .Sauerbraten with Noodles
Thursday . . . ..Broiled Half Chicken
Friday . . . . . .Deep Fried Shrimp with Tarter Sauce
Saturday . . . . Veal Cutlet Scaloppine
Sunday ..... .Roast Tom Turkey with Sage Dressing
MYonday..... .Brisket of Corned Beef with Cabbage
Tuesday..... .Baked Chicken;Leg with Spiced Peach
Dinner service from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
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