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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC:
Active Research To Aid Development,

By MARY LOU BUTCHER
A survey of socio-economic con-
ditions in the Dominican Republic
is about to be undertaken by the
Survey Research Center. Prof.
Hollis W. Peter, president of the
Foundation for Research on Hu-
man Behavior, said recently.
The four-year survey, which is
being conducted under a contract
with the Agency for International
Development, will first attempt to
assess the degree of Dominican un-
employment. Its government feels

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the unemployment is quite high
and yet is unable to pinpoint.
Prof. Peter, who will take half-
time leave from the foundation
during the year to supervise the
operation, stated that he hopes to
set up the program in early Octo-
ber.
Time Urgency
"There is a time urgency about
the survey because this is a coun-
try which is in the middle of de-
veloping its first democratic re-
gime in 34 years."
With the data this survey pro-

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vides, the . government will know
best how to carry out its national
redevelopment program, he said.
Successful use of United States
financial aid is particularly im-
portant since it would show that
a democratic regime in the Do-
minican' Republic is workable and
would thus bounteract Cuba's in-
fluence.
"There is also an urgency about
gathering information on the work
force because the government is
constantly having to make deci-
sions without adequate data.
Diverse Staff
The project will be carried out
by a staff which will include five
field supervisors, 80 Dominican
field interviewers and University
specialists to help with specific
problems.
The field staff will go out and
interview approximately 1500
householders drawn from a sample
of both rural and urban popula-
tion. From these responses, the re-
searchers will be able to project
their conclusions to the nation as
a whole, he said.
"We hope that the project will
also prove to be a training pro-
gram for the Dominicans so they
can carry out such research for
themselves in the future."
Continuing Data
The program is intended to serve
as a tool to provide continuing
data on employment trends. As
the survey is to be carried out,
quarterly surveys will be made in
order to analyze various problems,
Prof. Peter noted.
The original survey will prob-
ably seek to assess the size of the
labor force and the amount of un-
employment while a later survey
may deal with home production
and consumption, he concluded.
'U' Announces
PTP Grants
The University has awarded
seven Professional Theatre Pro-
gram Fellowships to graduate stu-
dents interested in drama.
The recipients will participate in
the work of the Association of
Producing Artists repertory com-
pany andreceive credit toward an
advanced degree.
The program, designed to pro-
vide a bridge between academic
training and professional theatre
practice, is being presented by the
speech department.

The
RANGER and ROLLFAST

PROF. HOLLIS W. PETER
... combats poverty
Essay Contest
Accepts Entries
On '63 Subject
By KENNETH WINTER
Entries are now being accepted
for the 1963 Broomfield essay
competition.
The best essay on "Autonomy
vs. Responsibility--New Synthes-
es" will earn its author $1800.
All present and past University
students are eligible; entries must
be turned in to the awards com-
mittee in Hutchins Hall by Dec. 21.
Autonomy
"Autonomy," the committee ex-
plains, "is the tendency for con-
duct to respond only to the will
and desires of the actor, to be
free, without strings. Responsibil-
ity is the tendency for conduct to
be inhibited in some way, or di-
rected toward other than personal
ends, because the actor is 'one in
many,' not alone in the universe."

Art Museum
Sets Format
Of Activities
Student, faculty and profes-
sional art works will be on display
at the University Museum of Art
this year.
The showings will begin early
next month and will continue
through spring.
An exhibit called "Six Artists
and an Object" will open the sea-
son's display schedule on Oct. 9
and will continue until Nov. 3.
Included will be examples of work
from the "Pop Art" movement,
arranged by the Guggenheim Mu-
seum.
Kaufman and Sacks
Profs. Irving Kaufman of the
architecture and design college
and Samuel Sacks, assistant di-
rector of the museum, have col-
laborated in the arrangement.
A lecture by Irving Karp, di-
rector of the Leo Castelli Gallery
of New York on the nature of the
"Pop Art" movement has been
scheduled in conjunction with the
display.
Detroit artist Leon Dabo will
show his drawings, pastels and
water colors Nov. 13-Dec. 8. This
exhibit will be followed by a mu-
seum seminar exhibition assem-
bled and edited by students Dec.
7-31.
To Show Paintings
Scheduled for January will be
a showing of paintings which will'
be on sale. The emphasis will be
on contemporary American art-
ists, according to Profs. Robert
Inglehart and Richard Jennings
of the architecture and design
'college.
Indian miniature paintings of
the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries
will be shown Feb. 15-March 15.
The works are from the William
Archer collections.\ The exhibit is
being sponsored in connection
with related history of art courses
and the South Asian studies pro-
gram.
T h e work of contempofary
American lithographers will be on
display March 1-April 12.
The final showing will be an
exhibit, entitled "Italian Influence
in Dutch Painting of the 17th and
18th Centuries." The "works will
be selected by, Prof. Wolfgang
Stechow, visiting professor in the
history of art department.

PERSONAL
EXPERIENCED Babysitter. West Ann
Arbor. NO 5-5528. F45
FOR SALE-One green hanging alli-
gator, green and blue painting, 2
alarm clocks and one room mate. F5
ENGINEERS - New Dietzgen & Aristo
slide rules from $13.50 to $21.50. Call
NO 5-0012. F20
DIAMONDS-Highest quality at com-
petitive prices. Call C. K. Reaver Co.
of Ann Arbor, 300 S. Thayer. NO
2-1132. F18
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: We
are proud to announce a new addi-
tion-it's a lovely 26-1b. pink re-
frigerator, F4
AUSTIN'DIAMOND CORPORATION _
"Where marginal prices buy quality
diamonds!" 1209 S. University. 663-
7151. F73
COOKING FACILITIES AVAILABLE
close to South Quad. $2.50 per week
including utilities, 663-1511; Ext. 2497.
Mr. Sayer. Fl
DIAMONDS - Directly from Antwerp.
Classic and Modern Mountings. In-
spection by appointment.
Call 665-0538. F43
TOMORROW IS YOUR LUCKY DAY-
Y-D/T.G. Trans. from Union 3:30-5.
5Sc Refreshments Everybody
welcome. F2
$1.25
Haircut, Mon. thru Thurs., 347 May-
nard near Arcade. $1.50 Fri. and Sat.
F30
THIS WEEK ONLY-
Aquanet 69c
The Village Apothecary
1112 S. University P40
A MESSAGE to whomever it is
That watches over helpless things:
Jimmy, the squirrel, is gone.
Rest him in peace.
D. for V F48
In Memoriam
THEOPHILUS GOTTLIEB
1963-1963
Great Author, Philanthropist,
and Turtle
F47
Dear John:
I've decided to go steady with Bill.
You lost out when you didn't ask
me to go to Hillel's Supper Club with
you Sunday.

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Noting that "an adequate ad-
justment between these two fac-
tors seems to be the central prob-
lem, for all societies," the com-
mittee leaves the specific subject
up to the writer: "The questions,
'to whom the responsibilty,' and
'from whom the autonomy?' are
wide open."

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possibility that the question might
be discussed in terms of the in-
dividual as a political citizen of
community, s t a t e, nation or
world; or the individual as teach-
er, student, newspaper reporter,.
businessman, labor leader, pro-
fessional man or artist; or the
group, whether it be business cor-
poration, labor union, political
group, political unit or other vol-
untary association."
iPutman Prospects
To Begin Practice
Starting today, practice sessions
for students wishing to gain ex-
perience in solving problems be-
fore entering the William Lowell
Putman national mathematics
examination will be held at 4 p.m.
3n Thursday of each week in Rm.
12231 of Angell Hall.
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Unit Initiates
New Methods
In Counseling
Medical students will find aca-
demic advice more easily available
under a new Medical School coun-
seling program.
Three professors-John T. Gos-
ling, Dorin L. Hinerman and Hen-
ry R. Swain-will serve as coun-
selors in addition to their regular
teaching duties.
Previously, the Medical School's
deans and associate deans handled
counseling. The new arrangement
will lighten their work loads as
well as providing better service.
Counseling efforts will be con-
centrated on Medical School fresh-
men and sophomores, the stu-
dents who generally need it most.
Through the program, the school
hopes to retain the approximately
25 students who drop out of each
year's class of 200.
Sandor Records
Bartok Series
Prof. Gyorgy Sandor of the
music school has completed his
series of albums encompassing the
complete piano works of Bartok
with a new three-disc presenta-
tion.
For Form Fresh
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Prompt Home Delivery
Phone HU 3-0496
BELLA VISTA
FARMS, Inc. 1

ATTENTION'STUDENTS
Furniture, bookcases, books, chests,
desks; Appliances; Antiques; Musical
instruments. Bought, sold. DARWINS,
2930 S. State. NO 8-7744. I11
Meet The Right People
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
whose background and ideals are
congenial with their own. Interviews
by appointment. Phone after 9 a.m.
NO 2-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
F
HUBBA, 'HUBBA, yubba, yubba ...
Did you march to San Francisco when
everybody else was marching in Wash-
ington? Are you sure your bus ticket'
didn't say East Lansing? Do you think
the football team and Sigma Chi are
synonymous? Are you an illiterate
who wrote for your high school news-
paper? Did you put your high school
yearbook together, pasting every other
page upside down? If you have any
or all of the above mentioned talents,
call Bump Elliott-don't bother us.
However, if he's hanging out some
place, call friendly Bob Adams at
NOt5-0175 and tell him you want to
Write for GARGOYLE! F44

HELP WANTED
PART-TIME WAITRESSES-No exper-.
ience necessary. Mostly noons 12-1.
Apply Betsy Ross Shop, Nickels Ar-
cade. H23
CO-ED to work mornings. Mon;-Fri.,
about 4 hrs. daily. Assembling and
packaging 'shirt orders.
Greene's Cleaners 516 E. Liberty
H19
WANTED-- Housekeeper-female, under
25. Light work. Room, board. 5-2773.
H22
DID YOU HAVE A BAND or play in
ones-Play an instrument, juggle, tap
dance, sing, or stand on your head?
If you can entertain, Call us, NO
5-6719. H7
PRESSMAN WANTED
Full or part time. Ann Arbor. Write
Box 2, Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard.
H21
TIME IS MONEY-Pay yourself every
hour; only 3 hrs. per day will give
you $9.48. More hrs., more money.
Call Sue Kirch, 663-5880 tu.-th. 3-5
p.m.. Fri., 1-5 p.m. H18
DRESSMAKER WANTED to make ma-
ternity clothes. 663-7746 after 6 p.m.
H120
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'62 HONDA "50"-excellent condition.
Call 662-5086 after 6. Z8
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
1906 Packard-Road
665-9281 Z3
BOY'S ROLLFAST BIKE-Basket, light,
and lock. Excellent condition, $35.
1324 N. University, Apt. 1 after 5 p.m.
Z10
LAMBRETTA, VESPA, YAMAHO cycle
7 H.P. Your choice, $375 full price,
delivered Ann Arbor. Windshield and
parts mailed C.O.D. DI 1-3197, 7343
W. 8 Mi., Detroit, 3% blocks West of
Livernois. Z
CYCLES & SCOOTERS-BMW-r50-'59,
all white, extras. Harley tricycle, great
for campus and winter; carries 4,
giant luggage, compartment. Vespas,
Cushmans ad Lambrettas. NO 31714.
Z7
BUSINESS SERVICES
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears, or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them like
new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224 Arcade.
J4
term papers and dissertations (Offset
for reproduction). Photo copy, mail-
ings. Gretzingers Business Service,
320 S. Huron, HU 2-0191. J8
PIANO INSTRUCTION
DANIELA WEINBERG
Formerly Instructor at City College,
N.Y. Now accepting a limited number
of beginning and advanced students.
662-2821
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PLAYWRITERS

RENT A TV THIS SEMESTER
Reserve Yours Now !
NEW 19" G.E. PORTABLES
only 10 per month
THE LOWEST PRICE IN TOWN
Satisfaction guaranteed
Free installation

USED CARS
1962 ALFA ROMEO SPIDER-Excellent
condition. Cali 5-3868. N78
1962 FIAT 1100. 4 door sedan, low mies.,
$950 or best offer. 665-5785. lw N
PORSCHE, 57, 1600 cpse. 663-1531, Ext.
245 days,. 663-6258 eves. N14,
'62 METROPOLITAN. Economical. Over
35 mpg. Cali 665-7415. N15
1960 AUSTIN HEALY 3000-Wire wheels,
disc brakes, overdrive R/H. Good cn-
dition. $1600. Call 3-8517. N7
56 FORD CONVERTIBLE-R., H., Auto.
T-Bird engine. Buy at Fall prices.
668-7325. N9
MG- .D.-Call NO 2-2940 after 5:30. N13
FREE FALL E STICKER with purchase
of 1957 VW with sunroof, radio, seat
belts. Must sell. Call NO 8-6884.N
1962 AUSTIN-HEALY '3000-Blue, full
equlpmen, $2495. 1962 MG-A MK. II
roadster, radio, luggage rack, nce,
$1895. 1961 Austin-Healey Stpritei,
sharp, hardtop, red, radio, $1425.
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE TO WASHINGTON, D.C. wanted
Sept. 15. Call 5-5869. .5;
WANT RIDE Tuesday and Thursday
from Ypsi to campus to arrve;b y
a.m., to leave at 6 pm. Will share
expenses. Call 483-4452. G
FOR RENT
ON CAMPUS lot parking. 662-1443. C3
3 GIRLS DESIRE 4th. 2 bdrm. modern
apt. Call 662-7025. C33
2 BEDRM. HOME - Ideal for married
couple. Packard-Stadium area. $125.
Immediate possession. 665-6389. C3
MALE GRAD Student to share fully
furnd. home. Call 483-5435 after 7
p.m. C35
GRAD STUDENT to share new modern
apt. 3 blucks from campus 453-3287.
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NEW APARTMENTS
Five 3- or 4-man apts. stll a'vailabl.
on campus; 2 available for 10-mo.
lease. Call NO 2-05-11 or come to 530
South Forest C38
ROOMMATE WANTED
Whitmore Lake cottage to share
with, male grad. $45/mo. Call HI
9-9431 after 5 p.m. C30
WANTED-Third girl to share furnished
apt. (temp. or perm,) All utilities
except electricity provided. $95 ni'o.
($32 each) NO 2-7512 after 500. 020i
ON CAMPUS
3 rm. apt, available for 2 months. Call
662-1443. C32
GLENCO APTS. 2 bedroom luxury
apts. designed for 4 people; new
bldg. furnished or unfurnished. Call
NO 2-8893 or 8-6415, 1028 Fuller, corner
of Glenn. C28
BEL-AIR APTS.-1 and 2 bedrooms,All
new, Danish modern furnittre. 'Ar-
conditioning, balconies, wall to wall
carpeting. Campus location._2-5780.
Eves. 2-5140. 0 . 24
STUDENT'ROOMS
Club atmosphere. Manager on prem-
ises. Near campus. Lounge with TV.
Refrigerators. Fresly decorated.
Twenty rooms, ,$ land $9. Men wonly.
Huron House, 212 E. Huron, 668-9593.
C8
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BARGAIN CORNER
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4.49
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Black, brown, loden,
"white, cactus, light blue.
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

PLAYS NOW BFJNG considered
for publication in the campus
inter-arts magazine, GENERA-
TION. All material submitted
will be carefully read, criticized,
and returned if not used. Manu-
scripts may be left at the main
office, Student Publications
Building. First issue in October.

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Free delivery and service
NO 8-6007

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-'62 Southfield class ring. Initials
B.I.M. Call Bob 665-2666. A6
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
'GUITARS, ETC.
Make. Replar, Buy and Sell
Private and Group Instruction
Hoots Daily
Herb David Guitar Studio
209 S. STATE
NO 5-8001
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Manuscript typing, transcription,
medical, legal, technical confer-
ences, mimeographing, offset.
Quick, Accurate, Experienced.
ANN ARBOR PROFESSIONAL
SERVICE ASSOCIATES
334 Catherine B2
R. L. Wrentmore
Entertainment
Complete services for any social
event. Finest music available in the
area. NO 5-6719. . J1
FOR SALE
USED FURNITRE-Chairs, chests, gas
re rig., etc. NO 2-1443. B12
MUST SELL-2 bookcases, chairs, desk
and bed. Call 668-6063. B6
USED STUDENT FURNITURE-desks,
chests, etc. NO 2-1433. B
FOR SALE-Lambretta's largest, the TV
175, 8 h.p., in good condition. Call
Scott, 662-9301, 1-4 p.m. B3
FOR SALE-Microscope "Zeiss" mono-
cular-binocular, excellent cond. Ph.
542-6431, Detroit. B9
L. C. SMITH Typewriter-13" super spe-
cial, Elite type. Perfect cond. $55.
May be seen at 420 Maynard. Ask for
Miss Hilton. 662-3241. B3

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