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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURsDA

rnet Affirms States' Rights

SPEAKS ON OTHER ISSUES:
Durant Gives Support
To Goldwater Drive

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By JOHN WEILER
Richard Durant, 14th Congres-
sional District Republican Party
Chairman, told the Young Repub-
licans Tuesday night that he over-
whelmingly supports Sen. Barry
Goldwater (R-Ariz) for the 1964
Republican presidential nomina-
tion.
Durant did not expect Gold-
water's support would build up as
fast and as high as it has this
quickly. "Here is a very rare case
of the office seeking the man," he
said, but cautioned that he was
not sure Goldwater had decided to
seek actively the Republican nom-
ination.
It would be harder for Gold-
water to receive the Republican
nod, Durant surmised, than to win
in the general election and that
Goldwater was no sacrifice can-
didate.
Although his most optimistic
guess for Michigan support would
be nine party votes, Durant es-
timated that there are more than
one third of the delegates nation-
ally in favor of Goldwater.
Although Durant was threaten-
ed many times by fellow Republi-
cans, he worked for the party and
Gov. George Romney, because he
was an elected officer of the party.
Durant said he dropped out of
the John Birch Society last year
in order to save face for the
Republican party. He did and still
does believe in the society and
now thinks that dropping out was
a mistake.
Durant suggested that Romney's
tax plan should be "spending re-
form rather than tax reform."
Detailing the concentration of
Republican power across the na-1
tion, he explained that it varies'

among three groups-the elected
officials, fund raisers and organiza-
tion men. In certain sections of
the country this power is stronger
in one group than the others.
Durant commented that the
Democrats are definitely in trouble
nationally. "The Louis Harris Polls
of Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana
shows Democrats have lost a lot
of strength," he said. This has
been caused by deficit spending
and the racial question he said.
He predicted that the Com-
munists would stage a "dramatic
peace offering" in the summer of
1964 in order to get Kennedy re-
elected, but that they would prob-
ably cheat on the treaty after the
election.

Miller Given
Panhellenic
Appointment
By MARILYN KORAL
Janet Miller, '61, has been
appointed the Panhellenic coun-
selor.
The responsibility was previous-
ly held by Mrs. Elizabeth Leslie,
associate director of student or-1
ganizations and activities.
Miss Miller will fully assume
all of the Panhellenic advisory
functions Mrs. Leslie fulfilled, with
the exception of rush counseling.
In this area she will: be assisted
by advisor to the Michigan League
Mrs. Robert Clark.
A graduate of the University,
Miss Miller was connected with the
S c h o o 1 of Interpretation at
Florence, Italy. While a student
she was a member of the
Women's Judiciary Council and a
campus sorority. Miss Miller com-
mented that she felt her back-
ground in student organizations
would be of help to her in her new
position.
The Office of Student Affairs
"has been looking around for an
advisor for some time," Mrs. Les-
lie explained. In the original plan
from which the OSA was formed
autonomous positions were de-
voted for advisors to fraternities
and sororities. While John Feld-
kamp took over the fraternity ad-
visory position, a separate Pan-
hellenic counselor had not yet been
appointed.
As Panhellenic counselor Miss
Miller will be responsible for in-
terviewing and advising all officers
and receiving the reports of the
various committees. ,In addition,
she will attend the Panhellenic'
executive and presidents' counci
meetings and be "a consultant to
any revisions or changes in rush
in the future," Mrs. Leslie said.'
Technically, Miss Miller is re-
sponsible to Mrs. Leslie, and will
report to her periodically
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neeting must be in the President's
hands not later than Oct. 4.
Events
Astronomical Colloquium: Fri., Sept.
27, 4:00 p.m., Room 807, Physics-Astron-
omy Bldg. Dr. Dean B. McLaughlin,
Dept. of Astronomy, will speak on "The
Recent Haute-Provence Symposium on
Novae, Supernovae, and Nova-like Ob-
jects."
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
The Orchards, Livonia, Mich.-This is
a residential treatment center for emo-
tionally disturbed children. Seeking'
Child Care Counselor. Recent grads in.
Social Work, Social Sciences, Psych. &
Educ. Advisable for applicant to have,
car.
Veterans Admin. Hospital, Dallas, Tex-
as-Opening for Physical Therapist.
Graduation from sch. of phys. therapy,
completion of clinical affiliation re-

quirements & either 6 mos. of exper.
under medical supv, or have educ. that
.may be substituted. (MA, B average or
upper 25 per cent of class.)
Michigan Civil Service-1) Computer
Programmer Trainee & Computer Pro-
grammer. No exper. is required for
trainee position. For other position, 6
mos. exper, is required. For higher
level positions, more exper. is required.
Apply by Oct. 14. 2) Clinical Psychol-
ogist Trainee & Clinical Psychologist-
MA clinical psych, plus 1 yr. exper. for
the non-trainee. 3) Clinical Social Work
Trainee & Clinical Social Worker-MA
Social Work plus 1 yr. exper. for the
non-trainee.
IBM, Dearborn, Mich.-Sales Trainee
,-3 month training period. Will then
be responsible for own territory at
which time he will receive salary &
commission:Immed: opening.
Wilson & Co., Inc., Chicago, Ill. -
Openings for women as Dictaphone
operators for teletyping or typewriting.
Prefer college grad, but not necessary.
City of New York Civil Service - 1)
Jr. Civil Engnr.-BS in CE. 2) Ass't.
Civil Engnr.-BSCE plus 2 yrs. exper. 3)
Ass't. Plan Examiner (buildings)-BSCE
plus 2 yrs. exper. 4) Social Investigator
Trainee-BA degree.

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