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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 10, 19711b

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday1 January 10, 1971w

DAILY OFFICIAL{
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
terviewing and Plant Visits", Rm. 325,
W. Engin., 4 & 7:30 pm.
General Notices
Attn. seniors and grad students in
engineering: Grad. II Computer Print-
Outs are here; pick them up at Engin.!
Placement Ofc.. 128 H., W. Engin.
SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCILI
AT ITS MEETING JANUARY 6, 1971
Approved: That SGC allocate up to.
$50 for leaflets to the American Fed-
eration of State, County and Municipal
Employees (AFSCME) support coalition.
Roll Call Vote: Yes: De Grieck, Heyn,'
Hunt. Lenzer. Lewin, Oesterle, Spears,
Teich and Thee.

Sheriff's Department is seeking federal
funds for the purpose of continuing
and extending an "Intelligence Squad"
which will engage in political surveil-
lance of students at the University
among other activities~
Whereas: In the report it is stated
that "with campus disorders, c i v i1
disorders and union strikes an intelli-
gence unit is desperately needed in
this coiamunity";
Be it resolved: That SGC views the
existence of this "Intelligence Squad"
as the antithesis of the objectives and.
practices of a free society, and con-
demns this latest form of political
surveillance and repression by the
Sheriff's Department;
Further: That SGC recognizes the
need for an effort to stop the flow of
hard dr-igs into the county, but real-
izes the aims of Sheriff Harvey's In-
telligence Squad far exceeds those ob-
jectives while grossly interfering with
the rights and freedoms of the people;
Further: That SGC prepare a leaflet
on the Sheriff's actions in order to
mount and organize support against theI
"Intelligence Squad"; and
Further: That SGC appoints Jerry

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rain; systems designers, math, engr, 'or
CCS degree, prefer work exper. with in-
entory and prod, control- program-
mer, financial and bus. applicable, and!
>r exper and coursework.
Swedish Crucible Steel Co., designer,
indust. design grad, new grad, or up
to four years exper.
Area Nursing home, administrator,
MtPH, Hosp. Admin. speciality prefer,
some exper.
PLACEMENT SERVICES
EDUCATION DIVISION
Interviews will be held at Placement
Services:
January 14
Miami, Fla. (Dade County Schools),
a~ll fields,
January 19
Katonah, N.Y., all fields except spec-
ial education
Shaker Heights, Oh., check with our
office for fields.
January 20:
Weston, Mass., all fields except Ger-
man.
Albuquerque, New Mex., (Bureau of
Indian Affairs Schools), Elem. Guid.
Coun. No secondary vacancies. These
schools located in New Mex., No. Ariz.,
N. and S. Dakota, and Alaska. Few posi-
tions are available in So. Calif., So.
Ariz., Nev., Utah, Mont., Oregon, Okla.,
Miss.. La.. N. Carolina, Fla. and Kan.
There are no Indian schools in any
other states.
January 21:
Cleveland, Ohio (Orange Local School
District), fields to be announced later,

NEW OFFICE
has several part time
positions open to students

Big Salary

$1 .60/hr.

for 12-20 hrs. per week
for appointment
761-2045

-Associated Press

The old man and the sea

President Nixon gets his feet wet as a big wave catches him off guard yesterday as he strolls through
the surf in front of his San Clemente home. The event was part of the celebration of his 58th
birthday. Sharing in the festivities is the family dog, Pasha, a yorkshire terrier.
UNIOIN-VOTE:

Defeated: That SGC endorse the De Grieck and Paul Teich to look into
Peace Demonstration to be held on legal and other actions that SGC cant
April 24 in Washington, D.C. take either independently or with A
Approved: That Jerry De Grieck and other University and community
Cynthia Stephens be appointed to a groups.
committee to investigate rental ratesc
for University facilities.P
Approved: That SGC loan $150, repay- Placement
able on January 31, 1971, to the Com- 3200 SAB1
mittee of Concerned Asian Scholars and Interviews: call 763-1363 for appt.
American Revolutionary Media who are Mon.. Jan. 18, Hallmark Cards.
sponsoring an international liberation Tues., Jan. 19, the Proctor and Gam-
studies project, "China Week" to be ble Distributing Co.
elJCarl;te:es:9e Grieck, e, Thurs., Jan. 21, City of Detroit, Har-
Hunt, Lenzer, Lewin, Oesterle, Spears, yard Univ., grad. school of bus. admin.,
Stephens, Teich and Thee. Univ. of Rochester, Personnel.
Approved: Whereas: The student of- Fri., Jane22: . S. Kresge Co., Proctor
fice of the legal aid clinic has now & Gamble Advertising.
opened in the Michigan Union; Jan. 18-22 is Peace Corps Week, re-
Whereas: This clinic will be able to presentatives will be in 3529 SAB to talk
advise all students on any legal prob- to any student interested; no appoint-
lems; ments necessary; representative happy
Whereas: The clinic will be able to to speak to academic groups, classes,
take cases to court for all indigent stu- student orgs., frats, sororities, profes-
dents, the test of indigency will allow sional clubs, relig. orgs. To arrange for
practically all students to qualify since speakers or for further info., call 764-
they generally wlil not be considering 7460.
parent's income; Ann Arbor area jobs listed with us
Be it resolved: That SGC suspend this week; please call 764-7460.
its legal aid service for a period of two Aeschliman Ford Tractor co., book-
months. keeper, degree not nec., exper. prefer-
Defeated: That SGC endorse the Na- red.
tional Student and Youth Conference Industrial Techtonics, engineering'
to be held in Ann Arbor. Roll call: sales, BME or bus. grad preferred, 2-3
Vote: Yes: De Grieck, Heyn and Spears, yrs. selling exper.
No: Hunt, Lenzer, Oesterle, Stephens Applied Computer Time Share, tech-
and Thee. Abstained: Lewin and Teich. nical mktg., math, engr., or CCS grad
Approved: Whereas the Washtenaw Co. with 0-1 year exper. in these areas; will

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MASS MEETING
Tuesday, Jan. 12-Union Ballroom
7:15 p.m.
Full Information on: WEEKEND TRIPS
CHEAP NIGHT SKIING

Sat., Sun.

,or Mon.

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group authority to strike

to

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Terapin will begin tomorrow to
look at the positions of the Uni-
versity and the union and then
make suggestions, which are not
binding, on how agreement could
be reached.
According to McCracken, "'We're
not getting anywhere in negotia-
tions and that is why we've got
a mediator. Over the last seven
days we seemed to be getting no-
where."
"Another asset of the mediator,"
said Clair Otis, staff coordinator
from'Council 7 of AFSCME (AFL-
CIO), "is that he becomes the eyes
and ears of the circuit judge if
the University would seek an in-
'junction against the striking em-
ployes."
At Eastern Michigan University,
a five-day strike was settled after{
Circuit Court Judge William Ager
denied EMU an injunction to end
the walk-out and instead ordered
the two groups into further medi-
ation. Otis reported that a similar'
process at Wayne State, Ferris
State, and Michigan State won
AFSCME employes their "hearings
and contract demands."
Otis said that "hopefully the in-
troduction of the mediator into

the proceedings will mean less1
foot-dragging, fewer m i c k e y -
mouse proposals on the part of
the University."#
McCracken said that in the
event of "withdrawal of services"
as public employes are not per-:
mitted by law to strike, the un-
ion would maintain "essential
services." McCracken said that
such areas as University Hospital
and animal care would still be
supplied with workers, though the
number would be smaller than
usual.
"We have no intent of messing
up University property or students'
education," said Otis, "but we are
not going to stand by and let them
mess us up either."
On Dec. 17, the University pre-
sented a contract proposal which
James Thiry, manager of employe
and union relations, described as
"recognizing reasonable changes
asked by the union representatives,
and also balances the legitimate
'interests of those who receive pay
and benefits and those who pay
the fees and bills for the services
provided at the University."
However, McCracken described
the University's wage proposal last
night as "so fantastic and stupid

that I haven't taken the time
read it through completely."

i McTracnken vpnnrted lthat. the

University had agreed to publish
job opening descriptions giving
union members first chance for
job bidding and transfers.
The union is also trying to get
overtime pay for workers who work
more than eight hours in a 24-
hour period when they work dif-
ferent shifts within that period.
Higher pay for undesirable shifts
and working in a higher job clas-
sification temporarily are also
sought by the union.
Meanwhile the AFSCME support
coalition has scheduled a mass
meeting for 4 p.m. this afternoon
in the Student Activities Building.
Groups which have expressed sup-
port for the workers so far include
Student Government C o u n c il .
Black Student Union, Black Action
Movement, and New University
Coalition.

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