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Tuesday, September 22, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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Contemporary Affairs Forum
"JUDAISM WITHOUT GODS"

Chavez faces fight
in lettuce boycott

ANNOUNCEMENT
Examinations for Regular Certification
Chicago Public' Schools
Date of National Teacher Examination: Nov. 14, 1970
Deadline for filing with Educational
Testing Service: Oct. 22, 1970
Deadline for filing Application (Form Ex5) Oct. 9, 1970
Apply- Board of Examiners, Room 1026_
Chicago Board of Education
228 North LaSalle Street
Chicago, Illinois 60601

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Ignostic Rabbi:
Sherwin Wine
Respondents:
BRUCE WORSHAL, liberal
JOEL POUPKA, traditional
WEDNESDAY
Sept. 23, 8"P.M.
SHALOM HOUSE
1429 Hill St.

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solid head lettuce that would n
mally be a dime or 15 cents
head selling in some placesJ
49 cents.
To the grower, it has mean
lost or partly lost harvest of h
tuce, broccoli, tomatoes, a
chokes and other vegetables-a
the frustration of watching
year's work rot in the fields.
I To the striking farm worke
it has meant more than fo
weeks without pay, of getting
at 4 a.m. to picket and of eat
dinners of beans, bread and ca
ned fruit salad as a UFWOC tr
kitchen in a grimmy old la
camp.
In the complex cast of ('b
acters and issues, the big quest
mark is the teamsters.
Unorganized workers were gt
ting $1.75 before the struggle
tween the two unions started. T
Teamsters signed the growers
$1.80-an-hour contracts.

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CERTIFICATE TITLE

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Intermediate-Upper Grades
High School Biology
High School Chemistry
High School English
High School History
High School Mathematics
'High School Physical_
Education
Men
Women
High School Physics
Art, Grades 7-12
General Science,
Grades 7-12
General Science,
Grades 7-12
*Homemaking Arts,
Grades 7-12
*lndustrl Arts,
Grades 7-12
*Music Vocal, Grades 7-12
*Music, Instrumental,
Grades 7-12

NATIONAL TEACHER
EXAMINATION TITLE
Early Childhood Education
Education in-the Ejementary
School
Biology and General Science
Chemistry, Physics,
General Science
English Language and
Literature
Social Studies
Mathematics
Men's Physical Education
Women's Physical Education
Chemistry, Physics,
General Science
Art Education
Biology and General Science
Chemistry, Physics,
General Science
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1971 MICHIGANENSIAN

The one contract Chavez has
or-, won so far, with Inter Harvest, a
s a United Fruit Co. subsidiary, pro-
for vides a $2.10-an-hour minimum
plus 10 per cent for fringe bene-
t a fits.
.et- The Teamsters have released
rti- several growers from their con-
and tracts but it is unclear what they
a intend to do about their remaining
contracts with an estimated 70
ers, Salinas Valley growers. The rank-
our and-file membership of the Team-
up ' sters local in Salinas has opposed
ing rescinding of contracts.
an-
ike Two weeks ago, a Monterey
bor County Superior Court judge ruled
that the dispute was a jurisdic-
ar- tional battle between Chavez and
ion ' the Teamsters-not a strike--and
prohibited UFWOC from mass
Yet- p i c k e t i n g Teamster organized
be- fields.
Fhe f In launching the lettuce boycott
to Sept. 10 Chavez said the court
ruling was a major factor.
Each side has accused the other
of fomenting violence.
Chavez has charged that "some
people have been shot at here.
They are more savage here, I!
would say, than in Delano."
Each side also'has accused the
other of fomenting racism. Dolores
Huerta, UFWOC vice president
and chief negotiator, said the
Farm Bureau Federation, Right to
Work Committee, John Birch So-
ciety, Teamsters and the citizens
committee have turned the dispute
into "a racial thing."
The church conflict boiled over
two weeks. ago when a young
priest who has sided with the
r growers was reprimanded publicly
by the Most Rev. Harry A. Clinch,
Roman Catholic Bishop of Mon-
terey.
Chavez is confident of winning
-though he admits the possibility
of another long struggle.
The growers also are confident1
of victory. "#e've got the samer
aim-beat Chavez," said Garin.t
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Danish demonstrator arrested
A demontrator in Copenhagen is arrested Sunday after some 300
leftists clashed with police outside a hotel where former U.S.
Defense Secretary and current World Bank president Robert
McNamara was attending a reception. McNamara was partici-
pating in the week-long meeting of the World Bank and the
International Monetary Fund.
UNDERGRO UND BLASTS:
Hbombs may yield
pollution-free PoWer

Music Education
Music Education

alias
U. of M. s YEARBOOK

*practicals will be given in April, 1971.

Special Notice
Candidates for teaching certificates may make application for the
examination if they meet all requirements by February 15, 1971.
The candidate should file application with Educational Testing
Service, Box 911, Princeton, New Jersey 08540, to take the National
Teacher Examination in the area for which he is qualified.
The following credentials must be presented to the Board of Ex-
aminers not later than Friday, October 9, 1970:
Application (Form Ex5)
Official transcripts
Official birth certificates
Applicants for certification should request that National Teacher
Examination scores be sent to the Board of Examiners. Minimum
scores required: Common Exam 500
Teaching Area Exam- 550
/total Composite Scores 1100
The Chicago Board of Education Application Form (Ex5) and infor-
mation about examinations to be announced for 1971 may be ob-
tained from the Board of Examiners at the address shown above.
Applications for the National Teacher Examination may be obtained
from Educational Testing Service.

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) - Hydro-
gen bombs exploded in layers of
hot rock two miles underground
may provide a pollution-free fu-
ture power source for producing
electricity.
The project, called Plowshare-
geothermal, was conceived by the
American Oil Shale Corp. of Salt
Lake City. It sought to line up
financial backing.oata briefing for
utility company executives - also
attended by government officials
- which ended last Wednesday.
Natural steam and hot springs
have been tapped for power in
various parts of the world, but
the yield has been too limited and
too expensive for large scale use.
Plowshare- geothermal, named
for the Atomic Energy Commis-

sion's Plowshare program of de-
veloping peaceful uses for nuc-
lear energy, proposes to use a ser-
ies of hydrogen bombs to fracture
the dry, hot rock that exists un-
der portions of 10 Western states
at depths beginning at 10,000 feet.
Water would be piped into the
fractured rock and turned to
steam by the 350-degree heat.
"We are fairly optimistic at this
stage," said one John Kelly, direc-
tof of the AEC's Division of Peace-
ful Nuclear Explosives. "With to-
day's concern about environment,
we have to take it seriously."
Because of the depth at which
the hydrogen bombs would be de-
tonated, there would be little
danger of radiation leaking to the
surface, Kelly said.

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