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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 6, 1970

Page IM Six T H M I HI A D AIL Y

Sunday, September 6, 1970

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FALL TERM OF THE

ICHAVEZ SUCCESS:
Lettuce grower to negotiate
with farm workers' union

ICC calls
railroads
to account

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PROGRAM IN JEWISH STUDIES

SALINAS, Calif. W) - C e s a r
Chavez' United Farm Workers Or-
ganizing Committee has scored a
second major breakthrough in an
interunion struggle t h a t has
sharply curtailed production in
the nation's "salad bowln"
Freshpict Foods, Inc. announc-
ed Friday it is canceling its con-
tract with the Teamsters Union
and will begin negotiations with
UFWOC. UFWOC claims support
of 90 per cent of the workers in
the 100-mile-long Salinas Valley,
which grows 90 per cent of the
nation's head lettuce.
Inter Harvest Co., the majorl

U.S. lettuce producer, h a d an-
nounced earlier this week it was
beginning talks to switch its un-
ion agreements from the Team-
sters to UFWOC. Other pickets
have kept Inter Harvest idle, how-
ever.
In Los Angeles, William R. Tin-
cher, b o a r d chairman of Purex
Corp., Lt d., parent company of
Freshpict, said negotiations with
Chavez' union "would begin im-
mediately with no conditions at-
tached."
Tincher said that if negotia-
tions proceed in good faith "the
great majority of growers a n d

shippers in Salinas will join Pu-
rex in granting recognition to
UFWOC-AFL-CIO and in imme-
diate negotiations."
The contention was denied by
Les Hubbard, spokesman for the
Salinas Valley Growers, Shippers
and Vegetable Association.
The P rex "estimate of the sit-
uation is wrong," he said. "There
w a s a meeting of growers,...
there is no thought of joining'
Freshpict in their negotiations."
Teamsters supporters, including
farmers and growers, picketed In-
ter' Harvest Friday and blocked
harvesting and marketing of-crops
to protest the negotiations with
UFWOC. The pickets said t h e y
had no union affiliation, but
Teamsters drivers refused to cross
the picket lines.

" THE HASSIDIC VIEW ON THE EXISTENCE AND PURPOSE OF THE UNIVERSE
An introduction to Hassidic philosophy."Discusses the role of the Jew in the world, and his relation to the
ultimate unity of the spiritual and the material in the Ein Sof, the wellspring of all beginning. Text: Col-
lected Sayings (Tanya) of Rabbi Schneur Zalman.

. JEWISH MUSIC

A guided tour through the golden treasures of Jewish melody, which arose out of the Jewish experience in
many lands, past and present, East and West. Listening, with commentary by the instructor.
* HEBREW FOR BEGINNERS
Grammar and conversational Hebrew for people with no background in the language. Emphasis on compre-
hension of modern Hebrew, oral expression and composition.

THE OFFICE OF STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS POL-
ICY COMMITEE announces a meeting for the form-
ation of a search committee for a woman to fill the
position of an advocate for womens organizations
within the Offices of Student Organizations. All wo-
mens organizations on campus are invited to at-
tend on SUNDAY, SEPT. 6 at 1,:00 in the lobby of
the SAB.

WASHINGTON (R) - For the
first time, the nation's railroads
have been ordered to disclose the
extent to which they control, or
are controlled byCindustrial con-
3glomerates.
The Interstate Commerce Comn-
nission, issuing the order as part
of a railroad freight rate case on
Friday, said the information re-
quired will give the ICC its first
' clear picture of the railroads'
corporate structures.
While the order does not require
Erailroads to disclose names of
stockholders, it does call for re-
vealing who owns them and who
they own. The information, to
cover the calendar year 1969,
must be submitted by Nov. 2.
Under the order, Class 1 rail-
roads must disclose:
-Names of affiliated companies
and the amount and percentage of
their gross income obtained from
the roa -
the railroad.
-Whether affiliated companies,
partnerships or individuals con-
trol the railroad o whether t he
railroads control the affiliates.
-Contracts between railroads
and affiliated companies.
-Amount paid by affiliates to
railroad officers, owners, or their
I near relatives, divided between
that paid for services and that
I paid in dividends.
-A statement of income f o r
each affiliate with which a rail-
road had transactions during cal-
endar year 1969

Because of the week-old strike
by UFWOC, growers said, lettuce
still is being' shipped in limited
volume. Thousands of a c r e s of
ripe lettuce and other vegetables
were withering in untended fields.
The Teamsters have agreed to
let UFWOC have full jurisdiction
over field hands, but growers re-
fused to rescind contracts signed
with Teamsters the month before.
Some200 growers formed a sol-
id front.

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Hebrew conversation in an enjoyable, informal setting. All welcome.

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Freshpict became the first ma-
jor producer to break ranks. Two
small growers cooperatives a 1 s o
have agreed to negotiate w i t h
Chavez..

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For graduates of Beginners Hebrew. Students with some Hebrew background can determine their appro-
priate level of placement by consultation with the instructor.,

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This course covers the basic trends of Jewish thought and expression, as revealed in three classics of Juda-
ism-the Torah, the Siddur, and the Mishnah-and their application to modern life.
" ANCIENT JEWISH HISTORY
From Abraham through the fall of the Second Temple, with special emphasis on the dynamics of power
exercised; by the ruling class.
" HISTORY OF EAST EUROPEAN JEWRY IN THE 20TH CENTURY
ideological ferment and institutional unpheaval will be the. focus of the course with emphasis on religious,
political and cultural movements such as Zionism and Bundism.

FT. McPHERSON, Ga. () -
The Army has ordered' a sixth
soldier, Sgt. Charles E. Rutto, 22,
of Tallulah, La., to stand trial by
court-martial on charges stem-
ming from tthe alleged Mg Lai
massacre.
Spokesman for 3rd Army head-
quarters announced Friday that
jsRutto will be tried on charges of
assault to commit murder and of
false swearing. They said two
other charges against Rutto '--
alleging murder and rape -- have
been dropped.

OFFICE HOURS

s THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE

A discussion of the literary forms in Biblical Literature with special emphasis on prose narrative and poetic
structure.

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9 YIDDISH SPEAKING CLUB

The principle language of the Jewish people for 1,000 years, Yiddish is well worth studying. The emphasis is
on modern literary Yiddish and speakers of all levels of proficiency will be accommodated. Beginners wel-
come.

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. A broad survey of the attitudes and conceptions of Jews and Judaism as found in the writings of Shake-
speare, Marlowe, Milton, Donne and Blake.
" THE KIBBUTZ: COMMUNAL WAY OF LIFE IN MODERN SOCIETY
Kibbutz socialization and the communal way of life in industrial society. Can America make use of the Kib-
butz idea?
THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT: HISTORICAL, SOCIAL AND
PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES
An interdisciplinary approach to the Arab-Israeli conflict will be attempted in this course. The course will
focus on the Palestinian problem. Simulation and other research methods of behavioral sciesces will be
discussed

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of Worship and Celebration. Its purpose is to investigate the psychology of Celebration from a Jewish per-
spective and to create, through the medium of poetry, drama, song, dance, and the film, new and imagina-
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* CONTEMPORARY JEWISH AUTHORS: BELLOW, ROTH, MALAMUD,
WIESEL, AND SINGER

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CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 14
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Ineredieak ng Club Social, and Psychological Issues
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I~] History of East European Jewry in L Contemporary Crises in Jewish Law
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This course will establish a uniquely Jewish approach to contemporary sociological, political and economical
problems. The medium will be Halacha-normative Jewish law which governs every conceivable area of life,
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