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Page Eight
CPHP presents a
(Community Pre-School Health Project)
DAYCARE
CHILDREN'S HEALTH
Cartoons FAIR oo
for pre-school age children at
Arbor Park Nursery-April 12-10-5
3200 Braeburn Circle-April 13-1-5
-vision tests-hearing tests-lab work-
-physicals-drug info--vaccinations-
--preventitive tooth care-and more-
refreshrments
FREE FOLLOW UP CARE
Children must be accompanied 'by an adult,
preferably a parent. History and consent forms
are available at Arbor Park Nursery or the
Free People's Clinic, 225 E. Liberty. IT'S FREE!!
Sponsored by the Free People's Clinic with assistance from
Family Day Care Council, Galen's Medical Society, Project
Community, Washtenaw County Health Education Dept.,
and Maternal & Child Health Students, School of Public
Health.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, April 10, 197 5

Thu rsdavA.r.,.1. 19...

Rackham Literary Studies
ANNOUNCES
a CONFERENCE on:
"Linguistics and
Literary Criticism'

Friday, April

11,

1975

I 2-5P.M.EASTLECTURE ROOM
25RACKHAM BUILDING
Centicore Bookshop
OFFERS FOR SALE4
AN ORIGINAL BRONZE SCULPTURE BY
SALVIDOR DALI
ENTITLED
Venus A La Giraffe
Cast in bronze in a limited edition, signed in + 1
the base by the artist. 4H
DESCRIPTION: This sculpture, 23 inches high, is 44
Dali's well known version of the Venus de Milo, trans- +
moarified into a giraffe, her body punctuated with 4
moveable drawers supported by a crutch.
SEE HER AT CENTICORE
Centicore Bookshop +0
336 MAYNARD ST.
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Jobless a
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DETROIT (UPI) - Michi-4,,~ '
gan's unemployment rate drop- ' s ' , r # > >
pd slightly in March-to 15.3 p ,s ,,
per cent as compared with 15.5
in February - but still remain- :'.& . .-
ed substantially higher than the
nationwide jobless rate.
Figures released today by the
Michigan Employment Security
Commission showed statewide
unemployment had dropped by
5,400 since February, bringing .
the number of jobless persons
to 615,900. In February, 621,300
persons were unemployed.
IN MARCH of 1974, the state
unemployment rate was 9.6 with a
376,600 out of work.
The nation's jobless rate for
March 1975 stood at 8.7 per
cent.
MESC Director Martin Taylors...'>:
credited callbacks by the auto 'AP Photo
industry for the slight drop in AN UNEMPLOYED CHRYSLER worker enters the Chrysler plant in Hamtramck to vali-
unemployment. He said during date his Supplemental Unemployment Benefit claim. The Michigan Employment Security
the week of March 12, when the Commission reported a slight drop in unemployment figures for March.
commission gathered data for -- .----___-__
... . . . . . . . .. .. . .. .... . ................................
of the state's auto plants were
in operation - at least on a
limited basis.DLY OFF CAL BULLETI
HE SAID unemployment in N
Michigan and Detroit has been
in r a inncadlri ce Spe .. ......s.. ... .:..n..... .......steadil. .................... .. . ..... ....since...............................,....-...

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Any student is eligible to run for
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To become a candidate, sign up at
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THURSDAY, APRIL 10
3:00 p.m. MARK
Hill Aud. Z'sh S
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7 & 9 p.m. "Rush
Angell Hall, Aud. C tory o
Do not
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tember, and the jobless dip in
March indicated at least a tem-
porary leveling off.-
The unemployment rate for
metropolitan Detroit area in
March indicated at least a tem-
porary leveling off.

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Thursday, April 10 College. London, "Theology and 126 Res. Coll., 4 pm.
Day Calendar Rhetoric: The Epistle to the He- American Heritage Night: Alas-
WUOM: Eliz. Janeway, author, brews," 2009 Angell, 3 pm. kan food, League Cafeteria, 5-7:15
Man's World - Woman's Place: A Environmental Studies: w. Viv- pm.
Study in Social Mythology, on ian, "Competition for world Ener- women' Sstudies Films: Emerging
"Men & Women: Changing Roles in gy Resources," 4001 CC Little, 3 Women; Sylvia, Fran, & Joy, Lee.
a Changing World," 10:15 am. pm. Rm. 1, MLB, 8 pm.
Near Eastern Studies; Program in MHRI: M. B. Sterman, UCLA Residential College Players:
Religion: Christopher Evans, King's "Clinical Applications of EEGBio- 1e.C's Good Woman of Setzuan,
feedackin Nuroogy" MHI, :45Res. Coll. Aud., 8 m.
f b N y ,Music School: Degree recitals -
Lynn Klock, saxophone, Recital
" { Near Eastern Studies: Ctr. Near Hall. 8 pm: percussion ensemble -
s in A"reriCa Eastern, North African Studies; Charles Owen, conductor, Rehear-
Philosophy: Majid Fakhry, Prince- sal Hall, 8 pm.
Ston, "The Contemplative Ideal in
Islamic Thought : Aristotle and Summer Placement
LANE, Head of the Citi- Avicenna," 3050 Frieze, 4 m. 3200 SAB, 763-4117
Commission of I n g u i r v, Botany: Richard E. wolf, Jr. Jewel Co., Detroit, MI: interview
naton, D.C.: Author of Ex- Harvard, "Problems in Studyingj Thurs/Fri. Apr. 17/18 9-5; openings
ASSASSINATION OF JOHN the Expression of Genes for Con- incl. route salesmen, working estab-
e Action, Rush to Judoement. stitutive Enzyme Synthesis," 1139 lished routes, & customer reps; in-
NEDY"Nat. Sci., 4 pm. cludes jobs inFlint, Saginaw, Grand
.JNDY [Rapids, Toledo; excellent oppor-
tJudgement, Documen- ula eia:grMr- tunities; further details available.
t Assassination ham, MSU, Rtopic,4 topbe announced, Camp Tamarack, Detroit Fresh
in$.0P&ACoo.Rm,4p Air Society: interview Fri~, Apr. 11
Spanish Language, Culture Films: 1-5; openings for Unit supvs. (21);
BLAIR, D i r ect ofr, Civil Sanish commercials, Clio Awards, waterfront & kitchen aids.
Commission, State of Mich- .-_---________
Lansing. Michigan, "COM-
DATA SYSTEMS: AN IN- COLLOQUIUM: 4, )N CFLLRIUACM:
be Announced "LATIN AMERICANS
IN STRUGGLE"
Migrant Workers in Michigan
NCE KENNEDY, Attorney, With members of the Office
Director Consumer Informa- of Migrant Workers, Dept.
ervice, NYC; Delegate, Na- of Social Services in Lans-
Conference on Black Power; in, Others.
r. The Feminists. "NELSON
FELLER: MULTI-NATION- THURSDAY, APRIL 10
LINOUENT." RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE
LD FREED, Author of Execu- Room 126-7:30 p.m.
"FROM DALLAS TO WAs Sponsored by the Group on Latin American Issues
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