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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 10, 1985

NEA recommends school AIDS guidelines

WASHINGTON - The nation's
largest teachers union recommended
guidelines yesterday it said seek to
deal fairly and safely with the
problem of AIDS in public schools, in-
cluding non-classroom instruction
and medical evaluations.
The proposals by the National
Education Association come amid
mounting public concern over
acquired immune deficiency syn-
drome - a deadly disease with no
known cure.
"THE GUIDELINES are designed
to strike a balance between the right
of an AIDS victim...and the right of,
other students and school employees
to be free from the risk of exposure,"
said NEA President Mary Futrell.
The 1.7 million-member union
urged school districts to create
medical teams to examine students
and employees who have the illness to
determine if they can attend school
without endangering others.
It also recommended that if a school

has a "reasonable cause" to suspect a
student or employee has AIDS it may
require the person to sumbit to a
medical evaluation.
THE UNION said, however, "The
sexual orientation of a student or
school employee shall not constitute
a reasonable cause" and the suspec-
ted AIDS victim should not be
required to disclose his sexual
preference.
AIDS has mostly been reported
among homosexuals, hemophiliacs
and intravenous drug abusers.
Robert Chanin, the NEA's general
counsel, said even with the proposed
guidelines he expects to see a crush of
administrative and, perhaps, legal
wrangling over just how various
measures would be carried out.
"I EXPECT some of our local
organizations will seek injunctions to
keep a student out of class and I ex-
pect we will get teachers who are told
they can't work anymore and will tur-
to us and say, 'Defend me,"' he said.

I expect there are school boards who will
turn AIDS into a witch hunt and we will do
what we can to stop that.'
- Robert Chanin,
NEA general counsel

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Chanin said, "I expect there are
school boards who will turn AIDS into
a witch hunt and we will do what we
can to stop that."
In its recommended guidelines, the
NEA said if a student is barred from
class because he has AIDS, the school

shall make every reasonable effort to
provide the youngster with "alter-
native education."
And if an employee is fired because,
of the illness, the NEA said, he should
be entitled "to use any available,
medical leave and receive any
available disability benefits."

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Greeks may
create panel
to settle
d isputes

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provisions of the Panel are merely a redefinition of the
six-year-old IFC constitution.
"The real addition to the panel will be the pro-active
part. With it, we feel we can organize a safe, quality even-
ts."
But other students, such as Richard Byrne, a member of
Delta Upsilon fraternity said this proposal smacks of
University's proposed code for nonacademic conduct.
HE SAID the GARP would allow an accusor in a dispute
to remain anonymous.
"It's a violation of our rights of due process of the law,"
he said.

Jeff Naser, Delta Upsilon's IFC representative and
fraternity vice president, said the GARP should apply
only to disputes between fraternities and sororities.
"(Sorority members) will only have a voice, not a
vote," said John Erickson, referring to the stipulation that
only fraternity members can vote on cases involving the
all-male organizations.
If the panel is formed, it will be comprised of i2 mem-
bers and four alternates, five members and two alternates
from fraternities and sororities respectively. The IFC
president and vice president would belong to the commi-
tee.

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Reagan won't receive honorary Harvard degree

Associated Press
Ruins
Heavy rains caused a massive landslide at Mameyes shantytown in Pon-
ce, Puerto Rico. The National Guard fears hundreds may lie buried
beneath the mud and rubble.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UPI) -
Harvard University will not award
any honorary degrees at its 350th an-
niversary celebration next Septem-
ber, apparently defusing a debate
over whether one should be conferred
on President Reagan.
There is no "political message"
behind the move, and it is not a rebuke
of the president, Francis Burr, a
Boston Lawyer in charge of the com-
mission planning the event, said
Tuesday.
LAST SPRING, Derek Bok, the

university's president, invited
Reagan to speak at a convocation
scheduled for Sept. 5, 1986, touching
off a controversy among Harvard
faculty and alumni.
White House spokesmen say they
are still not sure whether Reagan will
attend the celebration, which is also
expected to feature a member of
Britain's royal family, possibly Prin-
ce Charles.
Eleven presidents have received
honorary degrees from Harvard,

which has also awarded honorary
degrees to figures as diverse as the
Shah of Iran and Benny Goodman.
THE DECISION not to hand out the
degrees at next year's anniversary
was reached last week by the Harvard
Corp., which did not reveal a reason
for the move, Burr said.
"One could speculate that a major
reason is that a number of honorary
degrees will have just been awarded
in June. There are some who think
Harvard awards too many degrees
anyway, and that giving another bat-

ch would be
Burr said.

adding to the clutter,"

"One has to also bear in mind that
this is a 50th, not a 100th, anniversary.
We see it as more of an interim event,
a family occasion," Burr said.
At Harvard's 300th anniversary in
1936, 64 honorary degrees were awar-
ded, all of them to scholars.
Nine other presidents, including
George Washington, Franklin
Roosevelt, and John Kennedy have
received the award.

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77 BLAZER 4 wheel drive, power steering, power
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'73 PONTIAC VENTURA, A-1 Condition.
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APPLE 11+, monitor, Epson printer, software
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'74 OPEL MANTA - Good condition, many new
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12B1015

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HELP WANTED

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SHARP PC-1250 Programmable Scientific Com-
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Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

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536 S. FOREST
For More Information, Call
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ACROSS
1 Lasses
5 Follows Shebat
9 "- corny as
Kansas..."
13 "Like.-out
of hell"
14 Irish export
15 Maternally
related
16 Eddie Murphy
film hit
19 Storehouse
20 Aging
21 Greek letter
23 Sun. talk
24 Barney Leason
paperback
30 Rascals
34 Anger
35 Nantes's river
36 Gaucho's
weapon
37 Domesticated
39 Roanoke feeder
40 Kind of pie
41 Short jacket
42 Harden
44 Concealed
45 Transmit
46 Sinatra song hit
48 Sugar: Suffix
50 Canals
51 State of in-
activity
57 "Last - in
Paris": 1973
film
61 Gloria Swanson
hit: 1950
63 Viper
64 Like Mother
Hubbard's cup-

7 Yearning
8 Check
9 Enroll
10 Spice rack item
11 --- of bricks
12 Calendar abbr.
15 Otherwise
17 Did an antique
dealer's work
18 - majesty
22 Altar words
24 Ceremonies
25 Hold forth on
the dais
26 Fiend
27 "--Wild
Pony": 1976
film
28 Qom native
29 Most brilliant
planet
31 Coffee variety
32 Highlander's
wrap
33 Entertainer
Duncan
38 Supports
40 Mescal
43 Hotel units:
Abbr.

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Fast time
Rye and whole
wheat
Tip follower
"...forhe-
Englishman!"
Rubens subject
Finishes

54 Recedes
55 Laundry item
56 Unfailing
58 Zola heroine
59 Valise
60 Tote board
figures
62 -Zeppelin

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for animal care or glassware. Call Betty or Luda
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CLERK - flexible hours. Apply in person, 215% /.2
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WANT TO HELP WOMEN decrease dependence
on prescriptions? Women who have used a
diaphragm or cap and have been pregnant are
invited to help test the new disposable diaphragm.
Free exams and all supplies for a year. Call
Dr. Elliot, Community Health Programs,
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MODELS - up to $80.00 per hour. Call
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Call Thursday between 10 and 5 or leave name
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97111014
FRATERNITY COOK WANTED for 30+ people,
previous fraternity/sorority experience helpful,
attitude important. 662-7695. 01H111
EXPERIENCED babysitter needed for infant
Tuesday & Thursday 2:30-6:30 p.m. in home near
campus. Other times flexible. References
required. 662-4366. 91H1014
ACTIVISTS: Get involved; improve public
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DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES OR ACNE? Earn
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of the 12-14 week studies. Call UM Department of
Dermatology Research 763-5519, M-F, 9-4, for
further details. 07H1015
$4-$10/HR. Need Diligent, responsible, motivated
person. Very flexible hours. Easy Job. 668-8492.
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PEOPLE TO HELP with Special Events to be
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Minimum wage paid. Call Pat or Anne 764-2220.
82H1011
TELLERS: An Ann Arbor Savings and Loan
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should possess a high school diploma with
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Oct. 7-Nov. 1

THE ANN ARBOR NEWS has positions open for
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driving record and a reliable vehicle. Hours for
Position 1 are: Saturday and Sunday 6:00 a.m. to
10:00 a.m. and Monday & Thursday 3:00 p.m. to
7:30 p.m. Hours for Position 2 are: Monday thru
Friday 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Hourly rate plus
Mileage Reimbursement. Apply at The Ann Arbor
News Personnel Department. For questions, call
994-6744 and ask for Lee Ann. We are an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
83H1010
THE MUG Eateries & Commons is NOW HIRING
for Bus People/Kitchen Cleanup. University of
Michigan Students ONLY. Earn $3.60/hour;
flexible hours needed; primarily night-time shifts.
Please apply in person Room 2400 Michigan
Union. A Non-Discriminatory, Affirmative Action
employer. 73H1011
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995-0772. 98J1010
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theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
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EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158

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HELP NEW STUDENTS OR THEIR PARENTS:
Be a Summer Orientation Leader. Applications
available in 3000 Michigan Union or call 764-6290
for more information. 33F1028

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973-0710 cFtc
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