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PAGE FJGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOV. 12, 1937

Zander Urges
FairlyEnforced
Civil Service
Federation Of Government
Employs Are Told They
Must Form Organization
Declaring that Michigan now has a
good civil service law, Dr. Arnold
3. Zander, president of the American
Federation of State, County and Mu-
nicipal Employes, told more than 200
members of the union Wednesday at
he Masonic temple that state em-
)loyes must organize to see that it is
fairly enforced.
Dr. Zander pointed out that only
six or eight of the states which op-
rate under a civil service system have
*i fair administration of the law.
ie said that the "open back-door pol-
.cy," by which the supervisor may
discharge any employee; the 90-day
emergency job provision, by which
employes may get positions for that
oeriod without civil service examina-
ion; and possible defects or malad-
ministration of the classification sys-
tem may result in unfair treatment
to the laboring man.
"Our union is aiming at an im-
orovement in the public service," Dr.
Zander continued, "and we feel that
in order to deal with a state-wide
governmental organization we must
build a state-wide union. We are an
industrial union; our members are
from the service, not from specific
occupations."
J. Lyle Sage, president of the
Trades and Labor Council of Battle
Creek, declared that organization was
necessary if labor was to be strongly
represented in Lansing. He pointed
out the benefits which have already
accrued from organizational influ-
┬░nce, and urged the union members
to see that the civil service law is
enforced.
Gerald Russell, of Pontiac, chair-
man of the state locals, told the au-
dience that, "The stronger our or-
ganization gets, the more gains we're
going to get," and urged a large and
strong State organization in order to
influence governmental policies.
James A. Daar, Detroit, AFL or-
ganizer in Michigan, reported to the
union that the national convention
was very enthusiastic about the
growth of the state employes' organ-
ization, and assured the rank and
file that their officers were among the
finest in the country.
Roderick MacDonald, Detroit, AFL
organizer in the State, declared that
State administration is friendly to
labor "from top to bottom." He said
that William Brownrigg, civil service
director would speak to the local
union in the near future.
Prof. Ford To Broadcast
On State Tax Delinquency
Prof. Robert S. Ford, of the econ-
omics department will speak on the
subject "Tax Delinquency in Mich-
igan" at 3 p.m. today over station
WJR. Hiram Collins, '38, will be the
student announcer for the program.
Copies of Prof. Ford's talk may be
obtained by sending requests to Prof.
Waldo Abbot, director of broadcasting
service, Ann Arbor.
ANNOUNCE PLEDGING
Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
ing of Jean Henry, '41, of Fostoria;
Ohio. Dorothy Maul, '39, of Grosse
Pointe and Jeanne Clemmons, '40, of
Ann Arbor will be initiated into
Kappa Delta on Sunday.

Accused In Shooting

Music School
Plans Program
Four Faculty Members To-
Take Part Sundav

British Foreign Secretary

Four members of the faculty of
the School of Music will combine theirj
efforts in a miscellaneous program at
4:15 p.m., Sunday in Hill Auditorium.
The program will present to Ann
Arbor music lovers for the first time1
this season, Maud Okkelberg, pianist;
Joseph Brinkman, pianist; Arthur
Hackett, tenor; and Wassily Besekir-
sky, violinist.
Mrs. Okkelberg, who has won dis-
tinction as a player both in solo per-
formances and in ensemble work, will
open the program; after which Ar- Anthony Eden, British foreign
thur Hackett will sing a group of secretary, took a leading role at
songs. Mr. Hackett has won wide the nine-power parley in Brussels
recognition both in this country and over Sino-Japanese conflict.
abroad. ________I________
The c'osing number will be a gen," "Allerseelen' and "Die Nacht,"
"Poem" played by Mr. Besekirsky and by Strauss and "Liebesfeier," by
Mr. Brinkman. Both of these per- Weingartner. These will be sung by
formers have been heard many times Mr. Hackett.
in Ann Arbor, and in performances "El Poema de Una Sanluquena,"
both in the East and West as well as by Turina. This will be played by
in European centers. The program Mr. Besekirsky and Mr. Brinkman.
in full is as follows:
"Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue,'F
by Bach; "Intermezzo, Op. 116, No. 2" FRAM TO TALK
and "3 Capricci, Op. 76, Nos. 8, 2, 5," Rabbi Leon Fram, of Temple Beth-
by Brahms. These will be played by el in Detroit will speak on "What I
Mrs. Okkelberg. I Saw in Germany and Poland" tonight
"Waldeinsomkeit" by Reger; "Mor- at the Hillel Service.

Water Color Exhibit
To Be Until Nov. 24
The collection of German and
American water colors which opened
yesterday in Alumni Hall, will be on
exhibit through Wednesday, Nov. 24,
instead of through Nov. 4, as was
printed in yesterday's Daily. The
collection, a loan to the Ann Arbor
Art Association from the Detroit In-
stitute of Fine Arts, is on exhibit
from 2 to 5 p.m. daily. Admission is
free to students and members. There
is a small charge for other visitors.
"Winter Pastures," a fresco study
of wild horses, by Frank A. Mechan,
"Florida Storm," by Virginia Berres-
ford and Winslow Homer's "Bahama
Boatmen" are among the most pop-
ular of the collection with Ann Arbor
visitors, according to some of the
members of the Association.
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Mrs. R. C. Kelly (above), 66,
mother of Gov. E. D. Tivers of
Georgia faced a charge of assault
with intent to kill in connection
with the wounding of J. R. Page,
68, Nashville, Ark. alderman.
Two Passengers
Hurt In Crash

Other
But

Car Turns Over
No One Injured

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Three passengers of an automobile
which oveturned early yesterday were
uninjured, but two persons in the
other car involved, which merely jolt-
ed to a sudden stop, were injured.
The driver of the car which over-
turned was John F. Schrontz, 29 years
old, of 801 Amherst Avenue. The oth-
er driver was Jean Watson, 15 years
old, of 1510 Morton Avenue. Miss
Watson was cut on the forehead and
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ren Jessop, 15 years old, of 1139 Lin-
coln Avenue, was cut on the lip and
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The accident occurred when Miss
Watson entered the intersection of
Church and Willard streets, driving1
north on Church St.
Dtroit Man Charged
With Robbing Station
Charged with stealing $12.69 from
an Ann Arbor gasoline station cash
box, Ronald Whittaker, 20 years old,
of Detroit, was ordered held in the
county jail under $2,500 bond, un-
furnished, for examination Nov. 19.
Whittaker denied the charge when
brought before Justice Jay H. Payne.
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