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R EW THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Psyehiatrists Chaplain Hed
To Meet Here Will Discuss
Conferences Will Discuss War,_Religic
War Time Problems
Dr. O. D. Foster, Washington i
A three day conference on psychi- son officer for the Chaplaincy,i
atry. emphasizing its usefulness in discuss the religious life of men
the solution of humlan relationship service with students, faculty,o
problems during war time will begin representatives of the major relig:
Thursday in the Rackham Building. groups on campus when he visits h
In a public meeting to be held at tomorrow.
7:30 p.m. in the Rackham Lecture An open meeting with informalc
Hall, Dr. George S. Stevenson of cussion will be held for studentsa
New York will discuss "Preventative p. m. at Lane Hall tomorrow. W
Psychiatry", and Dr. Ernest Hadley in the city, Dr. Foster will meet
of Washington will speak on "Psy- conference a selected group of clei
chiatry in Industry." "Psychiatry men. Dr. Edward W. Blakeman,l
arid Morale" will be the topic of Dr. ligious Counsellor on campus,1
Harry Stack Sullivan of Washington also planned a luncheon for Dr.]
and Dr. G. Foster Kennedy of New ter and a group of faculty memb
York will speak on "Psychiatry and Dr. Foster is endeavoring, toh
chaplains make use of approved
Propaganda." ligious methods of civil life for u
"Psychiatry in the Training, Ex- of the Army, Navy, and Air Fo
perience and Education of the Indi- Working under the provisional org
vidual" will be the subject of the ization with Earl W. Deed and Ch
discussions on Friday morning, and lain Ora J. Cohed of Ft. Sam Hous
Dr. William Healy of Boston will Texas, Dr. Foster and his associ
speak on "Psychiatry: Its Relation- are compiling a chaplain's handb
ship to Sociology and Criminology" at They have developed an organiza
a luncheon at the League. known as the Guardians of Ame
The problems of war treatment, whose aim is to, aid in the trainin
"Psychiatry and the War," will be new chaplains and to dnrich theE
discussed by officers of the Army, vices of all chaplains.
Navy and the Air Forces in Friday The chaplain has had wide
afternoon discussions. quaintance with Jewish, Catholic
On Saturday the conference will Protestant faiths in Europe, Mex
close with symposia on the philoso- and America. For the past twe
phy of psychiatry and psychiatry in years he has held various educati
the war. positions, inter-faith in character
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DAILY OFFICLIAL
BULLETIN
TUESDAY, OCT. 20, 1942
VOL. LIII No. 14
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- To All Faculty Members and Oth-
at 4 ers Interested:
hile 1. Old Age Annuities. Since 1918 it
t in has been a condition of employment
ryas a Faculty member of the Univer-
R sity of Michigan, except for instruc-
Re- tors of less than three years' stand-
has ing for whom the provision is option-
Fos- al, that such Faculty member shall
ers. purchase an old age annuity from
help the Teachers Insurance and .Annu-
re- ity Associtiation. The object of this
nits annuity is provision for the teacher
rce. after he shall have passed the re-
ran- tirenient age. The annuity premi-
ap- um payment required from each Fac-
ton, ulty member is 5% of any annual sal-
ates ary not exceeding $5000, or thus a
ook. maximum premium of $250. Faculty
tion members may devote as much more
rica of their salaries to annuity premi-
g of ums as they desire. The University
ser- matches the annuity premium up to
an annual sum not in excess of $250,
ac- thus within the 5% limit doubling
aand the amount of the annuity purchased.
xico, 2. Any person in the employ of the
enty University may at his own cost pur-
onal chase annuities from the Association
r. in any amounts. The University it-
self, however, will contribute to the
expense of such purchase of annui-
ties only as stated in (1) above,
3. Life Insurance. Any person in
the employ of the University, either
as a Faculty member or otherwise,
unless debarred by his medical ex-
amination, may, at his own option
and expense, purchase life insurance
from the Teachers Insurance and
Annuity Association at its published
rates. All life insurance premiums
are borne by the individual himself.
The University makes no contribu-
tion toward life insurance and has
nothing to do with the life insurance
feature except that it will if desired
by the insured, deduct premiums
monthly and remit the. same to the
Association.
4. Monthly Premium Payments.
The University accounting offices
will as a matter of accommodation
to faculty members or employees of
the University, who desire to pay
either annuity premiums or insur-
ance premiums monthly, deduct such
premiums from the payroll in month-
ly installments. In the case of the
so-called "academic roll' premiums
for the months of July, August,
September and October will be de-
ducted from the double payroll of
June 30. While the accounting of-
fices do not solicit this work, still it
will be cheerfully assumed where de-'
sired.
5. The University has no arrange-
ments with any life insurance or
annuity organization except the
Teachers Insurance and Annuity As-
sociation of America and contribu-
tions will not be made by the Uni-
versity nor can premium payments
be deducted except in the case of an-
nuity or insurance policies of this
Association.
6. The general administration of
the annuity and insurance business
{ has been placed in the hands of the
Secretary of the University by the
Regents.
Please communicate with the un-
designed if you have not arranged
for any and all annuities required
under your appointment.
Herbert G. Watkins
Notice to All Faculty Members and
MICHIGAN I
I NOW! Mats. 25c, Eves. 40c

TwoNew Classes
Started By Clinic
Two new classes are to be opened
for students with speech defects at
the Speech Clinic. Professor H. Har-
lan Bloomer, director, announced yes-
terday.
These courses are arranged mainly
for male students who might be re-
fused by the Army or find it difficult
to get into Officers Candidate School
because of speech defects.
University Employees: Employees on
"full-time" and on annual or month-
ly salary who ordinarily receive a
vacation at the expense of the Uni-
versity and pay on holidays and for
a reasonable period ofsick leave if
necessary, are not entitled to pay-
ment for "overtime," whether in
their own or another department of
the University unless such arrange-
ment shall have been authorized in
advance by the President or the
Board of Regents.
To All Departments: Please notify
Mr. Peterson in the Business Office
the number of Faculty Directories
needed in your department.
Herbert G. Watkins,
Assistant Secretary
Pre-forestry Students: All fresh-
man and sophomore pre-forestry stu-
dents are asked to meet this eve-
ning at 7 o'clock in Room 304
Michigan Union. The meeting will
last for only an hour so that all
attending may be free for study or
other engagements by 8 o'clock. Some
explanation of the role of forestry in
the war effort will be made, and there
will be opportunity for questions on
the accelerated program and on pros-
pects in the profession of forestry.
S. T. Dana
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