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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1956

New Ballot
To Propose
A nnexation
Proposed annexation of East,
Ann Arbor to Ann Arbor will be
, question on the Nov. 6 ballot.
The Washtenaw County Board
of Supervisors approved last week
placing .of the question: "Shall the
city of East Ann Arbor be annexed
to the city of Ann Arbor," before
registered voters of both cities.
To approve annexation, voters
in both cities must cast a simple
majority of votes in favor of the
proposal. In that event, Ann Arbor
will take a 2,000 person leap in
population and will grow by an
and will grow by an additional
655 acres.
The date of this possible change,
however, was not immediately
agreed upon by members of the
board.
The supervisors approved the,
addition to the ballot by unani-
mous vote after the board's legis-
lative committee, headed by Su-
perintendent Arthur Carpenter of
East Ann Arbor, reported that the
proposal "conforms in all respects
to provisions of the law."
The East Ann Arbor City Coun-
cil was informed of the board's de-
cision and began preparations for
the publication of a newsletter
which willsupply information to
the East Ann Arbor voters.

LEGAL PROBLEMS GROW:
Atomic Energy Expands Commercially

By DICK TAUB
As the commercial use of Atomic
Energy continues to expand, le-
gal problenys attendant to this
new industry have grown more
complex.
To discuss these, National In-
Atitute on Legal Problems of
Atomic Energy, sponsored by the
Law School and the Special Com-
mittee on Atomic Energy of the
American Bar Association niet in
Ann Arbor, Sept. 13-15.
The institute took no formal ac-
tion as a body on any of the sug-
gestions developed. However, sev-
eral of the workshop groups did
arrive at some conclusions.
One workshop recommended
that. AEC program of declassifi-
cation be continued and acceler-
ated "to further the objectives of
the 'Atoms for Peace' program;
and competitive position of Amer-
ican industry in this field."
Radiation Injuries May Increase
The group called for broader
transmission of non-military clas-
sified material, particularly in the
interest of scientific progress.
As greater numbers of workers
become involved in atomic pro-
jects, the danger of radiation in-
juries increases.
The group decided that to pro-
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tect the public, the AEC should re-
quire licenses of any activity with
substantial radiation hazard to es-
tablish financial responsibility to
compensate for injuries caused by
their nuclear activities.
However, since atomic activities
carry the risk of catastrophic loss
so great it could not be borne by
industry, the group recommended
that Congress provide some means
for the government to assume part
of the risk in event of major dis-
aster.
With the possible exception of
nuclear weapons, which remain
in a special category, the work-
Stowe Will Teach
Journalism Class
Prof. Leland Stowe has returned
to the University after a semester's
absence.
Prof. Stowe, a roving correspon-
dent for the Reader's Digest last
semester, will teach a course in the
flow of world news for the jour-
nalism department.

shop on patent problems, sug-
gested that present patent con-
trols in the atomic energy field
should be eliminated and normal
patent laws be made applicable
as soon as possible.
Delays Halt Benefits
The workshop asserted that de-
lays caused by classification have
deprived American inventors of
benefits derived from the Interna-
tional Patent Convention.
It noted that the one year period
of grace from the date of filing a
United States patent is insuffi-
cient to prevent later inventors in
foreign countries from obtaining
patents on American inventions
whose priority rights are unclear
because of delays caused by classi-
fication of information and fail-
ure of the AEC to file patent ap-,
plication.
The workshop also recom-
mended that "The Joint Commit-
tee on Atomic Energy re-examine
the concept that atomic informa-
tion is "born" Wlassified . .. and
that this concept be limited to the
design, manufacture or utilization
of atomic weapons.'

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Organization Notices

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IFC Rushing Committee - Registra-
tion for this fall's fraternity rushing
program will be held from September 17
through October 3. All prospective
rushees must sign up in the Office of
Bill Cross, Assistant to the Dean of
Men, 1020 Administration Building, 9-12
a.m. and 3-5 p.m.
* s
Inter-cooperative Council --- Orien-
tation Meeting for all members, Thurs-

day, September 20, 1956, 7:30 p.m., Owen
Co-op, 1017 Oakland.
* * S
Sailing Club -- organizational meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m., September 20, 1956, regu-
lar meeting room over Engine Arch.
* * s
Christian Science Organization --
Weely Devotional Meeting, Thursday,
September 20, 1956, 7:30 p.m., Lane Hall
(the upper room)

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