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THE MICUIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JANUARY 4,1957

JRASS ROOTS' CONTACT:
Groups Aid Public

Doctoral Examination for Ralph Dick- Tues. & Wed., Jan. 8 & 9 I tories, Administration, Fire Division
inson Goodrich, Jr., Electrical Engi- Naval Officer Procurement, Detroit, and Racket Squad.
neering; thesis: "Simplified Analytical Mich. - Men with any degree for ap- Fri., Jan. I1
Solutions of Transmission System pointment to commissioned rank in American Seating Co., Grand Rapids.
Problems", Fri., Jan. 4, 2075 East En- the U.S. Navy including officer candi- Mich. - Men with LS&A degrees for
gineering Bulding, at 2:00 p.m. Chair- date and aviation. Sales antvwln re in U.S. and for Gen-
Guaranty Trust Company of New For appoimments contact the Bu-
Doctoral Examination for John Stew- York, New York City - Men with any reau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
citizen, the Citizens Health Con- art Lowther, Geology: thesis: "A Cre- degree, particularly Economics, Bus. I Bldg., ext. 871.
ference is held every odd year. taceous Flora From Northern Alaska", Ad., or Law, for training for the Creditj
rn ,s d1yd eFri., Jan. 4, 1518 Museums Building, at Dept., Investment Dept., Corporate Personnel Requests:
Here citizens learn of the ad- 4:00 p.m. Chairman, C. A. Arnold. Trust Dept.. Personal Trust Dept. Eli Lilly and Co., Indianapolis, Id.
Thu rcinn iE ninLinnn; ind Ct., ndiahnapolir, Aud

For further information contact the
$ureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 371.

gntion
No tices

rNOTE - Especially to Feb. tUrad'.,
Please notify the Bureau as soon as
you have accepted a position if you
are registered in this office.

By GERALD LUNDY
"More success can be achieved
y doing things with people rath-
r than for them," according to
Iarry E. Miller, director of the
>chool of Public Health's Contin-
ed Education Service.
This is one of the means by
vhich the Continued Education,
Service achieves its goal, he ex-
lained.
The program first had its be-I
inning in 1942 when school of-
ficials realized the University'sI
school of Public Health held tre-
nendous reserves of scientific
(nowledge.
These could be spread from theI
school to the general public. !
"Grass Roots" .
Health officials knew the mostt
eficient means of approaching
kiealth problems on a community
md family level was to start
back at the grass roots with the
ndividual," he added.
They saw that the primary level
:or solving the health problems
>f the group would first concern
-he individual.
Director Miller and his asso-
ciates thought that by meeting
with the people of the community
nd the nation, some of the fun-
damental but important problems
confronting health agencies could'
be partly or wholly solved if these
people could understand them
through education.
Not only can terrific progress
be made in public health by stim-
ulating interest with understand-
ing, but people will also share
ideas with one another tying
stronger bonds for an organized
and cooperative effort, Miller said.
Cites Civic Groups
To illustrate the effect of or-
ganized effort, Miller discussed
civic organizations:
"These are comprised of people
cooperating together to help solve
specific problems . . . they have

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vances made in public health
promoting health standards. Doctoral Examination for Jim Bob
p Stephenson, Speech; thesis: "Percy
practices and of their own part in Fitzgerald, Critic and Prophet 1834-
In addition to these special con- 1925", Fri., Jan. 4, East Council Room,
Rackham Building, at 7:30 p.m. Chair-
ferences the Continued Education man, H. Z. Norton.
Service conducts through the
School of Public Health "a variety i Doctoral Examination for George
Bernard Rabb. Zoology; thesis: "A
of non-credit short courses, semi- Study of Variation in Iguanid Lizards
nars, conferences, workshops, and of the Leiocephalus Carinatus Comn-
discussionals. plex", Sat., Jan, 5, 3024 Museums
They are designed to serve per- Building, at 9:30 a.m. Chairman, C..
Walker.
sons employed in public health
services and professional, busi- N
ness, trade, industrial and other PlacementA Notices
groups whose activities have a re- The following schools will be at the
lation to health." Miller said. Bureau of Appointments, on Wed., Jan.
However, there are some courses 9 to interview for teachers.
which are open to the general Port Leyden, New York - Speech
public. Correction; English; Mathematics.
St. Clair Shores, Michigan (Lakeview
In its functioning as a part of School) - All elementary for Feb., 1957
the University the Continued and Sept., 1957; Elem. Art; Elem. Tea-
Education Service is a public cher Consultant for Physically Handi-
service contributing to the educa- capped.
tion of the people of the state and For additional information and ap-
Ipointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
nation . . . ultimately promoting I pointments. 3528 Administration Build-
the public health, he concluded. ing. NO. 3-1511, Ext. 489.

Thurs.. Jan 10 1 exuerience in Advertisinsa Art: Ae.

Congregational and Disciples Student
Summer Placement Guild, ice skating at Coliseum, taffy
There will be a meeting of the Sum- pulling following, Friday, Jan. 4, 7:30
mer Placement Service on Wed,, Jan. p.m., meet at Guild House.
9 1957, in Room 3-G of the Michigan *
Union from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Posi- Hillel. Sabbath Services, Associate
tions available for men and women Prof. McKeachie will speak on Direc-
in Industry, technical and non-techni- I tions for Significant Living, January 4,
cal, Camps, Resorts, etc. 1957, 7:30 p.m., Chapel.
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Inlernaticnal Bvsiness Machines Cor- currently has openings for: Associate
poration, Detroit. Mich. - work in East Art Director - man with BA and some
&. Midwest - Men and women with countant - experience not required;
any degree for Customer Services Dept. MarLet Analyst - man with BA or MA
to work with personnel and customers. in BusAd, Mktg. Research, or Econ.;
Men are also needed Finance, Market- I Engrs. with BS or MS in Ind., Elect.,
ing, Mfg. Administration, Sales, Person- Chem., Arch.. or Mech. E.; Chemists
nel, and Applied Science, with experience; and a Bacteriologist
Michigan State Police, work throueh- with a PhD.
out Michigan - Men with Law aegree I Pennsylvania E 1 e c t r i c Company,
for Attorncy General's office. Men with Johnstown, Pennsylvania, needs an
any degree for Traffic Control and Eiectrical Engineering graduate inter-.
I t Identification in Crime Labora- ested in Power Distribution.
010 A0t 1-30P.ER
7 ~10:- 00 A.M. to 11:30 P.M.

Great January
continues

-Daily-Dave Arnold
HARRY MILLER
. . . Director of Public Health
Continued Education Service
proven themselves to be success-
ful.
"The samecan be applied in the
field of health."
Inthe Continued Education
Service there are two ways by
which the general public is edu-
cated on matters concerning
health promotion: training
courses and special conferences.
There are two types of confer-
ences. One for the general public
and another for professional peo-
ple connected with public health
such as doctors or dentists.
The conferences are held every
even year with public health offi-
cials.
Here, officials learn of the la-
test advances in public health in
relation to local, taxes and bud-

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
Rhesus Monkey with Methods for Pre*
dieting Physical Dependence Liability
in Man," Fri., Jan. 4, Library, Pharma-
cology Building, at 10:00 a.m. Chair-
man. M. H. Seevers.
Dtwtoral Examination for Harry Ess-

Personnel Interviews:
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Mon., Jan. 7 & Tues., Jan. 8
The Harvard-Radcliff Program in
Business Administrtion, Radcliffe Col-
lege, Cambridge 38, Mass. - Women
with LS&A degrees such as English,
History, Sociology, Languages, Econo-
mics, Anthropology, Political Science,M
etc., for one year graduate curriculum
in business administration specifically
designed for women who have had no
undergraduate work in business.
Tuesday, Jan. 8
Moore Business Forms, Inc., Detroit,
Michigan - Men with any degree
(Acctg.ehelpful) for Sales. Applicants{
must be draft exempt.
Herpolsheimers, Grand Rapids, Mich.
(positions available nationwide)-Men
tive Training for Management posi-
and women with any degree for Execu-
tions in Merchandising, Sales Promo-
tion, Finance, Personnel and Opera-
ting.

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get problems. rig, Education; thesis: "The Nature of
For the Individual CQauvinism Among Jewish Adoles-
cents", Fri., Jan. 4, East Council Room,
The second type of conference Rackham Building, at 9:00 a.m. Chair-
held is open to the individual man, H. C. Koch.

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Cleanliness, Quality, and Service Always
Corner 4th and Liberty
7. A.M.-Midnight . - Closed Sundays

We have purchased
PRIZE BLUE RIBBON BEEF
from the International Livestock
Show of 1956 in Chicago.
We will be serving this beef daily
through next Friday.
CHIC C AGICN i
FAMOUS FOR ROAST BEEF
LUNCH and DINNERS Fine Salads & Sandwiches

Make Your weekend
more enjoyable!
Our chefs are ready to prepare the most delicious food
for your enjoyment.
onu will be served the finest in
Cantonese and Amerizan food
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PIZZAIwill be served daily from
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"THE DUCHESS RQOM"
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SMORGASBORD
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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
THE ART OF ENJOYING SMORGASBORD
Tonight YOU are the artist - for the SORGASBORD is a
grand adventure and is considered a "cdassic" culinary art.
Help yowself first to the many kinds of fish, herrings and
seafood. Then return for the salads, meats and cheese.Finally
select from our tasty hot delicacies.
"SMRGASBORD' can be traced back to the old Viking
feast days, when distances were long; but at the end of all jour
neys one could find romance and gaiety at the "SMORGASBORD -
the lonely man besieged with troubles and sorrow could find
solace at the "'S RGASBOR," a young maiden in jea-ch of
love and happiness could find them at the gay ,SM6RGASBORD "
And so it is with our "SMORGASBORD," which is symbolic
of the Scandinavian zest for good living. From their farms we

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