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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 18, 1969

>0.000 GRANT:
Junior Year Abroad receives
funds for Freiburg housing

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By LAURIE HARRIS eight-story apartment building in
The literary college announced Freiburg.
yesterday that the Junior Y e a r Because approximately e i g h t
Abroad program in Freiburg, Ger- per cent of European students are
many, has received a $50,000 con- housed in dormitories, a strain is
tribution from the Max K ad e placed on the student-apartment
Foundation in New York City, situation. This causes increasing
In an attempt to create a better difficulty in housing the 50 stu-
housing situation for students dents from the University in Frei-
abroad, the funds will go towards burg in the program each year.
the construction of a 112-student, Ideally, two American students
M kfiik en forecasts
prosperity, Inflation
LANSING (A) - Gov. William Milliken, in his first
economic report to the Legislature, today predicted that
1969 "will be a year of strong sustained economic advance"j
and inflation-not jobs-will be the major headache.
"Michigan as a whole has never been more prosperous,"
he stated. But the biggest problem, he added, is inflation.
"Price increases were greater than we wanted or should
long tolerate. This inflation is the central domestic economic
problem."

will live with two German
dents in each apartment
Erich Markel, president o
foundation, explained tha
would give the Americans
exposure to German cultur
language."
It is the feeling of the i
sors at Freiburg, Markel sai
more can be gained than
learning the German langu
housing both American an
man students together.
One floor of the apa
building will contain s
rooms, an office for the d
of the program, and a I
Each of the other seven floo
have four apartments.
Hayden Carruth, LSA as
' dean, said that the Uni
"hopes, to send more stude
Freiburgsnow"dbut it is not
ite whether this will be p
Markel added that pr
there are 50 students froi
University, M i c h i g a n
Wayne State and Wisconsi
Additional students cot
housed throughout Freib
the various apartments th
presently being used whE
dormitory is built.
Carruth spoke of the "p
tive educational impact" tl
Students Abroad Program
gain. The donation will b
give the program a "stabili
I a strength that will yield i
ant educational dividends
said.
The Max Kade Foundatio
the University's program
donation because they be
is the best program bein
ducted abroad.
Markel said the return
foundation hopes to ga'
through thehenjoyment of
performance."
The foundation, said Ma
an effort to "promote in
tural exchange between t
continents with eventual
also supports widespread te
scientists from both con
who work together for a
ments in medicine, micro
and atomic energy.

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director and executive. Education ad-
DAII Y FF ICI L ministrator, masters and 2 years min.
Educational Psychologist positions MA
and 1-3 years exper.
BULLETI N Sandia Corporation. Albuquerque
N.M.: Technical librarian fro procur-
ing books, documents, and other ma-
(Coninue fro Pag i)terials for a library in support of re-
Cont~iued ion Page s isearch laboratory activities, in charge
P lacemn tof procuring $340,000 worth of mater-
ials annually.
GENERAL DIVISION Michigan Department of State High-
3200 S.A.B. ways, Lansing, Mich.: Governmental
----- Auditor Trainee, vacancies now and
ANNOUNCEMENT: anticipated soon. BA, min. 15 hours
Attention, Juniors and Seniors in U- acctg. coursework.
wral Arts, Math, Communications Sci., Michigan Department of Corrections,
us. Admiin., and Engineering: Learn Ionia, Mich.: Assistant Athletic Direc-
hile you earn, Trainee positions in tor, Mich. teacher's certification and
nany areas of computer work, come to exper n Phys-Ed. and Recreation.
nformation meeting on Feb. 25. at City of Detroit Civil Service: Pro-
:00 p.m. in Room 25, Angell.Hall. fessional and administrative postons,
Chelsea Heat "Treating Co., inc.t Engneerng, Scentific, Medica,' Dental,
dichigan: Furnace operators, several Hospital Service, Nursing, Community
ull time positions for production ex- and Social Service, Curators and allied
erience for engineering students, areas, Public Service and Transporta-
State of Vermont: Architectural tion, Recreation areas.
raftsman, no degree necess, some Area University, Contact Placement
xper Services for application procedures:
State of Michigan: Computer p r o - Head Advisor positions for Dormitories
rammer and supervision positions. hall program, position avail, in Sept.
linical Psychology PhD positions as I for college women. Respon. for total

and Feb.A Mini. masters in student per-
siinel, coun seling. with some teach111g
exper. preferably. Single or married
men or women. May do part-time grad-
"ate tud' at area schools.
SUMMERPAEMt11E1NT SERLVIE,
212 S.A.I., Lower Level
interviews in Summer Placement:

Camp Sequoia, New oYrk, Coed: 10
aqm. - 5 p.m. Waterfroit, Tennis,
Fencinig. Qen. Athletics. Mu1sic, di-ama,.
dance. crafts and photography.
11" SR :1.1 'l, 1969
C'amp Seqioia), selsigfor visit on
Feb).20.
Browns Lake Resort, WIsconsin : 10
a-m. - 5 p.m. Waiters, waitresses,

FEBRUARY 18, 1969 maids. swimming instructor, switch-E
Camp Negabamon, Wisconsin, boys board operator, busboys, and other
1:30 - 5 p.m. Counselors in sailing, ten- jobs.
nis, archery, crafts, swimming, c a m p------
craft, canoeing, bicycling, tripping. Re- ANNOUNCEMENTS of summer
gistered nurse and riflery instr. opportunities:
_______.Johnson and Johnson, Detroit, Mich..
FEBRUARY 19, 1969 offers Summer Merchandising Trainee
Irish Hills Girl Scout Council, Jack- Program for students who have com-t
son, Mich. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Gen. Couns. -pleted Jr. year and are interested in
unit leaders, waterfront, cook, handy.-, sales and marketing. Contact S.P.S. for
man, kitchen assistants. details and applications.
_ State of Indiana Department of Na-
FEBRUARY 20, 1969 tural Resources, Openings for Biol.
Detroit Edison, Detroit, Mich.: 10 a.m. Aides in fisheries and wildlife projects.j
- 5 p.m. Juniors and Seniors and Submit applic. by March 1.
graduates in Electrical, Mechanical, American Railway Engineering As-
and Chemical Engineering, B'us. Ad., sociation, Chicago, Ill. and Central and
Acctg., Admin. Syst., Operations Res., Eastern states. Offers range of summer
Soc., Communications, Industrial train- positions from laborer, maintenance,
ing Communication. Applications at drafting, engineering. Details and ap-
S.P.S. plic. at S.P.S.

ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
128 H, West Engrg, Bldg.
Make interview appointment at
Room 128 H, west Engrg. Bldg. unless
otherwise specified,
FEB1RU'ARY 25, 1969
California State Government
Continental Aviation & Engrg. Corp.
City of Detroit - Civil Service Comm.
The Detroit Edison Co.
General Dynamics Corp.
Electric Boat Div.
Quincy Div.
The Hallicrafters Co. - Subsidiary
of Northrup Corp.
Illinois Tool Works Inc.
I.T.E. Imperial Corp.
New Jersey State Dept, of Trans- .-
portation
Northrop Corp. - Ventura Div.
Rapistan Inc.
Squibb Beech-nut Inc.
Union Carbide Corp. - Linde Div.
Varian Associates
U.S. Gov't ,
National Institutes of Health
Naval Air Systems Command
Naval Ordnance Systems Command
Na :al Facilities Engrg. Command
NASA-Lewis Research Center
Naval Ship Missile Systems Engtg
Station

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McCracken,
asks cut in
inflationt
WASHINGTON (/P) - Presiden
Nixon's top ,economist called yes.
terday for a policy of "steadil]
and gradually" reversing~ the in
flationary trend. He hinted, too
that the 10 per cent surtax shoul<
be extended beyond its June 31
expiration date.
Paul :W. McOracken, on leav+
from-the University, chairmano
the president's Council of Ecor
omi Advisers told the Senat
House Economic Committee tha
the budget must at least be kep
in balance if economic stabilil,
is to be attained.
"Whether this will require ex
tension of the tax surcharge d
pends on the outcome of the cur
rent review of expenditure pro
grams," McCracken said.
The testimony of McCrack
snd his council colleagues, He:
Bert Stein and Hendrik S. Hout
hakker, was the first formal state
ment of policy by the Nixon-ap
pointed council. It was givena
the opening of hearings by th
joint congressional committee oh
Johnson's economic messaget
Congress in January.

-v In 1968, he said, personal in-
come in the state totaled $32.1
billion and employment rose by
82,600.
"The Michigan economy in
1968 recorded the seventh con-
secutive year of expansion," he
said. "Personal income gained by
10 per cent and nearly 80,000 newI
jobs were created.
1 "These jobs were better paying
at than ever " and more regular and
more secure," he said.
-y "We enter 1969 with optimism."
y"Our personal income for 1969
- should record a seven per cent in-
, crease. It is expected that 70,000
d new jobs will be created. In short,
0 1969 will be a year of strong
sustained economic advance," he
explained.
te "The steady advance of jobs
of and income is our most powerful
1- weapon in our battle against pov-
- erty and discrimination," Milliken
at added. "We must guard against
Pt any interruption of our prosper-
y ity."
However, the governor pointed
out, an average of 150,000 persons
- were unable to find work during
r- 1968.
- '"This resulted in an unemploy-
nent rate_ of 4.3 per cent, some-
what above the U.S. average," he
n said.
r- During 1969, Milliken said:
t- -- The state, labor force is ex-
e- pected to average 80,000 above the
P- 1968 level.
at - Total employment should
he rise nearly 70,000 with l a r g e ad-
nn vances recorded in construction,
to retail trade, services and 1 o c a 1
government.

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