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THE MICHIGAN4 DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1956

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[urnpike Authority Asks
5upport of Highway Plans
By ROBERT S. BALL, JR. government-40% by the state t
Support of a large-scale turn- 90%-10%.
ke construction program has This. increase in aid, affectin
en asked for by the Michigan only those turnpikes whose con
irnpike Authority. struction was completed after De
cember 31, 1955, is one of the pro
In Its third annual report, the visions of the Fallon Bill, now i
TA urgently recommended that Congress.
5 of the 985 miles of the inter- The financing could be applie
ate system be improved or re- directly to the construction costs
aced within five years. The in- allowing the tolls from the turn
rstate system was proposed by pikes to pay for other badly-neede
e Federal Government in 1940 highway construction in Michiga
connect cities with more than or it could be used to pay off th
0,000 population. bonds which would otherwise b
Also recommended were 3,188 needed to finance the projects.
les of multi-lane highway with- Suggest Two Projects
the next 20 years. There are Two major projects were sug
ly 171 miles of super highways gested by the MTA. The Rock.
the state .at present. wood-Saginaw Turnpike would ru
The plan for construction of the from Rockwood, in Northern Mon
0 miles of turnpikes would call roe County, to Saginaw. The ot' iE
r financing by tolls, similar to major project recommended b
at of pikes in New York, New MTA was the Detroit-Chicag
rsey, Pennsylvania, and Ohio, Turnpike, running from the west
ther than financing from state Bern end of the Willow Run Ex
xes. Tunpressway, paralleling Jackson
Te. TMarshall, Battle Creek, Kalama
The TAuthority pointed zoo, and Benton Harbor, and con
it that overall needs for highway necting with the Indiana express
nstruction in the next ten years way.
ll require $5,149,000,000. Proposed extensions of the Rock
If proposed Federal aid onoaowood-Saginaw turnpike would ru
atching basis of 90%-10% plus south to Maumee and the Ohi
ate highway tax income is used, Turnpike and north to MackinE
e State will still be over a bil- and the Mackinac Bridge. Th
n dollars short of meeting its northern section would not be e
eds over the next ten years, pected to pay for itself immed.
cessitating the "pay-as-you- ately, but could be supported b
de" financing. . the Rockwood-Saginaw section.
Could Begin Construction MTA planners feel the Mackina
If the resolution now before the extension would be justified b;
ate Legislature is passed, putting the new bridge across the Strait
e question of building the turn-
kes up to the voters in Novem- DAILY
er, and if the construction is
>ted upon favorably, construc-
on could begin almost immedi-
ely after the fall elections.

Board of National Missions of the Wed., March 7:
Presbyterian Church, New York, an- San Francisc
nounces a Spanish Scholarship for Francisco, Calif
women who have "secretarial skills and
someability to read and speak Spanish. Instru., Mech.,
Indiana University, Women's Residence B.S. in Civil.
Hall, has Counseling Internships avail- Research Dep
able for 1956-57 academic year. craft Corp., Ea

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ornia-All levels in Elec.,
and Naval and Marine.
artment of United Air-
ast Hartford, Conn.-Al
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American Women Buyers Club, New
York, announces a Scholarship Award
for a woman graduate student at the
NYU School of Retailing.
Westinghouse Electric Corp., Atomic
Power Div., E. Pittsburgh, Penna., offers
outstanding career opportunities to
Engineers, Mathematics, and Physics
graduates who wish to develop their
talents and skills in the unusual prob-
lems of atomic power work, and who
want the opportunity to work with
some of the outstanding people in the
atomic power field. .
The Civil Aeronautics Administration
has need for Airway Operation Special-
ists for duty at various communications
stations located throughout Alaska.
United States Civil Service Commis-
sion, announces an opening for a Phar-
macy Resident for duty in Veterans
Administration Hospitals. Closing date
for applications is May 1, 1996.
Radcliffe College & Harvard Univer-
sity, Cambridge, Mass., announce their
3rd Annual Summer Institute on His-
torical & Archival Management.
The Halle Bros. Co., Cleveland, Ohio,
has openings for Men or Women in the
Retailing field.
United States Civil Service, Detroit,
Mich., has openings for Contract Spe-
cialists for duty at the Detroit Ordnance
District and elsewhere in Mich.
United Airlines, Willow Run, has
openings for Men for Passenger Agents
at Willow Run.
New York State Civil Service, announ-
ces Examinations for Engineers, Radio-
Physicists, Social Workers, Librarians,
Statisticians, Artists, Radio Communi-
cations Clerks, Purchase and Law Clerks.
Closing date for applications March 30.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Adminis-
tration Bldg., Ext. 371.
PERSONNEL INTERVIEWS:
Representatives from the following
will be at the Engrg. School:

levels in Aero.,C
be, U.S. citizen.

National Carbon Co., Div. of Union
Carbide and Carbon Corp., Fremont,
Ohio. All degree levels in Ch.E., Elec.,
Ind., Stru., Mat., Math., Mech., Eng.
Mech., Nuclear, Physics, and Science.
B.S. and M.S. in Civil. Must be U.S.
citizen.
Sperry Gyroscope, Div. of Sperry Rand
Corp., Great Neck, Long Island, N. Y. All
degree levels in .AerQ., Elec., Stru., Mat.,
Math., Mech., Eng. Mech., Met. Physics,
Science. Must be a U.S. citizen.
City of Detroit, Civil Service Commis-
sion, Detroit, Mich. B.S. and M.S. in
Civil, Elec., Ind., and Mech. B.S. in
Ch.E., Mat., Math., Physics, Eng. Mech.,
and Science. M.S. in Constr., Municipal,
and Sanitary.
General Telephone Company of Miehi-
gan, Muskegon, Michigan. All degree
levels in Civil, Elec., Ind., Mech., Eng.
Mech.
Combustion Engineering Inc., Detroit,
Mich. B.S. in Mech. principally. Open-
ings are also available for B.S., M.S., and
PhD in: Met.; Structures (Aero and
AppI. Mech.); Eng. Physics; and Ch.E.
American Can Company, Barrington,
Illinois. All degree levels in Ch.E., Civil,
Elec., Ind., Instru., Mat., Math., Mech.,
Eng. Mech., Met., Nuclear, Physics, Sani-
tary and Science.
Detroit Edison, Detroit, Mich. All de-
gree levels in Ch.E., Civil, Elec., Math.,
Mech., Met., Nuclear, and Physics.
Proctor & Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio-
B.S. and M.S. in Ch.E., Mech., Ind.,
Civil Elec., Eng. Mech., Math or Physics.
Also BS. and MS. in Chem. Offers made
despite military status. Able to discuss
opportunities with the national of the
Phlippines, venezuela, Mexico, Cuba,
Canada, England, France, and Belgium.
Students interested in Overseas oppor-
tunities should sign up to talk to Mr.
Fay or Mr. Noyes.

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According to the MTA, the con-
ruction could be finished in ap-
oximately 30 months.dn -
Proposed federal bills to increase
I to state construction of turn-
kes have been a source of en-t
uragement to turnpike planners.A
ie aid iS expected to be boostedA
DM the previous 60% by the
etitions Availables
or Scholarships
Students interested in an op-
rtunity to attend the Free Uni-
rsity of Berlin next year may
ke out petitions starting today.
One student from the University
selected'annually to participate
the exchange program which
so makis it possible for a Ger-
an student to attend classes at
e University each year.
Petitions are available at the
udent Government Council of-
:es in Quonset Hut A. Petition-
g closes March 17. .

B ULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
Union, Room 3G. Call the Bureau of
Appointments for appointments, 3528
Administration Bldg., Ext. 2614.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
The Graham Association & Training
School for Nurses, Canton, Ill., is look-
ing. for a Nursing Instructor who has
a BA or BS in addition to RN,
For the Sharpest
GREETING
CARDS
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