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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Strives To Maintain
1 Transpot t System

(continued from Page 4)
y-General's office declared
Ann Arbor could now validly
the desired exemptions. The
In this city at least; had
won,
just why all this fuss about
2i Why should cities take
an active concern in a pri-
ndustry in which demand in
cases doesn't seem nearly
tify existence? Why would
like John Rae be willing to
:pital on such a marginal
e which his much stronger
essors, had been forced to
the first place, Rae points
We believed we could do a
job (than Greyhound). For
le, we knew we could cut
aistrative costs." Rae cur-
handles the bulk of the ad-
w'ative chores himself.
more significantly, he adds,
e per cent of the people in
arbor absolutely need buses.
ere not so much trying to
money as provide a service
ie people, a service which I
auld make even more people
of our downtown city."
[S public service concept
bly explains to a great de-
,e increasing Imunicipal in-
in public transportation.
view certainly has a great
of merit. There have even
some who have gone so far
suggest that city bus serv-
placed In the same cate-
LB police and fire protection,
ind- street mintenance and
city services.
le this may seem extreme,
sideration of the congested
i problem in most cities may
a bit more realistically for
ti7e principle. It has been
sted that one bus can carry
assenger load of 39 cars, con-
mg that' a great number of
automobiles flowing into
own areas contain only one
parking problem that
Sown streets must bear serves
s, theproblem even furth-
the Governor's Commission
ben Mass Transportation in
nsin pointed out in a recent
, "Streets are built primar-
r the movement of people
oods and not for the stor-
vehices ... where a com
*v is faced with a problem
affic congestion, the first
on to ask is 'How can we
iore people and goods'and
[ow can we move and park
vehicles.'"
eased use of public trans-
ion then, would certainly
alleviate the traffic -and
g headache, which nearly
ne will agree is a city re-
the Commission adds, "Why
ple fail. to make use of this
gonomical means of trans-
on? The only apparent
ident Hurt
Automobile
ikes Pole
olas Karagan, '59, was taken
liversity Hospital Sunday
the car he was driving went
control and struck a utility
igan, who lives at 910 8.
St., told city police he was
gEast on Monroe near Tap-
bout 5 ain. when he lost
I and the car hit the .pole.
ersity Hospital officials re-
his injury was not believed
. Questioned last night, they
hey had no record of his
discharged but he is not

now.I

reason is lack of convenience. This
convenience factor appears to
compare unfavorably with the
ponvenience of the private car."
And it goes on to point out, "There
has been a general slow-down of
service and schedules since World
War Ir. This is primarily due to
traffic congestion, i n a d e q u a t e
curb loading zones and inadequate
enforcement of laws to keep ex-
isting loading zones open."'
THUS, on the one hand, the
very problem that is making bus
service more imperative is also
making it less practicable. On the
other hand, the cities are not suf-
ficiently bearing one of their most
ordinary and yet, most vital re-
sponsibilities to their public trans-
portation systems.
Parking should be eliminated
from heavily traveled thorough-
fares; loading zones must be con--
veniently and effectively provid-
ed; perhaps, as in Atlanta,
Georgia, one lane of traffic should
be opened to buses only. Cities
should also cooperate in public
relations programs.
. e S
BUT THIS is not just a local
matter.
As exemplified in World War
II, public transportation is essen-
tial in time of national emergen-
cy. As New York State Senator
George T. Manning has said in
discussing tax relief for bus com-
panies, "If we annihilate the bus
industry, who, or what, will pro-
vide commuter service for defense
employes, and how will we main-
tain at least a minimum of mo-
bility needed for economy at any
time, and vitally essential in an,
emergency?"
This Is a vital problem. It must
be effectively solved. Let's hope
that city governments will realize
their complete responsibility, and
take the steps necessary to exec
cute it. f
IBat-tief 1

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
CiM Engineering Students: Students
planning to take surveying at Camp
Davis, Jackson, Wyo. during the sum-
mer of 1958, will meet in Room 1213 E.
Engine. Bldg. at 7:30 p.m. on March 20.
The second seminar for new teachers'
in~ the College of Engineering and oth-
er teachers interested will be held at
7:30 p.m., March 19, in Room 4051 Ad-
min. Bldg. Topic "visual Aids in Teach-
ing Engineering Subjects." Presenta-
tions will be made by Prof. William
Lewis, Mrs. Sonia Schwartz, Mr. Daniel
Moore, Mr. Fred Anderegg,, and Mr.
Hazen Schumacher.
Doctoral Exaupination for Susumu
Icoizumi, Economics; thesis: "Capa-
city and the Acceleration Principle in
a Multi-Sector Model," Wed., March 19,
6 Econ. Bldg, at 8:00 a.m. Chairman,
D. B. Suits.'
Following are the foreign visitors
who will be on the campus this week
on the dates indicated. Program ar-
rangements are being made by the In-
ternational Center: Mrs. Snoek:
Dr. Jumei Yang, Head, Dept. of Busi-
ness Administration, New Asia College,
Hongkong, March 12 (for 7 weeks);
Dr. Myra Goldner, Lecturer, Univer-
sity of Stellenbosch, Union of South
Africa, March 18-20;
Dr. Juan Vicente Ramirez, Dean,
Faculty of Philosophy, National Uni-
versity of Asuncion, Asuncion, Para-
guay, March 19-22;
Mr. R.-Vanneste, Instructor, Secon-
dary Education, sponsored by Belgian
Ministry of Colonies. Interested in,
methods of language instruction, Bel-
glum, March 18.
Placement Notices
Personnel Inter views :
Representatives from th1e fono ing
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Thurs., March 20
Continental Casualty Company, Chi-
cago, Ill. Location of work - Chicago,
Ill. Men and women with B.A. or M.A.
in Mathematics or Economics, B.B.A.
or M.B.A. for Sales, Accounting, Admin-
istrotlon, Insurance or Statistics, and
oth~er departments.
Speedway Petroleum Corporation, De-
troit, Mich. Location of work -- Detroit
or other offices in the U.S. Men with
B.A. in Liberal Arts or B.B.A. for Sales
Traning Program. Men with B.B.A. for
Business Law and Real Estate Procure-
ment.
Sing-Seeley Corporation, Ann Arbor,
Mich. Location of work - Ann Arbor,
Mich. Men with B.A. in Liberal Arts or
B.B.A. for Accounting, Production Con-

trol, Standards, Ustimating, Plant Lay-
out and perhaps Personnel. On-the-job
training under the direction of evper-
ienced personnel. Opportunity and en-
couragement given for acquiring broad
perspective of company's operation.
Fri., March 21
R. R, Donnelley & Sons Company,
Chicago, Ill. Location of work -- Chi-
cago, Ill and Crawfordsville, Ind. Men
with B.A. or M.A. in Liberal Arts. B.B.A.
or M.B.A. for Accounting and Manu-
facturing. All graduates receive train-
ing of four weeks orientation when
they first enter the Company and then
on-the-job training program. Length
of program depends on the depart-
ment to which the trainee is assigned
and the amount of training the indi-
vidual needs.
Crawford & Company, Detroit, Mich.
Location of work -- Midwestern Divi-
sion. Men with B.A. in Liberal Arts,
B.B.A. or students with 1 or 2 years
of law for Claims Adjuster. Employ-
ment begins with a six weeks training.
school in Atlanta (Home Office) fol-
lowed by assignment to branch office
where on the job training is continued
under the supervision of the brangs
office manager.
U.s. Department of Justice, Immigra-
tion and Naturalization Service, De-
troit, Mich. Location of work - Land
morders and certain coastal areas of
the southwestern part of the U.S. Men
wtih B.A. or M.A. in any field for Bor-
der Patrols. Men must be 20 years \of
age, citizens and possess a drivers li-
cense. Men with L.L.B. for Naturali-
zation Examiner. The first 12 weeks
on duty are usually in attendance at
the Border Patrol Academy, El Pass,
Texas, where courses in Spanish, Law,
Marksmanship and other allied sub-
jects are taught.
For appointments, contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 3371.
Representatives from the following
will be at the College of Engineering:
Thurs., March 20
Baker Perkins, Inc., Saginaw, Mich.-
-B.S. in Ch.E. and M.E. for Develop-
ment, Design, and Sales.
Combustion Engineering Corp., East
Chicago, Ill. - B.S. in M.E. for Devel-
opment, Design and Production.
Cutler-hammer, inc., Milwaukee, Wis.
-B.S. and M.S. in E.E. and M.E. for
Design, Sales and Application Engi-
neering.
Food Machinery & Chem. Corp., John
Bean Div., Lansing, Mich. -- B.S. in,
M.E. for Development and Design. Must
be draft exempt.
Fairchild Engineer & Airplane Corp.,
Guided Missiles Div., Wyandanch, Long
Island - All degree levels in A.E., E.E.
M.E. B.S. in E. Math,' and E. Physics
for Research and Development. Must
be a U.S. citizen.
Otis Elevator Co., Detroit, Mich. -
All degree levels in .E., E.E., and M.E.
for Construction and Sales. Must be a
U.S. citizen. For summer: Grad. stu-
dents for the company's student course.
Shawinigan Resins Corp., Springfield,
Mass. - B.S. and M.S. in Ch.E. for Re-
search and Production. Must be a U.S.
citizen.4
Frankford Arsenal, Philadelphia, Pa.
-All degree levels in Ch.E., E.E., I.E.,
M.E., and Met. M.S. in Instru. B.S. in

Mat'ls, N.' Physics. M.S. and Ph.D. in
Nuclear for Research, Development, and
Design. Must be a U.S. citizen, and pass
rigid security investigation. For sum-
mer: Srs. and Grad students in same
categories as full time positions to as-
sist professional engineer in their ma-
jor field as Jr. Engr. and/or Engineer-
ing aide.
U.S. Govt. -- Maritime Administra-.
tion, Washington, D.C. - B.S. in E.E.
for Research, Development, Design,
Production and Construction. Must be
a U.S. citizen. For summer: Jrs. and
Srs. In E.E.
Universal-Cyclops Steel Corp., Bridge-
ville, Pa. -- B.S. in E.E., IE., M.E. and.
all degree levels in Met. for Research,.
Development and Production. For
summer: Soph., Jrs., and Srs. for Sum-
mer employment positions normally
exist for students studying engrg. for
Research and Development Dept., Mill
Met., and Met. Lab. with preference
given to those who are further along
in their education.
Universa* Electric Corp., Owosso,
Mich. -B.S. in E.E. for Design, Sales,
and Application. Must be a U.S. citi-
zen and men only.
Thurs., and Fri., Mkrch 20 and 21
Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pitts-
burgh, Pa. - B.S. in Ch.E., E.E., I.E.,
M.E., E Mech., Mat'ls, Met, E Math,

Nay a Mar., and I. Physics for Re-
search, Development, Design, all phases
of Manufacturing Production, Sales,
Purchasing and Industrial Relations,
For appointments, contact the En-'
gineering Placement Office, 347 W.
Engrg., Ext. 2182.
Personnel Requests-
Gillette Safety Razor Company, Bos-
ton, Mass. are currently recruiting for
production management, accounting
and engineering. They are especially
interested in Engineering graduates
who have a desire to work in foreign
assignments In Argentina, Australia,
Brazil, Canada, France, England, Ger-
many, Mexico or Switzerland. Occasion-
ally they have need of men with back-
grounds in marketing research and
sales.
City of Detroit, Civil Service Com-
mission has filed their list of current
vacancies with the Bureau of Ap-
pointments. These vacancies occur in
many different areas. Please stop in
the Bureau and look It over if you are
interested in working in Detroit.:
State of Michigan, Civil Service Com-
mission announces an examination for
Medical School Worker I and Medical
social Work consultant III. closing
date is April 2.
Lynn Products Company, St. Louis,

Mo. is seeking two students in the Ann
Arbor area to be salesmen part-time.
They offer two possible plans for sales
work.
for further informatalon, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin
Bldg.
Summer Placement Notices:
Tues., March 18
Sam Skolnick will be interviewing all
afternoon at the Summer Placement.
Meeting in Room D528 S.A.B. for The
Fresh Air Society's 2 camps in Michi-
gan which need graduating Nurses plus
Senior Counselors with minimum re-
quirements of one year of college plus
previous camp experience. Carl Hart-
man will be interviewing for the Jew-
ish community Center Day Camps of
Detroit. Especially men for Senior
Counselors. Minimum age is 18 plus
one year of college. Excellent salaries.
Largest most extensive day camp pro-
gram in Detroit.
Personnel Requests:
Attention New Jersey and New York
Men - Cities Service Oil Co. is hiring

Service Station Attendants for the as
tions on the New Jerse' Turnpike, Ga
den State Parkway, and the New Yor
Throughway. Applicants should be ov
20 years of age.
Brant Lake Camp in the Adiorndaci
New York is interested in a Golf Con
selor for their Boys camp.
For further information, conta
Ward D. Peterson, 3528 Admin. Bld
or come to the Summer Placement Bu
reau, D528 in the S.A.B. on Tues.
Thurs., from 1 to 5 p.m., or Fri. mori
ings from 8:30 to 12 noon.
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