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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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USSR To Start Highway Construction

By THOMAS P. WHITNEY
Associated Press Foreign News Analyst
The vast Soviet Union is at long
last becoming-slightly-highway
y conscious.
By American standards the Rus-
sian road system lags a half-cen-
tury behind the times. But the
Kremlin has announced plans to
construct by 1960 the beginnings
of a paved road network for Euro-
pean Russia.
The construction, to be sure,
will be on a minute scale compared
with American highway construc-
tion, particularly in light of the
highway building boom under the
federal government's new program
for an interstate system of super-
highways.
Even if Soviet highway builders
complete their assignment by 1960,
Russia will at that time be farther
behind the United States in high-
ways than it is right now.
Large Nation
At present, Russia -- a country
which is more than twice as large
as the United States and occupies
one-sixth of the world's land sur-
face-has a total of about 125,000
miles of hard-surfaced roads.
This is less than the length of
the hard-surfaced rural roads in
New York and Pennsylvania alone.
The reason is plain: Whatever
communism has accomplished, it
has not provided a car for every
comrade.
The total Soviet production of
motor vehicles in 1955 was 445,000.
Only some 108,000 of these were
passenger cars and only a small
portion of these were sold to pri-
vate car buyers. By 1960, Russian
automobile production will amount
to only about 650,000 units.
Auto Production Small
This compares with United
States annual production which
has gone to nine million vehicles
in a prosperous year.
T Russia's present road system and
the Kremeln's road-building plans
are outlined on the accompanying
r map.
The most important project on
the Soviet drawing boards calls
for reconstruction of the road from
Moscow to Gorky on the Volga
River, a distance of a little less
than 300 miles.
RheHeavily Travelled
eSoviets say this road carries
about 25,0001 cars a day, including
both trucks and passenger vehicles.
This probably makes it the most
hevaily travelled road in the coun-
try.
The existing road is macadam
and cobblestone. The new project
will see it reconstructed, widened
and modernized.
Another new project wil link
Belaya Tserkov, south of Kiev in
the Ukraine, with Odessa on the
Black Sea. This will complete a
highway running all the way from
Odessa in the south to Leningrad
in the north.
Prof. Kauper
Re-Elected
Prof. Paul Kauper, of the Law
School, was re-elected chairman
of the Ann Arbor city planning
commission Tuesday.
Prof. Kauper began serving his
three-year commission term on
July 1, 1956. He -served on the
charter commission that develop-
ed the new city charter.
A new vice-chairman, Dean W.
Coston, was named.

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ROMANIA Odessa Rotov
Astrakhano

P ERSON A L
PLANNED PEARESTHOD CLINIC
Advice by physician on birth control.
Medical aid for couples wo want
children but wh2o hav e been unabl:e
to have them. Professional counsel
on marriage problems. Physician. I
nurse, family counselor in charge.
Clinic hours, Tues., 7:30 P.M. to 9:0
. 122 N. Fourth Ave. Phone NO 2-
9282. _____ F9.8
HELP WANTED_
NURSERY SCHOOL teach rs wanted 3
mornings a week starting in fall.
Nursery or Private School training ac-
ceptable. Phone NO 3-6154 or NO 5-
6710. )H127
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
EXPERT FOREIGN and sports car
service. Nye Motor Sales Inc., 514
E. Washington. NO 3-4858. )S28
You expect more from Standard
And You get it.
Best Deal in Town-Atlas Tires,
Batteries, Accessories - Mechanic
on Duty for Complete Automotive
Servicing & Road Service.
"Service is our Business"
C-Ted Standard Service
1220 So. University at Forest
Tel. ,7NO8-918
Open 7:30 A.M. to 10 P.M. Daily)
______ )26
FOR SALE
WILL SELL to student only. 1953 35x8
Mobile Home. Low costs, privacy
make it ideal for student couple.
Exceptionally good condition. NO 3-
8275_for appointment. )B193
Jaguar XK120 Roadster, classic car in
good condition. Call NO 3-5385 after
5 P.M. Mon.- Fri. and Saturdays.
)B195
KIRBY VACUUM cleaner, model 518,
with all attachmellts. Must sell,, will
take any reasonable offer. Call NO 8-
9658. )B196
MEN'S short sleeve sport shirts $1.25.
Skip-dents and seersuckers. Assorted
Colors. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washing-
ton. )B188
ROOM AND BOARD
SINGLE ROOM, quiet, good for study-
ing. Completely furnished and newly
decorated. $10 per week, 502 E. Cath-
erine, NO 2-8228. )E34
Room and/or Board
Summer Rates
Good food
Good location
Linen furnished
1319 Hill, Mr. Wentz, NO 2-6422
)E29
ROOMS FOR GIRLS. 119 Park Terrace.
$6 for doubles, $7 for singles. Kitchen
privileges. Call NO 2-101'i. )E33

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deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.M. Saturday
- Phone NO 2-3241

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

MISCELLANEOUS
LEARN TO SWIM--students who are
non-swimmers, private and semi-pri-
vate lessons by qualiled Water Safety
Instructor. Arrange your own time.
Call Jacquie at NO 2-2521, Rm. 3403.
)M27
HULA CLASSES, call NO 2-2386 after
2:30 P.M. )M26
NEW CARS
1958 VOLVO makes 48 States, Canada,
Mexico non-stop run. See this car at
Michigan European Cars, 303 S. Ash-
ley. NO 5-5300. )2
PETS AND SUPPLIES
Tropical Fish and supplies.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 East Liberty NO 3-0224
CT__
USED CA RS

TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS WANTED to Raleigh, N.C.,
leave July 7th. Return July 15. NO 3-
1511, Ext. 252N. )t358
SUMMER STUDENT wishes ride to and
from Detroit. NO 2-1965 or VE 6-
4127 . )G5?
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MUSICAL MDSE.,
HI Fl STUDIO
An amazing inventory of Hi Ft
components available to you at
catalogue price,
KITS
We stock amplifier, AM-FM tuner,
and speaker enclosure kits in sev-
eral brands.
HI F1 SERVICE
Our engineers and technicians are
fully competent and equipped to
service all equipment we sell, and
to advise you on the selection of
components.
1217 & 1317 So. University
NO 2-9595
)X73
MUSIC CENTER
Just West of Hill Auditorium
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500
24 Hour Service or Less on Most
Repair Jobs

FOR RENT
WANTED-Girl to share campus apart-
ment. Rent. $32.50. NO 2-8187, )C412
VERY LARGE, VERY NICE, VERY
CHEAP. Room for man. Linens and
cleaning. 204 N. State. NO 3-6983 af-
ter 4 P.M. )C407
OPPOSIT'Eft. Joseph Hospital, 4 room
apartment,stove and refrigerator
furnishied, Phone NO-8-8044. )C409
PRIVATE BEACH-3 rooms and bath,
Be comfortable this summer in this
extra nice apartment on Whitmore
Lake. Only 12 minutes fromcampus.
Reasonable. By the week or month
until Aug. 1. Call HI 9-9531 after 7
P.M. )C4061
SINGLE or Double Room-Two blocks
from campus on quiet shady street,
cross-ventitantion in each room. Also
available for fall. Phone NO 3-4685.
)C401
ONE BLOCK from campus -- newly
decorated apartments. 514 So. Forest,
NO 2-1443. )C404
BUSINESS SERVICES

1953 PONTIAC
Radio, heater, good tires, very
clean interior. For sale by owner.
CALL NO 2-4736

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'51 ENGLISH Austin, 4 dr., $4'6.l141y
equipped, 27 mpg. Excellent condi-
tion. H17 2-1509. )NIGI
1952 PONTIAC, 4-door, blue with
hydramatic. A-1 condition,
$295.

1953 CHEVROLET, 2-door, green.
Looks and runs good. $445,
1955 CHEVROLET, 2-door, green.
Excellent condition inside and
out. $895.

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AfA/4'RI/HWAYS BUILT
r.n.14.MA/N'/G1WAYS UNDER
ONSTRUC/ON
. . . MAIN/GHWAYS TOBE
BE/ILT FROM /958-/960
C 200 O0
-= iles

1956 CHEVROLET, 4-door, 6 cyl- I

CAMPUS
OPTICIANS
240 Nickels Arcade

inder, standard transmission.
Choice of two, both low-mile-
age and really sharp. $1195,

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NO 2-9116

NO 8-6019

1957 CHEVROLET convertible.
There is a choice of two, one
red and the other blue. Both
have radio, heater, power-
glide, and the V-R engine,
while one has power steering
besides. $2195.

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1125, 000

MILES OF PAVED ROADS:

ijntalSta~ ,3000.

Russia

TOTAL NUMBER OF MOTOR VEH ICLES (1955):
United States

Frames replaced while you wait,
Stock lens replaced same day.
Eyeglass prescriptions filled.
)J173
TYPING-Thesis, term papers. Reason-
able rates. Prompt services. NO 8-7590.
)J167
LINOLEUM, wall tile, shades, venetian
blinds installed properly. Murphy
Brothers, 320 E. Liberty. NO 3-6725.
) J168

JIM WHITE, Inc.
Cor, W. Huron and First Sts.
inside Display Lot
NO 3-3321

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We service radios, Hi-Fi
automatic changers and

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tape recorders.
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As part of the prog
Moscow -Leningrad higI
completed recently. Rus
largest cities previously
been connected by a
which was completely
with ease and comfort.
The longest existing

gram, the
hway was
ssia's two
had not
highway
passable

in the Soviet Union runs from
Moscow to Simferopol in the Cri-
mea. This is a distance of around
900 miles. This road is often used
by vacationers driving south. A
long branch from it leads to the
reesorts in the Caucasus mountain

Under construction, and sched-
uled for completion before 1960,
is a circular highway around Mos-
cow. This road, the nearest thing
to a superhighway in Russia, will
enable cars to circle the city with-
out entering it.

JULY SPECIAL
to introduce more women

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FORECASTS SLOW RECOVERY:
Lewis Says Recession Real Danger

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Congressional and Administra-
tion policy makers "have their
priorities upside down" n side-
stepping tax cuts and other major
anti-recession weapons for fear of
future inflation, Prof. John P.
Lewis of Indiana University re-
marked here yesterday.
The business forecaster said
that Americans should pay less
attention to the long-term threat
of inflation and more to tie im-
mediate problem of economic re-
covery.
He predicted that the economy
will probably "totter along this

summer, showing no clear

signsI

of an upturn until the fourth
quarter. The recovery will be long-
er and slower than the 1954-55
upturn, Prof. Lewis added.
"I'm upset at policy makers who
feel everything's okay once the
economic indicators begin to turn.
The criteria for judging the
economy's health should not be
minor changes in statistical in-
dicators, but the over-all relatiop-
ship between our productive capa-
city and its uses.
"Right now, our capacity is

around $50 billion but output is
only $420 billion. At the very least,
this recession will cost us $60 bil-
lion in goods and services we could
have produced, but didn't. This is
twice the amount lost during the
1954 recession," he said.
The amount lost was about the
equivalent of 10 years foreign aid
or seven or eight years spending
on higher education in this coun-
try, he pointed out.
Prof. Lewis said there were no
signs of a quick and vigorous
comeback on thekeconomic hori-
zon. While inflation remains a
long-term problem for the econo-
my, he continued., conventional
monetary and fiscal policies can
stop this trend only at an "enor-
mous cost" of unemployment and
loss of production.
Placing too great reliance on
conventional anti-inflation wea-
pons during a recession is "treat-
ing our economic problem with
the wrong remedy. . . one that's.
worse than no treatment at all,"
Prof. Lewis said.

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sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
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THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1958
VOL. LXVIII, NO. 8-S
General Notices
All women students will have late
permission until 12:00 midnight on
Thurs., July 3.
Open House: Basement Acoustics Lab,
Frieze Bldg., Tues., July 8, 7:30 p.m.
Lectures
Dr. Stuart Finch will be consulting
psychiatrist at the Fresh Air Camp
staff clinic on Thurs., July 3, 8:00 p.m.
Foreign Language Program: The first
of a series of lectures and discussions,
open to the public, will take place
Thurs., July 3, 4:10 p.m., Rm. 3050,
Frieze Bldg. Professors Ernst Pulgram
and Robert Politzer will discuss the
practical application of linguistics to
the teaching of foreign languages.
Conference for English Teachers:
"Teaching A Poem." Bennett Weaver,
Prof. of English. Harlan Hatcher, chair-
man. Mon., July 7, 4:00 p.m., Aud. D,
Angell Hall.
Academic Notices
Preliminary Examinations in English:
Applicants for the Ph.D. in English
who expect to take the preliminary ex-
aminations this summer are requested
to leave their names with Dr. Ogden,
1634 Haven Hall. The examinations will

be given as follows: English Literature,
1550-1660, Tues., July 15; English and
American Literature, 1660-1790, Satur-
day, July 19; 1790-1870, Tues., July 22;
an d1870-1950, Sat., July 26. The exam-
inations will be given at the School of
Bus. Admin. Bldg. in Rm. 258 from
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 m.
Placement Notices
The following schools have listed
teaching vacancies with the Bureau of
Appointments for the 1958-59 school
year. They will not be here to inter-
view at this time.
Algonac, Mich. - JHS Reading/Arith-1
metic/Social Studies (woman).
Bakersfield, Calif. - Elementary; Ele-
mentary Art; Homemaking; Woodshop;
Music; English; Industrial Arts; Li-
brarian; Mathematics Instrumental
Music; Vocal Music; Girls Physical Edu-
cation; Psychology; Science; 'Speech
Correction; Visually Handicapped; Spe-
cial Education.
Barringtop, Ill. -- Boys' Counselor]
Social Studies; Girls' Physical Educa-
tion; English; Girls' Counselor.
Hillsdale, Mich. - Art (Elementary/
JHS); Speech.
Howe, Ind. (Howe Military School) -
English/Coach Dramatics; Commercial
(Includes Typing, Business Law, &
General Math); 6-8th Social Science
(also to assist in the JHS athletic pro-
gram); 6-8th Science (also assist in the
JHS athletic program.)
Imperial, Calif. - Early Elementary;
Later Elementary (Men whoare inter-
ested in Physical Education); 7/8th
Social Studies/Physical Education/
Coach Jr. Basketball.
Lebanon, Ohio - Elementary; Girls
Physical Education; Guidance Coun-
selor.
Milwaukee,, Wis. (Milwaukee Uni-
versity School) - Administrative As-
sistant (background in French or His-
tory); HS French/German.
Park Forest, Ill. (Rich Township HS)
-English/Journalism; Head Librarian;
Biology; Arts and Crafts; HS Special
Education.

For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Notice: The current summer job let-
ters and communications seem to be
missing from the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, Summer Placement Office. If
someone has taken them by mistake,
will you please return them to Rm.
3528 Admin. Bldg.
Personnel Requests:
Stevens Personnel, Detroit, are look-
ing for a girl to be secretary for a vice-
president. Must be a college graduate
and proficient in typing auid short-
hand. Salary open.
Chrysler Corporation, Detroit, Missile
Division, has an opening for a Techni-
cal Abstractor. The position is in the
Reference Unit of the CCMD Library.
Must be a graduate with a degree in
journalism or English and a science
minor or a degree in science with an
interest or ability in writing. Experi-
ence desired.
Wayne State University, Detroit, have
an opening for a girl to be an assist-
ant counselor in Women's activities.
Must haveeacademic training in coun-
seling, and experience working in or
with university woman': activity
groups. She must be mature, enthusi-
astic, interested, poised, attractive, well
groomed, and preferably between 25-35.
State of Michigan, Civil Service, an-
nounces examinations for Engineering
Draftsman, Highway E n g i n e e r i n g
Draftsman, Highway Planning Engi-
neers, and Building Trades Itinerant
Teacher.

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