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Governor Says Mass Migration
Is Posing A Serious Problem
,/ASHiNGTON CANP) ,
4:1 • !'!■ *growing
m the Vlicirtle West." The high
: ralf ; combiner! with a
• hi. n of people from
• ito lihm created a very
t- ... r.' rious school need prah
•■* Tn y'■■■■.' fh<-re was a classroom
: of fi ! SO. Michigan needs
; 4d i tii ■ 2.5000 new Class
. 1 year to stay even with
the nonniition growflt,
:r■ • ■ -dv-iai aid is needed to
i .'o in mostructing new facilities
, : . 1 • the large supply of
.->.u h d. unsafe, and unsanitary
buiMinrs 'hat .-nv.ain in use.
Tin :• far 1* ives-p. revealed
v- m ..*•>, r.ov, c. Mcnnen
V i:n 'tn; in a letter to Sen.
r.istick V. MeXamara. The Irt
t !■ ii 1, written in an effort <0
v°!utr testimony before a
li’ujrp FducntloVt subcommittee
holding hearings on federal Aid
Tt had been called to the Rover
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5 not'* attention through a news? dis
patoh that a witness from his state
had informed the committee that
Michigan was denouncing federal
assistance. And a member of the
committee had added that "Michi
gan was the second state to notify
the group it can take care of its
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own school construction.
As chief executive of Michigan.
Williams said "I should like to
enter a protest against the impli
cation that Michigan as a state is
opposed to federal aid to educa
tion Such Is not the case"
Williams listed six points as
proof that Michigan favors fed
eral aid. among them was the
fact that the White House Con
ference on Education of his
state had taken a stand in fa
vor of federal aid. As governor,
he expressed hss support to fed
eral aid to education. The state
superintendent of public ins
truction has taken a stand fa
vorable to this legislation, and
the state legislature has never
taker, a. position to indicate
that it is opposed to it.
The Michigan executive stated
that his state experienced a net
New Liberal Credi
Terms Now in Effecf
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THE CAJROLINf AN
migration gain of 318,000 in the
years between 1850 and 1935 alone.
! 1 A « We_Are Now Paying ■ |
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r i Je3@mk tax on insured savings. j ‘
I Now! SAVE MORE! £««■“ |
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I | J FREE - AZALEA PLANTS - FREE
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' • |. A beautiful plant worth $4 00 will be given FREE to each person
I who deposits SIOO.OO, or more in on insured Savings Account,
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APPLIANCE COMP I
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Many of people had attended
very fine schools, Others never had
*VEEK ENDING SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1957
the opportunity to do so. Because j
of the movement of people, W - I
1 liams saitf hr. was aware of the var
I ious programs among the stares.