Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 10, 1965 · Page 12
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 12

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 10, 1965
Page 12
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TWttVf 1RONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JUNE 10, WS. Grants to Help College Students WASHINGTON — Rep. Raymond F. Clevenger (D., llth Dist., Mich.) commented to day he is very pleased that the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of Education, has announced grants totaling $127,679 under the Economic Opportunity Act o f 1964 for institutions of higher learning in the llth Congressional District. Clevenger said these grants will provide for the employment of 'children from low-income families, thus enabling them to continue their education The individual institutions receiving funds under the grant are: Alpena Community Col lege, $13,414; Bay de Noc Community College, $15,795; Michigan Technological University, $33,598; and Northern Michigan University, $64,872. The purpose of the work-study program is to stimulate and promoted part-time employment of students in institutions o f higher education who are from low-income families and are in need of employment to continue their education. The program will benefit those who have been the least able to afford a college education. Students may work for the Institution or for public of nonprofit private organizations performing such jobs as dormitory and plant maintenance, food service, clerical work, library indexing, lab assistance tutors, youth workers, recreation leaders and community service aides. The students' work must be related to their educational objectives or must be in the public interest and would not otherwise be provided, and i t must not displace e m ployed workers or impair existing contracts for services. Employment is furnished under the program only to students who are from low-income families, who are in need of employment in order to continue their studies, who are capable of maintaining good scholastic standing while employed, and who have been accepted for enrollment as full-time students or who are already en rolled as full-time students. Students are not to be employed for more than 15 hours in any week in which classes In which they are enrolled are In session. Estimated average earnings of undergraduates during the~ first year of the program will be $500; for a graduate student, $1,000. The federal share of student compensation will be up to 90 per cent during the first two years of the program and 75 per cent thereafter. Computer-Aided Marriage A-OK EAST LANSING <AP) —A computer-arranged marriage of kwo Michigan State University leniors is reported going A-OK three months after the hitch-up. Paul Nelson of Buffalo, N.Y., ind the former Sandra Titus of Canslng concede the machine missed a point or two when it paired them for a campus dance test fall. But they accord it an average of .987 since their marriage last March 20. "What we found out happened was that there were far more similarities than had been catalogued by the computer," said Nelson, 25, a business major. "We both squeeze the toothpaste from the end and roll up the empty part and put the cap on." Mrs. Nelson, 23 and a retailing major, said this came as a relief because she had always wondered how it would be to be married to a man who squeezed the toothpaste in the middle and droppef the cap on the floor. But they've found they are incompatible, so to speak, in the fields of housing and interior decorating. She likes Danish modern furniture in a ranch house. He likes massive, Gothic pieces in the kind of big, old house in which he grew up. This, however, poses no Immediate problem. Right now they are living Jn an MSU married students' unit lavish in Brange-crate contemporary. On their first meeting it teemed temporarily that the computer might have erred in matching them. She wore flats. He likes high heels. She explained she normally prefers high heels and came in flats only because she thought it was i casual dance. Before their marriage, they visited Nelson's home in Buffa- 'o, where people were amazed hat neither uses mayonnaise in Waidorf salad. They'd already found, too, each nad a fondness for well- tone steak 'and spinach. The computer had paired similarities between them in religion, background, travel, hqb- bies and BQjJtlcs, noting that each-was ti'ftauite vocal" conservative, *$Vv7 • FRESH LOIN END PORK ROAST COUNTRY STYLE SPARE RIBS C Pink and Tender! 49 SWIFT'S PREMIUM SLICED BACON 1C Ib 69: CENTER CUT RIB PORK STORES CHOPS Lean and Juicy! WAGNER ORANGE DRINK qts. 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