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Holland Evening Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1963, Holland, Michigan PAGE TWENTY-TWO THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL THURSDAY, DECEMBER John Mackie Lists Many Achievements During 1963 By John C. Mackie j and an increase of the nightime j Slate Highway Commissioner j speed limit to 70 miles per hour, j Written 'for UPI the same as the daytime speed LANSING (UPI) Comple-1 limit- lion of Michigan's third cross- i -Start of preliminary design state superhighway and selec-j on the State Highway Depart, tion of Interstate 75 in northern i merit's new headquarters build- Michigan as the nation's most j in Lansing, scenic new highway were -Wart of construe ion on a million bridge that will car- ry Interstate 75 over the Rouge River in" Detroit. It is the longest and most costly bridge ever built by the highway de- partment. among the top achievements of the Michigan State Highway De- partment during 1963. The final section of the 385- mile Ohio-to-Soo freeway was opened to traffic Nov. l, about Establishment of a freeway a week after a national maga-, zine picked Interstate 75 as the service patrol to help motorists year's best example highway." of a in distress on freeways. The i freeway patrol is scheduled to As 1963 ended, Michigan I operate on a trial basis for six motorists-for the first time- months to determine how much uninterrupted have from the service is needed and what it will cost. of the State High- way Department's tourist in- formation centers that served more than persons dur- ing the summer months. of plans to number freeway interchanges, starting on Interstate 94 in 1954. Manslaughter Trial Slated freeways the Ohio border to the Soo. and from Detroit to Muske- gon and Detroit to New Buffalo on the Indiana border. Michigan's freeway mileage which passed the mile mark in 1962, was increased to more than 1.150 miles by the end of 1963. Major freeways opened to traffic this year included 35 miles of Interstate 196 between Benton Harbor and Holland, 17.5 miles of Interstate 75 between Pontiac and Madison Heights, 33 miles of Interstate 94 between Mt. Clemens and Roseville and KALAMAZOO (UPI) Gor- the final 22 miles of the Ohio- m is scheduled to go Soo freewav between bt. Ignace -s. and Sault Ste Marie on tnal tor manslaughter next The Michigan" State Highway! month in the beating-death of Department awarded contracts his six year-old stepdaughter, totaling S130 million during 1963 Linda Smith, and elpects to let about the Antcliff s wife, Shirley 2o same dollar volume next year, pleaded guilty to a reduced The highway department charge of child neglect Tuesday started 1963 with a backlog of i and was given a sentence of 90 approximately S135 million in days in jail. She was released work that was under contract j however when given credit for but not completed. We'll enter j back time_ released. 1964 with a backlog of approxi- mately million of work under contract but not completed. We are catching up on our backlog and have reduced the amount of work under contract but to be completed to the lowest level in recent years. During 1963, Michigan main- tained its national lead in the construction of interstate high- ways. Michigan has nearly 70 per cent of its interstate system She and her husband were originally charged with man- slaughter in the death last July 20 of the girl who is Mrs. Anl- cliff's daughter by a previous marriage. They said they had spanked the child with paddles and a belt on July 17 for wetting the bed. Antcliff, 36, is expected to be tried in the Van Buren County Circuit Court. open to traffic and built to full j Mrs. Antcliff left for Florida than any other state in the country. Only one other state has passed the 50 per cent mark and the average for all states is about 30 per cent. Michigan motorists logged an estimated 36.4 billion miles dur- ing 1963, an increase of 5.6 per cent over 1962. Michigan's more than 1.000 miles of freeway, we feel, play- Wednesday where her parents have custody of her other two children, Timothy, 8, and Pat- rick, 2. Newberry Serviceman Receives Air Medal NEWBERRY (UPI) Army Capt. Gerald M. Okarsi, whose wife, Edna, lives here, received ed a major role in Michigan's 1 the Air Medal in Vietnam while banner summer tourist season assigned to the U.S. Army Sup- this year. Other highway highlights of 1963 included: by the state legis- lature of a 45 mile an hour minimum speed on freeways port Group. Capt. Okarski was honored for meritorious achievement while engaged in aerial combat sup- port of ground forces of the Re- public of Vietnam. L-ST WILL ASP TESTAMBJt JOHX I, curried, znd residing the City Boston. Cocaonwealth x Kassschusetts, being of souac arc. ais- posing ai.no and roeaory. snc aindful the uncertainty of lift, co hereby publish oeclsie tc Kf Rili and Testaatnt. I hereby sny other IVilit, 4M Codicils by I direct that ail of c.y juit debts sr.d funeral expenses be a soon zi ter "7 cecesst as nay be convenient. I eive sr.o unto ffiy wife, JACQUELINE 3. if she survives ce. zhe SUIT, of Tweaty-Five Thousand Dolltrt. together with all of my personal ef- fects, furniture, furnishings, silverware, dishes, china. and linens, which I -cay own at the ti.'.e cf rr.y c> During my life, I have aace substantial cor.trirutions to divert charities, causes and o: all faiths. both individually and through The Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Found- ation. was established in honor of my late beloved brother. I certain that- the contributions which I snc other of jr.y fs-ily h'iv.- to the Foundation be applied after my death without bias or discrittinitio.- tc fulfillment of the .-ouncation's elee-.osynary -One- T? rut HyyoMJu m Jmm or TNI PMaxn Cooler m an rot COtTTT OF KENNEDY WILL The first arid part of the last pages ot the late President 17-page will show he left his Mtate to his widow and two children. Executors are Jac- B. Kennedy, Attorney General Robert Kennedy, and Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Red Label KARO SYRUP ft. Qt. 26' 51 JELLO GELATINS 9 Flavors 28 Gayla MIXED NUTS 14-oz. Can FRANK'S NUTMEG 1 oz. Can 39 Golden Emblem POTATO CHIPS With Coupon Hunt's CATSUP Lipton Instant TEA 14-oz. Bottles 3-or: Jar Lipton ONION SOUP Pkg. 30 PUT YOUR CHILD'S FUTURE ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST Vol. 16 of fhe Golden Book Encyclopedia of NATURAL SCIENCE in all Meijer Markets and Thrifty Acres. TTC Vol. 2 thru 15 also available at 99c each. 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