Leaf through old copies of the Pike Interchange—the
Turnpike Authority’s employee newspaper—and you can easily
see how Turnpike divisions and fellowship extended beyond the job. Here,
look for a clue of inter-company play: some players’ shirts say
“Cities Service” (the provider of gasoline and repair services).
from the Pike Interchange, September 1960
Collections of The New Jersey Historical Society, gift of Marie Koch