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FRIDAY. JANUARY 26, 1968

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ORGANIZATION
NOTICES North Korea H

Depends on the giant. Actually, some giants are just regular
kinds of guys. Except bigger.
And that can be an advantage.
How? Well, take Ford Motor Company. We're a giant
in an exciting and vital business. We tackle big problems.
Needing big solutions. Better ideas. And that's where you
come in. Because it all adds up to a real opportunity for young
engineering graduates like yourself at Ford Motor Company.
Come to work for us and you'll be a member of a select
College Graduate Program. As a member of this program,
you won't be just another "trainee" playing around with
"make work" assignments.
You'll handle important projects that you'll frequently
follow from concept to production. Projects vital to Ford.
And you'll bear a heavy degree of responsibility for their
success.
You may handle as many as 3 different assignments in
your first two years. Tackle diverse problems. Like figuring
how high a lobe on a cam should be in order to yield a certain
compression ratio. How to stop cab vibration in semi-trailer
trucks. How to control exhaust emmission.
Soon you'll start thinking like a giant. You'll grow bigger
because you've got more going for you.

A network of computers to put confusing facts and
figures into perspective.
Complete testing facilities to prove out better ideas.
And at Ford Motor Company, your better ideas won't
get axed because of a lack of funds. (A giant doesn't carry a
midget's wallet, you know.)
Special programs. Diverse meaningful assignments. Full
responsibility. The opportunity to follow through. The best
facilities. The funds to do a job right. No wonder 87% of the
engineers who start with Ford are here 10 years later.
If you're an engineer with better ideas, and you'd like
to do your engineering with the top men in the field, see the
man from Ford when he visits your campus. Or send your
resume to Ford Motor Company, College Recruiting De-
partment.
You and Ford can grow bigger together.

grasses South

USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- Associated Press News Analysis have brought every resource into
rNeOUNCe NTsds available to officially The aborted plot to assassinate play - including electronic gear
fizations only Forms are available in President Chung Hee Park and such as that believed to have been
room 1011 SAB. the seizure of the U.S. intelligence aboard the Pueblo - to detect1
* * * ship Pueblo appear to be part of Communist moves southward.
Committee for Improved Education a blueprint to subvert South Ko- Speculation among Japanesef
presents - John Holt, educator and rea, mapped out 15 months ago. officals here is that capture of the{
author of "How Children Fail" and Pel a aebe ieso
"How Children Learn," in a benefit On Oct. 7. 1966, North Korean Pueblo may have been a diversion
talk for the Children's Community, Premier Kim Il Sung announced to draw attention away from the
7:30 p.m., Wed., Jan. 31, SchorlingrAud. a detailed plan for infiltrating failure of the Sunday attack on
University High School (corner of;th SohKrenpsdnia
Monroe and East U). the South, establishment of a the South Korean presidential
* * * "Marxist Leninist" party there, miansion.
a91.vi th,. m o, a Another possibility could be

umuess ~uo meeting, Jan. 26. 321
Union, 7:30 p.m.
* * *
La Sociedad Hispanica, una tertulia,
Mon., Jan. 29, 3-5 p.m. 3050 Frieze:
cafe, conversacion, musica. vengan
Todos.
Baha'i Student Group, Informal dis-
cussion, "Religion and Science - in
Harmony or not?" Fri., Jan. 26, 8:00
p.m. 520 N. Ashley. All welcome. Call1
662-3548 if you need transportation.

tocie recruitment oz peasants
and workers.
Since then, infiltration of Com-
munist agents across the demili-
tarized zone or by sea has stepped
up. Japanese sources say there
were 500 incidents involving this
underground in 1967, 10 times that

that North Korea wished to im-
mobilize the Pueblo-and its in-
telligence gathering capabilities-
while it stepped up the movement
of agents into the South.
Not Due to Mao
!It is not likely that the in-

standing leader." Pyongyang has
said little about Mao since it
adopted a neutrally independent
pose in the Communist bloc in
Aumust 1966.
There has been nothing else to
indicate that the North is getting
ready to abandon its independent
stand: there has been some evi-
dence that Kim I Sung has had
to deal with pro-Chinese factions
in recent months. Reports of un-
rest and purges, published by Red
Guards in Peking, have been de-
nied. But they persist. The Chi-
nese wing may be gaining in
strength and influence.
News Broadcasts
Any swing of the North Ko-
reans toward the Chinese might
be expected to be detected in
New China News Agency broad-
casts. So far, none has appeared.
The events of the past week have
yet to be reported by Peking.
Kim's Oct.' 7, 1966, statement
admitted that President Park
"provided grave obstacles" to the
establishment of communism in
the South and called for his over-
throw.

THE AMERICAN ROAD, DEARBORN, MICHIGAN
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER&

What's it like
tDe g9191efor a giant?.

of the previous year. creased North Korean belligerency
South Korea and the U.S. forces is partly due to greater accept-
in the United Nations Command ance within the army of Com-
- --- - munist Chinese Chairman Mao
Tse tung's ideas on people's war,
revolution and violence.
Western intelligence sources re-
ported Saturday that North Ko-
rean loud speaker propaganda
broadcasts along the demilitarized!
zone described Mao as "an out-

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