1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
fields except Boys PE; Music; Social
Wed., Feb. 18:
Marshall, Mich. (Tentative).
St. Clair Shores, Mich. (Lakeshore
Schools) - Elementary; Mentally Re-
Warren, Mich. (Fitzgerald School)-
Elementary; Art Consultant; Library;
Remedial Reading; Secondary Commer-
cial; Ind. Arts; English; Math/Science/
French; Spanish/SS; Spec. Educ; Physi-
cal Education Consultants; Speech Cor-
rection; Counselor; Phys. Handicapped.
Thurs., Feb. 19:
Anaheim, Calif. - Elementary.
Aurora, Ill. - Elementary; HS Eng./
Speech; Ind. Arts-workshop; Home-
Flint, Mich. - Elementary (Kdg.,
Early and later); JHS: Core; Math; Bi-
ology; Art; Vocal Music; Home Econ-
omics; Industrial Arts; Speech; HS
English; Math; Chem. and/or Physics;
Natural Science;, Social Studies; Spe-
cial Fields: Auto Mechanics; Electron-
ics; Offset Printing; Architectural
Drawing; Speech Correction; Blind;
Mentally Hand, (Type A)
Fri., Feb. 20:
Flint, Mich. - Same as above.
Petoskey, Mich. - Elementary; Visit-
ing Teacher; Speech Correction; Phys.
Sat., Feb. 21 and Mon., Feb. 23:
Mt. Eden, Calif. - Elementary; 7/8th
core, Science; Math; Girls PE; General
For any additional information and
apointments, contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Administration
Big,,TO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the Bureau of Appoujt-
ments, 4001 Admin., Ext. 3371. For an
interview appointment, contact the
Mon., Feb. 16:
Bell Telephone Systems, (Michigan
Bell Telephone Company; Western
Electric Co.; American Telephone and
Telegraph Company), Detroit, Mich.
Location of work: Michigan and any-
where in the U.S. Graduates: June,
August, American Telephone & Tele-
graph Co. - Telephone Communica-
tions; Western Electric Co. - Manu-
facture Telephone Parts: Michigan Bell
Telephone Company - Telephone In-
stallation and Service. Citizenship re
quired. Men with any degree in Liberal
Arts or Business Administration for
Management Trainee Candidates in
Line and Staff Positions for all d-
The General Tire & Rubber Company
Akron, Ohio. Location of work: Akron,
Ohio or anywhere in the U.S. Gradu-
ates: June, August. Nature of Business:
Manufacture and distribution of rub-
ber products. Men with any ' degree in
Liberal Arts or Business Administra-
tion for sales training program in Tire
Division. After training candidates are
assigned as assistant or territorial man-
agers covering a section of the coun-
try visiting distributors and company
stores working with company represen-
tatives .Men should be single with no
immediate marriage plans, or married
with no children in the forseeable fu-
ture, have a desire to sell, and be able
Simmons Company, New York City,
N.Y. Location of work: Atlantic Divi-
sion (Maine to Virginia); Middle At-
lantic States (West through Penn. and
W. Va.); Southeastern Division (South-
ern States); Central Division ('t'erri-
tory between Appalachian Mts. and
Rockies); Pacific Division (States West
of the Rockies); and Canada. Gradu-
ates: June, Aug. Men with any degree
in Liberal Arts or Business Adminis-
tration for Sales Training Program.
The program is broken down as fol-
lows: I Divisional Sales Floor, 2 weeks.
II Divisional Sales Office, 12 weeks. III
Factory, 3 weeks. IV Service Station,
10 weeks. V Divisional Sales Floor, S
weeks. VI Retailing Training, 14 weeks.
VII Wholesale Selling, 4 weeks. VIII
Service Station, 2 weeks. The Simmons
salesman sells directly to retailers and
works with the management of stores
in planning their programs.
Tues., Feb. 17:
Bell Telephone Systems - See above.
Johns Hopkins University, Operations
Research Office, Bethesda, Maryland.
Location of Work: Bethesda, Maryland.
Graduates: June. Research programs In
Tactics, Strategy, Weapons, Systems,
Intelligence, Communications and Lo-
gistics. Men with M.S. or Ph.D. in
Physics, or Mathematics for research
Zurich Insurance Company, Chicago,
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Birth Control Problem
By PHILIP POWER
States is that we are on the whole
"A rising birth rate accompanied an un-industrialized country, with
by an insufficient food supply is an insufficiently developed educa-
Pakistan's major medical prob- tion program, while you are quite
lem," Dr. Abdus Samad Choud- the reverse," Dr. Choudhuri said.
huri said yesterday. Dr. Choudhuri, a professor of
Improved medical techniques
have greatly reduced the infant
mortality rate in Pakistan. The,
resulting rise in population, com-
bined with a meager food supply
has already produced considerable
malnutrition, Dr. Choudhuri noted.
To solve this increasingly serious
problem, two years ago the Pakis-
tani government instituted a na-
tional program of birth control
and planned parenthood.
Dr. Choudhuri noted that this
program is broken into two areas, ,
one aimed at relatively educated
women in the towns and the other
at uneducated women in the rural
The former area is primarily
one of education, and attempts to
inform women of the so-called
"rhythm system" avoid unwanted
The latter part of the program ABUS SAMAD CHOUDHURI
involves educating rural women in
the use of contraceptive devices. . .. from Pakistan
No Legalized Abortion Planned obstetrics and gynecology at the
A legalized abortion program, Dow Medical College in Karachi,
such as is used now in Japan and Pakistan, is one of three doctors
Russia, is not contemplated by the from Pakistan touring the United
Pakistani program. States under a grant from the
Dr. Choudhuri noted that it is International Cooperation Admin-
still too early to know how effec- istration, a foreign aid agency of
tive the one billion dollar program the United States government.
is turning out to be, but he was Must Train Doctors
cautiously optimistic. Beyond the birth control pro-
"You can thus see that our gram, Dr. Choudhuri noted, Pakis-
major difference with the United tan's main medical program is the
As. Judie Head,
Allan Stillwagon, '59, was elect-
ed chairman of Joint Judiciary
Council at the grout's meeting
He succeeds Stevan Simich,
'59E, and will lead the Council
during the current semester.
Other new officers are vice-
chairman Cynthia Lister, '60, suc-
ceeding Susan Price, '59, and An-
thony Weiler, '59NR, who succeeds
Emil Sattler, '59, as secretary.
(Use of this column for an-
nouncements is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered or-
ganizations only. Organizations
planning to be active for this
semester must register by February
28. Forms available, 2011 Student
Gamma Delta-Luth. Student Assoc.,
supper and program, Feb. 15, 6 p.m.,
Luth .Student Center, 1511 Washtenaw.
Panel discussion on "Space $ Age: Epi-
logue or Prologue to Better Living?"
Mich. Christian Fellowship, Feb. 15,
4 p.m., Lane Hall. Speaker: Dr. Edwin
Palmer; "Who Is This Christ?"
- * * *
Young Friends, meeting, Feb. 15, 7:30
p.m., Friends Center, 1416 Hill St. De-
baters: Prof. Bo.ulding and Prof. Slos-
son, "Pacificism vs. Military Defense."
* * *
Newman Club, Communion breakfast,
Feb. 15, 10:30 a.m., Newman Club.
Speaker: Rev. Fr. John M. Oesterreich-
er, "The Encouragement of Under-
3tanding Between Christians and Jews."