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I, THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

IGrad
,WaesDAILY OFFICIAL BULLETINF
Wakes

Law School Admission Test: Candi-
dates taking the Law School Admission
Test on Nov. 8 are requested to report
to Rm. 130 Bus. Admin. Bldg. at 8:30
Sat. morning.
Automatic Programming and Numeri-
cal Analysis Seminar meeting at 4:00
p.m., Fri., Nov. 7, 3209 Angell Hall.j
"Using Two Univac Scientific Digital
Computors in Tandem for a Real Time
Data Processing System." Robert G.
Tantzen, Air Force Missile Developmentj
Center, Holloman A.F.B., N. Mexico.
"The National Teacher Examinations:
Application blanks for the Feb. 7, 1959
administration of the National Teacher
Examinations are now available at 122
Rackham Bldg." Application blanks
must be received in Princeton, N.J. by
Jan. 9, 1959."
Instrumentation Engineering Seminar
on Mon., Nov. 10, 4 p.m., Rm. 1508 E.
Eng. Bldg. Kiyohiro Tajima of the
Dept. of Mech. Eng., Waseda Univer-
sity, Tokyo, will speak on "An In-
vestigation of Optimal Switching Func-
tions for Generalized Discontinuous
Control Systems."
Placement Notices
Overseas: There is an immediate need
for three persons for the following
positions:
Two year assignment - Teacher
Trainer and Advisor, East Bengal Poly-
technic, Dacca, East Pakistan-to work
with the Director of Technical Educa-
tion in developing an overall program
of teacher training.
Two year assignment - Metalwork-
ing Specialist, Karachi, to teach basic
skills and organize instructional ma-
terial in general metalworking, includ-
ing bench and sheet metal, machine
shop and a limited amount of foundry
and welding.
One year assignment - Industrial
Arts Specialist, Karachi - capable of
teaching woodworking, drawing and
craftwork in a teacher training pro-
gram.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
Call or Come to the Bureau of Ap-
pointments for additional information.
Normandy 3-1511, Ext. 3371, 3528 Admin.
Bldg.
West Michigan Steel Foundry Co.,
Muskegon, Mich. Assistant to the Per-
sonnel Director. Prefer young man with
little experience. Bus. Admin. degree
with Personnel Admin. background.
This is not a 'glamour job,' but will
give gooj experience in this area. Ex-
perience in any type of work, including
shop experience, would be helpful.
Armour Research Foundation of Illi-
nois Institute of Technology, Chicago,
Ill. Would like to consider fall or winter
quarter graduates, at all levels, who are
interested in a Research and Develop-
ment career. Can use personnel with
background in most areas of science
or engineering, but at the present time
their most critical need is for person-
nel with a background or interest in
electronics, power (component develop-
ment), welding, explosives or structural
research.
Grand Rapids Urban League. Open,
Nov. 1, 1958. Director of Community
Services. Prefer MS in Social work or
in social service. BA degree applicants
will be given consideration. Requires at
least 2 years' experience in any one

of the following: community organiza-i
tion, group work, neighborhood work,
or a satisfactory combination of the
above. No experience is required where
applicant has a graduate degree from
a recognized school of social work. Male
or Female. Age limit of 25-45.
Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago,
Ill. Laboratory Assistant iMale pre-
ferred). Duties: To assist in the psy-
chological studies in animals (rats,
mice, dogs, etc.). Qualifications: B.S.
in biology, chemistry or psychology.
Will also consider applicants with mi-
nors in above. Our primary interest
is a person wanting to do psychological
studies on animals.
Bucyrus-Erie Company, S. Milwaukee,
Wisc. Project and Research Engineers.
Project Engineers. College graduate,
30-45 years old preferably with Civil or
mechanical engineering degree, and a
minimum of 10 years of product design.
Experience should include heavy ma-
chinery background with large castingI
and structural units. Research Engi-
neers. College graduate, 35-50 years
old, preferably with advanced degree in
civil or mechanical engineering and a
minimum of 10 years design and/or
research and test work. Background
should include fundamental knowledge
of heavy machinery design; experimen-
tal stress analysis techniques; comput-
ee programming; field test development
and execution; research programming
and evaluation,
Holley Carburetor Co., Van Dyke,
Mich. Project Engineer. Will be in com-
plete charge of the project on reactor
power plants. Will have a staff of en-
gineers working for him and must be
able to carry on this work with little
or no supervision. Should have at least
5 years experience in electronics or
electrical engineering and be familiar
with transistorized logical circuitry. Ex-
perience in the analysis of large scale
control systems would be helpful. En-
gineer (Jr.) Two years experience in
E.E. -power plant preferred. Should
have some experience in the analysis
of large scale control systems. An ex-
tensive knowledge of advanced mathe-
matics is required and experience in
programming for digital and/or analog
computers would be helpful.
Metropolitan Planning Dept., Marion
County, Ind. Planner IV. Want gradu-
ate architect with training in City
Planning, who has had experience in
redevelopment and rehabilitation. Pri-
mary function would be to work in
the Long Range Planning Department
doing planning for the Redevelopment
Commission. We would act as liaison
between Marion County Metropolitan
Planning Dept. and the City of Indi-
anapolis Redevelopment Commission.
Applicant must possess initiative and
ability to work with a minimum of
supervision. Age is open.
Company in Grand Rapids, Mich.
for the
SHARPEST
GREETING CARDS
in town

Magazine Editor. Will also have some
other assignments in communications
and community relations. Man with
bachelor's degree. Journalism major,
or man with experience on school pub-
lications if some other major. Prefer
some experience in this field. Will con-
sider a man up to 28-30 or even 35.
Experience should include copywriting
and rough lay-out.
Dept. of the Navy, Washington, D.C.,
Bureau of Yards and Docks. Planning
positions. 1) Community Planner,
Charleston. S. C. Must have 4 years
of planning experience. 2) Community
Planner, New Orleans, La. Must have
4 years of planning experience. 3) Com-
munity Planner, Seattle, Wash. Must
have 3 years of planning experience.
4) Community Planner, San Francisco,
Calif. Must have 1 year of planning
experience. 51 Planning Trainee, Wash-
ington, D.C. Degree in Urban Planning,
Landscape Architecture, Architecture
or Civil Engineering. All positions re-
quire a degree in Urban Planning,
Landscape Architecture, Architecture,
or Civil Engineering.
Narmca Industries, Inc. San Diego,
Calif. Opening in Research and De-
velopment Division for a recently grad-
uated Ph.D. Chemist in their Organic
Chemistry Department. No experience
is required for this position, which
would consist of work in structural
adhesives and laminating resins,
Sutherland Paper Co., Kalamazoo,
Mich. Senior Scientist, Fundamental
Research. Seeking man with broad ex-
perience in research methods, tech-
niques and equipment to supervise the
laboratory activities of a new funda-
mental research section. Ph.D. desired,
but B.S. degree with a record of out-
standing industrial performance will
be considered.

'' Students
Should Pay
Money Here
Contributions to the World Uni-
versity Service should be made,
here rather than mailed to the'
national WUS office, according to
local chairman Judith Judy, '61.
WUS held a bucket drive on
campus in October and collected
less than $200.
Miss Judy explained that ad-
ditional contributions are cer-
tainly welcome, but that she had
received a letter from the national
office saying Ann Arbor contribu-
tions should be collected here.
Miss Judy told Student Gov-
ernment Council that plans are
underway to collect more money
for WUS on campus. These would
include passing cannisters at foot-
ball games and an auction,
World University Service is a
nonprofit organization which is
responsible for student exchange
programs with other countries
and for scholarships to needy for-
eign students already in this
country.
In the past it has undertaken
such projects as the restoration
of libraries destroyed by earth-
quakes in Tokyo, the erection of
TB sanitariums, building and
equipping student health centers.

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