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JESAAY, APRIL 6, 1959
25 and female counselors. Mr. Sam Skol-
age; 2-3 yrs. tetching or writing for nick is looking for bus drivers, camp
educational publication; BA with some craft supervisor, and Asst,. Village Sup-
work in Education, ervisors. Good pay.
U.S. Civil Service Commission an. April 7. Miss Colleen McElwain of
nounces exams for: Landscape Archi- the Saginaw Girl Scouts will interview
tect, Photographic Aid, Chemist, En- Women Counselors along with Mrs.
gineer, Mathematician, Metallurgist, Brinkert of the Huron Valley Girl
and Phyicist Scouts.
Wayne County, Mich. Civil Service April 5-8. The Director of Summer
Comm. announces exams for: Dietitian Placement will interview men students
& Public Health Statistician. for waiters jobs at Clark Lake Lodge,
Stat ofWisonsn, Dv, f Ach~Clark Lake, Michigan, between Napol-
State of Wisconsin, Dlv, of Arch., eon and Brooklyn on Route 127. Inter.
Bureau of Engrg., has job opportunity views will be held every afternoon from
for Construction Specification Writer. 1:30 to 5:00. The manager will see you
Degree in Arch. and 4 yrs. experience at the Summer Placement Service on
in related type of work, Saturday afternoon at 2:00 p.m., Room
Caro State Hospital, Caro, Mich, has D528.
excellent opportunity for Man or
Woman to work In diagnosis and re- Requests-
search with some opportunity for treat- Contact the Summer Placement Ser-
ment.-organic brain disease. BA in vice concerning the following requests
Psych., and no experience necessary, for summer help.
vet. or draft exempt preferred. Sid's on St. Clair iver, near Algan-
Protection Products ,Mfg. Co., Kala- ac, wants 2 hostesses, 3 waitresses and
mazoo, Mich., is interested in obtain- 2 bus boys. Good pay and tips.
ing a graduate who has a good general Dinner Bell Inn, Inc., at Rehoboth
background in finishes for wood, De- Beach, Delaware, wants waiters, wait-
sire someon who has experience in resses, bus boys, room clerks, host-
formulation, testing and evaluation esses. A very busy place and you make
and some idea of the general methods money. You must be 21 or over in
and equipment of mfg. the dining room.
Sturtevant Lodge, Palisades Park,
Air Force Missile Dev. Center, Hol- Mich., is looking for First and Second
ned foar aForce Base N. thas urgen cooks, pastry cooks, bell boys and
needfora Bl-Chmistwit PhD orporter.
at least BS plus several yrs. of experi- tel Harris, Harrison, Maine, Is
ence in research and tests on body looking for 6 waitresses. Good pay and
fluids and exudates of a chem. nature, tips. We have applications.
Call the Bureau of Appointments, We have applications from the Mich-
Ext. 3377 for further information about igan Employment Security Commission
the above positions. for jobs in Muskegon, Mich. This is
Veterans Admin., Temple, Texas, has for both men and women.
a vacancy for the position of Physical
Kimberly-Clark Corp., office in vari-S
ous part of the U.S., has openings for:
Managerial Actg. Trainee, Purchasing Em
Trainee (ChE BS.MS), Purchasing Em ployment
Training (BBA), General Trainee, Pro - .1
duction Planning Trainees, Personnel The following part-time jobs are
Trainee, Mfg. Trainee, Technical Train- available to students. Applications for
ees, Industrial Engr. Trainees, Engrg. these jobs can be made in the Non-
Trainees, and Sales Trainees. Call Academic Personnel Office, Room 1020
Bureau for details. Administration Building, during the
State of Connecticut a n n o u n c e s following hours: Monday through Fri-
exams for: Lab, Technician, Nurse- day, 1:30 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Guard, Acctg. Aide, Accountant Audi- Employers desirous of hiring students
tor, and Recreation Leader. Closing for part--time work should contact
date for applications: April 13th. Jim Stempson, Student Interviewer at
Wilson & Co., Chicago, has opening NOrmandy 3-1511, extension 2939.
for Clerk-Stenographer for motor trans- Students desiring miscellaneous odd
portation dept.-shorthand and typing jobs should consult the bulletin board
necessary Also need Chemical Engineer in Room 1020, daily.
for Pharm. Production and Chemist.,k( s w
Elmore's Inc., Mt. Pleasant, Mich., 1 sk Clerk (40 hrs. per week, 12
handling wallpaper, floor covering, midnight- a.m.).
furniture, etc. would like to secure a1 Shipping clerk (3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Color Consultant. 6Mena-Fjobs.)
Saginaw County Dept. of Health,Sag- 6 al ote student, statistical math.
mnaw, Mich, has an immediate vacancy 7 Gradutie)suet ttsia ah
for a college graduate in Bus. Admin. (f 7 Tout gh u rn
with some experience in Journalism 7 Tour guides (weekends only, may
for position as Admin, Asst last through the summer),
Cutler Hammer, Milwaukee, Wis., has 1 Delivery man (must have car, 12-15
an opening for a Marketing Research hre per week).
Analyst and is interested in an alum- 3 Telephone solicitors (Monday-Friday,
nus or June grad. Prefer MA in Mark- 1 P.. to s ( .m.).
eting but BA will be considered. 1 Lab. dishwasher (10 r. per week, 2
Industria Venezolana De Cables Elec- hrs per day).
tricos, CA.; Valencia, Venezuela,EhasI Busboy (5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-
need of young Spanish speaking Elec- Friday).
trical or Mechanical Engrs. who have 8 Psych. subjects.
grow upin Latin America and my 4 Engineering students for drafting
grown up inLtnAeiaadmy work, no experience needed (20-25
wish to use their USA Engrg. training hrs, per week).
in a young enterprise in that country.be AL
Schaar and Co., Chicago, is interested FEMALE
In applicants for their Lab. Sales Div- 3 Typists (20 hrsperweek),
isio. Chmisty o Che. Enrg.1 Dietiian-cook (weekends),
ision. Chemistry or Chem. Engrg. 1 Typist (full-time for two days only).
Kendall School of Design, Grand Rp 2 Cafeteria helper. (2 days per week,
adi ,Mich., is interested in the services 4 hrs. per day),
of a Design Director, Organizing and 1 Cost accountant (2 days per week, 4
creative abilities, plus experience. hrs. per day).
Fort Wayne Art School and Museum, 3 Telephone solicitors (Monday-Friday,
Fort Wayne, Ind~,is seeking a new I Tpist(llt i Pme urn)Myte
director - will do administrative work 2 p t( p eduring May, then
plus teaching. 2 r.prwe)
Logansport State Hospital, Ind., would 2 Reservations clerks (every morning
like to employ someone in their lab, or every afternoon).
who is A.S.CP. registered or eligible.
Prefer a college degree in Chem., Ser-
ology, Bacti, or other appropriate sci.-rz
ence, IIan za io
Allied Chemical Corp., Solvay Pro- On t
cess Div., Syracuse, N.Y., has the fol- Notices
lowing openings: Inorganic Research
Chemists with PhD and 1-5 years ex-
perience; Organic Research Chemist
with same degree and exp. require- Interna'tl Folk Dancers, Instruction &
ments; and Technical Service Engr. Dancing, April 6, 8 p.m., Lane Hall.
with BSChE or BS in Chem, and 3-5 * * *
yrs. experience. Iranian Students Club & I.S.A., Per-
City of E. Detroit, Mich., has opening sia's traditional Spring Festival &.Cele-
for June grad. for position of Jr. bration of New Year, April 8, 9-12, Un-
Accountant, ion, Ballroom.
Nat'l Forge Co., Irvine, Warren Cnty., * * *
Penna., is looking for a Budget Direcf La Sociedad Hispanica, Reunion, April
tor, with a Grad. degree In Bus. Admin. 7, 8 p.m., 3050 FB. Cantante mexicano,
and some accounting experience. baile, refrescos, onusica. Vengan todos.
Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., will . .
have a Sept. opening for an imagina- Scabbard and Blade, Meeting, April 7,
tive man or woman with MA or PhD. 7:30 p.m., Union, Rm. 3B.
who enjoys teaching basic course in * * .
broadcasting and motion picture pro- Ullr Ski Club, Meeting, April 6, 7:30
duction and performance, likes pre- p.m., Union. Final business and canoe
paring courses for TV, believes in ed. trip.
experimentation. Call Bureau for fur- . +
ther information, U. of M. Coed. Riding Club, Meeting,
April 7, 6:50 p.m., WAB. For informa-
Summer Placement tion, call NO 3-7778.
Attention: To all students looking
for summer jobs. It is not too late.! Am. Soc. of Civil Engr., Mich. Section
Jobs are coming in everyn d vandwe Banquet and Meeting, April 7, 6:30 p.m.,
have more jobs than students. Come League. Tickets at door; Meeting, 8
to the Summer Placement Service in p.m., Rackham Amphitheater, Speaker:
Room D528 of the S.A.B., every afte- Dr. J. Zumberge,"Construction Prob-
noon from 1:30 to 5, and Friday a.m., lems in the Antartic.".
from 8:30 to 12. Eastern Orthodox Students Soc., April
7, 7:30 p.m., 207 Tappan Hall. Speaker:
Interviews-Summer Prof. 0. Grabar, "Architecture in the
April 6, 7 and 8. Ken Smith of Camp Eastern Church."
Charleviox will be at the Summer * *
Placement to interview for Tennis In- India Students Assoc., Spring Banquet
structor, a Nurse, and general counsel- -Indian Dinner, April 15, 6:30 ,p.m.,
ors. Union Ballroom. Tickets available at In
April 7. Fresh Air Society and Camp terna'tl Center every evening until Sat-
Tamarack will interview for both male urday, April 9.
Weinrich To Play Here
In Bach Organ Recital
An all-Bach recital will be given
by the world-famed organist, Carl
Weinrich, at 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
day, April 6, in Hill Aud.
His program will consist of six
pieces including "Fugue in E flat
major," "Chorale Preludes, An
Wasserflussen Babylon, and Wa-
chet auf," "Concerto I in G ma-
jor," and "Prelude and Fugue in
Weinrich, who has been direc-
tor of music at Princeton Univer-
sity, was head of the organ de-
partment of Westminster Choir
College in the 1930's and has been
a guest teacher at the University.
* S *
Lillian Hellman, author of the
Broadway play "Toys in the At-
tic," will speak at 8 p.m. today in
the Rackham Lecture Hall. Her
talk will be sponsored by the De-
partment of English.
Viktor Poschl, professor at the
University of Gottingen, Ger-
many, will give a lecture on "The
Poetic Achievement of Virgil" at
4'10 p.m. today, in Aud. B, Angell
Hall. The lecture is being pre-
sented under the auspices of the
classical studies department.
"he Union has opened petition-
ing for the 1960 Male Homecom-
ing Co-Chairmen, John J. Ross,
'61, Executive Vice-President an-
All applicants must, have their
petitions submitted by Thursday,
The co-chairmen, who will work
with his counterpart fror the
League, will regulate 1960 Hoie-
coming activities in cooperation
with Student Government Coun-
Tryouts for Frosh Weekend
floorshows will be held from 7:00
to 9 p.m. tonight at the League.
The Maize Team will meet, in
the studio; Blue will be in D & E.
The campus drive for the United
Jewish Appeal begins today, Law-
rence Sherman, '60, student chair-
Karl Ecker, '61, treasurer, and
Barbara Lebowitz, '62, secretary,
are assisting in the direction of
the drive to raise money which
UJA, in its 22nd campaign, will
distribute to needy Jews through-
out the world.
SUMMER JOBS IN
3000 Positions open in Al fields
ASIS ALL-INCLUSIVE PACKAGE
FOR MEMBERS ONLY $329
" Summer job * round-trip air fare
" orientation course * health and
accident insurance " social recep-
tion * first night accommodations
" sightseeing trip * postal service
" information on inside Europe, etc.
For more information write to:
American Student Information
Serv-, Jahnstr. 56a,
Daily Classi fieds
Walter Kerr, N.Y. Herald Tribune, says .
"WONDERFUL FUN. SPIRITED AND
BURSTING WITH CONTAGIOUS GOOD
Coming AP~RIL 14. 15, 16
MICHIGAN FORENSIC GUILD
HARVARD AND MICHIGAN DEBATERS
THIE LOYALTY OATH
Friday, April 8
Camp counselors. Male or Female
Social Agency Comp serving 8-13 yr. chil-
dren near Lapeer.
Dates: June 25-Aug. 28
Graduate students in social work or educe-
Contact Mrs. James McMahon
Grosse Pointe Woods 36,
Tu 40244 M.W. or F.
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