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Evanston, Illinois, positions throughout
U.S. -men in LS&A and BusAd., Feb.
grads., for Salaried Sales Work.
Procter & Gamble Co., Cincinnati,
Ohio-men, Feb. and June, in BusAd.,
Marketing, Buying, Industrial Manage-
ment, Industrial Engineering, Traffic
and Transportation for Training and
Development Program in Buying and
Procter & Gamble Co.-men, Feb. and
June, LS&A and BusAd for Sales Man-
Thurs., Nov. 3:
Kalamazoo Vegetable Parchment, Kal-
amazoo, Mich-men in Chem., LS&A
and BusAd, Feb., June, and August
grads, for Research, Sales Training, and
Production Training. Women for Re-
U.S. Civil Service-men and women,
in any field, any degree, for a variety
of positions on the entrance or trainee
level, throughout the country.
For appointments contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
Representatives from the following
will be at the Engrg. School:
Wed., Nov. 2:
Union Carbide & Carbon Corp., N. Y.,
N. Y.-PhD in Elect., Mech., Metal.,
Nuclear and Chem. E. for Research
Bendix-Westinghouse, Automotive Air
Brake Co., Elyria, Ohio-B.S. & M.S. in
Mech. E. for Development and Design.
Must be U.S. citizen.
Columbia Gas Systems, The Ohio Fuel
Gas Co., Columbus, Ohio-B.S. in Chem.
E., and B.S. & M.S. in Civil, Const.,
Elect., Ind., Mech., Metal., Naval &
Marine, and Engrg. Mech for Develop-
ment, Design, Production, Construction,
and Sales. Must be U.S. citizen.
Atlantic Refining Co., Philadelphia,
Penn.-B.S. & M.S. in Chem. E. for
Research and Devel.
Thurs., Nov. 3:
Nat'l Carbon Div., UCC, Cleveland,
Ohio-all levels in Elect., Ind., Instru.,
Materials, Mech., Chem. E., Math.
Engrg. Mech., Metal., Nuclear, Physics
and Science; B.S. and M.S. in Civil for
Research, Devel., Design, Production,
Sales, & Personnel.
American Oil Co., Texas City, Texas-
all degree in Chem. E. and Chemistry
for Research, Development, Design, and
N. J. Zinc Co., Palmerton, Penn.-all
levels in Chem. and Metal, B.S. in
Elect. and Mech., and M.S. in Instru-
mentation for Research and Devel.
For appointments contact the Engrg.
Placement Office, 347 W. Engrg., Ext.
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EILAT, Israel (I)-This seaport,
a stone's throw from one which
King Solomon used in Biblical
times to trade with the Queen of
Sheba, threatens to become the
next trouble spot in the Arab-Is-
Israel is determined to reopen
this ancient "Window to the East"
to bypass the Egyptian blockade
of the Suez Canal, which now cuts
her off from economic water com-
merce with most of Africa and all
of the Far East.
Completion of a port on the tiny
seven-mile wide Israeli toehold on
the Gulf of Aqaba, however, will
be only the first step in breaking
the Arab cordon around Israel's
Gulf an "Arab Lake"
As the accompanying map
shows, the Gulf of Aqaba is an
"Arab lake" with the west shore
belonging to Egypt and the east
shore to Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
It is connected to the wide expanse
of the Red Sea by a narrow bot-
tleneck called the "Straits of Ti-
ran." In the middle of the straits
are two tiny Egyptian-annexed is-
lands, Tiran and Sanafir. Egyp-
tian naval units patrol the shal-
low waters around the islands and
an Egyptian coastal battery over-
looks the straits from the Sinai
A few Israeli-chartered ships
under foreign flags have slipped
through the straits during the past
few years. The British freighter
Anshun was fired upon while ne-
gotiating passage of the straits
last summer. Since that incident
the Egyptians have tightened con-
trol over the narrow waterway by
demanding that foreign ships no-
tify Egyptian authorities 72 hours
before attempting to enter the
Demand Violates Agreement
The Israeli government regards
this demand as a violation of the
Arab-Israeli armistice agreement
and United Nations resolutions
A note in reply to the Egyptian
demand said Israel is determined
to exercise and protect the free
passage of her ships through the
gulf "at whatever time and by
whatever methods she sees fit."
With the strong possibility of an
arms race in the Middle East com-
ing as a consequence of Egypt's
recent decision to accept Commun-
ist military equipment from Red
Czechoslovakia, it is clear that the
always tense relations between Is-
rael and the Arab states surround-
ing it will be subjected in the
weeks ahead to even greater
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A Campus-to-Career Case History
Chasee Yought's XF8I- "Crmader" is commanding
attention from the entire industry for its superior Right performance. Meanwhile, the company's
Regulus guided missile is achieving paralleling success as it is delivered 6o the U.S. Navy-for operational
use as a surface to surface weapon. Other research and development programs which wiP further
shape the aircraft designs of the future are also under way at Chance Vovght
0 Only an out-
"I represent 30,000 people"
standing--gineering tea-m can produc-sh aircraft. -This-s your opporkmity to join
that team. Almost every type of academic specialhaation ecn be uailised. Newly graduated
engineers and scientists from the Bachelor's to the Doctor's level i find interesting and rewarding
That's the population of the' Mason
City, Iowa, area where Jack MacAllister
(Iowa U., '50) is Manager for North-
western Bell Telephone Company. How
would you like this kind of job?
. . .
"As Telephone Manager I represent
Mason City to my company, and vice-
versa. Among my customers are bank-
ers, farmers, housewives, merchants ...
each with different questions and prob-
lems about telephone service. Through
public information and good business
office service, my people and I do our
best to furnish the answers.
"My assignment calls for varied activi-
ties-sales, public relations, office super.
vision. One minute I'm describing a
new construction program to a group of
businessmen ... the next explaining a
new service to a rural customer.
"It's a job with lots of variety and re-
sponsibility, and I enjoy every day of it.
My supervisor is 75 miles away,9" says
Jack, "6and that puts me pretty much on
my own--which is the way I like it."*
futures awating them at Chance Vought a
At Chance Vought, the engineer
wil find emmeRent working conditions in a proSessional atmosphere with the most
modern research and test facilities avlable. For
s We ivite you to contact
* the Chance Vought repiresentative,
those interested in- graduate engineering work, the company
-_ J -^t
provides a fuif tuition reimfru
with Southern Methodist Univa
K. L. GILBERT,
Jack MacAllister graduated with a B.S. in Com-
merce and started with Northwestern Bell about
five years ago. As Telephone Manager at the age
who will interview graduates
of the Class of U
V If*@*PO*ArgD DALLAS. ?SXA*
* in the Placement Office on