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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MA'RCH' 5, 1957

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PLAN ONE YEAR OLD:
City Administrator Describes New Job

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

By THOMAS BLUES
Nearly a year ago Ann Arbor
changed its charter to provide for,
a city administrator.
On April 9, 1956, the new char-
ter took effect and Guy C. Larcom
moved into a city hall office to be-
come the city's first administra-
tor.
(The city administrator system
allows a local government to run
like a business. The city council'
becomes a board of directors and
the mayor a president.)
City council establishes all poli-
cy under this system, and the poli-
cy is carried out by administra-
tive departments under the ad-
ministrator's jurisdiction.
Fulfills qualifications
Qualifications of the adminis-
trator require a background in
business management and munici-
pal government operation.
A glance at Larcom's previous
experience shows he fulfills both.
After graduating from Harvard
in 1933, Larcom began writing
editorials on government affairs
for a Hartford, Connecticut news-
paper While writing about gov-
ernment, he became "more inter-
ested in doing something about it
instead of writing about it."
He left the newspaper field and
later gained experience in gov-
ernment work.
He was a state government con-
sultant in New Jersey and spent
two years as an executive vice-
president in charge of business
management for an architectural
firm in Cleveland, Ohio.
Heads Research Agency
Larcom was head of a govern-
mental research agency concerned
with city government problems in
Cleveland and for five years was
president of a suburban city coun-
cil.

He was also general manager of
the Willow Run War Housing
Community. He worked in military
government in the Central Pacif-
ic during World War IL
When Larcom assumed his new
post, he set up administrative com-
mittees to work with him on oa.
ganizational problems.
Previous to the charter change,
city department heads worked in-

government is an interesting busi-
ness because there is always some-
thing different happening."
Larcom explained that "city
government is closest to the peo-
ple. They can see the job we do
and we are directly responsible to
them."
He feels the city administrator
system is the "mont efficient type
of government" for a community
of Ann Arbor's size. "It is the big-
gest trend in local government
systems.
"Citizens should be able to take
pride in their government and
should consider it their agency
which provides them services they
cannot get in any other way," he
said.
SzeflTO .Lead
Orchestra
George Szell will conduct the
Cleveland Orchestra in the final
concert in the Choral Union Se-
ries at 8:30 p.m. Sunday in Hill
Auditorium.
Included on the program will bej
the Overture to "La Gazza Ladra"
by Rossini," Symphony No. 6 in F
major, "Pastoral" Op. 66 by
Beethoven; "Music for Orchestra'
by Riegger; Prelude to "Irmelia"
by Delius; and "Till Eulenspiegel's
Merry Pranks" by Strauss.

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Marshall Field and Company, Chica-
go, Ill. - Location of work: Chicago,
111. and suburban store location. Men
and women with no particular formal
educational prerequisites have been es-
tablished although they are primarily
interested in students with back-
grounds in the following fields: Ac-
counting, Economics, Liberal Arts,
General Business, Retailing and Insti-
tutional Management, for Pre-Supervi-
sory and Pre-management training
jobs in all phases of a large metropoli-
tan retail department store business:
merchandising, operations,rservice, ac-
counting and control, sales promotion,
restaurant, etc.
Federal-Mogul-Bower Bearings, Inc.
Detroit, Mich. - Location of work:
Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Califor-
nia, and Sales Offices in all large cities.
Men with degrees in Liberal Arts or
Business Administration for Sales,
Manufacturing Management, Personnel
Admin. and Accounting.
Thurs., March 7
National security Agency, Washing-
ton, D.C. - Location of Work: Metro-
politan area of Washington, D.C. Men
and women with B.A. in General Lib-
eral Arts, all degree levels in Mathe-
matics and Languages for Applied
Mathematics in the Electronic Digital
and Analog Computers Fields for
Mathematicians at B.A. or M.A. levels.
Research for the Ph.D. degree, Intelli-
gence Research for Language & Gen-
eral Liberal Arts.
The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, Ill.
-Location of work: 1. South, South-
east, Midwest and North Midwest. 2.
Midwest or South. 1. Men with all de-

grees for Marketing, Sales Distribution
and Merchandising of Products. 2. Men
with M.S. M.A., L.L.B., A.B. in Econom-
ics, Law, or Business Admin. for Credit.
Hardware Mutuals Casualty Company,
Grand Rapids, Mich. - Men with any
degree for Technical and Management
Trainees. Location of work: Michigan,
most probably Grand Rapids or De-
troit.
Cadillac Motor Car Division, General
Motors Corp., Detroit, Mich.-Men with
A.B. or B.A. with an interest in indus-
trial accounting, for Cost Estimating
(Needs some engineering background,
i.e. Industrial Management) Cost Ac-
counting, Factory Accounting, Payroll
and General Accounting. Need not be
an accounting major.
Fri., March 8
The Travelers Insurance Company,
Hartford, Conn. - Location of work:
Home office, Hartford, Conn., 79
branch offices in U.S. and Canada.
Men with degrees in Liberal Arts.
Mathematics majors, Business Admin.,
or Law for Production, Underwriting,

National Security Agency - See
Thursday's listings.
Bauer & Black, Chicago, Ill. - Loca-
tion of work: Locations throughout the
U.S. Men with an interest in Sales and
Selling. No special degree required. Po-
sition is that of selling to retailers and
distributors. Positions in Sales and ad-
vancements are available. This is a
div. of Kendall Co.
National Bank of Detroit, Detroit;
Mich.-Men for 1. Management Trainee.
Economics, Commerce, and Finance,
Business Admin. or General Business
degree. 2. Trust Aide. Economics or
Business Admin. degree. Two years ac-
counting desirable. 3. Trust Aide. Law
degree. Graduate work and/or Under-
graduate work in Business Admin.
helpful. Location of Work: Main office,
downtown Detroit, M a n a g e m e n t
Trainees will be assigned to any one of
56 branch offices.
The Standard Oil Company (Ohio),
Cleveland, Ohio. - Location of work:
Ohio. Men with degrees in liberal arts
or business admin. for Sales Manage-

For appointments contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371. Appointments should
be made by 4:00 p.m. of the day pre-
ceding the interview.
Summer Placement:
The following will be in Room 3G
of the Michigan Union from 9 a.m. to
4:45 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6th:
Mrs. Speesman will interview candi-
dates interested in counseling at a
girl's camp at Cedar Lake, Michigan.
Representatives of the YMCA and
YWCA will be present in the afternoon.
Mrs. A. M. Wauters, of the Hilton
Camp, Walloon Lake, Mich., will inter-
view for general counselors, men and
women.
Miss Alicia Tarrant will interview for
counselors for the Roper Day Camp in
Bloomfield Hills, Mich., during the aft-
ernoon.

Stan Michaels of Camp Nahelu in
Ortonville, Michigan, will interview
prospective counselors in the after-
noon. Camp Nahelu is particularly in-
terested in two arts and crafts spe-
cialists.
Math majors who have taken math
through calculus are needed by the
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New
York, to work in the actuarial dept.
of their New York office during the
summer months. For applications and
further information, contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, or come to the
Summer Placement Meeting, Wed.,
March 6, Rm. 3G of the Union.
Information on summer positions on
the College Board of Dayton's in Min-
neapolis, and the Rike Kumler Co., in
Dayton, Ohio, is available at the Sum-
mer Placement Service. Both stores
are looking for young women inter-
ested in merchandising as a career.

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-Daily-Norm Jacobs
GUY C. LARCOM
...city administrator

Actuarial, Claim and Administration.) ment Training.
SENIORS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS
IN ENGINEERING,
PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS
The Douglas Aircraft Company
invites you to
ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
MARCH 6, 7, 8
Find out about the interesting positions, assistance in
furthering your education and outstanding promo-
tion opportunities with the world's largest manufac-
turer of aircraft and missiles. Get facts on living
conditions, research facilities and opportunities to
advance professionally at the various Douglas
locations.
Reserve your career decision until you have talked
with the Douglas representative. It may be the most
important interview of your life.
SEE YOUR DEAN-COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
FOR YOUR INTERVIEW APPOINTMENT

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DREAM GIRL
"My ideal gal has got to be
From four foot six to six foot three!
And I insist, my ideal queen
Be plump or slim or in-between.
Redhead, brunette, or blonde"...said he,
"I won't complain if she's a she."

C ourtes To. Play
For French Club
Prof. Robert Courte of the mu-
sic school and Mrs. Courte will
present a recital of contemporary
French music at a Cercle Fran-
cais meeting at 8:00 p.m. today in
the Vandenberg room of. the
League.
Prof. Courte will introduce in
French a program of music by
Saure, Debussey, Ravel, Franck
and Milhaud.
For a snappy hair
style or a sparkling
shine .. .
715 North University

dependently. Under the new poli-
cy they are responsible to the ad-
ministrator.
No Co?-- 'nts
Larcom has no complaints about
his position. "I love it," he said,
"because I like to come to grips
with the problems of a city. City
Reliable
Party
to 'service a route of CIGA-
RETTE machines. NO SELLING
OR SOLICITING. Route estab-
lished for operator. Full or part
time. Large earnings. $1995.00
required.
Please don't waste our time un-
less you have necessary capital
and are sincerely interested in
owning your own business, and
expanding to full time.
If fully qualified and able to
take over at once, write briefly
about yourself a n d include
phone number for personal in-
terview.
PARAMOUNT
MERCHANDISING
COMPANY
8000 Bonhomme Ave.,
Clayton 5, Mo.

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- Mechanical Engineers.
Physicists.
Let ARMA talk with you about YOUR future in
this dynamic and challenging field.
Learn about ARMA's pioneering role in Inertial
Navigation when our representative visits your
campus shortly. Ask your Placement Officer
for details.
CAMPUS INTERVIEWS MARCH 18
Or you may send inquiries to:
Mr. Charles S. Fernow
Administrator of Technical Education

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companies, all offering many and
varied advantages. But you owe it to
yourself to consider which of these
will, in the long run, offer a future
that will keep pace with your ability.
At Martin you'll have a chance
to measure your background against
your chosen engineering field,
whether it is aerodynamics, elec-
tronics, nuclear, electrical, civil,

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As a soon-to-graduate engineer you have a tough prob-
lem to solve and your slide rule won't help you much.
We would like to offer you some sound advice. First,
choose a career, not just a job. Compatibility between
you and the company you choose will prove a prime
requisite of your future success, satisfaction and personal

"You'll reach the top faster with a smaller company like Emerson Electric
where there is greater diversification and continuous planned expansion."

happiness. Second, choose an established, stable com-
pany where a wide variety of engineering activities opens
up many avenues of development for young engineers.
Federal offers you the really important things - op-
portunity for recognition and advancement, a company
with a future, security and adequate compensation, and
the chance to develop personal interests and initiative.
Few other companies can offer you such a variety of
electronic engineering activities, or as fine means of
employing your talents in the field for which your train-

chemical or mechanical. Your future
will grow with an expanding com-
pany, pioneering in tomorrow s sci-
ences as well as projects a decade in
advance-gravitational research and
ion propulsion.
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"Only in a smaller company like Emerson Electric can
you meet management on common ground, discuss with
top brass your individual problems and plans. Together you
work out new ideas . . . and they're more than willing to
give yours a try. And there's more diversification in your
duties.
"Furthermore, at Emerson your daily contacts include
sales, purchasing and production departments. You have
the opportunity to learn, first hand, all company functions
. . , knowledge that's invaluable when you're on the way
to the top. If that's your ambition, then Emerson has the
job for you."
The ink was barely dry on Ed Johnson's M.E. degree
beforehe started at Emerson Electric. His has been a real
success story, and after just six years with the company it
isn't finished by any means. Ed's first Emerson job was in
the production department, an administrative assistant.
From there, he moved on to shop foreman. In Ed's own
words . . . "I wouldn't trade the experience gained there
for anything, the most valuable in the world to me today."
Next, to tool project engineer, then on to senior man in this

Whatever your preferred field of engineering. speciali-.
zation, there is a gateway to career progress waiting for you
at Emerson. Commercially, since 1890, Emerson has been
a leading producer of fans, motors, air conditioners, weld-
ers, and power tools. The Electronics and Avionics Division,
a leader nationally since 1940, designs, develops, and manu-
factures active defense systems for bombers, supersonic air
frames, mortar locators, missiles and rockets like the Hon-
est John.
Find out how you can get in on the ground floor of this
fast growing, medium sized company. Meet Emerson's engi-
neering representatives and talk your career over with them.
Firm job offers can be made. If it's impossible for you to
make a date, be sure to write or call A. L. Depke, Office
and Technical Placement Supervisor, 'for full details.
ENGINEERS . . . A.E., C.E., E.E., M.E.
INTERVIEWS ON CAMPUS
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6

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