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choose 
your
location
when
you join Sanders!

Plainview, L.I., N.Y.
Suburban New York City. Brand new facility opened in December 1960.
Nashua, New Hampshire
Company headquarters in the beautiful hill country only an hour from down-town Boston.
Burlington, Mass.
on famous "Electronics Row" in suburban Boston. Advanced Systems Laboratories opened in November 1960

You'll Find Top Engineering Positions at All 3- plus... The Same Atmosphere of Growth and Achievement that Caused This Dynamic Expansion

Starting only 9 years ago with 11 Engineers and an initial order of $117.00, Sanders Associates today has a personnel role of over 1600-- and a contract backlog of $53,000,000.
This history of success was built through creation of original technical concepts resulting in unusual achievements-most of which are classified-including FLEXPRINT r flexible printed circuits, PANAR r rador and TRIPLATE r microwave components and techniques-in high demand now and destined for a big future in the next generation computers.
Pioneering programs are being continued in phased arrays, radar, pulse doppler radar systems, space radar and communication systems, providing stimulating assignments in space technology, missiles and radar systems.

To arrange a convenient interview appointment, send resume in confidence to R.W. McCarthy.

Position in Nashua

Senior Consultant Transistor Circuitry
To provide technical guidance at the Corporate level on a wide variety of transistor circuit design problems. Requires ability to design detailed circuits rapidly.

Positions available at all locations for:

Senior Systems Engineers
To contribute to advanced techniques in the general field of military electronic systems. Applicable experience includes systems analysis, synthesis and integration, with extensive background in circuit design augmented by hardware implementation.

Circuit Design Engineers 
EE or Physics graduates with 2 to 8 years experience and familiarity with tubes and transistors and their utilization in all types of circuits, as well as the integration of circuits into subsystems.

Transmitter Design Engineers
2 to 8 years experience. For work up to and including microwaves.

Product Design Engineers
ME with heavy experience in feasibility studies coupled with experience in taking developed systems into production, monitoring mechanical design and overall packaging concepts of ECM or other airborne systems.

Positions in Plainview, Long Island

Ground Support Equipment Engineers
To design and develop system, assembly and sub-assembly electronic test equipment for the military. Should have appreciation for test equipment philosophy, with extensive experience in circuit design and hardware follow-through.

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Nashua, New Hampshire

Individuals Noteworthy
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James McGowan: 1886-1961
A life member of the M.I.T. Corporation, James McGowan, Jr., '08, died in Philadelphia on March 15. Mr. McGowan joined the Campbell Soup Company in Camden, N. J., as a chemist when graduated from the Institute and became its president in 1946 and chairman of its Board in 1950. He was born in Scotland on February 8, 1886.

He became an alumni term member of the M.I.T. Corporation in 1947, was elected a life member in 1952, and served on four Visiting Committees of that body.

He was a trustee of the Nutrition Foundation, Inc., a member of the Institute of Food Technologists, and at one time chairman of the executive committee of the National Canners Association. He also served on the advisory board to the Research and Development Branch, Military Planning Division of the Office of the Quartermaster General; and at the time of his death was a director of the Pennsylvania-Reading Sea Shore Lines and of the Philadelphia Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Company.

Mr. McGowan is survived by his widow, Elizabeth McGowan, and a son, James P. McGowan. 
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Canada Dry Bottling Plant, Maspeth, Queens
No need to compromise on quality
In construction, as in manufacturing, there are two ways to lick high cost:
(1) Cut down on quality
(2) Achieve greater efficiency
We prefer the latter method--and so do our clients. That is one reason why over 70% of our business is repeat contracts.
W. J. Barney Corporation
Founded 1917
Industrial Construction
101 Park Avenue, New York
Alfred T. Glassett, '20, President

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