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The first six years 
of Space Technology Leadership

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Since 1954, when the Air Force ballistic missile program was accorded top national priority, Space Technology Laboratories has been engaged in virtually every major phase of research, development, testing and technical management of missile and space systems. STL's contributions have hastened the day of operational capability for Air Force ballistic missiles, and have been applied as well in satellite projects and space probes.
Today, as STL's activities expand in significance and scope, STL offers exceptional opportunity to the outstanding scientist and engineer whose talents and training will add to, and benefit from, the accumulated experience that has enabled STL to conceive and accomplish major advances in the state-of-the-art. STL's creative flexibility, anticipating and responding to the demands of space progress, ranges in application from abstract analysis to complex hardware fabrication for military and civilian space projects. 
STL invites scientists and engineers to consider career opportunities in both SOuthern California and Central Florida. Resumes and inquiries directed to Dr. R. C. Potter at either location will receive meticulous attention.

SPACE TECHNOLOGY LABORATORIES, INC.
P.O. Box 95005 TT, Los Angeles 45, California
P.O. Box 4277 TT, Patrick AFB, Florida
a subsidiary of Thompson Ramo Woolridge, Inc.

Individuals Noteworthy 
(Continued from page 46)

Robert. H. Stocker, Jr., '40, as Executive Manager, New England Fire Insurance Rating Association...M. Spalding Toon, '40, as President, Ohio Barge Line, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa...Norman C. Michels, '41, as Vice-president, Facility Planning and Appropriations, U.S. Steel Corporation...Howard J. Samuels, '41, as a Director, Rochester Telephone Corporation;
Ralph G. Mork, '42, as Manager, Engineering Laboratory, IBM Federal Systems Division's Command Control Center, Kingston, N.Y....A. Donald Moll, '43, as Vice-president and Sales Manager, Minneapolis Electric Steel Castings Company...Lewis A. Rupp, '43, as Executive Vice-president, Ionics, Inc., Cambridge, Mass.;
John O. Atwood, '45, as Product Line Manager, Vat & Sulfur Dyestuffs, General Dyestuff Company Division of General Aniline & Film Corporation...Rae T. LaPier, '47, as Director, Administration, Planning and Control, Research and Development Department, Colgate-Palmolive Company...Roger L. Sisson, '48, as Manager, Program Analysis, Technical Staff, Computer Products Operations, Aeronutronic Division, Ford Motor Company;
Wm R. Bidermann, '50, as Chief Production Engineer, Whittaker Gyro Division, Telecomputing Corporation, Van Nuys, Calif...Herman C. Fischer, '50, as Chief, Cement Activities Section, Johns-Manville Company, Manville, N.J....Norman Rudnick, '52, as Director, Transducers and Materials Laboratory, GUlton Industries, Inc., Metuchen, N.J.;
Robert A. Sherman, '55, as Assistant Comptroller, Kodak Park Works, Eastman Kodak Company...James S. Hetherington, '58, as Engineering Manager, Vacuum Furnace Division, Richard D. Brew and Company, Inc., Concord, N.H.

Memorial Exhibit

Cleveland's Health Museum has dedicated an exhibit of "Why Our Nation Grows" to the memory of Howard Whipple Green, '16, a noted statistician and leader in health and welfare work. (Continued on page 50)

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