Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 2
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a k ' ». I r ' 2--AL(JONA (low.) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 19* 1966 Ex'Algonan is Md to high Ames position '<!. ' l i ,*• t* >* *' *< r^j, *'. / rolaeps !A n a ci NOW PACKED IN HANDY tote-about REUSABLE CONTAINER t c HUNT'S PEACHES \ — Sliced or Halve* — YOUR CHOKE \ HUNT* APRICOTS No. 2 1 /2 cans & Jf £ I ' * WAYNE MOORE Am** — WayttOR nioorc Vill becothe vice president, for business knd finance at Iowa State University July,, 1, riccefedirtf Boyne H. •Plttt.'tiho is retiring at the age,of 65: •, ••,. '.',•* Moore; whose appointment was approved May 13 by the State Board of Regents, joined the staff in ,1946 and his been assistant vice president for bu- . siness and finance since, 1964. In' presenting Moore's ap- pointinent to the Regents,, tow* State President W. Robert Parks s^td/ "Wayne MoWe's extensive background in cost analysis and operations research analysis and his experience as assistant vice president for business and finance give him excellent qualifications for administering the University's financial programs." Moore was born in Buffalo Center in 1919, and was graduated from Algona high school in 1936. He received the B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Iowa State in 1942 and has done graduate work here & at Columbia university in statistics, economics, engineering, management and operations research. /In'*Worid/*War n; r he served^4 years, in..the anti-aircraft artillery and army air corps, including 2%> years in Africa, India and Burma. During his 20 years < on the faculty, Moore frequently has been called upon for services by other organizations. In 1951, he was valuation engineer for the city of Ames. In 1954, he was scientific advisor in operations analysis for the Fifth Air Force, analyzing B 29 bombing raids in Korea and making effectiveness studies of -theater war plans. From 1955 to 1957, he served in the same capacity for the Far East Air Force in Japan, conducting research in wartime nuclear fallout patterhs and in military command and control problems. In 1958, he was appointed associate professor of industrial engineering. Because of his experience in operations research, he participated in the development of the Center for Industrial Research and Service to aid Iowa industry. Moore was made university cost analyst and promoted to professor of industrial enginr eering in 1961i As assistant vice president he has coordinated research contract and grant fiscal arrangements between the/ university and outside agencies, and has analyzed costs of in r struction, budget changes and other aspects of university fiscal operations. Since 1959 he also has served as director of the U.S. Air Force Operations Analysis Standby Unit at Iowa State. The unit provides the air force with scientific personnel from the university for emergency and standby assistance and for short-term special research projects. TO if TEACHER Jeannette Breidert, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Breidert Jr., of Rodman, formerly of Algona, wiU graduate from Concordia Teachers College, Seward. Neb., June 4, receiving the bachelor pf Defence in education degree MM* UnttPlWi teacher diploma, with a major m Social Science. She will teach {Trades 3 and 4 at Redeemer Lutheran church, Salt I4k> City Utah. MEPAL ~ Lt. (j.g.) James: J. Piw WSttfcoij, wts §W§r4ed the Navy'* Air Med§l utf si* &H stars for hejroism sn4 valor dJLs- played faumz Jibing strikes In Vjet Nim, U- Drew haj flown ipojrg tt*n 100 missions over enemy heia territory. He is the son of Mr. an4 Mrs. James F. Drew 3 pound size 1.89 •Greatfor picnics M Handy around hom« . 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