Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 26, 1959 · Page 5
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Engineering Career in the 'Space Era' Requires Broad Preparation in Science tj. What klftd at education*! feftcKffouftd does A. young per- ton nettl today tot «ft %n&ifteer- l«g ca.re«f in lh« "fcgft of A Solid pfspftratlon In ft wide fftnge o£ basic science subjects iito plenty of mathematics. Sfcienee and mathematics, scl- tnne and mfttHemftUcs — tho*e »rft tH6 key \vofds heard over Ittd over at career conference* tor high school seniors interested in engineering. And it's no surprise in an era When in« dustry expects engineert to be tbl« to work in Such exotic new fields As electronic computer systems, transistor design, outer »pAc« environment, inerUSl navigation devices for spac* vehicles, &u> mic * ft *?Ky« f° cltet fuels, ftftd telemetering. This month, students attending high school career conferences are hearing more about the science requirements for tngineering an the members of one of. the largest professions observe National Engineer* Week, February 22-28. What the students will hear at thene career sessions i» a message that gets right to the heart of one of the most crucial prob* lems facing the V. S. today- the encouraging of properly qualified young people for life Work in the ft«Jd« of science and tnfinMrinf. 'Let's Be Bolder/ Patterson Admonishes Fellow Commies science flames. Modrrn ImliiMrUl re»eai-cli nnrl tfiilfei » hlih'level understanding of the theorellcul aitteel* tilth lubjeeu *» phy»ic«, chewUlry, and eleclronteJ on «>"» • of th« ««»lnt*Hn« profewion. Th«r« wa* A "me when an tnfineer was most likely a builder of roftda, bridges, dams, heavy machinery- or railroads. H* had a good foundation in tMlo mathema'UM, but hi» work •ovild beet b« deeoribed M th« practic*! «>q>loit»tion of long- known scientific l»wi »nd dH- «ov«rie». Today th« pict-ur* KM changed eompltUly. Tha «nglneer is more likely to b« working right up with the phyiicist, chemist, or other rtse&Kh scientist as industrial firttta join in pushing back the frontiers of tha un- unUnown. Th« engineer is ln- •r«a*lng)y expected to have, or be working toward, a Ph.D. Hi» education has stressed higher mathematics, physics and chemistry. If certain engineering education trends continue, the •tudent now starting in grade school may find, if ha chooses an engineering career, that his undergraduate college courao achfedule for engineering will be made up entirely of matn tnd rsical »ci«nce subjects. :o understand the kind of educational background an engineer needs today it is neces- current military and civil activity concerning the exploration of our solar system. The conquest of space is so far, and will continue to be, the end product of millions of engineering man hours. Each space vehicle launching represents the concentrated efforts of engineering teams throughout a wide segment of Industry. The individual engineers in this team effort must have a broad scientific background to plan and design the needed equipment for satellites and the various space probes. The chemical engineers cannot simply refer to enisling charts and tables for data on what fuels to specify. Nor can Without a well-rounded preparation in mathematics and the basic physical sciences, the young engineer could not master graduate courses in such fields as solid state physics, nucle- onics, and electronics. Without this theoretical knowledge, he could not do professional work at the advanced level of modern industrial research and design, Atomic Industry A whole new Industry — atomic energy —is being built on the theoretical foundations of the "new physics." Engineers In this industry must have an educational background In atomic theory. To acquire this Tttfi PAMPAfBAILV NEWS THURSDAY, .FEBRUARY 26, 5 Four Area B t'Vf,fc t,'. WASHINGTOM L. some time previously. jtlon, of itself, was good for the On Dec. 22, 1358, Hoover put it United States. this way: j The argument in support of the. l, ti "fliiunn* ft wore favorable Bl .',court's decisions is thai they were ; ^ , he pflm - 8rpa Rre , MR .J u'rrtosphere, the Communist Party. i mo « l! y made 1n de.ense of he ._ _, ,„„ ol VVoa , ^, flvfl . S)9t) ••Ti* A «n^ iu rtiir#s and svmoa-'<n f J lvid " a ' ri ^ hls '•""f' 1 "^' h - v thfj directly to the point. | ^ «nd »IJ d,gM «d ^r^ ^^ Amehd t to 1he c Rli "Uf* be bolder," I* Puller-; K ^ vocal , ft u ^ iri tution the openmg rwr^ranh of Benrte r of Pn^anrtle. and IA J«ft« *>ft'« proposal to the, Communist ! alWck upot1 Iaw enforcement and! the. Bill of Righto. The >trst i«; Ca , dwell and Kay Spr , nkle of Pam . and fellow traveller readers of the i o(her profesR(onS whiph Rre decli .. as follows: i pa parly's weekly newspaper The i,, aled to preserving our free-' "Congress shall make no law Wlss Mr-Gee, daughter of Mr. Worker. Uloms." j respecting nn pstablinhme-nt of ftm] Mrs. B. H. McGee of Skellv- "McCarthvism has sustained «j ' »I«,V«KV I *« • religion, or prohibiting the free t v , pledging /Seta Tau Alpha heartening defeat in our country."! .'™* »•>" favorably atmosphere ^^-.^^ thereof . or abri dgitig the sm , oritv . ' sheB ,., H fre «hman ele- Patterson continued. "American |l<> lne VT*".. . rf> " s ^' acy ,."!!freedom of 'speech, or of the mpntai 'v education malor and is a Are Plcged CANYON fSpli - Four coeds_ mm the Pumps area are pledR-1 in<r sororities at West Texas State, College. The pledges are MeGe.e from Skellylown. 1 .Bender of Panhandle, and La of tsio Atlas Sprinkle, a ffMftfritrt **fi<r fetftriol 8oi«fic« friffjof, M * f>l«tf|?f rtf Zfttft ffiu A5ph<t sorority. Shf. Is the dfttiffhtef of Mrs. H. A* Sprinkle 6f M8 N, SorVtervilli. It Pays To Read The Pampa Daily News Classifieds P l ' ar >'"^| freedom of'speivh, or of Hi* mentarv Hucatlnn major and is a reaction has In fact sustained a : r f" e ***** '•oinc.dentally wUh, a| s; QJ . lh(j r . gM f>f tj)e people ; member 0( the student Education number of defeats on the politic* r*<^ le « "f demsions by the . ; „• ' as well as the moral front. j supreme <...ourt "We say this because it must in i me Ile " meer 0 . ; pef|ceab , y to aKSPnlh , 0 and ,„• AfW ,,. lation _ ' _ Ipetitlon' the government for n M i a s Bender, daughter of Mr. e sa '^ nm ° f **'™™" -•"«« Mn, M. I, Bender of Pan- be made clear that the prevailing ! f , i!Sltm!1 ( ' a mat t er o f controversy. ; Tbe nnb of llie <- (1 " t »-" V(ir - 0 y he " handle, is n pledge of Chi Omega political atmosphere permits '"• ! ,, SUA u v HnK ,. v tween those who api)i'ove and sorority. She is a freshman speech creasing activities with lessening • •' those ' danger of victimization." | There is not much dissent from . disapprove 'of the major at WT. (ledsion3 ls lhis . Is lhei MlM caklwell is also pledging INCOMK TAX SERVICE In Vonf ttomft of !V BOB RAttlFF 153A Hamilton MO S-330S Communist Party a lawful organ- Zeta Tan Alpha sorority. A fresh- and Mrs. Loyse ss^,..-,-.,... -=^%i£?£^S »;:ftE£"i/ ; *^'\,™r;:r, si '' mM '" r l • '' J ' ilhan C o rn m u n i s t s and their | . , i:/--, Atmosphere ' • i American way of life. Patterson is general manager ofj , o-,. en iK, «/paitpn<>d or in '"" •' " " ",. """' the Communist newspaper. ^e'™i P * 8 bh> deeree nullified fed-i ization entitlpd to thc P™teHion man busings maj foregoing quotations are /from a ^"7^^ ,uf^aw<enacted oi of lhe First Amendment or, ,a the daughter of Mr. a: statement which appeared m- P ,-, etf " an(i . " l ?. 1 *.. ^*.". ? nacl ? d ... l °loartv a conspiracy, in fact, np fl r-'- the electronic engineers expect background in college, they to find ready-made devices to gulda a rocket to the moon or measure the radiation of space a thousand miles from the tarth. Every instrument package "payloaii" in a multi-stage rocket calls for a unique engineering design for a partlcuJw research program. .... Onler Spat« The further we move into outer space, the less phys!c!ats and astronomers are able to furnish In the way of factual Information regarding temperature, density, radiation inten-1 need a solid high school preparation In mathematics, physics, and chemistry. To adequately cope with these subjects in high school, the student should have a goo'j understanding of elementary arithmetic. It is just this type of analysis of our educational problems that has resulted in so many public expressions of concern over tha future of science and technology in the United States. With o'ur military and Industrial capacity so closely allied With progress in science and engineering, it is clear that a ture, density, radiation mten- j ° fjca , depends on the sily. and the like. Enters i | chlevem «nts of our future working in theaa space pi'ojects i Scientlst9 ttn j engineers. If have to design equipment which hege ftcnlevement g are strongly FOOD will function under many un known conditions. As research scientists learn about conditions In the vicinity of the moon and theae achievements are strongly Influenced by educational preparation, it would seem that we Y ve no tinift to lo.se in making sure that our properly qualified • needs today it id neces- i" me v^u..^ ^ «.= •"""" ""-; 8U re that our properly quauneu to grasp the enormoua the planets, engineers m ust be have the oppor . of thi aolwillflo and tech- able to «P>Jy incorpomte th .« - £ £ f ^ bwt poM , „.! .,«. n .u n in which new knowledge into their cur mrint ..,.,, Rn(1 hiirh 8C i, 0 ol back- nological expansion in which we are now involved. Through science, man Is rapidly changing the face of the earth, utilizing atomic forces sj sources of energy, orbiting devices around eur planet, the moon,,and even the sun, and i« only a few years tw«r from actually setting foot on 'other world* millions of mil* out in sp*c«. AJ t part of this «xpan»Ion of JnleB«ctual hort«on», «ngin«*rs are Undlog tbemwlven developing pj^os >>nd speciflcallons in •rev- wht«h are largely un- ehaJtfA—area* which have been rrsearetwid only around th* fringes. Take, for example, the UV.U .— f .: . _ | Lltlll I V JA'l L11O Ulift^ ^/l/iJCll Ut\- HI. new knowledge Into their cur- j menl<ary an(1 Mgh 8C i, 00 l back- rent equipment design. ; _ round ln nialn anc i science sub- The science background * g needed by engineers today ia perhaps best seen In the postgraduate educational '.iquivo- menta set \tp by many industrial firms with large research and development programs. These firms often expect the young, engineer to continue his education, at the graduate level, Opporlunliy Engineering in the second half of the 20th Century is ft career of opportunity. Inter- e/tted young people or their parents may obtain a free booklet which gives the basic facts about this challenging- profes- education at ine jfiBuuma iu*c.i, UUIMII. \mn .....*,.~.. 0 ... e r In a number of highly theoreti- slon. The booklet, "Engineer* .. n*i. *•!!_... A f*n **iif»»» r\f f~)r\Ttnt*~ cal and advanced courses. The raasott lor this is that industrial research may well mean th« difference between Industrial progress and stagnation. ing A Career of .. tunity." la available from the National Society of Professional Engineers, 2029 K Street, Northwest, Washington, D, C. IT'S THE LAW pwfttU ,•,*>•• (•«**• duct aR,iin?t serving- Interests not represent you because he al- which conflii-t. Such a sltualion 1 . ea ,|y represents "conflicting in- niight develop where two'old cli- ' tol . tls , s •• renit-rnber that he is only ents of the same lawyer were ,>ur- ' ^ , 0 oVeL>l V , )U1 . inteivBlB . chasing and selling a pu-'-o ot • • ,,,,,, property. If both clients .so desir- iThis .olunin. pn-pau-d .>y tin Sd and MnderMood. the lawyer'Stare Bar ,,f Texa,. ,a wntlen to might, with complete propriety ^<»m .ml t,, pdv.se. No pn-rson subversive activities. None, other, Communists and , .-*...„.,%£*, would be likely lo 71 rould not he often that Pat- that such weakening or nullified let-son and FBI Director J. Edgar^^^^ Hoover would agree on anything-! relating to the Communist Party.! They are In accord, however, in believing that Communists in the; United States can conspire more; safely right now against the gen-; j era! welfare than they could for i I ON THE ! RECORD i 1 i jIirGHUAND (JKNKKAI, I HOSPITAL NOTK.S j AilniNflons 1 .Afrs. Gladys Blackledge, 132 S. i Nelson Don Taylor. 708 Deane Drive Mrs. Lnla Greene, 510 N. Somerville Mrs. Ruby Mnllins, 1940 N. Sumner A.. U Leonard. 212 Tignor G. N. Massey. i»00 Williston Mrs. Lpatha. Cooper, 801 K. Craven Mrs. Martha Green, McLean Wayne Lane, fins S. Reid D. f. Hess 70fi K. Frederic W. D. Anderson. 2208 Duncan Mrs. Zobedia Tyler. 835 E. Mai lone Mrs. Mauna Cieek. Panhandle J. R. Clemmens. Kslton Glenn Killer, Groom .Judy Kay Anderson, Miami Mrs! Patsy Radcliff. 108 McCullough • Richard Donnie Grace. Borger Dismissal* Mrs. Mary Warner, 1312 N. Russell Mrs. Betty Treadwell 1161 Neel Road Betty Taylor, 1719 Dogwood Mrs. Edna Taylor, 1719 Dogwood Mrs. Patsy Radrliff. 108 McCul lough Mrs. Betty Glasscock, While Deer Mrs. Lorene Johnson, Amarillo F:. .1. Machowicz. 1S2« Williston L. L. 1/ickhan, 1825 Hamilton Alvin Randall. 1105 S. Sumner Mr;4. Dell Murphy, BOfi N. Gray Mrs. .lc-iin pa (ton 1144 Vainon a subversive , !-n,pi,,, y to overthrow the U.S. Americans who know the moat:government. WALL PAPER See Imperial Ki Glenstj-le \VA«shable Paper SHKBWIN-WILMAMS ,P»lfit Co. in S Cuv1*i- MO 5-5S2J OPEN 'TILL 10 SATURDAY NIGHTS U.S. Inspected, Fresh Dressed CENTER 400 S. Russell 1 Block West of S. Cnylcr I Block North Of Hwv. (JO MO 5-3452 Open 7 Days A Week: 7 a. m. to 8 p. m, Vresli GROUND BEEF Kraft's Vcivcela CHEESE Lb. SHOP SUNDAY We Are Open All Day l.'SDA CHOICE CHUCK ROAST Ib. Half or whole, cured Hams Lb Deckers Korn Kist Fresh Lean, PORK STEAK Sliced aeon y or interpret any Drive- L- aid of an attorney S. B. Mr.lonc niivisod eoncennns COX(«KATfU\TlONS f "ConClictlng Interests" Bill Jones had been in an automobile ai-rident ami tolt that ho should be aMt- to recover damages from the driver of the other c,ar. He went to see lawyer Smith, and, in the course of telling Smith hid story, it developed that the driver of the other car was insured by a company represented by Smith, As soon as Smith learned this fact, ha stopped Bill fiorn telling him any more about the case and explained that he couhl not represent him. Smith (x>intt?d cut that tha "conflicting interest" remiiling from his representation of the insurance company prevented h 1 in from repiesesuing Marvin. He said tMt he owed it to Bill not to hear anything from him which he might use against him if the matter wen" tal.en to coin I. »The. situation outlined above II- luslrates one of the basic principles in the ethics of a lawyer, namely, thai he cannot represent "conflicting interests." Basically, this is but the law>er'a way of phi as- J ing the old axiom that a man can-: not aeive two masters. A law-'. yer's duty is to give his full and complete effuits to his client and; ha cannot do that If there U a I conflict between the interests of two of thi-m. The reasoning behind. this rule i? that a lawyer should not • appear in court representing both jtrifs of a contioviM.-iy If both Bill and the insurance •otnpany aie tegular clients r>( Smith, then it is Smith's duty to ie:'i:.se to repifst-nt either one of them in case of altercation be|»'^en the two. Jf aUoint'.v Smith ia one of a gnmp of lawyers piaclicing together as a partnership, then lie )iiu»t be CH reful not only of avoid-! Insr a conflict of interest, between lh» clients he is personally serv- 1 in*, but rctwepn his clients and otiier client* of the paitneiship a?: well. As far as Smith is concerned In 1 d>'leruun>ri£ wUi-lher tlu'ie isaj »,,iilli'l of inlfi >->l.i. any ' lifiil "f : Jill Jialllit-l* t» llin '- t'Tl'l al "' VU'« • IlllK'11, »»itii v'/>«« | .'.«•-" j..-j..-_ look after the Interesla of both in should ever such a transaction. ; i;nv u Generally, however, the Inw > vr j V ,^" f ai .,' 3 '" nn ., )lve d."" because a To Mr. and Mrs. Leon Blackwill be very careful t" scrutinize sli; , hl var.ame in facts mav ledge, i.TJ S. Nel.»/)n on tne biith such situations. Therefore, if a change the application of t h e of a daughter at 3:55 a.m. weigh- lawyer should tell you that he can- law^ ' "'K 8 ibs. 10 oz. 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