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April 5, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 3

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4-A--MJgBpQK AY^.LANCHE.JOURNAL-~Saturday Morning. April 5. 1975 ^ek EngineeringHonors 10 ,Tlie College of Engineering al Texas Tech University has designated 10 of its alumni as ''Distinguished Engineers" and they will he officially recognized at tile annual asvards luncheon at noon Friday. ! Announceent of the recipients of the awards was made by Dr. Jphn R. Bradford, dean of the College of Enginceing. The 10 bring the total number receiving the designation to 3(5 since the program began in 1967. •The luncheon vvjJJ be in the University Center Ballroom. It will coincide with the second annual Research Day sponsored by the College of Engineering. •The 1975 recipients are: Mack Atcheson of El Paso, assistant vice president ofEl Paso Natural Gas Company and vice president of Fuel Conversion Company, an affiliate of El Paso Natural Gas Company organized lo own and operate coal gasification plants. He re- cL'ivcd his bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from Te.vas Tedi in 1911'. Ray Buller o£ Alice, president of Harkins & Company. Alice, and formerly a district engineer with Conoco Oil Company. He received his bachelor of science tiegree in petroleum engineering from Texas Tech in 1949. G. Raymond Coffman of Richardson, vice president for engineering, Texas Power and Light Company. He has been with Texas Power and Light since 193G. He received liis banlielor of science degree in electrical engineering from Tex as Tech in 1936. George W, Dupree of Amaril- Io, vice president, Operations, Southwesten Public Service Company. Dupreo has been with the utility company since 1946,• soon after his discharge froni World War B. service. He received his bachelor of science degree in electrical engineer ing from Texas Tech in 1938 and his master of science degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in 1939. Herbert S. "Tex" Erskine of Tulsa, Okla., vice president of the Oil and Gas Division, Kewanee Oil Company, Tulsa, since Jan. 1, 1971. He joined the company as engineering trainee in 1950 and held, various field, supervisory, engineering and management positions before assuming the vice presidency of the Oil and Gas Division five years ago. He received his bachelor of science degree in petroleum engineering at Texas Tech in 1950. Howard H. Hinson of Houston, president and chief executive office of Texas Pacific Oil Company Inc. Hinson joined Continental Oil Company in 1948 and served in various capacities with the company including vice president until taking early retirement in 1966. After period of consulting, he was offered the position he now holds with Texas Pacific Oil. He received his bachelor of science degree in geological engineering at Texas Tech in 3934 and later a master of science in geology, Ford ^Should Consider Invading North Vietnam AUSTIN', Tex. (UPI) — I'ormcr White House adviser "Walt Rostov/ said Friday President, Ford and Congress should consider occupying part of North Vietnam with two Marine divisions to force the communists to honor the 1973 peace agreement. Hoslow said his "oveiTJding concern" is the President and Congress agree on a strategy lor peace in Southeast Asia and oilier volatile parts of the world. "The Congress and the President should get together in the face of the dangers that extend throughout Asia and elsewhere." Rostow said dn an interview, aside all and recriminations and look at all the options. "Among all the options was this one — two Marine divisions would go in and hold a perimeter with air and sea support until the North Vietnamese honor Die agreement of 197:;. "This is not a new proposal. Guillcrmo .Perea of Limn Peru, executive president of CUVISA, at) office he has held since 1973. CUVISA is one of the largest textile 1 complexes in Peru and the present production capacity will be increased by 50 per cent by 19SO. Pcrea is a 195L graduate from Texas Tech with a bachelor's degree in textile engineering. A native of Peru, he joined CUV3SA in 1955. Berl M. , Springer of 6204 Gainsborough, Amarillo, executive vice president of Southwestern Public Service Company since. 1972. He has been with utility company since 1946, beginning as a draftsman and serving successively as statistician-engineer, rate engineer, manager of rates and budgets, and director of rates and budget prior to his becoming executive vice president. Springer earned his toachlor of science degree in industrial engineerin from Texas Tech in 1943. Louis D. Stevens, of Santa Cruz, Calif., laboratoy manag- er, System Development Division, Los Gatos Laboratory, since 1965, Ho joined IBM at Poughkeepsie, N.Y., in the summer of 1949 and was responsible for the development of the input-output control system of the IBM 701 computer. He has held both corporate staff assignments and line assignments in development engineering, including major responsibilities in the development of the IBM 305 RAMAC. A native of Post, he received his bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering atTtxas Tech in 1549, and later a master's in electrical engineering at the University of California at Berkley. D. C. Williams of Ashland, Kentucky, vice president, Environmental Affairs and Safety, Ashland Oil, Inc., since 1973. He joined the company in 1973 after many years of employemnt with United Carbon Company in Borger, Monroe. La,, Franklin, La., Aransas Pass and Houston. 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In 1966 I recommended this I strategy to President Johnson as one possible way of | shortening the war." Rostow served as deputy special assistant to President John F. Kennedy in 1961 and as national security affairs adviser to President Lyndon B. Johnson from 196S-69. Rostow. who recommended many policies Johnson adopted in the American involvement with Vietnam., is now a professor at the University ol Texas. Rostow commented about the possibility of invading North Vietnam on the CBS Morning News program Friday. He said some news accounts apparently misinterpreted the statement to mean he advocated an invasion, but he said he was only saying it should be an option. "The question was 'is this politically realistic?' " Rostow said. "Under the present e\-idence I would say not. I said there are other ways in which the situation could be stabilized. 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