1960 – Watts

01/60

  • COVER PHOTO: HPSA Demo-Lab (mobile lab) in Milan, Italy.
  • Instrument of the Month (H-P Model 185A Sampling Oscilloscope), Bill Terry, 2.
  • Xmas Bonus, $823,658 – All-time High, 10.
  • H-P Recreation during 1959, Jack Weiershauser, 12.
  • ’58-’59 Accident Rate Report, Pete Vogt, 18.
  • Increased Disability Benefits, George Climo, back page.

02/60

  • Instrument of the Month (-hp- Model 344A), John Minck, 2.
  • PHOTO: Hewlett-Packard Company Annual Report 1959, 3.
  • Preparation Underway for H-P Participation in I.R.E., Don Teer, 13.
  • H-P’s College Recruiting Program Again Underway, Barbara Dermeg, 14.

03/60

  • Instrument of the Month (120 AR, 113 AR, 103 AR, 724 AR), Dan Lansdon, 2.
  • PHOTO: Dave Packard with Vice President Nixon at Stanford/Harvard dinner, 4.
  • An Expert Views the Olympics, Bill Terry, 4.
  • Construction Underway at Loveland Site, 5.
  • Hewlett-Packard–Ready for the 60’s, Don Teer, 8.
  • H-P Fabrication Division, Barbara Dermeg, 10.

04/60

  • From Our President’s Desk (Aboard Pan-Am Jet), Dave Packard, 2.
  • En route to Geneva Seminar
  • Competition Strong
  • New -hp- Instruments Well Received
  • NIC Board Meeting Attended by Dave
  • First Aid Training Program Under Way at H-P, Virginia Bour, 5.
  • 230 H-P Instruments Displayed at 1960 IRE, Don Teer, 7.
  • A Department Is Born, Barbara Dermeg, 10.
  • INSERT: Essex House 1960 Hewlett-Packard Sales Meeting

05/60

  • COVER PHOTO: President DeGaulle visits H-P (Additional PHOTOS on p. 2)
  • Hewlett-Packard Greets DeGaulle, Lou Lencioni, 3.
  • HPSA’s European Sales Seminar, Bill Terry, 5.
  • Eldred, Keynote Speaker at Marketing Conference, 9.
  • Electronic Tooling–New H-P Department, Hal Chouinard, 10.
  • Instrument of the Month (411A RF Millivoltmeter), Hans Sorensen, 12.

06/60

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • See You at the Picnic!
  • Scholarship Winners Announced, George Climo, 3.
  • DeGaulle PHOTO Contest, 4.
  • DeGaulle Leaves San Francisco (English translation article that appeared in a Swiss newspaper), 5.
  • Solving the European Plug Dilemma, Bill Terry, 7.
  • Hilltop Move Information, 8.
  • Don’t Machine it! Cast It!, Barbara Dermeg, 10.
  • Instrument of the Month (H-P 570A Digital Clock), Bill Terry, 13.
  • An H-P Highlight of 1960, Lou Lencioni, 14.

07/60

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Smooth Move Complimented
  • Ironical Situation
  • Richard Duncan First Refund Recipient Under H-P’s Educational Assistance Program, 6.
  • Instrument of the Month (H-P 456A AC Current Probe), Bill Terry, 7.
  • Hewlett-Packard SA Expands European Operation, Bill Doolittle, 10.
  • 200 Top Speakers Selected for WESCON Tech Program, 15.

08/60

  • Instrument of the Month (H-P 938A/940A series of frequency doubler sets), John Minck, 2.
  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 5.
  • Production Level Holds Steady
  • Important Assignments Ahead
  • Picnic Decision
  • Christmas Party grows too big for any HP building, so we’re giving you four hours off to have it offsite
  • Anent Beer Busts
  • ARVA, Hewlett-Packard Combine Efforts for Northwest IRE-ISA Electronics Show, Bill Terry, 6.
  • Expanding Product Line Triggers Constant Need for Additional Management Talent in Sales, Noel Eldred (H-P Vice President for Marketing), 7.
  • - PHOTOS: Dick Reynolds
  • Jack Petrak
  • Dick Cline
  • Bill Terry
  • John Young
  • Jack Nally
  • Hewlett-Packard’s Chem Lab Becomes Production Reality, Barbara Dermeg, 11.
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part I of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 14.
  • H-P’s Program Requires Effective Communications at All Levels
  • Hiring Policy–or Conditions of Employment
  • Changing job assignments to reflect changing business environment

09/60

  • H-P Wins WESCON Industrial Design Award (K382 Attenuator), 2.
  • PHOTO DP with Herbert Hoover and Thomas Pike board member
  • Electronics Management’s Biggest Challenge (summary of Dave Packard’s address to Annual Corporate Luncheon Meeting of the Western Electronic Manufacturers Association), 3.
  • H-P Enjoys Most Successful WESCON, Don Teer, 5.
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part II of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 6.
  • Placements
  • Records
  • Engineer Program
  • Wage and Salary Policy
  • Production Bonus and How It’s Computed
  • Chamber Salutes Noel Porter for his Notable Achievements, 7.
  • Meet Jack Beckett of PAECO, Barbara Dermeg, 10.
  • Are You Ready for Hewlett-Packard Advancement, Lee Seligson, 12.
  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 13.
  • WESCON Report
  • Open House, Sunday September 11th
  • Automatic Programming Perfected for Drift Testing 606 and 608’s, 14.

10/60

  • Instrument of the Month (H-P Model 160B Oscilloscope), George Fredrick, 2.
  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Colorado Operation Officially Dedicated
  • On the Fall Elections
  • Report on New York ISA Show, Dan Lansdon, 3.
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part III of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 6.
  • Evaluation–Its Procedure and Purpose
  • 1960 Machine Tool Exposition, Norm Bowers, Lyle Loeser, Jack Benson, 7.
  • An H-P Engineer Observes Automobiles Throughout Europe, Bill Girdner, 14.

11/60

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • H-P Sales Hit New High
  • Be Sure To Vote Tomorrow
  • Stanford Radar Astronomy Installation Visited by H-P Radio Amateur Club, PHOTO of Stanford radar dish under construction, Bill Hawkins, 4.
  • PHOTO: Marshal Tito passing through U.S. pavilion of International Trade Fair in Yugoslavia, 4.
  • H-P Moves Ahead with Ways and Means of Producing More with Less Effort, Lee Seligson (H-P Training Coordinator), 7.
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part IV of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 8.
  • Vacation Scheduling
  • Sick Leave Policy
  • Hewlett-Packard School Give-Away Program, Carl Anderson, 10.

12/60

  • A Christmas Message from Dave and Bill, 2.
  • All Considered–A Most Successful Year
  • Market–Increasingly Competitive
  • The Russian Threat
  • We Must Meet the Challenge
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part V of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 6.
  • Regarding Leave of Absence
  • Military
  • Jury Duty
  • Death
  • Pregnancy
  • Terminations
  • Rehiring