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www.americanradiohistory.com Within the ire Sf f 1l l 24 o o > c U,nU oa úS; V u `-- - O 0> O..N 2' c_ÑC .0 O` z cp ú I- c -uh >.cp Z O J CFú - -U- á 0Ç po O u - a, l.1 j 7 c TO.O- Q -t O O v, h O Ql 3 u I- _a ,Ó°ui2a5 y - L C.-.._: t7 ,nn cc 0 ._ c c ui °- = - = t - - c W 0 - E v = %'--, v= - Á % e _ _ ç o` _ --'_° ==Á o v m F- m Q C ,. í = v U ó ç w o RAY C. COMPTON has been named assistant sales manager of Weller Electric Corporation. He will cover, primarily, the hardware and automotive markets. Prior to joining the organization, Mr. Compton was with the consumer products division of Monsanto Chemical Co. and most recently with Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Company. A native of Washington. D. C.. Mr. Compton was formerly with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He was an agent from 1941 to 1949. * * * RICHARD DEUTSCH and ROBERT CORTES are now eastern and western sales supervisors. respectively. of Channel Mnxter Corp. . . . HERBERT A. FRANK has been named director of sales, Gunn° Products. Inc. . . . DR. W. CRAWFORD DUNLAP is now director of semiconductor research for the research division of Raytheon Manufacturing Company . . . Erie Resistor Corporation has named GEORGE P. FRYLING. II vice - president, manufacturing, and GEORGE F. KEMPF vice- president and general manager of Erie Resistor of Canada. Ltd.. a subsidiary of the organization GEORGE F. HARTMAN, Colonel, U.S.A.F. Ret., has been appointed vice - president in charge of sales for Trod Electronics Corp. * O * NEIL W. TURNER has been promoted to the position of director of product planning for the Heath Company, Benton Harbor, Michigan. Prior to this he was the firm's merchandising manager. In his new capacity, Mr. Turner will administer the company's new products development program and its market research activities. He has been with the organization since 1950. Li addition, Robert K. Swander was advanced from purchasing agent to director of purchasing. Ellis Grear is now the new purchasing agent. * * .. P. R. MALLORY & CO. INC. has formed a new subsidiary company P. R. MAL- LORY INTERNATIONAL INC., for the purpose of managing foreign activities and interests . . . An agreement on terms for the acquisition of ALTEC COMPANIES, INC. stock by LING ELEC- TRONICS, INC. has been announced . . AMPHENOL -BORG ELECTRONICS COR- PORATION has formed a separate division to be known as AMPHENOL DIS- TRIBUTOR DIVISION . TELECHROME MANUFACTURING CORP. has merged with ENCAPSOR PRODUCTS INC. The latter will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary. * s ELECTRONIC REPRESENTATIVES ASSO- CIATION (ERA) will operate the message and directory service at the 1959 Electronic Parts Distributors Show. Up -to -date methods will assure swift. effective communication among the more than 12.000 industry members expected. Closed- circuit, fixed - focus TV will be employed to page visitors in the exhibition hall, display rooms, lobbies, meeting rooms, and similar locations throughout the hotel. Visitors will leave and pick up messages at an information center at the show. * s R. H. ROGERS has been appointed to the post of advertising and sales promotion manager of National Company. He comes to the company from Laboratory for Electronics where he was public relations director and advertising manager. He is also a former associate editor of "Power Engineering Magazine." Prior to that, Mr. Rogers spent ten years with General Electric Company as an engineer, editor, and technical consultant to the advertising and sales promotion divisions. EARL F. BROTHIER leas assumed his new duties as assistant advertising manager for Heath Company . .. Cancer - tapes, Inc. has appointed PAUL FLYNN to the newly created position of promotion manager . The appointment of ELMER J. PERRY to the newly created post of manufacturing manager of the semiconductor division of Sylvania Electric Products Inc. has been announced ... LEON ROBBIN has been elected to the board of directors of P. R. Mallory & Co. Inc.... Acoustira Associates. Inc. has announced the following appointments: GERALD M. HEN - RIKSEN is now executive vice- president; RALPH REYNOLDS is general manager of the eastern division and continues as vice- president and director of the company; FRANK P. DeLUCA is general manager of the western division and a director of company, as well as continuing as a vice -president; and STANLEY R. RICH is vice- president of the firm and continues as president ELECTRONICS WOPID

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