Clipped From Hamilton Evening Journal
E, A, DEEDS FAVORS ENCOURAGEMENT OF STEEL PLANT Editor Hamilton Evening Journal, Dear Sir: In reference to the gas supply this city, which subject is of vital interest to all Hamilton citizens, I have received a letter from Col. A. Deeds, Chairman of the Executive Executive Committee of our company setting forth the importance to us of encouraging the completion of the coke plant at Coke Otto, which I am told can only be made profitable by the sale of gas as a by-product. As he points out, the cheaper coke and pig iron made possibl through this development would naturally result in increased business business which, in turn, would unable us to give employment to more As Colonel Deeds is well known here, I am inclosing a copy of letters which I trust you will iish in full, along with this letter. The Nilos Tool Works Company, Geo. G. Griest. General manager. July 10, 1925. New York, July 9, 1025. Mr. George G. Greist, Gen. manager. The Niles Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio. I am very much interested in what you had to say when you here in New York regarding the possibilities of getting cheaper coke and pig iron through the develop-, ment that is proposed at; Coke If it is.possible for such an arrangement arrangement to be worked out, it means a great deal to the Niles Works Company, and it may somewhat our distribution of work among our plants. Will you please give your personal personal attention to this matter, and me advised from time to time of developments. I am very much interested. interested. (Signed) E. A. Deeds Chairman of Executive Committee, Niles-Bement-Pond Co.