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in Clarence third village and the he he having which the rebuilding D. been was to a PARTY OF SIX ARRJVE For Inspection Of General Machinery Plants A.Y.CTIU6IN In Charge Of AH Railway Repair Shops In , U.S.S.R. Hamilton had as its guest Monday, one of the outstanding leaders in Russia--Alexander V. Sevriugin, Member of the Collegium Council, People's Commissariat of Ways and Communications, in charge of all railroad repair / chops in the United States of .Soviet Russia. This distinguished guest, accompanied by a party of six, visited Hamilton to inspect methods employed ty the General Machinery company, of - Hamilton, in the machine tool industry. Prom Hamilton ie has gone to railroad shops at Cumberland, Md. The recognition of Hamilton's Importance in industry is found in an official here 'by this representative from Soviet Hussia who las been touring tue important industrial centers of this country for ;wo months and who will return to Russia with his newly-gained information within 30 days. Alexander iScvriugiu arrived in Hamilton Sunday night with his party of sis, fc\vo of whom are interpreters. Monday he visited the eneral Machinery' company's offices and the plants of the Nile* Tool Works company and the Hooven, Owens, Ecntschler eonir pany. Luncheon Guests At noon Monday, the party was entertained at luncheon at the ^ Hamilton, curb and in the evening at dinner at tho Maketewau country oliib, by officials of the General Machinery Corporation. The purpose of this visit was not for the purchase of materials but rather that this representative of the Collegium Council might inquire, in detail, into the operation of railroads in this country and tho methods of repair. The members-, of this 'party o£ guests spoke with praise of Hamilton' and of the-information that had been gained here regarding tho machine tool industry.

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  1. Hamilton Evening Journal,
  2. 13 Oct 1931, Tue,
  3. Page 12

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