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and of securing and C. years return N. Y. recreation of for to been to by $260, in suit by estate Hamilton Plant To M a d e Important C e n t e r Of Company's Activity Col. E. A. Deeds An announcement that is of interest to Hamilton from an industrial standpoint, is the announcement that Col. E. A. Deo Is, of ion, has been selected cihairman of ;he executive committee of the 8emcnt-Pond company, a corporation, capitalized a-t '$35,000,000 of which tho Nilos Tool Works company, of Hamilton, is an' important part. At the present time, plans are being considered to make even greater the work of the Hamilton plant in the company's operations. It is the purpose, according to Trard received here, to restore to the Hamil;on industry the-importance in this company that it occupied several years ago and that has beem id gradually during lilje past year. The concern operates the Niles Tool works at Hamilton 0., -the Benent Works at Philadelphia, the 5 ond works at Plainfield, N. J., he Platt and Whitney Co., of !ord, Conn, -the Bertram plant at rTarailton, Ont. and London, Ont., nd three ut'its located in Kidge- ray, Pa., Nice, Pa., and Philadel- hia. The latter is a Crane plant. ' Cnllen President James K. Cullen, president of organization will remain in this Dacity at the request of Col. Deeds. . Cullen now resides in New and is a frequent visitor in Hamilton. In discussing the matter -Saturday evening, Col. Deeds, said, "It s true that I Slave., accepted the chairmanship of the executive com(Continued on Page- 15.)

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  1. Hamilton Evening Journal,
  2. 04 May 1925, Mon,
  3. Page 16

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