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a of on S30 with to to lie razor iÂ» five alleged the empty the that h Willard McMahon showing Ho retired said to WINS AFTER FIGHT LASTING TWO YEARS KARL J. HEPT1NG NEW PIGIRON RATEINEFFCET Effort* of Karl J. Hepting to Result in Savnigs for Local Firms Karl J. Hepting-, chairman of the Pig Iron Kate Committee of tlie Traffic Council of the Chamber of Commerce advises that the fifteen cent reduction on pig iron goe s into effect tcday. This rate reduction of fifteen cents is on shipments of pig iron from Detroit Cleveland and Toledo, to Hamilton. Hamilton foundrie 9 will save about $9,000.00 by this new rate which goes into effect today. As a result of this reduction additional reductions from other iron producing points will be secured it is believed. This great saving to the foundry- men of Hamilton is the result of years' effect by Mr. Hepting, Chairman of the Traffic Council pig Iron Committee. He has been assisted by Mr. Harold Black, Traffic Manager, Hooyen Owens Rentschler Co., II. T. Ratliff, Traffic Manager, Champion Coated Paper Co., and Chairman of the Traffic Council and Donald L. Mitchell, Secretary of the Council. Other officera and directors of the Traffic Council who assisted in securing this rale reduction arc Mr. K. A. Ross, Traffic Manager, Her-' ring-Hall Marvin Safe Co., and Vice- Chairman of the Council, Mr. Frank J. Beckett, Sccertary-treasurer Beckett Paper Co., and Treasurer of Traffic Council, and Mr. W. A. Kohler, Traffic Manager, Estate Stxive Co. . These Hamilton concerns will benefit by this reduction; Niles Tool Works Co., Hoovcn-Oowens- Rentschler Co., Hamilton Foundry and Machine Co., II. P. Deuscher Co., Estate Stove Co., Blnck-Claw- ton Co,, American Foundry and Machine Co., Central Foundry Co., Advance Foundry Co., Iron City Fojn- dry Co., Buckeye Foundry nnd Mfg. Co.