Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 12
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April 6, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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Section 3 Paget 19.22 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Snetol MMMM Established January 15, 1836, ALTON, ILL,, THURSDAY, APRIL 6,1961. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Pnm Olin Mathfe§on Forms New Organic Division Formation of an Organics division wltH 0. J. C. Copps, corporate vie* president, as general manager, was announced today by Stanley de J. Osborne. president of Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. All. activities of Olin's Energy division have been consolidated chemicals plant. Htetldlmayr, a former Altonian, was located at the East Alton plants for 11 years before Rev. Spencer ResignsFrom Medora Post MEDORA The Rev. Ward Spencer resigned as pastor of Mt transferred to New York in 19.58(Pleasant Baptist Church in Me financial officer 1 for the Finer-Jdm H Sunday, closing a pastorate g\ division. The Organics divsiion manufactures a complete line of solvents 'of almost six years. His rosigna tion is effective April TO. He has accepted a call from thr and chemicals Intermediates, in-i Greater Cincinnati Association of chiding glycol and glyco! ethers. Baptists in Cincinnati, O., to be ethylehe oxide, glycerine, a complete Hne of explosive fuses and blasting caps, ball powder, ammonium nitrate, machinery for breaking out coal with compressed air, solid propellants, jet engine starters, gas genertaors and propellent Ignition switches. Au' tomotive chemicals include brake fluid and a complete line of radi ator chemicals. director of juvenile rehabilitation. The juvenile rehabilitation workei serves as liaison between the courts and the churches in projecting a program of rehabilitation at the court level in cooperation with the local churches. Expansion Studied By Olin Engineering studies are now being madp at. Olln's East Alton and NPU- HHVTII, Conrt., plants of nil avnflahlr properNes In anti-| ripiilion nf modernization and ex-j pnnwon. of 'brass manufacturing farllitif's. Olln's annual report called the; proposed modernization and ex-j pansion "a major program designed not only to maintain Olln's I eminent quality position, but alsoj to provide customers with an expanded and more modern line of products. Reduction of production | costs and Improved efficiencies' are also Included in this program,'! In addtiion to the rehabilitation j mr report said, responsibilities he will also bcl Recently, reports had been cir NOBL HAMILTON MKDORA was re-eledrd president of thej R\ith Mission Circle Tuesday eve-1 ning at Bethel Baptist Church.; Mrs. Floyd Da IT was re-eleefed' first vice-president. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Lloyd Bowker, secretary treasurer; Mrs. Tom Ryder, vice- president for Christian training; Mrs. Lloyd Bowker, vice president of missions: Mrs. Wiley Johnson, vice president of Christian service. Mrs. Harold Bowman, coupon I chairman; Mrs. Howard Carroll, sunshine chairman, i Mrs. Alan Fricker conducted de-, j votions. Plans were made to at-, I tend the spring rally Tuesday at ; Ashland. 1 Mrs. Wiley Joiin.soij served re| freshments. ' I Kemper Class j MEDORA — Mrs. Jack Barkley , |and Mrs. Harold Fricker were, i hostesses to the Sunshine Class ofj j Kemper Baptist Church at the! i church Tuesday evening. Mrs. Le- j roy Gaffney, vice president, presided. Devotions were conducted by Mrs. Harold Fricker. Esther Class Meeting MEDORA — The Esther class of the Methodist Church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Marie Turner. Mrs. Ina French was assisting hostess. Mrs. E. T. Hunt conducted devo- j j tions and had charge of entertain- j Osborne said that John 0. Lo- ment - Refreshments were served i to 13 members and one visitor, j Mrs. Eldon Kahl. j Kemper Home Bureau ' MEDORA — Kemper .Home) Bureau will have an all-day meet- pnslor of Heritage Hills Baptist cu | a ( e( j that the company planned', Mission for the remainder of this; rar | v expansion in the Niagara! year. After a week of orienlation niva al East Alton, but these 1 in Chattanooga, Ti'iin.. and Louis-: were without confirmation, ville. Ky., he will assume his new 'ow^oma City is the^ nation", "' ork - second largest city in area. en- Mrs. .Spencer and three daugh-, compassin g _n 5 square mile.* Mrs- Alan Fricker I tors will remain in Medora until ! Los Angeles has 457.95 square 'miles. Houston 349 and New York 1319. Bethel Church Class Eleots Officers ends. "Telegraph Want 'lute "CLICK'" MILLINERY 3. L. WETZEL within the new division. The Organics division also includes the company's organic chemicals operations at Brandenburg, Ky., automotive and specialty chemicals facilities at Rochester, N.Y., and related sales and research activities. Division headquarters will be located at 460 Park Ave., 7.95 hots, new 3.98 8.95 hats, new 4.48 10.00 hats, new 5.00 12.95 hats, new 6.50 15.00 hats, new 7.50 18.95 hats, new 9.50 gan. corporate vice president, will continue as general manager of the Chemicals division which formerly included the organic chemicals operations. Copps had been general manager of the En-1 ing in Kemper HaM Monday ergy division. l ° a - m - wM a sack lunch Other officers in the newly formed division are: Norl Hamilton, vice president and special assistant to the general manager; G A. Stegelman. vice president, at at noon. There will be a craft program. Worms called pogonophores settle on the sea floor and secrete a tube around themselves, buildproduction: J. L. Wetzel. vlcej mg jt up yea r after year to a president, marketing; H. A. Bru-| height of perhaps five feet. The son, vice president, research: £• \pogonophores, which may reach a W'. Smith/vice president, product j length o{ 14 i nc hes, never leave* development. (Smith was former-, jt s self-built prison, but crawls ly general manager of the poly-| up anc j down inside, mer division of Borden Chemical Co.; Richard Hiendlmayr, financial officer; Edward Savage Jr.. counsel; S. J. Wommack, direc- tor'of research and engineering. Hamilton, Wetzel and Siegelman are being transferred from the East Alton plants to the company's New York offices at 460 Park Ave. Hamilton joined the former Olin Industries in 1945 as assistant to F. S. Eltred, then general manager of the company's Explosives division. Prior to joining Olin, he had been with' the King Powdor Co. as plant superintendent and had spent five years in the Army, ordnance department, being discharged as a major. Resident manager for a yeir of Badger Ordnance Works, operated by Olin at Baraboo, Wise., he returned to East Alton in 1952 to become general manager of the Explosives division. Since 1952 he has been vice president and general manager ol all ex- ploslvei operations. He has degrees in mechanical engineering and chemical engineering from the University of Cincinnati. Wetzel joined Olin in 1959 as director of sales, explosives operations. He had been with the Atlas Powder Co., Wilmington, Del., for 23 years. With Atlas, he rose from salesman to district manager. He attended the United States Naval Academy and the graduate school of sales management and marketing, Rutgers University. He was officer in charge of the Naval Demolition Research Unit at Fort Pierce, Fla., during World War Siegelman, who has been direc- toi of explosives operations, joined the Olin organization in 1957 as an executive tor operations and construction engineering. He was formerly director, liquid fuels operations, and more recently director of research and engineering for the Energy division. 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