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Harold Reinauer

Named Vice President

AWO Region Five

At the annual meeting; of the

American Waterways Operators,

Inc., Harold A. Reinauer (Reinauer

Transportation Companies, Inc.) was elected to replace James P. Mc-

Allister as regional vice president for 1974.

Two new directors were elected.

Robert M. Loftus, assistant vice president of Moran Towing Cor- poration will replace Thomas E.

Moran, who declined reelection be- cause of pressing business commit- ments, and Capt. Ivan Ashby, man- ager, Inland Waterways Opera- tions, Mobil Oil Corporation, was elected to replace Jack Aguero, whose corporate responsibilities are outside the inland marine industry.

Reelected to the board were

Francis B. Bushey, president of

Spentonbush Transport Service,

Inc., Ralph W. Hooper, vice presi- dent of Interstate Oil Transport

Co., and Harold A. Reinauer. After the regional business meeting, which included a wide-ranging dis- cussion of industry problems, more than 75 members, AWO friends and representatives of a number of

Federal agencies were hosted at a reception and luncheon. In addition to informal remarks by AWO offi- cials, informal remarks were given by Adm. B.F. Engel, Commander,

Eastern and Atlantic Area, United

States Coast Guard and Major

Gen. Richard H. Groves, North At- lantic Division Engineer, Army

Corps of Engineers.

Brewer-Titchener Corp.

Promotes G.W. Ackley

G.W. Ackley

G.W. Ackley has been promoted to product manager of the Indus- trial Products Division at the

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, ac- cording to J. Ward Abbott, vice president for marketing and sales.

Mr. Abbott said Mr. Ackley will have various responsibilities for in- dustrial products hardware and custom forgings in a staff capacity.

He will report to John Malin, In- dustrial Products Division sales manager, and coordinate his activi- ties with other departments.

Mr. Ackley has been associated with Brewer-Titchener since 1959 as a customer service representa- tive and sales engineer.

Brewer-Titchener is a major man- ufacturer of tackle blocks and wire rope and chain hardware for the marine and industrial markets. The firm also has a top reputation as a manufacturer of quality electrical transmission hardware, and is a subsidiary of the Joslyn Mfg. &

Supply Co., Chicago, 111.

Marine Society To Hold 204th Annual Dinner

The oldest maritime society in the United States, The Marine So- ciety of the City of New York, will hold its 204th Annual Dinner on

April 8, 1974, at the Plaza Hotel in

New York City.

Capt. Harry G. Newak Jr., 1st vice president and chairman of the dinner, announces that the recep- tion will be held from 6:30 to 7 :30 p.m., followed by dinner in the

Grand Ballroom at 7 :30 p.m. Reser- vations may be made by calling the

Marine Society, 80 Broad Street,

New York, N.Y., (212) 944-9196.

The guest of honor will be an- nounced at a later date, well in ad- vance of the dinner. The speaker will cover topics of interest to mod- ern-day maritime problems. Assist- ing Captain Newak as vice chair- men will be Capt. F.W. Lunenburg,

Capt. S.M. Seledee, and Capt. Da- vid Conwell. Proceeds from the dinner are presented annually to the Mariners Family Home on

Staten Island,

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