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International Paint

Names Donald S. Otto

Donald S. Otto

Wm. Norman Duncan, vice president and general sales man- ager, has announced the appoint- ment of Donald S. Otto as mar- keting manager for the Heavy

Marine Division of International

Paint Company, Inc., New York,


Mr. Otto, a graduate of Cornell

University, has a broad back- ground in the chemical and plas- tics industries where he has held positions in commercial develop- ment, sales and marketing with some of the nation's largest cor- porations. Most recently, he was employed by St. Regis Paper

Company in a sales management capacity.

Mr. Otto is a member of the

American Chemical Society, the

Chemical Marketing & Economics

Division, Society of Plastics En- gineers, Chemical Marketing Re- search Association, Chemical In- dustry Association, and The North

American Society for Corporate


As marketing manager, Mr.

Otto will be based at the com- pany's New York City headquar- ters, where he will assume com- plete responsibility for the total marketing function of the Heavy

Marine Division.

Anixter-Mark Announces

Five-Way Ratchet Mount

Anixter-Mark, an industry leader in the development and manufacture of communications antennas for over 25 years, has announced a new Marine Five-

Way Ratchet Mount.

The mount is fully brass with triple chrome plating for long life and maximum corrosion re- sistance.

The hardware is all stainless steel to insure that nothing on the mount will deteriorate over the years.

The mount is topped with the standard marine thread of 1"-14 to allow it to be used with most marine antennas. Mount also in- cludes Neoprene pad between mount and mounting surface to prevent damage.

Completely universal in mount- ing and flexibility. Moves five ways so it can be mounted in any position and moved to suit the mounting. Fits both deck and bulkhead mounting. Fits all canted decks and sloped bulkheads. A quick flip of the lever allows the antenna to be laid low and locked in place for low passage. Flip the lever back and the antenna is raised and locked in place with a positive lever action. The lower rachet allows adjustment for canted decks.

For further information, write

Jerry Howard, Sales Manager,

Anixter-Mark, 5439 West Fargo,

Skokie, 111. 60076.

Towing Winches Catalog

Offered By Skagit

Skagit Corporation, leading manufacturer of marine towing and mooring machinery, offers a new color catalog containing com- plete details on the company's full line of towing winches.

The booklet provides pictures and large arrangement drawings of the Skagit waterfall towing winches and side-by-side towing winches. Complete specifications for all six models are shown. De- tailed descriptions are included of the uni/control system, a power coordinated brake - clutch - throttle control system, and the optional levelwind system.

For your free copy, write Fred

W. Holder, Skagit Corporation,

P.O. Box 151, Sedro-Woolley,

Wash. 98284. for Raytheon Radar


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