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Nolte Named Marketing

Director For PM&O

Lines Of San Francisco

Philippines, Micronesia & Ori- ent Navigation Company (PM&O

Lines) has announced the appoint- ment of Thomas L. Nolte as direc- tor, marketing

Mr. Nolte will be responsible for coordinating all marketing re- search and development, and will report directly to J.J. Hoban, vice president, marketing.

PM&O Lines operates the only containerized, direct shipping service from the U.S. West Coast and Hawaii to Micronesia.

Dennis Friesl Named

VP-Marketing For

SCNO Barge Lines and vice chairman of the Council's board of directors.

In addition, John L. Roper III, president, Norfolk Shipbuilding &

Drydock Corporation, was elected a member of the Shipbuilders

Council's Executive Committee.

He succeeds Peter S. Hepp, for- mer president, Sun Ship, Inc., and now group vice president, Sun

Company. Robert H. Campbell is the new Sun Ship president.

Shearson River Barge

Asks Title XI Aid For $4.4-Million Barge Order

Shearson River Barge Associ- ates V, New York, has applied for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the construction of 15 hopper barges. The 200-foot-long river barges will be used for gen- eral barge transportation on the

U.S. inland waterway system.

Cargo Carriers Inc. of Minne- apolis, Dravo Corp. of Pittsburgh, and Nashville Bridge Co. of Nash- ville will each build five of the barges. All the barges are sched- uled to be delivered before Oc- tober 1.

If approved, the Title XI guar- antee would cover $3,829,000, or 871/2 percent of the total actual cost of $4,376,900.

Dennis D. Friesl

Dennis D. Friesl has been elected vice president-marketing for SCNO Barge Lines, Inc. In making the announcement, Fred

S. Sherman, president of SCNO, said: "This promotion continues to emphasize SCNO's goal of ef- fective, personalized service in meeting the transportation needs of its many shippers."

Mr. Friesl began his SCNO ca- reer in 1972 as manager of the

Lemont terminal of SCNO Ter- minal Corporation. In 1974, he transferred to SCNO Barge Lines as the Chicago Area sales repre- sentative. Subsequently, he was promoted to regional sales man- ager.

French And Campbell

Named To Head NMC

Shipyard Council

At a recent meeting of the

Shipyard Council of the Nation- al Maritime Council, C. Larry

French, president, National Steel & Shipbuilding Company, and Ed- ward J. Campbell, president, New- port News Shipbuilding, were elected chairman and vice chair- man, respectively, succeeding

Shipbuilders Council president Ed- win M. Hood, and W.R. Phillips

Jr., vice president, marketing,

Newport News Shipbuilding.

These elections parallel recent restructuring of the Shipbuilders

Council, whereby shipbuilding in- dustry officials serve as chairman

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