York Marine Department

  • Robert T. Young, president of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, a professional/ technical organization for members of the marine industry, has announced the following committee chairmen for 1977: Committee on Applications — chairman, Dr. William R. Porter, vice president and academic dean, SUNY Maritime College, Fort Schuyler, New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Awards — chairman, Alvin E. Cox, assistant to the president, J.J. Henry Co., Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Annual Banquet Committee — chairman, Norman R. Farmer, manager, Systems Analysis Department, George G. Sharp, Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Budget and Endowments— chairman, Rear Adm.

    Albert G. Mumma, USN (ret.), past president of the Society and management consultant, Short Hills, N.J.

    Annual Dinner Dance Committee— chairman, Robert P. Fulton, head Washington Division, Gibbs & Cox, Inc., Arlington, Va.

    Committee on Education — chairman, Rear Adm. Charles N.

    Payne, USN (ret.), president, Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, Glen Cove, N.Y.

    Committee on Fellows — chairman, Prof. Richard B. Couch, Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.

    Committee on Finance and Audit — chairman, John A. Livingston, chairman emeritus, Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, Glen Cove, N.Y.

    Committee on Journal of Ship Research — chairman, Ralph D.

    Cooper, head, Fluid Dynamics Program, Office of Naval Research, Department of the Navy, Arlington, Va.

    Committee on Marine Technology — chairman, E. Scott Dillon, consultant, Silver Spring, Md.

    Committee on Member Insurance— chairman, Robert Axelrod, vice president-finance, J.J. Henry Co., Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Membership — chairman, Lester Rosenblatt, president, M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Nominations — chairman, Rear Adm. L.V. Honsinger, USN (ret.), past president of the Society, and consultant, Todd Shipyards Corp., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Papers — chairman, Capt. Jack A. Obermeyer, USN (ret.), manager, Construction & Technical Development Division, Marine Department, Texaco Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Pension Plan —- chairman, Douglas C. MacMillan, consultant, General Dynamics/ Quincy S h i p b u i l d i n g Division, Quincy, Mass.

    Committee on Publications — chairman, Donald P. Courtsal, vice president and general manager, Dravo Corporation, Engineering Works Division, Neville Island, Pittsburgh, Pa.

    Committee on Scholarships — chairman, Capt. Robert E. Stark, USN (ret.), Gibbs & Cox, Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Sections—chairman, Monroe D. Macpherson, John J. McMullen Associates, Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Vice President-Technical and Research — Charles Zeien (to whom the Committee on Technical and Research Advance Planning, the Committee on Technical and Research Finance, and Administration and the Steering Committee on Technical and Research report), president, J.J.

    Henry Co., Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Technical and Research Advance Planning — chairman, Marvin Pitkin, assistant administrator for commercial development, Maritime Administration, Washington, D.C.

    Committee on Technical and Research Finance and Administration — chairman, John T. Gilbride, chairman, Todd Shipyards Corporation, New York, N.Y.

    Steering Committee on Technical and Research — chaired by Capt. Richards T. Miller, USN (ret.), advisory engineer, Oceanic Division, Westinghouse Electric Corp., Annapolis, Md.

    Hull Structure Committee — chairman, Alexander B. Stavovy, head, Advanced Ship Division, David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center, Bethesda, Md.

    Marine Systems Committee — chairman, Capt. William M. Nicholson, USN, (ret.), associate director, National Ocean Survey, NOAA, Rockville, Md.

    Ship Production Committee — chairman, Ellsworth L. Peterson, president, Peterson Builders, Inc., Sturgeon Bay, Wis.

    Ship Technical Operations Committee— chairman, Thomas J. Sartor Jr., assistant marine superintendent, Farrell Lines Incorporated, New York, N.Y.

    Ships' Machinery Committee— chairman, William O. Nichols, chief engineer, Central Technical Division-Shipbuilding, Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Sparrows Point, Md.

  • , Edmond J. Moran Jr. and W. Anthony Watt. Edmond Moran came to the company from States Marine Lines in 1971 to work in the sales department at the New York office. A graduate of Georgetown University, he was appointed vice president of Florida Towing Company in Jacksonville when that firm was acquired

  • was graduated in 1970 with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting from Bernard M. Baruch College of tHe City University of New York. He had joined Texaco in 1958 in the U.S. Marketing Department and transferred to the Marine Department in 1963. He was named assistant managerchartering

  • , E n g i n e e r i n g Works Division, Pittsburgh, Pa. Applications Committee — Arnold Stein, assistant to the presdent, M. Rosenblatt & Son, New York, N.Y. Awards Committee—Rear Adm. Kenneth E. Wilson Jr., USN(ret), Energy Venture Planning manager, Exxon E n t e r p r i s e s Inc., Florham Park

  • The Tri-State Regional Planning Commission and the New York Department of Transportation, Bureau of Ferries and General Aviation Operations, is engaged in a United States Department of Transportation, Urban Mass Transportation Administration Demonstration Project to test the feasibility of using

  • . The announcement was made by ABS chairman and president William N. Johnston following the recent annual meeting of the Board of Managers in New York. Dr. Liu joined ABS in 1966 as a surveyor on the Data Processing Staff in New York. In 1967 he was transferred to the Hull Technical Staff, and

  • Thomas J. Smith, president and chief executive officer, Farrell Lines Incorporated, One Whitehall Street, New York, N.Y. 10004, has announced the appointment of Capt. Alpha Moore as manager of the newly formed Marine and Cargo Claims Department. This new department has been created by consolidating

  • to Bantry, Ireland, in March 1975, from his position as director, construction-Spain, which he had held since 1970. He joined Gulf in 1941 in New York, and held a succession of positions including director, construction-Japan, 1967; manager, maintenance & repair, Gulf Oil Marine Agency, S.A., Antwerp

  • John W. Chandler has been named a vice president of Borg- Warner Corporation's York-International operation, York, Pa. He is responsible for all marine, military, and government sales of the c o m p a n y ' s air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment in the U.S. and international markets. In

  • persons attending the 60th Anniversary luncheon of the American Steamship Owners Mutual Protection and Indemnity Association at the Whitehall Club, New York City on September 8. Appearing as guest speaker, Mr. Blackwell said: "We at Mar- Ad are pleased that you are continuing to provide American shipowners

  • president of the American Bureau of Shipping, was elected a vice president of ABS at the semiannual meeting of the board of managers held in New York City, chairman and president Robert T. Young announced. The election takes effect November 1. Mr. Stiansen joined the international ship classification

  • Thomas E. Moran, chairman and president of Moran Towing and Transportation Company of New York City, has announced the retirement of Lloyd R. Graham as vice president of marketing and sales, and the election of Robert M. Loftus to that position. Mr. Loftus, a 1953 graduate of the State University of

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