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[[image - black and white headshot photograph of Jon E. Herbert]]

The appointment of Jon E. Herbert as Davenport District Manager of the Ford Motor Company Parts and Service Division was announced by T. J. O'Halloran, Central Region Manager, in Kansas City, Mo.

Mr. Herbert, who has been Assistant District Manager of the Davenport District since December, 1974, joined Ford in 1965 as an accountant in the Ford Division. He held various sales and administrative positions in the Ford Parts and Service Division's Detroit, Mich., and Buffalo, N.Y. district offices.

[[image - black and white photograph of Renee Williams speaking into a handheld microphone]]

READY GUIDE - Renee Williams, a summer guide at Ford Motor Company's Guest Center in Dearborn, Mich., as visitors were bused to the Rouge manufacturing complex nearby. Ms. Williams, a sophomore at Wayne State University, was one of 21 local students hired by Ford to welcome summer visitors.

[[image - black and white headshot photograph of Tillman Dozier]]

Ford Motor Company has created three managerial positions as a part of its affirmative action program for the upward mobility of minorities and women and to further the company's equal opportunity objectives.

Tillman Dozier has been appointed Personnel Planning Manager—Minorities and Marion Corwell has been named Personnel Planning Manager—Women. Robert E. Stenberg has been appointed Equal Employment Planning Manager. All are within the company's Personnel and Organization Staff.

Mr. Dozier joined Ford in 1964 as a statistical analyst. He became Educational Affairs Program Coordinator in 1970, and Personnel and Organization Staff Educational Advisor in 1972. He has been Assistant Industrial Relations Manager for Ford's Trim Operations since last year.

[[image - black and white headshot photograph of Louis M. Callaway, Jr.]]

The appointment of Louis M. Callaway, Jr., as Plant Manager of Ford's Chicago Assembly Plant was announced today.

A native of Gary, Indiana, Mr. Callaway assumed his new position Thursday (October 28), less than nine months after he was named Assistant Plant Manager. He will supervise over 3,800 employees in the plant, at 12600 S. Torrence Ave., which manufactures Ford's Thunderbird.

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