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DAYTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (Continued from page 51) exemplified by Harry R. Hall, who took the reins in February of 1949. Events such as the National AAU Track and Field Meet and the National Aircraft Show are but two of the events sponsored by the Chamber to bring national attention to Dayton. As 1953 is the 50th Anniversary of Powered Flight and Ohio's Sesquicentennial year, the Chamber is especially proud to co-sponsor with the Air Foundation of Cleveland, the nation's foremost aircraft show. "OHIO'S SESQUICENTENNIAL" (Continued from page 25) Patterson and Alfred Kelly (father of Ohio's canals and railroads)—who are outstanding sons of Ohio. [[ Image ]] Harvey S. Firestone, Jr., and Governor Frank J. Lausche The Executive Committee of the Ohio Sesquicentennial Commission includes Governor Frank J. Lausche, chairman ex-officio; Harvey S. Firestone, Jr., chairman of the board, The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, chairman; Roger B. Ferger, president and publisher, Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati, vice chairman; William P. Kennedy, president, Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, Cleveland, vice chairman; Erwin C. Zepp, director, Ohio State Museum, Columbus, executive secretary; Bishop A. J. Allen, Cleveland; State Representative Henry W. Deming, Granville; Clyde T. Foster, president, The Standard Oil Company (Ohio), Cleveland; Robert Lazarus, president, F & R Lazarus & Company, Columbus; State Senator D. A. Liggitt, Belle Center; J. A. Meckstroth, editor, Ohio State Journal, Columbus; and H. H. Timken, Jr., vice president, Timken Roller Bearing Company, Canton. Other members of the Commission are Senator Arthur Blake, Martins Ferry; Senator Albert L. Daniels, Greenfield; Zolton Gombos, publisher, Cleveland; Senator James C. Headley, Cincinnati; Dr. E. C. Hesser, curator, Crestline Museum, Crestline; Dr. Clyde Hissong, superintendent of public instruction, Ohio Department of Education, Columbus; Representative George M. Hook, Jr., Georgetown; Mrs. J. Burlin Johnson, member, Board of Directors, General Federation of Women's Clubs, Dayton; Kenneth C. Long, president, Dayton Power & Light Company, Dayton; Miss Rhea McCarty, executive secretary, Ohio Development & Publicity Commission, Columbus; Representative Arthur H. Milleson, Freeport; Representative Opal J. Mundy, Toledo; and Representative Harold W. Oyster, Marietta. NATIONAL AIRCRAFT SHOW 1200°F..1500°F..2000° [[ Image ]] CPI super high-temp thermal switch [[ Image ]] FASTER RESPONSE DUE TO LOWER THERMAL MASS MAINTAINES UNUSUALLY CLOSE TEMPERATURE CALIBRATION OPERATING TEMPERATURES TO 1700°F OVERSHOOT TO 2000°F MAXIMUM VIBRATION RESISTANCE CONSTRUCTED OF HIGH TEMPERATUE ALLOYS LIGHTEWIGHT (Approx. 6 ounces) PLATNUM IRIDIUM CONTACTS FOR LONG LIFE CPI Thermal Switches withstand any degree of overshoot or undershoot up to the ability of the metal to resist temperature rise. All welded construction eliminates moving parts. Particularly adapted to jet aircraft and turbine engines. Over a quarter century of thermal engineering experience to help solve your temperature control problems. CONTROL PRODUCTS INC 306 SUSSEX STREET HARRISON NEW JERSEY 53
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