Business: Personnel: Jul. 6, 1936

Last week the following were news:

¶ National Steel Corp.'s Chairman Ernest Tener Weir is strong for hardboiled, hard-driving executives who, like himself, got their higher education at an open-hearth furnace, not in a classroom. Long has he had his eye on Thomas E. Millsop, who was holding down a job in a steel mill at 15. Last week Mr. Weir upped redhaired, jut-jawed.

Steelman Millsop to the presidency of his Weirton Steel Co., making him, at 37, the youngest chief executive in the business. Steelman Millsop quit an open-hearth job to spend three years as...

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