PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, may 10, 1954

¶ Thomas E. Millsop, 55, who entered the steel business at 14 as a 10 ¢an-hour, open-hearth laborer, was elected president of National Steel Corp., fifth largest U.S. producer of steel. Millsop left the mills before he was 19 to become a Marine pilot during World War I. After his discharge, he barnstormed the country as a stunt flyer, returned to the steel business and worked his way up from riveter to production manager at Standard Tank Car Co. He was later hired as a salesman for Weirton Steel Co. (a National...

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