i /} / n I AMCO NEWS 4*1 McIntyre is plant manager Williamson McIntyre Ted Williamson, Jr. has been na.med presi dent of Adams-Millis Fabrics; he succeeds Jack C. Shoffner who resigned his post on January 25. Williamson, who has been with the Fabrics JJivision as vice president of manufacturing Since July of 1973, previously had been general manager of the Washington, N. C. industrial National Spinning Company. Before hat, he had been vice president of manufactur- mg and a partner of Spanco Industries, Inc. , of neenville, S. C., and director of manufactur- mg for the women's wear apparel and men's ''"ear apparel division of Deering-Milliken. He is the father of three children, one of ^ om is a nurse and the other two students at me University of South Carolina. Shoffner will serve out his term as a direc- of Adams-Millis Corporation and will act as ^n advisor to the company. Carl L. McIntyre has been promoted to the Position of plant manager of the Adams-Millis ^ abrics Haw River plant. He was plant manager S & s Knitting Mills prior to its acquisition by dams-Millis Corporation. He has been with ■^'M Fabrics since August of 1973. Carl is married and has three children. His ^ife, Lucy, is employed by Western Electric in 'Arlington. He enjoys sports, especially golf ^nd dancing. Gordon GORDON APPOINTED HOSIERY INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER C. Douglas Gordon has been named industrial engineer for Adams- Millis Hosiery Company, according to an announce ment by Jon Wallner, senior vice-president of the company. Gordon has been ®*^g^ged in industrial engineering since his graduation from Allen Jay High School. While holding full time jobs, he has attended Guilford College, High Point College and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, majoring in economics. His successful leadership in industrial en gineering includes lay-outs for three plant expan sions, incentive maintenance, and methods improvements. He has established time study standards, frequency checks, and employee training programs. He has also been instrumental in cost reduction programs including labor and material standards and costs, Douglas Gordon is a member of the American Institute of Industrial Engineers and the Inter national Management Council. He is married to the former Marianne Hutton, daughter of Marion Hutton, sales representative of Adams-Millis Hosiery. The Gordons have two children; a daughter, Jeni and a son, Michael. They are members of Springfield Friends Church. HOW TO BOIL WATER Bring water to boil, then reduce the heat. Once water boils, it gets no hotter - it just uses more electricity. A LOAD DAY Save your dishes until you have a full load for dishwasher. Try to limit your use to one load a day - preferably after the evening meal. And always measure dishwasher detergent exactly.