Business & Finance: Personnel: Sep. 28, 1931

Last week the following were news:

Edward Laton Fuller, 27, was elected president of International Salt Co. of Scranton, succeeding his father, the late Mortimer Bartine Fuller. Milo M. Belding, former vice president, was made chairman. International is the world's largest salt producer, supplies about 25% of the U. S. consumption of rock and evaporated salt. During the first half of this year International earned (before Federal taxes) $399,000 against $322,000 in 1930's corresponding period.

Winthrop Williams Aldrich, president of Chase National Bank, succeeded Albert Henry Wiggin, chairman of Chase's governors, on the...

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