Business & Finance: Personnel: Nov. 9, 1931

Last week the following were news:

William Larimer Mellon, nephew of Secretary of the Treasury Andrew William Mellon and chairman of Gulf Oil Corp. was elected a member of the executive committee of Westinghouse Electric 6 Manufacturing Co. He succeeds the late Harrison Nesbit, killed in an automobile accident.

John Daniel Hertz, Albert Davis Lasker and William Wrigley Jr. were elected to the board of Paramount Publix Corp. Mr. Hertz, retired founder of Yellow Cab Manufacturing Co. of Chicago, will be chairman of the finance committee. Asked whether...

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