Business: Personnel: Aug. 1, 1932

Last week the following were news :

Sir Henry Worth Thornton resigned as president of Canadian National Railways. His duties were taken over by Samuel James Hungerford.

William Benson Mayo, 66, resigned as chief engineer of Ford Motor Co. and vice president in charge of aviation. Associated with Henry Ford for 20 years, a close friend and adviser. Engineer Mayo said he plans a short vacation, will then devote himself to "engineering developments." During his work for the Ford Motor Co., Engineer Mayo, a keen-eyed man with big ears and tight lips, has been connected with...

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