Business & Finance: Personnel: Oct. 10, 1932

Last week the following were news:

Charles Beal Wig gin, cousin of Chairman Albert Henry Wiggin of Chase National Bank, was made chairman of Distributors Group, Inc., powered by President Hugh Long, sponsors of North American Trust Shares, largest fixed trust.

Charles Scribner, 42, third of line, was made president of Charles Scribner's Sons, 56-yr.-old publishing house.

The entire directorate of Middle West Utilities was replaced by a new board of ten operating men from subsidiary companies.

Clarence Benjamin Heiserman, 70, resigned as vice president and general counsel of Pennsylvania R. R., was retained as...

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