Business & Finance: Personnel: Feb. 13, 1933

Last week the following were news: Arthur Reynolds, 64, longtime chairman of Chicago's Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. who resigned last May because "the dampness of the climate here affects my ears," was elected vice chairman of foggy San Francisco's Bank of America N. T. & S. A., fifth largest U. S. bank. His friends hoped he was slated for the chairmanship now held by Amadeo Peter Giannini. As vice chairman he will be the bank's chief executive officer.

Said Banker Reynolds in Chicago last week: "I'm going to San Francisco...

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