Business & Finance: Personnel: Nov. 6, 1933

Israel Edwin Leopold (Ed Wynn), president of Amalgamated Broadcasting System, organized last spring (after many postponements it began broadcasting in September), resigned his post. Announced reason: the discovery that he was a showman, not a businessman. Ota Gygi (Hun garian-born, onetime court violinist to Alfonso XIII) and Henry Goldman, businessman, who ran the company all summer while Mr. Wynn was in Hollywood, remain in charge. Ed Wynn became once more Texaco's broadcasting Fire Chief.

Samuel Ungerleider, onetime liquor wholesaler, retailer and rectifier, member of Fenner, Beane & Ungerleider, resigned to become president of...

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