Business: Ganged

Henry Goldman Jr. whose father, before his retirement in 1917, was the Goldman of Goldman, Sachs, is a member of the New York Stock Exchange. For several years he has been the only "specialist'' in Celotex, in Ohio Oil, in United Piece Dye Works. Fortnight ago he wrote a letter to Exchange President Richard Whitney suggesting reforms in Exchange practices. Far more startling, he wrote also to the Senate Committee on Banking & Currency recommending that the Government establish a board of two Senators, two brokers, two businessmen, to regulate exchanges.


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