Business: Bullish Notes

> Charles Edwin Mitchell, onetime chairman of the National City Bank, who four years ago started over again at the bottom and is now chairman of Blyth & Co., last week settled (for an unrevealed sum) the Government's tax claim of $1,384,222 against him.

> Samuel Insull Jr., who lost most of his utility officerships in his father's colossal crash, resigned the last one—a $51,000-a-year job as assistant to Chairman James Simpson of Commonwealth Edison Co.— in order to make more money at insurance brokerage and settle his remaining $300,000 in debts.


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