PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Aug. 3, 1953

$#182;Frank Kiggins White, 53, president of the National Broadcasting Co., who succeeded Joseph McConnell only six months ago, resigned "for reasons of health," and his duties were temporarily taken over by RCA-NBC Chairman David Sarnoff. White has been in ill health almost from the time he took over NBC, was forced to relinquish more and more of his duties.

¶George Friedland, 51, co-founder (with his elder brother, Board Chairman Samuel Friedland) of Food Fair Stores, seventh largest* retail food chain (1952 sales: $292.6 million), stepped down from the presidency and into the newly created post of vice chairman "for one...

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