Business & Finance: Personnel: May 1, 1933

Frank A. McKowne, president of Hotels Statler Co. Inc., Bernard Feurthmann Gimbel of Gimbel Bros. Inc., and William Francis Carey, president of Madison Square Garden Corp., were three of eight new directors of Manhattan's Fifth Avenue Coach Co. (buses) elected at the company's initiative to represent not the stockholders but "the public."

Newcomb Carlton, 64, president of Western Union Telegraph Co. was last week reported about to retire to the chairmanship, to be succeeded as president by Roy Barton White, president of Central Railroad of New Jersey.

Harrison P. Shedd (nephew of John Graves...

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