PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Jun. 21, 1954

¶ Richard Weil Jr., 46, onetime president of Macy's Manhattan store (world's largest) and advocate of "practical thinking" and "trained intuition" for solving management problems, was appointed chairman of the new five-man operating committee for Schenley Industries, Inc. (biggest U.S. distillery). Yaleman Weil, grandson of one of Macy's founders, resigned from Macy's after a year of falling profits and a money-losing price war on fair-trade merchandise. Since then he has been serving as unpaid president of the National Association for Mental Health.

At Schenley, Weil will work under Board Chairman Lewis Rosenstiel and President Ralph Heymsfeld. ¶ Arthur K. Watson,...

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