PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Mar. 12, 1956

¶ William Bynum, 53, moved up from executive vice president to president of Carrier Corp., maker of air-conditioning and refrigerating equipment. He succeeds Cloud Wampler, 60, who becomes board chairman and continues as chief executive officer. Bynum, an engineer from Alabama Polytechnic, joined Carrier in 1930, drifted from engineering to sales, was made general sales manager in 1948, executive vice president three years later.

¶ Alexander ("Sox") Calder Jr., 39, stepped into his father's shoes as president of Union Bag & Paper Corp., biggest U.S. maker of paper bags (1955 sales: a record $123 million). The elder Calder, 70, stays...

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