PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Nov. 26, 1956

¶ Robert William Galvin, 34, was elected president of Motorola Inc., replacing his father, Paul V. Galvin, 61, who becomes board chairman and remains chief executive officer of the company he founded 28 years ago. Born in Marshfield, Wis., young Bob went to work in Motorola's stockroom in 1940, has been with the company ever since, except for a hitch in the wartime Signal Corps. In 1954 Motorola muscled its way into the company of the TV giants (Philco, Admiral and RCA), now claims to be the nation's No. 1 radio-manufacturer. At the end of 1956's first nine months....

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