PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Jan. 20, 1958

¶ Max Robb, 62, was elected president of City Stores Co. in a shake-up by Philadelphia Financier Albert M. Greenfield, 70, who has controlled the sixth-ranking department and specialty-store chain for 26 years. Robb, who started at twelve as a stockboy, stepped up from heading Philadelphia's Lit Bros., biggest of the chain's eleven major links, which range from New York's Franklin Simon to New Orleans' Maison Blanche. An aggressive merchandiser, Robb will try to streamline operations while Greenfield concentrates on expanding outlets. In the six months ending last July, the chain...

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