PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Dec. 1, 1958

¶ Howard Stolpp Bunn, 58, executive vice president of Union Carbide Corp., second largest U.S. chemical company, became president, succeeding Morse G. Dial, 63, who moved up to chairman and continues as chief executive officer. A Philadelphia-born, Lehigh-educated ('20) chemist, Bunn is more salesman than scientist, has been executive vice president since 1955, is Dial's probable successor,

¶ Lewis Gruber, 63, president "since 1956 of P. Lorillard Co. (Old Gold, Kent, Newport), fourth largest U.S. tobacco manufacturer (first nine months' sales: $353 million), moved up to the vacant post of board chairman, but will continue as chief executive officer....

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