PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Mar. 30, 1959

¶ H. (for Haakon) I. (for Ingolf) Romnes, 52, was elected president of Western Electric Co., manufacturing arm of A. T. & T., to succeed the late Arthur B. Goetze. Son of a Norwegian immigrant baker, Romnes went to work for the Bell System installing telephones during his senior year at the University of Wiscon sin, joined A. T. & T. when he graduated in 1928. Romnes became A. T. & T. chief of engineering in 1952, a vice president in 1955

¶ Albert M. Greenfield, 71, resigned as chairman of Bankers Securities Corp....

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