PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Sep. 5, 1955

— Gale Benton Aydelott, 41, was named executive vice president of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad (his predecessor was Alfred Perlman, who moved on 18 months ago to become president of Robert R. Young's New York Central). Son of a railroadman and educated at the University of Illinois, Aydelott highballed up through the ranks from laborer to gang foreman and track inspector, became trainmaster in 1943 and general manager last year.

— Mark Winfield Cresap, 45, became executive vice president and heir presumptive at Westinghouse four years after he first went to work for the company. President Gwilym A. Price,...

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