Business: Personal File: Jun. 30, 1961

∙ When personable William Ginn, 46, was sentenced to a $12,500 fine and 30 days in jail for his part in the great electrical price-fixing conspiracy, he seemed doomed to banishment from the corporate big time. Ousted from his $125,000-a-year job as general manager of General Electric's turbine division, Ginn a month ago accepted the relatively humble position of assistant to McClure Kelley, president of Philadelphia's Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corp., makers of heavy machinery. Last week, Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton moved Kelley up to board chairman and Ginn (pronounced as in "begin") into the presidency. Ginn's new salary is still undisclosed, but former President Kelley made...

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