ANAHEIM, Calif., Jan. 28 – C. V. Wood-Jr., vice-president and general manager of Disneyland, Inc., here, has resigned effective February 1 and will organize a new company in research planning and marketing of television productions.

A representative of Disneyland said that the resignation was "five months ahead of schedule," explaining that Wood had agreed to stay for the first year, which would have ended July 16. No replacement will be made. A committee will handle future organization and policy problems.

Wood was one of the first on the Disneyland payroll. He directed the Stanford Research Institute, which surveyed the basic requirements and location for the park. The television marketing agency will be known as Telesearch, Inc