PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Jun. 6, 1955

¶Roy H. Glover, 64, stepped into the board chairmanship of the Anaconda Copper Mining Co., the world's No. 2 copper producer (behind Kennecott), succeeding Cornelius F. Kelley (TIME, May 30). Glover got a law degree at the University of Oregon in 1915, served as a sergeant in World War I. In 1919 he hung out his shingle in Great Falls, Mont., representing among others Montana Power, Great Northern Railway, Anaconda. He joined Anaconda's legal department full time in 1943, and within eight years was general counsel and a vice president. Recently, Glover skillfully helped resolve thorny difficulties over taxes and...

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