THE PRESIDENCY: Changes in the Works

Four original members of the Eisenhower Cabinet have prevailed on Ike to accept their resignations some time during the spring or summer. Each of the four had wanted to quit at the end of the first Eisenhower Administration, had agreed to stay on to help get the second term on the road—and until a suitable replacement was found. The departing:

Treasury's George Humphrey, 66, trusted Ike friend and adviser, who has promised to stay until the Administration's $71.8 billion budget is approved. Though Humphrey intends to retire, he can be persuaded to...

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