PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Jul. 1, 1957

¶ James Cope, 53, moved into the No. 4 spot at Chrysler Corp. with a new job as vice president of corporate market planning and a big responsibility for keeping Chrysler out ahead of the style parade. Born in Italy, where his father, a Philadelphian, was living temporarily, Cope came to the U.S. to stay in 1915, went to work as a newspaperman at 19, first for the Asheville, N.C. Citizen and later for the Associated Press in Washington. Moving over to organize a public relations staff for the Automobile Manufacturers Assn., he...

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