PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Jul. 15, 1957

To fill a pair of important Government posts, President Eisenhower last week nominated two experienced administrators, who must still win Senate confirmation but already have wide approval from the businessmen with whom they will deal. The choices:

¶Frederick W. Ford, 47, was nominated to a seven-year term on the Federal Communications Commission, replacing retiring Chairman George C. McConnaughey, 61, as a member of the commission, but not in the top job. The senior post goes to John C. Doerfer, 52, a tough, middle-roading lawyer who has been an FCCommissioner since 1953. A West Virginian born and educated (West Virginia University, '31),...

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