National Affairs: Appointments

Named last week to important posts in the Eisenhower Administration:

MRS. OSWALD BATES LORD, 48, campaign-time co-chairman of the national Citizens for Eisenhower-Nixon organization, to be U.S. representative on the U.N. Human Rights Commission, succeeding Eleanor Roosevelt, resigned. A flour heiress (Pillsbury Mills) with brains (Phi Beta Kappa at Smith College), efficient Mary Lord is the wife of a prosperous Manhattan textile manufacturer, mother of two sons, and a likely contender for the title of New York City's No. 1 committeewoman. Among her top posts: wartime chairman of Civilian Advisory Committee for the Women's Army Corps, president of the National Health Council,...

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