THE ADMINISTRATION: New Faces at Interior

True to form, cagey Interior Secretary Douglas McKay did a lot of close-to-the-vest picking & choosing before he decided what men he wanted for what departmental jobs. Not until last week, after the other cabinet officers were already on the field with their new lineups, was the list of top Interior Department appointees solid. With the President's approval, McKay tabbed:

¶ Ralph Arnold Tudor, 50, California engineer, to be Under Secretary. A West Point graduate, Tudor left the Army in 1929 for a career in civil engineering, got to be head of his own San Francisco firm (specialties: bridges, roads)....

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