GOVERNMENT: The New Labor Board

For the first time since the National Labor Relations Board was formed in 1935, the board has a majority of Republican appointees. Last week President Eisenhower named Missouri-born Republican Albert C. Beeson. 47. industrial relations director of the Food Machinery & Chemical Corp.. San Jose, Calif., as the board's fifth member (he is Ike's third appointment).

Beeson. who succeeds resigned Board Member Paul L. Styles in the null year job, is a lecturer on industrial management at Stanford University, and onetime president of the California Personnel Management Association. The board, weighted almost throughout its history on the side of labor,...

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