THE ADMINISTRATION: Millionaires' Row

Harry Truman reached down into millionaires' row last week to find men for jobs where millions are spent for worthy purposes.

E. Roland Harriman, 54, son of the late Railroad Builder E. H. Harriman, younger brother of Presidential Adviser Averell Harriman, was named president of the American Red Cross, succeeding General George C. Marshall, who will resign Dec. 1. A partner in his family's Wall Street banking firm (Brown Bros., Harriman), Yaleman ('17) Harriman is chairman of the board of Union Pacific Railroad, directed the 1949 Red Cross fund campaign.

Nelson Rockefeller, 42, hard-working second of John D. Jr.'s five...

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