National Affairs: New Faces

Still hewing the beams of his Administration structure. President Eisenhower last week announced an unusual number of appointments and nominations. Ex-Senator Harry Cain of Washington and former Governor Thomas J. Herbert of Ohio were nominated to the Subversive Activities Control Board. As Democratic member of the Civil Service Commission, replacing Frances Perkins, the President named Frederick J. Lawton. Harry Truman's Budget Director. The departure of Madam Perkins, who was the nation's first woman Cabinet officer, coincided almost precisely with the swearing of Oveta Gulp Hobby as the second. At Mrs. Hobby's oath-taking as the first Secretary of Health. Education and...

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