PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Aug. 29, 1955

David E. Lilienthal, 56, longtime head of TVA and first chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, became chairman and chief executive officer of newly organized Development & Resources Corp. President of the company, backed by the Manhattan investment banking firm of Lazard Freres & Co., is Gordon R. Clapp, 49, who succeeded Lilienthal as TVA chairman and resigned recently as deputy city administrator of New York City. Development & Resources Corp. will act as a consultant to foreign governments in TVA-type river and land development programs, coordinate other private or public projects such as atomic-energy production in power-short countries.

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