PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Nov. 12, 1956

¶ William Clay Ford, 31, whose sputtering Continental division was placed under Lincoln's wing three months ago, got a new job. He took over direction of Ford's overall styling program, which was one of the main jobs of Executive Vice President L. D. Crusoe, 61 (TIME, Oct. 8). until he had a heart attack Oct. 27.

¶ Merle Silas Jones, 51, was appointed president of CBS-Television, succeeding Jack L. Van Volkenburg, 53, who will retire Dec. 31. Born in Omaha, Jones graduated from the University of Nebraska Law School in 1029, three years later gave up...

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