THE ADMINISTRATION: Appointments

President Eisenhower last week added these names to his official family:

¶ Georgia's retired Democratic Senator Walter George as his special assistant (with the rank of ambassador) to be a presidential emissary to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and adviser on "development and implementation of bipartisan foreign policy." Salary: $20,000 a year.

¶ James T. O'Connell, a business executive from Upper Montclair, N.J., as Under Secretary of Labor (at the same time that fellow New Jerseyite James P. Mitchell announced that he will continue as Secretary of Labor). O'Connell succeeds Presidential Speechwriter Arthur Larson, now director of the United States Information...

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