Nation: Change & Chatter

The announcement of Henry Cabot Lodge's appointment was made by a White House press secretary who had himself been appointed only five hours before. He is Bill D. Moyers, 31, who will take on the press secretary's job in addition to his duties as President Johnson's top administrative assistant and occasional speechwriter. Moyers will fill in for George Reedy, 47, who took a leave of absence that seemed likely to be permanent.

The Taylor-Lodge, Reedy-Moyers switches were only two in a whole series of Administration changes. Among the others:

>Air Force Secretary Eugene Zuckert, 53, resigned, giving way to Harold Brown, 37, the...

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