APPOINTMENTS: Two For the Roster

President Eisenhower last week filled two longstanding, glaring vacancies on his official roster:

CJ To be Solicitor General of the U.S. (the Government's lawyer in cases before the Supreme Court), Simon Ernest Sobeloff, 59, Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals. A son of Russian-born Jewish parents. Judge Sobeloff is a liberal Republican whose accomplishments as Baltimore's city solicitor and Maryland's U.S. District Attorney have won bipartisan respect in his state. Eisenhower selected him for the job last October, but a factional feud with Governor Theodore Roosevelt McKeldin caused Maryland's Republican...

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