PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Nov. 28, 1955

CJ Major General Charles Trueman Lanham (ret.), 53, Dwight Eisenhower's chief press officer in SHAPE (and "prototype" of Colonel Cantwell, hero of Hemingway's Across the River and Into the Trees), is slated to be board chairman of Colt's Manufacturing Co., which was taken over last week by Penn-Texas Corp. (TIME, Oct. 3). Born in Washington, B.C., West Pointer "Buck" Lanham wrote poetry until it interfered with his Army career, later edited Infantry in Battle, a widely used Army textbook. In World War II, he fought through Normandy and the Bulge with the...

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