New Administration: A Parcel of Appointments

Still parceling out his appointments, President-elect Kennedy named last week these men to high office:

John L Moore, 58, administrator of the General Services Administration, the Government's housekeeping agency. Business vice president of the University of Pennsylvania since 1954, Moore has been a prime mover in the university's building program. Moore leaves Penn with his biggest planning job still on the drawing boards: the West Philadelphia Corp., a $50 million urban-renewal project undertaken by Penn and four other Philadelphia institutions to rehabilitate their ramshackle sections of the city.

Newton N. Minow, 34, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Hours after he had...

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