PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Mar. 8, 1954

¶ James D. Mooney, 70, former General Motors executive and onetime president and board chairman of Willys-Overland Motors, Inc., was elected president of Hoe & Co., biggest U.S. manufacturers of rotary printing presses. He succeeds Arthur Dressel, who resigned because of illness. Mooney lands in the thick of two fights: 1) a campaign by a stockholder faction to reinstate Dressel's ousted predecessor, Joseph L. Auer; and 2) an A.F.L. machinists' strike that has closed Hoe's main plants since January.

¶ Seymour Mintz, 42, Admiral Corp.'s vice president in charge of advertising, was appointed president of CBS-Columbia,...

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