PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Feb. 6, 1956

¶ Clarence B. Randall, 64, who helped build Inland Steel (5,000,000 tons annually), steps down April 1 as chief executive. Randall has been devoting his great gifts to a crusade for freer international trade. He was head of President Eisenhower's 17-man Commission on Foreign Economic Policy, which in 1954 got Congress to take a few steps forward. Randall's latest job: a flying trip to Turkey as the President's special consultant to help a stout ally make economic sense. Inland's new boss: President Joseph L. Block, the founder's grandson, who has been running the company since 1953.

¶Kaufman Thuma ("K.T.") Keller,...

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