PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Mar. 21, 1960

¶ Lieut. General James M. Gavin (ret.), 52, onetime Army missile chief who quit his job in 1958 after criticizing Administration policy, was named president and chief executive officer of Arthur D. Little, Inc. of Cambridge, Mass. (1959 sales: $19 million), the nation's oldest (since 1886) major industrial research firm. Gavin joined Little as a vice president shortly after leaving the Army, has been executive vice president since last March, will succeed President Raymond Stevens, 65, who will become chairman of the executive committee.

¶ Arthur Harrison Motley, 59, publisher-president of Parade magazine since 1946, was elected president of the U.S....

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