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PERSONNEL: New Jobs

Named to new jobs last week were: > Recent benedict George Leslie Harrison, 53-year-old president of Federal Reserve Bank of New York at $50,000 a year. New...

Army & Navy: New Jobs, New Fields

Able, bespectacled Lieut. General Omar Nelson Bradley last week took over the biggest field command ever held by a U.S. general. Allied Headquarters announced...

Sport: New Jobs for Old Pros

Two heroes of the 1951 World Series were back in the news again last week. One hung up his glove for good; the other found a new place to hang his hat. Joe...

Jobs for Little Men

Brewster Aeronautical Corp. (Newark, N.J.) needed mechanics who could crawl inside flying-boat wings, hold rivets in place while workmen outside hammered away...

AUSTRALIA: Buying Jobs

If the U. S. should decide to borrow $240,000.000 and spend this sum to make jobs for the jobless, Washington would be doing proportionately the very thing...

COMMUNICATIONS: Phones for Jobs

COMMUNICATIONS Phones for Jobs Giant $65 billion American Telephone & Telegraph Co. last week announced the biggest of all postwar expansion programs. To...

MISSISSIPPI: Jobs for a Price

For the second time in its long and rambunctious history, Mississippi discovered last week that it was infested with scalawags & carpetbaggers. The new crop of...

Jobs, Not Money

With a gleam in his eye, Shipbuilder Henry J. Kaiser sat down before the Senate's Small Business Committee. Said he, with no preliminary hems & haws: Congress...

INTERNATIONAL: More Jobs

On the strength of data gathered last autumn from 25 leading nations, Geneva's International Labor Office announced last week that world unemployment had...

RECOVERY: 2,000,000 Jobs

When the NRA's Blue Eagle campaign was launched in July, Recovery Adminis- trator Johnson optimistically declared its objective to be the re-employment of...

Foreign News: Jobs for Generals

To Britain's problem of redeployment, reconstruction, reconversion, war's end had added another: jobs for generals. Last week, Lieut. General Sir Bernard C...

POSTWAR: 58,000,000 Jobs

How many jobs must a free U.S. industry provide in the postwar world if it is to save itself? Studebaker's able, handsome President Paul G. Hoffman, who is...

PERSONNEL: New Jobs for Old

> Tall, handsome Charles Simonton McCain, who has headed both the smallest and the biggest U. S. bank, last week resigned his presidency of $577,000,000 United...

Education: Jobs for '40

For the Class of 1940. war news was bad, but job prospects excellent. By summer's end, college placement officers estimated, half their 150,000-odd graduates...

GOVERNMENT: Machines for Jobs

As shy as a window washer of a new-style safety belt is the Temporary National Economic (monopoly) Committee of advancing technology. Its chairman, Wyoming's...

CHINA: Rush for Jobs

In the gardens of the once Imperial City at Peking a Chinese band groaned and squeaked last week. Delighted by this music, a huge crowd gathered to watch the...

THIRD PARTIES: Jobs, Bread, Peace

For their national convention last week 1,200 Communists hired a dingy hall in Chicago's "Little Poland." There the delegates who had tramped, hitchhiked or...

Science: Jobs & Energy

While Dr. Albert Einstein declared from the S. S. Belgenland last week that a better balance between producer and consumer was the world's most pressing...

National Affairs: Minor Jobs

Private secretary to the Governor of a sovereign State is a position fraught with grave responsibilities. Captain Herman A. MacDonald of Boston has been...

AERONAUTICS: Lindbergh's Jobs

Especially after his engagement to Ambassador Dwight Whitney Morrow's daughter Anne (TIME, Feb. 25), the rumor grew that President-Elect Hoover would give Col...