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Named Assistant Secretary of Labor. Washington, D.C., Jan. 20. Marshall E. Dimock, of Chicago, who was recently named Second Assistant of Labor, assumed his duties a few days ago. He has been an associate professor of public administration at the University of Chicago since 1932 and a consultant of the National Resources Committee since 1935. He succeeds Arthur J. Altmeyer, who became Chairman of the Social Security Board two years ago, 1/20/39

Named Assistant Secretary of Labor. Washington, D.C., Jan. 20. Marshall E. Dimock, of Chicago, who was recently named Second Assistant of Labor, assumed his duties a few days ago. He has been an associate professor of public administration at the University of Chicago since 1932 and a consultant of the National Resources Committee since 1935. He succeeds Arthur J. Altmeyer, who became Chairman of the Social Security Board two years ago, 1/20/39

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