The Press: Odds & Ends: May 25, 1931

¶ To be publisher of his father's New York American, William Randolph Hearst Jr. appointed Eugene Forker, lately advertising director of Hearst's International Magazine Co. Inc. Publisher Forker broke in as a cub on the Los Angeles Herald in 1908, later serving as International News Service correspondent on the Mexican border, working on various papers about the U. S., returning to the Hearst fold in 1917 as editor of Harper's Bazaar. ¶Economist Henry Parker Willis, with the New York Journal of Commerce for 30 years, resigned the editorship which he had...

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