The Press: Bull on the Loose

Disquieting rumors eddied through the quiet corridors of slick, Hearst-owned Town & Country. There was talk of a staff shakeup, a new editor perhaps, and possibly a change in policy. Last week a fact filtered down from the seat of empire at San Simeon: the resignation of slight, bright Editor Henry Adsit Bull, 42, had been accepted, "with reluctance."

Richard E. Berlin,* straw boss of Hearst periodicals, passed the word, and purred that "there will be no change whatever in the magazine." But without dapper Harry Bull, 100-year-old Town & Country was bound to...

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