The Press: Family Paper

Like many another U.S. newspaper, the nation's most prestigious daily has long been a family paper. In 1917 Arthur Hays Sulzberger married Iphigene Ochs. only daughter of Adolph Simon Ochs, turned down his father's cotton business, went to work for the New York Times; in 1935 he succeeded the late great Adolph Ochs as president and publisher of the Times. Last week, in the same pattern, the tradition moved into another generation. Named the new president of the Times, succeeding Arthur Hays Sulzberger, was Orvil E. Dryfoos, 44, who married Sulzberger's daughter Marian...

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