The Press: Even Up

As it comes to all Hearst sons, a top Hearst job came last week to Randolph Apperson Hearst, 34. After three years as executive editor, then associate publisher, handsome, slick-haired Randy Hearst took over as full-fledged publisher of Hearst's San Francisco Call-Bulletin (circ. 152,135). Randy, who had broken in as a cub on his father's San Francisco Examiner, was thus even up with twin brother David, publisher of the Los Angeles Herald & Express, and older brother William Randolph Jr., publisher of the New York Journal-American.

The change came as a swap: down to Randy's old job stepped a veteran newsman, Edmond...

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