PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Jun. 18, 1956

¶ President Donold Bradford Lourie, 56, succeeded retiring Chairman John Stuart, 79, as chief executive of Quaker Oats Co. Alabama-born Don Lourie, an All-America quarterback at Princeton (class of '22), joined Quaker Oats at graduation, rose in sales and advertising departments to the presidency in 1947. Named to replace Stuart as chairman in September is his younger brother, former president and vice chairman R. (for Robert) Douglas Stuart, 70, who has served the family-founded Quaker Oats for half a century, recently retired after three years as U.S. Ambassador to Canada.

¶ Malcolm Joseph Rogers, 51, onetime page boy, was...

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