PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Nov. 25, 1957

¶ Bowman Gray, 50, moved up from executive vice president to president of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. (Camel, Winston, Salem), second largest U.S. tobacco manufacturer (first: American Tobacco Co.). He succeeds Edward A. Darr, 67, who becomes vice chairman of the board and chairman of the executive committee; Chairman John C. Whitaker remains as chief executive officer. Bowman Gray, older brother of Defense Mobilizer Gordon Gray, began at Reynolds as a salesman in 1930 while his father was company president, became assistant sales manager in 1939, sales manager in 1952,...

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