PERSONNEL: Henry's Boy Gets A Job

When handsome, smooth Charles E. Sorensen was squeezed out as Henry Ford's production boss three months ago, he flopped down on a Florida beach to rest. Last week, his rest was up. He stepped in as the new president of bouncing Willys-Overland Motors, Inc., and perhaps, in the carnivorous auto industry, to try to take a revengeful hunk out of spry old Henry's hide. Willys, which has been hunting a president since Joseph Washington Fraser quit eight months ago, kept mum on details of the deal. But it was reported that in addition...

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