Clifford Werber is trading in his business affairs hat at 20th Century Fox to become senior VP of acquisitions at the studio. He succeeds John Ruscin, who left the studio for another post last…
Pulitzer Prize-winning author John Hersey, a World War II correspondent who captured the horrors of the world's first atomic bomb attack in his book "Hiroshima," died yesterday. He was 78.
Allan Cross, reportedly the oldest living vaudevillian, died March 4 of natural causes. He was 98. Cross, a Chicago native, began in vaudeville shortly after World War I when he joined Ed Healy.
Lucia Ludovico has been appointed senior VP, creative advertising, for the Motion Picture Group of Paramount Pictures. In her new post, Ludovico will be reponsible for all motion picture related…
Matthew Irmas to Acapulco. Lisa Donovan to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. Donna Theodore to Grand Cayman Islands.
Luanne Cattuna and Kenneth McGlone, a boy, Alexander, Dec. 9, New Jersey.
Jim Packer has been named to fill the Buena Vista Television post left vacant by Rick Jacobson, who was recently appointed prexy of Viacom's syndie wing.
William K. Howard, longtime costumer, died March 11 of a stroke while undergoing surgery at the Motion Picture & Television Hospital. He was 70.
Ed Jurist, 76, television producer and writer, died of heart failure March 12 in Los Angeles.
Mildred Collins, 69, former motion picture publicist, died March 14 of cancer in New York City.
Jergen Nash, a familiar voice to Minnesota radio listeners for four decades, died March 16 after a long battle with cancer.