Business: Good Hunting

Pheasant-shooting at John Daniel Hertz's 1,000-acre farm near Gary, Ill. last weekend were Host Hertz (Lehman Bros.), Guest Floyd Odium (Atlas Corp.), Guest Leo Spitz (new president of Radio-Keith-Orpheum), many another happy huntsman. Good cause had they to be pleased with themselves, for last week Lehman Bros, and Atlas concluded three potent deals, made news reminiscent of 1929's boom days. C, By purchasing 81,204 shares of Transcontinental & Western Air, Inc. from General Motors, they secured operating control of the "Lindbergh Line." ¶By naming Leo Spitz, Chicago lawyer, to succeed Merlin Aylesworth...

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