CARRIERS: Dudes' Deal

Unlike topflight executives of other major U. S. airlines, 35-year-old Jack Frye of Transcontinental & Western Air and his 43-year-old executive vice president Paul Ernest Richter, are tough, practical airlines pilots. Burly Jack Frye bats up & down the line through all kinds of weather in his Northrop Gamma, usually testing new equipment as he flies. Wiry Paul Richter regularly gets into a captain's grey uniform and shoves a passenger-laden DC-3 over a scheduled run.

About the technical operation of well-run TWA, Frye and Richter today have few worries as they fly...

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