ARMY: Chief for Ordnance

Last week President Roosevelt took back his appointment (TIME, April 13) of Major General James Henry Burns to be chief of Army Ordnance. Leaving General Burns as munitions man on the United Nations High Command,* the President chose sandy-haired, gimlet-eyed, rough-tongued Levin H. Campbell Jr., 55, to run Ordnance after June 1, when Major General Charles M. Wesson's four-year term expires.

If General Campbell had not fallen in love and decided on a life ashore after his graduation from Annapolis in 1909, he wouldn't be in the Army now. (That girl, he says, married somebody else. Campbell later married a "much...

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