Business: Mufti & Money

Stars fell on civil aviation. Two two-star Admirals and one five-star Admiral hauled down their flags and were piped ashore to big, roomy civilian jobs.

To Trans World Airlines as vice president in charge of public relations went the youngest Rear Admiral of World War II, 43-year-old Harold B. Miller. Fitted out with flag rank when he became the Navy's Director of Public Relations in 1945, Annapolisman Miller has behind him 20 years of naval flying, four books on aviation. No armchair officer until he became the Navy's pressagent, able, handsome "Min" Miller squeaked...

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