AVIATION: Chalrborne Pilot

The "Man Wanted" sign was finally taken down last week by the Civil Aeronautics Board. President Truman found someone willing to be CAB chairman. The job had gone begging since James M. Landis left almost three months ago. It had been turned down formally by two candidates and informally by half a dozen others, chiefly because the pay ($10,000 a year) was too low.

The new nominee is a friendly, easygoing lawyer named Joseph J. O'Connell Jr., 43, an old Government hand. He started work with the Government in 1933 as a public...

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