PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Sep. 13, 1954

¶ Donald W. Nyrop, 42, was elected president of Northwest Airlines. A one-time chief of the Civil Aeronautics Authority (1950-51) and later chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Board (1951-52), Nyrop was in for a rough flight. Northwest's most pressing problem is its need for new planes. It will have to borrow $10 million to pay for four new Super Constellations to be delivered early next year, probably will have to spend additional millions to expand its air fleet. Other worries stemmed from 1) the Government's cut in Northwest's domestic-mail pay from...

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