World Business: Personal File: Jul. 27, 1962

∙Late last month, mercurial Planemaker Georges Hereil, 53, father of the Caravelle jetliner, walked out as president of France's nationalized Sud Aviation In disgust over government interference with his plans. To succeed him as boss of the Continent's biggest aircraft producer, the government last week chose Air Force General André Puget, 51, recently eased out as chief of the French General Staff for his foot dragging over De Gaulle's Algerian policy. It will not be smooth going at Sud Aviation either for Puget, a quiet, amiable St.-Cyr graduate. Though Sud Aviation made $8,300,000 last year, it has yet to recoup...

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