Corporations: Beleaguered Giant

Having endured a nationwide public scolding since last January's Apollo disaster, North American Aviation Inc. last week did some private scolding within its own corporate offices. Chief victim was Harrison A. ("Stormy") Storms Jr., 51, who was replaced as head of the company's Apollo-building space division by Vice President William B. Bergen, 52, former president of the Martin Co. and a North American newcomer. After the front-office shakeup, North American President J. Leland Atwood, testifying before the Senate space committee, expressed confidence that "we can effectively accomplish the lunar mission in...

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