GOVERNMENT: Take a Trip to Berlin. . . .

The Civil Aeronautics Board, the smallest U.S. Government agency, last week took the biggest stride forward yet made in Federal postwar planning. The repercussions rattled the windows in airline offices all over the U.S. and shook those of every foreign embassy in Washington. Handsome, hard-working CABoss Lloyd Welch Pogue, 44, caused the sensation.

At a press conference the onetime Iowa farm boy quietly gave newsmen the facts. The U.S. wants to jump its peacetime foreign air operations from the 80,000 route miles already approved to 140,000. Already on hand were 100 applications...

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