Thomas Bayne Wilson, former clerk and traveling auditor for the Southern Pacific Co., branched out nine years ago, became president of Pacific Greyhound Lines Inc. which he had merged from half-a-dozen motor transport companies. After nursing Pacific Greyhound through 1932 with a $412,960 profit, he was appointed Vice President and General Manager of the Alaska Steamship Co., boosted its business 50% between 1933 and 1937. Last week, to fill an old vacancy, he was elected board chairman of Transcontinental & Western Air, Inc., which has long wanted directors with broad...

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