Business: Caesar's Greyhound

Long has it been supposed that the Pennsylvania Railroad has had working control of the Greyhound Lines, biggest U. S. bus system, serving almost every city in the country on a daily schedule. When news of a coördinated bus-rail system came out, this seemed confirmed (TIME, March 10). Last week the first bus on the cöordinated schedule left Manhattan. Travelers scanned timetables with such combinations as:

Leave N. Y. (by bus) 12:01 p. m.

Arrive Harrisburg, Pa. (change to Pullman) 8:15 p. m.

Leave Lima, Ohio (by bus) 11:05 a. m.

Arrive Chicago 6:40 p. m....

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