GOVERNMENT: Specialists

Three months ago some two-thirds of the railroads of the U. S. could be divided into two classes: those insolvent and those not yet insolvent. World War II's boom has not yet fundamentally altered the case. Two Government specialists last week suggested what could be done for the two classes:

>For railroads which are not yet insolvent Federal Loan Agency Administrator Jesse Jones turned up with an idea. He has quite a few railroad loans not of the best (e.g., $86,261,578 to the nearly bankrupt Baltimore & Ohio), but the immediate problem he...

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