Time Clock, Sep. 29, 1958

END OF RAIL TRAVEL by 1970 is predicted by ICC Examiner Howard Hosmer, head of commission's investigation into rail passenger problems. He says that if passenger drop continues as expected, all Pullman service will be out by 1965, all coach service by 1970, and commuter trains will go later.

$150 MILLION CONTRACT will go to International Telephone & Telegraph Corp., picked as prime contractor for worldwide communications net for Strategic Air Command.

STUDEBAKER-PACKARD plans to go into show business. A. M. Sonnabend, the man ailing Studebaker invited in to find nonauto firms to...

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