Time Clock, Sep. 3, 1956

AUTO AIR CONDITIONING boom in '57 models is predicted by Detroit motormakers. Ford says its '57 air-conditioning-unit sales may reach 75,000, three times this year's anticipated 25,000.

U.S.-MOSCOW TRAVEL was made easier when Pan American World Airways reached "interline agreement" with Soviets' Aeroflot, under which Pan Am passengers can be ticketed direct to Moscow, board Aeroflot planes in Helsinki. U.S. officials believe Russians delayed allowing direct Pan Am flights into Moscow, with reciprocal landing rights in New York for Aeroflot, because Soviets do not want to show their inferior civil aircraft in the...

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