THE ECONOMY: Facts & Figures, Nov. 5, 1945

Overdrawn. Tire rationing may end Jan.1. But this will not mean tires for everybody. By the end of September, rationing boards had issued 780,000 more certificates than there were tires available.

Pullman, Again. After months of haggling among themselves, the railroads submitted their long-awaited offer to buy the capital stock of the Pullman Co. Acting for all, Santa Fe President Fred G. Gurley offered slightly under $75 million.

Winter Stock. Henry I. Modell, president of the National Federation of Army and Navy Stores, appealed to Navy Secretary James Forrestal for more speed in releasing surplus merchandise. Modell had his eye on...

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