Time Clock, Dec. 5, 1960

AIRLINE TRAFFIC CUT will probably result from the President's order to reduce number of military dependents abroad to stem gold outflow. Last year airlines earned $68 million ferrying 428,000 dependents. But projected contracts for $35 million to haul 221,000 persons in 1961 are now in doubt.

MAIL ORDER LIFE INSURANCE will be a major item in the new catalogue of Chicago's Aldens, Inc., fourth largest mail order company, if the Illinois Insurance Department approves. By eliminating agents' commissions (often 50% of first-year premium), Aldens plans to sell its insurance at lower prices.

OUSTER THREAT against Airline-Pilot Boss Clarence N. Sayen fizzled as...

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