Business: TIME CLOCK, Dec. 17, 1956

NORTH POLE FLIGHTS from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle to Europe probably will be started before summer by Pan American World Airways and Trans World Airlines. CAB examiner urged that the two U.S. airlines be certified to fly via Pole from West Coast, thus cut flight time to Europe by five to 15 hours. Scandinavian Airlines System now holds monopoly on route.

PRICE RISE will help pay for $115 million expansion by Canada's International Nickel Co., world's biggest nickel producer. Company is boosting prices 9½¢ a lb., by 1960 will increase annual capacity...

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