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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, March 17, 1952, Image 16

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THU EVENING STAR, Washington*D. CL
MONDAT, MARCH »> IM*
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD’S 3
NEW STREAMLINERS START
SERVING WASHINGTON TODAY!
TIMKEN * roller bearings on all 64 cars help
assure a smooth, fast, comfortable ride!
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Pictured above is The Senators observation-lounge car. Like the coaches, this car has extra
vide, 67-inch picture windows Jof sight-seeing. ■ «t
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Each of The Congressionals bos an Alt-Drawing Room car, the first of its kind, fidjoining
rooms can be converted into one targe roqm for ten people by opening folding partititiem
Bargain Days for Chevrolets
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. 4. Clean terminals.
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4. Check distributor rotor and cap.
i J ( t. Clean fuel pump bowl and
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9. Test coil and condenser. -
VK V]/ 10. Check manifold hoot control. •
D - l|| * 11. Normalize enpfne.
nSA A 12. Tighten head and manifold bolts. If!
' 1 11 10. Adjust valvos (except on
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M - 14. Adjust fan bolt.
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Three beautiful new streamliners will be put
into operation today by the Pennsylvania
Railroad .. . The Morning Congressional
between Washington and New York; The
Senator - between Washington, New York
-and Boston; and The Afternoon. Congres*
sional between Washington aod New York.
These trains are equipped with the most
modern Coach and Pullman cars for day*
light travel... offer passengers the last word
in luxury.
Built by the Budd Company, all 64 cars
of The Congressionals and The Senator
have Timken® tapered roller bearings on the
axles. That means passengers can be sure
of a fast, smooth, comfortable ride all the way.
There’s no other bearing with so much
to offer! No other bearing so fully proved!
They’re the bearings that helped usher in
streamliners. The Timken Roller Bearing
Company, Canton 6, Ohio. Cable address:
"TIMROSCO”.
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TRAM-MARK RM. U. I. RAT. OFF.
TAKRID ROLLER BEARINGS
(World Bank Delegates
Fail in Effort to End
Iranian Oil Dispute
»V *ho Associated Prm
TEHERAN. Iran. Mar. 17.—-A
World Bank team wrote “failure”
today on the latest efforts to
start Iran's oil flowing to the
west again and packed its bags
for the trip home.
The talks with Iran’s govern
ment broke down last night in a
deadlock and a spokesman of
Iran’s joint oil board announced:
“Negotiations are now ended.”
Later a goverment spokeman
said he hopes that after the mis
sion reports to officials of the
bank in Washington, a solution
to the oil disagreement stiU may
be found.
Iranian Senate Worried.
The Senate, obviously worried
over the breakdown in the oil
talks, sent a three-man delegation
to ask Premier Mohammed Mos
sadegh what policies he now in
tends to follow. The delegations
report back to the Senate on
Wednesday.
The bank mission, headed by
loan officer Hector Prudhomme, is
to fly back to the United States
later this week.
The oil board spokesman, Aly
Shayegan, said the bank team and
his group could not agree on the
use of British technicians, the
bank’s position in operating Iran’s
nationalized oil Industry and the
Price to be paid for the oil.
Had Hoped for Reopening
The bank had hoped to operate
the now-idle industry pending a
Anal settlefnent between Iran and
the British - controlled Anglo -
Iranian Oil Co., whose vast hold
ings in Iran Premier Mossedegh’s
government nationalized last year.
Mr. Mossadegh refused to allow
any of the British technicians he
ousted to return. The bank said
It could not discriminate against
technicians from any of its 50
member countries.
Mr. Shayegan said Iran had
wanted the bank, as operator of
the oil properties, to act as her
agent but that the bank wanted
to operate the industry inde
pendently. This, said the Iranian,
would have been an admission of
the right of AIOC to operate in
Iran.
Advice Is Non-Culhiral
At Library of Congress
•y th. Associated Press
The “Information Bulletin” of
the Library of Congress arrived
today chock full of news about
Turkish bibliography, Swedish
library practices and Oriental col
lections.
It also contained this non
cultural note:
“Staff members are requested
not to block the doorways of the
library buildings on rainy eve
nings.” •
The fishhook that caught a friend
A housewife recently discovered that telephone people are good to have
around!... Cleaning house, the woman ran a fishhook through her
> finger. The telephone man,, arriving to repair the telephone, found the
.woman in great pain and badly upse^.
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1 Be took her to the hospital, watted unta
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" m wetotneonew * t**re to look after her.
S’! In her letter to ms, the woman sold:
.*. without his help, I might have ffad a v
bad Infection. I was so uyset I didn't
know what to do. Your employee was
A truly a friend In need and Tam deeply
NU grateful”
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TELEPHONE PEOPLE ABE 000 D TO HAVE AROUND... ON AND OFP THE J 0»
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Ala.—An uncontrolled tractor
trailer truck plunged 150 feet
over the side of a stone quarry
killing two of the occupants
and injuring two others. One
of the dead Is circled.
« . —AP Wlrephoto.
Socialists State Stand
The Socialist Party is fighting
poverty and illness, Indian So
cialist Leader Dr. Lohia said in
Allahabad.
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