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One Hundred and Thirty-Fifth Quarto Volume-July 1, 1953, to December 31, 1953

AUTHORS

Allen, C. B., Aug 10 p 87

Allen, John C., Sept 28 p 10; Oct 26 p 15
Andrews, L. T., July 6 p 22

Arias, B. E., Nov 2 p 54

Arpaia, Anthony F., Aug 24 p 9: Oct 5 p 16 Aydelott, J. H., July 13 p 99

Baker, W. A., Nov 23 p 32

Baker, W. C., Sept 21 p 100; Nov 2 p 47 Barngrove, J. L., Jr., Oct 12 p 24 Barton, Betty, Oct 12 p 18

Bayer, Robert J., Oct 5 p 11

Beatty, Albert R., Nov 2 p 13
Bevan, G. T., Dec 14 p 109
Birren, Faber, Aug 31 p 18
Blair, T. A., Nov 2 p 50

Brandenstein, Z. G., Dec 28 p 50
Broadfoot, A. J., Dec 7 p 19
Bromley, E. A., Nov 16 p 15
Brosnan, D. W., Nov 30 p 12
Brown, A. H., Oct 5 p 11
Brown, Warren, Sept 21 p 102

George, L. B., Sept 21 p 98

Getty, Graham E., Nov 2 p 52
Gilkey, R. H., Sept 21 p 111

Gould, B. R., Dec 21 p 19

Goulett, P. R., Sept 14 p 22; Nov 23 p 24

Hamm, E. F., Jr., Dec 21 p 13
Hammell, A. L., Aug 17 p 11
Harveson, C. B., Nov 2 p 51
Hawthorne, V. R., Dec 21 p 19
Hill, Joseph A., Sept 28 p 29
Hines, LeRoy H., Aug 3 p 12
Hood, Clifford, Sept 21 p 11
Horning, L. W., Oct 19 p 15
Hosken, James, Nov 16 p 116
Hubbard, W. Hustace, Nov 30 p 80
Hungerford, Clark, Oct 5 p 88
Hunt, G. W., Sept 21 p 87
Huntt, J. H., Dec 21 p 19

Neuhart, D. S., Sept 21 p 100

Patterson, W. J., July 13 p 100
Peters, John W., Nov 16 p 11
Phipps, J. W., Jr., Oct 5 p 11

Pinkerton, Charles A., Jr., Sept 28 p 29

Plowman, E. G., July 27 p 15; Dec 7 p 12

Pratt, Henry H., Nov 2 p 88

Randall, George C., Nov 23 p 16
Renard, G. A., July 13 p 105
Ribe, A. M., July 13 p 93
Robbins, F. 0., Nov 16 p 116
Root, E. S., Aug 10 p 81
Rosen, C. G. A., July 13 p 105
Russell, D. J., Aug 24 p 12

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Jacobs, Harry A., Oct 19 p 63 Jennings, S. R., Sept 28 p 24 Jett, C. O., Nov 2 p 54

Keller, W. M., Nov 2 p 62

Kennedy, W. P., July 27 p 11

Knudson, James K., Oct 12 p 35; Oct 19 p 86 Kusik, John E., Dec 7 p 30

Lake, R. D., Nov 16 p 112

Lawrence, John V., Nov 16 p 108
Littlefield, R. J., Aug 24 p 9
Lockerby, K. M., Nov 2 p 55
Londahl, E. A., July 13 p 100
Love, F. G., July 20 p 20
Lux, G. A., Aug 10 p 89

Macfarlane, Robert S., Nov 9 p 39
Mackie, David I., Nov 16 p 108
Macpherson, J. B., Dec 28 p 50
Magee, G. M., Nov 2 p 51
Malmgren, A. M., Dec 14 90
Martin, Burney K., July 13 p 112
Matthews, G. B., Sept 14 p 22

Maxwell, G. W., Oct 12 p 24

May, R. G., Sept 21 p 109; Oct 5 p 92
McCarthy, C. E., Aug 17 p 22

McGanney, D. J., Aug 17 p 11
McGuire, C. B., Nov 16 p 114

McInnes, Milton G., Nov 30 p 16; Dec 21 p 9

McKenzie, H. J., Sept 21 p 109
Mitchell, Richard F., Sept 28 p 18

Morton, C. I., Oct 12 p 24

Mullady, Walter F., Oct 5 p 11

Murray, Robert B., Jr., Sept 21 p 11, p 16

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July 1-December 31, 1953

Accident Prevention:

A.C.L. Grade Crossing Program, July 6 p 22
B.&0. Reduces Juvenile Trespassing, Sept 21 p 96*
Barriers at Some Crossings in Germany Permanently
Lowered to Protect Railway Traffic, July 13 p 8

Casteel Safety Wheel Block, Nov 30 p 42*

Color Code Can Aid in, Aug 31 p 18*
Flood Dectector; A.T. &S.F., Nov 16 p 109*
T.&P. Adds "Danger" Sign at Auto-Headlight Level to
Crossing Signs, July 13 p 119

Train Stop System; A.T. &S.F., Dec 28 p 60*

Watchemoket Protective Spectacles, July 13 p 72*

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Deferred Maintenance Accounts Cancelled by I.C.C.,

Sept 7 p 14

Fast Financial Reports for C.&O. Management, Nov 16

P 118

Punched Cards Cut Car Hire Expense; C.P.R. Sept 21

p 92*

Punched-Card Abstracting for Interline Received Car-

load Traffic, July 13 p 111*

"Railway Accounting Rules", 1953 Edition, Aug 24

p 13

Accounting Department's Relation to Other Branches of

Railroading; Essay Contest Sponsored by Railway

Age, Sept 28 p 25; Oct 5 p 98; Dec 21 p 14

Adaptor, Motion Picture Time Lapse, Dec 14 p 81*
Advertising:

A.R.A.M. Annual Awards Competition, Oct 26 p 11
A.T.&S.F. Program Noted in Printers Ink, Nov 9 p 7
Hertz Campaign Promotes Rail Travel, Oct 12 p 10
S.P. Cartoons Drawn by Virgil Partch, July 13 p 117*
U.P. Wins "Socrates" Award, Nov 9 p 23

Agastat Time-Delay Relay, Nov 16 p 78*

Agricultural Commodities, I.C.C. Broadens Definition of,

July 27 p 15

Air Brake Association: Annual Meeting, Sept 7 p 16;

Sept 21 p 98; Dec 14 p 90*

Air Brake Craft, Separate, Discussed, Sept 21 p 98

Air Brakes (See Brakes, Air)

Air-Conditioning, Carrier Unloading Compressors for, Aug

10 p 69*

Air Coach Service Extended by C.A.B., Oct 12 p 10

Air Cushion Spring for Car Trucks, July 13 p 109*

Air Force to Complete Freight Classification Guide, Dec

14 p 16

Air-Forwarder Inquiry Conducted by C.A.B., Aug 31 p 12

Air Freight:

Claim Payments in 1952, July 13 p 8

Minimum Rates Increased, Sept 28 p 5; Nov 16 p 8

Principles Applied to Rail Service, July 27 p 50†

Shipments to Set All-Time High in 1953, Oct 19 p 8

Air Lines:

Nov 16 p 15*

Albi Fire-Protective Coating Used in C.B. &Q. Enginehouse,
Nov 2 p 58*

Aliquippa & Southern Strike Settled, Dec 7 p 16

Allied Railway Supply Association:

Annual Meeting, Oct 5 p 18

Exhibit to be Held at Coordinated Mechanical Associ-
ations 1954 Convention, Dec 14 p 18

More Time Requested to View Exhibits, Oct 5 p 18

Aluminum Foil-Lined Containers for Citrus Fruits, Dec 7

p 13*

American Airlines: Mail Rate Proposal, Aug 24 p 13

American Association of Baggage Traffic Officers: Annual

Meeting, July 6 p 15

American Association of Passenger Traffic Officers: Annual

Meeting, Oct 26 p 28*

American Association of Railroad Superintendents: West

Coast Meeting, Aug 3 p 19; Aug 17 p 11

American Association of Railroad Ticket Agents: Writing

Their Own Ticket, Oct 5 p 18*

American Association of Traveling Passenger Agents: Of-

ficers, Nov 2 p 78

American Car & Foundry Company:

Car, Tank, for C.P.R., July 27 p 15*

Talgo Train Exhibited at Atlantic City, July 13 p 94;

Roads Consider Purchase of, Sept 14 p 7; Operating

Experience with, Oct 5 p 77* and Nov 30 p 69*

Tanks for Compania Shell de Venezuela, Dec 21 p 15*

American Iron & Steel Institute: Steel Production, Sept 21

p 8

American Railway Bridge & Building Association: Annual

Meeting, Aug 24 p 15; Sept 7 p 16*: Sept 21 p 106*

American Railway Car Institute:

Freight Car Orders and Deliveries, July 20 p 14; Aug

17 p 16; Sept 14 p 15; Oct 19 p 18; Nov 16 p 18;

Dec 14 p 121

Metzman, G., Succeeds C. W. Wright as President,

July 6 p 12

American Railway Magazine Editors' Association: Annual

Meeting, Oct 19 p 13*

American Rectifier Corp.: Rectifiers for D. C. Power,

Sept 21 p 75*

American Short Line Railroad Association:

Hickey, W. J., Elected Vice-President and General

Counsel, Dec 21 p 13*

Miller, C. A., Death of, Nov 30 p 17*

American Society of Mechanical Engineers:

Annual Meeting, Nov 16 p 16

Railroad Division Officers, Dec 14 p 18

Sillcox, Dr. L. K., Elected President, Dec 7 p 16*

American Society of Traffic and Transportation: Second

Conference and Seminar, Aug 10 p 15; Sept 21 p 11;

Sept 28 p 9*

American Train Dispatchers Association:

Fringe Benefit Demands, Nov 16 p 15

Wage Increase Agreed to, Nov 16 p 15

American Trucking Associations, Inc.:

Cool Towards Trailers-on-Flats Service, Nov 16 p 8

Motor Truck Traffic; First Quarter, July 6 p 14; Sec-

ond Quarter, Sept 21 p 16; Third Quarter, Dec 28

p 13

Transportation in College Curriculums of Interest to,

Nov 16 p 8

American Trucking Associations' Foundation, International

Harvester Company Makes Gift to, Nov 23 p 7

American University: Sixth Institute of Industrial Trans-

portation and Traffic Management to be Held,

Dec 14 p 16

Amortization of Defense Facilities:

Certificates Authorized by 0.D.M., July 13 p 16;

Aug 24 p 14

O.D.M. Will Continue to Grant Certificates for Diesel

Locomotives and Freight Cars; Suspends Those for

Terminal and Road Facilities Sept 21 p 8; Oct 12

p 14; Dec 7 p 16

Anchor. MacLean-Fogg Lading Strap, Aug 24 p 59*

Anco Noise Detector. July 27 p 44*

Anderson, Robert, Machine Company: Sand Blasting Ma-

chine for Air Conditioning Condensers. July 1 p 7*

Annual Reports, Financial World Awards for. Nov 2 n 16*

Antitrust Suit of Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association

Against Eastern Railroads, July 27 p 8; Sept 7

p 8; Sept 28 p 14

Apprenticeship, Re-establishment of; L. B. George on,

Sept 21 p 98

Arizona, New Railroad to be Built in, Nov 2 p 70

Armour Research Foundation: Study of Hot-Box Problem,

Association of American Railroads:-(Continued)
Bureau of Railway Economies:

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p 13; Nov 2 p 53*

Electrical Section:

Annual Meeting, July 13 p 106*

Registration at Convention, July 6 p 11

Freight Car Orders and Deliveries, July 20 p 14; Aug

17 p 16; Sept 14 p 15; Oct 19 p 18; Nov 16

p 18; Dec 14 p 121

Freight Claim Division: A. L. Batts Appointed Ex-

ecutive Vice-Chairman, July 13 p 136*

Freight Loading and Container Section: Tank Car to

be Used for Impact Tests, Dec 7 p 16*

Freight Loss and Damage Prevention Section: Con-
tainer Research Seminar, Aug 10 p 11*

Freight Station Section: L.C.L. Research Unit Or-

ganized, Aug 10 p 11; Oct 5 p 17

General Claims Division: Organization of, July 13

p 16; July 20 p 28

Hot-Box Problem, Research on, July 27 p 12*

Locomotives On Order and Installed, July 27 p 17;

Aug 31 p 20; Sept 28 p 36; Nov 2 p 80; Nov 30

p 77; Dec 28 p 15

May, R. G., Elected Vice-President, Aug 10 p 17*

Mechanical Division:

Car Floor Reinforcement Necessary to Avoid Dam-
age in Loading and Unloading. Oct 26 p 10*

Collaboration with P.&S. Division, July 13 p 99,

p 103, p 104

Deppe, J. A., Retires from Arbitration Committee,

Nov 30 p 12*

Journal Bearings, Fitted, Tested on M.D.T. Ca s

Dec 14 p 12

Registration at Convention, July 6 p 11

Report of the Arbitration Committee, July 13 p 98

Report on Axle and Crank Pin Research, July 13

p 103

Report on Brakes and Brake Equipment, July 13

P 101

Report on Car Construction, July 13 p 100

Report on Couplers and Draft Gears, July 13 p 101

Report on Forest Products Loading, July 13 p 93

Report on Geared Hand Brakes, July 13 p 99

Report on Loading Rules, July 13 p 99

Report on Locomotive Construction, July 13 p 103

Report on Lubrication, July 13 p 102

Report on Prices for Labor and Materials, July 13

p 99

Report on Specifications for Materials, July 13

p 101

Report on Tank Cars, July 13 p 99

Report on Wheels, July 13 p 102

Tank Car to be Used for Impact Tests, Dec 7

p 16

Parmelee, Dr. J. H., Retirement of, Nov 9 p 9*

Per Diem Increased to $2.40, Aug 10 p 8

Public Relations Department: J. N. Sites Named

Manager of Press and Radio Service, Aug 24 p 86

Purchases and Stores Division:

Annual Meeting, July 13 p 104*

Collaboration with Mechanical Division, July 13

p 99, p 103, p 104

Operations Analysis Service Conducted by, July 13

p 104

Registration at Convention, July 6 p 11
Research Activities; W. M. Keller on, Nov 2 p 62*
Signal Section: Annual Meeting, Oct 5 p 86*
Tax Structure Views Presented to House Ways and
Means Committee, Aug 10 p 12; Aug 31 p 22
Tie Life, Research on Prolonging, Nov 2 p 51
Association of Railroad Advertising Managers: Third Ad-
vertising Awards Competition, Oct 26 p 11

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe:

Advertising Program Noted in Printers Ink, Nov 9 p 7

Car Accounting System, New, Oct 5 p 62*

Car, Damage-Prevention Study, Nov 2 p 15*

Car, Depressed-Center Flat, Sept 14 p 10

Car, MTC Refrigerator, Sept 7 p 93*

Carload of Radio Equipment Shipped to, Nov 16 p 17*

C.T.C. Installation; Bakersfield, Cal.-Calwa, Dec 28

p 55*

Corrosion Resistance of TRC and 18-8 Steels, Aug 10

P 87*

Directors Meet in New Headquarters, Aug 17 p 10*

Flood Detector in Sacramento Wa h. Nov 16 p 109*

Fresno Rail Consolidation Plan Opposed, July 27 p 16

Hot Boxes, Program for Reducing, July 27 p 51*

1V

RAILWAY AGE-Index

GENERAL INDEX-Continued

[Illustrated articles are indicated thus*; Editorials thus; Letters to Editor thust]

on P.R.R., Nov 16 p 12

Bearings, Roller (See Roller Bearings)

Bearings, Traction Motor (See Traction Motor Bearings)
Bell & Howell Co.:

Film Sound Track Mixer and Control Unit, July 27 p 43
Wide-Screen Technique for 16-mm. Films, Aug 24 p 59*

Belt Railway of Chicago:

Evans, L. A., Named President, Nov 30 p 78; Dec 14

p 128*

Grinder for Diesel Locomotive Wheels, Dec 21 p 23*

Benchmarks and Yardsticks, July 13 p 77; July 27 p 47;

Aug 10 p 73; Aug 24 p 61; Sept 7 p 77; Sept 21

p 81; Oct 5 p 53; Oct 19 p 59; Nov 2 p 43; Nov 16

p 81; Nov 30 p 47; Dec 14 p 83; Dec 28 p 37

Bendix Aviation Corporation:

Blood Donor Car Retired by W.P., Dec 14 p 11*
Boiler Supervisors and Boiler Forces, Solving the Employ-
ment Problem of the, Sept 21 p 98

Cars; Budd RDC "Highliners", Nov 30 p 11*

Passenger Service Department Created, Dec 7 p 13

Per Diem Rate, Sliding, to be Used, Sept 21 p 8

Seeks to Adjust Communter Fares, Oct 12 p 12

Trains, New; Faster Schedules, Sept 21 p 14

Boston & Providence: Reorganization Proceedings, Sept 7

p 110

Boy Scout Jamboree at Santa Ana, Cal.; Handling Traffic
To and From the, July 6 p 13; July 27 p 14*; Aug
24 p 647; Sept 7 p 84*

Brake Equipment, Mech. Div. Report on, July 13 p 101
Brake Installations and Specifications, Bill to Give I.C.C.
Power Over, July 13 p 18

I.C.C AB-Brake Order Modified, Nov 2 p 8

Lack of Penalties for Failure to Comply with In-

spection Rules Deplored by W. J. Patterson, July

13 p 100

Mech. Div. Report on, July 13 p 101

Brakes, Geared Hand, Mech. Div. Report on, July 13 p 99

Bridge and Building Supply Association Exhibit, Aug 31

p 19

Bridge Walkways, Steel Grating for, Dec 14 p 80*

Bridges:

Great Northern Swing Span Towed to Swinomish Slough

for Installation, July 27 p 55*

N.Y C. Over Harlem River, Dec 28 p 14*
Portland Terminal at Portland, Nov 30 p 13*

British Railways:

Costs, Bus and Rail, Compared, Aug 24 p 63†

Employees Given Wage Increase, Dee 21 p 7

Now Free to Compete, Aug 24 p 637

Operating Results in 1952, Sept 21 p 15

Pallets Transported Free by, Dec 14 p 14

British Transport Commission:

Lord Hurcomb, Retirement of, Aug 31 p 7

Robertson, Gen. Sir Brian, Named Chairman, Oct 19

p 17

Bros Rotary Snow Plow for the Army, Oct 19 p 57*

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers: Death of J. P.

Shields, July 6 p 12*

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen & Enginemen:

Gilbert, H. E., Elected President, Aug 3 p 5; Aug 17

p 14*

Robertson, D. B., to Retire July 20 p 5

Strike Voted on C.P.R. and C.N.R., Dec 21 p 12

Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen:

Sacramento Northern Strike, Aug 17 p 14; Sept 7 p 15

70th Anniversary of, Sept 21 p 8

Trailers-on-Flats Favored by, July 27 p 11; Aug 10

p 80: Seeks D.T.A. Support for, Oct 26 p 11

Wage Agreement Reached, Oct 26 p 12; Nov 2 p 88‡;

Dec 28 p 11

Brotherhood of Railway Clerks: Comment on "Piggy Back"
Operations, Dec 7 p 14

Brushes with Tamped Shunts, Speer, Oct 19 p 57*

Buda Company:

"Magic Show", Aug 31 p 12*

Trucks, New 7500-lb, Oct 19 p 52*

Estimate for 1953, Sept 21 p 16; Dec 21 p 10; Dec 28

p 11

Monthly: March, July 13 p 121; April. Aug 10 p 111;

May, Aug 31 p 27; June, Oct 5 p 102; July, Nov 2

p 78; August, Nov 16 p 123

Capitalization and Investment, Comparison of, Dec 21 p 15

Car Building in Railroad Shops, Status of, Nov 30 p 75

Car Building Industry, Future of the, Nov 30 p 75

Car Building Plant Built at Irolo, Mex., Nov 16 p 123

Car Department Officers' Association; Annual Meeting, Sept

7 p 16; Sept 21 p 99; Nov 2 p 47*

Car Ferry Service Operated by C.&O., Aug 24 p 77*

Car-Miles, Direct Route Plan for Empty Cars to Cut, July

27 p 58

Car Repairs (See Maintenance of Equipment)

Car Reporting System on E.J &E., Nov 16 p 85*

Car Retarders:

D.&R.G.W. Grand Junction Yard, Oct 19 p 68*

G.R.S. Automatic Electronic Control, Aug 3 p 9*;

Oct 5 p 92; E.J.&E. Kirk Yard, Oct 19 p 78*

Car Service:

A T.&S.F. Accounting System Aids, Oct 5 p 62*

A.T.&S.F. Red Ball Information Service, Oct 5 p 69*

Complaint Against S.P..

I.C.C. Proposed Report

Recommends Dismissal of, Nov 9 p 23

Delays from Break-in-Twos, Sept 28 p 7

Direct Route Plan for Empties, July 27 p 58

"Do Not Hump" Card is Obsolete, Nov 23 p 16*; Nov

30 p 50: Dec 28 p 13

Pre-Classification of Loads and Empties Suggested by

E. G. Plowman, July 27 p 15

Punched Cards Help C.P.R. Reduce Car Delays, Sept
21 p 92*

Questions and Answers: July 6 p 22: July 20 p 20;

Aug 3 p 18; Aug 17 p 22; Aug 31 p 16; Sept 14

p 22; Sept 28 p 24; Oct 12 p 24; Oct 26 p 18:

Nov 2 p 80; Nov 9 p 31; Nov 23 p 16*, p 24;

Nov 30 p 50; Dec 7 p 26; Dec 21 p 19

T-M-K Board Asks Shippers to Replace

Bracing, Dec 14 p 16

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