Each year these outstanding railroads have their General Time Supervisors meet in order to keep abreast of the time, which is as important, in fact, more important than the companies' rolling stock insofar as the public and the railroads are concerned, for in these men's hands rest the responsibility of our traveling population's lives. Timing is the worlds. most important issue for without perfect timing the wheels of progress, health, life and industry become congested, causing untold loss in everything. Our war is being brought to a speedy and successful conclusion through speedy transportation, which serves our industry, Army and Navy.
Timing is these men's business - a serious business. They and their companies have done, and are doing, a grand job.
The Supervisors are: Stanley A. Pope, Manager of Time Service, Southern Pacific R. R. Co., San Francisco, Calif.; S. A. Wilson, General Supervisor of Time Service, The Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co., Baltimore, Md.; A. J. Strobel, General Watch Inspector of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R., Topeka,