Business: TIME CLOCK, Mar. 14, 1955

G.M.'S HARLOW CURTICE, who predicted 5,800,000 auto sales for 1955, now thinks he was pessimistic. On the basis of current sales, says Curtice, 1955's market should total 6,600,000 cars, up 20% from 1954, may well top the alltime record 6,665,863 sold in 1950.

URANIUM ORE is pouring out of the West at such a clip that AEC buying cannot keep up. No sooner had AEC begun operation of a new ore-buying station at Riverton, Wyo. last week than it had to announce plans for two more new stations, one at Greenriver, Utah and the other at Cutter, Ariz.

BUY-AMERICAN POLICY will be eased...

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