Time Clock, Nov. 7, 1955

GENERAL MOTORS will shoot for an even bigger share of the auto market in 1956 despite antimonopoly rumblings from the Justice Department. With 50% of U.S. auto sales thus far in 1955, G.M. is boosting prices on 1956 models less than its competitors, has upped Pontiac, Buick, Oldsmobile and Cadillac between 2% and 5% v. increases of 3% to 8% for competing Ford and Chrysler models.

ELECTIONEERING on the air should break all records in 1956. Just getting started, Republicans have already signed up for $2,000,000 worth of choice radio and TV time (v....

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