AUTOS: Mooney for Willys

When white-haired, handsome Charles E. Sorensen was squeezed out of his job as Ford's production chief in 1944, he flopped down on a Florida beach to forget his troubles. Last week he was back on a Florida beach again and he had more troubles. This time he had been squeezed out of his job as president of Willys-Overland Motors, Inc., which he had held for nearly two years. He was still production boss, but no longer president:

Sorensen had wrangled with Ward Murphey Canaday, board chairman of Willys and owner of 52% of its stock, over policy and production. On top...

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