Time Clock, Apr. 11, 1955

NEW-CAR SALES in March hit the highest peak in history with 710,000 cars sold, topping the previous record of 683,995 set in August 1950.

BIGGEST ATOMIC POWER plant will be built near Chicago by General Electric for operation in a few years. Chicago's Commonwealth Edison Co. will finance and run the plant, is now working out details with the Atomic Energy Commission, G.E. and local utility companies.

ARGENTINE oil lands will soon be opened up to U.S. companies. To solve his nation's chronic fuel problem (60% imported), President Juan Perón is ready to sign a...

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