Time Clock, Feb. 13, 1956

URANIUM BOOM will exceed all estimates, predicts Henry C. Anderson, planning manager for General Electric's atomic-power department. By 1975 atom-powered electric plants will be consuming 22,150 tons of uranium annually. Amount of ore required: 9,000,000 tons, several times current production.

PAY-AS-YOU-GO PLAN for highways has been approved by President Eisenhower. Since congressional Democrats are against financing a $25 billion, ten-year road plan by floating revenue bonds, the President has agreed to go along with ideas of financing the highways by increased user taxes on gasoline, diesel fuel, tires, etc. Possible federal tax...

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