Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 16, 1964 · Page 32
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 32

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Car firms see success in 1965 By CHARLES C. CAIN AP Business News Writer DETROIT (AP) — The three major auto companies agree that business will continue fine in 1965, with Ford Motor Co. the most optimistic. Henry Ford II told his annual year-end news conference Tuesday that car and truck sales in the United States next year might reach 10.1 million vehicles. A day earlier, Chrysler President Lynn A. Townscnd said 1965 car and truck sales would total at least 9.5 million and could exceed 10 million. Frederic G. Donner, chairman of the board oi' General Motors — largest of the auto makers — sald_Sunday that 1965 sales could surpass this year's expected total of 9.2 million. The big difference between the Ford board chairman and Donner was in their estimate of the 1965 domestic car market. Donner said it could exceed 7.8 million units; Ford predicted it would reach 8.7 million. Town- scnd's figure was about 8 million. Ford, asked to explain the wide difference between his projection and that of General Motors, replied: "The 8.7-miilion figure Is a very realistic one as far as I am concerned. 1 am quite optimistic. I don't know what influenced Mr. Donner's conclusions." The Ford chairman, as Chrysler and General Motors did earlier, expressed confidence that the industry would maintain its growth pattern. He said about $700 million of the company's three-year $1.6-billion expansion and modqrnization plan would be spent In 1965, compared to $465 million this year. Ford emphasized labor matters more than the other two auto makers, mentioning recent local strikes which cost Ford about 130,000 cars and trucks from its production schedules. Ford said he did not question the right of the United Auto Workers, or other unions, to strike but added: "I am questioning the excessive bargaining power of unions and their abuse of this power." Of over-all business conditions, he said: "The keystone to our present prosperity, I believe, is the decision, reflected in the tax cut, to rely less on government spending and more on the powerful forces of private enterprise." U, 1N4 M«*on City, la. OPEN TONIGHT and Monday Through Friday 'TIL 9 P. M. MASON CITY FURNITURE 324 South Federal Dial GA 3-0756 You'll enjoy "DEAR ABBY" a daity feature in the Globe-Gazette Happy, but guarded, on rights ruling ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) — Negro leaders, while jubilant over the Supreme Court's ruling upholding the controversial public- accommodations section of the Civil Rights Act, were taking a wait-and-see altitude Tuosdiiy over whether full compliance with the ruling would follow. President Johnson, noting there already has been "encouraging widespread compliance with the net in the five months it has been law," expressed hope the court rulings Monday would result in increased acceptance. Other leaders, Negro and white, called for compliance. Segregationist res t a u r a n t owner Lester Maddox of Atlanta awaited a decision by the court on his own appeal to a lower court order that he admit Negroes. Maddox said he fell a similar ruling would not be made in his case because he docs not engage in interstate commerce. John Lewis, chairman of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee which has been instrumental in many sit-ins throughout the South, hailed the court's ruling on the Civil Rights Act and sit-in demonstrators as a landmark. "The decision vindicated the thousands of demonstrators who made the civil rights bill not only possible but imperative," Lewis said. "It must be held as the landmark in the struggle for complete social, economic nnd political equality for all Americans." Lewis said his organization had no plans for further action at the moment but would wail to see what happens. There was a distinct pos.silnli ly that further demonstration? would occur at. a IMrmmRhum Ala., restaurant which was in volvcd in the court rulings. The rulings involved (he Heart of Atlanta Mold and Ollic'.s Barbecue in Birmingham. Morcton Rolleston, president of the mole! corporation, said the decision was "a snd day for individual freedom" and "makes possible ;i socialistic state and eventual dictatorship." His motel has accepted Negroes since ordered to by a lower court. He had appealed the ruling. A lower court ruled that OI- lie's Barbecue did not come under tht> law because il does not engage in interstate commerce. The Supreme Court overtunu'd this decision. The restaurant owner, OHjn McClung, said he was sorry thnt the Supreme Court "didn't sec il our way. It seems to m<> that the ownership and use of private properly is basic to Hie American way of life." The court also ruled that slates must dismiss sit-in charge:; now that the Civil Rights Act is law. 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