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Small Car Production May Mean Headaches In Detroit 51st Veaf THE MMPA DAILY WEDNESDAY, FfiBRUAftl? 38, 19SS 5 fly .fACK tlPt the car and the fact thai A light-< who want hfltt ffttt »ft CBl<! [height engine will be usld. j fn8f« =art fvroBaBfy WIHf .___ j : But the llffht weifrnt'of the en-ler*. but ;tH&« fivt aefHi ld«f 6! Ig-ine again creates problems. Uhe hiadaeh«i 'tfif g«tll Cftri ttt i One of these is the need for j cftUSIflg tn§ Wf „ . . : new types of antifreeze* for ftlu- —•—'—'—~ ' Mow, Romney asks, are dealers mimim englneig whic h me' wafer for the big companies going to coo]im , 8yslcfns A problem hv »h* "Ri*< thumt> the , dnims for fl bi & c « r avoids in' Its small car by . °y ttis "'eiand a small car at the same time:,..., thft .«-«„* ai r . roo ied three" auto makers Snd the in- jwltnout hurt , ng one or the O i he r?. * . g . ,?! , novations the manufacturers plan Romney also points out that ! , Chrysler is reported to be try- to introduce along with the small- ! th6 Bma ,j rars . in order to be di- !n ? lo * et .* wate f * c °? « d *'"; er models are likely to cause rectly rompe uiive with the R a m- iminum * n * me ready for its sma «. , _ i. i. A_ji_!»««.».. »*_ i i .1 J( ij j •* * . ^t A t* r T T Mi«* Ar\«-ri*^ A fr\ ••/irta nl \t vtn II , TIPT) car. This engine probably will need a new type * STOP-tlfldlstufbed by the racket of s pass* train behind them, these sea gulls line up like ducks in gallery to suft themselves 6n a railing of the "S»Bahn" elevated railway tfiangte in Berlin, The fairway is uncle? East German jurisdiction, but the birds Steh't worried about botdets. of politics. • , Dulles Carries Enormous '•••' ' ;: Burden Of Responsibility Business Views Untied Press International antifreeze to prevent interaction between th« metal and the chemical. Mas Hpfttct Problem Some headache* In the Industry. ,^>l6rn his company turns out, One of the biggest headaches must eventually have a unltized for the large companies has been | body and frame, pointed out repeatedly by Artier!-' This, he said, •would present can Motor's Corp. P r e s 1 d' e n t; the Big Three with more head- George Romney. !«ch«, because it causes produc-j r ' M - however, in avoiding the lion anf ] development problems antifreeze problem, came up With When asked how his company ; whi( , h Arne ,ican Motors already > new problem. In present . day will survive head-on competition has ron q lie ,^ engines, heaters are operated from the "Big Three" in thei gut'there are many problems'from the water heated by its ef- smal car field, Romney always that win - rrtnfron i the' big mami- forts to cool the engine. Without points out that small cars will f ac ture'rs which even Romney lhis water jacket around an en- present the .sales forces of lhe. hBgn . t ',; enUonert to date . These'*«««• a different type of heater big companies with a conflict of; faj , largc)y in the area O f inno- must be developed, interest.' .._,. , ,,— t,;,, „,„„,,»„„(,„.„..„ Harrison Radiator Division of below oar Its diplomatic offices. vations the big manufacturers are expected lo bring out in their « M currently is working on de- small cars. jvelopment of a. hot-air heater for Engine In Rear 'the GM small car. This healer fiuek apt AN <* tt tttMltmtt discoufljtd, *«k««t< U>4 whelmH. The £piteo^«1 help yo« eo|X with Average length of life of Amer-! -r^g ^est example is the small probably will be much like the than human sympathy for a fellow, fluenced <by it, as in the case human in distress. That is .there, to be sure. But there is also a re- Inclo-Chlna. "Contains" Communism jij- SEtf. • Written Fbc UP1 i For six years; John Foster Du1> lei has been the target of vehem- en.ent public criticism. As secretary of state he has had to submit . . ,. -, , t *t'times to bitter castigation. His point: Mr Dulles is a publicj S p e rt to the noiy Communist na 1 of the most dedicated tions of the Far} Knst. His work aligalion that whatever the differ- 7 n international negotiations he i ences on Mr. Dulles' policies.; has been energetic and' there can be no difference on one [That is especially true with re- Commercial and finance paperjjra's wage earners Increased'Chevrolet which will have outstanding increased by 332 mil.,slightly in I9SS after showing a a ], irn f nuni ' air-cooled nanrake rf lion dollar, or 12 per cent, durln* 1 small decrease the preceding ^^"Tn the r™ of thecar Reserve year, it is reported by statisticians P i nclng the engine In the of the Metropolitan Life * ' Co'. January, the Federal an special hot • air heaters which en . were in use on autos In the 1930s | land 1940s and still are available a.s optional equipment for those ST, MATTHEWS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ward & Brown ing . ers, the bank said. Industries Minister Abul Kaslm 'Khan said Pakistan has no inten- iancing and steering 1 which enei- Accoi-ding to provisional mnr-jrieers in the big auto rompanies lallty figures for 1958, the aver-j have considered for a long time age length of life for the com-'but have never really been un- pany's industrial Sn ri dSe;f l fSm e 3E? l o h f aS hTi tJJTJn this administration he , n dating the < Japanese pw^^u™^ Tndu^rie"^.^*"" ? ° 2 yea ™' "" lncrea " e ° f °' 2 JS.C.2S? DS' SesS, and ^ carried without complaint an treaty under the rrevioll , admin-: ^ ^^lo^i^ I ^^-^ ."^"J" ™1^ Gen. George M/mshall a 1 s ojenormoUB burden of respohs^ihty.! is tratlon was an example of dip- ment , i— = ^ pollcyholders! der pressure to solve. Part of these problems are solved "bv the short wheelbase of reaped a harvest of brickbats for Perhaps, too, the. change reflects jiomatic virtuosity. I-also found his let-vine in what has become the a sudden, almost shocked aware- ( talents very much in evidence at MM! t«ylnfi- and excruciating of ness of the degree to which thc; t he conference in Manila in 1954 most ta.xing and excniciating •It assignments ment. in the govern- Secretaries of state have barely been popular, figures during their Incumbency. Public denunciation is, traditionally, an occupational preservation of freedom in peace j which led to the establishment of has come to be .bound up with iganization. this able and courageous man. I Communist Clilna Increased its exports to Southeast Asia last: year although encountering im-; port controls in, some countries, ; There is also no doubt t h a t) the Japanese Foreign Office said One does not weigh the crop be-j Mr. Dulles has pursued, with j0 n the basis of surveys made by i fore the harvest. In the same great vigor, the basic policy which ^^^^ fashion one cannot really evalu-ljie found when he came into of- Miller-Hood Pharmacy Better Prescription Service Hit DELIVERY 1122Alcock MO 4-8469 NYSILA CREPE $198 Yd. The Fabric Center of By BURLINGTON LEADING SPRING FASHION MATERIAL 100 S. Cuyler MO 5-3181 hazard. In the 19th Century, for: ate Mr. Dulles 'until the; conse-:fj f . e . That policy, in a sentence, example, William 'Seward was quehces of his policies can be;was the containment of Commu- splattered with public Invective (seen, in the perspective of history, nism. pending the time when ef- for his "folly" in dealing with the | One can. however, speak with .fective agreements for a durable Russians for the purchase of i first - hand knowledge of t h e peace could be obtained. Alaska. iwayMr. Dulles has conducted the j Communism hi)3 lmdoubtedlv Cotiti-asting with the criticism; office of secretary of slate in one b(?en rnntainoA ,„ a mil it a rv »f Mr. Dulles as secretary is thei of the most'critical periods in the ; sense _ reaction to Mr. Dtilies as a ser-i nation's history. j" lously 111 man. He is now thej In relations With the Senate andj recipient of an outpouring of ex-,particularly with the committee pressions of warm public- regard.:on foreign relations he has beeiij The contrast must be as pleasing!considerate, zealous and accom-| to him as it is'unexpected. -morlating. He has listened to ad-j Dedicated Public Servant j vice from members of the Senate i There Is more in this change; and has sometimes been in-j contained in a military Rend The 'Jews Classified Ads. Leslie Caron Free From Role Of Lili By A'BRXON S(X>TT I.'P1 Hollywood Correspond^ cent still intact. "I think these pictures will con< vince audiences I am no longer a HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -- Bid ye| c hnd p » 9ne said seriously. "After . irewell to the wistful waif who I,, j am ft wlfe and t he mother for the past eight years has capti-'pf Uvo r hiidren." vated moviegoers in the guise' of, Mllrrle(l To DlreP , or Leslie Caron.- • I Leq , le js mR ,. rlet i to Ene » sh dl . The petite French beauty w.ir nc ^ r p ^. Ha| , The ( . 01| , )le set her age (271 henceforth, fore.l m . M , n Ij0nc|on h you f going the delightful l'«le girl air , h 2 am) j enmfei , 6 roles she began in "An American mont j 1 . In Paris" and portrayed for the " last time in "Gigi." • "P^pn the nxet stp for-me In a pair of new movies Le.-lie »» '" P la >' « '- ole m "" * . t f\ r\£» n r> r\i ri ii'r»ni n T in "grown up" from the Keens through the last reel. first "I am deliriously happy about .to be an old woman. That would; ;be great fun," Leslie laughed. I '"You see, I am an actress and' Jt," she beamed during a lunch;! wo " 1(l like to P' we J ran P or ' break at 20th Century-Fox Studi.| tr "y mature rolea os. "It has been a long time com-' " r fton 't sing or dance in these In*, but now I'm fife from being; pictures either. And T haven't yjjl'i" ft £ last. danced ballet tor three years. "The waif isn't me. But people; "I believe if I ran play a 15 etil! try to ao/>pt me. They thinker 26-year-old girl convincingly I I a m a lost and frightened child, can also be convincing.as a worn-' who needs a home and protec- >» m y own age, or older. tj on ," j "My role in 'The Man Who l.'n- May Shook Funs jderstood Women' is very naughty. Leslie's metamorphosis from''11- might shock people into behev- pixip to full-fledged womanhood,'_"g I'm "° longer a little girl." may prove a shock to her fans.' Jn her ne\v movie, "The Man Who-' Understood Women,'' the fawn- eyed actress plays a movie star, complete with husband and liver.- She also has a scene in which »he gets tanked on vodka. In another new film, "Doctor's Dilemma," I^eslie plays a dramatic role previously essayed by' • dresses in their late 30s. . Though her roles have changed drastically, Leslie continues to be iin elfin sprite in person. 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