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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Odar Rapids Gazette: Sun., July 21, IS74 Aufo Firms Of Europe Pinch BONN (MM) Bicentennial Meet Friday fuel (TIMS m-ior happened But i n.'w And live indusln leaders prnlu-t lhat in n.umrics this will the Wlir-il _.. inanufiu-tiiriTs hail m ;1 In Ccnn.un Vul I'liairm.ui Hiidnif iinidiied "I'lM diuiln will he iKinlcsi year HI I hi' liiMiirv works." The nmipuin lias an- nimill ll evpe. Is red fur firsl Reports on the progress ol several projects already un- derway and (in meetings with jslate officials will he present- ed Friday to the Mid-America Bicentennial commission. Act- ing Chairman Hubert H Fawn said Saturday Included will lie a report from Project Director Hubert M 1. .Johnson on a conference last wwk Gov Robert Ray Kaxun rwmnis- sion's program "will Kain vis- ibility" in the near future when the "Spirit nf bus on the sin-rt The HTA Holland's DAP Director Leo VM said. "The measures around the ml crisis. wi! fuel restrictions, car-less Sundays and speed limits, have shaken the faith of drivers in the free use of the in such a way ihat the purchase of replacement of the automobile was delayed and the money used for buying some other durable corals." A spokesman for France's Renault works voiced a more optimistic' view saying, "Most people are already [urRrttini; I he Rasoline price hike and by the end of the- year large models will be selling again." One thing clear between the cost and price increases on the one hand and psychological factors on the other, Europe's auto producers, like their American and Japanese counterparts, are in for a hard time in the near future. With few exceptions, domes- tic sales have plummeted, as have exports. Production cut- backs, which resulted in large-scale lay-offs together with price increases, combined into a vicious circle whose end result has been an even smaller demand for the au- tomobile. In West Germany production in the first four months of this year was 17.1 percent below 1973. In the first quarter. Holland's output decreased 32.5 percent, and Great Bri- tain's was down 19.2 percent. bus currently is being painted red, white and blue and will IKJ placed in service soon The Bicentennial commis- sion program, which is being launched through Ihe financial assistance nf local firms and and by federal and state grants, will focus particularly on "Invite the World to Visit Mid-America in The priced -.viM opportunities for families to host visitors from other na- tions during the bicentennial year. Faxon said IT'S THE SEASON FOR GARAGE SALES. GET RESULTS WITH A CLAS- SIFIED AD. DIAL 398-8234. Killian's "Genie" The Petite Wig the carefree, casual wig to make your pretty little head prettier! 6.99 Regularly 25.00 The petite wig mode to comfortably fit the smaller head. A capless wig of Dynel5 the touchable fiber that feels like real hair. 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