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Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Jefferson City, MissouriPage 3 Auto recalls hit Al time High Detroit a la arc to mobiles have torn recalled in the last Cix Tjun Ever before a a similar period and u it seems like million to right More Titan million Caw have been recalled since last december the vast majority of the recalls however were for defects newly surfacing to cars built anywhere from s to 10 years ago not All of those recalled had defects for instance general motors recalled 32849 bulks Oldsmobile and Pontiac to find 1250 which had received faulty wheels Why so Many goo ups after All these years of experience and the millions upon millions of dollars continually pouring into research engineering and Quality control in the nations major manufacturing Industry mostly it boils Down to de to design or engineering that stay hidden on the drawing boards in the laboratories or on the test tracks but a perfectly designed and engineered ear could be forced into recall by a single component installed upside Down along the Assembly line by a Workman new on the Job All automakers strive to out the possibility Al worker mistakes but they Haven always been Success Ful in the Buic Oldsmobile Pontiac recall it turned out that one welding machine in a suppliers Plant malfunctioned for two Days without any outward appearance of trouble wheels and rims were insecurely joined testing disclosed the goof up and a Check Back pin pointed the cause and time but 32649 cars had been equipped with wheels from this supplier in those two Days All were recalled and located before there had been an Accident or injury charged to them almost half As Many automobile i have been recalled Tor inspection and correction of suspected defects As have been sold in the United since the National Highway safety act became Law in 1966 the figures roughly Are 552 million sold and 25 million re called according to automotive news but Many of those recalled were built prior to clouding More than a million 1965 Chevrolet involved in a current Campaign Ford and general motors have recall campaigns under Way in which their fixity Bills Are expected to run to million plus each Why do multiple mistakes continue one Industry expert put it this Way humans design and Engi Neer the cars from scratch then other humans build maintain and operate the machines that turn out a cars 15000 parts and put them together others test the product and still other humans buy and drive it most Assembly lines for maximum Economy and efficiency Are geared to turn out a car every minute pm has 22 in the states and two in Canada Cadillac is set for 51 cars an hour and Vega is trying for 100 so with 15000 parts per car every hours operation on a single average line represents the Assembly of 900000 parts and it takes action by the better part of almost 1400 moving parts to get a car rolling William d Innes a Ford executive vice president was asked recently Why there seemed to be More recalls than 10 years ago a More sophisticated Consumers and More sophisticated consumer advocates he said the automakers insist that inspectors somewhere along the line catch the vast majority of units getting Sloppy workmanship and see that they get immediate repair Irving Bluestone a Law vice president and chief of its pm department said that la each Case to our knowledge the recalls so far directly attributable to engine ering or product design defects Sisino machine and vacuum repair White sewing can act St Lawrence Church St Lawrence Church marking Centennial freewill baptists go old fashioned the congregation of it capital City freewill Baptist Church 1212 e High St win celebrate its first anniversary in the Church building sunday with old fashioned Day services at the morning service beginning at am there will be special music by the m o r 1 a n family quartet sunday school will begin at am news Media Balking at convention rent the parishioners of St Lawrence roman Catholic Church St Elizabeth will celebrate the Parish Cen Tennial tuesday the Centennial program will Start at 4 pm tuesday with a pontifical co celebrated mass at St Lawrence Church the principal celebrant will be the most Rev Michael f Mcauliffe s t d Bishop of the diocese of Jefferson City Bishop Mcauliffe will be mans 207 e Mccarty family style dinners at Westphalia inn to vhf to without Romr Kiflom 4559m1 assisted by Rev Henry j Figge a former pastor of the Parish Rev Ferdinand c Bonn the present pastor msgr John f Huhmann a priest son of the Parish Rev Jerome f Best Gen msgr Bernard Koenig Rev Clarence e wiederholt and Rev Joseph j Wilberding All former associate pastors present for the mass will be the most Rev Joseph a me Nicholas s t d auxiliary Bishop of the diocese of St Louis in All More than 50 priests will participate in the ceremonies representing All parts of Missouri after the mass the St Anns altar modality under the direction of mrs Leonard Doerhoff president of the modality will serve a banquet for the priests and members of the Parish the featured speaker for typewriters commemorate the Day with a typewriter Fine one Way to say congratulations to your favorite graduating students is with a portable or an electric typewriter from Check office reasonably priced and a wide selection to choose from Check 115 e Miller office equipment company dial 6357969 the Centennial banquet will be archbishop Mcnicholas the history of the Catholic Church in St Elizabeth dates Back to 1870 when Owen Riggs founded the first Catholic Church in Miller county in the Vicinity of present Day St Elizabeth the present Parish was established i 1871 in 1907 the present Church was built and in 1971 a major renovation of the Structure was completed delaying the Centennial Celebration a year two named couriers for Southwest Baptist mrs Lloyd Haworth of Centertown Baptist Church and Tim Holcomb of the first Baptist Church Here have been appointed As couriers for Southwest Baptist College in Bolivar a courier serves As a Public relations Contact for the College within his Church he also handles scholarship applications and provides information concerning the school county receives state school funds Cole county will receive a quarterly state school fund apportionment payment according to figures released today by county treasurer Paul Hogg the Jefferson City school District received the biggest share with other school District figures Are Russ Ellvine i Wardsville Rii Centertown Rhi Eugene re after the morning services a Basket dinner will be ser Ved the Rev Harry Beatty promotional Secretary for Missouri state association of freewill baptists will speak in the afternoon the Rev Frank Giunta a pastor of the Church the services Are open to the Public Lake Parish accepts area volunteers Marilyn alter Meyer new Haven Aimee Baker Linn Pegi Phillips Jefferson City k a t h r y n Plunkett Rolla Sherry Sanders Sunrise Beach and Fred Stoenner Washington Are included among those selected by the Lake of the ozarks Parish to participate in View Volun Teers in ecumenical witness this summer View is a work witness program comprised of 34 Young adults who work in secular jobs in the resort area and Volunteer their talents to the various activities of the Parish ministry Washington a a requirement that the news Media pay an estimated million to rent space in the Miami Beach convention Center Between the National p o 1 i t in a 1 conventions apparently win be rebuffed by All the Media with the exception of the broadcast net works the alternative is to pay 35 cents a Square foot daily rent in the Case of the smallest assigned cubicle 5 by 6 amounts to for the 36 Days Between the end of the democratic convention and the beginning of the Republican one for the big us news serv ices the rent would Cost around to both the associated press and United press International have chosen to move their equipment out of convention Hall and store h they estimate tentatively that this win Cost from to saving in the Range of for organizations not requiring As much space for photographic and Darkroom equipment the saving May be proportionally smaller but such newspapers As the new York times the los Angeles times the Washington Post and the Wall Street journal have also decided to dismantle for the three major net works with sophisticated Al e c t r o n i c and camera equipment and Anchorman Booths constructed above the convention Bah floor the problem is More Complex All three said their major problem is not Money but time they maintain it would take them More than 30 Days to dismantle and reinstall their equipment so they could not possibly be out of the Hall for More than a few Days City manager Clifford Okey says the network Booths will stay in the Hall but that he does not yet know what the rental will be the City owns the convention Center network sources say they have been Tom they will be charged each to re main but they estimate it would Cost perhaps More each to dismantle crate and Label each item of their equipment and install it again Mccormick v Wilson for circuit judge division 2 Democrat political and paid Lor by Wilson for circuit judge committee David c Harrison chairman Tiptn hooves saturday special Fried served with mashed potatoes Chicken Gravy and Choice of 2 vegetables new to ufos open tuesday thru thursday 11 am to 9 pm Friday to am to 3 am closed sunday monday eat in or carry out Call 6355000 Tiptn hoofed fish chips 512 w Dunklin l pc mattress factory the in appreciation to the Kos listening audience please stay tuned throughout the Day and evenings for abcs mystery record feature Kos is still offering this fantastic recording while limited Supply lasts this unique recording is being Given away absolutely free thru radio station Kos 1240 on your dial for Mora details phone 6364137 memorial College scholarship award presented to or Dale r Lueckenhoff he Lias High senior join the hat Fields Mccoy fora hillbilly Buffet every Friday 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