AUTOS: Body by Fisher

One day last week a representative of Detroit's famed Fisher brothers made the rounds of Detroit news rooms. In each one he left new photos of the brothers. To Detroit newsmen, well aware for 36 years of the Fishers' distaste for publicity, this act was almost a news item in itself. But the real news broke the next day—from Alfred P. Sloan, General Motors' board chairman. He announced "with great regret" that the Fisher brothers were retiring from "active service" with G.M. after 25 years as top executives. *The announcement came as...

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