People: Oct. 15, 1965

Her new husband may be in that line of work, but the lady will have none of it. "In Detroit," said Mrs. Henry Ford II, 37, to the New York Herald Tribune's Eugenia Sheppard, "I am known as the bicycle girl. I can't drive a car." Not one of those things her husband makes, anyway. "I used to drive in Italy with a small, little car," explained the former Maria Cristina Vettore Austin, "but over here I don't even try. American cars look too big on me." Nowadays Cristina just leaps onto Stepson Edsel's bike and tools around Grosse Pointe. Sometimes,...

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