Time Clock, Jul. 21, 1958

1958 HARVEST will equal last year's record despite crop controls, will create bigger stockpiles and raise Government farm costs. Wheat and soybean production will grow to new high, though cotton and corn will drop a bit.

STUDEBAKER-PACKARD reportedly will drop Packard from production because slow sales held output in past six months to mere 1,546 cars. It is expected to concentrate on small cars that will be low-powered (starting at 92 h.p.) and 3 ft. shorter than Ford, Chevy or Plymouth.

AUTO-LABELING LAW, signed by President Eisenhower, provides that each 1959 car carry tag telling model name, final assembly point, means of delivery...

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