Business: National Show

Extra trains ran to Manhattan for the 28th National Automobile Show. The motor makers had spoken well, well in advance. President W. S. Knudsen of Chevrolet Motor Co. presented the new line of Chevrolets; Chairman Roy Dike-man Chapin* of Hudson-Essex had made the first offer of a 6-cylinder four-door sedan to sell in the $800 class—the Essex at $795. President Edward G. Wilmer of Dodge Bros, spent more than $67,000 to hire Will Rogers, Fred & Dorothy Stone and Paul Whiteman's Orchestra to entertain over the radio...

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