Business: Car Cartel?

Many a U. S. automobile executive, including Charles Franklin Kettering of General Motors Corp., was in Paris last week for the international motor show. But Andre Citroen, leading French motormaker, was in Manhattan. He attended a luncheon given for him by the directors of National Automobile Chamber of Commerce. Toastmaster was G. M.'s Alfred Pritchard Sloan Jr.; guests included young Errett Lobban Cord of spectacular Auburn Automobile Co.; William Crapo Durant of Durant Motors, Inc.; Charles Michael

Schwab, Stutz investor; and many another concerned with automotive affairs.

All motormen at the luncheon listened...

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