Business: Whoopee!

Next to the New York Stock Exchange, Henry Ford gets more free publicity than any other business institution in the land. All he has to do is to open his mouth and utter a few simple words and the familiar headline FORD SAYS blossoms forth on the front page of the U. S. Press. With the 1934 automobile season dead but not yet buried, the spare, grey-haired Man of Dearborn was again last week the envy of U. S. tycoons when he called in newshawks and announced that next...

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