Business: Power & Precision

Opened in Cleveland's huge Public Auditorium last week was the 1935 Machine Tool Show, first that the industry has felt prosperous enough to hold since 1929. The volume of machine tool orders —one of the best indicators of industrial activity—has been mounting sharply of late, and the industry now talks of a better year than 1929. Though the Show has been planned for about a year, tool makers grew happier as the months passed, and by last week had assembled the greatest display of power & precision...

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