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¶ Last week Walter P. Chrysler made public the first report of earnings since he put this year's streamline and "Airflow" models on the road. Net income for the first quarter was $3,303,850, against a loss of $3,038,081 in the same quarter last year, and a loss of $2,066,485 in the first quarter of 1932. The directors voted a regular dividend of 25¢ a share, plus an extra of 25¢. Mr. Chrysler explained that while most of the company's increased shipments were Plymouths and Dodges, unfilled orders for Airflow cars were 15,580...

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