Business & Finance: Show

Few U. S. industries can collect from their customers year after year an admission fee for the privilege of inspecting a product they wish to buy. Yet last week in Manhattan tens of thousands shuffled in line to pay 75¢—the price of a Broadway cinema ticket—to see the U. S. automobile, Model 1935.

Sponsored for the first time by local dealers, the 35th annual New York Automobile Show was, for the first time in years, a dignified affair. The crowd went in larger numbers than ever before. Private hotel shows were banned by mutual...

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