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Books: It Can Happen Here

LIFE OF AN AMERICAN WORKMAN (219 pp.)¬óWalter P. Chrysler, with Boyden Sparkes¬óDodd, Mead ($3). The Locomobile at Chicago's 1908 auto show was a honey. The paint...

Business & Finance: Chrysler Motors

(See front cover) Last July, in a matter of fact sort of way, Walter P. Chrysler offered the public a new automobile called the Plymouth. On the thirtieth day...

The Texas Touch

When the Chrysler Corp. delegated Lester Lum Colbert to negotiate a new wage agreement with the U.A.W.-C.I.O. last August, Detroit's automen gossiped that he...

Animals: Misbehaving Motorman

Misbehaving Motorman (Concl.) When 33 U. S. sportsmen banded last year to help Government and private conservation agencies protect and restore the nation's...

Business: Chrysler & Cricket

A fortnight onetime Member of Parliament is Cyril Atkinson who at 61 sits upon the King's Bench Division of Britain's High Court of Justice. Fond of golfing,...

Business: Another Chrysler

There is nothing complacent about Walter P. Chrysler, super-mechanic. Fame and a fabulous salary were his when he boomed the Buick. He straightway proceeded...

Business & Finance: Taxes & Profits

Not long before Franklin D. Roosevelt was nominated in Chicago in 1932 cool-headed investors could have bought stock in Chrysler Corp. for $5 per share. Last...

Business: Temperature Corp.

Two shining stars adorn the family diadem of Walter P. Chrysler. Son-in-law Byron Cecil Foy, who married Mr. Chrysler's eldest daughter Thelma, is, at 40,...

Business & Finance: Chrysler Predicts

Ever since Walter P. Chrysler took over the dilapidated Maxwell Motor Co. and, after rechristening it with his own name, made of it the sensational motor...

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