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Automotive News Briefs: November 17, 1922

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Automotive News Briefs: November 17, 1922

General Motors Adds to Officers.

The New York Times

Charles S. Mott, Executive Vice President of the General Motors Corporation in Detroit, and Fred J. Fisher, President of the Fisher Body Corporation, have been elected to the Executive Committee of the General Motors Corporation. Announcement was also made that James D. Mooney, President of the General Motors Export Company, and John L. Pratt, General Manager of the Accessory Division of the General Motors Corporation, have been elected Vice Presidents of the General Motors Corporation.

Motor Bus Men Form Association.

The New York Times

The National Motor Transport Association, composed of bus companies operating passenger carrying buses over regular routes, was organized last night in the Hotel Pennsylvania. Better bus transportation service throughout the country is the association's aim. Patrick Healey of Waterbury, Conn., was elected President, and E. N. Burnitt of New York, manager.

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