Deep under the dirty, swirling waters of the Detroit River, molelike workmen last week put finishing touches on a vehicular tunnel connecting Detroit and Windsor, Ont. To the ceremonious opening of the tunnel went Canada's Minister of the Interior Thomas Gerow Murphy, Ontario's Acting Premier George S. Henry, U. S. Minister to Canada Hanford MacNider, Michigan's Senator Arthur Hendrick Vandenburg and its Governor, Fred Warren Green. In Washington President Hoover clicked his gold telegraph key to start the first speech.

More than 20,000,000 passengers travel yearly between Detroit and Windsor. Many of...

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