LABOR: Model T Tycoon

Henry Ford, the most famed tycoon alive, was up a tree this week. The old 'coon had been treed before, but this time not only Organized Labor but the U. S.

Government was after him. C. I. O.'s tough young United Automobile Workers had given formal notice of their intent to strike Ford's River Rouge, Highland Park and Lincoln plants. In Dearborn, Mich., in the vast River Rouge plant, mounted policemen patrolled the grounds. There was no trouble yet, but no one could say when there might be.

Mr. Ford had either to deal...

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