AUTOS: The Little Giant Goes

Young Henry Ford, barely settled in his new chair as president, gave his billion dollar empire a shaking that rattled its teeth. The first shake tumbled Harry Ben nett out of power.

Bennett, the apple of Old Henry's eye, has long been second in command of the company. Young Henry removed "the little giant" from his potent position as boss of Ford's labor & industrial relations. Then, in two days, he demoted or fired nearly a dozen Bennett-men. Mr. Bennett would continue as a director of the com pany, but from now on....

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