AUTOS: No Model Change

To no one's great surprise, the short will of Henry Ford, filed for probate last week, brought about no changes in his empire. Nor was there any indication that the Ford Motor Co. would have to float a public stock issue to pay the enormous inheritance taxes. It looked as if old Henry Ford had taken care of his death as efficiently as he had run his life.

The Ford stock he held—55%—was disposed of in two ways: his 94,955 shares of voting stock which control the company were left to his four grandchildren, Henry, Benson, Josephine and William, and...

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