Arms for the Ships

The Navy completed—with the opening of a new ordnance plant last week—a new group of factories which will add a modest 100% to the output of those types of war goods produced at the Navy's main ordnance plant in Washington. The new group consists of three plants (which will give the Navy nine ordnance centers):

> The plant opened last week—a little $20,000,000 job, consisting of 15 enormous buildings completed in seven months on a 140-acre tract at Centerline (on Detroit's outskirts). Managed by Hudson Motor Car Co., it will turn out everything...

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