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, FORD HAS NEW PLAN TO MEAN
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Detroit, Mich., June 18- Details of
"another gigantic plan fathered by
9Henry ForcT; automobile manufactur
er, became known here yesterday.
:The motor magnate has secured op
"tions on large tracts of land on both
sides of the River Bouse, north of
sthe village of Oakwood, comprising
eover 1,000 acres, and expects to erect
a vast plant in which he win manu
facture a tractor engine for farm use.
"It will be cheaper than horses and
"far more efficient.
Ford's plans also have been ex
7tended to erection of an ideal city
?for employes of the great plant. To
''save the men who will work for him
"from Teal estate grabbers, Ford plans
flto buy up enough ground in the vicfn
ity to accommodate them and sell
ot only the land but ideally con
structed home to the workers at low
"prices. The plant is expected to em
ploy 20,000 men.
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HOYNE TO SHOW LETTER TO
f BACK UP GRAFT CHARGES
A sensational letter treating the
fcases of Former Chief McWeeny, Wil
liam Luthardt, secretary to Chief
Healey, and Cap't of Detectives P. D.
O'Brien is promised by State's Att'y
Hoyne. The civil service commission
wfll have a basis to work upon, he
The announcement follows his
statement of last week that "corrup
tionists are gaining control of the po
Jlice department." The note will come
early next week.
"' Charges were preferred before the
civil service board against Cap't Sto
Ten and Serg'ts Weissbaum and
Roth. Chief Healey declared that
"Roth had been named, although he
"was discharged, because civil serv
ice might still rule against him.
William Egan and Walter O'Brien,
'figures in the shooting of Barney
TUertsche, will be placed on trial next
Wednesday. They are accused ks
members of the "clairvoyant trust." I
ADVENTURES OF MR. MOUSE
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The Man With the Hoe,
As you probably know,
Was anything else than a dub;
But he missed all the fun
That's enjoyed by his son,
The man who can handle a club.