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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - September 17, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin Your Monty's Worth Small Businesses Boom Encouraging BY SYLVIA PORTER Not since the boys came home from the wars in 1946-47 and began setting up or going back into busi- ness has the birth rate in American business been as rapid as in the last few months. The cycle of costly credit may slow the trend Porter by curbing the small business but so far it hasn't. The rise the number of business firms has been way above the average of the past decade. Small firms with few- er than four employes have been springing up by the tens of thousands. Filling repair discount miscellaneous service these dot the lists of new es- tablishments. Each statistic is more thought provoking than the last. All have a deep bread- and butler meaning to any person who has ever dreamed of being his own boss. The whole pattern is to the survival of the U.S. economic system. Increase an all-time peak of business concerns are operating in our full more than a year almost more than at the end of World war comparing to nn average annual rise of during this decade. The addition to our business population just in the second quarter was double the t o t n 1 added in the same months of 1958. More new businesses were established in HIP second quarter than in any 3-month period since year of reconversion from global when business b i r t h s hit a towering pace. More Than People There nro about 26J non- farm businesses for ench 000 of us now against 21 for each of us nt the start of this as Betty C. Churchill of the de- partment of commerce- puts the rela- tive growth in number of businesses has exceeded that in number of In whilo of thousands of businesses are faying or voluntarily liquidat- ing this many more are being born to replace them and add to our total business population. While there has been a perceptible decline in the number of firms in min- ing and there has been a bigger expansion In the service wholesale and retail transportation. these statistics are another confirmation of the facf that our nation is in a phase of broad economic growth. In each of the three post-war the pace of rise in our business popu- lation slowed. This it has been under- lining the power of today's expansion. Nation they point to the differences in the way we arc growing today as compared Thirsty Vandals Foil Soft Drink Machint Ala. was one of thane oufi drink ma- chines you' lift the lid and nee the of all the trapped bottles. One coin per- mits one bottle to be pulled out. But vandals thirsty ones saved their money. Police answered a call and found the tops gone from 21 bottles of and the bot- tles about half empty ap- parently thanks to straws and determination. Special lOc Introductory Offer OLD DUTCH POTATO CHIPS THIS f'OIM'ON Worth TOe lawurd pnrrhoc at miy Mr. pjirknic of Old Dutch Potato This coupon will bo redeemed lOc pliw 2o lor linnrtllriK when inn I led to Old Dutch .120 flour Kx- Minn. In- proving purclinio of Mifflclcnt iitoclc to covnr cou- poni prmontrrl for redemp- tion rniml bq nhown nn Void If prohibited or re- Mrlrtcd by Inw. vnluc of la. to past eras. We are shifting from a blue collar to a white collar becoming a land of salary instead of wage-earners. The little businessman is the heart and spine of our private enterprise system. He must be given every en- couragement to survive and thrive and that goes for this era of tight money as well as for any other. As long as we dream of independence and we can make our dream come our system will be safe. More Graduate Schools Asked Want Extra Training at' St von Institutions r.U-Crrictm Madlvon A stronger graduate school permitting advanced studies in seven additional state col- depends on the fate of budget Increases proposed by the state colleges. Chairman W. D. Mclntyre of the regents and Director E. R. McPhee of the colleges told Gov. Nelson the long- planned graudatc studies' pro- gram in the colleges will be slanted to improve proficien- cy of the classroom teacher. With the collaboration of the University of the colleges would provide graduate work in summer school. A teacher could en- roll for two summer schools at a state college near her then for two summers at the Unversity in Concentration of Economic Power New York George president of Ameri- can cays the steel has crippled the whole reflects a concentration of power in the hands of a few that should a visitor like Soviet Premier. Khru- shchev.1 whose firm pro- duces Rambler cars at plants in Milwaukee and made the American life for Tuesday 'about the time well as Mr JUirusbcbev to Kremlin leader arrived jff the fact of union pow Washington for an American I tour and talks with President Elsenhower. Romney ad- dressed a meeting of the New York Sales He and qualify for a master's de- gree. The new program would be offered In the summer of 1960. Some graduate work now is offered at the colleges in La- Superior and at Stout State Menomonie. If the budget is approved by the governor and the leg- islature service would be offered at Stevens River Eau Clare and Platteville. The project was planned originally last but de- ferred for more careful course McPhee said. HIRES MEAT FOR BETTED Try Our Own SMOKED CHICKEN delightful treat for that party or week-end company when you want to serve something a bit different. It's delicious and only Ib. 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Multi-Vitamin Only a Half Penny Healthy Hands always reach for Morning Glory Multi- Vitamin Milk every drop is full of energy. Each quart of Morning Multi-Vitamin and Mineral Milk is for- tified to furnish the minimum daily requirements of vita- mins D and niacin. Also the daily requirements of iron and iodine. Besides all that the taste's just All the family lives works when they drink. JX AX WE HAVE IT NOW others may follow later. JNEWSPAPLRI
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