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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - November 22, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Two the Racine journal times sunday bulletin november 22, 1936. Nation nears recovery goal As profits cheer Industry Awakening of h e a v y goods industries is promising sign. Continued from Page i be the largest single team engine order since 1931 and the largest individual order for Baldwin since 1930. Income boosted. Income from transportation amounted to $6,500,000,000 in 1929, and $3,700,000,000 in 1933. Recovery to $4,300,000,000 is expected. Income from manufacturing was a Little More than $18,000,000,-000 in 1929 but dropped rapidly during the depression and in 1932 and 1933 was less than $8,500,000,-000. From this it has risen steadily to contribute in 1935 $12,-000,000,000, or from 20 to 25 per cent of the total National income. National income has risen from $39,500,000. 0 in 1932 to an urinate of something More than $60,000,000,000 for the current year an increase of More than $20,000,000,000 a ear. Values of stocks listed on the new York Exchange have increased from $15,600,000,000 on july i 1932, to $58,500,000,000 on nov. I 1936, a gain of $42,900,-000,000. New York Bonds have risen Between $13,000,000,000 and $15,000,000,000 in value. Roughly total Security values in the United states Are More than $100,000,-000,000 greater than they were at the depression Low. Bank deposits at Peak. The average value of the Ameri j can Farmers real estate gained 4 per cent above last year a Bur eau of agricultural economics stir j vey revealed. This Advance for j the third successive year placed the values 12 per cent higher than j they were in the Spring of 1933. \ established in 1930, although Cash income received by farm savings deposits Are still sub nor a is from products marketed in j Mal. The increase in deposits has september totalled $754,000,000, i aggregated several billion dollars compared with $635,000,000 for real estate values have in August and $648,000,000 for sep creased More moderately than tember 1935, rental and Benefi Stock prices but the upturn has payments by the government been substantial and the move amounted to $6,000,000, compared appears to have just got under with $10,000,000 in August and $57,000,000 in september 1935. It Isnit too late a new kind of salesmanship recommended As Best prescription for growing pains during recovery from depression. By Frank Lovell chinese youth held warlike War with Japan called Only salvation for youth morale. I f the violent emotion and hysteria of modern americans could be harnessed and diverted into useful channels sufficient Energy Way. Christmas club savings reached a new High of $43,900,000 this year. This represents a gain of $6,000,000 and of 117,000 accounts Over 1935. Soaring Christmas shopping Trade May make the coming yuletide the Best for retail stores since 1929, the National retail dry goods association reported. A thousands of stores Are reporting Early interest from con umers in Holiday merchandise a Channing e. Sweizer managing director asserted. A Confidence in business conditions appears to be broadly evidenced. Sales during tile Holiday period for the country As a whole Are Likely to show a 12 to 15 per cent increase Over retailers show upturn. It was estimated that orders for full and Christmas merchandise would show an increase of 7.6 per cent Over 1935 and would total approximately $3,650,000. Department store sales for 1936 Are expected to be highest since 1929. Figures for the first nine months of 1936 show an la per cent gain Over the corresponding 1935 period. September alone was 14 per cent above step Ember of san Francisco a . A not Only is War with Japan the Only salvation of the morale of chinese youths but the chinese youth Myca. A Community Chest Agency. Racine was represented at the 34th annual Wisconsin older would be available to Light and heat half the Homes in the nation. Sentiment rather than thought dictates mass decisions. Emotion not intelligence or logic seems to characterize All our actions in times movement in itself is almost cer of emergency. Charges Are hurled indiscriminately orators for every Camp wrap themselves in the Flag and wave the Constitution those who disagree with us become tories or reds vicious Barons or agitators bogeymen Are set up and knocked Down again. We rave and rant and butt our brains out against stonewalls. America in any kind of a crisis presents a boys conference held in Beloit pathetic and sorry spectacle. Swayed by any kind Friday and saturday by a Dele j of bunk or propaganda the Gullible and excite gation of Twenty three. Those who Able Public is easily duped and divided into bitter made the trip were Harvey Lar opposing factions. Rave and rant japanese invasion in 1931, he declares a new youth movement has developed and continued. It is marked by an Ever increasing desire to Check and cease japanese a it is a vicious Cycle a declares or. Kuo a in which the chinese youth movement now finds itself. Repressed by the government students concentrate their hatred on the japanese subjects in their province. This gives the japanese government a cause for dispatching an army and forcing submission or humiliation from the chinese government. Admits untoward acts. A a the latter in their turn further oppress the youths and again helpless against the government the students inflict More maltreatment upon the As a professor of psychology or. Kuo declares that the material Vul Sims sen John Klingenberg Quinley Schulz Jake Erdman Chas. Beadles Bernard Kummel John Gifford Richard Ritz Allen Porter Lars Wanggaard Tom Taylor Russell Anderson. John Vande bunt Harvey Bell Jack Bell Kenneth Killberg Harry Cox John Sorenson Esmond Moran Leroy Anderson. Harold Savides James l. Hancock and Raymond c. Vance. We never think our Way out of any dilemma. We never try to get the facts or Reserve our decision until All of the evidence has been heard. Its so much easier to jeer or to hate or leap to conclusions. In intemperate language we abuse those who have not been converted to our Way of thinking. And then we Call the mexicans barbarians because they encourage Bull fights. Perhaps it May be necessary eventually to establish courses in Clear thinking in our higher institutions of learning. Tain to precipitate that War according to or. Z. Y. Kuo former president of the National University of hang How. Or. Kuo came to the United states to deliver a lecture on the psychology of the chinese youth results of the War Are not the in movement which he believes is portent thing. A even though the the final Factor that must deter chinese May feel that the chances mine either the Freedom of Chi-1 of Victory Are Small a he says a from japanese influence and a they Are losing everything now domination or its ultimate sub As the japanese army is gradually Mission. Stripping the country of All land a the Young men of China Are and resources and their attitude is desperate disappointed and Reone of a Why not put up a fight a a sent Ful a says or. Kuo a and or. Kuoy a conclusion is that in pitched to such a degree of Des less the youth movement itself operation that suicides have be eventually results in precipitating come a common occurrence asap a War Between China and Japan put on an All Star performance in your own cellar with the hottest Coal in town phone Jackson to r u4060 k. Success in an economic or material sense is attained by Diligence perseverance High ambition Thrift Industry honesty those represented in the main loyalty and a multitude of other Noble Virtues according to ancient Are the William Horlick his club maxims. Thus giving the younger chinese an outlet for their feelings of patriotism the morale of the coming generation will be shattered. 1935. The first two weeks of. October advanced 12 per cent e rce tvs Bank deposits have now exceed above the 1935 level. Daily aver Tive Washington Park his club and the Junior secretaries of the y. M. C. A. Boys department. Everyone has returned Home not Only glad that he had an Opportunity to attend the conference but with a resolve that he is going to better prepare himself to meet it is self evident however that Success often can be traced to Freak of circumstance Accident of birth or geography Chance discovery of Opportunity or sheer Luck. Many upon whom Fortune has smiled because of Luck or Accident. Are successful in spite of themselves and not because of ability intelligence or virtue. The Wise and the morally courageous will concede the truth of that assertion. Any historian will Point out examples to coned the Peak Levels for All time close out Sale Wall paper washable fade proof i �?50 patterns Roll. In 25c to 40c values close out Sale gloss enamel washable durable. For Walls or Woodwork. Regular $2.95�?gal. S1.98 age sales of general merchandise in Small towns and Rural areas for october were about 21 per cent and that he will strive to do More than his share meeting these problems As patently the Only Way out of the i policy called weak kneed. A weak kneed policy is the term he declares that the youth movement of China has adopted As sex j policemen lecture planning the present chinese gov or Emmentt a acceptance of Compro to a pupils Oil safety Mise offered by Japan because of Beaver dam wis. A a the restraining Force of the Island whether they be Public orators or army. The chinese youth move not it Dodge county a traffic efficient on the other hand wants cers Are going to a preach what either to resist or fight. They the county boards a the chinese government a says committee on traffic police agreed or. Kuo a is repressing the actions to Send the officers in full uni sorial co. 936 Garfield firm it. But the stupid ones blandly assume that Fortune has endowed them with super brains and uncanny ability to succeed movement fearing form to schools to lecture on in american youth should. All members of the Junior his higher in Dollar volume than for c is invited to be at the y. M. October 1935. In the Middle one coat paint have you tried this new paint one coat cover even on new surfaces. Dries in 40 minutes. Thins with water but when dry is washable. Come in for a free color card and demonstration. West retail Trade for the week of nov. 2 was 15 per cent above the i week before and 18 to 25 per cent j above the like 1935 period. A i nov. 14 estimation set retail distribution at from three to eight j per cent ahead of the preceding week. Latest figures on foreign Trade a phase of the american economic activity which has been slow to a recover from depression lows show a favourable balance for the first time since May and substantial advances in both imports and exports. The total volume of foreign Commerce for 1936 is expected to be the Best since 1930. Auto shipments gain. Factory shipments by members of the automobile manufacturers association during october jumped 262 per cent above the preceding month. Factory sales of automobiles totalled 139.785 cars in september As contrasted with 92,-863 a year ago. Boot and shoe production mounted 18.2 per cent during september Over september of 1935. Cotton goods manufacturers Are enjoying their Best business since the late 20�?Ts. On the basis of orders on hand the Mills have j work for the next four months. C. A. Next Friday evening at 7 Oclock for a swim and at 7 45 Oclock for a Junior his rally. The boys department at the a by a will be closed All Day thursday because of its being thanksgiving. On Friday an All Day trip will be conducted to Milwaukee to visit the museum zoo and other places of interest the Cost will be 25c. Registrations should be made at once at the a by a in any undertaking on which they might concentrate their doubtful talents. Just before the depression thousands of persons were lured into strange but apparently Greener get Rich Quick Fields of Endeavor when common sense was blinded by sudden Success. New Banks Corner stores a shoppes a brokerage houses and a user of the japanese safety. Ability did t count the pressure or. Kuo explains that there have been three periods in the development of the youth movement in China. The first which occurred Between 1918 and 1923, was characterized largely by the in thanksgiving dress values new style creations $27.50 Kra Shire Airliner Coats. 519.95 we carry an exclusive line of Fine dresses in stouts and half sizes Avenue Shoppe 1400 Washington a or vices sprang up like mushrooms All Over the land. Experience did t matter. Neither did democracy. Ability nor seasoned intelligence. In spite of their blunders and stupidity they made Money. Themselves and then came the collapse of the Bubble naturally they crashed. From that experience. America Learned that the successful proprietor of a hot dog stand might prove to be an a awful Flop As a grocery Man that not All Rich lawyers Are Able to diagnose the ailments of business that a steel magnate might not be possessed of sufficient brains to qualify him for a menial Job in some other Industry. We Learned that there Are tricks in every Trade and that it is a Wise Many yeah Wise indeed who knows How Little he knows. The second from 1923 to 1927, was communistic showing a marked russian trend. But from the beginning of the 8x10 enlargements of your favorite negative a n excellent gift suggestion. Mai remember Xmas w in t far away. Flan ahead rom the depression we Learned a lot. From recovery we Are learning even More. It is like going from High school to College. A we have not increased our prices a Dahl s same popular Low prices exist today As in past years. We have not increased the Cost of any service. A Fine Metal half $ Couch casket 275 of Cen pie in j in Silver Bronze or shaded Bronte finishes. The above service includes the services of our funeral car 2 family cars embalming and services cemetery Case Palms door Flowers and Candle service. Ordinarily these charges amount to $75�?but at Dahl a they Are included in the service. A Beautiful cloth $ covered half Couch 150 0 Complete j the above service includes the services of our funeral car 2 family cars embalming and services cemetery Case Palms door Flowers and Candle service. Ordinarily these charges amount to $75�?but at Dahl s they Are included in the service. Note our Price on a child s funeral is based on the actual Cost of same. Daub Hove. End Mill continue to five the Complete facilities of our service to less fortunate families mho have been forced to accept Relief. Their services Are handled no differently from the service Given others. Dahl funeral hone 1436 Erie Street Jackson 2758 fourteen Church teams have a registered for this year s Church basketball leagues at the y. M. C. A. Six of these Are in the Pioneer j division and eight in the Comrade i in the present period the nation again has become acutely division. The leagues will Start conscious of its a growing pains a labor problems changing consign Jadav tons new philosophies in economics and politics abandonment of _ old traditions and principles. The players of the y. M. C. A.1 for Many but not ally of these new maladies a new kind sunday school basketball leagues of salesmanship is the Best remedy. It is not a question of Selling held two rules interpretation oods or of a far Flung extensive sales Campaign with which Busi meetings. Those who have attend Ness and Industry Are 50 familiar. It is a question this time of applying All the most effective methods to promote distribute and to one of the Iea a officials will j perpetuate Good will tolerance Temperance in thought and action understanding and appreciation of the other fellow s problems. The Campaign must be conducted by conscientious but expert individuals who scorn cheap trickery deceit High pressure and buffoonery. In Many communities restoration of Good health will be slower and More painful than it should be because application of sensible treatment has been delayed far too Long. In Many of these localities Liberal doses of Good will and understanding were recommended years ago by men thoroughly conversant with the disease preventative properties of this sort of Medicine. But in those Days Many of the Wise Guys scoffed at the warning by imperiously asserting a that sort of thing could t happen and Many of those who by virtue of their circumstance should have been most cognizant of their responsibility to their communities explained that they were not interested in any particular localities for their markets they contended were National in scope. And that ended that for no one can argue with a Man who knows everything. But it did happen. And those who once were blissfully unmindful of intangible obligations have suddenly discovered that big markets Are composed of a lot of Little markets that a nation is merely a Union of localities. It Isnit too late to Start now. The treatment will be a bit More expensive but the patient can be saved. Lincoln photo shop Iso Villa c. J. Jorgensen smartly styled rimless glasses will add to your appearance. Let us show you the newest styles. De these meetings or who report to one of the Lea be eligible upon registration play in the first games of the season which Are scheduled for saturday nov. 28. The schedule is As follows Pioneer 1 00 St Luke svs. Second presbyterian. 1 30 Trinity is. Bethania. 2 00 first evangelical is. Grace Baptist Comrade 2 30 St Luke s is. Trinity m. E. 4 30 Welsh presbyterian is. First evangelical. 5 10 salvation army is. First Baptist 5 50 Bethania is. Plymouth congregational. But it did happen Lopen tuesday and Friday evenings who a who in permanent waving bested experts know hair texture regular $4.00 Debutante 2.00 regular $ Bobbette will take on any Typo of bar. $2.65 the regular $10.00 in Divide Alle finest Ware obtainable at any Price. $5.00 not a difficult question to answer by the increasing number of women who Are getting their Waves at bested a. Their operators give you the Correct Type of permanent for your hair a since the texture and condition govern the pad and even the solution used. Waves priced for every purse. Shampoo Finger wave rinse 4a4 and brim. Quot Finger Miv Txton tar re a no limit to curls Waves no extra Char 1.50 to 10.00 Beste Beauty Salon i aim Cfall wore with or without appointments jail cab ao05 a in main 3lo permanent warm experts a Frances Halverson. Manager waa9 the y. M. C. A. Industrial volleyball league will play a series of games tomorrow evening starting at 8 Oclock. All players should report As per schedule. Your Choice of any Standard steel vault $56.00 Opportunity is being offered a by a members to ride horses or ponies on saturday afternoon by an arrangement entered into with one of the local Riding academies. Boys Are required to Register in Advance and whenever 20 or More Register for any one saturday they will be taken from the a by a to the stables and return in the a by a bus. While there they May ride for a Short time As Well As receive instruction in horsemanship. The total Cost will be 10c and must be paid at the time of registration. The first trip will be next saturday when the bus will leave the a by a at 2 30 Oclock providing Twenty have previously registered. Eleven grammar schools were represented at the first Gray club rally by one Hundred and seventy one boys. These clubs will meet on thursdays at 4 30 Oclock at the a by a for club meetings handicraft movies games and swims. They will not meet this coming thursday because of thanksgiving. Many Pioneer and Comrade clubs Are registering for the y. M. C. A. Inter club basketball season which will Start at the downtown a by a the second week in december. Until that time the clubs May have practice periods on the gym floor by registering for them at the Ltd a a a the Southwest Branch a by a leagues will Start playing on saturday afternoons at fratt school gym As soon As enough clubs Register for the leagues. A new Pioneer club is being formed at the Southwest Branch a with or. Charts Corm a the advisor this group is meeting on wednesday evening at 7 Oclock. Any boys interested in this group should report at the Branch next wednesday evening. Arthur Steele Cornelius Pel Robert Brown Adam Vermey Arnold Matson Roland Speckman Edw. Welsh Richard James Gerald Peterson James Krucas Ronald Summers Dwaine Hubbard. Donald Lahr Gordon Ross har High school students will be held 0jd Traeger Richard Krause at the y. W. C. A. This week on Norman Stengaard Leonard Hul saturday evening starting at 8 Bert and James Krenzke. Oclock. Next week saturday dec. 5, it will be at the y. M. C. A. The open House program for the a by a boys table Tennis teams meet every wednesday evening at 7 Oclock. Or. Edw. Mitchell is the advisor. Any boy interested in becoming a member of this Hobby club from which the teams Are selected is invited to be present on wednesday evening. Messes. Ted Ruffalo Edward Bloom Marvin Gattie Charles Hjortness and Raymond Vance went to Camp anon Jig last tuesday. While there they repaired the roof of the mess Hall and completed the preparation of the Camp buildings for real Winter. They also enjoyed a Good horseback ride. They report a very Nice sunny Day but found ice on the Lake for a distance of three or four feet from the Shore. A great Many new members have been joining the a by a recently. Among the most recent Are Robert Buhler Gordon Gramling Camp Styli and medical corsets Expedy fitted it do listers Smth St. A team Mil double Trade in allowance on All items this week Only Philco g. E. Radios a a washers a do a Irones Gibson refrigerators Tappan so Chambers ranges too gals. Oil free with of Heaters watch for the opening at our new location. The All year a round fuel Racine Coke the slew Birling fuel Best for every month e it is Dean a economical. No soot. No dirt. No harmful and injurious gases a. A Little Ash at your dealer or wis. Gas amp elec. Co. Jackson 6400

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