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GETTYSBURG COMPILER, But the Re] Presi- 1 to the I poii- ; j pal- j monger- j among : un- ' de- i j reck- ; ' . was ob- ; ava- it ! in- . on statement life in insur- 193J. In[ of supported and state imme- eight- STOP FUMBLING WITH RECOVERY SHOUTSLANDON Gains and Gains and! Gains Are Reported By Nearly Every Business. From Gov. Landor.s Speech of Acceptance [ ! ! ] -so 7- 4 oer week advanced 1.9 points to .-- cent of capacity, the highest point since recovery began in 1933. A j month ago operations averaged 72.5 'Â· per cent, while a year ago the rate was 48.9 per cent.. Automobile de-; mand is holding v. ell. despite change over in designs and belief is express- ed that tin plate tcnnaae will break all records since 1928-29- The Census Bureau reported Sept. 21- "The cotton spinning industry: operated durir.g Aug. at 1158 cent of capacity, compared with 764 e:cc during Aug.. 1935 s to p resen: . 0=3 name shoe manufacturers and } the of poi- Comrnis- most season." of the m- ail D. s attack in been paying adnunic- Finance tanners reported Sept. 21. "Unusu- ally heavy volume of business Show production likely to exceed the rec-, ore-breaking output of 3S3.761.000' pairs in 1935, -shich m turn sur-! passed 1S34 production 7.4 per cent." The National Lumber Manufac- ! Hirers' Association reported Sept. 21 Â· "The week ended Aug. 29 was the record week for both production and shipments standing at 65 per a ;: r cent and 63 per cent, respectively, the 1929 record." citizens composjig Edison Electric L^i.rutc reported Sept 20 that electric power procuc- D y tion in August hit the highest in the history of the industry. j ?;as The publication ' Electrical reported Sept 20: "One hundred j s.nd thirty-two power utilities sold i a 22 per cent more domestic electrical, o appliances in the first half of 1936 j errs than in the same period of 1935. j The 132 companies serve 15396.010 j households, or about 75 per cent the entire industry." The publicauoa "Chain Store Age" announced Sept 19 that its ~;ncex of 5 and 1C cent department store chair, sales in August was approxi- mately 1:2 0 of the 1929-1931 ces age for the month taken as 100. Aug. 1935. it was 101.0. Index of sales of the drug chain group was 122 3 in August, this year, compared with 114.0 in Aug. 1935." The Association of American Hsii- roads announced Sept 21: ' Class I railroscs of the U. S on Sept. 1936 had 22 354 new freight cars order, which compares with 7.240 cars on orcer Sept i. 1935." The regular September survey on retail credits of the Department of Commerce, covering 14 types of retail stores in SS cities showed that bad debt losses on open credit sales were cat from one per eer.t in 1934 to six-tenths of one per cent in On installment sales the losses :ell trora 2.4 to 1 5 per cent.