Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 18, 1963 · Page 18
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Americans Apt to Believe Too Strongly in Trends Golesburg Register-Moil, GoJesburg, III. Wednesdoy,Sept., 18, 1.963.J7. By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) - Americans afe confronted again today with evidence that the course of industry and trade isn't perpetually and inevitably upward. Their tendency usually is to exaggerate the meaning of any such bobble just as it is to build hopes too high on any upward gains. Industrial production dipped in August from July. Employment didn't advance as much as it usually does after the July slack period. The big spurt in industrial output in the last seven months after a long spell of inaction had led many to forecast the same big gains over the rest of the year. It will be easy to read too much into the August dip, just as it was to read too much into the previous seven months' figures. There are explanations for the dip that erase some of its significance, and for the previous rise which take away some of its glamor. Those viewing the current economic upturn as aging and therefore ready for a downturn may take the August figures as a text for sermons on caution. Most industrialists probably have already seasoned their views of continuing prosperity with a good helping of caution. If they haven't, the warning of the August figures that the lines of their charts can't always point upward may arouse a little caution, never such a bad thing as some hold. The Federal Reserve Board reports its seasonally adjusted index of industrial production in August was 125.6 per cent of the 1957-59 average. In July it had been a record 126.5 per cent. Actually, the production of both nondurable goods and business equipment advanced. The dtp came in durable goods, mining and utilities. In mining and durable goods the decline was caused mainly by a wider than usual shutdown in auto production for model changeovers and by a drop in steel activity which followed the announcement of a new labor contract. Car production already is on the rise and is expected to go still higher, with the new models now making their bid for public approval. Steel output also is increasing and new orders are coming in at a rate that guarantees at least moderate gains in the weeks ahead. September and October are likely to tell a lot more about the health of, and the length of, the current upturn in the business cycle than did August. Keithsburg Couple Leave For West KEITHSBURG — Mr. and Mrs. James Frick left Thursday to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. James Hall Jr. at Vallejo, Calif. Their daughter will enter the Base Hospital there next week for surgery. Mrs. James Hollinrake, who submitted to surgery at the University Hospital in Iowa City last week, returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale McCaw and Miss Ellen returned Sunday from Riverside, Calif, where they spent 10 days with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alden McCaw. Mr. and Mrs, Dale McCaw, Mrs. Blanche LeMon, Mrs. Verna Louck and Miss Margaret Taylor were Galesburg callers Thursday. Miss Ellen McCaw, daughter of Visit at Gilson GILSON — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dredge, Mrs. Maud Means and Mrs. Harry Frew of Godfrey were Sunday callers at the Will Wadham home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wadham were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Knox of Alexis. Mr. and Mrs. Dale McCaw, left Tuesday for Moline where she will enter the Moline Public Hospital for nurse's training. Blair Hutt, alderman of the 3rd Ward of the City of Keithsburg, who was injured some weeks ago, returned home from the Mercer County Hospital in Alcdo this week. Amsterdam is the capital of The Netherlands, but The Hague is the seat of government. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Jesus was of Jewish descent, as were the apostles and most of the early Christians. 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