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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 27, 1936, Image 31

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ECONOMY OF SCARCITY
SCORED BY GEN. WOOD
By the Associated Press.
CHICAGO, February 27.—Holding
an “economy of scarcity” should have
no permanent place In the American
scheme, Gen. Robert E. Wood Tues
day advocated a large volume-low
price production policy for agriculture
and Industry.
In an address before the Economic
Club, the president of Sears, Roebuck
k Co. maintained:
“It Is the main function of capital
Ism to produce and distribute goods
at the lowest possible price consistent
with fair profits and fair wages, It is
better for the farmer, as well as the
manufacturer and merchant, to get
larger volume with moderate prices,
rather than low volume with high
prices. Agriculture as well as industry
cannot permanently aim for any econ
omy or scarcity."
He said steps should be taken to
guard against "ruinously low prices
caused by an overwhelming surplus,"
and added:
“But the ideal for the farmer, man
ufacturer and merchant is to run his
plant to full capacity at moderate
prices, provided he can earn a living
by so doing."
Wild Turkey* Hunted.
Wild turkey hunts are attracting
many to Kazakstan, in Russia.
LOCAL WOMAN HONORED
Mrs. W. Chapin Huntington, for
mer president of the Smith College
Mumnae Association, is one of three
nominees for places on the college
board of trustees, according to word
received here today.
Mrs. Huntington completed her
term as president of the alumnae as
sociation last year. The other nom
inees are Mias Justina Hill of Balti
more and Mias Mary Vardrlne McBee
of Charleston, S. C. The trustee, who
Is to represent the Southern district,
will be elected In June.
Flood Ban Motor Robin.
Serious floods In the Rhone Valley
stopped the plan of Francois Lecot,
the French “marathon” motorist, of
driving dally between Paris and Monte
Carlo for a year, and he covered only
84,375 of his intended total of 284,550
miles.
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