Business & Finance: Figures, Facts

> U.S. national income in 1941 reached $92 billions, $16 billions more than 1940, $9 billions more than 1929. Common Washington estimate for 1942: $100 billions.

> A 40,000-kw. reserve generator of New York's Consolidated Edison Co. was bought by Defense Plant Corp. to be shipped from Hellgate to Dow Chemical Co.'s new magnesium plant in Texas.

> Manhattan's swank Abercrombie & Fitch is buying & selling secondhand English saddles, shotguns, field glasses, revolvers, because it can get no new ones.

> Putting its spring catalogue in the mails, Sears, Roebuck remarked that some of the substitute materials in its merchandise "have been found...

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