THE ECONOMY: Facts & Figures, Nov. 19, 1945

All for Andy. The 20 stockholders of Higgins Industries, Inc. voted unanimously to back up burly boatbuilder Andrew Higgins' solution of their labor difficulties.

They agreed to liquidate the company, including two subsidiaries which had no labor troubles. The vote to dissolve the corporation is "effective immediately." But work already in progress may force it to keep going for a few months.

Trees for All. There will be more Christmas trees this year than ever before.

So predicted Christmas-tree cutters in the Pacific Northwest, which furnishes a third of the nation's trees. Moreover, wholesale prices will be about half the 1942 wartime...

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