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cl ~b who " 'ill be furnidted wi.h pmpc-r teq,,;,ilion ! ., forms, propo:rlr filled OIIt •• hould be relurned '" . ut him grasp definitely the idu that any reuona Ne, perl Ollal sacr ifice o f rnorncntary, unnecessary thrill will more than pay, "Pinst Iht tim~ when t he income from hil aco:wnulation shall hayc produced a sum sufficient to ptlr Chall C the nceellities of life. brain .'i O thoroughly that he would come to cl ing tenaciously to 54-7 per cent interest in so far :1.1 p:lyilli' it out himll CH is ooncern W.. On lheir ;lrrival the Bo Iton ians were met by a special oo""",l Iee and after breakfast went up to the top of the Woolworth Tower. few surrounding coun tiu and latcr the tr;ollie .ignala on Fift!! After the party returned to ~hore they wcre taken to the Lambs aub and ~nj oycd e,·tning dinner in Ihe atmo.phere of New York'. A trip to the Hippodrome ca rried the theatrical atmosphe re a bit further and proved a plusant ending to the day'l aa'vi, ies.. - 8o$r ON", )i"ss.-A dcleg;otion of B()5ton Rotarians and Rotary Annes reeently enjoyed the hospitality o f the New York dub. On the bo; I.t they were joined b)' the Rotary Annrl who h~d been inspecting the departr Mnt store.. That it hal held ii, foremost place: in economic thought and pracli cal fin.1nce for th irty rurs i. id~nce of iu sound pri nciples and uselulnen in Io:~nrral bllsi ness af · f~; ... darity o f npplicd thoughl ; ;1$ logical deduclion , alld gene ral freedom fro," error, "lace it in the foremost ' :onks 0 1 lite Tatu •• of a seicntific natu re.
SERVICE ABOVE SELF - HE PROFITS MOST WHO SERVES BESI' IN THIS ISSUE: The Million-Dollar Glitter By GEORCE P.
t Gat tz ) III "'''0 ., - 12 THE ROTAR I AN January, 1923 The Decline of the German Mark By ELVINA R.
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fortable and useful in this life, able to hell) the needy, rtady to do hi. We would bum the wonden of this Independency idea into the yow'g man'.
be accompanied I viding ta lks for their children: age they arc gi,·en various ;;;.;ri, We would suggest to them how any boyar girl with Ihe vision may or save, or ea rn a M UYC .20 a month al lourteen )·tars 01 age, not with the idea of being rich , but con I. 11'e "'e,,", is c Tossed by a permancnt Ii Tit product ion o f As Yo" La.