The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 27, 1963 · Page 5
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The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma · Page 5

Lawton, Oklahoma
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Tuesday, August 27, 1963
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MORNING AT 9: THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Tuesday, Augurt 27, 1963 5 HERE EARLY! Silvertone Portable TV in SHELF-THIN CABINETS Terrific low priced set for den, children's room or office, Big 19-in. overall diagonal screen, 174-sq, in. viewing area. Up-front controls lor easier tuning. N0 j 1ONTjY (Hi Sofii's Ensy 1'Mvmpnt Paint It Yourself and SAVE! Prices Cut on Deluxe-Quality Pine Furniture Check The Features . . . The Low Prices! JS-r; ! | ; « fM i\ \'i $=/! '! ' · Handsome modern pieces, ruggedly built in solid clear pine · Kiln dried to rcsfsf warping -- reinforced at stress points · Professionally sanded -- paint or stain glides on easily · Large non-snag, easy-glide drawers won't tilt or stick Regular $15.98 CHESTS 4-Drcmer SAVE $4.10 Big ^-drawer chests, 30 low priced you'll want more than one! 23 3 /$x33 inches high, £* ! ''OUR HOUf* NO MONEY DOWN on Scan Easy Payment 9-Drawer Dresser Regular « Q QQ $24.95 r^fiOO Fabulous double-dresser b u y ! 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Now Sears Guarantees Them 2 Full Years Fine' quality blend of rayon and cotton, Rich 5-inch nylon binding is guarateed for the life of the blaket or a .new binding .free! 'Enjoy v/crmth without 1 weight. Beautiful decorator colors.". · · · ' . · . . · · - . . ' · · · · __99 Full Size NO MONEY DOWN on Sears Revolving Charge at Sears and Save; I [Satisfaction Guaranteed ; or Your Money ; Back: · : i 1 1 t h and-Gore Lawton, Oklahoma Mori.; Thurs.; Sat.' ' ' Tues.; Wed., Fri. 9:30 'til 9 ' 9 : 3 0 'til 6 Many Problems Face Business Before Holiday By SAM DAWSON AP Business .Yews Analyst NEW YORK (AP) -- A larger than usual pack of problems crowds the final week before Labor Day, The Ions weekend will start the fall season for many businesses and consumers. But there is an oUselting bundle of firm statistics and high i hopes. This preholiriay week will see another deadline In the long bubbling (cud beiween the railroads and -their operating unions over work rules and employment. Boln this and the racial turmoil dramatized (.his iveek by the march on Washington hold potemial threats to industry and citizens alike, if the issues aren't solved. This week will see con'.inuinp; arguments in Congress over the limited nuclear tost ban treaty and the proposed (ax on American purchases of foreign securities and the bill to cur individual and corporate income laxes. All affect phases of business planning and oporalions and 30 deeply into basic issues and problems ahead. Bur in spite of all the srri/c and uncertainty rhjs summT, consumer confidence apparently still holds high. And so does individual spending and business activity, More persons plan to buy new houses and c-ars ihan did last sprinc, but fewer plan to buy household durable poods. The surveys are regarded as a pruide to consumer confidence. P l a n s can change, but ihey do show how people are feelins about their own and the general economic outlook. For a c u r r e n t guide to consumer confidence the economists watch retail sales and housinz starts. Buildiji? has held high, with apartment houses accounting lor most of the total increases in recent months. Retail sales are weli above a year a.zo, The auto industry is expressing confidence that the new models coming out in rhe next few weeks will spark a third straight year of srood sales. In one section of the household durables marker, rhe American Home Laundry Manufacturers' Association reports that July factory sales of washers and dryers ] ran 9 per cent ahead of la?l year. Sales in the first seven months of 1363 topped the like period of 1952 by K' per cent. Both industrial production and personal incomes set records in July. Quotes In The News (Res. U.S. Psf. O f f . ) By Unifrt Press Intemariwial SHEPPTOf. Pa. - Henry Throne being hauled 3f9 feet out of a mine shaft in which he had been [rapped two weeks: "What a ride Ihis is; I feel like a banana.' 1 WASFrrNGTON'--A. Philip Randolph, \egro labor leader and "elder statesman" of the civil righ:s march on Washington: | "N'o force under the sun can block or stem this civil rights revolution now under way." ! SHEPPTON, Pa. -- H. B°ech- ; er Oiarrnybury, state secretary ' of mines, praising workers who · rescued two miners from a shaft 309 feet underground: i "The driDers put the drill down like they were dropping it on a i basket of eggs-" ! WASHINGTON -- Vietnamese · Minister Counselor Nguyen Duy Lien, who resigned his post in protest of attacks on Buddhist · pngodas: "ft is turning people away from the government and the principal task of fichring the Communist Viet Cong/" i Edmondson, McCarfy : To Address Youths i OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- The 1 Great Plains Conference of fount: i Democrats opens its annual con- 1 venlian here Friday with about ; 300 delegates expected. . Don Hamilton, president of the Oklahoma Young Democrats, said ' ihe three-day convention will be ! highlighted by workshop sessions i on leadership training and the j 1964 campaign, · Oklahoma House Speaker J. D. I McCarty and U. S, Sen. J. Howard Edmondson, D-OkJa., will be speakers. WILL. VISIT LONDON CARACAS, Venezuela (AP)-Venezuela's foreign minister, Mai- cost Falcon Briceno. will go to j London next mouth vj discuss the 1 Venezuelan-British Guiana border dispute a spokesman in Caracas reports. Venezuela, has challenged the 1899 treaty establishing the j border. COMING... S O O N "20-Year Warranty Homes" Watch For Them!

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