The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 19, 1964 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, November 19, 1964
Page 6
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. Thursday, Nov. 5,1964 I LI) TIPTON DISCOUNT CENTER 116 NORTH MAIN STREET TIPTON/INDIANA OUT OF BUSINESS! 100,000 Stock Must Be Sold Regardless Of Loss Our store is bulging with huge stocks of Christmas toys, gifts, jewelry, clothng and shoes for the whole family. Everything must be sold. We cannot wait. Our building lease is running out. Our huge $100,000.00 stock of merchandise must be sold at sacrifice prices. We can't take it with us. Never before have you had the opportunity to buy for Christmas at such fantastic low prices. o - o - CAN SAVE! 0% -AND MORE! Famous Name-Brand Merchandise Benrus, Gruen and Timex Watches. Sunbeam, Dominion, Universal, Silex, Presto, Rival, Oster and Norelco Appliances, Shavers and Hair Dryers. Western Shotgun and Rifle Shells. Ansco Cameras and Film Ram Power Tools Complete Line of Mattel and Ideal Toys Over 4,Q00 Pairs fo Shoes and Boots in Stock Clothing for the Entire Family . . . Infant, Girls, Boys, Ladies and Men. Sporting Goods. Ornamental Wall Clocks, Kitchen Clocks and Alarm Clocks. Complete Line of Paint, Linoleum, Rugs and Nylon Carpet Rugs. Everything for Christmas, Decorating ---- Artificial Trees, Large Selecton; Christmas Lights; Wrapping Paper; Color Wheels and Hundreds of Other Items to Make Your Christmas Scene Complete. ' • % We Will Be Open 7 Days a Week.... Monday Through Saturday -;9.00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Sunday - 12:00 Noon to 8:00 P.M. DON'T HESITATE! * * * the Selection Is Great DON'T Come WAIT! In Now 116 NORTH MAIN STREET TIPTON, INDIANA y By JESSE BOGUE UPI Financial Editor • J NEW YORK (UPI)—Windows [decorated in the Christmas mo- 'tif already are beginning to sparkel along 'sections of Fifth Avenue—and Thanksgiving not here yet—and may help to turn the minds of business, executives to other aspects of gift- giving besides the shopping. '. A few still are going Jhrough a sort -of annual debate": shall we discontinue the practice of showering gifts upon business associates or customers, of if we continue it, shall we set a limit upon the amount involved in each gift (most do). Some even question the advisability of the office or plant Christmas party. The recent |Survey by Dartnell Corporation, business research publisher, showed that the number plan- .ning such festivities this year [had dropped slightly from 1963, going from 63 per cent down to 62. 4 Business practices in the gift [field vary widely. .A few ban their employes, and- most/particularly those ' purchasing and supply departments, from accepting gifts -from persons with whom they, do business. . A number of advertising |firms now use the device of notifying their business associates that a contribution to one or another of several charities has been made in their names, rather than a direct gift. J Other firms have turned the (money once spent on business gifts into educational fields. ON THE FARM FRONT (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By GAYLORD P. GODWIN United Press International "WASHINGTON (UPI) —The Agriculture Department today predicted the upward trend of farm real estate values would continue in 1965 with the total rise more than offsetting the anticipateed hike in farm debts. In a review of the 1965 agricultural finance outook, the department predicted the value of farm assets would approach $231 billion/on Jan. 1, nearly $8 billion higher than a year earlier. Virtually all of this increase will be due , to the continued rise in farm real estate * values, the department said. • • r iFarm debts are "expected to be up about $3 billion from the beginning of the year. This deb't rise would .leave an increase of nearly $5 billion in farm assets. Farm debt has increased', by about $3 billion during each of the past three years. The department said reports from all areas of the country .indicate that farm borrowings again will be large in 1965. The agency said the farmer spending will reflect purchases of land, facilities, equipment, and supplies to improve efficiency. The agency said farmers apparently are using credit to meet an increasing proportion of their capital needs and are borrowing to improve their homes and standards of living and to educate their children. The department said ther.e are indications that the cash and debt situations of many farmers are .less favorable this fall than a year ago. Drought and reduce** cattle prices are cited as the major causes. During the late summer and fall, large areas. of the country— from the northeastern states to the Rockies — suffered from severe drought. For some areas it was the .third consecutive year of drought. By Nov. l, more than 1,000 counties had been made eligible for drought assistance. The department said the effects of the drought were to lower yields 'of corn, grain sorghum, soybeans, hay, pasture and other crops in the affected areas. Lightweight cattle and sever culling of hrds were reported for some southwestern ranches, and increased purchases of feed for dairy cattle will be required tihs winter in the Northeast. (Rey- U.S. Pat. Off.) ' By United Press. International SOME COMPANY LEWISTOWN, Pa. (UPI) — Singer Elvis Presley received one write-in vote for president of the United States, official returns showed Wednesday. Former Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge and Gov. 'William W. Scranton also received one vote each. . I POOR HAUL SAN SIMAS, Calif. (UPI) — Sometime 'before dawn Wednesday a thief broke into the rear door at the Rogers auto agency here, dragged, a 750-pound safe Jhrough the building and apparently loaded it onto a truck and drove off. Sheriffs-deputies said whoever stole the safe went to a tot of hard' work for practically nothing. 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