The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 23, 1970 · Page 2
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Page 2 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1970 I I' I I I 1. I ..aimers variety 9tores ALL DAY Thursday-9 am to 6 p BIG HOUR SALE Selection •Discount Prices 3 TOY I CLEARANCE SAVE 1 /; 3 to IP MORE TONKA TRENCHER $4,99 $3 33 8- x- a- TONKA "MINI'S" $1.27 88' TONKA DUMP TRUCK $2,59 $| 77 ELDON RIDEM CAR $33.6tf 00 SIZZLERS JUICE MACHINE $2.59 $|67 I r Hi Flower & Dolly MAKERS $9.99 $4 76 large DRUM SETS $8.88 $6 00 I Beauty VANITY SETS $5.27 $400 HAPPY HOLIDAYS TWIN-PAKS POTATO CHIPS ARTIE'S POTATO CHIPS 38 c • Fresh Crisp Flavor • A Favorite With All • Buy Now for New Year's • Regularly: 59c PLANTERS PEANUTS 58 c • 13-Oz. Jar • Fresh Roasted Flavor • Always a Welcome Treat • Regularly: 88c . PEPSI COLA * 8 pack * 16 oz. bottles * For Those Whd Think Young plus deposit Ladies/Girls QUILTED ROBES 1 /3 OFF Ladies Blouses-Slips DRESSES 1/2 OFF Heavy-Duty Quick Start BATTERY CABLES 99* LADIES PURSES $|00 reg. $3.47 set of 8 Beautiful DRINKING GLASSES $^72 GRAVE WREATHS 50 30 count PAMPER reg. $1.79 NOW $|33 v BATHROOM CADDIES $400 Mens Terry ROBES 1 /3 OFF CHRISTMAS TREES $11 .88 .$.£00. $|Q00 $18.88 PLASTIC HOUSEWARES SPECIAL LAUNDRY BASKET fenillWlife, 66 • Round Only • Color: Avocado • Regularly: 88c ALL-PURPOSE PAIL • 12-Quart Capacity • Avocado and Orange • Regularly: 88c DISH PAN • Holds 14 Quarts • Harvest Gold and Avocado • Regularly: 88c WASTE BASKET • 15-Quart Capacity • Aegean, Moss and Gold • Regularly: 88c CHRISTMAS CANDLES "TOOFER" the price of 1 CHRISTMAS APRONS-HANKIES CORSAGES "Toofer" the price of 1 Ladies/Girls SWEATERS "TOOFER" the price of 1 CHRISTMAS CANDY "TOOFER" the price of 1 CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS "TOOFER" the price of 1 BELL RINGER SPECIALS SAVE 1/3 TIP-IT $5J6 $300 GRAND PRIX race set $2.86 $|96 play REFRIGERATOR & STOVE $ 1 $3.33 96 SUPER OVEN 10 $18.84 00 LIFE GAME *3 $5.77 99 WOW! A "TOOFER" SALE SAVE - SAVE DOUBLE! your choice MEN'S SHIRTS 2$ for 00 your choice BOYS TROUSERS "TOOFER" the price of 1 your choice COSMETIC SETS "TOOFER" the price of 1 your choice Girls/Ladies SWEATER "TOOFER" the price of 1 your choice GIRLS DRESSES 2$ for 00 CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE ALL CHRISTAAAS CARRY-OVER IS REDUCED SHOP TODAY FOR NEXT CHRISTAAAS AND SAVE TODAY! • BANKAHERICARD • • matter charge OR YOU* MONET SACK LARGE ASST. TOYS $1.27 < Ploy School TYKE BIKE $7.66 $4 °0 COKE MACHINES $2.96 $022 1 t t X We're cleaning house — Thursday, 9 to 6 pm. Everything that looks like Christmas (and some that doesn't) MUST GO! DON'T MISS THIS ONCE A YEAR SALE Below are just a few of the BARGAINS GOING ON SALE! X' I I I :X V 2 & MORE | television! highlights Thursday Television Highlights By United Press International Dean Martin, NBC. Christmas Eve hour with Bob Newhart, Dennis Weaver, Dom Deluise, the Golddigers. Repeat. 9 p.m. CST; Bewitched, ABC. In this story, conceived by students at Thomas Jefferson High School in Los Angeles, Damn loses a big account when a client mistakes a little black girl visiting his home for his daughter. 7:30 p.m.CST. ;] Thursday Movie^CBS. "The Password is Courage." Dick Bogarde as a British World War U hero who was often captured by the | Nazis, yet managed to organize many escapes. 8 p.m. CST. Christmas Eve Special, ABC. Music followed by midnight Mass from the Church of hhe Epiphany in Manhattan. 90 minutes. 10:30 p.m, CST. . "The Heart of Christmas," NBC. Half-hour rerun of Yule music conducted by Skitch Henderson. 10:30 p.m. CST. Pete Seeger Christmas Eve Special, CBS. A half hour of music with the folksinger. 10:30 p.m. CST. Christmas Eve Mass from St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York, NBC. one hour. 11 p.m. CST. Christmas Eve Service from the Chapel of the United Nations Church Center in New York, CBS. One hour. 11 p.m. CST. IWall Street Chatter 1 X X 'X X X X X NEW YORK (UPI) - "Unfavorable economic news is being all but ignored as investors hopefully look ahead to abetter year in 1971," the Alexander Hamilton Institute says. The company is maintaining a bullish outlook and recommends "a steady flow of surplus funds into quality issues." - - .The buying in the current rally has been institutional and "the public has been elsewhere," according to .the • Juneway Publishing & Research. Corp. With the buying "almost entirely institutional"^an£Lwitn public participation "nil," the company's assessment of the market is "bearish." The abrupt advance on the Dow "completed the transition period from bear to bull market," according to Abraham & Co. The company says bull markets "do not top out until long after a new high in share turnover has been registered" and it adds that "life expectancy of bull markets is normally reckeoned in years rather than months." Fcaser Management Association notes that "last year the least number of experts expected a drop under 750" on the Dow and. hhis year "the least expected event in a rise about 900." This mark, the company says, is being called "a wispy phantom in the distant future" but the firm is "of the opinion that the phantom is more real than imagined." TODAY'S ALMANAC By United Press International Today is Tuesday, Dec. ZZ. the 356th day of 1970 with 9 tc follow. The moon is between its last quarter and new phase. The morning stars are Venus, Jupiter and Mars. The evening stars are Mercury and Saturn. On this day in history: In 1775 the Continental naval fleet was organized, consisting of two frigates, two brigs and three schooners. . Each sailor was paid $8 a month. In 1864 Gen. William Sherman sent President Lincoln a message saying, "I beg to present you as a Christmas gift the city of Savannah." In 1944 Gen. Anthony McAuliffe of the 101st Airborne Division, replied with one word when ordered to surrender to the Nazis who had him trapped: "Nuts." In 1963 the nation's month of official mourning for President Kennedy ended. A thought for the day: Adlai Stevenson said, "The time to stop a revolution is at the beginning, not the end."

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