Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1963 · Page 22
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22 JSolesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Lounge in Luxury Profits for Most Firms In Prospect NEW YORK (AP)-Profits for most companies continued on the pleasant high road in the third quarter. And the outlook for the majority seems even brighter for the final months of the year First reports show many in dustrial leaders well ahead o! year-ago earnings. Some are setting record highs in earnings after taxes. Only a small minori ty trail 1962 results. Much of the current gain is due to increased sales and out put. But for industry as a whole there has been a welcome widening of the profit margin—a higher net return on each sales dollar—after several years of a tightening trend. And some of the reported after »tax profits would be even larger if the new additional deprecia tion deductions for tax purposes were figured in, as in previous years. The companies have more cash to spend but lower book earnings to report. Some bellwethers of industry already have reported on opera tions for the three months end ing Sept. 30. And in most instances the gain over last year is marked. Ahead are such giants as American Telephone & Telegraph, General Electric, International Business Machines, Radio Corporation of America, Firestone and Safeway Stores. Since many industries and companies normally make their best returns in the fourth quarter, confidence is high for a record year when the final bookkeeping results are in. The gain has been steady this year. The April-May-June quarter returns ran on average 12 per cent ahead of the January- February-March results, and 16 per cent better than the second quarter of 1962. The first quarter itself had been 4 per cent higher than the like 1962 period. Fronting on Atlantic City's five- mile-long boardwalk are 35 hot dog stands, 25 restaurants, 10 popcorn stalls, 50 novelty shops, 15 amusement parlors, four shooting galleries, five miniature golf courses, 33 clothing stores, two furriers, two stockbrokers and two phrenologists. Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1963 WEDNESDAY PRINTED PATTERN THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY ... EVERYDAY A NO'ffc.: S«na pailarn otattt cll- rael to Maw York. Watch addraaa below. Orderi will NOT ba accepted at Galeiburg nawipaper olilca Slip into something pretty—this robe or daytime dress with a ring neckline (so flattering). Choose wash 'n' wear Dacron cotton or rayon. Printed Pattern 4502: Half Sizes Wh, 16>/ 2 , 18'/J, ZO '/a, 22 Vi, '24%. Size 16 '/2 requires Vh yards 39 -inch fabric. FItTY CENTS in coins toi this pattern—add 15 cents foi eacb pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Register- Mall, 411, Pattern Dept., 243 W 17th St., New York 11, ti Y Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONir SIZE and STYLE NUMBER PATTERN FREE1 Mali coupon Inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now I Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 80 cent* for Cataljg. YES, J Frank's is QUALITY kraut, delicious hot or cold. JOGnnn ROMANY WAVSi Avon Club Reviews Russ Premier Topic AVON — Russell Newman read two articles from the New York Times magazine to members of the Avon Men's Discussion Group which met in his home Wednesday. Newman told of the change in Premier Khrushchev since his visit to the United States and of the changes in the Russian attitude toward the Western nations. Dr. Manning will give a discussion from the best seller book, "The American Way of Death," which is on funeral customs, at the Nov. 7 meeting in the home of Walter Hatch. READ THE WANT ADS! If you're looking tor a better way to go... LONG DISTANCE is the best way! And. •. the fastest, easiest, and least expensive besides! Business or social, neighboring city or across the country, your long distance telephone puts everyone within finger-tip reach. Use it often ... and you'll save money by calling station-to-station. Business Office Phone 343-1112 FOUR BIG DAYS OF SAVINGS AT CARSON'S SHOP EVERY FLOOR, EVERY DEPARTMENT ... YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE. Street Floor big bargains NYLONS Here's a wonderful opportunity to stock up and save; assorted shades. Sizes 8Va to 11. BLOUSES Reg. $4 to $6 short sleeve, roll sleeve in solids and prints. Save at these low prices. SWEATERS Bulky knit 100% orlon sweaters. Completely washable. Perfect companions for chilly days. BOXED CARDS Large selection of boxed greeting cards and stationery. Perfect party favors. HANDBAGS Entire stock of $3 handbags. This is our regular stock, not a special purchase. SUN GLASSES Regular 1.59 sunglasses. Good selection from a variety of styles. CPS BUBBLE BATH mi , lions of tiny bubbles. Softens water. 32 oz. plastic bottle. Reg. $1. CPS MILK BATH Contains whole milk and essential oils. 32 oz. plastic bottle. Reg. $2. MIRROR TRAYS Ideal Christmas gift. Special purchase. Limited quantity. Shop early. DRESSER SETS a piece in jewelers metal, gold and silver finish. Mirror, comb CM FACIAL TISSUE **. sorbent tissues in white, pink and yellow, mm M I Reg. 25c. I AMC HAIR DRYERS Portable $4 ^88 hair dryer. Complete with adjustable hood * • and flexible hose, JEWELRY Large selection of fashion jewelry including earrings, pins, bracelets, etc. NYLONS First quality nylon hosiery. Choose from seamless and full fashioned. 8V2 to 11. CPS brand. GLOVES Famous name fabric gloves. Regular $2 cottons and nylons in assorted styles. TYPEWRITERS Handsome regular $Q 1 50 $104.50 1963 model with all most wanted * *• features. 5-year guarantee. Smith-Corona. HANKIES Name embroidered hankies with hemstitched hems. Assorted names. MEN'S SUITS Famous makers. Reg. to $79.50. All wool worsted and sharkskins, year 'round weights. All sizes. MEN'S SLACKS Reg. to $12,95. Handsomely tailored, neat and comfortable slacks. Plain or pleated. Sizes 30 to 44. 48c $2.39 To $2.99 $J99 2/1 T Plus Tax 79c $"JS9 $399 $4" 12 2/1 3/*2 84 3/ $ l '57 $ 7 (UNCOtTS Reg. $24.95 men's pile J \\ I -\r\r\o/ _„l D.»t nr ( nr l "^/-ntrti. m I w lined in 100% orlon. Protested with "Scotch- guard" water repellency. STADIUM COATS Men's warm Sffl mmwU corduroy with wool ribbed knit collar. Sizes • 36 to 46 in olive and black. Third Floor big bargains GIRDLES Famous label girdles and pantie formerly $5.95 to $12.95. Assorted fabrics and colors. S,M,L,XL. SLIPS Nylon tricot slips. Famous brand white and assorted colors. Limited quantity. Hurry. GIRLS' SHORTS Girls' all cotton washable shorts in assorted colors. Save at ihis low price. Sizes 7-14. CORD PANTS Boys' corduroy slacks in beige, grey and blue. Sizes 14-18. Reg. $3.99. GIRLS' T-SHIRTS Large selection of T-shirts with sleeves, in assorted colors and styles. *3" '2 99c $ 1 Coat Sale FUR TRIMMED Here's a wonderful opportunity for savings you won't want to miss. Fine fabric beauties in a collection of fashion's newest styles, fabrics and colors. Choose now and save. Entire stock in missy and petite sizes. DAYTIME DRESSES Choose from a large selection of cottons and blends. Variety of solors — missy arid half sizes. Reg. $6 - $7. 2- $ 3 TRANSITIONAL DRESSES Transitional rottons, cotton knits, wool knits, dacron and blends. Variety of styles. Missy - half sizes. Reg. $1199 to $17.99 T FAMOUS NAME SWEATERS Large selection of better sweaters — in a variety of different styles and colors. Sizes 36-40. Reg. $8.99 - $14.99. Third Floor big borgoins PETTICOATS Styles for sizes S,M,L. Regular $5.95-$6.95. White, black and assorted colors. BRAS Famous name bras in assorted styles and fabrics in sizes 32 to 42. SNOW SUITS Toddler boys, girls and boys 2-4, 3-7 snowsuits. Assorted styles. GIRLS' DRESSES Choose from a variety of styles and colors in easy going cottons and blends. GAUZE DIAPERS Our own, quick drying long wearing diapers. While 25 doz. last. Hurry. RECEIVING BLANKETS — 2 $1 Infants Gowns and Kimonos .$1 BOYS' SHIRTS Long sleeve cut and sewn in a variety of colors and styles. Large selection. Sizes 6-20. SWEATERS Girls' cardigan sweaters. White, pink and blue in sizes 7-14. •4 $459 $A90 $ 3 n DOZ. 2/ $ 3 *2« Fourth floor big bargains '4.99 FITTED VANITY CASE $*fl95 maker. Reg. $24.95 vanity in willow green, Dover white, grey and blue. TOYS Large selection of toys including friction airplanes, cars, tank and many others. HAND TOWELS Checkered design in aqua, red and gold. Buy now and save. DACRON PILLOWS urious, plain blue ticking, finished. Size 21 x 27. RUGS Rayon and cotton rugs, skid resistant latex back, striped design. 27x48. MUSLIN SHEETS White consul sheets, twin and full size. Flat and fitted limited quantity. CPS TOILET TISSUE Soft facial type, assorted colors. Regular 15c. DRESS HANGERS Clear plastic dress hangers. $1.00 value. Buy now. PLASTIC SUIT HANGER Clear plastic suit hangers. Regular $1. Buy several. CPS SANITARY NAPKINS Reg-Reg. 99< ulars and supers. Regular price $1.59 and $109 $1.69. Super I 36" TIER Easy care, colors pink, — white and orchid. 100% rayon. Reg. $6.99 £ CORD TOSS PILLOWS ^ $1" filled, zippered covers, assorted colors, | 19 88c 50c $ 3" EACH it 8 /88c 4/ 88c *V7 Basement's big bargains RAINCOATS Women's raincoats, reg. $7.77 in assorted colors and styles. Choose now. CAR COATS Reg. $25 women's car coats from our regular stock, large selection. JERSEY DRESSES Regular $5.99. Floral prints in three styles. Blue, brown, green, cranberry. 12-20, 14'/2-24'/ 2 . BOYS' JACKETS Group includes wool suburbans, and norpole nylons. Sizes 8-16. Reg. $12.99. BLOUSES Women's better blouses in roll sleeve and long sleeve styles. Many colors and prints. 30-38. SNOW SUITS Boys' and girls' rugged nylon snow suits, hooded. Toddlers 2-4; children's 7-U. Reg. $9.99 to $11.99. «6 4 /»5 $8 & $10

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