15 THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1959 Slst TELEVISION PROGRAMS 11:00 12:00 12:30 1:00 .1:15 1:30 3:30 4:00 5:00 5:15 5:30 6:00 6:20 6:30 7:00 8:00 9:00 S):30 10:00 10:20 \<i:Zd 12:00 11 00 12:00 ! .00 SUNDAY KONC-TV Channel 4 Polk St. Methodist Tliis Is The Life Colt on John News & Weather Hal Mayfield Pro Basketball Talk Back Omnibus Cuf of Your Jib Danger Ts My Business Annie Oakley Perspective Weather Buddy Bergman Sieve Allen Dinah Shore I,oreUa Young New York Confidential News Weather Beha v<» i'otirself Sign Ofl I 8:30 Maverick 7:30 The Law Man 8:00 Colt .45 8:30 Deadline For Aclion 1 fl:30 California. Passage 111:15 Nightcap News MONDAY KQNC-fV Channel 4 fl ;30 Continental Classroom f;00 Today 9:00 Dough-Re-MI 3:30 1 :00 •I :.",0 :> '.no 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 f. :"0 ? TO fl :00 0:30 11:00 : o : 1 r> 10:20 8:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 10:00 11:00 11.30 32:00 ! :00 3:00 3:30 I :30 r> oo 5:30 6:00 KFDA TV Channel 10 First Baptist Cii in h Cartoon; 3 Stoogrs Apartment for Peggy News &. Weat'vn- Outlaw Opt. David Grief Kingdom of the Sea Amateur Hour Small World 20th Century Lassie Bachelor Father Eil Sullivan snow G.E. Theatre Col. FlacU Richard Diamond Alfred Hitchcock Presents News. Ralph Wayne \Vent her "Canii!!'.--" RVn-TV Channel t Good Morning Borgcr Chunh of Christ N. Am. Church o£ Christ The Christophers Cartoon Carousel Sagebrush Theatre TV Reader's Digest Famous Playhouse Kartoon Korner Magic Town Farmer A! Falfa Roller Derby Bowline Stars Paul Winchell Lone Raiifrcr Texn.B Rangers US Farmer (leaned Up Last Year By OAYT.ORD P. GODWIN United Press International WASHINGTON <L'PIi--The Agriculture Department reported today the average American farmer made more money last year than in nny year since 1951. Thes net income per person on farms from all sourc.es rose 10 per cent in 195s to a. record SI,06*. This was a per cent above the previous high of $983 per capita in 1951. Realised net farm Income—the money left over after production expenses are paid-totaled $13.100.000,000 last year, up 21 per cent from 19.57. The department said total net income which includes changes In inventory at. the end of ihe year-rose 22 per cent to $11,200.- OOU.oOO. Larger rattle supplies and increased ,«t.ocks of wheat and corn on farms nt year's end resulted in a substantial increase in frm inventories for the sec.ond consecutive year. Gross farm income in 19,~»s was up 10 per cent to a record ?A billion dollars, exceeding Ihe previous peal-: of $37,300.000,(too set !n 1951 when the Korean war boom sent prices received by farmers to record heights. The realized net. however, was somewhat smaller th;m in 1951 he- cause of higher product ion costs. Farm costs were up 6 per cent 1o H record $21,'»00,i>oo,0i>o. This reflected incenses in hvesl.ock piirrnast'S, feed, mortgage interest, h!r"d labor, and pi open v taxes. The cxpen.se rose much less, however, than gross income, henco the substantial gain m realized net income. Tlie department said the improvement in gross farm income reflected lo per cent higher prices for livestock, increased market- ings from the record I95g crops (11 per cent higher than in I957>, and an incease in payments for acreage placed in the soil bank from 700 million dollars to 815 million dollars. In addition, a. wet fall in 1957 delayed marketings of some major crops, particularly cotton, until early 1958. » Price support operations rontri- 'buted .substantially to the gain in 'farm income. The dollar volume of price support extended by ihe Commodity Credit Corp. In I95o amounted to J3,100,000.000. virtually all in the form of loans. This compares with $1,300,000,000 in 1957. LIBERATE SELJLS HOMB SHERMAN OAKS, Talif. it'H — Liberace's shov.pla.ce home here with a 40 by 10 fool piano-shaped swimming pool wa« sold Wednesday for $SO,ooo to actor Spencer ! 10:00 Tlie Prlc« I* Right 10-30 Concentration 11:00 Tic Tae Dough 11:30 It Could Be TMI 12:00 News 12:15 Weather 12:21 New Ideas 12:30 Curtain Tim4 1:00 Truth Or Consequenc* 1:30 Haggis Baggia 2:00 Young Dr. Malone 2:30 From These Roots 3:00 Queen For A Day j 3:30 County Fair 4:00 Susie 4:30 Wicked Woman 6:45 NBC New.. 6.00 Local New* B:i5 Sports 6:20 Weather 6:30 Buckskin 7.00 Restless Gun 7:30 Wells Fargo 1 :0ft S:30 «:00 6:30 10:00 10:20 10 :30 12: Ob Peter Gunft Silent Service Arthur Murray fihtf* Highway Patrol News, Ralph Wayni Weftthe* Jack Pft» Stgfl Off 6:30 7:00 8:00 8: 45 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:3(1 11:00 31:30 Channel II Sun rise Classroom It Happened Last Night Captain Kangaroo Cartoons Morning Pla.yhmiM Arthur Godfrey I Love Lucy Top Dollar Love of Life Search for Tomorrow il:4« OtHdlftf Llfftt i3:00 thefttfS 10 181*0 A8 thfl World ftirlftl 1:00 Jimmy Deart Sho« !:30 House Pfttty fi;00 Big Payoff SMO Tns Verdict i* 3:0d firlghtef Day S:1S Secret Stofm j:3() The EdgS of 4:00 My LlUla 4:30 Popeye 5:45 Doug Edwards 6:00 News 6:15 World Of Sporti 6:25 Weathef foday 6:30 Name tliat T.un« ?:00 Th« Texan t:3o Father Know* fiest 8:00 Danny Thomas 8:30 Ann SoutheiTi »:00 African Patrol 9:30 Rescue 8 10:00 New* !id:2i) Df. Renatitfl Secret t:SS 8:00 9.00 11:00 11 :SO 112:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:30 4:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 Good Morning Funst-A-Poppm' Shopper Shov? Coffee Break Peter Ltnd Waye» Play Your Hunch Lloerace The Shield Your Day In Court Music Bingo Seat "fhs Clock Who Do Yott Trust American Bandstand Mickey Mouse All Aboard For Fun Soldiers of Fortune f :0f) Citizen' Soldier f:30 Bold Journey 8:00 Voice of Flrestonl 8:30 Ring Crosby 9:30 Sea. Hunt 10:00 Nlghtcour! 10:30 Farmers Daughter 12:00 Nightcap New* r fMtJUtJKf 8AOHDAD, Iraq lUPli - mier Abdul Karini gl-K4»lf« A meeting e? ffaqi I * ft ,t h c, rJ Tliursday that thl tl« # *M revolutionary government i* 19 "give the people compleli ffif» dom of thought and action.'* H. C. GRADY, JR. Announce! The Moving Of His Office* To 1921 N. HOBART South Of Highland Lumber Go, Phen« MO 9-94*1 pampa u maps • s Dominant Department Store You'll Always Have More to Choose From at Dunlap's Dollar Day BARGAINS FROM OUR 3rd FLOOR Lovely lingerie by pandora of California Gowns. Baby Doll Pajamas, Slips 99 lavish deep I rim at hem. \vhite. pink. blue, led ,iii() beige, fixes 32 to 40 at dunlaps dollar day. all one pi ire. 2 Ea. Matching Petticoats 1.99 ladies lace trimmed tailored brief Panties Panties sires 5 In 7 pretty lac* trimmer! 10 MZPS 5 to 7 in while flame, black, depict- in white'only, rep ].:P. rcg. Tflc dollar day at dunlap* 68c pr. 3 prs. 1.00 power not Pantie Girdles by free form 5i7.es small, medium, large, 3.95 value in white, gives you that free walking comfort, will not ride up. at dunlap's dollar day. ea. Contour Bras this lovely contour bra comes in pizes a to B. 32 to 38. will hold and mold you with a. natural bust line . , . you would expect to pay 2.00 for a bra of this quality ... at dunlaps dollar day 1 00 Ea. Ladies' Nylon Tricot Petticocts ]00 Ea. beautiful spring colors of flame, beige, nlso white, at dunlaps dollar day. Size S, M, i our easier parade Duster Set she will hp the envv of the easier parade m this pretty little duster with matching hat. sizes 4 to '14 should sell for 10.95. at dunlpa-s dollar day Children's Easter Dresses a big group selected for dollar day at dunlaps,.. sizes 3 to Hx I .77 si7.es 7 lo 1 ) A,77 Values in (his group (o 7.9.) :hilclrenrs nyloni/ed Panties 5 prs. 1.00 rule lace trim nylon trim panties sixes 4 to 14. at dunlaps dollar day. ehilclrens Can Cans 1.00 ea. hirdseve she wiil need thc.se for those full IM.-»!<• r dre.ss- <?-•<. you'u find a big selection at dunhips dollar drt>. SI7.C.S 1 tO 14. children^ big 2.29 Diapers 1.69 doz. 27x27 highly absoibent reg. value, at dunlaps dollar day Capri Pants plaids, solids of washable colors to rnix and match well ts.ilored. capn length a.t dollar day refinresse.yth ladies Nylon Hose 60 gauge, 15 denier, reg. 1.35 v ues. two lovely shades, at dunli dollar day. 39c pr, SILK Squares solid or beautiful summerprintf reg. 79c and 1.00 valuea at dun- !apa dollar day 2 for 1.00 our Silver Bow 4<iO nptjdle seamless hos»'. yi-s those lovely seamless hose aie on sale monday at dunlaps at this low pru-r 79c pr, 2 prs. 1.50 b^ach or shower Sandles rubber bea fi n or shower thong •andleg . . for men \vonvn or children* . . at dunlaps dollar dav vour i-ho;.>e pr Dollar Day Bargains From Dunlaps Mezzanine Floor Play Time Denim by cones solids with matching stripes and patterns make those play tops. now while this smart sport denim Is on sa.le. at dunlaps dollar day. actual 79c values 2 »*.1 00 45 Inch Merical Fabrics nylon cotton (Q dacron cotton £ nivon cotton 00 hilly washable of linen textures, nt dunlaps dollar day. a 79c value at .. 2 »*. 45 Inch Butchers Linen a washable blended butchers linen that is full 45 inches wide. rep. S9p value in new wanted spring: colors at dunlaps dollar day. Yd. Bates Disciplined Summer Fabrics yds. bates linos, hates woven cottons, bates prints, all ,1R" and -IS" wide, nil 1.19 to 1.4ft values, only at dunla.pa do you find fabric prices such as this 45" Drapery Fabrics 2 yds. new modem prints . . . florals, solids with lurex over 600 yards at dunlaps dollar dav. New Spring Cotton Prints all guaranteed machine washable, all fast color. . . regular SOc and fiflc values at dunlaps dollar day. this group of 400 yards .' !*•! 00 lined and fi DRAW ench pleated DRAPES the new white look conies to draperies, snow white, it lends a look of cool white eicvii:ness to a room, will go with nny decor, also in prints or solid colored pirstelfi. nt riunlaps dollar day. 3.99 pr. U price sale Martex Both Towels slight imperfections, do not mar the beauty of thesp lovely towels ... at dunlaps dollar day you may clloose two for the price of one , , , big 26x48 2 for 1,98 cannon Bath Towels hip and ihirsty cannon I'rrv bath towels 22x44 rpp- 79c at dunlcps dollar <'riy ,.. 3 for 1.00 rannnn Wash Cloths a irii u-/iih cloth that is a dollar day special, at dunlaps you just can't miss. «t dunlaps ..... .,,,. 12 for 1.00 i! rou p slichtly snlied CANNON SHEETS come earlv or they'll be gone, there i.i only 42 sheets, a few twin, most are full size, white only 2 for 3.00 foam PILLOWS «'« hav. 36 foarn rubber pillows with zippered cover that will r>e easily removed for laundering. "eg 395... ' . .. 2 for 5.00 automatic elcciric SAUCE PANS quart suiiceparis . . . make* ctxiking so easy ith it's controlled hfjttirig- tlemeiu . . . fully utomvic . . . will not over heat . . . we ha.ve 'if these that we are cin.«mg out at dunlaps, S.99 our dollar (lav GRAB TABLE Ironing hoard cover and pad nn<> r!o?.er; p pprkfljje plqs'ir dies* hanger* juinho »iz» plastic gaiment bags, belt harper* f<>r tn» clothe* closet ea. THE SIAM SPREAD By Charles Bloom .Twin or double Actual 14.95 Quilted top and skirt Fortisan fabrics five go with all colors dainty piped edges Lovely wavy line chenille CHENILLE SPREADS full only White, beige, rose, prc Reg. 7.95 values 4 99 From Our 3rd Floor Ladies Shop faille Dusters ladies broadcloth Blouse 7 99 1 00 smart spring faille dusteri? In navy, black, red. a 10 as value sizes 10 to IS at dunlaps dollar ladies summer Skirts 2" ea. full eool cottons that are 5.95 values at dunlaps dollar day. your choice at this low dollar day price. neat spring patterns to mix und sizes 32 to 40 at dunlapi dolUr match with your favorite skirts day. 3rd floor, ladiei shop. 100% cotton knit Spring Sweaters 3 99 this you'll love with thoae spring cottons, bulky knit, 100^ cotton FROM. OUR FIRST. FLOOR SHOE.DEPT. SAMPLE SHOES AI4^ ABE SIZS 4B in flats and wedges, navy bone and black, all samples, at this low jprice for final clearance 2.90 pr. Children's Canvas Oxfords LADIES' EASTER FLATS we have selected from our regular stock this group of fresh new ipring •kimmer pumpa in Uie latest and mo»t wanted colors for dollar day. tilt a 5'j B to 9 AAA all should sell for much more at dunlaps dollar day. your choice black patent, tangtrin*. biont 4 90 Pr. Children's School Shoes red and blut sizes 8 to} 8'a to 12. 12', to3 at dun- lap* dollar day your choice ai 1 99 Pr. loafer*. I vy saddles, fmall children* sizes to \Ai\\ff. sixes «t dunlapf dollar day regxilar valuei Co 6 95 2 90 Pr.
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