Time Clock, Sep. 21, 1959

1959 FARM OUTPUT will come within 1 % of last year's record high. August rains in most parts of nation are boosting predictions for record corn crop of 4,381,772,000 bushels v. 3,779,844,000 last year, but wheat crop may drop to 1,116,405,000 bushels v. record 1,462,218,000 last year.

NONSTOP JET FLIGHTS to Europe on scheduled basis will be started by Pan American in mid-October and TWA in November, with new, intercontinental Boeing 707s.

SUPERMARKET TV will be started by National Telefilm Associates in 400 New York-area stores on Nov. 1. Plan calls for installation of eight TV sets in each supermarket to plug stores'...

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