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l & j ! / Tuesday, April 25, 1944 KENOStlA EVENING NEWS H'I U_SJ_S J_R_ALE 45 9117 20TH AVE. Six room house in good condition - cevt for outside painting. Hot water 1 t. new boiler, good roof. garage attached lo house. Near bus lines. Selling ut only 00. We can get liberal loan or flnancin on same. THUS. A. SULLIVAN. Realtor S915 6th Ave. "A" Phone 74 6031 24TH AVE. fl room home on large lot. Hot air heat. 3 cur guruge. Owner will accept ron- uble offer. THE MILLAR AGENCY Realtors 301 Orpheum Bldg. Phone 2-2114 5229 33RD AVE. 4 room bungalow, new furnace, new roof. On bus line. Price LTT00 gor ouick lale. SOUTHWEST IDE S room modern home. Must be sold. Owner leaving state. Possession at once. Make oiler. NORTH SIDE 4 room bungalow, priced right. VII)AS AGENCY Realtors 614 7th Ave Phone 34TH AVE., 5514 Four room modern bungalow. 2 bed- rooms, new furnace, garage. Must be OOld for cash. $4050. SOUTH KF_.N OSHA Four and S room bungalnws, gas. elec- tric; garages, large lots. $1550 and up. 20% down. I'L L. BULLAMORE & SON Realtor 717 S7th St. Phone 3323 377H STREET--And Sheridan ,oad. A well kept uP 6 room comfortable home. garage. Must be sold. owner leaving elty Priced at $.5500. Possession within two weeks. Shown exclusively by Bacevtc Agency. 5619 6th Ave. gTH Avg.--SIx room modern house i $3400. Phone 062 after _:_00 p. rn. 1 47TH ST.. 93 I g room brick siding modern home. e j $3.7oo Terms. Can [ HOUE| F0 SALE .... 4 201 Orpheum Bldg. Phone 2-341] 1013 52NO ST. OUTSIDE CITY  i You can move in here tomorrow. This 8 Four room dwelling on 2 acres of lgnd, ! room house vacant. 5 rooms on first. 2 car garage, large poultry homl ndi brooder house. Man shade and fruit all newly decorated. 3 rooms on second floor. 2 cur garage. Extra large garden space. To settle estate• $4.000. Can be financed. THUS. A. SL'T.,LIVAN, Realtor 5915 6th Ave. "'A" Phone 7425 64TH ST.. 841 Seven room residence with 3 bedrooms and sleeping porch. Hot water beat stoker, fireplace, hardwood floors and trim. storms und screens. 2 car garage. All in excellent condition. A real buy. F. G. WESTLAND Realtor Pirst Nal"l Bank Bldg. Phone 5523 1424 70TH ST. e room hou, oil burner. Instant not water heater. New roof. Garage. Large lot. $.5200. LEDIATE POSSESSION 911 718T STREET ix room house, glazed rch. insulated. now roof. and furnace, garage. McQUESTION AGENCY Realtors "/5,51 14th Ave. phone 4712 73BD ST., 2SO2---Four room modern bunlow. 2 bedrooms, good condition $3800, terms. For uppointment call 3775 after 4 D. m. Modest Maidens Yradmrk  . ! ]Ptt "They pack you into these buses now days Just lille people!" trees. Shrubs and sma ruit. Now va- cant. Low taxes. CHAS. CARLSON Realtor 5533 5th Ave. Phone 6729-31 SHERIDAN RD. Brick apartments, 6 room first floor, '/ room second floor. 3 bedrooms, bath and natural firepluce each flat. Separate hot water heating plant. Windows and doors re weather-stripped, screens and storms sll around. Rear porch down- stairs screened. 2 ear garage. Lot 48x12 including extra lot adjoining 44x144, r- regular. $12,000. THOS. A. SULLIVAN, Realtor 5915 6th Ave. 'A." Phone 7425 SHERIDAN RD., 3712---5 room btuxgalow, enclosed porch, garage, gas water heat- er. air conditioning. Splendid locution. Must be seen to be appreciated• Call after 5 o'clock. $750 Down 8 room house |2 flatl, 5 down. 3 up. Bath on both floors. Located at 68th aUTO AOOLtOIUE$, PAIWI, 1111111111 14 AUTO C.Aa--Plaln and sha installed while you wa/f Reaobte. Northern Motor Parts.. 4507 7tl Av. BODY AND FEND BUMPING Auto oa/Otng and tneral repa/" wrk. WADE MOTORS British Check o! Spring "Moves' Romrnel- (Continued tram Peg e One) terday, presumably by the Ger- mans, and Copenhagen notified the Swedish telephone company that no more telephone calls for Den- mark would be accepted ,until fur. ther notice. 10versea Travel it,s Not Love London--(g')---A German war l l " s -It a l corr.eslndent, who accompanied [ [ m. [ .e e..* sam llAa #A I Exn ommei on a our OX coast- /Ill IllUei/l|lil IVlIlVlJ/ al fortifications told today how ]111 IllYq.iJIVll I'lVll I the spirit of spring moved the l  I field marshal: "On one occasion the field mar- shal, on seeing a field  of spring flowers, observed it was wopderful to think that under- neath those flowers 80,000 mines were concealed." Sweden, for its part, was report- ed to have banned the passage of German mail trucks through its territory, possibly as result of the discovery of German military i maps of Sweden in a shipment des- tined for the German army in Norway. Swedish trucks manned by Swedish personnel henceforth will handle any German mail pass- 'ing through Sweden. Hitler Inspects Coast London -- (A ) -- A London source having close connections with the European underground said today that Hitler is now mak- ing a secret inspection of the west wall defenses. The tour coincides with German utterances that invasion is immi- nent. It was said to be made in company with an inspection party including Grand Admiral Karl Doenitz; Gem Guenther Kortan chief of staff of the air force; and Prof. Tann, originator of the Fla towers which are an important part of the west wall defenses. The Germans announced that Hitler had met Mussolini recently rd at 18 Ave Phol 40 at a "secret" meeting place -- per- BEAK  Ignition and carburet- 8pc- : haps the Brenner Pass, the Italian or French Riviera. Little Chane in Number There has been little change in the number of German troops along the west wall in recent weeks according to the best re- ports• After a hurried flow of troops from east to west. the move- ment had tapered off with German strength rangin between 54 and 60 divisions  the figure the Ger- man command believes ufficient to cope with the invasion, through the preliminary stages at least. Neutrals reaching the Swiss bor- der reported that "everything is being organized as though Lyon, 175 miles up the Rhone river in southern France, would become a center of huge operations." Lyon Extra Good Values 3RD PL.. 838---6 room Colonial resi- dence in excellent condition, good lo- cation. 4LSTH AVE.----Grand View Gardens, S room 2 story house, possession 30 days. ITH AVE.--- room house, asbestos ohingle, good furnace, good roof. garage. $4,000. ND AVE.. 601--7 room house, now used by two families, two bathrooms. double garuge. Reduced to $5,800. THE HOARD AGENCY 411 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 8921 FOUR FINE BUYS NORTH OF CITY--On Lake Shore Road a good 6 room home with garage t- tached, on Iot 90X570 feel Has living room with flreolace, nice kttCh 3 bedrooms and bath, Furnace air heat. recently insulated Prices for at,tick ",ale. CLOSE TO DO'WNTOWN--Two fiat with 4 rooms and bath on eueh floor. 2 not water furnaces, new side. new ro Price $4500. 4TH AVE.. 6205---Modern 7 room home in excellent condition throughout Has large livin room with flrenlace, one bedroom and bath on first floor. 3 oed- rooms on second floor. New furnace. Good roof. Can eaUy be conv for two families. Priced to linEAR LENCOLN SCHOOL,---2 Rood buYS in 6 room homes with flon / 30 days. For particulars inquire CUNNINGHAM & GEHRING Realtors First Natl. Bank Bldg. Pho 13.3% Investment 230 71ST ST.--Near Lincoln Park. Own- er owned and excepUonal well oondl- tioned, two family homo.  IflX roon, including three biroom and modern bath on first floor, and four rooms and bath on second flOOr. Good hot air nace with stoker, e.raplace, two car ga- rage, large lot. Sju-ate entrances, Monthly rent is S83. which makes it a really fine investment. 0 day ion of upper. Priced for qu/ck sale at only --$7 ,0.00. '/958 26TH AVE.--7 room modern home. 2 bedrooms and bath down. ilrplae#. cializts. Richter & Hedworth, op City HaIL Phone 2-1312. Perfect Circle PISTON RINGS Are now available in nearly all popular sises. Fred Rudy D/tributor of Genuine AutomoUvu Part 815 STth St.  4138 RIJPING We do It right  m -;th A at 57th St  4 GALLO'S BVI St. and Sheridan road. Will accept auto- 2nd AVe st 0th t  4 mobile as Dart of down payment. See / Recupping,,Qttick,, Lawrence Jenkins at 6042 24th Ave.. and Vulcanizing after 3:30. t Three Day Service VACANT Dependable 68TH ST.. lll5---Two family dwellinM Guarunteed Workmanship with 4 rooms und bath down. and 3 Finest tert rooms and bath up. Furnace heat. targ Service lot, with good garden. Upper vacant for All popular oizes, truck and ¢er. immediate possession. Easily financed. Grade 3 Tires. all sizes. See your neighborhood filling station and specify High Speed, or come direct to HIGH SPEED TIRE SERVICE 9"20 State St. Racine. Wf. SEALED BEAM LIGHT Krrs-..Modera- tze the light on older cars. Wflk Auto Supply. 6132 d Ave. Spring Tune-Up Service We ure now in shape to give your ear its spring check-uo or u complete over- haLl Job. .' Drive i in for an estimat. Topel-Nash Sales St. at  Art Phone 71 TLE PUMPS-Bumper Jacks. ctoek llmiled. Herbert Sales. SI0 d A. Wagner-Comax Brake Lining Intrt on the official Wamer-Comax brake lining for hydraulic brakes. We are official diztrlbutors for Wer - drgulic brake part. GORDON AUTO PARTS 2801 Roosevelt Rd. Phone 41"/8 has been a target of Allied bomb- i era in recent weeks, as have other possible concentration points for Gerlnan rervL t U. Navy Releases Unusual Photo Washington ":-,,"  "-- The first numerical indication of the over- whelming naval power that the United States threw against the Japanese in the seizure of key is- lands in the }trshalis appeared today in an ]tlusual photograph re- leaed by the. Navy. Taken from the air and covering a vast expanse of lagoon, the pic- ture shows nine aircraft carriers and twelve battleships in addition to a multitude of supporting ships of the train -- cruisers, destroyers, supply vessels. More than 40 ves- sels are discernible within the area covered by the Camera. And the official caption says this it 'part" of the task force, i i Let Us Try to Buy Your Car Wg pay ttmr mqcea. 8eau wE HAW FOR 8KL H]ROLEr--ZX  deluxe eJub ooupe. 2 tone naint, rodJ, heater.  tight. Mid-City Motor Sahm We Want James Permefeather Agency. 1 th Street. SH[UDAN RD.. 6308 Seven rooms, 4 doors and bath down, and 3 up. Laundry tubs. hot water heat, one car garage, lot 66x12. $4800. SHgIAN RD.. 6628 5 rooms, all on one floor. Good condl- tton. One car garage and workshop. Lot 75x12. Can be financed. FRF.,DIgICH E. STEMM , Realtor 70 s7th st Pho 2-i4 ;i Ben F. Stahl & Son 3700 Roosevelt RcL Phone 6"/83 ITI'H AVE.. 6624--Two family fiat. 300. Small down payment FRENCH DRIVFAdjolntng city Hmtts. • room modern bungalow, floored attic. garage, chicken house.  acre ground. $4.500. $ ROOM--Modern bungalow, insulated. new glu.nace, new roo, new garage. large lot. $5000. NEAR 20TH AND $2D---2 modern '/ room hotmes. 14kq each. SIX ROOlBrtck home. double garage, 81.000 cash, balance Like rant. NEAR ROOSEVELT R.D.--'INvo 5 room modern bUnows, with garage, $,3,800 each. JAM. W. ffAHL 84]0 5oth Street Phone 51S4 ½ MILE WFr OF KENOSRL£ ROUTE 5O IMMEDIATE PosrION 4 acres. 9 room, modern home. Lara living room with flrelare. Sun room. WE WANT TRUCKS AND CARS Used. Wrecked. Burned or JuakL IANTz AUTO ARTS So. Sheridan Rd. phone (Formerly Wmhaky'sl WINDSHIELD WXPIg $gVlC Be sa--kp your vizl clear. J[tULZ AUTO Lr, CTRIC SERVIC Authorized Trico Sales and Service Sheridan Rd. at Mth St. Phone M14 &HOVE MARKJ PUC--PM toe Um model used ears. Z4mtek Motor 881e8 qtr Zdenek Hbflswmm $1 md 43 CHVOL]FI'--I41  do lue white wall tire. radio, heater, lOS- lights, low m11e. 81a5. ob-L4e - vice. 63rd at Sheridan. CHRYSLER--1940 Royal S Wagsenger coupe. 32,000 miles. $1.200. Inquire 2218 4th st DODGE--1937 • door sedan, porfect con- d/Uon, perf tires, reloaabte, air 4:30. 1201 63rd St. GORDON'S BU LRS----,eU Gordo Auto Par. 2801 ll=oewt II Phone 41711 OLDSMOBK,r,---IF sedan. 1tdio, hm- er. Very clean throughout. Good 1944 license. Butcher Sales & Service, Oldsmobile-Ponltac Authorized Service, 7514 Sheridan Rd., phone 6154. PLYMOUTH--1935 4 door sedan. 4 prac- tically new pre-war tires, perfect ec- dillon. Private owner. Can be n S:00 p. m.. 2116 53rd St. Karlsruhe and Munich Left in Pall of Flames (Continued from Page One) ain sent down 103 German planes in air combat and wrecked 49 more aground for a toll of 152. against losses of 38 bombers and 17 fighters. The l{editerranean air force bagged 29 Nazi planes yesterday against a loss of 14, but headquar- ters did not specify how many fell in the raids into Romania and Yugoslavia. Twelve American bombers land- ed in Switzerland after the Fried- richshafen raid, and two others crashed in that neutral country, the Swiss announced. One was shot down by Swiss fighters when it failed to obey landing signals. Nazis Raid Naples Allied Headquarters, Naples-- (A)---German bombers struck sharp- ly at Naples last night in the wake of a great coordinated attack by Allied aircraft against Nazi com- munications and aircraft plants in the Balkans and northern Italy. Unofficial estimates placed the size of the Nazi formation which raided Naples at 30 to 40 planes. The attack, although sharp, was not particularly damaging. One of the raiders was shot down by Beaufighters. The Allies flew 2,000 sorties yes- terdaY, destroying 29 enemy planes for a loss of 14 in operations that included heavy bomber assaults on the Bucharest and Ploesti rail- yards in Romania and on an air- craft factory at Belgrade. U. S. Fortresses and Liberators were over the Bucharest and Pioesti yards for more than a half hour, fighting off attacks by be- tween 60 and 70 fighters as they laid bombs on the main lines to Adolf Hitlers' troops opposing the Russian armies in Romania. l:ive Arrested After 'Brawl' Cdcago .PJ-- Disorderly con- duct complaints were lodged today against two Dh0tographers, a writ- er, and a Republican nominee for Congress and his political aide as the result of a brawl last night outside a meeting of "We, the Mothers, Mobilize for America" The photographers and the writer were employes of the Henry Luce publications. They filed the com- plaints against Charles J, Ander- son, Jr., GaP nominee from a Chi- cago Congressional district and Ralph Keeling. Keeling filed com- plaints against Jerry Cooke and Gordon Coster, the photographers, and Earl Browns, 38, negro writer. Behind Closed Doors The meeting was held behind closed doors and newsmen were not admitted. Cooke said he was l attempting to take Anderson's pic- ture in the corridor when Ander- son attacked him. Police took all five men into custody. The meeting was addressed by Charles Gustav Videru, former COngressman from Nebraska, who accused "a bunch of internat/onal- lets" of camdng all of the nation's troubles. All large rooms. Priced to eL1 now. 512 ROOSEVELT RD.--7 rooms, modern. 2 car garage ut a bargain---,$4.500.00. 3708 SHERIDAN" RD.--7 room home. hav- ing one bedroom down. Nice lot. $4.5o0oe. 6505 7TH AVE.--6 rooms, bath and one bedroom down. Hot water heat, 2 car garage. Very large IOL $4.750.00. 208 34TH AVE.--Good 5 room bungalow. A-I condition, garage ut only $5,500.00. 5427 3.STH AVE.--5 room bungalow, staL,'way to floored attic, deed lot. $5,200. CHAS. H. PFENNIG. INC. Realtors 700 57th St. Phone 8134 GRANDVIW GARDENS A very complete and ,noder 6 room brick veneer home ust outside the cit lin Has large living room with fire- Diace. kitchen with tried walls. 3 bed. rooms, tiled bath with -.hewer Has deed well and ow private water  hot wuter het. mtn tul. One ear garu.t, Johmt[anvflle mbe01 Low taxes. Priced to selL TH R. B. WHITAKER CO. Realtors  St. Phone 6161 Oa" 70 O/t.--Beautitul brick home of 6 and sun pa/'lor, with 2-car garage, slt* ua ted in a lovely home site amo large trees and shrutm. WiLl secrte for quick sale. Also nly other good buys, An'ea Realty Co., 240 60th St., phone 2-2448. House of Ruffalo PA.INTX G--- DF. O RATING PAPEILANGING REAL ATE ,O A COMPLXTE SERVICE--In utoblishin • home. Our nmato IIIIoledge O estete is an mmet to you. lS16  ,r, e room modern bungalow and 'el. I;6000. 1417 60TH ST. 2 modern 5 room fiats. 2 car garag We also have other double fiats and : one family homes. 1345  ST. */ room. her wM Ilt. 3 er gara,, LSO. L07  Ave. Phone 1 Hot water heat. 4-ear . Barn, chicken bou. Shade and fruit. 000. GE OF $OMER One acre. S room. modern home. wuter heat. Barl $300. VILLAGE OF BRISTOL % aere. 6 room home. Garage. Rlec- tricity; gas: well. $175O. FRENCH DRIVE 6 room bungalow. Good floors. Fur- nace: electricity; water in house. Only r1500. 27TH STREET, 2108 6 room. modern home. Oak floors. Mod- ern bath. Venetian blinds. 2-car garage. A very gOOd home. $6,000. TH AVENUE, 8826 6 room. modern home. L living room. Oak floors. Venutlan blind. Comlute. modern bath. 2-car garage. 15000. llTH AVZY], 6306 7 room, modern home. One bedroom down• $400. 61ST STBJ[rr, 1915 7 room. modern home. One bedroom down. Large loL $4200. 13TH AVENUE. 7316 6 room, modern home. $3800. LOTS AND AoEgaGl 60 HICKORY GROVE SUBDIVION NOrth McKeon Road. lots ranging from  to 74 acr for $250 to $750 per ot. GEORGE STEVENS t--tate, Loans, Insurance HOUSE-Want to buy from privato orno ar. houN UP to a I"o, two t nice bungalow. I0 years old or over in nice. clean neighborhood. Will Day all cash. Write Box D-lr/  News. vt deta gad  SPECIAL • 1944 License With Every Car Sold Before May 1st PLYMO, $1085. 1941 (:]gVRO-,-edan, $10@5. 25 Used Cars I Wisc0nsin Firms Immediate Cash Paid WE HAVE FOR SALE 1941 PLYMOUTH---5 lmeng 1941 FO door sedan. 11939 OLDSOILF,--5 Dassenge €O,De. 1939 BUICK--4 door sedan. 1941 NH AMBASSADOR "6"---4 door bm. U NAS-LA FAYZ- d 1940 NASH-L,A FA doo 1038 FORD--Deluxe 4 door sedan. NASH-A FAYETTr,-4 door" ceds an. s other low re.Iced Topel-Nash Sales Charley Deming Named in Order Washington -- (P) -- Two Wiscon- sin firms are among eight corpora- tions, which the federal trade com- mission said manufacture all the crepe paper in the United States, O .rdered by F yesterday to "cease and desist from conspiring to fix uniform delivered prices for their products." The two are the Fort Howard Paper Co., of Green Bay and the Tuttle Press Co., of Appleton. The commission said its findings were tha while the alleged price. fixing practices had their origin during the period of the national industry recovery act was in effect, "the record affirmatively shows that the practices have by mutual agreement been continued by re- spondents since that time." The Ford Garage i partment msde public today the ;names of eight Wisconsin officers land enlisted men who had been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for combat missions against Germany. They were: /at. Lt Stanley L. Wendt, Waukesha; Sg Teddy F. Bergstrom, Turtle Lake; Sgt Wayne F. Ligher, Beloit; $gt. Reynold B. Grain, Bamboo; sgt Lew . Duchy, Jr,, wants,, sgt Char H. Lott Madison; SgL Richard C. Peterson, La Crone; Sgt. John F. Schimenek, Superior. 4 Oyster have a keen sense of taste, Page Thirteen Yank Fiohters Already Usino !against the invaders, apparently have been reinforced. Headquarters i said today that liberators had to fight off 30 interceptors, shooting down from 14 to 17, while dropping 41 tons of explosives on airdromes there. The )ombers had met no enemy air opposition in recent raids on that sector. Everywhere over the 180.mlle invasion front hetween Aitape and Hollandia, the evidence of enemy surprise was noted. At Humboldt bay, a radio station, two truckloads of ammunition, 11 other trucks, tractors, a workshop and gasoline stores were captured. Freshly killqd horses were found near an enemy kitchen. At Aitape, the invaders also re. captured an American jeep and three caterpillar traetors which ap- parently fell into enemy hands in the Philippines. By H. D. QUIGG United Press War Correspondent With Allied Forces on Aitape Beachhead, April 23---(Deiayed)-- (U,8)---The drive by American in- fantrymen over a swampy terrain to the approaches of Aitape was Today's Quotations Stocks and Bonds -- Produce and Groin ,/EW ¥08E ElIIII ,Douglas Aircr ... 47%!Owens Glass .... 57 ClosinS Pri tDu Pont ........ 141IPan Am Airw ... 29 S u  iEastman Kodak..159 IPararn Pict ...... 23 Allis Ch M_fg .... 33 Farus Tel /tad .. 10'Penney ......... 97V A Can ........ 84  , 35iPenn R R ...... 28 Am LoOCwO , u, en rec ....... l!Phelps Dodge .., 20% Am s ...... Pet .... 44 :=? Pure Oil ........ 15s Am SRarndei  ....... 39iGoodrich . "":" £'74 Am ......  Goodyear .::': " 41%!Radio Carp ..... 87,8 Am Tel & Tel ..157%Gt Nor R" -f" "" 30%Rep ub Steel .... 16:S Am Am lob c B ...... 61 :GreyhoundY v -.. ........ : ...... 19!Sears Roebuck .. Ts Anaconda Cop ... 25% Homestake Man.. 40%IShell, Un Oil . ... ,')7.a Armour Ill .... 4, Ill Central ..... 13 SLtLMONS CO . 2, ' " 101iSinclair Oil .... I° Insp Con Cop _ - - Arch T & S F ... 64 .-. Aviation Carp .. 3 Int Harvester ... 68. Sac Vacuum .... 12s 2 "Sou Pac 274 ..:-lint Nick Can .., 5 • ....... Bendix Aviat ... IInt Paper ....... 13%!Stand Brands ... 294 Beth Seel ...... o lIn: Tel & Tel ... 13 St Oil Ind 32 .Borden Co ...... 3021Johns Manville .. 88 St Oil N J ...... 524 Borg" Warner ... 30 Studebaker Carp o 81Kennecott Cop .. 137s Cal & Hec ...... 6½ Libby Glass .:... 47 iSwift & Co ..... 30 Case ............ 3341Marsha11 Field .. 13aTexas Cos ....... 46½ Cater Tractor ... 45S!Mon t Ward ..... 42tiTimk Det Axle• 264 Chrysler Corp ... 80INAS H KIELV ... ll%Un Air Lines .. 22-S Corn Edison .... : 25tA!Nat Biscuit ..... 2034"Un Aircraft .... 27 Cons Copper ... 3½1Nat Dairy Prod .. 20Un Carbide .... 77 Cons Edison .... 21½1Nat Steel 59 IU S Rubber .... 424 Cons Nat Gas ... 28%! N y Central .... 17% U S Steel ...... 507s Container Co ... 22 No Am Aviat ... 8 West Un Tel A 44= Corn Prods ..... 53t, Nor Amer Co ... 17½ Wet El & IIfg . 94 Curtiss Wright .. 5 Nor Pac ........ 14a Woolworth 37 Dist Carp Seag.. 31 Ohio Oil ........ 17aiYoungst Sh & TII 34! 5took Leaders Show H0dest so swift that one soldier said Rift / I T / "would make even Hitler of the' I/tmtsl¢h' /trlt/ Blitzkrieg days jealous." IVI I I;UUt.I/UUUY By nightfall, these veterans of/ g the New Guinea jungles had crossed I .......... the ew orK CA ') lnvaslon mouth of the Raihu river and I . .-- . " ushed the 1 selhng taper in today s stock mar p ir l'nes four miles west , . " of the Tadji airstrips. Ket and assorted leaaers manager The fast, successful landing and capture of the airstrips was at- tributed by the officer commanding the operations to "complete sur- prise, effective, powerful aerial and naval support, and excellent exe- cution of a carefully-worked-out amphibious plan." 'Tire support provided before and during the landing operation broke all Japanese resistance on the beach and facilitated the rapid advance inland," he explainod. Few Gave Yanks Trouble During the initial fighting yes- terday, only 25 Japanese were killed and a number captured. But the few who escaped gave the Americans some trouble. Major Austin Corps, of South Minneapolis, Minn., the task force quartermaster found one Japanese hiding in tall grass. The enemy soldier came out in a stooped po- sition with his arms crossed. As he neared Corps, the Japanese straightened up, whipped a con- cealed bayonet from his sleeve and lunged toward the major. Corps killed him with two bullets• Second Lt. Roy Glmore, Post, Tex., shot two Japanese snipers out of trees during the American ad- vance and also killed another enemy soldier who was getting ready to fire a tommy-gum into the ranks of an American column. Urcjes Draft.A.oe Ceilino for Dads to negotiatea modest comeback without touching off anything like a 5idding spree. Transfers approximated 600,000 shares. Remington Rand moved up in the wake of a stock dividend and declaration of the regular cash pay- ment. Ahead at intervals were Sears Roebuck, Anaconda, North American, Western Union "A" and American Telephone• Occasional losers included Betlflehem. Chrys- les, U. S. Rubber, Kennecott, Daug- las Aircraft, Philip Morris, U. S. Gypsum, Westinghouse, Montgom- ery Ward and J. C. Penney. Bonds were mixed. At Chicago wheat was unchanged to up 1c a bushel. Cotton, in late transac- tions, was 5 cents a bale higher to 15 cents lower. Bullish contingents were a bit disappointed that neither Standard Oil (NJ) nor Standard Oil of In. diana securities made any strong response to excellent earnings statements. The former disclosed 1943 net of 4.45 a common share compared with $3 the year before while the latter reported $3.31 a share last year against $2.89 in 1942. Tee' fact that the Associated Press 60.stock average had fallen to within touching distance of its year's bottom and was nearly four points under, its 1944 top brought the opinion from technical observ- ers that the market was in much healthier shape and, in the event Washington -- (U.P.) -- Sen. Bur- ton K. Wheeler, D., Mont., who led an unsuccessful fight last fall to defer prewar fathers by law, said today he plans to introduce new legislation reducing the draft age for all fathers to 26. He said he believed that legisla- tion setting a definite age ceiling would end contusion which he charged exists now "because the directives are changed from day today." 'he selective service has been operating long enough now for them to know what they want," Wheeler said. "Then there is no reason why it shouldn't be v/fatten into law." He decided on the 28 age limit on the grounds that the latest 9e- lective service rulings are designed to fill quotas from the 18-26 age bracket before taking older men. He said he would offer hit new "bill as an amendment to the pres- ent elective service law. 12 State Soldiers Prisoners of War Washinon -- () -- The War department made pubhc today the names of the following Wisconsin soldiers who are held ar prisoners of war by Germany: Sgt. Harold F. Cyr,Chippewa Falls; Pvt. Irvan P• DeMoe, Colfax; Pvt. James W. Fitzgerald, Fond du Lac; 2nd Lt. Eugene A. Flint, Cur- ti, 2nd Lt. Earl A. Jefferson, Spar- ta; Sgt. Harold G. Kuenzi, Madison 2nd Lt• Myron R. Sands, Milwaukee 2nd Lt. Gerald E. Steuck, Wilton 2nd Lt. Robert L. Sullivan, Me- nuha; Sgt Arthur R. Tell, Milwau- kee; Cpl. Robert Thiel, Argonne; Sgt Frederick M. Weld, Marinette. 4 Here is Tourist Who Can Laugh At Gas Rationing HtLifax-ne tourist who laughs at gasoline rationing, Wflford F. Wright, has started his annual trip from Florida to Nova Scotiariding a tricycle. Last year he was the first American tourist to arrive in the province, pedalling into Nova Scotia in July, The provincial tourist bureau has received a card from him saying he. started on his latest jaunt Aupril 19, from Bay Pines, Fla. Paralyzed in World War I Wright took up tricycling to re- gain his health and since then has pedalled 30,000 miles. Dial 5121 for your Classified AcL of real news inspiration, could re- trieve a sizable uortion of the lost ground. 4 Railroads Study Postwar Plans Chicago ---{/P)---- The nation's rail- roads, busily engaged in wartime activity, are making extensive plans to improve passenger accommoda- tions and make rail travel more at- Livestock and Produce Prices CHICA00 LIVESTOCK By Associated Press and V, TA SALABLE HOGS---16.000: total 21.000: very slow. good and choice 270 Ibs. and down steady: heavier weights very un- even. but generally steady to 15 lower: sows 15-25 off: good and choice 200.0 Ibs. $13.75, top $13.80 sparingly: good and choice .280-340 Ibs. $12.75-13.25: few ex- treme heavies down to $12.50; good and choice 170-190 ibs. $12.50-1350: good and choice 150-170 ibs. scarce at $11.75-12.75: ood and choice 300-550 lb. sows $11.85- 12.15: approximately .000 unsold, cam- prying mostly 200-270 lb. weightS. SALABLE CATTLK -- 7.500: salable calveu 1.500: strictly good and choice stee and yearlings 10-15 higher: com- mon and mediun grades slow. steady: common kind on peddling basis: strictl, aho/ce offerlng 8bsent: top $16.60: very I/tile above $16.00; few loads $15.15-16.50: bulk $13.50-L.75: teifers strong, best $15.60. bulk $12.75-14.75: cows acutely scarce, firm; heavy fat Dulls active at $12.50-13.25: all sausage bulls very steady at $9.00-11.75. mostly $9.50-11.50; Dealers ste.ady at $16.00 down: stock cat- tie slow. SALABLE SHEEP---5.000: :total 5.000: slaughter lambs ftly steady tO 15 higher: seven loads good and choice fed wooled Colorados $16.50-75, top $16.75 on two loads; two loads medium and good , lb, Nehraaka lambs $16.00 lightly erred: package good native wooled lambs $16.25: three loads good and choice around 90 lb. few shorn lambs with No. I and 2 pelts $14.65: sheep very scarce, quoted nominally steady. 4 0HIOA60 PRODUOE By United Press POULTRY--Receipts: 1 car, 12 trucks; market firm and unchanged. CHFSE--Twins 25.2; sngle Daisies and Longhorns 26. BRecApts 478.7Sl Ibm.: mar- ket steady and unchanged: 93 A 41x: 92 A 41:90 ]B 40a; 89 C 40; 88 (cooking grade) 39, EGGS--Receipig 30.525 cases market un,t2ed: U. S. s-5 4-35aA: U. S. stra$ ½-4%:; current rceipts 28: standids 31z:  28 checks 28. POTATOES--Arrlva 62: on track 191: total shipments 633 Idahos: Axvals 4: shinments 59, Old stock, track sales pet- 10o 111.: Idaho Rmmet Bban U. S. 1 st2 A wuhod 83.77: utX1ty grade un- washed $3.g: ota and North De- kota Bliss Triunh 88 per cent U. S. 1 quality and co .Inwashed $2.25- 2.3: cobber coex'a unwashed $1.90-2.0:  qrraltty $1.65; new stock. track sales-a.Rd lCl stles: Texas 50 lb. sack Bliu Triumphs U. S. 1, 11 inch m-IRimum Waslu bet $2.3.5-2.40; show- ew qotte  L15-2.25. t MILWAUUE LIVEST00K By ,aBociated ]'eu HOGS--.000: 270 and down stead>': other 15 to 25 fewer: good tO choice butchers 200 to 270 ibs. 313.65-75; good to choice butchers 280 to 325 Ibs. $12.65- 13.00; good to choice heavy butchers 350 Ibs. and Up' $12.25-50; good to choice lights 180 to 190 Ibs. $12.75-13.00: good to choice light lights 150 to 170 ]bs. $11.50-12.25: :bulk of packing sows $11.75- 12.00: thin and unfinished $10.00-11.00: stags $11.00-12.00: boars .¢,6.00-7.00. CATTLE---800: steady; steers and year- fangs, choice to prime 14.50-16.00: com- mon lo good $9.00-13.50 dry fed yearling heifers $12.50-14.50: dairy bred heifers $8.00-9.00: good to choice cows $1050- tractive in the post-war period, a 11.50: fair cannerst° good $9.50-725:$8"75-975: cutterschoice survey today disclosed. I 57.75-8.50: weighty bologna bu!is $7.75-8.50; bulls. Highlighting observations in the I common Io good $9.50-10.50. I survey by the PuLlman- Standard] CALVES2.600: stead'.': fancy selected i Car Manufacturing company was I vea]er $15.00-15.50: bulk of vealers !the carriers' determination to cut l $11"50-14"75;8.00. culls and throwouts $8.00- fares, speed up trains and design I SHEEP--400 fully steady: lood to 'future equipment to include new choice fed western lambs $16.00-16.50: clipped Iambs $13.00-14.50: fair to me- devices and conveniences for the dium $12.00-14.50: ewes and bucks, cul passengers' comfort, to good $ Fares as low as one to one and-! * one.hsH cents a mile in coaches:MILWAUKEE PRODUCE and two cents a mile in sleepers;By Associated Press were poclaimed by many as being i EGGS---Paying prices at Milwaukee-- necessI'y to meet competition. U. S. special No. I and 2 .34: U. S. Faster actual running speed, fewer extras No. 1 and 2 .33: current receit sto s and less mail and ex re .29: medium sine .26; dirties and checks P. p . ss .26-.26,2. buslne5s on fast passenger trains I BUTTER----OPA ceiling prices for his were variously advocated to accel- area--Fresh U. S. Grade AA. 42.56: erate schedules grade A. 42.08: B. 41.83 d 4133. • CHEESE---Current make U S No 1 e, m I i s 4 m. . I Americun full cream twins. 26.64: ched- v Hnrrv Hnkln¢ t I dars. 26.64: daisies• 27.75: longhorns, U 1 I lull/ I IllllJ IV 27.75: brick, 2S,2c: limburger. 31'c: I Is 10 0 e ]Swiss domestic. 41c. LRv MRvn /llnlf \\;nnn I LIVE POULTRY--(Full ceiling prices v.v i i v '@lllllb wlVVll I for lw e e 1 Ivr_i auk e ar a -- mileage added,. Fowls. heavy. 26c: Leghorn fowls. 26c: Rochester, Minn.--(U.P.)---Attend- springers. White Rocks. 29.5c: colored. ing physieiRns predicted today that 29.5c: broilers and fryers. 29.5c: stags° Harry L. Hopkins, close friend and 22c: old roosters, 22c; ducks. 25c: gese. adviser to President Roosevelt, will 252c CABBAGENew. 50 lb. sacks, ¢outb- be able to leave the Mayo Clinic ern. $2.15-2.35. within three weeks. POTATOES---Idaho Busset Burbanks. Hopkins entered the clinic last u. s. No. 1 washed. $4.10-4.25 standard grade washed $3,75-3.85; utliiy grado month suffering from a stomach washed $3.25-3.35: Wisconsin and Mich,- ailment, gan Chippewus und Katahdlrts $2.35-260: • 'Wisconsin or Michlgan U. S. No. 1 un- Markets at Olance washed cobblers $2.25-2.50 New otat .... a . Texas 50 lb. sacks No. 1 $2.35-2.50: Cali- fornia Longwhites $2.50-2.65. New York -- Stocks -- Irregular; I . • invasion seUing wanes• Bonds--- Naval Architect Dies Mixed speculative rails lag. Cot. ton---uiet; liquidation and hedg- New York ---{--- Philip Levcn. Eng. thal, 67, naval architect who was co. Chicago  Wheat  Gained on designer of the International C,.p milling and southwest buying. Rye yacht race contenders, the Vamtie Rallied with wheat• Hogs---Slow, and Atlantic, died Monday. 5,000 head reported unsold. Top * $13.80 sparingly. Cattle--Goodand Today's Real choice steers gained I0 to 15 cents. ! Top $16.60. • Estate Transfers OHteAR OIMIll ItOE By Aoclated Press JoDh Bauachelt and wife to JoseDh WHEAT-- Open High Low Close Parise and wife: property at 5026 May ...... 1.73 1.73, 1.73% 1.73 Twcnty-cond avenue. July ...... 1-69,s 1-70s 1.8 1.70 Dorothy Bm'dcn to Andrew J. Pav- 1)t ....... 1.34 1.66a 1.65: 1.6t Ilk and wife: prolrty ut 4913 Twenty- Dec ....... 1.5% 1., 1.% 1.80% eighth uv*nne. Henry I'ahn and Wife to Frank P. OATS--- O'Ncfl and WA: property at 2,503 Six- j May ...... .82 .82 .82 "g tieth street. ,July ....... 794 .7g, .781 .79Vs Egr F. Andre and wife to Roberq; !Sopt. .T5s .75:4 .74s-= .754 H. Murdoch and wl/e; property ut 6850 ....... 741 .74% .73a "74s Third avenue. RYF,-- Minnie Meyer Psuch, executr',x, tO Muy ...... 1.28 1.29s 1.2"7 1.2Sk Itrwin O. Neblung  wife; property et :July ...... 1.26as 1.27:, 1.26/s 1.27X uat Prairie. Sept. 1.23.4 1.24's 1.23 1.24% Btmamin Dolmore and wie to Erse Dec ...... 1.248 1.25'. 1.237k 1.25s' C. Mulnix and wife: property at Bristol. 'BARLEY-- John Baltewich and wife to Stanley May ...... 1.28 Baltewich: proPerty at 1803 Sixty-fifth July ...... 1.2% 1.2S% 1.25% -.2S% street Sept ...................... 1-19s4 lnforutton urntsed ty Newoerr Dec. ..... . ..... ..... ..... 1.11% Abstract Co, 6700 7tb Ave. J -,- r-- . :- 9 ., .