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+ Wednesday, April 26, 1944" APArrlIERTS AIB FLATS 39 0TH AVE., 4831--2 targe rooms with hath and pantry. STH AVE., 5412--3-room upper fiat. No bath tub, stove heat. Employed eotNe only. FARMS Aim  FOR Rgrr _ COTTAGF_,---Small 4 room cottelm with S acres land. Immediate Doematon. Call between 7 and S D. m. at 4631 ?th Ave. 18 ACRES--- mile from city IL'ni on Sheridan Rd. See T. J. Dale Dale Jewelry or 411 68th St. 2 ACRES--With 6 room hOUSe, chicken house, garage, lt mile= south of 75th St. on 39th Ave. Call at 2808 Roosevelt Rd. dayttmee or 6,510 30th Ave. eve- nan6 s. W&qTEO TO  45 A-PARTM]T--Want 3 to 5 room fur- nished apartment or flat. Best of ref- erences. Phone 7002. APARTMENT OR HOUSE--2 or 3 oed- rooms wanted between now and July 1st. in good location. Middie-aed couple. ReIerences furnished. Phone 2-1880 FACTORY EXECUTIVE---Draft exempt. wants 7 or 8 room home. Must be modern, clean and in good condition. Furnished or unfurnished. $100 or bet- ter. A-I references. Write Box D-124 care Kenosha News. FURNISHED APARTMENT---O 2 or 3 rooms wanted hy adult couple. Call 2-I0I. HOUSE OR FLAT--4 or 5 unfurnished rOoms wanted hy couple with 5 ver old irl. References. Phone 2-1143. HOUSE OR FLAT-- rooms, wanted by 4 adults, hy June lsL ResDonalble, eadfly embloyed. Best of rference=. Phone 2-4183 after 5:00 p. m. HOUSF,---Wanted by manager of Sears Roebuck " Co. Kenosha store. Would like modern home of 5 or 6 rooms in nice neighborhood by July IL Three adults. Ph@ne 5155 or 4946. HOUSF.,---Wanted by June 1st. modern home of 5 or 6 rooms in nice neighbor- hood. 3 adults. Also want to bty elec- tric refrigerator. Phone 2-2756. HOUSE OR FLAT---4 or 5 rooms wanted by couple. Phone 5402. HOlSF--Modern home of 5 rooms wanted by manager of Flregtolle Service Store. Phone 4656. MODERN HOUSF,----6 rooms wanted by 4 responsible adults. Nice neighborhood. Phone 8879 or 2-1316. ROOMS FOR WAR WOMen llke your sOn or dad. Please phone W= Housine Center. 70. BROKERS IN REAL ESTATE 44 J. P. BALLANTYNE--Realtor. Real Es- tate. Insurance ProPerty Management U. S. Bank Bide.. Phone 6719. BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE 47 2401 63RD ST. 6302-04  24TH AVE. 3 story brick building containing 2 stores and 2 apnta of 14 rooms. Can be remodeled into smaller ones. A fine business and residential property with a future. Steam heat. stoker. A bargam at $10.500. NEWBERRY ABSTRACT CO. 5700 7th Ave. Phone 78a Or See Your Broker FAJq M+JI_+_A++N __+I_ R__R+R GENTLEMAN'S S+__+I+_++ ___ _ FARM ..... 4j 5 ACRES---6 room modern house, practi- cally new. One mile from town. $8,500. [ Terms. / o II ACRES--Mod rn 8 room house, w n- derful outbuildings. 3 -niles from Ke- Modest Maidens Tra  U. L Parrot 0ae "So, you're inviting your jitterbug pals here again, eh?" 64TH ST.. 841 Seven room residence .with 3 bedrooms and seei/ perch. Hot water heat stoker, fireplace, hardwood floors and trim, storms and screens. 3  e. All in excellent condition. A re Iw. F. G. WF.STLAND Realtor First Nail Bank Bldg. Pholnm 397H AVE.. 6531---Six room home. 4 rooms down. 2 up. New furnace, tax $69.00. Lot 50x12 feet. 400. Terms. Phone 4062 after 4:00 o'clock. 477 ST.. 6 room brick eidln modern  Prlee 3,700. Term Call M. M'ULIC =01 Ornheum Bldg. Phone 41" 73RD ST.. =002--Four room modern bungalow. 2 bedrooms. oo condition, $3800, terms. For appointment call ,Tr/s after 4 n. m. HOUSES (fOR HIP + 48 House of Ruffalo PAING---DECORATING PAPERHANGDqG ZSTA mOKXS A COMPLET SVICI esteblishin a home. Our intimate knowleda of real estate i an +user to you. 1516  STI 8 room mOdern bungalow and garage $8000. 1417 60TH ST. 2 modern 5 room fiats. 2 ear garage. We ILSO have other double fiats and one mlly home 1345 rH ST. . + hot water heat. 3 ear garage, 5507  Ave. Phone .]8 OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS Four room dwelling on 2 acres of land. 2 car garage, large poultry lho ,rid hrooder house. Many shade and fruit trees. Shrubs and small fruit Now va- cant Low taxes. CHAS. CARLSON Realtor 5533 6th Ave. Phone 3623 6729-31 SHERIDAN RD. Brick apartments, 6 room first floor, 7 room second floor. 3 bedrooms, beth and natural fireplace each fiat Separate hot water heating plant. Windows and Extra Good Values 63RD PL.. 838----6 room Colonial resi- dence in excellent condition, good lO- cation. 45TH AVg.--Grand View Gardens. 5 room 2 story house, possession 30 days. 11TH AVE.---- room house, asbto shingle, good furnace, good roof. garage $4,000. 32ND AVE.. 6601--7 room house, now used by two fanlHie=, twol|throolq. double Rarage. Reduced to $5.600. THE HOARD AGENCY 411 U S. Bank Bldg. Phone 6: FOUR FINE BUYS NORTH OF CIT---O Lake Shore Road a good 6 room home with garage t- nosha. Immediate possession. Ben F. Stahl & Son 3700 Roosevelt Rd. Phone 6783 190 ACRE FARM In town of Bristol on Wflmot Road. Comnlete set of buildings. 8 room house. Good level land. about 80 acre under cultlvatJon A splendid investment. THOS. A. SULLIVAN Realtor 5915 8th Ave. A Phone T42S 10 ACRE FARM Newly decorated 5 room home Space for 3 more rooms upstairs. Iot water heat. Two new, large, insulated chicken houses. 2 car garage. Located just out- side city lirni on We  St. CHAS. H. PFENNIG. INC. Realtors 700 57th St. Phone 8134 HOIISES FOR SALt 49 5TH AVE. DOuble fiat. 6 and 6 rooms, modern, lot 200 feet deep. Price 5500. Martin's ealty. 4522 8th Ave. Phone 4023. 7TH AVE., 6551 Six room bric k home with extra ,'oom on third floor. Hot water heat. Large Living room, fireplace. Priced very rea- sOnable. 33RD ST.. 1310 5 rooms Colonial home. near north de factories. 200. SO. KENOSHA 5 aere and 6 room modern home. with room for extra 4 room fiat $6000. 18TH AVE., 5115 One family. 8 room. or 2 family 5 and 3, modern home New furnace, roof nd siding. Near bus. stores and theater. Owner leaving city. Will bacriflce. G. M. MATSON REALTY CO U. L Bank Bldg. Phone 8TH AVE.. 430 Six room one family house with base- ment apartment. Price $4000. S1500 down. balance monthly. Will consider an auto- mobile in good condition as lrtial down vayment. FRANK HAINS Realtor 4908 Tth Ave. PhOne 5117  AVE. qix room house in good condition x- cent for outside 1intlng. Hot water heat. new boiler. ood roof. iterate attached to house. Near bus lines. Selling at only $4500. We can get liberal loan or flnanci 0"/1 same. THOS.  SULLIVAN, Realtor 5915 6th Ave. "A'" Phone 74S 6031 24TH AVE. 8 room home on large lot. Hot air heat. 3 car garage. Owner will a:pt Itl/on- able offer. THE MILLAR AGENCY Realtors 301 Orpheum Bldg. Phone ")~2114 5229 33RD AVE. 4 room bungalow, new furnace, new roof+ On bus line. price 3790 for qck sale. SOT bIDE 6 roommodern home. Must be sold. Owner leaving Itate. posemion at once. Make offer. NORTH SIDE 4 room bungalow, priced right. VIDAS AGENCY Realtors 5614 7th Ave phone 2-4232 34TH AVE.. 5514 Fou room modern bungelow. 2 bed- rooms, new furnace, gar. Must be =old for cash, K)50. Zmmedte OCCU- pancy. SOUTH KENOSHA Four end 5 room bunJlow. Is. elec- tric. Sara=as,  lot=, $1550 and up. 20% down. ILL. BITLLAMORE & SON tltor 717 S7th St. PhoPe ffTTH STREET--And Sheridan +cL A well kept up 6 room eomfortebla ho=ne. garage. Must be sold. owner leaving city. Priced at 5.r0. Possession within two weeks. Shown exclusively by Bcevic Agency. 5619 6th Ave. 144 70TH ST. C rocm hotum, oil burner. Instant not water heatm-. New roof. Cra.. lot. $52OO. .rM IAT POSSSION 911 71ST STREET ix room hotme. Lared 0oreh. inmflated. @w roof and furnace, garage. McQUESTION AG]NCY Re.ttora 75,51 14th Ave. phone 4712 tached, on lot 9Ox570 feet. Has large living room with fireplace, nice kitchen 3 bedrooms and bath. Furnace air heat recently insulated Prices for ouick le, CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN--Two fiat. with 4 rooms and bath on each floor. 3 not water furnace=, new siding, new roof Price &L90. 24TH AVE.. 6205Modern 7 room in exceDent condition throughout. Has iare living room with flceblce, one bedroom and bath on first floor. 3 Red- rooms on second floor. New furnace. Good roof. Can easily be converted for two families. Priced to IL NEAR LINCOLN SCHOOL,--2 x)d in 6 room homes with notmeasion in day=, For ltrUcuia /mluira CUNNINGHAM & GEHRIG Realtors First Natl. Bank Bldg. Phone FOUR ROOM BUNGALOWS FRENCH DR/VE,--In city, Forest Park) at outskirts. Hardwood oak floors, stair- way to attic. as. electricity. Taxes $38.00. Priced at only $2000. Terms. if desired. 76TH ST.. 2316---Modern bath, stairway to attic, large lot. including cherry. GPnle and plum trees, berry Rushes. era arbor, poultry house and garage. Close to transvortaUon. Priced at $3300 for quick sale. Possession 30 days. 38TH AVE.. 7106---Ideal for couple or small family. New furnace, full base- ment, with coal bin dnd fruit room. Needs outside paint. $3000. JAMES PENNEFEATHER AGENCY Realtors 1025 56th St. Phone 2-3215 LCOME PROPERTY Downtown---4 rooms and bath on flret floor. 6 rooms and bath on second floor. Well built, new hot water furnace. Pres- ent income $660 ver year. Can be used as rooming house or converted o small apartments. A fine investment for 500. MULICH AGENCY 5,533 ash Ave. Phone 2-3600 13.3% Investment 2320 7157 ST.--Near Lincoln Park. Own- er owned and exceptionally well condi- tioned, two family home. Hal six rooms. including three bedrooms and modern bath on first floor, and four rooms and hath on second floor. Good hot air fur- rce with stoker, fireplace, two car ga- rage, large lot. Separate entrances. Monthly rent is $83.50 which make= it a really fine lnvestnnt. 60 day ossmmion of upper. Priced f6r quick sale at only ---$7 90.00. ?958 28TH AVE.--7 room modern home. 2 bedrooms and bath down. fireplace. All large rooms. Priced to sell now. 3512 ROOSEVELT RD.--7 rooms, modern. 2 car garage at a bargain--S4.500.00. 3706 SHERIDAN RD.--7 room home. hav- ing one bedroom down. Nice lot. $40.90. 6505 7"rH AVE.---6 rOOms, bath and one bedroom down. Hot water heat. 2 car garage, very large lot. $4.750.00. 608 34TH AVE.--Good 5 room bungalow. A-1 condition, garage at only $S.500.00. 5427 35TH AVE`---S room bungalow. stairway to floored attic, deep lot. $5.200. CHAS. H. PFENNIG, INC. Realtora 790 57th St Phone 8134 GRANDVIZW GAJU)]I A very eomDlete and modern 6 x)m brck veneer home ;lust dde the city UralS. Has lere livin room with place, kitchen with tiled wall=+ ;$ rooms, tiled beth with chower. Has deed well and owl= private water mtm hot water heat. statiott' tttlm. Ot r gmmge. Jolu-Manvll/e  roc Low taxea Priced to 8AL THOR. S. WIrrAJCO. P,Itors 5th St- Phone 6161  :J-3"r0'/ HOME,---Beaut/ful brick home of 6 rooms and sun parlor, with 2--car garage. $1t- uated in a lovely home site among Liurge trees and shrubs. Will sacrifice for quick sale. Also many other buy=. Andrea Realty Co.. 2A0 60th at., phone 2-2448. SHERIDAN ltD.. 3712--5 room bungalow, enclosed porch, ran'age, gas water heat- er. air conditioning. Splendid location. Must be tun to be airtaL a[er 5 o'clock. doors are weather-stripped, screens and storms nil around. Rear porch down- stairs screened. 2 car garage. LOt 48x125 includin extra lot adjoining 44144, '- relater. $12,000. THOS. A. SULLIVAN, Realtor 15 6th Ave. "A." Phone 7425 JAMES W. STAHL 609 58th Street Phone 5184 27"rH STREET. 2108 6 room. good, modern home. Venetian blinds. Oak floors. Modern beth. 2-car garage. $00. 21ST AVENUE. 6611 6 room. modern home. Sunroom. Gara=. $,%90. IITH AVENUE, 630 7 room. modern home. One bedroom down, 0. 01ST STREET, 1915 ? room, mdern home. One bedroom down. $4200. 24TH AVENUE. 660@ 6 room, modern home. Garage. =0TH AVENUE. 6826 7 roo, modern home. Large living room. dining room. kitchen down. Four bedrooms up. Venetian blinds. Oak floors. Insulated. ')90. MILE WEST ON ROUTE 50 IMM]DIATE ]POSSESSION 3 acres. 9 room. modern hqme. Large living room with natural fire,lace; sun- room. Hot water heat. 4-Car garaee. Barn. LOts of shade and frult orchard. $6590. VILLAGE OF BRISTOL ;, acre. 6 room home. Electricity, well. Garage. 81750. VILLAGE OF SOItSEPS 6 room. modern .home. Hot water heat Barn. $32O0. ONE MILE WEST OF KENOSHA 5 Aeces---6 room home Electricity. Ham. 2 cattle, 1 horse. 1 pig. Small tools. Orchard. $5500. $750 Down 8 rOOm house (2 fiat). 5 down. 3 up. Bath on both floors. Located at 68th St. and Sheridan road. Will accevt auto- mobile as part of down payment. See Lawrence Jenkins at 6042 24th Ave.. after 3:30. ' SHERIDAN RD.. 6306 Seven rooms. 4 doors and bath down. and 3 up. Laundry tubs. hot water heat. one car garage, lot xl. 500. SHERIDAN RD.. 66=6 5 rooms, all on one floor. Good condi- tion. One ear garage and workshop. Lot 75x122. Can be financed. ERIClK E, STF, MM Realtor 702 7th St. Phone 2-1614 Ben F. Stahl & Son 3700 Roosevelt Rd. Phone 6783 IFH AVF. 84'Jvo family fiat $3300. Small down payment. FR-NCH DHVF,--Adjoining city limits. 4 room modern bungalow, floored attic garage, chicken house. acre ground. $4,590. 5 ROOM--Modern lalow. insulated. new furnace, new roof, nw gar[e. large lot. SJ000. NEAR 20TH AND 52ND---2 modern 7 room houses.  each. SIX ROOM--Brick home. double garage, $I.000 cash. balance like rent. NEAR ROOSEVELT RD.--Two S room modern bungalows, with garage. $3,80 each. HOUSE--Want to buy from vrlvate own- er.  up to 8 roans, two fiat or niea balow. IO 'ears old or over in nice. clean neighborhood. Will Day all eh. ,Write Box D-l:ff  New vtn detaLls and KENOSHA EYENING NEWS you really want ouk ,gult We I685 i ,m a,,vs, V-L --41 tbo bun8 J18 U lmo toml[ K. I mOS"JSt. . PIIIII .pj. . , . ...  Inl$ I$ lout War+ I cI "or   d- Charlotte, N, C. -- A soldier tr/et Phone  parked a Jeep beside a parking meter, and a bystander said, "Better put a nickel in the meter, soldier." With some asperity the soldier replied: "'You put in a nickel, mister. It belongs to you  much as to me." ----o---- BRAKE WORK OUR SPECIALTY You need not wait for an appointment. Phone 4655. Call for and delivery service. FIRF, STONE STORES Sheridan Road at 80th St. RECAPPING AND VIH.ANIZIG "QUICK" THREE DAY SERVICE DEPENDABLE GUARANTEED WORKMANSH]]P FINEST MATERIALS SERVICE ALL POPULAR SIZES. TRUCKS AND PASSENGER GRADE 3 TIRES. ALL SIZF, S SEE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD FILLING STATION AND SPECIFY HIGH SPEED. OR COME DIRECT TO HIGH SPEED TIRE SERVICE 9=0 STATE ST. RACINE, WIS, SEALED BEAM LIGHT KITS--Modern- ize the light on older cars. Walk Auto Supply. 6132 POnd Ave. Spring Tune-Up Service We are now in shape to g/ve your car its spring check-up or a complete over* haul Job. Drive it in for an estimate. Topel-Nash Sales 59th St. at 8th Ave. Phone 7106 Muffreeshoro, Tenn. -- Justice of the Peace Sam Vaughn, who has two large bulldogs that guard his 400 White Leghorn cllickens. was awakened at midnight by a disturbanc in the chicken lot Bushing out in his pajamas he was met by the dogs, fangs The squire climbed a tree. "I stayed up there a half hour before I could make the fools un- derstand who I was," he said. Speaking of Lost Time Los Angeles -- Stanley P,. Gold- smith, watchmaker, told police he stopped in a restaurant Just to pass a little time and se; a sack of watches -- $1,500 worth -- on the counter. A short time later Goldsmith found he was short aU the time- pieces, he told officers. 0ne-Way Ride Chino, Cal. -- R. A. Frasure, supervisor of the California In- stitution for men, an honor prison here, says Casimir Latarski, 38, thumbed the wrong ride. Latarski, he reported, walked out of the prison, hiked for 30 minutes, then flagged a passing ca The driver was Frasure, who hustled Latarski back to a cell to continue serving a burglary sentence. "Walker Mufflers and Tail Pipes For All Make= of Cars FRED P. RUDY Distributor of Genuine Automotive Parts 815 5";th St. Phone 1136 WE WANT TRUCKS AND CARS Any make. model or year. Used. Wrecked. Burned or Junked. LINTZ AUTO ARTS So. Sheridan Rd. Phone 2-2410 IForeriy WlPehawelr's ) WINDSHIELD WIPER SERVICE Be safe---keep your vLs/on clear. SCHULZ AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE Authorized Trier Sales and Service Sheridan 1. at 56th St, Phone 614 70-year-old registered nurse who retired in 1940 but volunteered to return to duty in 1942 because of the nurse shortage, celebrated her birthday anniversary a little late this year. She was busy at Roseland com- munity hospital that day last week and she said she "wouldn't do any celebrating on Hitler's birthday, even if it does happen to be mine. too." Nurse Van Horn waited for the celebration until yesterday when the entire nursing staff turned out to honor her. State Mileage Head Appointed Madison, Was. -- (P) -- Appoint- ment of Homer G. Bell head of the a_;_,vMnItS AI_____=I_N_L__. inspection and enforcement divi- qBOVE M PRJ,--Ud sor mm sion of the state motor vehicle de- model used cars. Zdeneh Motor Sales partment, as the state's mileage ad- ,Mar Zdenek, me.waw S'I end 43 ministrator was announced today BUICK--1940 2 tone. 4 door sedan. De- by Governor Goodland. luxe e/iDment. 6 excellent tires.d..n - BeU succeeds August Frey, for- qu 67  Ave.. nh, 2-441o. mer director of the department of CHRYSLER---1940 Royal 5 vasserqe research. The mileage administra- coupe. 32,000 miles. $1200. Inquire 48th St. tot handles travel applications un- NASH-LAFAYETTE -- 1937 sedan, rad/o der the gasoline rationing program. and heater. Inquire 6611 17th Ave. Phone 2-1545. IfTflMRILEI I TRIlgS M SAt1 Si OLDSMOBILE--193 sedan. Radio. heat- GOI(DON'S BUY CARS----Sell nsrts er. Very clean throughout. Good Gordon Auto  80] Boesmmlt l 1944 license. Butcher Sales & Service, Oldsmobile-Pouitac Authorized Servia. 7514 Sheridan Rd.. phone 6154. PLYMOUTH--1935 4 door sedan. 4 rac- tically new pre-war fire=, perfect con- dition, lrivate owner. Can be seen 5:00 D. m.. 2116 53rd St PLYMOUTH--193? deluxe eupe. Radio and heater. Good tires. New paint 1944 licerme. $40. o-][,ee ViCe. 63rd SL at Sheridan. SPECIAL 1944 License With Every Car Sold Before MaT 1st 1942 PLYMOUTHeh, $103. 1941 CHVHOLE'r. $1095. 1941 PONTIAC--. lumenger coupe. 02. I041 BUICKdanette, $1296. 1941 PLYMOUTH--Sedan. $1145. 1940 DODGE -- Sedan. $995. 1940 PONTIAC--"" sedan. $945. 1939 BUICKSedan. @S. 35 other carl to choo from. Open Monday. Wednesday and Benning Motors Let Us Try to Buy Your Car We amy hiher Seeus WE HAW FOR 8AL Phone 4179 Charley Deming Will Pay You Cash For Your Car C3'VROLr--1941 ectal deluxe 2 door sedan, radio and heater. IDNTIAC---I40 club oupe. NASH-LAFAYZTT]--I940 4 door sedan, radio and heater. OLDSMOBILE -- 1938 tourin 4 door sedan, radio, heater, seat covers, good tireS. FORD--1936 deluxe 2 door sedan. FORD--1937 "60" pick up truck. The Ford Garage o 5803 5th Ave. florae nhone 2-4242 Office ohe dim Late Model Quality Cars At Fair Prices -- 1941 Luxury Liner 4 door sedan, fluid drive, $1350. 4 1941 NASH--Ambauad0r "6" and "600" S and 4 door sedans with radios and cruieln g, $1195 up. 3 1940 NASH---4 door sedans and a coupe. and $I=. PL,YMOUTH--1940 2 door sedan. . CHEVROLET--1941 special delm .lub CHEVROLET -- 1937-1932-1939 model, coupe. 2 tone linL radio, heater, spot- light. Mid-City Motor Sales 3119 Roosevelt RcL We Want 25 Used Cars Immediate Cash Paid WE HAVE FOR SALE lS41 ILYMOD'TH---5  eme. 1941 FORD--4 door 1939 OLDSMOBILE-- mumeng eotm up. Cheappies DODG-.-I sedan .............. I)RD---1934 4 door sedan ......... $1S0 4 door sedan ......... $175 NAS---- 1 2 door sedans ....... Sheridan, Road Garage Sherklan Rd. at S@th St. Phone e181 lnaLB $8 Tx m,  --rrY COURT -- KIqOSHA COUNTY In the matter of the estate of Fxlward C. Gittlns. lseud. NOTICE TO CIEDrroKs Letters testamentary having been issued to Russell Gitflns. in the estate of Edward C. Girthing. deased, late of the town of Salem, in  county; i Notice i= hereby g/van that all claims 1939 BUICK---4 door sedan. 1941 NAS AMBASSADOR "6"---4 door alainst the said Rdwal C. Gittins. de- sedan, ceased, late of the town of Salem, m 1939 NAS-LA FAI door  Kenoelm county, Wisconsin. must be pre- 1940 NAI-LA FAYET'fF..-4 do alden, sented to said county court at the court 19 FORD--Deluxe 4 door dan. hou=e, in said county, on or basra the 17 NA-LA FAYETT]-4 dora"  Sth day of eptembm-. 1944. or be barred: MAbel AM]L,ISADOR "11"'---4 dam" end that all such claims and demand= will tm ezm/n1 and Uusted at a term S eth low brte esm _ Topel-Nash Sales of said court to be held at the oourt house m the lt of Kenoaha. in said county, on Tuesday, the 10th day of October. 1944, at 10 o'clock in the fore- noon of said flay. Dated April 25, 1944. By order of the court. ROBERT V. BAKER. Judge. 26: May 3, 10) Page Fi(teen Brumwick Hit I Today's Quotations Without Loss of I ond B+nd$- Produce ond Groin Rgl  |TNEJ IDu Pont ........ 142lOwens Glass .... 57% Bomber ;B. C'+oeIP --. ---- ,Ferns Tel Pad .. 10+'pa n  Airw . 29,, IGen Elec ....... 35%!Param Pact ..... 23/= AS Chem & Dye. 141%IGen Foods ...... 40,Penney ........ 98 Atlas Ch Mg .... 34 Gen Motors ..... S6!Penn R R ...,... 28I i Am Can ........ 84ViIGoodrich ....... 43IPhelps Dodge ... 20sA Am Loco ....... 16iGoodyear ....... 41%!Phillips Pet ..... 44 (Contlaaed trem Fage One)  Pow ........ 2V4[Gt Nor Ix Ore .. 15/4 Pure Oil ........ 16 pilots went only partway to the Am Rad ........ 9]Gt Nor Ry ...... 31Radio Carp 8% target, however. Am Smelt ...... 36%,Greyhound ...... 19]Renub Steel ..... 16s Last night Mosquito squadrons Am Tei & Tel 15"/% Homestake Min 41 -"  - ,'"" "-- Tob "" .. ,. .... '" .. Iears toeDucK .. 884 pounded Cologne and other planes eun ........ oi flu tenurm ...... i IShell Un Oil sowed mines, all without loss. Am Zinc ........ 4IInsp Con Cop ... 10 ISIMMONS CO" 27% More than 1,000 Allied planes Anaconda Cop .. 25JInt Harvester ... 88ISinclair Oii .. 25 flew out from Britain yesterday, Armour Ill . 4/sJInt Nick Can 28 - Va .... 13 Atch T & S F ... 65 Int Paper . . 13 oc - cuum .... 12% and the Mediterranean air force Aviation Corp .. 3 Int Tel & Tel 13 OUdaC ..; ..... 28 sent heavy bombers against an I . "'" ' mn ranas ... 294 aircraft factory at Turin and rail Bendix Avtat ... 34% Johns Manville .. 88 [ ....... 3. C UU Ina ...... 324 yards at Ferrara, important junc- Beth Steel ...... 575/slKeunecott Cop .. 30 4iS t Oil N J Borden Co ..... 30% Kimb Clark 35 t - " " " ..... 521z r ..... i uaevaKer ..... 14, withtin connectingthe interiortheof GUlfnorthernOf Veniceitaly. Bo g Warner .., 36 I Libby Glass .... 47 4 Swtf t & Co 30 Thirteen big bombers were lost, Cal & Hec ...... 61Liggett & My B.. 73i_  " .... along with three other planes in Case ............ 33!Marshall Field .. 13%1 Texas to ....... 47 Cater Tractor ... 45 Mont Ward .... 41 Timk Det Axle . 26 ail operations from Italian bases. Chrysler Corp .. 81 NASH KELV ... 12 Un Carbide ..... 774 50,000 To= in 11 Days Corn Edison .... 25 Nat Biscuit ..... 20]Unlun Arlc'a ..... 23 In 11 days this mightiest of Cons Copper .... 31Nat Dairy ...... 20.   .. .... 27 Cons Edison .... 21/s Nat Steel ....... 58%   ttuover ..... 434 sky offensives has lambasted the Cont Nat ..... 281N Y Central .... 17IU S Steel ....... 514 Germans with over 50,000 tons of Corn Prods .... 53% No Am Aviat ... 8!West Un Tel .... 447s explosives and thousands of incen- Curtiss Wright .. 5 INor Amer Co ... l'/%'lWest E1 & lVHg .. 951 diaries -- and cost the Americans Dist Corp Seag.. 31A Nor Pac ........ 14%,Woolworth ...... 374 and British probably more than Douglas Aircr . 47A Ohio Oil ........ 18 IYoungst Sh & T. 34 2,300 airmen and 389 planes. Most of the 2,300 men aboard thesebe safeIStas aircraftprisoners,arebutbelievedthat per-t St000k Leaders Livestock and sonnel does not include the dead Produce Prices and wounded on planes that re- turned home after sky battles. Small The 389 planes, however, are By Am8d  and W'FA only slightly more than one per cent of the total of 33,000 used in SAS.JLE HOGS--18.90O: total 28o: very SLOW. good and ChOlce 200-270 Ibs. the 11 days, and the Allied com-t kd d dy at $I75. the top; wts over mand rates this as reasonable cost. t J-ln@ In M00rt o lbs. uneven, but generally IS to 25 More than 700 of Germany's [UUIH3 IH I'iU// low.r, +.mts under 2oo lbs ,o ve, uneven, 15-35 lower: sows 25 lower: good fighter planes have been reported I -- and choice  Ibe. $12.75-13.10: 300- wrecked -- with replacement an J 30 Ibs. $12.0-: heavier weights scarce. ever harder problem -- and heavy New York -- 0P) '--- Stocks trav- down to $L.5: good and cho/ce 0-0 lbs. 2.=s-1; good and choSce Lo-17o destruction has been caused in eled a little farther on the recovery ltd. good and choice SS0-0 German cities, war factories, air-road today, leaders generally edg- lb.  $, few choice Ught fields, other communication lines ing up fractionseto around a point weight, to $.90:: extremely dull trade throughout with approximately 12.000 and anti.invasion defenses, and a few specialties 2 or more. uneold, these omprised large part 200- Dealings of approximately 500,- 27o l. N01e u p 0%m-ene + 0+ shares were amlng the lowest goodCand --cholc+12.m:fed .tanlestee i of the year for a five-hour 6esslo and yesrllils active, fully ateady; very Rails widened their gains near llberal supply $1550-16.2.5. moty t the close while some of the indus- eastern order hu.verJ: top $17.90 nald for E nlh usiasm u, ^' theirtrial pivotalshighs, slipped off a bit from steadyS16"O'75:Iong fed251+cormnOnlower,13b ayeraSeS,.ryand medlUmstowSeVeralat grades$14.+Iads At improved levels were Santa downward to $12.00: heifers steady, best uPlo0 '-ar'eners Fe, Great Northern, N. Y. Ce.trai, light $15.85:. cows medium scarCe,we+h +, steady, hs but barel.v row: Southern Pacific, Westinghouse, seady at $8.00-11.00, hut all weighty :' General Electric, DuPont, Standard hulls funy steady heavy sausage offer- Oil iN. J.), U. S. Steel. General Mo- in to $12.90. and weighty fat bulle tors, Chrysler and U. S. Rubber. $50; peelers unchanged at $16.00 down: very few stock cattle here. with (Continued from Page One) Schenley rose more than 2. demand narrow. SALABLE SHEEP--7.500: otal 11.000: Ryall said that a series of garden Wards Slightly Off no early sales wooled lambs, generally" plans in a variety of sizes are cur- asking stronger or $16.75 dnd above for renfly available in the Civilian Montgomery Ward sold off frac- good and choice kln;i: horn lambs aco Defense offices or at the county tionally but showed no special ac- tve, steady: two loads food and choice agricuitural office. He indicated tivity on the companys refusal to 88 to 8 Ibs. horn Iambs No. 1 and 2 that his department stands ready to recognize President Roosevelt's or- Its $14. and S14.75: :deck No. 1 elted lambs $15.90: :sheep very scarce, quoted give every possible assistance to der that the government assume non, anally steady. control of the company pending $ :food producers in both the city and adjustment of its dispute with the OHIOAGO PRODUlE COUnty. The production of foodstuffs for War Labor Board. By United table use at home provides a many- Bonds were steady. Wheat was POULTRY--Receipts I car, 7 trucks: sided assistance for the war effort, unchanged to cent a bushel market firm and tmchaned. Byall added. He pointed out that ahead. Cotton futures in late trades CHEESE--Swiss 33 to 3S cents: under. the production of ample suplies of were up 5 to 15 cents a bale. graaes 28 to 30 cents: single wheels one cent higher, and brick 2 cents. table goods for immediate con- Publication of a fresh batch of BUTTE--Receipia 428.446 Ibs.: -nar- sumption here saves on transporta, earnings reports for the first three ket sy and unchanged: :63 A : tion. months of 1944 gave Wali strceters 62 A 41:90  40,2; 89 C 40; 88 tcooking Direct garden to table transfer a fairly good cross-secti0n view of grade . EGGS---Receints 32.368 cases market industry's current profit curve and weak: U. S. specials 34:.-35; extras of foodstuffs saves on war.scarce ii packaging materials and relieves the inroads of taxes and higher oI -: standards 31,,: current re.- manpower required in handling for erating costs, ceipts 29=/4: dirties and checks 27. i: other more essential tasks. Among the more mportant state- POTATOES---Arrivals 44: on track 167: total shipments 804. Idaho.: Arrivals 4, " Vegetables canned and consumed ments disclosing larger profits than shipments 52. Old a'tock track sale= per at home provide a relief for the in the first three months of 1943 190 lbs.: Idaho Russet Burbaks U. S. 1 overtaxed canning industries of the was Westinghouse, $143 a share size A unwashed L.78-3.S0: Minnesota and North Dakota  Triumphs corn- nation and allow a greater flow of against $1.30. mercla unwar, hed $.25-2.35; cobhlers 80 foodstuffs to our fighting forces * to 85 per cent U. S. 1 quality unwashed " Allies .+=.: ..+ and to our allies, washed $2.15: fair uallty unwashed Last but not Ieast of the ad- $1.75: Michlgan Green Mountains U. S. 1 vantage6 of th home garden, size A unwashed $2.45: new stock, track I sales TexuJ 50 lb. sack= Bliss Triumpha Ryail said, is the fact that vege- Burma "' ++ tables grown at home and eaten or some holding for higher prices. preserved at home are more nu- ? * tritional and appetizing and result OHIOAO00RAIN RARn| in area, saving of money. Home-India Sectors " grown vegetables provide better WHEAT--- Ov,n High Low Close quality for less money. May ...... 1.73 1.73 1.73% 1.73s July ...... 1.70% 1.71 1.70% 171 The county agent pointed out Sept. ...... ., l eS z.s6 that a diminished gardening effort (Continued from Pale One) Dee ....... 1.66 1.66% 1.66 1.66=,i will result in a smaller food supply OATS--- and proportionately increased re- casualties on tim Japanese forces, May ....... JUly . .79e .79s .78s .82 ..... .79V- ti0ning in the coming winter, a southeast Asia communique an- Sept. ....... 75 .75% .74e .75 nounced today. Dec ........ 74% .74, .74 .74 s Y K5 D "an" %m'ers Considerable quantlties of ene+ R I equipment were seized by the May ..... 129t 1.29= 1.29 1.29 July ...... 1.27.s 1.27 1.27: 1.27s Allied troops as they occupied Sept. ...... 1.2 125 1.24 124% Mapao on a hill dominating corn- Dec. . 1.% 12% 1.24 12s Pound Nazis in munications above the Imphal BARLEY-- plain. May ..................... 1.28 JUlY ......... 1+25t The communique said action in Sept... 1.19!= 1.29= 1.1gn 1+19.s the Kohima area had subsided to * Northern ,,,y"a'- patrol clashes after more than two MILWAEE LIYESTOCK weeks of hard fighting, but it was By Associated Press indicated that the reinforced Brit- HOGS---2,fOO: about 10-25 lower: ood Jsh imperial arrison was preparing to choice butchers 200 to 270 Ibs. $13+65: (Continued from Page One) for an offensive, good to choice butchers 280 to 325 'bs. $12.50-13.00: good to choice heavy butch- The current skirmishing, the ers 350 Ibs. and up, $12.15-35: good to the Liberator gunners and two by communique said, "is expected to choice lights 180 to 190 Ib. $1265-90; good to choice light lights 150 to 170 !bs. their Thunderbolt fighter escorts, prelude attempts to liquidate the $11.z-90: thin pigs S,00-.90: bulk of Thirteen heavy bombers were lost. enemy in that area." Other Allied raiders continued On the north-central Burma packing sows $11.50-75: hin and unfin- ished $10.00-11.00; stags $10,75-11 75: their non-stop offensive against front, Chinese troops were reported boars $6.00-7.00. enemy railroad targets in central to have advanced a few miles fur- CAT700: steady: teers and year- Italy, striking at railway bridges at ther down the Mogaung valley and lin. choice to ])rime $14.50-160o: com. mort to good $9.00-13.50: dry. fed year- Incisa, Arezzo, Orvieto, and Ficulle. in the hills to the west, in the ling heifers $12.50-14.50: dairy bred Na communications north of Rome also were attacked, and a farina- direction of Mogaung. heifers $8.00-900: good to choice cows _ 610.50-11.50; fair to good g875-975: cut- tion of RAF Bostons bombed an ters $7.75-8.50: canners $8+50-7.25; choice ammuniti.on dump at Va]montene, u,,^r'en':na Closes ,.+,, bologna butt. 7.75-8.5o: bulls. near the Anzio beachhead tines, common to good $9.50-I0.50. CALVES---2,200: steady: fancy selected RAF coastal air force Spitfires reamers $15.0o-15.5o; bulk of vealers swarmed across the Adriatic to ,', ,uU0rn=n" =+ strafe enemy road transport south- 8.oo. SHEEP--190: ady: ood to choice east of Tirana, Albania, destroying fed western lambs $16.00-16.50: cliDped 42 vehicles and darnag;ng 61 others. Buenos Aires -- ,R)- The Ar- Iambs $13.00-14.50: fair to medium $1200- 14.50; :ewes and bucks, cull to good Small-Scale Clashes gentine government issued a de- e5-.50. cree last night closing the morning , On the ground fronts, the Allied i newspaper La Prensa for five days. MILWAUKEE PRODUCE communique reported a number of l The decree was effective at once By Associated Press small-scale patrol and artillery! and La Presna did not publish this EGGS--Padr prices at Milwaukee-.- clashcs, highlighted by a successful morning, u.S. special No. 1 and 2 .33:=: L'. S. American experiment in "psycho- The decre e was based on an edi- extras No. 1 and 2 .32;, urrent receipts logical attack" on the Carano sec- torial in La Presna yesterday 28: medium size 25; dirties "und checks 25-26. tor of the beachhead, which the decree said insinuated BUTTER---OPA ceiling Prices h)r ,his An American infantry raiding that municipal hospital services in area--Fresh U. S. Grade AA. 42.58: party wiped out a Nazi advanced Buenos Aires were suffering from grade A. 42.08: B. 41.83: d. 41.33. position and its 60 defenders in a over economies by municipal reed- CHEESE--Current make U S. No. 1 American full cream twins 26.64: ched- carefully.timed attack delivered on icai authorities. The decree de- dare. =0.$4: delsle=. 2.75: longhorns. the heels of a crashing artillery clared that the editorial was mis. 27.5: brick, 25c; Lirnburger 31:c. barrage and a propaganda broadcast leading and false, swiss domestic. 41e. directed to the enemy lines by loud  LIVE POULTRY--,Full ceiling prices for Milwaukee area -- mfleaRe added). speaker. Chiefs and other inf]uentla] men , Fowls, heavy. 28: Leghorn fowls, 26c: Four of theNazi infantrymen sur. on the Palau islands wear armlets springer. W'nlte Rocks. .sc: colored. rendered when the loudspeaker shaped from bones of the manatee .5c: broilers and fryers. 29.Sc: stags. boomed out a warning that timy or sea cow. : old roosm. : ducks. 2c gee. were about to be destroyed by an * 25.2c, artil]cry blast. Five minutes later Markel00 al 51ante CA"AG*--00Ow + lh sac+ .out00 the American guns opened up with  ern s=.90-2.s. POTATOF, SIdaho Russet Burbank=, a 5,000-round box barrage that By Associated Press U.S. No. 1 washed. $4_10-42.5 standard grade wardled $3.75-3.85; utility grade killed all but four of the remaining Stocks higher; rails lead quiet re. wld s-.: wts+.-onsin and iichi- defenders. The quartet surrendered covery, gan Ch/ and Katahdins $2.3.5-2.60: meekly. Bonds steady; speculative rails in wisconsin or Michigan U. S. No. 1 n- washed cobblar El.25-2.S0. New uotatoes: 4 demand. Texas 50 lb. sacks No. I $.35-2,50; Call- Oldest Ball Star Dies Cotton quiet; short covering in ornu= Longwhites I 21 . May. * Chicago -- (;P) -- Tony Mullane, Wheat closed steady; trade light. Silence is "Alarm Clock" oldest major league baseball star Rye slightly higher on commas- died today at the age of 85. sion house buying. Japanese people use crickets as Hogs; extremely dull trade; al> watch dogs. They are kept in The big game population ol proximately 12,000 head unsold; top cages and stop chirping if a U. S. national forests has in- $13.75 stranger enters during the night, created more than threefold in Cattle, steers and yearlings ac- the sudden silence awakening the the past 20 years, rive, ully steady; top $17. master. (: 2