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"t 7 r r Wednesday, May 24, 1944 UNFURNISHED APART..N---Of 3 or 4 rooms wanted by servlcan&apos;a wife and 15 month old daughter. Ph. WILL /..EASE OR BUY---,5 or S house for parsonage in itF of h Ave. and Roosevelt Road. Phone 73- ,11 p BALLANTYNY.--to Real IW rate. [usurance Property Manaemst U e ank d4L. Phone F. G. WTI.AND.--I,aitor. leimt NR- tfonl Bank Bldg.. Phone  mn and insurance.  BT.I.DLG -- With $ Uv/ng rooms, 2 car garage, a very bu f N00. Rent the su.e and use the home if you  the stors for businesS.  P[eny. III 6th Av. House of Ruffalo PGINO A COMPLETE SERVICE--In estab/hin home. Our intimate knowled,e of re @Mate bl an asset to vO BUSINESS PROPITT ]Rear 22rid Ave. and Roovelt Rd tm'e Ind 6 rocm fiat, recently remodeled. 0. o ZJrd Av Phons M 1% ACKES---.4 room hom, drilled wl]. electr/eitv, ikrage, chicken house, OLEO0. Ben F. Stahl & Son& 3700 Roosevelt B. Phone 6783. ONE ACRF--Wih room house and garage, No Well. Eleelr/eity. $1800. Part- ly furnished. Immediate ossession. Ben F Stehl & Sons 3700 Roosevelt Road. Phone 6"S3. 7612 17T AVE. S room modern hour, dOuble ILltrle. Ldtrge lot. Price $5700. 01J00 c88b. J. PARMENTIER 1307 75th St. Phone 0 21ST AVE.. 6517 atx room ho. wiLh den or 'wing rom. hot air furnace, stetionery tube. el"ira toilet in bat,ent. 2 car eara With concrete drive, lot 010, S00. GEORGE STEVENS Real Ettate, Loans, Insuranca 16 8th AVe. on@ ND AVE.. 7814---For sale bar owner, Teem house; on 2 bus lineS.  buy for right party. all after 3:30. 6510 22ND AVE. a room modern hm@ and ragt" Good lOation. Low pr/. S41  AVI S room modern home. l'/k/ siS/De. arae. low taxes. $400. 1116  T. Tlne 10 room brick doubl L ecee .n priced rh 2007 (13RI) Irr. 1o room double fiat. furnace heat Lot x125. Big futurs value for wholesale Modest Maidens '%%'.,,us 'Tll answer itthMe have been some wonderful wrong nufnbe lately." i | i ..,, 140USES IR laLE 45 HOUSES FOR SALE Lm RHODE ST,a'lflee st/caUF W. McK'TL KOOL DISTP.ICT rmlirn, e room brick bunmlow w/ An excellent S-room bungalow, modern in S lotS, 5OX0. Tel"el d@k For further inormakm phone 377$ fast !all respects. Newly decorated, oak aoors. 3:30 p. m. fully iflsulated, easily }ated. Possession June 15. Act quickly. For oarticuiara L OTI[ AI_IRU0 AClgAG-4 or s STYX.  elt CUNNINGHAM & GEHRING ' limits, lwJed righL 1A-- A&qsalr Realtors ?th Ave. Plne 4J. FiTs 'at'l Rank Bldg. Phone 4754 LOT-.42I42, No. S. ol o. 2 el. f" ULO by owner nably. Write Amol MOD]G S FLAT ox 433. Montello. Wit Two furnace, 2 car garage, lot 200x1. SOUTH K-ENOSHABuy your garden lot Price 114600. Easy terms. McKINLEY 'OOL DISTRICT now, and be Prelred so you ,sn lulld In the future. 10% down, balance Six room modern home, ft000 tot monthly Paymnte. H. L, Bullonre quick lalo. & Ik}n. ?17"57th |t Phone 1. , Seveca] new 4 room holwce on eajT #AWTED--gEAL ESTATE OO YOU WANT TO  YOUll IoJa CHAS. CARLSON ve o61h bu)'m for e. g and -4mom Realtor houses; ahm family houses 5533 6th Ave Phone  $10,000. TOL A. J WAN, U NW BRICK HOMES-Foe sale to de- 13 6th Ave. 'A' Phone 4S ferns workers only. Only $800 down hOuse location on trackaS e. 800. ayrnent required, baian0@ $41.50 per 'OR  210 81rr ST. ]onth. J. ffmn. Jr., 9 3h Ave. List our real usta with us A Sine 12 room double flat su/te01e to hone 7. We  to g/re YOU all cas O. 6/. MATRON ILALTY CO. remodel as 4 family, end 4 room hom NEW ROM'ES--4 room brick horace.  O. S. Bak Bldg. nol 4 t rear. The locat/on for income, to move /lto. Stairway to att/. Arv/ We finance your purchase. Johnson. 7112 22rid Ave. Phone O]"Y WA/ G.  MATSON KF.ALTY CO. Have many cash bu'rs for 5-6-7 U. S. 'nk Bldg. Phone  NOATH  SHO ROAD homes and twits. If 'Ou want dTH AVL, Ba--Two at. 5 down. 4 up. proert7 sold qdik, steam heat. 2 car arage. convenient to HAINS AVF-Near the lake. modern 4 JAgi W. AIL school, stores ad trensortaUon. Ree- room eotte/, available g0r immediate 60 S8th St%IMj Phone 14 onably priced at 00. BACEVIC AGENCY 5619 6th Ave. IST AVE.--tncome prery. Two fiat Of 3 and 4 rooms and 4-room house on e'xtra large lot. street paved and sn assessments paid. $4600. one-third dow balance payments. H. L. Bullamore k Son, 717 57th St. Phone 3323. ND AVF. 7M A n-ec litU hem for g could4. yOun or old. Large llvin room md kitchen ion. wevlace. Larl bedroom, baU Venetian oltods. Runnin water. EJcsLtent d well. Garage at- possesolOn. Furnace heat. deed well. SMALL ACRAGF-Wich 7 or 8 screened porch. 'tat/onary tubs, ant house wanted Dear tOw. Phone b'?L SOxlS0. $4000 takes all including fur- . Or  us  Off'. WE HAVE CASH BUYERS--For 4. S,e and 0 room homm. Ltst ]u. pTm)eTI THE R. B. WHIT CO. with ml for quick sales. McueJtinn Realtors Agency. P.t/tors. 7k1 14th Ave.. phone 925 59th St. Phone dlSl el'  4';12. WAT AVI YOU FOR We want 4 and $ room bunealows. 2  OFFqID BY HOARD AGENCY and farm land. Our 23 years experience RYrH ST.. 1509---4 bedroom Rtodern houee, is YO.'I for Lot 4x207. garage, food latton, $10 201 Orlbl lidS, Phone down,  as rent 20 ACR.ES-.-O hllfh lly wooded land tached to hour. Exterior is asbestos shingle. A good electric stove included. rge lot Good en spot. Only THOS. A. SULLIVAN. Realtor 815 sth Ave. "'A" Phone 74 q TH HOARD AGICY dTH AVE., S28--8 roOm modern houce. ]mltors Real bargain. Reasonably oriced; also 2 411 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone family fiat Cundy Agency, Real Estate: and Insurance. 522 th St. Phone 7547 Or 6018. Income U service. 5TrH ST.. 1328 ven-room one-family . hot air furnace, one-car arsB. )00. FRANK HAIS Realtor 4@08 7th 'VS. Phone 5023 @0TH PLACE. e07--4 rora modern house with comPlte  Call be- twcen 12 and 1. QUICK POSSESSION $706 31ST AVE. 8 room h6me, large rooms, natural place. New furnace. $8500. MILLAR AGENCY Realtors 301 Orpheum Bldg. 'Phone 2-2114 wanted. WT/@  . care 4 llT AVL-..4 room mSdern ioue. News. New Holland hxrrmce, new roof. Glassed in porch, $1 down. ce all rent qUTO |aRVml UTO GPla and sha installed willie ou ws/t ImmmML Northern Motor Parts.  ?th Ave BELTS 3"o/t Stokers, Washlnl Machines, Rrtt- eratO etc. Gordon Auto Parts M01 Boo.pelt Rd. Phone 4178 Ben F. Stahl & Son 3700 RooseTilt  Phone ST.. 1330--9 room house, S bed- room, beth on each floor, new hot water heating plant. One car nraee. $5800. John Neu, Realtor residence hone 3788. office jhons 3623.  SAN KD. ']['his belmtt,"u] brick fiat building, S rOoms each floor. Windows and doors weather strtp4d. Two hot water heat- In plants. wo flreplaceL creens storms for all doors and windows. 2 sun Orehes, 2 car garage. This inclle djoining lot about 44X144 feet Can be easily converted into 4 thradt-room Ut nts. Only $10,000. Can be nanced. THOS. A. SULLIVAn. Realtor 0SlS 8th Ave. "'A'" Phone 74 rsTH ST. 2316---4 room bunalow w/th modmr beth: etaLrwy to attlo, lot. tnelud/n cherry, alle and plum trees, berry bushes, grane arbor poul- try house and garage. Close to tran ortation Priced at I100. Poseeu/o S0 day. James Penth" Aency. tots. 102.5 56th St. oh. 2-321S BEST BUY L'W TOWN MOVE IN JUN IST |TH AVE. 6925--Ownee ocouDied. S room home. Has glazed porch, new fur- nace. comoosition roof. garage. IOt is I2 feet deep. Near transportation and Schools. Only $800 down. balanca as ret Price reduced to  ACt fast. CHAS. H. pFENNIG. LNC. Realtors 00 57th St. Phone 8 CAMP LAKE, WIS.--Year around 6 room home. all city conveniences. Write P O. Box 32. T1evor Wh,.. ]}'OR SALE BY OWSTER--ExcepUmlly well built, solid brick house of 9 Ivly decorated. Floored tUc. Cinus to WeSt s/d@ factories. del roomin hou or ear#' onvoron to flunfly fiat ear garage. Priced to selL ff interested phone 4800. OSX--- room house. I T be moved from premises. Henry Koehne. t, mile south of 0th St. on Highway 31. l>hone 2-.5749. INCOM PROPERTY AV--Lce locaUon and I8 lot. Has s rooms and bath down, 8 large and bath up. New roof. UbtoS siding, good hot water furnace. Price IS200. MULIC AG]CY $33 8th Ave. Phone ?-300 Mck store with 6 room modern apart- merit above on West Side. Good neigh- borhood location. Thts is a genuine bar- a. $4,800, Phm for further lrt/cu-i THOS. A. SULLIVAN, Realtor 15 8th Ave. "'A" Phon '/4,18 X.INCOLN PARK DISTRICT---6 rom 24th Ave., 7  hou and 2 car artSe. pric S3800: brick storm builS- gnu. can be converted into IS apart- mente, price $4.000. Area Rdty (.. 0th St. Phone 2-2448. auto t/ng and inoral  m 29TH AVE.. 6323--8 room modern home. WAD MOTORS S baths, garale,  Immolate  83rd at 18th Ave Phone don. " BRAK -- Inttion and cerbut . clalists. Richter & Hedworth, ovVoslte TrH AVE., 4110---6 room hoarse. S apart- City Hall. Phone 2-1312. merit bufldlne Of S and S room apart- numts, aaram for 3 cars and 4 LOtS 1 i one oPerty. Priced to sell. 24TH AVE..  room modern and garaD. HAA PARK--S room modern hot water heat. garage. $3800. AVE., 611--S room Odern low. $3800. 9 ROOM MODERN HOUSE--Hot water Government Surplus LUBRICATING OIL Put up in I0-gal. milk cans. SA 0 40, 50 & 60--$5.45 per CHASSIS GREA 10-lb. and 2-lb. Pid]& Gordon Auto Parts heat. garaire, walking ltance  2801 Roosevelt Rd. Phone 41711 wntown. Immedte ion. O00. SOUTH SIDE-- room modern house. v oo Pats New roof and furnace. Good cond/Uo gnmon throulhout Immediate p0sessiom For Sale by owner. Phone 2-4613. We are now able to  reasonably WASHINGTON RD.Near Ihertdan 1... quick delivery on genuine rglocement two flat. S rooms each, furnace neat parts for down. reasonable. Inquire 4029 8th Ave. Delco and Auto-Life xs w. ST,. Ignition Systems 0 S8th Street Phone 5184 3RD AVENUE, 0810 Fred P. 8-room. one-eioor bungalow. Living nuuy !with natural flreniace. Larl lot. Garage. Distributor of STREET. L$1e Gnutn Autmnoflve Parts S-room. one-eioor bungalow. Gara. 815 57th St. Phone 313 co,, pxm< T-room. modern home. One bedroom down; three up. $4500. 14TH AVENUE, dV41 S-at 5 and 5. Each has bath. na. Garage. $40. lffrH AV]'UE. 328 IMMEDIATE POION Small, brick home. Fd. $1300, SHERIDAN ROAD, e6 Fivsom all o one flo, hot water heat Strut'turally in  Shl. car garage and workshop. Lot 75x12 This proDel-ty is a barat at the price. Terms. Interest 5%. FRD]ICK E. S'I'EI 22nd Ave. 702 57th St. Phone -1614 RADIO--We have a few good used auto radios. $15.00: $19.50; $22.50. Herbert Sales, 6108 22rid Ave. Southwest Side Modle 5.1mom bungalow and extra Southwest Side Mdern 4-room mmgalow. North Side 6-roam hotme, S rooms . one up. North Side $  3-room hour; 6-rOom house. n on lares lot. 85x285. Good incom erty. Owner leavin e/ty. VIDAS AGI" $614 7 Ave. Sprinq Tune-Up Service We']] Sell Tan You List 'Era IATH AVE., 04-e---Two fiat bu/Id, e rooms each, 2 Nparete hlrnacus, ta - cellent condition, near St. James Cath- lto church. Methodist church. and hugh school and onTlent to doWn- tow $00. Torm srswTs SDF.--S room bungalow, with 2 lar cdroome, ato/rl .... rage  n;rteen --  u, i  :  = ' CASH' 1 "' " "" " - ITd'-o-ay s--uotatzonsQ  p--. fo...tolv'en/oo VlOn]eysll ^,-.i AI------L._ Fee] Effect of LUL01 UUI00{00I I Money SpreetT0 l00nne^n,00G^- ..* 800d, -- o.d For Your Car Atlanta Even the mon- I 00,UII3GI YallUll . m, ... Ohio oil ........ keys in the zoo had stomach _sl  Douglas Aircr ... 48% Owens Ill ....... 57t OGa THIS  aches in the wake of a endin r % [k| lllb   Dist Corp Seag.. 35 L42 NALH--4 dor ledm PTe aged by three T3-ys-'a-c. ll00Innra N=mndl00 .... w Pont ........ Pan Am , and 18 who told police they lvl ltJJ ! IUl I IU/Auia ch M'..II' ... 291 C]iVRO--DIue 2 dOr. M/d:City Motor Sales 3119 RoOSevelt Rd. excellent tires, motor JUSt ]L'e 743 22d Ave, before 3:00 0'clock PhOne 7419. ----. --__ DpIg n lX.:Te-? four  sedan. 0400.g0. OD@E---1940, @ door an, in .4,-1 shape. Bob-L rvto. rd RL It Sheridan lid, DODGE---19 sedan, $306.00 Butchor fe and de/ee, ?]514 her/dan Road. Phone elM. iDltl- V4 tudor, w/th rebuilt ms- . tad/e, I10. Inquire B14 ltmq- dan Rd. after 6:00 P. M. found $766 in a grocery store. After the "find" the trio start- ed peeling the role at Grant Park zoo. They stoked the elephants with peanuts, the monkeys with sweets, and themselves with ham- burgers, hot dogs, pop and ice cream. The mixture floored the boys. After a stay in the Juvenile detention home, the Jpenders, till pale, led police on a hmitl search in the woods where they said they h/d $700. t Sh0w Plans for 2Sth Ave.: utalr. Du/ro 4.8  Ave.. ho 14477, ween 6 nd 7 p. m. NAS]..-1942 dlv.xe 4 door n in fect COndition. Hsdio, nestor, lnu/ ,,, eth Ave.  'ASH-LA FAYET--1940 " door good tires, radio, $750. 6724 35th Ave Phone 2--4993. OLDaWlm mmn food tC-m. good motor. $170.00. Inquire efo 3)0. 2,524 50th St. upstairs. PLYOUTM--1034 -door sedan, heater mOtOr In A-I tondtUon. 1944 lioento price $200. Call S19 7&th St. PLYMOUTB--1934 daluze 4-door, allghU7 used: 5 tires. Call at ek Hdwe Co. 2118 52r St.. between 7 and 8 p. m. $350 OR BEST OFFER -- Have a 1S7 Nash-l Fayette, 2 door Victoria eoeeh. Good tires. Motor recently overhnleL Body and uvhoistery in excellent eon- dition. Can be  at 4610 22rid Ave. phone 2-13. GORDON'S FORD--IS30 COUp. like new 38,000  bef,re mileS.BT2Y 11:00. I'llllltbla, CARS " -- Sellllnl--}C0unl _"" School Grdon Auto Paras, 2801 Roosevelt Rd. "- '= ICommencement LINCOLN ZEPffYR.-.UPS7 m. between 12 noon and 3-.10 v. m. BUY NOW 1941 RUICK--Sedanet te 1941 OOBILE--Club coupe 1941 PLYMOUTH--4 door sedan 1941 NASH--"600" club coupe 1940 CHEVROLET--Town sedan 1540 DODGE.. door slln 1939 BUICK---4 door sedan 1939 PLY1M[OUTH--2 door sedan 1937 NASH--Coupe We Will pay top cash price for yoir USed car. 35 other oars to choose from. Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Benning Motors 2221 Roosevelt  Phone 4124 I Still Buy 'Era Charley Derning (Cent/need from Page One) Kreuseher, Robm't MAIInn. VitInla Maginn. Dale Meyer, Ward Richter and Alvin S0hleeht. Pleasant Pralllo TOWnship: - Frts Adair, iner Akr, Arthur Alterltott. auline A/tevot, Shirley .ndefon. ames Anderson, John Jay And@TS@n, Frank Andrekus. Paul AntaramLan, AUton, Walter Chrtlonn, h-vm Clark. ntoinette Dezoma. Ruth Puton. Falkenstern. Billy Fennel. Fred Gilbert Filz, Irwin Fi/z, Florence Garland, Patsy cCarnAme. ALfred Gentile. Donald (}lamer, ol Hain. BeVerly Hartnell, Ceell Hill. Constance Kahler. Elaine Kersten. Hobart Knutter. Betty Kollman. Daisy KotLmky, George Kotky, Chlr Kovacio, Don- ald Ltteu. Clarabelle Maeik. Betty Marino. Richard Mazzei. Frederick M'L Henry Metello. Vivian Nelson. Rud Nickel. Lyal Person. Peter Pias. W Pritcherd. Marion Risks. Bertha Ruble. LiP y Bumachlk. Richard Schlater. I-]rold Schmidt. Patricia Scott, Maria G. iandt. Batty Slugs. Beyaly Socsa, James orensen. Patrtcia Stranb@r ary Jlulm TUTCo. Nancy Uttech, G@Orl Vararf, Wayne Vo/ght, Robert Wu- rick. Una White and Charles Yanks. Randall Township: Robert Ambern, Freddie Banis, Margaret Carey. Pa DeRome. John Holter, Betty Nienhus, Irene Richter. Arlene Roanhouse. mm RoanhouN. William Schoor, Joan doff and Grge aohultz. Salem Township: Ray BairatoW, Charles Bauer, Gerald Baysiner, RolNrt Be.land, Lima Bernotas, Donald BroOks. Iter Richard Caroy, Robert DUIn. bert BMert. Joan Oandt, Alia@ Gab- hardt. Robert Haase, Rchard Frank Hartnell. RObert Keuiman. Krahn, Walter KuiLgowskl. H'ry smer, Mary Lou Minshal/. (CenURod frem P One) of fish and game regulations for the coming year. In the main, the msponm of ICe. no, hans to the quastiorm on hunt- ing, fishing and trapping lnd/cetod that local conservstlonis and sportsmen are weU-uUMied with the present rulings Of the conserva- Uon comm/to The general coneang of local opinion Was for an unchanged fish- lng soason, but Io.al rtsen sought an increase in the pm'mit- ted hluqll bag I/mR from I to 2. ALL other es of fishing were recommended for status quo with the exception of bullheads. Ask ESTW Seon nd Th/s year, Keneaha county fish. ermen ware permitted an early season on bu/]heads, beginning on April 15. The local sportsmen, for reasons of enforcement of other fishing regulations, urged that the bullhead fishermen be kept from Kenosha county Waters until the Opening of the general $euon. The We Have For Sale 1941 FOR--Deluxe 2 door sedan heater. 1237 BUiCK---Century 4 door sedan. 1937 NASM--Ambassedor "8" sedan, t' o. eater. 1936 FOBD---linxe fordor sedan. Am Can ........ 88 Am Loco ....... Ie AmPow&L ... 2 Am  ........ 9 Am 8melt ...... 117% Am Tel & Tel . .1MV, Am Tob B ...... 44 Am Zinc ........ OA Anaconda Cop.,  Armour Ill ......  Atoh T & $ F ... 67A Aviation Corp ... 3% Bendix Avlat ... 37 Beth Steel ...... MY, Borden Co ...... 31% Borg Warner ,,, ?4 cal & Hec .... et Cm ............ 3e'A Cater Tractor ... 4, Ches & Ohio ..... 45. Chi Mall Order.. 18 Chrysler Corp .. 85s Corn Edison .... 28 Cons Copper 3% Cons Edison 21% Cons ,t G"II 0 Contairer Corp.. 24 Corn Prods ..... 58 Curtiss Wright .. 5 Eastman Kodak.. 163 Farnl Tel Rad .. 12V4 Gen Elec ....... 36 Gan Foods ...... 42 Gn Motors .... 597/, Goodrich ....... 4. Goodyear 4 Ot Nor Ir Or,'i 14 Gt Nor Ry pf ... 33A Greyhound 20 X-Xometake Mmi 41/, Ill Central ...... 15/8 Int Harvester ... 73% Int Nick Can ... 27 In Paper ....... 18 nt Tel & Tel .... 13% John Manville .. 95 Kennecott Cop .. 31, Kirab Clark .... 35 Libby Glass .... Liggett & My B.. 76 Marshall Field., 14 Mont Ward ..... 44 NASH KELV ... 13 Nat Biscuit ..... 20A Nat Dairy ...... 20% Nat Steel ....... 60 / N Y Central .... 18% No Am Aviat Nor Amer Co 17% Nor Pac ........ 16, =**" ISt0ck leader s mitred possession of 100 minnows outside of lake shiners and that dip netting for rough fish be permitted on a 24-hour basis from March I /C0ntinue Ris e Unanimouy, those attending the hearing agreed that ice fishing should be retained and that an ex- tended season be permitted oni[rl Today's Mart Lily, Montgomery and Dyer lakes since those waters are subject to freeze-out Muleski. Glenn Nalon. Arala Pkn/n. I Robert Paulson, Jack Pearce. Joyce who neglect trap lines. The Keno- Richards. Richard Richter. Ruth Rlohtor, Katherine lear, Lucy Scllrflidt. Clalr-;$ha trappers advocated a closed ella Schultz, Margare Schutz. Mariorie |ealon on skunl sinGe that animal Stoxen, Paul Swartz, Joan Voel mtlha s suffered a 'clical decimatt ^- Charles Wilton . .v  Somers Town'saIp: AJM  Abrueh.lin the past two years. Betty Aderman. Betty Alberts. ttyJ ....  -- Beck#r. Jean Bush, 7an ristmumn.[ll dd / Barbara Clough. Allan Cooer. Joycel|JJ|mas  qkssJJsa 6 Cruzen. Adea DIMiechL Bernice Edutst. ll" It-ll 1%1111 IU I II .arion Edquit. Andrew Fay. Arl'mel/It.ill ,./l]bll[ U| Fitzeatr/ck. Jophine Gomhar. Wfllard / Herman Gorter. Lavon Grlffta. Donald In the game section, local sports- men recommended that the pheu- ant season be reduced from 30 days to nine days to permit the county bird population, found desperately short in the fall of 1943, to recoup. The deer season recommendslot wal left tO the northern counties, but local hunters urged a concur- rent bear season. The hunUnnen urged a reduction in the daily bag limit of rabbits from five per day to three. Trappers urged that the practice of staking runs on public lands before the opening of the trapping eason be orbidden and that measure8 be taken against those Hansen. Glen Harcus. LiILian E[.ers- Stock Diseases dor. James Iusen, Ronald Jacob. Nor- man Jesk. Ruth Jlssen. Raymond John- son. Shirley Mae Jonas. Irvin Klapth. and Marion Kremts. Robert Lansln. Anita Lee. Marian LUS. r|4 /.it/n. Charles Lucas M/h'ed Nevll/er. Walts Newman. Alvin dorC. John Ryall, Joyce Sanderson, Lots ScheckJer, Edward Schmunck. ViOlet Sehulte, Genevieve Sorenson. '21 Stoxan, Zrnest Tabbert, Jack _ Dond VanWie, Robert Waas. Mee Wade. Vernon Wiekman. lhltt Woh]gemuth, Phyllis Wolfe. And Wa1,1 Woodward. Wheatlend' Township: Lfllian Bcemlm. Donald Brandes. Gne Davis. Betty GeT- ,her, Georgia Kaskin. William Glenn Wells and Dale Wicks. 1938 OLET--2 door sedan. 4 OPEN EVENINGS | See them 8t our Used Car Lot d Western Anchor Sheridan Rd. and 58th s, IOf Hitler Line Two Hcenleseen 2 3456attendance. J iCentlnaed from Page One) Richard M. Huber Win. JeOnipressec l hope tha*. periled Rome ,. I would be saved. He singled out USED CARS--F sale t Blmmviai Marshal Tito as the chief military Garage. 19th Ave. and 57th St. Ph. Zactor in Yugoslavia, as the Par- tisan army leader pressed the Ger- mane back in several sectors. He spoke from an island where invasion troops and fleets were being disposed for a leap into west- ern Europe. French Patriots re- ceived more battle orders and the Paris radio turned gloomy assert- ing railways were in chaos, electric systems sabotaged and "the tem- per of the population rising." Russia served a virtual ultima- tum to unstable Bulgaria to change Its pro.Nazi policy by midnight to. morrow or suffer severed rela. tions, Ankara reported. The Rus- sian armies probed many sectors of the long, restive eastern front. The breach between Russian and the Polish exiled government in London seemed o widen as a Polish national council committee reached Moscow and the Soviet radio denounced the London re- gime. t Russian Troops Kill 400 Germans Moscow --(U.P.)-- Russian troops killed approximately 400 Germans fin taking a height in the Stanis- lawow area of southeastern Poland and in hand.to.hand trench fighting northwest of T/raspol along the lower Dnestr river yeerday, it was announced today. Fourteen German planes were shot down Monday, the Russ/an communique said, adding that there were no important changes on e eastern front (A Broadcast of a Romanian com- munique, heard by the U. S. federal communications commission, said 4,000 Ru/ans ware killed and 2,- 000 captured in the Dnestr bend at Ligode Ford.) Manitowoc Man Killed At 00hip Buildin00 Yards Wood, 32, was killed last night at the Man/ Shipbuilding com- party yards when steel plate top- plad over on him. He w dis- charged from the army last uly. Survivors include his widow and lmmta, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wood. We Pay Cash For Your Car We Need Used Cars /E HAVE FOR 1941 PLMOUT-- umne L939 BUXX---.4 door sedan. t941 NAM AMBASSADOR "6"-.4 sedan. ll NA-L,A FAYrlt1"--2 d00 t940 NASB-LA FAY'I"J,--.4 door alden. 1938 FORD--Deluxe 4 door sedan 1939 MFAgURY--4 door deluxe L937 NAI AMBA "6"'-4 sedan. ,dom wig.  Appoint- ment of 10.member committee on eternary science, which will udy vetock disae problcm end ree. ommend solutions to the state board of agriculture, was announced to- day by Milton H. Button, director of the department of agriculture The committee includes Dr. T. H. Fergnson of Lake Geneva, chairman of the State Board of Veterinary Examiners; Dr. C. F. Vand de Sand of Kiel, lnember of the board of veterinary examiners; Dr. G. B. Wrigglesworth of Eau Claire, mem- ber of the board of veterinary ex- aminers; Dr. J. S. Healy of Madison, inspector for the U. S. Bureau of Animal Husbandry; Dr. B. A, Beach of Madison, professor of Veterinary Science at the WisconsinCollege of Agriculture; Dr. L. T. Donovan of Waupun, president of the state Vet- erinary Medical Anoclation: Dr. C. A. Deadrnan of Madison, president of the Southstarn VeterLnary Medical Association; Dr. W, A. Thomson of P1attaville, president of the Southwest' Veterinary Medi- cal Association; Dr. B. Royer of Shawano, prddant of the Ncrth- eastern Veterinary Medical Auocta- tion; Dr. John It. Berggren of Bald. win, president of tha Northwetazn Veterinary Medical Association. Hissing Wacs Found in Chicago Des Moines, la. -- ,P -- Wac Privates PAts Laurel, San Fran- cisco, Cal., and Patricta Murphy, Canton, O., who recently borrowed a car and were found A. W. O. L. at Chicago, have been sentenced to 15 days' confinement at hard labor, the Fort Des Moinas public rela. ions office revealed today. They also have been ordered to forfeit $20 of their army pay. Charges of larceny of an auto- mobile, preferred against them by .Tack Oglevie. Des Moines, have been dropped. The women said Oglevie lent them the automobile and gave them the keys and regis- tration card. Three Employs Arrested in Sweden Stockholm -- () -- Three em- ployes of the Sk ballbearing works at Goteborg have been arrested on charges of supplying information to a foreign power about the size of orders and destinations, Alton- bladet said today. Two of the employee were Swedes and the other was described as a foreigner, All worked in the company's order department, and Attonbladet quoted one u say. ing he fed information to the mnnamed foreign power for "ideological reasons." e Fire Destr0ys Interi0r Of Prin(et0n Gymnasium Princeton, N. J. ---gJ..-- The in- terior of the Princeton unlv,-lity gymnas/um was burned out and the universtty's et/re rdpply of ath- letic equipment, Its athletic library, and trophies were destroyed by fire early today. The loss was estimated at $500,. 000 by George It. Meyars, superin- tendant of ound and buildings. Topel-Nash Sales We'll Buy Your Car! And Pay You Top Cash Pricel WE HAVE FOR SALE THE TOLLOVIG GOOD LATE MODEL CAR: NAH 600--4-door sehu 1941 NAH---Choice of two model 60 sedans, the ration card stretchers. They are both fine clean cars In the best Of i condition. 1940 NAlJH---4-door edan. I9 CSVROLEreI 1938 PONTIAC---Coach. Sheridan Road Garage ertdan Rd. at 59th St Phone ST,,I. Gas Rations for -ISpecial Farm Help New York -- (;P -- Stocks ad- vanced today to the highest aver- age levels since late March and leaders generally held gains rang. ing from fractions to a point or more despite active profit selling in the late proceedings. Rails moved ahead briskly in the first hour and thereafter buying activities spread to steels, rubbers motors and numerous industrial specialties and blue chips which lately had been neglected. Deal- ings. about the largest for month, i totaled approximately 1,100,000 shares. The recently buoyant liquors f-! fered a setback following a new advncae in the early dealings. Final hour prices in some in- stances were a bit under the day's highs. On the improved side were Santa Fe, Southern Railway, Union Pacific, Morris & Esiex, Atlantic Coast Line, U. S. Steel, Youngstown Shee, Chrysler, Western Union. Westinghouse, Johns-Manville, and Standard Oil (N. J.). Rye Shows Drop loans were selecival stmnl in the bond market. Chioago wheat closde unchanged to / cent ]ushel lowre. Rye dropped 1% to 2 cents. Cotton utur in late trades were up 25 to 35 cants bal Credited for the early upswing fn the rails was the overnight news of Huse doptlon of the measure to rpeal the land grant statute on- der which the carriers are re- quired to haul government traffic at half regular rates. While the bill, if finally enacted, would add an estimated $250,000,000 a year to the indtmtry'8 revenues on the basis of present government traf- fic, it contained a proviso ealling for Interstate Commerce Commis- sion review of the general rate structure for possible "appropriate readjustments." This latter provi- s/on stimulated profit selling in the carriers after the first hour. North Dak0ta GOP Opens C0nventi0n Bismarck, N. D. -- (U,P -- The state Republ/can convention open today with an expected attendance of more than 500 delegates who will elect a national committee- man, a national committeewoman and delegates to the national con. vention. The national delegation will be composed of 11 memberl and 11 alternates. They are expected to be instructed to support the nomina- tion of Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New York for president Most prominently mentioned to succeed William Stern, Fargo, na. t/anal commltteeeman, are Fred Graham, Ellendale; State Sen. Or. ris Nordhaugen, Leeds; Henry Ken- nedy, Grand Forks, and Gerald Olson, Richland county. Present national committeewoman is Mrs. Selma Stenerson of Minot, who may be named again to the post, Group Announces Rate Redudion Madison, Wis. -- (.) -- A rate reduction which"the state public service commission said would save customers of the Nekoosa.Ed- wards Paper company $2,500 a year on their electric bills was r announced today. "In revising the retail rates of the utility to reflect a total reduc- tion of $2,500, the staff has de- signed rate schedules which will reduce rates for all classes of cus- tomers except those served from the special Cranmoor extension," the commission said. 4 Markets at a 5lance Bar AJooiatA Pr Stocks higher; leaders continue rise. Bonds higher; secondary spur advance. Cotton firm; mill and local buy- ing factor. Wheat lower; good crop pros- pects. Rye very weak; liquidation, Hogs extremely slow; holdovers expanded to 22,000 head; top $18.7 Cattle active for good or better grades; top $17.15; new cop high. Washington -- ( -- The ca of Price Administration ruled to- day that oce workars, bms- men and ethers volunteering for qre.time work on farms and in food processing may receive special ioline raUon OPA district directors will des- lgnaW a  board to omdder applieat/oaa for the  a//otmonts, Param Pict ..... 25% Penney ......... 99 z Penn R R ...... 29,s Phelps Dodge ... 21, Phillips Pet .... 43 % Pur Oil ........ 16 4 Radio Carp ..... 9 , Rpub Steel .... 17 Sears Roebuck .. 88 SheLl Un Oil .... 26 SIMMONS CO .. 27z, Sinclair Oil ..... 137,s See Vacuum ..'.. 124 Sou Pac ....... 30 8tand Brands ... 30 St Oil Cal ...... 37 St Oil and ...... 33b St Oil N J ...... 56 Studebaker ..... 16 Swift & Co ..... 31 Texas Co ....... 48a T/ink Det Axle... 28 Un Carbide ..... 80 Un Air Lines ... 24% Un Aircraft .... 284 U S Rubber ..... 48 : U S Steel ...... 51% West Un Tel ... 46 West E1 Mtg .... 100 Woolworth ...... 38 Youngst Sh & T.. 36% ]Livestock and Produce Prices 0NlUg0 LIVIT00K By Aatad prmss SALABLE HOGS.--18,000: total 29,000; very tqOW, demand for all welL.is and Irads very rrrow, nrket generally. sdy: good and cholc@ 150-270 Ibs. $13.78, the top; 280-300 lbl. $11.75-13.25; small lois up to 400 Ibm. down to 811.25 and below; goo and choice I&-170 abe. $12.00-I3.00 and medium de lS0-220 lbs. S11-1278: good and choice 350- $80 Ib sows 10.I1: approximately 22.000 unsold, comprix around 85 per cent support hogs. aALARLE CATTLE--13,000; salable calves 8o0: good and choice fed seds and Yarllngs steady to trong; common and reed/urn grades steady to weak, price dlviing llne tending aound $15.00; very ctlve trade on better grades; top $17.15. now hh On Crop;  ,oads $17.10: yearlinls 017.00: heifer Yearlin $16.50: heifers stcons to shade higher: beef cows firm. canners and cutters steady at a.o down; bulls I.ady. with weighty sausaSe offerini to 12.3; and hevy fat hulls to $13.50 and better; most light and medium wet pulls 810.00-11.80: vealers finn to 5c higher t 818.00 OWA; Stock oatUe very scM*ee. 8ALABL.E S.I3P--,SO0: total 4..5oo: little told early; load good and choice Colorado fed w0Oled lamb held boys 015,0 and rth, er lod fed wooled wsetern lambs held above 0L5.: deck common Io lw-medium light WO01ed lamb 813.b.5: good and choice fed shorn lambs held above Li4L25: shorn ewes unchanged at $7.00 on soatterd lots naves. 0HIOAli0 PRODU0g Fhueteay, ohle]r.us firm; old ducks 23. mt POULTRy-.te 2 ear, 18 trucks; 3 to 1 elts; under- 28 to 0 cents; shrle wheal one     1 , . mupte 8:16,143 Ibe.: mar- kot firm and un:  soore .j 41e:   41: gO  40c; 89 cases; market unseated: IT. S..melals &-; ex- tree 21-&38; etendardL 2S.,e: t re- oe/nts i:  4.41Ste. mu ehake . J['ATOr.--A-Tval m: On  193. ts 24. N'ew StoCk. 'aek sales Per I00 Ibe. Alabama BI/ umh U. 8. 1, 1 in Unh,n s/ e4.15: $.$0; U. S. I. IV inch mla/mum un- washed $3.50: Louiaiana Bliss Triumphs Commarctals unwashed $4.20: unwashed 113.60; CalifornAa lonwh.lt U. a. l. S/ze A, washed 1.50-4.6,S: mct/y 4.60: comm/clals weahd 8&85-4.5: U. S. 2. washed $3.2.5-3.35: old atock: Track -ales ruml00 abe. Minnesota and North Dakota phs unwashed badly sDrnuted 50 cents; cobblers 90 Per cent U S 1 quality washed $2.35; unwashed badly snrOuted 43 centsc: Idaho Ruaaeth Burbank U S I. stze A. unwashed Jobbed 03.88. 0HIgA00 ill.Ill PJ, IIE WSAT--O High Low ClOse JulY .... 1.6 :4 I.C) 1.81 t. .... i.0 1.$64 I58 1.892 .... 1.VI 1.O0 1.58  , 1.$9. }fay .... X.60 1.61 1.59m8 1.50, s OATS-- July ....... 77 ,77 IF .75, .76 :/t ept ...... 72t .72s .71/4 .718k Dec ........ 71 .71 .70, .70, RYJG-- JulY .... 1.11 1.11Vs I.% 1.08= Sept, .... 1.11 1.11% I.ff7 1.0 V pea ..... 1.13 1.18 1.0. 1.11% May .... 1.15 1.18/R 1.12 1.13' BA.qI.XY-- Ju/y .... 1,q I. 11 121% $ MILWAUKaE LIVI8T0|K BF Amotated pre HOGS---I00; steldy: aoo to choice butchers I0 I.270 Ibs. 813.65; good to choice butchilq'20 to 300 Ibsfl 011.75- 12.10:ego4 to ahoice heavy butchers 325 Ibs. and u 811.H8; seed to Choice ilA'ht 1/Ihts 150 to 170 Xbe. $11.85-12.50: thin pfs 3.00-8.00: bulk of ickL, sows I,.0.40-78: thin and uriAh/shed S7.00- 1000: Step $10.00-10.78; boars $3.00--6.. UATTLE---70: fully steady; steers and ytrllngl, cho/o@ to prime $1-5.50-16.00: to good 810.00-1.00; dry fed Yrlhl heifer 81&00-1,00; dairy bred he.are $$.00-11.0: good to choice cows 011.00-L.00; fair to good $9.25-10.00: cut- lor L00-.00: canners $6.5-7.75: choice w1/Ity bologna bulls $11.00-11.2,5; bui1o onunon to good $9.50-10.50. CALVE.S--200: steady; fancy selected veal-s 81S.78-16.00; bulk of Peelers $1.00-L50; culls and throwouts $6.OO- 00. SB]--200: stead:,.: good to choice clld iambs $13.00-14.50; fair to medi- $10.00-12.50: ewes and bucks, call/ to good $3.00-7.00. MILWAUKEE PR00UOE . By Unlted Press FGS--Payln Prtcce at Milwaukee-- :' U. 8. 8Declal No. I and 2, 33c: U.S.  No. 1 and 3. 32c: current re- : ceipts 27 and 28c: medium aze. 25c; and checks. 2Sc. BPA ceLLrig prices for this area--Fresh U. S. grade AA. 42.58: grade A. 4. 41-08: B, 41.$3: C, 41.33, E---Current make U. S. No. 1 American full crmun twin. 28.64: hed- dan, 26.64: datsteS. 27.7S: longhorns.  nrck, c: LimburEer. 31c: s domUtle. 41. LIVE POULTRY iPaying prices for .: Mflwaukce Area--mUeae added--Fowls J heavy 24c; ]Leghorn fowls S3c: springers. Vljte Rcka 29.S: colored 29.9; broilers and fryers 29.9; StagS 19; old roosters 19: ducks 2"/,.2; geese 274. CABBAGE--New. 50 b. sacks. .outh- POTATOES---Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. NO. 1 whL 4.24.47: Wiscon- sin and Michigan Cobblers. $2.25-2.50: KaY. 8L2S-.,50: new otetoes: Texas 50 lb sacks. No. 1. $2.25-2.50: California long whl. 100 lb, sacks. $4.75-5.00: Alabama Trinmpha. L?4.00. ONIONS---Texas new 50-Ib. sacks com- mero/as yellow $1.75-2.25; boilers $1.00- 1.15: white $9.25-250. s Average U. S. Fighting Man is 25.1 Years Old Washington (.?--- The average American fighting man is 25.1 years old, the office of war information reported today. OWl deduced from available records that the average age of the union soldier in the Civil War was 25.54 and men in World War I averaged 24.89 years old,