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J Monday, June 5, 1944 |Y!_! ?o_. _At_E Of Th beautiful brick fiat bufldne, el oan each oor. Wlndov and doo| wmther st.riped. Two act water heat-I lag DAants. Two 'eIHaces. --eens and|  storm for all doors and windows. S sun | Orches. 2 car garage. This Ineludi | adjoining lot about 44x144 feel  e sfly converted into 4 thre-room atrt- : Inentl. Only $I0.000, Can be flnanM. THOL A. SUIMLIVAN. Realtor @15 Sth Ave. "A'" Phone 74 EXTRA SPECIALS'. AVE.. S711--- room modern hotue. hot water heat large lot. S3800. ILIqDERrDAN RD 3712--8 room oungalow, air eondtloned Large lot. Gara. Irn- etate DOSlNssion, Owner lVing ST. ISl2--Two agartmants. Round Oak furnaeee. $ rooms uP. down. Large lot. Low taxes. THE HOARD AGFWCY. Realtors 411 U. S. Bank Bld. Phone 8921 House of Ruffalo 11507 23rd Ave. Phone 3428 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION llght-room house centrally located, new- ly decorated, inside and out, $8500. /NV]TMKNT OPPORTLNITY Eight alrtment building offered for sale at $12,100. Annual rental $3,180 will y 26", gro. Owner leavtha city. :,OW nes -- high return, C]KARIS CARLSON Raltor 8533 8th Ave. Phone KENOSHA COL.'NTY--A beautltul new modern waterfront S room rmanent home. full built-in bath. attached ga- rage, b4$ement hot air pilled furnace. laundry tubs, hot and cold runnina Water. double oak floor, furnishings in- eluded. Excellent location. Lend, card. , KENOSHA EVENING NEWS Page Eleven_ tG Fo I IF ]T 'sQ tti test Maidens00___o.__ erman rces Congress Today reedom Wind oday uo a one Fleeino North To New Defense (Continued from Ps One) by-passed Rome from tha east h their race to cut off the German withdrawal, while other forces to the southwest were nearing the mouth of the Tiber r/vet. All the Colli Lazlali  the Al- "---- IR0k C d, f ,- cs ra eo Con/ders bill to extend life of I ........ .iPatA!--y act on Pearl .ro, jWestern World House Considers mesure for year's ex- tension on time limit fo court martials in Pearl Harbor case. (Meets 11 a. m. CWT.) Supreme Court Meets at II a` m. to hahd down opinions in last session before ban hills -- between the Vla Casl- summer recess. "n" w'" 24 .00tatei Give of Rome were under Allied "con- trol." an official spokelrmlm said, with the enemy survivors fleeing' toward the Tiber estuary. ooo., o,..,_ tVotesto Dewey Northeast of the Via Cllina, the Fifth army ocoupled Palestrina and Cave, five and three miles respec- tively bove Valmontone. Washington --(,,-- Gov. Thomas Thotmands of German troops both southeast and southwest of Rome appeared in imminent dan- ger of death or capture as result of the luddan ollapse of enemy re- sistance immediately below the capital. German prisoners captured since the start of the current of- fensive May 12 arcady exceed 20,000. The enemy's plight was further E. Dewey of New York is assured today of publicly undisputed sup- port from 24 states and three ter- ritories for the Republican presi. dential nomination in the national convention opening three weekg hence. With Nevada's choice of nix Sat- urday scheduled to wind up state selections, Dewey's unchallenged delegate total stood at 391 e only! 139 short of the 530 needed for the first ballot nomination which other candidates -- notably Gay. John W. Bricker of Ohio  are striving to prevent. Claim Other Vote Dewey backers contend they tl- increased by the supposed severing lBetmilesandwmtswimming'of Kanesha.Off UnusualHighWaygoodSO" ?X don't care if they ARE only carbon ced under enormous of the only bridge acro the Tiber buy at $5850. S. B. Nelson. 881>MaL )ressures and temperatures; I WANT one!" st. Antioch. Ill. Phone 23. Antioch. west of Rome in n RAF raid Sat- =DIATEPOSSESSION su'ro.ORltE| SRD?RUOR|FOR 15 Rti i"ees-a-0nng aT.--4 room bungalow, with all The British Eighth army, mean- conveniences i. Has Rood oasement and CHEVROLET--1934 sedan, radio and time. struck deep into the enemy's ood furnace. Because of mall lot will heater, in good running condition. Ray flank in the Sacco river and Lirl sacrifice for $2500. Friedle. 6341 24th Ave., upper fiat. riv@x valleys, capturing Paliano, M%'LICH AGF--'CY" CH00VRONeT--IgS4 4 door- '"'U nrea,00: n. op,,C"e" Vanontoneeight a.nd a halfandmileSnearlynOrtheast13 milesf resdythn enoughhave promiSeSvotes, butfthesefar mOrm=t northwest of Ferentino; Giuggi, come from somewhat controversial eight miles north of Ferentino, and territory where the Bricker sup. S33 Sth Ave. Phone 2-3600 good runnina condition. New . paint lob. LAKE FRONTAGE.--Jut outIde clt. Can be seen at 3826 g0th Ave. Sundy. Home with large lot and deep Well. FOlq---19 v-e panel truck. 810.00. Priced to sell. Art Kelley. t)hone 82,01. Mid-City Motor Sal. -IIS Roosevelt Rd. McKINLEY CHOOL DISTRXCT GORDON'a BUY CAR   Gordon Auto Parts. 2801 Roosevelt L Aa excellent S-room bungalow, modern fn Phone 4178. all rc. Newly decorated, oak floors. 4ly Insulated. easily heated. Possession G--1930 4-door sedan, good June IS, Act ouickly. For oartlcular good motor. 4,127 Igth Ave. Ph. -37, LA FAYTTE---193. 3 new tires, oth: fair. good condition. Maplfide Servc CUMNINGHAM & GEHRITG Station. Salem, Wis. Realtors 12 Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 4754 Guarcino, eight miles northeast of porters say their man will show Chicago (U.R)-- The nation will Ferentino. surprising strength. enjoy a "breathing spell" from Amerlcan reconnaissance ele- food rationing for an indefinite peri. lments of the Fifth army pushing In the undisputed cldflcation, od, but "just how long this breath.lalong the Via Casilina first entered Dewey is shown to have his Irret- |ng spell will last no man knows," [the southeastern outskirts of Rome est numerical vote, from the lar- Walter F. Straul director of thelat two points at 8 and 9 a`'m. re- Food Rationing divisions of the,spectively yesterday and few Office of Price Administration, told the 46th annual convention of the National Association of Retail Grocers today. "We shall continue on the same or an even more relaxed bask" as long as conditions warrant it, Straub told the 3,000 grocers at- tending the convention. Stock File Controlled "When and if the supply situa- tion changes, rather than face the hysteria and the unfairness to all of panic buying, needless hoarding --the overstocking by the selfish few at the expense of the unfor- tunate many -- we may have to return to the rationing of I943 and early 1944," Straub said "It is my earnest hope that this may be avoided" Straub said that the "armed forces which demand a stock pile of nine months' food for every man or woman sent across now hu that soek pale under control." He urged a continuation of vic- tory gardening because the "con- ainuLion of the war calls for great- er needl on the part of the armed service, and victory gardens are not only essential but absolutel necessary to bring up the civilian supply closer to the total demand." Federal Juw Hands Down Indictment LINTZ BUYS CARS SELLS NEW AND USED PARRS LINTZ AUTO.,PART$ SO. SHEBIDAN RD. PHONE 2-Ni1 ,FORMERLy WARSHAWSKY'$) Quality Late Models QUICK POSSESSION 5706 31ST AVE. a room home. large rooms, natural Place. New furnace. $6500.  M/LLAR AG r,N c Realtors I Oroheuxn Bld. Phone 2-2114 Ben F. Stahl " Son 14 cvor--,oo, ,,, IT00 Roosevelt RrL Phone '1r78 '1940 PLYMOUTH--CouI. TH AV. 6323----6 room modern home. 1940 LA FAYTTE---4-oor sedan. I b4tha, gltret. S.00. Immediate  23 Others to Choose From. n. Most o! them have 1944 llee AV.. 4110---8 room nousa.  aLt meat building of S and S room alert- LOOK AT THE REST AND ment, gage for 3 cars and 4 lots all BLry THE BEST. in one .rty. Priced to lL Mid-City Motor Sales 3119 Roosevelt Rd. I Still Buy "Era Charley Deming We Have For Sale NEAR WA'ILN'GT ON BOWI.,--4-oom modern bungalow, no basement. $2000. HANNAN PAR-- room modern home. hot warm- heat, garage, I,500. 331D AVE., Mll--S room moclern un- low 1,14100. [I, WIS.--Thr fiat frame buUd- UIM.  S-room and one 4-JO Mony Ineome $120. Newly remodeled I at Ot of $5000. Can be bought for 20% down. Andrea Realty Co.. 240 St. Phone 2-448. BUNNYSIDE--New 4 room brick bma- Washington -- {p) -- The De. partment of Justice announced to- day that a federal grand jury in Detroit had handed' down an in- dictment charging four persons, three of them former employes of the Ford Motor company, with defrauding the government in the handling of subcontracts for ma. chine tools used in the construe. tion of B-24 bombers at the Ford plants. The four men are: Clifford C. Cryslcr, formerly in charge of the mechanical design. ing department at Ford Joseph C. Kalman, formerly as- ': gTH AVE.--A very nice house, with gest number of states, in the east and nort/least. In that area, he has hours later reached the official city the pledged or claimed backing of limits. 169 delegates. The New York gov- ernor's second best stronghold is Met Stiff Rtance in the midwest, where he can One American force met 'stiff lcunt on the backing of a minimum resistance at the outskirts, prin-of 107 delegates. clpally from the Hermann Goering  - division, after an eight-mile ad-| I s vance, but other elements severed I ||J WPt@ highway five at the northeastern LIU JJ . I J Hq JUV00J entrance to the czry and then - cleared the outskirts toward the southeast without too much diffl-Menaced Dam cuity. While British elements of the (Continued from Page One) officer. Near the San Lorenzo railyards in Rome the Partisans shrilly warned of a German 88 about 200 yards behind the next corner. Light tanks swerved and hit it from the rear while weeping moth- ers murmured blessings, kited the hands of the tank destroyer crew- man and lifted up their children to be kissed on the cheek. Within few seconds after the first tanks crossed under the arch of Porta Maggiore, one of the gates of Rome, the avenue ahead was filled with what seemed ell of the population of Rome. Crowds in order to clamp our hands waded through water from a water main 1941 CHEVROI.ET--.41Mcial dIlto citlb and good furnace, screened porch, coupe, radio and heater. larl livlng-room, dinins room and 1941 CHEVROn--Master coupe. kitchen down, 2 large bedrooms and bath on 3nd floor. Shown by aDpointmmt 1940 NASH LA FAYrrTT,---4 door sedan. only. M'L,ICH AGENCY 193S HUDSON-.rtham. . S533 Sth Ave. Phone g-00 1936 CHEVROLET--4 door sedan, rtdlo and heater. $3SS. SotrrH KENOHABuy Your garden lot now. and be reared so you can build 1938 FORD--Deluxe fordor sedan, radio in the future. 10% down, oalanco and heater. $395. monthly Daymente. K. L. Bullamozl & Son. 717 STth St, PKone  I3, DODGE--4 door n, $]7S. ACREAGe-=4 or 8 acres, adjoinina et We have Gates Floor Mat to fit mcet Itmtm. m-/ced right. Vidas AncY 7th Ave Phe S-42.S2. l ACRM--Of land on raved road. lot of shade trees. Inquire 703 73rd St. PENTY 61 SILVER ottage. about :10"L24. furnished can be moved. Ray Vandr- moon. Charles St.. So. Kenoaha. all make and mode, OPEN EVENG See them at our Used Car Lot Sheridan Rd. and S8th St. W.n-REAt ,,,., n Have e4m buyem for S. 8 and 7-coom Two licensed saleen in attendance. houses; also 3-famAly houses ul) to Richard M. Huber Win. Jepson 810.000. THOS. A. SU-LJ.A'VA.N, Realtor TRUCKS--Will sell choice of several S$1S Oth Ave. 'A' Phone 74k motor trucks. Independent 'ueJ. Co., FOR QLqK AJ, 14 19th Ave. Phone SIS1. YOUr real estate with us We finance to give you all cash. G. M. MATSON lUr, A,LTY CO. o, Rank Bid, Phone- We Pay Cash " AVE CASH PROSPECTS--For 5. 6 7ro00 homes ,or o.e. rosul... For Your Car wth Bacevlc Agency. 19 Sth Ave.: ph. 2-1ell. - PROPERTY W .,. ,ny o.b buyers for s7 o. We Need Used Cars and ,, .oo w-,- iApp"-rove Resolution "overty sold qulca, call-- JAMS W. TAH W V rO ut IA,Ld " 8 8th Strut Phono sla4 ., ,, ,., 10n C0ud Martial and 8 room hous. List your property; 1941 PLYMO'I-- 4r with us for quick sales. McQuestlon Ia39 BITICK---6 door wcMm. _ | Agency. aaalto=. 71 1,th. ph. ,7 slfl_^s AmSSAB -'--4 / Wshington Over the OIVt4  ts SASH-t rA doo Iprotest of Senator Clark (D-M0) Wt want 4 and 5 room bungalows, $ fiats 1940 NA[-LA rAYrrTE-4 door  wh"do,,d -e "11 h^L-, ,, ae' and farm lands. Out, 23 lars D@rim 1938 FORD--lmluxa 4 de"  .................... '" '- I- yours for listing with 1939 MERCURY---4 door deluxe sedan, i flctal statements that immediate ststant to Crysler. Andrew Kalman, a brother of Joseph, one of the proprietors of the AtRliated Engineering com- pany. ]Ralph W. Pierce, formerly purchasing agent for the Ford company. $ Fifth army on the left flank crossed the Rio Toroto Jad drove to within six miles of the Tiber, an !American column rolling down the 'hills from the Colll Laziali-Cap- tured Grottaferrata and Marina, northeast of Lake Albano; Gen- gano, on the west shore of Lake Nemi. and other points. (lh'esumbly overrun in the ad- vance were Castel Gandolfo, site of the Pope's summer home, and Frescati, former German headquar- terstown.) Tho American entry into the! Rome city linlits was nnounced by l Allied headquarters in a special communique shortly after 9 o'clock (I p. m. CWT.) last night, which courts martial would interfere with the war, the Senate approved by ,a voice vote today a resolution ex- i tending for one year the period in which Rear Admiral Husband E. Kimmel and Maj. General Waiter C. Short may be brought to trial in connection with the Pearl Haro bor disaster. The resolution is similar to one pending in the house Wisconsin Rural Letter Carriers to Hold Me.et WaInton --0J.R)--- The state convention of the Wisconsin Rural Letter Carriers' Association will be held July 22-23 at Stevens Point, the post office department announced today. We Buy and Sell Used Cars B SALES & S]RVICE Oldmobfle Dealers Oea Tuesday and Thm-sday Evenings 7514 Sheridan RcL phone 61541 : M. MULIC ! 201 Orheurn Bldg. Phone 2-2281 . aUT| ACg|$SORI|S PSlIT|. SERVICE a  AUTO GLASS---Plain and shatterDrood instaLLed while you wait Reasobl e: Northet Mc4o@ Par. 4k0 Yth Av. BRAKE -- Initio and Carburetor ,llat. Richter & Hdworth. ongot Clay l]. Phone 2-1312. broken by the Germans in destroy- ing a fiat factory. Report bout Car As we passed the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, Romans from upper apartment windows shouted a warning that a Germar scout car was ahead. We were proceeding down th, Via Nazionale in front of the bank of Italy -- one block from the Roman forum  when a German heavy machinegun suddenly began fir, My driver, Pfc. Kenneth Kopplin or Huron, S, D., headed straight Into the entrance of a big store. When the shooting stopped we law .the wrecked scout car ahead with two Germans dead and another dying with blood IpJghing from his chest. A tubby German captain in new field gray uniform stood against the wall, the prisoner of two sight- seeing French officers who had surprised him in a truck on a a side street. ItalianI" Ihrieke curses at the Germans as he blinked owl-like through horn-rimmed pectacles. They cried at the light of a dying American soldier. Treasures Undamaged Despite the ambush fighting of the Germans inside Rome's walls, religious and cultural treasures ap- parently escaped damage, At a police station adjoining the wh/to sidewall tlrm. Slzz4p rubber te. Overdrive, wathr-e and for I The two oiIcials called on civil. foeea, a.bL_ Low mileage. Allllan s to prevent the enemy from m r am cain. mqul 504 (th 8t after S V.m. 'l blowing up charges they my have  [ placed under bridges, government t. imo-. Pho- u-Ia3,------ -[ buildings and public utilities and ror  - ----"'-a[ to hide their food and grain. ALl Gace, lh Ave. and th st. Ph. . street barricades and other oI Stocks ond 8onds -- Produce ond Groin -- ing their rifles in the air to keep the Romans out of the way of the heavy army vehicles following. Railway Trainmen To Voteon Strike 4mmd Prom A1 Chem & Dye .144% Ch Mfg .... 371/4 Am Can ........ 89 Am Paw & Lt 2 Am had & St .. 9 Am Smelt & R . 38 Am T & T ...... 160% Am Tob B ...... 67 Am Zinc L & S. 4V4 Anaconda Cop .. 2 Armour Ill ..... 5 AT&SF ...... 66 Aviation Corp .. 31 Bendix Aviat ... 37% Beth Steel ...... 58 Borden Co ...... 31% Borg Warner .... 37 Calumet ........ 6 Case ............ 37V4 Caterpil Tract .. 48 Ches& Ohio .... 45z Chi Mail Order . 18% Chrysler Carp . 87 Com'wealth Ed . 26 Cons Coppermin. $ Cons EdiSon .... 21 Cons Nat Gas 30 Container Carp . 24Vz Corn Products ... 58 GLN'ERATOR -- STARTER -- IGNrlqoN SERVICE SCHULZ AUTO XCTRXC Mherldan Rd. at $th St. Phone 114 RECAPPING We do it right here in Keh COLW'LL'S S]RVIC th Ave. at 7th SL Phons $$14 GALLO'a SERVICE Rnd Ave. 8t OtJ SL Phone I Topel-Nash Sales [orum officers said all was quiet in Vatican City and the lut Germans were fleeing from their rendezvous near the colosseum. Ancient Rome, the goal of nine months of heavy sacrifice, left the Allied troops awestruck s they swung in a tired shuffle along her Superior, WIS. ---(U.PA-- A 75-foot!famouI avenues, their grimy faces concrete bridge and a dam on high- bearded, their hands and cheeks way 35 were saved Saturday when kissed by the swarming populace. highway -crews dynamited open-[ As darkness settled they fanned ings in the Manitou Falls Dam at out into all corners of the city, fir- Pattison state park. By Sunday water in Manitou lke had lowered sufficiently so that there was only a six inch! overflow on portion of the high- way which had been flooded by a four inch rainfall. A wind which gained a velocity of 80 miles an hour for awhile at the head of Lake Superior abated to 2 - miles per hour, and vessels Los Angeles- (U.P- The grlev- which had been tied up in the ance committee of tha Brotherhood storm resumed iron ore and un- of Railway Trmen said today they would begin circulating a strike ballot among 2,600 employes of the Pacific Electric railway in an effort to bring action from the national mediation board on a wage controversy. A strike would disrupt service: on the sprawling 1,100 miles of! bus and rail lines of the Pacific Electric linking 5S communities in the Los Angeles area. Oil Production in Romania Slashed We Need Your Used Car WE HAW FOR SAX I41 DE SOTO---4 doer I41 OLDSMOBU,,--a door 1941 DODGE,--Town sedan 1941 NASK--")0'" 4  I41 PONTIAC-= aer cou 19 CI'VROLPT !19 FORD--Tudor dan PLYMOUTII--4 door 25 other care to choow frc OPen Monday. Wedneaday  evenings. Benning Motors said sporadic resistance was being load ..... , encountered from German rear " i, u,. guards. Recover Lost Cash Only Mtter ef Hours All but $2 was recovered of the . . ._ /$i10 contents of an envelope which But k was oovious even men ........... ........ me wlna wnlsKea ou or me pocket that the compme liberation OI me _, , ............ ....... ux aeorge cnunmg asslsum' pose- city was only a maer o hours ' . ............. ex master, when he stepped out of hm ann en tr arma z ,.  .... -automobile at Superior Saturday. ander, Allied commander in Italy, Wright . 5 Dblt Carp Seag . 34% Douglas Aircraft . 48 Du Pont de N ...149 Ferns Tel & Pad ." 11 Cn lleo ........ 36'/4 Gen Foods ...... 42bi Gen Motors .... 60 Goodrich ........ 46% Goodyear T & R. 46 Gt Nor Ix Ore .. 15 Gt. North Ry .. 33% Greyhound Corp. 214 Homtake Min .  121 Cent ........ 15V Insplr Con Cop . 10 Int Harvester ... 74V Int Nick Can 28 Int T & T ...... 14 Johns Manville . 94 Kennecott Cop . $0 Lib O F Glass . 49% Liggett & My B[ T9% Marshall Field .. 15V4 Monom Ward 46i NASH KELV ... 14 Nat Blscruit ..... 21V Nat Dairy Prod . 21% Natl Steel ...... 58 N Y Cant ...... 17z No Am Aviation . 7 North Amer Co . 17 Livestock and Produce Prices eHIOAGO LlY$T00g By s0 prose ag WFA IABLE HOG--L3,000; tal 4.; slow. weigh 2"/0 and down steady, other weights and ows un but gy staady to 10 lower; good and chotce lso-0 lb., $17, the top: 280-3 lbe. $11.SO-l.1S; good and choice 150-170 b. $12.00-1S.00; medium grade, lso-I0 II. $11.0-IS.00: good and choice  lb. sowI. $10.-,$5, choice llaht weighte to $11.00; approximataly 14,000 und, largely support hOgL SALABLE CATTL -- 18,000; lable oa/ves. I.: fed stoen and yrli study to Sc lower, mostly st4MId; fairly active on all gradas; both local and out- side demand continues broad; hel. weak: cows acutely scaroe, fully 8toady: buil and vealen unchanged, boU} classes active; largely steer run. bulk glS.00- 17.00; top $17.40. new hh n troll. Paid for 2 load sealing around 100 Ib.: next highest rice $17.3, wry lib- eral Supply SIS.7S-17.00: choice to prime heifers uncovered new .high of $17.1; bulk fed heifers, $14.00-16.S; cutter ocvs, $9.75 down, most beef cows, $10.$o-12.00; weighty sausage bulls up to $12.40 and heavy fat bulls to $13.75; vealers $1S.00 down. stock cattle scarce. SALABLE SHEEP--2.000: total 9.{)00; not enough woolde lamb to make a markct; one load medium and good 87 lb. Nebruku sold strenaer at 81S.S0; shorn lamb steady. 2 loads good and eboice clipped with No. 1 lelts, S14.; 1 or 2 small lot and odd head native spring lambs. S15.50-16.00. with bucks discounted. $1.00; underton about steady on shoran ewes with good and choi kind salable. $6.75-7.25. CHICAGO PRODUCE By United Pre POULTRY--Receipt.s: 3 cars. 14 lrucks; market: hens weak: chickeDg steady. Hens 21c; Leghorn hens. 20c; broilers, fryers and springs. 28.5c; cocks, 18; North Pac ...... 16 Ohio Off ........ 18 Owens ILl Glass . 60 Pan Am Airways, 29u 4 P Pictures . 27k Penney J C ...... 100 Penn R R ...... 29 Phelps Dodge ... 207I Phillips Pet .... 44 uz Pure Oil ........ 157s RCofA ...... 9Z Repub Steel .,.. I7s Sears Roebuck .. 91 Shell Union Oil . 264 SMONS CO .. 27t Socony Vacuum . 13 South P.c ...... 29.h Stand lrands ... 3O% Stand Oil Cal .. 37 Stand Oil Ind ,, 33, Stand Oil N J .. 561 Studebaker Corp. 16 Swift & Co .... 3o% Texas Co 47 TLmkan Dot" "Ade 28 Union Carbide .. 79 Unit Air Lines . 24 Unit Aircraft ... 26V4 U S Rubber .... 47% U S Steel 51% Wet F,1 & Mg . 99/4 ustomers Cash old ducks. .: g@so, lk; capons. 8 Ibs. and un. 32: tukOYS, yout tttrky under lS 1be.. 36c; lS-22 Ibm.. 34.$; n ]11. and UP, 3.5: old turkes under 1| i lbe., 4: 1-3 1.. 3a.k; z and up, | 31.SC. [ C]F.,ESE---TwInS 5m.c: sinale daisi [ and longhorns. 2Sc. Blpt 1,4, be.: mar- ket finn and unclled; 93  AA. 41Vac; S score, 41c: 90 SCore, 40c; 89 score. 40Vc; S ICoOkJna grade). 39c. E&--Receipt 17,1 cases: market flarmer: U. S. s,cizls, -vc; rxtru. 33-35; standard/ 31F-33e; current re- ceipts (old cases), 30c; dirties, 24- ,6c: checks. -2.8c. Further Profits New York -- () -- Stock mar. ket cuitomers cashed further prof- its today, the majority reuoning that the good nesw of Rome's fall had already been diScounted and that fresh incentives would be necessary for a bullish revival. There was some early nibbling by timid investors who bought on earnings and dividend prospect-. Accounts were trimmed in many cases, however, because of the thought Wall street soon would go all-out fo rthe big fifth war loan drive and, ms in the past, more or less ignore corporate securities. Sentiment was clouded a bit also by the Supreme court ruling that the fire insurance business is com- merce between the states and sub- Ject to the anti.trust laws. Low-priced iue& many of which had clirned to five.year peaks recently, were unusually lively on the donwsida after a fairly steady opening. Near-closing losses ranged from fractions to more than a point. Trarfers were around 90,000 ahares. Prominent on the retreat were U. S. Steel, Chrysler, Delaware & Hudson, South Porto Rico Sugar, Du Pont, Westinghouse, Kennecott, Johns-Manville, Goodyear a n d United Aircraft. Packard, wiilys- Overland and Nud-Kelvinator dominated tha ticker tape without getting anywhere. Lately strong reorganization rail bonds skidded. At Chicago wheat was off V to  of a cent a bushel. Cotton exhibited strength toward the last, showing gains of 8 cents to $1.10 a bale. The money, in $I bills, was scat- tered in all directions, but onlook- ers helped Schuning gather it. Joined with Premier Marshal Pietro Badoglio of the Italian government in plea to the population to facil- itate the Allied passage through tha capital "in order to continue the destruction of the German armies farther north." The final battle for Rome was fought in the six miles of suburbs stretching along either side of the Via Casllina to the southeastern rim of the city itself. The Americans had broken through the enemy's tough Albert hill defenses flanking the Via Cas- ilina and had anticipated an easy thrust acro the Campagna plain into Rome, but instead found Ger- man tanks, self.propelled guns, machlne-gun neats and mortar positions barring their path. Ordered Fire Held Clerk arrived at the scene soon after vanguards entered the sub- urbs and ordered the Allies to hold their fire for three hours to give the enemy a chance to with- draw from the approaches to the holy city. When the Germans still held to their positions, Clark gave the order to fire at 11 a` m. and artil- lery and tanks sent a heavy bar- rage crashing into the outskirts. A tank battle broke out, but the enemy soon wavered and broke and the triumphal march was on. American Sherman tanks, dec- orated with red poppies and yellow daisies, were in the vanguard. In- fantry, not to be outdone, stuck red and green feathers in their helmets, Indian style. Italians living along the Via Casilina emerged from their cellars cautiously at first, then broke into cheers as they recognized the Americans. The civilians pelted the marchers with flowers. But resistance continued from either flank of the highway and frequent shellbursts interrupted the celebration. Scores of civilians were killed or wounded. American patrols were kept busy w|ping out enemy troops in houses, towers and even trees. Find Explosives An explosive charge was founds in at least one house just outside I the city limit of Rome. I Alexander, along with Premier I Marshal Pietro Badoglio of Italy I appealed Saturday night and early[ Sunday to the population of Rome to aid its Liberators by doing all in their power to prevent the de- struction of the city y the Ger- marts. According , to Conrad Hanson, Douglas county highway eommis- sioner, many country trunk high- ways and side roads will remain closed for several days because of washouts. ' Allied Headquarters, Naples--qP) ek r^,,r$ ;. l--The productive capacity of Ro- lUll k.UUll III [manla's P1oesti oil refineries haz .......... been slashed to less than 25 per I I1 /, s [cent of normal as a resl#It of the V00v00r;00l V00rtll#'t la five Allied attacks on the I%%V/JUI V/lUI,I vital German fuel sources, Allied officials estimated today. A total of Washington--PA--The su-reme 4,500 tons of bombs have been .... ' .....   |rained down on the rich oil region court, upseung pas 3ualclal rm-j;. +^., a .... ;o ,,blab *nn ings, held today that insurancel',,,',,==: =',,' ........ constitutes business in interstate[  ............... :" " commerce and that federal anti-/. s . trust laws therefore may be ap.ltn0aaemen! Ann0uncea plied to Insurance companies, I  , ,',, . ,.. The long-awaited verdict reln-IK V H011VW000 lars stated the federal government's -- Hollywood (U,PJ-- Screen Star Marilyn Maxwell and Radio An- nouncer John Conte, romantic stars in the latest Abbott and Cos- tello film, "Lost in a Harem," have announced their engagement but refused to say when the nuptials will take place. Michigan Cadet Awarded War Bond at Graduation West Point N. Y. -- (:P) -- Cadet Edwin R. Decker of Menominee, Mich,, received a-war bond award yesterday as the graduating cadet who made the greatest improve- ment during his course. The award wes presented during the third day of commencement week activities of the United States military academy. American War Dads Urged To Observe Father's Day Kanla City  ( -- National headquarters of American War Pads hal sent letters to its 471 chapters, urging observance of Father's Day, June 18, by enter- taining men and women in uni- formed services by fathers through- out America. t Report Fierce Fighting Raing in Western Bosnia criminal anti - trust proceedings against 196 stock fire insurance companies, operating in six eouth- eastern states, on charges of com- bining to fix premium rates and monopolize trade. The suit previ- ously had been dismissed by the northern Georgla federal district court structions should be removed, they said. "It is vital that Allied troops be able to pass through Rome without delay in order to continue destruc- tion of German armies farther north," Alexander and Badoglio said. "Citizens of Rome, this is not the time for demonstrations. Do what we tell you and continue with your daily work. Job Is Dutrurtion "Rome is yours. Your job is te save the city. Ours Is the destruc- tion of the enemy." Up to 750 Flying Fortresses and Liberators of tha 15th air force sought to sever German communi. cations between northern Italy and southern France yesterday with a massive raid on the two main rail. way lines crowing the French Alps. Cutting of the JJnes would prevent the Germans from shlfti re- lnforcements from France to Italy, On the double.track Mt Cenis line, the bombers hit the Turin railway yards and the Gad bridge in Italy and the Modene tunnel and targets near-St Michele in France. On the Riviera line, a viaduct southwest of Cannes, the Vat river bridge southwest of Nice, the Genoa railway yards, and the Recco viaduct east of Genoa were at- tacked. Other formations bombed rail. way yards at Novilegure, 25 miles north of Genoa, and Savona hat. bar, 25 miles west of Genoa. London --{-- Fierce Fighting is raging in Western Bosnia, where the Germans are bringing up strong reinforcements ao sup- port an offensive against bitterly resisting Yugoslav partisans, Mar- shal Tito announced today, POTATOF--Arrivals 20'/; on track 267: total shipments 989. Californla: At- rivals SO: ehipment 4.. New stock, track sales per 100 Ibm.; California Long W-nlt showing some decay spotted sacks, offer- ings good condition, stock liht, U. S. 1, size A washed. $3.94; Jobbed. $400; com- merolals. zs A washed, $3.94; U. I. washed, showing decay spotted sacks. .25-2.7: U. S. 1, size B washed. $2.2,5; showing some decay. Sl.g$; Californla Bliss Triumphs. U. S: 1, 2% inch min- imum waned. Jobbed. $4.47; delivered to iobber's doors; Louisiana Trltunph. U. S. 1, size A wasbed. $4.25-4.36; U. S. 1, 1% inch minimum washed, S3.7S- 4.15: U. . i. 1 inch minimum whed, $3.85; U. S. 1.. linch minimum un- washed, $3.25-3.40: 85 per cent U. S. 1 ouality washed. $4.00; IhowLg om.e decay. $3.60: Missippi U. S. 1. un- washed. $8.7S-3.00: old stock, no salse reported. @ HICAGO GRAIN RANCE ny Associated Press WIIAT Open High Low Close July ..... 1.80 's 1.81 1.59 ,% 1.60. a pt.... 1.59 1.S9% 1.saa 1.5871' Dec ...... 1.59 1.59sa 1-S81/4 1.59 May . 1.60:  1.60a 1.59 % 1,60 OATS-- July ...... 73  , .74  , .73% .74% ! SepL ..... 69t .701 .69s .70 i Dec ....... 69 .69as .69 .69, May ...... 70 ,70 .69z .69 , RYE-- July .... 1.062 1.08 1.0/4 1.063 Sept ..... 1.07 1.08% 1.0% 1.0 Ir '' Dec ..... 1.09, 1.10a 1.08 1.0a May ..... 1.11 1.13', 1.10 110 BARLEY-- July ..... 1,20 , 1.20 1.0,4 1.2/) Sept ....... 1.I14 1.11 1.11 Dec ............. 1.11:4 S MILWAUE[| LIfl[CTGCg By Associated Press HOG--2,000; about steady; good to choice butchers, 180 to 270 Ib., $13.65; good to choice butchers. 2SO to 300 Ibs.. S11.75-.g0: good to choice heavy buthers. 325 lll, and up, Sll.2S-.60; good to choice light light, lS0 to 170 lb., S11.8-12.0; bulk of packing sows. 10.50-.85; thin and unfinished. $7.00-10.00; stags. SI0.0G-10.75: boars. $,5.00-6.00. CATTLE--; steady; and yearlincs: choice to prime. SIS.SO-IS.00; common to good. $10.00-I$.00; dry fed yarlln heif- ers, $13.00-1.00 dairy bred hfe. $9.00- 11.50; aood to choice cows, $1.00-12.00; fair to good. $9.25-10.00; cutters. $8.00* S.00: eannere. SS.50-7.TS: choice weighty bologna bttlls. 1111.00-11.25: bullI, common to good $9.so-10.5o. CALVES--1.S00; steady: fancy selected vealers, 81.75-16.4; bulk of vealers. $12.00-1S.0: culls and throwout. $6.00- S.00. SW]P--100: steady; good to choice spring clipped lambs. S14.0-1,50; fair to medium. $11.00-14.00; ewes and bucks, cu/l to good. $5.00-7.00; yearling. $13.00- 14.00. MILWAUREE PRODUC; By United Pre EGGS---PaHa Prices st Mflwaukee-- U. S. Specials. No. 1 and 2. 34e; U. S. extr No. 1 and 2. le: eurtnt re- ceipts. 9; medium size. 26: dArUes and checks. 26. BUTTER--OPA ceiling prices for this area--Frejh U. S. grado AA. 4ZSS: grade A, 42.08: B. 41.S3: C. 4.1.33. CHEESE--Current make U. S. No. 1 AmeriCan full cream Wring. 28.84: chod- do. 28.64: dailes. 27.7S: longhorns. rT.TS: brick fflr-so%; ]Irabrs, 28s- 3c: Swiss domestic, 3e-4c. LIVE POULTRY -- (Paying prices for Mllwauke area--mileage added) -- Fowls heavy 24: Leghorn fowls 23; spHnger, White Rocks. 2.8.7c; colored, .7c: broLlers and fryers. 28.7; stags, l; old roosters. 19; ducks. 6c; geese, 36.2c. CABBAGF,--New. 0 Lb. sack. Ou'.h- ern. $1.60-1.75. i POTATOEa--Ne Potato,: Texas 50 lb. saeks No. I. $3.25-2.0; 3alltornte long whites. 100 lb. seeks. $4.7S-5.00: e Paris Arthur Bull C5'espcmdsat The Woman's Society of Chris- alan Service of the Methodist church, Rev. J. I.. Cheek, pastor, held their June meeting on Thurs- day evening at the home of Mr& Ferdinand Muhlenbeck, with Mrs. George B. Price and Mrs. Martha Streuli co-hostesses. The meeting was presided at by the president, Mrs. George B. Price. The reports were read by the secretary, Mrs. Peter Sprindis, and the treasurer, Mrs. Effie Gunter. Sunshine com- mittee for June, blrs. George Davis, Mrs. Dike Johnson. It was decided to have a bake sale with Mrs. Cherlie Holioway, Mrs. George Schulte, Mrs. Louis Williams and Mrs. Ferdinand luhlenbeck on the committee. Flowers for [e church for June, Mrs. Roswerl Griffith. The program was on Mexico with Mrs. Richard Rowe, leader. A so- cial committee for July was ap- pointed: Mrs. Dike Johnson, 1h-s. Willis GrLffithl, and Miss Irene Bennett. Lunch was served to the following: Roy. J. E. Cheek,, Mrs. Ella Price, Mrs. George Schultz, Mrs. George Davis, Mrs. Frank Erickson, Mrs. Peter Sprindis. Mrs. Eie Gunter, Mrs. Charlie Holloo way; Mrs. Rose Zirbel, Miss Helen Zirbel, Mrs. Willis GrLths. Miss Irene Bennett, Mrs. Richard Rowe, Mrs. James Williams, Mrs. Russell Rowe, Mrs. Dike Johnson, Mrs. Isaac Griths, Mrs Walter Muhlen- beck, Mrs. Ferdinand Muhlanbeck, Mrs. Roswell Griths, Mrs. Clar- once Muhlenbeck, Mrs. Martha Streuli, Mrs. Ezra Ruff, Miss Riba Ruff, and Mrs. George B. Price. Mr and Mrs. Chris Weis and Miss Dorothy Weis moved this week to the Runyard farm on Highway 43. Mr, and MrI. Gilbert Weis will live on the farm vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wets The Des Plaines school, Miss Marion Marsh, teacher, closed with a picnic on the school grounds Miss Alice Bornhuetter will teach school next year and Miss Marsh will teach the Newberry school. Miss Alice Ling is passing some tithe at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lng. Clar- ence Ling, Jr., is recovering from his recent operation for appendi- citis Markets at a (#lance New York StoEasy; profit taking stalls leaders. Bonds -- Mixed; reorganization rafts in Supply. CototnFirm; commission house buying. Chicago Wheat--Weak; good crop pros- pects. Rye.--Week; crop prospects, sym- pathy with wheat. Hogs---Slow, weights over 270 Alabama Triumphs $4.00-4.2S: Louisiana ..... Triumpll. 14.50-6.$5. pounds 10 cents off. op i.5. I ONIONS---Texas yellow 50 lb. ,ackslUnsold 14,000. u. s. No. 1. .Z-2.S0: co.mmermjs. I Cattle-Steers and yearlings up $1 7S-2 {X)" boilers SI0 00-1 2,5" wnl z a- ............ iTSo " ...... 17. cenus. Aop A.au, new men. .7