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t Saturday, June 10, 1944 aOUSES FOR SALE Modest lows. $600 down. $41.50 ver month. Call Steve Mulich. nhone 37"75 after 3:30. SPLENDID HOME BUYS 3RD AVNIYE. 6,510 S room, modern bungalow. Livinl room with natural fireplace. Large lot. Garage. 5OO CLOSE TO LAKE 5TH AVENLrE, 4110 T room. modern home. Hot water heat. Garage. $,5000. AT LINCOLN PARK , room. modern borne. Four oome down: three up. Upper three rooms now rented for $41.0(} er month. Nice lot Garage. $5000. 2'TTH STREET. 2108 B room. good modern home Oak floors. Venetian blinds. ExceUent condition. Garage. $6000. 19TH AVENUE, 5104 S room. good. sturdily-puilt modern home In fine condition. Garage. $6300. IgTH AVF.UE. 5619 9 room. mode:'n home. Zive oedrooiTtl. Lrge lot Get'age for three cars. $5000. 23RD AVENUE. 5805 8 room, modern, brick florae. Garage. $d0o. WASH/NGTON PARK r 45TH STREET. 1812 S room home. In excellent condition. Garage. $6300. JAMS W STAHL 609 58th St. Phone 5184 FIGHT BY THEIR SIDE--WITH WAR BONDS LOT$ AND AORUG| SO 8OVTH KENOSHA--Buy your larden lot now and be orepared $o you can bald in the future, 10% down, oaianc monthly payments. H. L. Bullamore & Son. 717 57th St. Phone 3323. ACREAGF--4 or S acres, aoiIn city lmits, priced right. Vidll Aatey 14 Maidens 7th Ave Phone 2-4232. LAZ COTTAGZ--Lot 7s. large oakl  ',L:'-  (=2. trees, stone fireplace, in secluded and I  "" restricted subdiviszon at beautiful Pad- I "What're vou seLiin=  I'll take one'" dock Lake. Reasonable. terms. Ray ........  ...... u .  ..... ' PofahL 1821 56th Street upstah',  'Y- Kenosha. [IUT011IILEI &l lrRuIn[] Fill IJ.[! p It " ,J,TE0-,IAL EE'ATE ]FOBI---19,1. super deluxe, 4oor anTr le- / [ ll_rm fl ------------------------_-- --'-------- dan. Radio, heater, seat eoverl. Good[VV/lllqll /tllav " i Y " ,,= .... war Bond ..... /E,..m. ,,. U.; b() YOTO-SE? GORDON'S BUY CARS -- Sell m'//ll/lllf gll HI/ Have can't buyers for S, 6 and '/-room Gordon Auto Parts. 2801 ]Roosevelt md ]mv|simt vss s sam houses; also 2-fily holmes UD to PhOne 4178. $10. "  triOS. A. SELL/VAN. Realtor HUDSON--1940. 4-door sedan. Ah" fom S915 tll Ave. 'A' Phone 71 cushions, overdrive, aood tires. Excel- ]ent condition, $00. Inquire 5135 17th FOR QUICK SALE Ave. List your real estate with ue HL-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-UPMO--  Sedan. good tires and r 'e finance to give you all cash. G. M. MATSON REALTY CO. motor, new battery, '44 license. $85.00. U S Bank Bldg. Phone 9408 5003 33rd Ave. Bonds Help Invaaloma AVE CASH PROSPECTS---For 5, 6 or I _: = .... h ..... ,or qck resul=, ltl Guaranteed Used Cars p. 2-1611. Wlth Bacevic Agency 5619 6th Ave.: PROPERTY WANTED NASH--1941 Ambassador "8,'" 4 door , sedan with cruising gear. radio and [ moving. Have many cash buyers for 5-8-7 coo conditioned air $135 homes and two-riaLs. If "ou want vou.r I ' " [Caen Burns Fiercely property sId quick call-- I NASH--1941 Ambaador "8"" 2 door se-] -- JAMES W. STAHL ! dan. A nice clean car with conditioned[ As we swerved off over the tret, s, 58th Street T Phone ElM( air. cruising gear and radio. $129. [I saw Caen burning fiercely directly z Av C.SH BUYERS--For 4. S..S'NAS H 194] "6OO" 4 door sedans with! ahead and three coastal village ''' " h v urrnUueck iteOcPto y cruising g ...... dio and condi'tioned [smoking off to the right. Near one gencv. Realtors. 7551 14th. oh. 4712.I air, 3 to choose from at $1195. Ishell-wrecked village I made out v, U FOR SALE  a hne of American trucks shuttlmg -'HAT HAVE YO .... E-'.'-- !NASH--1940 La Fayette serie 4 door l " " " ,'e want 4 and 5 room bungalows. 2 flats j sedan, radio and conditioned air, $25.)along a tree.fringed country road, .,, and farm lands. Our 23 years experience! *their white stars plainly visible. is yours for listing with NASH--1938 2 door sedan, radio, crui- Fa,' building- ,,- o *, ..... """ M- M-CLICH tng gear. and conditioned air. 550. . 7;" _o .- - ......... = ": .  201 Ornheum Bldg * Phone 2-2sI nszenea wnere the battle had PLYMOUTH--1940 2 door sedan, heater, lrolled past. '"  *-'0-,  IIVIOE rW SsS. As we approached Caen. I saw AUTO GLASS--PI.m a sbatterproo vv,.,'r.r o. ..... vs leaping flames make ugly red F- intalled while you walt ReasOnable. ......... -- .................. Ipatchcs in the gray blanket hover- r:. :t" Nrthern Motor Parts 4.507 7th Ave DODGE--1931 sedan like new condition, ine over the city Five rninut f=r. o   ....... ',... ::-: R.-XKES -- Ignition nd carburetor ape- good transportatt n with food tires, ,t_ .....  ..... c,ah.ts Richter & Hedworth. opposite $175 ntr On, Cap{ttrea ayeux was qm- Cltv Hall Phone 2-1312. FORD--I934 sedan. $13,5. Sell Us Your Car Buy War Bonds Sheridan Road Garage Company Sheridan Rd. at  St Phone LINTZ BUYS CARS SELLS NEW "AND USED PARRS LINTZ AUTO PARTS SO. SHERIDAN RD. PHONE 2-I0 * FORMERLY WARSHAWSKY'Si Delco -- Auto-Lite Ignition Parts We are able to make reasonably prompt dehver/ on repair Darts. IIist on only genuine replacement Da whe re- onditioning these imDotant units, Fred P. Rudg i DistributOr of i Genuine Automotive Parts 1 815 57th St. Phone 3136 Bu War Bonds to Your Limit ENGINES--Three 1934 Ford V-8 en- gines, newly factorY reconditioned. Never run. Complete with all acces- sories, radiators and transmissions. $150 each Ate'ted Mfg. Co. Phone 7079. GENERATOR -- STARTER  IGNITION SERVICE SCHL'LZ AUTO ELECTRIC Sheridan Rd. at 56th St. Phone ,14 GENERAL REPAIR }VORK Br ake--Ignition---Carburor Work. WADE MOTORS S3rd at 18th Ave. PhOne 4067 Spring Tune-Up Service We ere now in shape to Ive your ear its sorlng check-up or a complete over- haul lob. Drive it in for an etimt Topel-Nash Sales SSth St. at 8th Av Phone 7105 Special Prices on Truck Tires # In the following sizes= 13.(X24 9POX20 7.50X20 # 00X20 8.00X20 Firestone Store 6Oth St. at Sheridan Road Buy War Bond= RECAPPING We do it rght here in KenosL COLWELL'S SERVICE 8th Ave. at 57th St. Phone 5914 GALLO'S SERVICE 22rid Ave. at 60th St. Phone ABOV MLRKE pBIcE.--Paid for sate model used cars. Zdenek Motor Sl. ,_Marv 7denekl Highway 31 and 43. CHEVROLET--1934 sedan, radio end heater, in ood rurting condition. Ray Fmedle. 6341 24th Ave.. upper eat. CHEVROLET--193 coach. Inuir Route I Box 602. Wember's Inn. Phone 2-8731. Charley Deming Will Pay Top Price for 1940 and 1941 Dodge Automobiles GET CASH AND. BUY BONDS Drive it in to our 58th St. and Sheridan Rd. Used Car Lot or TeleDh 2-,1456 oc 6164 PLYMOUTH--193S coupe, good tires, ra- dio and heater. CaLl after 4:00 p. n. 5523 26th Ave. Buy More War Bonds. NASH--1940 Ambaesador "600" with good white sidewall tires. Sponge rubber seat.. Overdrive. weather-eye and for you flherxen: a bed. Low milea4. All this for $10 cash. Inquire g)4 th St.. after 5 D- m. Quality Late Models 1941 NASH--Arnbaador 6 two door sedan, with cruising gear and radio. Low mileage. A peach of a car. 1941 OLrr---Special deluxe 2-door sedan, radio and heater, tnlly equivved. 2.5 Others to Choose From Most of them have 1944 licensee. LOOK AT THE REST AND BUY THE BEST. Mid-City Motor Sales 3119 Booeevel t REO--1935. 4 door sedan. Good good running condition. 3817 Sheridan Bd. Buy War Bonds for Invasion. STUDEBAKER--"." 1935, cou. Good tires. Radio. heater. Good gas mileage, Call Sunday only at 410@ 7th Ave. We Need Your Used Car Get Cash -- Buy Bonds WE HA FOR SALE %41 DE SOTO---Custom coupe, with fluid drive. 1941 OLDSMO5 Daasenger coupe. 1941 DODGE--Town sedan. 1941 PLYMOUTH--4 door sedan. 1940 CHEVROLET--Town eedan. 1939 OLDSMOBILE---2 door sedam 1939 FORD---2 door sedan. Monday. Wednemy gad Friday venings. Benning Motors 2221 Rooeevelt Rd. Phone 4124 We Pay Cash For Your Car Take the Money and Buy War Bonds Topel-Nash Sales We Buy and Sell  Usod C, am By Marau(lers imoke rolled up from the green woods as if a fuel dump had been hit. Not a single German tank was et and although the cathedral town appeared to have been shelled heavily, no .noke or fire was vis- ible. However, a junction on the main rail line to Cherbourg off to the left was burning furiously. As Pilot let Lt Garland C. OHver, Sacramento, Cal., turned the plane toward the Channel, I saw hundred of Allied ship= ranged like a sum- mer regatta in a crescent.haped bay. The early morning sun was glistening on flair barrage balloons. The shoreline presented a striking contrast to D.day, when it seemed to be erupting in great spouts of smoke and flame. Today it was qui- et except for a scattering of men, trucks and barges. The German shoreline batteries were silent. Senatorial Delegation From Wisconsin in Split Washington -- (;P) -- Wisconsin's senatorial delegation split as the senate yesterday adopted an amend- ment to price control legislation which would force the OPA to re- adjust price ceilings on cotton tex- tiles. Senator Wiley (R) voted for the amendment and Senator La Follette (Prog) against the pro- posal. * One of the most photographed girls in England, Miss Betty Spur- ling, has had her smile insured for $5000.  ........................ l!_ COURT -- KENOeHA COUNTY In the Matter of the ]te of Inez May Bloxdorf. sometimes  known as Inez Bloxdorf. Deceased. NOTICE TO CmEDITOKS Letters of A4mhzistzlUon bavLnll tesued to The Northwet' Loan and Trust Company in the estate of May Bloxdorf. dece4umd, late of the City of Kenogh. in said county; Notice is hereby tven that all laim against the maid Ine My Bloxdorf. de- ceased, late of the City of Kenosha, in Kenesha COunty. Whonain. must be presented to tmid County Court at K- nosha. Wisconsin. in =aid County. on or before the 7th day of Nber. 1944. or be barred: and that all tmch elainm and dttnd will be examined and d- Jttstd at term of  Court to be held at the Court House m the City of Kenosha, in maid County. on Tuesday. the 5th day of December. Z944, st 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day Dated June 2. 1944. By Order of the Court. ROBERT V. BAKER, Judae. JUISON W. STAPLEKAM, Attorney. 606 th Street, Kenoha, Wiscon (JLLI 3-10-17) STATE OF WISCONSIN -- CIRCUIT COURT -- KENOIA CO In the Matter of the Change of Name of Vincent Ralph Kondratowic to Vin- cent Ralph Kondrad. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB cHANGE OF NAME Noti is hereby gven that the dndm'- signed, Vinmmt Ralph Kondratowtcz, will on the 24th day of June,  at 1o o'clo canlk I0 o'clork in the forenoon of said day, or as soo thmRer as the matter can be heard, make appllcat/on to the bov muned court to cham h/s name fro= Vinct ltlvh Kondratow/ to Vincm 1llh Kondrd. Dated this 12th day of May, VINCXNT RALPH KONDBATOWICZ VAL. W. DI"I"PMANN. Attorney for AO- llet, Irmann Bld..  W. l-0-r/-Jtm# 3-10-17) STATE OF WIBCONKIN -- CIRUIT COURT -- KENOA COUNTY In the Matter of the Change of Name NOTICE OF APPLICATION FO m CHANGE OF NAME Nottce is hereby 8twin that dm unde sigsmd. Frank Raymond Kndratri  the Ath day of June. 1944 ),. ?i" can be heaz maim alUesta to th abow nand court to ehan bl mm tam Frank lmmd KommtsIc to Frank Raymond Kendrad. ])tt[   day of Mto 1/4. FRANK RAYMOND KONDItATOWICZ VAL. W. .  f A- tcnt Kffiua. W. Imrma mld (MW, Mb,10-/.Jmm 1-10-17) ' KEN0$HA EVENIN NEWS " Nazis Report Allied Column Near Cherb0urg (CenUnaed from Pale 0me) bloody Cassino in Italy wu Page NiM II II InvasiOnbroughtLondona -slightWeather( __improvementDayhreakin tRouted Ge[manslToday's Quotations =e "-'* 00{Flee N0dh m t Dover ralt today and visibility Stocks and Bonds -- Produce and Grain was much improved after the shutdown yesterday caused by/A/{ Ill ,. g{ Du Pont ........ 151Owen Glass .... ii .,mJ n.,___J__ 1 elear of clouds to the west and J VV mlrl I/KOmRF , Ch M.fg .... 361 Foods ...... 40z Penney ......... 100 light breeze had veered around ' " " mm wm,wmwm Am Loco ....... 16% Gen Motors ..... 61V Penn R R ...... 29 Goodrich ....... 49 Phelps Dodge .,, 204 more to the northwest. The sea Am Pow Lt ..... O 2 was smoother and the visibility (CenUnue a from Pale One) Am Pad ....... 1 Goodyear ............ 47 Phillips Pet 43V4 continued to improve. At 9 a.m. Am Smelt ...... 38, Gt Nor Ire Ore .. 14 Pure Oil ....... 15 the temperature was 50 degrees, which was a medieval rival to Am Tel & Tel ..160 Gt Nor Ry pf ... 32 R C A .......... 9% dropped but the whole unit of 500 , Finds Lif e American poaitions, wa captured. Itinmte Force Size German broadcasts said 400,000 m . "--m ' men were fighting on the .o=- r.k, d peninsui with about 20.000 on[.}llll.l III I_l I M each side {--mvm m8 m vm m ] With 'proving weather, Allied] sky fleets including up to. S00{ Quincy, ILl.---(.---While hun- American heavy bomber rspped[dred s of her kind have been ex- at Nazi railways, roads, troop and tank concentrations and positions )behind the battle line, and at air. fields in France. U. S. Marauder airmen reported Allied shetis burst- ing in Caen, defended by the Nazis as a key point in their protective belt in Normandy. U. S. Ninth air force engineers and technicians were working in the bridgehead to prepare the way for planes. The German high command, with no A1Hed confirmation, said a new landing attempt at Trouville, south of the Seine river mouth, "col. lapsed in the fire of our coastal bat- teries" with a warship sunk. The German also said that mopping up operations on the eastern bank of the Orne river were proceeding, and that German attacks west and northwest of Caen had gained ground. Berlin admitted some Nazi strongholds of the Atlantic wall had been encircled, but said they still were resisting. Fifteen hundred prisoners were claimed by the German|, who also said 175 Allied tanks had been de- stroyed. Supreme headquarters' ninth communique announced capture of Isigny, said British and Cane. dian forces "stood firm" in the Caen area, and reported contract "with strong enemy forces near Conde and Sur Seulles," 41/= miles south east of Bayeux. The Allies also were driving southwest of cap- tured Bayeux. Maintain Supplies terminated by irate farmers, hunt- ers and trappers, Mltz--a mnart fox if ever there was one--has been living a life of comparative luxury and safety within a block of the The Germans left Guardiagrele Quincy post office for the past two in flames, then shelled the ruins to delay occupation. years. Mitzi is city-dweller by acci- The continued demoralization of dent. About two years ago, then Kesselring's badly reduced forces Just fluffy pup, she was tethered i was due in a large measure to the in the yard oFa Quincy residence. Allied air onslaughts. Mediterran. But she escaped one day and, with ean army air force fighter bombers a pursuing dog hard on her heels, yesterday were credited officially found refuge in the yards of the with destroying 246 motor vehicles Moller-Vandenboom Lumber Co. and 300 raft cars, damaging 150 ve- hicles and 130 rail cars and knock- Although-her hideout was only ing our great numbers of horse- two blocks from the city's busiest thoroughfare, Mitzi managed to drawn carts, a .,.'ux her 'rlStudy Number 0f --'she trayedt night.tooThen faranther from the lumber yard and again was by a dog. In Eve Direetio St0riesin H0me Bewildered by heavy traffic, Mitzi, the vivacious red vixen, dart- ed in every direction until at Ninth and Hampshire streets, she found Chicago---(U.PJI you are plan- haven in another lumber yard. ning to build a home there are sev- Here she has remained since, era/ things to consider when you becoming the trusting, though tim-decide whether it should be one id, pet of Aloes Schulte. superinten- or two stories, says the magazine dent of the yard. Schulte made her Practical Builder. acquaintance a day after her arriv- Real estate men report that the at. In a few weeks he began bring- one-story house is. easier to sell ing her bones, and she eventually and that 65 per cent of buyers in placed enough trust in him to yen o the low-price brackets prefer it, ture from her hiding places and the magazine says. accept his offerings. It is likely to have better eye Mitzi is also said to have made appeal because it lends itself .to friends with a neighborhood cat, wider variety in design, it allows lwith which she romps in the early future additions, permits a larger hour on the post-office lawn` basement and saves trips up and Schulta says she i a good mouser, down stairs. * Its disadvantages are costlier construction, higher upkeep, less garden area, greater heat loss and waste space in hails and under the roof. Two-Story Advantages For the money expended, a two- story hose gives more living space -- an important consideration in any homeowners building plans. "Despite unfavorable weather conditions the disembarkation of Anti Fascists further men and material was un- interrupted," the bulletin added. There was an overcast sky and H0[d L [|"0mp'ee lumpy sea in the English channel today. The Allies near Caen smashed German attempts to br into the Italian Power Rome. Am Tob B ...... 69 The Eighth army captured More- Am Zinc ........ 4 cone. 11 miles north of Tivoli and Anaconda Cop .. 25 Arsoll, nine miles northwest of Armour Ill ..... 5 Subiaco. Arch T & S F ... fV4 Move Steadily Forward Aviation Corp .. 3 Bendix Aviat ... 37V In the Adriatic sector Eighth Beth Steel ..... 58 army units moved steadily forward Borg Warner ... 38 to maintain contact with the with. Cal & Hecia .... 6 drawing enemy, advancing as much Case ............ 35A as five miles. The battered towns Cater Tractor ... 48z of Orsogna and Guardiagrele, as Chas & Ohio .... 44V well as Mig]ionJco and Filetto, Chi Mail Order., 17 were occupied and the river Foro Chrysler Corp .. 89 I crossed. Corn Edison .... 26V, I Copper Cons Edison .... Cons Nat Gas ... 301 Corn Prods ..... 60 I Curtiss Wright .. 4%{ Diet Corp Seag.. 33V4 Douglas Aircr .. 42 beachhead and inched toward Caen` An ofcial field dispatch declared that American troops "expanding their northern France bridgehead (CenUnued free Page One) and pressing forward against mild resistance," had captured "one town on the outskirts of Rome which and a hanul of villages Dins ad-, the Germans have wrecked. All I ditional prisoners." - [want to be from now on is the Field Marshal ]'wln Rommel[head qf my honsehold." threw three armored diviaions into{w.t = .,,,IM attack from Caen -- and between ....... "--- Caen and Bayeux -- in an effort Badoglio explained that the to drive to the sea and break up[changeover of government had not the beachhead into ction which I come as a surprise. could be dealt with separately.  "When I came to Rome I was But every attempt he made falled[prepared to resign," he said. "All Jn the face of British and CanadianlI wanted to know what that senti- troops determined to stand or dte.ment was really that way. Once They fired at tanks over ope[that was confirmed, I immediately sight from less than 200 yards. [offered to resign." Usin- a,, Res-,-- [ Badoglio said he did not regret s ........ rreturning to civil life so much ex- Roeel was reported using all the reserves immediately at hand in his effort to break through. Bitter fighting occurred at Catch- tan. The land in this area ls marshy and cut by rivers. If the Allies could smash across the Cherbourg penin- sula here, they could turn and deal at their convenience with the im- portant port of Cherbourg on the tip of the peninsula. In this are the main part of the fighting was by infantry. The coun- try is not suitable for large-scale tank warfare. Pries of litter and twisted wreck- age dotted the blackened landscape strewn with bodies of both Ger- mans and Americans. The Americflns fought one of the bloodiest beachhead struggles of the war before linking up with the air- borne units, but now they were cept that he was hurt by the fact that people thought he was a Fas- cist. Besides Sforza and Croce. the other ministers of Bonomi's cabinet without portfolio are: Communist Leader Palmiro (Ercoli) Togliatti; Meuccio RuinS, radical deputy in i the pre-Mtumo]ini era; Rome's Christian Democratic Party Leader De Gasperri, and Socialist Giuseppe Saragat. The other ministers are: Three incumbents, Admiral Raffae]e De Courten, minister of navy; Com- munist Fansto Gullo, minister of agriculture; Labor-Democrat Fran- cesco Cerabona, minister of :communications; and Liberal Alles- sandro Casati, war; Christian Democrat Tupini, justice; Christian Democrat Gronchl, commerce; Ac- tionlst Di Ruggiero, education, Lib- Over-all dimensions of the lots can be smaller and garden areas are larger. Housework is less in the two- story- house because the entire house is not open to every caller. Connecting halls can be practically eliminated, where in the one-story house they are a necessity. The two-story house is more economical to heat and loses less heat than the one-story home, 'Fnere are happy families in both types," says Practical Builder. "It is only necessary for each pros- pective home-owner to make the right choice." * Germans Rep0d Increased Fiohtino London -- (P) -- Fighting on the Normandy bridgehead is "continu- ally increasing in intensity" and both sides are throwing fresh forces into action," the German high command said today. A new'-Tan---dW attempt at Trou- pills, immediately south of the mouth of the Seine, "collapsed in the fire of our coastal batteries," with a warship sunk and others forced to withdraw, the German communique asserted. "Mopping up operations on the eastern bank of the Orne are mak- ing good progress. Enemy counter- attacks against Touffrevflle have failed." moving faster, eras Marcello Soleri, treasury, Ac- , Adopt Commrvative Tone tionist Ci .glen. ti, finance, Socialist es ,rtr Romita, public works. The German radio dropped i ex-, 3nerl. s 30n travagant claims of the past few[ t'. m tN m /' L -- ............ : day and the Geman news agancyl%T;tT I irfn;rnlcT ,- s , ,, z I DNI adopted a more coervative[JIUIW,# q,l,llUlllJ/J II1ett(. HIe" Ktl/ tone. I tUIJ II1 UU 'The tank but'fie between Bayeux{W d f M th 1 }and Caen is riing to a furious Rrn. fl 0  Oregon City, Ore.- (/P) -- If s s ll/i IVI v/ a iv/i Ii1 :crescendO,' said the agency. 'av-J [you're outside the law hereabouts i ing re'.nforced their beachheads I [Sheriff Fred Resksecker is one per- with further hundreds of transport I Madison Ws.- (B- Wlscon-r sn to dodge. And so is his 13- and landing craft in spite of un-lsin a--le orchardist "were warned/year'ld on. favorable weather, tanks continued today" that nrctnu, eM1inl Dean Reaksecker was in his their fierce attacks in the direction ,n--t-l, th--'n[,--th''n"t  ,--nnl }father's office when a girl reported of Caen. e'l"o, are-10"day ea-d J hei she had been held up by a boy RAF coastal command announced ul-, +--a+=in- +, i, I=voc and robbed of 25 cents. that a German destroyer, driven with t--'h"etate"Ifrul"t crop-s.'f" -- A hal:[ hour later the sheriffs ashore off Batz on the Brest penin- C.L. F1nke, University of Wis- telephone rang. sula in a fight with Allied naval consin entomologist, said tree "Say, dad," his son said, "I got forces, had been bombed to a smoul- dering hulk. Headquarters disclosed the Ger- mans had made their first naval thrust at the invagio routes across the Channel. Eight British, Cana- dian and Polish de.foyers met the blow, blew up one German de- stroyer, ran another aground and scored hits on two others in fight Off Ushant. Top commanders of the United States army, navy and air force -- Gen. George C. Marshal. Admiral Ernst King and Gen. H. H. Arnold arrived and went into conference with Ge Dwight D. Eelsenhower, supreme invasion commander, and British miLitary chiums. University of Hawaii Present00 Nimit00 Degree Honelulu -- J.9 -- Ad Cheger W. Nimit commander in chief of the Pacie fleet, receive! the honorary degree of Doctor of Sclanca at the rd annual eom- mencement exercises of the Uni- versity of Hawaii  night Pr ident Gregg  Sinclair made the m Eskimo men has rib. spraying should start June 12 to destroy the moths' eggs on the leaves or fruit and to stop the tiny worms from entering the calyx end of the fruit. Fluke advised fruit growers to use a mixture of one gallon of lime sulphur and one and one-quarter pounds of lead arsenate to 50 gal- lons of water. Prime Minister From New Zealand in Rome Rome -- (A9 -- Prime Minister Peter Freer of New Zealand has arrived in Rome, the first head of any United Nations government to come flnea the city's capture by the Allie (The London radio said Fraser cal/ed on Pope Pitt X yesterday, according to broadcast recorded in New York by CBS.) 10 Miles from Cherbourg London ---{]JA-- A Stockholm dis- patch to the Evening Standard said today that German advices reported a column of American troops 10 that kid that held up that girl. I'm bringing him in." He did, too. the 11-year-old cap- tive turned out to be a boy police had tried to nab for more than year. 'Td seen this kid around with plenty of money for candy and ice cream," Dean explained, "When I saw him on the street after this girl said she had been robbed, I figured he was the one who did it." Minneapolis Officer Killed in Plane Crash Santa Rosa, CaliE .PJ Ist Lt. Francis A. Bathen, 23, Minneapolis, Minn., was killed yesterday when his twin-engined fighter plane crashed three miles south of the Santa Rosa army air field, it was announced today. He was the sou of Mrs. G. L. Bathen of Minneapo- lis. Formations of French Patriots Surround City ' New York  French Patriot formations have surrounded Gren- Greyhound ...... 20% Homestake Men.. 43V Ill Central ....... 15% Insp Con Cop ... g'A Int Harvester ... 75V Int Nick Ca ... 26s/4 Int Paper ....... 16% Int Tel & Tel ... 154 Johns Manville .. 93 Kennecott Cop .. 30 Libby Glass .... 9% Marshall Field .. 15V Mont Ward ..... 44% NASH KELV ... 15 Nat Biscuit ..... 20% Nat Dairy Prod.. 214 Nat Steel ....... 59V N Y Central .... 17 No Am Aviat ... 7=,, Nor Amer Co ... 17 Nor Pac ........ 15 hio Oil ........ 17% _miles from Cherbourg. , A collection of photographs tak- e in 1 was used to reconstruct flvrl Fea-t Maeen, N. C, Pep Steel ....... 17 Sears Roebuck .. 927 SIMMONS CO .. 3O Sinclair Off .. .... 13 Soc Vacuum .... 12a Sou Par ........ 29 Stand Brands ... 30 St Oil Cal ...... 37 St Oil Ind : ..... 34 St Oil N J ...... 56 Studebaker ..... 18 Swift & Co ..... 30 Texas Co 46 Timk Det 'JJrJell 29 Un Carbide ..... 80 Un Air Lines .. 25 Un Aircraft .... 26 U S Rubber ..... 48V4 U S Steel ...... 52% West Un Tel A .. 46% West I Mg .... 100 Woolworth ...... 38, Youngst Sh & T.. 37 Livestock and IPeaceTh0ughts Produce Prices -'-'""'" {Continue Spur By Asocted  and WFA SALABLE HOGS--5; total 7,000; hog market generany steady:  and ohol _0,,.__,,._ In Stock Mad top; compared with week ago w'eights 270 lb. and down tff.eady; weights over 270 Ibm.. 10 to 15 cents lower; ows 15 to 25 cents lower: approximately 4,000 un4ld, practically all sllDDort hogs: ahippers took 1,500 largely rood- New York [  [ 0 lure and good 170 to 0 Ib. on big peace continued to spur stocks of packer account. SALABLZ CA'LZ--200: cves none: companies with a good post-war compared Friday Imrt week: All except outlook in today's market notably strictly rod cattle worked J-Rvenly lower; top $17.50. new high on crop. next motors and accessories, but many highest price $17.40: go(x[ to average- pivotals had trouble in attracting choice steers. 25-50 down. yearling type bids. offerings off most: medium grade 50c lower, instances 75o on light offerings: Issues selling under $10 were all bulk steers. $14.00-17.00; sizable supply over the ticker tape from the start $17.00-17.35, i"530-1750 lb. avera at out- in blocks ranging from 1,000 to side price: best yearlings, S17.2; heifer yearlings. $17.151 -tockers scarce out 10,000 shares. Tops for the year weak to 25c lower: fed heifers mainly were plentiful with advances of 25c down.-with medium grades 50c off. fractions to a point or more. It these however showing more grass at $14.00 down; bulk fed heifers, $14.50- Was one Of the live]lest Saturday 18.25, 817 lb. average making 18.5; in several months, transfers for the cow active egrly but bottom fell out two hours running to around 600,. of late market, closing 50c to $1.00 000 shares. lower except on dryfeds: cutters loed at $8.50 down. canners $8.50-7.2-5; most Hit 1944 Peaks grassy beef cows. $8.00-11.00; btttl 25 higher, active all week at advance; heavy At peaks for 1944 or longer were sausage offerings reached $12.00 and Chrysler, C o n t I n e n t a I Motors, heavy fat bulls, $14.50: bulk satmage hull. $I0.7-12.5: vealer firm t $18.00 Willys-Overland, Murray Corp, down. Gar Wood, Hayes Mg., Graham- SALABLE SEeP--None: totelG 4.000;iPaige, Briggs M_fg., Nash.Kelvin. compared Friday last week. all cla in very light supply. teady to trong, ator, Evans Products and Stewart- shorn lambs no beter than arcady; two Warner and International Tele- loads good and choice 97-100 lb. fed phone. wooled Colorado lambs. $16.15 and $16.25. toy $16.25. three loads medium and good Union Pacific and Austin Nich- 87-92 lb. Nebraskas, $15.00-15.50; aood Ois Preferred "A" jumped 2 or and choice 77-97 lb. ahorn lanb, No. I more points on restricted volume. and No. 2 elts. $14.00-14.25. some oarry- ins a medium end: medium and good In front were General Motors, shorn lambs. $12.50-13.90, load common Westinghouse, Santa Fe. Standard and ediu 88 Ibs. No. 1 Delts. $12.00: few Oil (NJ), Dow Chemical, U. S. good and choice native sDringer. $15.75- 18.00.Ices dosirable lightweight= down to Rubber and American Smelting. alamO: aood and choice =horn Occasional dec]iners were Mont- : $7.00-7.25. cull and common, $5.50 Vw[ gomery Ward, Southern Railway, little under %4.00; load 80 lb. Colorado shearing laml. $14.00. Eastman Kodak and Consolidated , Edison. eHICAg0 PRODUCE Bonds held to a steady course. By United Pre * 00ok]ServJce S Help 262: %oral d'ADments 1253. CalHornias: Arrivals 146;' shipments 832. New stock. supplies moderate; for California demand fair at lower prices; market wak; for hywalkmg ket strong: track sales Per 100 lb.: Cbl- fornia Long Whites, U. S. 1 size A washed. $8.20-3.40, mcetly S3.25-3.40. oc- casional car higher: showing SOme spot- ted sacks. $8.00-3.15: U. S. 1, washed, $3.10; commercial size A washed. $2.75- 3.15; mostly 112.75-3.00; U. S. 2 washed, San Francisco --dU.P Husky few es. $ZlS; u. S. . size A washed, blue-coated policemen, tanned Navy $2.40; U. S. 1. size B. washed. $1.75; Louisiana Triumphs. supplies very light, SP's and Army MFs have closed in u. S. 1. size A. washed, $4.47 delivered on the San Francisco pedestrian to to Jobbers' doors; commercialz, washed, save his ]Je. $4z0: u. s. 1. ,L A. unwaxed. =3.5O. San Franciscan, who long .v'a'e CHEESE---Swiss. 33 to 35 cents; under- grades. 28 to 30 cent=: single wheels one prided themselves on their "jay- cent higher: brick. 29.97 cents, walking" technique in weaving across four-car line Market St., MILWAUKEE PRODUOE have taken a beating recently. So By United Press far this year 34 out of 36 traffic EGGS--Paying Prices gt Milwaukee--- fatalities have taken pedestrian U. S. SPeCials, No. 1 and 3. 34c; U. S. liVeS. extras No. 1 and 2, 33c: current re- celpU. 29c: medium Lr, e, 2e: dirtie and OffiCialS opened a six-weeks cam- checks. 2ec. paisa of safety. Hoofer learned BUTTER.--OPA ceiling prtce for this about it when they tried to run area--Fresh U. S. grade AA. 42.581 grade the gantlet against the red light in A. 42.08: B. 41.83; C, 41.33. CHF__SF.,---Cuxrent make U. S. No. 1 the best ol  local tradition. American full cream twin=. 26.64: ched- An officer shouted---and there dar. 26.64; raizie, 27.75: longhorn=, was an officer, MP and SP to every 27.75: brick 27%0V4: 1Lmburers, 28z- main corner---or maybe a Ioud- 32c: Swin domestic, 39-4c. LIVE POULTRY--(Paylng prices for speaker blared: Milwaukee area--mileage added) Fowls, "The lady with the yellow heavy. 24c: Leghorn fowls, 22c- springers, feather on her hat! The lady with White Rocks. 28.7e: colored. 2&7c; broil- era and fryers. 8.7e; atag. 19c: old the yellow feather on her hat[ roosters, 19c; ducks. SCl geeje. 6.2c. Please do not cross before the sig- CABBAGE,--New. 50 lb. sacks, south- nal says-'Go.' Thank you." ern. $1.0-z.75; large crate, a lb., $3.oo- And she steps back, red-faced 3.1S. POTATOESCaliorni Long White=, and embarrassed, but Likely to re- 100 lb. sacks U. S. No. 1 washed, size member the experience. A. $4.25-4.5O: No. 2 washed. $ The military officers are prirnar- No. 1 B washed. $8.00-3.25; Louisiana Triumphs. U. S. No. 1 washed. $8.55-4.00: elY to oversee that the thousand Alabama Trlumph. U. S. No. I washed, of servicemen who throng this port $3.2---3.78. obey the traffic rules. 4 MILWAUKEE LIYESTNK * By U=l00 Heavy Force of Allied HOGS---Receipts 1577. Moot butchers steady :[or the week. weight= over 300 Planes Fly Toward France lbs. lo cents lower, top s13. on 18o-2'7o I.; 280-3,30 lb.. $11.50-L.00; 150-170 Ib., $11.aS-L.50: acking sow, 10 to L Folkeone, Eng. ---(P- A very cents lower, closing buk. $10.'0-10.75, Complete clearance all week. heavy force of Allied bombers and CATTLF--Receipts 3,083. All clmme fighter flew across the southeast 25 eent higher for the week in apite coast towardBoulogne, France, in of some efforts to lower the cost on the closing round, active all week: most a hif-hour procession early today. eanner closing out $7.oo-'/.5o. shen to Weather conditions were improved $5.50. strong weights to $7.75; cutters, in the English Channel but heavy $8.00-9.00. bee '. kinds to $9.25; choice cows to $11.50-13.00: dairy-bred heifers clouds still were over the Straits 9.00-13,00: choice weighty bologna buli, of Dover. ;11.2511.0; steers and yearlings active * w-k. t from lav.n. ,lS.0. Montgomery in France CALVES.--Receipts 6,759. Active and fully steady all week; select= $18.00 free- ly; most 120-130 Ibs.. $15.00-15.50: aood Allied Supreme Headquarters, lights, 100-110 Ibs., $13.00-14.001 culls and London ---(U,PA-- Gen. Sir Irnard throwout=. $8.00-10.00. SHZP--Recelpts 47e. mllty Utcklng L. Montgomery is "with his men in in the run. but nomlnally steady: sen- France,"  front dispatch said to- uine spring ]emtm quotable to S15.50; day. mOSt ewes and bucks, $4.00-7.00. 4 Repod Germans Moving Noted Trondotor Dies New York -- (A ) -- Mrs. Helen Supplies Up-fo Front 00ames B00.e. Dole ,, 00ans,a,or of "Cyrano de Bergerac," "Heidi," and other foreign literature, died Ninth Air Force Fighter Base, yesterday at her home in the Bronx. Eng. -- (U.PJ -- Thunderbolt fighter. , bomber pilots returning from Nor- There are four dippers in the mandy said today that the roads heavens: Big Dipper, Little Dipper, south and east of the Aed beach- Pleiades Dipper, and the Milk Dip- heads were clogged with miles-per in Sagittarins. long German supply convoys mop- * ing up to the froot. Markets at a Glance Jtt Nazis Prepare Flight stoc higher and active. Bonds irregularly higher. London --(A--- German civilians Curb stocks higher. oble in southern France and the in occupied Holland have been Chicago stocks riregular. city is "now in a state of siege," warned to prepare for a speedy Cototn up as much as 45 cents the Swiss newspaper La Sulsse departure from that country, the bale. said in an article reported today Dutch news agency Aneta said to- Wheat, oat=, rye and barley by OWL day. qower. r j-" - Y" ,t