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i joumat'lvery Jbvenmg, Wilmington, ueiaware, lTionaay, August o, r . . . . Market Stages Double Rally Fractions to 2 Points, Plus, Show in Advances; DuPont Gains, Also GM NEW YORK, Aug. 8 (JP).A double rally in the stock market today put prices up by fractions to more than 2 points. A fast, opening added as much as a point to leaders before the pace of trading slowed down and prices leveled off. They held at their best until a Iresh surge of buying boosted them till higher a little later. Steels, motors and rails were the most active of the major groups and showed the best gains. But fractional advances were numerous throughout other sections of the list with only a few setbacks here and there. Ridio-televi$ion stocks were generally higher. The upswing was a continuation of trends on Friday when the market turned up sharply to the highest point in about four months. It now stands only a shade below the- 1949 high. Volume of trading was heavy compared with recent days, and numerous large blocks of stocks changed hands at the opening. Commonwealth & Southern continued to be bought and sold at the opening in large packages at its top price for the year, thus adding considerable to the total volume of business. Advancing were U. S. Steel, Youngstovn Sheet & Tube, Chrysler. General Motors. Studebaker, Santa Fe, Southern Pacific, Southern Railway, Nickel Plate, Superior Oil of California fup 10 at 155 on a few sales), American Smelting & Refining, . Kennecott Copper, International Nickel, Goodrich, . Sears Roebuck, Air Reduction, Iu Pont, American Tobacco, Philco, Admiral Corp., Radio Corp., Transcontinental c Western, and Johns Manville. Stocks in the curb market were generally unchanged to higher. Up were Babcockfe Wilcox, Calgary & Edmonton Corp., Canadian Marconi, Cities Service, Selected Industries, Standard Brands, Consolidated Mining fc Smelting, Fairchild Engine fte Aircraft, and Pantepec Oil. A num-" ber of stocks were about unchanged in moderately heavy trading- including Long Island Light, Kaiser-Prazier, Electric Bond & Share, and American Superpower. Federal Bonds Pace Advances NEW YORK. Aug. 8 (JP). Heavy demand for U. S. governments pointed up a generally rising bond market today. Bids for favored maturities of Treasury loans were marked up 8-32 to 13-32 of a point in quick order with few sales reported even at the maximum advance. Corporation loans were less in demand but gains of fractions generally and in a fe cases a point held a majority. . The demand for government obligations was a carryover from last week when various moves of the government in the field of credit and banking put the spotlight on Treasury bonds as the likely medium that would absorb some of the surplus lendable funds of banks. As is usually the case when investment demand makes itself felt in the higher grade bands, speculative activity picked up in the lesser rated Issues and the bond market as a whole was able to score a modest gain. Corporate loans in favor included American Telephone 3 l-8s, Baltimore & Ohio convertible 4 l-2s, Bush Terminal Buildings 5s, St. Paul income 4 l-2s, and convertible 4 l-2s, Chicago Union Station 3 l-8s, Commonwealth Edison 3s, Illinois 4 3-4s, International Hydro Electric 6s. and Laclede Gas 4 l-2s. STOP! AU-AMERICAH GOLF TOURNAMENTS and the WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP of GOLF LOOK! DuMonf Television network Sunday. AugustH. 6.7 P.M., CD. S.T. LISTEN! ABC NETWORK 'Tuesday. Thursday, Friday . ond Saturday August 9. 1 1. 12. 13 4:00 P.M. to 4:15 P.M. Sunday, August 14 5.45 P.M. to 6 00 P.M. Cnre Daylight Saving Tim J Geooge SJVUy Company Engineering Building Chicago O. Wine's J BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY The Fyr-Fyier Company, Dayton, Ohio, offer a genuine opportunity for a erualifled distributor cohering Wilmington and surroundina territory. IncentiTe bonus plan ... exclusive territory ... many pries and product adrantage. You will be selling and distributing the complete line of Fyr-Fyier firs extinguishers, all Underwriters' Laboratories approved. Prospects are unlimited with every store, office, home, factory, institution, public building, etc In need of fire protection. Market potentials are excellent and increasing. Public acceptance is outstanding, especially with wide publicity en large fires and America's high fire loss. Only a top caliber, financially responsible, experienced distributer is desired. You will be schooled and provided with complete xnerchandis-. Ing and selling assistance. Here is an unusual opportunity to build an organisation to sell the line of a 33-year-old company, a leader In the extnguisher field. Send for the Fyr-Fighter distributer prospectus. Be sure to Include complete Information and qualifications about yourself. Write to James Lots, Fyr-Fyter Company. Dayton 1. Ohio. N. Y. Stock 11:15 Prer Close li is A:r Reduction 22s 22s Allied Chem. 119 179 Allied Kid .: 1 Allied Store! 32 32',a Amalgamated Leather 24 Amalgamated Leather Pfd 4n Amer Can os 91 Amer Loco 134 1334 American Radiator .... 13 13' Armco Mis ..-23'i 237 Amer Smelt & Ref, .... 4 45 ' Amer Tel & Tel ... 143i 14:ii American Tobacco B ,. H' American Viscose ... -S f!T4 Anaconda - Copper 29' SS'a Armour & Co .... t1 ?'. Atchson Tod & ?anta Fe fi4 ' Atlantic Coast Cine .... S 3fi4 Atlantic Refinlna 354 3Sn Atia Powder " .. 49 49 Atlas Powder Pld. 104U 1054 B Baldwin Loco a Ti Bait & Ohio 84 ?s Barnsdall Corp 41'i , 48 Bendix Ariation ' 3(Kn Beth Steel i... 2?T 2'4 Boeing Airplane , j 9!ik Bors-Warner 4Xn ' 49 Bridgeport Brass ........ "".A Briggs fclfs 24' 24'z C Canada Dry 1IT 12 Canadian Pacific. 1234 12Tn Carrier Corp lt'.-j 14 Celanese Corp 2T4 2i, Certaineed Prod IIs 1IT Cries & Ohio SI 32 Chrysler Corp 51 K3 Coca-Cola 141 . Columbia Broad "A" .... 19'i 19 Commercial Credit 3 34 C. I T In Co 514 Commonwealth Sz Son .. 5 li Cons. Vultee Aircraft ... ' ft3i Consolidated Edison .... 2S 25' Container Corp 35i 35j Cont. Can ..... 33, 3Vi Cont. Diamond Flora .... f7h 1'4 Cont Motors .... ..... 5T 5T Corn Product .. fi'i Curtiss-Wright Com .... ' ' Curtiss-Wr1ht "A" 19T D Deere & Co 3 Del Power & Light 20i Dist Seagrams Ltd. .... 1S1m Ifi Douglas Aircraft Dow Chemical 4 4RU DuPont Common, new ... 4'i fiO'n DuPont $3.50 Pfd DuPont $4.50 Pfd I2S'.i E Eastman - Kodak 4'i 4i Electric Auto Lit ...... 39's ..... F Federal Mogul 11as liVi Freeport Texas 31 52 G GenT. Electrls 3Ta 3;t Gen'l Fcods 43s 43 Gen Motors 2'i T Gen Motors $3.75 PTd. .. T2 .. .. Gen. Motors $5 Pfd 125', .. .. Gillette 28' i 28' Goodvear T and R 42j 4214 Goodrich Co fi2 63 Graham Paige l'i l"fc Gt. Northern Pfd 3;j 38 Greyhound Corp 11 11 1.4 Hayes Mfg. 4 6'4 Hercules Powder 4j 4fi Hercules Powder Pfd. ... 12; .. .. Hiram Wailcer 25'i 25'4 1 Industrial Rayon 425 42'4 Intl. Harvester 25 25' InfL Nickel 294 Int'l Paper ... 5Ta 51 Intl. Paper. Pfd 99 99 lot. Telatel. 9 ? Local Securities Reported daily by Laird. Meeds. B'ssell A B'd Aiked All-American Aviation 2 3 Atias Powder., Pfd. 104 105 Jos. Bancroft & Sons Co.. com. 9 10 (Christiana Securities. Inc .. 3270 330 Christiana Securities. Pfd . 135 Continental Amer. L,ife Ins. Co. 42 Delaware Floor Products. Inc... 15 Delaware Railroad Common .. 36 Diamond Ice Sc Coal. Pfd. ... 106 138 18 39 109 123 102 17 128 4 4! .i DuPont, Pfd. 4'i 122V4 DuPont, 31-3 Pfd. Electric Hoss fe Rubber Hercules Powder Co.. Pfd. Remington Arms ....... Wilson Line Common . . . Warner Company 100 13 126 4 ... 40 18 $100 180 Central Nat! Bank, par Delaware Trust Co par $25 ..68 Equitable Trust Co par 25 .. t 67 Farmers Bank, par $50 . 4 on .... Industrial Trust Co.. par $25.. "4 Security Trust Co . par J50 . 90 !5 Wilmineton Tr.ust Co.. par $25 113 115 Lancaster Livestock LANCASTER. Pa.. Aug. 8 (U.fi) Livestock report: Hogs: 1.420. Local lightweights 20.00-21.00. good and choice 160-250 pounds 22.00-24.00; 250-350 pounds 18.00-22.00; sows 12.50-18.00. Sheep: 636. Ewes, all weights 4.00-8.00: lambs, choice spring 25. 50-76. ?0- rpdl''' o good 21.00-23.00; cull and common 18.00-20.00 Cattle: 2.361. Calves 533. Lry fed steers choice (900-1,100 pounds) 27.25- 28.00: good 26.00-26.50, medium 2.00-i,.i0. common 21.00-23.00: choice (1,100-1,300) 27.50-28.00, good 26.50-27.00: medium 24.50-26.00; choice (1,300-1,500) 27.00-28.00; good 26.00-27.00. Dry fed heifers: Choice up to 26.00. good 22.00-25.00, medium 19.00-21.00; common 15.00-18.00. Dry fed bulls: Good and choice 23.00-24.50; cutter, common and medium 15.00-20.00; good , to choice bolognas 21.50-23 00. Vealers. Goofl and choice 28.00-29.00; medium 23.00-27.00; cull and common 15.00-20.00. Cows: Choice 18.00-18.50: good 17.00-17.75, common and medium 14.75-16.75. low cutter and cutter 13.75-16.50, canners 11.00-13.50. Grass fed heifers: Choice 23.00-24.00, good 21.00-23.00, medium 18.50-21.00, common 14.00-18.00. Grass fed bulls: Good to choice 22.00-23.00; cutter, common and medium 14.00-20.00: good to choice bolognas 21.50-23.00. Feeder and stoclcer cattle: Calves (400-500 pounds) 25.00-27.00, good and choice (500-800 ) 24.00-26.00: common and medium (530-800) 18.00-23.00; good and choice (800-1,050) 24.00-26.00: common and medium (800-1,050) 18 00-23.00. Bankruptcy Petition Milan Franklin West of 209 Arch Street. Seaford. trading as Wests. i a men's ad boys' clothing store, filed a voluntary petition of bankruptcy in U. S. District Court today. Caleb M. Wright, Georgetown attorney, represented West. The liabilities are listed as $22,440.50 and the assets at : $9,440.94. IT PAYS TO SEE Insurance Agents, Brokers and Consultants 1 " - , . , , ,..-,-,., - - , 9 Quotations O'CUck Pre Closa 11:1 Johns-Man villa Joy M.f 38Ta 38 'i 33 4 34 48 49ti 44 SB 85s 23 23 lTs 19 1S?4 18?ii 8?4 8?4 53x 51 46' 4614 35" s 35 " Mi 33i IS'i 16 193a 19',i 10 in3 II 10 10'ii 15U 17 9 9 14 144 28 4 28 2514 25 3a 3S 9'4 9H 205 20 34 49s4 49 14' 15' 9Ta Jfl 44 44'4 S62 s;',4 33 '4 a 33 28-H 29 ini loTi T4 9 20 20 3814 38 27 2?4 41'i 41 21 21 21 1 15 39 '2 40 31 s-:i 51 i 20 "j. ClUi 28 2.-.a 66 67 68 sii 25 25 11 II 23 a 23 ' - 56 57 65 nr,n 16' i I6-1 4 4l'x 15 ir,-M 22'i 22',it 22 23 ',4 39 40 81 Va 81 21 21 13 13 49 40 21 21 12' 2 1! 21 21 "4 31 117 118 23 23 :;, 132' II II 14 M 27 27 25 25 4 5 48 48 13 14 K Kennecott Copper L Lea Tire & Rubber Liggett e Myers ...... Lion Oil Co. (Newi Lockheed Aircraft Lowa M Martin. Glenn L. Montgomery Ward .... Philip Morris ii Co.... N Kat Cash Register Nat. Dairy Prod Nat'L Dept Stores .... Nat'l Distillers Nat Vulcanized Fibre- .. Newport tnd N. Y Central North American North Amer Aviation . North Pacifie O onio on Oliver Farm Equip Packard Motors Pan Amer Airways Paramount Pictures S... Penney. J C Penna. R. R Pepsi-Cola Phelps Dodge Phillips Pet. ' Pullman Co Pure Oil .......... Radio Corp. of Amer Radio Keith Republic Steel Reynolds Too "B" S Sehenley Dtst . . Sears Roebuck .....V.V Simmons Co Sinclair Oil Socony Vacuum Southern Paeif;e " . . . , " Southern Railn. Southern Railway Pfd. ounaaro Brands Standard Gas 4 Pfd"' Standard Oil of Calif." Standard Oil of N. J Standard Oil of rihin Stewart Warner Studebaker T Texas Corp. Texas Gulf Sulphur"'..!! Timken Derrnit A-ri. Timken Roller Bearlni" Trans Western Air Twent. Cent -For Film .. n Onion Bag & Paner . Onion Carh'ri Onion Pacific ..... '.' Onited Aircraft United Air Lines Onited Fruit O. G I Onited Mer. k Mfg. ..." O S. Ind. Chem O S. Rubber Com U S. Rubber Pfrf O. S. Steel "" O. S. Steel. Pfd Warner Broa Pictures .. Western Dn;on Westinghouse Atr Brake . Westinghqufe E'.ec Willys-Overland Woolworth Co Worthlngton Pump ..... Ex-DiT!dn4 N. Y. Curl) Market Reported dally by Laird. Blssell At Meeds uujpor.t Buunme Prev. Close 11 :15 Alum. Co or Amer. ... Amer. Gas & Elec... ... Barium Steel .. Bellanca Aircraft SH4 4S 45 34 3'., 15 14 48 34 4f)i fi? fifi'a 15 15's 77 77 7 .... 4'i 4i 2 7' 7- 10' Ki, 14 lV,t Cities Serrice Com. ... Cons. Gas Balto Elec. Bond & Sh. Humb.'e Oil Infl Pet. Ltd Kaiser-Frazer Monogram Pictures Pantepec Pennroad R B Semier , So!ar Aircraft Technicolor New Charters Filed DOVER, Aug. 8 (Special).'. Charters filed with the corporation department of the secretary of state's office follow: Accountants Publishing Company, publishing business. Capital. $11,000. Principal office, the Corporation Trust Company Laurel Boat Company, Inc.. boats.' Capital. !,000. Principal office, the Corporation Trust Company. Sells-Simmons Hydrostatic Bailer Corporation, oil and minerals. Capital, $20,-000. Principal office. Corporation Service Company. Llihedra Corporation, goods. wares, merchandise. Capital. 2,000 shares, no par Principal office. Corporation Service Company. Douglas Mill, Inc., cotton goods. Capital, $3,000,000. Principal office, U. S Corporation Company. International Container Corp . containers. Capital. $1,000. Principal office. TJ. S. Corporation Company ' Contract Airlines of Alaska. Inc.. aerial transportation. Capital, 1,000 shares, no par Principal office, U. S Corporation Company. Hamilton Overseas Contracting Corporation, contracting business. Capital, $IC0.-000. Principal office, the Prentice-Hall Cor-poration System, Inc. American Investors In Israel. Inc.. exporting and importing. Capital, $300,000. Principal office, the Prentice-Hall Corporation System. Inc. National Capital Sesquicentennlal Leasing Bureau, Inc., construction business, Capital. $50,000 and 200 shares no par. Principal office. Corporation Guarantee and Trust Company. Sportsmen Flyers. Inc., airplanes Capital. 3.0C0 shares, no par. Principal office, the Corporation Trust Company. Monogram Corporation of America, credit mail order business. Capital. 100 shares, no par. Principal office, Edward J. Becker, Wilmington. Tourist and Travelers of America, Inc. travel agency. Capital. 250 shares, no par. Principal office, Douglas W. Troll. Wilmington. Foreign Exchange NEW YORK. Aug. 8 (Jff. Foreign exchange rates follow (Great Britain in dollars, others in cents): Canadian dollar in New York open market 4 11-16 per cent discount or 95.3114 U. S. cents, unchanged. EUROPE Great Britain (pound) $4.03, up 1-16 of cent; France (frapci .303 of a cent, unchanged: Italy ilirat Aug. fixed rate .001 739 July .001B9; Sweden (krona 2J.85, unchanged; Switzerland ifranc) (freei 25.21, unchanged. LATIN AMERICA Argentina (freei 20.92, unchanged; Brazil (freei 50.50, unchanged; "Mexico 11.57, unchanged. ' STOCKS BONDS COMMODITIES Our Facilities Are Available for Transactions, Large or Small MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange . New York Curb Exchange Philadelphia Stock Exchange Chicago Board of Trade New York Cotton Exchange New York Produce Exchange New Orleans Cotton Exchange Laird, Bissef I & Meeds Market Street Entrance DaPont Buildint; . PHONE 8-4241 .orEN WED. J t I f. ss. Produce Markets New York Quotations Daily report of New Jersey and nearby produce of the New York Market. lUSDAS NEW YORK. Aug. 8 (JP). Snap and lima Beans sold lower today In the wholesale fruit and vegetable market. Corn was dull, while 'other commodities held unchanged. The first spinach from the Adirondack region appeared today. APPLES Apples: Bu. bask, and eastern boxes N. J. Codlings U. S. No. Is 23 in. mln. 1.00-.25, few 1.50; twenty ounce 3V4 in min. 1.75-2.25, 3 in. min 1.75-2.00, 2i In min 1.75-2.00, 2a In min 1.25-50; Early Mcintosh 2,4 in and up 2.50, 2. In min 1.50-75; Gravensteia TJ. S. No. Is 2V in and up 1.25-50, poorer 75; Wealthys 2'2 in min 1.25 N. Y. S. No Is Duchess 2Vi in min. 1.25-75: Williams Red 2J2 in min 2.75-3.00: Early Mcintosh 2Vi in min 3.75-4.00, poorer 2.5O-3.O0, 2V4 In min 2 75-3.00, poorer 1.50. Northwestern Greenings 2Vi in min 1.50; Codlings 2Va in min 1.00-1.25. BEANS Beans: (Snap) bu. bask, and bu. hamp-ers-i-N. J. Stringless Black Valentines 1.00-1.25, Plentifuls 1.50-75, Pa. Stringless Black Valentines . ordinary aual. 75, plentifuls 1.25-50. Bountifuls 1.25-50. N. Y. Hudson Valley sect. Stringless Black Valentines 1.50-2.00. ' poorer 1.00, Plentifuls 1.25, Bountifuls 1.00-1.50, wax ordinary qual-1.50; Cranberry 3.00. Madison Co sect. Stringless Black Valentines 1.75-2.50. poorer 1.25-50, Tendergreens large 1.00. Plentifuls 1.50-2.00, poorer 1.00, Bountifuls 1.5O-2.00 few best 2.50-75. poorer 1.00-1.25 wax 2.00-2.50. poorer 50-1.50; Cayuga sect. Bountifuls 1.50-2.00, western N. Y. Stringless Black Valentines 2 60, wax 2.00-2.50: L. Is. Cranberry 2 00. Beans: (Limai bu. bask, and bu. hampers N. J. 1.50-75; L. Is. best 200-2.50; poorer 15-1.25. Beets: Bunched 1 3-5 bu. boxes N. J. 75: L Is. 75-1.00. Blueberries: Cultivated per pt. 20-30. Broccoli: 4-5' bu. boxes 8s, 1.75. CABBAGE Cabbage: Domestic round type N. J. 50 lb. sacks 1.50-2.00. 1 3-5 bu. boxes 1.50; N. Y Hudson Valley sect. 50 lb. sacks ! 50-75, 1 3-5 bu. boxes 1.25-2.00, western N. Y. 50 lb. sacks 1.50-76: L. Is. 1 3-5 bu. boxes best 2.00-2.25. poorer 150; 50 lb. sacks 1.50-75; red type N. J. 1.35 bu. boxes 2.25. Cantaloupes: Bu. b&kt. 1.00-1.25. Carrots: Topped and washed N. Y. bu. bskt. 1.00-1.25. few 1.50; 50 lb. sacks 1.00; L. Is. bu. bskt. 1.00. Cauliflower: N. Y. Ctskill sect, crates 2.00-3.00, few high as 3.50, poorer 50-1.75; i crates Ps, 1.75-2.00. Celery: N. Y. Orange Co. 'i crates Golden Heart individually washed 2-3 dozen 2.00-2.50, few .275. poorer 75-1.50. crate washed 2-3 dozen 1.00-1.50. poorer all sizes 75; Pascal type no size marks "5-1.00. Western N. Y. 16 in. wirebound crates Golden Heart 2'i dozen 3.25-50. 3-4 dozen 3.00-3.50, few best 4.00; 6-8 dozen 3.25-50; 10 dozen few 4.00; 10 dozen 3.00-3.50. N. J. half crates Pascal type no size marks 1.00. Celery cabbage. N. Y. Orange Co. eastern crates 1.50. Cherries: 4 qt. bskt. red and black sour 1.40-65. Collards: 1 3-5 bu. boxes 1.25. CORN Corn: Yellow approx. 50 ears. N. J. sacks 75-1.00, bu. bskt. 50-75. 1 3-5 bu. boxes 75-1.00. N. Y. Hudson Valley sect, yacks 50-75. few 1.00. poorer 25, bu. bskt.. 40-75. 1 3-5 bu. boxes 50-85. Catskill sect, sacks best 1.00-1.25, poorer 50-75. Cucumbers: Bu. bskt. and bu. hampers. N. J. best 2 00-2.50. poorer 1.25-1.75. pickles 1 75-2.00. Pa. poor to ordinary qual 50-75, pickles 50-75. N. Y. best 2.00-2 50, poorer 1.00-1.50 few low as 25. large 50-75, pickles 2.50-3.00. few best high as 4.00, poorer 1.50; L. Is. 1.50-2.CO, poorer 75-1.00, pickles 1.50-2.25. Dandelions: 1 3-5 bu. boxes 1.50. Dewberries and blackberries: Per qut. 13-18. few 20. per pt. 8-12. Dill: Per bunch 35. Eggplant: Bu. bskt. 1.00-1 50. few best 1.75-2.00. Italian type bu. bskt. 1.00-1.50, !i bu. bskt. 1.00-1.25. Endive-Chicory: 1 3-5 bu boxes N J. 1.75: L. Is. 1.75-2.00. Escarole: 1 3-5 bu. boxes 1 25. Kale: 1 3-5 bu. boxes 1.00. Kohlrabi: 1 3-5 bu. boxes 1.50. Leeks: Per bunch 30. LETTCCE Lettuce: N. Y. eastern crates Orange Co. Big Boston 2 dor. 2.00-3.00, poorer 75, Romaine 2.00-2.50. poorer 1.50; Oswego sect. B:g Boston 2.75-3.00, few 3.25 Romaine 2. 00-2. 50. few 2.7s eastern Iceberg crates Iceberg type 2 doz. Orange Co. 1.50-2.00, poorer 1.00. Oswego sect. 1.25-1.76. Mushrooms: 4 qt. bskt. Pa. extra fancys and specials, 1 15-1.40. few 1.50. poor 5. fancys and mediums 90-1.15, buttons 1.00-1.25, spots and open 40-50, N. Y. extra fancys 1.23-! .10, lev 1.55, poorer 1.00. But tons 1.00-1.25. Okra: 12 qt. bskt. 1 50-2.00. few 2.25, poorer and large 50. Onions: 50 lb. sacks yellows N. J. globes few 1.O0, N. Y. Orange Co. flats and globes 1.00-1.25, large 1.25-1.40, 25 lbs. sacks while boilers 1.50. Parsley: N J. bu. bskt. curly 2.00, L. Is. lugs curly 1.25, 1 3-5 bu. boxes plain 2.00. PEACHES Peaches: Pa. bu. bskt. V. S. No. Is, Hale Haven 2 in. and up 2.00-2.75, 1? in. min. 1.75: Golden East 2 in. and up 2.50-3.50; Golden Jubilee 2 in. and up 2.00-2.50, poorer 1.00-1.25: 13 in. min. 1.00-1.50, unclassified 1.00-1.25: Rochesters 2 in. and up 1.0O, 13 in. min. 75; Sun Highs 2 in. and up 2.50-3.50; 13 in. mln. 2.00; Triogems 2li in and up 2.75, 2 in. and up 2.50-75; 134 In. min. 1.50-2.00; Eclipse 2 in. and up 2.00, I3 in. min. 1.50; New Day 2 in. and up 2.50; South Haven 2 in. and up 1.75-2.25. 1J4 in. min. 1.00-1.25: Hileys 2 in. and up 1.75-2.00; bu. boxes TJ. S. No. Is Hale Havens 2V4 In. and ud 2.09; N. J. no grade marks some mismarked as to size, bu. bskt. Sun Highs 2"3 in. min. and up 1.60-3.00, 2V4 in. min. and up 1.50-1.75, 2 in. min. and up 1.50-2.75; Golden East 2'-i in. min. and up 1.75-3.00; 21. in. min. and up 1.25-2.50. 2 in. min. and up 1.00-2.00, 134 in. min. 75-1.00; Eclipse 2' in. min. and up 1.25-2.00, 21 in. min. end up 1.00-2.00, 2'a in. min. and up 1.00-2.00. 134 in. min. 85. Fire Glow 2Va in. and up 3.00, 2',4 In. min. 2.00-2.50, 2 in. min. 1.75, 13 in. min. 85; Golden Glow 2'4 in. and up 1.75. 2 in. nd up 1.75: New Day 2V4 in. and up 1.75; Triogems 2 in. and up 1.50-2.00. 134 in. min. 1.25; Golden Jubilees 21 in .and up 2.00, 2 in. min. 1.50; Hale Havens 2 in. min. 1.00-1.50; Pacemakers 3 in. and up 3.00, 2 in. min. 1.75. 2 in. min. 1.50, 34 bu. bskt. Golden East 2Vi in. and up 1.62li-75: Sun High 2 in. and up 1.50; ? bu. bskt. Golden East 2V4 in. and up 85. 2 in. min. 65, 13 in. min. 50; Golden Jubilees 24 in. and up 85. 2 :n. min. 65. 13,4 in. min. 50, Hale Havens 2V2 in and up 1.00. PEARS Pears: Clapps favorite bu. bask. 1.62,i-2.00, poorer 1.00-1.50. Va bu. bask. 75-1.25. Peppers: N. J. bu. bask, and bu. hampers Calif Wonders 1.50-2.25. smaller 1.25-375i. other bullnose type 1.50-75. smaller 1.00-1.25, reds 1.00-1.50. tew 1.75, Italianelles 1.25-50. long hots 1.00. Potatoes: 100 lb. sacks. Cobbrers unwashed TJ. S. No. Is 3.00. Radishes: Bunched, red, lugs N. J 40-50. L. Is. 75-90. Scallions and green onions: N. J. per bunch 5. L. Is. 1 3-5 bu boxes bunched 1.50, per bunch 6. Sour grass: 1 3-5 bu. boxes 1.50. Spinach: Savoy type Pa. bu. bask. 1.00; N. Y. Orange Co. sect. bu. bask. 1.00-1 . 1 2 Va , Adirondack sect. L. A crates fine qual. 5.00; L. Is. 1 3-5 bu. boxes 1.50. Squash: N. J. Italian type V2 bu. bask. 50-1.25, bu. bask, large 50-1.00, lugs medium size 50-1.00, yellow straighnecks a bu. bask. 50-75. bu. bask. 1.00-1.25, Acron type bu. bask. 2.00-2.25. N. Y. bu. bask. Italian type 1.00-1.75, yellow straight- necks 50-75. L. Is. bu bask. Italian type 1.00. Swiss chard: 1 3-5 bu. boxes 75-1.25. . TOMATOES Tomatoes: N. J. 12 qt. bask. 50-1. 00. few 1.25, poorer 25. lugs 85-1.25, poorer 35, plum type Va bu. bask. 50-1.00, lugs 50-1.00, 12 qt. bast. 50-65; N. Y. lugs green 5x6 1.50, 6x6 best 1.75-2.25, few best 2.50-75, poorer 1.12Ia-50, 6x7 1.50- 2.00, poorer 1 00, 7x7 1.00-1.25, poorer all sires low as 75. Wire bound crates approx. 60 lb. 5x5-5x8 3.00, few 4.00, apple boxes l.ao-z.oo smaller sue 1.00, 12 qt. bask, lew 1.00, Pa. 12 qt. bask. 75-1.00, wrapper i.o-75. poorer 60-1. co. Turnips: Topped and washed N. J bu. bask, white 1.50. yellow 100, L. Is. 50 lb sacks yellow 1.00. Philadelphia Quotations ' PHILADELPHIA . Aug. 8 U.R Trading was generally light for a Monday on the Philadelphia wholesale produce market to day, according to the Federal-State Market News Service of the USD A. Apples, cib- bage, green corn, cantaloupes, and tomatoes showed a lower price trend. Cucumbers barley steady. White poatoes firm to slightly stronger. Peaches about steady. - Apples: Bu. and boxes 2V2 in. N. J. Summer Rambos 1.50-1.65; Dimsdales 1.50; Starrs 1.25-1.50; Wealthies 1.25; Pa. Summer Rambos 1.50-1.75; , Gravenstlnes fair 1.25-1.50. BEANS Lima beans: N. J. bu. some fair 1.50-2 00, many ordinary 1.00-1.25; Pa. bskt. 1.00. Snap beans: Bu. Pa. Valentines large 1.50-2.00. poorer 1.00-1.25; Bountifuls ordinary 1.00-1.25; N. J. Valentines poor 75- 1.00. Blackberries: N. J. 24 qt. crates many ripe and small 3.00-4.00, best mostly 3.50- 4 00. Blueberries: N. 3. cultivated per pt. 23-33. Cabbace: Pa. and N. 3 50 lb. sacks round type 2 00-3.50, mostly 2.25. small and poorer 1.00-1.75. Cantaloupes: N. J. bskt. Fordhdbks and Hale's best 75-1.00, poorer Hale's 50, Pride O' Wisconsin 1.00, few best 1.40-1.50. Jenny Linds 85. Del. mostly Hale's Best 2-3 crates 24s, 2.00-2.25, one mark 2.75. ripe and poorer 1.00-1.50, flats 12s 1.50-1.75, fair 1.00-1.25, pony 12s 1.50-2.25, mostly 1.75-2.00. Celery: N. J. crates Golden Heart large size 1.75. Pascal medium 1.00-1.25. hearts per bun. golden and Pascal 3-4, small Pascal 2. CORN Corn. Green: Sacks yellow various counts mostly ordinary to fair N. J. and Pa. 40-75. few Pa'. 80, poorer low as 25. bu. yellow N. J. 50-75, Pa. 50-75, some best 85-1.O0, poorer 25, Pa. crates best 1.00, few 1.25, poorer 50-60. Cucumbers: Pa. and N. J. bu. 1.65-2.00, large and ordinary to fair 75-1.00. Eggplant: N. J. bu. 75-1.00. mostly T5, High Bush 1.15-1.25, few best 1.65-1.75. Onions: N. J. 50 lb. sacks yellows, fair 1.00. PEACHES Peaches: Bu. N. J. 2V4 in. Golden East 2-2.50. ordinary to fair 1.25-1.75, Golden Globes 2-2.25, Sun Highs 2.75. Midways 1.75-12, Hale Havens 2-2.25. poorer $1. Pa. 2 in. coloras 1.50-1.75. July Albertas 1.75, Golden Jubilees 1.50-$2, South Haven few sales 2.25'. PeoDers: N. J. bu. bull nose type 1.25- 1.50, small and fair 1-1-15, California Wonders 1.75-J2. Potatoes: 10O-lb. sacks N. J. TJ. S. No. 1 some size A Katahdins 3-3.25. heavy to minimum size and poorer 2.50-2.90, cobblers mostly heavy to minimum 2.50-2.85, some best large 3.10-3.25. Pa. cobblers U. S. 1 2.75-$3. Squash: N. J. bask, green 75-$!. few 1.15. larpe 40-60c, yellow 50-75c, few $1, white 50-75C Tomatoes: s bask, many ordinary to fair N. J. 50-$l, mostly 75. some best 1.25, few 1 50, very few higher, poorer 25-40c, Pa. 50-$!, few 1.25. one mark few $2, poorer 40c, Pa. and N. J. 12-qt. bask. 40-75c. . EGGS, BUTTER Eggs: Market steady to firm. Nearby specials in light receipt. Prices advanced 2c on heavyweight white, 1 cent on large white and brown. Offering of midwestern eggs fully ample to spotty demand. Prices unchanged to higher. Top quality heavyweight midwestern whites 63-64. Wholesale grade minimum 40 per cent A quality mixed color, few 55 cents. Limited offerings of medium cleared readily to good demand. Wholesale selling prices: Specials extra large 65-69. large 63-6-6. medium 57-59. extras; extra large 60-64. large 57-60. medium 52-57. standard 51-54. Butter market weak. Trading light under slow demand. Supply Tully ample but not burdensome. Prices fractionally lower on grade A. Wholesale selling prices grade A, 622-62?; ; grade B, 5934. Commodily Prices Reported daily bv Laird it Co. DuPont Building WHEAT . Open H:gh Low Noon Sept. ....... 2053 COG' 2053 ZQoH Dec 208?4 309H 20834 209 March 209 209 208Ta 209! CORN Sept. 126s 127i 12fis 1267, Dec Ill' 117" 1171, 1174 March 1204 1203i 120'4 120's Grain Market rHT-AO Auff. 8 iJP). Grains were mixed at the opening on the Board of Trade today. Feed grains showed early firmness but wheat was inclined to lag. Wheat started 3 cent lower to 3a higher. September $2.05 3: corn was 'i lower to 3. hicrh.r. Seniember Sl.27-1.26 5, and oats were ' higher September 66 5-34. Soybeans were -4 to one cent mjacr, November $2.38 3-2.39. U. S. Treasury Report WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 OP). The position of the Treasury Aug. 4 compared with corresponding date a year ago: Net budget receipts, $77,663,653.44; $120,644,819.39. Budget expenditures, $146,175,959.- 85; $86,628,861.00. Cash balance, $3,682,932,995.21; $4,- 952.021,178.38. Customs receipts for month, $5,- 481,466.46; $5,960,467.84. Budget receipts fiscal year July 1, $2,389,992,042.96 ; $2,525,797,424.34. Budget expenditures fiscal year, $4,037,015,789.39; $4,116.967,750.47x. Budget deficit, $1,647,023,746.43; $1.591,170,326.13x. Total debt, $254,400,690,482.50; $253,276,038,968.97. Increase over previous day, $174,- 672,056.39. Gold assets, $24,562,165,841.15; $23,678,866,203.12. x Figure includes Foreign Economic Cooperation trust fund expenditures. Baltimore Livestock BALTIMORE. Aug. 8 6P). (USDA1 Cat-tle-1800-200 holdovers; run approximately 34 loads slaughter streers, 3 loads stockers and feeder steers, balance cows and bulls; slaughter steers consist mainly common and average good grass fat and grained on grass kind: early trade tnostly out of town account and confined largely to slaughter steer division; very little done on she stock and bulls; compared with Thursday slaughter steers steady: good cows about steady, others weak to 25 cents lower. other glasses unchanged: several loads medium to good slaughter steers 23.00-25.50: bulk 23.50-24.50: odd good grain fed steers early 2-6.00-50; common and medium grassers 21.50-23.00. some cutter and common kinds 19.00-20.50: odd lots common and medium heifers 20.00-21.00: few cutters down to 18.00: canner and cutter cows 11.00-15.00: common and medium 15.50-17.50: few good kinds 18.00-19.00: load light weight canner bull 16.50: odd head cutter to medium 17.00-9.00; few common and medium stocker steers 20.00-23.25. Calves 400 trading slow, prices steady witrf Thursday; good and choice quoted 25.00-28.00; common and medium 18.00-24.00. Hogs 1400 slow, bidding generally 25 cents lower all weights butchers and sows: few early sales good and choice 180-225 lb. barrows and gilts 23.50-75. odd lot sorted mainly choice at 24.00 and doubl rail shipped 195 lb. averages at 24.00; 225-260 lbs. 22.50-23.00: 260-300 lbs. 22.00-25: 160-180 lbs. 23.00-25; good and choice sows under 400 lbs. 1.25-50: 400-450 lbs. 15.75-16.00: 450 lbs. up 13.75 down: stags 2.03 under sows: garbage fed hogs 1.50-3.00 under same weight grain feds. Sheep 250 light receipts mainly medium and good spring lambs steady with Thursday; odd good and choice at 26.00; some common and medium 20.00-23.00; good and choice slaughter ewes quoted steady a 8.00 the top., Chicago Livestock CHICAGO. Aug. 8 (JP). USDA). Sal able hogs 9,000: moderately active, steady on butchers; sows active and steady to 25 cents higher: top 23.25: bulk good and choice 180-260 pounds 22.50-23.00; 270-290 pounds 21.50-22.50; 300-325 pounds 20.25-21.50; good but mixed 350 pounds at 19.50; choice 410 pound butchers 18.00: good and choice 150-170 pounds lignts 21.00-22. so; most good and choice sows under- 360 pounds 18. 75-zo. oo: lew unaer 300 pounds as high as 20.75: 375-400 pounds 17.25-18.50: 400-450 pounds 16.25-17.50; 475-550 pounds 14. 50-16.00; lew up to eoo pounas averages down to 13.50; good clearance. Salable cattle, 14.000; salable .calves 400; slaughter cittle steady to strong: de mand broidest for good and. choice steers and heifers; top 28.25 for two loads choice 1,180-1.307 pound steers: few loads 28.00; bulk good and choice steers and heifers 25.25-27.75; best heifers in load lots 27.00; high-medium and lew-good steers 23.50-25; common grassers down to 18.50; common and medium cows 14.50-17.50; canners and cutters 11.50-14.50: medium and good sausage bulls 18.00-20.50; common to choice vealers 21.00-27.00; practical top 26.50; stockers and feeders steady: good to choice light feeding yearlings 24.00; good steers calves 24.00. Salable rtieeo, 1.500: market not established: generally bidding lower on lambs and yearling3 wethers, steady on ewes. Cotton Market NEW YORK. Aug. 8 P. Cotton futures opened 65 cents to $1.85 a bale higher. Prev. Close Open Oct j 29.70 29.83-86 Dec. 29.62 23.83 March 29.60 39.76 May , 29. 50 29.66-68 July 28.68 29.13-16 Oct 37.05 27.30-42 Cotton futures opened strong in early dealings today, influenced by a lower than expected government dbtton report. The market subsequently lost a good part of the gains on profit taking and hedging. The Department, of Agriculture forecast the 1949 cotton crop at 14.805,000 bales, or slighUy under last year's production of 14,8M,000. The report was 478.000 bales under the average guess of New York Cotton Exchange members However, traders said the report had not altered prospects for a further building up of a cotton surplus during the current season. Noon -prices were 45 to 85 cents a bale higher than the previous close. Oct. 29.79. Dec. 29.75 and March 33.71. Obituary Elwood J. Haughey The funeral of Elwood J. Haughey, 76, of 9 Rockford Road, will be held tomorrow from the Mealey Funeral Home. Requiem mass at St. Ann's Church wiU follow at 9:30 o'clock and interment will be in St. Joseph 's-on-the-Brandywine Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight. Mr. Haughey, retired textile worker, died Saturday at his home. A former emoloye of Joseph Bancroft and Sons, he was well-known as a local boxing enthusiast. Mr. Haughey, son of the late Peter and Mary Jane Haughey, was unmarried. He is survived by two nieces, Mrs. Nellie Smith of Newport and Mrs. Katie Champion of Atlantic City. He was a member of St. Ann's Holy Name Society. Mrs. Pearl H. Smith Mrs. Pea:l H. Smith, 59, Wilmington nurse for many years, died Saturday at her home at 606 West Sixth Street, after a long illness. Mrs. Smith had worked as a practical nurse in hospitals and on nrivate cases here. The widow of Frank Smith, she was born in Middletown and had lived in this area all her life. She is survived by her parents. Mr. and M:s Isaac Guessford, of Newport, and a brother, Arthur H. Guessford, Odessa. Funeral services and interment will be pirvate. Fiiends may call at the James F. Hearn Funeral Home, 3202 Market Street, tonight. Mrs. Hilda G. Erickson Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday for Mrs. Hilda G. Erickson, 95, who died yesterday at her home at 2232 Pine Street, after an illness of one week. Mrs. Erickson was born in Os-teryotland, Sweden, and came to this country in 1381', settling in Wilmington. At one time, she was a member of the old Swedish Methodist Church here. Her husband, Gustave Erickson, died in 1918. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Lewis Townsend, with whom she lived; two brothers and a sister in Sweden, 15 , grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. The Rev. L. E. Werner of Brandy-wine Methodist Church, will conduct the services at the McCrery Funeral Home, 2700 Washington Street. Interment will be in River-view Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tomorrow night. Mrs. Isabelle B. McAteer Funeral services will be held Wednesday for Mrs. Isabelle B. McAteer, 78, who died suddenly at her home at 111 West Thirty-seventh Street Saturday. Mrs. McAteer, widow of John McAteer, of the Wilmington police force, was a lifelong resident of this city. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. B. S. shepherd and Mrs. Harry E. Brunhamer, both of this city .and Mrs. Herbert Shaw of Stonehurst, Pa.; a sister, Mrs. George W. Ridell, Sr., of Wilmington: four brothers. William O. and Robert Pierce of West Grove, Ivan Pierce of West Chester, and Cecil Pierce of Oxford, Pa.; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. The services will be held at 9 a. m. from her home, with requiem mass at 9:30 o'clock at St. Ann's Church. Interment will be in Cathedral Cemetery. Friends may call at the home tomorrow night. Leroy J. Reynolds Leroy J. Reynolds, 60. died today at his home on the New London Road, near Newark. Mr. Reynolds had been a farmer in the Newaik area -for 25 years. He was born in Rising Sun, Md. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Margaret Reynolds; eight daughters, Mrs. Frances Shires, Colora, Md.; Mrs. Lucy Kendall, Centeiville, Del.; Mrs. Helen D. Rowe, of Newark; Mrs. Rachel Dutton, of Lum-brook; Mrs. Nellie Holland, of Mar-shallton; Miss Evelyn. Reynolds, of Elkton; Mrs. Grace Cocherhan, of Elkton; and Miss Margaret Reynolds, of Newark. Four sons, Allen Reynolds, Glasgow; Leroy Reynolds, Jr., Lindsay Reynolds, and James Reynolds, all of Newark, also survive as do two brothers, Herbert Reynolds of Rock Springs. Md.; and Mr. Harold Reynolds of Newark. Funeral services will be held from the liellender Funeral Home. 254 West Main Street, in Newark, at 2 p. m., Thursday. Interment will be at Newark Cemetery. Friends and relatives may. call at the funeral home Wednesday evening after 7 o'clock. Mrs. Isabella S. Combs Mrs. Isabella Stearrett Combs, widow of Tylor A. Combs and daughter of the late William and Cathe rine Stearrett, died today at her home, 22 West Thirty-eighth Street. She had been ill for several years. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Ida Hutton, of Wilmington; a son, Ma j : Tylor Combs, now with the Army in Japan; and a "sister, Mrs. Ida M. Carroll, also of Wilmington. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 9 a. m. from the Mealey Funeral Home at 703 North Broom Street, and will be followed by a requiem mass at Christ Our King Church at 9:30 o'clock. Interment will be at Catb.edral Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday evening after 7 o'clock. It is requested that flowtrs be omitted. Coca-Cola Earnings NEW YORK, Aug. : 8 OP). Coca-Cola Co. . reported today for six months ended June 30 surplus earnings available for the common stock amounted to $16,936,234, equal to $4.12 a share, compared with $15,-285,788, or $3.72 a share, in the like months in 1948. Coca-Cola International Corp. for the June quarter: 1949 1948 Net profit $1,531,652 $1,545,602 A share $3.21 $8.22 No Dearth of Clubs HARRISBTJRG, Pa. (INS). Pennsylvania lists 4,134 "private clubs" qualifying for a special $50 license under the state's monopoly liquor law. New York has only 908 similar clubs. - Massachusetts 734 and Michigan 526. James Faulkner Dies After Attack at Home James Faulkner, 57, of 7 Green-bank Road, Price's Corner, died at the Wilmington General Hospital today two hours after admittance. Coroner vVilliam Smith, Jr., said that Faulkner had been taken from his home to the hospital on instruction of his physician. He said that. Faulkner died of a cerebral hem- orrhage. An employe of the Pullman. Company for 31 years, Mr. Faulkner was also a member of Oriental Lodge, A. F. and A. M., and the Manitou Tribe 18, Order of Red Men. He is survived by his widow, Agatha McCullough Faulkner; five children, James A. Faulkner, of Richardson Park; John H. and Miss Elizabeth P. Faulkner, of . Mr. Faulkner's address, and Mrs. Ber-nice Shetzler and Mrs. Dorothy Wiggins, both of Wilmington Manor; and by a brother, Arthur Faulkner, of Price's Corner. Funeral services will be held at 11 o'oclock Thursday morning at the Spicr Funeral Home, Twenty-fourth and Market Streets. The Rev. Christian Peters will officiate. Interment will be at Gracelawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday evening after 7 o'clock. Olher Deaths REV. DR. WILLIAM L. STIDGER In Newton, Mass.; 64; professor at Boston University School of Theology; author of 53 b ooks and pioneer first course in radio preaching for any theological center. PERCY E. NEWBERRY In Surrey, England; 80; noted Egyptologist and a member of the expedition to Egypt which discovered the tomb of Tut-ankh-amen in 1922. PERCY A. ARMSTRONG In Westport, Conn.; 66: noted metal- ludgist and leader in development of complex stainless alloys; an early developer of stainless steel and holder of more than 100 paten t. MISS WILLIAM LINCOLN HARDEE In New York City; 58; kmrvn as Lillian Brogan, noted designer and manufacturer of children's clothes. Births HECK-To Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leon Heck, Jr.. of 300 Franklin Street. Wesi Chester. Pa., at the Delaware Hospital on Aug. 7. a daughter. SAN SON E To Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Sansone. 506 North Scott Street, at the Delaware Hospital on Aug. 7, a son. STILLWELL To Mr. and Mrs. James B. Stillwell, 1405 North Clayton Street, at the Delaware Hospital on .Aug. 6, a daughter. STROUD To Mr. and Mrs. Macon Stroud. Newport, at the Delaware Hospital on Aug. 6. a daughter. PORTER To Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette) Porter, Jr.. Silverbrook Gardens, at the Delaware Hospital on Aug. 6. a ion. MOTZ Io Mr. and Mrs. Karl Motz. of Claymont, at the Delaware Hospital on Aug. 6, a daughter. KRONE To Mr. and Mrs. Edwsrd Krone. 400 Seventh Avenue, at the Delaware Hospital on Aug. 6. a daughter. HOKSCH To Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Hoksch. 1003 Delaware Avenue, at the Delaware Hospital on Aug. 7. a daughter. DiORIO To Mr and Mrs. Michael Di-Orlo, of Shipside, at the Delaware Hospital on Aug. 6, a daughter. COLELLA To Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Colella. of Wilmington Manor, at the Delaware Hospital on Aug. 6. a daughter TEOLI To Mr. and Mrs. James Teoli. 1925 Lake View Road. Canby Park, at The Memorial Hospital on .ug. 8, a daughter. ffDREWS To Mr. and Mrs. George Andrews, 225 Shipley Street, at The Memorial Hospital on Aug. 8. a son. FENTON To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fen-ton, of Shipside. at The Memorial Hospital on Aug. 6. a daughter. KELLY To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly, of Kennett Square, Pa., at The Memorial Hospital on Aug. 7. a son. MACHULSKI To Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Machulskl. 322 South Clayton Street, at The Memorial Hospital on Aug. 7. a son. VINCENT To Mr. and Mrs. William Vincent, of Newark, at The Memorial Hospital on Aug. 6, a son. WHITTAKER To Mr. and Mrs. John Whittaker, 712 Curlett Street, at The Memorial Hospital on Aug. 6, a daughter. WOOD To Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wood. 232 Lombard Street, at The Memorial Hospital on Aug. 6. a daughter. HINTON To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hin-ton, 419 Somh Street, New Castle, at the St. Francis Hospital on Aug. 8. a son. FITZGERALD To Mr. and Mrs. Ro-mond Fitzgerald. 937 Lombard Street, at the St. Francis Hospital on Aug. 7, a son. POTZER To Mr. and Mrs. Louis Potzer, of Smyrna, at the Wilmington General Hospital on Aug. 7. a son. E.. -Ot JfaineA FUNERAL HOKE JOHN W. SPICER Smcteuor 24TH & MARKET STS. , Ph. 5-6611. 148 f JAS. T.. JR.. & IAS T. CTI fy t Mon on request at any time. TTl 1 Silverbrook Cemetery J Hon well-informed arc yon? Most people have insufficient knowledge on the subject to fully appreciate the value of modern funeral service. You pay us a visit and secure information that will stand you in good stead at some future time, wherever and whenever the need to call a funeral director may. arise., Yeatmam Son FUNERAL DIRECTORS ei7-l9-ZIWASHIKGTSM$r FHOMC -USS til Nineteen Twin Falls Leaves rr.i waiic Virforv. Which x ne a win ci..- t-.,,v, o nanrn of WOOdDUlD from the Pacific Coast to the Wilmington Marinp Terminal, left Saturday. The American Traveler, which will load paper-making machinery at the i : i rnrnn? and the Estner ter iiiiiini i "i"vi'" 0 Thorden, which has a cargo of woodpulp from Nova acoua iui w. terjninal, will both arrive here on Friday. IV MEMORMM In lovln memory oi H' ""LV lfl William I. Smith who ost his 1 ' M M mm CAT. rKL. rTance lor ma cuutw "i,r--i.-.T We cannot say ndw we..wV,.? vll with Our boy is dead he Is Just away ti n He i ABdVr7d Tw.Vinto- ,V unknjg We think of him always In the ame aear BlllyW"s'not dead he Is lust away. Sadly missea py w--. Death Notices COMBS In this city on Auiust 8. 1949. Isabella, wife cf the late Tyler A Comb and daughter of the late William ana Catherine Stearrett. Relatives, nd frl;nds are invited to attend the funeral front The Mealey Funeral Home. 103 North Broom Streel. , on ,janrSu. ".. ... ... AUgUSl 10 at s oi'"- iv. ; n,,, K nf time). Reauiem mass at Christ Our Kina Church at 9 30 o'clock i"""' , Cathedral Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday evenins aner o omit flowers. ERICKSON In this city on Auiust 6. 1949. Hilda G.. wife of the Il e. Erickson of 2232 Pine Street. aeed BS years. Relatives and friends are Invited to i attend the services at the McCrery Funeral Home. 2700 Washington Street. on Wednesday afternoon. August 1 t,"? o'clock (daylight saving tlme. Interment at Riverview Cemetery. Friends may call at, the funeral home Tuesday evening after 7:00 o'clock. Ftjt.KNER In this city, on Auus 8. 1949. James, husband of Agatha Mt. CuKoush Faulkner, aeed 57 years. H'i tivs and friends are invited to attera th? funeral services at The John w. Soicer Funeral Home, successor to William E Haines. Twenty-fourth and Market Streets, on Thursday morning. August 11 at 11 o'clock. Interment it Grace-lawn M-moriai Park. Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday evening after 7 o'clock. GRUWEtX In Milford Memorial Hospital. on August S. 1949. Cooper, husband of the late Eva Dill Gruwell. aged 76 ve"-Relatives and friends are invited to at ten a ton. Friends 'may call Monday evening. HAUGHEY In this city on August 8. 1949. Elwood J., son of the late Peter and Mary Jane Haughey Relatives. .Jf members of The Hojy Name Society and employes of the Joseph, Bancroft Co.. ar invited to attend the funeral from The Mealey Funeral Home. 703 North Broom Street, on Tuesday morning. August 9. at 9:00 o'clock idayllght saving timet. Requiem mass at St. Ann s Church at 9 -0 o'clock. Interment at St. Josephs Cemetery On-the-Brandywine. Friends may call this evening after 7:00 o clocx. ICVATOWSKI In this city on August 7. 1949. Benjamin W.. husband of Ann nee Dernowski Ignatowski of 1118 Chestnut Street. Relatives, friends and all organizations of which he was a member are invited to attend the funeral froni The Gornowski Funeral Home. 500 South Van Buren Street, on Thursday mornina. August 11 at 8 o'clock (daylight savirn time). Requiem mass at St. Hedwig s R. C. Church at 9 o'clock. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. Friends my call Wednesday evening after 6 o'clock. McATEER In this city on August 6. 1845, TcaK.l'. t nMnw nf .tnhn frAteer Rel atives and friends are invited to af.end the funeral from her late residence. Ill West Thirty-seventh Street, on Wednesday morning. August 10 at 8:30 o'clock. Requiem mass at St. Ann's Church, at 9:30 o'clock. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. Friends may call on Tuesday evening 7 to 9 o'clock. McNTE In Golt. Maryland, on August 1949. Stephen J., husband of Rena E. McNee. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the Dan:els Funeral Home in Townsend. Delaware, on Wednesday morning. August 10 at t o'clock. Solemn requiem mass In St. Joseph's R. C. Church. Middletown. Delaware at 9:30 o'clock. Interment at Town-send Cemeter?. Friends may call at th funeral home Tuesday evening after 7:00 o'clock. REYNOLDS Near Newark. Del., on August 8. 1949. LeRcy. hu&band of Mar-caret Revr.old?. aed 60 years. Relative and friends are invited to attend the funeral services from The Ira C. Fhel-lender Funeral Home. 254 Wit Main Street. Newark. Del., on Thursday afternoon Ausust 11. at 2 o'clock dvl!nrt javme tlmei. Interment at N'twrrk Cemetery. Friends mi v call at the) funeral home Wednesday evening after 7 o'clock. ROBERTS In Newark. Del., on August 7. 1949, Laura, mother of Eva Harris, aged 88 years. Relatives and fr ends ara invited to. attend the funeral from her late residence 82 Cleveland Avenue. Newark. Del., on Tuesday afternoon. August 9. at 1 o'clock (daylight saving timet. Services at Mt. Zion U. A. M. E. Church at 2 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Zkn Cemetery. Friends may call this evenm from 7 to 9 o'clock. STERLING In Middletown. Del . on August 5. 1949. Eohralm. husband of Marian Hill SterMng. Relatives, friends and order of the Railroad Telegraphers. Del-marva Division, are invited to attend th funeral services at The G. Letter Daniels Funeral Home. Middletown. Del., on Tuesday afternoon. August 9. at 2 o'clock id lizht saving 'ime. Interment at St. Oeorg's Cemetery. St. Oorre Del. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday evening after 7 o'clock. SMITH In this city on August 6 1949. Pearl H. Smith of West Sixth Street, aged 59 years. Funeral services and Interment private on Tuesdav. Friends mi call at The James F. Hearn Funeral Home. 3202 Market Street on Monday evening after 7:00 o'clock. McCrery Fn.emrea' Air Conditioned 2700 WASHINGTON ST. 3 tarf fror witk Wi'rti fipt Orgaa OUR FUNERAL COSTS MEET PRESENT DAY CONDITIONS B Z Locc it 0 ni FUNERAL HOME Located la an Accessible Z Residential Area $Phila. Pike at Rodman Rd. lor of rrN-Nv hill j PtJONfc HOLLY OAK 7396 Z the services at ine erry, runei.i Felton. Del., on Tuesday afternoon. August 9. at 1 o'clock (daylight saving time. In-. , t oiiv rmeterv. near Fel- CREMATORIUM fe J We hav a modern Crematorium fZ which often you complete, acl- fey BmaHi m .. mm V.

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