The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 18, 1958 · Page 23
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RIAL ESTATE-11 LISTINGS WANTON —nr "APPENDICITIS" Should I operate on myself or employ a surgeon? • "FOR SALE" Should 1 sell myself ot employ « reliable Realtor? We need listing cm all types of rtomw and havs ready and qualified buyers. "TO BUY" or "TO SILL'* "We Serve You Wei I" Austin Realty Co. : 105 N. St. Paul. HE 3-5035 BUSINESS HAS BEEN GOOD CONSEQUENTLY our listings are getting low. We are missing sales because we are unable to furnish bur customers with the type or priced property desired. We might have sold your home today had we known it was fot sale. LETS TALK IT OVER TODAY! FLANNERY^ 205-A N, Main—HE 3-5688 AUTOMOTIVE-12 CABS, TRUCKS^ CARS, AUTOMOTIVE-12 ACCESSORIES —UB Sensational - New Southwind Mlnit Heatl CAN BE INSTALLED ON ALL CARS • Fast heating • Fast defrosting • dcfogging • Fast engine warm ups • Save motor wear and tear • Save gasoline Have your dealer ot service man check into this new winter comfort for you. AUSTIN CARB. & ELECT. CO. , 211 E. Maple - HE 3-2397 WANTED TO BUT —1ZD BURNED, wrecked oara 6 truck*. Wells. Minn. Auto part*, call WE buy eara Midway Car Salea. TOP prices for your old or wrecked cars. American Auto Part*. 1303 Oakland HE 7-1989 CARS. TRUCKS, BUSES -1IB USED TRUCK CLEARANCE Pickups: 1957 IHC ft Ton — $1200.00 1953 Dodge V 4 Ton — Clean 1919 IHC KB-2 Excellent Harlcy D. No. 74 Motorcycle $325. 2 Ton Farm and Commercial: 1958 IHC AC-162 2 ton—Like new. New rubber • 2 speed $2750. 1957 IHC SC - 162 LAV.B. — 2 Speed. 30,000 miles - clean $2050. 1952 Ford F-600 - Clean. 1955 CMC - 373 - Nice - $1550. 1951 IHC L-162 - with Hoist $575.- 1950 IHC L-162 with body and hoist $955. 1949 Ford F-600 - 2 speed - clean. 19-19 Chev. 6100 - Clean. Tractors: 1957 VCO-205 Int. Completely overhauled. 1957 V-205 IHC overhauled • like new. » 1955 R-195 IHC - 2 speed - 450 En«. 1954 R-195 IHC - New Guarantee - completely overhauled. 1952 White 3022 - complete tractor - clean - $1250. McCORMICK Farm Store Highway 218 N. HE 3-2344 Pre-Christmas SALE On All A-l USED CARS 1958 PorcJ 300 H.P. V-8 Fairlarte;"500"~2 cfr. Vie- torla. Complete with fill accessories including Ford 0- AAatic trans, and power steering. $2395 1956 Ford V-8 Pairlane with heater, radio and economical overdrive. Clean throughout. $1375 1955 Ford V-8 Custom 6 Pass. Station Wagon with Ford-0-Matic. A real sharp looking red & white wagon. $1295 1958 Mercury Montclalr 4 dr. Sedan With power steering, power brakes, elec. window lifts, seat-0-matic and Merc-0-Matic trans. $2875 1957 Ford Custom 4 dr. Sedan has all the necessary equipment and only 17,000 actual miles. $1345 1956 Dodge Coronet V-8 4 dr. Sedan with push button drive. One owner and clean as they come. . $1395 1954 Chevrolet 4 dr. Station wagon. Extra nice. You would be proud to own this one. $975 1953 Lincoln 4 dr. Sedan with every conceivable option. A beaut that must be seen to be appreciated. $875 1952 Buick Riviera 2 dr. Hardtop with automatic trans. A good looking Red car with a Black top. $375 1947 DeSoto 4 dr. Sedan. A good second car for anyone. AUTOMOTIVE-12 {AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Thursday, Dec. 18, 1958 MARKET —12E 23 CHRISTMAS SPECIALS!' Used Cars at a Bargain 1958'Plymouth 4 Dr. 1957 Plymouth'4 Dr. 1957 Plymouth 2.Dr. 1957 Chrysler 2 Dr. 1955 Chevrolet 4 Dr. 1954 Ford—A Dandy. 1956 Nash—Glean. 1953 Ford—Good. 10 OTHER GOOD USED CARS « Austin Autb Co. 215 E. Mill 0pen Evenings ZOO-2JO 220-230 230-240 240-290 330-280 260-270 270-2M 280-290 290-300 l)rid!fij 270-300 . 300*330 330-360 380-100 •00-4JO '50-500 WU5SO 550-Up Eastern Strike Hard on Miami Resort Men MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - The Eastern Air Lines strike, now in its 24th day, is costing Miami area resort men an estimated six million dollars a week. The grounded Eastern planes normally'bring 177,000 passengers to Florida during December. A company spokesman said only 15 ser cent of these can be handled jy other airlines serving the state. In a little over two months you'll be wishing you had completed your income tax report now. Now is a good time to be glad that Uncle Sam doesn't tax you on what you think you're worth. We'll bet that dietitians have a harder time keeping figures straight than accountants. STOCKS YORK (AP) — 1 p.m. Nn 2 14.75 15.75 16.75 ,.17.75. ..17,74. ..17.45. ,.17.15. ..16,85. ..16.55. ,.16.25. ..15.85. ..15.65. ..15.35. NO. 3 ...17.35 ...n.sa ...17.05 ...16.75 ...16.45 ...16.15 ...15.85 ...15.55 ...15.25 ...14.05 ot the Ws ...14.85 ...14.60 ...14.35 ...14.10 ...13.60 ...1310 ...12.CO ,j^ »«u«Bu»7( I/CC* IBs ItflHf the following prices were paid at Austin. Burrows tnd uiits uradifit NO. i 180-170 170-160 180-1W) 190-200 18.15... ...18.15... 17.88... «..««•«..17.55... 17.25... .....1...16.85... .........16.65.., 16.35... .........16.05... 15.75.., :tfr of iced the SMITH- 11 »ame wgt eiassfitcatton PACKING SOWS No I Nil. 2 * ..16.65....15.25 15.40;,..1500 ..15.15....14.75 ...14.90.... 14.50 ,.J,... .14X0. ...14.00 , 13.80.... 13.50 , ..13.40.... 13.00 . 12.90. ...12.50. ...12.10 STAGS 3tags under 400 9.50 Stags 400*600 8.75 Stags over 000 7.75 underftntshed cull or filled tings ust M discounted according!; All nogs are subject to government in- ipeetmn 1051 SPniNO LAMB MARKET Choice & Prime 18.50 Obolco .19.00 Good 17.50-18.50 Medium ,,,, 16.50-17.00 Common ...12.00 down AH buck ambs discounted Si per hundred weight by grade, Lambs 100 to 105 pounds'discounted lOc per cwt pet pound over 100 pounds. Lambs 105 pounds & over discounted 20 cents per cwt. over 105 pounds. VEAt MAKKET 7eal calves of all weights and class's nurchased Oholoe 180-230 99.50-31.00 Oood 180-230 26.50-28.00 Standard 24.50-26.00 Utility 180-230 Ibs 22.00-23.00 Choice heavy 240-300 Iba. ..27.00-28.00 Good heavy 240-300 Ibs. ..25.00-26.00 Culls all weight 9,00-18.00 All calves over 300 Ibs, discounted S3 CWT Veal calves will be Accepted at Austin until 9:30 a.m. Friday No market on Saturday Prominent Socialite Is Charged With Murdering Wealthy Father DffiDHAM, Mass. (AP)-Socially prominent Miss Isabel Russell, 45, is charged with murder in the death of her father, a onetime wealthy business executive. The body of Joseph B. Russell, 74, was found Sept. 1 under shrub bery at the family's palatial estate in West wood, a fashionable suburb about of Boston. A medical 12 miles southwest examination report showed Russell's chest had been crushed and his back broken. It was not until Miss Russell was brought to court Wednesday that it was learned a police investigation had been under way. Cisheveled, and her hair stringy after battling with arresting officers, Miss Russell pleaded innocent before District Court Judge Gilbert W. Cox. Before entering court, Miss Russell said: "I did not kill my father. 1 don't know what this Is all about, The last time I saw my father was at midnight last September. The next time was when I saw him lying on the ground outside." Her uncle, Richard Russell, for' mer mayor congressman. of Cambridge pleaded with and the court that Miss Russell be committed at once to a mental insti- for 6bservali«m. ' : Dented Wet Judge Cot denied the plea tttd ordered Miss Rtrssetl Jailed until is made whether held for grand Jury decision should be action. Miss Russell was arrested at t Brookline hotel where she and i sister, Frances, 48, lived since the father's death. , , The victim was « former partner in the Insurance firm of Obrlon, Russell A Co. wthe two sisters were the beneficiaries of their father's Will. Although once affluent, he left only $55,000. 54V4 28V* 101 226 $75 TRY US! FORDTOWN Corner River & Winona HE 3-3486 What Is Value? It's not merely a good looking used car. It must give good mechanical performance and be fairly priced. You'll find such Value in these cars! 1953 Ford Customline 2 dr. V-8 with Fordomatic drive, radio, heater. $ 680 1952 Buick Roadmaster 4 dr. with dynaflow. A nice running car. Just big. $ 195 1952 Plymouth Cranbrook 2 'dr. Very clean. 1852 F3 FORD truck, h«av? duty, 3 ,4 ton. 4 speed, mechanically good, Uee at A&W Boot Beer. For Dependable "First Choice" USED CARS See COOK MOTOR CO. First! NEW Stocks: Abbott L Allied Ch Allied Strs Allls Chal Amerada Am Can Am Mtrs AT&T AnacCo Armco Stl Armour Beth Steel Boeing Air Case JI Celanese Ches & 0 C MSPP Chi&NW Chrysler Cities Svc ComwEd Cons Ed Cont Can Cont Oil Deere Douglas 57% DowChem 74% du Pont 201 EastKod 140% Firestone 133% Ford Mtr 49% Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Mtrs Goodrich 114% 0 8. CATTLE MARKET Prim* ttMn & year- Ilnga 27.25-29.00 o s oholM itecn * year- Unga 25.2S-27.50 0 B Good at«era * mr- llngi 23.50-2fl.00 0 8 Standard yearlings atccr* * Soybeans Corn 66% 21% 50 46T'a 20% 29% 66% 24% 27V4 60% 54 60% 57 62 Bid 54 Intl Paper Jones & L Ken'cQtt Lorlrd Lukens Stl Minn MM Minn P&L Mon Chm Mon Dk U Mon Wrd Nat Dy Pr No Am Av Nor Pac Nor St Pw Norw Airl Penney Phil Pet Pure Oil Radio Crp Rep Steel Rey Tob B Rich Oil Sears Roe Shell Oil Sine Oil Soc Mob St Brands St Oil Cal St Oil Ind St Oil NJ Stud Pack Sunray Swift & Co Texas Co Truax Tra Un Oil Cal Un Pac U S Rub U S Steel West Un Westg El Wlworth Yng S &T 118%:«" a ' m -5 slaughter George A. Bormel * Ce. Conunoi Stock (Wright Wells ft Ce.) Asked 56 73V4 76% 48V4 71% Goodyear GtNorRy 49V4 Greyhound 18% Homestk 41% Inland Stl 142% IBMach 498 IntlHarv 41% 58% 98% 79% 73% 107% 32 38% 29% 40% 46 44% .49% 21% 27% 112 47% 41% 45% 75% 85 101% 38% 82V4 64% 47% 68 58% 47 57V4 15 27% 34Y4 87V4 20% 45% 36% 45% 91 34 69% .2155-23.75 All heifers 25 cents to 50 cenU CWT under tteer price*. All steers over 1,050 Ibs and belter* over 950 Ib*. are discounted according to weight. U. S. Commercial Oow* ..17.00-10.50 U. 8. Utility Cows 16.00-17.50 Cutter 15.50-17.25 Oanners 14.00-16.00 Fat Bulls 1750-21.50 Sausage Bulls 18.50-23.50 Lt. Wt. Tbln Bull* 14.00-16.00 AUSTIN GRAIN MARKET $2.01 Oats .54 LEARNING NEW TRADE — Orville Hill, who lost two legs in a fall from a telephone pole, learns appliance repair. Oklahoma's Realistic Aid for Handicapped 1958 Production of Crops Better Previous Record by 11 Per Cent WASHINGTON (AP) Crop .96 SO. ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) ~ (USDA) — Cattle 4,000; calves 1,500; slaughter steers and heifers generally steady with Wednesday; standard grade heifers, however, dull and weak to 50 lower; cows fully steady; bulls strong; several loads average choice 985, 1025 and 1078 Ib slaughter steers 27.50; few head high choice and prime 1094 Ib weights 28.00; good and choice steer's 25.50-27.00; average to high choice 1,000 Ib heifers 27.50; good and choice heifers 25.50-26.50; utility and commercial cows 17.0019.00; commercial and good bulls 22.00-23.50; vealers fully steady or strong; good and choice 29.0033.00; average to high choice 34.0036.00; good and choice slaughter calves steady at 24.00-28.00; stocker and feeder classes steady; choice 935 Ib fleshy feeder steers 26.75. Hogs 12,000; barrows and gilts steady to 25 higher; sows steady; 1, 2 and S 190-240 Ib barrows and gilts 17.25-18.25; 1 and 2 hogs 18.5019.25; 2 and 3 240-300 Ibs 16.0017.50; 1, 2 and 3 160-190 Ibs 17.2518.25; 1, 2 and 3 sows 270-400 Ibs 14.00-15.50; 2 and 3 400-600 Ib sows 12.75-14.50; feeder pigs steady; good and choice 17.00-17.50. Sheep 2,500; trade moderately active; all classes opening gener- OKLAHOMA CITY UP) — Oklahoma has football, Indians, oil — and a cold-eyed compassion for her handicapped citizens. The state is one of the most progressive in the nation in helping the disabled help themselves. A man with no hands is never lucky, but an Oklahoman with no hands has a better chance than most others to again become a productive, self • sufficient member of the community. One of the reason's for Oklahoma's record is the firm backing of Gov. Raymond Gary, who supplied from his contingency fund the $15,000 that got the program moving two years ago. The grant enabled the Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped to hire a full-time director and office secretary for one year. Effort Paying Off Last year the Oklahoma Legislature demonstrated its support by giving the committee $40,000 to retain the executive director for two more years. Don Davis, the first man to fill the job, is still at it and the results are starting to roll in. Oklahoma ranked sixth* in the nation in hiring of the handicapped during 1957. Just under 12,000 jobs were filled by per- tion. He makes or arranges for frequent speeches before civic, veterans and employer groups. He often makes contact with individual employers on behalf of specific handicapped persons. Training Offered Another part of Oklahoma's attack on disability is the Vocational Rehabilitation Center at Oklahoma State University's School of Technical training at Okmulgee. Commonly called Okmulgee Tech, the school provides dozens of trade and technical courses ranging from greenhouse management to saddlemaking. Most of the students ar* able- bodied. About 300 per year are disabled to some extent. Combined with the school is a physical rehabilitation center which, since 1951, has treated more than 1,000 students. Here the job production this year topped the previous record by 11 per cent. Grower returns for the output increased about Wk per cent above last year. In its final crop report for the year, the Agriculture Department said the volume was 118 per cent os the 1947-49 average. This compared with the previous record of 106 per cent set in 1948 and matched in 1956 and 1957. Offset by Decline The department estimated the value of crops at $18,826,000,000 compared with $17,335,000,000 last year. Part of the increase In production was offset by decline in some crop prices in determining the total value, For example, corn, the biggest crop, had an estimated average value of $1.07 a bushel compared with $1.12 last year. Wheat dropped from $1.92 to $1.69, soy beans from $2.07 to $1.97, rice from $2.94 to $2.69 a hundredweight, and flaxseed from $1,10 to $6.02 a bushel. This year's production was accomplished on the smallest acreage planted in 40 years. Unusually favorable weather throughout the growing season played a big role. So did advances in farm technology. This was the biggest production S2% ally steady although little done at ;ood and choice wooled lambs under 105 Ibs. 19.00-19.50;-good and choice 113 Ib wooled lambs 17.50; most good and choice 105-115 Ib wooled lambs 17.00 - 19.00; of rebuilding bodies is the primary aim. But when a man has mastered h i a new legs or learned how to walk in braces, he often needs a new trade. Unlike any other state, he can continue his physical training while taking vocational schooling and all under one roof. But there's another side of the Marines in Santa Role for Navajos EL TORO, Calif. MB — The Marines are playing Santa Claus for needy Navajo Indians because they remember what great fighters the Navajo Leathernecks were in World War II and Korea. Marine transport planes, flew 16 tons of food, clothing, medical supplies and Christmas gifts to Winslow, Ariz., Wednesday. They will be trucked to Ganado on the reservation. sons with some disability. States ranking ahead of Oklahoma were New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, Ohio and California — all with much larger populations and heavy concentrations of industry. Davis' job is entirely one of coordination. He has no authority to tell anyone how to rehabilitate a handicapped person or how to arrange employment for one. He conducts short and long range programs of public. educa- coin. Despite the progress being made, the outlook Is far from Lifelike Roses $ 245 Why Wait For Your Christmas Bonus? YOU GET IT HERE WHEN YOU BUY ONE OF THESE FINP CARS. 1957—Merc. Hardtop with Merc-O-Matic and full accessories. 1954—Chev. 4 door Powerglide l955_Morris 4 Door. A real economy second car. 40 miles per gal on regular gas. 1952—Ford 4 door. A clean second car. 1948—Chev. 4 Dr. 1952—GMC 1 'Ton Pickup. SEE Austin Equipment Co. . Hi-Way 218 S. Austin HE 3-8926 1949 Plymouth 2 dr. Sedan. Radio, heater. $ 65 1950 Chrysler Windsor 4 dr. Radio, heater. A real nice one. $ 225 1950 Buick Super 4 dr. Standard drive. $ 145 1949Oldsmoblie"88" Rocket engine. $ 190 2 dr. US EM'S 1857 FORD Fulrlune "500" 2 dr. Will take trade. Reasonable offer accepted. HE 7-3328. CURTIS Avenue' of Beautiful Cars Hi-Way 218 N. - HE 7-4508 It's Simple To Sell Through The Use of a Wont Ad »644*6 \\Uiv Roaes "J-dlinenslonal" — so perfect they look almost real) Crochet thU dolly lu white: or have the roses con£i witb » background ot lea greeu. Pattern 840: crochet directions (or 13 und 20-luch dollies iu No. 30 cotton. . Send Thirty . five Cents (coins) to this pattern — add 5 cents for each pattern for 1st - clans mailing Send to the Austin Dally Herald. Needle craft Dept.. P. O. Box 168 Old Chelse Station, New York 11. N. V Prln plainly PATTERN NUMBEB. NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. S«nd (or a copy of 1959 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. It has lovely designs to order: embroidery, crochet, knitting, weaving, quilting, toys, la the book, a special surprise to make a little girl happy — a cut-out doll, cloths* to color. Send 36 cants for ttu« book. extremely heavy weights down to 16.00; cull to choice slaughter ewes 5.00-7.50; good and choice wooled feeder ambs under 80 Ibs 20.00-20.50; choice 60-75 Ib weights 21.00. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — Butcher hogs steady to 25 higher today with trade moderately 'active; heavier offerings cleared at $16.75-18.25, and sows at $13.25-15.50. Slaughter steers mostly steady; vealers were $32 down and steady. Sheep market steady on all classes. CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Jogs 10,000; butchers steady to 25 ligher; 2-3 mixed grade 200-225 Ib jutchers 18.50-18.75; few lots 3s 200-230 Ibs 18.00-18.25; several lots 2s around 230 Ibs 18.50-18.75; several hundred head mostly 1-2 190220 Ibs 19.00-19.25; fifty head Is 210 Ibs sorted for grade 19.50; most 2-3 230-250 Ibs 17.50-18.25; 2-3 260-280 Ibs 17.00-17.65; few 3s 300 Ibs 16.75; mixed grade 330-400 Ib sows 14.50-15.50; 400-550 Ibs 13.2514.50. Cattle 1,000 calves 100; steers mostly steady; few high choice and prime 950-1,000 Ib steers 28.25; choice 1,000 Ibs at 27.50; other good and choice 1,375 Ibs down 24.00-26.50; several loads choice 1,350-1,375 Ibs 25.00-25.50; part load 1,200 Ib standard Holstein steers 23.00; packag choice 1,000 Ib heifers 27.00; few sales stand- choice wooled lambs 118 Ibs sold at 17.75. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Live poultry no tone; Wednesday's receipts were 127,000 Ibs; wholesale buying prices unchanged to 1 lower; caponettes over 4% Ibs 19%-21, mostly 20%; hen turkeys 26%-30%, mostly 26%. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady receipts 826,000). wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 60V<; 92 A 60V«; 90 B 59%; 89 C 59%; cars 90 B 60%; 89 C Eggs firm; receipts 9,600; wholesale buying prices % to 1 higher; 70 per cent or better grade A whites 38; mixed 38; mediums 32%; standards 33%; dirties 32%; checks 31%; current receipts unquoted. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Potatoes: arrivals 42; on track, 178; total U.S. shipments 471; supply moderate; demand slow; market dull; carlot track sales: Idaho russfts 3.45; Idaho bakers 4.00; Minnesota North Dakota Red River Valley pontiacs 2.25-2.40. NEW YORK (AP) — (USDA) Dressed poultry: Turkeys firmer; squabs and ducks steady; turkeys, fresh, ice packed, young hens 1012 Ibs 37%-38, 12-14 Ibs 36%-37, 14-16 Ibs 35-36, 16-18 Ibs 32-33, young toms 18-20 Ibs 30%-31, 20-28 Ibs and up 30-31. NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (AP) — rosy. Voyle Scurlock, director of the Oklahoma Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, notes his agency can make some degree of progress with some 1,500 persons per year. That means returning them to work or at least making them self-sufficient at home so that relatives can seek jobs. But he estimates, conservatively, that every year some 5,000 more Oklahomans of employable! age join the ranks of the handicapped. Some are injured, some! are stricken with disabling dis-| eases, some were congenially j handicapped and have never, worked. i Paying Investment ! There is a dollars - and - cents! Valentine's • Day is when Dad can buy Mom a box of candy without her getting suspicious. North Dakota's lowest record ed official temperature was 60 below zero at Parshall, Feb. 15, 1936. Half-Size Elegance PRINTED PATTERN AHStoHold Christmas Sing The Austin High School Christ mas sing, in which both junior and senior high students will parti cipate this year, will be held a 2:40 p.m. Friday. Senior high stu dents will take their regularly as signed seats in the Auditorium while seventh, eighth and ninth graders will sit in the gym. An annual observance on th day on which school recesses for the Christmas holiday, the caro ing will be directed by Wilbu Funk and Paul Heltne; accbm paniment will be provided by Phy Ills Roush and the Senior H i g Orchestra. Special Christmas numbers wi also be presented by the Austinair- es, directed by Funk., ear of record for wheat, corn, oy beans, barley, sorghum grain, ay, popcorn and tung nuts. Topped by 13 Per Cent The per acre yield of all crops ombined this year topped last ear's record by nearly 13 per ent. Com was first in total value at 4,068,553,000 compared with $3,334,249,000 last year. Hay was bird at $2,207,973,000 compared with $2,236,054,000 last year. The cotton crop had a total value of $2,128,428,000 compared with 1,837,393,000 in 1957. The soy )ean crop was next at $1,134,281,00 compared with $1,003,262,000 ast year. Tobacco followed at $1,)39,598,000 compared with $935,752,000 in 1957. angle to the handicapped situa-j tlon. 'Scurlock says a stu,dy showed the gross earnings of 2,487 persons with handicaps were eight times higher after rehabilitation than before. He says for every tax dollar spent on training, $10 in taxes will be returned by those rehabilitated. It's not a charity program in Oklahoma. There's too much to do for those who really want to get back on their feet to try and carry those who don't. But Scurlock adds that if more money were available, many handicapped persons could be trained more quickly and therefore would have less chance to become dependent on the admittedly easier way out — welfare. One official of Goodwill, Inc., in Oklahoma City, a .private agency which last year had more than 400 handicapped employes and put 114 of them into private commercial jobs, put it this way: "The only thing we give away here is opportunity." WRIGHT WELLS & CO. 1st Nor 1 !. Bank Bldj. Bridge St. Entrenc* Auitin HE 3-1050 Pleaie send • Proipectut en D Incorporated Investor* Q locorponted Income Fund K.*mi ZRUCKY Refrigeration Service HE 3-3607 AIR-CONDITIONING OFF CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS CANDLES - BELLS - WREATHS LANTERNS - SNOW NAN SANTA CLAUS BUY NOW & SAVE CLEVELAND'S ACE HARDWARE Butter offerings increased; demand fair to good; receipts 448,000. Wholesale prices on bulk cartons (fresh). Creamery, 93 score (AA) 62'i- 62%k cents; 92 score (A) 62-62'i; 90 score (B) 62-62^. Cheese steady; receipts 141,000; One of the world's few international ski areas is located at Eastport, Idaho, on the Idaho- border. Half-size ra! You'd have to travel far to find a style so amort, slimming and easy-to-sew! Mote neckline slanted for flattery — elegant In contrast Tomorrow's pattern: Girls' dress. 'Printed Pattern 4806: Half Slues 14%. 16»,4, 18%, 20%, 23%, 24%. Size l«',i takes 3% yards 36-inch fabric; >'« yard contrast. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send Thirty - five cents In coins this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for lat-class mailing. Send to Ann* Adams, care of Austin Herald Pattern Dept.. 243 West nth St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS witb ZONE, STYLE NUMBE1I. SIZE and ard and good heifers and mixed i prices unchanged yearlings 22.00-26.00; utility and! Wholesale, egg'offerings light; commercial cows 16.50-20.00; bulk demand active today; receipts 9,canners and cutters 14.50-18.00; 700. (Wholesale selling prices based and other volume utility and commercial bulls 22.5025.00; vealers 32.00 down; few on exchange good heavy stock steer calves sales.) 27.00 few common 400 Ibs 22.00;! New York spot quotations fol- good and choice 800-1,075 Ib feed- low: includes midwestera: ing steers 25.00-26.75. i Mixed colors: extras (48-50 Ibs) Sheep 1,000; all classes steady; i42-44; extras large (45-48 Ibs) 41%good and choice 95-104 Ib wooled 42; extras medium 33-34; smalls lambs 18.00-19.50; cull to low good 30%-31%; standards large 38-40; 14.50-17.00; good and choice mostly checks 36-37. choice 92-98 Ib shorn lambs with Extras Large (45-48 Ibs) 43-44; 1 pelts 17.50-17.75; cull to extras medium 33'/a-35. Browns: extras (48-50 Ibs) 43- choice slaughter ewes 6.00-7.50; late Wednesday double deck 44. CORRECTION FUBNITUBE & HOUSEHOLD GOODS AUCTION 30! $ovth Second St. Friday, Dec. 19lh - 2:00 New Ktnmore Cos Range; Apartment Sixe Frigidair* R«frig«fator; Chrome Breakfast Set witb 4 Chain; Two Metal BOM Cabinet*; Nearly New Hide-A-Bed; Choir fr Ottoman; Pedestal; Occasional Table; Chest of Drawers; Floor & Table Lamps; Steel Cabinet- Step End Tobies; Metal Utility Cabinets; Kitchen Table; Rocker; Hoover Vacuum; Foot Stool; Straight Chairs; Wood Wardrobe; Occasional Chairs; Wood Table with I Choir*; Dresser; Clothes Hamper; Library Table; 3 Beige colored Olson Scatter Rugs; Caemel Top Chrome Breokfgit Set with 4 Choirs; Nesco Electric Roaster with Cabinet, like new; Pilhes; Utensils; Misc. TERMS: CASH. STINA 0. PIKE, ESTATE, Owners IT'S DIFFER THAT MAKES HARDEST SAWIN6 JOB! Any man who fishes, hunts,Qamps or farow will truly appreciate this "saw of 1000 uses"! He'll use it to cut firewood; to build a cabin, duckblind or boat pier; to do EVERY farm sawing job he now does with a handsaw, buck saw or chain saw. The different and perfect gift) 816 IT IN The MAN'S Magazine December Issue PETERSON IMPLEMENT 00. Phone 1}« Bl<»mln 9 Prolrtt, HIM.

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