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MAiiiTATt-11 AUTOMOTfVf-12 Merry Christmas As the »wew melodies o< CKrist- mas gladden the air, ve extend to you our wtrrhen season's greetings »nd sincere wishes for your good health and high happiness. R. & F. BIKE •nd SKATE EXCHANGE 1109 W.Oakland GOODS ~ BiOYOtW » New Sonwmo and Ri 1959 80HWINN bloyel-s are here I 6T st 100 bicycles to ehoosa tfom. Tfatlt your old bike In. We give green •jatnp* ,on ersry thing- but tut Traded Item*. Small payment hoidi lf£W Bhop - ** »• Bfl "«' ICE skates - Over 1000 pairs (new and used.) Sharpening, repairing Socki. F-j« bells, B * * Skate E|. change, 1109 w. Oakland. DOGS, CATS, PETS —711 NIOD German Shepherd punt. 3 months old. $3 and $5. Olenn L Wright, call Hayfleld 3714. PARAKEETS. Canaries. HH 7-4490. Merry Christmas ''TO ALL OF YOU PROM ALL OP US!" Capretz Agency u*M trallWi * Smokers. Rollohouse. Ifl »ldth«, tn» ?!*'• ' 1 s ." f<"»n°ln«. We trad? J?t »nsthing. South Broiaway Trailer 6alc«. Albert t<ta. Minnegota. Member M.L.S. TOY Schlpperklet. Cock«M, Toy Ttr- rters, German Shepherd*, Kittens, canaries, parakeets, tropical fish Pet toys. Supplies. Clark's Pet Shop. HE 3-5628. BUSINESS SERVICE-8 HUILD1NG SERVICE * REPA1R9-8A DIAL HE 7-4445 for plumbing inBtalla- tiona and repairs. Patterson Plumbing and Heating RAY Smith. Eleo. Oont. HB 3-6379. WE service what we aell. Hill Heating and Roofing. Dial HE 3*8801. IDEAL Heating and Sheet Metal. 1305 S. River. Dial HE 3-8883. ROOPINO, Insulation, tiding, roofing repairs, all typoa. Free estimate*. 3 yean to pay. Jorde Insulation Co., Blooming Prairie 38 or HB 3-9M5. FINANCIAL-9 LOANS —8,1 LOANS on farm and city Heald Real EitaU. Dial ' ; erty. 8343. Christmas Loans A Ten Day Loan of $•25 costs 25c $50 costs 50c $75 costs 75c Proportionate cost on larger amounts and for much longer tcrmi. "You Must Be Satisfied" Phone, write or drop in today. Murphy Finance Co. 201 Babcock Bldg. * HE 3-2346 Chrljtmaj Holidays create a temporary lull in the otherwise fast moving Real • Estate Business so Harbers ate taking a tew days out to spruce up our homes, recheck our prices and list fresh new properties to show you in 1959 We suggest you w«ch our "ads" soon after Christmas and take advantage of our better buys. HARBER'S Member M. L. S. HE 3-8864 REAL Estate loans. J. A. 111 E. Water. Office HE 3-3494. AUCTION SALES-10 AUCTIONEERS —IDA CPU Paul Hull, auctioneer. HB 3-6794. AUCTION SALES —IOB TUESDAY. Dec. 30. 112:30 p.m.. 3 miles fust of Adam* on X. 1% north. 30 Holsteln and Guernsey cattle. 14 fresh or springer cowa. 13 ateen • nd heifers. 500 bu, corn. 600 bu. oats. 2100 bale* hay. Complete line machinery — 2 tractora. 19J4 Deere •1 row planter, etc. Cecil Wegtcott, owner. Albright & Sparks, auctioneers. REAL ESTATE-11 FOB SALE BOUSES —11A WHAT'S FOR CHRISTMAS? What Would Be Better Than a New Home? We can offer you homes that are bright and cheery, bij: or small, 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms. Homes priced to tit the budget. Don't Tell Santa you want a new home — Tell Us. Kellogg Agency 122 >/2 West Mill HE 3-3434 Evenings: Nick Braden — HE 3-3670 Red Lewison — HE 3-3740 Larry Kellogg — HE 3-5092 H.F.OHDE AGENCY Realtor Member M.L.S. Immediate possession! •4 room home with bath, large living room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen and utility room all on one floor. Caruse. $7,900. Only 5 blocks from Sumner school. Can also be rented lor $70 per month to reliable party. Evenings: Mrs. Elaine Ring HE 3-5379 Wm. Holmquist HE 7-4154 H. F. Ohde HE 3-9654 MEW Home. By owner. Large living room, dining room, kitchen. Family room. 3 bedrooms. Bath. Al Interior woodwork—oak. Double gin-age, cement drive. West location. HE 3-9591. Sterling Shopping Center HE 3-2361 STERLING — Three Bedroom Tri- level. See this one before you buy. Full price $15,500. CLOSE TO DOWN TOWN — Large 5 room house. Attached garage. Quick possession. Only $500.00 down. DOBBINS CREST — 3 bedroom rambler. Double garage. Vanity in bath. Stove and oven. Also Suo porch. Only $22,400. EAST SIDE — IVi story close to school. 3 bedrooms. Large kitchen, living room and garage. A steal at $9.500. Choice lots available for spring building. Choose yours now in Bel- Air or Oak Tower near Ellis Jr. High school. EVENINGS: Larry Keane—HE 7-2095 Pat Curtin—HE 3-6023 Bob Lewison—HE 7-3148 TAILORED COMFORT 3 bedroom, 5 room Rambler near Neveln. Large living room with dinng area — built-in china closet, double attached garage. Priced at $17,500. Realtor —Ph. HE 3-6601 Evenings: L. Meehl HE 3-3659 C. J. Legried HE 3-9542 B. Skinner HE 7-4406 K. Legried HE 7-1253 WATtft .- USTUMS fillfe District -*-' rterfc is « rare com- bifitttoft. A'neaf new 3 btdraoffl rtfflblM and garage frith t {idee Ufl lower th"an you would ttptti. Piafures *ter Oak finish, self storing *if»dews, toomi all Urge in* cludiftft kitchen. Partially fioithed fecfwtiofl roofa. Cement drive. No tax« titl i960. A teal lem ptlct oMl5,200. 11,000 down P.H.A. Southwest location — iy 2 story home and garage. 12 years old. On * large lot, 1 bedroom down, 2 up. Tiled bath.- Oak floors. Metal awnings. A very good deal at only $12,500. MOO down F.H.A. Evenings: HE 3-6074 . HE 3-6065 HE 3-9658 A BKAUTIFUli 3 bedroom rambler 2 ; years old. Oak trim and floors.' Large kitchen with dinette, Carpeted living room. Oarage and cement drive. Near Neveln school 417.200. 5 ROOM house In fine condition Carpeted living room. Single garage. On Jackson Street. I11.400. Easy term*. 3 BEDROOM rambler with all large rooms. Carpeted living room. At tached $21,500. garage. Near new clinic, 7 ROOM house with 2 bathi. Double garage and large lot. Near Shaw ^chool. $9,500. $500 down, Heald Real Estate, dial HE 3*8343, 204 N St. Paul. After 5:30 dial HE 7-1171. FOR SALE—FARMS —JIB QOOD farm* available. Le Vasseur Real Estate. 215 E. Water/ HE 3-8478 116 ACRE farm with good buildings and good soil on nigh way near Adams, $260. 1«0 ACRE farm with dandy buildings. All tillable soil. Near Lansing. $262.50. • 245 ACRE farm on blacktop 6 miles from Austin. $275. Heald Real Estate dial HE 3-8343, 204 N. St. Paul. After 5:30 dial HE 7-1171. FARMS — improved 360, 320, 240, 220 acres. 200 unimproved. Also good desirable restaurant In LeRoy. Kemmlsli Real Estate. Taopl, Minn. At this mos( festive of soa- sdns, we offer our sincere good wishes, for a joy-filled holiday to you and yours. Have a wonderful Christmas! MIDWAY CAR SALES 910 W.Oakland and tut 60-170 70-180 80.190 90-220 220-130 30-240 40-280 150*260 160-270 270-280 280-2PO 290-300 WEATHIR FORECAST — Snow flurries will be scattered tonight over the upper Lakes area, the north Atlantic coast states and portions of the central Plains. Rain and drizzle are forecast for the southern Plains and the Gulf coast while rain is anticipated for the northern Pacific coast. It will be warmer in the east. (AP Wirephoto Map) 1958 4 DOOR Pord station wagon. V8, Crulsemattc, Reasonable. Call 9059 Albert Lea, Ray Hangge. 1959 INTERNATIONAL i', ton plck- up. 1955 Bulck Special, 2 door, straight stick. 1941 Chevrolet H4 ton truck. See at 1416 Dunlap. HOT Barrick, realtor. Farms, homes Farm loans, 5&%. Dial HE 7-1752 QOOD farms available. All sizes. E. H Kraft Real Estate. HE 3-3138. LISTINGS WANTED Babcock Agency Realtor • M.L.S. Complete Realty Service R. O. Babcock - H. K. Lund HE 3-6707 BUSINESS HAS BEEN GOOD CONSEQUENTLY our listings are getting low. We are missing sales because we are unable to furnish our customers with the type or priced property desired. We might have sold your home today had we known it was for sale. LET'S TALK IT OVER TODAV! FLANNERY^E 205-A N. Main—HE 3-5688 AUTOMOTIVE-! 2 ACCESSORIES —12B LUND Real Estate Agency. HE 3-604U BUDLEIF REAL ESTATE HE 3-7339 No taxes for year. No cish down payment on Hi story, new home near Ellis Junior High. Pick out your own linoleum-formica and decorating. Close to Neveln School. IVi story home and garage. $11,300,00. Low down payment. 25 year FHA on balance. New 3 bedroom rambler and garage. West Side. Near Sumner School. 5 room home. Garage and fireplace. $400.00 cash down. Taxes paid for full year, 1959. 3 bedroom rambler Immediate possession. and garage. $15,200.00. "A Happy Life is A Home from Leif" After 5:30 p.m. Gene Butts - HE i-3074 Bud Leif - HE 3-4670 lloyd Cummings - HE 3-4.758 Jerry Quinn * HE 3-452 1 _ BY OWNER— On* block from EUH Junior Hlgb New 3 bedroom rambler. Jan. 1 occupancy, Small down payment, Qeorg* Ounder*on. HE 34339. WANT ADS Pay for 4 Runs Get 6 FOR SALE HOUSES Bob Deniuth HE 3-8782 Pat Me Anal If HB 3-5286 —11* FOE SALE HOUSES —11.4 Carson Sterling HE 3-8397 G L Hanson HE 3-3962 Bel Air Addition — Excellent 3 b«Jroom, 6 room rambler with attached garage. Immediate po.ttssion. This home has brick fireplace, dining room, ceramic tile bath and F.A. gas hwt. Taxes for 1959 will be paid, f 19,900. 4 bedroom, all modern home located close to Neveln School with carpeted living room and dining room. This home has metal combination windows and doors, awnings, hardwood floors and F.A. gas heat. Large lot with double garage. $1,500 down F.H.A. Shaw School are* — 2 bedroom Colonial with extra large kitchen, enclosed porch, hardwood floors and yu hot water heat. Garage$800 down. $7,900 will buy this excellent 2 bedroom, 4 room bungalow located on Park Avenue. This home has been newly decorated and has built- in washer and dryer- Stove and refrigerator. Gas heat. $700 dovn. Lansing — good 2 bedroom, 4 room all modem home with unfinished upstairs, hardwood floors and F.A. oil heat. Large lot with e. Low taxes. Priced to sell at $8,500. Austin Realty Co GREETINGS TO ONE AND ALL! FROM THE ENTIRE STAFF OF Larry Haltom BUICK - PONTIAC 4112C—Tues., Dec. 23 Chiang Hints He May Not Seek 3rd Term TAIPEI, Formosa (AP)—Chiang Kai-shek hinted today he may not seek a third term as president' of Nationalist China in 1960. The 72-year-old generalissimo said he opposes proposals for amending the constitution, which some consider necessary for him Quick End to Air Strike Looks Dim A pre-Christmas settlement of paralyzing strikes to run again. Article 47 of the constitution 1957 FORD Falrlane, 2 door Victoria. 245 motor. Must sell by Friday I Call Dexter 36J22 after 6 p.m. EVERY WEEK Is THRIFT WEEK In The CLASSIFIED SECTION Isays: "The term of office of the [president and of the vice presi- ' dent shall be six years. They may I be elected for a second term." Some contend this means a second term and no more, but others argue that the number of terms is unlimited. Chiang's second term expires May 19, 1960. Chiang spoke at a meeting of the Mainland Recovery Board. This is an organization of Chinese which for years has been making plans to be carried out if the Nationalist regime ever regains control of mainland China. The president told the meeting Nationalist China's constitution "is one of the weapons we are using in waging war against the Comnrunists. We cannot abandon this weapon but must make good ! use of it." i FALLING MARKET CORN, Okla. W) — J. E. Heinrichs has several buckets of bacon drippings he can't get rid of. In the past years people used it to make soap. Range Cities Urged to Cut Expenditures ELY, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota Iron Range communities must re duce public expenditures and there must be a true equalization o taxes if the mining industry is to continue as a major source of em against American and East- ployment in. the northern part o ern Airlines appeared be- tne state fond reach today— normally one of the busiest days of ;he year for the grounded MA DUET WAKIXC I Barrows and ami No, i IM*. 2.1, i»s» • ! ttltoirtBf prtcei «m paid st No 2 15.00 1(1.00 17.00 .,18.00.. ..17 .10.. ..17.40., ..17.10., ! AUSTIN (MJrm.) HtMlD f£ 23, 1«t 19 .17.60 ..16.50.. ..16.20., .17,30 .17.00 .18.70 .16.40 .16.10 18.40. 18.10. .........17.80. 17.50, 17.20. ,...16.90. ...in...16.60. 16.30.... 15.90. 16.00.... 15.60.... 15.20 are pfiMd the tame a* tnwi of the tame w|f ctMif itcttiftb. PACKING SOWS No, 1 No. I 15.69....18.25. 16.40. .......15.15. 14.90. 14.40. 13.90. ....13.40. gt dradlni 270-300 300*330 330-360 300-400 400-450 450-500 500*550 S50-up ..1500., ..14.75. ..14.50. ..14.00. ..13.50. ..13.00. .15.50 R». S ..14.85 ..14.60 ..14.35 ..14.10 ..13.60 ..13.10 ,.12.60 12.90.... 12.50.... 12.10 STAGS 9t»e« under 400 9.50 Stags 400-600 ,,..., 8,75 Stag* over 600 7.75 Underflnlihed cull o? tilled hoga .tut be discounted accordingly. Ail hoga are subject to government In- •pectirm 195* SPRING LAMfe MARKE1 Choice & Prime 19.50 Choice 19.00 Ooocl 17.50*18.50 Medium 19.50-17.00 Common 12.00 down All buck amb» discounted U per hundred weight by grade. Lambs over 100 Ibs. discounted 20c per cwt per pound over 100. VKAL MARKET Veal calves of all weights; and i ourch»se<J Choice 180-230 30.50*33.00 Oood 180-230 ....27.50-28.50 Standard 25.00-26.50 Utility 180-230 lbs 22.50*24.00 Choice heavy 240-300 lbs. -..27.50-28.50 Oood heavy 240-300 lbs. ..25.50-26.50 Cull* all weight 10.00*18.30 . All calves over 300 ib*. discounted lines. Efforts of National mediation Board officials in Washington Monday brought no while talkin 8 to the E1 y group _.v- 4 -- ti immediate plans for a re- R y an said his statements were «• wt - ™ n Bu "« ir _ _i t ^ * _ _i*i _*j> _i 11 1 A fffttvm *nv A CARS. TRUCKS. BUSES —1ZE CARS, TRUCKS, BUSES —12E Sincere good wishes for a bright and happy holiday season, from all of us to all of you. Austin Carb. & Elect. Co. ny Ckristois Please accept our best wishes for the happiest of holiday seasons . . . and our sincere appreciation of your good will and the opportunity of serving you. . .. AUSTIN AUTO CO. YOUR CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH DEALER WANTED TO BUY —121) BURNED, wrecked cart <fc trucks Wella, Minn. Auto paris, call 252L. WE buy cars Midway Car Salts. TOP prices for your old or wreokecl cars. American Auto Part*. 1303 E Oakland HE 7*1989. CARS, TRUCKS, BUSES At this grand and glorious holiday time, wed like to offer our good wishes for a most happy and joyful Christmas. FROM THE GANG AT Hi-Way Car Sales Hi-way 218 S. -Austin For Dependable "First Choice" USED CARS See COOK MOTOR CO. First! 105 N. St. Paul Oi»l HE 3-5035 CURTIS Avenue of Beautiful Cars Hi-Way 218 N. - HE 7-4508 Morr; CHrisimas Let the joyous holiday bells rings out our bright and happy Christmas greeting to all our wonderful friends and patrons. 'May this season of cheer find you enjoying all the health and happiness in the world. May your Merry Christmas be rich in all the best in life. Grant Williams FORDTOWN This was the statement Monday night of R. B. Ryan, comptroller for the Oliver Iron Mining Co! in a talk before the newly-organized Ely Business Development Committee. » Veal calves will be accepted at Austin untu 9:30 a.m. Friday. No market >n Saturday. CATTte MARKET 0 8. Prime steers ft yearlings 27.25-39.00 0 S Choice steers 6 yearlings 25.24-27 M 0 B Good steers * rear- lings 23.50-2640 0. 8 Standard steers 4s yearlings 2155-23.78 All heifers 29 cent* to 80 cents OWT under steer prices. All steers over 1,050 Ibe. and heifers over 950 lbs. are discounted according to weight, 0. S. Commercial Cows ..17.00*19.50 U. 8. Utility Cows 16.00-17.50 Outlet 15.50-17.25 Oanners 14.00-18.CXT Pat Bulls 17.50-21JC Sausage Bulls , 18.50-23.sr sumption of contract negotiations between American and the striking Air Line Pilots Assn. ' The board reportedly sent telegrams to both sides suggesting new bargaining procedures. Mediation Board Chairman Leverett applicable to all cities along the ranges. A major need, he said, is to make mining firm taxes conform with the general pattern of levies on Minnesota corporations. Ryan called for outright repeal of the occupational tax on iron GRAIN MARKET Soybeans 12.02 Oats Corn .9 Edwards said talks might begin ore - He sald that levy was dis ' criminatory in that it made no allowance for deduction of federal income taxes or ad ^valorem taxes {on ore in the ground but not mined during the tax year. "Thus," said Ryan, "although the companies' cash earnings must be employed for the federal and ad valorem taxes, the state occupation' provision does not recognize such expenditures and taxes must be paid on taxes.'" He pointed out that, at the end of this year, the occupational tax rate was due to drop from 13.65 per cent to It per cent with ex? piration of the special surtax for Korean bonus payments. Firm's Yule Cord Fund Given College LOS ANGELES (AP) - Christmas cards of a California insurance company have gone to college. The Occidental Life Insurance Co. said it Is not sending out elaborate multicolored cards this year. Savings in printing costs for smaller, more simple cards will be used for three $1,000 college scholarships. Ticketed, He Speeds Off Ago in-Ticketed! ROCK ISLAND, 111. (ft - James C. Thorpe, 19, paid two fines when he was stopped for speeding. Accused by a radar patrolman iof speeeing, he was given a tic- |ket; then when he drove away in a manner termed reckless by tiie again in a few days. McCarthy Named Supreme Court Clerk ST. PAUL (AP) — John McCarthy, 34, of Minneapolis, today was appointed as deputy clerk of the Minnesota Supreme Court. Chief Justice Roger L. Dell announced that McCarthy will take over his new duties Jan. 5 from Frank Larkin of Hopkins. Mae Sherman of St. Paul was named clerk of the Supreme Court in December, 1956, to succeed Larkin after voters approved a constitutional amendment giving the high tribunal the power of appointment, Previously the clerk was elected. Larkin then was named deputy to Miss Sherman and his term expires next January. Russ Oceanographic Ship on New Leg SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Russian oceanographic ship Vityaz left Monday night on a new leg of her voyage of Pacific exploration in the International Geophysical year. The 67 Soviet scientists aboard left a foot-high stack of data for scientists at University of California's Scripps Institute as a parting gift. The Vityaz is scheduled to sail down the California coast on her leisurely way to Hawaii, where she is due Feb. 5. Snuff, Beer Bring Long Life to Some ST. LOUIS (AP)-Want to live to be 100 plus? Try a daily ration iof snuff and beer, says Mrs. Annie Seifert, who was 101 Monday. 1 Mrs. Seifert topped her snuff and glass of beer with some ice .cream and cake at a birthday I celebration at the Little Sisters of , the Poor home. Among the presents was snuff. a good-sized supply of officers, he was ticketed again after a chase. The festive lights of Christmas shine brightly everywhere . . . and the happy spirit of the season fills the air. Our wish for you and your family is a holiday just as bright and gay . . . filled with love and laughter and the blessing of good health. US EM'S USED CAR DEPT. Photo of Drunk Might Deter Him COHASSET, Mass, tfl - Police Chief Hector J. Pelletier, who is also secretary • treasurer of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Assn., has a novel approach to the tipsy driver problem. Pictures should be taken of them at the time of their arrest, Chief Pelletier says. The photos, lie notes, would be admissable in court as evidence. "Maybe if these drunken opera- tore really see what they look like," the chief says, "they will (Continued from Page 5) Junior Fellowship Party at Lyle A carol sing opened the Christmas party for the Junior Fellowship, Lyle Alliance Church, Suni day. Mrs. Florence Syck led the i group and gave a reading. The Rev. Wilbur Junker, pastor, and SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP — (USDA) - Cattle 5,000; calves 2,500; active trade on all slaugh ter cattle; steers and heifers fully steady with Monday's best time generally 50 higher for two days steers scaling below 1200 Ib getting most buying action; cow steady to strong; occasionally 5 higher for week; bulls firm; pack age high choice and prime 113 Ib slaughter steers 28.50; big choice 1115 and 1246 Ib weight. 28.00; good and choice slaughte steers largely 26.00-27.00; low choice 1375 Ib weights included a 26.00; good 1338 lbs 24.50; high choice 930 and 1048 Ib heflers 28.00 average choice 823 Ib weights 27.50 good and choice heifers 26.00-27.00 utility cows 17.50-19.00; canners and cutters 15.00 • 17.00; strong- weight cutters occasionally 17.50; commercial and good bulls 22.5023.50; cutter and utility 21.50-23.50; big weight utility offerings 24.00; vealers' and slaughter calves, steady; good and low choice veal- ers 29.00-33.00; average to high choice 34.00-36.00; good and choice slaughter calves 24.00-28.00; stocker and feeder classes steady; good stock steers 26.00-28.00; package choice 600 Ib stock heifers, 28.00; good and 'choice stock steer calves 32.00-35.00. Hogs 16,000; barrows and gilts unevenly 25-50 lower; sows steady to weak; 2 and 3 190-240 Ib barrows and gilts 17.25-18.25; 1 and 2 hogs 18.50-19.00; 2 and 3 240-300 lbs 16.00-17.50; 1, 2 and 3 160-190 lbs 17.50-18.25; 1, 2 and 3 sows most weights 13.00-15.50; odd bead 3 sows down to 12.00; feeder pigs weak; good and choice 17.00-17.50. Sheep 1,800; slaughter lambs fairly active; strong; other classes steady; good and choice wooled slaughter lambs under 105 lbs 19.00-19.50; short deck 103 Ib averages also 19.50; few choice wooled lambs 20.00; part deck choice 110 Ib wooled lambs 19.00; around double deck good and choice 104 Ib shorn lambs with No. 1 skins 17.75; cull to choice slaughter ewes 5.00-7.50; good and choice wooled feeder lambs 19.50-20.50; part deck 83 Ib averages 21.00. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK 6.06-1W. CHICAGO CHICAGO (AP) - (U90AT Potatoes: Arrival* 52; on track 104; total U.S. shipment* 34fl} supply moderate demand gfttj market for russets steady; round reds lightly weaker) carlo* track sales daho fustett 3.46-3.50; Idaho bik- rs 3.85; Colorado red McClurtt .75; Minnesota North Dakota R*d River Valley pontiacs 2.15-2.58. PRODUCE MARKETS CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago Mer- antile Exchange — Butter steady eceipts 524,000; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score A A 80'/4; 92 A flWj 00 B 59%; 89 C 9%} cars 90 B 60V* | 89 C 60 . Eggs steady to firm; receipts, 3,000; wholesale buying prices un- hanged; 70 per cent or better rade A whites 40; mixed 40; mediums 33; standards 35; dirties, checka 31%; current receipts unquoted. POULTRY CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Litre poultry no tone; Monday'a receipts were 148,000 lbs; wholesale buying prices unchanged; ca- ponettes over 4H lbs 2014*22, mostly 21. NEW YORK (AP) - (USDA)Butter offerings light, demand good, receipts 847,000. Wholesale prices on bulk cartoni (fresh). Creamery, 93 score AA A2H-62H cents, 92 score A 62V*-62V4,90 score B 62V4-62V,. Cheese steady, receipts 299,000. Prices unchanged. Wholesale egg offerings moderate, demand active today, receipts 22,80. (Wholesale selling prices based on exchange and other volume sales.) New York spot quotations follow: Includes midwestern: Mixed colors: Extras (48-50 lbs) 42-44; extras large (45-48 lbs) 41H-42; extras medium 33V4-34tt; smalls 30V4-3U4; standards large 39-41; checks 37-38H. Whites: Extras (48-50 Ibs) 4447&; extras large (4548 lbs) 444444; extras medium 33H-35. Browns: Extras (48-50 lbs) 4S- 44. He's Physicion in Barracks off Birth HONOLULU If) — John B. Chester, Jr., was born 28 years ago at Schofleld Barracks' main post dispensary, where his father was serving as a doctor. Today the junior Chester Is back at the dispensary as an Army physician with the rank of cap;ain. STOCKS NEW YORK (AP) — 1 p.m. Stocks: Abbott L 65 Ml Paper 115 Allied" Ch 92% Jones & L 57*.» Allied Strs 53% Ken'cott 96 AllisChal 28V. Lor'lrd 80 Amerada 99V- Lukens Stl 70 Am Can 48% Minn MM 107</« Am Mtrs 38% Minn PAL 33 Vi AT&T 220 Mon Chm 38-'i AnacCo 59 Mon Dk U — ArmcoStl 66V. Mon Wrd Armour 21Vt Nat Dy Pr Beth Steel 49% No Am Av CHICAGO (AP) (USDA) - think twice before wheel of a car." taking the Hogs 9,000; butchers 25 to 50 low er; 2-3 200-225 Ib butchers 18.75 19.25; a few lots 2-3 220-225 lbs down to 18.50; a few hundred head 1-2 190-220 lbs 19.50-19.60; 22 head Is 190 lbs included at 19.60 mixed grade 2-3 230-250 lbs 17.75 Boeing Air 45% Nor Pac Case J I Celanese Ches&O CMSPP Chi&NW Chrysler Cities Svc Comw Ed Cons Ed ContCan ContOil 19% Nor St Pw 28% Norw Airl 66 24% 27Vi 50V'« 59% 54V. 61V4 56V« 61Vi Penney Phil Pet Pure Oil Radio Crp Rep Steel Rey Tob B Rich Oil Sears Roe Shell Oil 40% 47 42% 48% 21V* 27Vi 109H 46V. 41% 44V» 73% 87V« 97% 39T« 80 Bid 54 Gecrge A. Rormel £ Ct. CemntM Stack (Wright Wells ft Ce.) Ask«d SB Taverns Close Hour Earlier Under CST CHAMPAIGN, 111. i«- Local taverns close at midnight now .that Central Standard Time is in effect. i The midnight closing was waived during the summer and meant 1 a.m. during Daylight Saving Time. Champaign, U r b a u a, Caham- paigu County and Rantoul all pass ed resolutions stating that taverns would stay open an extra hour .when the rest of the county went on DST. speakers. John Sipley sang a solo accompanied by Mrs. G. T. Jorgenson and superintendent W. Guerner read the Christmas story. Dale Hovel gave a recitation and Mrs. Walter Nelson sang, "Holy Night," accompanied by Mrs. Syck. A gift exchange and distribution of treats concluded the program. Junior Holds Holiday Party A Christmas party and gift exchange were held by the Junior Auxiliary Girls at the Hayfield Legion Hall Saturday afternoon. Naomi Paulson, president, an- few lots 3s 290-340 lbs 16.25-17.00; mixed grade 330 • 400 Ib sows 14.50-15.75; 400-550 lbs 13.25-14.50. Cattle 8,000; calves 100; slaughter steers steady to 50 higher; a few loads prime 1,075-1,275 Ib steers 29.25-29.75; bulk choice and prime 1,300 lbs down 26.50-29.00; high choice 1,5050 lbs 28.65; choice and mixed choice and prime 1,375; 1.535 lbs 25.50-27.00; good steers 24.00-26.50 according to weight; 'some good heavy steers at 24.00, ! under 1,000 lbs up to 26.50; mixed choice and prime heifers 28.25 • 28.50; good aud choice 25.50-28.00; a load of standard 970 lbs 24.50; utility and commercial cows 17.0020.00; canners and cutters 15.00 18.25; few heavy Holstein cutters 18.50; utility and commercial bulls Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON F1NAI, ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION. STAT8 OF MINNESOTA. Counts' of Mower—ss. in Probate Court In Re Estate ol Harry E. Rossow, Decedent. The representative ot the above named estate having filed his final account and petition for settlement aud allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto entitled; IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on the 31st day of December 1968, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court la the probate court room in the court house In Austin. Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order in the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Pated December 5th. 1958. LUCILLE BAUDLEB Cleric of Probate Court (PROBATE COURT SEAL) PffiUP RICHARDSON Attorney for Petitioner. Austin, Minnesota Pile No. 11124 Dec. t, 16. U oounced the program and the na-122.75-25.00; vealers 32.00 down; a tional anthem, sung by the group,'load of good and choice 925 lbi fu « ' «* *• iff ' i mA» opened the meeting. Sharon Mun- j feeding steers 36.50. son, vice president, gave the sec-j Sheep 2,000; slaughter Itmbs retary's report in the absence of fully 25 higher; good to choice 100- Diane Demmer. 110 Ib wooled lambs 18.00-20.00; Janeeu Pater and Ann Scunir- i around 500 head 105-107 lbs includ- ring, Waltham, and Faith Wall | ed at 20.00; a double deck choice Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION. LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THEREON STATE OF MINNESOTA. County Of Mower—ss. In Probate Court In Re Estate at Jens Peter Morten- seu, also known as Jame* P. Mortensen and James Morttnsen. Decedent. Lloyd O. Mortensen having filed herein a petition for general administration stating that mid decedent died intestate and praying that Amanda M. Mortenten be appointed administrator: IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof b* hid on the 31st day of December 1958. at 10 o'clock A. If- before this Court In the probate court room in the court house in Austin. Minnesota; that the time within _ of said decedent may . _ claims b* limited to four months from the dat* hereof, and that the claims so filed be heard on the 0th day of April, 1948. at if o'clock A. M.. before this Court U> the probate court room in the court h"iis* in Austin. Minnesota. an*t th*t notice hereof b* given by publication gave readings. A Christmas carol sing followed. Refreshments were served to about 31 attending by Mrs. Vivian Twetten and Mrs. Evelyn Stehley. X*' 120 Ib wooled lambs 18.50; cull to low good 15.00-17.50; several shipments mostly choice 99 • 113 Ib shorn lambs No. 1 pelts 18.50; a double deck mostly good mixed | yearlings and, two-peir-old U8 loatta 0*11 of thla order in the Atutln Dally Herald and b; mailed notice M P'9- vlded by law. D»t*d December Stb. 1951. Clark ot Probate Court (PROBATE COUBT SEAL) 8AUDJUR& ft BAPDiBR Attorney* for r Austin. Mb File N*. 1 *

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