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Ludington, Michigan
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I THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS-LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE NINE Little Cost, Small Space, But Power To Do Almost Anything—Want Ads PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive In•"• r " 0 " s: Charge Cash Throe days, 3 lines I .81 $ •" One day. 3 lines .36 ««« Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions lakes the one time insertion rale; no ad taken for less than basis or • lirt-e lines. rniutt six averaRe words to the line. Charge ads will be received by telephone, and if paid at The Dally News Office within six days from-the first insertion «ash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stopper! before expiration will be charged only for the number of times the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space is the same as » !'"« of copy. SEE OUR LINE—Of Quaker and Con- golcum rugs, gay new patterns thai will make the room much brighter. We have them at very reasonable prices. W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. SEE—The new MEADOWS WASHER at THE PALACE, Scottville. $39.95 and up. FRANK CLAVEAU. STUDIO COUCHES —For sale. Solid hack, large bedding compartment, upholstered arms, only $33.75. ohcl's Furniture Co., 227 E. Uowland. GOWNS YOU CAN KEEP COOI,—In summer with a Duo-Therm power-air condi- ' Honing oil heater. II. Smedbcrg & Son, ! Custcr. I'SED KEROSENE STOVE—And West- inghoiisu Elee. range, like new. II. Smcdber^ & Son, Custer. 2 USED RANGES—For sale. A Kalama- 7.00 and Majestic, both in good condition. See them at W. E. Reader & Co., Custer. Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 60 \VE HAVE—A beautiful assortment of engagement and wedding ring sets at various prices. Hamilton's, 225 S. .las. JUST RECEIVED Ladies' Assorted Colors Sizes 16 to 20. 79c PENNEY'S Announcements Card of Thanks 2 IIAVNES—We wish to thank kind friends .inri neighbors and the hospital staff for their thoughtful sympathy and floral offerings during our remit l>rr»';t venient. the death of our rl.-iuglil T and granddaiiRhter.- Mlt. and MKS. JOSEPH IIAYNKS. MUS. KOYAI. McCI.EM.AN. i =j . Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 Cl'T FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. (172. Frank Nordine, RIO E. Ludlngton A vp. Personals 7 .MEN: \V\NT VIM? TAKE RAW OYS- TIlls ronrentrntes and other invlgor- :i(op> in OSTRI'.X tablets, to pep up whole Imdy i|iiiek! SI.0(1 si7i'. today We. II not'delighted with results first |i.u\:ice, maker refunds this price. You don't risk a penny. Call, write S;ililin:irk's Pharmacy. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 KEACI.E IIOI'ND—Hlacli. wliite and Ian. I'"M Sunday at Swectw.Ker creek. Reward. lnc|. IIP N. Howe St. HUSTON Hfl.l.—Frrnale. briudle. lost. 1:: M-. old. Answers In "Pat." Reward if i-'-lurnrd to William II. Vidran. 703 V. HarriMni SI. Phone 3X4-K. Farm Equipment 61 .the pumping station. - . five. Bertram, Schmock. Mi\rks, Hallcr. .Take . to The _ .... PUMPS WATER SYSTEMS 'HAY TOOLS -OOOB HANGERS I H. SMEDBERO A SON- CUSTER. Specials at the Stores 64 tag. Complete scervicc on any washer. Grutemafs Wife Saving Station. Johnson. Nnys none. Carried. Moved by Marks and supported by Hallrr that Euuene Christman, City Attorney, be paid $^00.00 for extra legal services rendered the City of LudlnR- ton Roll call, yeas five, nertram. Hchmock. M;irks. Hallcr, Johnson. Nays none. Carried. WELFARE INVESTIGATOR His Honor appolntrd H. C. Klcmm us Sprrtiil Investigator or Welfare. Moved by Johnson .'ind supported hv Hallcr that I lie appointment be con- SI'EC'IAL—$.10.00 trade-in on any square ] firmed. Carried tub MaytUK toward a nrw model 32 His Honor appointed Margaret Ander- J - * - - • /ar fc .,„ welfare elerk to lie', the v llnre hospital bills tabulated at the Courthouse and in the City Hall nl $10.110 per l week and $5.1.0 to apply on hospital ! account. Moved bv Schmock find supported by 1 Murks that the appointment b< con- Wc pay Hie highest prices for firmed. Carried. ' ' .---.. Moved by .Johnson and .supported by Maiks to adjourn. Carried. DEAN THOMPSON, City Clerk. November (i, 1113!) COMMISSION I'ROCF.EIHNCJS Regular meet inn of the Board ot 7-HOOM KI.AT—For rent at 10K W. Dow- I Commission! is held ;it the City Hall. land St. Ncwlv n finished throughout, j LudmRlon. MiclilKan. on Monday. No$10 pnr month'. Address Hox 304. Kvart, ! vrmber 0. in:!!), at 7:30 o'clock P. M. Mirhic in 1 Mov(d by Johnson and .supporter! by ' I Bertram that the mlnut-s of tin- prc- Ciirrled. Wanted—To Buy NOTICE beans. BRODY ItROS. Tel. 510. Real Estate Apartments and Flats 74 Houses for Rent 77 Automotive ^s^vy^X^»^^^"'~^^**^^^^«^*^ F *^^^^ Automobiles for Sale 11 IMS CHEYICOI.F.T Tt'DOli—lfl.17 Font Tmli-r: 111. 1 .1 Plymouth Tudor; 101.1 rivmriilli rinipr; 113:! Ford: 1930 Model \ Ki'ril l'i:;fi Chevrolet, for salt'. Kes- irki's Phillip'-, "nr," Station, 322 W. Garages—Autos for Hire 14 CAK\<;F. AT 210 s. JAMES ST.—service on all ears. Giiar;'iit«—d work. Ray GnnliiiK iV Henry Cenia. Mechanics. ftcpairiiifr—Service Stations 16 MODERN IIOl'SFS—For rent at 20fi N. i Police William; i-'O.S N. Robert; 703 N. Rath. Water Olmstead & Newbfrg. Phone 22 or 792 Cjem ral S'-wir evenings. Real Estate for Sale !j-oo- ro . Contliment . Gem ral Htreet - Brokers in Real Estate Fire \Vnter i Library FOR HARfSAINS—In city, farm and re- i -Si.-WIIKC Dl.-prfsal sort properly see Home Realty Co., i C.cni ral .Se.v-r Room S. Nan Itank Hldg. '"'' FM I-STAT .m'Yois 1 «r 'fa/Jus son. Nafl Hank Bldg. Light. Cont i n;;ent Mi,vi fl hv Hull r POPEYE 11. S. Patent Of firs *V CROVJN\ LET rr STAV UPTHECE. \ DVD MOT r-' K1K16 CLAPTRAf? VA K\N \ COME I BUVA UE.\M OMEVS)1T'\-' DOWN / ( ALLA THESE TAXES J ~ -/ES.THE LARGE TAXES ROVW OKI DOLLAR TREES. -AH, THIS SEEMS TO BE A DOLLAR TREE ^ WEHANJE ENOUGH SMALL CHAMGE.POPEVE. LET US GOTO A DOLLAR TREE THE FRLMT BLONDIE Registered U. S. Patent Office WMATSTHAT VOU'RE PUTTING ON TOP OF : VOUR SANOW1CH ? BICARBONATE LET'S SEEH AM. ONION, SAUSAGE, . MUSTARD! SARDINES- Roll call, yeas Copr. 19)9. Kjn| Pulum SyndlcJU, IM. W FELIX THE CAT 1 HAVEN'T GC5T rX GHOST HE BE" IN JA.M vious nieetiiii's be approved. FINANCE REPORT Gctwral Streel $ "" :v.!5.oo supported crack in the fender and on the ,,ar,cs „,. um: , right rear wheel of the car. and the city | He said he took the small Farms and Land for Sale 83 NICK In ACRE fAIl.M—For sale, 3 mi. I-;, nf l.tirlliiRliin mi tIS-10, has house ami barn. Call at '105 S. Madison or phone 181-M. Houses for Sale 84 AVi: MONFY HFKE—On auli> repairs.\ic- d.iv or nicht. llelka (;ar- aue. I KM S. MndiMin St. Tel. HKO. Business Service Business Services Offered 18 ATTENTION—Dead stock re- ir.nral. Phone rolled. Prompt service. MUSKFCitlN RKNDERING CO. Tel. l.rnllMllc, 129-F-ll. MODKRN B-ROC1M IIOt'SK—For .sale or rent. Inq. at 310 S. .lames St. Mrs. Todd. Buildings for Sale 84A hnlf year lor Cnminlhsi'.jr.ers. Roll call, yens seven. Nnson:^;ohnson rh N^^n^o ks c"r; 1 ie;'i: ! to East .Lansing for examination Th<> application of J( mile Davlson for a restaurant license was read. JNfov. •;! by Jrh.'wm ;u"'l ;:\ipport"d i by Pell thiit the application be placed INSURANCE Moved by Schmock and supported by Johnson thai the purchasing committee be aulhorr/cd to take out compensation InniraiKv on nil city employes with tlie j: f . y. nnpiHent Mlchipan Mutual Liability Company. I umc ol lnc ^CiaLllu. Roll cull. vr.'Ls live. Pell. Bertram. Schmock, Hnller. Nays two, Marks. Nelson. Carried. IIUSINF.SS IJIHI.DINC.S—For s;ile. 1 eqnipp-d as pool hall, other as restaurant. Will lake small house, centrally located as part payment. Set- l.onie Kliasohn. IIOW IMPORTANT—Are your eyes? lion't mislr'':il them. (Ila-^srs that fit improve vision. Cliinnery, Seottville. Till". PAUK STOHK—Cld-r mill will run Tin--(lay and Thursdays until end of Cleaning, DyehiB, Renovating 20 BIF.N'S Sl'ITS—Dry rlean-d and pressed; plain ilressvs. Me. I.udington Dry Cleaners, .lames and Foster Sis. Employment v>-_^s^% - ^NX^^-vX-^x^-^fcy^^v^s^«kX^_* Situations Wanted—Male 37 V(H'N(i .MAN—Kvprricnceil in many lines, will appreciate any kind of work. References furnished. Write II. W., ll»\ 71, l.ndliiKlon. Livestock IforsesTCaUlc, Vehicles pieces and the wheel in question day, Nov. 1. to East Lansing for examination at the laboratory of Michigan, state police headquarters. Hej read a report from the chemist there, stating that fibres of the wool clinging .to . the car were.., ; . identical with of the apparel worn by Marlene at the .L'sday, Nov. 7. William Rohrmoser of Scottville was a visitor in town Tues- THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME BY PUPPETS Movid by Schmock and supported by dance C'.ecn'ize Diihtanls. Carried. i ,.i., 0 i orir i rlminrtiirn Moved by Haller and .supported by ! , llval and ClCpdHUlC Marks to adjourn. Carried. DEAN THOMPSON, City Clerk. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this colurr. n will be published two times for 25 cents. Kiich ad must bear nanitt and address of advertiser. They must too accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be brought or mailed to The New.-, none taken by telephone. If ads involve exchange of lahor for commodities, or vice versa, they will be run free of charge. Miss Evelyn LaBar, 19, in the i ~ _, . . employ of the Masse family, | (By The AP Feature Service) mi », u ,,v o .» • -, took the stand twice to testify: LAWRENCE, Kans.—The war Nelson to urant a dano; to , j n regard to Mrs. Masse's ar-' drums still rumble at Haskeil - ""' " '"" from her j institute, where 700 Junior col- i home on the clay in question, i lege students represent 10 an-She said Mrs. Masse came home j cient tribes, about 5 p. in., leaving a few. The students themselves' pro- minutes later and returning! <} Uce the cadenced beat and ex- again about 6 p. m. She said \ citing chant to which proud Dea/thi snc believed Mrs. Masse had ' warriors once danced—and their been drinking, quoting Mrs. skilled fingers impart to life- (Contiiiued from I'agc i) Masse as saying, "Don't mind like marionettes the realistic child's injuries. rne, we're celebrating .because! movements of tribal dances and Heard Scream we're closing the tavern." Mr. customs. A third witness, Peter Lc- i Masse formerly operated,a tav- A white woman, Sibyl Malm, miire, a neighbor, told of being j ern at James and Dowland arts and craft instructor ai [at work in the yard when he i streets, the tavern having been \ Haskeil, directs the marionette ! heard a scream, stating that ; closed last Thursday. show which goes on tour to por- Blame for iuj. child had" been said he rushed where he , found the child unconscious in the ! the Haynes' struck. He Mrs. Masse Testifies Asked by Mr. Christman the tray Indian life for persons not living near reservations nor familiar with Indian customs. She says the students may in- Dr. Goulct, was summoned. 48 1TIU liitl.l) IIOI.STKIN — Hull calves (r(!in dams with record, for sale. N. ll;iMs<ii and Son, Koiite 1. Lndington. Phone S-r-i:i. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 A 1.1, S'lTKI.—Cow stall complete with wood lined sl.'inchion and cow slop. Kiich J8.IMI. II. Smedberj; & Son, Ctis- ter. DlilNKINC CUPS—For cows and horses, new style, large si/.e, heavy weight. Marh $a.:;. r ,. It. Smedlierg & Son, Custer. l.udiiiKton. '£ mi. W. Klstlcr's Corners. WILL SWAP—Lllllc pigs for what have you. Hoy Henry, 2 miles north ol Custer. Official Proceedings November 3, l!)3!l COMMISSION PKOCKKOINCS Si)cclal meeting of the Board of Com- inhylonprs held at the City Hall. Lud- HiKton, Michigan, on Friday the 3rd day ot November, at 7:30 o'clock P. M. Present His Honor the Mayor, City Attorney, Chief of Police, Commissioners Bertram. Schmoek, Murks, Hnller, Johnson. Absent Pell. Madison, Nelson. Periodical Estimate for Partial Payment PWA Docket No. 1683-1- 1 J'or Oscar Nelson, amount due $1.393.79. .seen the accident, stating he looked up- the .street a moment later and thought he could identify a red-wheeled car as the one which had .probably struck the child. Next three witnesses to take the stand were three children, Katharyn Carlson, Rosalie Lcvandowski and Dennis O'Brien. Katharyn and Rosalie testified they had been playing! on the grass in front of the, he had' not she had no knowledge of the! work, using the figures in re- ne H<IU "Ul .,_.., , „= .. _.. lin-innc nornmnnios .n rpnrpsnr.r. accident and may or may not have been driving the car on 'Melendy street at the hour of the accident. She said she was busy assisting in closing work at the tavern and had no exact recollection of her movements 'between 5 and 6 p. m. She said she usually drove up Melendy street enroutc from the tavern ligious ceremonies to represent spirits of totem animals and the dead. Replaces Football Haskeil, once far-famed for its football teams with such stars as Tom Stidham, Mayes McClaln and Tiny Roebuck, tumbled from the athletic heights when it was reduced to the status of a Junior college. vou SAID rr~ MOST OF THEM HAVEN'T BEEN op ON THIS FLOOR. IM SIX MONTHS H'MMpHllTSRJNNy HOVJ EVERy <5uy IN THE BUILDING HAS IMPORTANT BUSINESS JOE ALL OF A SUDDEN =y, JOE ,HAVE yr A MINGTE ? KE To Go 0\>ER COUplE OF THINGS W MEET MISS WIMPLE WHO HAS JUST TAKEN MISS ! WHAT IS THIS/ ANVHOW— A CONTENTION ~r~' ANY excuse To LAMP THE NEW BLONDE IN THE OTHER bEPARTMENT-' 00 IT EV/ERV TIME to her home and may have been i Since then the marionette the route at the time of : has become one of the import- Hayne.s' home at the time of the accident. Dennis said he was coming down Melendy street at Move'd by Haller and supported by j the time Oil his bicycle. l-'Oll SAI.K—A number of gasoline cn- i;in-- washers, also heatiiiK stoves. l,:iwrenee M:itlix, Srottvilln. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers i5Ai.ui) WIII:AT STRAW—mr sale. Also la TUP wliite ducks for ThnnksKivliiB. Terl I.npenas. Tel. 15J-K-2I. Scottville. IMIATT AND DOMINO FKKDS—At reasonable prices. licthlic Feed Barn. I'd. IB5-W. STACK OK OATS STRAW—And staclt of hay. for sale. Harry Clifford, 4th house Knst of N. end of State Road Bridge. Good Things to Eat 57 *ET YOUK—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Starks, Red & Golden Delicious, WaRnors, Spies. Winter Bananas and Baldwins. John M. A. llansi-n, "4 ml. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, I.udiiiRton. GOLDEN DELICIOUS—Cider Apples, for sile. llle a IMI. C.olden Delicious, Slark- iiiRs, Spys and Baldwins, 25c a bu. W. E. Miller, Round Lake. Household Goods 59 LEARN ABOUT THE CLEANLINESS— Economy and quiet operation of the Double Chamber Bowl Burner. It's one of the outstanding features of the new ESTATE OIL HEATROLAS. See these stovi-s at W, K. READER & CO., In CUSTIJR, JohiiKOii that the estimate be approved iiiul an order drawn on the PWA Construction iMiml lor tlie amount. Itoll call, yeas five, nertram, Schmock. Marks, Hnllcr, .Johnson. Nays none. Carried. RESOLUTION Up. CERTIFICATE OK COMPLETION AND ACCEPTANCE WATERWORKS IMPROVEMENT The Resident Engineer submitted hlH report, approved by the Consulting En- i; showing of the following contracts. beliiR all of the contracts let for the Waterworks Project, PWA Docket No. Mich. 1083-F had been completed and accepted: Contract No. 1—Oscar Nelson. Contract No. 2—Love Construction At EiiKlnoerlnK Co. Contract No. 3—General Fire Truck Corporation. The report included a recommendation that the Mayor be authorized to execute a certificate of completion and acceptance in a form approved by the City Attorney of all work done on said project and to deliver said certificate to the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works. Moved by Marks and supported by Bertram that the report bo filed and that the recommendation be concurred In. Boll call, yeas five, Bertram, Schmpck, Marks, Haller, Johnson. Nays none. Carried. RESIGNATION Peter Madison tendered his tlon as ComrrilsBloncr of the First Ward to take Immediate effect. Moved by Schmock and supported by Murks that the resignation be accepted. Carried. The application of Mary W. Doran to operate a beauty parlor at 419 Soxith James Street wa» read. Moved by Bertram and supported by Johnson that the license be granted. Carried. Moved by Bertram and supported by Johnson that the bid of B. B. Ayers bf accepted to Install tv hot wixter umk nt accident. She disclaimed emphatically any knowledge of ant activities of the school. MARKETS AND FINANCE Previous day NEW YORK STOCKS (1:30 P. M. Prices) Adams Express Am Can Am Smelt & Ref 9 lii (ma 52'/ 2 Am Tel &. Tel 169',',, Am Wat Wks 12% Classes Of Students produce ' Borclon Anaconda 32T'a Armour of 111 G'/H Auburn Auto 3'Jj Aviation Corporation 8>/ 8 .. 73.6 21.7 39.8 52.0 i 1.25; B. I. Greenings, .50-.60; Hubbarcls- Month ago 74.5 22.6 39.1 52.5 tons, .60-.75; Jonathans. .6S-.85; King Year ago 79.0 23.2 37.5 54.4 Davids, .25-.3S; Mclntosh, 1-1.15; Spys. 1939 High 1939 Low 1938 High 79.5 23.5 37.8 54.7 Snows, .60-.65. — --- --" 33.7 Celery—Mich, bunches dozens, .25; 1938 Low 1932 Low 1929 High 1927 LOW 77.0 58.8 79.5 49.2 23.8 15.7 23.5 12.1 40.6 33.7 37.8 24.9 53.9 41.6 .75-1.25; Wagencrs, .40-.60; 2'/4 In. mln. Delicious, .7S-.85; Jonathans, .50-.75; Movement in Recent Years 17.5 8.7 23.9 146.9 153.9 184.3 157.7 51.6 95.3 61.8 61.8 THE WIARK£TS the fact an accident had oc- j the shows from start to finish. °" lu . I " ct * Hccla currcd. The making of a marionette re- Patrolman Norman Barber ! quires from two weeks to a The three children .all identified the car involved in the ac- i ^ ,f? * .FfflL. £OT£ ^""of "the accidenl briefly took the stand again to testify regarding weather con- at the The jury was then excused to render its findings and, after no course of future action has that, as a result of the verdict, a charge will be brought which they said they had later identified for the police department. They said 'they had not actually seen the accident, but had looked a moment later in time to see the child thrown into the air, landing on the pavement. The two girls said they had seen Marlene crossing the. pavement from the south to the north side a few minutes earlier and that she was enroute back across the street at the ? Bah "T Mrs "Masse" time of the accident. • a 8 ai "st Mis. Masse. Picked Up Auto Chief of Police T. J. Barber took the stand next, relating details of the police investigation. On questioning by Mr. Christman, he said that police had picked up a 1933 or 1934 gray Plymouth sedan, as described by witnesses, a day after the accident, the car "being registered in the name of Mr. Masse. He told of interviews with Mr. and Mrs. Masse in which they disclaimed knowledge of. the accident, Mr. Barber told of finding a dent in the right rear fender of the car and of locating small pieces of clothing material in a 41 J ,B month under exacting true-to- life details the young Indians ^ crcu p s& " specify. One marionette warrior has c.en Foods . Chcs & Ohio Chrysler Colum G Com'wlth Curtlss Wright 11 '.'„ Elcc P & L 8'/ 8 ! General Elec 39','a 4491, MAKKOTS I Light reel kidney beans $4.00 Dark red kidney beans $4.00 Dark cranberry beans $2.00 Light cranberry beans $2.50 G & El OT'n | White pea beans $2.65 th South 1'/= I Yelloweye beans $2.50 about 20 minutes' discussion, i tion string in the hands of a returned with the verdict de- student he shoots an arrow, scribing the death as acci- (Another 'beats a drum. The dental, as a result of the child i eagle dancer has feathers on striking a car driven toy Mrs.! his arms to #ive the impression Masse. I of wings in flight. A niarion- Prosecutor Christman said ette Ibear has such life-like a bow so intricately arranf^ that by a tug of a mannpula- j i n t Harvest ....................... 62',i JJot movements as the free tossing been determined as yet, but i of .his. head and the opening Fountain Mrs. Laura Loftes and daughter-, Mrs. Elizabeth Webster, of M<uskegon, were business callers in town Tuesday, Nov. 7. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kirke, former residents here and now of Logan, are sorry to hear of the serious illness of their little daughter, Elnora Jean. Mrs. Kirke and''baby are at the Lewis Wieman home in Ludington. Harry Merritt left Sunday for Grand Rapids where he will be employed this winter. Roy Canfield of Custer visited his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Canfield and closing of his mouth. Students Pose Indian students are models for the dollmakers, and as models 'become actors reproducing" the grimaces and the movements of their ancestors. All costumes are authentic down to the intricate beadwork of ceremonial gowns and the feather designs of war bonnets. An audience, watching intently, has to draw but little on i'ts imagination as the puppet drummer, seated on a' rock, beats his drum while the eagle dancer first taps ihis toot lightly and then swings with wild but grace-fill abandon into the dance interpreting the eagle's death. The sound effects and voices are produced by the Indian youths and maidens behind stage. Int Nick Can 40>'n Int Tel & Tel 47' 8 Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up 9c Heavy hens 12c Plymouth Rock sr/rlntsora. under 4 Itas 12c Colored springers, I mammoth, .35-.40. 16.9 | Onions—50 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Mich, yellows, .50-.60; large, few, .75. Potatoes—100 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Ida. Rvjsset Burba\nkb, 2.10-2.20; few large higher, Mich. Russet Rurals, 1.251.35; Chippewas, 1.35; washed. 1.60; Green Mts. and Katahdlns, 1.35-1.40; Maine Chippewas, 2.05-2.15; 13 Ib. paper sacks Chippewas, Green Mts. & Katah- dlns, .34U--.35; Ida. 10 Ib. sacks Russet Burbanks, .231i-.24. Detroit Livestock (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 9.—W)—Cattle—Receipts 250; market steady; good to choice yearlings, 9.75-10.75; fair to good yearlings, 8.50-9.50; good to choice heavy steers, 9.50-10.50; fair to good heavy, steers, 8.50-9.50; common butcher cattle. 5-6; canner and cutter cows, 3.25-4.50; Ibs. and up 10c .best butcher and heavy bologna bulls' ....—_ ... Graln «„ 6 '";7: 2 . 5 : Bilkers and springers. 50-75, Shelled corn, bu. 56c Kennecott Corp 39'ii 1 Oats, bu Use . & .. M _y. er . s . B 100>i I Wheat, bu 75c Marshall Field MnRonite Corp 39 Montgomery Ward 54 Va Nash-Kelvinator .• 7'4 National Biscuit 23','a Natl Power & Light 8'.i New York Central 20'/4 North American 22% Packard 4 Penney (J C) 91 Phelps Dodge 41 Philips Pete 41?i Pullman 35 5 !t Radio 6','s Radio Keith-Orp l<ji. : Reo Motor 2','s j Republic Steel 24 St. L-San Fran Vz Sears-Roebuck 83 South Cal Edison 26Vo Standard Brands 5T 3 Standard Gas & El 2T' H Standard Oil Cal 27% Produce 27o Hides Beef, Ib bo Horse, per hide $3.50 Standard Oil Ind 27% Stand Oil N J 477s Studebaker 8% Underwood El 46 3 ,;'» Union Carbide 87 Union Pacific 101 MJ United Corp 2^ B U S Steel 72V4 Witbash ! 3 /4 Yellow T & C Stock Averages, Nov. 9 (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 15 GO Indust Rails Utll Stocks Net change and today to come— Beans (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) SAGINAW. Mich., Nov. 9.—.(#•)—Michigan Bean Shippers' association Thursday prices: Handpleked pea beans, per cwt., 2.65; handpicked red kidneys, light, 4; dark, 4; handpicked yelloweyes, 2.50; choice recleaned cranberries, light, 2.50; dark, 2. Bent on Harbor Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) BENTON HARBOR, Mich., Nov. 9.— (JP) —Prices paid on the fruit' market here Wednesday for.3,870 packages were: Apples—Bushels, No. 1, 21/2 In. Delicious, .65-1; Northern Spys, .50-.65: Golden Russet, .65; Stayman, .60; Wagener and Baldwin, .50-.60; 2'/4 in. Jonathans, .CO-.90; Grimes Golden, .50-.60; Wine- saps, .55-.60. Celery—Squares, 50; bunches, hearts, .15; medium, .20; mammoth, .30. Detroit Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Mich.. Nov. 9.—WP)—{United States Department of Agriculture.)— Apples—Mich. bu. baskets and bu. boxes U. S. No. 1, 2>/z In. mln. Winter Bananas, .40-.60; Delicious, .75-1.15; few. Calves—Receipts 300; market steady. Best calves, 12; fair to good. 10.50-11.50; seconds, 8.50-10; culls and common, 4-8. Sheep and lambs—2,500; market not established. < Hdgs-^Recelpts, 1,000; market prospects steady. Previous, 6.40 for 200-220- ib. hogs downward to 5-5.25 for roughs.' Detroit rouitry (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 9.—(/P)—Poultry—Market easy; hens, 5 Ibs. up. 16; under 5 Ibs..' 1 12; leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. up, 11; cocks. 8 and 10; Rock springers, 15; colored springers, 13; leghorn springers, 12; hen turkeys, 10 Ibs. up, 18; torn turkeys. 15 Ibs. up, 16; ducks, white, 5 Ibs. up, 13; , 13; rabbits, 9. Detroit, Dairy (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 9.—(/P)—Butter—Best creamery In tubs, 27-28. Eggs—Current receipts, 21; dirties, 16; checks, 15. Chicago Dairy (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO, Nov. 9.—(/P)—Butter—Receipts 519.662; market unsettled, priced unchanged. Esgs—Receipts 2,811; market firm, prices unchanged. Chicago Poultry (Quotations, in Cents) CHICAGO, Nov. 9.—(A)—Poultry—Receipts live, 33 trucks; market steady; small colored ducks. 10: small white, 10; other prices unchanged.

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