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Tutone i ifli*h«—§^dio. 2i> other S'X*i "*-'J « f s (torn 1V-J6 10 19 IS'. Austin Auto Co 21 5 E. Mill - Open Evenings AUTOMOtfVi~t2 CABS, TRUCKOtJ8B8 For Dependable "First Choice" USED CARS See COOK MOTOR CO. First! Red Now Eligible to Share Oscars HOLLYWOOD, Calif; (AP)-The Academy ot Motion Picture Arts and Sciences repealed its bylaw barring Communists from competing for Oscars Wednesday, saying it is unworkable. H attributed this to the fact that it has no control over the engaging of talent for films. Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PET1 T«?N FOR PROBATE OF WILL, LIM- ITINO TIMB TO FILH CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THEREON STATE OP MINNESOTA. County ot Mnwer—ss tn Probate Court in Be Estate Of Hazel E. WftlXer. also known and same person as Hazel Ellura Walker and Hnzel Walker, DC- cecletit. Ralph Lesch having filed a petition for the probate of the Will of said ?/ CB . ( J ent ftnd for the appointment of S?M,I • A- Nelson «" Executor, which Wll Is on file in this Court aud open to Inspection; IT IS ORUERED. That the henrlns thereof be had on the 10th day of February, 1959, nt 10 o'clock A. M, before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In ftustln, Minnesota, and that, objections to the allowance of said will If any, be filed before said time of hearing; that the time within which creditors of said decedent may file their claims be limited to four months from the date hereof, and that the claims so filed be heard on the 18th day of May, 1959, at 10 o clock A. M.. before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin, Minnesota and that notice hereof bo given by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated January 13th, 1959. PATRICIA A. MYERS Deputy Clerk of Probate Court (PROBATE COURT SEAL) PLUNKETT & PLTTNKETT Attorneys for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota File No, 11872 Jan. 15, 22, 29 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION, LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS AND FOR HEAIUNU THEREON STATE OF MINNESOTA, County ol Mower—ss In Probate Court In Re Estate of Lyman A. Mott, also known as L. A. Mott, Decedent. Minnie Bushman having filed herein a petition for general administration stating that said decedent died Intestate and praying that Everett M. Rugg be appointed administrator; IT IS ORDERED. That the hearing thereof be had on the 2nd day of February, 1959, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin, Minnesota; that the time within which creditors of said decedent may flic their claims be limited to four months from the date thereof, and that the claims so filed be heard ou the llth day of May, 1959. at 10 o'clock A. M.. before this Court In the probate court room In the court house tn 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. Dated January 6th, 1959. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge. (PROBATE COURT SEAL) BAUDLER & BAUDLER Attorneys for Petitioner. Austin, Minnesota FUe No. 11864 Jan. 8, 15, 22 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL, LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THEREON STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Mower—fis. in Probate Court In Re Estate of John Brandt, Decedent. Robert C. Brandt having filed a petition for the probate of the Will of said decedent and for the appointment of Mlclinel Brandt as Executor, which Win Is on file In this Court and open to Inspection; IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on the 2nd day of February. 1959, at 10 o'clock A, M., before this Court in the probat 1 court room In the court Bouse in Austin, Minnesota, and that objections to the allowance of said will, if any, be filed before said time of hearing; that the time within which creditors of said decedent may file thdr claims b« limited to four months from the date hereot. an-' that the claims so filed be heard on the llth day of May, 1959, at 10 o'clock A. M.. before this Court In the pro bate court room In the court houst In Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of thlr order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law Dated January 6th, 1B59. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. PrnbAte Judge (PROBATE COURT SEAL) BAUDLER & BAUDLER Attorneys for Petitioner Austin. Minnesota File No. 11863 Jan. 8, 13, 22 Loveless Asks Long-Range Finance Plan DBS M01NE9 ft - Some form of long-range financing of future building needs at fitate educational institutions was urged by Gov. Herschel Loveless today, Me said the most practical plans to .accomplish this that have been presented so far involve the nse of either general obligation slate bonds or revenue bonds. "Insofar as my own views are concerned," he added, "1 do not feel that it is so important which ft these two methods we use, as it is that one or the other be authorized." Higher Education The governor in his inaugural address devoted a considerable section to the needs of higher education in Iowa. He said substantial enrollment increases at all state colleges and the state university are expected by 1970 and new buildings will be badly needed llien. He expressed confidence that "Iowa, with its long established tradition of excellence in education, will meet the essential needs of the future." JOHNSON (Continued from Page 1) which handles all of the money bills, was enlarged to 27 members, more than a fourth of the Senate's total of 98. Other Democrats added to the group included .Sens. Alan Bible of Nevada, Estes Kefauver of Tennessee, A. S. Mike Monroney of Oklahoma and John Stennis of Mississippi. Sen. Frank Church of Idaho, a strong Johnson backer, won a coveted place on the Foreign Relations Committee. Other party vacancies on that group were filled by Sens. Albert Gore of Tennessee and Frank Lausche of Ohio. McCarthy Wins Spot Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy of Minnesota, formerly a member of the House Ways and Means Committee, won a place on the tax- handling Finance Committee. McCarthy opposed Johnson's rules compromise. Sen. R. Vance Hartke of Indiana, who backed Johnson, and Sen. Herman Talmadge of Georgia, also won places on this committee. Three strong supporters of organized labor were assigned as new members of the Labor Committee. They were Sens. Joseph S. Clark Jr. of Pennsylvania, Jennings Randolph of West Virginia and Harrison A. Williams Jr. of New Jersey. MOLASSES FLOOD — Ruins of molasses tank containing 2'/2 million gallons of molasses which erupted Jan. 15, 1919, hurling trucks against buildings and crumpled houses in Boston's busy North End. The disaster took 21 lives, injured 40 persons and the damage ran to millions. An investigation that started the following day, ended officially six years later. (AP Photofax) SALES TAX (Continued from Page 1) would like to go further than the governor recommended." Rep. William Shovel), St. Paul, Appropriations Committee chairman, liberal: "Clearly sets forth the facts of life concerning the «ie ictuia 01 me concerning ine •••«•.•- « .^.m^m, JUJ needs of Minnesota. No political ward a PP r °ach to the problem, party or point of view is going to The Legislature will have its work .1 i » « _. Ollf f\llf ff\Y* If TP*tnM*>- «!l... **_ -S _!_ _ L _ Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION, LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THEREON STATE OP MINNESOTA, County Ol Mower—sa. In Probate Court la Be Estate ol Orvel Peterson, Decedent. Atlanta Peterson having filed herein a petition tor general administration stating that said decedent died Intestate and praying that Atlanta Peterson be appointed administrator; IT IS ORDERED, Tha-t tie bearing thereof be had on the, 10th day of Felxliiary 1959, a-t 10 o'clock A. M.. before this Court In the probate court room in the court house In Austin, Minnesota; that the time within which creditors ol said decedent may file their claims be limited to four months from the date hereof, and that the claims so filed be heard on the 13th day of May, 1959, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In 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. Dated January 12th, 1959. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge (PROBATE COURT SEAL) BAUDLER & BAUDLER Attorneys for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota File No. 11870 Jan. 11, 22, 29 State Bank No. 1164 REPORT OF CONDITION OF FARMERS STATE RANK OF LYLE. MINNESOTA of Lyle in the State of Minnesota at (he close of business on December 31, 1958 Assets Cash, buluuce-s with other banks, Including reserve balances and cash Items in process of collection .................... $ 2u7 518 16 United States Government obligations, direct and tsuaranteed .. 64783650 Other bonds, notes, and debentures ..................... 15000000 Loans and discounts (Including $455.91 overclralts) ........ ' ; Bd2syi 03 Bank premises owned $1,800.00, furniture and ;ixtures $4,586.50 '.. change those needs. It was an excellent presentation of the problem, a statesman-like message. Sen. Donald 0. Wright, Minneapolis, Tax Committee chairman, conservative: "The Senate Tax Committee and the Senate's in-dependent majority group will carefully examine this ambitious, expensive and luxurious spending program and the accompanying sharply increased tax proposals. My first impression is that the suggested program narrows the tax base and increases the tax rates, whereas most students of taxation recommend broadening the tax base and decreasing the tax rate." Sound Presentation Rep.- Charles Halsted, Brainerd, liberal: "Sorry to see that the recommendations did not see the reduction or elimination of the personal property tax. On the whole, I thought it was a sound presentation of some of the needs of the -state." Rep. Aubrey Dirlam, Redwood Falls, conservative: "I am now prepared for the deluge of opposition." Rep. Harry.Basford, Wolf Lake, liberal: "A very progressive message. When we have digested it, I think it will be very palatable." Rep. Ernest Windmiller, Fergus Falls, conservative: "No relief in sight for business, and an increase in taxes for individuals and corporation. I don't think the governor's recommendations will keep Minnesota industry in a favorable position with other states for tax purposes." Comparison Essential Rep. Loren Rutter, Kinney, liberal: "His comparison of the sales tax was essential in arriving at the way of balancing our budget. Probably one of the best methods of bringing about a balanced budget formally sessions." Sen. John Zwach, Walnut Grove, Senate majority leader, conserve- lem. come tax increase and a sales tax. He didn't consider possible exemptions for a sales tax that would make it more equitable." Work Cut Out Sen. Elmer Peterson, Hibbing, liberal: "He made a straight for- Graham's Eye Ailment Will Force Rest MARKET weights over 2») lb* ; sows steady, AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAI& to as lower. Thursday, Joit. IS, '59 Slaughter steer prices mostly steady on small supply; vealers, S-aS for good and choice. Slaughter lambs slow and prices steady to weak. CHICAGO (AP)-. (USOA) •logs 10,000; 25 to 40 lowef on butchers; more !-2 butchers under 220 Ibs in receipts; 2-3 mixed grade 210-230 Ibs 10,75-17.25; some early sales 210-215 Ibs to 17.50; several hundred 1-2 190-220 Ibs 17,50-17.75; a few lots mostly Is 190-210 Ibs also 17.75; 70 head lot 1-2 215 Ibs 17.fl5; 2-3 mixed grade 240-200 Ibs 16.25-lf).fi5; a few 2s 240 Ibs up to lfi.85; and a few lots Is 2fifl Ibs down to tfi.OO; 2-3 2fiO- 200 Ibs 15.75-lfi.25; 2-3 290-330 Ibs 15.00-15.75; mixed grade 330-425 Ib sows 14.23-15.00; 450-550 Ibs 13,0014,00. Cattle 1,500; calves 100; slaughter bulls 50 to 1.00 lower; a few head choice and prime slaughter sters 29.25-30.00; load lots good and choice 975-1,300 Ibs 2fi.00-2n.00; a load of good and low choice 375 Ibs 27.50; load of choice and low prime 1,500 Ibs 27.00; choice 1,300 Ibs 26.50; few 1,050 Ib standard steers 25.50; part load commercial and good 1,3811 Ibs 24.00; a load of choice and low prime 1,100 Ib, steers and heifers mixed 20.00; ! choice 025 Ibs heifers 28.00; good 1.15(1 Ibs 25.00; utility and com-j NEW mcrcial cows mostly 17.50-20.00; a Stocks: few high commercial up to 20.50: Abbott L canners and cutters 15.50-1 ft.09; a Allied Ch few light canners down to 15.00; a Allied Strs few heavy Holstein cutters up to Allis dial lfl.50; most utility and commercial! Amerada bulls 23.50-26.50; good and choice j Am Can vealers 32.00-35.00; utility andlAmMtrs standard 21,00-32.00; culls down to'AT&T 19 i ISTC Course Set at Osage OfiAGE, Iowa - Aft extension course in public relation,? fcr teachers win be offered bete by la** State Teachers Cofleps Starting Jan. 28. , . the cmtfse "Parent EAfcttfkm* carries three semester hoar credits and there will b* 1« meetings, each three houw long, Instructor will be Dr. Frank Marttodale, as^ sociate professor ot education. Enrollments will be accepted at the first meeting, but it is desirable that a student clear enrollment with Dr. Raymond J. Schlicter, extension service director, 18TC, Cedar Falls. The course is attractive to elementary and secondary teachers and to parents active in PTA.wotk, Ira E. Larson, Mitchell County superintendent of schools, said. Course information is available from his office. STOCKS YORK CAP) -a p.m. 68'i 94% 54V* I (5.00: a load of good and choice , Jan. 15, lb lllixed steer heifer TiiursdiiY .fan. l.l lll'i" i -jv.-^* MJ,U AI^LICI The tallowing prices were paid »t' stock calves 31.00; two loads good Aui>tln> i to mostly choice around 575 lb No. 3; stock steers .10.50-31.00; good 765 jib stackers 28.00; medium 600 Ibs ! ,«» fft Burrows and Ollts Qrndlng No. 1 lflO-170 170-lltO 180-19:) 10(1-220 2M-230 230-2-10 2-10-250 2.TO-2C0 2IKI-270 270-2BO 2KO-280 200-300 17.1.1. 16.85. lfl.55. 10.25. 15.95. 15.fi. 1 ). 15.35. 15.05. No. 2 i;3.75 H.I 5 15.75 .,1(!.75.. . .1(1.45., ..16.15.. . .15.85., ..15.53., ..15.25., ..14.05., ..14.6S. 90 ','4 Sfl'.i 42 233 69 71 25" Beth Steel 52'/» Boeing Air 44 Anac Co Armco Stl Armour ! 20.50. ROCHESTER, Minn. eye ailment will force Billy Gra-i ham to take a month's rest and then curtail his future activities, says the evangelist's personal j * -- — 14-75....14.15....13.05 , AM butchers weighing m-cr :IOO Ibs AP) All"" 0 P rlcP(l Hi« same as sows of the Isamo wgt classIliciiUon. PACKING SOWS lo.osi •- 1 ' 000; slaughter lambs 15/751 steady to weak; good and choice 'is'is! wooled slaughter lambs !)0-110 lb 17.50-19.00; a load of choice 11B Ibs 10.00; cull to low good wooled lambs 13.50-17.00; a load of good .14.2. 1 ) Oracling 270-300 Case JI Celanese Ches & O Chi & NW Chrysler Cities Svc Comw Ed _ — fc*«-«,j kj mt vvmi£^,iiai> o jjti ou cut out font. Every city and state!physician, Dr. Kenneth Gieser in the nation faces a tax prob- No. 1 ...M.UO. ...14.65. ...14.40. ...14.15. Sen. Val Imm, Mankato, conservative, chairman of Senate Finance Committe: "It is an am- Chicago. Dr. Gieser said Wednesday night! he and Mayo Clinic specialists jstn<;« i __i _/• i ii i *»i t i Si fli',8 !500-550 500-up ...13.40 ...13.15 RTAOS No. 2 ..14.15.. ..14.25.. ..14.00.. ..13.75.. ..13.50.. ..13.25.. 13.00.. NO. 3 ..13.60 and choice 91 lb shorn slaughter j Cons Ed lambs No I pelts 17.50; several 1 Cont Can shipments good and choice shorn lambs with No 1 pelts 17.50 late Wednesday; cull to choice slaugh- Douglas Cont Oil ,.13.10 ..12.35 ,.12.60 ..12.30 ter ewes G.00-7.50. CHICAGO BUTTER A » i,- suerng rom a spasc sweng budget. As to additional nf hln .J *„„_ . ho , , ., .. i? ,.,,1 ,,,^ n :. i ...... _. of blood vessels back of the retina revenue, if and when it becomes i>-.<-.*uv. t u. aim wiicn u oevomei; « u. i n ,,. . , , , necessary, it would be preferable ?J fthe le " eye ; C " tting Slght of f~ „,?„„< , _..._ H , that eye by about 50 oer cent. to adopt sources of revenue from other areas rather than sharp increases in present taxes." Sen. Harold Schultz, St. Paul, minority leader: "He presented a good case for an income tax increase instead of a sales vtax. I am happy to have the sales tax brought out into the open where he can talk about it." Shows Adeptness Rep. Clarance Langley, Red Wing, conservative: "I think once again the governor showed his adeptness at coloring and flavoring bad medicine—to make it look and taste good. When people have had time to assimilate the mesage with all its implications, they will realize they have been stuck in their tax burden," Rep. Curtis Warnke, Wood Lake, liberal: "The program that he offered was fair and equitable." Rep. Roy Schulz, North Mankato, conservative: "It is quite apparent that the payday for Santa Claus has arrived." Sen. Homer Carr, Procter, liberal: "It was an intelligent recognition of the problems we face as a result of the recession. I believe his tax suggestions are fair and equitable." Competition Heavy Sen. Thomas Welch, Buffalo, conservative chairman of an interim commission on iron ore taxation: "It is not made clear if the governor expects the tax take from the iron ore industry to drop. The competition from foreign ores Is so heavy that an increased tax in Minnesota might mean a substantial reduction in shipments, so the governor not get as live: "I am satisfied the Senate [much as he thinks from this is going to find 'fat' in the budget j source." without eliminating any essential services.' Sen. Thomas Vukelich, Gilbert, liberal: "I hope the governor has not made assumptions about rev- Rep. D. D. Wozniak, St. Paul, liberal, Tax Committee chairman: "He effectively disspelled propaganda in favor of the sales tax." Rep. Ben Wichterman, Plum- TOTAL ASSETS Liabilities D<--.T,,tnd dtposll* ot Individuals, partnerships .iud corporations S Time deposit* 01 individuals, partnerships, uncl corporations Deposits of United States Goverument (IncluxUug postal Bavluiis) Deposit* of States and political subdivisions ..... • Deposits of bunks ^ and officers' clieofcs, elf ) ...!".!"!! $1.5i(j.305.i7 TOTAL LIABILITIES . MO 118 01 «n'6M 74 ll''>9750 ' enue that will not be borne out! mer liberal, vice chairman, tax 'committee: "The tax increases he recommends are spread fairly over our present tax sources, over corporations and individuals." Well Presented Sen. Harold Nelson, Owatonna, conservative: "The budget was by experience." Sen. Harry Wahlstrand, Willmar, Senate president pro tempore, conservative: "He suggested a / number of thijigs that are danger- 1 ous to the future of the state, such as aid for building junior colleges and nursing homes. I am opposed verv wel1 Presented and document- 0 —...ww. » M.I. wfrr^vfocu " — «---«-.•«*,« U««\A u\A,uiijcm- actual iusi oi me uigner siaic withholding. I didn't think he gave f* 1 - l wil1 need more time to study come tax to about 18 per cent. a fair COmnaHsnn hpfu'ABn nil in. it before I Can rniYfrriBnt f\n fl,^ „ comparison between an in- ^ before I can confment on the $1,516,305,17 Capital Accounts Notice to Bidders -ItU proiKto.il;> to iuruisii mau-r , lals as listed below will be recei\t<. 30.00000 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 93.273.02 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..... $f«H STj of $30,mx).00 ank '' C ° Pltal COIM18U °' : Uo "" llon ilot ' »U1 par value Memoranda Asset* Pledged or awlgned to tccur* liabUUie* »nd lot other purposes 75.200.00 BY OWNER — 19Ki 4 door Dodge. M4 S. Klvet orj»iul__HE_ 3-5811. TB53 FORD Crestliue Victoria hardtop. Good tire*, radio, heater. Tu- tou« black »od cream. HE 3-4163. H€AD THE CLASSIFIED ADS STATE OP MINNESOTA, 'County of Mower, ss: ! Sworn to and subscribed before me ' this 6th. day of January, 1958, and I hereby certify that 1 am not au officer or director of this bank. (SEAL) BLANCHE M. STADHE1M Notary Public, Mowei County, Minn., My commission «plr«» Jwi. 17, 1M4 A. *>. GA8NATZ. President C. J. QISLASON, Cwhler. Correct—Attest: A P. QARNATZ C. J. OISLASON a. v. aisLAsoN Director!, revenue." meat of the message." j Sen. Norman Larson, Ada, Conservative: "The Senate will make _ — .._,„., „.,, ,, t ,vi.i.j>vi. every effort to cut the governor's by Hie Board of County Commission- budget withnnt ir,,r,a;,.i., >• i ers oi Mower County, Miimciou a- UUQtet wuiiout impairing essential Us office in the COUTI House iu A us- services. To the extent that we are a^^^^^'Si^irr^'^to ™ k * ***&*». we ^ they will bo opened publicly and read. GASOLINE AM) DIESEL H'KL 30,000 Gallons, more or li/i*. Muiu,- »ota Specs. "House Brunei" gLigoltne, transport delhcry, F.O.B. our tniiks Austin. Minuciotii. 30.000 Gallon*, more or less. No. :' Dlesei-Puej. our specifications, transport delivery, F.o.B. our tanks, Au^- t!n, Minnesota. Proposal* and Specificatlons may b. examined and obtained at the o!:ire of Uie County linglneer. Austin, -Minnesota. As a proposal guaranty each proposal must bo accompanied by a bidder'; had CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady •Jh™i receipts 6(13,000; wholesale buying .................. ., eps ,; woesae buying confirmed that Graham was! S i aKS over M0 ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; 0 y fi j pr i ces unchanged; 93 score AA 57'/i suffering from a spastic swelling! * by about 50 per cent. Grady Wilson, a Graham associate, said the minister would take the rest ordered by the doctors after remaining here the rest of this week for further examination and treatment. Wilson said the evangelist was still planning on the Australian revival crusade, with its start set back to Feb. 15. Where Graham would spend the month's rest has not been decided. Wilson /aid the Australian program probably would be shortened somewhat. He added that a complete report on Graham's physical condition was not expected until later this week. INCOME TAX (Continued from Page I) budget message as he outlined his tax program. Essential Services "Rather we are providing essential services that we have decided to buy collectively through govern-i Cor ment. To pay for them collectively' requires contributions not only euii or nicd accordingly. 02 A 57Vi; 00 B 56%; 89 C 56 !i; ui» ur uncounted accorciinRiy AH ' -».^, « nor,;a are BUbjpct to government In- cars 90 B 57!4: 89 C 57. innfltlnn — .. ipectlon. I.AMII MARKP.T CllOlco , , 18.50 Good 10.M-18.CiO Medium 15.00-16 00 Common 12.00 down All buck nmbs discounted si per hundred weight by grade. Ltuntw over 100 ibs. discounted 20o per cwt per pound over 100. VKAL, MARKET Veal calves of all weights and cliM- « purchased. Choice 180-230 .....3J.50-34.(10 Good 180-230 23.00-30.50 Standard 27.00-28.50 Utility 180-230 lb» 24.00-25.50 Choice heavy 240-300 Ibn. ..29.00-30.50 Good heavy 240-300 Ibs. ..27.00-28.50 Culls all weight 11.00-2000 All calves over 300 Ibs. discounted S3 CWT Veal calven will ba accepted at Aug. tin until B;30 a.m. Friday. No market on Saturday. CATTLB MARKET 0 8. Prlnio «te«« & year- H«8» 27.50-20.50 U S Cholca steera St year- Dow Chem du Pont EastKod Firestone Ford Mtr Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Mtrs 24 .119 70% 29Vi 30V4 51T4 60% 57% 65K 57 6714 53 57Y4 Ml Paper. 11SM4 Jones & if 62% Ken'cott " Lor'lrd ' Lukens Stl. Minn -MJSf . Minn P&L Mon Chm Mon Dk U Mon Wrd Nat Dy P* No Am AY Nor Pac Nor St Pw Norw-Airl 72T« 38 40 40!i 50 Penney.-' ,40l l i 48=>i 84'A 63% 2*i *7*'-9R flfl u a" Good"Vt«eri"*"yei^ 'Ings 23.23-25.75 D 8 Standard atwrt & yearlings 20.T5-23.25 All heifers 50 cents to 75 centa CWT under ateer prices. All steers over 1.050 lb». and heifers over 950 Ibs. are, discounted according to weight j u. S. Commercial Cows ..17.50-20.00; D. 3. Utility Cows 16.75-18.25' Cutter 16.00-18.00 Canners 14.50-16.75 Fat Bulls 19.50-22,00 Sausage Bulls 19.75-2-4.00 Lt. Wt. Thin Bull* ;.. 14.00-16.00 AUSTIN GHAIN MARKET Soybeans Oat.s Eggs firm; receipts 12,000; wholesale buying prices ','j to V.-t higher; 70 per cent or better grade A whites 37; mixed 37; mediums 34Va; standards 34; dirties 32Vi;l 212 Vi 145% 129 56'/4 79 78% . 62% 59% 48% checks 31V4; current receipts un quoted, NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (AP) — (USDA) Butter offerings liberal; demand spotty; receipts 636,000. Wholesale prices on bulk cartons (Fresh). Creamery, 93 score (AA) 58%59 cents; 92 score (A) 58Vi-58%; 90 score (B) unquoted, C MSPP 29Vi Phil Pet,': Pure Oil Radio Crjj' '49!^ Rep Steel'' 74% Hey Tob B 99',ii Rich Oil 104',i 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 Cat Yng S & -T.IIB'A George A. Horrnel & C«. Common Stock (Wright Wells & Cfl.) Asked ,58 .14% 27% 50 Goodrich 79 V4 Goodyear 120 45% Bid 56 from the top income groups but from the middle and lower middle groups as well," he said. The governor also included in his budget message a chart he said showed that a one per cent increase in the individual income tax would be less burdensome than a one per cent sales tax. Under present state income tax rates a married man with two children and a gross income of $4,000 pays a state income tax of $28. Under the governor's proposal lie would pay $49, an increase of $21, or 75 per cent. This example assumes a standard deduction of 10 per cent. $365 Tax For a $10,000 gross income the tax would be $365 compared with the present $295, an increase of about 23 per cent. However, because state income tax payments are deductible in computing the federal income tax, there would be a saving of $15 in federal income tax. This would reduce the actual cost of the higher SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — (USDA) — Cattle 3,500; calves' 1,500; choice slaughter steers of! all weights and good grade and' below weighing 1100 Ibs down! mostly steady; steers weighing I over 1100 Ibs of good grade and; under weak to 50 lower and fully i 50 lower past two days; all heifers steady; cows mostly steady; bulls weak to 50 lower; load high choice and prime 1216 lb slaughter steers 28.75; average to high choice 1075 lb mixed steres and heifers 28.50; most choice steers 26.50 - 27.50; good 1100 Ibs down 26.00-27.00; good over 1100 Ibs 25.00 - 26.50; good and choice heifers 26.0027.50; few average to high choice heifers 28.00; utility cows 17.5018.50; canners and cutters largely 15.00-17.00; cutter and utility bulls 23.00-25.00; outstanding weighty utility bulls 25.50; vealers and slaughter calves steady; good and choice vealers 30.00-.'!o.OO; high choice and prime 37.00 - 39.00; good and choice slaughter calves 2G.OO-30.00; stocker and feeder classes quotable steady; good 1000 lb feeder steers 25.00. .. ; Hogs 15,000; barrows and gilts would operate to reduce the per-.25 lower; spots off more; sows centage of increase in the state j steady; 2 and 3 190-240 lb barrows income tax payment only ou gross! and gilts 16.25-16.75; scattering incomes ahovp Sin (inn narlu nun. 1 or,^ o !,„„,. m oc ZRUCKY Refrigeration Service HE 3-3607 AIR-CONDITIONING in- Generally, federal deducibility incomes above $10,000. Other Computation* Other computations show these early 17.00; 1 and 2 hogs 17.25 17.73; 2 and 3 240-300 Ibs 15.2516.50; 1, 2 aud 3 160-190 Ibs 15.0016.50; 1, 2 and" 3 sows 270-600 Ibs 13.00-15.50; feeder pigs steady; ;ood and choice 14.00 to mostly Mill City Boy Dies as Boipb Explodes payable to the county u ; era reserves the right to r*jci". an> .,. au proposals aud to waiv« detect* before arrival of an ambulance. ""^•counw of Mower. M«oie.-*'.a ! Michael O'Brien, also 12. a friend "• K. VZL1K JW 15, 22 . County Auditor , , • — • percentages of increase in state need for additional income taxes for these gross in- j comes: $6,000, 35 per cent; $8,000, „ .. ..... |26 per cent; $12,000, 16 per cent; ! 15.00; lew 15.50. $20,000, 11 per cent; $30,000. 9 per! Sheep 2,500; trade fairly active; cent; $40,000, 7 per cent; and slaughter lambs fully steady; $5,000, six per cent. f ">f*wes unchanged; feeder lambs, MINNFAPOITS fAP> i- Al ° ng Witl) the incwne tax rate! scarce; quotable steady; good and Saver v> f f i? ~ J , a , " ie |increase, the governor again urged , choice wooled slaughter iambs 102 w,»rfm.^ s , latally " 1ljured Jate the Legislature to approve a with-libs and down 18.30-19.00; largely \\tdnesday vhen a homemade holding system for collecting state! 19.00; good and choice wooled bomb exploded in the basement of j income taxes. He proposed that! slaughter lambs 103-J21 Ibs 16.00- pnn^.o nome j^ pel . cent Qf Qne year , g Ux be , 180|J . shorn j ainbs abseut . cul j lQ - Sayer was , "forgiven" to ease the changeover ; choice slaughter ewes 5.00-750- holding the device in his hands which would otherwise require!good and choice feeder lambs when it detonated. The youth died j payment of three year's taxes in quotable 19.00-20.00. h»f«r. nwi v.i ,f „- ~™u,., . ivQ ye{u . s _ • CHICAGO LIVESTOCK , Two years ago a proposal for CHICAGO (AP) — Butcher hog who was standing nearby when i withholding without forgiveness, prices were 25 to 50 cents lower the bomb went off, wu unhurt, iwu rejected. i today with most ol tine «etb«ck on AUCTION! AUCTION! AUCTION! Hull's Auction Mart 2 milci touth of Austin on River Road, 105, to Auction sign then Vi mile west. Large Sale of Tools Furniture and Household Goods FRIDAY, JANUARY 16th - 7:00 P. M. Urge hooted building. Lunch served. Plenty parking tpact. NEW MERCHANDISE New t>eautiful davenport and choirs; Dinette set; Chest of drawers; Bsdtoom suites; Electric drills, Drill bits; Blankets; Fryers; Coffes makers; and many other new items. CONSIGNED MERCHANDISE Furniture and household goods of all kinds; Wringer washing fiK>- chine, like new. Beds, springs and mattresses. Pine 2 by 4 |um- oer. Nearly new gas stove. Dining room table and buffet; Vanities. Refrigerator; 11x15x5 Sandelle Velvet, All Wool Pile Rug. China closet, Davenport and chair, gas tank heater, Kenmore 30 lf 'elecWie range. Model A Ford Pick-up; many other Items. BUY AT AUCTION AND SAVE LARGEST AUCTION MART IN COUNTRY COLS. HULL and THOMSEN, Auctioneer. 1

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