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12 Tmesday, ian. 25, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTF . . Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier her.·· · Trouser Cuff s Are Reluming to Britain London, (IP) -- Trouser cuffs, double-breasted suits, pleats and h DANCE -- CARL BEAN WED. EARL HUNT (OLD TIME) FRI. DON ERICKSON'S ORCH. SAT. I A1-I7 B I I C AFTER DANCE LA I C D U d WED. - FBL - SAT. - 8US. extra pockets are: coming back in Britain. · · ' . . - . · ' . ' ' \ They "may bioom legally on men's suits after Feb. 1, although the new "non-austerity" clothes may not be delivered before March 1, an official o£ the national federation of merchant tailors said. The board of trade; which -has cept Britishers cuffless since 1939, declined comment pending official answers to questions at the next sitting of commons. V END "WHISTLING IN BROOKLYN"--Red Skelton TUES -- "DtCTfM EAriflM' iulAMA" 'PISTOL PACKIN' MAMA" Kent Controls Too Low', Chicago, OJ.PJ--OPA rent controls . were frozen almost 14 per cent too-low, the Mortgage Bankers Asn. of America said following a survey of members from, 100 cities in 40 states. . BIG Wed. (jElESd 3 D AYS 2 BIG MID-WEEK ATTRACTIONS! fHAOY- BEACH With JAN CAREER'S SWING MUSIC PLUS TERRORIZING DRAMA! Victor Jory "Unknown Guest" MAT EVE. 3Qc Plus Tax gotth 8k«rt. Clear L«k« DANCING /EVERY NIGHT C*ine--"ttf Our Dellcloui, F»« IB teaks - Fried Chicken · Home Barbecued Ribs ' Fried Fish NOW SHOWING 21c Till 6'- Eve. 26c, Plus Tax JOAN LESLIE ·iTtlKU!TC».BOUZ»»C«F.[M«lbr HtOUM. CUtltt of this Community BONDS m PICTURE What is nearest and dearest to you if the safe return of your sou oc brother or husband. 'You want to see all the boys from .this -community come home jooa and safely. You won't be reiy hippy if that empty chair will still be empty when the BIG DAY at long Use comes. Buying an EXTRA WAX BOND or two 6ts into dlis picture. Brigadier Geoeral Albert J. Browning, one of out top ranking supply men, tells you: "Where opposing armies-baVe" ncaily equal equipment, losses are usually heavy on bodi sides. Bur where one side has superior quantity a quality, its losses of «"*" are low, voile those of the other side mount appallingly." Extra War Bond* foot the bill for ei trawar equipment. Your ertra 11QQ War Bond has paid foe an all-impoi-, tant tommy gun oc an extra dip of bullets o t an extra medki] packet. You -have made it possible. "Lei's M Back the Attack" i»ith EmaVanBoods. THElEDnOR- in Swi me LAST - TIMES BETTE - DAVIS TUESDAY · MIRIAM - H O P K I N S - in 'Old - Acquaintances' The - Joy - Ride - of - Your - Movie - Life! Winneshiek Pion^r Dies at Decorah Home Decorah --Peter C. Johnson, 83, died Sunday, having been in failing health the past 2 years. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at the First Lutheran church with the'Rev. T. A. Hoff officiating and burial will be in the Lutheran cemetery. Mr. Johnson was borri in Winneshiek county Nov. 13, 1860, and was married March 25, 1891, to Ellen Lyngaas, who survives. They farmed until 1911 when they moved 'to Decorah to live.' Mrs. Johnson has been quite ill recently and still is hvoed. Besides his wife he is survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Selmer Narum and Estella Johnson; ,son, Phillip M. Johnson; one sister, Mrs.'David- D. Hexom; and one brother, Albert C. Johnson, all of Decorah. * .' SOME WEIGHTS SHOW 251 CAIN Choice Heavy Steers Reach Top of $17.00 Chicago, (If) -- A considerable improvement in the hog situation at Chicago with holdovers sharply reduced from recent weeks, was seen as the result of the marketing permit system currently in effect. Good and choice heavy steers sold steady^ reaching the top,of J17.00. All classes of sheep were active. The war food administration announced Tuesday the temporary extension of the government's price support program to include chice Butcher hogs weighing up to 350 pounds. The weights originally supported by this . program at $13.75 were 200 to 270 pounds, and were recently extended to include 300 pounders. The new extension effective Jan. 27, was made to protect farmers Who have been unable to market their hogs because of stockyard congestion and to encourage them to hold their hogs until ' the present crowded conditions,of stockyards is cleared/Good and choice 200 to 300 pound weights held within the support level of $13.75 locally, while other weights showed gains of 25 cents and sows were up 10 cents. Of the 21,000 fresh- salable arrivals it was estimated that around 17,000 farmers owned hogs would remain unsold. Midwest Livestock Trend ' " Steady Good Butcher** 140-150 Ibj. ,»»M 1JO-160 lb«. ....'. »10.M 1(0-170 UK. tlLIO 170-1M It*. tll.70 uo-aoo ibs. tarn 100-210 lh«. »13.4» 3JO-344 Ibs. »11« 240-2(0 Itx. »13.« no-no IBJ. 300-330 (TUESDAY'S PRICES) Albert L«a ' Amtin. Minn: Study Waterloo Study C*d.r Rapid! SUaAr »».60 aio.ao $11.10 J11.60 »12J» , 270-309 IDs. ....$13.40 . 112.1S . »12.7i Ibi. Ibi. Good Fackirjf Sows-370-300 Ibs. $11.70 30C-330 Itw, $11.70 330-3*0 Iba. $11.10 340-WO Ib8 Jll.SJ 400-4M Ibc .....^ 111.50 410-500 Ibs. $11.40 113.40 113.40 S13.40 113.40 S1290 $15. *0 (11.70 S11.70 $11.73 S11.70 S11.60 ' . 112.00 111.70 »13.45 W3.45 S13.45 »1» «5 »1«.«5 113.45 « 12.80 SJ11.1S (11.75 *11.U. »11.55 »11.43 ·11.00 I11.4A 1U.W tu.u $13.45 $13.45 $13.45 $13.43 $12.90 *12.70 $11.70 (11.70 111 .70 $11.80 Fred Allen Broadcasts Are Popular EDITOR'S NOTE--Every Sn day night millions of persons ever the nation are at their dio* to hear the Fred Allen bro east. Yon have heard the Jos. and music and now Jack Gi United Press Broadway coll 1st, civec yon the other half the ptetBre--what U looks like a« . $11.40 TREAT the FAMILY TO A MEAL HERE They'll enjoy It. Mother, especially, will enjoy a break in the monotony ot meal plan- nine. Choose from a lane Variety of delicious, tempting; dishes. THE SODA GRILL ROLLER SKATING fict set for some brand new laughs, looks, and listens at the fastesfctnoving show on the current screen ... as a happy gang of troupers gives out for our fi aH over the STARTING Wednesday Night Skating Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Mason City Armory BOBEXT DOXAT "ADVENTURES OF TARTU" ~" UWU'WMY IUHTT · JULY MAM · Ml CMWAY, JMX " u " i " p *!ng You -CondUlifllit Original Story *r.d Scrt«fl Play by nce » 5p«ci»l m«t«riol by IF - IT'S - FUN YOU'RE AFTER THIS . IS - YOUR DISH! LET'S . GO! will J O A N CAItOll 1DMON.D O'MIIN IVTH W A I t I C K STARTING WED (WF A) --Salable hogs 21,000; total 28,000; good and choice 200 to 300 pounds slow- and steady at $13.75 the top; other weights uneven 1 strong to 25 cents higher; sows strong to 10 cents higher; good and choice 300 to 350 pound heavies $12.65 to $13.10; 160 to 190 pounds $12.40 to $13.50; good and choice ; 350 to 550 pound sows $11 85 to $12.10;/ choice lighter weights up to $12.25; estimated around 7,000 unsold. Salable cattle, 10,000; salable calves 1,000; good and choice fed steers with weights" and all grade yearlings steady; medium grade weighty steers weak, largely' steer run; light yearlings scarce; heifers steady to weik; cows and bulls steady; little change in vealers at $15 00 down; bulk slaughter steers $14.00 to $16.25; top $17.00, paid for choice to price 1250 pound averages; next highest price $16.75; bulk heifers $12.50 to $15.50; best $16.00; fairly broad shipper demand for good grade cows and heavy hei£ers_at $11.50 to $13.00; practical top weight sausage bulls $11.50; weighty beef bulls to $12.00; stock cattle firm at $10.50 to $12.25. . Salable sheep 5,000; total 5,000; an classes active, steady to strong; 4 loads good and choice, mostly good , grade fed wooled western Iambs sold $15.85 and $15.90; several load uniformly good and choice lambs firmly held at $16.00; 2 loads medium and good wooled lambs $15.25 to $15.50; few medium and good yearling wethers $13.00; load good yearling ewes to killers $12.75; agtd slaughter i ewes $8.00 down; load largely good | fed western ewes $7.85. WHEAT, RYE FUTURES GAIN Good Commission House Demand Is Reported Chicago, (£")·--Wheat and rye fu-. tures d i s p la y e d considerable strength Tuesday, rye leading-the upturns with gains of more than a cent'at times on good commission house demand. The oats trade, however, remained light and^prices ·were firm. ·Local operators were buyers in the wheat pit and offerings in both wheat and rye markets were small since the trade was not inclined to take the selling side in view of the disappointing moisture. · Wheat finished % to 1 cent higher than the previous close, May $1.71%, July $1.69, oats were up % to %, May ^8%, rye showed gains of % to'1%, May $1-30% to $1.30%, and barley ended the day Vt to %· higher, May $1.22%. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Tteioay'i Market) Chicago, (if)--Wheat none. No corn. No oatfi. ~ Barley, malting tlJZ'Sl.W,'* nominal; , . . leed 51.183 l-22\i .nominal. . Field seed per 100 Ibs,. timothy So .75® *6 nominal. Red top SU'jjSlS nominal. Red clover $31.50 nominal. "Sweet clover $10.50 nominal. , Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Tuesday No. 2 white oats .,.70c No. 2 shelled com No. 2 ear corn No. 2 soyi Barley :..'..-. ....75c-$l Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY--For Tuesday light. . Good light lights Good light lights Good light lights .......... Good light lights ........ 1BOJOO 11X10 gold lilht »·..:.,... 2JS SJS 1TO-180 llJO Good med. wt. butchers Good med. wt. butchers Good med. wt butchers Rood med. wt. butchers Good med. wt. butchers Good packing sows .... Good sows ....' Good sows .... Good sows .... Good sows .... Good sows moisture) moisture) =/ 5 . beans .$1.02 ...98c .$1.80 STOCK TRENDS ARE INDEFINITE A Few Specialties Occupy Front Row New York, (/Py--A few specialties occupied the front row in Tuesday's stock market performance while many leaders exhibited scant interest. The course was moderately uneven ^at .the start and inedefinite trends prevailed near the close. Dealings slowed after a fairly active get-away and transfers for the full stretch -were around 700,000 shares. Earnings, dividends and individual developments bolstered favorites. Wall street continued to devote the major p*art of its attention to the war loan drive and corporate securities' were permitted to go ; their own way without the benefit of much public or professional stimulation. Potential buyers generally were inclined to step carefully, pending outcome of the congressional tax wrangle and possible foreign eventualities. Homestake mining hit' a new 1B43-44 top. American Foreign Power Preferreds pushed up 1 to around 5 points. Ahead were International Telephone, P a t i n l o mines,' Eastman Kodak,' Budd Mfg., -International Harvester, Goodyear, Santa Fe and Woolworth. Most Steels, Motors, Aircrafts, Coppers, Oils and Utilities were about unchanged to a shade lower. Bonds were relatively steady. CHICAGO GKATN CLOSE (Toti*»j-« Mtrktt) , WHEAT-- Hleh May »1.71ii July 1.69!'. Sept. 1.63^ May July BYE-May 1.30"4 . July l.SSVi Sept , IJSii Dec 1.2B?B .78% Produce (Merchant Quotations) . (Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse) MASON CITY--For Tuesday Eggs, current receipts : ·. -30c Springs, heavy breeds -.24c Leghorn'springs, 2 Ibs. over 2 Ic Heavy hens 21c Hens, under 4 Ibs. ...- .18c Cocks, heavy 128',, 1.27 ___ _____ 17C Cocks! fieghorns ............. 15c All No. 2 Poultry 4 cents less 38c July Sept. . 220-240 *13.40 , 240-270 J13.40 . 170-300 U3.40 . 300-33) $13.00 . 330-360 SI2.75 . ZJO-300 . 300-330 $11.70 . 330-360 111.70 . 360-400 (11.70 . 400-450 Him . 45O-50O »IL50 Miscellaneous CHICAGO POTATOES Taeil»Vs M»rkct Cb[ea|0. (J^--(WFA)--Potatoes, arrivals 114: on track 312; total U. S. shipments 1.032: supplies moderate;-for best quality Idaho Russets and western stock demand moderate, market firm: -for northern stock demand very slow, market weak; Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1. £5.40; Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. I. $3.42: Nebraska Bills Triumphs IT. S. No. I, S3.44; Minnesota and North Dakota Bliss Triumphs Commercials $2.30; Florida Bliss Triumphs U. s. No. 2, $2.75B2.80 per 30 Ib. sack, W.1083.I5 per bushel basket. 1J9K lEggs, at retail . .T ............ 38c *·%$ Butter, Iowa State Brand ---- 49c Butter, Cdrn Country ........ 4Hc Butter, Brookfield ........ ...49c CHICAGO PBODUCE x T»t!d»y-s Market) Chacac*. (IP) -- Butter, firm; receipts 153,016; market unchanged.. : Eg»s. receipts 11,975; weak, specials 1-2 38'Ac; 3-4 37 to 37(4c; e.ttras 1-2 36ViC. CHICAGO POULTRY (Tueid»?'» Market) Chi»i«, (.Pi-- Poultry, live: steady: 2 cars 15 trucks; market unchanged. By JACK GAVEB New York, (U.R)--It is : to call upon a poker face ant bit of broken field running to ; got!ate the last -block to the C| lumbia Broadcasting .System stij dio, a former theater, where T~ Allen broadcasts. The sidewalk j filled with young people : beseech any and all who pass: "Any extra tickets for broadcast, .Mister?" "Gotta' spaJ for the Allen show?" "Hey. Msf got some tix yadoaneed?". The popularity of the show I ing what it is, they have abputj much luck as a mole trying'! thread a needle. ' Half an hour before the . broadcast time Sunday nlfht larfe theater was well filled the seats in the front half of orchestra were taken. There no reserved seats (or these sho you come early and crab the 1 .The curtain was. up on : . stage, where'there were 2 mie phones on standards down froj a semicircular arrangement chairs for the 25 members of Goodman's orchestra, a podiu for the conductor, a vivid bl« drape about halfway hack e| tending from wing to wing whif bore the legend, "Texaco Deal Present Fred Allen," a high del or bench with some parapheraa.'J upstage right where the' spuJ effects man rooms, and half | dozen chairs for the use of members during free momenj The musicians began to seep 'i to the'stage from the wings 8:18 for a brief warmup- and, | minutes later, Allen, looking "" a well-fed mandarin, nattily aL tired in a brown suit and accel sories and cuddling a matchirf briefcase under his right ; walked on briskly from the r and told the audience that in any of them might have gott^ pushed into the theater by take they still had 6 minutes get out. He explained that he felt th warning was necessary since sou time back certain citizens Hackensack, N. J., on sortie wit) a burlesque show objective, gd into the studio by mistake an| were extremely put ont beeau there was no pelt parade. The comedian directed friendly jibes at Jack Benny, in troduced the members of his'Te aco Star Theater company and.: nally got the go-ahead from .. engineers in a glass-enclps-., booth to the right-side of the ail ditoriuin ; near the 'stage. Signs 3 either side of the prosceniua lighted up with the words ''On til air" and the orchestra played tlf introductory music. Allen and Announcer 3imri "Wellington stood on opposite sici^ of the center mike as the-^., performed his commercial'missin and then, both reading frbl Liu Lin Lin Lin Lin Lit! Lit Lir his Liu IJS 1 lien fes I mil lute luto ·uto Into ieau · oar ·us. EUS. fate fard Jem |lea T.ott; peat I lor ICKX Dan t* exceutre raa ft h*K*. ple*« all the pUnt bt(«r« dellTCrinr *»T t.(- JACOB E. DECKEft * SONS. . CATTLE MASON CTTY-- Tor Tuesday Choice sletts and neueu ...514,00-15.00 Good stnrs and heifers ... *12£0-1340 Med. steers and helfcis .... HO.OO-lIiO Com. steers and helfcis ---- $ 8.00- 9.50 Cows, dry fed .............. $ «jfl- S.OO Com. cows .................. * 7.50- 8.00 Butcher bulls ........... .... S S.00-10.00 Bologna bulls ................ S8.00- 9.00 'Bologna bulls, llsht ...... i. S 7.00- 8.00 Cutters ... ................... ·s.oo- 7.00 Caaners. heavy ........ ...... 9 5.00- 6.00 Caumers. light .............. S 4.00- S.OO Fancy select calves ... . 312-00-13.00 . . I (.OOdlra DAV Officer Says 2 Million Americans May Be Disabled in War Washington, (iF)--Two million Americans might be disabled in this war, Millard W. Rice, service officer of the disabled American veterans, told a mittee. senate subcom- Calves, (d. to choice. 130-190 111.00-13.00 Calves, fair to good .. 130-190 $ 9.00-10.00 Calves, common to lair , Calves, cull , SHEEF MASON CITY--Tor Tuesday Genuine sp. lambs, gd to ch $14.00-14.75 Gen. sp. lamb*, med. to good S12.5Q-I3.M Fed ewex, good to choice S 5.00- (.00 Common ewes S 1.00- 2.00 Buck. S .75-l.M With 11.200,000 men and women in the armed forces this year, Rice said 850,000 would be disabled if the percentage of casualties in the first -world war is maintained. ,Rice testified in'connection -with mustering - out p a y legislation ·which he said should not be considered as a substitute lor future adjusted compensation Ipr disabled veterans. Hides ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK «ECE1PTS (Tuesday** Market) * Cbicai.. (,P)--(WFA1--Officially estimated salable livestock Wednesday: Hogs 18.000: cattle 11.000: sheep 7,000. NEW.TOEK PBODUCE Tuej4»T's Market) New York. {flV^Butter 810,459: firm. Prices unchanged, at ceiling. Cheese 336.832; nominal, no quotations. Ejtgs 21,891: weak.' Current general wholesale selling prices iollow: Mixed colors, special No. 1. to No. 4, 0 Ibs. and over 39V4eWacj special No. 1 to No. 4, 46 Ibs. average 3»'.ic; extra No. 1 to No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over 3S'/jS3Sc; extra No. 1 to No. 2. .45 Ibs. average 35!i(g3S',i'c: extra medium 40 Ibs. average- 29c; extra pullets 33-37 Ibi.. 24V1S XK: standards 43-44 Ibs. XJilSM'.ic; current receipts 43 Ibs. average 3Sc- t dirties 43 Ibs. SSfitSS^ic: checks 32tf;32Hc'; refrigerators 27R30c. White, special No. 1 to No. 4, 47 Ibs. and over 41Vie43!4c; special No. 1 to No. 4. 46 Ibs. average 40!5c; special medium 42-43 Ibs. 3Z933c; special medium 40 Ibs. average 31c; extra No. 1 and No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over 40@40*^c: extra No. 1 and No. 2. 45 IDS. average 37V333c: .extra medium 42-43 Ibs. 316315ic: extra medium 40 IDS. average 30c; extra pallets .35-37 Ibs. 23',i«J6c; duck, average 50-33; duck small 34-40. Brown, special No. 1 to No. 4, 47 Ibs. and over 38ift3»c: speda scripts, they launched into the'c. change that built up to the fid shortage continuity. The . sfl chewed discreetly throughout 11 broadcast, arid it just might ha| been gum. Portland Hoffa (Mrs. Alle graying, bni^as trim and pretty] when she was a chorus girl J years ago, seemed to be higH amused at or by her spouse dtl ine -their exchanges. One member of the cast, the rot- ex-T a u d e v i 1 1 i.a n Jack Sn sported a beard and hairdo tlj, made him resemble Henry VHI1 a more tractable moment bat n| ther interfered with his mie phone technique. The guest star,of the evenij Jimmy Durante, breezed on af| a song number by Hi, Low, JaT and the Dame, who rallied aroul the mike at stage left'l for thl chore. Durante wore a brown si and hat, black four-in-hand, horj rimmed glasses and N his iis ebullient manner. As was to QMtatiau nrrnbhrt VT Walt Bm, Int, 3M riflk Street lamUwot Honehldes M.OO ·CaXEEN BECF BIDES Boll hides* 8c From IS Ibs. up lie Trom 15 Tb. down 12c ·Cured hide* Ic a rb. higher. Also Ic a, Jb. higher foe green bides to wholesal* dealers In' wholesale quantities. HOLD BLEICH RITES Wesley--Funeral services Paper Omits All News and Ads; Prints Only Pictures of Servicemen Holdredce, Nebr- {/P) -- The Holdrcge Daily Citizen was published Monday with the regular No, 1 to No, 4, 4£ Ibs. average special medium 42-43 Ibs. so'.ig clal medium 40 Ibs. average extra No. 1 and No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over 37e37'.4c: extra No. 1 and No. t. 45 ibs. average 34Q36C; extra medium 42-43 Ibs. 39',ie30c; extra medium 40 Ibs. 28V?c; extra pullets 53-37 Ibc. 24 ! ,iG I5c. for Albert J. Bleich, 77, who died in the /Kossuth hospital Wednesday were held Saturday morning at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley with the Rev. L. N. Klein in charge of requiem high mass. MASQUERADE BALL AT DOUGHERTY Wedicsday, Jaa. 26, Earl Hunt number of pages but there wasn't a line'of -news nor any advertising. Instead the pages were filled with pictures o£ 553 of the estimated 750 Phelps county men in the armed forces. The only headline read "553 of the more than 750 reasons why Phelps county people should buy more war bonds." Fops 2-in-One Wichita, Kan., {U.R)--Mrs. Roy Swanson of Wichita knew it took a lot of eggs to bake an angel food cake, but she didn't think her recipe called for any 2-in-l variety. When the cook started breaking eggs recently, she found a hard- shelled egg about the siie of. a robin's inside »f a regulation egg. Sailor Martin Visits; News of Men in Service Eatfe Grove--Merle Martin of the navy visited for several days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. -H. Martin. He left Eagle Grove nearly 2 years ago and has been in and seen action in practically every fighting zone in the south.jPacific. Pvt. Francis .Grandgeorge of Scott Field, 111, and Cpl. Dale Grandgeorge of the marines visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Grandgeorge. The corporal has been on Guadalcanal for the past year. Private Francis was accompanied by his wife and small son, Jackie, and- they also visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Knutson. ' Raymond Meade, seaman 1/c,' and Mrs. Meade, of Norfolk, Va.,' visited the former's mother, Mrs. Julia Meade, on a 10 day furlough. expected he contributed the i animated performance of the ev n ing .because the Durante methol calls for arm-waving, hat-snatcl ing and a shifting -stance whiJ he feels are necessary to ke the mike guessing' as to wherfe : next word is coming from. The. sound effects man, had not earned his carfare du| ing the first part of the prograrf ran the gamut of door knockin openings, and closing in the la: 10 minutes while Allen, Durantl Smart, Allan Reed and Charlf Cantor were involved in, the war stamp-FBI "routine. After the signoff, Allen put another plug for'Benny, explairi ing to the audience that the ep demic of pigeon deaths here la: week was the result .of the bin inhaling the t)dor of an old Beni script, and announced next, week guest star. He leaned down froi the edge of the'stage, to chat wit friends for a few minutes and the departed for home with not care in" the world--except ne: week's script. "SUPERCAT" TIPS Z« IBS. Bar-Harbor, Me^ (U.R)--The It month-old pet cat rf Mrs. Josep Walls has the distinction of beta a supercat in the feline worli Nibbie weighs 20 pounds and t a languid stretch on his hind lei can help himself at the kitche sink . Boy War Sarian I canter. l*y. a»* Pic. James M. Copp,. located at a camp .near Shreveport, La.-, has returned to his port following an 11 day furlough spent with his parents, Mr. and Mn. Frank Air Express Soars Boston, (U.R)--General Coun George C. Neal of the civil ae nautics board reports that though rates for cargo service ! airplane were 4 to 6 times hi-" than the highest rates of any form of transportation the do tic 'airlines carried 23,000,000,1 pound-miles of air express f 1MJ.

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