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22 Thursday, Feb. It, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MONTANA OVER TOP IN BONDS Joins Rhode Island on At tailing Quota Washington, (£)--Montana has Joined Rhode Island as an over- the-top state in the $14,000,000,000 4th war loan, still $2,532,000,000 short of its goal with 7 more days to go. William H. Hartley, executive director o£ the Montana war finance committee, reported to the treasury that Tuesday's sales put his state above its $31,000,000 quota with $11,190,000 in "E" bond purchases representing 93 per cent \ of the "E" objective. Rhode'Island passed the 100 per cent mark last week. · i Releasing reports from 16 other states Wednesday, the treasury, explained ttiat in some of them the time lag between actual sales and fjfderal reserve bank tabulations tails .to reflect current totals. In Florida, for instance, the lag was placed at a full week. Here are some other state percentages (of total quota first and of E bond quota second where such information was supplied) based on Wedensday's recapitulations: Minnesota 89.2 and 67.5; Missouri 89 and 56; Colorado 80; Nebraska 74 arid 55. PALACE ENDS FRI. Yourse'f Far Laughs. sr/fi* G O R C E Y · H U N T Z HSU RIEL DELL - JOAN MARSH. -- AND -GHOST SHIP Dix Mai. 21e - Eve. 30c - Plus Tax · STARTS SAT. · ; HENRY ALDRICH "BOY SCOUT- JEMMY LYDON "TARZAN'S DESERT MYSTERY" COPS RESCUE WOMAN Cincinnati, Ohio, ttJ.R) --Police became woodsmen recently in rescuing Mrs. Hattie A. Bonte. When the car in which she was riding got out of control, it skidded over an embankment and landed in a grove of trees. Police cut down a tree in order to remove her. BUT War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. , japs Claim American Airmen Killed 58 Missionaries in Raid By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS · The Tokyo radio asserted Wednesday that American airmen had tilled 58 and seriously wounded SO missionaries or members of their families in a machine gun attack against Japanese barges near Wewak, New Guinea, last Sunday. The "authorities concerned" will soon submit a detailed report to the Vatican about the "inhuman machine, gunning," said the broadcast, which apparently was part of a propaganda campaign iouched off by recent allied disclosure of Japanese war atrocities. The radio declared that the missionaries were being taken from the war zone "through the good offices of Japanese mili-tary authorities" and added that Japanese forces had offered "determined protection" against the attack; STATE . BUSTER CKABBE "Billy the Kid's Smoking Guns" "Wins. t'b»Il. 4 Coast Guard" Ends Tonite, Thurs. "Between Us Girls" Plus "Hallwar o Shmrhji" ITS - A - HONEY NOW-PLAYING FOLLOW - THE - CROWDS * *t « Whm Alt bnmovab}* Body! mm Now - A - Good - Show - Ercry - Day - of - the -- STARTING - SUNDAY - USES WRONG TACTICS Miami, Fla., (U.PJ--lonely Cpl. Enrico Ciotfi of Washington, D. C., stationed with the Army Air Forces at" Miami Beach, struck upon a .bright idea recently. He sat in Miami's Bayfront Park for several hours with a sign, "Girl Wanted," on his back.. He amused passersby, but was ignored by "the girls. His efforts were not rewarded. He thinks he will have to try some other method for getting himself a Florida girl friend. VOTE AGAINST UNION Santa Monica, Cal., (fP)--Doug- las Aircraft company employes at the concerns huge parent plant here voted Tuesday to remain non-union. A company spokesman said tabulations early Wednesday showed 33.3 per cent of the workers ballotted against the CIO united . automobile workers and 46.7 per cent for the union. Real Estate Transfers Randall, David E. and wife, to Arnita M. Searle and husband as joint tenants-$l (W. D.) Lot 11, Blk. 6, in Grand View an Add. to Mason City. 1-19-44. Brown, Lola M., guardian, to Russell W. Phillips et al $65 (Probate D.) Lots 1 and 2 and 3 in Blk. 10 in Rockwell as joint tenants. 10-11-43. Eikenberry, Maude M., et al to Russell W. Phillips and Lena A. E., as joint tenant $650 (W. D.) Lots 1, 2, 3, in Blk. 10 in Rockwell platted on the N. W. ft of S E of 3-94-20. 8-24-43. Ends . Thursday "HOSTAGES" "There's Something About .'· a Soldier" FRIDAY - SATURDAY Ted Lewis and Band "IS EVERYBODY ' HAPPY" CO-HIT RICHARD ARLEN "Submarine Alert" "Don Winslow of the Coast Guard" 70 TILL 6:0* - THEN o -I c as Tax - Child. Iftt ^ I THE - YEAR'S - MOST - TIMILY - P I C T U R E - HIT! Mamie Gerlach Frl.--Don Erkkson Sat., Son.--Mamie Gerlach Hues.--Ray Pearl Thnrs., Feb. 17. 31,000 HEAD OF SWINE RECEIVED 15,000 Are Unsold When Trading Ends Chicaco, (/F)--The hog market vas little changed 1 from previous sessions Thursday, prices remain- ng on a level with those paid all iveek. In the'absence of strictly choice grades, steers topped at $16,90 in uneven trade. Good and choice fed wooled western lambs opped 5 cents lower than Wednesday at $16.35. , " Total shipments of hogs were 31,000 of .which big packers had 14,000 .shipped in on direct consignments. Indications were that about 15,000 farmer owned hogs would remain unsold over night. The top of $13.75 was paid by packers for the supported weights and grades, the same classes gong to- other interests for $13 to 513.60. Sows made gains of 10 cents, choice light weights going to S12.50. (WFA)--Salable hogs 17,000; total 31,000; slow, steady on all weights; strong to lOc higher on sows; good and choice 200 to 330 Ibs. to packers $13.75 the top; few sales good and choice 250 to 33d Ibs. to other interests ^ $13-13.50; ;ood and choice 170 to 190 Ibs. S12.85-13.60; few lots good grade 150 to 160 Ibs. $12-12.50; good and choice 350 to 550 lb, sows $12.15-12.40, choice light weights S12.50. Estimated holdovers 15,000. v Salable cattle, 5,000; salable calves 800; lew steers and yearlings verjr uneven, strictly good and choice kind fully steady, others steady to weak; comparative short-fed selling at $13.50-15.50 predominated in run; strictly choice offerings. absent; top $16.90; few loads $16.35-16.85; stock cattle scarce; firm, fully 25c higher for v week to date; heifers strong, cows and bulls steady* to strong, instances 10-15c higher; vealers fully steady at S15 down; most sausage bulls $9-11 according to weight and condition, with shipper-type weighty kind quotable, to S11.50; cutter cows 57.75 down; light · cutters $6.25, but strong-weight-canners selling up to S7. Salable sheep 10,000; total 12,500; shipper top $16.35 on approximately 5 doubles good and :hoice fed wooled western lambs, 5c lower than Wednesday; packers bidding fully 25c lower on wooled lambs, however, .short deck good and choice fall shorn fed lambs sold steady to packers at $15.40; sheep steady, 5 double good and choice fed western ewes $8.65. THURS. - FRI. Aboard the Submarine 'Copperfin'-with a cargo of courage and TNT--they slug it Japs { Obey That Impulse! DANCE · FUN FOR ALL AGES · EARL HUNT FRI. LYNN KERNS SAT. CHUCK HALL SUN. COMING NEXTTUES. The Rave of the Midwest , RAY PEARL'S ORCHESTRA featuring a group of Outstanding Entertainers jusl as you have enjoyed hearing them over CBS. Hog Market Little Changed O O Midwest Livestock (THURSDAY'S : Albert Le* Minn. Trend ·- Good* Butchers-- Steady l«-13« Ills. tttu 150-160 Ibs. »io.7u 160-170 Ibs. (ll.lo 170-130 Ibs. 111.70 180-200 UK. »12.20 200-220 Ibs. J13.40 220-240 Ibs. »!3.« 240-260 Ibs. »13.40 260.270 Ibs JI3.«0 270-200 Ibs. 113.40 330-360 Jbs »12.S3 300-320 Ibs. .· 913.40 Good Packing Sows-270-300 Ibs. · JH.10 300-230 Ibs tlJ.70 330-360 Ibs .-. J U 7 0 360-400 Ibs. /»11.60 400-450 Ibs ;. Ju.so 450-500 Ibs. ,,.., *li 40 500-550 Ibs. ; JU.30 PRICES) Austin, Uirm. · Steady I 9.60 110.60 111.10 . SI 1.60 *12.20 113.40 113.40 113.40 913.40 S13.40 $13.40 S 12.90 $11.70 ' JU.70 S11.79 S11.60 J1J.5O Waterloo Steady 111.50 11200 J12.10 S13.45 113.45 313.45 $13.45 $13.45 S 13.15 $12.00 S11.7S 511.73 511.75 $11.65 M1.5S 111.43 Cedar BjpicU Stead? ·11.00 111.40 $12.80 $13.45 I13.4J J13.4J * 13.45 $13.45 113.45 512.45 ·11 .TO 111.70 $11.70 ju.eo 111.50 SI 1.30 D atrons in Several Chicago Loop Hotels iave to Make Up Beds Chicago. (£)--"There are your rieets and pillow cases, sir. Would you mind making "P your wn, bed tonight?" That is the good night greeting _ patrons from harried clerks nd managers in several Chicago op hotels this week. "What can you do in a 20 floor otel," William J. Liggett of the _.aSalle asks, "when only 3 or 4 maids show up for work?" 'ATTEHSON Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance. 322 North Washington, Phone 1140. MAJOR Funeral Home, 209 Second N. E. Efficient Service plus Reverence. 'Am- ulance. Phone 511. · \ UcAlTLEY and Son Funeral Home. Complete service Day arid Night, 8 South .dams. Phone 651. GRAINS TRY TO MAKE ADVANCE Strength Soon Fades,.Prices Little Changed Chicago,- (fP)--Grains made an attempt' to advance during the early part of the session Thursday, but t h e market's strength soon laded and prices drifted back to around previous closing levels. A good part of the early demand in wheat and rye appeared to be covering by previous shortsellers. A report that s o m e acreage seeded to wheat. in Kansas still had not germinated gave the market some support, as did heavy snows in parts of the mid- west. . It was felt that snows would result in an increased demand for grain as a livestock feed. Offerings of corn from the country were fairly large, being placed^at 130,000 bushels. Sagging tendencies continued through to the close and final prices were at the day's lows. Wheat closed la-V-i lower, May $1.70%, oats were off V-%, May 79-79£, -rye was down %~lYi, May $1.29^-1.291/8, and barley was y s lower to % higher. May $1-21%. CHICAGO CASH GKAlN* (Thursday Marled.) Chicago, (.T 5 ?--Wheat none. OaLs. sample £radc while aO'*c. Barley, malting $l-25*n.«!* nominal; (CCd $1.181.22ti. Field seed per 100 Ibs.: Timothy $5.75ii 6 nominal; red top SM315 nominal: red clover $31.50 nominal; sweet clover SIO 50 nominal. « · Local Livestock / H O G S MASON CITY-For Thursday Steady. . Good light llenu .; ....... 140-150 » 8.90 Good light llshts ......... 150-1(0*990 Good light Ughu ......... 160-170 J10 90 Good light lights ·- ........ 170-180 411.90 Good Ught llfihtj ... ..... 1BO-200 11190 ood light lights ........ 200-220*13.40 iOod mcd. wt. butchers .. 220-240 $13.40 -Jood m-d wt. butchers .. 240-270 S13.40 jood med. wt. butchers .. 270-300 sin 40 3ood tned. wt butchers .. 300-330 SI340 jood med. wt hutchcrs .. 330-360 Sl'90 Good packing .tows ....... 210-300 Jll 70 jood sows ................ 3HO-330 $1170 Good sown ................ 330-360 111.70 d sows ................ 360-400 111.70 ^ . d SOWS ................ 400-450 SUM Good sow." ................ 450-500 JI1.50 Due (· decisive r.n or bor«. Dl«» call IhB pttnt btfort ( drl!««jlnr «m b.fs. JACOB E. DECKER * SONS. CATTLE MASON CITY-- For Choice steers ana nelfers ood steers «nJ heifers led. steers and heifers 2am. steers arid heifers . -ows» dry fed' ... Com. cows Butcher bulls 3oogna bulls ......... - Sologna bulls, light Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Thursday "Jo. 2 white oats . 70c No. 2 shelled corn {15V£% moisture) ' . . . . . .$1.02 No. 2 ear corn (15V2% moisture) .: jS 'lo. 2 soybeans $1.80 Barley 75c-$l 1.71 Chiraro. VHEAT-- May ... uly Spt. ... 5«c. ... OATS-- . Sept .7431 RY-toy IJMI csS. ::::::·- '"**' 3ec. . . . . . BARLEY-Jay ; ..................... . Canners. heavy .............. Canners. light .............. Fancy select calves ......... . .-alves. gd. lb choice. 130-190 Calves, fair to good 130-190 calves, common to fair ____ Calves, cull ....... ...... Thursday $14 00-15 uu slZ50-13.'so 110.00-11.50 $ 8.o- 9 so j 8^=10- g'oo ST.50-800 19.00-10.00 $3.00-900 S 7.00- 8 00 3 S.OO- 7.00 I S.OO- 6.00 5 4.00. !i 00 S12.00.13M S1I.OO-12IKJ S 9.00-10 Do $ 7JO- 8Ss 1400d'wn SHEEP .-·,,,, , MASON CITY-For Thursday Genuine SD. Iambs, ga to ch S14 00-14 75 Gen. sp. Iambs, mcd. to good S12.50-l3'.5n Fed ewes, good to choice . . . s s.oo- e o n ««··= ............... S 1.00- 2:00 J .75-1.50 Goldfield--Don Schipull, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Schipull, enlisted in the navy. AJreshman student at Iowa State college, he was an athletic star while attendin the Goldfield high school. Marine engines, a million times bigger than watch mechanisms, must be constructed with the same accuracy. SPECIAL Noon Luncheon 40c Every Day Except Sunday · Home Made Pastry · Home Made ICE CREAM FREDA'S Ice Cream Shop 217 No..»Federal CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE I1UAUO GRAIN CL (Thursday Market) Low 1.701V ... l.Sm l.B7Va .. 1.6V/, 1.66',» Close 1.70',* 1.K71- 1.66'.'. 1.66V. 1.29',!, 1.29V. Sept ... 1.28»i ... 1.21'i, ...'i.n"i 1,21' 1.20 1.17( JOINS MARINES West Union--Miss Ruth Alcorn, employed at the ordnance plant at Ankeny, enlisted Saturday in the women's marine corps and is awaiting call lor training. Miss Alcorn, youngest daughter ot Mr. in'd Mrs. George Alcorn, West Jnion, was employed in West Union, then went to DCS Moines whore she did office work. She has 2 brothers in service: Lt. Eugene T. Alcorn, West Union postmaster, now at Fort Bliss, Texas: and Lt. William G. Alcorn, whose address is Los Angeles, Cal. To the People of this Community NO EXCUSES The final days of the Fourth War Loan are no time for fancy phrases of campaign stunts to persuade you to part with a few more dollars for Eitra , War Bonds. You either have done your duty as a citizen Oryouhaveshut y o u r eyes to your responsibilities. In this newspaper you will find the latest local and national Fourth War Loan sales totals. These figures can be as big as the universe and yet this drive is an absolute failure for you personally, if you have not bought Extra Wat Bonds. By the same token, our grand sales totals may be headlined as "lagging" and ycr you yourself may not have lagged in backing die attack. The Fourth War Loan is as personal as 3 Nazi or Japanese bullet is to your son and neighbor's son. Talie a moment and think of an excuse you could possibly give to one of our boys in Europe or in the Pacific foe not helping him by buying an Extra War Bond or two today. Will it stand up? You say you haven't the money or the rime or you haven't been, asked. If you arc seeking excuses for not buying Extra Bonds, you don't deserve trie sacrifices being made for you on the bloody battlefields of Europe and the Pacific. THE EDITOR, RAILS ABSORB BUYING POWER Many Other Leaders Left to Own Devices New York, ()--Rails continued o absorb the principal buying in Thursday's stock ' market while many leaders elsewhere- were left itrictly to their own devices. Dealings were, quiet and prices slightly mixed 'at the opening. Although favorites showed gains ot fractions to a point or so near he close, the minus ranks were veil filled and numerous issues at a standstill. Transfers were around 700,000 shares. The approaching lengthy weekend--major exchanges will sus- end for the Lincoln day celebra- ion Saturday--in addition to possibility of European invasion developments and unsettled domestic problems caused most customers to hold aloo't from pivotal industrials while nibbling at the carriers. Better performers i n c l u d e d Santa Fe, Texas Pacific;, Atlan- :ic Coast Line, Southern Railway, Baltimore Ohio,' Southern Pacific, Erie, Chrysler, American 3osch, Engineers Public Service, du Pont, International Harvester, Westinghouse and United Aircraft. Backward were Bethlehem, General Electric, Johns-Manville, American Can, Anaconda and International Nickel. , Railway bonds of secondary rating exhibited further strength. Produce (Merchant Quotations) (Cash Quotation: by E. G. Morse) MASON CITY--For Thursday 5ggs, current receipts 29c Springs, heavy breeds . . . . . . .24c Leghorn springs, 2 Ibs. over 21c Heavy hens 21c Sens, under 4 Ibs. 18c ~oeks, heavy 17c Cocks, Leghorns 15c All No. 2 Poultry 4 cents less Eggs, at retaii 38c Butter, Iowa State Brand 49c 3utter, Corn Country 48c Butter. Brookfield 49c MEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. Ambulance service. Phone 1505. LOST--Gent's wrist watch. White Bold leather band. Ph. 584. Reward. L O S T -- S t e r l i n g silver identification bracelet with name "Lula." Ph. 4624-W. ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK BECEIPTS {Thursday Market) Chicago, (Pi-- (W. F. A.)-- Officially es- imatcd salable livestock receipts for Friday: Hogs 9,000; cattle 2,000: sheep '.000. CHICAGO FOULTKY (Thursday Marebf) Chicago, (-T1--Poultry, live, firm: no cars, 9 trucks; market' unchanged. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Thursday Market) Chieajo. (if)--Butter, f i r m ; receipts 322.293; market , unchanged. Eggs, receipts 16,037; steadier; market unchanged. NEW YORK MtODUCE (Thursday Market) New York, [jTj -- Eggs 29.G35; weak. Cur* rent general wholesale selling prices fol :ow: \ Mixed colors, special No. . 1 to No. 4. 47 Ibs. and over 36',iiI37Mic; special No. I to 4. 46 Ibs. average 3o!i@ 3Gc; ex Ira No. 1 to No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over 35',2S36c; extra No t 1 to No. 2, « Ibs. average 34,bSi Joe; extra medium 40 Ibs. average 29c; extra pullets 33 tt 37 Ibs,. 25'^c; current receipts 43 Iba average 34S34V«c; dirties 43 Ibs. 33$i 33','«c; checks 32Si32'/»c. White, spceia No. 1 to No. 4. 47 Ibs. and over 37Vbffi 33c: special No. 1 to No. 4. 46 Ibs. average 36ViH37c: special medium 42 lo 4 r Ibs. Sl'.i'JM'.ic; extra No. 1 and No 2, 47 Ibs. and over 36 l .£ft37c; extra No 1 and No. 2. 45 Ibs. average K'.iBUBc extra medium 40 Ibs. average 31c; exira pullets 35 to 37 Ibs. 26Vlc. Brown, special No. 1 to No. 4. 47 Ibs. and over 3G^i3GVic; special No. 1 to No. 4 41 Ibs. average 35fi3o«ic: special medium 42 to. 43 Ibs. 30.ifc31',ic: extra No. and No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over 35G-35',2i extra No. 1 and No. 2. 45 Ibs. avcrai 34(t34!-ic: extra medium 40 Ibs 28'~i extra Bullets 33 to 37 Ibs. 2o',ic. Butter 701.754; firm prices unchangt at ceiling. Cheese 783.091; nominal; no quotations Miscellaneous CHICAGO POTATOES (Th«r»d«y Market) Chie«., M».i_w. F. A.)-- Potatoes «r rivals gi: on track 153; total U. s, ship mcnts 696: supplies rather light: for goot quality stock all sections demand mod cralc; market steady; for poorer qujlitv all sections demand very slow, markc dull. Idaho Rusfct Btirbanks Cobblers Commercials 52.20: Florida Bliss Tri Per 30 lb Hides Qnol.tinn, tnrnUhfO «] w.ir Br» In ai* ririi. stMti s«uiiireii Horschidc;; ' K ·GREEN BEEP HIDES " Bull tildes from 15 Ibs up i From is Ibs down';!!!; 12 ·Cured hides Ic a lb. higher. Ako 'lc a 10. hlEhcr tor Rrccn hides to wholes] dealers tn whofesate quantttles. 3 Hancock Farms Sell atN T ear$100PerAcre Garner--The Equitable Life As surance Society recently sold j farm o£ 160 acres to Joseph N Stone in Britt township at a con sideration listed at $15,600 anu an 8p-acre farm in Amsterdam township to Gerhart H. Kraus with consideration listed at S12 000. The Metropolitan Life Insurance company sold a 240-acre farm Ellington township to Elmer Anderson. The consideration was 528,000. Funeral Director* 3 LET US HELP YOU WITH A LOAN You can borrow $25.00, $50.00, 5150.00, $250.00 and up from ' FEDERAL for such purposes ax Taxes, Fuel, Medical Bills and any other worthy purpose. Federal Discount Corp. 19 Vs North Federal Phone 516 R. G.- HAINES, Manager :ONVALESCENT Home In Sheffield with excellent care, surroundings. Real ome for older people. Christensen Con- ilescing Home.Jh. 36. Sheffield, Iowa. FENCER COHSETIERE, Phone for a- uointment. 51J4-W, evenings. Lost, Found. OST--Black billfoW containing money and valuable capers. Beward. Ret. to Ernest Lewis, Forest City, la. Ph. 27 n 16. .OST--Child's glasses Sat. between Decker Bros, and home. Ed Auck, 142 Money to Loon FARM MORTGAGES, 4% No Commission, SO Trs. pre payment privileges. Come and talk it over. W. L. PATTON · io9 East State $100 BORROWED TODAV $9.20 · Monthly Payments Personal Loan Department First National Bank Come First to the First CASH LOANS When You Need Cash YOU DON'T WANT RED TAPE! Through our Personal Loan Serv- ce, you can get money WHEN YOU NEED IT. Prompt, Courteous, Dignified. Jnited Financial Service Family Finance Counselors 15% North Federal- Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store Money to Loon LOAN--Money. Short or lonj time. Heal estate jecority. W. A. Rockiord. Iowa. Don't Cash War Bonds i $30 - EMERGENCY LOANS - $300 LOW COST. QUICK SERVICE '· Established 20 Yean SECURITY LOAN CO. P. M. SIMON. Mgr. Room 321 Phone 412 : First NitL Bltig. ' Optometrists 11 EIGHTY-FIVE per cent of TecurrinjU headaches are caused · by eyestraui J See Dr. Knutson. Opt.. Weir bldz. Chiropractors At I HEALTH through normal nerve fu Dr R. J, and Dr. Lucy E. Garner i 70ff North Federal. * Cafes FOR SALE-Lucile's Cal«, Charles City*? 1 la. Heasonablc if taken at once.' V-!v Radio i FOR SAI-E--Used radio, cabinet Good cond. 639 S. Van Buren. Seeds, Feeds FOR SALE--1,200 bu. Control oats. Con bined before the rain. Anderson r 4 mi. S.. I mi, W. Ventura. CONTROL Seed Oats for sale. Genr nation 99%. purity Wfl. Truck loi orders delivered in the state. Burt Gra Co.. Clarion. Iowa. FOR SALE--Control oats, combined. ' High germination. Ned Johnson. Garner, la- . I FOR SALE--Tame oals, combined before rain. P. D. Ben;e fief de5, mi- S. W. Manly. Help Wanted, Male Construction Workers Needed for Essential Project Pacific Northwest. Top Scale. Laborers Carpenters Millwrights Reinforcing Iron Workers j\'t'- ! -. Iron Worker Welders ;i|.il Railroad Switchmen iUJfl Rod men Draftsmen Material Checkers H now employed in your highest j Kim skill in essential industry or j.ji'l agriculture do not apply. ?.g|| Company representative hiring at!-"':~t War-Manpower Commission ') i'J UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT igl SERVICE j;|J 19 Third Street N. E. . iM THURS., FRIDAY, SATURDAY" i* Feb. 10-11 ··"= BOARD AND ROOM By GENE AHERN INK.Y TELLS ME YOU TOOK.THS POWDER. OUTOFABOKOF SHOTGUN SHELLS TO USE IN SOWiE WAR INVENTION 1OUR5 WORKING ON/ VVHATtT A SECRET WEAPON,THE NATURE OF WHICH I CANT DIVULGE TO ANYONE/ ---I WONDER. IF THE ARMf COMMAND WOULJD GIVE ME. A SOLDIER DETAIt_-ro GUARD THE GARAGE WHERE I'M WORKING f THE WINDOW OFMYTJCOM FACES THE GARAGE' H DEAR MOM-.1 THINK THAT THE SARSE TO APPRECIATE ME.. \JJHY OUW YESIB2CAV HE SWS 1HAT I M FROBLY TWC /WT WFRQWS1NG SOLWER IM TIC \NHCLE ,ARMV sou .gfe^-^- ( ' - ri CRTFTCKJBOTE--A cryptogram quotation J X Q R A H R A C W C F L I O B R H I J B F. B J P J O B V F P B I F F B Q R A U A P B C F L I O J B - F U F I P R O . Te*terday'* Crrptoqsiote: V OFT IN THE STILLY NIGHT ERX SLUMBER'S CHAIN HAS BOUND MS--MOORX-

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