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\ 12 Wednesday, March *, 194i MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Battered and Frozen Body of Man Found in Deserted Shack ;. D«« BUinec, (#)--The battere and frozen body of a man identi lied as Harry W. Brown, 41, a for .mer resident of Cedar Rapids Iowa, was found late Tuesday ir HAVE SOME FUN TONITE "(WED.) AT JIMMY SMITH AND HIS WMT BAND SCANDINAVIAN tTTr A V ACCOKDION BAND * K1UAY Don Strickland Sat. Members of Armed Forces, in uniform, are admitted free except for "name" bands. L»t« B« ASltt Hance Fri. - s»t. PALACE 5 PICTURES IN OfVE! BARGAIN PRICES MAT. 21c - EVE. 30c Pins Tax CHILDREN lOc CECIL I a deserted shack at southwest Sec[ ond and E!m streets here. The body was discovered by a j railroad section hand who entered ' the shack for protection from a bli?.2:ird. Police theorized that Brown who was employed as a car washer at a used car market, had been slain lafe Monday. The man hac been heard ' from last when he called his employer Monday morning to report he was ill. Illustrated manuscripts of the Mayas and Aztecs recording their legends were destroyed by the Spaniards when they ex'plorec Central and South America. - Thursday DICK POWELL MARY MARTIN FRANCHOT TONE TRUE-JO-LIFE" C»-Hit Tom Conwoy 'FALCON IN DANGER Also - News 'Alter Midnile" with Bojlou Black!r ENDS WED. "GUADALCANAL DIARY" n c TILL 6:00 __ PI us T«x- TILL 6:00 - THEN Child. 10c o 1 1 £,\. MASON-CITT'S-BEST-THEATEK I CO-HIT |_^^^_^ "Death Valley Rangers" Ken Hoot Bob Maynard Gibson Steele The - Year's - Best - Bet! Mow - Playing Hurry - Don't - Miss - It THE SCREEN'S GREATEST GLORY STORY! WALTER WANGER P R E S E N T S QHKHOf RANDOLPH SCOTT NOAH BEERY, Jr. ALAN CURTIS F«t«rCo» David Brut* Samltvtnt J.CorrolNoiih Kchard Un* GRACE MCDONALD A - TKULY - CHEAT - riCTUKE . MODUCTION Hogs Steady on All Weights MM FEEDERS -^-- ---^ 5 OFFER PROGRAM FED STEERS 25c HIGHER Top of $14.10 Paid on Swine in Chicago- Chicago, (if)--Trading on hog slackened slightly Wednesday, bu prices held steady with Tuesday advance on all weights. Fed steer and yearlings were active at 2 cents higher prices. Few lam sales were reported in earl trade due to high asking prices Shipments or 16.000 salable hog to Chicago were higher than ex peeled. The top of S14.10 held fo choice 220 to 260 pound butcher with the bulk of good and ehoic 190 to 350 pound averages sel ing $13.85 to $14.05. Big packer had 7,000 additional head on di rect billings and complete cleai ance was indicated. Receipts ove the midwest were smaller wit 106,800 arriving Wednesday at th major markets as compared wit 134,203 a week ago. Chicago-- (WFA1--Salable hog 16,000; total 23,000: rather slow steady on all weights and sows good and choice 190 to 350 Ibs S13.85 to $14.05, top $14.10 pai for choice 220 to 260 Ibs.; few goo and choice 170 to 190 Ibs., $13.2 to $13.90; good and choice 300 t 550 lb. sows $13.35 to $13.60; com plete clearance. Salable cattle 11,000; salabl calves 800; fed steers and yeai lings, including yearling heifers active, steady to 25 cents higher largely steer and heifer run; cow and bulls acutely scarce; strong t unevenly higher: vealers in vet- limited supply termed at $15.5 down, mostly $13 to $15; 9 load light and medium weight choic fed steers $17, the top; next high est price 516.90; bulk $13.50 t $16.50; choice heifers absent, bes $15.85, with bulk $13 to $15.25 buyers taking starvation run cow and bulls here for numbers; mos beef cows $9 to $12; canners anc cutters S6.75 to $8.25; weighty sau sage bulls $12 down. Salable sheep 5,000; total 6,000 iiigher asking prices retardin market; 2 loads good around 84 .b. fed western lambs sold fully steady at $16.25. however. KTo uniformly good and choice lambs sole early, with numerous load helc $16.50 and above; native lambs and sheep again very scarce. Local Livestock HOGS MASON CTY--For Wednesday Steaiy. Good light light? 140-1505890 Good light lights 150-160 I 9 90 Good light lights 160-170 SI0.90 Good Usht lights 170-180 SI 150 Good light lights 1SO-200 512.90 Good lisht lights ..· 200-220 H3.«l Good med. wt, butchers .. 220-240 513.40 Good med. WL butchers .. 240-270 S12.40 Good med. \vt. butchers .. 270-30D S13.4[ Good med. wt. butchers .. uoo-rLTO S1.T4C Good med. u-L butchers .. rtfO-3PD 512.90 Good packing sows 270-3M S12.2C Good sows ........... Good sows Good sows Good 5o\vs ........... Good sows -,**-*,,,,.!.., D U B to excessive run at hots, plug* call the plint before d e l i v e r i n g »n» hois. JACOB E. DECKER SONS. CATTLE MASON CTY--For Wednesday Choice steers and neircrs ., SI4.00-15.00 Good steers and heifers .... S12.50-13.5C Med. sjeers and heifers .... S10.00-ll!5[ Com. steers and heifers s BOO- 9 5( Cows, dry fed S 8 J O - 3 0 0 Com. cows 57.50- 8.00 Butcncr bulls S 9.00-ID 00 Bologna bulls s 8.00- 9.00 Boloena bulls, light S 7 00- 8 00 Cutters s coo. 7.DO Canners, heavy S 5.00-6.00 Canners. light S 4.00-5J» Fancy select calves S12.00-1300 Calves, gd. lo choke 130-130 Ca vcs. fair to Kood 130-190 S 0.00-JO 00 Calves, common to f a i r S 7 5 0 - B 5 0 -. ::00-330 S12.23 .. :i30-360 SI2.2D .. 3CO-400 S12.20 . - 400-450 S12.JO -. 430-500 S12.W SHEEP MASON CTY-For Wedncsda Genuine sp. lamas. EG. to cii. 51425-]5. Genuine sp. I am tre. gd. to ch. SI 3.00-14.00 Fed ewes, coca to choice .. s 5 00- 6 00 eW " S1.00-S.K Miscellaneous · CHICAGO POTATOES Chios,,. w_"W. *F. A"--'potatoes, ar- m-als 106: on track 251: total U. S shin rncnts 003: supplies moderate: for Id.ih. Mussels demand moderate, for milit- |rade market sl: B htI- stronscr. for u .' , _, ' majr!ic ' 'Inn: 'or western red stock demand moderate, market f i r m for northern slock demand Yen- slow' market dull; Idaho Hiissot Burtanks u' Ln*°' T- "·^-·^ Nebraska Bliss Triumphs I*. S. J,o. 1. S3.53SJ359- Mimiptnt-. and North DakoU, BlUs Triumph? Com mcrcials S2.10fi2.15: Wisconsin round while commercials $2: Florida Blis; Triumphs U. S. No. 1. S3 25 per 50 Jh «*. ?3.35 per bushel rale lb ' Hides Quotations furnbrted bj Wolf Bros Ine «0* Fiflb Street Southwest Ban VJ1"":'' E " F n I D M "'"I! From IS Ibs. up ...". ,,£ From 15 Ibs. down . . ^ .. * c " r «J hides Ic a lb. higher."Alw'lc a dca,eri h mJ^oSauanU,Scs. Wh0lraal0 , STORM HITS SCHOOLS N' a s h u a--Attendance at the Aashwi public schools Tuesday dropped off 50 per cent on account of the blocked roads, pupils from the country being unable to get in Men and women who worked for the Oliver Equipment company and Salisbury Laboratories at Charles City, started to work but were obliged to turn back. All entertainments were cancelled. BURIES FATHER Garner--Waller Kurtz of Long Beach, Cal., was visiting friends and relatives in Gamer Tuesday. Mr. Kurtz accompanied the body of his lather, O. S. Kurtz, to State Center where the elder Jlr. Kurtz was buried. ATTEND FUNERAL, Convilh--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oxley left Sunday for Peoria, 111., ] .o attend the funeral of John McMillian. the owner of the farm he Oxley's are tenanting. Mr. and Mrs. Oxley will so to El Paso to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lester Punkc, he latter a sister ot Mrs. Oxley. Midwest Livestock (WEDNESDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea Minn. Steady » a.Ub S10.B5 111.25 -·end :ood Butchers-1-150 Ibs 160 Ibi. .170 Ibs ·ISO Ibs 180-200 lb, Its. 220-210 Ibs. ,. ..'.'.I'.', ia'.ia Ibs. * $13.40 j-3co lot ::::::::::··: ig-g !ood_ Packing Sows-Ibs J12.10 'as $12.10 »» S12.10 !p 3 S12.00 » J SI 190 ''*· -· SII.80 tis S11.70 140150- 160- 210000 300-330 270-300 300-330 330-300 .0-400 400-4.iO Austin Minn. Steady S 9.60 S10.60 $11.10 51 160 Waterloo Steady 111.65 $13.40 S13.40 S13.40 *13.40 $13.49 $12.90 . SI 2.20 S12.20 S12.20 S12.30 SI 2.00 . 1I2.K H3.45 S13.4S *13.45 13.45 «13.45 S13.00 S 12.25 S12.35 SI2.25 SI2.25 Sl".0. S11.S3 Ceda Rapid Stead: til, 50 SI 1.90 S12J5 S13.43 S13.4S . S13.4J $12.20 S 12.20 RYE PRICES CENT LOWER All Grains Easier in Chicago Trading Chicago, {.'P)--Paced by rye which dropped more than a cen at one time, all grains turned eas ier Wednesday. The market wa steady at the start in sympathy with strength of securities and cot ton, but the failure ol buying de mane! to develop was disappoint ing to grain men. Pit traders \vh had bought in early dealings sok out later in the session. Flour business was dull, th .'.'heat crop was reported as im proving under favorable weathe renditions and prospects grew fo i heavy movement of grain fron Canada with an early opening o Great Lakes navigation. William McArthur, director of the com modity credit corporation's grain division, said wheat supplies an sufficient to prevent flour o bread rationing. At the close wheat was Vs to y lower, May $1.70%, oats were of ·Is to -Is, May 80 1 ,-'. rye was down I ' / B ' t o Hi, May $L26% to SI.27 and barley was v. t to % lower July §1.19'/i. CHICAGO CASH G R A I N (Wednesday Iarket) Chlraso, W)-- Wheat none. Barley, malting S1.25ii l.W.i nominal feed 51.13fjl.22!i nominal. Field seed per 100 Ibs.: Timollly S3.73 * ominal: red top S14315 nominal: red - :lovc-r S31.50 nominal; sweet ilO.50 nominal. clover Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Wednesday ·Jo. 2 white oats 70c Vo. 2 shelled corn (15 ] /3% moisture) ~ $1.02 Vo. 2 ear corn (15% moisture) gg c To. 2 soybeans $180 'ariey 75c-$I CHICAGO G R A I N CLOSE Wednesday M a r k e t ) Chicajo. (jFf- I'HEAT-- Hich I . T i ' , fay ept l.e.i 1 * ec. _ i.ceia lay RI uly .-.T-; cpt 7.13 4 fee* 73'g YE-lay 1.2B'i ept * I.23 4 'ec 1.26V. BARl-EY-- fay u!y 1.19'i ept 1.145., Low 1.70- 1.I57 l.So CI05C 1.TO-, 1.67 1.65 1.2-1', 1.231: 1.23'. I.3J; 1 2 4 ' = 1.241; 1.22' I-I9H 1.19V l.H'.i 1.14'.; STOCK MARKET MOVES AHEAD So-Cailed Peace Shares Lead in Advance New York, (£)_The stock mar;et continued to move ahead spir- tedly Wednesday under leader- hip of so-called peace shares. Final hour gains, widely dis- ributeri, ranged from fractions o around 2 points. It was one of he most active sessions since De- ember wilh volume for the 5 lours at approximately 1.500,000 hares. Buying was broad, and as happened Tuesday, it embraced the eneral run of stocks with good ividend records, suggesting in- estment returns were the primary attraction. Whil. peace ideas ad no tangible basis in the news icy seemed to find expression n lively bidding for motors and ubbers along with such issues as nlernationa! Telephone, Johns- lanvillc and Westinghouse. The steels kept pace with Ihc love but rails and aircrafts \vere ackward. Reaching new highs for the year ·ere General Motors, Chrysler, erican Telephone, Goodyear, U . Rubber. duPont, Johns-Man- ille ond American Sugar. Other ocks ahead near the finish in- udcd U. S. Steel. Western Union nd Union Carbide. Rail bonds advanced near the osc. Produce (Merchant Quotations) · Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse) MASON CITY--B'or Wednesday E«s, current receipts 29c prings, heavy breeds 24c ^eghorn springs, 2 Ibs. over 21c "eavy hens 21c iens, under 4 Ibs. I8c ocks, heavy .....17c ocks, Leghorns I5c All No. 2 Poultry 4 cents lesi ggs, at retail 38c utter, Iowa State Brand 49c utter. Corn Country 4gc utter. Brookfield 49 C CSTI.MATKl) LIVESTOCK RECE5PTS ( W e d n e s d a y Market} Ubleajo, V T-J -- [\v. F. A . ) -- O f f i c i a l l y estimated .salable livestock receipts for Thursday: Hogs 16,000; cattle 5.000; sheep 6,000. CHICAGO POUI.TKV (Wednesday M a r k e l ) Chirj(. (j)--Poultry, live, f i r m ears, 3 trucks; market unchanged. CHICAGO FKODUCE (Wednesday Markel C h i c a f «, M--Butter, firm; receipts M.sus; market unchanged. Eggs, receipts 14.178 : firmer: U. s ·Pecrals 35!i to 3Gc; U. S. extras 3414 o 3oc; standards 1 to 4., 33c; dirties 3C o SO^ic; checks 2 3 J j to 29?ic. -NEW YORK PRODUCE (WcdnciiUy Market) (m_Egg s 23.912; irregular. . _ . ; r r I £ ner 5 1 wl «"es»l« selling pri follow: .Mixed colors, special No 1 No. 4. 47 Ibs. and over M'.ieSTlic: 46 Ibs. average 35!i836c; extra No. 1 to No -- 4i Ibs. and over 35Vj03Cc: 45 Jbs average 34',ia 35c;, medium 40 Ibs. average 3003Ic; extra pullets 35 to 31 Ibs C " n t rece 'P'= -13 los. average at «Mta e r c e s ""-an Cheese 28S.195: nominal, no quotations. HOLD OBSERVANCE Nashua-- Mr. and Boerschel celebrated Mrs. their John 42nd wedding anniversary Sunday They were married at the Pleasant VaDey church by the Rev Theodore Stork officiating, and have lived all their married lile m B loyd county, until they moved to Nashua 4 years ago. They have 2 daughters, Mrs. Abel Reits Nashua, and Mrs. Clarence Shauer, Charles City. TEMPORARILY EXCUSED St. Albans, Vt., (fl)--The stork flew m with .unscheduled twins Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs. Russell McGovern and the draft board temporarily excused the surprised father from his pre-inductiori physical examination. STORM HITS ALABAMA Birmineham, Ala., (/P)--A series of wind and electrical storms swept Alabama Monday, leaving n their wake Tuesday at least - dead, more than 2 score injured " A ·" estimated in excess of WACs VISIT Cresco -- Two WACs sisters daughters o£ Mr. and Mrs. H j' Salisbury of Cresco, Pfc. Eleanor Salisbury of Ft. Lawson. Wash and T-D Mary Lou Salisbury oj .amp Lee, Va., are on a 15 day urlough visiting the home of their parents until March 12. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Top Rank Specialists to Speak at Albert Lea Albert Lea--The Albert Lea armory will be the "Swine Day' headquarters March IS starting a! 11 a. m. Four top ranking swine specialists have been scheduler for the day's program, reports Willis Lawson, Freeborn county agent. H. G. Zavoral from University Farm will speak on "Profitable Hogs in 1944" while "Pork and Lard in the Poet War" will be discussed by E. F. Ferrin also from the Minnesota college. Professor E. L. Quaife from Iowa State college, Ames, has the topic, "Raising Pigs on Cement." To speak on "Common Swine Diseases" will be Dr. Harry King man, Wilson Co. veterinarian from Chicago. A free noon lunch will be served. The Albert Lea Chamber o£ Commerce is host at the noon lunch. Then to add to the fun and pleasure of the day, a large number of prizes and awards will be given. The best weight guessers o£ hogs on display will take home a 32-bushel self-feeder and a Gothic individual hog farrowing house. Other awards include barbed wire, seed corn, considerable hog feed and concentrates, as well as many other items of hog equipment and farm needs. Announce Oil Conference With British Washington, W)--The slate department Tuesday made its long awaited announcement that oil conferences have been planned with the British government and announced the names of officials to represent American interests. Secretary of State Hull, by appointment of President Roosevelt, will be chairman of the American delegation w h i c h will include Secretary of Interior Ickes as vice- chairman, Undersecretary of War Patterson, Undersecretary of Navy Forrestal. Charles Rayner, State department Petroleum Adviser, and Charles E. Wilson, vice-chairman of the war production board. The announcement of the forth oming: conferences, in which American plans ot build a pipe- ine across Saudi Arabia will be a rime subject, was made jointly in ·VashinKton and London. The Yashin);ton announcement came from Acting Secretary of State Edward B. Stettinius, Jr. "The governments of the United States and the United Kingdom," the brief statement said, are undertaking preliminary and exploratory discussions on petroleum questions. These discussions vill be, in the first instance, on an expert technical level and will ake place in Washington." At the same time Stettinius hrew the doors to the conference vide open to other nations. This lovernment, he said, is always ·eady to take up petroleum ques- ions of mutual interest with any other friendly country. Presumably this left the way SALE POSTPONED FRIDAY, MARCH 1O Starting at 1:00 p. m. MRS. 6EO. MORRIS Livestock AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Pavilion Kanawha, Iowa, on Highway No. 11 Friday Afternoon, March 1O STARTING AT 12 O'CLOCK Many buyers at our auctions for all kinds of livestock They are h«« : every Friday. It will pay yon to sell your stock at Ka- nauba. Take advantage O f this )rreat market. Have a fine run of livestock for Friday. Cous, steers, heifers, bulls, veal calves, sows, boars, pigs, «wes. lambs, bucks. Selling Marts at noon. r,3^ e ,? s » les .»» v '"on »t Kanawha. Consignors and buyers receive the finest type of auction service. Market information H« Brummund, Auctioneer Manager FOR SALE 110O Good Montana BREEDING EWES will start- lambing May lit 125 yearlings 600 2-yeor-olds 200 3-year-olds 175 5-year-olds ALSO 90 FEEDING LAMBS Oswald Strand * Son MANLY, IOWA !p- TAKE MANY FATHERS Garner--A large contingent oE Jre-Pearl Harbor fathers will be ncluded in the group ot men reporting lor pre-induclioii examin- itions in Hancock county in the next few weeks according to word from the Hancock county selective ervice board. BOARD AND ROOM ·y GENE AHERN 3; I ASKED TERRY *3?f^ SAY, PODNER,IA TO " G I F HE !y SHERIFF OUT IN 'HAN CAS GET THAT ! / AND I COULD USE A BIG L'V.VE'KCE-^ '' v Hus ' ri '' HOMBRE LIKE itju ANDSOWr-^' t f AS rAY DEPUTY'--HOV/P HIM TO His' ' / J YOU LIKE TO GO BACK- RANCH / .'|7/ [ VJ1TH AVE AND ROUMD Up V_ THE'BEEUER.'OU-n-AW ^^ OAIOG ? We I OOtjT 1 (_l*ie DA DESER.T COJNTRY/--AIOJT MO PLAC£ A GUY CAN GET DOUBLS- DECli COSES, · OR. RIDE iSOLLER. COASTERS,- -- AN' AN UDDER YlNS, IT'S TOO HOT FORfAUHORCHID- i^Ht3HE SUN-BURNS EASILY CKVPTOQCOTE--A cryptogram quotation T K U M G Z R P C R J G O K J J R J B M L W G W K B N J G U E E K L G R P V T K U M G Z -- T M O Q K . Yesterday* Cryptoquole: SORROW AND SILENCE ARE STRONG. AND PATIENT ENDURANCE IS GODLIKE--LONGFELLOW. open to Russia or any other interested nation to participate in discussions abous American oil in the Arabian area or the Netherlands .0 raise questions about oil devel- )pment in the southwest Pacific or "or oil producing nations in this lemisphere to discuss their inter- -SlS. LEAVE OLD FARM N'ora Springs--Mr. and Mrs. Sid Wilkins and family are moving this week from the large farm north of the C. A. Swedberg farm, whicli they have occupied for many years. The farm has been bought by air. Swedberg and Loren Estal is moving on to it. This farm has "been owned by members of the Wilberforce P. Gaylord family for 85 years, the new owner having bought the place from Mrs. (Lucy Burr) C. E. Bui-rets of Mason City. W. P. Gaylord died in 1882. He was state senator, postmaster, and the second editor of a Nora Springs newspaper known as the Reveille. LIVESTOCK AUCTION FRIDAY, MARCH 10th ·12:30 P. M. ho^'T.I,"' 11 I "? I !!? e "i any Iots of Eood White face and Short- ste^s infl i, " f " shl " E ff 0 ? 55 ° to 9 »» bs., stocker and feeder ^t£Fnf ih!,"? ° f 3 " classes - fat ^eers and heifers, butcher stock of all kinds, springing cows and heifers, bulls and veal The demand is broad. If you wish to buy replacement cattle ·it 1 ,* ln our sale - lf you have cattle to sell you will Be pleased wilh our sale. Our manjr buyers, feeders and farmers competing for your stock assure you more dollar? -. u if- ? oclt : A " ·** steers, heifers and cows are sellinr at tne high point of the season. Bring in your stock. 200 HOGS--Feeding pigs of all weights, bred sows and boars. All feeding hogs are in demand. SHEEP--Fat lambs, feeding lambs, bred ewes, ewes with lambs at side, and bucks. For prompt sale and complete satisfaction, consign your livestock lo the Clear Lake Auction Company. CLEAR LAKE AUCTION Co. When Spring Pigs are Farrowed To help prevent ANEMIA, put a spade full of fresh sod from CLEAN GROUND in each pen three times a week. . And Don't Forget to Feed SANTONC Complete Hog Mineral A pig free of worms and necro. with babv fat re tamed, will grow faster and thriftier. On the average, SANTONE only costs 32c per pijj from the lime a pig is wormed until he goes to market. The increased gain repays this small investment several times over. Henry O. Gcsme. Hanlontown S. M. Kiser Rock Falls · Farmers Elevator Co., Chapin H. B. Blewett Meservey Roy E. Sharp. Mason City, Rt. 3 Evald Jensen, Hampton, RI. 2 Albin Anderson, Hampton, RI. 1 -- DEALERS -Frank Knight Greene Carl H. Peterson. ^ reene Xorz Springs St. Ansgar - Rlcc · · · S«aledale Fred R. Tro K e RuM Laurence F. Tcsch . .Mitchell Clifford Shogcr, Le Roy, Minn. Joe Jurscns . Buffalo Center Howell-Shrader Drug Co. FBU-A Pi** fjku-^ , i r T L - n .. . . *^ Iowa City, Iowa "Ihe Reliable Line Since '93"

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