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18 THURSDAY, JANUARY 21/1943 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Hogs Mostly 15-25 Lower SWINE RECEIPTS ABOVE FORECAST 16,000 Head Received by Chicago Market CHICAGO, m--Salable livestock receipts surpassed expectations Thursday after three days of meager runs moved lower. and most prices Midwest Livestock (THURSDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea- Minn. Trend lOc lower Good Butchers-140-150 Ibs $12.55-12.60 ' 150-160 Ibs S12.93-13.05 160-170 Ibs. $13.35-13.40 110-180 Ibs. S13.95-H.05 180-200 Ibs SI4.20-H.2o " , SM.33-14.40 200-220 , 220-240 Ibs! '.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'..'. $14.35-14.40 Salable hog arrivals were. 16,000 head, 6,000 above predictions; salable cattle of '9,000 head were more than double the expectations of 4,000; and salable sheep arrivals were 6,000 head, 1,000 above the number expected. Hogs weighing 240 pounds and downward were mostly 15 to 25 cents off, with heavier kinds steady to 10 cents lower. The top was $15.15 per hundredweight, 25 cents below Wednesday's best price. Fed steers and yearlings were 25 to 40 cents lower than Wednesday and heifers were steady. Other killing classes in the cattle market were scarce and steady. Fat lambs opened slow, with early bids and a few sales 15 to 25 cents lower, a few choice kinds bringing $16.50. Sheep w e r e strong. * * * (U. S. department of agriculture)--Salable hogs 16,000; total 23,000; . active weights 240 Ibs. down mostly 15 to 25 lower; heavier hogs steady to 10 off; top $15.15; bulk good and choice 190 to 330 Ibs. $14.90 to $15.10; 150 to 180 Ibs. largely $14.50 to $15; sows steady to 10 lower; most good 360 to 500 Ibs. $14.40 to ?14.75; feiv choice kinds to $14.90. Salable cattle 9,000; calves 500; fed steers and yearlings 25 to 40 under Wednesday's average trade; slow at decline; largely steer and heifer run; heifers steady; other killing classes very scarce, steady; most fed steers S13.50 to $15.75; early top $15.85; several loads held around $16.50; best heifers $15.40; bulk $13 to $14.75; weighty cutter cows $9.75,- most beef cows S1CJ.50 to $12; practical top weighty sausage bulls S14.25; small run vealers largely $16 to $16.50. Salable sheep 6.000: total 8,000; late Wednesday: Fat lambs mostly steady to strong; spots 10 to 15 higher; top $16.65 to shippers; bulk $16 to $16.50; good to choice clipped lambs with No. 1 skins $15.50 to $16; good yearlings $14.25; sheep 25 higher; choice fat ewes $9 to 59.15; Thursday's trade: Fat lambs opening slow; early bids and few sales 15 to 25 lower at $15.75 to $16.25; tew choice $16.50; medium to good kinds at $15.25 down, weak;' sheep strong: bulk 119 Ibs. slaughter . exves $9: top $9.25 for short deck choice 107 Ibs. averages. Local Livestock BOGS MASON CITY--For Thursday Ten cenls lower. 14(1-150 S12-65 Ibs S14.33-14.40 S14.35-14.40 £14.33-14.40 St4.25-14.30 15c lou-er S13.90-13.95 S13.90-13.95 Srj.90-13.95 400-450 IbS S13.70-13.75 450-500 Ibs S13.00-13.0S 500-550 Ibs $13.50-13.35 240-270 230-300 300-330 Ibs 330-3SO Ibs Good Packing Sows--270-300 Ibs 300-330 Ibs 330-360 Ibs. 3CO-400 Ibs Austin Minn. 20c lower S12.30-12.60 512.75-13.05 S13.05-13.35 S 13.35-13.65 S13.80-14.10 514.00-14.30 SI 4.00-14.30 S14.00-I4.30 SH.OO-H.30 St4.00-14.30 513,90-14.20 20c Itnver «f3.70-14.00 513.70-14.00 S13.70-14.00 513.60-13.90 S13.50-13.80 513.50-13.30 Waterloo 15c lower 513.53-13.70 S13.95-14.10 S 14.20-14.35 514.33-14.50 $14.35-14.50 514.35-14.30 S14.3S-14.50 $14.33-14.50 $14.25-14.40 $14.00-14.15 514.00-14.13 514.00-14.15 S13.M-14.05 $13.90-14.05 $13.90-14.05 Cedar Rapids 15c lower 513.60-13.10 $14.00-14.10 514.30-14.40 514.40-14.50 S14.40-14.50 514.40-14.50 $14.40-14.50 $14.40-14.50 $14.30-14.40 SI4.10-14.20 514.10-14.20 $14,10-14.20 $14.00-14.10 $13.90-14.00 $13.30-14.00 *(Good to choice hogs, less tlwn normal fill, delivered to Wilson, plan! at Albert Lea. will bring 5-15e over foregoing quotations.) GRAIN PRICES ARE WEAKER Hint Futures for Cash, Futures Wheat CHICAGO, (P)--Grain prices weakened Thursday following a report that ceilings might be imposed on cash and futures wheat prices. Losses extended to about a cent in both wheat and corn at times but buying support was uncovered at those levels. Attempts to rally the market, however, encountered profit-taking b e f o r e reaching closing prices o[ the preceding session. Only a little hedging pressure came into the wheat pit. Mill demand was absent. Trading continued light. Traders showed a tendency to get more definite word from Washington regarding the wheat price ceiling report. Wheat closed Vi to % lower, May $l.38i. to Sl.SB^s, July SI.38% to $1.3B}i, corn was off % to 14, May 97:' 8) oats dropped y 4 to 1,2, rye advanced Vs to * and soybeans lost 1',4 cents. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Thursday Market* CHICAGO. yp-- No cash wheat. Corn No. 2 yellow 98V=^9S^Vc; No - 3 96'.'*398*:: No. 4, 93(£95«c: No. 5, 91'"-c: sample grade yellow 75r£7Bc: sample grade S2c. Oats sample grade white 58c. Barley m a l t i n g BScSSl.05; £ c "i2'ijS2c nominal. Field seed per hundred weight nominal: Timothy $4.75^5; Alsike S13S24: fancy red top S77.50; red clover $18.50*i 23.50; sweet clover 57(3.9; alfalfa S29.50gj STEELS, MOTORS MAKE ADVANCE Plus Signs Numerous at Close of Trade NEW YORK, (ff)--Steels and motors piloted the stock market 'hursday on an extension of the ecovery swing which got under vay at the tale-end ot Wednesday's session. Fractional gains were well dis- ributed at the start in slow deal- ngs. While exceptions were plent- ful, plus signs running to a point r so predominated in the final our. The pace quickened at in- ervals and transfers for the full proceedings were around 700,000 hares. Brokers credited the better ac- ion of the list partly to the belief hat Tuesday's relapse, sharpest of 1943 to date, had served as a temporary correction of the lengthy irive to best average levels in more than a year. Light investment demand, good war news and a touch of inflation psychology vere contributing influences. Among assorted new 1942-43 lighs were those of General Motors. International Nickel. Montgomery Ward and Pepsi-Cola. Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Thursday No, 2 shelled corn. 81c No. 2 new oats .....51c New ear corn 7-Jc No. 2 soybeans SJ.B Barley 50-75i CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE ( T h u r s d a y Market) CHICAGO, (ft-WHEAT-- High Good licht lights Good light lights lsn-160 S13.15 Good light lights 160-170 S13.B5 Good licht lights 110-180 SI4.15 Good light lights 180-200 S14.50 Good light butchers 2n(l-22n S14.50 Good rne. u p t. butchers 220-240 314.50 Good me. \vt butchers .... 240-270 S14.50 - Good me. \vt. butchers 270-300 S14.50 Good me. wt. butchers 3110-33(1 SH.50 Good me. \vt. butchers 330-260 St4 60 Good packing sows 'J70-300 SH 15 Good .{SOWS 300-330 SI4.15 Good EOWS 330-360 S14.15 Good sows 360-400 SI4.03 Good sows 400-450 $14.03 CATTUt MASON CITY--For Thursday Choice to prime ?teer* 51x50-14.50 Good to choice steers S12.50-13.50 Medium to good steers SU.SO-12.:il Fait to medium steers S10 Oil-Ill50 Plain to fair steers $ S 00-10.00 Choice to prime ?rlg. steers SI3 50-14.?o Good to choice vrl£. steers S12 Rrt-ia so lledlum to cood yearlmjs ... Stl.50-12,50 Fair to medium vearlincs .. S10 00-11.5(1 Common to fair yearlings- . * S.OtMC.OO ChoTce to orime beifers. BOO Ibs. down u.ioo-Hoo Good to choice heifers ...... si? (Hi-laoo Medium to eood heifers SI) 00-1200 Plain to fair hellers S1B.OO-U50 Common heifers S 8.00-10 no Good to choice cows, dry fed MO.fto-11.00 Medium to fair cows S 9.00- 9.50 Fair to medium cows S B.50- 900 Cutters, heavy S 7.25- 7."5 Cutters, lipht S 6.50- 7 OD Canners, heavy s 550- 6.00 Canhcrf llrht s 5.00- 5.50 Bulls, heavy \ 9.15-10.25 Bulls. Ueht s fl.50. 9.50 Fancy select calves SI2_iO-lXGD Calves; good to choice. 1.10-100 III 50-12.50 Calves, fair to gcorl. 130-130*300-1100 Calves, common to fair ...... s 6,o- B rw Calves, cull S 6.00 O'wn SHEEP MASON CITY--For Thursday Spring lamhs, good to choice S13.75-14.75 Spring lambs, medium to good S12.50-13.50 Spring Iambs, good to fair ... SIO.50-11.50 Soring lambs, fair to medium S 9.00-10.00 May July' Sept. CORN Mas- July Sept. 1.39 1.33 Low 1.33V. 1.38'i May July Sept SOYBEANS-Slay July RYE-May July Sept LARD-Jan Sprign lambs, common . S o.OO- 7.00 Native cxvcs, good to choice.. S 2.~5- 3 73 Ewes, cull ' .. s Bucks I Miscellaneous 1.38',:. 1.38% 1.33V .93' .33'. .58! .51 1.333 1.B3 A V-Home conserves--but does not hoard--food, household supplies, and vital materials. "Hoarders," says OCD, "are on the same level as spies." Conservation is one of the five qualifications of a V-Home. Ask your Air Raid Warden or Block Leader about the other four. Make yours a V.Home! Gluyas Williams contributed the illustration. YOUR U. S. INCOME TAX" Types of Incomes Produce (Merchant Quotations) (Cash Quotations by E. O. Morse) MASON CITY--For Thursday Eggs, current receipts 32c Capons, 8 Ibs. and up 30c Heavy springs. 5 Ibs. apd up .24c Heavy springs. 4 to 5 Ibs 22c Heavy springs. 3 to 4 Ibs. 2Qc Leghorn springs 17e Heavy hens. 5 Ibs. and over..22c Hens. 4-5 Ibs. 20c Hens, under 4 Ibs 17c Cocks, heavy Cocks, Leghorns 1 lc All No. 2 Poultiy 4 cents less Eggs, in cash 29-32c Eggs, in trade' 30-32c Butter, Icnva State Brand 51c Butter, Corn Country 50c Butter. Decker's lowina 50c Butter, Brnokfield 50c NCIV YORK FBODITCE (ThuTsdav Market) YORK. (,7,-- EBS5 2T.857; ti Mixed colors: Fancy to cxlra fancy 43!*c; extras 4Hic: graded firsts 37?:,c: current receipts U^ic: mediums 34',1-c: dirties No. 1. average checks Butter 493.132: scarce. (First hand wholesale price levclsl: Creamery, higher J2 score and premium marks 47^ 48'Ac; 92 score (cash market) 47ft47^i 88-01 score WliS^'ic. Chce=c 253.074: firm. CHICAGO. culture)-- CHICAGO POTATOES (Thursday Market) -[U. S. department agri- Potatoes, arrivals off. on track ISO: tolal U. S. shipments 464; old slock, supplies light, for best quality slock demand fairly good, market firm to sli^htlv stronger; for ordinary stock demand slow, market about steady; Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1. S2.92',i5i3.20- Colorado Red McChircs U. S. No. 1. S2.!KKr 3: Nebraska Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1. S3: Wyomina Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. I. $3.03: Minnesota and North Da- kola Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1. S2 45s* Z.50: Commercials S2.I3*i2.23: Cobblers U. S. No. 1. S2.I5: Wisconsin Kalahdins U. S. No. I. S2.45; Florida bushel basket Bliss Triumphs C. S. No. 1. S2.65 per bushel: new slock, supplies lipht. demand very slow market about steady: no early sales reported. BEAUTY CANTHDATE GAHNEH--Miss Bethel Pollock, - daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Scott Pollock, was one of the 10 co-eds announced by Irvene Farnsworth, Primghar, Old Gold editor, to be entered in the annual beauty contest sponsored by the Iowa State Teachers college year 'nook. The 10 beauty candidates, selec'.ed by a college wide student vote, will be presented at the Old Gold Beauty dance .Ian. 2D, in the Com- LIMIT FILLING STATION HOURS Weekly Opefting Is Set by Davies WASHINGTON, (JP)--Effectiv Saturday, service stations through out the country may stay open no more than 72 hours a week, and for not more than 12 hours a day, the office of petroleum administrator has ordered. The only exception is stations staying open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Ralph K. Davies, deputy petroleum administrator, said the 24-hour-a-day alternative would permit so-called truck stations to serve common carrier trucks and other T card holders. Other provisions of the order: All service stations must post opening and closing hours in a conspicuous place. If a dealer elects to operate for 72 hours a week, he must serve all customers £or no more than a total of 12 hours in any one day. The 12 hours may not be divided into units o£ less than two consecutive hours. If a dealer elects to remain open 24 hours a day. he must serve all customers for 12 consecu- , CHICAGO POUI.TKT (Tharsda? Market) CHICAGO. «,--Poultry, 12 firm: unchanged. ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Thursday Market) CHICAGO. W--Officlnl estimated salable livestock receipts for Wednesday: hogs 10,003; cattle 1.500: sheep 7,000. CHICAGO. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Thursday Market) Butter, receipts 201 G92- . /-- , urm: prices as quoted by the Chiraeo price current are unchanged. EBBS, receipts 17.W9; steady to firm; prices unchanged. Government graded ORES, white, loose 50, carton 52. live hours six days of the week, j turning to their homes from work CAR HITS PARKED TRUCK; 2 KILLED 3 Others Critically Injured Near Glemvood GLENWOOD, (.P) -- Two men were killed and three injured critically in an automobile- parked truck collision 12 miles north of Glemvood early Thursday. All were residents of Glenwood. The dead are Ernest Venincosa and Jess Dunn. Reported in a critical condition at a Council Bluffs hospital arc Gayle Decker, driver of the car. Bill Bowley and Kenneth Alley. The car in which they were re- NO. 16 The first item of income to he entered in the federal income tax return is "salaries and other compensation for personal services." This item includes, in general, all earnings and compensation from employment and other income ot a personal nature such as prize winnings and the like. Compensation for personal services includes commissions paid to salesmen, compensation for services on the basis of percentage of profits, commissions on insurance premiums earned by insurance salesmen or agents, bonuses whether in cash or securities or goods, the value of aoard and lodging (where such is not provided for the convenience of the employer), earnings paid for in groceries, goods or services (at the market value of such goods or services and the like. It includes the salary of a clergyman as weil as marriage fees baptismal offerings, sums paid for saying masses for the dead, and other contributions received by the clergyman or priest and not paid to the church. The rental value oj a parsonage supplied is, however, exempt and need not be included; but if no parsonage is furnished and instead an allowance for parsonage or quarters is given, the amount of this allowance must be included as income. * * * Transportation charges paid by the government on account o£ the transportation of families of military and naval personnel are in the nature of additional compensation and must be reported as income but the allowances, for quarters and for subsistence are exempt. Persons in the military or nav;i_ service of the United States at the close of the taxable year belou commissioned grades are exemp' from taxation on compensation received during the year for sucl service up to S250 in the case of a single persoi\ and S300 in the cas_ of a married person and the exempt amount may be excluded in showing compensation received- Old age and retirement pension: except those paid by the Unitet. States to war veterans, must be reported but where the employ has made contributions toward th' pension fund only a portion of tb_ pension is-considered as income (For the manner of treatment o such compensation see Instructio 7 of return form 1040.) * * * The earnings of a professional man such as a lawyer or a doctor maintaining his own office would not be entered under Item 1 as compensation for personal, services, but under Item 9--Net Profit (or Loss) from Business or Profession. For purposes of the earned income credit (Item 25 of the return form), however, his professional income is -considered as compensation for personal services. The ordinary and necessary expenses incurved in connection with one's employment may be deducted in arriving at the net amount of salaries and other compensation for personal services. The amount of such expenses is shown on the same line with the income and the net amount is entered. An itemized statement of such expenses must, however, be attached to the return. WOMAN FOUND DYING IN ROOM Man Near Death From Monoxide Gas Poisoning COUNCIL BLUFFS, (ff) -- A voman was found dying and a nan overcome from monoxide gas and lack of oxygen in a rented com here Wednesday night. Coroner, Jack Tyler identified he dead women as Mrs. Agnes 3ustafson, 24, o£ Missouri Valley. 'he man was identified as Charles A. Reed, 24, itinerant worker vhose address on a draft regis- ration card was the same a;, Mrs. Gustafson's'. Mrs. Gustafson was discovered inconscious but still breathing She died as members of the fire rescue squad attempted to revive ler. Heed was taken to a hospital, where his condition Thursday morning was described as "bet- .er." Tyler said a MOVIE PARADE Richard Dix and Lon Chancy Cast in Attraction at Two Theaters By MAGLOPH Richard Dix and Lou Chaney are familial- names to long time film fans. The Chancy in this case is the son o£ the one who struck terror to the hearts in the days of the silents. Now the screen lias the ihe lawmakers, Representative · Edward J. Morrissey R-VaIeria), house member of the cafeteria committee said, "If not, we can always fix it so the lawmakers eat first." advantage of saying "Boo" besides* making faces at the patron. Anyway, both are in "Eyes' of MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Panama Hattie" ends Thursday. "Eyes of the Underworld" Friday only. PALACE--"One .Night .in the Tropics" and "Eyes in the N'ight" end Thursday. "Eyes of the Underworld" Friday only. STRAND--"The Corsicau Brothers" and "All American Co-ed." STATE--"The Men in Her Life" and "Kin? of the Stallions." LAKE--CIear Lake) -- "Gentleman Jim" and "Strictly in the Grove" end Thursday. "Hiprh- way by Night" and "Friendly Enemies" start Friday. Lawmakers Themselves to Be Served Last at Statehouse Cafeteria DES' MOINES, W)--The lawmakers themselves will get the last chance at luncheon served in the statehouse cafeteria. Under a "staggered" eating plan announced Wednesday, the legislators' clerks will eat at 11:30, regular statehouse employes at 11:45 and members of the senate and house a\ 12:15. When a- representative asked whether there was assurance there would be any food left for the screens of both Palace and Cecil theaters Friday. It's croofc stuff with Dix as Chief Bryan (police not Indian) and Chaney as Benny, his chauffeur. Wendy Barrie is the chief's secretary and Billy Lee, his son. No mamma--see? Others, in the cast are Lloyd Corrigan, Don Porter, Marc Lawrence, Edward Pawley, Joseph Crehan. Wade Boeteler, Gaylord Pendleton and^Mike Raffetto. Well, the chief is a former felon and the crooks threaten to tell on him if he doesn't let them ! have things their way. But you know Richard Dix! PIKE'S PEAK TRAVEL OFF SOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., (U.R)--Travel to the summit of Colorado's famous Pike Peak dropped 75 per cent in 1942. Supervisor E. S. Keithley of Pike National Forest said only 30,000 persons -- one- fourth of normal--made the trip up the famous scenic attraction of the state during the past year. f i CECIL HOME OF BETTER MOVIES gas heater in the closed room was responsible for :he death and near death. The couple was found in the room by the landlady, Mrs. A. B. LFnland, when she looked over a transom after trying in vain to arouse the two. They had regis- .ercd Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Paul Felkins, a sister of Mrs. Gustafson, said she is divorced and has a five year old daughter. Reed is the son of Mrs. Harry Martin of Shelby. Credit Buying of Gas for Private Cars Banned WASHINGTON, (fP--The petroleum administration Thursday prohibited all credit buying of gasoline and other petroleum products for private motor cars, effective Feb. I. The order provides that retail gasoline marketers suppliers may not "grant, accept or participate in the granting or accepting, directly or indirectly of credit in connection with the sale of any petroleum product," but makes exceptions for sale to federal, state or local governments, for commercial use of motor boats, and motor vehicles displaying "T" ration stickers. An order effective Jan. I had limited use of credit cards to a single retail outlet. Previously these cards had been good in any station operated by the same company. Private Says Australia Grows a Super-Race HELENA, Mont., W--People who live In the U. S. A. should go to Australia if they want to make the acquaintance of a super race of mosquitoes, says Pyt. Frank Jones in a letter to his mother. He drew a picture that showed man-size mosquito equipped with goggles, gas mask, hobnailed shoes, combat pack, wire and mosquito bar cutters and spikes to prevent sliding while dining. "Three of our aircraft engaged one and after a long, arduous battle they managed to shoot it down," Private Jones said in discussing his theory that the mosquitoes are equipped with armor plate. DANCE A K CLEAR UKE ENDS THURSDAY "Gentleman Jim" "Strictly in the Groove" FRIDAY - SATURDAY Richard Carlson Kenee Haal 'Highways By Night" EARL HUNT--FRI. TINY LITTLE hisOrch. SAT. and SUN. Late Bus .Wed., Fri., Sat.. Sun. LAST - TIMES - TODAY THL ; RSUAY) Hattie; Ann SOTHERN SKELTON « "Rags" RAGLAND Ben BLUE --, PLUS -ANOTHER BIG SNEAK PREVUE THURSDAY 9:30 COME - ENJOY 2-BIG SHOWS AGAIN YOU'LL BE PLEASED! FRIDAY BALLROOM I AUSTIN MINN Gamete's, old time, Friday Hank Winder Sat. and Sun. Co-Hit Charles Winninger Nancy Kelly "Friendly Enemies" Protect Pretty Girls on Sailboats From Motorboats' Spray Serial--"PerHs of Nyoka" Ulatincc Saturday 2:00 p. m. r-ETETO-i NOW THRU SATURDAY DES MOINES, )-- The house Information Charging Embezzlement Filed Against Missing Clerk CRESTON, Wi--Union County Attorney George F. Allen said Wednesday he had filed an information charging embezzlement by agent against Charles C. Plum, missing a week, and that under a search warrant he had confiscated all records consultant office , . went all out Thursday to protect J pretty girU who ride sail boats from being sprayed by passing motor boats. It adopted 98 to 0 n measure which would require motor boats to pass sail boats on the leeward side instead of the windward side, as provided in present statute. Rep. Henry W. Wormley (R- Kingslcy) said the windward side of a boat was the one toward which the wind was blowing and the leeward side was the one from which the wind was blowing. Motor boats passing sail boats on the windward side "spray water on the beautiful girls." Wormley said in explanation. ONCE UPON A TIME PASADENA, Cal., (U.P.)--T w o years ago the Japanese float won the Theme prize at the annual New Year's Rose Tournament parade. The float was entered by the Central Japanese Association of America and represented in flowers the capitol at Washington, with the famous Japanese cherry tree blossoming on the capitol grounds. Thanks to Japan. there was no Rose Parade this PALACE ~"·" LAST TIMES TIIUR. " ABBOTT i- COSTEtLO "One Night in the Tropics" "Eyes in the Ninht" Edward Arnold FRIDAY ONLY Bargain Matinee 'til 5 p. m. A PEEK AT CRIME! CHIMI-JUDOm OTV THROUGH THt... Richard Dix - Wendy Barrie Lon Chaney ALSO ADDED ATTRACTION STARTS SAT. "BAMBI" - "BUSSES ROAR" YOUNG ITTANiSA WOMAN TO MAKI AN iX-CONVKT GOSTRAt«HTf CVESrfthe Conrad Veidt - Dean Jaggcr h FIRST K M X CO-HIT ncrm WHO'S ZOO I.V HOLLYWOOD FRI. NIGHT IS FUN NITE AXD EXTRA SATURDAY NIGHT 10:15 O'Clock BIG PREVIEW Gary Cooper Barbara Stanwyck "BALL OF FIRE" Come Early and See 3 SWELL SHOWS -- and -EXTRA ADDED FEATURE BUTTKH BE HERE THAN SORRY STARTS SAT. MICKEY'S WO WIN' 'EM WITH HIS WOOIN'! Edmund Gwenn · Ian Hunter Frs*fie Buttiotooicw . Tim Tiara in Plum's tax dealing with i year for years. the second time in 54 Ony T card holders may be served j was in collision with the rear end slate and federal income tax re- ! D,IJ_^ 1 \! during the remaining period. of a truck from Shenandoah. | turns. [ DriuCS and 1NO Davies said the I2-hour-a-c!ay provision was intended to enable service station operators to reduce operating costs at a time of decreasing business. Hides Borseuidcs Woll Bret. 1ae_ ftCO . . ·GBEE.V BEEF HIDES Prom IS Ibs. up ____ , ...... . ...... From 15 (bs. down .................. Bull hides Be ...... ............... ·Cured titan Ic » Ib. Metier AUo lc · Ib. higher for green hides to wholesale dealers In tvhofesat* quantities. which was stalled on highway 275 because of a broken axle, investigating officials said. The accident occurred at the foot of what is known as Green Hill, just north of the Pottawat- tamic-AIills county line in Pottawattamie county. _ WOMAN DIGS GRAVES CHESTER, Pa., CU.RI--The shortage of male workers may result in women entering another field-grave-digging. When Alfred C. Broadbelt, superintendent of an already under-staffed cemeterv. became ill, his daughter, Mrs." Clif- Buy War Savings Bonds and I ford Evans, gathered the neces- AHeged irregularities in the tax returns of dozens of Plum's clients, amounting to several hundred dollars, appear from preliminary examination o! the records, Allen declared. Fqderal and state tax officials are assisting in investigation. Plum disappeared Jan. 13 after his car struck a bridge over Summit lake here. His hat and scarf were found on open water in the lake, but a three-day search of the water failed to reveal further clews. The investigation had been started the previous day when one client told Allen he had' received notice from the federal government he had filed no 1941 C* M «~ f 1 I. r* \ -- w .-".~.~. *..~ t i w ^ v - ^ - g w » «rt l l l l l v j l l ill.' licit! l l t U U lit) i yl i Stamp?, from your Globe-Gazette sary paraphernalia and resumed | return although he had paid Plum carrier boy. I the digging on schedule. Babies, No Buggies LONDON, (/Pj--Brides without rings and babies without carriages have been added to the wartime worries of the British. So far, there are no bsre- fingcred brides and babies haven't had to walk or use taxis but W. F. Higgs of Birmingham views the near future with concern and wants the board of trade to do something about it. Higgs is an 11. P. from Birmingham West and it is natural for him to be among the early worriers on this problem because the Birmingham region produces a large share of Britain's wedding rcoRsicjm BROTH6RS Douglas FAIRBANKS, JR. Ruth Warridc Alum TamiroU ffHf wtt ft* Stcrft if rb* WIJIttD DACttl? I $193.25 for which he had receipts. | bands and perambulators. -- and -A U U G H L I F T a n d F U N F R O i l O "ALL AMERICAN CO-ED" Frances Langford Johnny Downs Marjorie Woodvvorlh ALWAYS BIG HITS FOR LOW PRICES Mat. 17c - Eve. Zlc - Plus Tax 3 Xew Programs Every Week DINE and DANCE ... AT MASON CITY'S ONLY DINNER AND SUPPER CLUB HttOM Music Start* Complete Chicken or Steak Dinner AU · plus $150 DANCING AUL EVENING Person Person (INFORMAL) IN THE WEDGEWOOD ROOM HOTEL HANFORD

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