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WT 12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31. 1945 · i t . , Committee Approves Roosevelt's Nomination to Brigadier General Washington, (U.R)--The senate military affairs committee unanimously approved Tuesday the nomination of 34 year old Col. Elliott Roosevelt, 2nd son of the president, to the rank of brigadier general. The nomination of the young air force officer was approved along with the promotions of 57 other colonels to the same rank.' No opposition was voiced to Roosevelt's nomination, Chairman Elbert D. Thomas, (D.-XItah) said, although the record of the president's son was thoroughly reviewed at the request of Sen. Styles- Bridges, (R.-N. .H.) J. R. DORSET AUCTIONEER Phone 2592 ndorse Request to ·orego Spring Vacation Washington, £_The U. S. office of education Tuesday indorsed a recent request of the office of lefense transportation that schools, colleges and universities forego heir usual spring vacations this ·ear. John W. Studebaker, commissioner of education, called the request "both meritorious and practical." He estimated that 300,000 students would make spring vacation trips If the usual vacation plans are carried out. ·Studebaker said the ODT request was in line with that agency's campaign to hold civilian travel to a minimum in order to make facilities available for the armed forces and war needs. Placement of veterans by the United States Employment Service during 1944 more than doubled the figure for 1943. During the 11 month period from January to November last year 728,400 veterans were placed, as compared ·with 317,600 for the same period of 1943. Livestock AUCTION AT THE *" Kanawha Sales Pavilion KANAWHA, IOWA, ON HIGHWAY NO. Ill Friday Afternoon, Feb. 2 STAKTING AT 12 O'CLOCK Tractor to be sold Friday. It's a 12-21 Hart Parr with Firestone 11x28 pre-war high bar tires. Fulls three 11-Inch plows. ' Have hundreds of head of stock for Friday's auction: Fat sfcen, heifers and cows; milk cows, springer cows and heifers; feeder cattle, breeding bulls, -real calves; boars, sows, pigs; ewes, Iambs, bucks. We give your slock the very best care and personal attention. The Kanawha Sales Pavilion is known for reliability and satisfaction. Let us help YOU! H* BFununund, Aoctioneer Manager HOG MARKET STILL ACTIVE Cattle Buyers Refuse to Pay Top Prices Chicago, (fP)--Early cattle buyers were willing to pay a top of $17.10 Wednesday for fed steers and yearlings, but no more. 300-330 Therefore, several sellers held back offerings for which higher prices were asked. No buying resistance was encountered in the hog market where buyers paid ceiling prices on all good and choice butcher hogs and fat sows. Sheep sellers held back good and choice fed wooled western lambs on an asking price of $16.10, the season's high and above. Buyers paid $15.75 and $15.85 for 4 loads of just-good fed wooled western lambs, and $15 for 1 load of medium and good. {WFA)---Salable hogs 9,000; total 12,500; active, fully steady; good and choice hogs 160 Ibs. and over at $14.75 ceiling; few 140 to 160 Ibs. $14.25-14.75; all good and choice sows $14; early clearance. Salable cattle 14,000; total 14,300; salable calves 1,000; total 1,000; fed steers and yearlings, including yearling heifers, fully steady, active; largely fed steer run; bulk $14-16.25; early top $17.10, some held higher; best heifers $16.25; cows scarce, strong to 25c higher; sausage bulls steady, up to $13.25; beef bulls 25c lower; vealers steady at $15.50 down; very few stock cattle here. Salable sheep 9,000; total 10,500; opening active, fully steady; 4 loads just good fed wooled west- jern lambs §15.75 and $15.85, including 3 loads Colorados at latter price; load medium and good lambs $15; however, no uniformly good and choice lambs in load lots sold early with fed wooled westerns held above $16.10; few fat native lambs $16; 3 loads light lambs in feeder flesh held around $13; odd lots native ewes $825 Midwest Livestock (WEDNESDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea, v Austin. Minn. Minn. Trend Good Butchers-- Steady 140-150 Ibs JI2.10 150-160 Ibs *13.CO 1SO-170 Ibs $13.40 170-180 Ibs $14.15 180-200 IbS 314.40 200-220 Ibs »14.40 220-240 Ibs. .'... *14.40 240-270 Ibs »14.40 270-300 Ibs $14.40 330-360 Ibs. J14.40 270-300 Ibs. $13.65 300-330 Ibs »13.6S 330-3(0 Ibs 313.63 360-400 Ibs S13.S5 400-450 Ibs $1335 430-500 Ibs. $13.53 $00-550 Ibs 113.55 Steady $11.90 912.90 113.40 W3.90 514.40 S 14.40 $14.40 H4.4O 5:4.40 $14.40 JU.40 $12,65 (13.69 513.65 $13.65 $13.65 $13.65 Waterloo Generally Steady M3.5O 114.25 *1«.*5 *14.45 514.15 J14.45 $14.45 $14.45 $14.43 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 Cedar Rapids Generally Steady $13.79 $14.23 $14.45 X14.45 S14.45 $14.45 $14.45 $14.43 $14.45 $19.79 $13.70 $13.70 $13.10 *I3.10 $13.60 BOARD AND ROOM By GENE AHERN WHEAT, RYE FUTURES GAIN Remainder of Grain List Stays Firm Chicago, (JP) -- Short covering caused wheat and rye futures to gain a cent or more Wednesday and most of the remainder of the grain list was firm. There was little outside interest in the trade and the volume was small. At the finish, wheat was 1% to 1% cents higher than Tuesday's close, May $1.61% to $1.61%. Corn was up % to % cent, May $1.12. Oats were 1 to 1% cents higher, May 67% to 67%. Rye was 1% to 2% cents higher. May $1.13% to ?1.13.' Barley was up % to % cent, May Livestock AUCTION Friday, Feb. 2,12:30 p.m. NOTICE--We will start selling sheep and hots at 12:30 sharp. Be on hand early. 400 CATTLE The run will include stocker and feeder steers and heifers of all weights and classes, fat steers and heifers, butcher stock of all kinds, springing cows and heifers, bulls and veal calves. 21 White Face steers, weight 850 Ibs. 29 White Face steer and heifer calves, weight 150 Ibs. 16 Shorthorn steers, weight 1,050 Ibs., fleshy. 28 Shorthorn and White Face steers, weight 900 Ibs. 1 Purebred Angus bull, 18 months old. down. CHICAGO CASH GBAIN (Wednesday Market) ChScijo, Ifft--Wheat: No. 2 red *1.7Sn ceiling. Corn: - Sample grade mixed 91V«c; No. 5 yellow 93V4c6»1.05V4; sample grade yellow 9Ty4C. Oats: None. _ Barley, nominal: Halting *1.15Q1.37Vi; feed 90ce»1.07. Field seed per hundredweight, nominal: Timothy $686.25: red top $15916; red clover $31.50; sweet clover |10.65: alsike $28.50. All classes of livestock met with very active demand In the sale last week. Bay Sherman of Clear take sold 22 steers, weight about 950 Ibs.; Roy Sharp of Hanford sold 27 good White Faced steers and heifers. We sold a-lot of good stock cattle and a very good ran of fat cows and heifers. The market is at the high point of the season. Consign your livestock to the Clear Lake Auction company and receive the benefit of the bidding by our many farmers feeders and buyers. 150 HOGS of all .weights, bred sows and boars. All feedinr hogs are In very broad demand. ***»·» SHEEP 35 choice Shropshire ewes, 2 and 3 years old, bred to lamb in March. Also, fat lambs and feeding lambs. Clear Lake Auction Co. Local Livestock 1IASON CITY--For Wednesday Generally steady. Good light lights 140-150 $12.50 Good light lights 150-160 $13.50 Goad light lights 160-170 $14.00 Good light lights HO-180 $14.40 Good light lights 280-200 $14.40 Good light lights 200-220 314.40 Good med. wt. butchers .. 220-340 $14.40 Good med. wt. butchers .. 240-270 $14.40 Good med. wt. butchers .. 270-3CO $14.40 Goad med. wt butchers .. 300-330 314.40 Good med. wt. butcher* .. 320-360 914.40 Good sows Z70-300 $13.65 Good sows Good sows 330-360 $13.63 Good sows 360-400 $13.65 Good BOWS 400-450 $13.65 Good cowx CATTLE 450-500 11165 Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Wednesday No. 2 white oats, 32 Ibs .70c No. 2 shelled corn, old $1.02 No. 2 shelled corn, new MOST LEADERS SHOW GAINS Market Rights Self After Sharp Dip New Tork, (ff)--The stock market righted itself Wednesday after a sharp dip in the first hour and moved toward the close with most leaders showing gains of fractions to around a point. Some specialties were up 2 or more. American T e l e p h o n e , down about 1%, retrieved_ its loss arid steels and rails enjoyed a good recovery. Highlighting the late proce'ed- ings was brisk bidding for a wide assortment of specialties and low priced issues. Transactions were approximately 1,100,000 shares. Prominent in the higher group in the final hour were Studebaker, Chrysler, Willys-Overland,' Johns-ManviUe, M o n t g o m e r y Ward, U. S. Steel, Bethlehem, Woolworth, Case, U. S. Gypsum, International Telephone, 'International Mining, .Standard Steel Spring, and American Distillers. Aircrafts, and a few coppers and higher priced industrials were backward. Bonds registered late improvement but remained in an irregular range. WHATS UMDEAB- PICKIN'ONMUHOL' ·PAL,HERE?-"HIM AN'ME 15 CHUAAS, AN'WE HAD A RASSUN'MATCH SIX YEARS AGO/ T7YOU 5TIU- THINK. I'M SOME GUY NAMED BEH-EB-? REINS TWISTED,fARD, "- SPEAKJN'OF BEELERSj" LET ME7EOX5UOF WW GUNFlGUTVmH SQUWTY BSEUER.A VERT TOUGH HOWBRJE VHO USEDTO LCWD MIS SNEEZES WITH BUCKSHOT/ Death Notices 1 SOLUM, Mis. Sirth L, 58, 111 th W., died «t »:X *. m. Tu«»d»y alter 1 « monlH JUaeu. Funeral service wtlJ be held Friday at 2 p. in at the Fatterson funeral home with the Btv. A. N. Rogne£s o.f Trinity Lutheran church officiating and 'burial In Memorial Pane cemetery. The Patterson funeral hODM in charge. : HEDD1G. William H., «, 411 K. GUI*. dleA Tuesday at 3 p. ra. at his homa after a lingering »in^«« . funeral MTY- Ices will be held Saturday at 9:30 a. ra. at St. JoMDh-i Catholic church with tba Rev. P. J. Ethan officiating and burial in St. Joseph's cemetery. The- Rotary will be said at the Meyer funeral homo Wednesday and Thursday at · p. m. Th* body will to taken to the residence Fit. day at 3 j; m., where tie Boaanr will b. aald by the Tabernacle society at I p. m., and another Rosary will be said at 8 p. m. The Meyer funeral hozne fa charge. " · li Funeral Director alAJOR rimeral Home. J09 toconel If. B. Efficient Service Dim Btnrcac*. Am- balance. . Phone 511. MEYER Funeral home. A beautiful , service need not oe costly. Ambulance service Phone 1505: · CEIfPTOQUOTE--A cryptogram quotation B L . J C T T J J I P F 1 . ' W F B Z H G K T H Z I Z F W T N Z W P C T T J A J L L F A I W P Z W J N U -- W X L, K W. Yesterday's Cryptoqnote: ·: WHO KEEPS ONE END IN VIEW' MAKES ALL THINGS SERVE--BROWNING. PATTERSON Funeral Borne. Known lor service. Ambulance. 322 Korth Washington. Call 1140. McAlTLEY A Son runeral Home. distinctive, dignified, complete ·enrtc*. a»«h.ii.^^ | south Fboae 651. CAU, your Spencer Corteoar* tor your foundation garment. Lena Thomdyia, 108 N. litdlson. Ph. 5114-W. TM"TM"* tout. Found CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE Wednesday Market High 1.62ft May .. July 1.53*1 Sept. 1.52'/« Dec 1.53V. CORN-May . 1.12 MASON CITY--For Wednesday Good steers and Kellers ... 113.00-14.50 Med. steer* and "belters .... $10.00*1140 Com. steers and heller* ... * 7.00-9.00 Good to choice cows » 9.00-10.00 Med. cows »8.00-».00 Cora, cows ...". * 7.00- 7.50 Butcber bulls Si9.00-ll.00 Bologna bull*, heavy ..... S 8.00- 9.00 Bologna bulls, medium * 7.00- 1,00 Cutters, heavy $8.50-7.00 Cutters, light I 6.00-6.50 Carmen, heavy * 5.00- 8.00 Camera, light $4.00-5.00 Fancy, eelect calves .... 512.00-13.00 Calves; (d. to choice 190-190 »11.00-1100 July 1.1114 Sept- .......... 1.0914 Dec 1.07H OATS-Ilay ... July ... Sept. .67% -S2V. .59 Dec. ......... .58 RYE-May 1.13}i Calve to EOOd. UO-UO * 9.00-10.00 Calves, common to (air . $ 7 JO- 8.50 Calvtx, =UU » 4.004-wo 1.10% 1.07V. I.OTA BAEIXY-- May' 1.10?1 July July Sept- Dec. . 1.51% l.Slii 1.51'i 1.J.1 1.0911 1.08H .66 V. .eon 4714 1.11H 1.08V. 1.05%'. 1.05V. 3.09 1.53ft 1.52K 1S3V, 1.12 1.11 1.0914 LOTH .67% .62 !i 1.1 3H 1.10% L0754 Produce MASON CITY-- For Wednesday (Cash quotations Dy E. G. Morse; Eggs, current receipts ....... 32c Springs, heavy breeds ....... 23 c Leghorn springs, 2 Ibs. over 21c Heavy hens ................. 20c Hens, under 4 Ibs. .......... 17c Cocks ....... ........ ...... 14c All No. 2 poultry, 3c less Merchant Quotations Eggs, at retail .............. 45c Butter, Iowa State Brand ... .49c Butter, Corn Country ..... .48c Butter, Brookfield .......... 49c ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK BECEIPTS ( Wednesday Mornlnff) Chicago, (^j_iw. F. A.!-- Officially MASON CITY--For Wednesday Genuine SP. lambs, go. to ch. »115M4ja Genuine sp. Tamrts. med. to (d. J11.00-1Z-0 Cull laoibs S S.OOd'wn Fed ewes, food to choice ... S 5.00-6.00 Common ewes S 1.00-2.00 Bucks » .75-1.50 Goldfield--Miss May Radley of Iowa Falls, spent with friends here. the weekend E. E. A. WELL MEET Garner -- The annual meeting of the Hancock County Rural Electric Co-operative will be held at the basement of St. Boniface Catholic church Thursday. Annual reports will be given and directors elected. A full detailed program shortly. w i l l be announced , . . . timated salable livestock receipts foi Thursday: Hoes 9,000; cattle 6,000; sheep 6,000. CHICAGO FOULTET (Wednesdsr Market) Chicago, ff_(w. F A-)--Live poultry firm, 3 trucks, no cars. Prices unchanged. BEAR MC*V-A (SUV SEEM WE NWMVUW5 THIS W3RHUJ5;. RIGHT AINW HE SWS T OUGHTA S£E A tN POC..VE H*fcl»C«RMm. LOST--Man's yellow 'gold Gru«n wrlft watch Tue». night near 2nd N. W. and Y M. C. A. Reward. L. S. Thompaon. Thompson-cmeU. ^^ CHICAGO FBODCCE \ (Wednesday Market) Chicago, «v-Butter, firm. 245,144. Market unchanged. Eggs, receipts 14,919. Steady. Market unchanged. Receipts Calmar--·'William Hosting sold his 151-acre farm a few miles out on highway 24 to Aloysius Bruening for $18,500. CHICAGO POTATOES (Wednesday Market) hlcaro. W-- (W. T. A.)--Potatoes: Arrivals 34, on track -68. total U. S. shipments 534. Old stock: Practically nothing offered Wednesday's trac^ market. No early track sales reported. New stock: Supplies very light, demand good, market firm- Florida 50 Ib. sacks Bliss Triumphs, U. S. No. 1. $2.67. BERKSHIRE BRED SOW SALE TUESDAY--FEBRUARY 6th--1:00 P.M. In Heated West's Truck Line Garage, 6 Blocks West of Courthouse MASON CITY, IOWA Sale will start promptly at One K M. Tuesday, February 6 First National Bank Clerk Auctioneer G. H. Shaw of Memphis, Tenn, MODERN GRENADIER 462597 40 HEAD--spring and fall gilts, together with a few tried sows. An outstanding offering bred to the $2,000 MODERN GRENADIER; his most promising son, GRENADIER'S TRIUMPH; and to MAYBERK NEWS LADDIE 2nd, popular favorite of the Central National Berkshire Show. Raise BERKSH1RES -- the kind the packers like. For 6 Tears tn Succession Purebred Berkshire Ho its Have Won the Carlot Show at Chicago. For 10. Tears In Succession Berkshire or B e r k s h i r e Crossed HOSTS Have Won the Carlot Show at Chicago. Hides and Wool Calves, gd. to cnolce 140-190 sil.MM2.00 Quotations foralilied bj Wolf Bros* Inc.. SOt Yttta street Soithwest HOPE TO RELIEVE BUTTER PROBLEM Increase Butterfat Subsidy Payments Washington, (U.R)--Hope for relief from the worst butter shortage in the nation's history was held out Tuesday ty a government official after it had been disclosed that the war food administration was considering an increase in butterfat subsidy payments in order BuU hides From 15 Ibs. up ., From 15 Ibs. down Horsehlda IDc He increased butter Chamberlin Becomes Managing Editor of Boone Newspaper Boone, (iP)--Louis F. Chamberlin of Clinton has begun his duties as managing editor of the Boone News-Republican, succeeding Kenneth S. Goodrich, who resigned to accept a similar post on the Lincoln, 111., Evening Courier. Chamberlin has been telegraph editor of the Clinton Herald and formerly was on the staff of the Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette and the Cedar Falls Daily Record. He is a veteran of the first World war and a graduate of the University of Missouri. He is married and has 3 daughters. to encourage production. In a telegram to the American Dairy assoelation in Chicago, Dr. T. G. Stifts, of the WFA office of supplies, said tentative WFA plans include attempts "to help alleviate the b u t t e r problem" by changes in the programs "in the general direction Indicated by a unanimous recommendation of the butter industry." The industry has requested a 6 cent a pound increase in butter prices, higher subsidies on butier- fat sold for butter, and extension of limitation orders to cover all sales of cream. The present program encourages the marketing of whole milk and has resulted in a declining butter output, it was said. This price relationship was established to obtain increased output of milk byproducts such as cheese and evaporated milk, urgently needed for military purposes. To improve this situation, WFA Dying Child Brings Parents Together Chicago, (U.PJ -- The constant vigil which they kept together at the bedside of their dying daughter brought the parents of Patricia Attaway together again. Seven year old Patricia died of lymphatic leukemia at Aurora, HL, Jan. 9, after a 2 month battle against the incurable illness. Her mother, Mrs. Florence Attaway NokuUs, 30, filed suit for divorce from her 2nd husband, Joseph Nokutis, Monday. Her attorney, Daniel A. Civelli, said Mrs. Nokutis plans to remarry Chief Petty Officer M. F. Attaway, 38, of the seabees after the war. Meantime she will enlist in the waves. FBI SEEKING GHOST BANDIT Listed Among 15 Worst Criminals Washington, () -- The federal bureau of investigation has 15 items it wants to clean up this year--the 15 worst criminals in the United States--and high on its list is Maurice (Blondie) Denning, 37 year old Neola, Iowa, and Council Bluffs, "ghost bandit." Denning was branded public enemy number one a decade ago and is -wanted in connection with the robbery ot the Security National bank at Superior, Nebr., Nov. 22, 1934. He also is accused as the leader of a gang which in 1934 and 1935 held up banks in Dell Hapids, S. Dak.; Holdrege, Nebr.; Hudson, S. Dak.; Scottsbluff, Nebr.; Smith Center, Kans., and Cumberland and Hawarden, Iowa, and is wanted for a torture murder at Sidney. The FBI also would like to get its hands on Allen Butler Woolworth, 41, Wichita, Kans., wanted in connection with the robbery of the De Lay National bank at Norfolk, Nebr., Nov. 9, 1943. He escaped April 19, 1943, from the Kansas state penitentiary. Denning, soa of a respected farm family, was afraid of gona as a boy. Yet he was the brains of a gang of badmen who operated principally in Iowa, Nebraska, LOST--One 7-inch nenr 1MZ Chevrolet truck wheel between Nora Sprint? and Mason City on Highway «. Return to owner. G. L. HartweD, SW N. Fenn, City. Heward. : IX3ST--Lady's yellow gold wrist watch Saturday uptown. Bnrard. Return to Globe-Gazetts. Mon«y to Loan 8 CASH LOANS MADE PROMPTLY A private office for loan applicant* to transact business in. and courtebuj. «- pesienccd loan mBMcr to talk to. Ko embarrasaln* izivectljation tbmuch friends, relatives or employer. BORROW FROM $30 TO $300 United Financial Service "Family flnanc* Ccrunsellort* ' 15% North Federal Over Ford Hejpklfls Telephone 57 Maaon city. Ion FARM LOANS TAILORED to fit your "needs. No Commissions 4% 15 to 25 Years MASON CITY LOAN INVESTMENT CO. ATKEA Farm Loans. Low rates. "No commission, appraisal or title; ·^·pilp^- Hon costs to the, borrower. It Is worth looking Into. Mason City Leon and lav. Co, W. L. Patton. President \ W.CT.U.CardMiglit Have Done Des Moines Motorman More Good DCS Sloines, (/F)--The local option battle in the Iowa legislature Is having its lighter side on Des Moines streetcars. As Rep. Glen E. Robinson (R., Colesburg) boarded a car Tuesday to go to the statehouse h'e heard the following: An unidentified woman boarded the car and handed the operator something. As she started down the aisle the motorman called out. "Lady, did you have a pan or a transfer?" "Why I gave you a transfer," the woman replied. "No, you are mistaken, it wasn't," said the operator. "Oh yes it was. I gave It to you." "Will you come look please-^ it's your V, r . C. T. U. card." The woman retrieved her card, handed the operator her transfer, walked to her seat and sat down. "Well, I think my W. C. T. U. card would have done him more good anyway," she chuckled. Professor Hikes 2 M2es to Give Examination Waterville, Maine, (/P) -- AH roads to Colby college's Mayflower Hill campus were blocked by snow Tuesday, but any hopes of students that they would be excused from mid-year examinations soon were dissipated. Hiking 2 miles over drift-swept fields, Gordon W. Smith, assistant professor of modern languages, arrived on snowshoes with a brief case of examination questions tp conduct the tests. COUNTY U. S. W. MEETS Cresco--The Howard county meeting of the U. S. W. held at Saratoga Friday afternoon was attended by a large crowd. Third District President Mrs. E. T. LU- ley of Mason City spoke on organization. County President Mrs. may authorize, sometime after the summer flush production season, an increase in the present 10 cents a pound butt erf at payment, a spokesman said. He said no increase in butter prices is contemplated and none could be authorized under the hold-the-line policy. He said any change in the program is contingent upon congressional approval. The whole government subsidy picture now is being studied by congress. The spokesman said the industry committee's request for a 6 cent a pound jump in wholesale butter prices was too drastic, and would upset the war dairy production program and result in decreased output ot some products. He did not completely rule out some increase in wholesale prices, however. This probably would be absorbed by an increase in the reconstruction finance corporation's rollback butter subsidy to dairymen. South Dakota and Kansas, the FBI said. He has been identified as the bandit who held burning newspapers to the feet and legs of a 72 year old Iowa resident to ascertain the hiding place ot money. The victim died a week later. Since the series of robberies Denning has never been seen again, leading some officials to believing he had either died or been killed. The FBI says he might possibly be accompanied by Evelyn Hurt, who it describes as his paramour. The Superior bank robbers obtained approximately $8,089 and took 3 employes with them as hostages, releasing them about one mile from the town. Thomas B. Limerick, Earl Keelin;, Francis Virgil Harper and Denning were identified ai the robbers. At the close of business for 1944 approximately 70,000,000 Americans owned insurance policies valued at 148 billion dollars. R. Greenleaf meeting. presided over the Inma'es o£ federal prisons produced more than $17,000,000 worth of manufactured and processed goods during the fiscal year of 1944. Ninety per cent of the goods was consumed by the armed services and war agencies o£ the government. Harper was Lexington, Ky., apprehended at on Dec, 3, 1943. An indictment was returned against Harper, Denning and Limerick. Keeling died Dec. 1, 1943, from wounds received during a gun battle with officers at Kinney, Nebr. Harper pleaded guilty (o a robbery charge and was sentenced to 15 years at Leavenworth. Three bandits netted 23,105 In the De Lay National bank robbery at Norfolk. DEACMCWH-ARE BOUUEVARP WOUVES EYES Of=TEN BLACK ANP SkUB f BJ.c. He.L.wvooc VEAR NCWkH- ir Al.1. THE BlRPS HOPi. WHY DOES A JAYWALK? B.L BAsroM - Ewie R... Dt-AK NOAH* HOW MANY PAYS CHC THE BA.TTVE OF BUM-RUNT. I.

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