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Volunteer Blood Donors Service for Austin Promoted in Lecture Before YMBL Luncheon An appeal for more blood donors to join the Austin volunteer blood donors service to help save lives of Austin people who may become victims of accidents or serious illnesses was made before the Young Men's Business league Friday noon by Ken Shoudy, who conceived the idea of forming an association to make whole blood available when needed at local hospitals. Shoudy told the story of how 110 Austin people came to the hospital where his wife was critically ill S-Sgts. Corden L. Harrison, 305 East Eighth, and John L. Prado III, 1115 East Eighth, and Pfc. George A. Randolph Jr.. 809 Poplar, are returning home this week on rotation furlough. Harrison and Prado are members of the 15th AAF each having made 35 sorties during 10 months service in the Mediterranean theater. Randolph has served with the infantry for the past seven months in the European theater. Thomas D. Vaughan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vaughan of Bertram, has been promoted to the rank of first lieutenant while serving at an Eighth Air Force aerial reconnaissance station, in England. Lt. Vaughan is a pilot for a photo reconnaissance squadron whose pictures provide the Allied high command with much of the information required to show just when and where to strike the . blow at the enemy. Prior to entering the army the flier was a student at the University of Texas. Wooten L. Young, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Young, 507 Terrace drive, has been promoted to technical sergeant while serving as engineer and top turret gunner on a Flying Fortress In the Eighth air force. A graduate of St. Edwards high school, the sergeant was a student at St. Edward- university prior to entering the AAF in May, 1943. Second Lt. Alan Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson, 1501 East First, was with a regiment of the famed 27th Infantry division In its initial assault on an Island of the Rvukyu group, 325 miles from the Japanese mainland. Prior to this operation, Lt. Johnson participated with hi organization in the conquest of Eniwetok in the Marshall islands. A platoon leader, Lt. Johnson entered the army in August, 1942, and has served 24 months overseas duty. His wife, Mrs. Dixie Johnson, lives in Waco. Sgt Lester H. Starnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Starnes of Round Rock, is serving as equip- (USD Try This Prompt Medicated Relief! lor Telievingexternallycaused rash, pimples, itch. Cuticural Used by many nurses, aome hospitals. Satisfaction guaranteed, or maker wilt refund money. At all druggists. dlHIdlhEVMdMH Decorated COCOANUT CHOCOLATE SILVER GOLD RUM GOOD CAKE DOUGHNUTS Always a delicious treat afternoon snack. Those who read the May issue of Reader's Digest the article entitled Our Waily Bread. We want you to know that for 21 years the Federal Bakery has specialized in variety of home made bread. OREADS Swedish Rye Bread Salt Rising French Twist Plain French Potatoe Bread Homemade Bread Loclchart's Federal Battery 811 CONGRESS and offered to donate a pint of blood to save her and how finally 17 persons had the proper type for the transfusion. The speaker asserted that the new volunteer service is designed to make whole blood instantly available in an emergency and to eliminate confusion by calling on persons having a certain type of blood to give their assistance when needed. He said this will be accomplished by having blood typed and keeping a card file of donors ment foreman with an airborne engineer aviation battalion in Europe. The organization to which he Is assigned is responsible for the construction and maintenance of landing strips throughout the United Kingdom, France, Belgium and Holland. , His wife is living in Leander. Sgt Starnes enlisted in June, 1942, and has been overseas 20 months. Four Central Texans are members of the 339th field artillery battalion of the Fifth army which has been pouring steel into German targets in Italy's Po Valley since last October. They are Corp. J. A. Garner, driver, son of Mns. Stella C. Garner, Kampner; Pfc. Raymond E. Browning, son of Mrs. Lena D. Browning, Lometa; Corp. Willie J. Macik, son of John Macik, Lyons; and Corp. Thomas V. Aloerson, driver, son of Thomas Alderson, Marble Falls. Austin Infantryman Missing In Action Pfc. Henry C. Vasterling, son of Mrs. Gussie Vasterling of Austin, has been missing in action in Germany since April 13, the war department has notified his mother. He was with the 83rd division. Pfc. Vasterling recently was awarded the combat infantryman's badge. Mayo Met hot's Illness Delays Bogart Wedding LAS VEGAS, Nev., May 4 (INS) Humphrey Bogart's prospective marriage to Lauren Bacall faced a delay Friday when Mayo Methot, the star's wife, was stricken ill in Las Vegas, where she is scheduled to get a divorce. Miss Methot was scheduled to secure a decree Friday, but instead was confined to a hotel with a strep throat. Attending physicians said she probably would not appear in court until late next week. Bogart and Miss Bacall planned to be married soon after the divorce is granted. Ban on Congratulatory Telegrams Is Relaxed WASHINGTON, May 4. (JP) Prohibition on domestic telegrams of congratulation and felicitation was relaxed Friday to permit the sending of such messages to or by members of the armed forces stationed in this country. There has been no ban on these messages internationally. In relaxing the ban, the board of war communications said there is a .need for this type of service for hospitalized and returning veterans. Cakes fot Walk er 6 Iced with white or pastel colors. PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY NUTRITIOUS for breakfast or an PHONE 8-3461 arranged according to types of blood they have. He explained there are four numbered types of blood. Following his talk to the league, Shoudy stated that nurses of the Texas state health department, which is sponsoring the new whole blood bank, will be at the Austin Chamber of Commerce next Wednesday from 12 noon to 3 p. m. to type the blood of donors, who are willing to donate a pint of blood when the occasion arises. . Shoudy said in his after-dinner statement there are now about 170 members of the blood donor service and that at least 250 are needed to meet the demands for blood donations that are now coming in from physicians and hospitals here. The speaker told the league it is hoped to make the service, started here in Austin, a statewide service so that whole blood will be available in every city, town and village in Texas when needed to save a life. Dr. S. W. Bohls of the state laboratory supplemented Shoudy's talk, stating that several states Massachusetts and Michigan already have appropriations for blood donor service on a statewide basis and that California and Iowa have made provision for a statewide service. At the close of the luncheon, two nurses. Miss Martha Chilton and Miss Margaret Cammack of the state health department, took samples of blood of a number of YMBL members which is to be typed for the whole blood bank. Pres. T. N. Porter announced that the campaign for patrons to the Sunshine camp, a YMBL sponsored project, will end officially next Friday noon, but that patrons' contributions will be accepted after that date. Frank Wilson, business manager of the camp, said plans have been started to place the Sunshine camp building in readiness for the six weeks camp which will open in June. He announced children recommended for. admission to the camp will be given Dhvsical exam inations next week and from that list 44 will be named as campers. May 7 to 13 Designated Youth Welfare Week Mayor Tom Miller Friday signed a proclamation designating the week of May 7 to 13 as Vocational Guidance and Youth Welfare week, to coincide with a National Family week. The proclamation was signed at the request of the Kiwanis club Vocational Guidance and Youth Welfare committee with W. C. Raines as chairman. Other members of the committee are Dr. I. I. Nelson, vice chairman; Dr. Edmund Heinsohn, Dr. Cleveland, Mexican Consul Luis Duplan, Dr. Charles Gardiner, Dean W. F. Gid-ley, Dr. R. L. Kennedy, J. E. Proctor, Ben Lockhart, Richard S. Martin, Dr. R. S. Ramsdell, Calvin Reeves, Frank Rundell, Charles L. Sandahl, J. B. Watkins and Ed Westling. - ILL IN HOSPITAL Charles E. McMordie, 108 East 30th street, is ill at Brackenridge hospital, being treated for pneumonia. Co urt house Records 8JRD DISTRICT COURT (Gardner, Judge) Humble Oil and Refining company s. Railroad commission, et al., for Rule. 16 injunction : on trial before a jury. Albert Johnson va. Dora D. Johnson, for divorce : filed. Louisa Banda vs. Anesimo Banda, for divorce; filed. 8TH DISTRICT COURT (Moore, Judge) , R. L. Belt vi. Ella Wells Belt, for divorce ; filed. Robert Sampson va. L. V. Sampson, for divorce : filed. Madelcn Kutocher vs. Joseph T. Kut-scher, for divorce ; granted. Willie White vs. Ermine H. WhiU, for divorce ; plaintiff granted divorce and custody of minor child, James Henry White. 12.TH DISTRICT COURT (Archer, Judge) Hulbert Carpenter vs. Monroe t,. Rob-bins, et al., for foreclosure of vendor's lien and for cancellation of lease ; filed. State of Texas et al vs. Triangle Cab company. Inc., for TUCC contributions; men. Mamie Berry vs. Charlie Berry, for annulment; granted. Mijdred B. Fails vs. Robert F. Falls, for divorce; filed. John P. Shaw vs. Modern I.tfe Insurance company, on contract and for debt ; filed. Louise Elliott vs. Clyde Elliott, for divorce: filed. Margaret Smith finley et at vs. Virgle M. Green, to adjudicate title to motor vehicle ; filed. Rhoda Ellen ony vs. Alexander P. Looney, for divorce; granted. The following divorce cases were dismissed because of want of prosecution : R. Blanton va. N. Blanton, Maurine Garrett vs. E. L. Garrett, and Antonia Gamboa vs. David Gamboa. Arthur Caro vs. Jessie Mae Caro, for divorce; plaintiff granted divorce and custody of minor children. Unice Evelyn Caro and Arthur Caro, Jr., awarded to defendant. R. C. Auxier vs. Norma Bell 'Auxier, for divorce ; plaintiff granted divorce and custody of minor child, Daisy Dean Auxier, awarded to defendant. COUNTY COURT-AT-LAW (Doom, Judge) State of Texas vs. Tom tstm, charged with thefts filed. L. Lano Barron vs. R. R. Harrison, on forcible detainer; filed. Henry Wendlandt. va. William J. Nathan, on note and foreclosure of mortgage lien ; filed. W. H. Bowles vs. Eugene Ronntree. on debt and foreclosure of mechanic' lien ; filed. JU3TICE OF THE PEACE COURT (Thurman, Justice) State of Texas vs. Willie Clark, charged with operating motor vehicle without operator's license : defendant fined f 1 and costs on plea of guilty. State of Texas vs. Roy Wilson, charged with operating motor vehicle without valid operator's license ; filed. State of Texas vs. Dorothy Buck alias Betty Williams alias Dorothy Batts. charged with forgery and passing forged instrument ; filed. BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED (Eckert. Inspector) Alfredo Montana, rorrugated Iron garage, 2517 East Fourth street, 120. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED (Miss Emilie Limberg, county clerk) Howard . M. Allred and Audrey J. Emery. Pete Gonzales and Angelita Abeita. Weldo Herbert and Alva Lee Bell. Joe Briones and Rosie Maya. S. J. Sowell and Marvia Jeanne Harrington. J. R. Kindred and Bernice M. Fridel. B RYDSO LUMBER CO. TOMATO STAKES .Saturday, May 3, 1945 THE Farm Bureau Gives Support To Tariff Reduction Reciprocal Trade Is Claimed Needed For Prosperous FarmirTg WASHINGTON, May 4. (vP) Emphasizing a rift In organized agriculture, the American Farm Bureau Federation Friday threw its support behind an administration request for new authority to trim tariffs in trade agreements. Previously, representatives of an organization of state agriculture commissioners had asked congress to reject a bill intended to grant the additional power. The farm bureau federation, claiming membership of 830,000 farm families, told the house ways and means committee legislation extending the reciprocal trade act for three years, with more duty reducing power, is needed to maintain a prosperous postwar agriculture. , R. E. Short, president of the Arkansas farm bureau, denied opposition claims that the reciprocal trade program had been injurious to agriculture. He appeared for Edward A. O'Neal, president of the national federation now acting as consultant at the San Francisco United Nations conference. Ways and means republicans are aligned solidly against the legislation, in the biggest inter-party tariff battle since the Hawley-Smoot act was written in 1930 during the last republican administration. "The United Nations organization, the Bretton Woods monetary plans and the international food and agriculture organization," Short said, "are all very fine and important to international cooperation, but unless wc trade with the other nations of the world it will be difficult to maintain satisfactory international relations." Civic Leader At San Angelo Dies SAN ANGELO. May 4. (P) J. Culberson Deal, 51, manager of the San Angelo board of city development for the last 15 years, was found dead at noon Friday in a ravine 18 miles north of San Angelo. . He had been shot with a revolver. His car was nearby. Close acquaintances said Deal had been ill and melancholy over criticism of the board of city development culminating in petitions making mandatory the calling of an election on proposed abolition of the tax-supported board. The petitioners proposed a senior chamber of commerce to replace the BCD. V Deal had contributed notably to securing government approval of a dam on the north Concho river for irrigation and flood protection for San Angelo, the establishment here of two army flying schools and fish hatcheries, and management of the San Angelo Fat Stock Show and Rodeo. He was widely known in military circles and in Washington, D. C. Deal was chairman of several war loan campaigns, served two terms as city commissioner in the 1920s, and was a veteran of World War I. His widow and two sons, Capt. J. Culberson Deal, Jr., of the army and Ens. Lanham Deal of the navy, survive. East Texas Drilling Contractor Succumbs HENDERSON. May 4. (UP) A heart attack Friday proved fatal for R. A. Underdown, 45, a prominent drilling contractor residing at Joinerville. A native of Springfield, Mo., he came to East Texas from Wichita Falls. Profit-Taking Halts Grain Price Rise CHICAGO. May 4. (AP) Profit canning stalled a sharp rise in grain prices and at the finish most of the futures list was within minor fractions of Thursday'a elos-ing quotations. Mira Initial niintntiofis were highs for the session. Wheat gained as much as VA centa at the start and rye opened as much as 1 higher. At .u- u rhf wa V lower to U higher than Thursday's close. May S1.75. Corn was unchanged to tip -Vi, way i.io. Oats were down hi to . May .65. Wheat: High Low Close May 1.7i fHfft H? July 1.65 1.60 1.60 1.65 Sept Dee 1.60 1.60 1.1S 1.124 1.11 1.08 .65 .60 .57 .67 Corn s May 1.16 MS 1.11 1.08 1.16 1.1 2 'A 1.1 US 1.08 .65 .no '4 .M .67 July Sept Dee ........... , Mav .Wk ; 1 S S7 68 July Sept Dee FORT WORTH GRAIN irnuT worth. Mav 4. (KV Wheat No 1 hard t.76ll.83. Farley No Z ll.nofli.o. Sorehums ntr 100 lba No 2 yellow milo tl.S7SJl.92. No 2 white kafir Sl.K5Wl.sn. rwn Mo a white ti.iaurai.aiU : No 2 yellow $1.26rd 1.27. Oats No 3 red 70(&7Ze. KANSAS CITT GRAIN KANSAS CITY. May 4. (API Wheat 136 ears, unchanged at the ceiling; No 2 dark and hard $1.66; No 2 red 1.70(S! 1.734N. May $1.63; July 11.55; Sept $1.52. Corn 141 cars, unchanged: No 2 white $1.12ffM.ia; No 2 yellow $1.101.11 ; May $1.09: July $1.07. Oafs none: 1-2 higher: No Z white 67 N. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO. May -4. (API No cash wheat sales. Corn: 3 yellow $1.15: sample grade yellow $1.08(g;1.10 ; sample grade white $1.07. No oat sales. DOW JONES CLOSING AVERAGES Rails 56.32 up .10 Inds 166.27 up .35 Utilities .30.90 up .14 FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES NEW YORK, May 4. (AP Foreign exchange rates follow (Great Britain in dollars, others in cental : Canadian dollar in New York open mar ket 9 3-16 per cent discount or 90.81 US cents, unchanged. Europe: Great Britain official buying $4.02. selling $4.04. AUSTIN AMERICAN Stocks- Aircrafts Rally On War Reports NEW YORK. May 4. (AP) Long-depressed aircraft ralied In Friday's stock market and ashorted peace-rated issues enjoyed a last-minute upswing as Gen. Eisenhower announced widespread surrenders in Europe which spelled all-out victory to Wall street. While gains of 1 to better than 8 points were well distributed at the close there were a few wider jumpers losers were plentiful. Transfers of 1.410,00 shares compared with 1,330,000 Thursday. The Associated Press 60-stock average was up .1 of a point at 65.2, equalling the recent peak since Aug. 31. 1937. Of 947 issues appearing. 475 were gains against 472 down or changed. Prominent on the upside were Douglas Aircraft. Lockheed. Grumman, Eastern Airlines, American Airlines, Chrysler, International Harvester, duPont and Johns-Manvllle. On the declining end were Sears Roebuck, Youngstown Sheet, Republic Steel, Western Union "A". Goodyear. Allied Chemical, American Smelting, Kennecott and Woolworth. Secondary railway bonds Improved. By M. L. P. F. 4 B. A High Low Close Alleghanv-Ludlum Steel. 83 82 83 Allied Stores 28 27 28 American Airlines 68 66 67 American Super Power . American Stores 21 21 21 American Tel. A Tel. ..165 165 165 American Woolen Mills . 10 10 10 Anaconda Copper 33 33 33 Atch-Top. S. Fe Ry... 95 95 95 Aviation Corporation .. 6 6 6 Allen Industries 17 17 7 American Rolling Mills . 19 19 19 American Viscose ...... (1 60 fit B Burma 1 1 1 Baldwin Loco. Ctfs 29 28 29 Barnsdall Oil 24 24 24 Bethlehem Steel 80 80 80 Blaw-Knox 16 15 15 Borden Company 87 87 37 Braniff Airways 20 20 20 Briggs Mfg. Co 41 41 41 Burroughs Add. Mach. . 14 14 14 Budd Mfg. Co 12 12 12 Budd Wheel 16 15 16 Butler Bros. 17 17 17 C Calahan Zinc ft Lead .. 1 1 1 Catalin Corporation . ... 8 8 8 Celotex 16 16 16 Celanese 60 60 50 Ches. Ohio Ry 61 61 61 Chrysler Corp 116 113 115 Cons.-F,dison 29 29 20 Coca-Cola 140 139 139 Continental Motors .... 11 10 11 Continental Oil 84 84 84 Crucible Steel 45 44 45 Curtiss-Wright 6 6 6 Calif. Packing 83 S2 33 D Dome Mines. Ltd 24 24 24 Doehler-Jarvi 24 24 24 Eastern Airlines 67 66 67 Katon Mfg 60 60 60 Elec. Bond ft Share .... 13 12 13 F Freeport Sulphur 41 41 41 Fruehauf Trailer ....... 49 48 49 Gen'l Gas ft Elec. A ... 4 4 4 General Electric 44 43 43 General Motors 70 69 70 Gen'l Printing Ink 10 10 10 Gen'l Tire & Rubber ... 80 80 80 Gillette Safety Razor ... 15 14 15 Goodrich Tire 61 60 60 Goodyear Tire 67 66 66 Graham-Paige Motors .. 7 7 7 Greyhound 27 26 27 Gulf Oil 55 64 65 General Food 42 42 42 H Hays Industries 11 11 11 Hayes Mfg. Co. 7 7 7 Houston Oil 17 17 17 Humble Oil 47 47 47 Hupp Motors 4 4 4 Houdaille Hershey "B".. 2278 22 22 Int'l Harvester 89 88 89 Int'l Minerals 23 22 23 Int'l Nickel 83 83 83 Int'l Tel. 4b Tel 30 29 30 K Kalamazoo Stove .. 27 27 27 S. H. Kress 40 89 40 Kan. City Souy. Ry. .... 21 21 21 Kennecott Copper 88 88 88 Libbey.McNeiNLibbey .. 8 8 8 Lockheed 23 22 28 - M Marshall Field 23 23 23 Montgomery Ward ..... 61 60 61 Motor Wheel 26 25 25 Mo Kan. Texas Ry. 7 7 7 N Nafl Auto Fibers 11 11 11 Nafl Gypsum 17 16 17 Nash-Kelvinator 22 ' 21 21 North-Am. Aviation .... 10 9 10 O Ohio Oil 19 19 19 Otis Elevator ...27 27 27 F Pantepee Oil 12 12 12 Packard Motors 7 6 6 Pan-Am. Airway 21 20 21 Pan. Prod. Refg 6 5 6 Phelps-Dodge 28 27 28 Phillips Pet 64 58 53 Phllco Corporation ..... 88 36 38 Pepsi-Cola 23 23 23 J. C. Peney 116 115 116 Pure Oil 20 20 20 Pullman Company 64 63 64 Purity Bakeries 26 26 26 R Radio Corporation 12 11 12 Republic Steel 26 26 26 Reynolds Tob. "B" 84 33 33 Rustless Iron ft Steel ..20 20 20 S , Sears-Roebuck 107 106 106 Servel. Ir.c. ........... 21 21 21 Stewart-Warner 21 21 21 Standard Brands 86 85 35 Simmons Company 40 39 89 Sinclair Oil 17 16 17 Speigel, Ine 16 16 16 Sperry Corporation .... 80 29 80 Socony-Vacuum ., 17 16 17 8unray Oil 6 6 6 Sou. Pae. Ry 45 45 45 Stud-baker Corp. 29 29 29 Southern Ry 46 45 46 Std. Oil of Calif 44 44 44 Std. Oil of Ind 88 88 38 Std. Oil of N. J 64 64 64 Safeway Stores 22 22 22 T Texas Company B6 84 64 Texas Gulf Prod 8 8 8 Tex. Pac. Coal ft Oil ... 22 22 22 Tidewater Oil 19 19 19 Thermoid Co 10 10 10 Timken-Detfoit. Axle ...39 39 39 U United Airlines 88 87 88 United Aircraft 80 29 29 United Corporation .... 1 1 1 United Wallpaper 4 4 4 Union Bag ft Paper ... 17 16 16 US Rubber 69 68 69 US Steel 68 67 68 W Warner Bros 14 14 14 Western Union A 46 45 46 Woolworth 45 45 45 Willys-Overland 24 23 23 Prices LOCKHART HOT BARBECUED SAUSAGE . Every Day Beatty's N.A.P. llth and East Ave. WE ARE OPEN SUNDAYS Page 3- Gliirrob, Unchanged Uncertainties Keep Lint Trade Narrow N7W YORK, May1 4. (AP) Uncertainties over the war situation in Europe and lack of developments on price control legislation restricted trading In the cotton futures market Friday. Light mill buying and covering was offset by hedging and liquidation with prices moving in a narrow range. Spain accepted offers on 23,600 bales of cotton for May-June shipment, it was reported in the trade. A closing flurry of mill and local buying rallied prices into new high levels for the day. Futures closed 10 to 40 cents a bale higher.. High Low Close May' 22.94 22.90 22.94 - July 2.76 22.71 22.7576 October 22.20 22.11 22.20 December ....... 22.06 22.00 22.06 March 21.97 21.93 21.98N Middling spot 23.23N. N nominal. NEW ORLEANS FUTURES NEW ORLEANS. May 4. (An Cotton futures advanced here Friday on week-end short covering. The market closed very steady, 20 tn 30 centa a bale higher. High Low Close May . , July .. Oct . . , Dec ... March . B-bid. , 22.94 , 22.73 . 22.16 , 22.03 . 21.97 22.91 22.70 22.10 21.98 21.90 22.94B 22.73 22.16 22.04B 21.96B Port Movement NEW ORLEANS, cotton table: May 4. (AD- -Daily Mdlar Rets Sale 22.35 1,015 442 22.39 800 603 22.42 1,559 2,668 22.61 22.75 23"23 !!!!'. !!!!! Stocks 231,877 739.284 675.893 43.617 66.952 1.661 8,339 753 172.879 New Orleans. Galveston. . . .. Houston Savannah Charleston. . . . Norfolk New York.... Boston Minor Forts. , Total 3.374 8,633 1,931,245 Total receipts for week 42.914 2,245,445 Total reclpts for season Interior Movement Mdlg Rets Shps 22.45 ... . Sales Stocks Memphis 12,169 825 242.481 419 83,818 807 420 14,640 326,299 Augusta.. 22.85 Little Rock 22.45 Dallas.... 22.35 Montgmry 22.50 Total 1,298 887 424 1,722 887 GALVESTON SPOT COTTON GALVESTON, May 4. (AP) Spot cotton closed steady, 4 up. Good ordinary 16.14: strict good ordinary 17.14; low middling 18.39; strict low middling 20.99; middling 22.39; strict middling 22.69: good middling 22.79: strict good middling 22.79; middling fair 22.79. Sales spots 3; FOB 600. AVERAGE SPOT COTTON NEW ORLEANS. May 4. (AP) The average price of middling -inch cotton Friday at 10 designated southern spot markets waa 20 cents a bale higher at 22.51 cents a pound (new season high); average for the past SO market days 22.00; middling -inch average 21.23. NEW YORK WOOL NEW YORK, May 4. (AP) Certificated wool spot 96.6N. Wool tops futures closed .2 to .4 of a cent lower. Oct 127.4B; Dec 125.8B. Certificated spot wool tops 134. ON. B Bid : N Nominal. , White Motors $1 York Corporation 17 Y'ngst'wn Sheet ft Tube. 60 Z Zenith Radio 41 81 11 17 47 17 60 89 40 NATIONALLY FLOUR GOLD MEDAL 25 Lb. Sack . . LIBBY'S DEEP BROWIT BEANS 16c LIBBY'S GREEN LIMA MRS. RAGSDALE'S MAYONNAISE LIBBY'S . BABY FOODS 8C ALL KINDS EGG NOODLES 5 Oz. Cello Bag 9c SY.BUP BUD CRYSTAL CRISCO DESSERT POVBER JTCJNKEfl OLIVES STUFFED IHIILEJI DLEACM n " v. BABY'S PURE, MILD NATIONAL BABYJIiiltX ) FOR BABY'S CLOTHES T mm Cotton Hogs Active, Cattle Steady SAN ANTONIO. May 4.' (AP) (Federal-State Market News) Hogs 800 ! active, steady ; bulk receipts sold to arrive : top $14.65 for good and choice 170-800 lb. J 140-160 lb. $14.2614.40 ; sows mostly $13.80 ; stags $13.00 ; medium and good 90-120 lb. feeder pigs $13.7514.25. Cattle 200, calves 200 ; small supplies all classes steady; load good 992 lb. steers sold to arrive $14.75 ; few lots common and medium $10.60(12.60 ; medium cowst $10.001L75 ; common $8.759.75; cutter and common light weight bulls $8.009.25; medium calves $11.6018.00 ; common stocker yearlings and steers $11.00(g)11.60. Sheep 4,100. Including 400 goats ; steady to 26 lower; load lots good and choice No. 2 pelt old crop lambs $13.25; medium and good $11.75: fed medium wethers $6.60 1 goats scarce, quotable steady. FORT WORTH LIVESTOCK FORT WORTH. May 4. (AP) Cattle 500 ; calves 160 : ateady to weak ; common and medium steers and yearlinga $10.00 fa 14. 00: good yearlings $14.25; beef cows t9.00fi; 11.60; beef bulls $10.75:12.25; good fat calves $13.00(14.00; good stocker calves and yearlings $14.00. Hogs 500; active; all 160-lb and up good and choice animals $14.65; sows $13.80; stocker pigs $14.75(315.00. Sheep 10,500 ; good spring lambs $14.50 : common apringers $12.00; good and choice shorn lambs with No 1 and No 2 pelts $14.0014.26; common and medium 'shorn Jamba $11.5013.25 ; medium and good shorn ewes $6.60 ; cull sorts $5.00. is no time Come in Today Eye Examined by Dr. G. W. Payne Registered Optometrist OFFICE AT THIS ggfLJ' SEVEN COMPLETE FOO0 MA Q1I BITS 2230 EAST FIRST 1519 EAST FIRST 513 EAST SIXTH 1101 WEST FIFTH 1700 SO. CONGRESS 1013 EAST AVENUE . RUSH'S FOOD MARKET MARBLE FALLS. TEXAS ADVERTISED PRODUCTS 1.35 BEANS Nc,f, 22c 35c Pints 14 Oz. Bottle WHITE Vt LB. JAR Tomato Catchup m uaigc uJA CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, May 4. (AP)-(WFA) Hogs S.OOOt fully ateady grod and ahaissj barrows and gilU 140-lb. up at 14.7$ sailing good and choice aowa 14.00. Cattle 1.600; calves 600; stem and heifers steady; steers 18.60(ft 16.50 ; hetfera 13.00Qjil6.00 ; best mixed offerings 16.60: bulk decline beef cows 9.75(813.00; beef bulls steady, 12.761S.75 ; vealers steady 16.00 down; stock cattle 13.60Q15.50. Sheep 4,000 ; Iambs strong : 6 load good to choice fed wooled westerns topped at 16.85 ; load lota mixed medium to choice wooled lambs 15.7616.25 ; aheep nominally steady; few wooled native ewes 9.60 down. NEW YORK CURB NEW YORK. May 4. (AP) Stocks aa-tlva on the curb Friday! Sales In 100's High Low CI nee Amer Cyan li IS 42 41 Ark Nat Gaa A ....126 6 6 Cities Service ......107 214 214 El Bond ft Sh .......872 13 12 18 Humble Oil 4 47 47 47 Lone Star Gaa 12 1$ 12 U NEW YORK BONDS ATSF 4a 95 .........1J2 CMSTP 4s 89 112 111 Cen 4s 66 88 MKT 6s 62 A 62 Nor Pae 6s 2047 108 Penn RR 8s 62 105 STLSF 4s 78 7 Sou Pac 4s 68 97 Tex Corp 8s 69 ,.i 106 West Union 6s 60 107 MOTHER'S DAY Remember Her With Flowers 1? ,olf 1406 Lavaca rVhere Orchid Are Grown Day Phone 8-1147 Nljfht 2-3843 :,;Av.;::;;jvy.; V - for mistakes Faulty vision can eanse expen-slve mistakes . . . errors In read ing blue-prints or micrometers. If yon have the least doubt about your eyes, come In for examination. . . . We prescribe Classes only If they are needed. MB QewtieAA 1 CONGRESS MOW! Tripla-nich ft) ViteminD 400-UMT PET MILK We Will Accept Doctor's Certificates for Infant Feeding. LIBBY'S SAUERKRAUT Z 1'kgs. 12's Reg. 2 for . . . . . 43c K 0 T E 31 28 Oz. Jar 20c 17c 68c 10c 47c 15c 3 LB. 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