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VIEW FACING SOUTH—This is the view motorists will see when they drive up to the new Mason City Municipal Airport terminal. A large metal canopy extends out to the sidewalk from the terminal building. The wall construction is precast concrete and gray glare-resistant glass. The adjacent building to the west (left), the FAA building, and to the cast (right), Aire-0-Room Restaurant, are of huff brick exterior. American grain farmers facing many new troubles By SAM DAWSON AP Businau News Analyst NEW. YORK (AP) — American grain farmers may be facing new troubles abroad as well as the aftermath of a severe drought at home. The six nations of the European Common Market have reached a peace pact after long battles over grain prices in their lands. For Americans the end result may be that the French will grow more grain to get the higher prices agreed upon. This could cut into the $400 million-a- yoar market the United Stales has enjoyed in the Market countries. Common Stock market continues in big rally MOW YORK (AP)—The stock mrirket kept its advance rolling Intc Thursday afternoon. Volume for Ihe dny was osli- miiled at 4.7 million shares, compared with 4.03 million Wednesday. Transactions in Comsfit were halted twice because of an ac- cuimilntion of orders. The New York Stock Exchange put Com- sat on a cash basis Tuesday. When Irnding resumed after (lie second halt, Comsat was off 6VK. The loss deepened Inter. The two-day rally apparently was based on favorable business news, Heads of several major companies predicted continued growth in 1S1G5 nnd nuto- innbllc and steel production krpt moving at a record pnco Holt, Hinchnrt, which openci on n block o( 125,000 shares seemed likely to be the day 1 ! most active fllock. It wns o! about. hnU n point. Hnmswii'k also was very ,'ic live and up nrouml hnlf n point. Slot-Is were in Ihe forefront of tho rally, .lones & Lnughlin ad- vnnced about n j)oint nnd a half and U.S. Steel was up nearly n point. General Motors, Kord and Chrysler advanced about half point. Xerox spurted more Ihan 5 points. Prices were mixed in moderate Iradinu on the American Stoi-k Kxchanfji 1 . Corporate and Treasury bonds were mixed. They alto will have a common tariff against grain imports that can further hamper American shipments which otherwise would have lower price tags than those lhat European farmers arc gunnir.tocd. The weather lhat has plagued some American farm areas is reported to have been much kinder to both Soviet and Red Chinese urain growers. Their harvests are reported large, and perhaps even .sufficient for home demands. The big market n these Communist lands that he United States and Canada hared this year may disappear n 1%5. This would further con- long list of goods and services and investments and foreign aid than are returned in payment or America's products. The best way to keep this de- cit within bounds is to increase ie size of American exports. 'his is a prime goal of U.S. gov- rnment policy. Everything that cuts into our xports, or .shrinks our markets, racl Die world outlets American surplus grain. for For American business in .jeneral there is further evi- ence in the. Common Market -irain pact lhat a new era of iso- ntionism may he building up broad. The Hriti.sh have slapped a 15 er cent surcharge on most of s imports as part of its battle o protect Ihe Americans pound sterling. selling their (Thursday's Market) SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)-(USDA) — Cattle 3,500; calves 1,000; steers and heifer.-, fairly active; steady to strong, I'xlrL'iiH-s 2~> higher; choice !). r >0- J.200 11) steers 22.50-23,00; choice SiilM.OOO Ib heifers 21.25-22.50. Ilog.s 7,500; v (> r y netive; biik-hers fully 25 higher, most U.S. t and 2 200-240 Ihs 10.00; sows strong to 25 higher, U.S. 1-3 :>7<I-(>IMI Ibs 12.75-13.25. Sheep 1,500; active; fully steady; high choice and prime 104 II) wonloii lambs 21.1)0. OVER-THE-COUNTER Courtesy of T. C. Henderson Co. rodncls in Britain aro hit by 10. import tariff nnd also by Irilish domestic tax increases irricd nt cutting down consutn- r and business .spending, cspc- ially for foreign goods. All Americans have some take in all of these inlcrnation- ,1 trade jugglings. Thife i.s he- :nuse the United Slntes also ha? i balance of payments doficil hat has to be managed careful y to ovoid weakening the stand ng of the dollar. The deficit comet from more dollars being sent abroad for i Hew York stocks NEW YORK (AP) — La t stock quotations Thursday: Allied Cli 521/4 In El L&P — AlliedStrs 73% Iowa III G — Am Can 42% In. P&L — AmChain 59W K C P&L 4(i=V AmCrysS 17 Kcn'cott 01V Amlloine fi4V H Krsge. SS 50=) Am Mot AmSmcll '\m Sid AmSugar Am T&T Am Tob Anncondn Armour Atchlson All Refin Rent Fds RcndixAv Heth Sll (>7-'x 33' Loll Prt Cm Loch Air 34 7 / M nil in 18 Maying 41 Mont Wrd 3fl Worrell 30 7 / Nil Dairy 811 Nat Gyp 401 NYCenl N Nnt -I (IV (iO 1 Ho'ng Air 7(V"*i Horden 78'i Brims wik H'n 17' i I'lll'H I!)'., 17' Chrysler Coll'in.sKa Con Ktlis CornProd Curtis Wr Deere 44 •' dul'onl 22V< East Kod 136 Ellra C!p :!!)' Fairmont 23'• Ford Mot 54 = Gm bio Sk 3ii= den Klec Gen h'ds Wl'i Bid Blue Hibnori Hoof Clinlnn l-lngine . . Dial Finance .... Kxt'H Invest Fisher (Inv (irealer Iowa . . . . C nurds man !ns. llubinger Co. Iowa TU'cf Pack. . Iowa Bus. Jnv. Iowa Puh. Serv. . Iowa .South. Util. . Life Investors , N. W. .States Tlicrmogas Ask :in 22* IK -I lit West S IU 7 •>•>!. 413 ^"jUorslu-y !' " Ilomc'.slk ,;!; H "1 Cent I HIM lint llarv 76" :!:!| 4 ;lnt Resist 13* •.;;; "jint Sail I;H "-.,,! InlT&T M) ,', 4 i Inters! Pw 31=' U'«' Par 1'ict Penney Pn Hit Pep Coin Phill Pol Pnict C Qiuik O:il Iliuiio Cp Key Tot) Hock Std Siifrw'y Sciir Hob Shi'r'tn Sinctr Oil Socony Sou Pnc Sid Hi-ds S Oil Ind S Oil N.I Slu Pack Simray Swifl Co Tex n r;; Un Kler tin Par llni Air 1, Unil Air I'S Cyp US Huh US Sloe I Viin'd l!p \VU Tt>l Wi-.slu Kl Wilson Wwrlh 50 nakes the irgcr and deficit that much harder to handle. r.2'4 25 ' H',4 57 78' 8H l nd (hat affects Ihe dollar's epulation, domestic interest ates, and the protection of U.S. old reserves. Any Jo.s.s of American farm narkels abroad will hurt by ist that much. Any loss of markets by higher tariffs, permanent or temporary, hurts by ust that much. Thai i.s Amcri- n's stake in the recent deci- ions by Great Britain and by it: Common Market six — ranee, West Germany, Italy, he Netherlands, Belgium and uxembourg. Hog market up 25 cents CHICAGO (AP) — The hog market was active Thursday /ith prices for butchers steady 0 25 cents higher. No. I and 2 grade butchers caling 190-225 pounds brought 10.75 to $17.25. Cattle receipts totaled 800 ,cnd with not enough slaughter teer.s or heifers on hand for 1 test of prices. A few sales were at steady prices. A part oad of mostly good slaughter steers averaging 1,100 pounds wrought $22. * CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— HORS 0,500; butchers steady t 25 higher; 1-2 190-225 Ib 16.75 17.25; mixed 1-3 190 - 230 Ib 16.25-16.75; 230 - 250 Ibs 15.50 16.25; 2-3 250-270 Ibs 15.25-15.75 270-300 Ibs 14.50-15.25; 1-3 350 400 Jb sows 13.00-13.75; 400-45 Ibs 12.50-13.00; 2-3 450-500 Ib 11.75 - 12.50; 500-fiOO Ibs 11.50 12.00. Cattle 800; calves none; few sales a h o u f. steady; half load slaughter steers mostly good around 1,100 Ihs 22.00; standard and good slaughter heifers 18.2521.00. Sheep 400; wooled slaughter lambs and ewes steady; choice and prime 80-100 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 20.50 - 21.00; good and choice 1!).50-20.50. Local livestock IMIONK—.|KM«t:l HOGS—IM-!:UV) CATTLE—tri-iuon _tliilr)irrt «rrlfl>In( 105-280 Ibi. priced .VIHM.V.10 hn«ptl ,m quality n\d conUI- lini. Mrtllumi >nil cull* discounted i •oritlniljr. Them cjuntattonj are (or ills', delivered in Jncnb F,. I)nok«r * *on* pUnl. Local dellTered bo§» »o citplnd until n p.m. MASON CITV — Fnr ThundlT K i i -u it- u B- tl- a— FLOOR PLAN OF NEW TERMINAL BUILDING. TICKET AREA (TOP) IS ON THE NORTH SIDE AND FACES THE FIELD. Cost near $190,000 Offer plans for new terminal Architects plans and drawings or the new Mason City Munici- al Airport terminal Monday afternoon received preliminary approval from the airport commission. Total cost of the struc- ure has been estimated at $190,100. The main terminal, about 89- by-70 feet, will connect the ex- sling Airc-0-Room Restaurant and the Federal Aviation Agency buildings. Both ot the con- nccting buildings have a buff: k exterior and have been built in the last 10 years. Dttcussion at the Monday meeting of the commission centered mainly around relatively minor changes and areas in which alternate bids could be presented. Making the presentation of the plans were Tom Waggoner of Waggoner and Waggoner, architects, Mason City and Kenneth Whitehead, Minneapolis, consulting architect. Both the north and south exteriors of the new terminal are a combination of precast concrete and gray glare-reducing glass. One of the dominating architectural features is several overhanging sunshields about four feet square which not only dominate the architectural theme, but also protect the building from strong sunlight and weather. On the south exterior, where cars drive up to the terminal, an overhanging canopy, 15-by-95 feet extends to the driveway. On the field side, another canopy extends over the entrance and exits. In the exterior design, Waggoner said vertical architecture has been emphasized to -give a feeling of spaciousness. Another -Ml light T.nori 11(1,1 llihu (ilM.,1 11,1,1 11,1,1, Onod light lljhli Cluocl medium welffhU (•noil me ill um tt-elxhln nd inrdluni w<fl|hln <MUK| medium nrlfhU ml mrdlnm wrlffhU «nl mrdhim wrlffhtu (iooil mnlliim Wrl(M» uMl medium wrifhlii iioivrt mrillum wrlihli Good nnw» finoil NIIWII linoil now. tionil BOW* Cloud HUwn (ionil .now* no-mo 12 wi.ioo ix.no UXI.VOfl 14.M «IMI.3ill IS.Oft y,'i>-s:»> ifl.no •J:ii)-!l» n KI '.•10-t.Vl I I.XI ll.K II.'JI sin-sun 11.01 2MII-3tNI U.KI itNi-snn n.m no-soo ia> sim-sso ii.~, sad MO r.'.M JUO-llMI l'i.1 400-I.MI II.- 450-800 ll.V Grain market is unsettled CHICAGO (AP)—The grain futures market was unsettled in quiet trading late Thursday afternoon. Soybeans, wheat and rye were up fractions and feed grains hovered around previous closes. Soybeans were strong early in the session with prices up nearly three cents a bushel on he May delivery but receded rom the day's highs. Trading quieted after the first lour as brokers awaited the final government report Friday w production of soybeans and rains this season. Estimated c a r 1 o t receipts were wheat 3, corn 124, oats 10, larley 22, soybeans 12 and rye none. At the finish soybeans were i to 1% cents n bushel higher, January S2.92-92V*. Wheat was higher to \» lower, December $1,51=^; corn =>» higher to Vt lower, December $1.23Vfe - %; cats U to V< cent higher, De ccniber 70 cents and rye was "V*! to 1 cent n bushel higher, De- cemhcr $ 1.20-14. I.Ot'AI. CATTLE Thf M««.m I ttr f«lllr murkrl w» IfiiHj In -JA rrnu Inwrr Ttmr»i1»7. fi>\ ^wtnf *r* 1'huritil ay'» iiuiitBllnni: STFKRS :u 45". 54 ?7' i'rhuti ... . ffloort ....... I'rlmr ...... Cholrp , , . . r, nod I Com mrrrlftl Prior News of record in Mason City Births At Mercy Hospital Boy Wednesday to Mr. and Wrs. DeWitt Hansen, Route 1, Mason City. Girl Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Foster, 707 S. Jackson. Boy Thvirsday to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rollefson, 1718 N. Pennsylvania. Girl Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Max Peters, 215 N. Madison. Fire calls At 1:56 p. m. Wednesday- Mrs. William Lorentzen, 649 S Polk, became locked out of her home when she stepped outside Baby Tracy, 1 month old, lefi alone inside. Firemen cnterec the house through n rear win dow to open door. At 9:12 p. m. Wednesday— Grain futures CHICAGO (API- Hifill LOW Wheat (new) Prev. Close close rows 1 n. 1 ! 4-11.1M) ;I'«nnrr» and rullrr» MUTUAL FUNDS (Courtesy of Lamson Bros.) lArtrtlllonol itnrh quiit»tlnn< pro Tided I »t I p ni h? 1.«ni»on Brot, Jb Cn. I AllisClial 2(1 Affiliated Fund Broad St. Inves. E&H Bal. Fund E&H Stock Fund Bid 8.8f» 15T.8 I3.15 15.41 Ask ( AmAir 44 r> » !».. r )8j AmCynn (13 1 ,; Hi,115. Armeo fi.S 14.22' HorgWar 4K ; If! r.fi CanPac 50' -i Lorilliird 4J 1 MarnOil BS^ Nal His liO Life Ins. Inve.s. .. <j.9. r > Mass. Invest. Or. . 8.0(1 Mass. Invest. Tr. . 17.07 National Invcs. .. Jfi.9. r( Putnam Growth .. a.58 Wellington Fund .. M.'):i NalLent! 75 r, CalerTrac -Id' 1 ; .Vnt.Stcel 55'4 Ccr-leodP iH.fiC ChKockls 34"x 18.32 ChiMilw 29-^ 10.47: CiticsSer 73 T N lfi.27| ComCredil :«n ComEiii 54 : 'i ContCan 50 CHICAGO PRODUCE (Thursday's Market) CHICAGO (AP) - H u t t e »bont steady; wholesale buying! EIPasGas 2l : U ShellOil 59'* prices unchanged; 93 score A A Firestone 43U SouthCo Cfi 57%; 92 A 57%; 90 B 56%; 89 C Dow(;)jfni 7(5'.D NAIMAv 53',t NPacifie 52-X* OlinMath 40'a ParkcDav 29 Pfizer 47=») PhelpsD 7!- 1 * Pure Oil IlcpStcc! RoyDPct 45 55'.*; cars 90 B 57%; 89 C 56',i. Eggs fuJJy steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged to l higher; 70 per cent or better grade A whites 31'/4; mixed 31; Gillette 30 GulfOil Mli IntNick 82 :: i IntPaper 33'/j InlnndSt 43 merliums 27; stundards 26%; JolmManv 54 dirties unquoted; checks 22W. I Kroger 35 SlOilCnl 78'i TcnGas 23% TcxETVan 21 TcxGulfS 51 7 /» UnCnrb 124 Vi UnionOil 36% Uni'M&M 25'-i Xcnilh C4 ; U Midwest livestock Albert I. r » pUnt delivered prJrrs liftird on |r«<I« mid ronriUlon. Trend slrftriy nn hulrhrrt unrt uleMy nn »i>w* Hutrhfin ?!H>-?.tO |h», N'i». ? in« » ^il-,tOO Iht. No. ? Prlcei b»knt on 1:1. A 11 • It 11 : rondUlon. Trend ileady nn butcher* unrt »lf »dy nn «nw R, nutchcr* I'trklnf lotri •{*0-.lnfl lh«. No. i Nn. ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Thursday's Market) CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Official estimated livestock receipts for Friday are fi.OOO cattle, 7,000 hogs and 300 sheep. ISRAELI BOOM Israeli's Minister of Finance, Commerce and Industry, Pincus Sapir, predicts Israeli's exports to this country will reach nearly SGO million in 1965, compared wild $47 million this year. l.SPfc l.50=H 1.51--H 1.51V* 1.53=^ 1.53 1.53 1.52% 1.53Mj 1.53 1.53% 1.53 1.48V^ 1.47% 1.47% 1.48 L50V4 1.50V4 1.50!/* Dor Mar Mny Scp (old) Dec 1.48V4 1.47=1* 1.48 1.47VJ Corn Dec Mnr Mny 1.29 1.28^» 1.29 1.28V4 Jul 1.30 1.29^» 1.293* 1.29V* Sop L26V-1 1.26 1.26V* 1.26W .23** 1.22-H 1.123 :l K 1.23 1.26-H 1.2fiV* 1.26V-1 1.26^4 Oats Dee Mnr May Jul Sep Rye Dec 1.29 1.28 1.30 1.29 1.26 Mi 1.26 ."O'x .69^4 ,72\x .71=1* .70 T » .70*11 .67-lfi .67 .70 .70% .67 ^ .69V» .711. .70% .67 1.20=1* 1.20VJ1 1.20 s * 1.24** 1.24Vfc l,24Vi 1.26'. 1.26% 1.26% 1.28 1.27=14 1.27V* 1.27W 1.27 Soybeans Jnn 2.93V4 2.90% 2.92V* 2.91 2.95=14 2.93=*'* 2.94% 2.93H 2.97 2.94V* 2.95% 2.94^4 2.94% 2.93 2.94 2.92V6 2.8« 2.88V* 2.87->4 2.86V* 2.63-H 2.62V* 2.63V* 2.55'/* 2.56V4 Mnr Mny Jul Mnr May Jul AUR Sep Nov CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO (AP)— Wheat No 2 yellow hard 1.66. Corn No 4 yellow 1.23V4. No onts or soybean snlns. Soybean oil 11.85. Mason City gram -int in furnace bonnet burning t College Inn., 12 6th SE. Heavy moke odor reported. At 11 p. m. Wednesday— Heater in sand ignited canvas over at Connecticut and 1st IE. Heater owned by Percy Construction Company and used or work at St. Paul Lutheran !hurch. New vehicle sales Wagner Coal & Window Co., Mason City, Pontiac; Karl Marshall or Mildred D'Eida Wag- loner, 1054 2nd NW, Buick; David Edwin or Nettie E. Zook Route l, Clear Lake, Ford; Aloysius Nick or Phyllis Ann Staudt, Dougherty, Ford. Realty transfers Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County to Ashby L. Phil lips, a lot in Parker's 6th Add. 12-15-64. Thursday noon Corn §1.09 Oats 64 Soybeans 2.65 NEW YORK PRODUCE (Thursday's Market) NEW YORK (AP)—(USDA)— Sggs ample, demand fair I good. Mixed colors: Standards 30Vi 32; checks 26-26'i. Whites: Extra fancy heavy weight (47 Ibs min) 35V4-37Wi ancy medium (41 Ibs average 32-33; fancy heavy weight (47 bs min) 33'i-34V<.i; medium (40 bs average) 31-32; smalls (36 ,bs average) 26-27; pcewees (31 ,bs average) 22-23. Butter ample. Demand steady. Prices unchanged. Cheese steady. Prices unchanged. Lrcense action Names listed are those to whom the department has mailed advance notice of driver's license suspension or revocation. Action to suspend or revoke each license is complete only after the department is sure no mistake In notification has been made. Suspension notices mailed to: Effective Dec. 3 — Douglas Allen Harding, 17, Thompson, 30 days, habitual violator; Ronald Richard Winters, 21, 224 W. State, 60 days, serious violation; Roger Melvin Tibbitts, 24, Charles City, 60 days, serious violation; Johnny Dwight Perkins, 18, Hampton, 60 days, GOLDS GLITTER Here's how selected issues or* up during 1964: 0*14 N.w «I«NT TllCf v«. JAN. 1, m 7ttCINT «AIN O!«nl Y.llowknlf.. Inl'l Mining ...... Campbell |M( L.k.. Am»r. $•, Afrlt«n. . M»lli L«k« Mdnt •IIJMnittt. Three minor accidents in Mason City Three minor accidents were reported to police Wednesday afternoon. In one, Ernest W Mylund, Edina, Minn., reportec :hat as he was driving north on Washington near 1st NW, his car was in an accident with one driven by Carolyn Wenzel, 703 N". Pennsylvania. Nylund reported the Wenze car was pulling from a parkin space at the time of the mishap He reported both right doors o his car were damaged. A car driven north in front o 325 S. Pennsylvania by Garvin Ward Jr., 419 6th SE, was in an accident with another north bound car driven by Lester Mat son Hamersly, 325 S. Pennsyl vania. Officers said Hamersly wa slowing to turn into the drive way at his home. Ward reporte his foot slipped off the brak pedal. A truck being backed from driveway at 515 2nd NE by Ri ben A. Rios, 104 24th SW, an San Juan, Tex., struck a parke car owned by John William Schmidt, LuVerne. Salvation Army Christmas fund reaches $3,666 There was $3,666 in the Salva tion Army Christmas appea fund here Thursday as the firs of the major activities was b ginning for families, childre and shut-ins in Mason City an Cerro Gordo County. The fund was continuing to move upward toward the $5,000 speeding. Effective Dec. 4 — Gary Burr Tibbits, 24, Charles City, 30 days, habitual violator. Effective Dec. 8 — Jeffrey Alan Dahlstrom, 17, 1311 N. Jefferson, 60 days, reckless driving; Kenneth Raymond Coe Jr., 20, Ventura, 60 days, serious violation. Revocation notices mailed to: Effective Dec. 3 — Charles Joseph Baker, 63, Dows, 60 days, drunk driving; Joseph Frank- Roy ck, 44, Charles City, 60 days drunk driving; Walter Albert Speicher, 62, Iowa Falls, 120 days, drunk driving; Helmer Theodore Skogen, 54, 404 N. Madison, 60 days, drunk driving; llene Harriet Brand, 24, 222 7th SW, 60 days drunk driving; Robert Charles Smith, 43, Britt, 60 days, drunk driving. Effective Dec. 7 — Eldon Earl Chehock, 4S, rural Plymouth, 60 days, drunk driving. nterior and exterior feature is le lack of steps. Ramps with ight inclines lead into and out f the building and from the erminal to the restaurant. Commissioners Wednesday al- o discussed automatic opening oors, similar to those found in ome supermarkets, although no ecision was made. Inside the new terminal, the vaiting room and main floor is 2-by-87 feet. A terrazzo floor s planned and the ceiling in the ailing room is two stories igh. The airline office and ticket areas are on the side of the erminal which faces the field. Ithough space is allotted for wo airlines, present plans show reservations, office space and iperation areas only for Ozark Air Lines. Two rental rooms which wil >e built now and a modification of the reservation and baggage area would allow conversion ! or a second airline. On the west side of the waiting room, a self-service baggage claim check is provided. -Facilities for direct telephones to Mason City hotels and motels also was discussed. goal needed for the community's unfortunate who benefit from the Salvation Army work. Nursing home visits, various parties and gifts and Christmas meals are among the seasonal services given. Contributions are being dropped in street corner kettles or mailed to the Salvation Army, Box 289, Mason City. SCHOOL PARENTS JOICE — The annual Christmas program of the Joice Elementary School will be combined with the December meeting of the School Parents Association and will be held Monday evening, Dec. 21. The program will be presented by the school music department under the direction of Merle Hotchkiss. The public is welcome to attend. A committee of SPA members will serve lunch after the program. Report 2 new thefts of cars to city police Two new incidents of car :hefts were reported to Mason City police Wednesday night. At noon Thursday, one of the cars had not been recovered. The missing car, owned by Edward Chuck, 605 15th SE, is a white and blue Plymouth station wagon, license 17-4718. Chuck reported it was stolen from the public library parking lot short ly after 8 p.m. The keys were not in the car. A car owned by Volney Day Hansen, 701 S. Grant, was re ported stolen between 6:15 p.m and 12:30 a.m. It was reported the car had been parked in the Interstate Power Co. parking lot, Washington and 2nd NW. Police found the car in the city parking lot at Pennsylvania and 2nd SE shortly before 2 a.m. The car reported as stolen b W. J. Easley, 210 6th NE, from the rear of 20 E. State, Tuesda> night was found about 6:15 p.m Wednesday in front of 1009 N Carolina. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS NASHUA — Paul Goings an John Kellner Jr. received th rank of Knight at a. special meet ing in the local Knights o Pythias Hall. Ed Waid, Charle City., a member of the Excelsio Lodge in Charles City and wh is District Deputy was in charge Also present was Bill Schriver Charles City, Grand Chancello of Iowa. A mezzanine measuring 34-by. 89 feet, built over the airline facilities and facing the field also is planned. Except for the airport manager's offices and possibly a meeting room, the remaining two-thirds of mezzanine will not be partitioned. A regular tile ceiling and possibly a tile or terrazzo floor are planned. Robert Fricker, airport manager, said he would rather have his office on the mezzanine than the basement or first floor. The remainder of the mezzanine has been designed so it could be converted into rental office space in the future if the need arises. Waggoner said that the main idea in planning the new term- iaal has been to keep it flexible to meet the demands of the fu- are. Plans call for demolition of le present airport terminal, a onverted farmhouse, to start in arly spring and actual con- truction to start about a month ater, possibly in May. The existing basement of tha erminal will be used mainly for torage. No additional base- nent space is provided in tha ireliminary drawings. The new terminal will be air onditioned from the present air conditioning system in the FAA building adjacent to the west. The $190,000 estimate includes the architects' fees. Fricker old the commission Wednesday hat about $20,000 would take care of all related expenses in CHICAGO POTATOES (Thursday's Market) CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Potatoes: Arrivals 42; on trac 153; total U.S. shipments 356 supplies moderate; demand fai market for russets dull, fo round reds steady; carlot trac sales: Red River Vnlicy roun reds 5.50-5.75, connection with the construction. He said this includes replace, ment of windows in the restau- ant, new furniture for the terminal, demolition of the existing terminal, outdoor lighting and >avement. CRiER, (t Camera Gifts — Lock Photos, —(Adv.) The pastor Rev. Robert Giles, and members of the St. John's Baptist Church wishes to thank all for the many kindnesses :hrough the year. Wishing a Merry Christmas and a Happy Mew Year.—(Adv.). Antioch Commandery No. 43 potluck dinner 6 p.m., Dec. 17th.—(Adv.). Doll clothes, 2Sc. Ph. 423-2299. -(Adv.). Troik* serves special tonight. -Adv. Ernie's Trees are here—Fresh cut Balsam, Spruce, Norway & Scotch, 3 ft. to 10 ft. Breese Station, 8th & S. Federal.—(Adv.) Tape Recorders. Lock Photos. -(Adv.) A Marshall & Swift Fur is • Perfect Christmas Gift.—(Adv.). Baldwin, Lowry pianos and organs; Fender, Gretsch, Gibson guitars; drums, band instruments; new and used instruments, all kinds. Lessons. Rentals. Potter Music Co., 127 1st S.W.—(Adv.). Lett e-F new things for Xmas at Eloii'e's Gift Nook, 546 9th S.E. Open eves.—(Adv.).

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