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THE KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN, KINGSTON, N. Y.f THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 6, 1935. TWENTY - TWO - v.: Student Faces "Homicide Charge In Park Slaving Cost - Sharing Is Available for Ulster Farmers - Financial and Commercial . ART WORK FROM IKE'S GRANDSON President Eisenhower received this drawing in Denver in a package of presents from his grandchildren. This was drawn by David Eisenhower, 7, and it shows the President and David on horseback. They rode at the mountain ranch where David visited his grandfather during the summer. (AP Wirephoto). . 1 IT HAS A TREMENDOUS BITE This huge multitreaded dredge is capable of moving some 100,000 cubic yards of soil per day. Said to be the world's largest caterpillar dredger, it is shown at a lignite pit In Auenheim, Germany. Two more of these 5500 - ton giants are to be built or the lignite pit at a cost of five million dollars each. w i n i J I L4cai iCttia nccoru " Miss 3Iulligan Local Educator Succumbs at 84 Will Contest Is Sunday School Leader Says Parents Need Aid Spokane, Wash., Oct. 6 (JP) Sunday school teachers should try to reach adults as well as children in an effort to combat "parental delinquency," the president of the National Sunday School Assn. says. w By contacting adults, said Dr. Harold W. Eric k son, Rockford, 111., "the American family life can be strengthened, thus helping to combat parental, as well as juvenile delinquency." Dr. Erickson spoke yesterday at the opening session - of the 10th National Sunday School Convention, which attracted a record first - day registration of 1,265 delegates. Ministers are laymen from the United States, Canada and Hawaii are attending the 3 - day meeting. .The delezates were told there New York City Produce Market New York, Oct 6 JP) (State Dept of Agr. and Mkts.) Cauliflower was firm and cabbage - was easy today in the wholesale fruit and vegetable market. Trading was slow and supplies were liberal. Apples were steady. . Apples Hudson valley eastern boxes US No. 1 unless otherwise indicated. Mcintosh 3 in min 1.50 - 75. 2 in min 1.50 - 75, layer pack 2.25; 2Y in min up 1.25 - 75, few 2.00, riper . 75 - 1.00; US utility 1.00. 2K in min 75 - 1.00; Cortlands 3 in min 1.50 - 75, 2V in min 1.25 - 50. 2 in min 65 - 75 cents; Delicious 3 in min some fair appearance 2.75 - 3.25, 2 in min 3.25 - 50. 2xk in min 2.00 - 2.50, 24 in min 1.25 - 75; Red Delicious 2Vt in up 3.00, 2U in min 2.00. Grapes Hudson valley 12 qt. bskts. Concord 1.50. Withdrawn Today j Objections were withdrawn in a will contest action which had been transferred to Supreme Court from surrogate's court and the case was stricken from the Supreme Court calendar to day by Justice William Deckle - man. The action was in the mat ter of the proving the will of Sherman R. Elwyn, deceased. Martin Comeau with Harry H. Flemming of counsel, appeared for proponents and Lloyd R. Le - Fever and Floyd Powell for contestants. A negligence action, Andrew Franciamore and another against Tony Colletti and others, was also settled. Michael Nardone for plaintiff and Daniel Decker and Stanley B. Johnson for defendants. Justice Deckleman continued to hold pre - trial conferences fol lowing the opening of court this morning. Quotes Ike Confidence New York, Oct." 6 iJPi Repub lic National Chairman Leonard W. Hall quoted President Eisenhower last night as expressing confidence shortly before his heart attack that the Republicans will win next year's presi dential election. Hall, who ad dressed a party dinner, added his own optimism. Hall has said several times it would be inappropriate to speculate whether Eisenhower will run again despite his heart attack. Hall said Eisenhower expressed his cheerful views about the 1956 election a little more than two weeks ago as Hall was leaving Denver following the President's conference there with GOP state chairmen. - The Comptroller of Pears Hudson valley bu..the infallible word of God. Farm owners who desire to carry - out additional agricultural conservation practices this fall or oy Jjec. u, may request federal co6t - sharing by letter or in person at the Ulster County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation office, 54 John street, it was announced today by John S. Geary, chairman of the committee. Soil tests are required where the use of lime is necessary to carry out a conservation practice. All farm owners who desire federal cost - sharing for the con servation practices listed below are asked to make their requests as promptly as possible so funds can be budgeted accordingly. CONSERVATION practices available for cost sharing are as , follows: Establishing permanent egume and grass seedings; im proving already established grass or grass legume cover; treating cropland with liming materials: establishing contour stripcrop - ping; removing undesirable shrubs from pasture; developing spring and ponds for livestock water; establishing winter cover crops; constructing diversion, open drainage and underground drainage systems; establishing permanent sod waterways; constructing dams or ponds for irrigation water; constructing streambank control measures; rehabilitation of crop hay and pasture lands damaged by flood water and reconstruction of fences damaged by flood waters. The Joiners New$ cf Interest to Fraternal . Organization A regular meeting of Charles DeWitt Council. 94. JOUAM. will be held Friday , at 8 p. m. at Mechanics' Hall. 14 Henry street. A regular meeting of Kingston Chapter, 155, OES, will be held Friday at 8 p. m., in Masonic Temple. Worthy Sister Grace Smith, past matron of Clinton Chapter, 445, will be guest speaker, and will speak on "Martha." Members holding the office of Martha will be honored. At the close of the meeting refreshments will be served in the dining room. All members of the OES and Masonic Lodges are cordially invited. . Texas has ' had one woman governor Mrs. Miriam A. (Ma), Ferguson. , i Sii CEMENT FOR SALE PHONE 7621 between 9:30 & 3:30 the State of New York Star Frozen Raviolis. .50 for 79' Roman Cheese . . . lb. 7 Marydel Sweet - Pimentos Peppers pint 2 X Peanut, Com and Olive Oil . Gallon $2,29 ; . i - : '100 Pur (Gallon) Olive Oil $339 Italian Stylo , Tomatoes tM 19' POPULAR BRANDS CAN BEER CASE OF 24 , New York, Oct 6 A high school student was charged with homicide today in the playground slaying of a young park department employe. . f Three other youths have been arrested In the case. v The park employe, 20 - year - old tfank Gargiulo, was shot down yesterday in full view of hun dreds of mothers and children in a playground section reserved lor small youngsters Last night police arrested Hiram Rosa. 17, a$the alleged triggermanin the slaying. Rosa attended the Machine and Metals High School which adjoins the playground at 96th strtet and 2nd avenue, on the border of East Harlem. . Also seized were David Var - cas and John Barnett. both 17 - i year - old high school students. and a 15 - year - old youth whose name was not disclosed. Police said Vargas and Bar j nott had been served beer and whiskey in a 'neighborhood bar f shortly after noon yesterday. As a result, a summons was issued last night to Patrick Kerins, owner of the Castle Bar and Grill at 1707 3rd avenue. Kerins was charged with serving liquor to minors. An albatross can glide through the air for about an hour with out the slightest apparent mo tion of its extended wings. DIEID COWAN In this city, at resi dence. 16 Granite Court, Oct. 5. 1955. Eva Relyea. wife of Lawrence Cowan. Funeral at the parlors of A. Carr & Son. 1 Pearl street, on Friday at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Interment in the Bloomington Cemetery. Friends may call at the parlors on Thursday evening between the hours of. 7 and 9 o'clock., FAR LEV In this city, Thursday, Oct 6. 1955, Grace Gillen Farley, mother of Major Francis J. Farley, U.S.A., Philip J. Farley of Hasbrouck Heights, N. J Helen M. and Charles J. Farley of this city, Mrs. William S trass burg, Cornelius P. Farley and Mrs. Alice Dug an, all of Jersey City, and sister of Francis Gillen of New York city. Also surviving are several grandchildren. Funeral will be held Monday at 9 a. m. from the James M. Murphy Funeral Home, 176 Broadway, thence to St. Peter's Church, where at 9:30 a.m. a high Mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment will be in St. Mary s Cemetery'. KEATOR At TUlson, N. Y Tuesday, Oct. 4, 1955. Oliver Keator, beloved husband of Jane Cuthbert Keator; devoted father of Mrs. Hollis Harvey and Lloyd Keator; brother of Mrs. Eugene Weaver, Mrs. Thomas Webb and Mrs. Howard Teller' and Tracy Keator. - Also surviving are 3 grandchildren and 5 great I prandchildren. Funeral services w ill be held at the Tilison Reformed Church Friday, Oct. 7, 1955, at 2:00 o'clock. Friends may call at the George J. Moylan Funeral Home, Main street, Rosendale, at any time Thursday afternoon and evening. a Attention Officers and Members of Kingston Lodge, No. 10, F. & A. M. Officers and members .of Kingston Lodge. No. 10. F. & A. M.. are re quested to meet at the Masonic Temple, 31 Albany avenue, on Thursday evening, Oct. 6, at 1:1 o'clock and then proceed to the George J. Moylan Funeral Home, Rosendale, N. Y where at 8 o'clock Masonic funeral services will be conduct ed for our late Brother Oliver Keator. HARRY G. SCHRYVER. Master. THOMAS LEBERT, Secretary. MFLLIGAV Entered into rest Wednesday. Oct. 5, 1955. Miss Margaret M. - Mulligan, daugh - , ter of the late John, and Brid - S get Grant Mulligan, and aunt of John Mulligan of Ravena, N. Y. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the Jenson & Deegan Funeral Home, 15 Downs street, Saturday at 9 o'clock and 9:30 at St Joseph's Church, where a high Mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel from 7 to 9 on Thursday and 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 on Friday. . P(ide , , and Conscience Governs Eery Service Entrusted To Our Care SSI Ssl SWEET and KEYSER, Inc. Funeral Service 4 1S7 Tremper Ave. . King. 147S Herbert H. Reuner Dealer In AU Kinds of ' MONUMENTS A complete selection of Cemetery Memorials on display now. Call ri phone for estimates. , NO SALESMEN 24 - 28 HURLEY AVE. L wu. TeL6108 t New York, Oct 6 C The stock market was an irregular affair today, with price changes narrow. n the early afternoon, prices moved either way between 1 and 2 points at the outside. Only a few strayed more than a point. Trading was at the slowest pace in around a month. Yesterday's total was a low 1,900, - 000 shares. Quotations by Morgan Davis & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange, 63 Wall street, New York city: branch office, 41 John street, R. B. Os - terhoudt, manager. ' ' QUOTATIONS AT O'CLOCK American Airlines Z3'4 43 23'i 44 48s 179'i 67J 134 : IS 41 H iS 153 lJi 26 33 . 15 American Can Co. Am. Motors American Radiator American Rolling Mills Am. Smelt & Refining Co - American Tel. & TeL American Tobacco Anaconda Copper Atchison Top. & Santa Ft. Avco Mfg. Baldwin Locomotive Baltimore & Ohio R.R... Bendix Bethlehem Steel Borden Burlington Mills Burroughs Adding Ma. Co. Canadian Pacific Ry. Case, J. I. Celanese Corp. Central Hudson Chesapeake & Ohio R.R. 16J4 63 Un,rv - iAt,,rvirn. 95H 16 Lj Gas system Commercial Solvents 21 Consolidated Edison 49J,' 84i 73 k - 0ntinentai UU Continental van ka. Curtiss Wright Common 22 Cuban American Sugar Dei. & Hudson 73 Douglas Aircraft 70 Eastern Airlines Eastman Kokak 47?.' 78 45 Electric Autolite E. I. DuPont 214 Erie R.R 21 Glenerai Dynamics 63 ...... General Electric Co. General Motors General Foods Corp. 81 59 Goodyear Tire St Rubber. Great Northern Pid. Afl ' Hercules Powder 118 OL Central Int. Bus. Mach. Int. Harvester Co. 61K 396 37 International Nickel Int. Paper 76?,' 107 Int. TeL 3c TeL 27J.' 83 47Ji ........ lohns - Manville & Co. Jones & Laughlin ...... Kennjcott Copper 106 Liggett Myers Tobacco 70 Loews Inc. Lockheed Aircraft Mack Trucks Inc. v 20 47?X 27 McKesson & Rcbbins 41 Montgomery Ward & Co... 88 24 40' 39S 45 National Air Lines National Biscuit National Dairy Products. New York Central R.R... Niagara Mohawk Power Northern Pacific Co 32 69 38 92 Pan American Airways. i . . Paramount Pictures J. C Penney Pennsylvania R.R. 29 Pepsi Cola 20; Phelps Dodge 62 Philips Petroleum 77 Public Service Elec, Pullman Co. Radio Corp. of America. Republic Steel Reynolds Tobacco Class B. Schenley Sears Roebuck St Co...... 31 63 45 48 48 22 ioo?; Sinclair Oil B3 Socony Vacuum Southern Pacific Southern Railroad Co.. S perry Rand Corp Standard Brands Co. Standard Oil of N.J...... Standard Oil of Ind. Stewart Warner Studebaker - Packard Corp. Texas Corp. S0 23 38 131 49 36' 9 106 Timken Rolling Bear. Co.. 62 nion Pacific R. R. 162?; United Aircraft 55 U. S. Rubber . Co. U.S. Steel Corp. Western Union Tel. Co.... 21 mi Westinghouse Elec Woolworth Co. (F.W.) 49 - Youngstown Sheet St Tube 97 UNLISTED STOCKS Bid Cent Hud. Alt Pfd.... 102tf Cent Hud. 4fc Pfd.. . . 104 Electrol 3 Ask 4 - 4 iter Com. Hotel Pfd. . 65 Rockland Lgt St Pow.. IVi 20 66 Sprague Elec. 66 L Treasury Receipts Washington, Oct. 6 JP) The cash position of the treasury Oct. 3: Balance, 8 $5,112,709, 363.46; deposits fiscal year July 1. $15,474,006,989.80: withdraw als fiscal year. $19,055,998, 123.94; total debt. $277,512,301, - 109.23x: gold assets, $21,683,730, - 492.73; x includes $478,839, - 1639.30 debt not subject to statu tory limit. $ , - LoughransAre had lett ana tne accident was unknown to them until they reached Kingston. Chester A. Baltz and Victor Roth had pre ceded them in one car and Howard R. St. John and Herbert E. Thomas were in a second car. i Attorney Loughran, a justice of the peace in the town of Hur ley, is counsel for the Ulster County Savings Bank and had attended the conference in Washington along with other local bankers. The Malay Sea, with 3,144,056 square miles, is the largest of Walter F. Dunlap The funeral of Walter F. Dun - lap of 161 Washington avenue. who died on Saturday, was held at his residence Wednesday at 2 p. m. The Rev. Clyde Herbert SnelL Dastor'of Clinton Avenue Methodist Church, officiated. On Tuesday afternoon and evening many friends called to pay their respects and there were many floral tributes. Burial was in Kyserike Cemetery. ,. Eva R. Cowan Mrs. Eva Cowan, 66, wife of Lawrence Cowan, died at her residence, 16 Granite court on Wednesday. The funeral will be held from the parlors of A. Carr and Son, 1 Pearl street on Friday at 2 p. m. Relatives ana rnenas are invited. Burial will be in Bloomington Cemetery. Friends may call at the parlors on Thursday from 7 to 9 p. m. Surviving are her husband and sev eral nieces and nephews. Grace G. Farley Mrs. Grace Gillen Farley, of 74 West Pierpont street, oiea suddenly this morning vat tier residence. - A lne - long resiaeni of this city. Mrs. Farley was the widow of the late Jerome Far - lev. She is survived by her children. Major Francis J. Farl ley. USA. Philip J. Fariey or Hasbrouck Heights, N. J., Helen M. and Charles J. Farley of this city, Mrs. William strassourg, Cornelius P. Farley ana Mrs. Alice Dugan, all of Jersey City, N. J.: a brother, Francis omen of New York citv and several grandchildren. The funeral will be held Monday at 9 a. m. from the James M. Murphy Funeral Home, 176 Broadway, thence to SUTeter s Church where at 9;30 a. m., a high Mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home any time. Denis C Brodie Jhe funeral of Denis C. Brodie, former resident of Eddyville who died Tuesday in Dumont, N.J., was held today at 9:15 a. m. from the Jenson and . Deegan Funeral Home, 15 Downs street and at 10 a. m. at the Church of the Sacred Heart in Eddy ville where a high Mass of requiem was offered for the repose of his soul by the Rev. Ambrose Murphy. Many of his relatives, friends and neighbors attended the services. The soloist Martin Kelly, assisted at the organ by Theodore Riccobono sang "Pie Jesu" at the Offertory and "In Paradisum following the last blessing. Many friends called at the funeral home dur ing the bereavement to pay their respects and to oner prayers in his behalf. Wednesday at 8 p. m.. Father Murphy led in the reci tation of the Holy Rosary for the repose of his soul. Numerous Mass cards and beautiful floral tributes testified to the esteem in which he was held. The bearers were John McManus, Thomas Ferraro, Heny O'Brien, James Kennedy. Ronald Brown and Frank Emberson. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery - where Father Murphy gave the final absolution at the grave. . State Palsy Executive Addresses Local Croup Meade Brown, an executive director of the State' of New York Cerebral Palsy group, addressed the meeting of the Ulster County Cerebral Palsy executive Committee recently at the home of Dr. H. L Bibby, president of the local group. Mr. Brown spoke on the many ways in which the state organization can and does help the local group and he commended the local agency for the splendid work being done at the Cerebral Palsy Clinic on Broadway. He also praised v the workers for their efforts during the fund drive to support the clinic. Says Nixon 'Easiest Birmingham, Ala.. Oct. 6 UP vice President Nixon "is the easiest Republican to beat" for the presidency but the Demo crats will win next year from anybody, says Chairman Paul Butler of the Democratic Na tional Committee. Butler, here for a Jefferson - Jackson Day fund - raising dinner, discussed presidential possibilities at a press conference. His talk to the party rally was concerned mainly with a plea for Democratic unity and with an endorsement of Sen, Lister Hill for re nomination and reelection next year. ' to vary green snap Want beans? Add the cooked beans to a cream sauce and top with bits of crisply cooked bacon. Use bacon fat in making the cream Miss Margaret M. Mulligan, 84, life - long resident of Kingston and well - known school teacher, died Wednesday. She resided at the Stuyvesant Hotel and was the daughter of the late John and Bridget Grant Mulligan. John Mulligan of Ravena, a nephew, is the only survivor. ' MISS MULLIGAN 1 was a school teacher in the schools of Kingston for over 50 years. Her last assignment was superintend - em or wming. ne.reureu yiLuiZJ ka TdncAn mrA Twttyan Funorai Hnmp is rvuL'n strppt Saturdav at 9 a. m. and at 9:30 at St. Jo - soph's Church where a high Mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral parlors Thursday from 7 to 9 p. m. and orr Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. Local Teachers Plan to Attend State Conference Delegates from the Kingston Federation of Teachers will at tend the annual convention of the Empire State Federation of Teachers which will be held in Schenectady Oct. 7 to 9. The president of the local fed - eration is Michael Aronica of Sunset Park. Miss Sally Galla gher is chairman of the State wen are tjommiuee ana narry Streifer Is state area organizer. .ELIOT BIRXBAUM, a Syra - cuse teacher and president of the state federation, will address the gainenng. . The major function of the convention will be the formulation of proposed bills for the 1956 session of the State Legislature with hopes of solving the critical shortage of teachers and classrooms. - . The cominerVVhite House Con ference on education and the tentative Heald Commission reo ommendations, recently report - ea, will receive attention at the convention. Carl Megcl, national president of the American Federation of Teachers will also be one of the convention speakers. Esopus r Esopus, Oct 6 The regular meeting of Boy Scout Troop 82 will be; held in the firehouse Monday at 7:30 p. m. William Gibbons is a patient at Benedictine Hospital. , The annual dinner - dance of Sacred Heart Church will be held in St; Leo's Hall, Port Ewen, Saturday, Oct. 22, from 7 p. m. to 1 a. m. Music by Marty Kelly's orchestra. The firemen's regular meeting will be held Thursday, Oct. 6. The annual Halloween Dance will be held in the firehouse Friday, Oct. 28. from 7 to 9 p. m. for the cihldren and Saturday, Oct 29 from 9 p. m. to 1 a. m. for adults. Sunday Masses at Sacred Heart Church will be 8, 10 and 11 o'clock., Novena on Wednesday at 8 p. m., followed by sermon and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Mass will be celebrated First Friday at 6 a. m. Mass is celebrated every Saturday at a. m. The Rev. B. White will con auct fcunaay services at 10 a. m. . . . . 1 ai ine esopus xvieinoaist nurcn. a. r m . . l l - . - m t I Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. for the children. .J.!l.WV.i.WUt REMAKE Oscar - winning actress Shirley, Booth Is being umMaerea ior me uue roie in MGM's musical remake of Anna Christie." The role was first played by Marie Dressier. ok as agent of New York State Thruway Authority : will sell at his office at Albany, New York on ; October 11, 1955, at 1030 o'clock A. M. (Eastern Daylight Saving Time) ' $50,000,000 ! New York State Thruway Authority State Guaranteed Thruway Bonds . (Third Issue) 'Principal and interest unconditionally guaranteed hf , the State of New York Dated October 1, 1955, and due serially in various amounts from 1985 to 1995, both inclusive. The Bonds will be subject to redemption by the Authority, prior to their respective maturities, as a whole or in part at any time on and after October 1, 1963, upon certain terms and conditions, includ ing specified redemption prices. Principal and semi - annual interest, January 1 and July 1, payable at The Chase Manhattan Bank, New York City. Copies of the Act and Resolution authorizing the Bonds, Official Statement, Official Form of Proposal, Notice of Sale, and form of opinion of Attorney General will be furnished upon application to The Chase Manhattan Bank, Fiscal Agent, 11 Broad Street, New York, New York. r , v ARTHUR LEVITT, State Comptroller, Albany 1, N. Y. Dtd: October 5. 1955. is acurrent trend toward return to the attitude that the Bible is i "The Sunday schools of America suffered one of the most barren periods in their history during the 1920s and 1930s due to an over emphasis on teaching technique to the neglect of the study of the Bible," Dr. Erick son said. Shortage Reported Albany, N. Y., Oct. 6 An annual audit of the books of the Civil Service Employes Assn. has uncovered an apparent shortage of several hundred dollars, President John Powers said today. Powers said that one employe of the association had been suspended and that a full report would be made i to the board of directors when the audit was completed. Powers said he had asked the 80 directors to meet here Sunday night. The employe was not identified. Rood Toll Now 326 Mexico City, Oct. 6 The death tojl in flood - battered Tam - pico mounted today to 326, by unofficial count, as the relent less Panuco river went still high er. Reports . from upriver communities of a sharp drop held out some hope of relief for the stricken port' within 48 hours But there were fears the inland rams or tne past weeK wouia continue, sending the river's headwaters climbinz a sain be fore Tampico could get a respite. ' Cabinet Sworn In Athens, Greece, Oct. 6 iJP) The cabinet of Constantine Karamanlis unexpectedly asked to form a new government to succeed that of the late Field Marshal Alexander x Papagos was sworn in today. King Paul pickea Maramanlis to take over the government reins in succes - sion to rapagos, nero or tne World War 2 fight against Mus solini's invading legions and the postwar victory over Communist rebels. Open Than, ft II Kingston's Largest Italian 634 Broadway We Reserve the Right MEAT DEPT. ,2 PRICE Sliced BOILED ItaEan lb. 89c 2nd lb. 45c 1 lbs. $1.34 Sausage Many Other Good Buys This Quality Meats LJ ) III bskts. Bartlett 3.00 - 3.50, smaller 2.00 - 2.50, poorer 1.25 - 75; Clapps Favorite 3.00 - 3.50, smaller size 2.00 - 2.50; V bu. bskts. Seckel 1.50 - 75, larger 2.50, smaller 1.00 - 1.25. Vegetables: Brussels sprouts Catskill sect., per qt. 25 - 28 cents. Cauliflower Catskill sect., double deck crts. 12 s 3.00 - 3.25, poorer 1.50 - 2.50. Corn Hudson vallev. sks. an - pfox. 50 - 55 ears 1.75, ord. qual. v - 75 - 1.00. Mushrooms Hudson valley. qt. bskts. extra fancy 1.25 - 50; spots and opens 65 - 70 cents. Spinach Catskill sect., bu. bskts. 1.50 - 75. Tomatoes Hudson valley, and L. I., 12 qt. bskts. 1.00 - 1.25. Wholesale egg pnees were barely steady to weak today. Re ceipts 19,722. (Wholesale selling prices based on exchange and other volume sales). . . New York spot quotations fol low: Includes midwestern: Mixed colors: Extras (48 - 50 lbs) 47,4 - 48H: extras large 1(45 - 48 Tbs) 45 - 47; extra medium 40 - 41; smalls 29 - 30; standards large 39 - 41: dirties 32 - 34; checks 30 - 32 Whites: Extras (48 - 50 lbs.) 49 - 50; extras large (45 - 48 lbs.) 48 - 49; extras medium 40 - 41. Browns: Extras (48 - 50 lbs.) 49 - 50. Includes nearby: Whites: Top quality (48 - 50 lbs.) 52 - 54; mediums 40 - 41; smalls 30 - 31; peewees 24H - 25. Browns: Top quality (48 - 50 lbs.) 50 - 52; mediums 40i - 41; smalls 33Vs - 33; peewees 124 - 25. More than 70 per cent of the forest fires occurring in the Rocky Mountain region are started by lightning. Accounts dating back to 1634 show that maple syrup and sugar are among the oldest American farm products. Kallmann's Mayonnaise pt. 35; e Evaporated Milk .... can 10 ITALIAN STYLE TOMATO PASTE 3for25 CRISCO 3 - lb. can Homemade Spagh. Sauce pt. 49 Tatty " ' : Anchovies 2 cans 29? Extra Heavy Puree, No. 21 can 27c Torino's Lima Bean A Lentils Aiin 7 In ranc IRc wwwtmw m villi , .With Purchas 1 Frl Till 9 P.M. Ml O American Grocery PHONE 5872 to limit Quantities SPECIALS SALE lb. $1.49 2nd lb. .75 2 - lbs. . . $2.24 Center Cut lb. 89c 2nd lb. 45c Pork Chops 2 lbs. $1.34 Weekend Call or come early 49 IS J. Lima Owner IS PURE OLIVE OIL LIGHT MEAT TUNA 2 cans O t - BUY TOMATOES NOW - LA GUARDIA ITALIAN STYLE No. Vj ran TOMATOES, new pack . case of 24 '6.50 LA GUARDIA No. Can PUREE. . . . case of 24 - '6.00 Italian Style Plum TOMATOES 1 can 2 sauce, if you like a lot of bacon) flavor, I the world's seas.

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