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Ypsilanti Briefs Plan Story Hour The Children's Story Hour will be Saturday morning from to 11:30. Some interesting stories will be told from "Stories of a Basque Grandmother," and "Legends of the Seven Seas." The dren will also meet a new book called "Humbo the Hippo." Apprehended On request Thursday afternoon of military authorities at the bomber plant army air base, Pvt. Charles E. Morgan was apprehended by local police and held for army orders. Reports Disease Dr.

R. I. Seime, city health phy. sician, reports that in February there were six cases of chickenpox, one of German measles, two of whooping cough and 27 of mumps. In January were 22 cases of chickenpox, mumps and one there, of scarlet fever and, one case of Vincent's infection.

Blaze Extinguished A small blaze in an automobile Parked at 509 N. Adams owned by Charles Wren, Woodbine Detroit, was extinguished by the fire department Thursday evening. Choose Officers Board of directors of Carver Community Center have chosen four of their members as officers for the coming term, They are: Rev. R. C.

Brown, president; Mrs. Thelma Goodman, vice president; Mrs. Ethel Williams, secretary, and Mrs. Gertrude Francois, treasurer. Births Son: To Mr.

and Mrs. Arthur Webster, 510 E. Cross at Hospital, today weighing seven pounds, seven ounces. "Son: To Mr. and Mrs.

Andrew Branan, 2521 S. Ann Arbor, at Beyer Hospital, today, weight, six pounds five ounces. Son: Mr. and Mrs. Alvah kins, Belleville, at Beyer Hospital, today, weight seven pounds, 10 ounces.

Daughter: To Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompson, 1570 E. Forest at Beyer Hospital today, weighing seven pounds four ounces. Municipal Court Fines for traffle violations were paid in municipal court today as fellows: Louis Lindenschmidt, Ann Arbor, $5, Francis J.

Weinberger, South Lyon, $6, Sylvester Fremstead. $5, and Alex Tykoeke, Maybee, $10, speeding; Martin Crowe, Northville, $3.35, stop, violation; Eugene Moran, $3, light violation; J. H. Woodrick, Belleville, $6. defective equipment; Jerreldean O'Neal, $2 unnecessary noise; Paul E.

Arms, $3.35, driving against traffic; Russell F. Whalls, $3.35. expired operator's license; and Henry M. Rykor, Detroit, $3.35, improper overtaking and passing. Total of fines paid for minor fie violations was $3.

Motor Corps Has Initial Meeting A combined meeting of the Active Motor Corps and new motor mechanics was held at 7 p. m. at Wiedman's Garage, 212 Pearl Thursday night. The corps is composed of women and will serve in the event of air raids here. The next meeting will be held at the same place at 7:30 p.

March 11. Three inexperienced mechanics and the advanced will hold their first motor, demonstation class at the Thursday meeting. The classes are under the auspices of the American Red Cross and are sponsored by the Ford Motor Company. Beginners may sign up through the Red Cross offices here. Volunteers for driving in the event of an air raid are invited to call at the Red Cross for listing.

Mrs. Harriet Batterson and Miss Virginia Wielandy, at Woodruff School, are instructors in the class work. MEAT COMPANY TO CLOSE Jackson; Mar. 5--The Armour Co. wholesale branch here is to close Saturday due to shortage of meat.

Customers will be direct from Chicago. DETROIT-AP--The Michigan Bell Telephone Company announced today that its net income for 1942 was the lowest in seven years despite an all-time high in gross revenues. President George W. Welch, in the annual company report. placed net operating income at $9.340.000 which he said represented a return of four per cent on the plant in service.

Buy Wisely-Cook Carefully GET THE MOST FROM YOUR FOOD POINTS One of your important wartime jobs in the home is food conservation. It begins with shopping. Get the most value for your number of food points. Every bit of food is vital to Victory, Win a victory in your own home by making the most of your food points. Groceries--Meats--Dry Goods -HardwareNovelties--Gifts Heavy Shirts, Colored Shirts, Baby Clothes Beer and Wine to Take Out Open 8 a.

m. to 9:30 p. m. SAVAGE COMMUNITY STORE 804 N. Jerome Block off Holmes Road Phone 2448-W MARKET CAICICE MEATS PHONE 48 HITLER'S WEAPON IS STARVATION, OURS IS FOOD FOR ALL Play fair.

Be square. No one will go hungry under our new "point rationing" system. The British have found it the best method known. healthier people because of it. Under it every man, woman and child receives the same amount of food points.

All share alike regardless of income. You are able to select the canned food you like; not forced to choose certain kinds only. Be a real American. When you can to non-rationed foods. Sell Us Your Waste Fats For the War Effort a a a a a a a a 1 THE YPSILANTI DAILY PRESS, YPSILANTI, FRIDAY, MARCH 5.

1943 PAGE FIVE Pick of The Air Today National Broadcasting Company RED NETWORK -WLW 700, 950, WHAM 1180, WMAQ 670, BLUE NETWORK 1270. WLW 700, WGN 720. ON Columbia Broadcasting Company WJR 760, WBBM 780, WCKY 1530, WFBM 1260, WGAR 1450, WBNS 1160, WDOD 1310. BLUE NETWORK 1190. Mutual Broadcasting Company RED NETWORK WLW 100, BLUE NETWORK WLWV 700.

CKLW 800, WJBK 1490. Tonight Lucille Manners Concert: 8:30 All- -Time Alit Parade; 9:00 Waltz Time: 9:30 People Are Funny Quiz; 10:00 Tommy Riggs and Betty Lou. Our Secret Weapon; 8:00 Kate Smith Show; 8:30 Thin Man: 9:00 Friday Night Playhouse; 9:30 Brewster Boy; 10:00 Comedy Caravan: 10:45 Sec. Wickard on 'Controlling Black Kelly (Continued from Page One) tive sceretary of the State Farm Bureau, W. G.

Armstrong, master of the State Grange, and others, Kelly received these general com plaints: farm machinery necessary to meet stepped up production quotas has been "frozen" needless. ly by federal order on dealers' floors where it stands idle: that farm machinery is falling into because "red tape" prevents repair shops from obtaining parts necessary to recondition it: that the government has 'complicated the manpower market by drafting too many farmers, and not taking adequate steps to provide replacements; that when Michigan to import 4,000 Mexicans to work the beet, onion and other fields, the U. S. employment service stepped in and decreed that 12.000 Mexicans would be allocated to Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Wisconsin. "We can go to bat with facts.

but not with generalties," Kelly said, and instructed the farmers to arm him with specific reports, Michigan 111 Washington By Esther Van Wagoner Tufty Our congressmen are thinking internationally these days. Veteran Congressman Roy 0. Woodruff is alarmed over what he calls "the Russian challenge to the Atlantic charter "seeks no aggrandizement, territorial or the Soviet Embassy declared "a most emphatic claim to rich industrial and agricultural areas of Poland." "These claims come as a great Woodruff told the House Wednesday, "in face of the three of the Atlantic Charter ostensibly for all the Allies." The Bay City Republican called that Germany and Russia officially partitioned Poland by a treaty signed in Moscow. Following that the Germans herded the Polls into Central Poland and Russia killed thousands of Poles and drove others into Siberia and Asiastic Russia. "Now we are confronted," says Woodruff, "with the bold notice by the Soviet Embassy that Russia does not intend to be a party to the Atlantic Charter." Woodruff further predicts that "Russia will not look with complacence upon the policing of Europe by American and British military forces after the war." After his recent automobile acctdent, Congressman Albert J.

Engel looks like "he had a round with Joe Louis and lost." So his staff told him on his return from Akron. 0., where his automobile was hit by a train. congressman's car looks even more battered in fact, Engel says all he could salvage were the tires. Senator Homer Ferguson has protested to Assistant Administrator of OPA. Clyde Herring, to raise the lid from Detroit rent ceilings.

The senator, along with other Michigan congressmen, has been bombarded with protests from Detroit landlords calling the freezing order OPA froze the rents as of April 1, 1941. and property owners contend that in similar industrial areas rents were frozen as of April 1. 1942. Other letters largely from labor are opposing the raising of the Detroit rent level. SON KILLED IN ACTION Monroe, Mar.

5-Twenty-year-old Leo Schultz. has been killed in action with the United States Navy in the Pacific, his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz, were informed by the Navy Department Thursday.

He had participated in action at Pearl Harbor and Wake Island. Special For Saturday LAYER CAKE each 25c It is the old American Spirit that will win this war, and we can do it by making the best of what we have. Assorted Danish Pastries doz. 35c Assorted Donuts 30c Bran Muffins 20c Soy Bean Muffins doz. 20c Baking Powder Biscuits 20c Don't Be a Fat Waster Buy War Savings Stamps and Bonds GAUSS BAKING CO.

Home of "Mary Ican" Cake." It Daily Market Report NEW YORK STOCKS (By Watling, Lerchen de Company) Allied Chemical American Can American Smelting 42 American Radiator American T. T. Amer. Tobacco B' Anaconda Atlantie Atchison 51 Baldwin Locomotive Baltimore Ohio Bendix Bethlehem Steel 61 Borden 241 Briggs Calumet Hecla St C. 0.

Case 931 Chrysler Corporation Columbia Gas El. Commercial Solvents Consolidated Edison 183 Continental Can Corn Products Ed. on du Pont El. Power Light General Electric General Motors 48 Goodyear Rubber Hudson Motor Illinois Central Int. Harvester International Tele.

International Nickel Kennecott Kroger Loews Theaters Montgomery Ward Nash-Kelvinator National Distillers 2S Nat'l Power Light 37 New York Central 1414 North American 12 New York Shipbuilding Ohio Oil 147. Packard Motor Pennsylvania 297 Radio Corporation Republic Steel Reynolds Tobacco 28 Sears Roebuck Standard Oil of Cal. 31 Standard Oil of N. J. 51 Socony Vacuum Studebaker Standard Brands Texas Corporation United Aircraft Union Carbide S3 United Gas Improvement United States Steel 5414 Warner Pictures Westinghouse El.

853 F. W. Woolworth Col. Cleary Plan Given Approval Col. Owen J.

Cleary's plan for immediate expansion of rural air raid warden organizations has been approved by Capt. Donald S. Leonard. state defense administrator. Capt.

Leonard said each county would be divided into two or more divisions. subdidived into zones roughly corresponding to the township lines and split again into sections and subsidiary posts, each county air raid warden to name subordinates. Capt. Leonard said the new proposed plan would strengthen the air raid warning system. BAKE CAKE OF SUGAR Albion, Mar.

5-Mr. and Mrs. J. Clone, Albion, celebrated their silver wedding and Mrs. Clone baked a cake from sugar she bought when they were married in 1918, and had saved for the occasion.

The sugar cost 33 cents a poundthere was a war on then, and no price control. BEAT THE DUTCH "AUNTON, Mass. The largest city in point of area in Massachusetts. Taunton's 50 square miles, were purchased by a woman from the Indians for only a jackknife and a peck of beans. YPSILANTI MARKETS (Buying Prices) Deaths MRS.

MAUDE SNODGRASS Mrs. Maude Tuttle Snodgrass died afternoon of cronic myocarditis, her parents having been Frank and Ellen Koontz. She was born March 14. 1866, in Ashland, 0. She married William Tuttle 58 years ago in Clyde, 0.

He passed away Aug. 16, 1924. In 1931 she married James Snodgrass, Bowling Green, 0., who died eight years ago. By her marriage to Mr. Tuttle one daughter.

Ellen Tuttle Sills, Detroit. was born. One granddaughter, Mrs. Ralph Houghton, also survives. She lives in Addison, Mich.

Mrs. Snodgrass lived near Ypsilanti for a time, but lately had lived in Addison. Funeral services will be at 2:30 Saturday afternoon at the J. E. Moore Funeral Home and Rev.

HuFenker will officiate. Burial will in Highland Cemetery. MRS. DARIUS SCHULER News has been received by Dr. C.

L. Mcintire of this city of the death of a former Ypsilanti resident. Mrs. Darius Schuler, Long Beach, who was the former Lulu Hadley, whose father was -connected with the Frank Smith drug store here, over half a century ago. Her close friend.

Mrs. James C. Fuller, lives in Kansas City. EUGENE WARD Willis, Mar. 5-Eugene Ward, formerly of Willis, died at his farm home between Lake View and Cadillac Thursday.

Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. H. Ward. Pearl Ypsilanti.

Burial services are to be at 2 p. m. today. Besides his brother, L. H.

Ward. he is survived by another brother, W. R. Ward, Detroit, and five sisters. Mesdames Lillian Gale.

Wayne, Lucille Robison, Des Plaines, 111., Evelyn Davenport. Lansing, Estelle Robison, Los Angeles, and Phoebe Lawrence, South Gate, Calif. ELMO HOLMES Tolmes died at his home, 213 Harriet at 3 Thursday. Friends may call, at the Lucille Richards Funeral home, 118 S. Washington until tonight.

He was born Jan. 27. 1895. He is survived by daughter, Mrs. Ruby Burton.

213 Harriet and two brothers, one of Oakland, and the other of Oklahoma City, and three sisters, two of Tulsa and one of Jenks, Okla. Services will be in Tulsa, Okla. GOV. TO AID FARMERS Lansing. Mar.

5-Thursday Gov. Kelly joined with Michigan farm groups and legislators in efforts to avert a crop crisis growing out of the scarcity of machinery and manpower. He told a score of farm leaders that he would carry their fight to Washington and also to the corn-belt conference of governors in Des Moines March 15 if they would hasten surveys bringing out tangible facts. MOMS ASK FOR RAZORS Plymouth, Mar. 5- Again the Navy Mothers Club of Plymouth is seeking razors to send to wounded sailors and marines.

Their goal is 2.000 razors, and they need 1.900 more to make it. Anyone with a good razor who isn't using to shave with is invited to send it to Mrs. A. Wilson. 681 Deer Plymouth, who will see that it is forthwith to the growing beard of a wounded sailor.

Speaker Dies Speaker Dies DEATH of Capt. the Right Hon. Edward Algernon Fitzroy, 74, above, speaker of the house of commons since 1928, has caused the adjournment of the British parliament. (International) Scramble and Bob Ripley; Dinah Shore songs; 8:30 Meet Our Navy: 9: Gangbusters: 10:00 John Gunther; 10:35 Sen. Burton K.

Wheeler on "The War Halls of Montezuma; 8:30 Drama Cisco Kid: 9:30 Double or Nothing; 10:00 Bout, Fritzle Zivie vs. Beau Jack. Saturday NBC-: p. m. Roy Shield and Co: 5:00 Doctors at War; 6: 45 Soldiers Program from Alaska.

Country Journal: 2:30 Negro Newspaper Week; 6:15 People's Platform, new time. Four Club; 2:00 Opera "Aida" and Salute to Yugoslavia, Mayor LaGuardia and others: 5:43 Sol Lewis Country Editor. MacAlester College Cho.r: 4:30 New Orleans Race: 5:00 Navy Bulletin Board. War (Continued from Page One) ships and 12 transports and cargo vessels that was smashed completely by successive waves of AL lied bombers. Earlier reports told of occasional lifeboats and landing barges, drifting helplessly.

Allied planes raked them ruthlessly with machine gun fire. A few Japanese survivors were signted desperately towards the New Guinea shore. "The. sharks are taking care of them and doing a good job," one pilot of an observation plane reported in a message to headquar ters. An additional 27 Japanese planes were shot down yesterday in the course of clean-up operations.

This raised enemy plane losses to 89 since Monday Suffer New Losses German partners of the Axis suffered further losses in the grinding Soviet drive westward Russian columns smashed 32 miles beyond Rzhev and cleared the rail line from Moscow to Velikie I uki. a stretch of 270 miles. Red army units forged ahead in the Lgov ing 6.000 and taking 300 area, 50 west of Kursk, killmiles, prisoners in pitched battles in the Ukraine, The Soviet midnight communique made scant mention the developments in the Donets Basin. were claimed southwest of Voroshilovgrad. Berlin claimed capture of Lissichansk.

40 miles east of Kramatorsk, which is midway between Rostov and Kharkov. If this German claim is true, it represents a. substantial advance for the Axis counter- offensive. Hold Offensive Allied forces. Americans.

French and British. firmly held the offensive in North Africa. While there was little ground action. Allied bombers and fighters raked the six airfields in Tunisia. enemy Germans made slight gains in the Sedjenane area near Bizerte in northern Tunisia.

British forces on the northern front beat back other enemy assaults northeast of Beja, on the Mateur-Bizerte Highway. American forces smashing ahead against scant opposition in central Tunisia were reported within three miles of strategic Faid Pass, while other American vanguards neared Gafsa in southern Tunisia. CARRIES "FIRST" DOLLARS DE WITT. -Every day for the part 64 years, Ed Darby has carried same four silver dollars in his pocket. The dollars, first he ever earned, have worn to about half their original size and the lettering has long since become unreliable.

The edges of all four have worn sharp. There were five of the silver says Darby, but one was lost last fall. MORE CABINS THAN HOMES WEST HAMPTON. N. this New Hampshire village has more overnight cabins than homes.

-LOANS. TO PAY INCOME TAXES Borrow all or part of your March 15th tax instalment on Household's simple plan. No endorsers needed -no credit inquiries of friends or relatives. If your year's tax is $100, you borrow $25 on March 15th and repay in 3 monthly instalments of $8.85. Thus the loan cost is only $1.55.

If you need $75 and repay in 3 monthly instalments the cost is just $4.62. 28 page "Income Tax Guide' Ask for it. FREE Cash Choose a monthly payment plan Leon You 12 Get paymis paymis paymis paynts 25 8.85 6.73 50 17.69 13.46 6.43 5.03 75 26.54 20.20 13.86 9.65 7.55 100 35.38 26.93 18.48 12.87 10.07 125 44.18 33.53 08 16.06 12.36 150 52.98 40.31 27.66 19.33 15.04 200 70.33 36.78 25.56 19.96 250 88.08 66 97 15.89 21.87 300 1103.62 80.29 55.00 38.16 29.76 Payments include charges at Household's rate of per month on that part of a balance not exceeding $100, and per month on that part of a balance in excess of $100. This rate is less than the lawful maximum on loans of more than $100. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Corporation ANN ARBOR 903 First National 9th Fl.

S.E.cor. S. Main E. Washington N. C.

Downs, Mgr. Phone: 2-4441 Loans Made in Nearby Tours LIVESTOCK Livestock Detroit, Mar. 3 Choice fed steers, $13.25 13.50; com mon grassy steers, $13.00 down; Beef cows, cutter cows sausage bulls, from $13.50. Calves: good and choice grades. $18.50: common and medium grades, $15-18, Hogs: Good to choice butchers scaling 180 250 lba, late at stags, $13.25 13.50; sows, 814.50-14.73.

Sheep: Choice natire tamba 316.50-16.75; medium to good lambs. 815.50 16.50; common throwouts 87-14. Poultry Detroit, Mar. 5 Broilers 27130: fryers, 29c: roast ers stags, capons 36-37e; hens 231, cocks, ducks, 261ge; turkeys, 33-34c Detroit Cash Grain Detroit, WHEAT -No. $1.62.7 BARLEY- Malting range, 14.5 moisture, feeding.

89c. Butter and Eggs Detroit, Mar. 5 BUTTER-45-46c. EGGS--Whites U. S.

Extras (Grade Al. large, 40-41e; medium, 38c; U. S. Standards (Grade B), large, medium, 35- 87c; Browns, U. 8.

extras, (grade A), large, 38-39c. Vegetables Detroit, Mar. 3 BEETS- bu. RED CABBAGE- -No. 1, $1.50 1.73 CABBAGE- No.

1, bu. CARROTS -No. 1. bu. CELERY ROOTS--No.

1. bu. ONIONS- dry, fancy, $2.25 50-lb. sack. No.

1, No. $1.50. PARSNIPS--No. 1, POTATOES- No. 1, 100 lb.

sack; No. 2, Fruits Detroit, Mar. 5 APPLES- Baldwing, No. 1, Delicious, No. $1.75 2.00 No 2.

81.50 Scintosh. fancy, No. 1, No. 2. Greenings, No.

1. Snows, fan. cy, $1.35 No. 1, No. 2, 50-75c Northern Spies, No.

1, No. 2. Jonathans, No. 1, bu. SOLDIERS CALL 'EM "SEEPS" CAMP ROBERTS, First the Army jeep sprang into prominence, followed by the peep and the creep.

A fourth vehicle now has Joined the family at Camp Roberts--the This was the nickname tacked 011 the amphibious jeeps by Camp Roberts soldiers as the sea-going cars ar. rived at this post. (Ypsilanti Farm Bureau; GRAIN Wheat (bu.) Barley (cwt.) 1.85 Rye (bu.) .75 Oats (bu.) .63 car corn (cwt.) 1.33 Buckwheat (cwt.) 1.86 Grocery) Eggs, strictly fresh (doz.) .11 Cabbage (bu.) 1.65 Carrots (bu.) 1.73 Onions (bu.) 1.13 Apples (bu.) 2.25-2.50 Parsnips 1.83 Turnips (bu.) 1.50 SHE ONLY WINKED 108 ANGELES. nicipal Judge Byron Walters has ruled that a woman's wink is capable of meaning so many is worthy of legal investigation. Dr.

R. 0. Ferguson, called in to examine the sobriety state of Mrs. Carroll McCalla Humphries, arrested on a charge of drunken driving, testified that when he asked her if she had been drinking, she just said nothing, but winked at him. The Judge held that this was suffletent to hold her for trial TO CONTROL BLACK MARKET Lansing.

-Prentiss M. Brown, OPA administrator. informed Gov. Kelly, Thursday in an appeal for in 11.3 control, that the "Michigan black market in meat is hampering Uncle Sam's efforts feed soldiers and supply lend-lease requiremente. Brown asked that Michigan citizens give whole-hearted support to rationing controls and refrain from purchasing meat slaughtered outside lawful channels or sold at illegal prices.

A FLAKO PIE Make food go MEAT PIES. war-time meals and by topping more appetizing meat cuts, left-overs, thriftier etc. with a vegetables, golden crust of Flakeo. roll crisp, water, stir and Just add out. muffins are ideal needed.

Use for breakCorn sugar or cream fast. No FLAKORN CORN MUFFIN MIX Buy US Wor Bonds CARS WANTED Buy or Sell DORAN'S 15 E. Mich Ph. 1401 THE OLD JUDGE "Looks like a pretty expensive cigar you've the street to my office where I had some got there, recent F. B.

I. figures in my desk drawer. "Yesiree, it's a real good one, Bill. Won Why, on the average, those three states it from Chris down at the cigar store yes- have a worse crime record than the whole terday. He got pretty positive in a dis- rest of the country.

And there's a good cussion we had and I had to take him up sound reason for it, Bill. There's no such on it. Bet me three good cigars to my one thing as a dry community. It's only a questhat the three states that still have pro- tion of whether liquor is sold legally or ilhibition have less crime than the other legally. And when it's sold illegally it means states.

Well, all I had to do was step across bootleggers, gangsters and more crime." Conference of Alcoholic Beverage Industries, Ine..

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