Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 26, 1950 · Page 30
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Grains Higher Market Active CHICAGO, Oct. 26. (#)--Grain raced upward in active dealings o the board of trade today. Three buying waves swept Int - the pit. The last one came in th closing 15 minutes, sending price 'to new peaks, for the day. The clos was Just about;on the top. All^corn contracts made-new sea sonal highs, as-did July oats ani July soybeans.'Th'e latter graia had to overcome .persistent 'iprofit-tak ing, but moved ahead' with th general market,' i . A boost tomorrow. Iry.dornestl' flour prices, prospects of heavj .exports to drought stricken Yugo slavla and persistent, -but uncon firmed! rumors that Chinese Com munlsts .were fighting in North Korea created much of the demand for cereals. ' Wheat closed :%-3% higher, De comber $2.26%-%: corn was 2%-2»i higher, December Sl.51%-%; oats were %· to l.cent higher, Decembei 84-84%; rye was 2y v 2% higher, De cember S143%r soybeans were 2 to ZVi. higher, November $2.55, and'Jard was 5 cents lower to 15 cents a hundred pounds higher, November $13.17 to $13.40 CHICAGO, Oct. 28. UV- Opon High Low Close Whom Dee 2.23% 2,2611 2.23V, S.26!i-',4 M»r 2.W, 2.31- 2.!8!i S.31 May .... 2.281'4-tt 2.3014 S.281i 2.30V.-14 July .... 2.15^ 2.18 2,15?i 2.18 Corn .Dec 1.49-40H 1.51% 1.48V, '1.51%-% Mar 1.52U 1.54?i 1.51T. 1.541fc-'.i May .... 1.54U-1J 1.501!, 1.53% 1.5611 July ,,..1.51 1,3814 1.5314 l.JGli Oats · Dec. .,..' .8314 .641'. .83 ,64-841i Mar 82% .83-ii .82% ,83T. May .... .BOH-14 .B11' 4 .801'. .Blli-H July 70H- .70% .7614 .16% Rye , 1.41H 1.44 l.« . 1.4714 1.50H 1.47H Deo. May July Nov. Jan. Mar. May i July. Nov. Dec. Jan. Mar. M»y ·Soybean ,. 2.52-41 3.58% .. 2.5514-U 2.ed!i .. 2.5714 2,03 .. 2.58%-14 2.04H .. 2,50-58 2.04% Lord ..13.30 33.40 33.17 ,.H'.!0 14.25 13.97 ,,14.17 14.22 14.00 ..14.25 14.40 14.20 ..14.35 14.55 .14.3S 2.50 t 2!s5ib 2,57 2.5714 l.«tt 1.50 1.1114 2.5514-55 2.5S14-38 2.6114-60', 2.6214-62 2.62!!i 13.27-30 14.10 14JI5 14.42 Livestock CHICAGO, Oct. 20. (*)--Hogs continued their gentle decline in the livestock yards today. The market starlet! out slow with commission house men holnlr-g out for ntcady prlcc.1. Later, when quotations were marked down around 13 cents the trading pjieq picked up and all offerings were taken. \ Tht cattle innrkct remained glutted with the heavy steers carried over from yester.' day. They were offered at yesterday'! final prices, down around 50 cents from the previous day, and some sold at that level, . i . (USDA)--Salable hogs 0,000; steady to 15 cenU lower both butchers and sows; top 19.40; most good and choice 160-230 Ib. butchers 10,25-10.33; 160-170 Ibs. 18.50-19.00; Kood and choice sows tinder 400 Ibs. 18.0019.00; 400 to 000 Ibs. 10.00-18.00. Enloblc cattlo 3,000; calves 400; slow; yearlings, -light steers and hoUers. steady to weak; cows and bulls opened steady; later tr«d« on cows weak to iully 25 lower: bulls 25 to 50 lower; vealcrs steady; good to low choice 1,250 to 1,400 Ib. steers 28,55-30,00; Hood nnd choice'steers nnd yearlings 1,225 Ibs. down 30,00-32.00;'. good and choice heifers and , mixed yearlings 30,00-31.50; medium to low good kinds SS.00-29,73; B few good cows 21,50-22.30; common nnd medium bocf cows 10.25-2i.2fi; canners and cutters 15.50-19.00; medium good sausage bulls 24.50-27,00;. medium to choice vealcrs 28.0034.00. New York Stock List Stocks--weak; general selling ti i Bonds--lower; rails lead decline. Cotton--steady; - commission house-demand. Wheat--strong; except increase in domestic flour sales. Corn--strong; -exg'orts to Yugoslavia expected. Oats--firm; .followed corn - higher. · · Soybeans--firm;, heavy profit-taldng absorbed. Hogs--steady to 15 cents lower^ top '$19.40. v Cattle--slow; mostly steady t o - ' Abbot L Acme Steel Adoms:Exp Adrnirol'Corp AirReduct Alaska Jim Aldcns 14 M ',D;: 11 251S D ' 12 23V D: ._ 101 2914 Dl! B 214 D li Dl Ex-Ccll-O PalrbMor: Pajardo Sue Federal D Str Firestone Firth Cp« Fiintkote Allcghany Corp 52 3 D It Florida Pow ' " ------ "-' Alleghany'pf Alleg L Steel Allied Chem Allied Mills Allied Sirs Allls Chnl Am Agr Ch Am Airlines Am Bank Note Am Broadcast AmCbl'Rad Am Can '-;;-'Am Car P Am Cyan Pow Am Gas Sc El Am Homo Pd Am Loco 2 41 45 4 32 41 5 115 7 65 48 13 22 1M 11 27' 4a 54 1014 D2H Dlli 37 5514 291. D '.'4 401. D '.', 35=,4 Dl 50% Dili '11 D 'D li Follans Steel FoodMach Frecport Sul Frueh Tra Gair (Robert'j GarWood Ind Gaylord Cont Gen Am Tran Gen Bale icn Cablo ;en Elec Gen Foods · 3 4514 Dl 19 24", D 'A 19 4131-131! 12 701i : D2 11 13=.i D = BO 241i Dl 7 n"- D ; 29 184 Dl 14 32 D17» D liiNYNHiHart NY Sta EG Nc-ma Elec- 5 37 105 26 13 n .3014 Dl!i «',i D.JJI 31=,4 Dl 9=1 D3!a 214 D It 501i D '.i Gen Pub Ut 81 -jail'D SOU Dili Gen Beai tit 21 7'.4.D ID 5 . D =J 43, D », 23% D- 3 ! 52\ D '10 2 7 , 814 D-'.i 'S3 48=i D ·.', 21.48 D174 8 57=i D ii 590 501J NorlWest No Am'Avia No Amer Co No Not Gas Nor Pac Nor Sta Pw NorthwAlrl- OhloEdls Ohio Oil Oliver Cp Omnibus OtisIHcv- . 23»i D 11 Hit X 14 49% D-J/4 141i D-?i 17=8 D =i '32l4 D'^i 102 25% Dllk 27 ,10i »''.» ' Bond Market Shows Decline NEW YORK, Oct. "26. .m--De- clines of, fractions to around 2 points held a big lead in the bond market today. .'The list was-a bit slow In veering to the "'downside after, a broad- sloe of selling'hit the stock, market, but sellers eventually got around to unloading 'bonds as well as sto.cks and losses were quickly established -in all major, groups. Among active losers were American Telephone 3%s, Baltimore Ohio 5s, Central of Georgia 30',i D =i 39. -Dl}', 24=4 Dl D !S Owens 111 Gl xd 15 P Pac Gas El 40 Pac Light" 32 341'j'D - i Pac Mills' Pan Tin Con 22 4514 Aii 14 Jsard M 108 i Am'WAirw87 16',= Dl',4 Am M Fdy, 31 14 D Am Metal 18 41', Dl% Am PW LT 104 ' 17?i D ','4 Am Had St S 58, Am Saf Raz 28 Am Seating 3 Am Smelt 33 Am Stl Fd n 3l!i Dltt! Gran Paige Am Sugar 5 541i D iij Oranby Mln Am Tel Tel 64 151 Dl ] ct N · Ir Ore D ','· ,7Vs D "A 43ii D "A Gen Shoe , 3 33 D - = 4 Gen S'Cas PI .30 116 D V' Gillette Glmbcl Bros Gocbel Brew Goodrich -. ' 25 49»i D ?» . 6551 D2',i Goodyear ' 3l!i Dltt! Gran Paige 39 J8J 14 28 12 10 32 IJ4 D 1« D ',3 IPanh FR.N Param Pict Park Utah ParJtc Dav Patlno Mln Penney (JC) Penn Pw Lt- 27 ; M',i Am Tobacco Am Viscose Am Woolen Am Zinc Anacon Cop And Prl Oil Armco Stl Armour Co 124 Assd Dry G 13 Atchlnson Atl Cst Lino Atl Kcfln Atlas. CF Avco Mfg D4',i 22 C 73 31?i Dili -28 14)i D ?t 111 30 Dl 105 32 Dl 197 44',» D214 lOla D =4 IB^i D V, .Greyhound '123 10 D : Gt Nor Hy Pf 54 Gt West Sug 11 15% D I/a 4231 Dl 13 Grum Airc En 23 3l?S D.lj, Guanlan Sug Gulf Mob O 54 36 76 7 38 39' 5 Ifl 3?i D li 91. %li 71i D Ib Unlisted Securities · Publiih«d by the NASD , , At of Noon, N«w York Time BANKS «nd TRUST COMPANIES Bid -Asked Bank of Douglas ($2,!OV 59 «3 First National Bank ($1.50) 31 Phoenix Title Trust Co. (»);. 100 Valley National Bank (J TO) .. .. 15'« 1S!S UTILITIES. 1BH 12iz 33% Arizona Edison (11) 1714 Central Arizona LIghr(S.80) 1W4 Mississippi Hiver Fuel (12) 32% Public Service N. M. (*! -. 1614 Southern Union Gas (f 80) 2014 Texas East.'Transmission (»!),.. IV'.i Tucsnn Gas Light (*1.40)- .. 2014 DOW JONES AVKKA;ES Closing average* Turmihed by Oow Jo i Co. throuoh E. F. Hutton * Co..,'mi b«ri-of t n t New York stock- Exchano«. · Ind Raili Utn ttck, 30 20 IS i 85 THURSDAY 226.65 65.7» 40.28 81.45 Affiliated Fund Boston -Fund Broad St.-Investing 18.50 20.00 Chemical Fund 17.40 1881 Dividend 'Shares',.........;....., -1-.63.- I.BO Eaton.it Howard '.(balanced),',.'. 28.84 30.83 Eaton It Howard stock) .'..'..... 19.33 Fundamental: Investors ;;,,. 16.80 Incorporated Investors- 27.53. Investment;Co.- of America .......10.84: Mass. Investors Trust --..- 31.37 Nat. Investors . 1048 Nat. Securities (stock) 5.53 Nat. Securities" (speculative).... 3.56 Television Fund 12.30 Consolidated Edison convertible,','. Northern Pacific 5s and St. Louis- San Francisco 4%s. A few issues Holding small advances included St, -Paul Union Depot 3%s and Virginia Electric power 2%s. , ThP bank eligible U. S. treasury bonds slipped a very small frac- '?i2-«|tion in over-the-counter trading. ««" SIH The foreign dollar-list followed 12 S'a^bjtlie'cimet trend;:of domestic issues BE Pepsi Cola Petrol Cp PieiMer Br Phclps Dod 175 200 5 33' 34 25(4 D 141 with "Australian Tissues;-off a iiiTi D v, and Canadians up a fraction. lime 18Ti D 8',i D ',i .15% D 3 ,i 22 D ',i 57% D1H '33. 2fl',i A % l Phlla Elec Phil Hd C I 32 15 li D li Phllco Philip Mor 22 GuH Oil' H 57 77 a% Di Phillips Pet 17!i D i,i Pit Plate Gl 31 B 24 Halliburton ,,, _,,., ,Harb Walker « g ? Hayes F« 1)1 il H1U rm Bald Loco Bait Ohio inlt Ohio ] Barber Oil Barker Bros teatrlce Fds 3cndlx Avln Sendlx Horn Ap Benguct Mng 51 ist Co 9 Jest Foods 3 eth Steel 359 IgeSan 2.4.0 36 .law Knox 17 Hss (E. W.) =8 ocing Airp 51 oelng Airp =1E 78 orclen 1.80E 9 orn Warn rldg Brass riegs Mfg rlstol My klyn Un Col rown Bg ucy Erie udd Co url Mills urr Add M utler Bros uttc Cop Hilton Hot Holland Furn Homestake Houd Hersh. 1314 D IS Househ Fin 141t D oi Houston- Oil SO'.i ,Dl?i Howe Sound 43=.4 D214JHud Bay M 29ii,D » 353b D 1: 45=,i D21: IHl D =,: 131',' D 1! 35% D 1: 38 44 35 5 1 24 39 278 45 64 42 67 D2H 12'i D = 31'.i D =., 26'.i D g j j Hupp Corp D * HI Cent 111 Power Indpls P L Indust Kay Inland Stl · Inspir Cop Interlake Ir Int .Bus Men 'Int Harv . Int Nlclc Int Paper Int Silver Int Shoe Int Tel Tel 37 14 D W 131i D li KANSAS.^CITY, Oct.-.St." W-- CUSDAl- Cattlo salable 800; calves salable 200; trade littlo moro, than a cleanup affair; price; little changed: scattering common and medium beef cows 19.00-21,50; good cows 21.30-22.50; caracrs nnd cutters 15.00-18.75; Jew sh«lly -Individuals doivn to 13.0D; bulls scarce, few 24.25 down; ,vealer top 31.00; medium .find good killing calves 23.00-23.00. Hoga salable 1,800; active, mostly 10*15 higher; good and choice 200-200 Ibs. m.23-50; practical top 13,50 on choice 200-230 Ibs.; good and choice 170-190 Ibs. '18.75-10.25; iteocly «t J7,50-!3.7,V stags 10.30 down. · illahan'Z alum Hec an Dry anad Pao aro PL asc (JI) uterpll Tra. clnricse eslotex c n S W er DC Pas crt-Tccd les Ohio ilcac'o Cp h M Sp Pac 171i D li 24 I 137. D 1/4 13',1 D 6!i D 10'/ a D : 18!!:. D 45 D2?i 82 3G3! Dili Kii D '.i 4!i D /4 1',4 Dl=,i 2',4 D '4 C h M S p i P p I 70 44 Chi Pn Tool ,33114 Chi HI Pac 40 .,43=4 Dl% Childs Co LOS ANGELES. Oct, 28. (JV-(FSMN)-- Cattie salable 1,000; supply largely cows: moderately active: fully steady; load medium Brahma steers 27.50: load good heirer type cows 24.50: medium and good cows 22.00-U4.00; common 20.00-21.50; canners nnd cutters 17.00-20.00; mostly 18.00 up: medium nnd good sausage bulls 25.00-27,50; good around 900 Ib.'feeder'stecrs 27,50-23,30; common and medium stocfc cowsi 19,25. Calves salable 200; active on light supply ·laughter offerings; fully steady; £:* medium and low choice vealers 2.dO-33,00; medium and good slaughter calves 27.0031.00; few 350 ibs. -32.00; common 'nnd medium 22.50-26.50; some stockcrs unsold. Hogs salable 2Cu; generally steady: good ·nd cholco 190 to 230 Ibs. 22.00-22.25; medium 210 Ibs. 20.00: 231 Ibs. also 20.00; medium and good sows 17.50-10,25. Spotlight Stocks NEW YORK. Oct. 28.. (m-- Sales, closing price and net change of the fifteen most He live stocks today. Gen'Motors U S Steel, .,,., Chryilcr ' Beth Steel ,, Mo Ken Tex pf Int .Tel Tel N Y Central ......... Socony Vac Graham Paige Radio Corp Budd Co Repub Steel Murray Corp Sunray Oil Jones Lau Steel. .. ,, 59,100 5011 D li .. 38,400 .40"!, .. 44.000 '771i: D 3Tt ,. 37:500 '"' .. 24,300 ,. 25,500 .. 33,600 ..31,100 .. 30.500 .. 29,100 ., 28,900 .. 23.4CO .. 24,300 .. 23.200 .. 22.300 41',! 40 ','4 17'/4 1715 . 22T, D D H! D li D D D D D D 11, D 'i 'D 'i D 2 J , W E A T H E R Forecast for Tucson and vicinity:-* Variable Matt cloudiness , tonight and Friday. Temperatures unchanged. Highest temp, yestcj'day : ,,, Highest temp, year-ngo ...',..'..,... High record this date (1031) ,,.,,........ Low temp, yesterday Low temp.-year a g o - . . . 59 Low record this date (1008; ....,..; 33 Mean temp, yesterday .....'.";....... 73 Meaii temp, yearngo-, ..r ;-. 61 Normnt temp, thjs .date ,. 0! Humidity 5:30 p.m. yesterday 20S - ,- 5:30 a.m. today ·; , 45S IVCoonrlse ... 0:01 p.m. Moonset... 7:23 a.m Sunrise - ... 6:36a.m. Sunset .... 5:40 p.m, Data for 24 hours ending at 5:30 a.m. (Tucson time) Albuqurqu* Pt.Cldy SE 11 81 32 ., AU«m» Smoke N S 78 51 .., Bluing Cloudy W 4 68 58 .., Chrysler CIT Finan Clove El in Climax Mo Clinton Fd Cluctt Peab Coca Cola Colg Palm Collins Alfc Colo F Ir Col Gas Col Pict Coml Cred Coml Solv Cormv Edls Con Coppcrm Con Edis Cons N Gas Cons Vultee 50 12 435 77 ii D3r. 35 47?. D1H ID 411i Dl 110 2411, Dl 20 28' I)l» 3 12515 Dl! 2 441/4 D = Consum Pw Container Cont Can Cont Mot Cont Oil ·' . Copper Hng Corn Prod Crane Co Creamer Am Crown, Cork Crnwn Zell Crucible Stl Cub Am Sug Cudahy Pk Curtis Pub Curtlss Wr Dayt PL Deere Co Del Hud ' Ifllti D 5 ,'c 12?i D IB 121i D 3. SOU Dl 13% D =,i 's '* D 1,1 29li D !i D Vb D 1.4 D !b Dl 36!i D 71 7la D !-. 78'i D la 20 D ?k C6!i D 'i D C2 10 25 0 25 22? 18 38! 23 12 0 35 IS 54 6 41 10 50 6D Stt Dili!Pit Scr Ic B jPlttston Co Plymouth Oil Press Steel Car Proct Cam Pub Sv E G Publlck Ind Pullman Pure Oil Purity Bk 44 j Dl 56'A Dili 73',i Dl'/ s D15i 8J'j D 27 Dili 313» A »,s 27 Dl 6«J D =1 14 D '/. 22?l Dl D =i D ?i Dl% Dl Radio Corp 16 3 ,a D ^IRemRand 33n D ?i iSco Motors JKepub Avia Repub Pict Kepub St] Revere C B Hcxnll Drug Rcy Tob Richfield Oil Rob Fulton Interest D Str Intertyp Jewel Tea Johns Man Jones L Joy Mfe 45 48 ! ,i D1 3 ,4 17 32^4 3 28 li D H ": 53 Dl 19 5214 D 7« 14 17H D ',h 70 lC7i D Vt 7 21C!i D4 38 115 89 11 5 345 II 2 35 33 37 15 .10 49 Dl',4 99 11=1 D '/a 22 221n Dl% : 46?i D -% 20lt D li I7H D »k 7?t D V, 11 D li 16 D ;; Ill's A V, 3% D li 41% BIT, 281i Dl 6',i D I: 42 A ':. 45 D ':. 18 D ?i -4 ;' St Jos Lead , 4 , r - + T rf -Cl n F 18 38 12 S79 73 135 .10 67 41 3 29 18 80 172 35'i D =1 45 Dl',1 IG'.i D '.1 . n j,'|Savase Arms .g ;?!SchenleyInd n r l S c a b A l H H 2u?|ScabFlnan. D1; 10', D 18;i 163 33H Dl=a 34 38»J Dili 6 1714 D li 71 5314 D ?S Kan City Sou Kan Pw Lt Kqnnecott Kern C Land · Krcsge (SI Kress (SH) Kroger Co ] Laclede Gas ' Lambert Lehigh CKT Leh Port C -eh Val Coal Lehman Cp Lerner Str Lib O F Class Lib McN L. 35 21G 24 i 24 3 65 34 5 C 10 70 65 D2',i 42- Dli'4 411/z D3'/n 28',1 D V, . D : D : D '· 6D',VDni 40=4 .D% 531/4 D % 71% Dl! i D i' Dll 21 9 4da,t D = 5 2 10 53-Ji Dll 4 22ii C5 3514 D 5 44 8!'. D 1 Lion Oil Liquid Carb Jockh Airc joew's Inc ne St Cem !.orillard |^}U I^ash Lowenstein 10!i D J2 3814 O », IS 17=1, D ,.DI D 1 301.4 17 M 2514 D i: 42=5 Dll: 3J-J D ',, Mack Trucks Mocy (R H) lopper :O11 leMld Marsh Field Martin (G LI Say Dept Str Maytag flcCrory Str McGraw El Mclntyr P IBcXci R McLcll Str ilcad Corp " ista Moch Miami Copper :6ntPet D =1 , Dl 3»',i 10 106 29 2 7 40 _ _ 2 1114 D iillMlddle S Ut 24 157j D ijjMlnnHoneyw 18 42% D =4JMlnn Mol 60 293,4 Dll'dl^Nssion Cp 4 18',i D »i| Mission DV TM 10 D =ii M o Kan Te t s?i D 51 M° KanTcxPf 41 145i D 14 19 33 21 25!! 44 15»,4 D ',', 15 Bit 40 914 « 29!i 10 14»i 3 57 2' 5 C 1 | Serve! Sham O GG G Sharon Stl Shell Oil Simmons Co Sinclair Oil Smith (AO) SoconyVac Sou Am GP Sou Caco EG Sou Cal Edis Southern Co South Pac South F.y Sparks With Sperry Spiegel Std Brands StdGE$4Pf Std Oil Cal Std Oil Ind Std Oil NJ Std Oil Ohio Std St SpB Stevens (J P) Stew "Warn Stoke ,Van C Stone Web Studebakcr Sunray Oil Sunshine Bis Sunshine Mn Swllt Co Swift Intl Sylv El Pd Sym Gould ; .1 Texas Co Tex Gulf Prod Tex Gulf Sul Tex Pac L Tr Textron Thompson Pd i D W 28U D ?i 32»'» Dl . SO"/, D3»i 32'/, D 154 ·*»',. D .',! 4 321J, D114 351i D =4 ·46 3 ,4 D 3 ,4 51 I 303; I 3 2214 D 14 25 D114 4714 D 14 15% D !4 176 122 9!i D ','4 15 30^1 D !i 26 55!i D2M Del Lack W. '.-' 81 · 12 ,38!i Dlii Den HEW DctEdls'- ·· DIst Cp Seng Dome Mines Doug Airc. Dow Chem Dresser Ind Du Pont E Eagle Plch East Air L Eastm Kod Eaton Mfg V EllcoPd 21 Auto Lite Elect Boat Elliott Co y Paso N Gas 2mcr £1 RT Emer, Had it P Empire D El , D : :i 12 34=1 D171 231i A 14 251.4 D V, MI/I jj Sj 80 Dl «7ii Dili ,'! End John "|ErlcRR 8014 D1 3 ,S S W»k D S 44 ISJi D r, 30 46 D =,h 12 38 Dl'l 0 'Mli'-D H 27 441'a'Dl?; 13- 17 D.IJ 13 21», D f, 26 23i, D Is 13 10 D »i 193 18 D 14 2 167i D 11 8 30 D li 134 '15',4 D V, 26 12 D 14 Mo Pac Pf Monsam Chem Moritg -Ward Motor Pd Mot Wheel Motorola Mullins Mfg Murray Cp S Nash Kclv Nat Auto F Nat Avlat Nat Blsc Nat Can Nat Cash Reg Nat city Lin Nat Cont Nat Dairy Pa Nat Dept Str Nat Dlstlii Nat Gypsum Nat Lead Nat Steel Nat SUP Natomas Newbcrry (J7) New Eng El Newmont M Newpt N Shljj NY Central' NY Chi Stl 1614 D 36 D 13% D V, 615.' Dl?i 12%-D 51 W, D V, 4014 DP,4 81'a D 14 64 1 ,: D 5i , D % i D 100 17 13 30 35 13 MS D f,i T. D '· D : D ; 16 4114 Dili " 871, D 1! »?i t) li 9 52 41 9 l!7i D =1 119 24=4 DHt 75 1714 D li 15 50li Dili 11 469J D % 8 9ij D 1/4 3 38=4 D V, 16 11li 3 85 D3 17 32=4 D Vt 327 -614 D i 2 1C5 D7 4^4 D ! T!4 D Railroad bonds- received the most attention'in the domestic list.;--. The losers included'Boston and Maine 4s',-Jersey Central. 3%s, New- York Central 4s and New Haven 4s. Standard Oil of New Jersey. 2%s were up a fraction as .were Shell Union 2 a /*s, Pennsylvania .Railroad 5s and "Phillips Petroleum, convertible -2% s. · ' . .New financing centered around an offering of 150,000 shares-of Illinois Power. Co. $50 par value 4.26 per cent cumulative preferred stock. . , i. j i An underwriting group headed jointly by ·Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, iFenner. and Beane and the First Boston Corp. made the offering with the stock priced at $51 a stare plus accrued dividends. Public Records CITY COURT ' P a u I J . Cell", Maoistratc .Albert Mazon Jr.. petty larceny, »30 or 30 .lays. JUSTICE COURT Paul J, Howsare, Precinct 1 · Clark H. Johnson, Precinct Z Richard House, reckless driving, con- - L ^H Larson illegally crossing, a divided hlEhwaV-^continued to. Nov. 22 ior Jury MeeaHlard, rape, continued to v,r, uc Robertson, permitting. «n automobile-to be operated by another person "legally, $50 or 10 days. ' ..LeRoy Bragg, .iaflure. to P«vlde p « minor child, continued_to__pct. M I _ J ^ 181/4 .INVESTMENT TRUSTS- 18 « 29.76 Dry Goods NEW YOHK. Oct: 28. (JP)--The cotton textile market was steadier today. - .The tishtenlng of available resale print cloths stimulated a more active demand for first quarter delivery, with fairly good sales ' " The popular-80 _^ _ 17 3 ,4 cents a yard for prompt delivery in the resale market. The wool goods -market, was ilrm but quiet. ' . - / Rayon goods were dull So far as spot business was concerned. * reported for .that period. Thi square print cliths sold at 2"',5 Metal Market NEW YORK, Oct. 28. (Ft--Spot nonfcrrous metal prices today: Copper 24 /= cents a pound, Connecticut valley. Lead 16 cents n pound, New York. Zinc 17!i cents o pound, East SVLouis. 'Tin-n,18V a pound, New York. Tory Wins Seat In Parliament GLASGOW, Scotland, Oct. 26. JP) Britain's Conservatives won yesterday in a special election regarded as a trend indicator, but it won't shift the balance in the house of commons. The winner fills the vacancy caused by the death of another Conservative. .The Tory candidate, J. R. Hutchinson, won a seat in commons for Scotstoun district in Glasgow by a 1,319-vote margin over Ms Labor party opponent. Freight MarJtefJS Firmest Since May, '49 LONDON, Oct. 26. (#) -- The Korean war. has created a keener demand for ships to carry essential commodities, with tie result that freight markets are now at their firmest position since May, 1949, the chamber of shipping reported. ,The freight index number for September went up to 89 per cent of the 1943 average." In May, 1949, it was 99.7 per cent of the 194S average. A particularly firm market for tramp .steamers is for the carriage" of ore and phosphate from 'the Mediterranean to : Britain, 'the Chicago Butter CHICAGO.' Oct.. M. OT-BuU«r receipts 425,623 cues: wholewie Mllinf prices unchanged to one cent lower; AA 61 , score 63.5; A 9! 82.5; B «0, «O.S; C M.'M; ears B.90 «1.25; C 8R S8. *· Egm top firm, balance rtttdy; ncdplaw 7.909, wholesale, selling prie-ei ,unch«ntedv to five cents higher; U. S. ectrmt M to ·»;· U. S. standards 38 to 40;-current r««!p1«« ·32 to 33 dirties to: check* 2S. »· TJve poultry; market ·unsettled:' receipt! 31 loads; f.o.b. paying prices unchanged to one cent lower; lieaw hens S3 to TJ.S; light hens 20.5 to-21;-router* 28 to 31: fryers M to 31; old roosters 19,to 19.5; ducklings It, The final results: Hufchmson,|United States and ,northern 'Euro- 18,494; William Bargh (Labor), 1-7,175;, and David Gibson (Independent Labor), 680. The vacancy was caused by the death of Sir.-Arthur-:-Youngs who won- the.seat for the Conservatives in. the general elections last February by a margin of only 239 votes. tiff filed a motion for nonsuit. Atty..Udall Pace said he^yas unable to ; locate the chief witness to an accident whicl; killed Julius Pedry last Christmas. - J.udge Kelly allowed the motion arid dismissed the "jury. 0?i D !4 29 D li 20 11 li D li « 24',i D li 40 75^4 D 14 38 57 . D IS 87 84',4 01% 32'/ 8 D =4 24',. D M, -S. Bonuez. failure to 'provide for minor children, continued to Nov. 29.. ,, Ben F. Alexander, failure to-provide for ·y minor children, continued to Dec, 5.' SUPERIOR COURT J. Mercer Johnson/pjvlilon 1 Lee Garrett, Divilion 2 Rufus Jones vs. Carrie B. Pinkley el v.r t r^?i? 1 'c r1 o s b t v t vs q H. ! Russeil Burch et ux Wright Shoes, Inc.. complaint 'for $606.55. ' Abcllno Monarres vs. Carmen rca 40 D '·? complaint .in forcible entry and detainer. 16!. D .«, M^ Soto : Atidclo . vs.- Elvira- Coronad, ' 1CV, JJ .'.i Maria So i a : Atldclo . vs.- Elvira- l-oronauu Wl'a D.lb de Mo ntIJo, et nj, Judsment. to-plaintiff: · 20li D =1 Merr iu J. Dumont et al vs. Joseph J. 32 Dl!a -nrtuhol pt -ux. settled out of · court. Dl 15»4 D ' 55 · Dl 33 97i D ; 18 38=4 D : 2 14 108 189 58 29 36 29 22 2 37 24 A i; 3\, D V 74 3 ,, Dili . Rovbal et ux, settled out of ! court. Johnny vaUejo, burglary, two year suspended sentence. DIVORCES Nlr.a ,A. Stanley vs.'Ralph W. Stanley, complaint. ' y . Jeanne Kcim Lebovltz vi. Morris Lebovitz. complaint. Estlc'A: Trompke vs. Leoaa A. Trompke, complaint. 22',i Dl i Jaclc Howard MUIcr vs. Marian Miller, 83'/» DJ14I decree. 13'iD'J M A R R I A G E LICENSES . $9' Di' Belle D. Hall, Clerk 3IU D ' » i [ Charles J. Treat, 23. -Arizona, and A. TimkDctAx 33 I8!i D =i.|LariencVMo£fett..21. Arizona. TlmkSBear is 41 D2 Trar.s W Air 23 _17',i D =4 Transamer TrI Cont Cp Twenty C Fox 63 23 10 D D »i D 'A, "union Bag P Un Carbide Un Oil Cal Un Pac Unit Air Lin Unit Airc Unit Blsc . Jnited Corp Unit Fruit- Unit Gas Cp 35=i DIVi Jim BeTiefield, 18,' Tucson, and Janet Warren, 16, Tucson. FBI Arrests Ma'n In 'Voice' Blaze WASHINGTON,/''Oct; , 26. .(U.B-- The. justice department today announced the arrest-of a 3S-year-old former mental patient on..changes of dynamiting the Voice of-America transmitters: at Mason^ Ohio, last Sept. -17... .; .. ' '-'. It said that FBI agents arrested Herman Floyd-Kinner of Wilmington, Ohio, at El Paso, Tex,, Jast night. The department said Kinner admitted-placing a box of dynamite at the base ; of the transmitters and lighting the fuse. ' Kinner, a carpenter, served in the army from October,-1940,, un til j April. 1941, when, the department said, he received a "discharge other than honorable." Diesel Expert Killed In Train,, Car, Crash QUANAH, Tex^, Oct. 26. (/P)--A Diesel expert died in the tangled wreckage 'of a locomotive yesterday as.rescue workers tried to cut him free with torches. Jack" E. Hollis, about 54, of ·' Ft. Worth · was fatally injured and three other persons hurt when the Ft. Worth Denver City's Gulf Coast Limited smashed into a boxcar on a siding here. He 1 was trapped in such, a way that rescuers not;only could not immediately- free him, but could not determine his injuries. While they worked, however, they heard ·him-speak.-.-'.; - · - " " · " - . : . . ' · . ? · - · ' . Hollis boarded the train .-at Childress to observe the performance of the engine. He was superintendent of electromotive power for the Burlington system. : 16-Ypar-OM Held Far Ke " y after attorneys for the plain- X V T . X eM'^l/W* flKlU I. I/I f i « f!lo^ ., TnntinW fn_ ^r,r,,(» Murder In Aunt's Death , PHOENIX,'Oct. 26. (I?) -- Jimmy Williams, a 16-year-old schoolboy who admitted killing his pretty 29- year-old aunc, has been, ordered held for superior court action on murder char fa es. . " - ' ' ' . Justice Al J. 1 Flood .ordered him remanded to county jail without bond after a preliminary, hearing yesterday, in which the yotith's attorney offered no defense evidence. Mrs. Virginia Langford was beaten to death with a lolling pin in her home.'iei'ei'on Sept. 26. LIX;iL NOTICE O R D I N A N C E NO. 1230 AMENDING -AND CHANGING ZONING DISTRICT BOUNDARIES HERETOFORE ESTABLISHED FOR THE AREA IN THE VICINITY or CITY. LIMITS BETWEEN CAMPBELL AVENUE- AND NOHRIS AVENUE. WITHIN THE CITY OF TUCSON AND REPEALING . ALL OBDJ- NANCES AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OP TUCSON SECTION 1. That . the' zoning district boundaries heretofore, established f o r - t h e area In the vicinity, of- City Limits between Camobell Avenue and Morris. Ave. nue. within the City of Tucson, be and the same are hcrebv amended and changed as shown on the map entitled "Amendment No. 19 By Ordinance No. 1230 of Zoning District Boundaries" hereto attached and by. this reference made a part hereof. A M E N D M E N T HO J2_ Qr C B D I f - t N C C NO Jii£_ OF 10- NINfl OlSTRICr BPUHDAftlCS 'OCT. 2 .1950 _1 : ·BBOADWAr- S %XE'fc SM'T eyWGJlIOMING COMM. j%4^ · *"im ews'R. pean countries. Can't Find Witness, Lawsuit Is Dismissed YUMA,: Oct. 26. .(U.B--A $50,000 lawsuit was dismissed today . b y Superior Court Judge Jienry'-C. f UTBott BalTit Cttfzrn 30', Thuriday Ev.nini, Oct. tf, 1m ' f LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SALE riOTlCI IS HEREBY GIVEN th«t «· Wednesday in* 1.1th amy ol Novtreber, . 1950, »t the nour of eleven o'clock In mr forenoon of that day. »t lh« m«ln dnoi «I the cny Kail In th« Ctt of Tucson. PIOM- Counte. Arizona. 1 will In pnrsunci of,-, Ordinance No 122 of the Orflrannces o| th« Mayor and Councit of the Cltv of Tucson, tell at public auction, to the hlshesl bidder,,., the foliowinr described uarcel of Inns to- 1 ' wit. ·, -"- ·That certain alley situate between LeJ» I ana j IB Bloc* 12-of American Vlll«. v Resuhdivtslon. In the City ol Tutson -Arizona, nt the same sppcars of record IB,., the office · ol the County Recorder at , Pima County, Arirona. in Book S of. Mapf and Plats a1 Pace 10 thereof which said o.irccl of land waa v»c«*«J u a 1 " public alley, under the provision* of uld [ Ordinance No 1224 above referred to, ^ Thp Mayor and.Council reserve the rlcht-- to reject any and «11 bids i · Dated this 9th day of Octoner. !9M. /«/ CAW. M HITT. Seal) Clt.v nierlf^v publish: Oct. ». m. n. a. 13. n. t«. n. n,;.18. 20. 21. 23. 24. 25. 20 27. 28. JOfll. Nov 1. a. 1. 4. 8. 7. 8. 9. 10 II, USO . : . · LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE O R D I N A N C E NO. 1232- AMENDING AND CHANGING ZONING DISTRICT BOUNDARIES HERETOFORE ESTABLISHED FOR THE AREA IN THE VICINITY OF THIRD STREET. AND TYNDALL AVENUE. WITHIN THE cmr OF TUCSON AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES 'AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN 'CONFLICT SERE. WITH BE TT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TUCSON: SECTION 1. That the loplni; district boundaries heretofore established for th« area In the vicinity of Third Street *nd Tvndail Avenue, within the City of Tuc J son. .be and ine same arc herebv:' emended and channed as - shown on the map. .en-" titled. "Amendment No. 20 Bv Ordinance No. 1232 of Zoning District Boundaries" hereto attached nnd by this reference* made a oart hereof. / , . * SECTION - 2 . That parts of Ordinances all: Ordinances and ,,. in: conflict herewith. be and tho same are hereby repealed to the .extent-of ^ny such'conflict. ' : PASSED AND ADOPTED by the- Mayor and - Council oi t^e.Clty of .Tucson." this 2nd dny of October.: 1950.'· ···"- · APPROVED this 2nd day of October EALI /if 1. O. NIEMANN. · Mayor. M.'HITT. - , ' , City Cleric. ' Publish: Oct. 24. 25. 26. 1950. AMENDMENT N0.20BY ORDINANCE NO. 1232 OF ZONING" DISTRICT BOUNDARIES OCT. 2. I95Q THIRD ST. O z R-3 KEY * B-l BUSINESS DISTRICT '~'_l ADJACENT ZONIN9 '" » i B-l EXEC. SIC V PLAN'GJ ZOMN6 C O M M . NLO CD* CITY ttift'R SECTION 2. That all Ordinances. »n'd| parts of Ordinances lii conflict herewith. )e and the same are hereby repealed to the extent of any such · conflict, PASSED' AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and council of the. City of Tucson, 2nd day of October. 1950. _ this APPROVED 1950. (SEAL) thli 2nd .day ol October, /If J. O. NIEMANN, ATTEST Vs/ CARL M. HITT. City Clerk. Publish- Oct. 24.- 25. 2«. 1950. -. JS Gypsum US Rubber EJFiTHS St. Mary'» Hoipltal Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooker, 701 W. Wetaorc, a girl at 9:28 a.m. Oct. 25. .,,, _ ,, Born to Mr, and Mrs. John Ecltzcn. 3669 oi 471,3 D 1,3 z roU j.!h st., a boy at U:24 ajn. Oct. 25. 31 30% Oil., Born to .j Sem an a MrsTjim Shooke, 3717 16 94^, Dn,l E ^ G](:nn a gfcl at 2:38 p.m. Oct. 25.. 91 17J, D ?,| . Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bowser, 3929 34 30!i D- «»ijv Tyr . na n ave ., a girl at 2:57 p.m. Oct. 25. 23!i'D lij Sorn . to jjr. an d Mrs. Tom Y. Glnn, 222 4 IE · 22nd St., a boy at 3:08 p.m. Oct. 25, 64!i D l ' | Borrl to j,ir. and Mrs: Albert F, Krallk, 18=,4 D =,ai52o ^j. oisen ave., a girl at 5:36 p.m. Oct. 25. 1414 D 14 .-Born to Sgt. and Mrs. Howard. Kr.udtson, lOBli D2 jrt. 8, bx. 950, 3 boy at 11:42 pjn.tlct. 25. VT-;, D3 i · Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fultz Jr., 54 D3; 13212 Romero rd.. a girl at 2:10 a.m. Oct. 26. 108 33 33 61 37 105 58 "I'm Voting 1 -Yes!" Vmiad Cp' Va El Pw Varner Pic* Wesson OS 539 4011 Dir» v-w 28',i Dll/j IS I' 4 13 D !1 W Ky Coal W Penn El Western Air L West Mary WcstTJn Tel West Air Br West Elec Wheel Stl White Mot White Sew M Villys Over .. Tucson Medical Center Born to Mr. and Mrs, Constantino Braca- montc-1235 S, llth ave.,-a boy at 1:49 Oct. 25. ' - · Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Throp, rt. 1, bx. 332, a boy at 4:47 ajn. Oct. 25. 7 28 157 11 23"'i D s'i "Born to" Mr", -and Mrs. Joe F. Marttner, 30 247i D % Berlin apt. JO. Mexico City, Mex:, a girl at 73 10 D i'fc!8:06 a.m.. Oct, 25. 43 IG'i Dl' i B °"i to Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Hoodcn- 88 387i Dl! 2 iti° r g. rt. 8, bx. 737, a boy at 9:48 a.m. 52 3214 D ii i Oct. 25. 112 32=,; D =i{ : » ii' b Si T4 i - , : Cotton '.4 D2 i .NEW YORK.-,Oct. 26. m--Cotton futures 45=, D- 3 Wilson. Co IVIsc El Pw Voolworth ; Vyand Ivor v-z Young SpgW 19 34'4 Dl= iToungst ShT 190 49=i D2 :nlth Had ' 97 E2!i D2' Zonlte Pd 25 4!i D ' 814 D =« i registered small gains In slow trading to- 14% D % I day. Rallying tendencies were held in 18 D 14-1 check by persistent hedge selling.. Some BOIW Boston .... Buffalo .... Casper ... " Cnnrlutte ., Chlcalo . Cincinnati Cleveland . Denver Detroit ..,..,, ElPato flagstaff. Aril rt Worth Or'nJ C'n'yo; A Indlanapolit . K«n«sClty ... Little Rock r..., Los Angelea ... Memphti .... Miami Fla ...,^ Ullwaukee Montreal' .... New Orliana ... New York , Oklacoma City Omaha Phoenix . Cloudy ; Clear.· , Cloudy . Pt.Cldy Smoke . Smoke ' .Fog Haie Pt.Cldy , Cloudy , Smoke Clear ' Clear , Clear NE 6 66 35 N 17 81 40 N 9 52 38 SW 20 65 40 NE 7 74 48 36 37 61 37 33 33 Tr Cloudy Cloudy S E S SW 3 78 46 SE 13 64 .51 NE 8 54 33 S 1C 87 55 W 4 «5 43 SW If 89 .. SW 10 «5 44 E 7 60 36 69 54 78 5« 73 54 E 3 SE 3 E 7 SE 9 NE 8 Portland. Ma'. Portland. Or* Rano Salt Lak* CiOr It Louis San Antonio San DUio Stn Frandaoe ··alUa ..... ·polun* Tampa 1 ...... TUCiON ... W«ihln«I08 .. Wichita .Yuma, ArM. ..... Clouily Cloudy» Fog Clear Clear Cloudy Pt.Cldy Jog Clear Cloudy 74 35 83 74 53 . 59 4] 52 35 SE22 UW 6 Calm 82 HW 22 63 4« SW 15 78 59 SE 7 «4 50 E 10 93 58 \V 7 S » Showen NW .3 Cloudy -SB 14 'Cloudy Pog Clear Cloudy 56 40 ""· Clear roe Clear Clear ····V-PtCldy Clear M 42 61 44 65 4 S 15 71 SI \7, 1 S 1 SE I SE B SW II X J s » NW T «7 -4J S 1« 73 5« N I 91 89 M ... 74 lit . M 591.19 5? 4)1 .«] 59 J7 .M «« t! ... ·1 S .;. « 91 50 U..I, WHthar Buriau Dividends NEW YORK. Oct. 26. WV-Directors of Monsanto Chemical Co. declared an increased quarterly dividend of 62'/ 2 cents on common shares, and also a year-end extra of 50 cents. Both arc payable Dec. 1 to holders of ' record . Nov. 20. Previous quarterly payments were 50 cents. This, will bring payments for this year to S2.62!i compared with 32 in 1943. Directors also called for redemption by lot Dec. 5 of 1J4.760 shares of. series -B preference stock at $104 a share for stock of record Nov. 1.. This will leave outstanding .125,000 shares of this stock. Holders will have the privilege of exchanging,each share of preference stock, for 1 and 739/1000 shares of common. Spiegel, Inc. directors declared n 25-cent dividend on common shares payable Dec. 1 to holders of record Nov. .15. Preceding payment was 15 cents on L Jan. 31, 1942,' The company-raid directors expected this dividend can be maintained on. a quarterly basis. - * Foreign Exchange NEW YORK, Oct. 26:- 'tfP-Forelgn exchange- rates follow (Great : Britain in dollars, others in cents): Canadian dollar in New York open market 4/13/16 per cent discount or 85.18 1 ., U. S. cents off 1/18 of a cent. Surope: ; Great Britain Cpound) t2.60!i, unchanged: Great Britain-- 30j rtay fulxu-es C.801 3 , unchanged; Great -"Britain 1 - 0. ;day tuturcs $2.807,,- unchpnged; -.Great -Britain Kl day futures.$2.811«, -unchanged: Belgium (franc? I S9J4, up .0314 of a cent; France (franc) J8S of'lavceni,-unchanged: Holland (guilder) 26.26.:: unchanged: Italy (lira) .1014 of centi'uncaangcd^'Jortugal:, (escudo) S.50. 1 unchanged; Swedtn (krona) 19.37, unchanged: -;Swltierlarid (franc) (free) 22J7, unchanged. - , , . Latin America: Argentina ffree) 7.45, unchanied; Brazil (free) 3JO, ^unchanged; Mexico 11^7, unchjmged; Venezuela ibollvart 30,M,.nnchanged;-- Far East: Hong Kong -dollar 17.13, unchanged.^ ~- ~ London 'Stocks LONDON, Oct 3d. HV-Thc Financial Times daily Index of London itoeki today 11T.«, ofl 0.1. _. Dutch Volunteers Leave For Korean Battle Front ROTTERDAM, · The Netherlands, Oct. 26, m--A battalion of Dutch volunteers left ' today for Korea aboard; the 10,000-ton Victory ship Zuiderkruis. They are due in.-Pu- san In about six weeks via Pprt Said, Aden and Singapore. .The bulk of these Dutchmen are former members of the royal Dutch Indies army. Th^ir .commander is 45-year-old "Lt., Col.-M. P. A. - Den Ouden, a veteran of tropical warfare and guerrilla fighting in Indonesia. Attorneys Fight Gambling Charges MIAHII. Fla., Oct. 26. (^--Attorneys have launched a three-way attack on indictments returned against eight, members- and em- ployes , of .the powerful-. S' - G gambling syndicate. Sis partners in the jnulti-niilliDn dollar Miami Beach syndicate and :wo employes were indicted by a Bade county grand jury on 14 counts each of gambling operations. MORTGAGE! Private or Ittsnranre CLAWSO.V MTG. |31 liortil *StOM liquidation-developed on weakness in securities. ... Commission house: dcinand was attracted to the new crop-months, which are selllng-at discount .to nearby deliveries. A'leading spot firm -was.a buyer of nearby December.futures against sales of the-later months. ' . ** . : .Traders generally awaited further 'developments on the export situation. Foreign advices. said that. European cotton consuming': countries are critical of the United States curb on cotton exports. Later after prices were 20_to 75 cents a bale higher than the previous close. Dec. 39.52, March ,30^2 and May 39.50. Increased mill buying- and short covering advanced cotton futures Into new high ground for the day at the- close. Futures closed 65 cents- to 51.73 a bale higher than the previous close. Says FRED R. STOFFT, prominent Tucson businessman, famed. Colonel of Arizona BusKmasters in World War II, 'Amendment 102 will Help to equalise local school taxes. It will not increase or guarantee teachers' salaries. That's a'phoney'issue!" High ' Low December 39.70 -39.48 39.73 39.56 39.60 39.43 39.22 39.03 .,'. 3G.18 3552 December '35.93 35.68 larch 35.84 35.62- Middling spot 40.50N, up 17. Close 38.64-70 39.53-70 39.60 39.16 36.12-18 35.31 35.32-34 OK: M. A. WUERKHMIDT OPTOMETRIST Where good GLASSES are madf Ola) 3^6271 -- 75-77 It. B Says MRS. SPURL1NG SAUNDIRS, President of the State P. T. A. (Arizona Congress of Parents and Teachers). 'Amendment 102 will bring tax relief to the home owner and small property taxpayer. It will equalize school taxes and school opportunities/' The Arizona Citizens Committee for Equalization of School Taxet TUC50N-N06ALES .BUS SERVICE SOUTHBOUND 7:05'A.M. ' .1:45" A -M. .'10:15 A.M. 11:30 A*M, ,, 12:45 P.M., NORTHBOUND, 6:45 A'.M. · 1:15 A.M. 10:45 A.M. 1230 P.M.- J:1J fM. ve Tuc»l 2:15 P.M;-j. :00 P.M.' t:00 P-M.-. «30 P.M.' 12:30 A.W.x «av« Nogale* 4:00 P.M. 'B:00 P.M. «ai P.M. 13o:P.M; ioao P.M. Conntctleni at Negate* for Hermeilllo .am) Gulymn ~ C1TIZEM ,AUTO LMES Grtyhonnd Terminal Ph.:3-0538 IOUISA;MYBR.S Chairman -- Phoenix SAM J. HEAD Piescott H.CDOBSON Vice-Oiair.--Mesa. MRS.GUSIOPEZ, ,- · Tucson JAMES F. BYRNE; Yuma MRS. S. SAUNDERS Phoenix P.W.HCKHT Tuoon., E.P.VICKHIS Douglu BERT HAWKINS Window DDCW.FRICB State C o u n c i l f o r E q u a l i z a t i o n o f S c h o o l Taxe Harold W. Hblcomb Clyde F. Rowc - CHANDLER Kev. Eirl M Ward · COOUDGE " .Ersel Garrison · COTTONVCOOD/ Mrs. Harvey'Krause - FLAGSTAFF C Alfred Pine · GILBERT , .. Mn. Cleveland Ingiish - GlENDALZ Mrs. Sam Joy - GlJENDAIE James Heron - GlOBB Mrs.CD Walliny-GlOBI Mrs. Molly Butler - GKIEK " Oakley Jor3an-MlSA Dr. M. Lloyd Kent Mrs. Louise ghurmvay Harold .Wright-'MESA ' ^ Mrs. Herman Medlin'-NoOAlIS , Adam Diai-PHOENIX f -" Mrs. Harry S. North · P.MOBNDC "/ Xincoln R»g»dale - PHOJENIX Cavett Robert · PHOEVIX" Mrs. James P. Ryan - PHOENIX John R, Sandige - PHOENSX' Joseph Stocker-PHOENDC Mrs. Auggie TrujiHo - PHOENIX 1 Mrs. Lloyd Heller - PRESCOTT Mrs.'lva-Reaves · PMSCOTT Merrill Kempton · SAFJ-ORD ,*-. Mit: Lucile B. Young - SAFFO*» ' Mrs. Eva O. Decker · SNOWFLAKl. Pett Campbell - SOMERTON Clayton Smith - TOMBSTONl Mrs. P. MiBreeding - TUCSON-. Mrs. Leland'Burkhart'-TUCSOK Oliver Drachman - TUCSON- W. R. Du Bois - TUCSON '''- WUam G. Hall · TUCSON Mrs."Herbert Macii - TuCSOM Andy P. Martin -TUCSON J. A, Mulcahy-TUCSON Met. Eiaeu Witte- WlNStOW Mrs. Helen Bennett. YUMA . JackEastlick-YUMA . . J. Perry Ellington - YUMA Norman Kindle -. YUMA Robert J. Moody · YUMA-,. Wilton G. Woods - YUMA

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