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L Laclcde Gas Lambert Lehigh C Sc N Leh Port C Leh Val Coal ..ehman Cp .erner Str Lib O F Glass Lib McN L L'.gg i- My I Hnm Lion Oil Liquid Carb ,ockh Airc ,oew's Inc Lone St Cem ' Lorlllard -ou Nash Lowenstctn 10 6214 D211 33 43 Al 35 42% Alii 9 28% 24 60 A V: 14- 17 43 67% A =1 7 01 li Al% , 5 40% D 1/4 3 53 D % fl 71 D % 13 7 A li 2 23(4 24 9H A V, 6 4T/4 A % 1V« D li 60 A li 22,i D U 35 B M 8'/4 A li 82U A,% 10% A 1/4 3311 A, H 17!!, D V, 3011, A 11 " 14 A 11 73li Al% 4 11 8 32 24 12 41 18 13 30 73 3 5 13 6 3534 Al 24 34 39% A, J , 7 2!J4 A ', 7 12 34 D 1 15 7214 A2 Pac Gas El PaoLight Paa ; Mills Pad Tin: con Packard M San Am W Air 53 Punh ?' R 23 Param Jlct Pork'Utah Porke ,Dav Patino Mln Penney .(JO ?«nh Dbc'Cem Penn Pw Lt Ponn RR · Pepsi Cola Petrol Cp PfeiffetBr Phclps Dod Philo Elec 18 3214 A 1 · 8 iOy, A 16 43 A 18 3Ti A 59 SVf- 81'. V?i A li 23 2014 A V. 214 A-It 23% 3514 814'A 14 16 A,14 20% D 14 59 A114 14 15 13 391/4D li 4 IS)'. . 7 65 A l 11 5 101 '19 /,A 11 83 " 1 10 2014 : Phil Had CS 10 15ii. Phllco Philip Mai 'hillips Pet "it Plate Gl Plt-Scr B 'Ittston Co 'lymouth Oil Press Stl Car 'roct Gam 14 PuB Sv E G 36 'ublick tod 57 37. 4414 D i,4 Oilman Pure OU Purity Bk ' I Radio Cp Radio K O Raybest Man lem Rand . Reo Motors Rcpub Avla Repub Pict Rcpub Stl 33 55T. A 45 73 D li 24 381/4 A li 10 8!i 11 ST,',.A U 15 49 42 11% A li 67% D Vt 22 225i A 14 48!S D ii 42% 29 li Revere C B 47 Recall -Drug - 50 ,,, 2514 D 14 kunray O 4314 A %!sunsh IB: Richfield O Rob Fulton ' J iafeway St ' It Jos Lead it L. San F; It ReE Pap lavace Arms ichenley Ind leab Al RR eab Flnan cars Roeb ervcl ham'OGG Q hnron Stl hell Oil immons Co. inclalr Oil . mlth (AO) ; ocony Vac o P Rico Sue ou Am GP ou Caro EG ou Cal Edls outhern Co outhPac ' , outh P.y porks With perry . - ilegel d Brands d GE $4 Pf d Oil Cal ' d Oil Ind d Oil NJ d Oil Ohio, d St Spg evens CJP) - ew Warn oke Van C one Web udebaker 011 1714 7?4 34 D ] .4 14% A V, 1614 A Va 11%- A '14 314 A 1,4 4214 A ',4 2S!4 A ',', 614 Qiiiet Day For Bonds Market NEW YORK,' Oct. 27. : (ff)--Corporate bonds showed mixed trends today 'In, relatively qu!et~dealings. jFevrprice changes of more than s. point in either' direction were recorded.: Light offerings met only indifferent demand. " Railroad obligations tended -to steady somewhat'after the declln that some liens .experienced · J yesterday's market. Despite v tlie heavy wage demands Jiat cloud the carriers' future earn .ngs outlook, current business con tinues at favorable levels. '· Fractions to more than a poinl higher at times were , Missouri Pacific general 4s and convertible 5%s, New Haven 4s, New York Central 4s.and 5s, and Central Railroad of New Jersey 3%s. Slightly depressed were big four 4%s, Katy 4s, Nickel Plate 3%s and North Western'4%s. U. S. treasury bonds remained quiet and there was little demand n the foreign dollar liens. Fractional advances were chalked up by Erie Sfts, Illinois Central 5s, Lehigh Valley 4%s and Wabash 4s. Losses included West Shore'4s, vhich were down as much-as-1% t one time, Peoria and-Eastern ncome 4s, Great Northern. 2%s md Lehigh Valley terminal 5s. Public Records 27 45ii A 14 26 17T1 D 16 I 22 38 A 11 0 43!4 A 14 33 'lMi v D 23 15 · 17 10 71 4 84 · 1 10- 1C 17 140 58 CO',' 21 421! 16 6 -10?. A 1'4 Wli A *,i SWt A li 3S?i-.A li 17% A li 53 | D H 9 '?-A«' 3314 A 52lV 331 D M, 201,!, A 32% A Vt 24',4 48H A Vt Real Estate Transactions DEEDS · - Gilbert L."Moreno and wlft to Southern Tucson Federal'Saving*'«nd Loan A«n.|Arizana ' Bank, «450.20,, paft 0* L* 2, 3, ._ ... _ . . . _ . . .. _ 'B 127. City of Tucson. - - ·- Henry R. Koehn and wife to^Paciflc Mutual Life Insurance Co., *8,900, L 17, B' 2. Norym-Tragle' Addn. Wcllman L. Scudder .and, wife to Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.. ' 19^000, L '" and part of'L* 6, B 28. Olsen's Addn. Leslie- E: MacDonald .arid 'wife to Edward . . . M :Feder»i; Hous. Ing Commissioner, part of' NWlii of S 27 T,13 S, R 14 E, .revenue stamp* W.05, Christophei: G. .BUchcr and wife to' William" Doerlns and wife, part of Ls 8, 9 10, '11, B 4, McKw' Addn. - » , Freddie' W. Whittin|[ton and wife to William 'W. Whaley and wife, i 18, 'B 71 serve .ur.ex- CITY COURT Paul J. Cella, Wools Richard H. Pesice, -. escape, Ircd term. · David Sanchez, possession of'stolen prop- rty, 3 0 days I n jail." · ' . . - · · Benjamin H. Bernstein, disorderly con- uct, resisting arrest, case continued. Rosle Montlcl and Josephine Garvla, runk, disturbing the peace, S20 or'20_ "james E.' Knowles, reckless drivine, $100 nd 15 days. JUSTICE COURT James M. Howsare, Precinct 1 Clark H. Johnson, Precinct 2 . , Cleveland Trevis,- aggravated battery, l.OK bond, continued,to Oct. 28. Henry Scripter, second degree burglary, ,1,000 bond, continued ,to Nov. 9: National City Sub. No. !, revenue Jtwnps Watx, *!,000, L 14, B~2. La Me«a, Trances N. DcYoung to Franklin A Mahr and wife, part,of Ls 12, ,13, B 8 Blenman .Addn., -revenue- -stamps* 112.10. iBUlle K. Gcyer to Leslie -E. Macdonald and wlfe.'L 14, B 2, La Mesa Sub., revenue stamps tljlO., - ^' Crover C.' Akers to .Roscoe Pagel wife, Ls 4,. 5, 6. 7, B, fl, B 44,' Altadena Heights Addn., -revenue^stamps $1.10. -Harry -P.--Ellis, to EUiabeth--M. Ellis, L 15, -B 3; Broadmoore. Addn. · Tacson Federal Savings and Loan Assn, to. Franklin D. v Richards," part of NWii of S 27, T 13 s, H U E, revenue stamps 16.05. ' -Robert: L; Litchfleld' and wife to Ernest 5. Reedstrom' and wile, Ls 3, 4, B I, City Parkside, ; .revenue stamps J3.30, Home Development",Co. to Freddie W. Whlttlngton. arid wife.,L IB, B 71,. National City 'Sub. No. 5, revenue stamps 55 cents. C. A. McGee and wife to James M. Carroll and wife, part, of L 2, B 16, New: Deal Acres,, revenue stamps I1.B5. Marshall W. Cruce . and wife-to Marion Ware-Bradley, part of SWU of S 15, T 14 S, H U E , Armond Pagnorzi and -wife to Henry R. Koehn "and'wife, L 17,'B 2, Norym-Tragle Addn, revenue stamps $13.20. Marian :-T. . Zeloske to - George Simpson and : wife, :L 3, B.35, Blenman Annex, revenue stamos »9J5, Home Development Co, "to Alfonso M. Romero and'wife, Ls 1, 2, B 92, National City Sub. No: '8, revenue stamps S1.20. Marlon Ware Bradley: .to' Marshall W. Cruce and wife, part of SWli of S 15, T H S, S 14 E. .. Matilde G. de Franco to Safeway Stores Inc., L 1, B 7, South ,Park Addn,, revenue stamps 332.20. '. ' . Ruth B. Blankenshlp to Jose' F. Polance and .-.wife, part of NWii o f - S 24, T 14 S, R- 13 E; revenue .stamps $4.40. Jose F. Polarico and wife to Safeway Stores Inc., part of ,NWli of S 24, T 14 , R 13 E, revenue stamps JB.80. J. Rocco Zappia and - wife to Santiago . Lcmas and wife,, part of-.NWli of S 24, 14 S, R 13 E, revenue stamps $4.40. Jesus E, Quijada andw!fe to Safeway Harry F.' Yaegle and wife to TUCSOD Federal, S2.600, L 1, B I, Laurel Addn. .Henry Postema · and . wif e to Tucson Federal t3.0GO, part of SWii of S M, T 13 S, ,R 14 ,E. Leslie E.'MacDonald and wife.to Western American Mortgage Co.,. 16,250, L' : 14, 33, La Mesa 1 Sub. ' i- Richard' Lowell Crans,-and wife to BenJ, Kessler,, 82,000, Ls 13, 14,-B 1, Wetoore- Sub. · James M. Carroll and wife to C. A. McGee-and -wife. 'J23S.47, part of L 2", B .18, New Deal Acres. RELEASE OF REALTY MORTGAGEES Marginal release, Kate A. Johnson to Manuel Cuestos, and wife. Marginal" release, Fannie Deanlnz to Jesse A. Reeves and wife." Marginal /release, Tom Vardalakos to Harold BobryJc and wife. Burton F., Bennett and wile to James W. Tenery and wife. Jefferson . Standard Llio Insurance Co. to John Wesley Marble Sr. and wife. Lena, Crcswell to Marclan J. .Mitchell and wife. Marginal' release, Anderson Realty Co. o Armond Pashozzl'and wife. 'Marginal release, Frances Roberta to Paul Roberts. Marginal releases, Valley National Bank o Ben W. S. Pcttersen and wife; Lawrence A. Norton; Robert F. 'MacFarl'ane and wife; Harry Insel and wife, and William JR. Pertain and wife. Valley National Banlc to J- J. McAl- George Witt, malicious injury to prop. «·!',,ierty. .continued, to Nov. 2. -Julio Felix, failure to provide for minor children, continued to Oct, 30. 33% A 1/4 IHb D Vo A 1,4 A 14 28% D li 1214 A % Z3T, D li 82!i A 3 ,i 75!j D Vt 5614 D li 86 Ali'4 32!i 25!V A ?i 40 · 1614 1514 D M, M e Trucks Jlacy (RH) ma Cop Dayt PL Deer*.-! Co Del Hud Dei Lack W Den Kcw Dct Edls Dlst Cp.Scaj Dome Mines Doug Airc Dow Chcm Dresser Ind. Du Pont. E 58 A Va 40% A V. tfarac Oil Marine- Mid «Iarsh · Field (GL) vlaster · El May Dept Str Maytag "\TcCrory Str ftcGraw- El klcKcs R Mead Corp Mcsta Mach Miami Cop aid Cont Pet llddle S Ut linn "Honeyw linn Mol [Isslon Cp Jission Dv flo Kan Tex Ha Kan Tex Pf '" Mo Pac Pf Monson Chem Montg Ward. Motor Pd D Va 34 14!i D 12 33 7 25% A 3D JB A U 5 8 M 91! 8 2914 A 10 1414 2 17% D H 12- 5714 A-1/4 5 "151/4 D li I 34% D' % 5 47 A % 4 39 Vt D li 13 29% A ',: 1 47 li D 11 6 16 A Vt 1S% A li 3Sii A ii 13% A li 61% A li 12% 6% A li 31 28- IB 0 5 12 45 41 3 ,. Alii 1011 MulllnsMffl }' Murray Cp 3514.A I ·1«1 A 94 4 2 80 12 20' 59 801i AlV n Eagle Plch, East Air L Eastm Kod Eaton Mfe Ekco Pd £1 Auto Llto Eloot Boat Elliott Co ' El Paso N Gas 10 Emer El M 11 Emcr Rod P 101 End John Erie RR Evcrahnrp Zx-Ccll-O 3 MttA.% 29 13»b A V 4 31 4HIIM, 15 3014 A 14 !2B 14T, A =!k 17 45 A 14 8 1714 A 14 ' A 10 ·' 181/4 A li 10 29% D li 82 15% 19 12!i A 14 5 39% D 14 Mot Wheel Motorola ii. Sunshine Swift Co Swift Intl Sylv El Pd Sym Gould T Texas Co Tex Gulf Prod Tex Gulf Sul Tex Pac L Tr Textron Tld Wa As Tteik Del Ax Tlmk R Beor Trans W Air Transamer Tri Cont Cp Fox L'nBag P Union Carbide Union Oil Calif 15!i A li 2 55% A % 40 91i 6 33% A. 1 I4!i-A li 83 24!i A 83 911 A 7511 Alii 22% A li 84 A li 83. Alii 135i A li 31T. A IBli A li 40%. Dl: 17% A li 16ik 10 23 227'a D ! SSVt 47',', A A i Union Pacific 9 98 Al?i United Air ine 78 United Airc )B 30!4 A V, Joe'B. Verdugo, bastardy,, continued to Dec. 14. - " Rose NIlo, maintaining o public nuisance, continued to Nov. 30. Fred Daniel, failure to provide lor minor children, continued to Dec. 1.- Oscar Corrington, aggravated battery, $1,000 bond, held for superior court, L. C. Too'e, aggravated battery, case dismissed. Elsie F. Tompklns, speeding, 514 and 14 hours. Jail sentence suspended. Burt Walker, petty theft, not guilty. SUPERIOR COURT J, Mercer Johnson, Division 1 Lee Garrett, Division 2 Reubens Arizona · Home Supply Co. vs. Juan O. Gastelum. complaint-for $353^9.- Sam Plzzimcnti vs. Frances Totzke, complaint for half ownership. . Somerset Mutual Service, Inc., vs. Agnes L, Samwick, complaint for S443.65.- · Ed Holderncss- vs. Val Nuttal.-komplaint for $841.48, · . Hobart Manufacturing Co. .vs. Klchard S. Bennett, complaint for $418. · . Gr'irge H. Owens' vs. Bcrnice Gelsel, complaint to recover on foreign' judgment, Louis A. Wilson et al vs.\Bert Calvert. complaint £or specific performance of contract. Robert Hoegner ct ux-vs. V. Lawrence Scofield et ux al, Judgment'to plaintiff. , , Frank Gilbert Fay, first degree burslary, three, years suspended sentence. .Hex C. von stienwehr-vs. H. E, "Walker ct ux, dismissed. . DIVORCES Patricia Ann Taylor vs. Cealon B. Taylor, complaint. Arbernice M. Hopkins vs. Soy L Sop- kins, decree. Lucile Hall vs. Nathan K. Hall, decree. Delfln R. Baeuerlen-vs. Carles T. Bacuer- Itores Inc.; L 3, and part of L 2, B 7, louth Park , Addn".. - a n d part of SWifc of ', 24, T 14 S, R 13 E, 'revenue stamps $33.55. "Santiago J. Lemans and wife, to Safe- ray Stores Inc.,*part of L 2. ,B 7, South 'ark Addn., and part of NWli of S'24, T 14 S, R 13 E,-revenue-stamps $23.10. . Edwin F.- Dletz and wife: to John B. Gruver, part of Ls 8, 9, B 21, Coronado Heights." · - - . . . . ; Deed and assignment, Clair Williams Hall and.wife.to. O. M. Harris arid wife, L 17, Lundy Sub. CarroJ Butler to Hyman Epstein and wife, I. 5, B 30, Country Club Manor, revenue stamps 55 cents. ' " · Hymari Epstein and -wJfe to Joseph G, Kadjan and wife, L 5, B' 20, Country Club Manor, revenue stamps 55 cents. ' John B. Gruver to Edwin F. Dletz .and wife, part of Ls 8, 9, B 21, Coronado Heights. Hyman Epstein and w3fe to William A. Walsh end wife, part of Ls 15, 18, B 37, Country Club .Manor, revenue stamps 55 · , Epstein and wife to Eric : A. cents. .Hyman . Taylor and wife, part of Ls 3, 2, B 28. Country Club Manor, reevnue stamps 55 cnts^ Carrol Butler to Hyroan' Epstein and wile, L J, : and. part of L 2, B 28,. Country Club Manor, revenue stamps 55 . cents. Hilario L. Dc-Soto-"and wife to Rudolph Soto and wife,;!. 2, B 6, Sputhgate Addn., ·evenue stamps' 55 cents. . Quit claim deed, Elvira Molina to Ignaclo UTILITY CONNECTIONS" Mrs. Thomas Bahtl, 2708 N, Sparkman; Mra. E. L,. Johnson. 433 W. Kentucky; A. R. Newhart-Jr.., 4558 E. Cooper;'; Peters Variety. "4423 S. 6th; Ernesto Durazo Paredes, 623 S. Main, No. B;' Hudson Hill, 812 N: Main: R. E. Dweese, 3543 E. WJI- lard; Tony Moreno, 50] W, Nebraska;. H. L, Hafner, 237 E. Rodeo Dr.; Mary Ross, 513 N. Iroquols; W. E. Adams, .1021 E. Adams; G. H. Nicholson, 744 Paris Promenade; A, F. Carsten, 5353 E: 30th: -T. ,H. Smith, 270 N. Church, No. 6: A. L. Hoy, 211 W, Palmdale, No. A; Thomas. Muir, 414 E Lincoln' W. J. Lans. 270) N. Rlchey; J. H; Romero, 57 W. Corral; Sadie Llpshitz, 324 N, Campbell. Joe Samorano, 2Z3 E. Palmdale; G. E. Maurer, 2810 E. Glenn; Max 'Sherman,. 1703 E. 7th; -John Peterson, 404!i :S. 5th, No. 4; Geraldlne Tngle,-1135 N. Howard;. Mrs. C. F. McMahon, 2925 N. Campbell: Mrs. Violet Auster. 2937 E. Eastland; R. J. Perry, 4825 E, 12th; Stella.Noriega, 482 S.. Convent; The Lamplighter,, 3127 N., Stone;'L, W. Moore, 4037 N. Oracle, No. B; R. K, Thomas, 4335 Oracle Rd.: Katie Leahy, 437 W District No. B; G.' L. Parker, 4315 Alvernon Way, No. 36: A. B. Alberty, 1409 Oracle Rd.; Mrs. Francis Moreno, .643 %V, 42nd; Blalne W. Odom, '425. E. President, 'CONTRACTS FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE- . C R. Elvln to Philip Hector Hanscn, L o c k ' : Hits Big Rally Stocks--firm? steels advance. . . . Bonds--mixed; some Vails, advance. Cotton--firm; mill and commission house buying. ' ' Wheat--easy at close after early strength; mills brought. · - Corn--firm; new seasonal highs. , Oats--steady; followed.action of corn. Hogs--steady to 25 cents higher;- top $19.50. Cattle--yearlings, light" steers, heifers steady. Livestock 22. B 3, South Menlo Park. . : n- T ' TT/"I1 Isancio V. Molina to Rudolph Soto «nd BlSllOV Will wife, partof S W l i o f S 15, T 1 5 S R13.E.J 5,, , CHICAGO, - Oct. 27. W--The-: decline In hogs, prices, which had carried values; to the lowest level in five months, came! to. at least : tt · temporary halt today. Cattle and sheep .moved at -steady prices, except for heavy steers. Only 6,000 head of salable hogs arrived; and, for the first time this week, they, met an aggressive demand. Butchers sold strong to'25 cents higher while the few sows available gained as much as 25 cents. _ :op rose to 519,50. :.Ycirllngs, light steers and heifers sold at steady prices. But the cattle ..section still and some, steers weighing.more than 1,200 pounds on hand. No one .wanted- them. A :op of $31.00 was paid for a small. Jot of choice steers, ' (USDA)--Salable hogs 6,000; strong to 15 cents higher all weights butchers: sows scarce; .uneven steady- to 25 higher; top 18.50;- good and choice. 180-230 Ibs. .19:3519.50;.-; 160-170 Ibs. 18.75-19.25: good* and choice sows under 400 Ibs. 18.00-19.00; 400000 lus, 16.00-18.25, ' . · ' . . Datable cuttle 1,000; .calves 200; slow: .'cartings, light steers and heifers about steady; icows, weak- lo 25 lower: bulls and vealcrs steady; choice 3,100 Ib. steers 33.00: medium and good steers, yearlings ..and heifers, 1.000 Ibs, down 27.50-30.00; a few ow medium light- heifers down -to 24.00 anji below- A few mcdl'im and good cows 20.75- 2J.O(1; common cows 19.00-20,50; cnnners and cutters 15,50-W.OQ; medium and good sausage bulls 24.50-27.00; medium to choice vealers 28.00-34.00. ' · . . . . . - NEW YORK, Oct.-27. TO--The stock njarket closed'near trie top' of a heavy-footed rally today. Steels and motors 'were- most: in demand. The advance was 'cofyested every inch of the way and a'good sized number of issues refused to go along. Nevertheless a clear ,'majority of stocks -sold- at'gains running, to around $1. a .share. The. comeback followed: yesterday's, pounding, the worst the market has .taken since the. sensational plunge'- which followed outbreak - of the Korean'war at 'the end of- June. DOW JONKS AVERAGES crosfng nvemotf* furnished b Do* Jones 4» Co. through E. F. HuttOn * Co., mem bcrs of the New York Stock Exchinoe. . Ind. B»/l« Utll Stcki SO . JO 15 «5 THURSDAY ....... ws.es 86.79 40.J«, 81.45 FRIDAY 228.41 67.35. 40.29-81J9 KANSAS CITY, Oct 27. WV-(USDA)-Cattle; salable 300; calves salable 50;'few small' lots and odd head about steady, in a cleanup -trade:' not enough of any class represented for adequate test of market. Hogs salable 1,500; fairly active, steady 1 10'-lower, good and choice 180-300 Ibs. mostly 19.00-50; 1 load choice 220 Ibs.-19.65: sows steady at. 17,25-18.75; stags 16.50 down. LOS ANGELES, Oct. 27. W--(FSMNJ-- Cattle salable.700: supply practically all cows'with scattering of stackers-and feed- urs; .fairly active; fully steady; medium and- good cows 22.00-23.71i: some h'eld around 24.00; few heiferish -25.00; common cows 20.00-21.50; canners and cutters-17.0010.50. - . - ' · . - · - , ; Calves-salable 50;-steady; few. medium and - good slaughter calves ' and vealtirs 26.00-32.50. Hogs 1 salable none: nominal.;- Leading issues were knocked dpwn $1 to more than $3 a share and volume . hit the 3,000,000-share mark Thursday. . . " . · Trading today was fairly, active with business at a rate of about 1,800,000 shares for the full session, ·A major stimulant was the news, announced after -the -close yesterday, of a S2 a. share: Bethlehem Steel dividend. Another prop w.as General Motors' record high profits for the first nine' months' of the year. Soybeans Arid; CornTopGrain : CHICAQO, Oct. 27. W--Corn; ana' ·" soybeans spurted sharply-",,on'-the board r of trade today," moving ;to. new peaks on the current" advance,late In the session. The strength, in these commodities helped -the rest of the market. , *·. The-market acted firm* from the start, but it was not until Jate.rin the session that.the advance'gath-* ered-real momentum, ·'Reports of higher prices for "crude-vegetable oils rkllied' beans. while, corn -responded to'a government .estimate of a larger spring, pig crop. -, . · · Wheat, -vv-hieh had-- acted steady to firm most of the- session, fell quickly in the closing .minutes; Selling followed-a report by Broom T hall, international · grain 'authority, that: the-.French; minister- of agriculture had set a goal to export 33,000,000 bushels of wheat this ason. Wheat closed %-% lower, December $2.25%-%; corn-was 1%-2H higher, December $1.54%-%; oats were .unchanged to % higher,'De- ; cember 84%-%; rye was unchanged; to. 1% higher,. December .$1.43.%;, soybeans : were unchanged, tp" 2%~ higher, November'":, S2.57% : $2.5.7,' and lard was 10-to,,30. cents.a'hun- dred pounds higher, November $13.40. Open Low" Close United Biscuit 3 29 3 ,i D la United Corp united Fruit 2 84 34 111 6«i D",l united Gas Cp 63'A Al ionited M M 34)i |u S Gypsum' 20V 3 A %!u S Rubber 4 65 52 D A '.i U S Steel A .Va Nash Kelv Nat Auto F Nat Avlat Nat-Bisc Nat Can Nat Cash ReE Nat City Lin Nat Conl Nat Dairy Pd NatDcptStr Nat Distill Nat Gypsum Nat Lead Nat Steel Nat Sup Natomas NEW Enff El . . Newmont M. Newpt'N Ship N V Central NY NH -Hort. NY Sta E G' Warner Pict Wesson O W Ky Coal W Penn El Western Air L West Mary A 11 west Un Tel West Air Br Fairb Mor 0 llli « 83H m?i 2 32% 151 1014 A 1« 17 11?» A 3a 17 23',i D % ,3 1414 A ' iomu ^.ie« i, i« i t / a n. *o 7 44 D114 Norf West 27 40Va A 14 33 25 65 A li 38 19% A Va 27 141'4 , 19 105i4 10 481S A % ,29 5411 A lg 322 4111 Al v-w Vanad Corp xd 0 29 Al 17 S Smelt 24 191j A li Va El Pow 16 IBli A "" 14 16 A li Wesson O S 20 341. D V, 2 7?i D 11 8 41 D ii 7 29 47 8 56 38 17% A 11 33 19 47H A li 32 19V. A l 3 914 A li 48H Al% 17% D 11 west Elec. 251/4 A li Wheel Steel White Mot 51% Alii white Sew M Willys Over 16 IB',4 8B ,13 1 28T» 9 2314 14 24V, 12 9% D I 23 .1514 A 1 55 3914 A 1 26 3214 Wilson Co Wise El P'V Woolworth Wyond Wor f.Z Young Spg W 10 Youngst Sh T 49 Zenith Bad 35 Zonite Pd 22 3314 A 1 32 A ? 21% D I 50 A I 8»,4 A '. 1514 A 1 17T4 D " 4694 A 12','a D = 35% Al 40?4 A V 5214 A ',, 4?4 A li W E A T H E R Forecast for Tucson and vicinity; Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday; widely scat- tercd showers Saturday over mountains. Temperature same. Highest temp, yesterday .,,, Highest temp, year ago ...,',........ High record this date (1534) ]." Low temp, yesterday '.'!..' Low lemp. year ago J ,""| Low rccordAhis date (1899) .!.".'!""" Mean temp, yesterday Mean temp, year ago ".." Normal temp; this date .....,,...".",','" Humidity 3:30 P.m..yesterday ".'"u" 3;30 a.m. today Moonrlso ,.. 6:38 p.m. Moonsef... 8:21 a m Sunrise .... 6:38o, m . Sunset . 5-39p D«!a for- 24 hour, .ndlng at 5:30 a.m. (Tucion time) SE J E 5 . W i t K 5 SE17 NW H SE 0 SW 24 B Foreign Exchange NEW YORK, (Oct. 27. W)--Foreign exchange rates follow (Great Britain In dollars, others In cents):' : Canadian dollar Jn New York open market 411 per cent discount or 95.1254 U. S. cents, off 1/16 of a cent. ·Europe Great Britain (pound) $2.8011, unchanged. Great Britain 30-day futures 2.80%, up Vt of a cent. Great Britain 53-day futures 2.81, up )S of a, cent. , Great Britain 90-day futures ,.2.81--i., up 11 -Belgium (franc) 1.8914, (franc) .28% t off .001/4 of a 'f a cent, un- Billing* .FOB · Cloudy ^ lc °«° ' ,· Shower* SW 13 Cincinnati ....i. Pt .Cldy S E s · Haze S 10 Clear S 18 · Pt.Cldy · Showers. · Clear ' Pt.Cldy Clear Cleveland Denver ' ,.,. De* Molne* ... Detroit Kl Paso .... Flagitatt. Arlt Pi Worth Cr na-L-n-yn. A Cloudy Indlanapolla .'. Cloudy Kama* City ,,,.-Clear Little ROCK Clear ' LosAngelei,.*... Drlzzltj Memphis ,,..,. Clear Miami. Fla ,.,.t Clear Milwaukee .;,.. Cloudy Minneapolis .... Clear Montreal 'Clear New Orleana ... Fog V\'3tv Vork - . ,. Clear Oklahoma City Cloudy Omana .. Fog Pnuentx Pt.Cldy Pittsburgh ......Smoke; v Portland.·?· ... Clear Portland. Or«.. Showers Keno ..Shower* 8011 ux» Clt»,. Pt.Cldy Si Louli .... Cloudy Sun Antonio ... Fog San Dleio .... Clear- Ban rrineUco ., PtCldy ·eattl* , a«ln 8pok«n«......... Cloudy Tamp* Clear T.UCtON .-.../.. PtCldy Wiininglon.,.., H»ie Wlchlt* ,.,,,, Clear Yum*. Aru Cloudy 78 47 74 54 CC 48 68 2B W 48 49 33 48 32 53 39 70 4562 51 SO. .03 60 81 .75-40 75 46 S3 45 N .3 82 50' SW 7 83 31 S 14 92 62 SE 12 67 43 34 48 84 57 84 81 Tr SE12 3 SE W 3. 1 3 SE e S15 N 4 S 10 SE 4 NW 1" Calm .01 56 53 58 43 41 30 83 54 U 39 SW 17 88 64 NW J 73 42 X 1 JU -34 BE 4 ' 55 37 ME 3 48 30 SW3J »'51 .43 ' S « 63 39 1.10 a a .74-67 · S 35 63 53 . N 2 87 58 · N .3 74 -« Calm 70 55 '.39 SW 14 S3 4«-',17 S « 31 45;.07 E 5 «« «« .. S 5 M . 5 9 ... NT 10 SI 39 ... N10 M S3 N-10 89 M V. I. We»tbtr Burenu France changed; Holland (guilder) 25.26,'-unchanged. Italy (lira) .IGlz of a cent, unchanged. Portugal (escudo) 3.50, unchanged. Sweden (krona) 19.37, unchanged. Switzerland · (franc) (free) 22.97, unchanged. Latin America: Argentina free ,7.45, Uii- changed, Brazil (free)- 5.50, unchanged. Mexico 11.57, unchanged. Venezuela (bolivar) 30.08, unchanged. For East: Hong Kong dollar 17,45, unchanged. Cotton NEW YORK, Oct. 27. OT--Cotton .futures were strong today in active: trading. Mill and commission house buying carried the market up to gains exceeding more than' $4 a bole.' Hedge selling was readily absorbed. The belief among traders was-that practically all" of the C.C.C. cotton has njjw been, hedged 'in. the,futures -market. This type of selling has-acted as a brake rising prices :for .the past month.,-or so. Reports -of a better demand · for . cotton goods-and buying of spot cotto'n_ f by mills into late spring of next year encouraged new buying of futures. Seitiraent among .traders was that a tight situation' was shaping up for next spring regardless ot the government controls over exports,Late afternoon '^prices .were $1" to $4.20 jale higher than-'the previous close. Dec. 40.4S, March 40.52 and -May 40.40. len, decree. Louis. -Overmeyer vs. Thelma G. Overmeyer, decree. . . M A R R I A G E LICENSES Belle O. Hall, Clerk John L. Donahue Jr., 30, Tucson, and Charlotte ATJI Taylor, 23, Tucson, Luther Drake Glrton, 26, Arizona, and Jacqueline Jean Frederick, 21, Tucson. 'BIRTHS St. Mary's Hospital Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Urbina, 921 S. Ninth ave., a boy at 11:55 s,rn. Oct. 28. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith, 327J, Desert strav., a girl at 7:16 p.m. Oct, 16. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoskin, 422 E. 23rd st., a girl at 9:11 p.m. Oct. 26. Born to Mr, and Mrs. George Sosnick, 5813"E. BeUevue. a girl at l.a.m,- Oct. 27. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sudy S. Lopez, 661 W. 43rd st.. a boy at 1:25 a.m. Oct. 27. Tucson Medical Center Born to Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Rotello, 2208 N. Walnut ave., a boy at 12:26 p.m.'Oct.- 26, Born to Mr. and Mrs, Hugh E. Paton, 4502 E. Eighth St., a boy at 8:46 pjn. Oct! 26. V. Molina, part of SW',4' of S 15, T, 15 $800. S, R 13 E. ··". " Rudolph Soto and wife to. Ignaclo V. Mo Una, Ls 1, 2. B e,- Eouthgate Addn., rcve nue stamps $2.75. ' Charles D. Los-h to Fred A. Clement an wife, L 13. B 12, Jefferson Park Addn. Deed ind assignment, Betty Lou Steme to Ootto McDonald and wife, L 14, B Speedway Park Addn., revenue stamp $4.95. ' Joint tenancy deed, George E. Webe- and wife to Emil D. Emde and wife, S of Wli o/-L:l, B 8, Fruitvale Addn., r"cve nue stamps $1,10. City of. Tucson to Mary Boudrcaux Cor Hn, Ls 13, .14, IS, 16, B 2, McKee'2 Wes Side Addn. Quit claim deed, Willa Hilburn to S. Golem and wife, part of L H, B 4, RJcck er's Addn,- Adeline C. Stringharo to Albert Meeks and wife, part of Ss 6, 4, 31, T 14 E, R U E . -, B U I L D I N G PERMITS Herman.Coulson, 2402 East Ninth, carport, wall. $1.000, " Carl Monthan, 1435 West Frsjsno, conversion burner, S300. , ' . " , ' M. Richards,. 2850 East. Mabel, addition, William Johnson, 2033 East 10th, carport, .Quit claim deed, Zrllne V. Anderson t jamea P. Anderson, L 7, B 5, Loren. Homesites Addn. ' Sheriffs deed, Jerome P. Martin to-Tuc son Federal, part of L 7, B 1, F. E. A Kimball's Sierra Vista Sub., revenue stamps $5.05. Arizona Trust Co. to Walter A. Kusian and wife, part o£ L 15, Colola Solana. NEW YORK, textile market Dry Goods Oct, 27.. was firm :e cotton today. Prices tended to strengthen on several types of goods. Including print cloths, broadcloths and sheetings; Business was limited, partly because mills did not have much to offer for the balance of the year. The wool goods market -was steady. However, buyers and .mills were generally awaiting.further developments on the military buying of wools. The rayon goods market -was quiet." REALTY MORTGAGES Rudolph Ayala- and wife to ' Walter ., $900, L. 2, B 13, Rcsub of inds Addn. Edward Chesln to La Madera Land a Trust Co., 14,500. part of Ls 12, 13, B Grant Road Park No. 2. 'Pedro Q. Ellas and wife to Fred W, Rogers/ $4,500, L 9, B 4, Home Addn No. 2. - . George L. HImeman and wife to Ralph A. Mangels et al, $l,09lf.96, L 17, B 15, Feldman'5 Addn. ^ · Erie A. Taylor and wif e " to Marshall Mortgage and Trust. Co., $5,700,- part of Ls 2, 3, B - 29, Country. Club Manor, Joseph G. Kadjan and wife'to .Marshall Mortgage and Trust Co., $6,950, L 3, B 20, Country Club Manor. . William A, Walsh Jr. and wife to Marshall Mortgage and Trust Co., $5;800, part of Ls 15, 16, B 37, Country Club Manor. Jerry 'Mae Kelso to John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., $13,000, L 12, B 4, Colonial Estates. ....'.. ..: Franklin Albert Mahr and wife to Valley National Bank, $7,950, part of Ls 12, 13, B fi, Blenman Addn. George Simpson and wife to Tucson Federal, $6,050, L 3, B 33, Blenman Annex, Royal Rudolph, 542 Country Club, central heating, $1.000. Richard Kessler, 1236 East Waverly, addition, $!,000. ' Unlisted Securities Published by the NASD., A. of Noon, New York Timer " BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES Bid Asked Bank of Douglas "($2.50) 59. · 63 First National Bank ($1.50) ...... 31 Phoenix; Title Tr. Co.. ($8.00)' .190 Valley National Bank (S.701 ...... ISli IBli UTILITIES . -. | Arizona Edison ($1.00) '..... 1714 1814 Central Arizona Ltirht ($.801 '.... llli 12!i! Mississippi River Fuel ($2.00) ... 32 Public Service N. M. (Sl.OO) ... 1614- Southern Union Gas ($.80) -.,....19% Tex. Eastern Transmission ($1,00) 17?1 Tucson Gas Llsht $1.401 ..... 20 " INVESTMENT TRUSTS Affiliated Fund ....54.35' $4,71 Boston Fund .:.". 21.94 23.72 Broad St. Investing 18:22 19.81 Chemical. Fund 17,3:) 18.73 31vidend shares -- 1.63: 1.78 Eaton Howard, (balanced) .. 28.76 30,74 Eaton Howard (stock) I9.8S 21.26 fundamental Investors 16:67 18.27 ncorporated Investors . -- 27,32- 29.54 nvestment Co. of America .... 10.78. 11.72 Jass, Investors Trust ,,,'.,.... 31.15 33.68 Investors 10.44 11.29 lat. Securities (stock) 5.51 6.0 fat. Securities (speculative)-- 3.54 3.( "·clevislon Fund -- 12.16 13.25 New Chapel On Sunday WINSLOW. Oct. .27. (£)--"The Catholic Madre de Dios chapel in Nearby Coopertown .will be - dedicated at 10 a.m. Sunday by Most Rev. Bernard T..,EspeIage, bishop of the diocese of Gallup. " The' partly completed chapel was severely damaged by fire last Feb. 2. The current flood of fancy earnings, and extra or increased' dividends' continued to..pour,-from the corporate offices," · ·". , . Higher, prices were'paid for U.S. Steel, Bethlehem 'Steel, Kepuolic Steel, Youngstown; Sheet, /ones Laughlin, Armco,. General Motors Chrysler, U.S. Rubber, Montgom ery Ward and American Telephone The highest priced' stock listed on'the exchange' moved up $4; a share when 200 shares of Coca-Cola International sold at 51,004 a share 'Hanging back, were',. Goodrich Sears \Roebuck,.'.. Admiral Corp: Philco, Anacorida Copper,"- Genera! Electric, and. American Tobacco. Metal Market NEW YORK. Oct. 27. ; Wi--Spot. · nonferrous metal prices today: Copper 241i cents a pound, Connecticut valley .'Lead 18 cents a pound. Zinc 1714 cents a pound, East St. Louis. Tin 19}1 a pound, 'New York. .. MORTGAGE All Sizes Kinds. Lowest Rates! Prompt Service! Murphey Realty Mortgage Co, MOK'FCACJB SPKCIA1.18T8 200 N. Stone EsUiblishea 1806 Phone 2-2893 May July May July May- Nov. Jan. Mar. May May .. High Wheat · - . - : - . 2.JMW1. 2.271'. . 2.25% 2.25»,4-%, . 2.3111 2.31% 2.3011 2.301i. . 2.30%-311i 2.31% 2.30 . . 2J014-30 . 2,18!i-14 2.18«i 2.1851 2.17!4ri4 * .'Corn · , - ( -' .-. , . I.52%-53" 1.5514 1.3214 1.54',i-!i . 1.55%-li 1.57!i -1.55-' 1.5«!4- .'1.57-3711' '1.591i 1.56%. " . 1.5IT!i-57 1.59% "' · Oat« . .841i- 5 ,i".- .8514 , .8414 .: .84%: . .81ii-?i .81% . .7711 .77% Rye . 1.4414 J.451,4 ' 3.43% ,-l.SOli 1.51% . 1.53% . , ,1.53%' ' ' Soybean* S.551i-56, 2.63 1.5614 .84% .8414. .8114 .77 1.50 1.5S% - 1.58%r',4 .1.58%. '.84%-V, . · MVt, , .8114-14 ." 1.50" 2.53%--S.571i-57 2,591/4-%, 2.6411. 2.581i, 2.5J11-59 2.61-60% · 2.65%''-. 2.58%. J.82-61H' 2.62-62%'.Z.GSli'- 2.89%' 2,«21i;ii 1.63.62",: "S.66W. : -"S.«0}4 -Z82I1" Lard- - " . ..13.35 13.40 13^10. 13.40",..14.25 J4.43 14.15 14,37-3t ...14.23 14.50 14.20": 14.42" , ..14,22- 14.60 14^2 14.55' . 14.53 " GRAND CENTRAL TIME Daily, 5:30 to 6:00 pm KCNA 11340 On Your Dial! R A B I O D I A L KVOA--1290 ' NBC ECNA--1340 ABC- ETC C--1400 MUTBAi KOPO--1450 CBS KTKT--14W LBg Spotlight Stocks NEW YORK, Oct. 27, (ff)--Sales, price and net change · of the fifteen, mos ctive stocks today: 'en Motors . . . , ' . Seth Steel r.S.. Steel lallahan 2 Ld .-... kco' Prod adio- Corp Vm Had Std San :epublic Stl iudd Co , ,,, r.Y. [Central ,.....'.. outhern Co ........ \rmco steel .': tudebaker hrysler. Corp unray Oil . 36,500 507. U' .», .. 34,000 47 Ul? ...32,600 4114 Ul .. 25,900 3 .. 22,800 I4J4 .. 20,000" 1714, .. 19,300 13 ! ,4 .. 1S,SO» 4214 .. 17,000 1714 "... 14,900 1614 .. 13,900 IHi ,, 13,800 4514 .. 13,200 32 U U 5i N U * N ' .U 14 U N . 13,000 77% V if, 11,500 15 7 ,4 U MAJOR NOBLE MATUSEK-KING Z O O O Chicago Butter CHICAGO, Oet. -27. (fl-Butter- nervous; receipts 447,660: wholesale' selling prices unchanged; AA 93 score-63J: A92 S2J; B90 80J; CS9 58: cars B90 V 61J5;. C89 59. .Zzis unsettled; .receipts 8.646: .wholesale selling prices .unchanged:' UV-S. extras S6-59; J.'S, standards 38-43;'current fecelpts'32-33; dirties 30-, checks 29. , Live- poultry: '-weak; receipt! 37 loads; f.o.b.-paying prices -unchanged Ho 2 cents owtrrheavy hens 22-25; light hen*. 20.S-21: roasters - 25-30:., frysra 24-i9; old .rooilers 11-19.9; ducklings 28. . . A Swiss' engineer has .invented a lywood substitute, tvith'.a ground wood, center and shavings on^the outlde. ' ^ tt U Z X o X THE CHICAGO STORE 'Announces the. Opening of Its New Music Center 208 NORTH CHURCH Tony Lombardo, Director Free! A8S S ELY Free! INTRODUCTCRY OFFER 30 FRIDAY NIGHT Oct.27,I9JO 6:00 Town Crier 6:15 H, ,V. Kaltcnborn 6:30.Tales of Tucson 6:45 Canine Capers Edwin C. Bill Elmer Dav::; · Music You Want Music Vbu Want Fred Flnney Fulton Lewis, Jr. Future Delivery. Hayes Henry Aa FrolimJIIer . T,, Dorsey-Hef. 101 Songs for Sale- Songs ior Sale Candlellfht * win* Candlelight Win. United NaUon* Fiesta Tfine 7:00 Night Beat 7:15 Night Beat 7:30 Jack Lalt 7:45 Jack Lait Ozzle and Harriett . CWzie and Harriett Money For Futur». Football-Roll CaU. ' Gobriel Heatter School Days ' Concert Hall Concert Hall' Vice-Pres. Barkley Vice-Pres. Barkley Melody Manor Melody Manor Fiesta Tim* Fiesta Tim* ,, I Fiesta Time 1 Football W«rmu», 8:00 what Do You Think? 8:15 what'Do You Think 8:30 National' Guard 8:45 Interviews in the News GraEiano vs. Janiro Grazlano vs. Janiro American Sports Page American Sporta Page' Concert Hall Concert Hall Cisco Kid Cisco Kid Hobby Lobby Hobby Lobby Why I»- the .Sun Why Ii-the Sun Tucson vs. Men Tucson v*. Wes» Tucson.vf, Mes* Tucson vs. Mesa 9:00 One Man's Family 9:15 News 9:30 Italian-American Hour 8:45 Italian-American Hour The Fat. Man- The Fat Man This [9 tfour FBI This Is Xour FBI tea Headlines 1 Lovo' a True or True or Mystery raise False- News , West is the Place Top Popa Top Popa -. Tucson vs. Mesa Tucson vs. Mesa Tucson vs. MCM Tucson v». Mes« 0:00 Life of Rilcy 10:15 Life of Riley- 0:30 Reporter 0:45 Music in the Night flews and Sporta Sports Report Harlem Jambore* Harlem Jamboree · Glen Hardy. New» AF ol L Program Curtain Call* Curtain Calls Jukebox JubUe* Jukebox jubilee Arlr^na DaDCehands) RequesUully. Youra · ^ Four Knights Pipes of Melody Dance Band Dance Band ,. :i:0i) Strictly Collegiate 1:15 strictly Collegiate 1:30 Strictly Collegiate 1:45 Collegiate-News News-Jamboree Harlem Jamboree-' Two Beat Time Two Beat Time Silver Noctum* Sliver Nocturne-.. 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Fiesta Xlm«' Fiesta Tjjpe-Ntwt Liberty Mlnitrtli Liberty Mlnjtrelj Liberty Mlnitreu Liberty 9:00 Garden Gossip / 9:15 Romance of Jewel* .8:30 Smilin Ed 8;s Smilin Ed Jump Jump Listen To A - Legend Arizona Hayrldo. Arizona -Hayrlde Recreation Dipt. Newi High School Newi Platter. Previiw New*--Lct'a Pr«t«od Let'* Pretend- Junior Ml** Junior uia , · D)*c Jockey'* Roundtibl*. Disc Jockey's RoundUW* Due Jocliey'i RoundUbl« Disc Jockey'*; Roundubl« 10'W Melody-Go-Round ID-is Melody Go-Round 10:30 Matinee at C of A · 10:4S Matinee at D of A Arizona-'Hayride:" Arizona Hayrlde: Arizona - Hayrld* Arizona; Hayrid* PlattefPrevlew Platter: Preview Platter Preview Platter Preview Theater-of Today Theater ot Today Crifld Centra) Station Grand Centni-C.. Adam* Nevi'f , Guest. Star BunkhouK Ballad* Buakhouse Ballad* 11M Break the Bank 11:15 Break the Bank I -30. Hawaiian Melodic* 11:45 Mid-day New* Bill' Watson show Bill watsca Sho-w American Jazz x American Jazz · New* Red Cros* 1 Brlghani Young Choir Brigham'Yourig Choir Star* Over Hollywood Stan Ov«r Hollywood. Civ* and T»k« Giv« and T*Jt». New* . . Ed .Mundy Show . Ed Mundy Show Gridiron Cayetle* ; SATURDAV AFTERNOON 12:00,Mary Lee .Taylor 12:15 MaryXee Taylor 12:30 Farm and 'Home. Hour t2:46-(Tarm and Horn* Hour Gridiron Frolic-UCLA vs. Purdue'; TICLA vs. Purdue -·" UCLA v. Purdue Local New* ' ,, General Luclu*:Clax : Han on the Farm ·Man on £lie Farm Newrlcal Musical -Newilcal Muilcal Newdcal Musical Newdcal Musical Army vl. Columbia Army vc. .Columbia Army V». Columbln Army 1:00 La-Hora Mexicans T:15 La Hora Mexican! 1:30 La Hora MexJcana 1:45 La Hora Mexicans UCLA. vs. Purdue UCLA'.vs. Purdue: UCL A-ys Pur5uH UCLA-: vs? Purdue,. Man on t Man on the Farm U of-A Jarm Program; TJ of A Farm Program Morlan Downey Morton Downey football-Roundup: Football Boundup Army.'v*. 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