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D V* 14,4 A ill 10!4 A 1 12!1 A ~ 3?i-D 43 A 23'lrA ! 6!i 43! i 17-1 Profit Takers Feature Grain Sharon Stl Sham O GG C 7 10 4 4 10 1 44 1 3 12 15 2 17 34',', 1 10 14 3S',4 D 454 16=1 A 10=1 A i IB'.i 20 Shell Oil Simmons Co Sinclair Oil Smith (AO) iocony Vac Sou Caro .£ G 1 So P Rico Sug lou Cal Edls iouthern Co louth Pac South Ry Sparks With Spiegel Std. Brands :td Gi-E $4 Pf Std Cll Cal Std oil Ind Std Oil NJ itd Oil Ohio itd St SpE D ', A n 52 D 33 A \\ 2S»k A ',: 33 A- 1 .: 25 A ',! 48!!, A ',: 33ii A ' i i 1 4 XI 5 00!' 4 5 42% A ',i 3 634 12 M D ',i 10 23',4 2! 04!ii A13! Stew Warn Stoke Van C Stone Web Studebaker Sunray Oil . Sunsh Bis Sunshine Mn Swift Co Swllt Intl Sylv El Pd Sym Gould . 50% D'V« 85Ta D U 32 D ' 25i A 16!i A 32/, A '.. 18 - A V» SS!i D H 10 A ' 39',i 14 D 1,4 15 24',4 D ',i 25 10 " Texas Co Tex Gulf Prod Tex Gulf Sul Tex Pac L Tr 'hompson Pd Tide Wa As · Tlmk Dct Ax Tlmk R Dear Trans W Air Vansamer Mo Kan Tex Mo KB.;? 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A "I 30!4 A '.i s j ,; A ik 18 45!i 12T4 A I'. CHICAGO, Oct.- 28.- (ff)--Grain had'-to absorb a good deal of week end profit-taking today, a natu'ra result after the advances scorei earlier In the Aveeh. Corn'backed'clown'-more than a cent at the start, meetingi mor profit-taking thaa anything else but came ahead toward the close Soybeans, particularly the dlstan contracts.^ showed some jfirmnes on reports of higher quotations .in crude'vegetable oils. Wheat closed % lower to % high er, December $2.23%-%, corn was % lower to % higher, December oats were % lower to %-%'higher, December $1.44, soy beans were l%-3% higher, November SZ.oS^^.SS^i. and lard was -K cents lower to 15 cents a hundred pounds higher, November ,$13.30, OpeiV High, Low Close Wheat Dec 22S?!- 3 ,! 2.25142.25 2.25%-',! ^Idr 2.3014 2.31 2,2311:'2.30H May 2 30'Mi - 2 31 2.29%: 230 July 2.17'V 2.1B14 2.171i 2.18 Corn Dee I.MIW; l.M',4 l.B'/a'-jafll-U Mar 155 1,57141.55 1.56?4-',i May 157=4 .l.SD'/. l.S-l/, '1.58',i-H July 1.57!i 1.5B?4 1.5711 1.5714 Oats' Dec- 84H .85 .8414 .8414 Mar 8414 .8414 .8314 .B4'4 May si'-Wl .81'i .Ri'.l .uiV-i July 74H .77-r. .77 .H Rye I.43 3 .4 1.44',i l.Wi 1V44 '.'-1.SOV* 1.51 I.S014 I.50',a-;i 1.53 Soybenni " 5"',i-*A 2.6014 2.5G14 2.5a;i-5Sla ,. SLSOIW4 2.03 2,584 ZJSIH-X , 2 62 2.64',4 2.M14 2.6014-BT ,. 2.K314-^ 2.65 .2.C114 S.6SU . . 2.52 3 ,4 2.68 2,61*4 S.fiS^i Lard ,.13.42-. 13.47 13.30 13,30 .14-.42 " -14.57 14.3! 14JS .14,37 14.58 14.3! 14.35 14.55- 14.67 14.55 14.60 ..14.80 14.83 14.70 14.70 Dec. ... May ... July . Nov. .. Jan. ... Mar. ... May ... July .. Nov. . . Dec. ... Jan. »., Mar. ... May ... Public Records CITY'COURT Paul J. Cells, Magistrate Glen W. Els/elder,-speeding, $10 bond for- felted.^ ' . · ' . ' - . Simon Rivera, minor. Illegally possessing tobacco. $5 and'five days. . . · James S, Campbell, simple assault, case continued. Chris Nelson, drunk, disturbing the peace, case continued. · . JUSTICE COURT . . . James M. Howsare, Pruclnct 1 Clark' H. Johnson, Precinct z Armando Vasquci. failure to make boulevard stop, S5 or 5 days. Joseph J. Balon, speeding, $22 and 22 lours, . Guy V. Hocnoson. operating vehicle whlla under Influence. of alcohol, 1100: and 15 days. W. C. Bell; driving on wron« side of divided hlethwoy, $30 or 15 days. Earnest Turner, opcratlnc vehicle while under influence of alcohol, $150 or 30 days. Henry Porter, disturbing tho peace, 80 doys, sentence suspended; . Hay H. Borqucz. failure to provide for minor children, case dismissed. Arthur Ezcll, leaving hunting area without checking out. S5 or 5 days. Robert L, Hall, illegal crossing on divided hlBhway, $5 or 5 days. - John O. Harri5. apusdlnn. 415 or 13 day». William H. Click, case dismissed: . assault and battery, Sam Snider, failure to observe stop sign, passing of school bus, continued to Nov. 1, . ' SUPERIOR COURT J. Mercer Johnson, DlvUIon 1 Ue« Garrctt. Division 2 Southern Arizona Bank Trust Co. vs. eslle G. Thomas, complaint lor $561.93. Edward Roth vs. C. A. Bnrr et ux ct'al, complaint for S1.7E4, OW Pueblo Transit Co. vs. Tred Ahumada- ct al. dismissed. ' -' - ' DIVORCES Imojean Garrison vs. Elgin Garrison complaint Irene I.. Montlel vi. Gilbert H. Montlel !foungst ShT 20 SO 3 ,! A114 Zenith Rad 14 30H A 11 Zonltc Pd 3 53 41! A Vi D Vi New York Curb Alum Co Am , Am Supcrpow Con Ainrcunl Scrvic'o i 1 C7?i 67'i 87?. 8 3',i S J 10 S/16 n/J8 0/1 13' 31i 3?. 31 Claude Kcon ji Bond sh';;;;;;;;;; Tit Zo.iirt,v Corp ,. 54 'ord M Can . . . . " " H e falser Fraz " 4D Lone Star G "" 3 widvaie ;!;;!;;:" ? J^'loR Hud Pow Pennroad Solar A l r c - . . . , Tcchnico 13 WA- ·I'.i IS'. 1% 43=; 7 .. 22 )3ft Bh record this d.W (ism Low temp, yesterday ...Low temp, year nto Low r«ord this date (tmaj'".",","'. Mcun lemp. yesterday ., Mean temp, yenr aco Normal temp, this date Humidity,5:30 P,m. yttertw".'".".', _ 5:30 ftjn. today '.'.',', D1» for Z4 houn'endlno at 5:30 a (Tueien time) , . 5:38p. m . Albuqu«rqui Atlanta ...... BlsmnrcJt..,'.'.i Bot:» ,. Boston Clurlottn.. Cnlcaio .. Cincinnati Cleveland . r.l Pa» Clear FOE ' Cloudy ' Clear · Cloudy 1 Cloudy · Clear Smokv · Fog ·Clcor · Haio Clear Clear Foe Clear Clear Cloudy .. -. Arte IX Worth Or'nd C'n'm A Clear Xndlanapoll* KannaClty Little Rock . Meophii . MUuni ITa Mllwiukn Montreal Ntw Orleini . N««» VoHc · . Oklataom* City PltunurtJt Portland. Mi .. Portland. Or* . Htno . ·all L*«* atr «t LouU .... ·an Antaal* .. Clear - Clew Foj Cloudy Pt.Cldy For Clear Srnok* Pos Cloudy Clear P*Cldy Clear Smok« Smoke Showers Cloudy Clew Cloudy Cloudy ·an , dear .Cloudy Rain lpok«n«,.., Tampa TUCtON W*ttln«ton Wichita Clear SE 4 SW 20 W 12 SE 19 S 7 SE 18 SW 23 Calm SE 4 SW 10 S 0 SE 10 SW 10 -KW 5 N 10 N 3 S 14 SE 9 S I S 9 S 3 Colm S 12 N S SE 4 S 12 S Calm SE a W 3 N 10 78 41 SE a 83 53 S 12 61 51 NE-J » 33 S 14 53 41 S J« S3 41 SW S S3 61 ' S 19 H 47 NE 1 M 37 .77 48 7 2 . 3 2 82 42 70 44 Si 49 49 42 S3 47 68 39 67 50 76 53 75 61 SI 55 80 33 79 S3 59 47 M 90 61 26 87 64 67 43 74 53 86 58 85 58 69 54 81 61 S JC G) 49 42 34 83 53 - 55 46 M .01 it Xumt, Arta. Clear ,,- W.*. NE 5 T» S I (4 S* S18 S2 42 Showtn SW 20 54 40 f O X , KE I 8J 63 SE I 83 St. SV! 2 NE 14 E 4 . Clcai 4S .. as sr .. tt 5S .. Burmtu New York Bank .\nd Trust Stocks Stli Bank of Am Nts (SF) (1.80) ... 2814 28 Bonk of Man (1.40 273;' -^li, Bank of NY Fifth (14) '320' 335' Bankers Trust (2) 4fl 48 Cen Han Bank Trust (4) 99 102 Chase Nat (1.60) . . . 353,4 .3735 Chem Bank Trust n.BOl 42 44 Coml Nat Bank 4- Trust (2) .... 61 6314 Cont Bank S: Trust 51; 5:-, Cont 111 Chi (4) R914 sj. Corn Exch f3) ,.,,,, 72^4 "43; Empire Trust (3) 115 124 First Nnt fBosI (2A) ta;4 53!', First Nat Chi (SI 522' 229 First Nat'N Y (801 1345 1303 ' Gunrantv Trust (12A) 207 255 Irvine Trust (.BOA) 18 19H Kins* County (Mi. -, 1575 1625 Manufact Tru?t (2.40) ,,,..,,.,, ^3 3 ; 533; Nail City (l.IO) l2i' 44% N V Trust (41 9!'i BSH Public Nat (2B1 4S 1 i 3V~, Title. Guar Trust , as; United States (S3) 555 complaint. M A R R I A G E LICENSE* Brire D. Hall, Clerk Ramon Hlco Olivas, 2S. Tucson, and Maria malla L. Yubctn, 23, Tucson. Maurice -Sandlln Stewart. 20, Tucson, nd Margaret Joan KJnlps, 18, Tucson. BIRTHS St. Mnry'j Hosoltal Born to Jvir. and Mrs. Edwin Hudspeth, 904 S. Norrls, a boy at 12:38 p.m. Oct. 27. Born to Mr. and Mrs, Jose Altnmarano, 24 E, Kodco, a Elrl at 2:03 p.m. Oct. 27. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Truman MarUngly, Buffalo Trailer court, a girl at 2:38 p.rn, ict. 27. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Codncr, 440 E. Linden St.. a boy nt 4:55 u.m. Oct. 27. Born to Mr. and I.Trj. Francis Hoss. 2102-C Davis-JIonthan field, a girl ict. 27. · Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Montlel, 13 W. 43rd St.. a Rirl at 12:45 a.m. Oct. 28. Tucson Medical Center Born to Mr. and Mrs, David R. "Dye, 420 E. District, a elrl nt 3:14 a.m. Oct. 27. LEGAL SOT1CK ., NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Wednesday the 1Sth day of Novemner ». at the hour of eleven olplock in hf enoon of- that day. at the main-door ol the Ciry Hall In th* City of Tucjwm Plm? Count-/ Arltona I will In pursuance ol Ordinance No 1224 nf the Ordinances nf the Mayor anrt Council of the.Tltv of Turpon sell it onhlle auction, to thr hishejrt hlridp.T the followlne descrlhcd oarcel -nf land to. wit · , - . Tttat certain alley situate between Lots I - a n d 2 IE Block. 12'of American Villa Resnhdlvision 4n the City of Tucson ,-Arl- lona, as the samp appears of record In the office of the County -Recorder of Pima County. Arlrona. in Book s of Map* and Plats at Pace 10 thereof which said* parcel of land was vacated ·* · public alley under the provisions of tain Ordinance No 1224 above referred to. Thp Mayor and Council reserve the righ- to rejecf any and all bids Dated this ath day of October ISM. /«/ CARI M HITT. (Seal* - · ' · - ' City rierV Publish- Oct. 9. 10. II. 13L 13! 14; U. 17, .18 II. 20. 51. 23 24.25. 20 27. 28. 30. 11 Nov 1 3. 4. «. 7. .8 9. 10 II. 1050 Livestock KANSAS CITY,; Oct.'. if,' Cattle: compared-wlth"liV week's .-dole medium and good short-fed stceriTllOO'lbi. up. 50,!.00 lower; top good 'and'cholc« 1,!00 , up-in ' , lower; steers under l^ioo/lbn. uteady.'toj'SO lower with Tdnds-grading 1 average good or better in , limited supply "vand f generally steady; heifertf mostly steady, ~ instances 25-50 lower on. medium to-low good chori feds; cows uneven, mostly'^steady, 4 spots 25 lower on medium grade and,instances fully 25 higher on calmer, cutter and common beef cowsr'bulls strong to fl hlcher; veal- era firm;',killing ( calves'. stronB, to 100 higher; ctocker* and feeders opanlng. strong to mostly W higher; -part of advance lost on later rounds; high choice 1,154 Ib. Iowa lei steoM 32.50; small lot choice; 1.M7, Ibs 3300; average 'medium and-'Jood steers largely 26.00-30.00; low ta average good 1,37C Ibs. 28,50 late; few loads high good and cholce'.mtxed-yearlings 3OO-32.00;^gobd1o low choice/fed heifers 23.00-30^0:. medium to low good short feds 25.00-28.75: medium and good stock steers 25.SQ-3Q 73r few loads high good and choice 31,00-32 50; Choice '725 Ib..^Colorado!' included at -31 ^5: medium and good feeders 850 Iba. up 24 30i 20.00; choice 800 Ib. feeders 30.00;~good and choice--Stock; .heifers. 26.00-28,00;: 'good .-and choice steer clvcs 30,00-3450; top choice calves scarce. Hogs:-compared with last Friday uneven, lights -and-butchers -25-CO .lower;,.most decline bn weights 'below ISO'-Ibs;; practical closing top: 19.50; 1 load-choice 220 lb». 10.03: bulk, good..and cboice-180-30o;,lbs. 1S.CO-50; sows 23 : lower at 17.25-18.75; CHICAGO, Oct. 28 C/P)--Hogs were quoted nominally from '518.00 .to $10JO.at the. livestock yards .today.-: Cattle- and .sheep -were nominally, steady. Barrows and gilts lost 50 to 75 cents while sows werc ; "down 50 cents tills week; A slight .'pick-up in demand developed as- the week ended ,'after ; a -steady :'downturn hrough. the forepart of-the week. A drop n wholesale pork, where loins lost $8,00 to ;8,00,. contributed to She easiness In the live :ojr -trade. Demand for ; slaughter steers this week centered on' yearlings and light-welchts. leavy steers were a drug on the, market Jtecr yearlings . closed steady, to _25 cents higher. In contrast weights over 1,200 poumls sank 50 cents to ;SI.00 with little demand even at this decline. Stocks Edge Ahead Slowly But Surely ,-:"·/.: --l_--i--:--.. · , . . - ' »v Stbcks-f-Firm; price, changes'narrow. ·f-,~, Bonds--^Steady;' some ; rails -improve. _ / '·'' Cotton--Higher; ,trade price fixing/ "' -' Wheat--Easy except 1 for'July; trade-light. ";, Cora--Mixed; light .trade;"' profit-taking. 1 ,," . Oats^rSteady; small-,price-,changes. "\, Hogs-r-Nominally steady. , - Cattle--Nominally steady. (TJSDA--Salable hozs 500, total 4,000 r estimated): compared week ago: .barrows and tfilta 50-75 lower: sows SO lower. Week's op was 20.00 paid early with the low top f MAO lowest since early May, Closinc top was 19.50 with bulk good and choice 180-280 b..,welchtst nt- 13,33-10,50, Small numbers 60-170 Its. Broucht 18.75-13,25. Most sows old into at 17.00-18.7S. Salable .cattle '500 (estlmatedl: total.not' jlven: compared- -week ago: receipts 0,000 lead larger than last week but part ol the Increase made up. of cattle, for the fitoeker nd feeder show; .steer yearllnfis under ,000-Ibs. steady to 23 higher, 1,000-1,200 II). (eers and yearlings steady to 50 lower, leers over 1,200 Ibs. 50 to 1.00 -lower: heifers 900 Ibs. down steady, heavier weidhts steady to 50 lower; cows steady,to ully 25 lower; bulls lost early advance and losed steady: vcalcrs strong; stoelcera · and eeder« around 850 Ibs, down 50 to' 1.00 ilBher, .heavier weights steady; few -loads choice .to prime 1,085-1,300 Ib. fed steers 33.2S-34.00', hullc Rood end choice fed steers nd. yearlmfis under 1,200 Ibs, 30.00-33.flO, lost £ood and choice steers 1,200 Ibs. -up old late at 28,50-31.50, choice to prime 1,476 1. welRhta 30.25, roush but very fat I.G03 3S. 28.25, very few medium steers below 6.00: five loads choice to prime 020-1,050 fed heifers 32,25-33.00, bulk good and holce fed heifers 23.75-31.75, load 1.2SO- In. rontana crass-fed barren heifers 24.50: ractical top on-Hood cows 23,00 with-little bove 22.50,. common and medium ' beef ows late 19.25-21.25 wttb canncrs and cut- 13.50-13.25: medium and- Kood sausage coastal Oil, and Technicolor. ulls 24.50-27JM,. week's top 27.25:. medium c. choice vealcrs. 28.00-34,00: -bult medium nd irood stockers'and- light feeding, stce: 5.00-29.50; choice 565 Ib. yearlings 32.5C choicB to fancy Colorados: 34,00. ' , 70RK, Oct.-23. (ff)--The stock market edged'ahead today .in ·a slow but persistent advance, .' - The.'market was far from one- slded'for a fair-sized group of Issues either remained at Friday's closing levels or backed down a trifle. Most gains were limited to less than $1 a share. Trading, 'dropped to the usual slow Saturday rate after an open- Jng-flurry of activity. Sales for tht- two-hour session were in the neighborhood of 700,000 shares. Today's^rally, was a,, carry-ovar from a ponderous advance yesterday.. The day before, the market took the steepest dive since the end ROW .IONUS AVKRAGES Ctodno, »w«rnfle» furniihed oy Oovb Jonet A Co through E. F Mutton 4 Co. mem ben of the New York Stock Exchange. Bond Business Bare Trickle SATURDAY Ind. 30 . 22841 . 228.58 20 67,35 67,82 Utll. StcKi 15 S5 40,29 SI 90 NEW YORK, Oct. 28. W)--Bond market activity tapered off to a trickle of routine'business today. Price changes were in minor fractions for the most part and trends were obscure. Kelease of the government report on the Philippine economic commission stimulated interest in Philippine Railway bonds, ordinarily inactive. The 4s of 1937, long In default, advanced 1% points to 11 and certificates representing the sariie bonds advanced 1% to 11. Elsewhere plus marks were jut as small as minus signs. Slightly of June when prices cracked wide open after'outbreak, of the Korean war. Losses' ranged from $1 to more than $3 a share. N. Y." Shipbuilding was an outstanding weak spot today with, a higher prices were paid for Union Pacific -2%s, Boston Maine '4%s, Central of Georgia 4V£s and Consolidated Edison 2% s. Lower prices were taken for Missouri Pacific Gs, Michigan Central 3%s, New Haven 4s .and income 4 3 /aS, Philadelphia Electric 2%s and Shuns Proposal Of State Medicine WASHINGTON; Oct. as. c*j -- A recommendation ' has - been ; made and turned down,that ~the U. S, ftuttatt Bailjj (Eithfn 10 ··turdax Cvtnlni, Oct. », .1HO- .Cotton 'I XEW YORK, Oct. M. W-Cotton *utur«« ? continued firm tod»y, although Uumwkrt did jnot display: «i much, strength' u In - ; bureau of 'Indian affairs turn, pre- previous mcloni. During -early , deallngj vantive medical work'" among Indians over to the states. Dr. J.'*P. Ward", director of, the Arizona department of health, and several health officers from-other states, ^iet with Dillon Myer, director of the Indian .'bureau, here yesterday; "Mr. Myer wouldn't go with us on our proposal to trans- "* fer some of the bureau's health activities to" the state,'" Df. Ward said. "We did, however, reach an agreement on use of more Indian :ersonnel for sanitation; child care and prenatal instruction,'! he added: Dr. Ward explained why tile Na- :ipnal Association of State , Health Directors wanted the states to takej over the preventive work. i It has always been difficult to :et nurses, under civi] sei-vice ex-! animations, he said. Even though!^ ,he nurses may have, excellent!^ training, they are handicapped by!. lack pf knowledge of the language!) and customs of the Indians. Much ° of their work, he said, can be performed by young Indians. In the general sessions yesterday, the .doctors heard discussions of civilian defense programs. Dr. Ward told. 'the group that Arizona s not so much interested in a de ense against bombing as it is in caring for: refugees from.; the 'west advances ranged ai much a» $2 a bale. level attracted increased profit taxing at well as hedging. ,,The advance wai due t» a continuation of trade buying and-a'««arc- ty of'Offerings. Some of'the late'nlllnc wa» attracted to'the.markot by, Wa«bJn»ton denials -that official*'-, were' contemplating s cotton export quotas.. Such'rumort were ..Instrumental in .boostiag-, cotton prices sharply on.-Friday. Futures_-closed unchanged 'to. $1,10- a.bala higher' than- the"~jrcvlous close. High Low CloM\ Dec 40.80 40.50 JO 58-8T 40,73;" 40J2^ 40 W 40.40 40.24 40,34 40.01 3942 31.94 3C.OS · 36,40' :.M.40 M.47 36.25' M.2I 36,35 3SJ5 M.K Oct. .. Dec;- .. March Middling spot 4i,41N-up,.«. . N-Nomlnal, time- 7 The decline followed omission of the usual dividend. The company said the dividend ; was skipped because of- unexpected losses on' construction- of six vessels. · ' '. i ' " ' ' · ' - . " ' ' " . . Higher prices were paid for U.S. Steel, Bethlehem-Steel, Armco, General Motors, Chrysler, United Aircraft, I^adio Corp., American 'Zinc, American Cyatiarnid,: Pennsylvania R.R.,,Nickel,Plate; and Texas Co. . Some rail way. issues improved in, the bond market. Pacific 2%s. . There was no business in government bonds, Foreign dollar, loans were quiet. Spotlight Stocks NEW YOHK, Oct. 28. (W-- Sales, closing price and net change oi the sixteen most active stocks today. Callahan Z Lend . Graham' Paige ., Beth steel Rcpuh Avla ..... Radio Corp Gen Motors ., Cons .Vultce N Y Shipbuilding ·-'17i,i Ahead in the curb were U.S. Foilju, s steel "B," Cities Service,; Claude Neon,! A TM kz ^ hLd * s ··· Dominion Steel, and Massey-Harris. Am Rad std sari'! Barium Steel slipped, with Clinch- Republic' steel ...... field' Coal,;. ·Creole- Petroleum, Pan-|Am n co M |?eei".'.'.'.'.'." ISocony Vac . 37,000 . 24,100 . 12,700 . 9,500 . B.BOO . 8,700' 51 . 8,000. 15 . 7,800' .15',', , 7,500 4114 , 7,400 151/4 , 7,400 2»', , 4,900 ]3'/4 , 4.0C0 1 43 4.800 T/, 4.400 4!!i 4.400 25 2»,i D ·2',4 No 473,4 A 1214 A '··', A A A D 1 A A A A A N o ' A 1 coast in the event there. attack Dedicated to the best in service ' with e v e r y effort to minimize expense REILLY FUNERAL HOME, John I. '-.- Cecelia M. Chris A. ReilJyJr. . Reilly Rellly D i a l 2 - 2 8 8 9 § · AMBULANCE SERVICE · Dignified Funeral Services ^ Have Been Conducted ? for. Over 50 Years y 102 E. PENN1NGTON § iv^x5x^x^x^x^)ii MORTGAGE LOANS All Sizes Kinds, Lowest Ratri! Prompt Servicel Murphey Realty Mortgage Co. " . ' . . ' . MORTCA(iK'SFEClAI,lST8 200 N Stone KstjihllKhrd 1890 Phnnf £.2893 New York Bonds ATSF, 4s.05 ...-.,..':25!4 1251!i 125! ACL 4S 32. . O 8s 55J ......... CGW 43- 88 .......... CMSPP Ine 4i5s 2019 . Hud C 55 62A 99 . \-YC 5s 2013 Jn Pac 2!=s 01 Vest Un 5s 60 ..,.,..,,;.,102 .102H-I02',4 102! 80 80 SO 93?i 93»i 03? -75',S' 75!i 75' 63.! . C2 3 ,4" 63 100 100 100 75!i.- 75 75 102 102 TUCSON MORTUARY A Friendly. Sincer* Service Next to Cathedral Dial 2-7429, . 202 S. 8ton» A Message f rom Teachers- to Arizona Voters V. S. (John) Hosleffer Republican For REPRESENTATiyE ^ DISTRICT NO.; 8 : Vote for him at Sam Hughes School, -Church of Christ 'on Country Clnb Road, and El Conquistador Hotel. ; Un'isted Securities Published by the NASD As of Noon, New York Tlma BANKS AND TRUST C O M P A N I E S Bid Ash Bank or Douslaj ($2.501 5!) c First National Bank 1(1.501 31 Phoenix Title Tr. Co. ($8.00) .IflO Valley National Bank (S.701 19 U UTILITIES Arizona EdlJO-i (S1.001 ... , 171J la Central Arizona TJcht CS.80V..,,. 11(4 12 Mississippi River Fuel (S2.00) ... 32 32 Public Service N. M. (11.00) ' . . I B 1! Southern Union Gas ($.80) ...... 20',i 21 "·ex. East. Transmission (41.00),. 17'4 W Tucson GJIJ. Ll£ht ($1,«OV . 201,4 as INVESTMENT TRUSTS AUlliated Fund -..,H.a« 14.' Boston Fund ., 22.01 23. Iroad St. Investlnz *. 3icmical Fund ,, Dividend Shares 1.54 1. Eaton Howard (balanced) Eaton Howard (stock) .. fundamental Investors 18,78 Incorporated Investors ......... 27.44 Investment Co. ot Amo-lca.... 10« ·Toss, [nx'estors Trust , 31^0 fat. Investors ,, . Nat, Securities (stock) ,...,,,,,. S.54 Nat. Securities (speculative).... 3.57 Television Fund ....'....... 12J7 Metal Market NEir YORK. Oct. S3. e«--Spot nonferrous metal prices today: Copper 241i cents pound. Connecticut Valley. Lead IS cent* pound. New--York. Zinc 1714 cents ad? fast St. Louis. Tin J1JU a pound * N U T R I L I T E t Food Supplement HAM REDDIE, Agent «Bd Dtotrlbntor 1031 E. 6th, Tucson Dt*I t0085 flroaflcast Monday thron£b Friday 9:40 ·.m. Dial 14K--M.OPO BURR ADJUSTAGRiLL CfiH is idjusTabte up jnd down, (as »hown) for u»« '»t «n)r pojiliori to mainlain · constanr lemperatur*. Unit ·!» portible,. comti compltt* with dc»r - «nd-i6"x24"'8r!ll. 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