Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 32
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Grains Drift Gently Lower CHICAGO^ Oct. 30., /P) --Grains' drifted gently lower today in the absence of any^ aggressive demand. ^idH New York Stock List Eariy seUing Jn.cocn, reflecting a weaker cas'h market, touched off -the decline. "Wheat showed some firmness· at the Start, but all-but 'the July contract eventually-sank, j'uly,-representing the 1850, crop displayed independent firmness^for the second straight day. · " " " . . Soybeans were down a couple of cents most of the day. Receipts of each beans at major terminals showed no important increase. However, traders noted that beans unlike corn, cannot be used on the farm and must be shipped to Abbot I. Acme Steel Adams Exp Admiral Corp: AirSeduct Alaska Jun " Allegheny Corp Alleghany pf ', Alleg-Ll'Steel: Allied : Chem AUied Mills Allied Strs Allis'Chal - 12 4214 D 1 3 23% A 1 22=i-D 2814 25 25Vj D », 20 D 1 D 1 9i 75141D11 market some time. Wheat closed lower to 1% higher, December $2.23^-%: corn was .%·% 'lower, December, Sl-.53%%; oats were % lower to % higher, December 84%; rye was %-% low' -- ' soybeans I higher, Noyember"?2.5SU-$2.57%," and lard was 15 to 65 cents a hundred pounds lower, November $12.65$12,70. Wheat , 2.25'i 2.2» 2.24!t 2J5!l-',i' 2.30ft 2.30ii 2.2914 2.30 li . 2.30!! 2.30% 2.231a 2 30!!,-5t -er, December $1.43%; were 1 cent lower to Dee. Mar. May July Dec. Mar. May _ July Dec. Mar May July Dec. May July Nov. Jan. Mar. May July Nov. Dec. Jan. Mar. Corn .... 1.MV4-H 1.54?« 1-53*4 l.WHi '.'.'.. lisgij- lisS'S isn't 1.53'/, .... 1.58-57TI 1.58 1.57 1:57% Oati 84^-31 .04)1 JOS -84H 8-Hi JM'A-..JB%. .841. I.'.'.' .'-«! '.-riVt ·'*£ ·"'''" Rye , ,... 1.43 3 ,!. 1.43%. 1.43 1.MV4 .... l-SO^a l.SO^i 1.49H 1.4933-50 .... 1.53 1.52 3 ,j 1.51% 1.52?i Soybeans .... 2.59V=-59 2.591i 2.35H 2.5JV4-S7? .... 2.53-63}!:' 2.63 2.58»4 2.61'/4-01 ....2.6354 2.64 2.61 . 2.C3 J ,4' .... 2.65-C4!ii 2.651J 2.62V-, 2.63V4-05 .... 2.B5=i 2.66. 2.631i 2.651S, Lard ...,13,25 13.25 12.85 12,65-70 ...14.25 14.35 14.00 14.20...14.35 14.35 14.05 14.15 ...14.50 S4.50 14.15 14JO - . ., .14.60 14,60 14.37 14.45 Am Airlines AmBankNote Am-Broadcast Am Cbl. Rad Am Can Am Car T? Am .Cyan Am Sc For Pow Am,Gas El Am Home Pd Am Loco Am' M Fdy Am 'Metal Am Pw U Dl',1 A V, Am Had St S 107 13i D li ·27 IS 6 24 39 92 36 ' 4 i 49 IS'Dili 78 ·7 34 55 24 17 47 70" Dlii 7 2ft. A Vn 7 24. 35 16?« D li 11. 145S-A ',« 7 41 87 18 55 DH: 2831 D '. 17 D V. 1114 D 6 D 50% A ',i 3014 D V, Falrb Mop : FaJardO'Sug' federal D Str: Firestone Firth Cpt ' FMntkotc Florida Pow Follans Steel Food Ma ch Froeport-Sul Am-Saf Ear Am. Seating Am 'Smelt SU yd Am' Susar AraVTcl Tel Am'^Tobacco 1 , Am Viscose 23 Am Woolen Am ';Zlic Anacon Cop' And Pri OU 64 Armco Stl . 2i Armour . Co Assd .Dry G Atchison All Cst Line Atl ' Rcfln Atlas . CP Avco Mig 3 6 4J1S 17 65 33 31% , 8 55 42 151 '17 6»!4 26 99'A D ·D 14 A D D ii A3 1 J D 4f m 351/4 Diit 33 D14 4334 D2^ TZ-'-'lMi'D U 20 18!i D.?b 13 12S'ADP,J 13 54VD" ?! 73 67H D ';, 1 24 B 61 15 30 28 30?, Unlisted Securities Published by tho UASD At of- Noon. New York.Time BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES Bank of Douglas ($2.50) First National BanK (51.50) ,. Phoenix Title Tr. Co. ($3.00) UTILITIES Arizona Edison ($1.00) Central Arizona Light ($.80. . Mississippi River Fuel (S2.00) .. Public Service N. M. ($1.00) . Southern Union Gas ($.801 ... Tex.. East. Transmission (51.00) Tucson Gas Light ($1.40) INVESTMENT TRUSTS Bid Asked ,. 53 C3 ,.3! ,.130 .. , 17!i . "li . 32 . 16 1714 . 20 U Bald Loco Bald Ohio Bald . Oh PP Barber Oil Barker Bros Beatrice P.DS Bend .Horn · Ap G 14V B D Va 4 30% PI 4 45 8 23% D V- Jl 41 Dl, 68 D2 5 7 .J4 ,25/4 ' a iTJii 21 IBft.D ',4 . 33 30% Dili 78S Ze',4 D i Galr (Robertt :ar..Wood Ir.-J" Gaylord Cont Gen Am-Tran !cn Bak ;en:Cable GenEict. Gen'Toods Gen Mills Gen Motors Gen Pub Ut Gen --Real ..k.'.Uf .4' 774 Gen · 'Soho Gen S CosPf 5.30 131 NY Sta E *'G 9 23^i D Vt Noma Elec · J7 14 D ", Norf ',* West 16-49!iD.?4 No "Am Aval 40 14',', D ',', No -Am'er Co 55 X^* D \, No Nat Gas ,13! ) Nor Pac ·- ,- 49 25'/a D ,% Nor Sta Pw J 1 Sp^lOlaD"^ Northw -Airl 15 10=. A Vt O D-lj, D %, Ohio Edls · Ohio Oil Oliver' Cp Omniius Otis Elcv Owens 111 iG! 14 10H A 16- 8ft T) ·'01 49 7 47=,iD 1 56 A 287 50'4 D J,i Pac Gas Fac T.ight Pac, Mills Pac Tin Con 16. Packaid M 31 Pan Am W Airw 36 7 32Ji D TJ1 18 40 50 10' 11- 1T.2 D y. 431 2% A y, Bros t Goebcl Ere%v Goodrich · oodyear Grah PaiEe ?ranby :. Min Ct N-.-Ir -Ore Gt KOI; Ry- Pf 19 42?i D li ·t West -Sue -reyhound Grum Airc En 15 31% D J' 8 |PitPiat G| tuantan El 23 I Xd 5 30',', E .,, .Wt D V. 24-Ji D Vt 12 A Vt 33=1 D-ft - 7 0 . D2',i 32 D 30!i D'1,1 «li E 4 3% D' li PanhPR Param Pfct Park Utah.- Parke Dav Patino Mln Pennes' (JO Pcnn Dix Ccm Penn PwLt Penn HR Petrol Cp Pf eifier Br PhclpsDod PhllaElec- 5 'IS'A D VajPhll fcd CI ' D V, Phllco Philip M S IVi D.i,4 26, mi O ib 40 13,i, D it f 65 ,, 5 22Ti D »« IS- 25% . 54 -18U D li » -16 11 20ii-D =,i 30 58- -D Vt 7 2G',b A ft 22 ISli.D 21 17 43 D114 SB'.i Railroad Bonds Activity YORK. Oct., 1 30. ; m--There was. substantial activity i n ' a few selected railroad 'issues · today but for the most p;irt ttie'bond market' wag quiet." _ ' Trices were" ahead a' little and followed a narro\r pattern, excepting' ia the more active' carrier sues.| " ... " Near the^ start' of the firfcl hour Livestock Gulf Oil 1 Halliburton Harb Walker Mfg Hilton Hot Holland 5"urn lomcstakc Houd Hcrsh. tli ere were,, several wide/ price changes.. ·_ " · · · Central of-Georgia 4%s-advanced 4% points, Cuba .Railroad 6s were ahead 1% and -Lackaivanna 4s were up -a point. There were an equal number of fairly large declines, however, 'with Northern Pacific 4%s of 2047 down two points, Peoria and Western 4s off m. and Mountain States phone down a point. U. t S. treasury, bonds were quiet! and there was little' activity in O J U ^ B ·*·* -,g J-liUJf iVIUi" i **u-.3 . _ · ~ i ii u j. i* 4BMO D Vt Phillips Pet 39 73=. A Vt the foreign dollar list,-excepting -- ~ "' " " o n Australian Jiens. Several Aus-; tralian bonds, however,'. sold at fractions above the Saturday close while'-Brisbane 5s of 195S were! C Jin 19 W, u in jritr-Jft^J SUE 5 8 !t D i» PltScrB Gulf .Mob OI7 16% D-=4lPittstonCo IS 31 2D-.27 s 6 ·6 14 13 78'yi DIgiPlymouth Oil Ipisss Steel.Car Proct Sc Gam |Pub Sv E ' G. iblick Ind iman ·eOU Purity Bk Dl .D : 38V IfUDli Pulln 3 . Pure E},1,.lt. 30?4 Affiliated Fund $4.37 5173 Boston Fund 22.04 23.83 Broad St. Investing :.. 18.42 1M1 Chemical Fund 17.46 18.88 Dividend Shares 1.64 '1.80' Eaton Howard 28.87 30.B7 Eaton' a: Howard (stock) 20.02,'21.{8 Fundamental Investors ......... 15.79 18.40' Incorporated Investors S7.50 29.73 Investment Co. of America ... 10.87 11.81 Mass. Investors Trust 31.34 i3.88 Nat. Investors ,..,', 10.51.11,36 Nat. Securities (stock) ...;... 5.55 6".07 Nat. Securities (speculative)..*, 3.57 3.90 Television Fund .,., 12.28 13,38 Chicago Butter .CHICAGO, Oct. 31). yp)_Buttcr 'steady; receipts (two days} -420,432; wholesale selling prices -unchanged -to V, cent a pound higher; 03 score AA- 63J; 92 A "62.5: 90 B 80.3; 89 C 58.25; cars: 90 B 61:25: 88 C 59.25. Eggs steady; receipts (two days) 8,704; wholesale selling prices unchanged to two cents n dozen higher; U. s. extras 57-61; U. S. standards 33-41; current receipts 32-33- dirties 30: checks 29. Live poultry: fryers weak, balance fully steady,- receipts 29 loads; f.o.b. paying prices unchanged to a cent lower: heavy hens 22-26: light hens 20.51-21; roasters 26-30; · fryers J4-2J; old roosters 19-1S.5; ducklings 28; ducks 22. Bengust Mng Best Co Best Fds Beth Stl Bigc San Blaw Knox Bliss (E.W.) Boeing Airp Bond Strs Bordcn · Bore Warn' Bride Brass Briggs Mfg Bristol My Bkly U Gas Brown -. Btf Bucy Erie Budd Co Burl Mills Burr Add M Butler Bros Butte Cop Callahan Z Calmn flee Can Dry , Canad Pac Caro P -I* .Case. (Jli Catcfpil Tra Celancse Celotex Cen . SW Cer De, Pas Cert-Teed Chcs Ohio Chicago Cp Hi 3 28-^4 A V 200 46»i Dl'/a 0 30 B IS 3 .! D V, 16 135i A li 39 36- D '.'a 30 16 D Vt .-9 51 ' - . ' - . 14 66,i D '.i 26 12% D « 9 31 i 3 26!1 A l,i HI Cent : ni Power Indpls P Sc L Indust Hay Inland Steel Inspir Cop Interlake Iron IntBusMach Int Harv Int Nick Int Paper Int Shoe Int Tel Tel Int Silver Intcrst D Str 0 2 7 5 e ·12 11 15 17 6 . 1 34% D V. 53 Dl 4014 D 50 A H 1614 D ',' Radio Corp Radio K O Kcm Band Reo Motors Repub Avia Repub Pict Repub Steel Revere C B BexallDruB . Richfield Oil Rob Fulton Safeway St St Jos Lead , StLSanF St Beg Pap Savage Arms Intertype ' 3B!i Dl 13',i D 18% A 17 D 141 Jewel Tea 24 D % 1414 A 13 1231 D : 4 Vi D 21i D U IB'.i D -V, 29 A li D21, 37 D li 1414 D 14 Wi D li Ch M Sp Pac 96 ' 03 64 24 100 5 31 5D : 13 46 33 IS. 13 n. 42 l«i D !i 43 24 Ch.M SpSiP.' 174xd ' Chi W Pac Chllds Co Chrysler CIT FJnan Cleve El HI' Climax Mo Clinton Fd , ClucttPcab Coca Cola ' Colg Palm CoUinsAik Colo B' Iron Col Gas Col Plct Coml-Cred Coml Solv Comw Edison Con Copperm 12',', D 151/4 D · 3914 Dl= S!i fl 4 95 33 47?i D 7 3 45' 24 4 33 3 ,: 2 2BH Johns Man Jones L Joy JWC 1 3014 D li I 1 .63 -A li 7 42H D 125' 425J, Dl K 4 2»!i D I Kan City Sou Kan Pw Lt Kennccott Kora C Land sRC (SS) Kress (SH) - Krokcr Co Laclede Gas Lambert . Lchlch CN 59 D2 1714 D It 6714 59 ' D2 40',4 D 14 521', D 4 7111 Dili . 614 23!', D li 914 Lch Port C. 10 4754 A 55 114 60% D, 15 22- -p 54 3411 D 3 ,S . Lch Val Coal, .10 31 D li Lehman- Co "· ' ·!· . D 1 ' 3 120. 7 46 4 41 48 13 D D D ', 12ii D = 8 SO- j D 49 IDli ID 33 27T a 11 5 13 33 29 li r Metal Market SEW YORK. Oct. 30. (ff)-Spot nonferrous metal prices today: Copper 2414 cents a pound, Connecticut valley. Lead 16 cents pound. New York. Zinc 17!i cents a pound. East St. Louis. Tin 1.24 a pound New York. Domestic zinc futures closed 50 to 100 lower, Dec. 2B.OO: Jan. 25.75N; Mar. 24.73A. (A--Asked: N--Nominal.) Copper futures closed 50 higher. Foreign Exchange NEW YORK. Oct. 30. On-Foreign exchange rates follow (Great Britain In dollars, others In cents): Canadian dollar in New York open market V, t per cent discount or D5.25 U. S, cents, up 1/16 of a cent. Europe: Great Britain unchanged. (pound).:$2.8014, Great. Britain ' 30-day futures Z.80 9/16 Unchanged, Great Britain 60-day futures changed. ^Grcat Britain ?TM lum ,, tlrimc J-Wil. unchanged; Trance (franc). ,2a;t O f chanced, sr ( ^f u .^ r0£: ^nr* a Sged Portugal (cscudo) 3.50. unchanged Sweden (kronal- 19.37. iinchangcd ·taSST""' (£ranc) « r « »i.TM- futures ,S.S1'.',, un- cent, un- Brazil (free) 5.50. unchanged Mexico 11.57. unchangedT temp, year ago '" Low record this date (1913) Consum Pow Container Cont Can Cont Motor Cont Oil Copper Bnf Corn Prod . Crone Co Creamer Am Crown Cork Crown Zell- 4-1% D IC'.i A ) 30''. 75 31 15 14' 351J D 55 7% A V 15 ~ W, D Vs W.4 25% D l.' 2S 3 ,i D ','4 11'/, B 43',i A I,: Crucible Stl 43 29T'« D 3 ,i Liquid Corb Lockh Alrc Loew's Ins". Lone St Cem LorUlnrd Lou i-Nash Lowchstein Mack Trucks M«cy (RSI Magma Cop Magnavox Marac Oil Marine Mid Marsh Field Martin (GL) Dept Str Maytag McGraw 31 MctntyrP McKes Sc R Meac" Corp Mesta Mach Mid Cont Pet Middle S Dt ninn Honeyw illnn Mol' Miss-Ion Cp [WElsslon .Ev Cub Am Sue Cudahy Pk Curtis Pub Curtiss Wr 9% D Dayt P ': I. 29 Deere Sc Co 44 Del '. Hud 5 Del Lack Sc W 22 Den BffW 3 Det EdJs D^t'Cp Scag Dome SUnes Doug Aiic Dow Chsm Dresser Ind Du Pont Eazlc Plch East Air L Eastm Kod Eaton Mfg Ekco Pd- El Auto Llt« Elect Boat . Elliott Co , El Paso N Gas ' Emcr E] M : Empire D El End John ErlcRR Eversharp 3q?4 D 5SK D 40',i A 10',i D 33',i D 25 227i D 33 J5',a D 8 I4V1 A V, 4xd79',i D 20 6BV4 D %, ^ isii D '/ 3 52 79 D1J4 · 2 19% D li 22 15!4 a-', 1 , 25 45H D =i 10 37 Dili 17 145i D =i 50 44% D. ft -5 mi D % Ilia D 15 23Vs-D '.i S 1S',1,D ', 2 I8»4 D '* 3 29 3 ,i 45 15=i D =1 9 HVt- D =(, Lcrner Str . -'14 Ub-O P Glass 23 Lib McN L^l'.M- Llgg Se My . . 5 Lima Ham '. 25 Lion. OU 10 D l-ikD'14 30??X.',i .10% .-.:. A ' 33 5 .12 26 5 63 5 C7 46, 21% D : Vi ·14 48", D Vt IB 42 .D is 5 20?i A li CHICAGO, Oct, 30.- (flV-Tradln* In .Eve hoifs turned.slow and resulted in a'weak to 35 cents lower..market today. ^ ^Estimated, receipts of 14,000 head were well above the actual arrival of 71,640 a week ago. Cattle were, steady to 50 cents higher but sheep steady to 25 cento off. - Mcst good and choice 'butcher weight hogs 'sold nnrrpwly, from .$18,50 to -$19.15, with · several '· loads .grading "choice .topping at *13J5, Most sows were $16.00 to 'SI8.75. High-choice and choice to prime Bteeri and'yearlings mei^ted ; 'Sl33.00':,to $33.75' and medium'.,and -up-to/choice kinds 'took J26.00 to J32.50 medium to good heifers were 1 S25.00 to'S30.!S''but a few'loads'choice hit;:M2.00 and S32.50./Good bulls.topped:»t'$26,va and choice. vcalcrs : at $34.00, Salable hogs 14,000; slow: 23-31 cents lower on butchers; unevenly weak to mostly 25 cents, lower .on sows;-top 19.25. for several, loads choice 180-220, lb.; mostly: 13.10 and 10,15 market for good^and choice 1BD-2SO Ib. welnhta'.'Tnarkct'-closed slow.' with "few late sales 'these weights at 19:00: Yew. lots 150-170'Ib. 18:50-19,00; good rand choice sows under 400 Ib, 18.00-18.75: : 4CO-3CO Ib. 17.00- few heavier Weights-down to around 16.00 for 600.1b.:avcraces. Salable catUc 14,000; salable calves 500; slaughter steers and, yearlings steady to 50 cents, higher compared with close of'last week; best demand for yearlings and light steers-l,100..1b. down; heiferSialso steady to 50 cents higher; closed slow, mostly steady; cows steady to 25 cents higher; advance', on cutters and utility; bulls and vealcrs leie- steady; good and choice fed steers and vear'iings '29.UO-32.50; several, high-choice and'..choice to, prime loads weighing 1,0501.500 Ib. 33.00-33.75; medium to Mow-Rood slaughter steers mostly around 26.00-Z8.00: mcsf medium ' to good heifers 25.00-30.25: few loads choice' 32.00-32.50: -common and 47% Dili llli O li 68 21% B 14 28% A- (J 581/4 D H 9 17M, D '.! . 23 10!« D '.i a sis 38 31 D 14 78 32% D : 50 44V, D ^a Schenlcy Ind 4 42 D s ,'t Seat Al RR 167 12',i D Vt Scab Knan 1 58 3 ,4 D, \\ Sears Roeb C 27 D ^a Servel' Sham O GG G Sharon SU Shell Oil. Co Sinclair Oil imith (AO) Socony Vac So P Rico Sug Sou Am GP ,ou Caro EG Sou Cal Edis Southern Co South Pac South Ry SparKsWlth Spcrr.v Spiegel- Std Brands Std GS-S4 Pi .td Oil Cal Std Oil Ind- ltd OH NJ ;tdOHOhio Std.St Spg ;teyens Stew: - Worn Stoke Van C Stone Web Studebaltcr Sunray ..Oil 225 35 34 D 1! D li 2914 D . 4514 D % 17 5 ,i D li 13 35?', A' ,i 13 45V. D ','« 27 -IP/i Q Vt 53 10% D =« 8 18'/4 D 1,4 108 33-Ji. D -=, .12- 38 D ! medium 'beef- cows 19.SO-21.23;'canners ft cutters 15.50-19.25: medium .and good bu 24.50-26.75; medium .to choice vealers 28, Selling Pressure ' I CiX Fo re es Dec line i Stccks-r-lower; late selling extends-losses'. ; Bonds--steady; some-rails in-demand. Cotton--irregular; liquidation- and-hedging.' . Wheat--mixed; July .-showed independent strength. Corn--easy; .cash grain receipts'increase. Oats--mixed; small price changes. Hogs--slow and weak to 35 cents lower; top $19.25. Cattle--steady'to 50 cents higher; top $33.75. NEW YORK, Oct. 30 (JF)--Per sistent selling undermined an early stock market rise today and drop ped 'most leaders into- losing jround. Declines ranged from a lew cents to around S2 a -share. The : session picked up speed on the downside, DOW JONES AV.KRAGK8 Closing, flvernpet furntiherf-oy Dow-Janet A" Co. tnrouah' E. F. Hutton A Co.;-mun ben .of the New York Stock Exchange. ahead a little over a point at one L KANSAS CITY Oct. 24. . r Cattle salable 15,000: calves salable 1.8D ^UJ 2 - fed steers and heifers' cradlng- avera good or better .fully steady: .lower steady, to easier:. some interests bJddir 25-50 lower: slaughter cows steady to lower; bulls, vcalers and kllUnB calv steady; medium to Eood. feeder steers 8, Ibs up slow,.-weak to 25 or more lowe other stocker and feeder classes fairly-a live, steady to strong: load -choice-to prim Among the fractional advances were Chesapeake and Ohio °"~ Detroit - Edison convertible Lehigh Valley 4%s and Pennsylvania Railroad 4143. The losers included Phillips Petroleum convertible 2%s, New York Central 4%s,- Katy first 4s and Consolidated Edison 3s. Public Records s. CITY-COURT Paul J. Ceila, Magistrate ,M. Rice, speeding, $10, bond for- felted." 1 ITii D ',.( j. s. Evans, drunk, aggravated assault, " 531/4 A Vt $10 and 10-days on first count, held for 9Vs D 1/4 pfma county on'second, .mi D.«,! Eddie Rodriguez, disorderly conduct,' »10 Murry L. Logan,, disturbing the peace, $15 or 15 days, , - 60 28. 24 _ t w o _ · 27 331i D WlhBnaTfbrieiteaT" . 10 5214 A i,4l prank B. Pederieo, orunk, assault, 19 32% D 1,4 D0 nd forfeited." Ill jay. D a 22% p '/ 3 47% 7'. 4',i D li 3 " 11 02 Illi A Vt 01 27 28 . 63i 15 llli 1 D ,i 14 74», D ' 56!i D : 32 32 ·81-. 8451-Dl' 13 32:: 23' 25 D ' 15 401',-A It 12'. 155k D Vt 21 -aSl'« .D 20 13 D 76 311,4 D ._ 131 J5',i D "i . u r unshine M Swift Co Xd 5 42^ D 111 Sylv : 15 33',i D li! Sym Gould, ^ M 2. 55»k A Vt 30 3V. D Vt 15 SSVt E " 25',i D ','4 7% D ',4 9?« A it 10 J5Vi Xd 4 2 19 4 50 3814 1 29 IGy IB 36;! 24 13V* 3 61% 7 12?i A « » 1 23 D 1511 D =1 48 D Texas Co Tex Gulf Prod 11 22 · ' Tex Gulf Sul 9 '83T..D Va Tex Pac L Tr 47 73 D3?i Mo Kan Tex 8 65i D Mo Kan Tex Pf 33 Mo Pae Pf tfonsan Chcm lontg Ward Motor Pd Mot Wheel Motorola ' HuUinsMlg Murray Cp 40=, D151 11 Sli D !« 22 64'/4 D Vc 35 62 Dili 13 33!i ZH 5 281/4 D U 40Tk D2!Ji 16ii D ?lj 22?i, D ?i Pnion Pac Onited. Air Lin United Airc United Biscuit United Corp United Fruit United Gas Cp 72 15 48 . 7 331i D 1', 42 471, D 5k 23 5 52 12 Tri. Cont Cp Twenty C Fox C Un Bag'i P Union Carbide 30 li B i,i 05 Dl!= 17'/4 H 1/4 30-/4 D *,i 2 2914 n %, 34 4 D Vi| 21 E41i ID 39 19 D United M-M. 5V 1S D U S Gypsum-- U 1051/3 D. U S Rubber 31 47 Dl U S Smelt " 26 US Steel- 410 40% v-w JUSTICE COURT Jamei M, Howsare, Precinct 1 - Clark H. Johnson, Precinct 2 ·Glenn Blessman,- ajwault with' inte'nt to!^"^ 1,082-lb. Colorado steers 23.00;. ' ' loa high good and choice fed steers'31.00-32.51 other medium and Rood eraln feds 26.00 30,50; choice to prime, mostly chol around 1,000-lb. Iowa fed heifers 32.5 few'.loads: average to hlgth good'fed hei ers ,23.50-30.50;. .other .medium.- and noo heifers 25.00-29.25: common and- medium eows 19.00-21.25; few 'good 21.50-22.50: fc loads, choice around 550-G50-lb. 'ycarlin stoclt steers: 32,00-33100: · bulk medium good stockcrs :!5.50-S0.50; few loads goo And choice 000-l,5W-lb. feeders. 28.00-2S.O other medium and Rood steers ; 830 "Ibs, 24,50-23.00: choice yearling. stock 1 heife 28.25: choice to fancy stock steer calv held- at: 38.00. .. ..-..-... . . . . ' . - . ' . Hog sv salable 4,500:':mostly 25-50-lowe good and choice 180^325' Ibs. -I8.75-19.0C few choice 200-220" Ibs. .19^10; sows m'osti. ir.M-lS.23: stags 15.25' down. ' '.'. LOS ANGELES.'Oct., so. w;--CFSMNI-- Cattle salable'3,900;,around 30 to 35 of ru sloclcers ' and ' feeders; moderate supp slaughter- cattle; trade-fairly active; larg y steady .on air classes: load medium an low good 1,171-lb. fed steers 29.40; medlu commit rape,-scMiomy. lewd and lasciviou: acts, $4,000 bond, held for superior court. Joseph Loyde, C. T. 'LUlard, and P. H Hedgc,_obtalnlng foo'd and abecondinj with, out-paying, S10 or 10 daysieaclv Edwin -A. Craw.. Ulcsaf driving acros divided highway. $5 or 5 days. Hobert Bosenfield, speeding, $10 or." II days. , ' -, ':· : · ' , · ·- - · ' ' Haul : .N, Vlllaescusa. failure to yield rich of way, continued to Nov, 4.. Ear] .".Cunningham Jr., speeding, $5 and 5 hours in Jail. 35 T osh Kelr 'at Auto F [at' Else rat Can , · !at Cash Keg rat Cont 'at Dairy Pd Tat Dept Str rat Distil 'at Gypsum Tat Lead lat Steel , 'at Sup 'atomas '. 'ewben-y CJ J) 1 38! ·ew.'.-Eng El 11 n?i "Jewmont M '3 .84 D Vewpt N Ship 3 32'4 D " Y Central 120 '0 D T Y Chi St L 4 !G7 D: NK Hart 16 ll!i'D A li IS',, 185, 11 16 55 3454'D '; 4 7' s D ' 9'41!i A lilwestMajy' 55 10 "D 5i West Un Tel , SUPERIOR COURT ' , J. Mercer John»on, Diviilon 1 -: . Lee Ga'rrett, Division 2 Valley, .National-, bank vs.. Carl Lark ux, complaint " f o r . 11,000.- George L. Smith ^et ux' vs. W. H. Freeman, complaint, for breach of contract. James Arthur- Merchant, petition for appointment' of guardian. . ".'.' .-. , DIVORCES - George Ma'e^Gleeson vs, Walter M. Glee- s'on, complalnti ^ -' Ludwlg Dillman .vs. .Dixie Lee Dlllman, . _ decree. · ' . ' ' * . . " : Textron SB- 13Ti A Vt Lillian Julia-Nelson vs. Alfred B. Nel- Thompson' Pd 3 68 Dl'/4 son, decree. 'v Tide Wa As 19 3111 Monna-Lce Retherford vs. Ealph Fore- Tlmk I5ct Ax 30 13 D li man Retherford, decree. Tlmlc R Bear 3 41',i.- , M A R R I A G E LICENSES Trans; W Air 4 17?i A V, · : Bell« D. Hall, Clerk Transmaer 32 16!i D Vt Henry A. Bcllezza. 61, Tucson, and Flor- 5o SVt D v, Ida DuBoIs; si,- Tucson. 20 22!i D la Antonio Molina,' 22, Tucson, and Carmen Valenzuela,. 21, Tucson. ' ' Richard Franklin Dallam, 2«, Tucson, and Nancy. Anir Gursky, 24, Tucson. ' · . BIRTHS' " .St. Mary's Hoipital . Born -to Mr. arid Mrs. Phil Hoffman, rt. 1, bx. 283, a boy at 0:45 ajn. Oct. 28. Born to Mr." and Mrs. Leonard R, Wehrle, 204 W. Kelso, a boy at 11:40 a.m. Oct. 28. Born to Mr, and.Mrs. Alvln Engeli-nann, T»? E. Greenlee, a girl at 12:10 p.m. Oct. 28. jBorn. to.Mr. and .Mrs. Jose . M. Wong, 3225 S. 12th ave., a:Doy at 12:47 p.m. Oct. 22. '. Born'to Mr.Vand Mrs. James E.- Gillesple, 567 S. Butler, * girl at 2:23 pjn. Oct. 28. Born to Mr. and 'Mrs. Juan Montiel, 909 Van Alia, a girl at 12:50 a.m. Oct. 23. Bom to-Staff Sgt, and Mrs. Orville Tipton, 58' Consolidated dwellings, a girl at fl:08 a.m. Oct. 29. Born to Mr. and Mrs. -Hlchard H. Cummings, 834.. Faris Promenade, a boy at 4:45 p.m. Oct. 29. ^ Bom to Mr. cud Jtlrs. James Vf. Tenery,. ' 8 iVanad Corp, iVa El Pow D "A Warner Pict Wesson O'is W-Ky Coar W Penn El- Western Air I* 281a Dl 18 7 « D * 13' 2914 235. 24?4 D 1 21 -«!4 Dili 4 17i 2 73 24% D Vt. 40 .WJi D H 16 51 D 22 47!i 13 '9'a D 7 0 D D West Alr-Br West Elec Wheel Steel White Mot White Sew 3M Willys Over Wilson jCo Wise El Pw Woolworth ^ Wyand Wor r-z Young Spc W 3 36 Youngst Sh T 4" 43 Dl Zenith Rad 25 511, Dl 15 16 - D ' 3D 37»,i -Dl' 25 3154 D ' 54 32% D ' 33 31 ii D; 10 21 Dl 6 49!'- D 48 S?j D-a 141 18 4C=i A 12',i D = 14 40 22 4 D ' Zonitc Pd 13 43. Cotton - .. Cloudy rt Worth Clear Or no C n vn. A Clear IndUnapolli fog K«nj.»aur ... Clear Little Roc« ... Fog Lou Anjele, ... Hnz« Mlinu fl. '".'.' Cloudy UUwiuke* Pt.Cldy Ulnnupolli .... Clear Montreal .. Fog NtwOrlewu . Fog Nt» York Fog Oklahoma C1U Clear Omaha . Smoke Phocnik Clear P1iulur«k ...Fog PurTH.iq Mi , Tog PortlanfTOr* Rain P-sno . Cloudy^. San UKt no Cloudy St -Loui* ,.. Cloudy Stn'AntonJo . Ooudy- Svt, Ol*co : ,. dear: San rrancbco Cloudy a*altl* : Shou-crg Siukana .,..,,.' Ealn^v TamjM ...... ClearL TUC»ON .Clear Withinicion .... Fog - Wlchlt* CTew · Yumi. A.TM Clear N13 54 72 50 85 50 Calm 7: 31 S 3 -89 64- SE -7 74 50 S'6 74 52 S 16 « 67 S: 3 86 60' W 2 78 57 6 84 60 5 79 71' 7 74 49 77 50 61 51 C3 M 70 58 E3 61 78 51 ra-ss 75 81 Tr S - N S SE 7 wia Calm SW 8 S 14 SE 8. SE 4 S 5 KW 3 S.15 SO 45 S IS «9 43 S 81 82 , S M 79 SS Calm U 83 NE 4.75 82 W 4 70 SI S 1 4« 43 S13 46 41 NE .5 84 84 S » S3 57 S 7 IS M S 13 86 M X I 13 « 47. .,, J8 NEW YORK, Oct.,30. Iff)-- Cotton futures were reactionary today -under moderate prcsiurc of linuldation and, hedging. Failure of mills to-criter the market aggressively on the buying side encouraged' s«me selling. Uncertainty,over the next move in the confused export situation and ideas that the next government- crop report will be larger created hesitancy among -traders. Losses In futures extended to more than $1 bale before the rr.arketr showed some signs cf recovery-on-short covering. Switch ing operations, - particularly -.'from: nearby December to later months, was fairly ex. tensive, ^ Washington, trade advices sald-^that p re s sure from abroad and from domestic cotto: growers was expected to bring some further relaxing of curbs on cotton .exports .soon. Late afternoon prices . were · 70' cents a bale lower to 25 cents. higher than -the previous close. Dec. 40.42. March 40.46 and May 40.25. Increased hedging and liquidation in thi. final'hour of trading depressed prices into new lows for the . day. Futures closed $1,50 to $2.30 a bale lower than the previous close. High Low Close Dec. ....4063 40.16 40.16 Mar .-. -.. 40.08 40.16 40.18 May , 40.44 . 39.00 33.80-! July .; 40.01 39.50 39,54 Oct. ; ......'36,63 36.04. 36.10' Dec. ;....-36.38: 35.90 3SJJ3 Mar. 36.40 · 35.90 35.90 Middling spot' 41.06N, off 35. (N--Nominal,) New York Curb Spotlight Stocks NEW' YORK Oct 30. (D--Sales, closing price and net change'of the fifteen ,mos1 active stocks today: Graham Paige ........... 48,300 2J',- A u s^steel- ..:....'.......-38.900 4o=t D =4 Gen Motors ............."28;900 Sola Armco Steel D 2 % D !i D I'/. D 13i D ' D V, Radio Corp «.... 22,700 17=« Beth Steel '.... 20,000 46?i Chi M Stp-t Pac Pi.;... 17,300 39!i' Int Tel i Tel tt.900--.M3i N Y Central ,, 14,000 IS!! Republic Steel- 13,300 41»4 Dili Republic Aviation 13,200 UVs D ~ Jon« Za\igh Steel'.... 12,800 :42=i :Dt!4 Sunray Oil 12,70$ IS 3 ,! D Socony Vac 11.706 Wl D Sinclair OU 10,600 2911 D U. 3. WciUitr 'Bureau Six Reported Slain In Puerto Rican Dispute SAN JUAN, .Puerto Elco, Oct 30. W)--Police - announced today that "nationalists" triecPto storm' the police station at Ponce and that four agents' and 1 two" policemen were ,slain. t Ponce"is on this island's ' south'" coast To details,''··were' '.immediately available. · ' ; Alum Co 4 Am Am Marac , Am Supcrpow Ark N Gas Blue Ridge Can Marconi . Clicseb.Tough CUies Sci-v Claude .Neon El Bond Sh Equity CP Ford M Can Glen Aid: Coal ^ Humble: Oil Kaiser Fraz Lone'.Star Cr Molybdenum Nlag Hud Pw Pennroad, Solar /Alrc Technlco .. Wrlsht.Har SV, - 5 5 9/16 T, 9/1 !i 11 11 . 4'/ 4 4!'. 4 . 3% 3?i 3? 6114 63% 635 84% 82", SO? .. 49' 155 19 U'. j9= I'a I s , 49'j 49 . 1591 15? . 7 6 3 j 6?i 25?i 25 255 8 T 8 , 83 1ST, 15% 15". 12% 12^4 121, 2l' 2(P,4 20= .111/16 l=i 111/1 Dry Goods NEW -5.0HK, Oct, 30 W)-The co-ton textile , market was steady -today. Buyers sought resale print cloths'with little sue cess.. Most of the offerings appeared to be absorbed, and the market 'generally had a firmer tone. The lack of business 1 in volume, was explained bj -the sold up condition in-the market-Into the first'quarter of next year and the tendency of mills to await, more.definite Ideas on how much cloth '-rhe. military .services wfll want; .One of the tightest situations involved .'duck cloth. Extensive military demand.for:=thai construction brought some reduction in offerings for civilian usere. The v-ool goods market was steady itayon goods were quiet The «imy cnterca-the market Jot 2,000,000 yards of nylon twill cloths. Tucsonian Flies Guests To Park GRAND- OiNTON, Qct.30. (U.B-- The first guests- to\ arrive - at Phantom ranch oa 'thie floor 'of i-Grand CanyorLlh copter enjoyed the xesort's,facili- ties today^ after an. eyentfulpfligr^' Mr., and Mrs. Jerrx^Evans,*/ Jock Springs, 'Wyb.i^ootVpff ,-jj.. .erday with helicopter"|iilot,E"dwiri Montgomery, Tudson/fe' for/'^the descent into thelscenic-.-gotgei ~'f The /copter's motor.'conked-oiit 2 mHesrfrom the south Tirri. -forcing lontgomeiy^to -glide ' into the .He- -brought the^ccaft on a sand bar on the x south f" th,e v Colorado the'river-traik and good co heifcrlsh-held higher; common-'cows'20.0 21.30: eanncrs and cutters .'17.00-19.50: fe down.-to 16.00: medium -end good "gausa bulls ' 25:00-27.50: 'odd heavy. :-Hclstdns 23.50; several .loads medium and SOO feeder . Tstccrs and yearlings 27.00-29.5C common to good stocker and'feeder hei ers JO.OO-M.OO; Jew common and. medll stock cows 19,25, Calves salable 1.000; fatly active; stead to strong:.odd medium ,to choice veale 28.00-34.00; medium and good slaughte calves 29.00-30.00; choice lacking; · sever loads medium to choice stock calves 30.0C 33.00. Hogs, salable 500; fairly- active; -aroun 50 cents lower; good. and choice 200 t 260 Ibs. 21.05-H.60; few 21.75; odd 300-3J Ibs. 19.50-20.00; 'medium to choice sow 17.00-18.50; few 264 Ibs. 15.00; 'steady. Towing Unpaid; Complaint Filec Disgruntled, he .said,, because:,' towing bill was unpaid, John 1 Irish 835' S. Sixth ave.,. an employe o the Tucson Auto Repair 1 Co.,.' file a complaint of driving while un der the Influence .. of .. alcoho against James H. B/T. Williams o New York .City," guest- at, a 'down town hotel. Police today arreste Williams. : ·· Irish said he towed the William car along .the Nogales highway the service station Saturday nigh and later Williams 'drove awa without -paying the 528 towin bill. -,-: 3448 S. Oct, 30. Clark ave., a girl at 8;50 ,a.m. ,Tucson Msdicat Center Born to Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Andres, 53 Polo'village, a:girl at 4:23 a.m. Oct. 28 ·Born .to ."Mr. and-Mrs. Jorge Reyes, 1125 ^Ontarlo. B boy at G'AS pjn. Oct. 28, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Machovec; 4341 E. Oct. .38. Falrmount, a girl, at 7;40 p.m. Born to Mr. and Mrs,.Roy Robinson, 200 E. 33rd st., a boy at 1:22 pjn. Oct. 23. Born to Mrl-and Mrs. William J, Ellis, 2]0 W. Palmdalc, a boy at 3:32 a,m, Oct. 23. Born to Mr, and Mrs.- Charles 'Galliher, rt. 5, ttx.,28, 0 KirT at 3:26.a.m. Oct. 29. Cigaret Blamed For ^500 Blaze Firemen today blamed a cigare eft in a settee of an ...apartmen or.-a.:S500' fire .at. 815 E. Secoa st. at. 5:23 a_.m., Sunda\'.. . Firemen 'said Clarksbn Eakin a university student, had .$300 loss to -a typewriter and furniture anc the building was . damaged to an extent of S200. Firemen said there had been a celebration earlier of, the tlniver sity of 'Arizona football victor} over Denver university Saturday night. ^ Owner of. the building was. the Barnes-Anderson Realty Co. -qet the window that's permanently weather_-tight! SATURDAY' MONDAY ... Ind. Raid Utli JO 20 15 , 223.56. 67.82 .40.38 226.42 66.78 '. 40.23 85 82,22 81.4 with transfers running about 2,000,000 share's. The high-speed ticker' tape: Tell behind actual floor transactions near the close. Late selling hit especially at the railroad issues- and "at. selected. motors 'and steels. Earlier, steel shares' had en- 2 Grass Fires Doused In Coronado Forest Wttceaa Batlif OJUIzrtt Mondny'. Evening; Oct. M, 1*0 Pick. Kenneth Trustee In Dobry Catte r~~~~ · " r , 1 Kenneth S. Hammes, Tucson accountant, was named trustee Situp day at the first meeting' of ' the creditors of Prudential Investment Corp.-Dudley.A. Dobry bankruptcy proceedings.. , , ' ' - 5, Stanley ^.-Jarman was referee »t the · meeting. Hammes will''take over _frora , Jack Podret; Tucson,, who was named receiver on Sefjt.- 24, when. PIC and its president ·were adjudicated -bankrupt on petitions filed against them on May 10 and May 25,1948. -. , , ,1 Two, grass fires presumably. Additional matters- in ; 'tbe OPIOmsed: 'by hunters' carelessness Dobry case will-'be.taken -up da. caused were extinguished-by the Coronado'Nov/10. National forest service Saturday. ·' A 100-acre grass -fire in Stevens canyon near Patagonia started! atiout 1:30 -p. m. 'and, was extinguished by evening. A similar fire in Reddington pass also was doused. · countered enough demand, to give a lift to- the entire list, "but the effort to resume the- recovery that Followed' last Tuesday's sharp "decline failed to carry through. And when the steel issues: started to slide, minus ' signs became prevalent throughout the market.' A SI.75 dividend announced by Standard Oil (XJ) failed ta keep that stock from a decline of- a point or so. Otliei- (issues- finding lower-levels included Eepublic Steel, U.S. Steel, Bethlehem, Jbnes Laughlin, Santa Fe, Union Pacific, Nickel Plate, Chrysler, General Motors, Boeing, Goodrich, Johhs.-Manville, Zenith Radio,. J. I. Case, American Smelting and^Montgomery Ward. . Baptists Favor DesegregratiojQ The Paradise Baptist state convention concluded its six-day sessions, here .yesterday with" more than 500 delegates in,,attendance. The closing conclave unanimously! adopted a resolution favoring. de ; ' segregation of schools. | It also advised members to vote' 306-yes on local option and 303 no 1 on legalized gambling at, the v Nov. 7 election in addition to 318 yes on' segi'egation.. Dr. Roland Smith, pastor of the First Baptist church at Little Roclc, Ark., - was- the principal speaker · in the closing. - session at. Dunbar unior high school. Rev. L. B; Nelson, Phoenix, :is iresident of the state convention; ilrs. Q. D. Powdrill, secretary anc reporter of. the convention; and lev. T. S. Jackson, pastor'of the lost lit. Calvary Baptist church. Horgan Maxwell, principal of Dun- jar junior high school, praised'the convention's stand on 318. EAUL CtTXXINGHAM JR., OP 2026 ;E. River rd'., was sentenced to five hours in jail and fined S3 today in .justice -'court- for speeding. Justice of Peace James M, Hbwsare was informed by Deputy Julian Kipnis that Cunningham" was going 35 miles an hour in a"25-mile- an-hour zone on North Park avenue, between East Copper -and East Lee. , I $4,407: Raised Towards Yule Decorations Fund - A total of $4,407 towards the $6,500 goal has now been raised by the Chamber of Commerce Christmas decorating committee; Decorations costing $5,370 have been contracted for, according to John Mitchell, chairman. Any firms, who wish to donate a^e asked to : make their .contributions immediately.' to Jlitchelli.' When the drive i's complete,- a list of contributors to, the fund- will, be published. · £ Board Asks Bids For Junior High Plans and specifications for an addition to Catalina junior high school were approved today by the Pima county board of supervisors which issued a call for bids to be opened Dec. IS, School district No. 1 board of trustees previously approved, the addition ,to the junior" high school D the rapidly growing northeast section of Tucson and instructed -he supervisors to call for bids vith- three alternates. Three different sets of bids have ]een, asked for so that school of- Icjals .may determine which the district, can afford and which will accomplish most for the school. ' Approximately $250,000 will be pent by the district in the current xpansion program. Th« luxtirlout lowtr-dick lou of Unlt»d'» Malnllmr StrotocrvlMr STRATOCRUISEH ·way to fly direct to Hawaii from Lot Angeles. It's the on/jr [ Stratocru!ser .with a tix- compartment cabin,. Including a private 'stateroom. You'll enjoy the lower- deck" Hawaiian tounfle, and the complete full-course meali, prepared in United'* own flight kitchen. Hawaii is a wonderfully difftnnl vacationland, one you'll rememBer forever. You can b'o there only 9V* hours after leaving Los Angeles -- and your travel agent can arrange connecting air service to: Los Angeles in a few moment*. COST IS LOW. Only $160 one way, plus tax, from Lot Angeles. Fly out over United '3 new direct route, return via San Francisco at -no extra cost. Ask about United 1 ! low- expense Hawaiian Air vacations. UNITED AIR LINES See your travel agent for riMrvationt They dose light, and keep" heir factory he Super-strong Mesker windows are 2 mark of quality, long life, low cost, in any home, factory, or commercial building. Get prices and specifications today. You'E'agree. · Oirfct, law-Cost * M* Metal Scr««Mf ^IMetf'toWodU . · Mora Ug*» oW VenfiUW · foSlidiw--taHStg--War · Finfnof--TermfreproW--*e*procfl ·_ Y " Mtsktr StMl Wfndows cr« dfsfributad by , - and in ; stock for immediate delivery at TUCSON GLASS MIRROR CO. . ,5th Avenue Phone 2-0671 A VOTE FOR LOCAL OPTION IS A VOTE FOR PROHIBITION Your vote will help decide ·whether Arizona has controlled,, legal sale of alcoholic beverages (including beer wine) through law-abiding, tax-paying business -firms -- or illegal sale through 'bootleggers and speakeasies. IOCAL OPTION ]£ PROHIBITION PROH9B8TION WON'T WORK VOTE 3O7 NO A G A I N S T L O C A L O P T I O N (Prohibition) s mtswg*, m IS* 7nt«r«sT» mf trff Ariiona, J» tponwrcd far Artz«n« UnifW A««4Ait.f /·htfc'itwi. Of fUti: H«t*l AJimt, ntvwilR. ArTiina, C,Mcrh»,E»oitivt S.t/tlory, E»«uliv. Comm;i!«.r AfACHf, tyrvn l»-lh»rl; COCHISE, twl'J. WillixiH^OCONINOrfwl ftrfwl. Jr., GM.tivr-G. loflghem; COHAM, StuortTW. fnttr, GHEENltf. U DwitnhwHr; MAIICOf »,' Dr. J. H, M**ti; MOHAVf, ., . - . ; , . r, . ; , . . , ; , r Cwrfon; NAVAJO, Frank MunrM; PIMA. Hoy DriKhMn; PINAt, frank W!IH«M; JANIA; CIUL, M. O. ,ClMniI«i TAVAf Al, f ra4-Cr*w*llt ,'-,-'r- ; J, , -YUMA, H«W t ClM.) J ,,, , ,- " ' ' '·/- -

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