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Soybeans Rise In Grain Pits Abbot I, ' Acme, Stl .CHICAGO, Oct. 31. (F)--Soybeans displaying unexpected. strength carried markets ''higher/ at" the board of trade today. , Traders had expected notice of intention ,to deliver -around two million-bushels of beans' : on November 'contracts.'. When these'. notices 'failed., to appear, shorts-started^ covering and ran into very light,offerings. 'The Deans that were expected to available for tender appear have gone' into strong hands. Corn developed some independent strength on reports that four cargoes - o f ' that, grain*' had been sold to Austria at-, the gulf. The strength 'of beans had an effect on wheat and oats. The nearby deliveries J of lard were the only futures that did v not ·· climb above, the previous «lose. At the finish some profit cashing ate .into the advance -with wheat at % to'1% higher than yesterday's close, December' $2.25%-26. New York Stock List Vajardo Alaska 'Jun Aldenr. - " ' Alleghany Cp,- Aillg L Stl 48 3Jtt D Allied Chem · 23 54% V ', Allied Mills 2 28',i D 1 'Mor. · B 424 A Vt 10 .25',!, D V, t 23!i A li Federal D Str ·91 ^^i.D^.i Firestone 47 2514 A J. Flrth-Cpt 11. . »"i D li Jllntkote- I 44% D " 1814 D \ D Allied :Strj AUls Chal · ^n' "Agr" Ch Lih.-Alrllnes Am By Not« Am Broadcast 84 12!'. A J ,i £ 39 42 353S '2 491J 48 11 5 be Am Cbl Rad 29 8 to Am · Can ^ 3a «t?i Am Car *.R ro 30% Am Cyan 85 6814 Dl'l Am For Pw 3 254 Am Gas * m IB 4«',i Dl?i Am HomevPD Am Loco 1774 -D "4 . »,14 Corn was % -to 2 cents higher, De- Anncon cop cember $1.54 SJ-%. Oats were %. A *- d .?'t?ii. to % higher, December 85. was 1% to 2% higher, December S1.45V... Soybeans were 5^, to 7*14 higher, November $2.63%-%- and .lard was 5 cents higher to 40 cents a hundred-weight'lower, November S12.32-30. Open High Low Close Wheat Dec. .... 2.25-24',; 2.27!4 2.24',J. 2.25*',-26 Mar. .... 2.294 2.32 ',2.29!.;, 2.3011-31 Mny ....2.30 2.32!'. 3.29 3 ,« J.3111-31 July. .... 2.18tf 2.221', 2,I8?4 : 2.20!S-'/v Dec 1.53.527., 1.55 1.52=A ..l.ttft-S Mar. . v . l.SS'.WS 1.59!', n.5J»i 1.58-53'!, May .... 1.57-U-58 1.60V, 1.571's '1.59'',-i July 1.58 1.60=,i 1.57!i i.53',1 II 30% A ','« 41 Ull D 14 . . . 4 US D "4 Am Metal · 1 14 404 D y, AmPowI.t AmRad-St S Am Saf Haz Am Seating Am Smelt , Am Steel JM Am Sugar- Am Tel Tel Am Tobacco Am Viscose AnvWoolen- Am-Zinc , 7 «!4 D 14 18 «?4D1% ' - A I/. . 1.59!', 1.601V 1.60% out Dec. .... .8414. .85% .84!', . .85 Mar .B4'/4 .85 .84 , '.84',',-% May 81%-H .8214 .Bl',4 ,82',i-14' July ..., .77'/4 .73!V .77J4 .78 Rye Dec 1.43(4 1.46'/ 4 - l;Ol'«.. 1.45'J May .... I.4SS: 1.525o 1.43% 1.5J July ....1.5314 -1.5514- 1.5314 1.54 Soybeans K"V. .... 2.57-56S4 2.67(4 2.55»i v2.83'/4-14 Jan. .... J.S9-5S1V 2.7014-2.58% .2.87?S-$8!4 Mar. .... 2.51 - 2.73 -2.61 2.7014-% May .... 2.641,4-84 Z.7414 2.82% 2.7114-72 July .... 2.53%-63 2.74% 2.63 2.71W-72',4 Lard · · : Nov. ....12.60 12.60 12.30 12.32-30 Dec. ....14.05-00 14.30 1335 14.12 Jan. .-...14.07 14.35 13,97 14.10 Mar 14.20-15 14.40 14.02 14.3P May ....14.37 14.70 14.2V 14.50 Assd Dry G. Atchison Atl Coast Line Atl Eefln Atlas Corp Avco Mfg I Bald Loco Bald Ohio Bald Oh Pi- Barber- : Oil Barker Bros Beatrice FDS Bendlx -Av Bend Horn Ap Benfuet Best Co Best Fds Be.th Stl Bice San Blaw Knox Bliss (EW) Boeing Alrp Bond Stri Borden Borg Warn Brldg Brass Brlggs Mfg Bristol My Brown Bag Bucy Erie Sudd Co Burl Mills Burr Amm M Butler Bros Butte Cop 18 32 8 55 51 150% D 2S 10 99 110 29% Tl 21 14V, D 11 76 35H 48 32% D 4 185 43Ji A""i C9 IWj A .', 30 17% D ; 38124 HI- 15 54»i D 68 DIM rre»port f ;Sur- Trueh Tra - 10 41 !4 As ff.;'o 7 13','. D ·JS MttB 17',i -; 18 IB',4 D ·? - ,"l T7'!4 D . SI J6ik D S 17 _____ Gar Wood'Jnr.' ' 14 454 G«ylord Cont - « ^ao?. Gen Am Trans 7 50% Dl " 1014 D'l D Dl Gen Bale 10 lO'.i 18 81,1 D 18 4M. D * 9 4T!4D « 5V51 D 379 SOii D 70-16% . Gen Real Dt 8 , 7% B r 10 33 V "A lien Cabli Gen Elee Gen Foods n Mills Uen Motors Gen Pub Ut Gen Shoe Gen S Cos Pf 1.90 020 , JD1 illlette rim bel Bros Glidden Joebel-Brew Goodrich Goodyear' 'alee- Granby Mln Gt N Ir Ore Gt J\ T or Ry Pf "it.West Sug ireyhound Irum-.Alrc En Gunntan -Sug- Gulf Mob -O rUlf" Oil H 26=4 D ' 10 9',4 D ' 5111',i,D ' 32 57',4 D 187 '234 '" D 1 D ', 43 A i, 18% A 1 10 31',4 t 1, 1S',4 D 1B',4 D , 75',i D 1 IHalllburton Harb Walker Hayes Mfg Hilton Hot. Holland Fura. Homestake Houd Hersh Househ Fin a 29% D 12 52% A 44 Hud Bay M 1814 Jlii D li 45 D2 Bond Market Rise Is Spotty NEW YORK, Oct.'31. -(ff)--The bond market,.-developed isolated areas' of firmness in late trade today after a quiet'forenoon session 2414 A !'. 7?4 D li 1354 13% H 51 Houston'oil Howe Sound Hudson Motor Hupp Corp _ M: 3054 D 20 :.28ii D 9 6V. D 8 13',4D i, 9 2214 D I 8 1214 D =i 10 3314 Dl'i 9 51% D1V 2 4034 D 11 5 49'i O-'i 82 16% D 3 31', A 'hllcb hillp Mor J hillips ; Pet ·it.Plate-GI 'It Scr B 'Ittston Co 'lymouth Oil » 14 'ress Stl Car -. 28 Proct'4 Gam Pub Sv EiG Publlck Ind Pullman' 'ure Oil Purity Bfc "· 1 S 8 ' WJi'D iJjIn'dPlsTL 229 45% D ( 42 21 8 2914 D 14 10 15=4 D =!1 17 Inland Steel InspirCop Interlake Iron 11 35%* D %«?.» M 10 15% D ',! 51 li A *'. 25 U'/, 14 30?i 4 28?1 A·''/. 36 WA D 18 17-J1-D 75 1S',4 D 2724 29 lint Harv Int Nick. Int Paper Int Sho= Int Silver Int Tel Tel Interst D Str Jewel Tea John Man Jones L, 13 A li Joy Mfg 6i4 D ·' that produced little · change in basic, prices.'.-'. At the. .start/* gf ..'ithe.'. final hour there was .a moderate amount of buying interest in various loans of the New York'-Central Railroad and prices were higher. A block of 4 New Orleans, Texas Mexico 5s changed hands at 100%, up 1%. Northern "Pacific 4%s movfed:-up about .2 -points' to. 89 and several other leans of the road were up fractions. ' Cincinnati; Electric 2%s hit the lower trail on light-. offerings. Lower prices also were taken for Dayton Power · Light 2% and Lorlllard Co. 3s,' A sprint. ln :: Consolidated Edison convertible 3c followed announcement the company, had increased the dividend on its common stock to 50 cents-from 40 cents previously paid. '; The stock'.was active and higher which-: in turn' stimulated interest in the bonds which are convertible into, the common. Others ahead;.at times- included Rio Grande Western income 4%s, Lehigh Valley 4%s, Niagara Falls Power 3%s, Pacific Gas '3s and Pacific Telephone. 2%s.'--. . ' A block- of -10.Central ,of gia 4s:sold;at 64, down^more than 2 points from .the.last, transaction. There- was .no particular urgency apparent in the .'sale- of-rail bonds but small offerings were sufficient to depress going prices a trifle.- L'ackawanna 4s lost a fraction and lower prices were taken for Illinois. Central 4s"and Missouri Pacific convertible 5%s. Pennsylvania Railroad 4%s, one of the higher priced loans, dropped more than a point to*. 112% at'one time. 'Five bonds .were involved. U S governments were quiet without any particular feature to trading. A drop of 1% points in Uruguay adjustment 4%s on light sales was the principal change in foreign dollar bonds. Calif : Pack z Hec -an Dry Canaa Pac . Caro F I, Case (JI) Caterpll Tra Celanese Celotex . Cen SW Cer He' Pas :ert-Teed Chicago Cp Ch M Sp Pac Kan City Sou u Kennecott - Kern C Land 6 47 D SB B'* D V, Kresge (S S) 19 10"4 D ^u Kress (SH). 101 1814 Kroger Co 6 28% D 18 50V, D H Laclede Gas 15 44% D1V, Lambert, 24 36% D U 9 14H 18 13H D i/, L eh Val Coal 15 24. D 14 Lehman Corp 26 1414 D 53' 311i A 7% D 1i 3214 D i! 2S',i A li 5014 A 29 5214 15 Mil 34: .16% D l/ 4 6 211 , D4 49' 3014 D U 69 32% D li 70 44 Dl 5 41% D ',i 8 '57,i D1V 136 1214 A V. 3 26 ~ 3 6214 D 14 12 4ZK 138 4114 D.14 13 28',4 D 1,4 I ' '· ·- 15 5814 D 14 35 68',i D ^i 12 57%'Dll: 5 39% D.14 5 53% Alii ' . 2 71H LehPortC 6% D 2214 D % -9ii 47H B % 5 A ,38 Lerner Str Lib O F Glass D U L l b M c N L . 4 D114 , D 14 '.4 ! D 1.4 Ch M. SpP pt 73 38%- D % Chi in Tool ~ "" Chi RI Pae ChUds Co Chrysler CIT Pinan IS 42 D ?i 25 47!i A li Cleve El HI 4 4114 D 14 56 2114 A 1,4 7 3314 D 14 12 28% D'1,4 Clunai: Mo Clinton Pd Cluett Peab Coca Cola Colg Palm Collins Jc Alk Colo r t Iron Col Gas Col Pict Coml Credit Coml Solv Comw Edls ConCopperm Ccn Edison ConsNGas Cons Vultee Consum Pow Container Cont Can Cont Motor Cont OU -opper Eng Corn Prod . -rane-Co Creamer Am Crown Cork" Crown Zell Crucible Stl Cub Am Sug Cudahy p: Curtis ..Pub Curtis Wr 12 81', D 14 Lockh Airc 225 -7414 Dili Loew's Inc " "~ Lone St Cera Lorillard. Lou Nash Lowensteln 3 12514 D 14 Mack Trucks 451', 19 D % D 1,4 39 17% D *,i 12=4 A'-1,6 D: 14 D '.', 12 5011 1914 44 4 20 .22 37 16 *.Z12 30V. A-'/. 5 44?i D 14 · 18 D 14 Mclntyr P «! 102 55 2SJ4 D =,i Mces'i'K 10 -- -- " 50 31 8 20 5 '223 13 1514 D 14 6 4214 D li 24 29V,-D-li 3 183 8% D 303 10 A 6814 D : 25)113 = 1114 LlggMy Lima Ham Lion Oil Liquid Carb M Macy (R H) MajmnCop Magnavox Marac Oil Marine Mid Marsh Field Martin (GL) Master El May Dept Str Maytag- ^, McGraw El ' 59V 5.21',i 22 3114 12 814 D 4 19 Bl D »4 13 974 D U 26 38 A H 5 16% D 9i 24 30% A =i 1614 D =i 73% D V, 2514 !* 14 5 42%' 7 35 D 1,4 38 14 t) 1, 25 3214 Dl 13 25!i D i', 26 15% D U t!4 A V. I D 41 8 11 4 66 Noma: Elec 87 ':13 : ,r, ; *( Norf i Wi-st -20, 4 1 ) 13 14 No'AnvAviu ' 41 1411 NoAmer-Co ,, « '17% , Ne Nat Gas, , 9 3154 D 54 Nor Pac \. 80 2514X1 Nor Sta Pw ' * 58^-1054 A 5i Northw'-Airl-' 15 1054 D 11 ° S Ohio Zdls 70 295 D 51 Ohio OU -. 48 S8% A 51 OllverACp 13 J4%, Omnibus . ' 12,1111 D,5: Otis Bev 15 33«1 " Owens.m BI 1 70% A »,i Pac Gas 4 XI ..28 Pac Light, . 4 Pac Mills ' s Pac Tin Con" 1 Packard M 80 Pan Am W Air 88 Panh P B 41 Taram Pictx , · 18 'ark. Utah- 17 Pftrke .Dav^' 14 Patlno'-Min' 25 'enney (JC) 31V. D44 50 D 39U D V» ; jr. D 54 ·I 5 .; 8V. D 54 V?4J3,14 «4- 38%. D ··;, 13',4 A -"4 8554 A = 4 Penn'Dlx Cem" 10 J*,l D '4 Penn Pw 4 Lt ,-.HR. Penn 'epst 'Cola 'etrol Cp 'felffer Br Phelps Dod Phila .Elec B ·fcll Bd. CI 10 IB 25!', D ' '* 19 A ' 854 T) : 4 1J-4 D 14 3 2014 A I'. 15 ,.57% D,.% 32 42',1 13 54 23 55H Dili 21 72% Dl 25 37% Dili 12 8 D 54 7 25?i D'?! 47% 11 li 12 68 21 Z1T4 A j|i 51% D « «51 D 54 42 20','. D CITY COURT v Paul J. C.lla, Magistral.' * , James H, B. T. Williams, control of- a vehicle while under-the'-influance ot'al cohol, 1100 bond,' continu«d",to.'?rov, 31 Janet Bible, speeding; no driver's license »2o.bond, forf elted.-% " -ia',.?-,- ' Dean Parker,'speeding, 1 fallura^ to appear on'citation, »lo or-5 day... /; . , -Stanley C. Martin.-, speedinr, fallurt-to appear on citation, 4JO. bond,' forfeited. ·William Tupan,'reckless driving,|100 and 13 days in Jail. ' ' ' Chrii Nelson, drunk, .disturbing the peacei |JO bond;forfelted.. ****· stocks Flattened * v 'By Selling Blast JUSTICE-COUBTr"" James :JI. Howsare, Prvc'nct 1. Clark H. Johnson, Pnclnct' 2. , Harry B, East, 'operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, 9100 and 15'days in Jail. Cheung Tom ,G. Wong,- bribery, $1,000 wnd, held for superior court. Oscar. /Corrlngton, : aggravated battery, »1,000 bond, held for superior court. Samuel rj. Blaney, speeding, $10 or 10 days in 'Jail. Julio Felix, 'failure to provide for minor children, cage dismissed. } - * Hose L, Waggoner, speeding, $10 or 10 days. Martin days; *' Bauer, speeding, .- $15 or 1! 38 24 88 4 . io:' Cp ladio K O aybest Man .em Rand eo Motors epub Pict epub Stl evere CB exall Drug lichiefld o ob Fulton 171S 14. D U 213 26 5 32',(, Dl, 53 14H 13 15 s .feway St t Jos Lead t L San F Reg .Pap avage Arms chenley Ind eab Al RR eab Flnan ears Roeb ervel ham O GG G haron Stl Oil I n^Co Inclalr Oil (AD) ocony Vac ou Am EG ou Caro EC o P Ric'o Su? ou Cal Edls outhern' Co outh Pac outh Ry parks With Perry piegel td Brands 161 57 4C 34 46 8 15 .75 73 10H D · 14 18 T '· UO -34- A : 20 37% .D U 6 S4 531', D V. 23 8 15 27 20 32: 9 20 119 18 176 · 11' 17' 4 40% Dl, 2914 A ?', 6U.D li 4454 Dl 35»,4 D 14 16 D-14 D =,, 3VA DVt 23 54 D = 3154 D1V 24?'a «4 A 1. ;d GE $4 Pf 65 Oil Cal - 33 2914 D i'A ' Mead Corp Mesta Mach Miami Cop Mid Cont Pet alddleSTJt Minn Honeyw Minn Mol Mission CP 2 11 3 18140% 7 57 D 14 7 ..14V, D 5i I Dl% 50 3814 A H i D % 4754 A 14 1511 13 4754 D 14 33 16% B 1 1 JO 1 30 :d Oil Ind td Oil-. N J td. OU Ohio ·d St Spg tevens CJP) t.ew Warn .oke Van C vone Sc Web tadebaker. uiiroy Oil unsh Bis unshlne Mn wlft Co wlft- Intl ylv El Pd ym Gould · , ' T exas · Co Tex Gulf Prod Tex Gulf SKI Tex Pac *L Tr Textron Thompson Pd Tide Wa As Timk Det.Ax Timk R Bear Trans W Air Transamer Tri Con Cp Twent C fox 47',i D ' t 8 3314 D -· 74 1154 A 54 82 5954 D 'a 25 4114 Dl 12 614 D 7 2814 D 27 -H D 27 2314 D · 6211 D 1' 4 75 A 55=4 D '4 78 84V, 35 31% D 54 34 24% D 5i 15' 405', 11 1514 D 54 12 14%-D ' a 18 1854 D '. 123 3114 D ', 1514 D ' 54%.D % Theodore lfunei, operating,.a motor.ve- hicle while under, the^influence of..alcohol. ;150-bond;: continued-.to Dec. 8. Johnny ; 5, KfUoc.-'fBlliir.e to make, a boulevard stop'; $5 or 5 days. Armand A. Bettler, speeding, $15" or 15 days, ' ^ William Rudojph, failurs to dim Olghts, 5 or 5 days. / - ' Frank .--S. Hegan. lUeeally, -driving. across ivided highway, $5 or.'5 days. SUPERIOR. COURT:. J, Mercer Johnson, Dlvl.rdn '1 Lee Oarrett, Division "2; Perley M. Lewis et.ux vs. Mary-Virginia Kelsey et al, complaint to. quiet: title. D. C. Ktnne et we ys. Tucson 'Gas, Electric Light Power,'Co., complaint for $1.700. Joseph Soporito et ux ys: W. C. Lefebvre et al, ·· petition for writ · of mandamus. Charles L.MontaKUe;, petition for ancillary probate of will. John P. Kufcier -vs. John ,Doe "Doc" Merman et al, complaint for $1.500. Leonard. Bautlsta. aggravated battery, "two year .suspended; Earl Herbert . Stoddard, petty theft, 80 days. James .Ross' Cfom, bogus check,. three to .four years. John B. : .Sanders .vs. Philip Doucette et al, dismissed. Harvey V,:Shaeffer vs, Apollno C. .Morales, dismissed. Cecil Wentz vs.-David Radner et ;ux, dismissed. City National Bank. Trust Co. ,vs, Roy N., Byrd Er.,, dismissed. DIVORCES Charlotte R, Benltcs vs. Benjamin D. Benites, complaint, I.cota · Ruth Coopwood vs. William L. Coopwood, complaint. Rosalie O. Escamllla vs. Haul C. Isca- milla,' decree. Anno T.'Kennedy vs. Leon A. Kennedy, decree. Addle M. Ray vs. Ferris G. Hay, decree. M A R R I A G E - LICENSES Belle D. Hall. Clerk Robert Alvarez. 30. Tucson, and Emella Buenarna, 28, Tucson. Lonnie Allen. 38, Tucson, and. Betty Jeanne Strike. 29, Tucson. - . . . i'A D ',', 32'/« D.»/, 13',1 D % 23Ta A % Stocks--lower; heavy-last hour selling. "Bonds-^-steady; selected" issues improve." Cotton--higher; trade, buying. Wheat--firm to strong--advanced with soybeans. Corn--firm -to strong--^port business. Oats--s'teady 'to firm--advanced "with soybeans. Hogs--steady to 25 cents lower; top $19.15. '' /Catties-steady to 25 cents higher; top $33.50. NEW-YORK, Oct. 31. (/P) -- A last lour blast of "selling flattened stock jrlces today for the second day running. ' In the final hour of business orders to sell suddenly flooded the market iPrices tumbled a'few cents o around $3 a share before pressure let up. Most issues closed a ittle above the:lows for^the day. A similar gale'of selling hit the market Just before the close erday; Selling was so intense that for a Tiort time the ticker tape dropped Watch and Kaiser-Frazier. Hanging behind in .reporting transactions I'om the floor of the exchange. During th» morning, after a wob- jly v start, buyers took an interest DOW JONES AVERAGES Closing averagvi Turnl.hed by,Dow Jone. b Co. Ihrough E, F. Mutton **5 Co., me ^t of'the New York Stock Exchange, Ina. Rail.. UtM. Stck. .30 : 2 0 - 15; .228.42 68.78:' 40,29 . ' ........ . . . . . TUESDAY ...... ... 225.or 88.28 ' 4002 80.8V 46 75 D , 22 22 S 83 D li 3!l 77 Dl 31 13 1 , ·I '67 Dl 20 3114 D i J! IT 1 /, D 51 16 40 Dll! 18 17 D *'. t.P Mission Dv Mo Kan Tex I Dl 9 62 A J MS 30 , 6!5 D ttl Mo Kan T P£ 120 - 40 D Pac . It Air Lin Dayt PiL - - Mo Pac 1. "*'« P '.4 Monsan Chem Monte Ward. Motor Pd Mot Wheel Deere Co Del Rud 8 30',', A V. Dili Del Lack W 55 1054 Den 4 Hgw .12 33 D IS Bet- Edls 3 22','. Dlst Cp Seag .54.24?4D?i Dome Mines 16 14 D 54 Doug Airc 8- 7854 Dl Dow- Chem . 30 67,% D 54 Dresser' Ind 10 18 D 54 Du Pont B Eagle Pleh East Air L Eastm Kod Baton Mfg Ekco Pd El Auto Lite Slec Boat* aiiott Co £1 Paso N Gas Emer El 6 10 V ·· -50 15 D ! 18 4514 4 36% D '/, 2, 1414 10 44 ' D ' t 20. 18?t D ?J 10 21 2314 Emer Rad Ic P al n . iBVi D '/ Empire D El End "John Erie BH Ever«harp 17'A.D 1651 D ',', 30 A '/4 J«4 A ',6 Motorola 8% D V, sir.'D 54 3214 D15', 108 483-4 El"/, Mullins Mfg . 11 15 D 54 Murray CP Nash Kelv Nat Blsc · Not Can - Nat.CashSeg Nat City. Lin : Nat Cont' · Nat Dairy Td Nat Dept Str Nat Distill Nat Gypsum Nat Lead ·: Nat Steel Nat:Sup Natomas' , Ncwberry'T'rJ') New Eng'El- Newmont M Newpt N Ship NY Central 75-.18?'.: 14 1734 D.54 '2 16 · .34 34% D '12 7 : D 15 ' 47 24 5 77 24=4 D % ·28 J751 : 21 50%,D 54 27 48% D % 8V, D l/, 1014 A I', ,'«'· A =; 17'AD 1/4 -Hi/, rj 831,4 D i,ii 31',' a D * S02 155, D =, ' NY. C h l S t L -2 '165 N Y N H i H a r t 30 NY Sta'EG :il. United Corp Unit Fruit . Unit'Gas Cp Unit MiM U S Gypsum US Rubber D S Smelt 11 37 14 6 39 23 ' 34 Vanad 'Cp ' Va El Si Pw Warner Pict Wesson .O S W Ky.Coal W Penn! El Western Air L West Mary West Un Tel- West Air .Br West Elec Wheel Stl White Mot. White Sew M Willys Over Wllson'A Co Wise El Pow Woolwodth Wyand Wor r-z 28V. D , D D 3014 'A 2914 D 4 64% D ·19 34 13T4 A 12 10554 Dl 25 46% D 33 52 D 592 41H A 8 -29 A 11 18% D 243 1314 A ,25 Z9!i. 10 23 D 13 24% % 054 , 48 15»,4 D 108' 375i D 30 31 D 67 3214 D 38 3114 A 12 2114 A 9 4814-DI 5. 854 A 31 145i D 18 18 27 45T, D i 6 12% D Voungst Sh T 39 O '.i Zenith Rod 24 D 5i[Zon: nltePd 35 Dl 4854 D 50T4 D ' 4 3 ,i W E A T H E R Forecast for Tucson and vicinity- uble high cloudiness tonight and V«rJ- Casper Charlott* Cincinnati :.. Cleveland '-; . Oenvei . tiej Molnei . fi«trolt El Paio ,.-; day. No Important change in temperature" Highest temp ycrterday jl Highest temp year ago 81 High record this date (1934) ' 01 Low temp yesterday 53 low temp year ago . ,,.. '" 50 Low record this date (10891 jjj Mean temp, jesterday ;.. 72 Mean temp year ago ' «« Normal temp this uate . " m Humidity 5 30 pjn yesterday ..."'".155 5:30 a.m. today '35^ · Moonrise ... S.-48 pjn. Moonsct . .11:39 a m Sunrise 6 40 a jn. Sunset 5-3Jpm Data, for 24 hour, ending at 5 30 . m. (Tuc.on tine) AlhU9u«rau»... Clear Calm SI 52 0,VS m * Clear N\V i 81 80 f 1Un * Kain MB 18 77 .39 .07 Bismarck pt Cldy NW 6 84 43 . . ..Cloudy NW 7 L 6B 40 . Smoke NW 12 75 .54 .. rog SE 8 «5 51 . Ptddy TfW 7 75 39 . Clear Calm 84 53 . Pt.ady S 8 85 5!i .. Clear SW 10 7! 59 .·--Smoke S 8.79 59 Pt-Cldy s 17 80 47 . Ft-Cldy S 14 85 61 Smoke SW .1--7(760 Clear S 5 «6 54 Clear W s 84 M Clear s 13 !dear SE12 89 «" Fog SW 11 83 60 Pt.Cldy SwJS 9i s es Fog SE 4 88 O Cloudy SW 3 72. «] Fog Calm 85 62 Clear N 8 79 68 Cloudy SW 9 77 53 Tog SE 6 83 :S1 Smokl N 6 63 41 *Fog Calm 83 80 Tog NW 14 79 81 Pt-CIdy SW 19 84 85 Pt.Cldy S 9 -83 99 Clear' SE 7 8J S5 Tot S10 74 It :Clcar NW t 70 46 -Showers SE 3 51 41 Clear- SW S 55 SO Clear SW 6 90 '»5 Cloudy NW 13 77 49 Cloudy S 1 88 M Cloudy. NW 5 71 -*63 Clear Calm CO 45 . Showers s 7 47 99 Clear SW IS « S3 10 Tot KB J S» S3 . Ptddy SE J 91 54 . Rail 3W "*« St 54 . CTMr - SW U W Jl . Qear N-7 » 61 . U. S. Weather'Bureau Livestock CHICAGO, Oct. - 31. (ff)--After openln slow, trading In hogs at the stock yard, turned fairly active -at discounts .up to 2, cents on sows and 15 cents on barrows an gilts today; Cattle were steady to cents higher, and sheep were generally steady throughout the list. Most good and choice butcher weights sold from $18.50 to, $10.10. A top'Of. $19.1 was "paid 'sparingly, - Sows ranged' from $16.00 to $18.50 for the most part, a few Dead eking out $18.75. Most medium to choice steers sold from $26.00 to $32.50 with several loads gradln high-choice golne to $33.00 to $33.50. Me dlum to low-choice heifers were $25.50 t and-one load just choice reache ft. Worth Grod C'n'yn. A Indianapolis Kansas dry .. . Uttle Rock .., Lo. An£ele» , Memphis. .... Mtanurfl* .... Mllwauke* .... Ulnneapolla .. .Montreal New Orleans 'New Vork Oklahoma CitD Omaha ' Phoenix Wtutiurg), s, Portland, Or* Reno 1 Saii-Uaktdtr St Louia k ·San Antonla A SlDDieto, Sin t'r«ncU«p Sealtli . ... $31.75. Good cows topped at'$23.00 an choice vealers at $34.00. (USDA)--Salable-hogs 12.000; opened-slow but later trade fairly, active, weak to'1 cents lower on butchers, unevenly steady to 25.cents lower on sows: top 19.15;,goo(i and choice. 170-280-Ib. 19.00-19,10; · few 150 170-lt. 18.50-19.00; good and choice sows under 400-lb. 17.75-18^0; few head 18.75 400-500-lb. 17.00-18.00;.odd head up to 600- Ib. down to around 16.00: good' clearance. Salable cattle 7,000;"^ salable'calves 500 slaughter steers and heifers steady to 25 cents higher; heifers . ; a n d . i Jed steers around 1,150-lb. down moderately active heavier weights, continued slow,; generally no better than steady;-.cows:fairly ^a'ct bulk and choice slaughter -sleers'29,00-32.50 several high-choice loads 33.00-33.50: latter price for load l.lSS^lb., averages; ".medium to :iow-good steers J8.00-29.00; ·'medium 1 to low-choice heifers 45.50-31.25; "load, choice 9!5-lb. oelfers 31.75; 'cholce*984-lb.. mixed yearlings '32JO; .common and medium .bee cows 19.75-21.30; few;good'eowi 22.00-23.80 cannets and ' cutters .16.00-19.00: medium and: good bulls 2440-26.50;. mediumchoice: vealers 28:00-34.00. "LOS :ANGELES. -Oct. 31. (ft-(FSMN)-- Cattle salable 1.700; supply largely- cows and stockers and' feeders; moderately .active, largely steady but acme bids lower cows; 'few -jnedlum'r:-slaughter L steers 26.50-27.00;. medium*-led:.tielfeia.'28.00-28.00 few. '-good"young--:cows.2X75^24.00;--.medluin and low good 22.00-2345;^ common -20.1)021.50.^ canners and cutters' ^1700-19.79' medium 'andVgood. sausage bulls Wichita, .. Vuma, Artm,. 28.0tH29.00r:-common-and medium-stock M.OO-1SJO.-"- Calves salable 350; steady; medium and wd -vealers *37.00J3.00;.:medium andfgood slaughter," calves M.OOJJO.OO; common r down to 22JO; good stockers 30 JO. Hogs ml«ble 200; fairly actJve7 strong to 15 -higher on limited supply, good ..and choice 1JSJ30 Jbs. 21.23.73; few head 22.00; few llgnts UOO; 285 Ibs. 1S.7S-. good and choic* sows 17.50-19 00; medium and good ' - "giyll.oc-27.00. KANSAS dTXOcl. II. W)-(USDA-- Ottla salabl* 8,500:, calves saUble «00; fed , »te*» : JK Jbs. down, ' «ctlve,-.,,fully st«My;' spots stronger: ovwilHOO Ibs. ateers slow, early sales nKXUy- steady ; ·'moderate number medium to fow good short feds unsold, tinder weak to lower bids; heifer uneven.-mostly steady; cows; bulls, vealers and killing calves unchanged; stockers an feeders In light to moderate supply, llttl changed; load top choice mixed yearlln sold at 33,00'for the steers and 32.50 .. the heifers; high medium and good, .fed steers 1,100 IDS. down 28.00-31.00; averagi medium to . average good 1,100-1.300 · Ibs 25.50-30.00; few loads «ood fed heifers 29.0030J25: medium to low good shprt fed-heifers 25.00J8.75; common and medium beef cows IS. 00-21.25;, few good cows 21.50-23.00: can ners and ..cutters .1S.OO-18.7S: vealers. top 31.00; medium and good killing, calves largely 23.00-23:00; load good 650-lb. year ling'stock steers 30.00; few-loads medium and good feeders 800 Ibs. 25.00-23.75. : Hogs salable 2.500: fairly active, mostly steady; with. Monday's average; good ani cholcs. 180-300 Ibs. 18.75-19.00; few choice 200-231) -Ib. 19.10: sows steady to 25: higher at 17.50-18.25; stags -18.00 and down. Cotton 'NEW YORK.' Oct. 31.-W--Cotton-futures were ;steady today in "quiet, trading.- The market dipped at times on profit: taking and hedging, but the trend was higher Influenced partly, by strength in nearbj December .-futures.. .Trade covering was active : in that delivery,; reflecting the substantial volume of covering to be done in December' contracts by - mills, -with .-first notice day coming up l*ov. 23 Some covering was influenced-by the tight world situation In cotton This was highlighted bv advices that Mexico nas -Imposed system of licensing on cotton exports 1o assure sufficient supplies -for Its home Tieeds. Since the United States sharply curbed its permissible exports, there -has been a heavy run. on. cotton in other producing countries; .TJealers said .mat -the United States is now virtually -the only source'of cotton'supply, in the. world export .market.. - t TJate afternoon prices -were 50 cents, to 11.33:a bale-higher than.' the previous^close Bee. 4043, March 4041 and May 4015, 'Cotton -futures · turned ? irregularly.-lower nlat* dealings as liquidation and: hedge selling increased, /· Futures closed 55 cents a bale higher to:65. cents lower than tfce previous-close. High Low Close December 4049 40.05 40.25-27 March 4049 4008 40.20 May 40.22 S9.77 39^0-96 July 39;84 3940 39.55 October 36J8 35J6 36JM, December -36.-10 33J» 1545 March 3600 33.71 3577N Middling spot 41 03N. off 3. (N--Nominal); ^ ( TN'GO'VERiV'ED AREA BOISE--Idaho had. no form of foverninent for over 50 years afterj he- first white men, Lewis and' Clark,-set foot on the territory. | BIRTHS St. Mary's Ho.Dital Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Forquer, 129 N.'Mclwood, a slrl at 1:19 p.m. Oct. 30, Born to Mr, and Mrs. Ira R^.Treadwell, 501 S. Butler, a girl at 4:22 p.m. Oct. JO. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braun. · 29 Polo, village, a boy at'8:38 p.m. Oct. 30. ·Born to Mr. and.-Mrs. Eafl Patterson, 3426 Ei.Wlllard. o girl at 10:30 p.m'.:Oct. 30 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rivera, 701 E. 37th St., a glrlat 12:35 a.m.: Oct.'31. Born to Mr. and Mrs; Philip Henderson rt. 5. box .23Z, a girl at 6:06 a.m. Oct. 31. .Born to Mr, and Mrs. David Stanficld. 1632 N. Tyndall ave., 'a-girl, at 6:25. a.m. Oct. 31; Born to Mr. and airs' Harold Curran, 73A Polo .village*, i boy at 6:53 a.m. Oct.31. Born to Mr. and Mrs. 'Mathew Manofski, 78 Polo village, a boy at 7:28 a.m. Oct. 31 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eppstein, 3349-N, Flan-will blvd., a boy at 7:58 a^n. Oct. 31. Born to Mr. .and Mrs. Raymond W..Bliss, box'363, Nogales star rt,, a girl at,8:24 ajn, Oct.-51. ·Bom to Mr.-and Mrs. Robert Sandoval, 1041 S. .Fourth ave., a. boy at 9:07 aJn. Oct. 31. Tucson Medical Center ·Born to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Spice, 223 W. Prince rd;, a girl at 5:D3 a.m. Oct. 30. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edmund J, Sullivan, 122 S. Olsen, Apt.-.-t,: a. girl at; 5:45 a.m. Oct. 20, Born to'Mr.'and'-'Mrs. Robert .W; N: strom. 2340'N. Dodge,blvd., a girl at 10:15 a.m. Oct. '30. Born to Mr. ar.d Mrs. James A.- Davis, 331 E. Navajo, a glra at S;22 p.m. Oct.-30, n steel and rail Issues and for a while a rally showed signs of getting under way. Progress, '{hough, ,vas limited. · Armco was caught in the' late elling after advancing.more than 1 a share at one time. Yesterday the stock- plunged $2.75 a share-to S43.50, a · reflection of -disappointment over' the usual · dividend : instead; of an:* anticipated extra or increase. Interest .in the steels, was stimulated by a, meeting of directors' of U. S. Steel scheduled after the close of the market today. .An increased .or extra dividend is widalyi anticipated. Consolidated Edison was an out standing'firm spot, helped by news of an Increased quarterly dividend .Business touched a rate of around 2,000,000 shares for the full day. Among the losers were Bethlehem Steel, U. S. Steel, Jones Laughlin, Chrysler, U. _S. Rubber, Caterpillar Tractor, Zenith, American Smelting, du Pont, General Electric, N. Y. 1 Central, Santa. Fe, Gulf Oi!, and U. S. Gypsum. Lifted in the curb were Pennroad, Segal Lock, U. S. Foil "B," Waltham back were Brazilian Traction,-Barium Steel, Consolidated Mining, Ford : .-Motors of Canada,"A," Humble Oil, and St. Lawrence Corp., common and preferred. Dividends NEW, YORK,. Oct. 31. W*)--Ohio Oil Co., today 'declared an extra .dividend of 75 cents and- the regular .Quarterly of 25 cents on the'. common: stock, both payable Dec. fl to stock of "record: Nov. 10. This brings 1850"-dividends to $2.70 against $2.30 paid In-1949, Directors of Continental Can Co. declared a quarterly-dividend of 50 cents-n shareand an extra of 30 cents a share on common stock, both payable Dec. 15 to holders of record Nov. 24, Previous payments this year were 4C cents at quarterly Intervals. This will bring total payments this year to K2, compared with 51,50 last year when an extra of 50 cents was paid December. Metal Market NEW YORK, Oct. ; 31. P--Spot nonfor- rous metal prices today: Copper 2414- cents a pound, Connecticut valley. Lead 17 cents a pound. New: York. Zinc -17!!i cents a pound. East St, Louis. Tin 1.24 n pound. ew York. Copper futures closed 25 to 125 3234. Jan. 23,75 bid; Jly. '27.00 bid, ' Foreign Exchange NEW :YORK.- Oct. 31. r--Foreign.'ex- change rates follow (Great Britain In del- Jars, others in cent») ~ Canadian'- dollar in New York: open mttr kct4 11/H percent discount or'«5.Jli,4VV..S. cents,-up 1/16 of a cent. ^ Europe Great-Britain:. (pouhd ; »J.IO!4, unchanged. ·· » Great Britain 30-day''futurei J.M14, o« 1/18 of · cent. Great -Britain 80-day futurei S.81, changed. Great Britain"so-day; future* J.81JJ, o£l !1 o f i » cent. . . ' Be^tum; (franc) 1.9fll4..-,unchanged, franco', (franc) JS"A of « cent, u changed. Holland '(guilder) 28.26,:'unchanged. Italy (lira) .1614 of a cent, unchanged. Portugal, (escudo)' 3.50i · unchanged. , Sweden .(kronal 18.37,.'.unchanged. Switzerland- (franc) '.(free) .22.97,, :ua- ctianged. Latin America Argentine; (free) 7.45, unchanged. '"Brazil (free) S.50,, unchanged. Mexico MI.57, 1 : unchanged. 'Venezuela . (bolivar) 30.C:, unchanged. For East: Hong .Xong, dollar 17.45, unchanged. Spotlight Stocks NEW YORK, Oct.'31. HI--Sales, closing price and net change of .the : 15 most active stocks today: Steel Gen: s Motors Curtiss Wright .. Warner .Bros-Pict Beth-Steel Chrysler Corp .. Cons ·: Edison. .... Radio , Corp ...... Y Central ... Curtiss-Publish ,. Socor.y Vac ., Graham Paige ... Armco Steel Republic Stl Sunroy Oil ...60,200 415i U. '-'A ,.,-37,800 501'rD ',4 ... 30,500 10 U ?4 ... 25.800 1354 W 54 . 23.100 45% D,'/, .... Zi.500 74% D'114 ... 21,200 3014 - U % ... 21,200 17%- No ... 20,200 15T. D. ...18,700 . 8% D ... 18,600. 24% No ... 17,900 Z!i No, . 16,300 43','. U ... 18,300 40% D 2 ... .18,200 "1514 D i,4 Oregon does not count, nonwhites in deterniining distribution of legislative seats. QStttstin Bull}! Cttfern ' Tu««l«y Evtnlna, Oct J1j .1*90 Unlisted Securities "puhltjhed by th« Al of Noon, N«w.York TIm«- " '· t BANKS, AND TRUST COMI»ANIE»" . · · Bid-Ask** Bank of Douglas ,*2,50) ..,- ..... St. «J First National Banfc" ttl',50) ...... SI ' .. ,~ Phoenix Title * Trust Co. ($8.00).180 Valley National Bank rt.70) 1» 1« . -UTILITIES' Ariiona Edlsoa - ($1.00) .,.'..... 1T'V Central Arizona Light.($.80) IKl Mississippi" River-iFucl* ($2.00)- .. » Public Service M. JM. ($rT005 '... H51' Southern TJnion Gasi($80)- 1654, Tex.- East.Transmission ($1.00) ... 1744 Tucson Gas . Light ($1.40): ...X' INVESTMENT TRUSTS AffiliatedJund $4.33,.$4$t, Boston Fund J 21JW ».((' Broad St. Investing 18.16 -:19.74*; Chemical ·Fund 17.28 ie.% Dividend Shares 1.83 l.7» Eaton'. Howard .(balanced) ... 28.89.' $fl,67' Eaton Howard-(stock) 16.64 ,JWl.o Fundamcnttl Investors 16.62 18.11,* [ncorporated Investors 17.14 Z8.S4 Investment? Co. of · America.... 10.78" 11.67 Mas«;--Investors, Trust M.W:.-"SM*i Not. Investors 10.S811.Z1: Not' Securities '(stock) 5.47- 5J Nat. Securities (speculative)"!... SJT- 1.M-. Television Fund 1240 13.lt Dry Goods NEW YORK, Oct. 31. WV-The eottort,, textile market was dull today. Only seat-' ' tcred sales of T. print cloths, and .-.broad-' cloths were reported, for prompt delivery. Mills tad few goods to offer for the balance of. the 'ycnr. Prices were about un-^, changed. The wool-goods, market was ^steady but; inactive. A leading manufacturer, notlfed ts customers beginning Nov.: 1 it will: start applying part ol the recent wag« ,. boost to selling, pries, on undelivered bal- · . anccs of contracts. · Private Australian . cables today, said that the-wool marked there were higher. ' · j. The rayon goods market was_dull. MORTGAGE LOANS All Sizes Kinds. Lowest Rates! Prompt ServJcel Murphey Really Mortgage (o. J1OKTGACK SFKCIALIST 200 N". Rtonn RRtabltshcfl 1898 Phone 2-2893 Chicago Butter CHICAGO, Oct. 1.31. (^-Butter steady; receipts 473,863; wholesale . selli-ig- prices uanchanged; 93 score f AA G3.5; 92 A 62.5; 90-B 00.5: 89 C 58^5; cars: SO B 61J!;'89 5»35, Eggs unsettled; receipts .12,118; wholesale selling prices unchanged; .~U. S. extras »57- 61:''U.' S."standards 38-41; current receipts 32-33: .dirties 30; cheats 29. Live, poultry: -Fryers, unsettled.'-balance fully steady; recelpts.43 loads;-loft:paying irices unchanged except;:a-;:-cent »:._pound ilgher- inside,on heavy hens;..heavy hens 23 28 light hen 20 5 21 oasters 28 30 fryers 24-28; old roosters .19-19.5; ducklings 28; ducks 22. SOHBEAN OIL USES .DBS MOINES--Much of the sby- )ean oil consumed jn the U S goes into shortening, margarine,, mayonnaise and salad dressing. Scrvicci available to all regardless of financial'condition Arizona Mortuary, Inc. VERSA E. VOCFM, Director Dial 4-0488 . 1 East Third DR. M. A. ' ' WUERSCHMIDT OPTOMETRIST Where good GLASSES are made Dial 3-6271 -- 75-77 B. Broadway Lance I. Gillespie i, ^BepnbKcan Por ' SUPERVISOR "DISTRICT NO. 3 ' '', A jo,, L'akeviDe, Santa 'Ro»'« ^and Sell* "I'm Voting 102-Yes!" Says JAMES HERON, businessman of Globe and former State Senafor of Gila County, i "We nuist bring substantial relief tu home owners and property taxpayers. This will be done by the School T«rx Equoiizatio.il Measure, Amendment 102. THAT'S WHY I'M VOTING 102-YES." Says MRS. P. M. BREEDING, civic leader of Tucson and immediate Past-President of the State P.T.A., (Ariiona Congress of Parents and Teachers). "Amendment 102 means a lot to taxpayers -- but even more to boys and girls. |t means a good school oppor- tuniiy for every Arizona child." Says MACEDONIO VARGAS, Tucson businessman who has long been active in matters which affect schools and the welfare of children. Says H: CLIFFORD DOBSON, widely-known Arizona rancher and livestock grower. "Amendment 102 will spread the cost of our schools to more people--and bring tax relief to the home owner, small farmer and rancher." "Every local taxpayer, every businessman and every person concerned with the welfare of children should work and vote for Amendment 102. It will equalize school taxes and make certain x that our boys and girls will have good schools." Says ELMER F. VICKERS, SR., Secretary-Treasurer of the Arizona State Federation of Labor. "I like the idea that everyone should pay his full share, toward support of our schools. That's why I'm voting 102-YES. It means a fair break for every child and ever taxpayer." Say* STATE SENATOR SAM J. HEAD, PrescoH attorney, Senior Senator of Yavapai County. "Amendment 1O2 will equalize school taxes. It will not Increase overall faxes. Any increases in rate will be In those areas of our state where no direct school taxes are being paid, or where school tax rates are very low." The Arizona Citizens Committee for Equalization of School Taxes LOUISA. MYERS Oui'mnn -- Phoenix SAMTJ.HEAD PrtKon H.C DOBSON Vox-Quit.--Mtt* MRS. GUS LOPEZ Tucson JAMES F.BYRNE Yams MRS. S. SAUNDERS Phoenix F. W. FICKETT TllOOD . tF/VICKERS Douglas Council for E q u a l i z a t i o n of School Taxes BERT HAWKINS Wiiulow DIX W. PRICE- Harold W. Holcomb · BENSON" aydeF.Rowe-CHANDtEB Rev. E«rl M. Ward - COOLIDG* ; End Garrison - COTTONWOOD ""*. Mn. Harvey Kntue- FLAGSTAFF · C Alfred Pine - GILBERT' Mrt. QeveUnd tnglish - Gl.ENDALE MM. S*mJoy-GlENDAL« s- Juots Heron - GLOB£ Mrf.CD.W»llin«;-GLOBE - , MM. Moily Butler- GlEEI . Oakley Jordan · MESA Dr.M.Lloyd Kent-MESA XV, ^Mrs. touije^bumway-MBA-- -' Haroid Wright-MESA* 'Mrs. Heroian Medlin - NOCALEJ Adam.Diaz'-PHbENJIC....''- ,,"Mrs. Harry S. North · PHOSNtt Lincoln Ragsdale ; PHOENIX- CavettRoben-PHOENIX* '·'·* Mrs. I»mes P.Ryan-PHOENIX f , John R. Sxndigc- PHOENIX *· Jo»ephStocker-?HOINIX v · /, Mrs. Auggie TrujiJlo · PHOENIX MrtAloyd Heller - PRESCOTT Mn.Jva Reaves-TtESCOTT . ' Merrill Kempton -5 ArFO«D Mrs". Lodle'B.'Young - SAFFOUD - MM. Eva Checker,-SfVOVFLAKI "PeteOunpbeU.- SO'MEHTON ^ ,,-,. Clayton Smith-TOMBSTONI. · . Mrs.P.M.Breedinj-TDCSON,: · ' Mrs. Lelaad Burkhart -TuctON, 5 OliverDrichnun-TiVCIONf *-· W. RTDu Boit--TUCSON X v. William G. Hall - TUCSON -·- · Mrs. Herbert Macia · TucsOH Andy P. Martin-TUGSON * J.A.MulcahyTUCSON" *· Mrs. Ernest Witte'- "WiNSLOW ·Mri-Hefen-BennetliYUMA I- Jack Eanliclt · .VUMA / . J. Perry^Ellington.YuMA - ', -Norman Hindle-'·YUMA · ' : Robenj.-Mbody-iY.UMA '

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