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Boeing Alrp xd 80 33^i D Vt Bond Sirs Bo.-den S'o:g W»rn Br.de Brass Brigfs Mfg Bristol My " Brown tf BK Bucy Eric Budd Co Burl Mills . Burr Ad M BuUcr Bros Butte Cop Calif Pack Calliinn z Cxlum tc Hec Can Dri* Canad Pac Caro,P t-I. C»« (JI1 Caterpll Tra Cclotex Cen SW Cer. Ue Pas. Cerf-Teed Chta'te Ohio Chicago Cp Ch M SpPac IHi 5111 6514 A - 1Z 3ff!4 A V« ,26',4 A % -D 14 A ?', 18!, 1414 A V. Indpls PL Indust Ray Inland SU Inspir Cop Interlake IT Int Bus Meh Int Harv Int Nick Int Paper Int Shoe Int Silver Int TelTel Interst D Str Intertyp 19 36 6 6 14 4 Johns Man IB Jones L- Joy Mfg 131'. A 14| «'··- JKan City Sou Ivan Pw Lt ·s 46J' n u'Kennecott C Land 4771 A 32',1 A i 2S!i D } 581i 5J'.i A 1 17)S 22 liiS A ', 2 213(i All 60 30!'4 D i 25 32=4 64 43i D 3 J 42 A V 4 57ii 156 IZli 1 26 i 29% a 3,: I . 17 43 A »J 2S« 435« Al=: 9 28'/2 A Hi L 30 60','= A2 21 16V« D % 45 68',: D 12 59 7 1014 82 18Vi 8 29 A U 15 51 li Al^i 26 3Sy, A : 13 Kroger Co Laclede-Gas A {4 53% 70?i D Lambert l«ij A /, Lchigh CiN 29 13',i Leh Port C 19. 24 Leh Val. Coal 36 141i Lehman Cp 50 SOT, D '/, Lemer Str 33 12'^ A 14 Lib O F Glass 52 le'.i A 14 Lib'Men * L Ch M SpiP pi 5f 33% Ligg * My. Chi Pn Tool, t 34',!. D.ljLima Ham 12- 42=4 A % LieTM Oil 8 SV,-A ,i Liquid Caro ·ail 74^ Lockh Airc 21 4731 D '4 Loew's Inc S 40=4 D '4 Lone st Ccm 12 24}'. A ?i Lorillard 4 33V.D '/, Lou Nash 17 2814 A.l'JLowenstcin I 12514 10 4514 Chi RI Pac ChUds Co Chrysler CIT Knan Cltve El El · CUmax Mo ·Clinton Fd Cluett' Peab COCA- Cola Col« Palm Collins Ac Aik Colo F * IT Col Gas Col;l?i« '. Ccml Cred Coml Solv Comw Edls Con Copperm Con Edij Cons N Gas Cons Vultee Consum Pw Container Cont Can Cont Mot Cont OH Copper Rng Corn Prod' Crane Co Creamer Am Crown Cork Crown Zell Cruclblt Stl Cab Am Sug Cudahy Pic CurtU r Pub 22 11 B 5' 7 9 2 6T« A i 22=, D ,j 9!i 47 D W In, D ii »H 21?j D IS 26 341i- 5 O'i A H 12 811s A li 16 10 A li 40 39 Al 23 Iffil 4S 31!', A 62 17 A 9 74, A H 6 251i A =, 6 43 A H 6 35 19'i A liMacy (R H) 17Ti A H 5014 A li Marine Mid 29 19=4 A V. 74 27',i D 14 8 5 144 SO}'. A li B 5 A '.i 33xdl4T. D li 42 29=4 D li 5 6Hi A ?i 2« 35=i A'Vi 27 7?i A li 11 77 A =4 I9U Mack Trucks 30 14 Magma Cop Marsh Field Martin (GL) Master El May Kept St Maytag McGraw El Mclntyr P Mead Corp Mesta Mach Miami Cop D V, 8 A li 3T..A v, 29 D li I4!i A '.', 16V. A 11 19 20 A 1 8 ' 3=,i D 1 11 38!-, D 1 13T« A = «!4 Al r 2311 A 1 25',i A 19 » A ] 16 A ', 25 20 D 35 57?4 A 12 26li A 20 1514 39 «3',4 A 14 S! A 1 22 72?', 2S 3-3'/4 A P i t Scr i B 5 8 Pittston Co 7 26 A *, Plymouth Oil 15xd 47',i All Press Stl Car . 43 ll'.i A 1 Proct Se Gam i 6811 A 1 Pub Sv E i G 38 2I!i Publick Ind 25 22 A * Petrol Co Br phelps Dod Phlla Zlec Phil «: Kd CitI Phllco Phil Mor PhUlip3 Pet Pit Plate Gl Pullman Pure Oil Purity Bk 14 4S3i A 1 35xd42',4 A -T 1 2854 297 13 19 Radio Cp Radio KO Rem Hand Reo Motors Repub Avia Kepub Plct 32 Repub Stll 18 Revere C B 41 Rexall Drug 17 Richfleld O 18 27 J ,i A ?i 75. A ',! 14 J ,i A 1: 1014 A li 38 1J A 11 3',4 4114 A 3 ,j 30 6!' 4414 A li Bob Fulton - Soieway St St Jos Lead St L San F St Reg Pap Savage Arms Schenley Ind Seab Al RR Scab Finan Sears Roeb Scrvel 14 28 361i A li 17 451i A li 43 16',i A SSxdlO 3 1814 A H ft 34 14 375', D 11 3 1711 82 5314 A li 49 911 Sham O GG Or 15 2714 A 11 Sharon SU Shell Oil Simmons Co Sinclair Oil Smith (AO) .ocony Vac Sou Am G t P2 So P Rico SUE 6 Sou Cal Edis southern Co- South Pac South. Ry Sparks With ;pcrry Spiegel Std Brands 17 32% A 14 19 5214 A 14 12 32 A 14 102 2614 A 14 6 32 A V, 283xd23y. 414 D Ik 46 Dili 33'.', Hli 77 5914 A li 38 4114 14 19 37 17 ' 6% A Ik 28?k D 14 llli A 14 231k A Ik Std GE $4 PI 116 64% A2=,4 Std Oil Cal 18 75=4 A =4 Std Oil Ind 30 57 A13S Std Oil NJ 99 85=,4 Alii Std Oil Ohio- 22 3214 A =,k St Spg 10 24',' 40. 4 15 13 14% 15 1314 A li A Ik 115 3111 ym Gould T Texas Co Tex Gulf Prod Tex Gulf Sul Tex Pac L Tr Textron 1( ' B Thompson Pd i " ·» Tide Wa As A *i Timfc Det Ax i A '·« Timk S Bear ! D l'« Trans W Air' Transamer 6611 D V, Mid Cont Pet 23 2514 A li Middle S Ut 34 ^ Dayt P * L Deere tc' Co Del Rud ll'.i 1514 A li «!i A *,i 29=!, A V. Mil 9=4 A li 8=4 . 1014 A .li 30% A.V, 57!i A =4 3!'« A 14 Mo Kan.Tex.Pf 66 4014 A V, Mo Pac Pf 11 814 A li Monsan Chem 22 E31i Montg Ward 37 61=4 B. li Wotor Pd Mot Wheel Motorola MuUlns Mlg Sen Hgw ' Murray Cp Dirt Cp Seal Dome Mines Doug. : Airc Dow Chem Drasser Ind iU; Pont' 17 10% A '. 11 34% Al=4 a 22Ti « 24T, A 11 Nash Kelv 7 14V, A li Nat Auto ' 7914 Al A 1/4 Nat Aviat Nat Bisc 19 A '/, Zasl* Plch Zait Air L Eistm Kod Eaton Kit EKco Pd Zl Auto Lite Elect. Boat Elliott Co El-Paso K Gas Emer,,.El M Emer Bad Sc P Empire "D~EL EBd John Erie- HR Eversharp 11 36^1 D 1', 6 1414 D 14 8 44=4 A =4 12 16=4 A It 5 20% A 11 18?i D U 1714 16?i Minn Honeyw Minn Mol Mission Cp iMission Dv Mo an Tex D li 17 A 14 .20 13814 D % .10 10314 D 14 5 61 Dl 14 12% A 14 A 11 75?i A % « 13 A li 14 39% D % Fumbling Rally Boosts Stocks Stocks--firm; steels higher. ' , Bonds--steady; changes'narrow. Cotton--higher; mill buying, hedging. - . . Wheat--mixed; July firm, other months'lower. Corn--slightly lower; sold off toward close. Oats--mixed; small price changes. . '- ·· Hogs--generally fairly active, 25 cents higher; top $19'.40.| Cattle--steady to 50 cents higher; top $34.00. Public Records JUSTICE COURT Jame* M. Howiars, Precinct 1 Clark H, Johnson, Precinct 2 George Z. Fernery speeding, $22 or 10 lays, Manuel Stnchez, disturbing the^jioace, sentence suspended for six months. Joseph Meyer, Indecent exposure, CMC dismissed. Juan -M. Torrez, simple .battery, case dismissed. Sam Snider, speeding, failure to appear on'citation, $13 or 10 days on first count; second count dismissed.. Robert Lee Johnson, petty theft, $25 bond, forfeited. Nabor Fuentes, failure to provide for Grains Weak At Pit Close minor children, Hov. 10. $300 bond, continued to NEW. YORK,-Nov. 1 (ffl--A, fumbling rally strengthened the stock market late today. The last-hour- recovery followed a session of highly erratic price movements., Closing prices were a little under the best marks'Of the day .in most cases. Steel issues made the best showing, with radio-television shares close behind. The late rally was far from decisive, for a good many shares stayed in the minus column. The market started out with distinct rising tendencies. Within an lour; however, prices abruptly started to slide. Losses extended DOW JOffE9 AVERAGES Bond Market Trend Clouded NEW YORK,. Nov. 1. (IP}--The bond market maneuvered in an extremely narrow range today with trends obscure in late dealings. A 'few rails advanced while a greater number held unchanged or slid : back small fractions,. The same was true for utilities, anc there was virtually nothing going on in the industrial division. Governments went along -with the toiini av.raoM turhiihed by oo* jon.i quiet motif and only a few foreign Co. through E. F. Hatton « Co., m«m dollar bonds were traded. Consolidated Edison .convertible ben of the New York stock Exchange- Ind. Rain Utll Stcki TUESDAY .... WEDNESDAY SO ' . 225.01 . 225.69 20 15 66.28 40.02 66.51 40.13 :o around $1 a share before the jrice curve levelled out. Quota- Jons, see-sawed until around the start of the last hour when demand expanded. · | Trading picked up speed when irices were x on the way down in :he morning and again on the comeback. Turnover touched a rate of around 1,900,000 shares for the full, session. Interest in steel share's 3s were again more active than the average bond but.was able;to I stay, pretty close to Tuesday's closing price of 120 most /uesday t of .tn ,e time. rtlmulated by two announcements a special and increased dividend or U, S. Steel stockholders aiid a proposal by Jones Laughlin's directors to split the stock on a wo-for-one basis. J. L. responded with a gain if around $2 a share at one time. Big Steel common, however, jave only grudging response to .he dividend news. Backward in the curb were Min- ng Corp. of Canada, Pacific Petroleum, Segal Lock, Itaiser-Frazer, Cities Service, Cessna Aircraft, Babcock Wilcox, and Arkansas Natural Gas "A", U.S. Foil "B" nd Pancoastal Oil improved. Traders were evidently nervous ver .the effects last week's 19',, A V, Nat Can 14xd32=i A 14 7 27 A li 32 49% Al 18-i D V, 17=4 P 11 15=4 » 14 3 D'.', 71', A V, Nat Cash Reg 6 41T, Al 1011 Nat City Lin 1 Nat Cont 12 19 Nat DatryxPd 22 471. A 1J » 15% A % Nat Dept Str 16 1714 D ','4 Nat Distill . 51 2415 A li Tri Cont Cp Twent C Fox Bag 1 Un Carbjde Un Oil Cal Un Pac ' Unit Air Lin Unit Alrc . Unit Blsc United Corp Ur.it Fruit Unit Gas Cp Unit M 4 M 8 35 A ft isxd 4714 68 29?i D li 13 95 A 14 IS lT,i A 14 31 31 A 14 3 28H A 14 89 4 20 '6514 A »,t 1914 A U 34ii A 14 U S Gypsum 13 105 D''/. U S Rubber 38 4814 D ',4 S Smelt 38 53,i AHi S Steel ' 474 41',', D li v-w Vanad Cp . , 4 28T« D Ik Va El' Pw 27 191i A % Warner Pict 97 13 D li Wesson O Sc 8 mashing selling attack and the wo short but intense blasts of quidatJon during the final hours n Monday and Tuesday.' It is still not clear whether the market is going through a period adjustment 'which might in- olve further losses or whether the ecent' declines have been merely nterruptions in long-term upward rend. ' - series "G" and- "H" 5s, Katy 5s, New York Central. 4s, .Western Maryland 4s and Santa Fe 4s. Actiyity in the government department was on- the slim side when contrasted with fast turnover in recent sessions. There v/as not much change in prices either , in nearby or distant maturities. - - .. A runup of 4 points on Chile Mortgage Bank 6%s was a feature of dealings in the foreign dollar department. . - Guns D. Jackson, speeding,. *M and JO hours, Albert P. Hayden, failure to make boulevard stop, 55 or 5 days. Joyce Leo Harrison, failure to make boulevard stop, $5 or 5 days. Holding ' higher positions at Linden' Park Investment Co. ct al_, aj- times were, among others, Baltimore Ohio 4s, Central Railroad of New Jersey, :3%s, Pennsylvania Railroad 4 1/ 4s and Southern Pacific convertible 3s, Sale of only one bond was enough to depress Michigan Gen. tral 4%s nearly 2 points. Others on the lower side by smaller amounts were Missouri Pacific CITY COURT Paul J. Cella, Maoiitrate Frank Lopez, battery, JE30 or 30 day*, Randolph McCIendon, six parking citations, $17 bond forfeited. Dwight Brlggs, un-texed narcotics, ; leased to ' U.S. authorities. Luis Vatenzuela, drunk, escape, »20 or day», plus unexplred tfeon, Ludwick Kuczkowsky, indecent exposure, $15 bond forfeited. William A. DeLong, control of vehicle while under .influence of alcohol, $100 bond, continued to Nov. 3. Thomas Gilmour Jr., malicious mischief, $25 bond, continued to Nov. 2. Will H. Grigsby, aggravated assault, held for Piroa county. Tressie M. whaley, aggravated assault, held for Plma county, John' H. Edwards, reckless driving, J100 and 15 days. SUPERIOR COURT J, Mercer Johnson, DJviilon Lee Garrstt, Division 2 Evan C. Porter et ux vs. Harold C. Smith et al, complaint to quiet title. Ralph (J. Ramsey vs. Lowell T. Gllmore et ux, complaint for $1,500. Mayfair Merchandise Co. vs. Louise Levy, ludgmcnt to - plaintiff. Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. V6. proval and cancellation of mortgages. Walter Johnson, reckless driving, $150 or 30 'days. T. H, Zimmerman et ux vs. William M. Curry, judirment to plaintiff. John Sullivan et al vs, Buck Jones, dismissed. \ .'* DIVORCES Violet Beaudry McCain vs. Jared J. complaint. Tucson 'Gas i Light ($1,40) INVESTMENT TRUSTS Ittt CHICAGO, Nov. 1. (jp)--Grains weakened toward the close today after an unsuccessful attempt* to carry 1 along with yesterday's upsurge. The market opened with a good burst of steam, soybeans rushing up nearly 5 cents. This proved only temporary. After the-initial demand was taken care of, slid back. Most cereals held small fractions above the previous close until late in the session, when a slight expansion in selling sent many con- Tacts under that line. -' Great Britain bought a cargo of Nat, securiiws (speculative) ... ,3.47 2,7 jrn.'for shipment from ,Gulf of Television -Fund 12.01 13.09 corn' for shipment Mexico ports, but otherwise business was slow in export circles. Wheat closed %-% lower to % higher, December $2.25%; 'corn was lower, December $1.54%-%; oa;:s were ?TM' "'='·'- December Unlisted Securities Publ!ih«d by tht 'NASD " At o( Noon, N«w York Time BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES ' Bid As Bank of Douglas ($2.50) M First National Bank (»1.50) -. 31 Phoenix Title Tr, Co. (tS.OOJ.lBO- Volley-Notional Bank (*.70) IS UTILITIES Arizona Edison (11.00) .........17 Centra! Arizona Light (*.ao) l!5i Mississippi'River Fuel ($2,00) ... 31', Public Service N. M. ($1.00) .?. 15»4 Southern Union Gas ($.80) ....... 20% Tex. East. Transmission ($1.00).. 1714 Affiliated Fund ...,,..$4.23 M.64 Boston.Fund 21.63 23,38 Broad St. Investing J8.07 19.5 Chemical Fund . ,: 17.08 18.4 Dividend Shares 1.61 1.77 Eaton i Howard (balanced) ...28.55 30.52 Eaton Howard (stock) 19.70 21,06 Fundamental Investors 16.41 I7.9B Incorporated Investors 27.82 28.99 Investment Co. of America .... 10.65 11.55 Mass. Investors Trust ..30.75 Nat. Investors Nat. Securities (stock) . 10.29 5.30 33.28 11.1: s-jn Dividends NEW YORK, Nov. 1. W)--Tidewater Associated Oil Co. today declared an extra dividend of 30 cents and the regular quar- lowpr to W. hieher terly o£ *° cents on the conmon !to * lower to -Wt "igti e rri both j, ayab i e Dec . 1 to stock of record Nov '£-%: rye was J/£-% 10. This brings ISSO dividends to,*J.SO lower, December Sl.45%; soybeans were l%-3% lower, November $2,B1%-$2.61, and lard was \cents lower to 13 cents a hundred sounds higher, November $12.30. Open Mar, May July High Wheat 2.26,i 2.25'A 2.3114 2.30'.t 2,31% 2.3014 2.2111 2.20',i J.5«i-',i 1.55% 'l-58'.i- I.5S Low Close . 2.31 . 2.31H .2.21% Mar July. Dec. Mar, May July Dec. May I July 1.58% 1-50 Oati .ss^-li .8514 .8514 .8514 2.301i- ; 2.30141 2.21 . 1.54H- 3 ,i 1.5714 . 1,583,4 1,5814 1.58 3 ,l-'!i 1.MV1 1.5714 · .84=,i .8414 MK-'A .8414 . .78!i .781'* .7814 Ralph B. Davis vs. Minr.te Davis, corn- John "B. .Castlne vs. Vivian. C. .Castinc, LaGulre vs. John O. LaGuire; complaint. Wllla E. decree. .- NEW. YORK. Nov, 1. price .and net change o: stocks today: Curtlss-Wright ... S Steel n Motors .. .. Jor.es " Lau Stl Radio Corp Beth 'Steel iocony Vac ...... Chrysler ..... Repub Stl ...-.,.. fraham PafRe .., M A R R I A G E L I C E N S E S Belle D. Hall-,' Clerk Richard A. Hanson, 19, Tucsno, Frieda E. Viaene, 18, Tucson. Barney G. Smart. 23, Jacksonville, Fla. and Kathleen Isely. 17, Tucson. LIQUOR LICENSES Person to person transfer to Frank E. Hinman, Old Pueblo cafe. 250 N. Stone avenue, from Alex J. Togle, wine and ieer license. Person to person transfer to Reuben J. Cohen. El' Tampico, 41 S,' Meyer, from I Martin Roscnblum, alMlyiats license. BIRTHS : · St. Mary's Hospital Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B, Villa. Snotlidit Stocks .. WV-Sales, closlns 817 W. Iowa, a girl at 9:02 a.m. Oct.- 29. if the 15 most active Born to Mr, and Mrs. Gustavo G. Gastel- 1011 41',i J O . Livestock KANSAS CITY, Nov. 1. W--(USDA)-Cattle salable 3,000; calves salable BOO; fed steers 1,100 cows · steady to strong, spots down, heifers anc". higher; steers over 1.100 Ibs. slow, steady: bulls strong; vealers and killing calves steady; stockcrs and feeders scarce 'in fresh unloads; load mostly choice 1,029-lb. fed steers 32.25; short load choice 901-lb. mixed yearlings 32.00; part load choice 1,104-lb steers also 32.00; average medium and fed steers 25.50-31.00: load low medium 24.50; high good around 1,100-lb. beeves included at 31.00: several'loads high medium and good around 1.150-1,200 Ibs. 28.00-50; scattering medium and good fed heifers 25.00-29.50; common and medium beef cows 1.00-21.50; few good cows 21.50-23.00: hulk canners and cutters J5.00-18.75; practical top bulls 24.25; vealer top 31.00; medium and good killing calves 23.00-28.00. Hogs salable 3,000: fairly active, mostly 10-15 higher; good and choice 190-300 Ibs. ... 58,100 ... 47,700 ,,. 43,3i)Q .... 29,900 «: ... 29,600 17 : ... 23,600 4Gi .. 23,200 231 .. 21.000 74= ,, 17,900 41! .. 16,200 .2] .. 15,000 121 .. 14,400 30! ..13,200 15 ,. 12.700 49? .. 11,700 31V |lum. HIS River View' rd., Oct. 31 a girl at 1255 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Benltes, , 813 S. Herbert St., a girl at 5:37 p.m. U 1=4 Oct. 31. t,''=.ii Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Robert C, iiJ2015 E. 32nd st., a girl at 0:25 p.m. Oct..3 No Born to Mr. and Mrs. David Arellam 1350 W. Sonora, a girl at 10:22 p.m. Oct. .3 Born to. Mr. and Mrs. Tlzoc Doram 83 W. Corral st:, a girl at-2:27 a.m. Nov. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shillln ... l.'46H-14 1.46% ... 1.5214 1.53!'. ,,. 1.5J14 1.5514 Soybeans 2.6611 2.68 ... 2,7114 2.7114 274-75 2.75 ... 2.7414 2.76 ...'2.74=1-11 3.75 3 ,« Lard ...12,27-30 12.55 ...14,17 14.40 . 14.1! 14.50 ' 14.37 14,52 ...14.75 · 14.85 , 1.5111 1.5311 2.61 2.6411 2.68 2.6914 2.70 12.27 14.10 14.15 14.35 14.62- . 1.451'. 1.51% 1.53=,i 2.61H-61 2.65-8414 2.6814-H 2.69',4-70 2.70 12.30 14.15-10 14.17.--. . 14.40 14.62. Continental Oil. Co. (Delaware) declared a year end- dividend- of $2 a share on the common stock, payable Dec. 13 to stock of record Nov. 15. This brings I9M divi dends to $5 compared with $4 paid in 1949. May July-. Nov.. Dec. Jan. Mar. May- NEW YORK, Nov. 1, m--The cotton textile mar^t was flbout unchanged today. Scattered sales'.of print, cloths 'continued to .dominate the market, along with some Interest ir. broadcloths. The wool goods market was quiet. Merchants awaited clarification of the government stockpiling program In wool. Mean- Dry Goods while, the Australian wool malned strong. Rayon goods were, dull. markets re- U lljburg, 1015 E. Lee St., a boy at 7:41. a.m U lliNov.-l, . --. . U 1 i Tuc»on Matifca) Center Born to Mr, and 'Mrs, George Flshe 1937 -E. -Greenlee, a girl at 12:21 Chicago Butter CHICAGO, Nov. 1, W)--Butter steady; receipts 434,661; wholesale selling .prices .unchamjed: 93 score AA 63.5; 92 A 62.S; 90 B 605; 89 C 58,25; cars: 90 B S1.25; 89 C 59.25. ' E g g s weaker;' receipts 8,166; 'wholesale 'selling prices unchanged except two cents; !. Long,J a .- doIen i owe - outside on U. S. extras; ""* " U. S. extras 57-59; U'.-S. standards 38-41; current ffceipts 32-33; dirties 30, cheeks 29.1 Live poultry: Hens fully steady; balance irregular; receipts 35 loads; fob'paying.' prices unchanged to a cent a pound-lower- heavy hens 23-26; light hens, 20.5-21; share against 11.60 to 1849. Universal Consolidated Oil Co. declarec .n extra dividend of $2 a share and i regular quarterly 'of 50 cents on the common stock, both payable Nov. .28 to stock of record Nov. 13.' Extras of 50 cents each were paid in February and May and an extra, of $1 was ordered in August this year. In 1949 extras of $1 each were pafc in each quarter. Today's dividends bring the total for the year-to $6, the same as in .1845. Signal OH Gas Co. declared an extra dividend of 50 cents a share* and the alc.uarterly of 26 cents. on the class "A" and "B" stocks, all payable Dec.-11 to stock of record ' Nov. JO; Last: year the company paid .an extra of 25 cents at this 1 itme. Metal Market NEW YORK, Nov.. 1; (Pi--Spot nonferrous m'etal prices today: Copper S4',i cents pound, Connecticut valley. Lead 17 cents . pound, New York,. Zinc 17!i cents a pound. East St. Louis. Tin 1.28 a pound, New.York. , ',. . Domestic zinc futures closed 150 higher to 75 lower; Nov. 28.00A; Dec. 24.75B; Feb. 23.70; Mar. 23.60. (A--Asked; B--Bid). . . Copper futures closed - quiet. No sales. ftttnum Ba% Biff [its 20 W«dn«id»y Evtnlno, Nov.'l, 1»5C City Briefs WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m.--Tucson Lodge Tfo. 4, ^ "* F. fe A.M., will confer the second ,,"* degree at the Masonic Temple, "tJ 160 S. Scott st. ''" 7 p.m. -- The 20-30 club wlHl , f hold its Regular meeting tonight n~ at the Santa Rita hotel.. Ken- "^ neth Nchrlng will speak on Art'^ ,i zona compensation law. ojf" THURSDAY ' "^ . Noon--W. A. Murphy, Phoe-,, 'v, nix FBI investigator, will speak ·«,-. on "FBI Intelligence Rcsponslbil- · ^ ' Hies" at the Lions club meeting£' -» at the Pioneer hotel. , -" THURSDAY -t ·· 2:30 p.m.--The executive board'" I*,, of Government Heights PTA.wlU^-* meet in the principal's 'office, at*" -^ the school. . ,'.}.-··;- 7:30 p.m.--Roy Robisori PTA-"'". will meet at the school' for'' «?,J reception and tea for teachers,.^ with , home room mother*^ ··'.^·-jf hostesses. The meeting hag been?~j" movefl up to tomorrow evening. since, the scheduled fall on election night next Tne§- -^,-, day., . ' ' '-.-. - \***l 8 p.-m.--A-Cerebral. Palsy meeting will be held at the ' AJ1 parents T of cerebral palsy .. dren are urged to attend. 9:30 a.m'.--Delta Delta Uelta iance will hold a rummagejsale ' Plazita park. Mri will be .in charge., Foreign .Exchange f ^;; NEW YORK. Nov. 1.' (Ay-Foreign tx^J' change rates follow -.(Gru.tr Britain;Inidob-V.-v- ars, others-in cents):-. .. . , . . . . ·; *,. Canadian .dollar.in New York open,mar- r. ktt 4 9/18 per ; cent dlicount or »t,a*' t ,'U.3.- -.u. ents, up; 1/1C of a centri.. .,;.,; Europe: Great Britain (pound) '-KJOlif..^-': unchanged; Great Britain 30-day« futur»-v -» .80 7iVG, off 1/U-of » cent; Great Britain'^/ 60-day futures 2.80 3 ,'., unchanged; Great- ^; Britate 90 day futures- 2.811',,: up. .14 ot-'« -^ ent;, Belgium, (franc) 1.9914, up - J»}| ·- .- . : ent;.France, (franc)^ J8',fc. of « cent.; uii- hanged; Holland-. (guilder) , U». J-unJU;^ changed; Lltaly. (teal -.Uli.-of ·· cent,..un^4-, changed;' - Portugal/· (escudo} .i 1.50,':-:'iui««K hanged; Sweden- (Xrona)..l«37,.unchanf«dSliOir.' witzerland (franc) ·-·-; '(Jree). ,;j2.M,:.yun^Bte- Latin America: Argentina (free)'T.«;.un^r hanged; Brarll' -(free)-'i-B.K), ^'unchanged;' Mexico 11.57, unchanged; Vennuela ,(boll- ar) 30.05, unchanged; . , - - -.'L Ear ,Eact: Hong Kong dollar 1T.«, un- , hanged. ' : ' . - . ' " ' - - · 10.00-25; latter price on choice 200-230 Ibs; good and choice 160-1BO Ibs. 18.25-B5; sows steady to 25 higher, mostly 17.50-18" stags 18,50 dotvn. LOS ANGELES, Nov. 1. (if)-- (FSMN)-- Cattle salable 1,800; fairly active orF»can- ner to common cows; slow on other classes; prices.- largely steady; about 40 per cent of supply stockers and feeders, these slow few sales steady; few medium and low good slaughter steers held around 29.0030.00: medium load 27.00; medium and good cows 22.CO-22.75; common 20.00-21,50; canners and cutters 17.00-19.50; medium and good sausage bulls 25.00-27.50; .odd 25.00; three loads medium stock' cows 21.00, Calves salable 300; slaughter calves steady; .few medium to good vealers 23.0033.00; medium slaughter calves 27,00-29.50; stock calves higher; good and · choice 260- 2£» Ibs. 33.75-35.00. ' Hogs salable 600;. including 138 rnldwest- erns bought to arrive: slow, about steady: good and choice 185-210 Ibs. 21.25-75; .few lots unsold; 350 Ibs-, 1U.50; medium to choice sows 17.00-19.OC-, Oct. 31. Born to jMr. and Mrs. Albert Oshrl 21001;. Speedway, a girl at 3:33 a.m. Oct. 3 Born .to-Mr. 'and Mrs. J, D. Ossiande 1323-Apt. 3,,Consolidated dwellings, a gir at 10:41 a.m. Oct. 31. ' Bom 'to Mr. nr.d Mrs. Frank L.' Smltf 4019 E. Broadway, a girl at 10:58 a.m Oct. 3 1 . _ · - · · Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. M Connell, aSSJ S. PUimer, a boy at 4:56 p.i Oct. 31. Born to Mr, and Mrs, Robert. Z. Thur mond, 2344 S. Campbell ave., a girl at 5: p.m. Oct, 31. | OKUBK NOW WINTER LAWNS Tucson Fertilizer Co. DIAL 3-1274 Lawn Mulch Ky Coal Penn El Western Air L '^ 5 , j West Mary "'? '· Tir^rt- TT« T. tfat Gypsum Nat Lead Vat Steel Vat Sup Vatomas 54 17W A '/, 17. 51 A U 14 46?4 . . 19 '. 181' 4 A I', '. A 1! 23 J /« A /, dewberry (J J) 1 38»i D ',', West Un Tel West Air Br West Elec Wheel Stl . White Mot White Sew M Willys Over WiEson Co Wise El Pw Wool worth 'Jew. Eng El . 14 ll'i A li ^ewmont M Sewpt N Ship ,Y Central 15% A li« Y ChiStSt L llli A li-TST NHHart 85 Alii 10 31% A H 58 18 A V, 1165 Young SpgW Youngst ShT Zenith Rad^ Ifli D li Zonite Pd 347'i D li 48V. A li 51% A ',', 4=!i W E A T H E R Forecast for Tucson and vicinity: Variable high.cloudiness tonight and Thursday, ilightly warmer .Thursday. Highest-temp, yesterday ........ 84 Highest temp, jear ago 77 High record this date (1916) .'.... 93 Low temp, yestariay Low temp..year ago · Low record this date OSOO) ......... Mean. temp, yesterday Mean temp, year ago Normal temp, this date ......:.... Humidity 5:SO p,m, yesterday 5:30 a.m. today : Moonrise. 10:47 p.m. Moontet. .12:42 p.m. Sunrise .... 5:40 a-m. Sunset . 534 p.m. Data for 24 hours «nd)no at S:30 a.m. · . (Tucion. time). (Mltilno-data due to Western Union tele- typa line trouble at weather bureau.) Aiuuuuerqu. Clear SE 5 79 .. .. Pt.Cldy NW 5 El Atlanta Bluings Cloudy BIsmmrCJE',.;... Clear- Boli* Cloudy Boston ........ Smoke Buffalo ,. Smoke Casper ....... Clear Chanottt, ..,'.,,. -Chicago, Clear Cincinnati .... Cloudy Cleveland ..... Cloudy Denvei .,, Jt.Cldy DcMotnea ..." Cloudy Detroit ... Pt.Cldy El P»so :'. Pt.ady Flagstaff. Artx Clear Ft Worth · , Clear Or nd I'-'n Vn. » Clear tndlanapolta ~' ~ Kansas Cla Uttle ftoc* W 7 40- .. W 2 55 .. SE 17 52 ,. ·NE 2 68 .. W 22 72 .. SW S 52 .. 85 .. SW 13 84 .. SW 11 81 .. SW 12 82".. SE 11 79 .. W 7 88 :. SW. 8. 79 ' .. SW 15 87 .'. NE 3 62 25 S.16 87 - - . . W 3 65 Pt.Cldy SW 13 82 Cloudy · SW 15 27 SW SE Clear Haze . Miami Fla .. MllwauK« .. MlnneayolU Montreal- New Orleau 5.85 ___ 2 12 r-i.cidy sw 10 as Pt.Cldy Calm 80 SW 16 80 N 18 83 52 . Calm 84 ' Calm . Clear Cloudy Tog Haze New York ' naze , t^aim ou Ok;ah«m« City Pt.Cldy SW 25 M phuenla Sail UK«CltT St Lotus San Antonio. San Diego Sar Franeueo Seattle. ·- ' Spokan* Tampa" .'..... TUOON ; ., Waihlnktoa Cloudy N 26 83 Clear Calm 88 Smoke s 14 79 .- 62 Cloudy .- SW23 52,Cloudy SE 3 55 S 14 88 SE 7' 50-. Calm- 87. N 3 . 7 2 ; NW.-I - E. · E S Cotton NEW YORK, Nov. I. (ff)--Cotton Jutures were steady in slow' trading today, A flurry of mill buying extended .early gains to Jl-25 a bale. The : market then reached partially, on hedge selling.- Many traders were just looking on in the bellei that the department of agriculture -Kill take no action on a further boost in cotton export allocations until after the next government cotton, crop report . on November 8. Dealers reported that mills were -buying spot cotton aggressively partly because they fear that ypes of .cotton they want may not be available by next- spring. The CCC reported that it had sold an additional 70.143 bales of its 1948 pooled stocks, indicating' that only 150,000 bales of the stock remain unsold. Dealers, how- :ver, believed that subsequent sales have aken up · all of the 1MB polled stocks.- Late afternoon' prices were 15 to 95 cents a bale higher than the previous close, Dec. 40.37, March 40.29 and May 9.97. · ' . . Prices'dosed irregular as increased hedge lelllng for prices lower in the final hour. Futures closed 75 cents a bale lower to 30 cents higher than the previous close. High Lew " Close December 40,49 40.19 March 40.41 40.14 fay 40.15 39.83 uly ...;. 39.80 . 39.42 October 36.31 36.00 December 36.05 '35.70 «arch .....'35.88 35J16 Middling spot 41.20N, up'17. . (N--Nominal). - 40.30-31 40.22 .19.90 39.42-M 36.00 35.70 35.2N London ; Stocks · LONDON, Nov. 3, W--The Financial Imes 'daily Index of London stocks to- lay was 116.5, fof 0.1. TUCSON MORTUARY A Friendly, SlncM-i. Service Next to Catbrdral Dial 2-7429 202 ». Stone .Pt.Cldy . Pt.Cldy -. Fog · -Clear Cloudy Rain .. Rain .. FOE . ;.. Clear..-' .. Smoke . 63. 50 47- S .gw M 51 "(B' ., ,, I . . . . ·JllHJ/V* , D 1 . H v~ WlehlU Pt.Cldy NW 11 8S Vunw.Aik Clear Culm M ·+* FrJclen Calculators , :·' Safes 'Service · Walsh/ 5 i s o f S is c * 4 - / . . . . . All Sizes « Kinds. Lowest Rale«t Prompt;- Serrlcef · MORTGAGE All Sizes Kind*. Lowest Ki Murphey Really i Mortgage^ ·MOK'IXIAUK SPECIALISTS '^ ' 200 N Stone RirtBblUhed 1880 Phone M8M roasters 26-30; fryers-24.5-27.5; -old, roosters, 18-1S.S; ducklings 28; ducks 22. · I , Tm voting 102-Yes!" S»y$ ANDY MARTIN, owner and op«r«tor of th« M*rtin Drug Storti, Tucson. "Amendment 102 YES will more equitably place the bur* den off public school maintenance on the State, «« l« now done In the case off our University and colleges. A favorable vote will provide opportunities for the education off children In districts off lower taxable wealth equal to districts of greater wealth and few children* I'm voting IO2 YES." . The Arizona Citiiens Committee for Equalization of School Taxes LOUIS A. MYERS Ch»irm»n -- Phoenix SAM J. HEAD Prescott H. C.DOBSON Vice-Ch»ir. -- Mes» MRS. GUS LOPEZ Tucson , -JAMES F. BYRNE Yumt MRS. S. SALWDERS Pho«n«. F.W.FICKETT Tucson E. F. VICKERS Dou^Iiu BERT HAWKINS' Window DIX W. PRICE Sec.-Treu,--Ph'x. RAID POLITICAL ADVERXISnS'G LEGAL NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 1233 TWO OP MAPS AND PLATS AT PACE EIGHTEEN THEREOF. IN TOR OFFICE OF THE COUNTY RECORDER. PBIA COUNTY, ARIZONA: PROVIDING FOR THE SALE AUCTION. THEREOF AT PUBLIC PLACE d«e««d,.to the creditor. oJ LOCAL OPTION j£ PROHIBITION PROHIBITION ! WON'T WORK VOTE 3O7 NO AGAINS? LOCAL OPTION (Prohibition) ij mtssaoe. m lht*7n(tr»jl» of all Af izena, irt spftnsortd by Ariiona Uniltd Agofnit ProhlbTfien. Offic«J: Ho(«l Adams, Photnix, Arizona. n C. McPhej, E»«culiv« S«cr«lgrri E««culi»» Comm;ilt«; APACHE, lynn Lockhort; COCHISE, tfn 1. WIKqms; COCONINO, Pool P-rluit, Jr.; G1LA, Rcy G. longhairi: GRAHAM. Stuorl M Sollty; GKEENI.EE. Erf Dan«nhauer; Mi«ICOPA, Or. J. N. Harbtr; MOHAVJ, Frers'i X. OordorlT NAVA'JO, Front Hunrot; PIMA. Hoy Drcchmon; PINAi; Frank Williomi; SANTA C»UZ, H.'iC- Ch«rnin ; YAVAPAI, Fred Crow«ll; · - ' - - " . ' H r l d - - · JoK Jr .O YUMA, Horold C-Gin.) -· t^(jyi\L,j±^ \jf j.n£j \^i* i- ^^- *^w---- -·· SECTION 1. That the east and west alley rough Block 30. Tucson Heights, Tucson rlzona. as the same appears of record in the-office of the County Recorder oi: Plma Count:;. Arizona, in Book 2 of Maps and plats nt page 18 thereof, be. and the same Is. hereby vacated as a public alley. SECTION 2. That the lands constituting the alley vacated by Section 1 of this Ordinance be sold, at public auction, to the highest bidder, provided -that the -Mayor and Council reserve the right to reject any and all bids. SECTION 3.- That the Mayor and City Clerk be, and they are. hereby authorized and directed to make, execute and deliver to the purchaser at said sale, a Quit-Claim Deed i'or the said lands. -SECTION 4.. That all Ordinances and parts of Ordinances in conflict wiln this Ordinance be. and the same are, hereby repealed to the extent of any such conflict. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and G3ur.cn of the City of Tucson, this 23rd day 01! October. 1950, APPROVED this 23rd day of October. 1950. . - . ' . ' . (SEAL) ' It! 3. O, MEMAKN, Mayor ATTEST: ' · It/ CARL M. HKT, City Clerk Publish: Nov, 1, 2. 3, 1950. · . No, 14397 NOTICE OF HEARING-PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL IN THE SUPERIOR COURT-.OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIMA In the Matter of the Estate, of BXNRY C, MORHIS, Deceased. . Nol'ifle is hereby given that MARION LINDSEX MORRIS has filed in this court a certain document purporting to be'the -iast Will and -'Testament of Henry C Morrli, together with his petition; praying that xttld document be admitted-to probate n this court » the Last Will and Testament of said Henry C. Morris who. said petitioner ses. is deceased, r and', that letters estamentary issue thereon to said petitioner and that same will be heard on Monday the 13th day of November, A.D. 1950, it 9:9(1 o'clocR m the forenoon of said day, at the court' room of said court,. in the Court House, in the City of Tucson, County f Plma, state of, Arizona, and alj, persons intereirted in said estate are notified' then nd there to appear and show cause, if any hey lhave.. why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. , . , - BELLE D. HALL, " Seal).-.' - ' " % -Cleric Dated October 24, WK. . Pub.,: Oct. JO, 31. Nov. 1, I, J, 4, «, 7, », ,1950. i LEGAJb NOTICE IN NOTICE TO CREDITOR* No. 14345 THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FO« THE COUNTY OF PIMA - - ' ' . Estate of ROY PLACE, deceased. Notice is hereby -given by the undersigned Wynne C. Place, Executrix of .the Estate- of ROY all persons having claim* against the said deceased; to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten (10) monUij after the first publication of this notice- to the said Executrix at the law offices or John C. Haynes, Ashby I. Lohse and John C. Haynes Jr.. T27 North Stone Avenue Tucson. Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of «a!d estate In Mid County of Plma, State of Arizona. · . - . WYNNE C. PLACE, Executrix of the Estate at Roy Place, deceased, Dated' at Tucson,' Arizona, this 16th day o£ October'; 1S60. · . Pub: Oct. 18, 25, Nov, 1, 8, 1950. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SALE- . ·*· NOTICE (S HEREBY GIVEN that «T^ Wednesday the , 15th day - of Nov«mBer,-i 1950. at the hour o« eleven o'clock m th»^ forenoon oi thai day. si the main-dnoi o£, the City Hall In the City of Tuaon Pttrnt Count? Arltona, .1 will -in pursuance oti, Ordinance No 1224 of the Qrdin«nce« n( th«" Mayor and Council ol the City of TuCJim, sell at public auction, to the highest Mdrt«r.- the fol wit public lowing described oarcel of land *·.,- That certain alley situate between LoU w 1 and 2 in Block 12 of American-Villa - ResuhdivlslOh in the City of Tucson Art- ; zona. as- the same appears of record In . the office of the County Recorder 'of'- 0 Pima County ArlKna, In Book T of Map* :-. and Plats at Page 10 thereof - .v : which said parcel of land was vacaud **.««'- public alley, under the provision* of Mltfl-- Ordlnance No 1224 above referred to. "· ' = The Mayor and Council reserve the right to reject any and al! bids - ' Dated thta nth day'of October- IBM.' · it/ CARI M HTTT, . J, Seal) City Olert " Publish: Oct. S. 10. 11.11, U. H. t«. 17. li. «, 20, Z1--23. 24. 25. 28 27. 18. W. SI -Km-Vi.. 1. J. 4. «. 7. I. i. 10 11. 3BBO Notice is hereby given that on Monday, November 20,. 1950, begin** nihg at 10:00 A. M. at the CITY .VAN AND STORAGE: COMPANY? WAREHOUSE, 1200 N. Country Club, the "following articles, property: of the below-mentioned parties, will be sold at public auction, rachi sale to:continue until all goods are sold. , . . ,... (fam.e of 0«Tier or Person for Whose Account Goods Are Held: Anne Bosnos Ashley.. William J. Fitzpatrick ._-- Goods to Be Sold: Serafina Gomez Martin M. Osborn R. J. Pejavich Lee Safford and/or Nora Jacobson .... Olive Wershing G. R. West Barrels: wooden boxes. Uving room, furniture; bedroom fuml- ,ture; dinette set beds; barrels; bicycle;" tricycle; rug; washer. Personal effects; child's furniture. Filing cabinet; chaise, lounge; radio-* phono. Cedar chest. Filing' cabinet; rugs; cbesfj drawers;"clock; barrels; tartons;'boxesi Wooden boxes; suitcases. Ice box;, heater; vacuum cleaner: -, C. R. DUSENBERRY, Manager, · f City Van and Storage Company."-. STATE OF 'ARIZONA) ) SS. j COUNTY OF PIMA ) _." .Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day' of October^ 1 1950, bv C. R. Dusenberr^', Manager of City Van and Storage Company;" (NOTARIAL SEAL) LOW H. CRAWFORD, Notary Public. ·* My.commission.expires AprIl-5,.1953. .- ' " ~, To be published November 1,-November 8, November 15, 1X0*. f

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