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Feed Grain Up On Export Rise CHICAGO, ) -- Feed grains pushed higher on the board of trade today in response to export business, both actual and potential. / All oats contracts made new seasonal highs. .Oafs have lagged in recent weeks, and apparently are now catching up with the rest of -- the market, traders said. Some corn was sold to Great . Britain. An agricultural depart- · ment report called attention to the · fact that "in recent months utilization of corn for production alcohol and distilled spirits has increased sharply, reflecting the in- demand for industrial AUls Chal Am Agr Ch Am Airlines Am Bank Note Am Broadcast Am Cbl Had Am Can Am Car T Am Cyan of Am For Pw Am Gas El Am HomePd creased alcohol." Soybeans held gains throughout ; the session, although subjected to periods of declines on selling by eastern commission houses. July ' wheat fell on profit-taking follow : ing its recent sharp gains, and this . weakened the May delivery, too. Open High Low Close , . Wheat Dec. .. 12514-1,3 2,251k 225 2.26 K«r. .. 2.3014 2.30% 2.23% 2.30%-li M«y .. 2,30% 2.3111 2.29% .2.3014 July .. Z.201i-% 2.:U4 2.19!i 2.19%-20 Corn ' ' Dec. .. 1.541i 1.56 1,5411 1.55%-56 M»r. .. 1.57% 1.59% 1.5714 1.5aTk-59 M»y .. LSaii-^ 1.60% 1.581s l.SOi/4-% ·July .. l.S9-J8% l-.60!i 1.58% 1.6014 Oat! .86% .85 .8611-14 Dec. Mar. Miy July D«c. May July Nov. Jim. Mar. May July Nov. Dec. Jan. Mar. May .85-8511 .85 .821i-5i .78% .8314. .82!i .83%-% .78!'. .78% .79% Rye .. 1.4514 1.4714 1,«14 1.4714-14 ..1.51% 1.53%. 1.5114 1.53% .. 1.54% 1.5614 1.54%. 1.5014 Scybeans .', Id 2.67 2.62 . 2.051i-67 ., 2.85.-0514 2.7414 2.65 2.71-7114 .. 3.8914 2.7414 2.6B 2.74-7314 .. 3.7014-14 2.7514 2.7014 2.7514-74% .. 2.7014-71(4 2.76 2.7014 2.76 Lird , ..1325 12.CO 12.25 12.45 ,.14.15 14.32 14.15 14.22 ..14.20 14.37 14.20 14.27 ..14.45 14.55 -14.40 U50 .,14.70 H.85 14.70 1T72 Slight Gains Show In Bonds NEW YORK, Nov. 2, (/P)--Small gains held the tipper hand in today's quiet bond market.' All major groups had a certain number, of losers, however, and numerous issues traded at unchanged levels. Among the few issues attaining plus 'marks of a point or more were the convertible a 1 /*? of the Missouri paclfio Railroad, Katy 4» and first 4s and Peoria Eastern income 4s. ' Lesser plus signs were behind St Louis-San Francisco 4%s, Seaboard Air -Line income 4%s and Socony-Vacuum 2%s. Southern Pa cific convertible 3s were more active than the average rail, bond and advanced nearly a point. American Telephone bonds were quiet and steadv, Boston Maine 4%s, Central of Georgia 4%s and Chicago \yest- ern Indiana 4»; were among other issues .-.leaning to,, the offside. New' Haven Railroad bonds were among the more active with the 4s ahead a' fraction and the income 4%s "down a : small fraction. Ka'ty 4s were'not in active'demand: "but. moved ahead a. point at one-time on sale of a single' bond. Unlisted Securities Published by th« NASD As of Noon, New York Time · i BANKS »nd TRUST COMPANIES Bid Asked Brsltol My - BklynU Gas Brown BE Bucy Eric Budd Co fiurl Mills Burr Acid M Butl-r Bros Buuu Cop Calif Pack .63 16 of DoUSlas (J2JO 59 First National Bank (H.SO) 31 Phoenix Title t Trust Co. ($8).. 190 Valley Natfcnal Bank ($.70) 15 UTILITIES Arizona Xdlson ($l) 1714--181/4 Central Arizona Light ($.80) lift 12U Mississippi River Fuel ($2f ...'.., 32 33 Public Service N. M. ($1) 1514 1614 Southern Union Oai ($.80) 20 21 Texas.East. Transmission ($1)... 18','. 17% Tucson CM * Light (J1.40) 19% 2114 INVESTMENT TRUSTS Affiliated Boston J'und .................. .. 21.86 .Broad St. Investing ............. 18.40 Chemical Fund .................. 17.40 Dividend Shares. -v ....... :.. 1.65 £aton Rowerd (balanced) . . . 28.80 18.81 Eaton Howard (stock) 19.93 21.31 Fundamental Investors 16.32 18.32 Incorporated Investors 27.25 29.40 Investment Co. of America , 10.78 11,72 ·Mass. Investor! Trust 31.32 Nat. Investor! W.53 Nat. Securitiea (stock) - S.39 Nat. Securities '(speculative) .... 3.52 Television Fund 12,22 33.86 Chicago Butter CHICAGO, Nov. 2. utter . steady; . receipts 33,793; wholesale selling prices unchanged except 14 cant a pound higher on S9C crade and 89C oars; 93 score AA 63.5; 82 A 62.5; 90 B 80.5; 89 C 58,5; cars: 90 B 61 .25; '89 C 59.5. ., Eggs: Top weak, bottoms firm; .receipts fl.775; wholesale selling prices unevenly two cents a dozen lower to four cents higher; TJ. S. extras 55-J7; U. S. standards 37-41; current receipts 35; dirties and checks 33. W E A T H E R Forecast for Tncton and vicinity: Vnrl- able high cloudiness tonight and Frlduy illshtly warmer Friday. Highest temp, yesterday Highest temp, year ago High record this dato (1924) Low temp, yesterday Low temp, year ago Low record thlj date (1912) . Mean temp, yesterday Mean temp, year ago Normal temp, trls date Humidity 5:30 P.m. yesterday 5:30 ».m. today .,. Moonrise ...ll:48p.m, Moonsct... 1:21 p.m Sunrise ..6:41 a.m. Sunset ... 5:34 p.m. Data for 24 hourj ending at 5:30 «,m. (Tucson time) AlbuQUBTgu* Pt.Cldy NE Atlanta Cloudy Bllllr.il Pt.Cldy Bismarck........ Cloudy Boll* Raul: Boston Smoke 'Buffalo. Cloudy Casper Cloudy Charlotte Chicago . Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Dei Motaei . W 8 NE 6 NE e NW 7 SW 6 W 22 N E 2 2 Smoke N 5 Cloudy N 15 Showers NW 10 Cloudy NW IB Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Pt.Cldy 71 47 31 63 44 33 53 51 El Paso Flaj«la«, Alto n. Worth Pt.Cldy Gr'nd C'nTn. A Clear IridUnapolli .. Cloudy KawasQty .... Cloudy Llttlo Rock ..... Cloudy Loi Angelei .... Cl '" Memphis. Cloudy Miami,.Fit ..... Jl.Cldy Mllwaukt. ..... J'-Cldy MlnneapolU ... J°* Montreal ,... smc * e NewOrleara ... J° B New York ' Smoke Oklahoma CttT Cloudy Omaha ... Smoke Phoenta .... Clear Pittsburgh Pt.Cldy Portland. M* FoK Portland, Ora Reno Salt Laka tStf St. Loula San Antonio San Ditto Sar rrandaeo St.tUt Spokan* , Tampa ...... TUCSON Waihlngton .. Wichita 27 44 82 Sll 76 65 51 34 84 54 ai 41 79 52 82 58 69 El 80 54 38 34 46 52 65 27 87 52 40 45 74 43 81 61 83 SB 82 63 80 75 77 37 57 34 56 45 83 57 3 83 62 4 72 42 2 62 35 2 85 52 59 Yuma, AH*.. . Cloudy Cloudy Ruin Cloudy Clear Pt.Cldr Tog Tog Fog Pt.Cidy ' Clear Cloudy c:ea- SW 6 NW 6 NW 14 N 8 Calm NW 14 E 3 - 6 6 N 10 81 NE 1 N 9 E 2 N 12 NE 4 N 14 N 7 SW 7 Calm . S N S E S 10 W 3 55 « Calm 56 SI E 3 68 35 6 85 45 2 54 48 1 86 53 1 73 57 9 73 56 « 50 44 5 37 33 2 Si 88 4 31 SO SW 10 85 57 NE 5 89 44 NW 7 91 61 .55 New York Stock List AbbotL Acme Steel Adams Exp Admiral Corp Air Reduct Alaska Jun Aldens Alleghany Corp Allefihnny pf Alles L Steel Allied Chem A (i A ,i A V, 26 2'i IBH4 3 Federal D Sir Firestone Firth' Cnt Fllntkote Florida Pw Follans Stl Food Mach ' i A i,i D ,i A Freeport Su] Fruch Tro 351,3 A !i 37»i Al 50!i AH'. W lltt A 1/4 3 IS'.', A ','« 142 17 20 23 13 A 1 A D 'I 1 31?! A =i 70 A »l 21/4 D i,i, SO',', A i 13 31% A i 19 16% A : Am M 5: Tdy Am Metal Am PW 4: M Am Sad St S Am Had St S Pf .10 176 AJl/4 42 18!a A Amer Co ' £ if Nor Pac A2''i Nor sta pw ' Northw Alrl 26ft A 1/4 Gar Wood Ind Gaylord Cont Gen Am Tran Gen Bok Gen Cable Gen Elec Gen Foods en Mills en Motors Gen Pub tit Gen Real i Ut 3en Shoe Gen S Cas pf Gillette Gimbel Bros * Glldden Am Sat Am Seating Am Stl Fd Am Sugar 4S!4 A2i 54 A ? 31% D » 55% A iGoodrlch iGoodyear · . jGrah Palce . a [Granby MIn 55 1 14 3 ', 2! 3 25 1 12 '4 5 11 70 12 47% Dl 7 S7'i D 337 50% A 52 16% A 3 7% A 4 33?! A 1.30 12014 D 13 4B% 32 IS',', A 7 27 11 111 Al'i, D A ',: A = i A ', l A V 51 A 10',, Bli,p 19% A V, ParJAmWAirw 30 Panh FfcR 11 Param Pict 7 Park Utah * Parke Dav IB Patlno Min Penney (JC1 Penn Dlx Cem Penn Pw L Penn IvR Pepsi Cola Am Tel Tel 38.151!b A '.; Am Tobacco Am Viscose Am Woolen Am Zinc Anacon Cop And Prl Oil Armco Stl Armour Sc Co Assd Cry G Atchison AtTCst Line Atl Hefln Atlas CP Aveo Mfg Bald Loco Bolt Ohio Bait Oh ?F, Barber Oil Beatrice FDS Bcndlx Ay Bend Horn Ap Bonguct Mng Best Fds Beth SU Bice San Blaw Knox Bliss (EW Boeing Airp Bond Strs Bordcn Borff Worn Bridg Brass . 27 671 j Al'.i G r N Iron Ore Gt Nor Ry Pi . GtWestSug Greyhound Grum Airc En jGuantan Sug 16 1031J A3!4!Gulf M o b O 22 30 A %!GTu'f Oil 22 14% A % · H 74 35-!! A % 100 34% Al% 59 44H A Vi 120 11 A 14 3 18)2 A 14 J24 7 148 59% AHi 3 , A ', 8=1 A ! IS!! D ! 4311 D 18',. A I 1014 32 A . s'.i 17 li A 771,1 A Harb Walker Hayes MfK Holland Furn Homostake ~!i A JS? Houd Hersh £ A2 s|HousehFIn Houston OH Howe Sound HudBayM 13ii'A !'a Hudson Mot 5 23" Wi A.Vs 25 30% A % 4 54% A " 1 3114 14 46 A 5 14U D . 30 114 r 7 35 D !i Hup Corp 111 Cent 111 Power xd 138 44Hi A 14 2 aHi, 6 16 A H I3!i D II, 117 17 28 11 12 13 xd 9 5 33 V, D ' 15% Callahan Zinc Calan.Sc Hoc Canada Dry -amidlan Pac Caro P L . Case (J I) Caterpll Tra . Celanese Celotcx CenSW de Fasco ^ert-Teed Ches Ohio Chicago Corp Ch M Sp Pac Ch M Sp P pf Chi Pn Tool 6514 A 1. 12% A % 30M 27S' 4 A 14 35% A li 12% A li "11 17% 46 16% Xd 11 23% A 14 14 14% A ii 21 S O 2- V Indust Ray Inland Stl Ilsplr Cop Intel-lake IT Int BU3 Men Int Harv Int Nick Int Paper Int Silver' · '·i Int Tel Tel Jewel Tea Johns Man Jones L Joy Mi'g ,A li Oil A li l A l i A li 10% D l 18',i A ! 29 18 44% D Vs 24 38 Al'.i B 141-1 31 13% A 14 24',', A I,', 1414 31 li A V, 1214 D 14 3914 A i: 35 A l! Chi HI Pac 8 43 A Vi Childs Co Chrysler. C.i.T. Flnan Cleve H III Climax Mo Clinton Fd Cluctt Peab Coca Cola 114 75',. A 19 4714 D 15 4«' 4 A li ' 35 25- A li 1 3314 A ?| 5 281i 2 127 Al* Com! Cred Alk'15 : IT 38 39 1 12 29 64 29 87 7 ·53 48 Con. Copperm Con Edis Cons N -Gas Cons · Vultee Consum Pw, Container Cont Cart Cont Mot Cont OH lopper Hng Corn Prod Crane Co Creamer Am Crown Cork Crown Zell Crucible Stl Cub Ab Sug Cudahy Pk Curtis Pub CurtlssWr 1914 A % 17% 1214 A li 12!i A IS 51 A =4 20 A 1' 4 2714 D '/s S!i A 14 3014 4514 A 14 1514 A 14 3014 A =,i 8 31 li A 1 13 2J% Al 7 61/4 D li 10 14 A 1 4 22% A i; ·12 £8 S. 1215 1 34% A 53H A li ' Petrol Cp pfciffcr Br Phelps Dod Phila Elec Phil Sd CI Phllco Philip Mor Phillips Pet Pit Plate Gl Pit Scr B . Pittaton Co Plymouth Oil Press Stl Car Proct St Gam Pub Sv EG Publick Ind Pullman Pure Oil Purity Bit Radio Cp Radio KO RaybesKMan xd 39 28 1 24 21 2 3 32 «',i D 1/4 3214 D li 2B% D ,', 59% A1U 53 A li 17% A 14 16% A Vi U 217 ,A3',i S3 31 v A % 49 3371 A ii 60 44% Alii 1 581i Al 12% A- % 26 Interest D Sir 4 27 Al 2 62-b 19 43?4 A 3 , 229 45H Al? 5 28»4 A l Kan City Sou Kan Pw Lt Kennecott Kern C l*rid Kresse (SS) Krisss (SH) Kroser Co Lacclde Gas Lambert Lehlgh CiN Leh Port C Leh Val Coal Lehman Cp Lerner Str Lib OF Glass Lib' Men L UBS My Lima Ham Lion Oil Liquid Carb Lockh Airc Loew's Inc Lone St Cem Lorillaid Lou Nash Lowensteta . \ . M Mack Trucks Macy (K HJ Magma Cop Magr-avox Marac Oil , Marine Mid Marsh Field Martin (GL) May Dept Str Maytag McGraw EJ Mclntyr P McWes K eili A 3 1ST, 67 li A ·'. 60^4 All 39 li · 53'A 70 3 ,i A 1 A 1 2 22% A IBxd 8% A 8 47 3 ,i A li 5 V,« J 60 A 3i 6 2214 A % 35 35 A li 22xd 81', 16 82% A % 14 21 12 33 23 15% D 14 4 75 Al 12 231i 3 1 9?i D 14 39 1514 U 3114 A la 4314 A 14 33ii A - Ohio Edis Ohio Oil Oliver Cp Omnibus Otis Elev Owens 111 G Pac Gas i Pac Light Pac Mills Pac Tin Con Packard M 108 17% D Vs 9 31% D 14 23 25% A 14 19 10% A li 22 10% ^ 62 29% D li 56 33% A.% 7 23 1 12 12 34 A 1! A is A 14 4 71li D 14 32 50 30% 41/4 3% 9 Livestock CHICAGO, Nov. 2. (JT--Butcher weight hogs generally were fairly active in the livestock trade today but intercut slacked off toward the close. Cattle wero steady to strong, lambs unsold under lower bids, and ewes strong to 50 cents higher. Most bnrrows and gilts sold 10 to 15 cents lower but some were off as much as 25 cents at the close.' 'Prices ranged -from S18.Z5 to $19.25, the top for the day. Sows were steady at $16.25 to S19.00. Clearance was good on a supply of ll.dOO, up 1,000 over trade expectations. Most medium to choice steers, and yearlings sold from $26.50 to 532.75, a load of ,, nish-cholce yearlings going to S33.50. Good ,'jjand choice fed_heifers and mixed yearlings A % ' " ' '""" ""' A ik A li 20!i A li 214 A 14 38=,» A li , A '/, 23 xd 60 ·o 8 67 A ,', 4 23?i A 14 2Sli , A 1 914 A : 6 iPJi A - % 5 32 30 7 21 15 107 49 3 8 3 26H A 14 41431/2 Al 13 l l t f A li 11 69i Alii 28 21',i 40 22H A V, 20 41 "V · MVs A ' 5814 A »,4 2714 A */, 43% D 11 57 Alii 7214 D 14 39 A =4 46ii A li 4214 A Vi 29!i ' 4014 49!i B li Rem Rand 1514' A li Keo Motors Repub Avia Repub Pict 118 1734 11' 7.i D li 2 3314 A 'li ·11 1414 D '.is !19 16% A -li Repub SU F.evere CB Rexall Drug Richfield O KCb Fulton Safeway St St Jos Lead St L San F St Reg Pap Savage Arms Schcnley Ind Seab Al RR Seab Flnan Sears Roeb Servcl ·i: 11 154 53 44 27 12!i A % 3% . 42% Alii 30% A To 6% A Full Advance Hits Stock Exchange I topped at $23.50, sausage bulls at $27.00, 'and vealers at $34.00; Estimated receipts also included 3,000 cattle, 300 calves, and 1,OCO sheep. ' ( (USDA)--Salable hoxs 11,000; generally fairly active and ID-IS cents lower on butchers: closed slow; several hundred head late 15-25 cents lower, mainly weights over 220 lb,; sow.* fairly active, steady; top 19.25 rather freely for choice 180-210 lb..; most good and choice 170-270 lb. 19.10-1S.25; late sales 220-280 lb, 19.00-19.10; few 150-160 Stocks--higher; steels,..motors and oils advance. Bonds--quiet; price changes narrow. Cotton--lower; liquidation and hedging. Wheat--mixed; nearby months steady, others'weak. Corn--strong; export" demand. · Oats--strong;.new seasonal highs. Hogs--mostly fairly active and 10 to 15 cents lower; ° top $19.25. Cattle--steady to strong; top $33:50. ^ NEW YORK, Cotton NEW YORK. Nov. 2, (Pt-- Cotton futures were reactionary today. Liquidation was attributed partly to higher Ideas on the next government cotton crop report. One private survey placed the crop at almost 10,500,000 bnlc», or «n Increase of better th»n 600,000 bales above the government's October forecast oJ 9,868,000 bales. Previous ideas in the' trade had been that the next report would be bales above the last one. Hedge selling was moderate. about 100,000 Dec. . Losses nt March one time extended to more than 12 a bale as stop-loss order* wcrt touched off. The market subsequently recovered partially on mill,buying, Dec. The C.C.C reported-, loam on the 1850 March crop through October 26 covered 2,241 bales. This indicated additional entries of 683 Sallg ffitttzrit 2S' Thursday Evening, Nov.'2, 1950 · ' bales for the latest weekly period. Late afternoon, prices'were-95 cent* to 11.40 a bale lower than the previous clou. Uec. 40.11. March 39-94 and May 39.65. Futures closed $1.45 to $2.20 a bale lower than the previous close. May July High . 40.34 . 40,25 , 33.S3, . 39.50 . 36.03 . 35.80 . 35.13 LOW 39.95 39.80 39.50 39.01 .35.53 35.24 35.30 ClOM 39.99-40.01 Middlinc spot 40.83N off 37. N-Nominal. 39.5I-SJ 39.04-M 35.M 35.JO W.MN Public IRecordi lb, la.50-19.00; load around 360 lb, butchers 18.85; fiood and choice sows under 400 lb.! appear CITY COURT Paul J, Cella, Migiitrati Jesus Arvlzu, speeding, failure 4 18.00-lD.OO; 400-500 lb. 17.25-18.25; heavlerjon citation, $20 bond forfeited, welshts scarce; few 500-800 lb, 16.25-17.J5:1 waiter Fowler, grand theft, held, for good clearance. ' Plma county. ' Salable cattle 3,000; salable calves 300;;. Eugene Surley, disorderly conduct, JIO slaughter^ steers fairly active, mostly j o r ] 0 daySp _ steady; heifers active, strong; other elaugh- j , Thomas Rourlte, control of a vehicle ter classes steady to strong; most good and|' wn ii e un£ ]er the influence of alcohol, de- choice fed steers and.yearlings 29.50-32.75;! structlon o£ cl , y propurty, »SO and 10 day«. load high-choice 1,011 lb. yearling steers Arthur Wertley, live parking cltatloni, 33.50; most medium to low-good slaughter steers 26,50-29,00; several loads good and | choice fed heifers and mixed yearlings; 23.00-32.50; load choice 1.005 lb. fed heifer* included at 32.25; common and medium beef cows 20,00-22.00; canners and cutters 16.3J- W.75; few good cows 23.00-23.50; medium and good sausage bull* 24.50-27.00; vealers 34.00 down. KANSAS CITY, Nov. 2. W)-- (USDA)-Cattle 800;. calves 200; generally jteady; few medium to low good fed steers 28.50-29.25; small lots medium grade heifers 25,00-28.50; odd lots common and medium beef cows 19.0o-21.50; odd head good grade to 23,00; canners and cutters largely 15.50-19.00; bulls 24.25 down; vealer top 31:00: medium and 1714 A Vs 9" D li Sham O GG G 52 m' s A V, good Killing calves 23.00r28.00, Hogs 3,000. slow, uneven. 25-50 lower; 44 3 ,4 A li good and choice 180-300 Ibs. mostly 18,50-85; 17^4 A %|few choice 200-225 Ibs. 18.90 and 19.00; sows jsharing decline; bulk 17.00-1S.25; stags 16.25 ' down. LOS ANGELES. Nov. 2. (JP-- (FSMN)-- Cattle salable · 1,200: very few slaughter steers or heifers available: market untested; cows slow, about steady; bulls steady; stockers and 'feeders about steady; medium and good beef cows 22.00-23.50. few down to 21.50: heiferish light cows to 24.00; common mostly 2C.00-2l.50; canners 1 and cutters 17.00-19.50; common to good sausage XI 3611 A a 45',4 A i 14 54 10% A 1814 A 1! 14%-A ',! , All! Sharon Stl 13 32 3 ,4 Shell Oil 11 52 D 14 Simmons Co 7 32 Sinclair Oil 100 29!i A =4 Smith - (AO) 2 32 Socony Vac 164 23% D In Sou Am G P 6 414 D 14 i Sou Caro E G 4 -7% So P Rico Su« 3 ' 4 7 Al Sou Cal Edis 2Z, 33% Southern Co 52x311%' South Pac 39 eo'.B A % South By 11 4214 A 'A Sparks With 7 5% _ Spcrry " " ' 5 20 Std G .St E H Pf «1 Spiegel std Brands Ill's 24 85 Etd Oil Cal 46. 751,4 A V, Alii Std Oir Ind Etd Oil NJ · Std OH Ohio Std St Spg Stevens (JP) Stew Warn Stcke Van C Stone St Web Studebaker Sunray Oil Sunsh Bis Sunshine Mn Swift Sc Co Hii X i 4 Swift Intl 1 JJisylvZlPd ·5714 A IS 86% A % 32% A 14 25 A 14 4014 A Vi IS 3 ,* A li 15 A 14 2014 A % 3114 A li 16 A .31 55 A V, OK- 39 A % 1314 D 14 34 D li 53 139 15 19 7 16 10 73 117 2 3 J5 1 12 23 914. 15»i A 111 ' J 814 A 14 Texas Co · 914 A 14 Tex Gulf Prod 28% D 14 Tex Gulf Sul 561i D li D J ,i D li Tex Pac L Tr Textron Thompson Pd S 4614 A =!4 TJde_Wa As 3 '5014 A ',1 Tlrnk Det Ax Timk R-Bear 2 SSli A 14 i.*v · ". -- -- .- ' ,'/ Mead Corp 18 28% D 14 Mesta Mach 1 41% A li T. Miami Cop · 4 1554 " Mid Cont Pet a 48=4 A 14 T- 5xd59 D ' 25 355'a D li 12 7?i Middle S Ut 30 78 Al Minn Honeyw 3 201i A 14, jyunn Mol 10 66',4 A 14 Mission Corp B 2511 D 14 Mission Dv 1 1114 A 14 M o Kan Tex 5 15?4 A 14 Wo Kan Tex pf 12 43 A IMMoPacpf 40 30-% A % JMonsan Chera 1 18% A liMontgWara 9% A li Motor Pd Trans W Air TrlContCp :=4 A 14 Twent C Fox 1714 A 14 3911 A114' 141i A % DaytPL Deere 4: Co Del ,Hud Del Lack i W Den Sc Rcw Det Edis Dist Cp Seag Dome Mines Doug Airc Dow Chem Dresser Ind Du Pont Eagle Pic h East Air L EastmKod Eaton Mfg SkcoPd El Auto tia« . Elect Boat Elliott Co El Paso N QM Emer.El M Smer Had Sc P Snd John · Erie RR Eversharp 34 9 A Vt Motor Wheel 10?1 A 11 Motorola Mullins Mfg sou Murray Corp 11 21=4 A 14 A A li ; A 14 13 10i D li 8 35 · ' , 2. 23 45 2Si 19 141: 9 18 5 '44 Nash Kelv Nat Auto F Nat Avlat Nat Can 79?i A ,4 68 1911 D '.1 80 Al Nat Cash Seg 7 421s A 14 Nat City Lin Nat Cont Nat Dairy Pd xd 3514 D 6 1414 A 14 12 44T, A 11 J 17 A 14 5 20% A 11 A 14 .1614 A 14 12% A % 39 A14 37 6 28 13 62% A % 6 13 Vt 2 634 33 40% A »i 8% A li 64=4 All'4 6214 A Vi 3314 A % 26% D li 5014 A % 29 3 7 1* 35 4 71: IS',4 A 14 1814 A 14 1514 D : Al A 11 Nat Dept Str Nat Distill 18% D 11 Nat Gypsum Nat Lead Nat Steel Nat sup iNatomas New Eng El Newmont Wewpt N ' 13 37' 34 4 38 IB 21 93 13 4 5 3 Ship- 8 811 1M4 A ?!, 4814 Alia 171i A 14 2511 A ».', 1714 D 11 5214 Al'.i 4614-D 14 mi A » 914 A3 A 1'4 . N Y Central 129 HVs A ',', 1814 A 11 N Y Chi St L 1 165 NY NH Hart 19 11 A 14' NY Sta E C' 15 2314 D V, D 14 D 14 Noma Elec Nort ct West No Am Avla 23 13 16 49 25 141-, $15 or. 5 days. Thomas Giimour Jr., malicious mischief, case dismissed, JUSTICE COURT James M. Howcare, Precinct 1 Clark H. Johnson, Precinct J William McGalllard, neglect of wife, desertion, $1,000 bond, continued to Nov. IS, J. F. Dnyton, driving on the wrong aide of the highway, sentence" suspended. Hoy W. Clark, failure to control ipeed, no tall light, $10 or 10 days on the first count, $5 or'five days on the second. Lorenzo Gonzales, simple battery, cait dismissed. Manuel Lopez, simple battery, »15 or 10 days, Tom Finley, speeding, 521 or 10 days. Charles W. Scott, speeding, $17 or 10 day«. SUPERIOR COURT J. Meror Johrnon, Division 1 Lee Garrutt, Divlllon 2 ·William C. Cox et ux v«. Paul Ru«h «t ux et al,. complaint for forfeiture of contract. 1 time. Nov. 2. (fP)--The stock market staged a full-fledged advance today for the first time this week. Final prices were up a few cents to around $2 a share... Demand for steel shares powered the rise most of the day. In late dealings oils surged to the front. The rise was slow off and on but at no' time was there any sign of a serious relapse. Business- was a trifle-on the lean side with many issues 'responding to only small orders. Turnover touched a rate.,of about 1,700,000 shares for the full session. Pronounced strength in steel stocks was apparently a late reflection of a flood of excellent DOW JONES AVERAGES Closing nviraget furnished by Dow Jonti A Co.'through E. f. Mutton Co.. mem. b«r» of tha N»w Yorli Stock Exchange. Ind. · Rills Util stcki SO 20 15 65 WEDNESDAY .... 225.69 66.S1 40.13 81.12 THURSDAY 227.25 66.84 40.35 81.81 Straight Kentucky Bourbon in all its Glory! profit and dividend statements from leaders in the industry. In addition steel output is around | a record high now and is expected! to remain at a peak for a long S. M. Furrow et al vs. Mary J. Allen et! al, complaint for creating a lien. Ralph Herstlne et ux v«. Robert Crockett et ux et al, complaint for foreclosure. Valley National bank vs. Al C. Goorge et ux, complaint for W26.72. City of Tucson vs, Pima county, corn- Higher prices were paid for U. S,' jjSteel, Republic Steel, Jones ' Laughlin, Armco, Standard * Oil (NJ), Anderson-Prichard Oil, At bulls 23.00-27.00; sixteen loads mostly good quality around 1,000 Ibs. Oregon Jeeder j plaint for tax refund. steers 27.50 with 11'head out at 24.00. ! Abelino Monarrei V*. Calves wilablc 150; steady; few medium i judgment to plaintiff. Carmen trrrin. low choice vealers 28.00-33.00; medium Robert E. Downey, et al vs; N. C. Leather- and good calves 26,00-30.00; common down to 22.50. New York Bank And Trust Stocks Bank ai Am Nts. (ST) (1,90).... 2S Bank of Man (1.40! 27% Bank of NY i Fifth (14) 320. Bankers Trust (2) .......... i... 45 Cen Han Bonk 4 Trust (4) 9714' Chase Nat (J.ao) 3514 Chem Bank * Trust'(1.80) 41 Coml Nat Bank i: Trust (2).... 8014 Cont Bank, Jt Trust 51i Cont m Chi C4) 8B Com Exch (3) 71% 73% Empire Trust (3) 118 122 First Nat CBos) (2A) 47% 49% First Nat Chi (8) 224 230 First Nat N If (80) 1235.. 1295 Guaranty Trust (12A) ...285 294 Irvine Trust (.BOA) 18 1914 Kings County (SO) 1575 1625 Manufart Trust (2.40) 8314 55i,, Nat) City (1.80) 4114 4314 wood dismissed. DIVORCES Delores B. Fuller vs. Jewell Lee Fuller Jr-,. complaint. r Ada G. Bond v«. Charles V. Bond, complaint. · -Adel Sanchez vs. .Botendo M. Sanchez. j can 2-7'.21 decree. : 28%| M A R R I A G E LICENSE* 335 : Belle D, Hall, clerk 47 I Earl H. Pool, 20, Jacksonville, .Tex., and 10014 37H 43 63 5% 9214 73',S 122 N Y Trust (4) f. 92-4 Public Nat (2B) 48 Title Guar Trust ; 8} United States (35) 59i 7814 A 51 22 D li 83'/4 A K 82 A li HI, A li OT A 32=i D Iki lew A li 401'4 A % 1711 A li 1831 10 A Vs 22?i A 3 ,i New York Curb Alum Co Am LB Un Bag P- Un Carbide tin Oil Cal UnPac Unit Air Lin Unit Ario Unit Bisc United Ccrp Unit Fruit Unit Gas Cp UnitMM US Gypsum US Rubber US Smelt US Steel 351i A li 47',i A % 30 A '/, Alii IB',! A 14 -1414 A 11 9 67 7B 8 9514 A 14 23 ,17 3 ,i A 3 ,i 43 31)i A li 7 30 A =,i ·45 4 37 42 28 20 1091' 25 47',', AI« 9 531/4 D ' 41^4 A Am Cit P Am Majac . ... Am Superpow . |Ark N Gas .... Blue Ridge Can Marconi ., Chesebrtiugh Cities Serv Claude Neon .. El Bond Sh Equity CP Ford M Can -Glen Aid Coal Humbln Oil ... Kaiser -Fraz .. Lone Star O .. Mldvale Molybdenum Niag Hud Pw Pcnnroad -Solar Airc Technlco Wright Har . . . . 257 v-w Vanad Cp 3 291i A ft Va El PW Warner Pict . 21, . 5. 9/U . 11 . 64 . 84 . 4% . l«i . - Hi . 47« . 15?, 9914 . STa . 2314 .18 li'/, 214 4% 14 11 , 3% 83',i 8214 19%114 4714 1514 SO 25 2514 431 851/4 50 9% 6614 214 4% 14 11 414 3% 6314 8314 4% 1914 1% 8414 ..... 16 ..... 6514 ..... 1414 U!i ..... 2014 20?1 .11/18 11/10 Betty J. Patty, 19, Tucson. Domingo Garcia, 20, Mathls, T«x,, and EsperanM DeLecn, W; Mathii, Tex. Georg* Crist. 13, Tucson, and Eltellt Harriott, 80, New York. Dexter Greathount, 30, TucioB, and Patsy McCoy, 19, Tucson. · IRTHS St. Mary'i Hcfpltnl Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 1 Cirptnter 3543 S. Clark ave., a iru-1 at 4:10 p.m. Nov.: Born to Mr. and" Mn. James Juare: bx. 526, Samaniego St., a girl at 6:32 ^m Tuo»on G«n«r«l HoipIUI Bom to Mr. and JVIri. Joseph Soporito 905 E. Drachman at., a boy at 3:15 p.m Nov. 1. Tucion Metllcsl CtnUr i Born to Mr. and KSrs, Vernon.E. Miller IJ356 Tucson strav.. a boy :at 10:48 a.m ^ Born to Mr and Mrs. Morris E, Fountain 4136 Z, Lester St., a g:M at 11:37 a.m. Nov. 1 Born to Mr. and Mrs. J«cfc W, Cochr»n 1910 S. Amelia, a boy at 6:09 p.m. Nov. 1. ' Born to Mr. and MI'S. David Haker, 244 E Pastime rd., « boy at 7:57 p.m. Nov. 1. Dry Goods NEW YORK, Nov. a. W--Trading In th cotton textile market was limited today Offerings of second-hand print cloths wet srrall, with prices on some -construction, moving higher at the mill level. The 38' 84x80 5.3S yards ; print cloths «old. »t 21= cents a; yard in first hands, up 14 cen' Sheeting's were steady -but not very active There was some selling cf pocketing twill for the second quarter of next year, 15 No change to the wool goods marke 64!a buyers -were not showing 'interest, in th 1414 fall 1951 situation, partly becausi of higl 2014 prices. 11/16 Rayon goods were dull. WesonOS W Ky Coal W Penh El Western Air L West Mary West Un Tel West Air Br West Elec Wheel Stl White Mot White Sew M Willys Over Wilson le CO Wise El Pw Wool-worth ' Wyand War l»!l A % 72 13 8 28% A 14 12 23% D li 11 24V, A 14 5 ' 9% 13 16 D % M 33% AJli 31% A' 14 33% A % 31 li A Vn 21% A '· 5014 Al 21 69 42 13 3 13 25 1514 A 14 18 18 6 46 A li 1214 A 11 Voung Spg 4 W 1 3514 A 51 Youngst ShT 40 .i8?i A 11 Zenith Had - S 52 A 14 Zocite Pd 3 4 5 ,« Foreign Exchange NEW YORK, Nov. 2. WV-Foreign exchange rates follow (Great" Britain In dollars, others in cents): Canadian dollar In New York open market 4 7/16 per,'cent discount or 95.5814 U.S. cents, up 1/16 of a cent. Europe: Great Britain (pound) $2.8011, unchanged; Great Britain 30 day futures 2.BO 7/16, unchanged; Great Britain 60 day futures 2.80 a ,l. unchanged; Great Britain 90 day' futures 2.80 15/16. unchanged; Belgium Tfranc) 1.99!4. unchanged; Franco (franc) ,28?i of a cent, unchanged; Holland (guilder) 28.116, unchanged; Italy (lira) .1614 ot a cent, unchanged; Portugal (escudo) 350, unchanged: Sweden (krona) 19.37, unchanged; Switzerland (franc) (free) 22.96, unchanged, Latin America: Argentina (free) 7,43, unchanged; .Brazil (freo) 5.60; . unchanged; Mexico 11.57. unchanged; Venezuela (bo- livar) 30.06. unchanged. London Stocks LONDON, Nov. 2. (ft--The Financial Tlme« dally index of London stocks today wash 116.7, up 0.2. GLASSES PITTED BROKEN LENSES DUPLICATED Srunewald Adam; 60 East'Concress W S N NE NE NE NE E S' V. S, Weather Bureau SALESMAN WANTED Arizona's own low-cost, nonprofit Hospital Benefit Association has an opening for a repre- sentatire7 Must be neat, hardworking, and furnish good refer- 'cnces. Prefer family man, age 30 to 40, with sales experience. Excellent opportunity. W r i t e , phone, or stop in for employment application. An Interview will then be arranged. HOSPITAL BEXEFII ASSOCIATION . 706 Valley Xatlonal Bank Phone 3-5391 Metal Market NEW YORK, Nov. 2. W)--Spot non-ferrous metal prices today: Copper 24!i cents a pound, Connecticut valley. Lead 17 cents a pound. New York. Zinc 1714 cents a pound,. East St. Louis. Tin 1.2714 a pound, New York. Domestic zinc futures closed 125 higher to 0 lower, sales 9 contracts. Jan. 25.50B; eb 24.603, March 24.Z5B, May 23.00, July 12.00, B-Bld. FUNERAL COSTS True costs of the last.500 funerals conducted by Parker-Kerr Mortuary: - 228 Complete Fiinerals including CasVet--Cost up tor $199 · 167 Complete Funerals including Casket--Cosf $200 to $499 [05 Complete Funerals including Caskets-Corf ,'fEOO and over PARKER-KERR Serving Tncaon 32 tear* 215 North Stone Avenne Dla5 S-23Z1 MORTGAGE LOANS AO Size* A Kinds. Lowest Rates! Prompt Serrlcel Murphey Realty Mortgage (o. MORTGAGE SPECIALISTS 200 N. Stone. Established 1896 Phone .J-2895 lantic- Refining, Chrysler, U. S. Rubber, International Ijarvester, Schenley, Emerson, Revere Copper, Armour, American Telephone, Kennecott Copper, du Pont, Phillip Morris, American Tobacco, Chesapeake ' Ohio; Baltimore- Ohio, Johns-Manville, and International Paper. Lifted in the curb were Amer- Superpower,' Cities- Service, .Electric Bond . Share, Fairchild Engine, Insurance · Co. of North America,' Kals^er-Frazer,- National Union 'Radio, 'Northrop Aircraft, Sentinel Radio, and Standard Power . Light. . Today's rise followed a week of highly, erratic price movements, the net result of which was a sub- atantlal average decline,/ On both Monday and Tuesday the market. advanced timidly in the morning only, to tie smacked down by short but intense. 1 blasts of selling' in the final, hour of each day. ' Yesterday lively afternoon demand climaxed a .day of seesaw price, movements. Just before the final bell, however,.buying faltered and, a good many 'issues, suffered minor relapses. Rather surprisingly, .according to some observers, , the. market ignored the news of., reverses" in the -Korean fighting. Others, though, claim that Korea has been more or less ignored as a market factor since "United. Nations forces routed the North Korean army. ARIZONA NEEDS MORE INDUSTRY AND THE JOBS INDUSTRY CAN PROVIDE HERE IS WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE 308 YES: fill rm voting 102 -Yes Sayi WILLIAM E. STANFORD, Mirfeopi Cwnt/ TixAwuor. "Amendment 102 will rtdvctf property taxes. Mere people will contribute to the support of the state school system." The Arizona Citizens,CommittB* for IquaHiotion of School Twxei BBRTHAW1N* Winslow DIXW PRICE St£.-Tteu.--Ph'Jt 10UISA.MYERS Chairman -- Phoenix 5AM J. HEAD H. C DOB3ON Vice-Chair.--Mesa MRS. GUS LOPEZ JAMESF.BYRNB Yum» MRS. S. SAtTNDERS . Phocnut . F.W.F1CKETT Tucson EF.VICKERS DouglM Under the A r i z o n a Workman's Compensation Act, awardi to injured workers -- and death benefits to their families -- are made by the Arizona Industrial Commission. Because the benefits payable under the present Act far exceed those of any other state in the nation -- with __ maximum benefits up to $650 a mojtith to injured workers plus FULL medical and hospital expenses-- and NO MAXIMUM LIMIT placed on death benefits, two drastic problems now confront Arizona: (1) our Industrial Commission report issued in 1949 shows a loss of $1,200,000.00* (2) because of prohibitive insurance premium rates, many industrial firms have admittedly by-passed Arizona when seeking plant sites. The Industrial Commission's own actuaries have stated that to keep ' the benefit fund solvent, it was the "first duty" of the Cpmmisiionto seek reasonable limitations'upoo benefits payable. Actuaries warn that without such limitations, the day may come when there will be NO money available to pay injured workers, or families of deceased workers. The Legislature has no power to change the compensation benefits. ONLY THE PEOPLE OF ARIZONA CAN MAKE THESE CHANGES. Therefore, Amendment 308 YES is on the ballot so all Arizona citizens can show their willingness to protect the fund that protects Arizona worker! ... and to open the door to industry afld the jobs that industry can provide. Remember, this initiative measure, 308 YES, in no way affects the FULL PAYMENT of any injured worker'* hospital and doctor bills. You ncftd h»V6 ftp fear about tnt fairness of the maximum limit* "308 YES" pUcat en benefits payable: Arizona would still be th« most generous state in the nation! MORE JOBS FOR MORE PEOPLE-VOTE 308 YES ARIZONA WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION COMMITTEE - P. O. lex JMI, Pho«n!x. . A. J, tttm, T«m»t, Chairmen) Vtrnon Foitir, Phoinlxi O««f(« Noj«l, Wlnilow; Gtorgt Picktring, Yumoi Jock Proctor, Tutien.

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