Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 3, 1950 · Page 22
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Grain Market Booms Upward CHICAGO, Nov. 3. (IP)--A long list of new highs was rung up by various grain contracts in a boom ing market on the board of trade New York Stock List today. The market surged forward sharplv during the morning. In the latter part of the session it had to · absorb · heavy profit-taking which caused some retreat from best price. All corn, oats and soj'bean deliveries made new seasonal highs as did May.lard and July rye. Commiss'ion house buying was conspicuous on the advance. Brokers attributed the upsurge to a Jess favorable war news from Korea, plus the continued light offerings of all cash grains by farmers. Wheat closed !%-!% higher, December $2.26%-%; corn was 3% 3% higher, December $1.59%; oats were l%-2% higher, December SS%-%: rye was %-!% higher, December-51.48%-%: soybeans were 3% to 5 cents, higher, November $2.71%-S2.72, 'and lard was 10 to 27 cents a hundred pounds higher, November $12.55. CHICAGO Nov. 3. W) Open High Wheat . 2,2614-.%-. '.-T . 2.3114 2-32 . 2.31 ·Low Close TJec. Mar. Mai- July Dec. Mar. May July Dec. Mar. May July Dec. May July Nov. Jan. Mar. May July Nov. Dec. Jan. Mar. May 2.22% Corn 1.63% 1.64% 1.64T. Oati .8614-8711 ,88'i .86% .88% .B3%-84ii .8514 .81% . 1.SR4 . 1.8014 2.38% 2J31H4 2,30% 2.21 1.5614 l.SOli 2.26142.31 1,4- 2.21%-% 1.591,1 1.62% !.63!4-% , .8014. . 1.48-«14 . 1.5414-Ta 1.571,4-58 Rye 1.49% 1.60% 1.63%-y, .86% .8814-% .86% .88?. .63% .851'«-l4 .soii -sni l,471i I.48i/4-li 1.58Ji. 1.57% 1.54?; 1.58% Abbott L 13 43 D VB Acme Stl 25=4 Adams Exp 6 23!4 A Admiral CP 21 :8 D 14 Air Keduct Alaska Jun Aldens Alleghajiy CP 28 25% D · 4 2% Erie KB Eversharp F Fairb Mor Federal D Str Firestone Firth Cpt Allcshany Pf 3 761i A % Alles L SU Allied Mills Allied Strs Allls Chal Am Ag Ch Am Airlines Am BK oNte Am Broadcast Am Cbl Sc Rad Am Can Am Car Sc P Am Cyan Am For Pw Am Gas El Am Home Pd Am Loco A y,;Fllntkote Florida Pw 14 36% A % 1 11 243 5 46 4 31 -7 35 981/4 D 6 30% D 14 34 69H D 12 24 14 ,50% A ',i 16 31 H. A ',i 25 lei! D li 39% AJlii 50 D 14 1114 16% 12% D % Follans Stl Food Mach Freeport Sul Frueh Tra G Galr (Rob) Gar Wood Ind Gaylord Cont Gen Am Tran Gen Sak Gen Cable Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Mills Gen Motors 3 Gen Pub Ut. 17 12% D % 4 45 A 7 41i A 1,1 12 70% A % 16 1411 A % 2614 A 17!» A 18% D 15 4 Am K Fdy S 13% Am Metal Am PW LT 24 Am Had St S 53 24 44 Alii Am Rad StS PF .10 176 ia!4 A 11 135; Am Saf Raz Am Seating Am Stl Fd Am Sugar 15 7 13 11 2 B D Jo 4614 5414 A 14 A 11; 4 31% A.% I 75!i D « 12 27% D % 9 10-?j D li! 5 4% 7 221/4 A 'A S 53 [ 4 10','4 A % lec Norf West No Am Avia No Amer Co No Nat Gas Nor Fac Nor Sto Pow Northw Alrl 12% D : 4914 A 14% D li mi 30% D H 25% 31- Ohio Edison Ohio Oil Oliver Corp Omnibus Otis Elev Owens HI Gl I Pac Gas £1 Pac Light Pac Mills Pac Tin Con Packard M 142 3 4 7 % A 1 4 7 57% A lilPanh PR Am Tel Tel 47 1515! - - 'P Ui'i A 5i|Gri Am Tobacco Am Viscose Am Woolen Am Zinc Anacon Cop And ?ri Oil Armco SU Armour Co Assd Dry G Atchison Atl Cst Line All Refln Atlas CP Avco Mfg A 14 33 SB 9 1031: ?! ^ £ ' h j Greyhound " "? ? ?· Grum Airc i D 1'4 Gen Real 4: Ut 10 7% D : Gen Shoe Gen S Cas Pf HMette Gimbel Bros Glidden Goebel Brew Goodrich Goodyear Grab aPige ·ar.by Min Gt N Ir Ore Gt Nor Ry Pf Gt West SUE 51% A %|Param Pict 1G% Park Utah 2 34 A H .90 12014 5 49 . A Vs 50 13 li Al 13 27% A =4 2 5% A % 8 111 20 59H D S7 3 12 37 10 23 V, 814 D li 1514 A IS 43 D li 18% A V, 351i D 14 3414 D 11 56% A 14 B Bald Loco Bait Ohio Bait Ohio pf Barber Oil Barker Bros Beatrice Fds 3cndix Avia Jendix Horn Ap Jenguet Mnfi Best Co Best Fds Beth Steel 31ee San Blaw Krjozt 9 18)4 5 124 9 136 9 55 10 14 11 '19 7 2 37 1 Alii A li 7114 24 7',4 D 54 13 D -1 14!', D 14 3011 18% A U 31 !i D % 47 Al 14!J Hi Airc En 10 31% D · Guantan Sug 1 8% A % Gulf Mob O 43 17% D li Pittston Co 35 78 A % Plymouth Oil Press SU Car Proct Sc Gam Halliburton 14 31 D 14 p u b Sv E G Harb Walker 11 28% A li publick to Hayes Mfg 8 614 !p u llman Hilton Hot, 6 13% D' 1,4 p u re Oil Holland Furn 11 2311 A lijpurity Bk 38 Parke Dav Patino Min 29 7 11 10 104 14 ; Penney (3 O 8 68 Penn Dix Cem' 5 Penn Pw as Lt 7 Penn RR 48 Pepsi Cola . 49 Petrol Cp 4 Pfeiffer Br Phelps" Dod 27 23% D it 59 40 A V. 13 25 6 12 8 33!i D 14 17 7214 Al 25 32 7 5014 A ',', 3 3914 D H 162 4% A % 31', A V, 9 7',4 201', D % 2% D It 39 A % i A i.i A T, 2314 A V» 25% A W 18% A li 9" D 1/4 1614 D 1/4 20% 25 ,58% A Va Phila Elec 10 27 D Phil Rd CI 8 1511 D la Phllco . 13 43 D V, Philip Mor 13 56% D ',« Phillips Pet 80 72 .D V, Pit Plate Gl 18 38% D 11 Pit Scr B ! ay, A " 18 11 43 A te 1151 D V. 70 '/a A ',5 22 A ',1 22',i D ',', Public Records CITY COURT Paul J, Cclla, Maolitratt Jesse N. Fisher, five parking citations, »15 bond forfeited. Oliver Johnson, four parkinz citations, J10.50 bond forfeited. Lawrence PIschke, eight parking cita- tlons, *21 bond forfeited. Joe Domingus.- four parking citations, $lo.!io bond forfeited. St. John Bradley, battery, continued to Nov. 4. Claude West, battery. *100 bond, case continued. Ernest O. Roberts, reckless driving,, leaving accident scene, continued to Nov. 8. Stanley A. Greenberg, speeding, failure to appear on citation, $10 or five days, Willie C. Jackson, drunk, assault, continued to Nov. 9, Teresa M. whaley, simple assault, $30 and 10 days. William A. DeLonK, control of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, $50 and 10 days. James H. B, T. Williams, reckless driving,, $30 or 15 days, »100 appeal bond posted. Alvin Webber, escape, $10 or 10 days, plus unexpired term. JUSTICE COURT James M. Howiare, Precinct 1 Cfark H, Johnson, Precinct 2 Margaro Castro, simple battery, failure to provide :tor minor children. $15 or 10 days on first count. 30 days on second. Edward. Knops. failure to make boulevard stop' Sit or 5 days.' Walter William Fowler second degree burglary. $l,t'00, continued to Nov. 8, Ismael Corrales, possession o;[ narcotic drugs,- continued to Nov. 28. Ralph Sharpies, failure to make a boule-, vard stop, $5 or 5 days, I William MeGalliard, r.eglect of wife, desertion, case dismissed. Cecil $1.000 hoi Late Sales Kill***** Marke t 's Rise Stocks--Firm; motors in demand. Bonds--Quiet; changes narrow. Cotton--Higher; trade buying and covering. Wheat--Firm; aided by strength in other cereals. Corn--Strong; small cash receipts. Oats--Strong; active short-covering. Hogs--Mostly 15 to 35 cents lower; top $19.15. Cattle--Steady to weak; choice absent. NEW YORK, Nov. 3. (P)--A dash of selling late today upset a rising stock market. A majority of small gains were cut down or wiped out and the market closed with a thorough mixture of advances and declines. Changes were limited to less than SI a share for the most part. Trading picked up a little speed in 'the late selling but the dayj DOW JONES AVERAGES Closing ·veraoei furnished by Do* Jon 1 Co. throuuh E. F. Hutton Co.. me bin of thi New York Stock Exchange. Ina. Rain Utll. StcK. 30 2C 15 65 THURSDAY 221-2 5 e6 - 84 w - 35 s1 ' 61 228-10 68.67 40.44 81.15 Foreign Exchange NEW YORK, Nov. 3. W-ForeiRn exchange rates follow (Great Britain in dollars, others In cents): Canadian dollar in Now York open mar- Ket 4'/ 4 per cent discount or 9575 V s cents, up '/, of a cent. ' ' Europe: Great Britain (pound) $2.80J£ unchanged. Great Britain 30-day futures 2.8031, unchanged. Great Britain 90-day futures 1.80 15/16 oif 1/16 of a cent, Belgium ffranc) Lssji, unchanged France (franc) ,KV, of a cent, unchanged. Holland (guilder) 26.26, off .OS of a cent Italy (lira) .lev, of a cent, unchanged' Portugal (escudo) 3.50,. unchanged. Sweden (krona) 19.37, unchanged. _Switzerland (franc) (free) 22.37, up .01 Homestake Houd Hersh Househ Fin Houston Oil 19 4614 44 42V 5 29? i. case dismissed. , ·, -, ct\n nnn char-psl 0 ' a cent, ' ' Calender, first degree burglary, j volume at around 1,600,000 Shares America: Argentina (free) 745 un .nd. hela for superior court. wa s Still On the skimpy Side. (changed, -"-rgenuna u«e) 7,45, un-- A i . t n otAoVc: \vpr» nut down dras- Brazil ffreel s.5fl i,nr.hn M ro,i 56i. A2", Howe Sound. Hud Bay M Hudson Mot Hupp Corp D -li 341i D !i 52=4 D '/2 40U D H 50 A V, IP.i D }i 314 lll Cent 32xd4« J ,i D ',4 .. .... 2.73-731i . . . , 2.7«i .. 2.75%-76il . 2.17 ..12.62 , .14.40 ,.14.50 ..14.67 ..15 JO 2.78 2.8Hi 2.83 .2.83 tard 12.57 14.55 M.60 · 14.80 15.05 2.72H 2.74!i 2.75 3 ,4 2.7614 12.55 14.30 14.40 14.65 14.90 2 77!4-78! HOr £ Warn 2.7814-791 3rW K Brass 279 V 4 iBriggsMfg I Bristol My JBklyn Un Gas i Brown Sc Bg BucyErie Budd Co Burl iMUls Burr Add M Butler Bros Butte Cop CHICAGO, Nov. 3. OT--Although per-1 ( formance was moderately active in the hog! Callahan Z trade today, prices dropped 15 to 35 cents Calum Hec a hundred pounds. Cattle and sheep were Can Dry mostly steady to weak. 12.5S 14.40 14.47-50 14.75-77 14.95 Livestock 44 D =4 30 A Is 15=1 D 11 131i D i« 33% A !b 15« B V, 5!li A 65',4 A y, 12)4 D i,5 30?i D li 27 D H 36 'A '/t 12%'D li 1755 17 A 24 23!S D V, Indust Ray Inland Stl Inspir Cop Interlake Ir Int Bus Me Int Harv 48 Int Nick .32 Int Paper 45 Int Shoe x 4 Int Silver 1 Int Tel Tel 99 Interest D Str II 23 32ik A V SOii A 53% A % Radio Cp Radio K O Raybest Man Rem Rand Reo Motors Repub Avia Repub PIct Hepub Stl 102 1.1 2 33 7 10 7 17', ssi 141 Iff! 13 3? 27 42=, A ·*,', A 1,4 A D Vs D 11 A ?! Revere C B 30 301 Rexall Drug 117 «« A H Richfield O 14 45 A U Rob Fulton 13 17!i D 11 SUPERIOR COURT J. Mercer Johnson,. Olvlilon 1 Lee Garrett, Division 2 Bert Pletcher et ux vs. Sabino Canyon Estates, Inc., complaint for forecloscre of mortgage. T. H. Zimmerman et ux vs. William. M. Curry, judgment to plaintiff. B. A. Smith et ux vs. Nels Lillegaard, dismissed, DIVORCES Esther Dunlap vs. Harry Punlap, complaint. Ivy Dwyer vs. Harry K. Dwyer, com- 13.4714 A 49 ISii D 18 35 33% A 14|st Reg Pap 30 45i/a A li I Savage Arms llxd Safeway St St Jos Lend 31!i A 14 st L San F 42 D V, Mil Intertyp Schenley Ind Seab Al RR 12 3 ,i D 14iSeab Finan 27?a A %!ScarsRoeb 3014 A ? 4 IServel Shnm.0 G G G 10 3B?, D ,t 4514 D 1/4 16% 10 !t D H 18 35 A i Auto stocks were cut. down tically in the afternoon- but .almost i immediately bounced back and finished with most of their earlier gains intact. Chrysler finished 87 cents a share higher at $76.50. Also backing down were Bethlehem Steel, Jones Laughlin, Douglas Aircraft, Philco, Radio Corp., International Telephone, American Can N. Y Central, Baltimore George F. Fltzcarrold vs. Arlsne M. Fitz- garrold, complaint. Leon A. Staley vs. Lottie P. StaSey, complaint, Carolyn Grice vs. Charles A. Grice, de- ree. Mary Ziegler Fox vs. Bet-trend Fox, de- Ohio, Chesapeake Johns-Manville. Ohio, and Holding up a little better were U S Rubber, Allis-Chalmers, Ken-j necott Copper, Allied Chemical, Dow Chemical, du Pont, Patmoj Brazil (free) 5.50, unchanged, Mexico 11.57, unchanged. Venezuela (Bolivar) 30.08, up .01 of a cent. Far East Hong Kong dollar 17,45 unchanged. ' ' Dividends NEW YORK. Nov. 3. . . . ectors of Alleghany Corp. declared a $2.50 dividend on. prior preferred convertible stock, pay.) able Dec. 20 to holders of. record Dec. 1. The dividend was stated to be payable' out of net earnings to be applied on" outstanding arrearages. This is the first payment declared on the stock, on which dividends have accumulated at $2.50 a share each year from Oct. 1, 1934, the company has made substantial reacquisitions both of the prior preferred and series 'A' preferred. Feature Bonds NEW YORK, Nov. 3. (/P)--The bond market picked up a little activity in late trading today after a slow start. The demand, however, was not widely distributed through the list. Interest was centered on a number of selected railroad issues. Most prices moved in a. narrow range with advances outnumbering declines by small margin. a comparatively ·There were a few exceptions to the narrow price changes near the fi c e r'of the'air materiel command, start of the final hour with Central sa itf definite contracts would be negotiated by Jan. 1. Henry Ford II, president of .the motor firm,, said production" was expected to get under way in about- 18 months. s ahead around two Great Northern 2% of Georgia points and down a point at one time., Of interest to investors' was an announcement by Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. that it .would open bids on a proposed ne issue of $20,000,000 first mortgage bonds on Nov. 14. The date originally had been set for Nov. 13. The company also filed an amend' ment ' wirh the securities and exchange commission increasing l.he sinking fund on the new bonds to 1% per cent annually beginning May 1, 1954. The sinking fund on the bonds, which will be due in 1975, originally was set at 1% per cent annually in the first three years and 1% per cent thereafter. Advancing on the domestic list were Santa Fe 4s, Bethlehem Steel 2%s of 1970 and Lehigh Valley Declines included New York Central 4s, Boston and Maine 4%s and Jhicago and Eastern Illinois in- Metal Marfeet NEW YORK, Nov. 3. W)-- Spot , nonfer- rpus metal prices today: Copper 24 ] ,i cent* a pound, Connecticut valley. Lead 17 cents a pound, New York. Zinc. cents! Sallg Citizen . 22 Friday Evening, Nov. », USD Ford Gets Tucker Plant In Chicago CHICAGO, Nov. 3. (U.R)--The Ford; Motor Co., has signed -air, force: letter contracts authorizing it to take over a huge surplus war plant used by Dodge during World War II and later by Preston Tucker in his ill-fated attempt to build a new automobile. · Ford will use the plant to build engines for B-36 planes. Brig. Gen. P. W. Smith, chief procurement of- Lumber Mills Building $50,000 Heating Plant McNARY, Nov. 3, '(£")--Construc- tion of a $50,000 steam heating system-has been started here by Southwest Lumber Mills, Inc. The system will serve the roundhouse, fire station and offices and. stores owned by the company. Completion is expected by Dec. 20. 11V. A D J4 Robert T Barnes vs. Amy Lou Ban . a,c close of · last year there werejNew York. , . !a pound. East St. Louis. Tin 1.32 a pound, Johns Man Jones L Receipts o£ live hogs over night, estimated at 9.000; were 2,000 higher than th trade was prepared for. Consequently mos b«rrows and silts brought 118.25 to 119.0 and » top of 119.15. paid sparingly, sow took 116.00 to S18.50. A few sn-.al] lots'of medium to low-goo ·laughter steers and heirerj sold fror »J5.50 to $29.00 and odd head of good am choice led steers took S31.00 to $33.00. Gooi cows topped at 133.50 and veolers at $34.50. Salable hogs 9,00* 15-35 cents lower 01 butchers: sows mostly 25 cents off: to; 19.15: good and choice 170-300 Ib. 18.75-19.00 Itrw lots 150-160 Ib. 18^5-18.75; sows 400 Ib tnd under mostly 17,75-lBJO;' 400-600 Ib H.01M7.75. Salable cattle 1,200; salable calves 200 slow cleanup trade; slaughter classes stead to weak; except few choice vealers 50 cents higher; medium to low-good slaughte steers and heifers 25.50-29.00; good ant choice fed steers 31.00-33.00; common and m-dium beef cows 20.00-22.00: few goot cows around 23.50; most canners and cutte: 15.00-1B.75; medium ana good sausage bulls 24.50-27.00; vealers 34.50 down. 14H D I'slJoy Mfg 13(4 D li! I 6'.4 j Kan City Sou . SKarj Pow Lt , Kennecott ,,,, Kern C Land , £ K T , I!; KressefSS) KANSAS CITY. Nov. 3. W-- (USDA)-Cattle salable 150: salves salable 50: prices little changed In a fairly active clean-up trade: not enough of any class available fo adequate test of market. Hogs salable 1,500; fairly, active, 25-511 lower, most 25-35 lower; top and bulk good and choice 180-300 Ibs. 18.50; few late 18.25 weights under IflO Ibs. scarce; sows arounc 25 lower at 17.00-18.00; stags 16.00 and down LOS' ANGHXS. Nov. 3. W)--(FSMN)-- Ottle salable 200; supply mostly cows ff;w cannffr to common kinds about steady bids weakc; on others; common cows 19.7321.00; medium and good held above 23.00 canners and cutters 17.00-19.50. Calves salable 25; nominal. Hogs salable none. Cotton YORK, Nov. 3. W)--Cotton futures wtre iteady today, as trade buying and hort covering met scale-up hedging. Some buying was Simulated by private advices that mill demand for spot cotton continued good for both nearby and forward deliveries. Oh« additional private sjnTey placed the 1950 cotton crop at approximately 10.100,000 balei, or. about 230,000 bales above the gqvtmment's October estimate of 9,869,000 balu. Revisloni In cotton export allocations an nounetd by the Dept. ol Agriculture had no - effect on futures in as'much as the overall export quota was not changed. Traders looked lor a boost In the quota 11 the gov. emment's crop forecast November a Is higher. to be issued on Late afternoon prices were 60 cents to $1.45 a bale higher than the previous close. Bee. 40.26, March 40.M and May 39.80. Futures closed 75- cents to S1.75 a bale higher than the previous close. t -High Low Close Dec 40.34 40.04 40.32 March 40.25 39.95 40.18-22 May 39.90 3348 39.83 July 39.39 39.03 39.30 Oct. 35.83' 35.59 35.75 D e c - ' , , . . . 3S.56 35.35 35I45N March 35.41 35.33 35.36N Middling spot 41.25N, up 42. (N-Nominal.) W E A T H E R Forecast for Tucson and . vicinity: Variable high cloudiness. Windy locally tonight and Saturday. Cooler Saturday. Highest temp, yesterday 83 Highest temp, year ago : 84 High record this date (1910) S3 Low temp, yesterday I.ow temp, year ago 47 Low record this date (1946) ."..,... 35 Mean temp, yesterday '... SS Mean temp, year ago 66 Normal temp, this, 1 date ., 62 Humidity 5:30 pjn. yesterday 22 5:30 a.m. today 46 Moonrlse.. Moonset.. 1:55 p.m. Sunrise..,. 6:42p.m. Sunset.... 5:33p.m. Data for 24 hours ending at 5:30 a.m, (Tucion time), Albugu«rqu« , Clear E10 Atlanta Cloudy Biiilngf Clear BUmarck Clear Boiit Pt.Cldy Boston ......... Showers Canad '. Cairo P L Cai;e (JI) Ca'lerpU Tr9 Celanese Celotex Cen SW Cer D Pas Cert-Teed Ches Ohio Chicago Cp Ch M SpP Ch M Spi-P pf II Chi Pn Tool 3 Chi Rl Pac 19 Childs Co 10 Chrysler 2 CIT Finan Clove El nl Climax Mo Clinton Fd Cluett Peab Coca- Cola Colg Palm Collins Aik Colo F Ir Col Gas ' Col Pict Coml Cred 1 41 427',, D 107 44Vii D 5 28 3 ,i 5 61 i sfi$% 5 ' VcSoV *~ o 11 39% A 3 5K'* 70 D Sharon Steel Shell Oil jStmrr.ons Co Sinclair Oil ,, jsmith (A O) D ;?!SoconyVac D l * 51 51',i D : 4511 D ' 3714 A · 14?i A li, 1314 A li 24?i D U 1414 311« D =,i, 12?j A 1,4 13!', D ?! 39% A U 35 4M1 D H ff!i A ',i 7514 A % 4714 A H 41'i D 14 24% D !i 34 A 14 2814 Laclede Gas Lambert LehiCh CiN Lch Port C Lch Val Coal Lshman Corp Lerner Str Lib O F Class Lib McJf S: L e : My Lima Ham Lion Oil Liquid Carb Lockh Airc Loew's tnc Lone St Cem Lorillard Lou Sc Nash Lowenstein 1 I 13" 2 11 8 a 7 1 37 12 16 11 30 3. 12 IB 2 .75 3 ,4 A ^jSunrayOil So P Rico Sug Sou Cal Edison Southern Co South Pac South Jty Sparks Wltti Sperry Spiegel Stand Brands Std G E S4 pf Stand Oil Calif Stand Oil Ind Stand Oil N J Stand Oil Ohio Stand St SPK Stevens (J P) 13 5 13 4 3114 D 14 81 JSVa A '.', 5 3114 D 14 167 24 A H 7 21 4 decree. Blanche Petersen Martin vs, Nello Martin, decree. sy. D 14 221.4 D =i 85i D !', 4714 D }4 6014 A ! .i m; D 14 34',4 D H 811 8214 A 14 9% D li 3914 A li Stew Warn 16?4 A !4'Stoke V a n C 3114 A njstor.eweb 1614 D !'4{Studebaker. 8 A 14 4611 D 14 33i,i 1114 A '/, 53% D 14 421', 6T« A li 201/B A % 1115 14 23',!, D li 39 65?4 D % M 16% A 'i 42 57=4 A V, 119 B7',4 Alii 18 32-li A « 18 25 3 40 D H 4 15 3 ,« D 14 1514 A 20 Si tt D '/« 25',i D 43!'4 49 15% D 14 G 12514 : ._ 14 45^4 A =1 12 191/4"- ·· 17 17% 41 121i D 1,1 3 12H 21 SOU D 60 201i A 11 Comiv Edis 31 27"/4 A 11 -Con Coppcrm Con Edis Cons N Gas Cons Vultee Consum Pw Container Cont, Can Cont Mot Cont Oil Copper Ting Corn Prod Crane Co Creamer Am Crown Cork Crown Zell Crucible Stl Cum Am Sug Cuijahy Pk Curtis Pub Curtlss Wr A 11 172 5% A 14 68 30% A 6 46 A 27 1434 D H 35 I 29 17 17 11','t D 16 II A 15 6614 D 8 25!i 6 301: · 5914 A 35?i i. D V. Ve A 14 20 431/4 A 3/4 1 30% A 1,1 2 18% A li 7 25 197 Dayt P 4 L Deere Co Del Hud Del Lack i T Den -Rgw Det Edis Dist Cp Seag Dome Mines Doug Airc Dow Chcm Dresser Ind Eagle Pich East Air L lastm Kod Mfg Ekco Pr 30!i A : 5714 D 14 40% A % 341i D % 23 25% A % 14 D 14 1914 B E9 Al A 34 M Mack Trucks Macy (RH) Magmf. Cop Magnavox Marac Oil Marine Mid Marsh Field Martin (GL) Master El May Dept Str Maytag 2 34% D % ' 8 1414 5 32 D 14 12 27»i A li 18 15% D ?! 814 D '.', STi A 28% 14?i D 14 Mclntyr P R McLell Str Mead Corp Miami Cop Mid Cont Pet Middle S m Minn 'Honeyw Minn Mol Mission Cp Mission Dv Mo Kan Tex 14 6 1514 A 1/4 ,. I SI A 4 say, A li 4 10 2 28 34 17 12 3 - 62',i D 14 13 38 7 ,i A 29 A 14 15% A It 45?i D li 17 D 3354 D 14 D I'o i A V, Mo Kan Tex Pf 49 40!i D Vi Mo Pac P£ Monsan Chem. 35 Mong Ward Motor Pd Mot Wheel Motorola Mullins Mfg Murray Cp S 814 D V, 20 62. D ',4 3 33',i · 33 27% A ',« 50 t) 1,4 Sunshine Biscuit 1 55% A % Sunshine Mn 3 Swift Co Swlf t Intl Sylv El Pd Sym Gould 1 Texas Co Tex Gulf Prod Tex Gulf Sul Tex Pac L Tr Textron Thompson Pd Tide Wg As Timk net Ax Tlrok 11 Bear Trans W Air Transamer Trl Cont Cp · Twenty C Fox C Union Bag ¥ U;i Carbide Un Oil cal Un Pac Unit Air Lin Unit Airc Unit Bisc United Corp Unit Fruit Unit Gas Cp Unit TuM US Crypsunt U S Rubber 9% A 38% D li 1 131,4 IS 23?i D 14 23 9% D li 63 77 Al 10 21% D 14 12 84 A % 5 Silt D ',4 '1414 D '.4 6854 A »4 3214 A 14 1814 D V, 41 A % 1711 A 14 1614 A 1.4 !0',4 A ',« 2211 D MARRIAGE LICENSES Belle D. Hall, Clerk Rafael Ontomo Cardenas, 23. Tucson, and Ida Finley, 21, Tucson. Soy L. Jordan, 30,' Fairfleld, Okla., and Pauline Johnson, 34, Wichita Falls, Tex. Peter J. Lombard!, 31. Hollywood, and Caroline Jean Nelson, 23, Hollywood. Morris E. Mitchell Jr., 23, Minneapolis, Minn,, and Mary Ellen Fan-ell, lecal age* 'ucson, William Finley. 50, Tucson, ami Lucy M. Mimms, 31, Tucson. BIRTHS St. Mary'j Hojpltal Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nanez, 930 S.' Eighth ave., a girl at 4:20 p.m. Nov. 2. . Born to Mr. end Mrs. Charles I*. Blanchard, 941 E. Drachman st,, a girl at ll!35 pjn. Nov. 2. Born -to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Miller, 5 Poio village, a girl at 3:53 a.m. Nov. 3. Tvcton Medical Center Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan .W. HoweU, 3112 E. Lee St., a girl at 6:44 a.m. Nov. 2. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T, Callahan. 514 E, Yavapai, a boy at 5:20 pjn. Nov. 2. Texas Co. Amprican Woolen, General!outstanding in the hands of the public! Lead futures closed -0 higher. Dec. 17.30 fvr-T) and' 37 - 1 " *!»««· °l Prior preferred on whlchibld: Mar. 17.15 bid. " " junpaid dividend accumulations were $l,417,-i Domesti: zinc futures closed unchanged Electric, Standard Oil . . Down in the curb were Banuin Steel, Canadian Marconi, Kaiser- iPrazer, and Neptune Meter. Slant- line ahead were" American Repub- i . ° __ . · ^ . · __ · /i. .T, nv * A^lantin !,,- I1CS 3554 A 11 48 A % 3011 A % 1614 1TT S Smelt 21ft A {, ITT S S teel «9 soli A 54 2 28 24 8 35% A 3 1454 D !' 18% 1514 D '/a 4511 A % |I Auto ILte « 4414 D 14 21% A %NewmontM fleet Boat EWott Co El Paso N Gas 10 23% Emer El M 9 1814 D 54 Emer Ha* P 19 Nash Kelv N* Auto F Nat Aviat Nat Bfsc | Nat Can 1 Nat Cash Reg JNat City Lin Nat Cont Nat Dairy Pd Nat Dept Str Nat Distill Nat Gypsum Nat Lead Nat Steel Nat Sup Newberry (J J) New Ens El K "I V-W 28 18% [Va-ElPw 31 6 18 . D 14 [Warner Pict 43 S 48 22 3 31 17 6 22 12 72 18 18 110 Al 24 48% A 14 521V Dl ·41% D ,', Unlisted Securities Published by the NASD A» of' Noon, New York Time BANKS and TRUST COMPANIES Bank of Douglas (S2.50) 59 63 First National Bank ($1.50) 31 Phoenix Title Trust Co. ($8).. ISO Valley National Bank (S.TO) .... 15 16 U T I L I T I E S Arizona Edison ($1) ' 17 IS Central Arizona Light ($.80) .... 1114 121! Mississippi Hivcr Fuel ($2) 32 32% Public Service N. M, (SI) .1514 16H Southern Union Gas ($.80) 1914 20 J ,: Texas East. Transmission (SI).;. 1614 1714 Tucson Gas Licht ($1.40)- 1S% 21 (4 INVESTMENT TRUSTS Sugar, Eastern Gas Fuel, Louisiana Land, Venezuelan Petroleum, and Standard Power' Light. Dividends Creole Petroleum Corp., affiliate of Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey) today declared a dividend of $1, payable December 8 to holders of record November 17. Ihe company paid 90 cents in September nntJ 75 cents each in June and March. Cook Paint Varnish Co., declared a quarterly dividend of 25 cents and a yearend extra o f S2 on common shares, both payable Nov 3D, final day ol its fiscal year, to holders of record Nov. 13. A similar extra was paid in November, 1949. '. Dry Goods NEW YORK, Nov. 3. W--The cotton textile market was steady today. Sales.of print cloths and sheetings continued on a small scale. Government inquiries for -, -- ______ - - - - - -- - - ____ _____ ,- , Atlantic for the year to 14.50, the same as In . . . or $38,12',i a share. I to 15 lower, Nov. 27.50 nominal; J«n. (25.25 bid. Kern County Land Co. directors'declared c °PP«r futures Reds Hold Rockets Secret 'Since 1620', . WASHINGTON, -Nov.: 3. (UP.)-Moscow says rockets, were first made in Russia as early as 1620 "at least." Why hasn't the world known about this before? The Russians'said they didn't know .about, it themselves -until "materials" were found' in Russia, "recently."- Furthermore,,. they said, the materials were "secret." a quarterly dividend of, 75 cents and an extra of $1. both payable Dec. 5 to holders of record Nov. 15. This brings payments 28.00 bid. NEW YORK, Nov. 3: (ff)--Major (security and commodity exchanges 5°,?' drteclar , t!a ! throughout the United'States, with P .iuu. .^i.,, u.r.v^'.u i.i w ..ents and-.cxtra! ° , . . . of $1.50 on common shares, both payablejthe exception Of the various 11V6- DCC. 9 to holders oj record NOV. n. Prcvi-i stock and Savannah naval stores B Directors of Motor Wheel s quarterly dividend of 50 cei Chicago Butter CHICAGO, Nov. 3. _W)i-Butter '«t«»cjy: closK' M lower Mar receipts 453,120; wholesale selling price! closed 25 lower. Mar -| unch £ nged . 93 5Core AA ffl . 5 . M A 625: SO B 60,5; 83 C 58.5; cars:; 80 B «I'.Z5; »9 C 59.5. · . - Eggs weak; receipts »,833; -wholesale lell- in* prices unchanged to three- cent*.* dozen , lower; U. S. extras 54-55;, U, S. standard 37-41; current receipts 35; dirtlci 33; checks 30-31. * Live poultry: receipts 30 lands; f.o:b. ELECTION DAY CLOSINGS ous payments were 40 cents at quarterly intervals. In December, 1949, special dlvi- dends totaling SI a share were paid. markets, will be closed on Tuesday, Nov. 7, election day. 26-26.5; old roosters ducks 22. 6-18.5;" ducklings J8; Affiliated Fund Boston Fund Broad St. Investing Chemical Fund 21 198 94 Dl 14 ] Dividend Shares 171'4 D lajEaton Howard (balanced). 3H4 JEaton Howard, (stock) .... 31 ( A1 j Fundamental Investors ...u... 414'A 141 incorporated Investors 66% ' (Investment Co. of .America.. Mass. Investors Trust ........ Nat. Investors Nat. Securities (stock) Nat. Securities (speculative). Television Fund 19% A Va 14% A 14 16% A % 40 3454 D 2 754 12 42 D · 3 8% Empire D El 2nd John 1714 D 54 1 16% A % S 3014 A 14 Newpt N Ship N Y Central lOli D 14 48% A % 17% A 14 2514 1714 5214 46% A 14 19% D 1/4 3914 A Ti 11% 89 Al 31% D 1/4 N Y C h l s t L 6105 1614 D it NY NH Hart NY sta E G 10% D .1,4 2314 A 54 Wesson. OS W Xy Coal W Perm El Western Air L West Mary West Un Tel West Air Br West Elec Wheel Stl White Mot White Sew M Willys Over Wilson Co Wise El Pw Woolworth Wyand Wor r-z Young Spg W 3 Younsst ShT 15 19 D V 1314 A 29 A 23% 24% 9% . S4.36 . 21.86 . 18.48 . 17,52 , 1.65 . 28.83 , 19.97 , 16.79 , 27.30 29.51 , 10.80 11.74 , 31.35 33.89 10.60 11.46 5.40 -5.90 3.53 12,18 $4.72 23.63 19.98 18.91.80 30.82 21.35 18.40 3.86 13.20 3- 1614 A-1! 51 37% 35 317, A % 108 30 7 7 51 A ',, 54 8% 18 9 33% A % 30% D 3 ,i 21% A % 14% D 14 17% A 14 43 46H A 14 Zenith Rad 35% A 54 48% D la 18 5114 D « 4% New York Curb Alum Co Am 6614 65% Am Cit P Sc LB 214 214 Am Marac ,,.., 5 4% Superpow ,,,,, s/ig y x Aik N Gas 11 n 31ue Ridge 414 41', -an Marconi ,. 3% 3^:, -Ities Scrv 8414 8214 Claude Neon 434 4ii El Bond Sh 19% 18% 6615 4% 14 11 411 Buffalo Drizzle Casper ..Clear Charlotte Fog Chicago ...... Cloudy Cincinnati ...... Cloudy Cleveland ...... Showers Denver ..... Pt.Cldy Des Motn«4 --- Showers Detroit ...'... showers -El Psio Clear Plagjtaft Arta Pt.Cldy Ft. Worth ' Rain Cr'nd C'n'yn. A Cldy Indlanapolla . Cloudy Kansas City .... Rain Little Rock .... Rain Lot Aniele* .... Dust Memphis ..... Rain Miami. PU - Clei\r MUwauJce* Rain Minneapolis .... Cloudy UontreU .... Smoko New Orleaas .., Clear NIK York Cloudy Oklnhoma C3tr Rain Omaha Cloudy Phoenix Clear Pittsburgh -- Smoke Portland. M* ... Cloudy Portland. Or* Fog Heno -. Clear San L*k« City Cloudy St Louis ..- Clear San Antonio ... Cloudy San Diego .., dear San Francisco . Clear 5«attla ;...... 'Cloudy Spakan* Drizzle Tampa · rog : TUCSON ..... Pt.Cldy *Washlnxtoa..... Cloudy- S SW10 W 4 SB 1 N 11 83 NE 14 71 SW 12 41 SW S 81 W S 47 NE 12 67 .Calm 68 38 38, 79 55 43 25 38 22 57 45 50 .01 Equity CP . -·ord-M Can ... Jumble Oil ... Caiser Praz . Ixme Star G . ffldvale Tolybdsnum iiag Hud Pw ennroad Solar Airc ... 'echnico Wright Har .... 154 114 . 25K : ii/i6 XV, 147. 8=4 ISTi 1214 1411 201i 6', 25) 15 London Stocks LONDON Nov. 3. (/pt--The Pinancia Times daily index of London stocks today was 116.9, up O.2.. Calm NE 14 NE 3 N 14 N 14 N 7 NW 2 NE 18 N 40 59 N22 58 N N 91 60 Yuma...,,...,.. S tlddy 81 73 44 38 45 35 72 35 83 63 83 50 36 32 CO 55 5 65 43 9 73 42 2 53. 51 4 65 36 5 57' 39. S 3 57 34 N 27 86 SB S 3 88 64 E 20 78 63 SW 18 54 48 E 3 41 . 36 E 7 85 67 SW, 3 S3 48. Calm 83 53 N 24 60V32 NEJO S4 73 NE S NE .05 VS. Wtathtr Bureau Parole Board To Hear 'Petition Of Lifer FLORENCE, Nov. 3. (U.R)--ThL Arizona state board of pardons am paroles announced today it wil hold its regular monthly meeting at the Arizona state prison here Nov. 14. Board Chairman Walter Hofman ·will'hear was filed by Peflro Gon zales, a Mexican national sentenced to life imprisonment in 1929 for killing his wife at Prescott. Gonzales will, be returned to Mexico if the board authorizes his release. Hofman said. W 2 49 23 21 N 13 54 35 .04 NE 4 70 38 .01 NE 12 76 45 .. . E 20 87 41 N 25 73 46 .02 N 4 53 36 ..said one of the petitions the board NE 17 55 42 N 15 57 43 8 69 50 Death Term In Brawl Is Commuted To Life GLASGOW, Scotland, Nov. 3. The government commuted to life imprisonment today the death sentence of Claude Harris, 30, whose brother was hanged last Monday. , Claude, a former paratrooper, was to have been'hanged with'his Brother, Paul, 28, for the street jrawl,killing of George Dunleayy ast July.- 'But Paul said he aloha, svas responsible for the killing.and saved his brotlier's-life. ~ Cotton, Cattle Prices Record Sharp Increase PHOENIX, Nov. 3. (#--Prices received by Arizona ranchers and farmers for cotton and cattle during October had increased sharply from a year ago. Beef cattle averaged S24.50 a hundredweight, up from §18.50 a year earlier in the mid-Gctobsr based price survey. Veal calves wers at $28,50, compared with $21.50 in October of 1949. Cotton was 41.9 cents per pound for sliort staple varieties, compared with 28.6 a year.earlier. ! 2 File In Bankruptcy In Federal Court Here Two bankruptcy petitions -ivere filed, with the clerk of federal court this week. John William Strickland, an aircraft mechanic at Grand Central aircraft, filed petition for bankruptcy Oct. 30. He formerly operated the Strickland Shell service station, William and Leona Little, 3540 E. Bermuda, filed petition for bankruptcy Nov. 2. He was formerly an ice cream snd dairyman and also employed at Grand Central. Cotton Export Quotas Revised By Ag Dept. WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. (fff--Re- ·ised export quotas for American cotton have been, announced by the agriculture department. The quotas come under the order imiting shipments to. 2,146,000 Dales for' the eight-month, period ending next Mar. 31. The revisions include a previ- usly announced increase of 146,00 bales in the original export UJowance. France got the largest -share, 2,000 bales, from the 146,060-bale Increase in the quota. - Spotlight Stocks NEW YORK, Iv'ov. 3. price and n,et change of the fifteen most les, closing active stocks today:Motors . , , ' , . . . . Allls Chalm Mfg .. Jlahan Z-LD .... Chrysler Corp .... Curtlss Wright .... US SUel Pacific Tin Cons ,. Smi'Ji, ABM Carpet Con.-; Coppermin .. Socony Vac Canad Pacific 'aclcard Mot Atlantic Refln Stand Oil NJ Stand Gas Ei .. .33.300 51% U ?S ...24,900 39=i U2',i ...22,000 3 N ..21,300 T6 ! /a Mid 41?k 4?i ..19.700 ..18,700 .. 181300 ..17.300 .,17,200 ..a6,700 24 ..16,200 18 ,.14,200 3Vn ,13,600 71!'4 5% Tt D V* D /,, U 3 ,i U =b U /t U Vt V V« V ,i TTl'i COIlV'UWCU "-" r*J»v» -- ·- -- - , wool markets and awaited details of the government's-program to stockpile wools. The rsyon eoods market was slow. Converters were reported amply stocked wlthj goods. LEGAL NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 1233 J THE STORY OF TEN LITTLE FREE WORKERS THESE AHE THE WORKER* DOCTOR RAILROADER STEELUMER FARMER' tAttVER GROCER MlBOHK REPORTER- . WEST N TWO OF MAPS AND PLA^^-TPAGE AUCTION. Arizona. 03 the same appears of record in the oface of the County Recorder of Pima County, Arizona, in Book 2 of Maps and lats at page 18 thcreoi, be. and the same j, heresy vacated as a p-abllc a.ley. SECTION 2. That the lands constttutlnR the alley vacated by Section 1 of this Ordinance be sold, at public auction, to the SShest bidder provided that the Mayor and Council reserve the visht to reject any ^SECTION' 3. That the Mayor and City Clirk be. and they are. hereby author zed and directed to make, execute and deliver to the purchaser at said sale, a Quit-Claim Deed for the said lands, SECTION 4. That all Ordinances and parts of Ordinances in conflict with this Ordinance be, and the same arc, hereby repealed to the extent oJ any such conflict. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Tucson, this 23rd day of October, 1950. APPROVED this 23rd day of October. 05n HI 3. O. NIEMANN, . Mayor ATTEST: ; /s/ CARL M. HTTT, City Clerk. Publish; Nov. 1. 2. 3, ISM. ..12,500 87% Till', ..12,400 S',4 "U V ORDER NOW WINTER LAWNS Tucson Fertilizer Co. DIAL 5-1274 Grass Seeds--Lawn Milch Wf^ PHOTOSTAT PUBLIC RECORDS TUCSOM BLUEPRINT CO. 40 W. .Congress ACKLEY OPTICIAN 28 Years in Tucson . DIAL 3-8201 49 E. Jackson * N U T R I L I T E . Food Supplement HAM KEDDIE. Agent and Distrlbntor 1031 E. 6th, Tncson Dial 2-0083 / Broadcast Monday through Friday 9:40 a.m. Dial 1450--KOPO No. 14397 NOTICE Of H E A R I N G PETITION FOR PROBATE OF W I U U IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE STATE OF ARIZONA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIMA In the Matter of the Estate of HENR'Z C. [ MOSRIS, Deceased. Notice, is hereby given that : MARION LINDSEV MORRIS has filed In this court a certain Jocurcent purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Henry C. Morris, together with his petition praylns that said document be admitted to Brotote in tWs court as the Last Will and Testament of said Henry C. Morris who, said petitioner alleges, is deceased, and that letters testamentary issue thereon to said petitioner and that sarnie will be heard on Monday the 13th aar 'of November, A.D. 1350, at 9:30 o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said court, in the Court House, n the City of Tucson, County of Pima, state of Arizona, and nil persons Interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and. show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. BELLE D. HALL, (Seal) c 'e r]t Dated October 24, 1950. Pub.: Oct. 30, 31, Nov, 1, 1, ), 4, t, i. '. I, 1350. .' . Ten little /ree workers in this country fine and fair. But if you cherish your freedom--worier h«7e « care/ Tea little free workers--Beddy was doing fine Until the socialists got him--then there were nia«. -I itfe fre tame / 4 Nine little free woriers laughed at Reddy's fate Along came federal medicine--then there wett tight. Eight little free workers thought this country heaven But the government took over the raifroadx, then -(here w»t« tevtn. Seven little hee woikers--'tiil the miner* got in * fix. Uncle said coal's essential and took orer learing fix. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th«t or Wednesday, the 15th day of November. 1050 at the Pour of eleven o'clock In the forenoon of that day. at the main door pj the Ciiy Hal) in the City of Tucson, Pirns County. Arizona, 1 will. In pursuance of Ordinance No. 1224 of the Ordinances of the Mayor snd Council-of the City of Tucson, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder the following described parcel of told to-, wit- That certain alley situate between Lou 1 and 2 la Block 12 of American Villa Resubdivlslon, Ir. the City of Tucson. Ari- rona as the same appears of record in the office of the County Recorder of. Pima County, Arizona, in Book 3 of PJflpa and Plats at Page 10 thereof, which said parcel of land was vacated as D public nlley, under the provisions at taM Ordinance No 1224 above referred to. The Mayor and Council reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Dated this tth day of October. -1950. /«/ CARL M. HITT, (Seal) City Clerk Publish: Oct. ». 10. 11. IX 13. It -it. 17. IB It. 30, 21. 13. 24, 25, 26. 27. 28. 30. 31. Nov 1 ». 4. «V 7. B. 9. 10 11. U50. . Six little Iree workers tilt the day did arrivi TAe steel nulls, too, were tederaliied--^ttifn then WU9 fart. Five little free worierj--but the farmer* are free no mor» Tie faios have been collectivized--liat Jwe* only four. Four little free workers till the government did decree All must have free .legal 1 advice--then the» w»!t thre*. Three little /ree iroriert--the number fa. getting few, But with government Groceries selling food--thttt there w»i» two. Two little free vrotkers--our.story'x ahnorf done, With clerks at wort in federal store*-ii«t Itart* oa/y on*.. One little free worker--he reporter *on-of*gua Musln'f criticize government--«o now there «r» nofl*. MORTGAGE LOANS An Sizes * Kindi. Lowest Rate*! Prompt Service! Murphey Realty Mortgage Co, MORTGAGE SPECIALISTS WO N. Ston. Ectabltabed I8W Pbona Z-2895 Ten h'ttle workers--but they we no longer Jre» They work when and wiere ordered, and.af a fi»d rate you *·«, And it all couJd .have been prevented if they'd ordy «wn tit to »gr«« And worl together instead of saying "it aerer can happen to me/* The TUCSON GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHT i POWER CO. "Your Local Utility Directed by ftcsoft Businessmen."

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