Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 4, 1950 · Page 12
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Bond Market Tracfe Quiet ."NEW YORK, Nov. 4. (JF-- Bond market 'prices stayed pretty close to' previous -levels in quiet trad* 1 today. A few rails rslipped: 'small ·fractions while others' hardened, a bit 'under light, demand. Utilities- were 'mostly higher .·while industrials barely .budged from 'Friday's last prices. Leaning to the_ offside \ve,re American Telephone 3%s, Baltimore Ohio 4s, Central of 'New. Jersey 3%s,'St. Paul 4 ] 4s,;, Rio; Grande Western. 2s, Illinois Central". 4 Katy adjustment 5s, New Orleans; Texas Mexico 5VsS and New York Central -4i«s. ! ' . A little higher. most- of the time ·were Norfolk Western 4s. "Northern States Power 2«4s, Pacific Gas 3s, Ohio Edison 3s, Pennsylvania Rail road convertible 2 and Phillips Petroleum U. S. governments were inactive as is usual on Saturday. V '· Brazilian 39is series '-11 rose 2 points to, T3 on sale of 'five bonds. Chile Gs were 2, higher at.ol. Other foreign bonds changed.. held about un- Public Records CITY COURT Paul J. Cella, Magistrate Lewis O. Han, possession of stolen property. $50 and 10 days. ' Gilbert N. Fraljo. assault with a deadly' weapon, held for Pima county. Charles D. Albcr, failure to make boulc- verd stop, $5 bond, forfeited, St. John Bradley, battery, 30 and 10 dayj. . * New York Stoek List Stocks: Lower; slow decline. Bonds: Mixed; selected utilities advance. Cotton: Higher; trade buying. Wheat: Steady; local traders bought. Gorn:JEasy, week-end profit-taking. . Oats: Steady; small receipts cash grain. Hogs: Nominally steady. Cattle: Nominally steady. Real Estate Transactions Park _Addn. Chester J. Porter and .wife to Prudential Insurance Co,, $8.350, L 2, 3 21, Linden Park Addn. ' ' : Samuel J, Sherrill and wile to Laruc HUls and wife, 58,500, part ot B 11, Now Deal Acres. Kichard H. Fountain" and wjfc to Chas. DeBauci Sr. 1 . 51,000, L 175, Los Ranchiios No. 4. Abbot- L Adama' Exp Admiral CP AJr Rcduct Aldens VHcghahy Cp Alleg L Stl Allied Chera Allied '' Strs Allis Chal Am Agr ,Ch Am Airlines Am Bk Note Am Broadcast Am Cbl. Had 13 . 6!i D li -9811, A · -J D · 631ii 13 · 214 22 n Falrb T\!or 3 23^ A i; Fajardo Sug 7 27'« D ^Federal D Str ' t 25i D '.iijFirestone 11 18'i D UlFlIntkotc 3 Florida Pw 36 D ?4,Folians Stl 4'.i D SB Food Mach 2 3914 D li'Freeport Sul Am Can Am" Car Am Cyan Am For PW 4 ' 42 393, 1 49?4 D V, 13 ll'.i D !i 4 1651'D '4 Am Gas tc' El 3 SOli D ',i Am Home PD Am Loco Am M Fdy Fruefl Tra G Gair (Rob) Gar. Wood Ind CJaylord Cor.t Gen Am Iran Gen Bak Gen Cable Gen Elect Gen Foods Gen Motors Gen'Pub Ut Real i.- Ut Am Avia No Arr.er Co Nor Pac Nor sta Pow ,, Northw Air] 44 Dl 23T. 4Hi 70U A 2G',i D i/i 17 D UJOhlo Edison 13!» D 32',i A Ohio Oil Oliver Corp "G 1 - A '4 Omnibus 271^ D ijotis Elev jOwens 111 Gl 10'b D 11 4 s ,i D I b i P a c G a s E l 2 22'i D ;j|Pac Light 3 507« D i/,'Pac Tin Con ' 53 ',01- D ijJiPacknrdM 29 !Ean Am W Alrw 27 P c n h P R 6 Param PIct Park Utah H ] « 17=1 25=i, D II 10?, · I0=; A »! 20»; D '! 381- D '.; 25 12 33'i -i 4 D y 32 SOU A 11 DEEDS ' I Lloyd D. Smith and - w i f e , to Prudential Deed and asslermom, Henry Freeman to Insurance Co., 57,040, L 4, B 20, C.indcn Harold Laz and wife, part of L 7, B . 55. ~ Coronaflo 'Heights, revenue stamps S',10. Deed and assignment, Everett S. Wolf ·and wife to« Harold Laz and wife, part of L -7, B 55, Coronado Heights, revenue stamps $1.10. - ' A" Deed and assignment, Walter E. Mur- ohey Jr. to Paul B. Macartney and wife, part of L 1, B l, Palo Vcrdo Addn. Gcorse E. Cowden to Anne E. Bruner. ^rt of. B 22, Country CJub Side, revenue stamps $6.05. I Quit claim deed. Blllle N, Armljo to Charles Edward Armijo. part of L .13, 14, B 63, Country Club Manor. John. A. Carney and wife to Samuel J. Shew-ill and wife, part oi B 11, New Deal Acres, revenue stamps 113.75. . . Larue Hills and wife to John A. Carney and wife, port o f . B 11, New Deal Acres, revenue, stamps $15.95. John Joseph Conner to Dclbert w. Taylor and wife, L 9. B H. North Campbell Estates, revenue stamps $2.20. · Thomas N. Husted and wife to Burton Dale' Carr and wife, part of Ls 19, 20. B 15, Feldman's Addn., revenue stamps $9.90. Gift deed. Juar.ita VUlesas dc Daartc Io 3 IG'.i 2 13% JGen S Cas Pf Am Metal 1 43ib D !b'Gillette- Am PW i LT 11 IS',. A 1. Glmbcl Bros Am Rad St S 12 13= s Glldden Am Saf Raz ·'. f V.t D iijcocbel Brew Am Seating . 2 46!. D '..'Goodrich Am' Smelt 3 631 3 D Hi Goodyear Am Stl Fd 7 3Z Icrah Paige .m Sugar 1 5d',2 ' ;Granby !Min .m Tel 4 Tel 10 151U D Ujct N Ir Ore Am Tobacco 5 68 let Nor By Pf "|Gt West SUE 10 an 5 48'A A SB 51 li A .. 8 16i D It Parlte Dav PotinolMIn i j ,i Penney (J C) .50 131 A li " 48'i D 31 Pcnn KR 9 191 D iplPcPSl Cola 11 *7r D i'IPctrol Corp 5 ~s£ A $ fTcUta *$ 2 lllli A"] ,il_.,,__., _ JUSTICE COURT ' Jamex M, Howsare, Precinct '1 Cl.rk H, John»on, Precinct 2 Ted J. Hill, hunting without a license, flo or-10 days, Walter M. Waid Jr.. Illegal possession of came animal, $100 or 90 days. F.'B. Meeks, illegal possession of a game animal. 1100 or 90 days. ' ' Lonzo Myers, failure-to moke, boulevard stop,' $5 or 5 Cays. Paul H. Hodge, speeding, $18 and 18 hour-. Mai-tin J. Huble, driving in -wrong lane Of divided highway, J5 or 3 days. Charles T. IVlilne. failure to make boulevard .stop, $! or 5 days. · . Raul N. VlUae.scusa, failure to yield right ftf way, innocent. Wybert W. Mow, unlawful possession of lame, continued to Nov. 25. John H. Tubbs. failure to roaku boulevard stop, 55 or 5 days. Kenneth D, AUen. failure to make boulevard stop, $5 or 5 days: ' Paul P. Carrel] Jr., speeding. $40 and 40 Am Viscose Am Woolen Am Zinc Anacon Cop And Prl Oil Armco Stl Armour Co Assd Dry G Atchison All Cst Line AU Refin Atlas CP Avco Mfg Bald Loco 5 103 6 30 24 10 28 44 83 10 2 18 5 123 D D 1411 D =kJGu7ntan Sue 35 D 11 Gulf Mob O 33',i D VGulf Oil H Dl D 16 10?, I ?i 12 23Ti D ·. ··iHalliburton Harb Walker Hayes Mlg Hilton Hot Holland Furn 17 7-1. A ·« i D i A , I D 1/4 1 , D i/.: A V.' : A i,i 77% D 1 A D lb 'Philip Mor Phillips Pet Pit Plate Gl Pit Scr i- B Plymouth Oil jFrcss Stl Car ;Proct Gam :pub sv E G Publlck Ind [Pullman IPurc Oil 8". D 714 D i 2011 21i A ' 3.9 67(2 D li 131= D '.', 3~1 D l .i 1G D I, 201- D *.', 26-'i D 11 42?; D '.' 56-i O-'.'j 71 li D ,li 33?, 435, D ll'.i D (a 22 21% D li 22-,i X fi ·IG=,i D of. B 22, Country CJub Heights, South) Betty dnhofer to Louis Fine and wife $3.500, L 15, 16, except N 50 feet, B 5, Nob Hill Adtln. Jesus E, Fimbres and wife to L'. Moreno, 50.000, part of B 153. City of Tucson. · ' John Larkin Flanagan and wife to Valley National Bank, $6,350; part ot L 2,.B- 7, Huben Acidri. Vllleeas, L 16, B . 2 6 , Bruckner's Mildred E. Petty to Frank J. Dreschcr, part o! L 7, B 2c, Coronado Heights, revenue stamps $1.65. John. G. Eborle and wife to Edward A. Gome: and wife, part of Ls 4. 5, B 16, Buell's Addn., revenue stamps $2.20. Marshall Charitable Foundation to Guatl- alupe Bacasiari. L 1. and E", of L 5. 8 7. Pascua .Sub. Marshall Charitable Foundation to Carmen Alvarez, L 27, and W'.i of L 28, B 7, Paseua Sub, . Marshall Charitable Foundation to Gabriel Hohlcs, Ls 23, 24, 25, B 5, PascUa Sub. · ' . - · · Edward Cneoin /to John Larkin Flana- jgan and wife, part of L 2. B 7. Grant 'Road Park No. 2. revenue stamps 53 cents. Isaac Margolis and wife to A, Frederick Grant Road Park No. 2. Arnold J, Ruppel and wife to E. L. Grady, 53,000, L 32, B C, Vista Del Monte Tract. ' Robert G, Delph and wife to Prudential Insurance Co., $8,350, L 3, B 21, Linden Pavk Addn, Wheeler M. Grant and v/lfc to Prudential Insurance Co., 57,830, L 6,' B 21, Linden Park Addn. Raymond C. Cutchall and wife to Prudential Insurance Co., $8.220, L 7, B 21. Linden Park Addn. · William H. Potts and wife to Prudential Insurance Co., $8,310, Linden Homcstake ; ,«' D ''·Radio Cor, r ,,,p 4 , ,, Radio K O a -J.2 A . - J a n m K ^ n d H 41 li Dl 48 1714 D 11 Bait Ohio 22 15 Bait ts Oh PF 4 Barber Bendix Oil Av Houd Hersh JHousch Fin D a^iHouston Oil D ,i!Hud Bay M D i^jHudsun Mot D UjHupp Corp. hours. Hoy W. Jacobson, speeding, JH houri. ind 14 W. S. H«veni, speeding, t» .and 15 hours. SUPERIOR COURT J. Msrcer Johnson, Division-1 Lx.Garrett, Diviilon 2 Omer X. Anderson" vs. Strange Laboratories, complaint for $715.62. ' '. William, A. Brooks v». Slavle E«, complaint- lor 1306.97. ., . . DIVORCES Alice KeeM vs.- Wintam ·'XeeM, com- Plmlnt. . . . - :' · - - Robert A. McSpadden vs. Kithryh Me- ·padden. complaint. . · ,- Chjrlottc A. Baker -vs. Kobert F. Bilker d*er«e. · · . . . . . ' Jacob -C. Keller .vs. Louise'' O. Keller, decree. MARRIAGE LICENSES B«ll« D. Hall, Clerk - Clj'de Melton Jr., 33, Tucson, and EleBa Arrlaga. 22. Tucson. . : . - Jiratx Knox O'Neal, 21. Tucson, and Betty Alice Damrau, IS, Wlllcox. " Bencuet' Mng Best Co Best' Fds Beth Stl Bige San Blaw Knox Bliss (E.W.) Boeing. Airp Bond Strs Borden Warn Bride BrasJ Brtes Mfg Bkly U Gas I,, Brown Bucy -Eric 1 56 2 46U D 5 11. ;I11 Cent 6 28=4 D U-I11 Power 3 35 . D ^j Indpls P L 25 44 Indust Roy 5 29 a ,4 D H inland Stl. 1 16 A U Intel-lake Ir 1 1311 Int Bus Mch fi 33 D W Int Harv 3 1551 Int Nick 4 51 D 1: Int Paper 10 C7-1 AlHilnt Tel Tel 50 12',;; A H J Johns Man '4 Jones L 28 Joy Mfg 1 5°-r A 15 -" «'/. D i. ' 2 poo Motors i'jRepub Av!a "iRcPubPlct fiRcpub steel '=iscverc C B , Rexall Dru'z - : ,Richfleld Oil [Rob Fulton i 1411 D i, 1R1 IHi D ', 3% A 11 42'i D " 30i A !j Sli D"',i 44=4 D V. 17=1 . ! Safeway St 1st Jos Lend |St L San F . D 'SiStRenPap 3 16',, D Iklschenley In. 2 221 A li S eab Al RB · S3 3 7 11 301i D 3311 D 2 221 A li 11 30%»''i 9 33\i T) 1'n 44H D I, 12-i D 51 15 Burr Mills Add M 2 4 3- I2=i 2 17?* · 9 16Ti D V. * ] i Kan Pw w. *rf , ' Kcnnecott ' ' ' Kern C Land iKan City Sop 147 Callahan 2 47 Calum : Hec 8 Can Dry KTCSEC (SS) L ac iede Gas Lambert 6 60',; D 1 37 17 D ', 11 67U Sears Koeb Servel Sham O 5 31 2 GG G 7 361b A 'b 45H D 14 IS^i D !i 23- lOli 42 341b D 14 37T. D 11 Park Addn. Patrick D. Tucker and wile, to Western Cottonoll Co., $22.000, Ls I, 2'. 3, 4, and £!i of N!i and Sli o£ S 4, T 13 S. K 10 E. M. c. Dckkcr and wife to Charles Erodcr and wife; $3,000. Ls 10, 9, Washington Heights. Wilbur R. Hague and wife to Mar etc, 52.500, part of L 5, B 60, Coronado -Heights Addn. Georgia Moore Pierce to Tucson Cemetery Assn., 56,000, L 17, B N, Catallna Vista. Moc D. Slmrany and wife to William Ahec, S13.000. Ls 5. G. 7, B 26, Amended Government Heights Sub. . Frank R.- Guthmann and wife to Southern Arizona Bank, 510,500, L 7, · B 6, El TV f*, nn i · . rrout laking Hits Corn Pit CHICAGO, Nov. 4. (jp)-- Corn ran into a little, more profit-taking ffian anything else on. the boar-d of trade to'day and -sold 'down for fractional losses .most of the session. Other cereals, after clipping with corn' -at the 'start, staged "a timid rally which brought,-' them . above' the previous close.-, ' -. :- -· Dealers sairi the action of cot-n was not surprising in view of -the sharp gains scored by- this grain yesterday. It was ;also noted that receipts of the cash grain expanded oday. . · ' - . ' Trading was 'less active than it has"been on other days this week, but it was notable that no 'really heavy profit-taking developed. Even in soybeans, which sold off rather rapidly toward the close yesterday, few selling orders pressed against Liyestoclc CHICAGO, Nov; 4. w-Hogs «old within $18.65 to .119.00. range on, the Uvestock market ; today,: holding, steady with yustcr- day's quotations.-Cattle and sheep also were nominally-steady. '- ' During the.-week hogs sank to the lowest quotations since last.Moy. and a,new low for lie marketing season of the'spring pig crop. Produccrs cut down their shipments of 30.00;«buUt medium and good stock stcen ca .TM e . u } ls . v " :ck end tho market responded with fair-sized sains. Most wholesale beef quotations advanced. (USDAl-- Salable hogs .500, total 4.500 (estimated),; compared week agor ' barrows and -gilts. 40-60 lower: sows 25-50 lower. Receipts mainly 200-260 Ib. weights -with the week's average around 230 Ibs. Expanded outlet on shipping account. -Week's top 19.40. closing top I3.J5. Most good and choice 170-280 Ib. butchers closed at J8.75- 19.00. Small -numbers 150-170 Ibs.- brought 1BJ5-18.85. Sows 400 Ibs. · and less 'mostly 17.73-1S.50: 400-500 Ibs. at 17.00-17.75, few heavier down to .16.00. Salable cattle ^500 (estimated!; total not ?Ivcn: compared week ago: receipts about 7.000 head smaller than last week: supply steeis.over 1.200 IDs. considerably reduced: and heifers eiRhts shar- the price structure. Wheat closed cember $2.27 higher, De' . corn' was "%, to 1 cent lower, December S1.5S%-%. oats ] /»-l % ' higher.' December- S9- 80%. rye was. T/i-2% higher,' December S1.30%-.$1, 50,. soybeans were '·^'H.-,'? 3 cents higher" ' November S2.731/1. and lard, was 2. to 7 cents a ..hundred pounds lower, Novem- md wife and Anna Cole. Ls 1. 2. Moniovi'deo^Estates.' 20, B e, Spc_e_dway Park Addn., rcve- E arl S. Seal to Tucson Federal, $709 07 part ol SWi/4 of S 33, T 13 S, R 14 E. ' nue s'.flnnps $16.50, Edith F. Barnes to Edward Chesin. part of Ls 2. 3, B 7, Grant Road,Park No. 2. revenue stamps 55 cents. Doroth'y L. Fountain to Richard H. Fountain, L 175, Los Rnnehitos No. John- C, Hayrics and wife to Edward Chesin, part of L 2. B 7. Grant Road Park No. 2, revenue stamps 55 cents. Edward Chesin to .George Rend Hodu- klnson Jr. and wife, part of Ls 2. 3.'' B 7. Grant Road Park No. 2, revenue stamps 55 cents. . 'Marshal! Charitable Four.dfltion to Jose Valenzucla and wife, Ls 23, 24, and Wli of L 25, B 7, Paseua Sub. Marshal!. Charitable Foundation to Jesus arcia, ,Ls 21, 22, 23. B 8, Paseua Sub. Car] A. Johnson to Betty Dinhofer. Ls 13, 16, except N 50 feet, B 5, Nob Hill Addit., revenue stamps S5.50. ' National Realty Co. to Raymond C. Cutchall and wife, L 7, B 21, Linden Park Addn.; revenue stamps tfi.so. National Realty Co. to William' H.- Potts Iverrett Baker, 48,. Lyons, Kan., Vista 'Mueldener, 35, Lyons, Kan. and BIRTHS St. Mary'« Ho.pitjl Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Anderson, 1551 Hardy dr., * boy at 1:25-p,m. Nov. 2. - Born to Mr..aiid Mrs. Arthur Pare, 6301 *.,Sixth ave., a girl at 6:58 a.m. Nov. 3. · · Born to Mr.,and Mrs. Vincent Sheenan, 1317 E. Louis lane, a boy at 7:20 ajn. Nov. 3 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Kennedy. Jltd Koclc, Ariz., ,a jdr] at 6:20 p.m. Nov. 3. Born to Mr., and Mrs. Henry C. OJguin. 144 r..34th St., a girl at 11:13 p.m; Nov. 3. Born to Mr. «rjd Mrs. Glade A. Cunning- k»m, 3414 S. Ninth ave., a girl at 2:02 a.m. Nov. 4. Born to Mr. and- Mrs. Ralph Tapia, 810 ,'JT, AnlU, i gij-1 at 8:50 a.m. Nov. 4. Born to Mr., and ilrs. Charles Paxton JJ07.Z. Spring, a.girl at 8:01-ajn. Nov. 4. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert' Walker. MO K.' Navajo.'a boy at ;o:31 a.m. Nov. 4. Tucson'- Medical Center ^.011 ,J^l.' -. " «-/' ·· UUIIIUUL I Canad Pac- 35 18% D A Lehigh C N Caro,-P : I. Catorpil- Tra Celanesc. ·Celotex Cen SW Cer De P^i Cert-Teed'- . Chcs Ohlo Chicago Cp Ch M Sp Pac 36 2851 D . 45',i D 1, is saii , 6 14Vi 4 5 10 16 24?i 14 D 31 D ii 1211 D 161', Ch M Sp t Ppf 5 3BH D li Chi R] Pac S 42 D =,; Childs Co « \ D V Chn-sler 75 1i\, Dl CIT Finan 8 41 D Climax Mo Clinton Fd. Cluett Peab Cols Palm Leh Port C Lehman Cp Lerner Str Lib O P' Glass 11 Lib McN : L 9 Llgg My Lima Horn .on Oil [quid Carb Lohkh'Airc Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Flynn, 1638 X. Hogtri rd., n girl »t 7:07 p.m. Nov. 3. Cotton .':'..:···· NTW VOKK. Nov. 4. W-Cotton futures w«e firm today, in response to a continuation of trade buying. Brokers-also reported some · covering, prior to publication'of the · government. cotton crop roport on. Nov. 8, the market moved higher, -it was Eagle Colo F Ir Col Gas Coml - Cred Coml Solv Comw Edis Con Copperm Con Edi. Cons' Vultee Ctjnaum Pw Cont Can Cont Mot Cont Oil Copper Rng Corn Prod Crane Co Creamer Am Crown Cork Crucible Stl 2«i D 11, SS^i D H 2811 D =11 45'/« A U 1711 1211 B T 1 22 3 2 a 4 Loew's Inc LoriUard Lou Nash Lowcnstein A li D U D H 47 D l.j 60'!'. A '.i 21?b D li 3416 D V, 8V. 2 82 3 -i 16 9 ! ,i . 13 39 D U 3S1J D V, 3151 D ',, 16=1 A 1's 25',i A V 42'/4 Dl 34H D l,! 51' D ?'· ^,, ,« 5?.'SiiMw wlf «. L a - B"21. Linden Park Addn.. Sharon SU 16 315. Dl',. | revenue stamps $8.80. 14 50 Dl' | National Realty Co. to Wheeler M. 13 31 D la j Grant, L G, B 21, Linden Park Addn., 23 21 D J« revenue stamps $8.80. 3 31', ( ti ?. · National Realty Co. to Robert G. Delph. 23 23T. D -,.|L 3 , B s l _ - Linden Park Addn., revenue stamps $8.80: National Unity Co. to Wlllard J. Cbsm- berlin' Jr., L 7. B 20, Linden Park Addn., revenue stamps- $3.80, National Realty Co. to Dr. Bertram S. Shell Oil 42"a Simmons . Co 44?« D H Sinclair Oil l-i D- U Smith (AO) Socony Vac Sou Am G P5 Sou Caro E G 6 _ Sou Cal Edis 16 ii D 5.1 Southern Co 8 South Pac 9 South By 6 Sparks iWth S3 Spcrry 4 Spiegel H Std Brands 7 411 ' D ·· Il?i D 11 531i D Std G ES4Pf 24 Sid Oil Cal Std Oil Ind Std Oil NJ 7 i : 5 8 7 _ r 9 501i A liJMortiii (GL1 15 20H D HiMay Dcpt Str 8 27^, A 11 Maytag Mack Trucks Macy (RH) Vlagma Cop Uaffnavox Marine Mid Marsh Field la 5!i t li McGrsw' El 301i D 11 JfcKes 11 14T1 IMcLell Str 4 33 D li 'Mead Corp S 355. Mesta Mach 7 S i X l i 771= A 1,4 2111 A li SS'A A 2!Hi A llli D V, Wli D '', 1 Dill Cub Am Su« 8 la^k A V. Cudnhy Pk Curtis Pub 811 D ','4 1011 D 1,4 Deero Co Del Hud Del Lack i W Dlst Cp Seas Dome Mines Doug Airc Dow Chem Dresser Ind' Du Pont . 2 SOU D 'k Miami Cop Mid Cont Pet Middle S Ut Minn Honeyw Minn Mol Mission Corp Mission Dv Mo Kan Tey Mo Kan Tex pf Mo Pac pf IVTonsan Chem Montg Ward Motor Pd Molor Wheel Std Oil Ohio Std St Spg Stew. Warn . Stoke Van C Stone Jj. Web Studebaker Sunray Oil Sunsh Bis Sunshine Mn Swift «: Co Sylv El Pd. Sym. Gould T Texas Co Tex Gulg Prod 29 A la' T ca: GuH Sul 14'^ D ii! Thompson Pd 58' "- ' ' 14-1 271i D =1 15!1 D 15H A Va 46!', D = 3S J ,i A I 22 46J; D 1: !! 48^4 A 161,1 D 36!i D 131k D 61'4 D 13 6',i' D =a! Tide Wa As TImk Det AX ' Timk H Bear 9 Trans W Air 1 Transmaer 3 Twent C Fox 32 TJ . Un Bag P « Un Carbide 22 Un Oil Cal 12 Un Pac 3 Unit Air Lin 8 Unit Airc ' « Unit Bisc 11 5 28 7 15 9 ' 1511 D V. 2 15 D 11 2 0 , ; 1511 ' si;; D \; 10 381i D U 23!i I) 11 3', 76:1 D 11 21T, A ',', 84 671i BllS 32',; r ;i ISii 4in A '-I 17V, D 11 IG'l D -1, James T, Dillon Jr. and wile .to Arizona Trust Co., $6,150,. L 20, Bivcr Park. a John W. Tomlinson and wife to Arizona Trust Co., $0,150, L 24, River Park. RELEASE .OP REALTY MORTGAGES Marginal release. L. V. Price to Elmer R. Allen and wife. ' ·release. Bertha Berflold Knight to Tri-State Realty Investment Co. | Sallle F. Haydock to Harry A. Insci ar.d wife. Fred Kramer and wife to Lathan C, Almond Jr. .ind wife. Carolyn S. Eardman to George K. Madsen and -wife. Partial "-please. James Elmo Smith and wife to 8 J. Moore and wife, L - 4 , B 3, Little Rocky's Sub, State Mutual Building and Loan Assn. to Carl Richard Hansen and wife. Mary Ole to Earl Varner and wife. v 01 , oel Dec. Mar.' May July" TJoc. Mar. Mn.v. July -. Open High -'- Wheat '. 2.!5 3 ,i-l's 2.2711: .. 2.30',t-31 2.31=S .. 2.3114-31 2.31=8 . 2.21 !i 2.225J 'Corn.. 1.58=1-^4 1.5015, .. 1.61 . 1.02% '.. 1.62%-',i 1,83',4.. 1.63'i 1.64 Oats .. .SS'.i .891, Low Close 2.26?. 1 .2.2711 2.30',i 2.3H1 .2.31l4-=/8 I.58',l 1.58=,-% 1.61" 1.61»1 1.6214 1.6211-63 1.63- 1.63-63H . . general 'market slaughter steers an 50-7S higher. 'all grades nnd weiR ing in upturn, instances 1.00 higher on high. good and choice steers 1,200 Ibs. and up and heifers under 900 Ibs.: other slaughter classes scarce; cows active,' 50 to 1 .00 hlghar; bulls strong: vealers steady to 50 higher: stackers nnd feeders strang; late bulk good and choice slaughter steers and yearlings -28.50-33.00 including several loads choice 1,250-1,350 Ib. steers rt 32.50-33,00: several . loads high-choice nnd prime 9651.205 Ib. averages 33.25-34.00. four loads 1.054-1,205 Ibs. Included at latter price; not many medium steers under 27.00; bulk good and choice fed heifers and mbced yearlings 28.00-32.75: late- sales good beef cows largely 22.50-23.50, common and medium 20.00-22.00, canners and cuncrs 16.25.19.75: medium and good sausage bulb 24.50-27.00: . medium · to choice vealers largely 28.00-24:00; most medium and good stockcr a n d . feeder steers u»der 1.000 Ibs. 25.50-29. 50; couple loads choice 400 Ib. steer calves . 23.50-.14.2J, choice to fancy M Ib. Colorado yearling steers 34.00. ^ SaUit QJiltern Saturday Evenlno, Nov. 4, 1350 common and medium cows, 19.00-21.50;,;good cows ,2i'.5D-23.oo:- few'23.50; canners ; -and cutterf'15.00-19.00: vealer top 31.00; bulk medium and good killing calves 23.00-28.00; few good and choice 500-550-lb. calves 29.00- S5.50-30.50; few loads good and choice 550-650-lb. stockcrs 32.00-33.00; choice 704' Ibs. 31.50; medium »nd good feeders 850 Ibs. .up largely 24,50-"28.00;..few loads good' and choice 900-1,000- Ibs.,,28.00-2900: ; sood- and choice heifers 28.00-28.25; good ana choice stock steer calves 30.00-36,00; choice to fancy 326 Ibs. 28.00; two-toads choice to fancy;326 Ibs. 38.00; two loads choice and 36.00; medium and good stock' cowc SO.00-22.00. . · _ ' · - · : · - - · Hogs:: Compared with last Friday: uneven, lights end butchers 75*1.00 .lower; late top and buk good and choice 190-300 Ibs. 18.50; f*w 18.25; some 50'to'mostly 75 lowe:- at 17.00-18.00. KANSAS EITY, Nov. 4. W) (USDA)-Cattle: Compared with last week's close slaughter' steers 1,100 Ibs. down strong to 50 higher; heavier weights. steady, to 50 lower; decline mostly on medium and low good short feds; heifers" steady. to strong, 'instances fully 25 higher on good .88 wife to' Western May July Dec. May July Nov. Jan. Mar. May July Nov. Dec. Jan. Mar. Kay - .85-84}! 148 . 1.54 1 !! .32;; Ryt . 1.57 · .85V.- 1 '.8214 1.57 1.58% ° "'* Kraus and wife,' L 6. B 20, Linden Park 7 A 11 Addn., revenue -stamps $8.80. 29 ^ D 11 National Realty Co, to Lloyd D. Smith Ilia L 4. B 20. Linden Parlc Addn., revenu 23% stamps - $8.80. 8»?1 Dili National Realty Co. . to Ariel R. New 73 D =,i hart Jr., L 1, B 21, Linden Park Addn 57T1 A 11 revenue stamps $8.80, 87 D ',; .National Realty Co. to 'Chester J. Porte 32T« A H L J. B -11. Linden Park Addn., revenu 21 3 ,; D U stamps $8.80, National Realty Co. to William J. Kry lowlcz and wife, L 1,. B 20, Linden Par Addn,, revenue stamps $8.80,' Clarence Seth Wllcox to Frank R. Guth mann amd wife, L 7, B 6, El Montevldi Estates, revenue stamps $14.30. Clarence Seth Wilcox and .wife to Fran S. Guthmann and wife. L 8. B 6, E Montevideo Estates.'revenue stamps $1.65. William E. Muilins and wife to Arthu L.. Hansen and wife, L 8, B 11, Nob Hi: Addn.. revenue stamps $2.20. Deed and assignment, Russell O. Lewma and wife to Dale W. Derhammer and wife part of L 7, B 1, F.. 'E. A.'KimbaU" Sierra Vista Sub. Dan P. Hamilton, and wife to . wend E. Higuera and wife. L 7, B. 18, El Corte Heights · Addn., revenue-stamps $1.10. ' Thomas A,. Meehan to Florence Paceill part, of S 10, T 13'S, R 15 E, rcvenU( stamps $17.60. Joint tenancy deed, Charles Brodtr anc wife to M.. C.-, Dckkcr and wife, Ls S 10. B 19. Washington Heights, revenue stamps $13,20. Alfred F. Kcrr and Realt' Syndipate Inc. Marginal releases, Valley National Bank to Ernest Wendt and wife; Roy Eaton 'and wife: Epifunlo T. Madrid and wife: Andrew M. Russell and wife, and C. C, Struth and wife. - i A "i Marac Marginal release Louis J. Felix to At- Am Supcrpow nold J. Ruppel ar.d wife. , Ark N Gas .. Blue Kidgc .. Can Marconi . Chesebrough Cities Serv '.. Claude! Neon El Sond Sh i.54',i . 1.S1',', 1.60 1.57?,' Soybean! . 2.71 - , 2.7414 2.70H 2 73V= . 2.74-5-73',i 2.7714 2.7314 .. 2.771J-77 2.S0 3 ,i 2.75', 4 ,. 2.78-77% 2.82 .' 2.771i Lard ,.12,52 12.52 12.50 12.50 ..14.30 14.40 14.30 14.35 .14.40 14.50 14.40 14.45 .14.65 14.72 14.65 14.70 .14.85 14.95 14.85 14.92 .and choice; cows steady t o - 2 5 higher: .33-89',, bulls.steady to.strong: vealers and-killing calvse. steady; medium and good feeder steers-8W Ibs up weak -to 50 lower'but all other stocker and feeder classes stc.id . f t o strong; choice to prime 1,002 ar.d 1,11! ·1.50U-50 , b . Icd steers. 33.00;; few 'loads liigh goo and ..choice steers 1,150 'Ibs. down 33.5C 32.50:'bulk average medium and good steers 25.50-31.00:'averace good 477 Ibs. include at 29.00: choice to prime - 989-lb. Iowa fe heifers 32,50; · few loads high good choice -heifers and - mixed yearlings 31.0C 32.00; .bulk good heifers 29.01-30.50: mi dium to low good short feds' 25.00-23,01 Dividends NEW YORK, Nov. 4.' WV-Parkcr Pen Co. dcclarecr an extra dividend, of $1 a chare and the regular Quarterly, of 50 cenU on the common stock, payable Nov. 24, to stock cf record Nov. 15. No extra Wtt ordered at thia time lost year. ·Aluminum Company of America, Pittsburgh, .declared a dividend · of fio centx payable Dec. 8 to holders of record Nov. 20. MORI JOBS for MORE PEOPIE VOTE 303 Aniona Workman*! Compensation Comrnitlt* -- f. O. Box 3941,. Phoenix - A. 1. From, T«mp*i ' Gta. Noetl, Winilow; «men Foit«r, fhe«nl«: . . . . Gto. r-ftktn'na, Vumo; Gta. Noetl, Jock Proctor, fucion; V -77 2.8015 2.81-82 2.81' New York Curb 3511 D li 47'-l D *i 28',, D li Motorola s Mfp 9 GP1 D 2 32H D O5 23% A 14 49'i D lil 1 10 10 5 , 3 8 2 ·12 80-1 D · Murray Corp . 10 21 li D 3 / s W, A. li 79^ A i; Nat Auto F Not Aviat 19',i D ',1 E mhle .to iibiorb. a moderate Increase in hedglni.» well as profit taking. Some selling w»i based on the belief, that the government cotton crop report will show a '-liir Increase as compared with, last month's official,prediction. - · · · · - · · ' - ' · ' " .Tuturej closed 70 cents a bale nigher to 40 centi lower than the previoui 'close., .High.. Low-. Close, '· December 40.45' 40.25- 4025 March .' 40.38 40.12 40.12-14 May ., 40.05 · 39.75 . 3S.75-80 July 39.49 39.33 33.33 October 35.9S 35:82 39.89 December · 35.70 35.50 35.58 Mttch .....35.50 35.47 S5.48 Middling spot '41 .UN off' 7, ' '· K»Nominal. ; · W E A T H E R Mfs Pd 1811 15 J 351- ] i4i; X 6811 D -li Nat Biscuit 2111 D 11 Eaton Ekco Et Auto Lite 2,44','. D Elect .Bout Elliott Co H -Paio K. Gas Emer El M Bmcr Kad i P End John Erie .BR ' Evershnrp Nat Can Nat Cash Keg Nat City Lin Nat Cont Kat Dairy Pd TTat Dept Str Nat Distill , Nat-Gypsum Nat Lead Nat Steel Nat Sup 3 23%, A 4 I Sli 17 17!i 1 30 D !,.... o^,*.o 6 151. D li|Xomii Elec 2- 12U D 11 Norf West New NewptNShlp N Y Central NY Sts E G 18'k A li 13 15=tD li 34 D I; 41?i D =S 8'i 1Q3J, A ',fl 48=4 D !',, 171i D =,i 25 D In 17'/, 2 231i D 11 D 11 46H D 11 19'i A 11 D li 12 23?!, D 9 '12!j D HJZenith 7 4S',i"A ll'Zonite ] United Corp iunlt- Fruit Unit Gas Cp Unit M 4: 'M U S Gypsum, U S Rubber U S Smelt U S Steel vw Va El tc Pw Warner Plct Wesson O S W Ky Coal W Pcnn El Western Air L West Mao- West Un Tel West Elec Wheel - Stl White Mot White Sew M Willys Over Wilson i Co Wise El Pw Woolworth · Wyand Wor YZ Young Spg S= W 1 SKI D ',', Marshall Charitable Foundation to Ic- 1714 jnacio Alvarei, Ls 27, 28, 29, B 10, Paseua ai% D ll'Sub. . . · , 30'i B 341 w. A. Fries *t al .to James T. Dillon, Jr 411 jand: wife, L 20, River · Park, revenui 651i H 11 jstamps-$7.t5. ' ' 1314 D ' ( ;| W.'A. E.ites et al to John W. Tomlinson 'and wife, L 24, River Park, revenue stamp. $7.15. 19 4 15 1 W. 2 10914 D li 11 47T1 D li 12 53 A =f 60 41VI D li REALTY MOHTCAGES George Read Hodgklnson Jr. and wife to Valley National Bank, S5.350, part of L 3, 2, B 7, Grant Road Park No. 3. - Odin Hoyem and wife to Anderson Real ty Co., 14,000, L 8, B 19, RicMand Heights Addn. 4 24',; D 11! ' Frederic Arthur Ambrose and wife f c 4 97, I Frances' E, Goodin, $3,500, part of SE14 1 15 3 /« D U of S 22, -T 13 S, ,R 13 E. 16 385; A i, 15 33=1 18 ' ' 2 4 2 S 4 3 3 30i'- D 14 21% D 50!i D 14?1 D 17Ta 46 I '· 121; D - Your.sst Sh it T 6 Rud 4 Pd 1 5! ^^ew York Bank And Trust Stocks Torecwt for Tucson and vicinity: Mostly tlear. tonight and' Sunday with no Important change- In. temperature. Locally windy.'' . . Highest temp, yesterday 01 Hlghttt temp, year ago .......,..,,,,,. 84 High : record this tjstc (1931) 91 Low temp, yesterday 43 Low temp, year ago 63 Low record this.date (1945) 30 Mem temp, yesterday 65 Mean tempr year -ago " " 7 4 Normal, :tcmp. this date '" 62 Humidity 5:30 p.m. yesterday '"'«l'l · " ' 5:30 a.m. today '31^ Moonrisc-.. 12:51 a.m. Moonset ... 2:28 pjn Sunrise ' . . 6:43a.m. Sunict ... 5:32pm .Data for i' hour, sndino at 5:30 «.m. (Tucson time) Zlear SE } M M . Cloudy NW U 7] 43 20 . Sloudy . Cloudy aln Albuquerque AlUm. . . . . Billing. .... Bismarck ... Boi» ,...., Boston Bulftl» Rain ~~ Cloudy Dloudy Cloudy Snow Rain ' Pt.ady Clear. Snow Clear Clear Clear Clear NW U W 18 S 5 SE IS : 14 43 28 61 43 48 33 Chicago .... Cleveland ..... Denvti Dei Molnvi .... Dttrolt ... El Pmso n»Ilt»tt. Arlr ft Worth , Or no t v n vn. A ' NE 2» 42 SW 14 43 37 S 8 79 60 .76 N IB 47 33 -.09 47 33 .43 47 40 .63 N15 NE 20 . Indianapolla K«nsuClt.v ... Uttle Rock ... Los Antrlea . . . Mcrcphla ..... lltarai Kl» .... MllwauKe* ... Minncapolta ., Mo n tret i .New Qri«ani . New York OHIthnnw CIU Omaha Phutnii Plttthurfh PortitiM U» Portlund Or» Rene Salt UIK* City St Louii San Antonio . mn DIMO ' ' Snow Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Fog Cloudy Rain Clear, POK Clear Bain Drizzle Fog . Clear NW 7 NE 8 E 1 N E . S NW 14 NE 2 N 14 '46 NW «' : 50 '41 20 43 33 57 33 54 '.29 ^ 55 si: 54 29 28 30 .16 NE 8 S2 (0 NW 18 51 38 , S f - 82 72 N 20 42 31 Calm Tamp* TUCSON · . Washington . Wli-hlu Vurai,., Clear Clear ' Clear Smoke Cloudy Pt.Ciay . Clear Cloudy ' . Clear . Clear- 27 N 17 71 E 12 64 NW 7 47 SE 3 41 SE 8 88 E-».-.'47 N 7 49 SE 2 57 Calm M N 14 47 SE 7 54 N 10 64 Calm S 5 .Calm SW 13 SE 14 S 14 N 5 1Z fO, S3 .05 Bfc of Am Nts (SF) (1.40) .... 26t'« Bk of Man (1.40) 2711 Bk of NY- Fifth (14) 320 Bankers Tr-(2) 45% Ccn Han Bk Tr (4) 97V a Chase Nat fi.Wi 35T. Chem Bk «: Tr (1.80) 411; Coml Nat Bk' T (2) 60'; Cont Bk l! Tr St 511 Cont 111 Chi'(4) 891i Corn Exch (31 7l',i Empire Tr (3) .'in Fst Nt (Bos) (2A) 4771 Fst Nat Chi (81 224 Fst Nat NY (80) 1240 1300 Guaranty Tr (13A) ..,' 287 290 Irving T* (.80A) 18 19U Kings- County (80) .,-...,1573 1625 Manufact Tr (2.40) , 531i 551' 2 Nat! City (1.80) 411i 4315 N Y Trust (4) 821i 951s Public Nat (2B) '...,, 48 ] i soli Title G i- T 8i -O',i United States (35) '. CIS 643 27=1 ' 231i 335 47'i lOOli 93 73',; 122 1ST, Metal Market ·NEW YORK, Nov. 4. 1$)--Spot nonfcrrous metal prices today: Copper 24!i cents a pound, - Connecticut valley. Lead 17 cents pound. New York, pound. East St, Louis. New York. Zinc 17':, cents .. Tin SI.'SS a pound, New York Bonds ACL 4s 52 . . 102?! 1U2 : Hud C 5s 62A · lOOli 100 M-K-T 4s 62B C 5s 2013 .... So Pac 4'aS 81 So Pac 4'is G9 So Pac .41:s or 77 West Un 5s 60 ... '02?« 100 108 108 741b 14Vb 061b 861i 9B 08 101 101 101 1021i 102»j 102'i S AVKKA(iRS Clotinu nvtrnaet turnlahed by Dow Jonet A Co through E F Mutton ^ Co mem ber« of thi New Vork Stock Exchange.- ind Rail, utli StcH SO 20 15 85 FRIDAY 228.10 66.67 40.44 81.75 SATURDAY . 227.42 66.22 40,33 81.43 Unlisted Securities Published by the NASD A* of Noon, New York Time i BANKS AND TRUST'COMPANIES Bid Asked Bank of Douglas (S2.50) 59 63 First National Bank ($1.501 ....31 .. Phoenix Title Tr. Co. ($3.00).190 Valley National Bank (S.70) 15 IS U T I L I T I E S , - ' ,, Arizona Edison (SI.00) 17 18 Central Arizona Light ($,BO) .... il'i 12 Mississippi Biver Fuel ($2.00) 3211 -32 Public Sen-Ice. N. M. ($1.00) IS'.i' 16 Southern Union Gas (S.SO) 20 21 Tex. East. Transmission 1$1.00) .. 17 17 Tucson Gas Light ($1.40) ....I 20 21 INVESTMENT TRUSTS Affiliated Fund - $4.35 *4. Boston Fund -.21.83 ' 23 Broad St. Investing -- 18.45 ' 19. Chemical Fund 17.49 IS. Dividend Shares 1.64 1. Eaton Howard (balanced).... 28.80-30, Eaton Howard (stock)' 19.95 21. Fundamental Investors ......... I6.S7 18. Incorporated Investors 27.27 29. Investment Co, ot America 10.76 11. Mass. Investors Trust ...31.32 33, Nat, Investors . . . . . 10.58 11. Nat. Securities (stoclo 5.37 5. Nat. Securities (speculative) .. 3.52 3. Television Fund 12.13 13.. Dclbert E, Linn and wife to Valley National Bonk, $93! .81, L 22S, Los Ranchltos YELLOW CAB 2-8811 SI 64 45 85 81. 60 77 'SI 40 27 55 :.. 4 V I . 60 M .01 50 Tr. 33 ... 3S- Tr 3* ..36 . 62 . '. 57 54 40 .03 73 :.- V. S."Weather Burtnu FUNERAL COSTS True costs of the last 500 funerals- conducted by Parker-Kerr Mortuary: 228 Complete Funerals including Gasket -- Cost- up io $199 147 Complete Funerals including Gaslcet--Cost $200 to $499, 105 Complete Funerals including Casket---Cost $500 and over PARKER-KERR -, ' Secvlrig Tucson 52 1'cars ,215 Xorth Sttme ATBune .- Dial 3-2321. Arthur H. Wakcflcld and wife to West- tern American. Mortgage Co., J6.800, L 10, B 7. El Campo Estates Addn... .Lamar Gotten and wife to Broadmoor Realty Co., $7,500, L 2. B B, Broadmoor Sub. · . · - ' Burton-Dale Carr and wife to Thomas N*. Husted and wifc,' S7,OflO, part of Ls 13, ZD, B 15,-Feldman's Addn. Edward B. Enclnas and wile to Valley National Bank, $1,012.95, L 115, El Rio Estates Addn. Terah L. Smiley and wife to Tucson'Fed- era], $7,500, I, 5, B D,'North Campbell Estates. A. .Frederick Rosen and wife and Anna Cole to Isaac Margolis and \vl£c, 510,000, Jjf 1. 2, Ifl, 20, B c. Speedway Park Addn. flussell Berryman and wife to State Mutual Building and Loan Assn., S7,00o, L 3, B 2, Alvernon Addn, Elmer R. AUcn and wilo to Lcith V. Price, »2,000, L 10, B 9, Speedway Addn.. No. 1. , William J. Krylowlcz and wi/e to Prudential Insurance Co., $8,310, L, 1, B JO, Linden Park Addn. Ariel, K. -Newhart Jr. and wile to Prudential Insurance Co., $7,950, 1. I, B 21, Linden'Park Addn. V/illard Chambcrlin Jr. and wife to Prudential Insurance Co., J8.360, L 7, B 20, Linden Park Addn. Dr. Bertram S. Kraus and wife to I'm- dential Insurance Co., $8,380, L e, B 20, Linden Park Addn. CONTRACTS FOR SALE OF BEAL ESTATE , . ' Tcss Stern et al to Mr. Harris, L S, B I, Ferry Addn. Elmer R_ Allen and wife to Ruth L. , L' 10, B 9, Speedway Addn, No. 1. Dan M. Frederick wife to Harvey E. Gutman, L. £ B a. Frontier Village. John H. Baker and wife to Edwin G. ianlu Sr. ar.d. v/lfe, L 4, B 3, Garden Homes Addn. Miguel R, Dano and wile to Sophia Delmas, part cf L 5, 'B 11, Feldman's Addn, Peter A. Manvllle and wife to Patrick D.. Tucker and wife, Ls I. 2, 3, 4, and S',b of N-2, and S',i of S 4, T 13 S, R 10 E Wilbur R. Hague and wife ' to ' Mabc' Fern Francis, part of L 4, B 50, Coronado Heights ' Carl Henry Prlebe and wife to Louis W. Hoidas. and wife, part of L 18, Pastime Acres Rcsub. UTILITY CONNECTIONS ; R, F. Sproul, I»5 N.' Cherry: Sid Pel. mann, 2334 E. 1st; Solomon She'chtman, 1326 E. Speedway; Robert Nichols, H9G W. Sunshine: Arnc Carlson, 3125- N. 1st: W. H. King, 2017 N. Rosemary, No. B: Louis Van Mclkebeke. 3160 Benson Hleh- way; C. H. Corkins, 1423 N, Park, No. 2: Paul Johnson, 3555 S. Liberty, No. 2; Marvin Shlkowilz, 2301. N. Northway. No. D; J. B, Garner, 1215 E. Roger Rd.; Earl Cunningham, 1028 N. 3rd; P.-F. Robinson, 40C N. 4th; Steve Flzad, 325 E. IX Lowell: Maltie Mae Thompson, 1G09. N, 5th; Mrs Ann Wllsan, 122 S. Olsen, No. B;' Mrs Archie Athcrton, 4625 E. 13th; Mrs. Jcyc Maxam, 220 N. Bean; C. R. Arnold, 2323 E rant; UorGthy Bowman, 3213 , E. 22nr± H. G. Haxliy, 2308'E. 351h; B. E. Poston 331 E. Broadway: Bess Blatt, 607 N. 6th Vo. A; Peter Kusthoven, 2432 N, Balboa F; D. A. Dobry, 3040 E. 13th; Sarah Romcrcr, 420 W. 44th:-N. E.. Krlctemcycr 560 E. Seneca: L, J. Baldwin, 530G ~ Villard; Gin Doo, 25 W. Nutter, G. S imrnons, 4632, E. Oth; H. A. Nori-ls. p 1 Granada Ct., No. A; N. L. Trowbcldse 717 N. Speedway; Nels August Bersstrom 03 E. Sth: Lloyd Burgln; 2615 E. Grant Rd Gco. Hemp£. 1113 Halcyon; M . - J . Roy 901 E. 14th, No. 3; A. J. Stericken, 18 E Vviation; I, A. Ehrenprels, 2533 E. Sth ls!(: Mirth. 3003 N. Stewart; G. W. Manove, 3152 E.' Flower; Mrs, Kent Leeds ,801 E. Broadway, No. S; Grace Terry. 1512 i; Carlos Perez, 827 W. Slmr-.ons; P. C -lollctt, 1S3S W. Calle Sombrero; Kay \Vle- and. 2337 E. Eastland; G. R, Fass, 223" 22nd. Equity CP ..'.:.. Glen Aid Coal Humble Oil ' . . , Kaiser Fraz Lone Star G. . Molybdenum - ., Niag Hud P w - Pennroad Solar: Airc .... Tcchnlco Wright Har ...... IS 3 , 1»1 JSl,i .., Si'/t · -6% ... 25 ... Ki, ... 15V. .*'12H ... 14 ...-SPA ..I 11/16 4T1 111. 41'« 64'" 82'.; 4i; «?; 25 a?; 15". 1211 14 2011 l=,i llii 25 1511 1251 14 201'. 151 Spotlight Stocks NEW YORK, Nov. 4. (ffl--Sales, closlnc price and net change of -the fifteen most active stocks today. Gen Motors. -Armour Co Graham Paipc .. United Corp .. Curtiss-Wright .. Chrysler Press SI! Car .. U S Steel ,.:... Pac Tin Cons .. Std Gas £: E.'ec Callahan Zinc .., Radio Corp Int Tel Tel ... Allls-Chal Mfg.... Schenley Ind ... 511i 101; 2 1 411 7514 11". 8,500 7,900 7,900 7,600: 7,500 6,100 6,000 5,500 5,200 4.700 ..... 4,600 4:400" 121V. D 4.200 ,:.., 4,200 U 11 D'?. N N Dl D K D V, ; 4»i N s;, N 2',l .'D v. 39 s ,i 3411 N D .'i Have a new Pair--through SHOE REPAIR! Prompt, expert, service Ladies' Broken Heels Replaced MILLER'S Boot and Shoe Repairing 47 N. SCOTT ST. RE-ELECT VOTE FOR HOKE5T, EFFICIENT LAW ENFORCEMENT ELECT CAPT. FRANKEYMAN Sheriff PIANOS ·fa Mason Hamlin ·^ Chickering ·fa Belsy Ross ·fa- Musette NEW PIANOS 20 '20 DOWN MONTH USED · PIANOS '10 '10 DOWN MOJfTH Will accept .r6ur. b!d Piano New Furniture;0r Appliance, · Fret; Delivery Anywhere in Aritona toil; 410 K. 4th Ave. Phone 341U MORTGAGE LOANS A11 Sl^es Ktnfls. Lowest Rates! Prompt Sfrrtce! Murphey Really Morlgage Co, '.-.MOKTCiAtiE SPKCJAI.1STH 20fl N Stonn B*»abllRhrd 1896 Phonr ^!S95 LAMBERT KAUTENBURGER On His Record DEMOCRAT for County Supervisor DISTRICT NO. 2 For Transportation to the Polls'fli. 2-5701 or 2-7354- l;h:iAI, NOTICK No. 14397 NOTICE OF H E A R I N G PETITION FOR PR9BATE 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 HENRX C. MORRIS, Deceased. Notice Is hereby Riven that MARION LINBSEY MORRIS has filed to this court a certain document purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of -Henry C Morris, loscther with his petition prayins that, said document be admitted to probate in this court as the Las! Will and Testament of said 'Henry C.- Morris , who, said petitioner alleacs. is deceased, and' thai letters . LEGAL NOTICE Zone 2 15c 7'4e Zone 3 .- ·.. 20c IOC . School (ares apply to students up through hish school students on school days ~b.e- twccn 7:00 o'clock and 10:00 o'clock tn the morning and between 2:30 'o'clock and 5:00' o'clock in the afternoon. The- Company'* territory is divided into three (3) radial' eones, radiating from Company'* termicuJ- st IS1 East Tenth Street. Tucson. Arizona, with Zone.l ending radially approximately 21i miles irom the terminal and the Zone 1 beginning: at the end of Zone 1 and ending radially approximately- 5 miles 'from ' th« terminal and with Zone 3 being the territory beyond the outside limit of Zone 21" Said proposed schedule will be considered I'm voting 102 -Yes!" testamentary Issue thereon to said petitioner and that same will be heard on Mon!day ihe !3th Jay o*'November, · AJJ IS50, at-9.30 o'clocK in the forenoon of said day. at the court .room of said court, in the Court-House, in the City of Tucson. County of Plma, slate of Arizona, and all persons Interested in said estate arc 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) . Clerk Dated October 24, 1950. Pub.: Oct. 30, 31, Nov. 1, 2, 3, 4, «, 7, 8, 9.- 1030. at' the time ol the hearing aforesaid. Dated at Phoenix, Arizona, this 30Ui day. of October. IBM. ' BY ORDZH OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION. MEL D. -MICHAEL, Secretary PuK:'Nov. 4, 1950. Says MACEDONIO VARGAS, Tucson.buiin««s- man who has long been active in matters which affect schools and the welfare of children. "Every local taxpayer, every businessman and every per-* sen concerned with the welfare of children should work and vote for Amendment 102. It will equalize school taxes and make certain that our boys and girls will have good schools." . * i'' .· * "Th« Arizona Citizens Committee for Equalization of School Tffxei . lOUISA.MYEKS Chairman -- Phoenix SAM J. HEAD Prcscotc H.C. DOBSON Vice-Chair. -- Mesa MRS. GUS LOPEZ Tucson JAMES F.BYRNE Yuma MRS. S. SAUNDERS Phoenix F. W. FICKETT . Tucson E. F, VICKERS ' Douglas BERT HAWKINS 1 Winslow . DIX W. PRICE-.-,-. Scc.-Trcas.--Ph'x.j . NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that or Wednesday the 15th. day ol Novemner 1950, at tne nour ol cleven» o'clock in thr forenoon ol that day. at the main dooi ol the City Hall to the city ol Tucson Pimp Countv. Arltona I will In pursuance oj Ordinance No J224 nt the Ordinances nt the Mayor and Council oj the Citv oi Tucson sell at public audlon. to the hlenesl hirtrtet the following described oarcet nf land to. That certain alley situate between-LOU i: and 2 In Block 12 of American Villa Resubdivlslon In the city «[ Tucson Arl^ zona. as the same appears of record tn_ the office of the County Recorder ol Plma County, Arirona. In Book 3, of Map? 1 and Plats at Page 10 thereof which said parcel- of tanri was vacated as · public alley, under the provision.* of »alrt Ordinance No · 1224 above referred to The Mayor and Council reserve the rlgrr tn reject any and all hids Dated this nth day of October 1950. Ill CARI M KITT. Stall C«tv Tlerk Putillsh- Oct 8. 10. It. II. 13. K '« 17- '» S 20. 31 23 24. 25. 26 27. 28- 30 Jl Nov 1 J. 3, 4. 8. 7. 8. 9 10 u IS50 BEFORE THS ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION DOCKET No. R-11I3S IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF TUCSON RAPID TRANSIT COMPANY A CORPORATION. FOS PER. MISSION AND CONSENT TO ZONE ITS TERRITORY AND . TO ADJUS: AND INCREASE ITS-FARES. . NOTICE OF H E A R I N G OlicE 'IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above entitled matter has been set lot hearing at the City Hall. Tucson. Arizona, on Thursday, the 9th day of November, 1950.-at ten o'clock, a.m. - '.· - Applicant nsks this Commission" to approve - the following schedule of proposed zones, fares ar.d tariffs: - . . "SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED FARES. AND TARIFFS OF- TUCSON RAPID TRANSIT COMPANY ' . . . . . General' School Tares Fares. BEFORE THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION DOCKET No. R-11W IN TOT MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF OLID PUEBLO TRANSIT - COMPANY, A CORPORATION, OPERATING AS A COMMON MOTOR CARRIER FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSF.NGERS FOR COMPENSATION UNDER. CERTIFICATE No. 3195, DOCKET No. 5330-A-1220 FOR PERMISSION TO INCREASE THE RATES CHARGED BY IT FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS IN TUCSON -AND PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA. - . -. ' NOTICE O F H E A R I N G - · NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT th» above entitled, matter' has been set forbearing at the City Hall. Tucson. Arizona. Thursday, the · Sth day of. November,' - 1S50, a( ten o'clock, a.m. .. · Applicant' asks this Commission; -io approve the following schedule 'of proposed zonca, fares a n d tariffs: . . . ' I. Zone No. 1, covering the'area -within a radius of. -two and one-half miles ,from the terminal of the applicant-at Broadway and Caurch Street; and ; Zone. No,. 2. covering all areas outsid« of Zone No. 1. with the. exception'of that portion of Route No. 6, extending from. Highway 89 at Los Realcs Road to San' Xavlcr Mission, which shall be .designated' as-Zone No. 3.. II. (a I The. fare per passenger for n, one way trip within either Zone No. l or: - ·Zone No. 2 shall be ten cents, (b» The fare per passenger, for « one. way trip from Zone No.' l into Zone No. ; 2. or Zone No.'2 Into Zone No. 1-shall be-, fifteen .cents. (c) The fare per, passenger for. · one way trip from Zones Nos:. .1 and 2 to Zone No. 3 or -from Zone No.. 3 to Zones Nos. 1 and 2 shall DC thirty-five cents. (d) The fare for school children during the school term in and between all zones shall be 7 five cents; (c) The use of tokens, shall be eliminated. Said proposed: schedule, wlll'be considered' at the time ; of the hearing: aforesaid; Dnted at Phoenix,, Arizona, this 30th day. : October/ 1950. BY ORDER/OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION' . MEL D.: MICHAEL, Secretiur. ub;:-Kov,-4 19M. -»

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