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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              EARLY GAINS INNOONMARKET Easiness in Commodities Brings Selling on N Y Stock Exchange NEW YORK Oct Easiness in the commodity markets combined with weakness In the gold mining shares brought some selling into thc stock market today cutting down forenoon gains substantially The weakness in the commodity market centered chiefly on wheat where losses of more than a cent a bushel were recorcd The cotton market after selling down about 75 cents a bale recovered most of this loss following the government crop report Selling of the gold shares was ap parent from the start and brought losses of 1 to more than 2 points in such issues as Alaska Juneau United States Smelting and Mclntyre Liquor shares were the prime favor ites under the lead of National Dis tillers which crossed par before meet ing with selling Shares of the leading carriers in cluding New York Central Union Pacific Pennsylvania and Chesa peake and Ohio were only moder ately higher in light trading Stock Exchange Quotations furnished br Montgomery Scotl and Co Members Philadelphia and New York Stock Exchange To Last days 1230 Close Onen Prices Am For Pr 10 97i Atner Smelt 45 46 44H Am Radiator 14 H Air Reduction 103U 105 105 Am Tel Tel 119H 121 ligu Allied Chemical 139 139 140 Auburn 48i 49i 491 Baldwin Loco 12i 13i Borden Co 24 24 24 Consolidated Oil 13 Consolidated Gas 41j 427i 41 J I Case 69i 7Hj 70i Continental Can 65 66i 67H Elec Autolite 17H IS 17H El Power t Light 7 7U Great Northern 21 21 i 21 General Ueclrie 20M 20 General Foods 35Ti 36 4 36 Int Harvester 38s 39 33 Illinois Central 30U 3iv 31 Industrial Rayon 74U 75i 76 Johns Manville 537i 54U 53 Loews Inc 32 U 311 331 Lorrilard 21 21 McKeesport Tin P 79i 79 Montgomery Ward 207i 21 20 N Y Central 387i 33 U 36 N Y New Haven 18 19U 19 No Amjjr Co 19 20 1 Packard 4 4 4 Public Service N J 3T4 38 371 Fenna R R 29i 30 30 Radio 7si Is Southern Pacific 23 22i 23 Sears Roebuck 41 41 4ii Standard G E 11 n Texas Gulf Sulphur 39s U S 17 16i 1S4 U S Leather Com 10 10i Union Pacific 112VJ 1124 113 Un Aircraft T 33 33 Warner Bros Plot 7Tj 8 New York Curb Am Investors 3 3 3 Associated G E 1 1 i Cities Service aj i Lehigh Coal 7H 8 8U SEEK RELATIVES OF WOMAN HERE f CHESTER TIMjESrCHESTER PA MONDAY OCTOBER 9 1933 Timely Financial Gossip By ELMER C WALZER United Financial Editor NEW YORK Oct most encouraging item in the news just now is the Indication that major business indices are leveling oft in their recent decline or making moder ate gains There are still many labor disputes disrupting progress but Wall Street is not concerned with them since they are considered only tem porary There is feeling of elation In the news the steel index of opera tions is unchanged for the week for the country as a whole that clcp triclty output is showing an upturn that car loadings remain high that building Is picking up that automo bile demand is high and that crude oil production is coming into line with consumption Aulos Recent strikes together with in fore the end of thc year according to some reports from the nuto industry Retail sales in September it is re ported exceeded expectations and the seasonal swings were not as pro nounced as usual If an oversold con dition should develop In this major industry the basis would be laid for a sensational upswing In the Industry to say nothing of thc Industries which supply the materials for automobiles notably the steel industry Juneau The symbol JU for Alaska Juneau Is replaced today with thc unroman tic AJ for no particular reason at all unless the stock exchange U mak ing a longneeded attempt to revise symbols to make them look some thing like thc stocks JU was not bad when one considers AKL for Mat Meson Alkali WY for Aincr Ican Woolen and K for Chrysler It nt least had the advantage of long usage The present symbol for Ju neau AJ formerly designated Ajax Rubber which was stricken from the list February 11 1931 Foreign Recently foreigners have resumed purchases of American stocks and bonds The buying of bonds from foreign has been small as compared with common stocks It is reported that some French convinced i France will not be able to remain on the gold standard arc hcdfiing their resources by buying stocks in New lYork Such operations It is pointed out would result In influx of gold or its equivalent into this country nnd might bring a hardening In dollar rates Late last week the dollar was sharply higher in terms of foreign currencies but the movement so far has not been convincing enough to warrant drawing conclusions Money which is not anchored to gold fluctu ates widely and often makes swings without apparent cause STEEL HOLDING AMID LABOR ILLS Pressure for Deliveries to Beat Code Deadline Stops 7Wcck Drop Despite labor difficulties Pittsburgh district steel mills last week put on enough additional capacity to cancel operating loses In the Buffalo Wheeling and New England districts and hold the national steel average unchanged at 38 per cent according to the magazine Steel Cleveland This first break in a sevenweek decline In production resulted from pressure for deliveries against third quarter contracts which the steel code requires to be effected by October 15 accoldng to the magazine SUIT STARTED AFTER LONG DELAY Police of this city have been noti fied by the police of Kingston N Y that they have picked up a woman supposed to be Gertie Bolden wife of Henry Bolden a resident of this city The woman who Is 23 years old 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds has black bobbed hair and grayish eyes She is suffering from loss of memory and is now in the Kingston Hospital J Allen Wood chief of police of Kingston has requested the local police to locate her relatives here They have scanned the city directory and the telephone have also made a number if inquiries but have been unable to locate anyone by the name or anyone who knows her Should any of the residents know the woman the police would ap preciate receiving any information concerning her relatives or address TODAYS GOLD PRICE WASHINGTON Oct days price for newly mined gold consigned for export or for use in domestic arts and industries was fixed by the treasury at per fine ounce After a delny of several years caused largely by the difficulty of ob taining legal services on Henry Ford the motor magnate trial of a suit and countersuit between the Ford Motor Company and the now defunct Sweeten Automobile Company of Philadelphia got underway today be fore Judge Harry S McDevitt in Common Pleas Court in Philadelphia out of a suit filed by the Ford Motor Company to collect in promis sory notes from the Sweeten agency The Sweeten Company then filed a suit for for damages it averred were suffered when Its agency for Lincoln cars was withdrawn after Ford purchased the Lincoln Motor Car Company from the late Henrv M Leland of Detroit HOG PREY TO FLAMES Two large wooden piers at Hog 1s land in Southwest Philadelphia were levelled early today by a spectacular fire For more than eight hours begin ning nt 2 a m several fire compan ies assisted by the police fire boat Moore which sped from its station at thc foot of Reed street battled the names before they were brought un der control The piers arc Nos I and 6 Each was 100 feet wide nnd 800 feel lonr They were owned by thc government They were reduced to large piles of charred wood A passerby first saw the names and turned in nn alarm When the fire men saw they were unable to save thc piers they directed their efforts to I prevent others from igniting HELP FOR HEARING Isiah Fawcett 32 of the 100 block Jeffrey street was arrested yestrday at Third and Ynrnall streets by the police after he had threatened lo cut Pearl Bcrden 26 of the 500 block of Montgomery street by Patrolmen Caulcy and Lanahan They also took into custody thc woman and Albert Parker 36 of Law street who gave damaging testimony against Fawcett m police court Pearl swore out a warrant for Fawcett wlio will be given a hearing tonight before Magistrate Honan WOMAN AUTHOR REPORTED SAFE NEW YORK ocTT 9rup Tropical radio said today it hnri re ceived a message from the superin tendent of its Belize Honduras radio station telling of ths arrival there of Joan Lowell author in her 46foat schooner Black Hawk after battling a hurricane in the Carrib bcan YoiarHealth9 Released by the Delaware County Medical Society Codes and colds They arc most prevalent this season Most everybody will be affected by codes And too many will be affected bv colds That is the trouble with colds They are catching to stay at home or in bed He wanders among his fcilowmcn sneezing coughing and generally making a disturbance Colds are communicable just as are typhoid fever diphtheria and a host of other communicable dis eases If they were not colds would be no more common than broken legs But because they are most persons have from one to three colds a year If colds were a more disabling dis ease requiring the sufferer to remain at home and In bed not so many of us would be exposed A severe cold well taken care of nt home is hard on the patient but easier on the neighbors A cold is really an infectious dis ease which may locate In any part of the respiratory tract nose pharynx larynx trachea or in the sinuses of the head Thc symptoms are familar enough to everyone Congestion of the mucous mem brane Inflammation sneezing cough Most common colds are fairly self limited They usually end in from five to eight days Unless they become complicated How avoid colds Keep clean exercise eat sensibly rest Keep away from people with colds DID YOU KNOW Threefifths of the total population of the United States have at least two colds a year An ounce of fresh air Is worth pint of cough sprup The extent to which sanitation hns progressed is shown in the fact that ini 1870 there were 209 plumbers gas fitters and steam fitters for each million persons Today there are 2000 such workmen for each million people rt of Chester m and p m The World And All About Map For Teachers And Students The MAP OF THE WORLD has been brought up to date and teachers and students will be fflad to have this revised edition of one of our Washington Informa tion Bureaus finest maps The MAP OF THE WORLD not only shows the entire world m iull colors but has a condensed atlas of important information on tlev1s side Here arc of the things you leani from this map The land water and total area of the world and its population chief agricultural and mineral prpoucts working population of principal countries by occupa tions exports and imports motor hides military air fleets money values religions by population merchant marine tonnage airline distances between principal cities steamship distances between world ports principal mountains lakes rivers seaports and cities daily newspapers motion picture sta tistics radio receiving setsrail road mileaga rau This coupon filled n carefully and mailed with ten cents in coin copy or this nn The Chester Times Information Bureau Frederic J Kaskln Director D C I enlcose herewith TEX CENTS in coin carefully wrapped for a copy of Ihe MAP OF THE Name Street City State News of Shipping Local U S Hydographic Office announces that Packers Island Shoal Light Chesapeake Bay which was recently destroyed by a storm has been reestablished The light has been changed to show flashing white every 5 seconds flash 03 sec onds eclipse 47 seconds of 30 M position Lat 38 44 30 N ion 76 32 KT W Delaware River News MARCUS HOOK Oct under DAUNTLESS up barge under rtKAU up barge under un c under SONNITFP nn lighter I CITY POLICE COURT HEARINGS TODAY Hearings in police court this morn ins before Magistrate Honan were for minor offenses and were disposed of RS follows Jack Kelly 51 of Newark N J arrested by Patrolmen Talbot and Megoniglo on Pennsylvania ave nue Saturday for drunkenness wns discharged Ella Benson 43 of East Mary street arrectcd at Third and Dock streets Saturday night by Patrolmen Rosen and McKcnnn when she was found m an Intoxicated condition said hcr name is Mary Rodgcrs when ar ranged for a hearing She was given hours in a cell when she was un able to pay hcr fine Joseph Smith 38 no home who has been arrested several times on charges of intoxication walked into thc police rtation last night shor after 11 oclock fv of advancing prices and possible strike interruptions it says In all lines of iron and steel new business thc past week was negligible winch is no tin usual occurcnce fol lowing the turn of a quarter and the conclusion of the contracting period Steel reports In a week or ten days mills will have shipped their third quarter ob ligations and be dependent upon strictly current consuming require ments minus whatever withdrawals are made from stock While labor generally is restive only in the Welrton and Immediate Pittsburgh districts have there been aisiurbances and shutdowns Some Pittsburgh mills closed rather than subject loyal employes to Intimida tion The rise in the Pittsburgh dis trict operating rate last week from 30 per cent to 38 with 40 per cent probable this week evidences the minor effect upon production The fuel situation however re rcmnins tense In the week ended September 30 no Connellsvllle beehive coke was made the first blank week in 53 years The deficiency in fuel has been supplied by West Virginia and Kentucky mines New quotations on coke expected this week following a determination of coal are certain to be sharply higher and to effect iron and steel prices In the Birmingham district an advance of 25 cents was posted last week The Bangor Me HydroElectric i Company reports for the twelve months ended August 31 1333 gross income of compared with in the preceding year i Illinois Ball Telephone Company reports for August gross revenues of against m Au gust 1932 and net operating income of compared with Sales of the Walgreen Company for September amounted to compared with in Septem ber 1932 Sales for the first nine months of 1933 totaled agninst 534597448 in the correspond ing period of last year Dow Jones Company says nn advance in steel sheet prices In thi iiot distance future Is believed by many Interests in the industry to be inevitable Labor costs have in creased substantially and steel circles have been busy talking of what they will do about that Industrial Rayon Corporation re ports net profit of for the nine months ended September 30 contrasted with net loss of in thc corresponding period of last year For thc September quarter net profit was against a loss of 598115 in the third quarter of 1932 Unfavorable dividend changes last week totaled twentyone compared with thirteen favorable revisions thus reversing the trend of the last two months says Standard Statistics Company Fourteen dividends were cut and seven passed Two were in creased four were resumed three extras were declared and four initial payments appeared Railroad employment was up 357 per cent at thc middle of September as compared with the same period a month ago the number of employes being 1030090 and 1016951 respec tively the Interstate Commerce Com mission announced today The greatest increase was in trans portation train nnd engine service amounting to 1004 per cent followed by maintenance of equipment and stores G16 per cent and maintenance of way nnd structures 542 per cent Thc vast extent to which the gov ernment has gone in advancing cash to carry the country through the de pression was revealed that it had made cash advances since it began WEALTHY MAN KILLS WIFE DURING SPAT PITTSBURGH Oct 9She loved him so deeply that after lie had shot hcr 5ne on ncr bcd dying she sera chcd out a suicide anol T ufount3f detectives revealed last night explains the deathmur der they cail Mrs LaRoux Soles wife of welltodo Robert Soles exArmy captain of McKeesport Soles was upbraided by Mrs Soles for being on a party with another woman Indignant Soles grabbed a pistol from a dvcsser and fired a bul let which struck his wife below the neart she collapsed to the floor Soles picked her up put her on thc bed and overcome with remorse begged hysterically to be forgiven He had she thought betrayed her love by seeking other women he had stormed at her he hadfinally at tempted to take her lifebut still hr loved him Dying propped up in bed she wrote Ms note in a weak hand I hope you will forgive me for what I am about to do but I am getting no better and of no use o myself or anyone else Lots of love HAVANA SEETHES WITH REVOLT RUMORS ii Means of cognition re n Of chief interest of Piesident Drau San Martins govern ment today as Havana recovered from erS by ineffective niarksmansliiD Political circles seethed with rumors of a counterassault although the city outwardly was calm Soldiers con tinued to search homes of opposition ists lor arms Veterans of the SpanishAmerican War appealed to the President to de port the army officers who were taken prisoners in the recent battle at the National Hotel but the eovernment stand trial in the HAVANA Oct meet ing of prime Importance between the government of President Ramon Grau San Martin and members of 8roups was held Thc exact nature of the con versa not revealed but Grau San Martin was reported to be seeking a peace throughout the republic and ensuring continuance of his regime rEDESTKIANS MISHAP Charles Brinton ofTss East Fifth street suffered a severe laceration of the forehead earlj yesterday morning when he tripped and fell at the cor ner of Third and Market vm the pavement with blood flowing from the wound by Patrolman Rogzinski who had him taken to thc Chester Hospital Three stitches were required to close the wound v HAUNTING GRIDIRON QUARTET ng Howard Kriss and Dan Fitzsimmons Here and There GAS STATION HELD UP QUAKERTOWN youthful bandits today held up Wilmer Amey at his nursery and gas station on the Bethlehem pike north o here and escaped with m cash and 18 gallons of gasoline The Ford strikers have rented a building located at the northeast corner of Second and Pcnncll streets which will be used as headquarters during the continuation of the strike A luncheon meeting of the board of directors of the Merchants Divi sion of the Delaware County Cham ber of Commerce was held today at the Chester Club 511 Welsh street Announcement is made of a meet ing of the executive committee of the Alumni Association of Temple University which will be held this evening at a restaurant at Sixty ninthstreet The meeting will be precededJjy a dinner Dy Raymond T WycofT of Upper Darby will pre side A new fire hydrant was installed today at the intersection of Twentieth street and Providence avenue where the oV dhydrant was damaged when struck by an automobile Repairmen of thc Southern Penn sylvania Traction Company today the old hydrant was damaged when Eleventh street and Edgmont avenue Directors of the Chester Real EstateBoard met this afternoon at the Chester Club 511 Welsh street at 4 oclock totaling fBa8ol9363 have been received j Banks and trust companies bor rowed S123311442046 Bl and re j paid 561079495117 j Railroads obtained I and repaid 85057189545 Crop loans wore 512100381870 of Other Obituaries will be on page eight with a sentence of 90 days Roach 27 of thc 200 block who was picked up at Third and Market streets yesterday afternoon by Patrolman Maguire j when he was foimd to be under thc i Influence of liquor was sen tin1 increase in August net j ating income compared with a year ago The figure was i against Gross was S753178o i against S70351R9 i Gross for thc first eight KATE STEWART Kate W Stewart widow of Edward H Stewart and daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Woolley died Saturday at the home of her parents 802 Glen Terrace after many years of ill health Mrs Stewart who was born in Nottingham England came to this country with hcr parents in 1890 and resided in the vicinity of this city since that time Her father is con nected with thc Sun Shipbuilding and Drydocfo Company and her late hus band was formerly pastor of Trainer Methodist Episcopal Church Mrs Stewart was most active In the membership of the South Ches ter Methodist Episcopal Church time of coming to this country In addition to her pare who survive her are a ham Woolley and three sisters Mrs Ralph Malany Mrs Howard Painter and Nellie M Woolley all of this city Funeral services will be held to morrow afternoon at the home of Mrs Stewarts parents Mr and Mrs Edward Woolley 802 Glen Terrace followed by interment in Chester Rural cemetery CHARLES A BARNES Charles A Barnes well known among merchants of this city died on Saturday at his home 12 West Avon road Parkslde Born 72 years ago in Smyrna Del Mr Barnes had coma to this section I about 45 years ago and had resided I here since that time For a number of years he was engaged in the in tenor decorating business with an i establishment located on West Third I street For a number of years he had been retired from active business i In the affairs of the Third Presbv terian Church Mr Barnes MURDER TRIAL IS POSTPONED AUTO AND TROLLEY CAR IN COLLISION A woman and two men were in jured about 5 oclock this morning when an automobile driven by Elvin Able 27 of Tenth and Townsend streets and a trolley car of the Phila delphia Rapid Transit Company col lided at Ninth and Walnut streets The trolley car was being operated by William Folks of Folsom and was going south on Upland street when the automobile driven by Able going east on Ninth street collided with it Able claimed the electric vehicle did not stop at the street crossing and further that theglass in the front of the car was covered with oew which interfered wiftithe mo tormans vision Mrs Ruby Tar of 20 Walnut street suffered a broken arm and her hus band James Tar suffered cuts about the face Mrs Tar was admitted to the Chester Hospital Her husband was treated at the institution Both were ridhjg with Able when the acci dent occurred Able sustained cuts of the face and arm and was also tieated at the hospital The front platform was torn off the bolley car and the vehicle was thrown from the rails GETS JAIL TERM Announcementwas made at Media this morning whrn court opened that the trial ofLulgi Pugillese for the murder of Bernard Creegan a Ridley township policeman 10 years ago had been postponed indsfinitely because of the defendants counsel Merwyn R Turk being busy in the Federal Court Philadslphia Crecgan was slain in LciperviUe Pugiliese who is charged with the crime is said to have fled to New York wherehe was arrested about a month ago and brought back to stsnd trial A number of other cases also have been postponed on account of at torneys for defendants in the county rum ring probe case now being tried in the Federal Court being in at tendance there LARGE AUDIENCE GREETS LECTURER One of the most unusual and in spiring programs presented In Chester was given last night by the eminent Palestinian author and lecturer Princess Rahme Haidar before a large and appreciative audience In the First Baptist Church Seventh and Pulton streets Descendant from a long line of Semitic royalty the princess was garbed in the traditional costume of her race She speaks English fluently occassionally dropping into a bit of Oriental accent which with her tume and the Palestlan music of the program left the Impression of some thing indefinably Eastern on the minds of her audience Choosing as her theme Under Syrian Stars Princess Rahme painted in vivid strokes the Holy Land of today and which she as a native knows most intimately With a beautifully worded tribute to the land of her birth the cradle of Christianity R a h in a evinced the hope that some day her native land would again play the im portant part in the fortunes and af fairs of the human race as in early days She was ably assisted by her coworker Miss Lucille Burgess who sang with the princess some of the weird Palestinian songs Tonight at 8 oclock In the church the princess assisted by Miss Burgess will present her famous dramatization of the Bible story The Healing of Naaman the Leper OKLA DESPERADOES IN KANSAS PRISON LEAVENWORTH Kan Oct federal prison numbers today designated two of Americas mostfeared desperadoes Harvey J Bailey and Albert Bates The two gunmen were hurried by airplane to begin serving life sen tences for the ransom kid naping of Charles F Urschel mil lionanre Oklahoma oil operator They were convicted in the first test of the new federal Lindbergh Law aimed at interstate kidnaping was one of the actual abductors Assigned numbers and clad in blus denim prison uniforms the two des peradoes were locked in receiving cells for three days of observation be fore being assigned to regular places in the penitentiary community Ten heavilyarmed federal officers accompanied the pair here from Okla homa City in a trimotored plane At the military flying field an armored motorcar met the airplane and whisked the two shackled prisoners and their armed escort to the peni tentiary annex Federal officers took elaborate pre cautions to prevent a possible attempt at rescue by friends of the notorious pair Baileys only comment before prison doors clanged shut behind him was that the walls look pretty high for me to get OV Magistrate Honan in police court this morning to serve 90 days in the county jailon a drunk and disorderly charge THEFT CHANGE UNCOVERED BY U S CHICAGO Oct indi eating that a huge clearing housa for stolen securities had its operat ing headquarters here has been un covered by Federal agents investu j gating the Chicago mail rob bery forwhich 20 parsons have been arrested and several indicted Walter Johnson chief postal in 1 spector made the disclosure as an j aftermath of the suicide of Edgar B gone to a house in Leipers flats oc wife Negroos Saturday midnight Later she went outside and sat down on a bench in front of the house Feeling a little chilled by the night jair she borrowed a coat belonging to ithe Thomas woman and started for this city Thomas followed her down the Chester pike and later to the vi chrity of Twelfth and Crosby streets where police found Agnes hiding in a Held Thomas was fined and costs Be ing unable to pay he was committed to jail for 10 dajs GETS REVIEW OF CASE WASHINGTON Oct The Clarks Ferry Bridge Company operating a toll span across the Sus ciuelianna river on main traffic routes leading into Pittsburgh Pa today j was granted a Supreme Court review Of its suit to enjoin the enforcement of an 80ccnt toll j owner which threw the into bold relief United States Attorney Dwight H Green disclosed that Lebensberger was one of thoss named in secret in dictments charging possession of stolen securities and conspiracy Green said investigation pursuant to the robbery last December revealed an amazing underworld syndicate that dealt solely in stolen securities The syndicate he said apparently operated through gambling houses j and night club figures and spread its i tentacles throughout at least seven states WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC the sec organization in the elec trical equipment WcTSTlflGHOLISE EtflCTRlC Supply Company which has aooui 66 wholesale outlets in the United States and the Westlnghouse Electric International Company which pro j foreign countries As a result of the j decline in demand for electric power sales of new equipment to power corn J panics has fallen drastically during i recent ycars and revenues have been I adversely affected with thc result that I a deficit has been Incurred in each of i the past two years Financial posi t IfVll the i amounted to 1549324 Thc figures cover operating ac tlvities only and do not include j Masonic Lodge of his na tive town In addition to his widow Hannah Thc United States has succeeded i in maintaining its position as the leading export nation of the world despite trade and exchange barriers thc Department of Commerce Wash ington reported today in a compre henslvc survey of foreign trade i During the first eight months of this year thc United States exported goods worth S8SO131000 This busii ness was slightly under the levels of the prcccoding year which set a i Funeral services will be held at his late home on Wednesday morning followed by interment in Odd Fel lows cemetery Smyrna Del T C LINDSAY Funeral services for Thomas c Lindsay husband of Bertie M Lind say of 1331 Hancock street who died tliis morning will be held i day afternoon at the funeral 1932 1000000 a decline of SAY PRISONS FAIL ATLANTIC CITY N J Oct severity has been tried and has failed pcnolosists attending thc conference of the American Prison Association agreed today They urged the application of psychologi cal principles despite the publics demand of no coddling CROZER HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs Esther Davis 134 East Four teenth street was admitted to the J Lewis Crozer Hospital yesterday Patients discharged from the hos pital were Mrs Margaret Betz Jeffer son street Woodlyn and Howard Davis 134 East Fourteenth street HIGHSPEED CARS TO PHILADELPHIA CITY HALL SHORT LINE From Market SquareChvsTei Every afeven minutes with additional tervice Morning and Evening Through Con Without la IDDYSTONS t S T I R FSSINGTON ILMWOOD and PHILADELPHIA Free Tranfcr to Market 1931 In the six 37 per cent 30 last a loss of lower prices Because of the volume of of in this Held j both in the United States and foreign ilTles Its Products range from pment such as generators oiner heavy apparatus used in Capitalization Funded Debt nebt 7 Pfd Stock J50 par 3 998 700 Common Stock par Sl29309oao Current Data Westinghouses Au gust bookings are said to have been acout la per cent ahead of thc cor responding 1932 month and it Is cur rently estimated that bookings for the entire third quarter amounted to slightly ess than com COTTON CROP REPORT SEES CURTAILMENT WASHINGTON Oct Agriculture Department today cstii cotton Production at 12885000 bales compared with 13 002000 bales last year i At the same time thc Census Bu that the 1933 crop prior to October 1 compared with 4833500 for thc cor responding psriod in 1932 and 5409 657 in 1931 Painless Ixtractions Plate or S A M to P M Wed Frl 9 A M to S P M Right Away TIME PAYMENTS AS LOW AS WEEK PLATES GUARANTEED TO FIT Only s 10 LOOSE OR BROKEN PLATES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT DR SHORE COR SEVENTH WELSH STS CHESTER The New Deal Kept Him on the Jump What with helping to get my companys code of practice adjusted to the NRA and serving on trade committees Ive sure been on the jump this summer Ive had no time to watch my investments and they certainly need watching While out of town I missed a chance to sell some real estate I own and almost let my insurance premium run beyond the 30 days grace Whats a man to do whea hes crowded to the limit A NY man confronted with troubles of this kind can secure ready relief by establishing an Agency Account with this bank For a moderate we will accept yoursecuri ties for safekeeping and will buy or sell if you so direct We will clip coupons be on the lookout for call dates collect i ncome from securities or real estate to be credited to your checking account your fixed obligations taxes interest and insur ance In short we would give the attention to your that you would normally do yourself An Agency Account can save you time and money and relieve your mind It can be set up at once and terminated whenever you wish CHESTERCAMBRIDGE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Ftarrtl SjsHm CHESTER PA MARCUS HOOK fcv 1   

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