Chester Times, November 13, 1933, Page 2

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November 13, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania TWO STOCKS QUIET IN NOON MARKET Had Strong Opening Wheat Spurts S Bonds in Steady Tone NEW YORK Nov stock market turned quiet after a CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA MONDAY NOVEMBER 131933 Timely Financial Gossip By ELMER C WALKER United Press Financial Editor NEW YORK Nov valueless dollar these infornmnts say prices nmi commodities have not j Present dollur uncertainty is seen us a risen as fust as some thought they j deterrent to stock market iidvimcos would after announcement of the Reof considerable nature as well as construction Finance Corporation j Lo a rnnl pickup in business The would enter the world gold market as j main object just now seemr to be to a buyer Shorts reduced commitj adjust nuances with the Idea that moms considerably as the stock ex the worst mav happen name y re strong start today A further decline change short report for the end of pudlatlon of the dollar in the dollar along with a new high October 31 indicated but longs are for gold stimulated some buying In still reticent about making long term the early dealing but this was quickly purchases The public is still out of exhausted and the list marked time Commodities were stronger ihau stocks Wheat spurted more than 2 cents a bushel and held most of Its gains with other grains up in sym pathy Silver went to a new high in Silver Last week set a new record for the the market and the professionals do Quantity of silver futures traded and not seem to have the desire or the ability to generate a real bull market Confidence According to some observers there heavy dealings up nearly a cent an are many traders evening up their ac price of silver metal rose to a threeyear high Silver seems to be the only commodity making a whole hearted response to the administra tions plans for commodity price rise The reason for the demand for the ouncc Cotton ruled 15 cents a bale counts in the stock market putting wlvite metal Is not entirely clear A higher some of their funds into equity se logiraln explanation might be that after Government bonds quieted down curities whose companies have com silver is s ter a higher opening in stocks and i inodity Inventories Balances are precious n metal and it naturally would receded from its highs Heavy dealings nnd higher prices in the Curtiss Wright Issues were outi standing This followed the news i Radio that the company had completed a j Simmons Co deal with Russia for the manufacture Southern Pacific Your Health Released by the Delaware Count Medical Society this was followed by a moderate rise j ing sent abroad as a hedge ugalnst a rise with gold in mild proportion In which gains ran to 2 points Some profit taking followed and the list Last days 1230 Close Open Prices Tx 7s 7s 18 18 IK 20 7v 20i 20K 41U 23 2Ji arid rose to a new high for the year Standard Brands 2Hv 247 Oils enjoyed a flurry of buying which i Standard Oil N J 44 44i 44i saw Standard of New Jersey at a new Socrony Vacuum 14i peak far the year but this failed to I Standard G E ni carry through j Texas Land 7i U S Steel and N Y Central were Texas Gulf Sulphur 41 of engines Scars Roebuck Patino Mines was again in demand Southern flwy strong leaders for a while but sub sided later Rails generally T Texas Corp United Corp quiet as loading continued their sea United Gas Imp sonal downtrend Motor shares did little and the farm U S Leather U S Steel stocks failed to make any Important Un Aircraft T response to the higher grain prices i Vanadium Steel Utilities ruled in a narrow range Westinijhouse Klec The rise in the R F C gold price i Warner Bros Pict to an ounce fell flat as a Woolworth 3S7 25 5i 15 i 42i 201 H 9 7 41 25i 8 There was a young fellow named Nye With a cataract over his eye Like the King of Siam He said Surely I am Going to have it removed by and by FINANCIAL NEWS TOLD BRIEFLY Steel Output Decline Seen Slower FierceArrow Renders Report Despite thc low level of steelworks operations ns the 00day trial period for thc steel code approaches an end the magazine Steel said today Hint steel makers were convinced real prog ress has been made The weekly review noted that op erations were lit 24 per cent com pared with 51 per cent when the President signed the code Despite this loss the review went on steelmakers are convinced real progress has been made and that the groundwork has been laid for a more rapid rise when present seasonal Influences have run their course The rate of decline is slower A year HRO this time the rate was 20 per cent and falling to a yearend low of 12 per cent Steaiying factors are more appar ent this year and may overcome much of the seasonal inertia With stocks in general consumers hands still heavy only moderate buying is ex pected for actual requirements over the remainder of the year First specifications for new auto mobiles are being released Railroad buying is beginning to assume larger proportions New construction proj ects are restricted almost entirely to ulus on the gold mining shares Sil ver stocks were likewise dull in the face of the spurt in the metal Packing shares pointed higher on reports of better earnings while the Western Maryland And removal of n cataract over 26i the eye is about as simple as that Vi nowadays Whereas for centuries scientists 10i were searching for some knowledge of the cause and cure for this form 34 of blindness And still it is a delicate and diffl 39 cult operation irs King Prahadhipok of Siani came 3S1 to thc United States for his opera Bi lion New York Curb Am Gas Elec tobaccos showed a lifting of pressure Am Super Power Associated G E Quotations furnished bv Montgomery Scot and Co Members Philadelphia and New York Stock Exchange To Last days 1230 Close Open Prices 157s 51 507s 51s lli IPi 18i 18 Anaconda Copper Atchison T S Am For Pr 10 51 Amer Smelt 48 Am Steel Fdry Am Can 91 i Am Radiator 13 Central States Elec 22 I1 Elec Bond Share 16j Kii Ford 6s Lchigh Coal 6f Pcnnroad Corp 2i United Gas A surgeon in a midWestern State has removed 300 cataracts with but 1 two disappointments And the exceptions are clue to coin plications other than cataracts The ancient Greeks and Egyptians had an erroneous theory They assumed some sort of fluid or humor collected in the upper parts of the eye and slowly seeped down j from above as a waterfall or cata public works interspersed with a few breweries Strikes in eastern shipyards are Interfering with plate orders and fabrication fron and steel producers are cognizant of a strong feeling at Washing ton against further price ad vances on heavy materials and arc not disposed to take a contrary at titude Pig iron shipments this month are moderately nhend of the comparable period in October October was the third consecutive month of the do clme in steel ingot production the I clnily gross being per cent below September and the lowest since May ENTRUSTED WITH THE DETAILS OF A NATION ncvei lows for these tireless youngwomen who arc important cogs in the government machinery L011 IJlf re niuht anil day to clear away he mass of detail that Kathers i gaers around their important employers You rarely hear of these young women but you know their bosses who readily admit they would he swamped withonf tlicir steadfast helpers Above left In right are Margaret Le al secretary to President Roosevelt Grace Falkc secretary to IXoy Tugwcll member of the brain they Hand confidential t iff v K i i i iu Mitiimsu UL me uriilll trust Louise Hackmeister first switchboard latly of the land whn operates the hoard in the executive mansion ami 1ranees Robinson enercctic rislit hand of General Hiifli Johnson NRA chief Below left is Mary lluss secretary to Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace and right Charlotte Smith aide of M L Wilson of the DcjiartmcntDf Interior OBITUARY Oilier ObltuarlM will ba fouud on page eight Here and There NEWS NOTES OF CHESTJMUNTY Personal and Social penings for Times Readers Mr and Mrs E Leioy Jones son and daughterinlaw of Mr and Mrs Harry M Jones of Malvcrn who have made their home in Philadel phia for the past five years moved to Lancaster Miss Leila P Hiddlcson has re sumed her duties at the National Bank of Chester County and Trust Company after being confined to her room in West Chester on account of illness Mrs Margaret Doto West Chester was admitted to the Hospital for medical study Mrs Lillian Keithly of Paoli was operated upon at the Homeoohatia Hospital Howard Troutman of West Ches ter who is a patient at the Chester County Hospital is reported improv ing BONDS Sweeney Clyde 29 East Fifth Street MARTHA E RICHARDS WEST END NEGRO DIES SUDDENLY Clarence 25 Negro of f St Michilels Church the 200 block Central avenue who i T tlmd strel show this evening in St Mi I f i i ii i iitio wviiiiiig in OW Sale of the Ollddcn Company for Martha E Richards age 95 died stnckcn by illness at his home chads School Auditorium A dance the fiscal year ended October 31 1933 on Saturday afternoon at the homeearly chL mominB was pronounced will follow the show S22 her sister Dr Ellen E Brown 714 in n en rown in the preceding fiscal year Madison street where she had been Grand Union Company reports i Set would tumble foainl i CndCd 92 12 s 24i 31 23 A M Byers 24i Chesapeake Ohio 40U 8 20 Air Reduction 102Vi 103KM Am Tel A M8Lli Allied Chemical 134 Atlantic Refininor 301 Auburn 4214 Am Power Light 8 Alaska Juneau Amer 3ntl Aviation Corp Baldwin Loco Baltimore Ohio Bendix Aviation Bethlehem Steel Borden Co Briggs Mfg 135 so 43 81 Garden City The November Court of Honor of ithe Chester District was held at the headquarters of Garden City Troop No 30 on Pine road recently Owing to the fact that the Garden City troop had more scouts ready to pass merit badge tests its headquarters were chosen as the meeting place Richard K V Kerth and Llewel I lyn Jones were awarded Star Scout certificates Richard Kerth also I passed first aid merit badge Llewel j lyn Jonjs and Charles Walters passed electricity badge test and Rulon Dempster passed first aid to animals Sli 23 9U 24 401 40 3li 23 9 Cerro de Pasce 40 Common South 2i 2 Curtis Wright 2N Consolidated Oil 12H 12 Congoleum Nairn 23s 23 Columbia G E 12 Consolidated Gas 39 J I Case 72 71 Continental Can G5T Commercial Solv 337i 33 j tesl for merit badge The rest of the troop acted ns guides to the mem bers of the Courl of Honor At lust nights meeting of the troop oil HnnT Lynch chairman of the troop committee surprised the troop by presenting a chocolate cake Mrs William Rhyme of Willow ing over thc edge of a clifl Hence the word cataract As a matter of fact about 1730 i a French eye surgeon discovered that it was the normal lens of the eye that hvd become white Now the white lens is removed and glasses fitted that take its place and give sight The modern operation takes only five to ten minutes to perform Local anesthetics are dropped into the eye and there is little or no pain at all Thc patient Is kept in bed for two or three clays and in a few more days is able to read the finest print and go about his or her business The very young and the quite old have cataracts over their eyes re moved 4 of ill for only a short s Richards who has resided in city for the past 10 years was in oTtlfc late Orreii and Salome Brown She American Commercial Alcohol net iwaa at the Laelers Scm the quarter ended Sop inUv Charlottsville N Y and was prolUs for the quar tember 30 amounted to S85 404 Equated from there at the age of compared with S1C0417 in the third18 when sne entered the teaching I profession in which she remained active for six years until her mar riage to Dr William Richards of quarter of last year Havana Electric Railway Company reports for the period from January 1 1933 to November 5 1333 gross Natick Mass Upon the death of Dr Richards revenues of 51946135 an increase of about 10 years ago Mrs Richards S2S06 over the same period of last I came to live with her sister in this year city During her years of married life at Natick Mrs Richards was i icrceArrow ivlotor Car Company active in church and welfare circles and subsidiaries for the quarter and was a life member of the ended September 30 1333 report a l W C T U and the Order of the net loss of S17915 compared with i Eastern Star She was also a certi a net loss of for the cor dead upon his arrival at the Chester Hospital One of the men who assisted In i taking Richardson to the hospital said that he had been advised by the father of the man that Dr Miller had Members of the combined Vet Wl1 West t meetms Rt 8 Clocc Le r eai y r j j business matters pertaining to the The police were notified and PaI Armistice Dav trolmcn Reardon and Burns went to the hospital and placed three men Armistice Day celebrations Hose crews of the Moyamensing were John White Reaney out UKlay to asslst Deshong Park Fields Edwards street Mat Hollis mPloes m washing down the wad Reaney street and Edith Stocks Edi lng pco alter 1C had been drained wards street They were permitted r the wimer months to return to their homes with inj R M GoodTieart of Trindle j iting his cousin Lester Lichtenberger of 316Rose street NOTORIOUS CRIMINAL SLAIN PEORIA III Nov Rus Agc is no deterrent as there Is j Desponding period of 1932 For the iJVLl UlUJ llUU O ti field graduate of the Chautauqua Li STB Hughes reputed confederate of Fifteen pairs of shoes represented icjbrary Course Her advanced age 1LUUas ls one of the mid the loot taken by burglars who broke THIEVES TAKE SHOES 40rs Two months ago she appeared j 51706748 for the nine months ended Funeral services will be held to again in the pages of a leading i September 30 1032 I Robert Emerson o Willow road i is having his newly purchased home Chrysler Del Lack W Rvv 43i 24 i duPont de Nemours S0ni 15 6 18T 31 21 36 39s IS 27 5 21 i 53 22 30 29 17 Elec Autolite El Power Light Great Northern General Motors General Electric General Foods Gold Dust Hudson Motors Int Harvester Int Tel Tel Illinois Central Industrial Rayon Int Nickel Johns Mnnvillc Kennecott Lambert Co Loews Inc Lorrilard Ma McKeesp Monte on Mis N Northern Pacific 22 Nash Motors 20 N Y Ship Bid lfla Nat Dairy Products 15i No Amor Aviation 5rv No Amer Co 17 Nat Cash Register Packard 31 Public Service N J 34 I Pure Oil 12 I Phillips Petroleum 16 Perm a R R 27i Republic Stool Remington Rand 24 80 19 3ii 21 5 36i 17i 10S 15 27 39 73 66 33i 80T 161 6 19 31i 2m 36 s 177s 10 401 painted Isaac Lee of Ash road admitted to the Poitstowri CIIO HE II been Lucky Lady She too had cataracts over her eyes and was almost blind She is lucky because she j morrow afternoon at the home of i Dr Brown and they will be followed net TT T1 L tiiivi Wamei Brothers Pictures report by private interment t loss for the year ended Septemi Patients discharged from the Lewis Croze iHospital durintt llVJ weekend were Mrs ler 810 Jeffrey street Mrs Rosre Czarenko 2512 West Sixth John Connor 1312 Lincoln street Prospect Park Mrs Charles Ripka 1511 Walnut street and Mrs H Nichols 2414 West Second street in sight following bcr 26 of 56291748 compared NE net nss nf UO YOU KNOW for the fiscalj For the third quarter the com AT GLEN MILLS Work is progressing on a new the third quarter bridge at Glen Mills near the In a statement to stockholders Pennsylvania Railroad station Thi Harry M Warner president said iold bridge which had stood for The eyes of Orientals are not ob1 the company earned a small mnny nas been removed and lique The slit appearance is profit during September and October workmen are now preparing to lay caused by the low nose bridge sup huttaken as n whole for the tne foundations for the new struc i lne upper lid Thc lid thus rent and box office receipts tllre which will be built of steel Helpri i nlld aPPsars Mongolian Such showed a substantial reduction combining strength u oblique eyes are not uncommon in parcel wiih the previous vear allct durability 1 rililrJrfln nf ViirfU Port of Chester slowly it may I persist for months even into adult lifrt I life I 167 1 Is isun rises 643 a m Sets 446 p m i COLWYN RESIDENT High water 003 a m rnd p m Low water 611 a m and 640 p 30i 29i CITY POLICE COURT HEARINGS TODAY QUALITY ALWAYS News of Shipping With the Four prison in police this KILLED RY TR i monln denied their freedom iviuurvu U 1 IKAliNjto ccleurnie the return of liquor in i i 11 way on December o when j Crossing the Pennsylvania RaiI aie were stntfnced 10 serve 30days road tracks just west of Island road j mthc coumy jail by Magistrate START RIGHT AWAY Free extractions by painless methods invite you to start toward needed dental services imme diately My plate and bridge work is of ihe most skilful and advanced design My professional charges are adjusted to make them attractive to your means Save and start now My free offer is for R limited time Loose or Broken Plates Repaired While You Wait DR SHORE Cor 7th Welsh Sts Above Stacvs Shoe Repair CHESTER dvance enuine as rcprcsentin 20 107 16 35 10i 17 16 35 13 241 tlicir workers who I ipolice fifth walking ma since last ound down and e Shingle 4f ro homo arrested PalIolnicn itrict it pjiia notified by the manwho found Market streets on The International is attempting to Kccnan took tlic body to Mercy iiosi nrday on similar VhilVgc Wil pltal Physicians there said the back i iiain Dixon no of his head had been torn ofT i plied al Police station on Saturday organize the workers who are de manding 75 cents an hour straight time and SI10 an hour for overtime Delaware River News pltal Physicians there snid the back i iiain Dixon 43 no homo who ap r his head find been torn ofT j filieri at police station on Saturday Scrrath Keen an 21 year od I niEht for lodsini nnd Frank daugbter made the identification j nms 18 Niro of Fulion steet She said her father always crossed j was rrestid Ssittirday night by BREAKWATER Nov thptrncSs at that point oil his way Special OffiooKdcii Williams gave D LEONARD New Haven to tilcir home on Walnut street some thc officer 1 hiOo when hewas FPnAST Vo VrML T five blocks riistniil I GULFCOAST New York LEXINCi fivc blocks distant What Does Your First Name Mean Are you a nublic army man or cheerful or mosi noble AIT Vou a serpent or one who blse Q an attendant nt a Do you bear a spear or brnr virtorv Are you he faihrr i a tude or thr son o furrov Your given nnnif iivn any one of these Voi r mn have given nrv ihoucSsi to th matter bu given iuine snr nc from Bibjicni anciFru raid imth ological nistory u rican something and tvn r them have an sory hrhind them The booklcl GIVKV which this newspprr is ofirrinR to its reader itsi to 5 thousand firs nam wlib origin and v0j certain to find hi boo ing arci nsiicivr Get your nav is only ten cfiir THIS The Chester Times In format irm Frederic J Hiskin Dirrcior Wasliinglon C I enclose herewith TKN OXTS in coin carefully wrapprti for copy of tht booklet on GIVEN NAMES i TON Miami etc ONTARIO Bo5i i Inn UPSHUR Providence CITY OP PHILADELPHIA Houston D E L A W A R E RIVER INHUiKO IN FALL Raymond j placed under i Frank Hubble Krln strrp j arrested by PinrnHmn Roirn nci this Kfrin Srccts ING t PROVISION CO Phones THIS IS AN UNRE STRICTED OFFERING MOST UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY BUY BUY BUY SALE SUNOCO Bridgeport prompt treatment for his injury llats Behind Your Stock he refused to lenv h being supplied i a tv Of water was discharge wirh i to nin to leave town withnur rclav Brosk was taken to ID Cirst Street City State to Washington n C JAS KLlXTRIC j California it owns thc StandardPa1 treated for rxci K locked rpital and mkin before hcadquar Pacific Line which transports nat 1535 VI 1531 y 1531 Y Oiv STK 1933 29 00 ZOO zfcz ZOO RTS too 32 oo lialiy in the of further eco nomic recovery despite Mm pressure bisie broupht for reduced rales cs Bvovn 28 bv a f boatmnn cm coinpany who 3013 West fith St West 6th St 1017 West fith St 101S West Uh St 102 West 6th St 3023 West 01 h HI 3025 West fith St 3027 West lith St 3029 West 6th St 303 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conj tribute thc balance which amounus to about 25 per cent In company witli the Standard Oil Company of for All riRhts reserved CambririEe Associates Boston Edwnrd McCray 3R Negro I Chester pike Iiidlcy Pnrk arrested at Second and Welsh streets SiturI dny nighl on in nvault and battery i rharpe wns ordered held pending I furthr investigation I TODS Thomas Stloflfl 1008 Thomas St loOO 1012 Thomas Si lSOO 101S Tlvimis St EACH HOUSE l moms ami btlh hot air heal cicciricily frnnt roofs and stoves in firstclass order newly papered and painted Each house rents for per month BUY ONE OF THESE HOMES nnd your monthly cost will ht so liltle that you can start a HANK ACCOUNT with what you will save in your present rent SWEENEY CLYDE Ajjenls for Owners K St Shrine fiUl Dont confuse tiiis divanwith cheaply constructed affairs In thc first place it is made by Simmons It lias 2 INNERSPRING MATTRESSES with a BOXSPRING BASE It also opens instantly into a double bed if desired And it also comes in pretty colored fabrics of your choice At this low price it is still a Real Value AS LITTLE AS 1 WEEKLY PAYS FOR IT ;

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