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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 20, 1934, Chester, Pennsylvania                              TWO CHESTER PA SATURDAY JANUARY 20 1934 FINANCIAL NEWS TOLD BRIEFLY Warner Bros Pictures Show Profit Construe lionTrends Up Whats Behind Your Stock AMERICAN TOBACCO B American Tobacco is a loading manufacturer of cifiarcttei and mis cellaneous tobacco products Through and Lord Salisbury cigarettes and Hoar Bull Durham and MOTORISTS MUST ANSWER QUESTION WEST END SCHOOL ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS Warner Bros Pictures and subi sidiaries 13 weeks ended November 25 1033 shows net profit after depreciation amortization in terest Federal taxes minority in tcrest etc but excluding net profit after Federal taxes of on redemption of 6 per cent convcr tible debentures and bonds of sub sidiaries which was credited to dc iicit account This Is equalto a share on 103107 no par shares of 5385 cumulative preferred stock on which dividends have been paid 10 j and including March 1 1932 This is the first quarter since 1930 the company has reported a profit from operations For the 13 weeks ended November 26 1932 company rcporird j sllbsdlnrCSi u B 100 BO rrKf A RAT J i i ii SI 1933 If OOR fuoo 5 pany it Is Interested In this concerns i Crcmo cigars and iidvcrllsJng cam paigns have added to the popularity S of this brand In recent years Earn hiss have been maintained at a rcla i lively high level throughout the dc piession although reduction in wholc up Act with motor vehicle the reporting tleajctl The club emphasizes that every op erator applying for renewal of driving licenses for 1934 must state on his ap plication the number of accidents in prices in 193U in an attempt Hi which he wan involved in the 12 counteract competition from ten months preceding of application cent brands Is believed lo have reeardkwi or lhc amountof damage brought about a considerable decline I in profits last year claimed or paid Many motorists said J Borton In 1032 earnings amounted to Weeks president of theclub tip per share us against profits of SOOB pear to be under the Impression It is per share In 1031 It is currently not necessary to note accidents on the fMimntfd that profits for 1933 doimplication blank unless the operator cllnrd to 00 per share i was involved In two or more the aggregate damage of which exceeded Funded Debt Benjamin Franklin Day was ab licrvcd at DewcyMann School asj Kcmbly exercises in the school at i Third and Jeffrey streets this week Timely Financial Gossip By ELMER C WALZER United PrcH nnnnclnl Editor NEW YORK Jan and the presented a program stock market turned active and strong of special interest A patriotic this week Trading was the most ac a salute to the j live since late July while prices ad flagand the Pledge of Allegiance vanced to the highest levels since to the country began the impressive j September 19 exercises Stories from the life of j Railroad shares made the best Benjamin Franklin wore told by sev showing although all groups par cral extolling the activities of i tlclpatcd In the rise with the excep the statesmen inventor writer and j tlon of the wet stocks and they philanthropist rallied slightly late in Ihe week S9337M Cum Pfd Common Stock Par Tin misundcrslandinK has arisen from the fact that the law requires proof of financial responsibility when Walter Kozicki tplcl the story of Sugars and other Issues with a Cuban The Walter Zyauych The angle rose sharply as indications Candlcmakcrs Harold Phillips pointed to early U S recognition of The Boy of the Printing i the new Cuban regime Rubbers were Three and given a whirl motors regained popu aiol The Kile Experiment larlty utilities had a fairly good Econa Rich Jessie Koziol Helen Bojanek showed picture slides ot scenes visited by Franklin A oneact playet entitled Ben net loss of 51746762 after rharfies and taxes but exclusive of onethird of ihn domestic production of cigarettes and smoking tobacco its lending brand Lucky Strike ciga 1 rcttes being Lhc most important contributor to revenues Other brands include Sweet Caporal Pal Mall of debentures and bonds of which was credited to deficit count Metropolitan Edison Company and subsidiaries report for 1933 net in come of against in 1932 Peoples Drug Stores Company de clared a special dividend of SO ccnus lo hcw on the common stock payable A fai as ruary 1 to holdings of record Jan In demand and higher public purchas ing power All rights reserved Cambridge Associates Boston Operations of the Howe Bound Company for the psst year resulted in net income of S327449 equivalent to Sl74 a share compared with a net loss of for 1Q32 Ion Company de a spcciu dividend of 28 to slock of basic matter discussion is revived ns to the possibility of Inflation and 111 is week has been no exception lo lhc rule However Ihe best opinion Is that the Administration desires to along conservative so ihiit it Is fair to assume that the s a tis factory performance of the market of lute Is a reflection of lhc belief that definite progress is laklng place and lhat the groundwork is being laid for belter times Sentiment Is there can IK no doubt of It is becoming increasingly evident least resistance is Here and There The first public care party of the i season to nf the Second record regardless of the amount In volved If his record brings him within thn terms of Ihe act requiring proof of financial responsibility he wljlbe notified promptly to that ciled by Ihc departmentof revenue and It will bo Impossible for him lo obtain re newal of the driving privilege until he has shown responsibility cither through Insurance surety bond or The Junior Assembly opened week oils picked up chemicals steels and miscellaneous issues were higher Gains for the week ranged to more than 10 points in the active list and more in theinactive 1s s Volume was so heavy lhat tick behind in several sessions for the rise was furnished President Roosevelts monetary Congress street interpreted the message clarification to some degree of ihe monetary tangle The President Ihc sinning of Old Folks at Home j said the present would not be the A nlaylct entitled The Crumps Meet 1 right time for devaluation and therein the was given by Rob agreed with many monetary experts responding week of 1933 Electricity output was sharply higher and it made the best percentage gain over a year ago of any week since that ended September 30 Bank clearings were down slightly Steel production and automobile production m gains Volume of stock trading crossed the 3000000 share mark in sessions There was considerable outside buying and some demand from foreign sources The bond market was very active and Its strength In turn reacted favorably on the stock list Then too it was making way lor Issuance of the huge government flnancjng which soon will announced Steel shares assumed leadership of the market for a time with U S Steel crossing 55 Then a long list i of groups were pushed ahead one by one Finally on Friday the whole list resumed its rise on a large Pressure litfed from all sections and a better tone was noted throughout the market Traders were still doubtful if the had gained sufficient ground to warrant further advance without running into profittaking However the future outlook business gains through government spending on a DELAWARE NEWS TOLD IN BRIEF Social and General Notes From the State to the South of Us crt Elaine Bell Dootyna Meanwhile business indices made Qhlldrcss Leon Berger Margaret j further gains in many sections The o to Irvrt rA t nf nrn o n c a Shaw and Cccilirt Conley car loadings report was not as good as the previous week bvit made a A recitation by the 3B pupils was the previous week butIt mt llowcd by a dramatization of The j fairly good showing with the large market scale left the impression the would continue to move higher unless hampered by legisla tion now contemplated by some Con followed by by Morris Goshcn Rayfield ird Joseph Mc cor gressmen il public nirc party of the 000 vlth thn state Rosenberg Fred Leonard Joseph MC bc j onlslde of ecnnsylvania Kay and GeoiK linmii and Norrls as lliose must be renorled The motorist who evado this provision of Ogden Kiteels age a similar special payment was made National Tea Company sales In four to December 30 were S4931814 a decrease of 77 per cent compaied with the like period In 1P32 For fiftytwo weeks to December 30 a upward Occasional rcactioiiK arc to i be expected as there are enough un certainties to make lor caution but on such setbacks it would seem as If there would be a minimum risk hi picking up Bound slocks An extra dividend of 20 cents share was declared by the United Slates Fire Insurance Company in iinrlsh school auditorium at Mary and Norrls streets Richard Burn local bank official will have charge of the weekly meet ing of the Chester Rotnry Club next Tuesday Applications for drivers cards were received Inthe malls yesterday Ihc new applications having a brief of the new law as It pcrtalns to liability Insurance printed on the back The junior and senior classes of St RobcrlK High School will present three oneact pliys Monday nl the lav Is running the risk of two years suspension of his license which will not be restored at end of the penalty period unless financial re sponsibility Is shown 5 BANK BANDITS CAUGHT BY POSSE program winch was William Hall of Mill road was CarriR ilalvcnxrn Miss Madeline a recerit Chester caller Mnloy was In Twin Oaks Magistrate Joshun Bailey of the Boothwyn road attended argument Mr and Mrs Joseph Ellis are visit ing Mr Ellis parents Mr and Mrs William Ellis of Philadelphia Miss Carrie Miller of Naamans Creek road is ill at her home court at Mediayesterday in the Inj Mr and Mrs Charles Denner of tcrcsts of the Chester Fair Grounds Naamans Creek road visited Mr and Association Mrs Ralph Knowles of Chester QUINCY III Jan of five men that allegedly robbed the State Bunk of Glrard of between and marched out to surrender after addition of the regular quarterly dlsi In lhc auditorium of the school Both divti Twentyfirst and Potter leeus I ho spirited gun trapped them in a woods near Joseph R Bunce of Chester was Lawson Holland of Mill road and the recent Rticst ofCharles R Boyd I Edward Dougherty of Chester at of the Booth wyn road I tended a show in Philadelphia re Mrs Anna McGHncey and son ccntly Joseph McGHncey of the Booihwyn Mr and Mrs Harry Clough es er t Mr an road visited friends in Chester yes tcrday of Booths Corner visited Mr and Mrs i Howard Whitby of Naamans Creek o nf 4 4 burscmcnt of 30 cents were a decrease Of 44 cbllary l to atwk Wll bo added lo the fund per ceni of ccorci jilnualy I to be used lo fliriiici the trip of the Garden City The Alpha Phi Sorority held its monthly meeting at the home of Miss Elsie M Kerth at Willow and Ryanard roads on a recent evening Those attending Kelley Miss MLss Florence were Miss Lillian Dorothy Kelley Tweldridge Miss Martha Cherry Miss Thelma Simms MLss Martha Charlesworth Miss Elsie Kerth Miss Bertha Waddell Miss Ruth Roberts Miss Ruth Wad dell Miss Jeannette Swanger Miss Emily Bullock Miss Mabel Park Miss Katherine Armstrong Miss Margaret Elberly Miss Lillian Lo MLss Marguerite H Burnett stats director of adult education noti fied Professor A J Bolln principal of the Milton School that a class in art and handicraft will be organized at the Milton School The class will be taught by Miss Amy Gardener and will meet weekly for a period ot eight weeks The class Is open to the public Vigilant Council No 19 Junior Order United American Mechanics will observe its 40th anniversary on February 27 and an effort isbeing made to have every living charter member present as well as all other members of the order Prostorship by members of the faculty will replace the old system of proclored examinations at Delaware College Newark Dean Gcorgi E Dutton acting president of the Uni versity of Delaware announced While the new plan has nol been completed it is understood thai in the future all examinations at trm college will be proctored The Federal Survey of Part Farming in the state of Delaware has commenced with the three enumera tors working near Wilmington pro gressing rapidly This work is being done by the CvilWork Commission Professor M M Daugherty agricul tural economist on the staff of the experimental station of the Univer sity of Delaware Newark Mannie Hastings of Charleston S C and his son Whittington Hast ings student at the University of Carolina were called to Blades by the serious Illness of the father and grandfather the Rev Goldsborough W Hastings retired Methodist min ister who has been ill for several weeks Mr Hastings and his son the latter a graduate of the Seaford School flew by airplane from Charles ton to Washington and then caught a fast train to Sesford Mrs Millard Long of Princess Anne Md daugh ter of the minister was Kansas City Southern Railway re ports for December net railway operating income of against 538956 in December 1032 For 1W3 ithe road hnd net railway operating income of SI161073 compared with in 1032 Cord Corporation and subsidiaries report for the year to November 30 1933 consolidated net profit of 380007 after expenses interest loss on disposal of capital assets depre ciation federal tnxes and minority interest and inclusive of profit of S1918333 from transactions in secur ities and commodities Profit from joint investment with afflict ted com pany in securities nnd commodities was S37089G Net profit was cmml to on 2260000 shares jjnirluatlnn class lo Washington next Seaboard Oil of Delaware will show j June In its forthcoming report net curnlngs i after all charges nnd federal taxes1 Directors of lhc city school dis of approximately which will trlct will meet in regular session at beemial to about SI a Khurc on 1 the Larkin Building Broad and IMnfiJ shares of no par capllal slock i Crosby streets at H oclock Monday Howard Mfiscerella Vincent and Shortly afler the foursurrendered the filth alleged member of the band was apprehended about n mile from lhc scene of lhc gun batlle He had on horseback The five two of them wounded were taken lo the jail at Cartage nnd their names IKS Harlan and which will cover dividend require ments with margin This will com pare with net profits of after evening John Vniil Jr of W2 Penn rlrect net income of Sl 523503 or 67 cents a share in the preceding fiscal year Consecutive monthly gains In con struction contracts recorded since July1933 were continued in Decem ber ignoring seasonal tendencies The conthact total reported for lhc month by F W Dodge Corporation covering the 37 eastern stntcs amounted to an Increase of approximately 28 per cent over the November total which registered f gain of almost 12 per cent over Oc tober The December total was Inrgcr than that recorded for any other month since October 1931 and was more than 2i times as large as the contract rolume recorded for De cember 1932 tics are expected lo be firm due to Improved demand Higher Industrial activity seems likely Bond quota tions should continue to advance and stock prices undoubtedly move up further as the earnings outlook improves There arc dollar will three reasons why probably slay near the upper limit of lhc ranpe of 50o and Teachers ge YoungVrtul 1 1 I WLlJll 11UL ll 1 H 1 i I i all chatRes for the year ended Do graduated ycstercay from l he Stroiids V n 1 Mir I VM f f It rve Ifniil cember 31 103J ccimvalent to 71 ctnls a share on shares of no par slock then outslandihu The Presidents proposal to revalue the dollar is reassuring sitys the United Business Service of Boston It should make possible Ihn raising of the necessary billions for govern who Is the son of Mr ruul Mrs John Vaul mid Is 21 yeniK old entered Slroudsburg from the Caughltn High Mr and Mrs Samuel Langdalc and road daiiKhtcr Miss Hilda Langdale of i Miss Dorothy Rosenblatt of Rock Buckrmm Village were the recent j hurst avenue Is f member ot the guests of Mr and Mrs James Babe graduating class of the Chester High of the Chlchcster Bethel road i School ganMiss Margaret Phillips and Miss Dorothy Webster Several members were Initiated routine business was transacted and the discussion of important matters took place A social session con cluded the meeting Mrs Edward Scott Mrs Charles Heard of Rayarnard road and Mrs lease Simnncrman all of Chicago Approximately wan found oft I hem and nmney sacks ofj flceri said came from the Glrard bank wove taken from the car they arc believed lo have abandoned The urrcst climnxcd a gun battle on the Milo McClintock farm as dark Mrs Catherine Green of Miss Venna Whitby of Naamans i K V Kerth and Miss Peggy Roan Mr and Mrs Chester Aloncy of creek road will spend the weekend of Willow road attended the con cert of The Chester City Civic Or chestra at the Smedley High School auditorium on Thursday evening The dance committee of The Gar den City Civic Club is arranging Tor thegroups first dance Of the season to be held January 27 at the new moned to her fathers bedside New and larger sewer pipes havs been laid on the main street of Blades for a distance of nbout half a mile and side streets entering into main street will be drained by the new pipes Work is also under way Blades of laying concrete curbing and guttering on either side of the nnin street for a distance of nearly hreequarters of a mile ClHstcr and Herbert Diamond of i ju Philadelphia Buckman VillaRC spent the evening j Mrs Joseph Ashby of ns the guests of Mr nnd Mrs Lewis j Trainer had as their recent guests Howard of the ChichestcrBcthel M road recently Mrs Bernard Faulkner of Mill road John Hare and family of Rutt avc Mr Mrs William Trump have School WilkisBitne where his part The battle climaxed an nil ciifi resided before moving to this any xigMg chase across central and cily western Illinois as the bandits shot Dli WYNEKOOP VF3RY ILL DOCTORS REPORT 60 ot its fomer parity snys ihu dilVicnlly nnd her face hud a dculh their way through deputies on three occasion1 The robber car was found aban doned its sidcs slugged with bullets j oll jxiiother farm near Basco The CHICAGO Jan 2UUr Alice Liiulj men had fled on foot into the woods siiy Wynekoop was so weak when she i pl wits wheeled Into court yesterday lhat 1i JildRe Joseph B David adjourned uni ill Monday rcsumpllon of her trial miOCHivu INWAUO forthe nundot of Rheta Gircliier Wynekoop her daughterinlaw U seemed today that the case might end in a mistrial Though she seemed to brcallio with nue are moving to Linwood John R Clarke of the Chlchester Bethcl road and Lawrence J Hul movcd to Rockhurst avenue Mr and Mrs Walter Middlctown of Civic Club Building on Blakcly road arc making repairs to their loek of Chester have returned after propcrty On Naamans Creek road a weeks stay in the rcforestrntion wnicil win be occupied by Mr and Green of Booths camp at Petersburg served his first enlistment In this camp Mrs William Corner Dudley Pippin of Central avenue Mr and Mrs Joseph Rcilley ol nltcnticci a party at the home of Miss Chester were the recent guests of j Hccn vvcbster of Linwood Mr and Mrs Thomas A Reillcy of clarence Kemp of Naamans Creek the Marcus Hook road road has returned after spending Klmcr W Richardson foreman for cvcrsil tlays in Wilmington the State Highway Department has r Mrs Hovard whitby of Naamans a force rcpairinR the Chi Clcck rQiA anc Mrs T Frank Taylor i ofMarcus Hook visited John Evans Work is progressing on the re paving of Maple road the contract being a CWA project The town ship is also curbing some parts of Ryanard chcstcrBethcl road Mrs William Ciough of the Chi paUcnl m Chester Hospital icstcrBethel spend ng the uul MrsCharles Del Dchner of United Business Service These re a sons arc 1 Repatriations of WASHINGTON Jnn Postmaster General Walter Brown has handed over to his successor PoslinastciGeneral Farley air mail which have been missing from like pallor beneath her veil Dr Wynci the department illcs I koop had stubbornly insisted lhat lhc Testimony was Riven before a Scn Committee lust week thiu Brown Americans trial go on As relatives ami friends funds It Ls estimated Unit hotwecn t gnlhered around her she waved Ihelrj ordered many of these letters burned American protests aside For heavens sake she gasped know Im going lo die ond so do you But look here now my An increase In the de posits of banks that arc members of ihe Philadelphia Federal Reserve Dis trict was today attributed to the fed eral guarantee of deposits placed in effect January 1 The increase was recorded in the first two weeks of the year figures revealed The 600 member banks of the dis trict had demand deposits of 000000 for the week ending December 27 By January 10 these increased u a gain of S800000fl In 1 time deposits the member banks hnd S293000000 for the ending De cember 27 These rose to in two weeks an increase of 000 The Immediate responsc of the markets i e stocks and commodi ties to the Presidents monetary plan was favorable most people preferring to hold equities rather than dollars one and two billions of capital arc invested or deposited abroad A return movement now seems likely causing a demand fen dollars 1 Investment of foreign funds nils rial With the nearstabilisation of the j while physicinils tested her pulse dollar in practical cflcct some foreign j and found it racing at 100 beat per funds will probably seek Investment minnlo and found her temperature at I In nn accompanying Idler lo Fiir I Icy Brown said he found the papers weekend with friends in Baltimore i Naamans crcokroad visited Mr and Mrs Frnnk Tnylor of Marcus Hook Herbert Jcsler Gleason McKanme and Louis Carpenter of Marcus Hook visited friends on Ogdcn avenue Folcroft Md Miss Helen Clarke of the Chichcs tcrBethcl road is confined to her home on account of illness Mr and Mrs William Robinson of the Marcus Hook road has returned from Washington where ihcy were the guests of James Robinson Mrs Samuel Mabcrry of the Ch chcslcrBethel road has returned from Ohio where she attended the i funeral of her father In a box of books HQ said they were j Otto Winkle of Chester was the The Prayer Band of Folcroft Union church will go to the GallileeMission 821 Vine street in Philadelphia on Tuesday evening when with the leader Mrs E L Hosfeld the group iui IUUK HOW my nmu i j must be cleared Lets get on wllh someone did it purposely to assassl cilher placed there carelessly or rccrnl Kllost of Mr and Mrs John j will be in charge of the services natc his character Parhside in the U S fli degree she kept muttering that At a special meetiii of Parksidc held on Thursday Parksidc flrehousc against a in rise woman one of the doctors said last j resolution nr was pushed by Qouncll us he nnd his associates left the The resolution provide Hint payment 3 Increased export trade Because she would go on cvrn If It kills mo Borough Council held the fad that domestic prices have nprcecl lhat she Is a very sick I evening fit the Parks of risen only in goldbased foreign currencies ex ports will be stimulated Bartholomew of the Chichcster The ladies auxiliary of the Folcroft Bethel rond Fire Company held a successful party Mrs John M Dottis of the Marcus on Thursday evening which netted GERMANY EXPELS AMERICAN LAWYER cent illness Port of Chester Sun rises High wnlet Low water 718 m sctsftOl p in News of Shipping jail of srvver asKtssmonfr of the borough The lady Is ill all right said may bi paid any time up to another inciudiny April i ICKH any j They had instructions howrvev to penally This resohuion iii full mayi keep their Ilndings secret until j be fouild in another section of todays Monday morning when they lire to Chester Times Mr and Mis William Nash of 103 Knrt Klbon road hnd as their guests at dinner on Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Martin Kerry of New York City and Mr and Mrs Howard Upland Airs Charles Schukrafl of Fourth street visited friends in West Chester recently about dollars The efficiency committee of the Mrs Mary Swallow of them in open court TM R 10 A JtS ARE BICNKF1CIAR1KS sy Henry Cleivs fc Co New York j Ihe public works program would In It is curious to note that nearly every time there is an official anncnmcc n tnnnn i Mrs Paul O Graff of 2D11 Burden An estate est mated at is j f Unck bequeathed to the three daughters s by a former marriage of Mrs Mary likely if Conprefi makes additional Joseph Buflhigton of the U S Ctr public works money available The cult Court of Appeals by her will Secretary Ickcs yesterday said the Inclusion of the 512500000 Chesa peake and Delaware Canal project in Jvlvs Martha Rlpley of Norwood visited lier mother Mr Mary Swallow of Fourth street yesterday Mrs Joseph Rehm who been visitlns her parents Mr and Mrs William B Kerr of Castle avenue has returner to her home in Phila delphia Miss Elizabeth Woolley nf Waoclsidc avenue cntcvtiiirecl friends Jrom Clnymont on Thursday Mr nnri Mrs Grovcr Delaware County Christian Endeavor Union met last evening at the home of Miss Isabelle Shull of Elmwood wood avenue I Joseph Mans of Ashland avenue is a patient in the FitzgeraldMercy Hospital Darby where he underwent j an operation for appendicitis on Thursday Mrs James McClafTerty of Elm wood apartments entertained at afternoon tea on Wednesday when her guests were Mrs James McAteer Mrs William McGirr and Mrs Ber nard Seidman Aldan A group of members of the Wom ans Club which included Mrs C F Wolters Jr Mrs H M Collins Mrs Joseph Chandler Mrs F H Blythc Mrs J C Sycamore Miss Helen Crook Mrs T P Bodtke and Mrs R M McCormick will attend the an nual meeting of the Southeastern District of the State Federation of Pennsylvania Women to be held In Swarthmore today Mrs H M Collins Mrs F H Blythe Mrs Joseph Chandler Mrs C F Wolters Jr and Miss Helen Crook who are members of the Wom ans Club chorus participated in the musical program given by the South eastern District chorus at the meetj ing Mrs J C Sycamore president of the club was a member of the hos pitality committee assisting Mrs John H Phillips president of the Del aware County Federation with her duties as official hostess Mr and Mrs Alfred P Kitchen of 36 Glenwood avenue have as their guest Mr Kitchens mother who ar rived from her home in Warren county today for a visit with her son and his family Grover Kesser Jr of Glenwood avenue is confined to his home with a severe attack of measles Mrs Alta Shcrbine a representa tive of the W C T U gave a tem perance talk before the pupils of the main building of the Aldan School on Trmrsday morning On June 30 1026 there were 2107 county agenU and 113 assistants in the United States BERLIN Jan Gallagher Los Angeles Cal attorney was or dered yesterday to leave Germany within three days as an undesirable alien Gallagher interested himself as an observer in the recent high treason case of five Communists accused ot burning the Reichstag Building QUALITY ALWAYS CHESTER TACKING PROVISION CO IS W 2nd St Phones HIGHSPEED CARS TO PHILADELPHIA CITY HALL CHESTER SHORT LI ME From 3rd I with additional Morning ond Evening Through Cart Without fo IDDYSTONI L t S T I IJSIMGTON ILMWOOD and PHILADELPHIA to frankford Subwvy the ment from the White House on some Secretary dtscuset the project which 1 jnobalctl yesterday What Do You Know About the World How long has It been Mncc you looked at a good map of this world you live in Is the Atlantic Ocean larger than the Pacific What country is directly west of Alaska If vou traveled directly cast from where would you land When it is twelve noon in Wash ngton D C what time Ls it in loscow Pari5 Shanchai A large fivecolor MAP OF THE VORLD now available through he ChtKicr Timrs Wnshincton nformatlon Bureau answers thcsr nd many more questions It cnr ics complete stniistical riatn on agriculture comsrcrcr Indus ry religions monetary systems mcr rhant marine anri military rstab ishmrni It in a complrtc world itlas in handy rcfrrcncr dispensable o the sUidrnt busi ness man and club woman A copy n waits you ai our Wash ineton InfonnaUcn Bureau En close 10 cents to cover cost hand ling and pOFtrec VSE THIS COUPON calls for the cnliiwmrni o I ho prrs ent canal to ocean Vfs with Senators Townsend and Konn who ursied its approval is a public works project Arrivrrt January Chcstcr in Buflhifiton who died In New York December 30 while on n wrote in explanation of her hiilure to mime her husbiuul a residuary Ven ice At the insKteiue of my dear i husband I will and direct In words prepared by himself follows Whereas my dear hustands ptven by of T pncastei ford Hold i inn Mrs Alumni Association of Robert Thompson May Thompson iiri Mnrshnll mileEc I nnd Mrs GeorRO Thompson of Eicl nnd Marshall College at the BcllevucStratlstreci visttea relotives in Eikton ic Ptuladclphia last ccntly I Rolxrt Hillier Franklin of 15 East i Albert Ward Lawrence Smith Miss LAKE OSWEYA Under Jackson ville ballast Ford Motor Comiiriy Mirciiv If J OSWALD awrrMin New ark ballast Gotham Marine Corp ATLANTIC SUN Lonctin Smiths Btufl peiroleum Huii Oil omrtany fl Hook iiaiuUU future Is amply provided or by his own estnte I mnke no provision for him in this my will Stic gave her husband however a life Interest In her country pluc wdkcnd in Dover I Dreghorn at St Davids i The residue Is placed in trust for the daughters Mrs Kivkpitvuk K ralbrallh of Wayne Mrs Harden Galbralth and MVs Wlnthrop Neil Min both of New York Chtiteti roul is ronftncd to her home PcpsJV Worrell MIM Fveiyn Clurlow wltii a broken nnfclc She sustained f Miss Dorothy Roberts and Miss Ruth1 tli in nit y when she fell on Ihe stairs i Rarlow ivttencled piny nt the in her home j Chester Hich School Uvst Miss Ddvothea Krcibel of 2900 Buri Miss Kvelyn Cieow of Woociside don road if a patient in the Chester avenue has as lur tuest for a few Hospital days Miss Riilh B irlow of Gien Mr and Mrs Frank Sipple of 147 j olden spending the Mrs A Robinson uid Del with reta faintly v Fifth ami Church streets have moved to Twrntyfourth street Mr and Mrs Lawrence J Milhall Chester Burden road entertained Mr I MU MF Conner of Drcsrl i Hill rvrniilp B Weaver is chair the principal Is to be divided mum niia of th cointnlttca in charge of j vllY C 1 P PJliauil Kniiin La Pallicc paMilinr Sanciinl uum Trans Co j TYDOL NO 2 Andnon Bciston jjctrolnmi Tidrwiitrr Oil Co j INTERSTATE NO 1 Atlantic City pnsollnc i in low lii Oil Ticipoit Co j PASSAIC SXN Melton Haitlo d I Conn pctroiciiiii Sun Oil Co descendants their vJp priUidchildrai or remolcr doeitidaiit and born after Mrs BulTUiiUons death ARREST AS KUCUTIVK recal to on Monday eve nrit nl R liy the Parkslde Club at the Parkfidc pietiou Rivrr Nrws The Chester Times Information Bureau Frederic 1 HasUin Director D C T enclose herewith 10 CENTS in coin carefully wrapped for a copy of the MAP OF Till VORLD Name Street City Slate lo Washington n C TULSA Okln Jan 20hrv V I Stnealr oil misiiiiale ntiri Frani Hrifkell retired New York oil man I yocerdny were relieved of povib iity of nriTst on fugltivo wnvuis in conneetion with the Kxchiiw Tius Company CIT Judge Williams nrced lo lei a nrneys for outoftown defendints Lester piniils of h second pradn ihr ciiiTclion of their teacher pirscnted a play in Uir iiinliiorhuu yestcrdny Those purt were Anilft Mce Witsch IioSino Cnishey Eleanor Billing Vrii IVnuhuk Kita Malrttcsta Hobrr Olive Jewel Marie Marie smn AJiiia Kniulfor Jennie Venin i OHM SAN KHANClStO brcak iKhcMa to lc lv only one world o granite epitiprm rrarmt com pf ihe Miitn dirict of San Francisco bay The wall is bcme consirucicn rhiefly of headstones from an cemetery Timrs DFIAWAHK EHFAKWATKR Jnn 19 F MARTIN Vow iiitwo IjirpCf in Paycd out KAFU lEONHARDT iOrrj for JIM San Pedro ric Macoria PAIKMHANO notifv thrir cliaits Chnries Clinsiv Otis McDonald Dutch t tor Sorrnbaya vm Norfolk etc MASAYA o Pronlrra ON TARIO or RoMon HOWARD for Miami via Norfolk etc BRUNSj WICK PunI for Antwerp etc C I J Frt for Rouen nnd Ln Pailino BE WISE VSK MAUD COAT Nul nnd Stove Per Ton 1MIXS tOAI YARD rilONK OUV1TK S71G I nnd b arraigned Ho sot Frlruuv S for preliminary trial of the cir v it i it v it i irN Arx Krousth Under Joseph OTiiiFihck John Klnvip Edward POKT NOTKS TAUYANA MARU for YoVcoj hama etc via Balvimove FREE i Henry 15arooinsky and Eugene Tho MIS JoMph Milder and Mrs Frank I The American molorship Captain chainbets of Manhattan street acI Fred Lyall Kiriveo in povt Thursday rompiued by Mrs Fred Bothner of Kssiniitoti spent Tuesday visiting Oil Company Marcus Avtiold Hauy Wul I MARKET SQUARE INN rIAN for Bcfton NiUNEUIC for and is now docked at the plant of the Ksslniitoti spent Tuesday GuUpovf BARBARA for NorfolkW j Sun 1 M IRISH for Atrceo PASSAIC l SUN for Hartford Conn FMPIRE Texas j towing PURE NULABE for New Tile I York JAMES RIVER for Norfolk City C j UGANDA Br for New Orleans anived Thursriay and docked at the evening tCITY OF ATHENS Bri for Not 1 o the Chester Tevmunl MIS J Renshav of Delaware i folk Weather I p ti Temperature and Warehouse The Mobile Utrori who lcri ill for two weeks i 42 wind norihwcsv 18 miles smoky City rame from Port Tovnscnd at the houie c relatives in Morton i barometer 3016 I Wash with a cargo of magnate j is recovering i friends in Cahulen N J en Rasolnie in bulk lor Mrs Foote Mis Joseph tuider and Mrs Leonard Menna ae Amcrtcan steamship rompanied by Mrs Joseph Maccr of aptaui W 1 Gulfnyle also Fsslticton attended a eard party in and RESTAURANT Third and Market Streets SUNDAY DIKNER 50c 85c Prire The Moit ind Us VH Ever Ate From a to a Labstcr Dinner Business Banks and You A bank is like a money reservoir into which flows sums of money from the people in the community Out of it go loans and withdrawals to meet the communitys needs To wit a weekly payroll is met by check The tide ebbs The recipients meet their needs for food clothes and amusement Some part ks saved The clothier grocer realtor saves some part of his surplus Eventually much of the original withdrawal flows back into the level of the money reservoir remaining much the same THE DELAWARE COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Safety and Service for 119 Years   

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