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THE BOSTON GLOBE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1939 Financial 21 Death Notices George T. Hughes N. Y. CURB MARKET DOPOA7 In Dorchester, Ms, TU Timothy J. uotfn. Funeral from N. Y. BOND MARKET resiaer-ce. 44 lirnew inuii day. Oct. 2. at 8:1. Mass at St. Margarets CHurtn. tiia roan, at 9 oti', 1 Co, jmj 3. 7-11 Fii-l H'nJ nooo: trmnsry. ne an-l are tnvid. Calling fcouri, 2-3 High 7V. 1 20' '4 a. Sale 200 tlnters Rome Eq. 250 Iron Flrem vto 200 tlrving Air Ch 300 Jacobs (F LI Market Puzzled by Stand of Government on Prices NEW YORK, Oct 24 (AP) For ,100 V. 10 jertt'iLi 7 pr 8pm 7 100 77 28'. 3H 32 Low 20' 8Va TOO Jones Lau Stl. Water Front News University Extension Offers Navigation Course TUESDAY, OCT. 24 The Boston Port Authority calls attention to the navigation course which starts tomorrow night at Sever Hall. Harvard University, under the auspices of the University Extension. There are two parts of the course, each having eight lec tures weekly on Wednesday nights from 7:45 to 9:30 o'clock. All phases of navigation are gone over KEW YORK. Oct 24 An Irrcgu-larly Pric situation existed on the vw York Curb Exchange today. Practically all groups were held to fractional changes, the few excep- ons including a two-point gain for Imperial Oil of Canada and Pittsburg Hate Glass. Lake Shore Mines as a major fraction firmer. Following is a table of transac eign dollar loans scored the widest gains in a generally improved bond market today. Issues that were ham 77 HHi TKoppers CO pr 6H1 ake Shoi-e 100 LehlBh mered down In the early days of hostilities abroad appeared in late deals with gains ranging to around an1 -3 8'. 20V4 6000 Lockheed Aire 1100 Lone Star 3O0 Long Is Ltg 100 tLouis 11300 tjajestic Rad St aH) tMtntrel Stts 150 Mazier F.lee 2... NEW YORK, Oct. 24 It is not -only the uncertainty with regard to the extent and duration-of the war which the stock market finds difficult to appraise and which is re- High four points at the start of the last tions: fall 2VMAro Sui Mfg 500 Ainnworth 'ow $1 pr fjo Alum Co Am ui Inm Ltd 300McWUl Dreri hour. Dealers surmised tne revival in buying might be based on new p. m. DOYLE In Boston. Oct. 20. Joseph Dot'. in mis eMt year. Fuoerai irom parlors oi John T. hr.rn. 24i4 Washington iooury. TruraOay. Oct. at a. m. Reiu em Mass at Irs Ca'nelra of tr, Ho.y Cto's at c.oc Relatives anl frinls invited. Late memoei of tog iicauaytrs Cnion 4. busion, iM. DRISCOLL Uied at WaJ'ham. Ocob-r 2 J. Mar DrttcoU of Lriscoil farm la7 itsPsiO road. Son ol toe late Mrk anst Vi.vtG.' uneial from Reaoe uijcrat Home. 2g Common 'inuisdiy, tjee at m. m. Mass of Keq'jiem at Ch-jrcn of Our Lay. iraoeio toX. at a Kelauves and fnenus invited. Ca.ur.g houia irom 2 Ut 4 aod Ubm iu. EN HOLM Jn Wuiney. Oct. 23. Lew. M. tnnoim, o4 years, ot Ms, fer vices at the CraMn's Chapel. Waanington Dviccelr. sauxsaay, Oct. o. it 1 p. m. FOSTER In Brookline. Oct. 22. Mabel Winslow. wile ot tne late areoencat W. C. osier, tunerai servnes at oer rest-oence. i Hcaut sU. oa TweaOay. oct. 4, at 1.0 p. m. CARYL'S la Crtaen. No. CsroUna. October 60 tMer St 8 pt pr 28 llMMMerrut-C Si 4 rumors, or hopes, of peace. 26 4'. 4 1 oinMoi iron sharpest cams were scored Dy if 100 Alum ltd pr iiVMAm ww. sui loans of Italy, Belgium, Canada. Aus 33 la4 26 874 4' i 1J4 5Va 12 8'a tralia and certain Scandinavian (Owing to war conditions, movements of ships belonging to belligerent nations are not reported.) ARRIVED A rail la. Ttfeur York East' Boston dry- issues. United States Government bonds, 4iX Mid Pet A vtc. 100 Mid tt Pet Vtc. 800 Mid West 50 Mum Mm 2(K 1 Missouri 2iK Moly bdenum 2tKH Monroe Loan A. loOtMount City Cop. 40OtMur Oh Mf 6(N t.Nat Auto Fib 600 tNat Bellas Hew. 400 Nat Fuel 175 Nat pr. 300 tNat Rub 100 tNat Un Rad off to a start, crossed the tape at outside advances of around sponsible for the recurrent periods of hesitation and reaction. Doubts about our own Government's attitude toward prices and profits hold it back. The propriety of checking profiteering is recognized, but, lacking a clear definition of just what is and what is not profiteering, there is a disposition to wait and see. Washington advices state that a "flexible economic and commodity price struc 8. 874 4'a V4 5'. 12Va 88 13,. Houston, Mexican Petroleum Company, Chelsea. 20 Am Cyan A Cyan 701 Am Gas E3 itAm Gm 00 Am Latin Meh 2 VAm IJsht St T. iyi Am Mfg Am Meter 700 Am Superpow. 900 Am Thread rr ElfC Mfg Joi Arctur Rad Tub. Ark Nat Gas jrt Ark PAL rr 1 IrtO tAshland Oil point. Buyers tempered their enthusiasm 874 4' 6 la 12V 8 'a 88 64 in 40 12 69 34'. 36. 19' Si 7. ti iia rtousion ana uaivrsinu new York and New Bedford. Pier 80. Mystic. 13l 83 84 I-airfield City, amgapore. v.uiiiuiuii-wealth Pier. isl. Alien M. buvm, tietea orouter ot ttantt Oarvtn 2w iinlae CamorMige. asosscg ul luneists aerVM.ea idler. 200 Navarro lONebr Pow pr. New York, jvew Torn. mi uiiiian. a. MeKenacT. Norfolk. Ever 117 in somewhat in. the corporate section, but while most gains were small, there were few of the usual leaders without plus signs. These included Armour of Delaware 4s of '53, Delaware Si Hudson refunding 4s, Inter- 0i 40i CLEkKE In RosUndale. October 23. As.n ki inn ett Coke Works. XT Geor T. Hughes ty 'Amo OA El A s.irt A Dm Corn wir. 100 Tisehl corp 200tNcw Idea 400 Zinc 100 Mex Ariz Ld Motor parses xynoi jno. nwuimc. Tidewater Oil Company. Revere; Par 1' AdOipnus Ausoand of tne iaie L.a iBinvmu'l uuccst Ot i'siysS as. Services at ine ioncm unerai ccapew tie.graoe inuxsoay at 11 au to. iiciuvc ana xr.enaa tnviiea. Joo Atlas fly Jg n't 11 va 68 69 1 Vi 24 Va 24 Va 106 :106 114 ''4 115 ol rep, saiem. lexas ju sea. 50 tN Hon Ros. 24 Va 100 S6 pr.106 borough Rapid Transit 5s. N. Y. Steam 3is, American Telephone Recent Deaths Funeral Services for Mary Boyle O'Reilly NEWTON. Oct 24 Funeral services were held this morning in Corpus Christi Church, Ash Auburn-dale, for Mary Boyle O'Reilly, author and daughter of John Boyle O'Reilly. Friends, neighbors and co-workers of Miss O'Reilly, whd died Saturday in her "Little House" on Islington road, Auburndale, crowded the small church where Rev. John Condon celebrated the requiem mass, with Rev. Augustine Hargedon. deacon, and Rev. George Francis Smith, sub-deacon. Mrs. Ernest Hocking, wife of the professor of philosophy at Harvard College and the last surviving member of the O'Reilly family; Patrick J. Duane, former Mayor of Wal-tham and now iudge of the Waltham District Court, and Medical Examiner Morton Gallagher of Newton were among those who attended the services. Representing the Council of Irish County Associations were Michael J. Dooling, Peter J. MacDonald. Mrs. Bessie Campbell and Mrs. Nora Mc-Guiness. The choir was Mrs. Eva Mosticki and Foley of St. Patrick's Church, Natlck. Mrs. Timothy O'Callachan and Mrs. Ernest Hocking. Miss Esther Costello was organist and Mrs. James T. Kirklighter. soloist Burial was in Holyhood Cemetery, Brookline. Charles F. Bacon WINCHESTER, Oct 24 Charles F. Bacon, 73. former proprietor of one of the largest industries in this town, died last night at his home, 31 Grove st, following a long sickness. Born In Winchester. Mr. Bacon had made his home here all of his life with the exception of a few years spent in' Arlington. Until his retirement as an invalid six years ago he was connected for- 50 years with the Bacon Felt Mill, one of the largest of its kind in this part of the country. During the greater part of that period he was coproprie-tor of the mill with his brother, Robert who died two weeks ago. He is survived bjr his wife. Bertha Falls Bacon; a son, Charles N. Bacon; a daughter. Mrs. Florence Bacon Heath; a sister. Mrs. Florence H. Hall of Arlington, and four grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 2:30 20 NX IS Pt.JW GOUUSr-LEU At Children a Hoap.tal. 4 100 Transit 4a 4 ft SAILED Edward Peiree from Norfolk for Lynn-r-Hv si. i.oni. Savannah via Mew 3 Us and Mobile Ohio Montgomery 5s. 2100 tNiaa: Hud Pow. 200 tNiag Hud war lOOtNiag Sh Md B. lOONilcs Bern occ s. Ann osusni ot and Mry asaray CMMjuspeea ot sta Vernon Anintiw. awrvtcsrs at tarn Hrtveu CAdpet. UMcaiu(t4 Arungion. Aucaaay. Oct. avs. at p. m. lVa 684 IV. 6. 68 3 4 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT BONDS 6 684 York. 0 SOOtNoma Elec. Dollars and Thirty-Seconds) TREASURY loo Aviation Oi rran. 3" ypdhoHk Ac 23 yi Paid Loco pr. 27 SiX)nii Loco 8l 10O'Prdit'n Dil 000 'Barium St Stl. 1 inO'Bath Iron 9 10O0 "Beech Aire 1(H V0 'Bell Aire 2 tppllwnc Aire flV SO Benson A- 38 ...174 sjTS'Blss Ac Laugh 34 jon-RUie Rid cv pr. 42 oo 'Rhimenthal S. 7 CRiSHf In Saugus. October 24. Robert 57 87 25 Nor Am Pf 57 4 raimmere, mewpon, n. Fairfax, Baltimore via Norfolk. New York. New York. 1 Salem: No INOX. (Sales in $1000) High Low 1:30 Providence; Pureol Pep, Bath. 13 22 Va 22 103 1034 104 104 1141, 114 i ociovea nusoand ot yvun.a Or.rTin tnee Da, too 1. runersu uom utiM (esiucnce. tv nppieton st sxqnse bi. Ocoer 2u. av a. 10. hcoutA as at tne Biaau atacraruscnt Oi.uj 1 at a. iik aveistuvca au.a uza s-viUw 10 aiieua. 3 '43-40 June 103.3 103.3 103.3 13a'41 105.12 105.12 105.12 7 3ia '45-43 108.28 108.2A 108.28 10 24 47-45 106.31 106.28 106.31 DUE TODAY I nnrfnn TlOCkfi tO- va "a morrow 8 a. Pier 4. East 3 3.1 -58-48 112 112 112 108 107.24 108 6 3s '48-46 30 HiinacK inki i pr an HARTLN In Brtghtoa. Oct. 22. James J- American Mrtcnini, uve.wu". -gow. Dock- 7 p. Pier 3. East Boston. Blaek Point. Newport News. Docks Metropolitan Coal Company. Chelsea. 2 3'aS '49-44 11 2' '53-49 1 24s '54-51 108.17 108.12 108.17 103.10 103.8 103.10 104.25 104 25 104.25 107.25 107.25 107.25 16 '4 1 31 5 V. 12 nr. 29 2V 8V 3V 110 16 V4 31-a 5V. 114 11 29'. 2 81 3Va 110 eeiovea nuaoana 01 asstrsvuet tnee coaay. soimeiiy ux u.e Mtu arxx. unerai iiorn n.s iat -1 A HiouitMiam iixd, urf a-ausocs ed-. at 8:13. botcmn iveouisvm stian Mas Couicn. aaaratei at a ciock. Reiativca and uicnoa uiviteo. 31 '60-55 105.8 104.30 105.8 104 104.4 Frederic R. Keiiosir. Docks White Fuel plnt. Boston. Julia Lnckenbaeh, Pacific Coast via New York Pnd Philadelphia. Docks 2 2'll 104.4 Fourjpis yxyprtz Tr 800 Brecre Corp jr.vv Brpx st jiVI'BnrtKDt ach rirtKPl ach pr. 500 'Frown-F Irnvi Brow Rubber. 400 Fuf pr. IPO Can Marconi jooo Canb Syn JX1 Carrier Corp 3-'0 'Catalin Am i rs. rvllulnid or 7 8H 3e 60 si ft J2. 3 20 tommonwemin and HARTNETT In Beaton. Oct- 22. John 30 24 '63-58 103.28 103.23 103.25 3 2J4l '65-60 103.23 103.28 103.28 HOME OWNERS' LOAN 3 2Vs'44-42 104.7 104.7 104.7 6 3s '52-44 106 105.27 105.31 CORPORATION BONDS New York. Docks Lewis Wharf. ture, rather than artificial control," is favored in high Just now the test of the policy lies in the steel price situation. Tht understanding is that the President's advisers are strenuously opposed to any advance in steel prices at this time, notwithstanding greatly increased costs, all of which brings up once more the question of the advantages and disadvantages of a Government-managed economy. To date the record has not been such as to instill confidence in Washington direction of the course of prices in general. One need not go back farther than the events preceding the onset of the 1937-38 depression to discover the reason for that distrust. It was in April, 1937, that the President startled the financial community with announcement of his opinion that prices were rising too fast, which' announcement signaled the approach of, if it did not originate, the, long deflation that Probably the President was right, but, taken together with the rise in bank reserve requirements and the gold sterilization, the effect was to turn prices downward in a decline from which they have not yet recovered, for the truth of the matter is that prices are not high now, whatever they may have been in 1937. The record shows that improving business does not go along with declining commodity prices and, war or no war, it is improving business that the Treasury as well as the country at large desperately needs. Industry must be allowed to operate at a profit, otherwise we shall be back where we were. There has been a good deal of hysteria about this question of prices, just as there has been over neutrality. Business itself is partly responsible. Prices have always advanced in wartime and probably always will. A moderate price rise will be beneficial 400 Nor Sta Pw 15H f.OOhio Brass 22 V2 150 Ohio Ed pr 1034 SO Ohio Oil pr 104 50 Ohio Pw pr. 200 lOilstocks 'a loOtOk Nat Gas 164 100 tOldetyme Dist l'a 600 Pac 6 pr 31' 1500 tPantepec Oil Ven 200 tPrkersbrg 12 lOOtPender Gc ll's 50 Penin Tel 295 600 Pennroad 2'4 100 Prnn-Cent Alrl 84 100 Penn Gas Sc El A. 3V 25 Penn $7 pr. .110 25 Penn Salt 163 SOtPenn 714 25 Peppercll 89 lOOtPharw 74 100 Phila Co 8'. 400 tPhoenix Sec 6T 150 tPhoen Sec pr. 29V 3no tPioneer Gold 2 200 Pitney-Bowes 7 60 Pitts Lake 400 Pitts PpGi: 103'4 100 Plough Inc 8V4 300 tPotrero Suear. 1 200 PowdreJI Alex. 4 500 Pressed Met HVa 375 Ind $7 pri pr. 71 300 Ind $8 pr 3734 20 Okla 6 pi pr .100 425 Pug Sd S5 pr 704 3.10 Pug Sd $6 pr 24', 200 tPug Sd T. 9V 140 Quaker Oats 115 Octovea nusoand ct xirtcget Harinett tnee joycei. unerai from rus la.e '4 1 Cnaxies SU suite Ai. Cnariesbstnk nomtti, at itetiuicm riiiu aiasa In at Josepn Cnurcn. Cnaa-ioers tU at doc, asws uvea aod lrieaoa invited. X- fl ft- 71i 71 89 89 74. 74 8'. 8'. 64 29 2 2. 7 7 68 68 102 4 103 8V4 V4 11 Alleghany cv 5s '44 79 78Vi 7 Alleghany cv 5s '49. 74 Mi 74 1 Alleghany 5s '50 st. 46 46 2Allis Chal cv 4s '52. 109'. 109a 7AmiFor 5s 2030. 62 62 7 Am Id Ch 52s "49.101 101'a 16 Am 5is 109. 109b 24 Amf 3V '66. .105 104a HATLOW Sudderuy in' Beaton. October -v. en is i ww 400 Cen St El A 50 Cen St pr. litOChl Flex Shaft 66 SOOCht Riv Mach. 9J ICM5 Cities Service S'a J00 Cit Svc pr 5 S0 UV9r Ljipr EV, ,12 Am '61 .105 105y, 1 Cit to pr '4 6' 0 Anac top tva on ivi xvi 1 Ang Nitr deb '67 34a 34 Vt 434 llVa 71 434 10 'a 69 37 Arm Del 4s 4a '95 105V, 36 37y 510 City Auto stpg 100 Claude Neon Lts. Cleve El Ilium. 200 Club Al Uten 100 ColonDev cv pr. SO Colti Arms. CAE pr. 10 Colum G. fisii. ion 5 A Line 1st 4s '52. 81 4 rfg 6s '95 33, cv 4'as 2H 7 1st 4s '48 68 SBellTPa 5 '48 33 BethStl 3, '52 ...111 8 BostoniMe 5s '67 41V, 69 70 24 24 9V4 9T. 113 114Va 78 i .74 46, 109', 62 4 101', 1094 105 103 107 34 105', 81V, 33 V. 21V, 68 11S 111 41r 99, 99', 59 Va 561 W. 99 '4 184 22 1 9'. 24 5l. 8 7' soo war lOfcjuaker Oats 14 ii K5 Com 125 tComm Pub inn tfimm Wat 200 Raym Cone 1 pr 33 "a Svc. 30 Svc. Calif Or Pow 4s 6.. 9 89 1 300 'Corn GiE Bal. 1U3 81H 33 20 115 110 ''a 41a 9 581, 55'. 74', 96T, 99 22 14 Va 6 5V4 2 104 14 6 104 59 igv, 4 12T. T.3 14 Va 28CanNatRy 12 Can Pac 4s 14 Cen Pac 5s'60 5 Certain-td 5'as48. 1 3is '96 9 III 48 5s '52 9ChicGtWest 4s 16 CMSPPac 5s '75 aj 5s 2000 47 cv 434s '49 4iS 25 rfe As '34 56 74 96 99 Va 19 22' 9 2 5'a p. m. tomorrow from the Moffett McMullen funeral parlor with interment in Wildwood Cemetery. Capt. L. BUlings to all. 100 tReeves 2200 Republiv Avia 100 Richmond Rad 100 tRoeser oOO trtome Cable 400 tRoot Pet SOOtRusseks Av 500Rustless I S. 300 St Regis Pap 500 Scovill Mfg 400 Segal Lock H. 800 Seiberling Rub 400 Selected Indus 50 Selected Ind 200 Chaw 300 Sherwin-Wms 20 Sherw-Wms pr 10 Singer Mfg JOOtSoTar Mfg (Boston Globe N. A. N. 14V' 33 V. '7 3. 33 T. 8. 9 6 17 8' SHARON, Oct 23 Military hon si; 77. 6 5'. 2 104 T- 4'. 14 Va 3. 33's 6 17 99'. 1134 149 Ts 2 I 24 ift 21V. 18,4 9 vni OC ind 34 13 Clev Un '77C ITVa 8 Col At Sn 'RO 40 994 99 74 39 40 1134 1134 llColmbiaCi 5s 5: '52 ors will be accoraea uapL ieonara Lorenzo Billings, Sharon's "grand old man," last survivor of G. A. R. Post 113. which was disbanded-two May.l03. 103'a 5s '61 103a 103I 14H -497a 42 coimDia Ct a 1. 690,000 in Nation Get Pay Raises Under Wage-Hour Law years ago, when he and Col. Bis- 3Vi 28 2 61 23 Con Edis 3Vis 48 106Va 108i, 29 Con Oil cv 3 is 103 103a IlConsum Po 108' 107 107', 1 Consum Po n'Zk'flA 103i 103 lfl3i bee comprised its. membership. m. auizaDeui iisiiow 01 1111 Kva ueu unerai services at tne owiaua cnapeb Old sSuuin chuxen. cp.ey stiusMe. Boston, on vVeanncay. Ot toT 'J. at Id noon. treuos axe invitco. triends m. call at tne sVaiermaa Chapel. Aiij CoflimOnsesiui avc. ton. until Weoncawaky smmmu JOHNSON in Koxbury. Oct. 23. John, eelovea cusoana of Sia tJorm-sod ot 111 steam st. Suvmt ai tne IsisiKUom FunsMai Onapsrt. lit Vv an en Koxbury. on veoesiy at J. CmX. Beiauvea and frienoa in v. ted. JOHNSON In this city. October 21st. by accident. Oliver Ames Jonnson. Jr. aged yeais. Funrral servM.cs at tug late borne. 1j Pine Kioge roao. Waoan. on lusrsuajr. OCloosrr k4Uk al at p. m. -KIMBALL In EaSt Braintree. Oct. 22. Mary AL Kirooail of wumcy av. tuntrsi aerv.ce at tne vV. si. asaiua unerai Home. j8 tVasolcatton su. Bramtxee. Wednesday. Oct. 43. at 2 p. m. Burial at Hocett. h-. rhurs-oay. Mar.rncsiei. H. iL papers p. copy. LYNCH In Oct. 22. Helen (ne hannon. beloved ne ot fmutck J. ntn. Funeral trout bcr late tes oence. 88a nunungton av Ktanrsso', Oct. 5, at a. lu. Solemn IvequKin High Miu at the Miastoa Churcn o'ciocg. Rtusiive and frienos mott kindly invited. Late member ot Ataa Mater Court No. 114. ii. O. F. McCARTE In South Boston. Oct. 22. Jeame McHeynoios McCane. beioved wife of l-'hiiip Aic Carle. unerai trom her late nomc. at Vseanesoay at 8:13. High Miu at the Oate of Heaven Cnuich at oclocx. Ivsuauvea and irienda respectfully invited. -McCOOL In Dorchester, the 22 d. Cath erine A. beloved daughter ot tne tat Edward ana Margartt Mccoot Incs Loguei. unerai irom her residence. Iu7 Ocean sc. on Weonesoay morninsv at clock. folloed oy a ttequieia Mass at Sc Mark Church at 9 otiKK. Relatives and friends sue invited. la terment New Calvary. McCORMICK In Lexington. Oct. 22. William F- husband ot tne late Annie Kooertson McCormick. Funetal his home. 1 Merriara Med. at High Mass ot Requiem in St. ungia Church at 8 Relatives and friends invited. Late member ot Div. 23. A. O. H. McDONALD In Cambridge. Oct. 23. Catherine F. Horgad. sue of Jonn X. McDonald. 128 Garoen st- Funeral trom Joseph J. Keiley Ac Son Funeral Home, J36 Broadway. Carabnlse. HrdncMi. Oct. 23. at It a. m. fao.ernn Hith Mai at St. Peter's Church at 11 o'clock. Relatives and friends tnviteu. MORRISON In Boston, Oct. 23. Walter son of the late William and Agnev Morrison tnee Dunn). Funeral from the residence of his aunt. Miss Bertha Dunn. 33 Garden Tburs at 8:15. Requiem High Mass in St. Joseph's Church. Chambers at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends irrvited. Late veteran 2i 1 Oil23s'48. 1124 Funeral arrangements have not teen completed, as the family here is awaiting word from Charleston, .271 3.1 66 10 65 10 109 17 i7; 24 Vi S. where the aged veteran died. He was born in Canton in Septem cuoaNOKy '42. 35 rfg 4s'43. 63 49 4s '38 IOV4 9 DuquesnLt 3S 13 Erie rfg 5s '67 11 24 Erie rfg 5s '75 18 5 Erie gen lien 4s' 96 24 29 20Fla Cst 5s'74 9 24 Gen Cable 5s'47 lOGenStlCast 5s'49. 8 .24 ber, 1843, and enlisted from this section at the outbreak of the Civil ZUU ISO JJOHSt 100 So Ed pr. 100 So Col Pow A 10 So Col Pow pr. 200 Sou Union Gas. 200 Southland Roy 200 tSpencer Shoe 200 tstand pr. 200 tst Oil Ky 200 tstand 100 Stand Sil-Lead. 4700 tStand Stl Sprg 100 tStarrett Corp vtc 50 Stein (A) Co. 400 tsterchi Br 800 Sunray Oil 2400 Technicolor 50 Thew Shovel 500 tTilo Roof 100 Tob Prod 1400 Trans-Lux 100 tTranswest Oil. 1400 Tubize Chat 100 tTung Sol pr. 300 Union Can 3Vi 23 2 61 24 184 9 1'. 39 7. 11 1V4- ilv 174 lU-i'a IM'I 9 9 100 100 76 78. 45A 44 2 13V4 16 11V4 5 18 a 44 liVi 16 nv 5 1V4 3. 7V41 War, served in major engagements throughout, the war, and later, was provost marshal in South Carolina 103 103 103 84 84 84 106 105 103 1 Gt Nor 4s'77 E. 23 Gt Nor 4s'46 G. 17 Hud Coal 5s'62 A during the reconstruction period. 37 37 37 He knew President Lincoln and iracons Mm as'k 44 Cons Stl Corp. 7 10 Com pr pr. 92'i prxjCont Roll lla 500 'Cooper-Bess 12 10 Corner Range 6 600 'Copperw'd Stl 15W 20 Creole Pet 26 Jjvy Brewing 50 'Cuneo Press 53 20 'Davenp Hos 17 2'K3 'Dayton Rub 17H SY Decca 7 Jf0 'Deiay Stra 4i 10 De Vilhiss 23 'i 100 Divco Twin Trk. 7. jno 'Duhilier Cond la lOODurh Hos 1 a 100 'Duro-Test 23 600 Eagle Pich Ld. 14 2O0 East Gas 4V 200 East GicF 6 23 200 East pr 40 50 East Sta pr 18 800 'Easy Wash MB. 4 100 'Eisler F.lec 1'4 8900 El Bond Sh. 100 'Elcctrol vtc l'a 600 Equity Corp 60 Equity Corp S3 pr 27 'Esqutre Inc 4'4 2'K tFairchlld Av 100 tFalstat Brew 7Vi 200 tFansteel Met 12 1'tO tFerro' Enam 22 200 -tFidelio Brew a. 70 Fire As Phil 68 6 Flsk Rub 103i 300 Ford Can 17 200 Ford Mot Ltd 23 200 rrodt-G M. 500 Fruehauf Tra 28'? 100 Gert Alloys 2' 10O Gen El Ltd 14 300-Gen FirepfR 13 100 tGen Rayon A 1 75 Geor Pw $6 pr. CO 200 Glen Alden Coal. 8" SOOGorh Mfgg 25'i 550GI Atl nv 25 Gt 1st pr ..131 WGt Nor Pap 41 4 500 Green lOTa 120f Grum'n Aire E. 18 iOOGulf Oil 45- i inOHall Lamp 3Ji Strs 3M 700'Hecla Min 7, IWMHewitt Rub ....154 4r0H-vden Chem 58 WHirts A 2'VHollin Gold 10'i 110 Horn A Hard 33 v4 2fw Humble Oil 68 JJ 6f0 'Hummel-RosK fi'4 joo '111 Iowa div ct 44 Sio iu Iowa Pow pr. 20 Imp Oil Ltd 14 Vm 100 Inn Pipe 6 4M1 In Co Am 71 4'i0 'Int Indust 2. 1310 Internal Pet 214 'Inter Prod 434 100 timer rtil 50 timer Ut pr 16V4 13 rfg 5s'57. 48V 48 Va 15 110 48 14 110 50Ta 54 97 recalled with "pride the reviewing of his troops by the President who appointed him provost marshal and Inc 5s-57. 15 4IllBellTel 18 111 Cen '66 50 5s'63A 544 3 Indus Rayon 4s '48 97 As the second year began, the Wage Hour administration was under a new commander, Lieut. Col. Philip Fleming, and faced what appeared to be the first, serious legal attack on its activities. Fleming arrived yesterday, succeeding resigned Administrator Elmer F. Andrews, and said he hoped it would not be necessary to become a "crack-downer" to clear up a backlog of 13.000 complaints of law violations received during the statute's first year. The legal -attack centered on a special wage order establishing a 32 -cent hourly minimum for the textile industry, which also became effective today. Oct. 24 (AP) An estimated' 690,000 workers received pay raises today as the national minimum wage increased from 25 to 30 cents an hour. The pay advance was automatic as the Wage-Hour-law entered its second year at 12:01 a. m. The limitation on the regular work week simultaneously dropped from 44 to 42 hours, with payment of time and one-half in cash required for overtime. Officials estimated the overtime section would benefit 1,663,500 workers in interstate commerce wh until today had been working: more than. 42 hours weekly without overtime pay. 11 11 17 100 tUnion Prem 17 500 tUnit Cig-Wh Str 10Q Unit nrn, war was about to nave signed nis com' ii B3 jniero IT it -si. tH mission when He fre 2 Interlake Ir cv 4s '47 93 93 8 Int Gt Nor 1st 6s '52 18 18 3U'I 54 97 6 93 18 71 99 45 5( 2 89 2 Int Hvd El cv 6s '44 711. 711. quently referred to this incident dur ins talks on his war experiences. DUE TOMORROW Boston. New York. Docks India Wharf Cbarles L. Norfolk. Uocks Wy FfUcV.nnUMvlhia New ffiSy Socks Cities Service plant. Braintree. Iowan, Pacific coast ports via New York and Philadelphia. Docks Wiggm Charlestown, and shifts Commonwealth. Pier. Juniata, Baltimore and Norfolk, docks Kota. Docks "Ke'nPhUadelphia. Docks Pier 2. South Btpannkraft, New Orleans via end New Bedford. Docks Pier 47. Mystic. San Bruno (Pan), Puerto Cortez. Docks Long Wharf. severance. Norfolk. Docks Mystic WWirndin Gulf. Newport News. Docks Bullitt's Wharf. Charlestown. Yarmouth, Yarmouth. N. S. Docks India Wlnearen (Swed). Gothenburg via Portland. Docks Charlestown. Boston Fish Receipts From the fishing banks today 15 boats called at the Fish Pier with 846,400 pounds of ground fish. Wholesale prices quoted at the pier were: Large cod, 8 to 9 cents a pound; market cod, 64 to IV; haddock, 8 to pollock, to 53A; hake, 54 to 6 V4; cusk, 5 to large sole, 8 to gray, -13 to 14; flounders, 5Vfc to haddock scrod, 5Va to 6Yt; cod scrod, 5 to redfish, 33,4 to 4. Ground-fish arrivals: Trawlers Shawmut, 100.000 pounds; Swell. 234.000 pounds: Atlantic. 139,000 pounds: Arlington, 1Q1.000 pounds. Schooners Rita 81.000 pounds: Pollvana, 47.080 pounds: Adventure 2d, 59,000 pounds; American. 38,000 pounds. Gloucester Fish Receipts GLOUCESTER, Oct. 24 Receipts here today totaled 587,000 pounds of fresh and salt fish irom three dr aggers, seven seiners, a British craft, two traps and 15 gill netters. Canadian, schooner was- the Elmer E. Gray, with a quarter of a million pounds of salt cod and 150 barrels of -salt mackerel from the Magdalene Islands, its third trip within a month. Drag-gers had redfish and -yellowtails founders. "Arrivals: Gov. Al Smith, 90,000 red-fish; St. Peter, 50,000 yellowtails; Marietta and Mary. 34.000 yellowtails: St. Theresa, 9000 small mackerel: Rose and Lucy, 8000 small mackerel: Bethuha. 8000 small mackerel; Carlo and Vince. 8000 small mackerel; Jennie and Julia, 5000 small mackerel: Rose Marie. 35.000 small mackerel: British schooner Catherine Burke, 250.000 salt cod, 150 barrels salt mackerel: two traps. 1000 small mackerel. All of the gill netters were out yesterday despite the northwester. Receipts from this source were 57.000 pounds, lostly pollock and hake. Catherine. 7000: Phyllis 6000: Elizabeth and James. 6000; Austin 5000: Edna Fae. 500Q: Margie and Roy. 4500; Mary F. Ruth. 40.000: Naomi Bruce 3d. 3500; Agnes and Myrnie. 30OO: Lucretia. 3000; Enterprise, 3ft00; Polly 3(100; Naomi Bruce 2d, 2300; Ethel S. Huff, 1000: Nimbus. 500. Banker Describes Need of Court Action in Settling Estate Frederick A. Carroll, vice president of the National Shawmut Bank of Boston, emphasized the importance of settlement of estates, in a lecture last night to 100 bankers attending the specialized course on trust activities at the Boston Chapter, American Institute of Banking. Mr. Carroll, who heads the trust department of his bank, said that the average person has difficulty in understanding why an estate must be administered in court. "All trust men," he said, "have had the ques es- la 30 10V. 2 3 Int Paper 5s '47 -99 -99 19 Int 4s 45 44 37 Int 5s '55 50 50 4K South 5s '50 67. 67V4 Early in September Capt Billings made a 2000-mile tour of Canada 're 67V 11 Term 4s '60 ...107 107, 107 turning to Sharon in tune to cele 16Koppers Co 4s '51 .101 100 101 105 105 brate his 96th biirthday anniversary. He. then expressed the wish to re 7 Kresge ouna 4 Lac Gas 5s 50 2 Loew's 3 Vis '46 99 50 86 50 99 86 1 Uong Isl rfg 4s 1 I is, Ark fia 'fiO R.ll 83 2600 Unit Gas 300 Unit Gas pr 200 Unit Gas 200 Unit 2100 Unit pr 100 tUnit Shipyds A COO tUnit Shipyds- B. 50 Unit Shoe M. 600 Foil 100 tU Lines pr 200 tU Plywood 200 100 Rub 300 United Stores 3900 tUnit Wall Pap. 100 Univ Cooler 200 Utah-Idaho' 73 Ptah pr 100 Util 100 Vogt 200 tWentworth 30O tWest Va 400 Weft Air Exp 30O tWilson-Jones 400 Wright Harg lOOtYukoa Pac visit the scenes of his" wartime days and mapped out another 2000-mile motor trip South, accompanied by 89 4 IV2 29 'a 10J 2 76 Va 44 3'4 17V4 2 -2" 2 2 V. 644 ll 2 24 4 84 6 la VjOuis un as iwi, luu4 a mannai Hy 4s 'u ts ea 30 10s 76 Va 3'4 17 2 'A 4 V. 2 2 -2' 644 il" 4 8'i 6'. 14 8, 68 7' U. S. Moves to; Capture Trade With Latin America 3 MtchCon Gas 4s '63 98 -l 4s '3ft 7 15M-K-Tex 5s 62 A 24T, J5M-K-Tex 1st 4s '90. 34 4 Mo- Pac cv 49 3 24 Mo Pao 5s '77 F. 16 ja Mo Pac 5s '81 I 16 4 Mont'Pw 3ia "66.. 99 2 2 '-Av' 2 '4 8 '4 6 '4 "4 -24 33 3 16 16 98 "24 34 3' 4 .18 18 99 105 101 99 123 105 INatDairy 43 Nat Distill 3s 30 Natl Steel 3s '65 99 3N Eng 5s '52 123 lUU'S 99 123 cnited a tales xsavy. MULLEN I South Boston. Oct. 23. tin J. beloved husband of Delia Connolly Mullen. Funeral from his lata home. 275 Dorchester sc. Wednesday. Oct. 25. at 8:15. Solemn Requiem Funeral Mass at St. Augustine's Churer-at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends re-spectfuny invited. Late member of SU Vincent Court. No. 1411. C. O. W. NALLY In Newton, Sunday. Catherine Coleman, wife of Edward S. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from her home, 16 Dalby Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. Solemn Requiem Mas in The Church of Our Lady at 8. NASH In Chelsea. Oct. 22, George W. Nash, formerly of Somerville. Services at the Wilson Chapel, 28 College West Somerville. Wednesday. Oct. 23. at 2:30 p. m. Somerville Post. A'o. 19, A. services, Tuesday, Oct- 24. at 8:30 p. m. tStock so marked are fully listed on the Curb Exchange. All others are dealt on an unlisted trading basis. 9 NY 1 NY 16 4 18 105' 12 NY Edts 3S 105 105 1 NY Edis 3'4s '66 105 cv 6s'48. 18 18 4s '67. 18 18 44 NY team 100 2 NY Tel '39. 99 99 3 NY lVis'48 3 3 105 18 18 100 99 3 102', 63 70 44 lO.T.i Leading Women Praise "New 63 70 3 mag sn 17 Nor Pac 6s 2047.... 63 6 Nor Pac 4s '97 70 1 Nor Pac 3s 2047 44 V- NELSON In Maiden. Oct. 22. Alma, widow of Axel H. Nelson. Service at 44 Va -5 Ohio Ed 3is72 103 9 4'61 105 104'A 105 99 ine nome 01 ner Airs. Paul Vv Senfleben. 133 Kimball on Wednesday, at 2 P. m. Reiauves and irienda invited. England Days PALMER In Roxbury. Oct. 23. Emile 26 Pac 3s 104 104 14 Pac 106 107. 14 Pac 3V.s '66 B.105 104 105 1 Penn-Dix 6s '41 A. 92 92 92 2 Pen RR gen Bs '68 106 106V, 109 11 Pen RR gen 4s '63 99 99 99 11 Pen RR 4s deb '70 85 85 83 7 Pen RR 3i '70 87V. 87Vi WASHINGTON, Oct. 24 (AP) The Administration put new steam today into its drive to capture Latin American trade from war-hindered European business men by coordinating into one committee the rival efforts of a score of Federal agencies. Henry F. Grady, Assistant Secretary of State and former chairman of the Tariff Commission, heads the committee: It also includes Edward J. Noble, Under Secretary of Commerce; John W. Hanes, Under Secretary of the Warren Lee Pierson, president of the Export-Import Bank, and Leslie A. Wheeler, chief of the Agriculture Department's foreign service. Meanwhile Dudley P. K. Wood, special Latin-American trade adviser at the Commerce Department, disclosed that representatives of department stores throughout the nation would be invited here about Nov. 1 to tell Latin-American attaches how to sell more goods in the United States. Latin-Americans have claimed for years that they did not have enough dolli. to buy United States products. The idea, Wood explained, is to give the Latin-American countries more money to buy United States goods by increasing purchases of their goods which do not compete directly with products made here. For instance, Ecuador will be told by a New York store that it could 6ell a lot more "Panama" hats here if they were designed for women instead of men. Ecuador is where the men's "Panamas" really come from. Another store wants to tell Colombia how to market pita a product ef wild pineapple, as a cheap substitute for linen. Wood pointed proudly to a can of lentil soup on his desk as the first actual result of his efforts, because a United States canner is introducing this important Chilean product to this country. Germany, where lentil soup is a national favorite, formerly sold considerable merchandise in Chile because the Reich bought so many lentils. Deiovea- nieotna of Alary Falmer nee Furie. of 278 Eusus st. Funeral front 62 Northampton st. Wednesday. Oct. 25. at 8:13 a. m. Funeral Mass at St. Patrick's Church at 0 o'clock. BelaUvts and friends kindly Invited. 15 Pen RR 3s '52 89 89 89 REISINGER In Oct. 31. Mar- 5arei A. inee ottoi. beloved tie of ohn C. Reisinser. formerly of 4855 Washlna-ton vet Roxoury. Funeral from tne P. E. Murray Funeral Home. 54 Roxbury Wednesday. Oct. S3, at 8:15 a. m. Requiem Hssn Mass at St. Joseph's Churcn at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. 7 Phila Co 5s'67 105 105 1 Phila Elec 3s'67 109 109 1 PhRead cv 6s'49 5 5 lPhRead 14 14 15 Phillips Pet 3s'48 ..114 113 13 Portl Gen 4s'60v 78 78 81 Postal 18 18 2Readg 4s '97 78 77 12 Rem Rnd 4s'56ww 97 96 5 Republic Stl 4s '61 94 94 ISt 4s 12 12 32 St 4s 150 11 11 ISSeabAL cn 6s 9 9 19 Shell Un 2s 94 93 46Skelly Oil 4s '51. .104 104 SCOTT Of 130 Wert Concord St- Boston. 25SoBell 3s 100 23iOU fac 4'S 4 So Pac rfg 4s '53 68 8 So Pac 4s Ore '77. 55 10 South Ry cn 5a '94. 88 63 68 94 sa 61 100 63 68 S3 88 61 103 122 13 Sou Ry pen 4s 61 tion asked many times. "Why can't 23 SW BellTel 3s '68. .103 102'i 9 Std Oil NJ 3a '61 103 103 16 Studebaker cv 6s45 98 07 V. 97 107 107 4 Tex Corp 3 "51 .107 27 Third Ava Ra '60 Modern Maiden High School to Be Opened Thanksgiving 105 V4 23 Vn Pac 1st 4s 112 112 his daughter, Mrs. Arthur P. iske. Mrs. Margaret J. White MEDFORD, Oct 24 A high mass of requiem was celebrated this morning by Rev. Fr. Hackett in the Church of St Francis of Assisi for Mrs. Margaret J. White, formerly of Medway and Charlestown. Mrs. White was well known in the Bunker Hill District where' she had lived for a number of years after moving from Montrose, Colo. The funeral was from the home of her son, William H. White of 8 Hadley st, this city. The pallbearers were John P. Buckley, Timothy J. Buckley, William Buckley, Joseph Woixis, Joseph White and Donald McCarthy. Interment was in Oak Grove Cemetery. Death Notices ErtXTNGS Of Sharon. October 22. Lieut. L. Lorenzo Billings, husband of the late Ella Cobb Billings in his 87th year. Funeral services at the liome of hfs daughter. Mrs. Arthur P. Flake. 23 Pleasant Sharon. Wednesday. October 25. at 2:30 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. BREEN In Water-town. Oct. 24. Francis, beloved husband of the late Mary A. Breen (nee McAneny of 203 Bovlston st. Funeral from the Stanton Funeral Home. 786 Mt. Auburn Thursdav. Oct. 26. at 8 a. m. H'gh Mass of Requiem at St. Theresa's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends respect full invited to attend. Lowell capers please copy. FENNELLY In Orient Heights. East Boston. Oct. 23. John P. Fennellv. Funeral from the home of his niece. Mrs. George A. Russell. 12 Thurston Thursday, st 8:15 a. m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Joseph's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives aod friends invited. Late member of Fitton Council No. 84. K. of C. MORRISSEY In Charlestown. Oct. 23. Michael, beloved husband of Theresa Morrissey ne WalshK Funeral from his late residence. 71 Bunker Hill Wednesday- Oct. 25. at 8:15 a. m. Solemn Hia'rf Mass at St. Catherine's Church at 9 o'clock. Late member ol St. Catherine's Holy Name Society. World War and friends Invited. OLLIAS In West Roxbury. October 24. Catherine Ollias. faithful servant for 47 years in the home of the late William C. Williams of Dedham. Funeral from the residence of Miu Rose brooks. 328 LaGrange Thursday morning. Oct. 26, at S. Solemn Requiem Mass St. Theresa's Church gt o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. SULLIVAN In Watertown. Oct. 23. Lieutenant Timolhv Sullivan, at his home. 110 Standiah rad. Military service at Storey Chapel. Mt. Auburn Cemetery. Cambridge. Thursday. Oct. 26. at 2 p. m. Newport, R. and Philadelphia. papers please copy. BARNJUM In Lynnfleld Center. Oct. 22. Bertha Louisa, widow of Frank J. D. Banuum, ase 78 years. Services from residence, 239 Summer Tuesday. Oct. 24. it 1 p. m. BOURNE In Dorchester. October 22. Mary Jane Bourne. Funeral services at her late residence. 54 Barry Street, on Wednesday. October 23. at 2.30 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. BR ADLEY In Weymouth, suddenhr. Oct. 2 Herbert busband of Ella E. (Herrioi Bradley. Funeral services at his late home. 58 Hr-1in cm Vedneday at 2 p. m. Retired police Inspector, Chelsea Department. CARROLL In Cambrldse. Oct. 22, Charles son of the ia'e Patrick and Louise Carroll. Funeral from Danehy'g Funeral Home. 22M Msa. av Wednesday at 8-13. Requiem High Mm at Rt. John's Church at 9. Inlcimtnl Visiting hours 2-1 CLIFFORD In Everett. October 23. Nora E. Carroll, beloved wife of Albert Clifford. Funeral from 76 Summer Wednesday. Oct. 23. at 8 13 a. m. Solemn High Mass at the Immaculate Conception Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. CONNOR In Bedford, Oct. 22. Idward B. Funeral from his home, Dav is road, on Wednesday. Oct 23, Solemn Rryuirm Mass al iU Munati Church at 9 30. CURTIS In Boston. Oct. Eugene N. T. Curtis, of 43 Magnolia Dorchester. Funeral servtces at the Waterman Chapel. 433 Commonwealth Ave Boa-' ton. on Wednesday. Oct. SI. at 9 m. me lamuy just take mis property and divide it among themselves and in a manner satisfactory to themselves without going through all of the procedure of administration through the Probate "The reason." stated Mr. Carroll, "is that the title to the personal ilZ'4 2Un pac 3s '71 95 95 95 8 Unit Drug 5s '53 78 78 78 )C VTC I 41 A.a' al 103 atVVJ I 4 SO. 1 4 c'tan as 44 .101 joi 100 105 2 VirginianRy 3s 13 Wabash 4Ha C. II 5 Walker 4s '43 ..103 7 Walworth 4a '55 property of a deceased person vests in his executor or administrator and in no one else. This official the 63 80 II 103 63 80 86 i 72 68i 96 104 ivai nrr Drua -lo. 3 West Md 4s '52 864 6 Western Un 5s '51 73 3 Western Un 4a '50 68 7 Wheel Stl 4a '66A 96 10 Ycungst 4s '61 104 Boston Wool Dealers Deny Refusing to Surrender Records WASHINGTON, Oct. 24 (UP) The special Senate committee investigating wool heard charges today that certain Boston wool dealers once made an agreement to refuse to surrender some records for the use of the committee. Earl S. Haskell, an invstigator, told the group that "an important member of the trade" in Boston informed him of a meeting about a year and a half ago at which wool" dealers made the agreement to withhold certain records concerning their handling of wool shipments. Senator Adams, chairman, immediately recognized Claude B. Cross of Boston, attorney for the Boston wool dealers, who denied the charges. "There never was any such meeting," Cross declared "and we can produce witnesses after witness to so testify." Haskell refused to identify the "important member of the trade" whom he quoted. He said, however, he would "be glad to tell the committee members privately." Haskell and Henry De Mott, another investigator, also criticized methods used by some wool dealers in grading wool. They claimed that commingling shipments compelled growers to take the same shrinkage losses no matter what the actual shrinkage was in Individual shipments. In some instances, they said, cer. tain growers were forced to take losses up to eight cents a pound more than "their actual losses due to shrinkage. Rail Commission Sets Hearing Dates on Old Colony Road The special commission which lk-studying the transportation problems of the Old Colony Railroad voted today to hold public hearings in Middleboro. Oct. 31, and in Whitman Nov. 1, both at 7:30 p. to give residents of those communities an opportunity to speak in connece tion with the railroad's passenger service abandonment program. A general public hearing will held in the Gardner Auditorium, State House, Tuesday morning, Nov, 7, at 10.0J., Memberi of the spec'al commJj lion said today that, they plan to confer with and Winthrop authorities, todiscuss the problem of the Boston, Revere Boaca SAO Lynn Railroad abandonment. -FOREIGN BONDS 21 Argentine 4s '72 Feb 72 2 Arnentine 4'iST71 K.T, Australia 4s'5a 7ZV The iccond annual series of "New England Days for New England Prosperity" campaign received the praises today of prominent women In dub, civic, educational and business groups throughout New England. They saw in it an invaluable ttimuplant to farm and industrial activity throughout this region. The campaign, of 10 days' duration, was started Oct. 19, and will continue to Oct. 28. It was initiated by 13 New England chain store groups, with the sponsorship of the New England Council's marketing committee, as a drive to increase consumption of New England products. "This annual observance of New England days keeps housewives and all' consumers alert and on the watch for New England products throughout the year," said Miss Eleanor W. Bateman of the Massachusetts Department of Agriculture, Division of Markets. Mrs. Gladys Beckett Jones, direc- tor of the Garland School in Boston, $vanced the belief that "New Engenders are too modest," and that New England days should make us more conscious and prouder of the fine workmanship and ability of our People." "J'ew England days should become New England months," in the opinion of Miss Anne McKenzie, per-rmei director, Sears Roebuck and Others to praise New England "ays were Mrs. Lars A. Svensson, ttate chairman. Division of Industry find Labor, Massachusetts States 'Iteration of Women's Clubs; Mrs. l.zabeth 11. Cox, president. Consumers' Institute of Massachusetts; Hiss Margaret Wiesman, executive "cretary. Massachusetts Consumers' gue; Mrs. John H. Kimball, gen-, jal Federation director for the Massachusetts State Federation of women's Clubs; Mrs. Imogene Wol-fott, director, Home Devision, First Rational Stores, and Mrs. Hazel II. frtson' secretary, Division of gnculture and Industry, New Eng-nd Conference, of Women' Clubs. Saving Bank Life Insurance Increase Deputy Commissioner Judd Dewey the State Department of Savings cank Life Insurance announced to-ay a gain of $18,449,318 in the total pouciei during the past nwal year. There was a toUil of 1M ,137.218 as of Sept 30. 1938, Sept. 30, 1939, the total was showing. a gain ct U-97 Krcent, 68 Relamm 6s '53 85 sjcrooer Fuaaenjy. wiuiam aee 65 years. Services will be at tre fTann Sc Mann Funeral Home. 41ft South Huntington Jamaica Plain, on Wednesday. October 25. at 2:30 o'clock. RelaUve and friends are Invited. SEXTON In Arlington. October 22. Kaso Sexton, in his 99th year, late of 39 Harriett av. Funeral services at the A. E. Long Memorial Chrel. 4 Beech cor- Eer of Massachusetts North Cam-ridge. Thursday. October 26. at 2 nv. SHUMWAY In Maiden. Oct. 22. N'sie Shumway. ase ta year, of 11 Pase s. Services from the fimeral hctng of A. N. Ward St Son. 37 st- Wednesday at 2 P. m. RcaUves and friends invited. SPEAR In Dorchester. Oct. 22. Bareh Spear. Funeral service at her jste residence, ii Bakersrteid sc. 00 wednes day. Oct. 23. at 2 p. m. STOCKFORD In Hyde Park. Oct 22. Fannie M. Stockford aged tl yea's. Services at the Funeral Home of Frark-lsn C. Graham. 111 Hyde Park av-. Tuesday. Oct. 24. at 2.33 p. m. Ra.aUvee and friends invited. TOBIN In New York. Oct 23. MsiT. ft the la'e Patrwk and Alary Atulcahv Tobtn. Her funeral tsae place Thursday morning at 8 o'el'xe from the home of her netrtew. James Tobin. 12 Turner st Sa em. fo! owed by Requiem Hish Mass at JmiEaiitta Conception Church at 9 o'c'ock. irial In St Mary's Cemetery. Salem. Bclav Uves and friends invited. iTTtXEY In Ws'tham, Oct JJ. Mabel wife of Edwin Y. Wil.ey of Howard gt In her 70th year Funeral services from the est O-r Savior UnivcrsaStt. Uam Oct. 2. at 2 e'rlncn. Relatives and friends invited to atterii. WILLIAMS In flomervllle, frt 22. Nora beloved wife Levi V'i liter- arvd mother of Anna WVams. rurl from her home. 32 Ra-'ciitle road. Wt. it I a. Reouiem Mim at 5t. Ann Church. Mediord at at 9 dot. Ait-a-tivcs and ti lends invited. i SOMERVILLE FOST, R3. 19, A. We reeret to announce, the death esf comra-le George W. Na.h. Ritual acrvtcs-e at Wilson Chapel. 58 College Tuesday. Oct. 24. at 8 30 ra. Funeral Wednesday. Oct. 25. at 2 attend. KINBY JfOVtS. Coma. CARD OF THANKS The family ot the late John J. Bur wish to enpres trielr sincere tnanss their many relative and fronds toe the kindness thosn to thru j-i trr-r bereavement. MARY Bl'RKE AND AA1-ILV. 108 Baldwin st- Char.ctiov. a. aV 1 Brazil 8s '41 15 fit. 1S3 11 103 63 80 86 73 68 96 104 Va 72 F3 lU 13 12''a 12 54 P9 90 71 58 10 11 83 S4 69 IV' ir- i 69 RJ 57 1 Brazil 6s '2-37 51 Braul 6s '27-57 20Buen A 4 4s 77 43 Canada 4s '60 5 Canada 3s '61 10 Cooenhag 5s 1 Cuba 5s '43 20 Denmark 4a '62. 4 Ger Gov 26 Ger Govt 7'49 3 GtConEIPJan6f'50 1J'4 IV1 R- 72 S8 10 11 83 If" 72 81 72 84 13 12 12 98 90 24' 72 56 10 IV 52 69 IV' IV' 6 59 58 57 6 nwnri'L 1 '32 54 50Ital Pyb Util 7g 36 Italy 7, '61 7 man 04 25 ian Citv 6Sa S2. 51 fja we- 0 Norway 4s '63 80 1 Orient Dev 5s '58 53 2 Pan '63 A at asd 62 i 3 Rio de Jan 6 '-a '53. 7 2 Rome 6s "52.. .59 7 Tokio Citv 5s '61. 58 lOTokio El Lt 6s '53 57 flWar.awC 4i'58aid 5 only one who can be sued to com- pel the payment of debts due from the deceased and is the only one who can legally enforce the payment of obligations due the estate. Likewise, he is the only person who can legally transfer the title to stocks, bonds, mortgages, bank deposits or whatever other personal property there may be. Further, owing to the fact that the real estate descends to the heirs subject to the payment of debts, no satisfactory title thereto can be obtained by the heirs until official administration has been secured and proper steps taken to bar claims of creditors." Fluid Milk Sales Up NEW YORK, Oct. 24 (AP) Daily average sales of fluid milk in September totaled 6,599,354 quarts, an increase of 3.79 percent from quarts in September last year, the Milk Industry Foundation said today. The information was based on reports from leading distributors in 136 markets. Milk company payrolls increased .5 of 1 percent in September, compared with last year, while employment was up 2.23 percent. Bar Silver Higher Abroad LONDON, Oct. 24 (AP) Bar silver at 23H pence an ounce was up V4 of a penny. Based on sterling at $4 03 the equivalent is 42 39 cents. Bar gold, at 168 shillings an ounce wts unchanged, -Th equivalent is $33.83.. a MALDEN'S $1,250,000 SCHOOL huge auditorium, capable of seating several thousand people, is Hiiilt nn4 nuinrwrl iUSt like the modern theatres, with a projection Investment Trusts Phoenix Securities reports as of Aug. 31 net asset value of $858 a share of common, against $2.89 on the like date last Incorporated Investors reports as of Sept 30 on the basis of valuing investments securities at market quotations on that date net resources amounted to $53,045,246. equal to $17.88 a share of capital stock. Bar Silver Higher in N. Y. MALDEN, Oct, 24-On or about Thanksgiving the doors of Maiden's new $1,250,000 limestone high school will be thrown open to admit nearly 2000 pupils. Situated just outside of Maiden sq- it is built as a wing, beside the old high school. The old building, which will house the machine and woodworking shops, is connected to the new one by underground passageways, will be known in the future a the Maiden Trade School, but actually will remain a part of th high ichool system. There are many unusual featurei incorporated in the new school. The booth lor botn sueni ana wuna nun. Its gymnasium, the largest to be found in any high school in this country, has a banked wooden track for indoor track meets. AU the classrooms are so designed that sunlight enters them during the greater part of the school day. In addition, the building is. completely Insulated and fireproofed and in some rooms aoundproofed. All floora art inlaid linoleum. Of the total cost pf the 80-room school, $330,000 was a PW. A. grant, IN MEMORIAM 1937 William II. Cuchaaan 1933 Usy assy AU dreaasles slaaaser be. J93S William F. Burroofh 19-53 Aaalvertarr snsts Hg Oct. 13. 1 i A. 9. Jlrsrai Oatsk. Nartk sy tnsath. LiBfly reaseasi4 Ay A. li. Mltslsmi Bacretsta. NEW YORK. Oct 24 (AP)-Bar silver was up of cent at 36 1, Interment at Rochester Cemtery. Rochester, New Hampshire, on Thursday, at 11 a. m. Rsxacstcx ao4 Povu cents an ounce, papers pica cppy

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