Business: Personnel: Sep. 11, 1933

Last week the following were news:

John William O'Leary, onetime president of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce and of Chicago's National Bank of the Republic (merged in 1931 with Charles Gates Dawes's Central Trust to form Central Republic Bank & Trust, which is slowly being liquidated) last week filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy. Said he: "I regret the necessity for this action. . . . As a large holder of bank stocks and in a position where the liquidation of these holdings would have had a serious effect on the general banking...

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