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THE REGISTER, DANVILLE, VA., SATURDAY. AUGUST 12. 1988 BflAKD is sun PLAN Hampton Roads Sewage Disposal Project Before Advisory Body RICHMOND. Va.. Aug. 12 --(#)--The £3,000,000 to $8.000,000 Hampton Roads sewage disposal project by which the commonwealth hopes to end pollution now threatening most of the resorts and a large seafood producing area, wag foremost among the Virginia public works projects bsiore the state publl cworks advisory board here today. Sewage disposal projects are listed lor preference in the recovery bill, and with the cooperation of the Hampton Roads communities plans Jor the work may be prepared within a short time. Robert B. Preston, ot Portsmouth, Tidewater member oi the advisory board, conferred with representative local officials yesterday, and Senator Harry F Byrd assured Mayor bamuel L. Slover, ol Norfolk, that he Is urging acceptance of the pi by the national public works ad- rrunistration. The advisory board, consisting oi Jay W. Johns, of Charlottesviile Chairman, B C. Moomaw, Roanoke and Mrs. Preston, still awaited to- lay the appointment of an engineei lor the Virginia unit by the federal E ^ministration. Governor Pollard, who has been re- ce.iing agent for the Virginia public uorks proposals, counts the Hampton Roads disposal scheme among th' r.iost importaat of the projects. He has pointed out that the work no only will- give employment to con «, ruction forces, but, by restoring Hampton bar and other importan' Fiellfish areas, and many miles o ceach abandoned because of pollu foa, will be a conservation projec tnat will establish permanent em r ovment ^or many. Senator Byrd believes that since the project largely involves natura resources under federal as well as t ate and local control and protect on the percentage of federal aid to, ^ ^ t2 expected may be considerably j . hat r ere than the one-third provided Icr most of the projects. A Modern Venus ROOSEVELT ON Miss Levanoria Sabalis, of Jersey City, won over 170 other beauties in a "Modern Venus" contest at Coney Island, N. Y. TOWN TOPICS First Lady In Virginia For Festival R'rs. Roosevelt Attends Program at White Top Mountain Z TOP MOUNTAIN. Va . Aug. John Carter. Tate avenue, reported the police department last nigh 1928 model Chevrolet sedan stolen in Schoolfield. Th had been no trace 01 the machine this morning. Women Scarce, Early Settlers Paid Transportation to U. S. With Tobacco, Meeting Told President Confident of Favorable " Development* in Cuba HARRISONBURO. Va., Aug. 12.--(ff) JPI--The scientifically beautiful Shen- ndoah Valley of Virginia today lured President Roosevelt as he returned through the Old Dominion en route to Washington after a two weeks' vacation at his Hyde Park. N. Y.. home. Three civilian conservation camps } the George Washington National Forest and the Shenandoah National »ark area were on the president's motor itinerary after his detraining at Sarrlsonburg. At the end of a leisurely Jaunt through the valley, the president will arrive in Washington sarly tonight. William M. Oreen, president of the American Federation of Labor, was at Liuray to greet the president. President Roosevelt boarded his special train at Highland*, across the river.from Hype park last night, per. mitting him to-make a direct trip past New York City and into Virginia early today. Automobiles awaited th emrrlval of the president'* party for the motor trip to Washington. Awaiting him at the capital,were the national recovery campaign and state problems, together with the Cuban crisis. EN ROUTE WITH THE PRESIDENT TO WASHINGTON, Aug. 12.--(#-President .Roosevelt conf id e n 11 y watched for a break in the Cuban crisis as he travelled back to Washington by a circuitous route today. . Throughout tne night his secretary. Marvin H. Mclntype, kept contact with Washington while the president's special train sped from Hyde Park, N. Y., down the west bank of the Hudson river, past New York City and beyond the capital. The Lions' club held a country meeting at Whltmell last night, en- Joying a delightful feast served picnic style under the trees adjacent to the church. An Interesting outdoor program was I presented following the supper, tea-' tared by an address by Col. A. B. Carrington on the history of the tobacco Industry, a "black face" comedy sketch by Ross Fowlkes entitled, "The Ins and Outs of the N. R. A." and a musical program by Miss Evelyn Oour- famllle* in Virginia." "From 1730 on a great deal of money was made out of tobacco, mo*t of the fine house* on the Jame*. Rappahanock and Potomac and other ley, pianist; William McMann, violinist, and Basil Browder. who by special request sang, "Old Man River," after leading the audience In singing several popular numbers. Prizes were given by several members of th: club to the men and women of Whitmell and vicinity. Mrs. George Williams falling heir to a present by Benton Hodnett for being the bAt cook. Among other club members who gave prizes were A. H. King. P. L. Anderson, Herbert Hoffman, Walter Blankenship and W. L. Norton. The meeting wa« presided over by N. E. Wicker, Jr., president of the club, who made a brief explanation of the purposes of the club in holding country meetings. Before introducing Col. Carrington. Mr. Wicker said: "I feel that the purpose of the meeting has already been fulfilled In that we have learned to know each other better while enjoying the delightful supper which you have served us." built by tobacco farmers. "George Washington was one of the largest tobacco farmers in Virginia. He shipped tobacco direct to England, consigning it to a firm in Bristol, which Is still in existence, Messrs. W. D. and H. O. Wills. They nave framed in their office a letter reading Late News Briefs "I thought It might be interesting," said Col. Carrington, "to those of us in this section who depend so largely on the raising of tobacco for our living, to hear something of the history and I do claim to know something of the history of the tobacco industry. about as follows: 'I am consigning to you a shipment of tobacco by the good ship THREE CASTLES, raised on my Mt. Vernon planatatlon which you will please sell for my account to the best advantage possible. Credit my account with the proceeds of the sale and ahip to my Mt. Vernon plantation certain articles as per schedule enclosed.' (Signed) GEORGE WASHINGTON "Some people," said Col. Carrington, ' have a mistaken idea that the United States raises the 'argest part of the tobacco consumed in the world. The total world production of tobacco is five and a half billion pounds of which the U. S. raises only j about one and a half billion pounds British India is the next largest producer, raising almost as much as the United States. More than fifty countries raise this five and a half million pounds of tobacco. "The total stamp tax paid to the government on the manufacure of snuff, smoking and chewing tobacco and cigarettes Is about 9444,000.000 a year. Government figures show that in 1865 the consumption of tobacco per capita was 1 8 In the United States, which by 1927 had risen to "When John Rolfe, secretary of the London company, cane to Jamestown j about 1612 he got together ten tons of tobacco from the Indians, packed it in bales and shipped it to London, 7 pounds per capita." After giving detailed statistics concerning the tobacco business of Virginia, the United States and the world, Col. Carrington said in conclusion. "The Garden club of Vlr- thls being the first shipment of to- | ginia have adopted the dogwood as bacco from Virginia, for which he got All signs indicated that the presl- j #nia dent was expecting something to "*' two shillings a pound This was the beginning of the export trade in Vlr- The first group of prisoners from the city jail will be moved to the new ' happen in Cuba in response to his appeal for an end to political warfare in the interest of economic stability. Reports that President Gerardo Machado, of Cuba, might make an airplane trip to the United States continued to receive no confirmation from taoie close to the president. Some observers, however, believed such move was not improbable. Remvigorated by his two weeks at home. Mr. Roosevelt looked forward j"_^ -- Winding mounta'n roads 1 -at her father traveled when he was city farm where they will be kept on eag erly to his first visit to some of Monday. W!tn the completion of the! tne civilian conservation camps, es detention building and the cyclone I tablished ?.* a result of a proposal fence surrounding the place, the farm is ready for the housing of prisoners. About fifteen men will comprise the group to be stationed there next week. Other groups will be taken at inter- "For many years tobacco continued to be the main money crop of the Colonists. It was the medium of trade; taxes were paid with it: ser- the state flower but Dr. Mclllwalne, state librarian, has suggested and I think very properly, that the pink blossom of to tobacco plant would be more appropriate. "Tobacco has been the main stay of Virginia since 1612 and we have not yet lost our prestige as a tobacco vants were paid with It and debts j state. All the bright tobacco, I don't were also paid with it. "The London .company found there was a scarcity of young women In the colonies and about 1617 they sent mnety respectable* j oung women over. These young women were allowed to make free choices of the eligible bach- are where it Is raised ·* aether In North Carolina, South Carol.na or Georgia, is known to the foreign trade as Virginia tobacco. All the advertising you gee in foreign countries Is for Virginia cigarettes and Virginia tobacco. All their signs say vals. W. J. Ramsey, member of the Harn- Ramsey revival party conducting services in Martinsville. will preach at Keen Strset Baptist Church at the morning place of who Is out of the city. The fire department was called early this afternoon to a. blazing box - ·- The Blaze extinguished and the was ttlfl to nave bee n small. ^^ f -ath todav -or Mrs rossevelt to "white Top Mountain's) E .mmlt for the taird interstate folk ' c. uslc festival. There were shorter roads and more c ' cult because :t was tne road over , % -.ch. ElMott Koosevelt roae » ! r^rseback among the mountain foik j \ jo knew and loved him. j _ . - f\T Tney turned out today for the first f*r£SlQg]lt \Jl IL^.. " Boys were put to fiddles and I;ei were s:t to dancing as thou- e'^As made the winding trip to, Vmte Top. Through the summer night, the ^r.t pavilion swayed to feet that t vecuted the square dance. The Republic To Quit Office (Contm»ed From Page One) which he made and put through Congress. Alighting from the train early today Barrieonburg, Va., the president planned to motor through the Shenandoah Valley and along the Sky Line douie of the Blue Ridge mountain range to the capital, which he extended tc reach before nightfall. Three of the conservation corps camps ^ere selected for visits during the ride. Train Crash Hurts Fatal To Engineer (Continued From Page One) left the rails. Two sleeping cars re- elors, each young man payng 150 I Virginia tobacco and you never see pounds of tobacco to cover the cost of bringing h'-s lady to the colonies Within two years 150 young women had been sent out in this way and were comfortably situated in their the names of other states that raise more tobacco than Virginia mentioned." Resolutions were unanimously adopted approvig the NRA program own homes. Thus tobacco was re- j and pending the support oi the club sponsible for the foundation of many ' members. GLORIFYING YOURSELF LAUM WELLES MIAMI. fU., Auf. U.--*»--E«- preMlnf appreciation of the pert plajed by American Amhaaeadof Suraner Welles la toe resignation or President Gerarto Maehatfo and gratification In that the final set- ttement was without bloodshed. General Marlon O. Menocal declared today "all other problems are easily fettled." General Menocal. former president of Cuba and leader of the Mach. o opposition, asserted "the general strike was the vole* of the people of Cuba and precipitated the downfall of Machado. "With Machado gone, all other differences are easily settled. I have even confidence in the final Judgment of the people." BALBO HOME FIfMIClNO. Italj, August 12.-*--General Italo Balbo's air armada, approaching Its final land- Ing place after the flight to the Chicago exposition, was Righted to- daj at 6:06 p. m. (12:0« p. m. Eastern Standard Time.), coming In from Lisbon. TO ADJUST PAY \VASHINGTON. Aug. 12.--(IP)-The problem of adjusting navy jard workers' pay, cut 16 1-3 per cent under the five day work week schedule, must await presidential action. President Roosoelt hus raid an adjustment might be made after September 1. In the meantime It was said at the navy department today the curtailed pay schedule, nlll prevail. 442 SIGNERS HERE NORFOLK. Va./ Aug. 12.--(If)-Recounted and rechecked the number of NBA code Signers for this district np to 11 a. m., today was 41,678. affecting 323,600 emplojft. according to statistics furnished bj 9. 4. Skorup, Jr., district administrator. By states the count was: Virginia. 11.238 employers, 65,448 emploses; Maryland 13,716 employers, 95.265 emplo\e!; North Carolina, 11.823 employer;; District of Columbia, 4,301, employers 45,363 employes. The count by cities was not given but It was said that In Norfolk 1,503 code signers had responded. Richmond, 1,783 and In Danville 442. TO NAME HERRERA WASHINGTON, Aug. 12--OP)-Reports reaching the state depart- merit today from Cuba Indicated that President Machado would appoint General Alberto Herrera. as secrtary of state, and thus make him eligible to succeed "as provisional president. Herrera. it was indicated, wonld be commissioned later today to form a cabinet expected to be composed of a representative group from the several parties. Although It was not said positive!;. Herrera probably, will head this coalition cabinet. French Clergy Ired COALSTREE French clergymen are protesting the abbreviated bathing: costumes being permitted this season at shore resorts, and the archbishop of Paris has issued a ban against them among Catholics. Photo shows a style in favor at Cap D'Antibes, on the Riviera, to which objection is made. malned on the track. You can go away for a vacation and forget about your daily cares ana I worries, but you shouldn't forget j about your complexion. j If you're going to vacation on a farm or at a camp back in the woods, you can easily give your face a rest [from cosmetics Your skin will bfrns- ' should oe appointed Brown, an eagineman for 18 years. ] fit greatly by a rest from rouge, pow- was extricated from the wreckage of his locomotive. Both legs and one arm were broken and he sustained in- der and the like. But there are some things which your skin can't do without. ing up much less room in a suitcase. Furthermore, once you pack tae little .box. you'll be sure you have all the things which you will need. An ideal beauty kit should contain cleansing cream, sk'a t."»nlc. tissue cream, foundation lotion or cream, cleansing tissues, absorbent cotton, sunburn oil. hand lotion and miniature boxes of your own powder, rouge and lipstick. You need some sunburn oil to Warden Scored For Privileges Given Gangster WASHINGTON, Aug. 12.--(ff)--·Ter- rence Druggan. Chicago beer baron, not only lost his special privileges at Leavenworth federal penitentiary but today was 'awaiting transfer" 1 to the Atlanta prison, there to serve five months longer than he had expected. That decision was reached by the trial board which recommenced that pending the transfer the Chicagoan, sentenced to two and a half years for income tax evasion, be kept, in the "segregation ward" at Leavenworth. The board decided to take away ISO days of the total "good behavior" deduction that Druggan would have been allowed. Since Robert S. Hudspeth. warden of the annex in which Druggan had been kept, "has had a splendid record," the board agreed that censure for him was sufficient, espelcauy because he was guilty of "carelessness rather than active participation in the bestowal of privileges." But P. J. Learney, deputy warden, was suspended and J. A. Ording. Chaplain, Lester M. Wahler. guard, and Vernon M. Swearlngen. automo- bll mechanic, were dismissed Union Head Urges Johnton to Protect Men Working Mine* CLINTON. Ind., Aug. 13.--(*}---Tba bombing of three Homes in a Clinton suburb, including residence* o two miners who were wounded bf * mob surrounding the Bunaen No. 4 coal mine at Universal yesterday, added tenseness to the situation at the mine today. The first bomb, which police aaid was placed in the kitchen of the John Swlckard home, ripped oft the rear of the house. The other* Aid but slight damage at the homes of Henry Drake and of a family named Holden. No one was injured by th* blasts. Swlckard. with twelve shotgun wounds in the back." and Drake, Buffering painful cuts where stone* struck his head and arms, were in Union hospital at Terre Haute. They . are members of the Associated Miners Union, and were ambushed in their ambushed in their automohtte as they drove to work at the Bunsen mine The mine has been picketed all week by United Mine Workers of America sympathizers, seeking to dissuade the- men from working. The first violence at the mine occurred last Monday when Sam White, Universal business man and U. M W. member, wa» shot by a mine guard as he joined a group · of pickets. State officials watched, the situation cloeely. Governor Paul V. McNutt said Elmer Straub, adjutant general of the Indiana national .-| guard, was receiving hourly reports and was prepared to move troops Into the area from Port Knox, Ky, and Shakamak State Park II necessity arose. The atmosphere at the mine was one of armed peace. Guards with guns stood at the entrance to the- company property while pickets held positions on roads leading to the mine. Through last night workers at the shaft made their way to the Tipple, seeking to avoid concentration _/ of pickets this morning. Meanwhile, Vern Bennett, president of the Associated Miners Union, telegraphed General Hugn Johnson, na- - tlonal recovery administrator, urging action to protect the men at the mine He described Clinton and neighboring towns as "gripped with fear." The Bunsen mine employ* approximately 250 men. - s~nz sun looked out uoon the mer- I The resignation ot the secretary of rsw*o had promised to keep state as well as the president was! Torl£ vas just approaching Sallsbury tot. lady of the' oart of the American peace plan to when the crash occurred. The speed -- * j . - .TM,«»nt.mMit or ,,,, TM .·^fo-hn.-orav harf not been slack- temal injuries, dying at the hospital i Little beauty boxes--sometimes j keep from getting a burn instead of two hours later. ' called week-end kits--are just what' a nice, even tan. Nourishing cream i The eight-car train. "The Cavalier." ,you need for week-ends out of town I (it's about the same thing as tissue bound from Cape Charles, Va.. to New j and for your longer vacation until i^nd arrived "Cluck Old Hen." Mule." "Black Ey?d up In smaller bottles and jars. "Hop iroai the fiddle, and dulcimer. I order to permit the appointment of j on a straightaway had not been slack Eared i a new secretary of state acceptable j e ned when, apparently, the locomo-1 kit saves packing all your regular and ' to all factions who should succeed tivc struck a loosened rail and after containers separately, thereby tak- 1 -- j traveling five car lengths turned retire j O ver on the right side directly across closely on a ioth north and south bound tracks. Two baggage^ cars were overturned. cream) Is very necessary on a vaca- They contain Just the right creams tion. Use it at night to put oil back and lotions and other cosmetics put I into your skin. Winds and sun tend from followed on army units strategic demanded in to participate. Negro Held For Grand Jury In Larceny Case g« Sumner Welles. United States ambassador. recently presented a proposal to the president calling for his retirement as a solution for political turmoil in the island republic. Strikes in Havana aad throughout! the right of way. another stopped perpendicular to the tracks, two-day coaches immediately following were flung to the right, one hauling up in the edge of a woods. Both were left leaning at a dangerous angle as was also one of the Pullmans. Two rear Pullmans remained upright on the tracks.' The wreckage formed the letter "S~ along South Boston the Island have added to the dislocation of normal activities in Cuba. In the day coaches which Jostled precariously across splintered rails^ Colonel Horacio Ferrer. 61-year-old j and ttes_there^ *^J^ Te , arraigned in j doctor, was regarded today as the . - - - s:^,^»^^^^^ .arcenv lo receiving and concealing 1 war, and Machados choice, having i A- r. MW ·. =. _ " goods, as result of the theft' been rejected by leaders of the mill( i of a lot of blank-to 2ra ma box car on the local railway jsrds. Frank Peatross was bcM lor the rjand jury on a charge oi car break- inz and liiteny. He was fined S19.45 sentenced to sixty days la jail Sunday Services At Episcopal Value Of Stolen Goods Taken In July Takes Drop The value of articles and goods stolen in Danville during the month of July showed a sharp decrease against the same month last year although the number of cases were the same. A police department report shows that during the past month there were sixty-one cases of .thefts in various orms. the same number as In July last year. The value of good taken was shown to be tl.860, half of what It was last year, the July 1932 figure being »3.8l«. There was one hold-up and robbery from the person during July tfut nothing was taken. Forty thefts were reported and there were seven cases o fhouse breaking, four stolen Miss Mary Popek is visiting friends j automobiles, two defrauds and aeven The j to dry out your complexion. Next: A new preparation. in Roanoke. In Roanoke. Miss Prances Strickland, who has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Strclkland has returned to Washington. D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hughes, of Gladstone. Va.. are guests of Mr. and The Rev. winfleld Shiers. pastor of i its. j O h n Wood, on First street. the Trinity Episcopal church will Mlsg gue Nw , ^ ^ ^ ^ return from his vacation the latter treatment at the Halcyon part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Shier- j £ V. .*.*._ WMA« *-^ »^ * 4 *^ ** **-. f j *s **( *«t **.« f 1 *fejft . r miscellaneous causes. Two Held For Assaulting Baby MARTINS FERRY. O.. Aug. 13.--' --Fourteen months old Richard Batzdorfer lay with a broken leg and a dislocated collarbone while his father and another" man were held in her home. j-m todav to protect them from held at the parish nouse at 11 o'clock. \ Grayson Gosney. wno i. at one of j neighbors Pollcechlef J. W. Muhle- 1 the Reforest stations camps, spent van said were "u? in arms over a last week-end here with his mother, story of the baby's torture. have been visiting in Cincinnati the past month Church services will be Sunday. tn Halifax to Play Brookneal Nine Methods For Enforcement To Be Used (Continued from page 1) lieutenant general will organize her state, sub-groups subsequently making house-to-house canvassec to enlist women in the recovery movement. This will complement additional appeals by officials like those from Johnson to "buy under the blua eagle" and to "buy because buying supports your job." The NRA said that each major motion picture producer would contribute 1,000 prints of the featurettea, to be distributed to cinema house* free of charge within a month. One*' person, it was added, donated 800,-* 000 Jeet of raw film. The newspaper code which John-' son found acceptable was to be considered again by the committee representing publishers. Yesterday, the administrator said simply that he had made "certain constructive sug-- Man Who Moved State C a p i t a l In Shirt, Dies NORMAN, Okla.. Aug. 12-- W--W. B. (Bill) Anthony, who wrapped Oklahoma's "capita.!" in a dirty shirt and moved it from Outhrie to Oklahoma City, died last night at the age of 63. Climaxing one of the most bitterly disputed phases of- the state's disturbed' political history. Anthony! spirited the great seal of Oklahoma from the heavily guarded Logr.n county courthouse at midnight on June 30. 1910, and sped it to the gestions' and that he expected the Lee Huckins hotel at Oklahoma City. which for a time thereafter served as the statehouse Anthony used an automobile. The seal was regarded as symbolic of the capital's location. C. N. Haskell. Oklahoma's first governor, directed the removal after returns from an election on the question showed that Okalhoma City was won. Kartell, for years credited with having the midnight ride himself. d!ed recently after clearing up the incident. Mrs R. K. Gosney. Mrs. L- D. Johnston is visiting relatives at Tazewell. Va. W. B. Bishop, of Chase City, was a i business visitor here Tuesday. figures, both in the island aad now in exile or on «S«ty elsewhere, have been mentioned as Machado's successor until a new aad stable regime could be established. irom the C. O- Kinney corn-way. | it was teamed from an authentic en a charge of stealing a tire and rim Mamie Jnce was given thirty days and fined $23.20 for receiving and concealing eVSlea goods in il": blanket t-ne. In this connection /nizabetJi Crews was fined S20.70 and given a He did not amplify this statement, j Major Hogaa's Halifax All-Stars will Ja play the strong Broofcncal baseball ] r. at Edmunds pars. Halifax. Tues- ' Mrs. E. R. Farmer is visiting friends The Infant's mother. Elizabeth Baizdorfer. charged in an *7»~daTlt that William Klrkpatrlclc, 24. maimed her child, chief Muhlevan filed another affidavit charging the father. Rudolph Batadorfer. with mistreating the soy. The chief said the baby collarbone day afternoon at 4 o'clocJt. In a re- De Cespedes Well Known in United States WASHINGTON. Aug. 12.--W--Carlos Manuel de Cespedes. mentioned la press reports as a possible successor to President Machado in Cuba, is wei known to Washington officialdom as wartime minister from Cuba. It was de Cespedes who planned and ', TOO differences would be "straightened out in a few days." Sources close to him said that be disapproved a number of reservations in the newspaper code, among them the fact that It did not provide shorter hours for reporters and editors. The sugar pian before Wallace was drafted under the new agricultural adjustment act Sugar beet grower* said they would refuse to accept anything that would restrict expansion of their production nevertheless. th» chairman at the hearing on that plan sent it to Wallace for acceptance, «- i jectlon, or modification. COTTONSEED REPORT WASHINGTON. Aug. 12.--/ tonseed crushed in the twelra months. August 1 to July 31. was rt- I ported today by the census bureau I to have totaled 4 619.306 tons, com- i pared with 5.328.014 for the same pt! riod a year ago. and cottonseed on hand at mills July 31 totaled 220.883 tons, compared with 300.024 tons a 1 year ago. r FOR CHSS1F1CAT1ON from 1914 to 1922 He. also, as secre- i but unofficial source that the resignations of all the cabinet secretaries bad been presented police, nitberto icyaS to the i E. _ _ 'cent game *.3th the Brookneii tc?m _. s ,.j-... Mrs j Arm 1ft KftttCl* the* defeated Halifax by T c.csc scoie.' 'i,-!."* ^^a aaa uo i^^%*»»^** i - * street. ______ IHocan w:u have or.c of the strongest g w _,_,,,,, Brown and little son. Ed- i suffered the disolcaied ·yard. Jr.. have returned to their when he was tied and susi ndcd *3mc in Rocky Mount, N. C_ after i from a tree limb by his arms. i tary oJ state in 3923 created the am. Irby on upper Main | The men were held under 910.000 I bassadorshlp in Washington and made built the beautiful Cuban embassy on ' 16th street darins: his service here For Sale: I-arw Building Lot. Suitable for Gravely business house. J. L. 13br NORFOLK, .,, « , Aug. « - « chairman oi the Virginia I Hocan wIU have or.c of the :Jncup«! Shis season lor th!s game A lh« regime, ucgan flocking to Commission on s^s s?= =-«_«· ·-»·--- - «-.. and son. S. W_ Jr. left tion. for Con'K-ay. S C. | f on the tobacco ! | bond each awaiting grand Jury ac- she legation an embassy. SALE OF STOCKS On Thursday, August 17tn. at More Una 400 of them jail sentence of «£lriy i reported at tae Maximo Gomez *ar- Warrant* against Joseph Richard- *cr.. Eunice Morris and Frank Flood I'c recejv:r.£ arid concealing stolen i.-nkets TIT* dismissed. A chars; s of car breaking against Iriy Linisisy -was nolle pressed. James CLDix racks. Enrique Iwynaz Del Castil- vclopment. who suffered a fractured arm and dislocated elbow Jn a tall aboard ah'.p h**« Wednesday, was reported as slJgfctay jmprored today an * ~ · ___ ,, . --. *·*«· lo. W*J74a4 **·*» ·-*f**' *""*V -- -- -- -- -- " ----- · ___ ,, . --. ,. Cuban minister to the Dominican i local hos?2*al- It *as at first ' beaded a movement aimed at 'the selection of Major ferdsuno as the new chief of police to replace Chief A. B. Ainciart. who was no- to be found today. Army units throughout ttoe IsJanjfl shifted to «ie anU-Macnadoo forces as emphatically as Mie Havan* garrt- son. The bausons stauonen in «M provinces of Santa Clara, Ma'^nzas Del Rio ed the broken right «na would nave b be -iroputated but physicians now hope to avoid such acUon. An operation win toe performed in the next few days. «ne. 523 Overt,? , «M* mom- movement to »He staff. New Collector Confers With Man in Office tend UiJs game. PERSONALS Mr. aad Mrs. Veter Purytar ?n3 r"" 1 Jackie and Marilyn ha-*:-TT- I Mrs. W. I. Jordan has relumed to he Thome here after ^siting her, daughter and son-la-law. Mr. and j Coprnbaver In Char- i My Beauty Hint turned from a lew d?rs" stay at Vlr-« -^cmum Easlcy. of Richmond. ginla Beach. Mr. and Mrs BurroiJihs and family of Kalamazoo. Mich ,BTC visiting Mr and Mrs. Veter Puryear. en Marshals slT*et- Mrs. William Sate ind daughter Misses Fannie and Flor.Txs Sai* left Wednesday mornJng for BJacksburg to visit relatives for several nc-Si Miss Charlotte Gordon, oi Fi^h- Mrs. H. iled relative* here this **** and is now in Sout^j Gsixjilot on **ic loose* co matfcet Tent Revival *t 5 oKx* w333 be held from 3ar word was expected from Santiago afternoon at - 0 NOliroLK T a, Aug o'clock at lh« cemetery at HJJ1. Mr. DJX 3s wife four daughters. Mrs Truxtun. who Is j«s:«m- in z Se^jtember 1, to accept appoiat- OOM» WW roent as coUcctor of customs, cwn- WASHIM5TON, Aug. 33-- «V-GoW j terred yesterday afternoon wlMi Col- prohibitions nave V53J3§* Alio «i«a.iy fm^-t^y* **·»*?- r *- ··..·in7 »«« and Miss Myrtle D!x and Tour amended by the treasury department m*. Charlie. Joseph. H«Rhas and to permit the shipment of the met*! TO* He a'so leav^* »wo broth- |3« form of unretxrt?d lector i. t». Crupper, whom he succeed, cornering «ae of tl»e office. T^C conference was arranged at «»e suggestion of Mr. Crupper. "It s! William and Georce IHx and one cyan**? precipitates, lister, Sin. Gussle Hutson. [and wnsnieJted ora. concentrates j -was an «Keraaely pleasant meeting,* Major Truxtun. Mrs. Andrew WHllnghain -ondiact*d a teat revival In Dan* Me- ia«t nigl bringing to his beams a message daughter. Miss Helen, of Rortcy Mt. regardin? thlnss whJch JaJnder Christ- r C- will arrive here Saturday and ian WOTS Tonight Mr. Krtc*»on they -wJtn M5»-Sue WHHnghajn «M1 TIM speak fit "The Power of God Heave Monday morning for Oa'.tago 1 Th!s was announces Th!s aaomlng as so attend tfce WwJd's Fair ! » ScfiJlng «"'·« for «* »» Ja S «* Mrs W W Tarplcy and litttc j afflicted Special services wMJ be h«W daughter. o:ofl- wix lormefly wsld- . Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock and s . _ __ . ,, » *n__«_ -? *ft «,* --.4«V* /Vn U/*ffw3*f »vml35ff Through his ·wartime service Sere o'clock, we win sell, at auction, or de Ceapedes became personally ac- ' she Courthouse steps, three saarw o. quainted with President aoo«eTelt. the preferred stock of tjje Rlteralde then assteUnt secretarv of the navy, and Oan River Cotton Mills, and thlr- and with Ambassador Sumner Welles, - * a * at tnat tame chief oi the division of SaUn-Amertcan affairs of the «U« 1 departaaent. j jj B . De Cesr«des Is also widely ac- | ty-f Jr. «»««· of " nd ln quainted in LeUn-Am«rlcan circle*. diplo- 1 Co.. Auctloaeera. ***** HUMT Dark nail polish to oat. as far as tny taste is concerned. To give a beautttul luster to the . ed here ««*d Monday from «M.- 7 30 « night o« ington. D. C, to visit frienfls Here for I special singing win be rendered by . 's^r-i** «« !· frUnrtdl etfofetttst of Dana reek. c h r * of the colored cnurches of Dan- Owea B»s3ey ia spendag sometime ] vllle and aunmnidlof cnurcnea. dark shades and choose instead tfte naturat p*5e rose and coral shades a* jaore beccrainf- ACMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTE/A AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK TRUST CO. DANVILLE, VA. NFVSPAPFR(