The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on December 23, 1939 · 4
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PACE FOUR THE CONSTITUTION, ATLANTA, GA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1939;. THE SOUTH'S STANDARD NEWSPAPER PA! CUI REFUNDS ARE MADE T0 13 BY FULTON BOARD Salary Slashes, Ruled Illegal, Are Paid 12 Em-ploycs, Former Commissioner; Total $1,858. Depression-born salary cuts. Bince ruled illegal by the state supreme court, were made up yesterday to 12 county employes and a former county commissioner, just in time for Christmas. The cuts, fathered by a county economy move, were in effect from January 1, 1933, to February 23, 1934. Restitution tolalinn $4,85r was made the 13, as county commissioners postponed action on a move to pay a total of $46,834 to superit and criminal court prosecutors, present and former county commissioners and solicitors general. Checks "irawn. Checks drawn yesterday gave George F. Longino, who resigned as county commissioner last February, $1,624; Leonard Crawford $924, and $210 each to the following court bailiffs: M. A. Cason, ft. M. George. J. M. Wallace, Oscar Rutlcdgc, Ben W'ootcn. J. C. Morris, C. C. House. W. F. Thompson, H. A. Moore, F. H. Bryant and i. B. Deavors. The commissioners have also approved payment of $210 to the neirs oi lornier Bailiff H. B. Sprouse, and the same amount to the heirs of Bailiff Orvid Poole. Budget Carries Fund. After county commissioners had instituted the economy move courts held that certain of the employes were entitled to recover. Since that time the county has carried in its budget a sum of $46,884 for payment of the back salaries when demand was made The move to postpone action on the restitution of court attaches was made by Dr. Charles Adams, who said he did not believe the board should act until all members were present. Troy Chas-tain did not attend the session. The commissioners have ordered payment only to those who filed requests for the money. Others who are entitled to back pay but have not requested it follows: Solicitor General John A. Boykin, Assistant Solicitor E. A. Stephens; John Hudson, former assistant solicitor; Judge Jesse Wood. Judge John S. McClelland, Judge Hugh M. Dorscy, as former judge of the City Court of Atlanta; County Commissioner J. A. Rags-dale and former Commissioners Dr. Gilbert, Walter B. Stewart, Taul S. Etheridge and Walter C. Hendrix. Dr. Daniel C. Elkin Named To Surgery Chair at Emory ROCK ISLAND RAILWAY SHOWS REVENUE GAIN CHICAGO, Dec. 22. (JV) The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacilic Railway Company today reported net railway operating income of $563,802 for November, compared with $460,842 for the same month a year ago. For the II months to November 30, the net railway operating income was $4,861,820 compared with $1,934,110 for the same period last year. Faculty Member Will Work Under $250,000 Grant of Local Foundation. Dr. Daniel C. Elkin. a member of the faculty of the Emory University School of Medicine since 1923, was named yesterday as the "Joseph B. Whitehead Professor of Surgery" under the grant of $250,000 endowing the professor's help from th? Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation of Atlanta. Designation of Dr. Elkin was made at a meeting of the university's executive committee yesterday and announced by Dr. Russell H. Oppcnheimer, dean of the school of medicine. Under the terms of the foundation's grant, the income derived from the $2511,000 gift is to be expended for the support of both teaching and research activities j connected with ine new proies-sorship. These are essential factors in the development of a medical center in Atlanta, a phase of the university center program toward the support of which the General Education Board has made a conditional grant of $2,-000,000 to Emory and $500,000 to Agnes Scott College. Program Strengthened "The Whitehead grant," said Dr. Oppenheimer last night, "will enable the school of medicine to strengthen and enlarge its program of research and investigation, to the support of which Joseph B. Whitehead contributed so generously during his lifetime. In this program, which particularly concerns itself with broadening the scope of medical knowledge regarding disease, its causes and the means best adapted to assure prevention and cure. Dr. Elkin will now be able to play a substantially larger part than in the past. "This gift is undoubtedly one of the most important which has ever been made toward endowment of the work cf any department of the school of medicine id is one of a number which are rapidly increasing the facilities for medical education, both undergraduate and graduate, in Atlanta. They constitute a real tribute to our city's medical profession and will serve in .Vie long run to give to the community standards of medical service not to be surpassed elsewhere." Native of Kentucky. Apprised of his selection. Dr. Elkin pointed out that the foundation's gift "will enable the depart-nent of surgery to carry forward a research program in line with present-day requirements, and will serve to perpetuate and to improve the work in which Mr. Whitehead took a deep interest." Dr. Elkin is a native of Kentucky, but his family "has long been identified with Atlanta. He is a nephew of Dr. William S. Elkin, one of Atlanta's most prominent physicians. After being graduated from Yale in 1916, Dr. Elkin pursued his medical studies at Emory, receiving his doctorate in 1920. He had his surgical training at the Peter Bent Brigham hospital in Boston under the late ! Dr. Harvey Cushing and returned ! to Atlanta in 1923 to begin the! practice of surgery and to serve j on the faculty of the school of : medicine. j Dr. Elkin has mad numerous i ' , i . " ' - U . - Ah y) A w Generous Atlantans Give To Aid Opportunities' Atlantans, you are being sen-erous this year in helping to rehabilitate the -ity's neediest and most deserving families during 1940, and we believe you could not donate your money to a better cause than that. Many, many more families need a chance to become self-supporting, and practically all of them will if only they are helped to beat back their difficulties in the proper way at the proper time. The smaller donations can help many. So don't hesitate to add ZONING REQUESTS NAME THREE SUES your name to the list. Here's yesterday's: G. F. H. $5 Crest Minis 1 Anonymous 5 M. L. 5 L. F. B. 1 J. W. Grant Jr. 5 J. M. H. 5 Mrs. K. B. 10 Cash 1 Civitan Club 100 F. Donnelly 5 E. H. S. 5 Total $148 DR. DANIEL C. ELKIN. contributions to contemporary medical literature; particularly in relation to surgery of the chest, heart and blood vessels. He is a member of the American Surgical Association, the Southern Surgical Association, the American College of Surgeon?, the American Board of Surgery and a number of other medical and surgical bodies. 17TH OPPORTUNITY IS ASSURED HELP Continued From First rase. now than to see them eventually tnrn apart, with the girl in an institution and the mother as an "unemployable" receiving relief from the Public Welfare Drpart-ment. With his help, this family. Opportunity No. 17. soon will be self-supporting. And think what a happy Christmas they will have! Today and tomorrow are all you have loft, Atlantans, if you wish to help Opportunity families fight their battles all the 12 months of 1940. We invite you to send a contribution to H. H. Trotti, vice president and business manager of The Constitution, who is treasurer of the Ten Opportunity fund. Whatever you give, it all will go to the neediest and most deserving families in Atlanta. j Give anonymously, if you like. I i Send a check and say you wish j ! your identity kept secret. We will i respect your wish, and no one will j ever know what you have done i j except you and us. j The businessman who has so generously "adopted" Frances and ! Mrs. E., asked that his name not t be used, and nothing could pry it 1 from us. (But The Constitution thanks him just the same.) If you don't say you wish to give anonymously, look for your name in the adjoining columns, because it will be there with the others who give at Christmas time to help worthy mothers and fathers and boys and girls all during 1940. Help pile up the dollars and dimes that will be necessary to give Opportunity families Nos. 18, 19, 20. 21 and 22 the assurance they will be helped over the tough spots in 1940 Do your bit today! You won't mis it next August but even then your gift still will be helping , struggling mothers and fathers and ' their children. Amusement Calendar Downtown Theaters LOEW'S GRAND "Gone With the Wind." with Clark Gable. Vivien Leigh. Leslie Howard. Olivia De Havilland. etc. Matinee. 1:30; evening. 8:00. FOX "Gulliver's Travels." full-length feature cartoon in technicolor at 1:52, 3:50. 5:48, 7:46. 9:44. News-reel and short subjects. CAPITOL "Bulldog Drummonds Secret Police," with Heather Angel, John Howard, etc. at 12:31, 2:11, 3:51, 5:31, 7:04. 8:37 and 10:10. Newsreel and short subjects. PARAMOUNT "The Flying Deuces," with Laurel and Hardy, Jean Parker. Reginald Gardiner, etc., at 11:00. 12:48, 2:36. 4:24, 6:12, 8:00 and 9:48. Newsreel and short subjects. RIALTO "Those High Grey Walls." wim Walter Connolly, Ins Meredith. Onslow Stevens, etc.. at 11:36. 1:36. 3:36. 5:36. 7:36 and 9:36. Newsreel and short subjects. RHODES "Joe and Ethel Turp Call 8n me l'resiaent. with Ann othern. Lewis Stone, etc. News-reel and short subjects. CENTER "Huckleberry Finn," with Mickey Kooney. Night Spots HENRY GRADY HOTEL Spanish Room George King and his Orchestra playing dinner-dance music nightly from 7 p. m. until 12 midnight. ANSLEV HOTEL Rainbow Roof Herbie Kaye and his orchestra playing dinner-dance music nightly from 7 p. m. until 12 midnight. ATLANTA BILTMORE HOTEL Main Dining Room Arthur Warren, with Mel Anderson, vocalist. Dancing nightly. 7 until 12 p. m., except Sunday and Monday. HANUAK KESIALKANi Uinner-dance music. Neighborhood Theaters ALPHA "Timber Stampede," with George O'Brien. AMERICAN "Man From Sundown," with Charlei Starrett. BROOKHAVEN "Alias John Lair," and "Should Husbands Work." BANKHEAD "Law Comes to Texas," with Bill Elliott. BUCKHEAD "Kansas Terrors" and "Bulldog Drummond s Bride." CASCADE "Frontier Marshal," with Randolph Scott. COLLEGE PARK "Street of Missing Men." with Charles Bickford. DEKALB "Adventures of Sherlock Holmes." with Basil Rathbone. EMORY "Secret Servicj of the Air," with John Litel. EMPIRE "They Made Her a Spy," and "Trouble in Sundown." FAIRFAX "Guilty Trail." with Bob Baker. FAIRVIEW "Island of Lost Men," and stage show. FULTON "Shine on Harvest Moon," with Rov Rogers. HANGAR "Last of the Mohicans," with Randolph Scott. HILAN "Adventures of Sherlock Holmes." with Basil Rathbone. PALACE "The Saint in London," with George Sanders. PLAZA Gala Opening "The Women." with Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, etc. PONCE DE LEON "Five Came Back." with Chester Morris. SYLVAN "Flirting With Fate," with Jne E. Brown. TECHWOOD "Indiananolis Speedway." -with Pat O Erien. TEMPLE "Code of the Streets," and "On TriEl." TENTH STREET "Sergeant Madden," n-ith Wallar" Beery. WEST END "Silver on the Sage," with Bill Eoyd. Colored Theaters A S H B Y "Gangster s Boy." with Jackie Coocer. 81 "Drifting Westward." with Jack Randall. ROYAL "Her Jungle Love," with Dornthv Lamour. STRAND "Where the Buffalo Roam," with Ter Ritter. HARLEM "Heroes of the Hills." with Three Mesquiteers. LINCOLN "Young Blood," with Bob Steele. Let Us Help A you rA Remember j?j Everyone! ;jy Planning Commission To Consider Business Expansion Wednesday. Petitions for re-zoning of thite parcels of property, and recommendations on petitions to estab lish 10 coal or junk yards compose the principal items on the schedule of the zoning sub-committee of the city planning commission at its next meeting at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Irvingdale Dairies, of Chamblee, Ga., seeks to re-zone property at 13th and Spring streets to permit establishment of a pasteurization plant and retail milk depot. Dr. Charles R. Adams, Fulton county commissioner, wants to extend business zoning, 79 feet on the south side of Gordon ' street, and a third petition seeks to re-zone property fronting 57 feet on Pied-month avenue near Tenth street from "dwelling house" to "busi-' ness property." with children, and they'll help men and women struck by disaster learn how to do new work to earn their own livings. They are the "opportunities" for families to become self-supporting. Add yours today. Send a contribution to Hush H. TrnttL viri nrpsi- dent and business manager of The constitution. He is treasurer of the Ten Opportunity Fund. J.W. HANES QUITS TREASURY TAX POST Herbert E. Gaston, Close Friend of Morgenthau, in Line for Position. WASHINGTON, Dec. 22. John W. Hanes resigned today as undersecretary of the treasury, and Herbert E. Gaston was reported in line to succeed him. The genial North Carolinian quit the treasury to return to private business, but made it plain that his resignation involved no differences with the administration as have so many previous departures" from high treasury posts. Hanes was in charge of tax proposals intended to help business. - Gaston, a former newspaper editor, now is assistant secretary of the treasury and is regarded in treasury circles as closer to Secretary Morgenthau than anyone else in the department. Six months ago, Gaston permitted Morgenthau to promote him from a $10,000-a-year job as treasury publicity chief to the $9,-000 assistant secretaryship. Elevation to the undersecretaryship would restore his former pay scale. Both Morgenthau and President Roosevelt expressed regret at DOORS OPEN 1:15 P. M. GONE WITH THE WIND Twice Daily: 1:30 p. m. and 8 p. m. ALL SEATS RESERVED Matinees 75c Evenings $1.10 Thii production will no! b itiawa anf mww eccpl of advanced pnee at toast until 1941 SOMEONE? pM 5SS2SF DON'T 'WORRY! Mi fl sSf4 WE'RE OPEN m n srisA 35 ,T,L 9 p" M" 41$ & THE KIDDIES V Jf fJ IN TOYLAND X Hawkins Hangar Restaurant Opposite Airport Entrance SPECIAL CHRISTMAS DANCE AND PARTY SUNDAY, DEC. 2412:01 Red Dennard and His Orchestra. In the Biltmores Main Dining Room ARTHUR WARREN and HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA MEL ANDERSON, Vocalist Dancing Nightly, 7-12 P. M. Except Sun. & Mon. ATLANTA BILTMORE Opening Tomorrow! One Event After Another! And Now the Roxy Opens to Entertain All Atlanta and Her Guests. ... A Theatre of Cordial Hospitality!! ATLANTA'S FAVORITE THEATRE I We Offer Our Contribution for Your Entertainment and Hap piness During the Holidays . IN personI JACK HALEY Star of Stage. Screen and Radio! Recent Star at Wizard of Oz" and "Alexander's Ragtime Band." MARY CARLISLE Bing Crosby's Choice of Leading Ladies and Co-Star of "Double or Nothing" and "Doctor Rhythm." And Featuring HOWARD N'CHCLS-FCfFRTS & rVARTIN - TINY & TONY "The Ace of "King & Queen "Harvest Moon Hoops" of the Shag" On the Screen-Join the Crowd and Laugh Out Loud . . . Cause Everybody s Happy In . . . 'EVERYBODY'S HOBBY' With IRENE RICH HENRY O'NEILL Dances" R OXY Telephone MAin 5133-34 "The house of Proven Shows" f A DITAI I ONE WEEK, STARTING If Mr I I UL TOMORROW! UN f Ms- - ... . nit ior ?5Tfi'ANsl P- zimj " i HUGH HERBERT 0 BABY SANDY EDGAR KENNEDY ERNEST TRUEX IN THE SEASON'S FINEST COMEDY HIT I "LITTLE ACCIDENT" P TV i -A. For on Evening of Pleasure Visit the Smart IDLE HOUR NIGHT CLUB 1300 Moreland Ave., S. E. (Under New Management) Dance to the scintillating rhythm of AL JONES AND HIS ROYAL SWINGSTERS Opening 12 Noon Sunday Serving Delicious Steak, Chicken and Turkey Dinners Dinner Music. Special Christmas Eve Party, Music and Dancing Beginning 12:01 Sunday Nite. FOR RESERVATIONS CALL JA. 6701 II Hanes departure. He will leavd as soon as he can wind up hia affairs here, and then, it is tin-; derstood, will look for a business; connection either in this vicinity; or in North Carolina, where his i family has banking and textile in- i terests. , ' John Howard Heather Angel H. B. Warner "BULLDOG DRUMMOND'S SECRET POLICE" TONITE FLOOR SHOW DINNER-DANCE HAWKINS HANGAR RESTAURANT OPP. AIRPORT ENTRANCE Charles LAUGHTOfJ Hunchback of Notre Dame" MID NITE PREVIEW Tonight 11:30 " 1 WKN THt V9 SHOW'S HM...0 St II B ! m l: : ! ta E i r ji v -jam. t. :. it 1 fcwJ'LjVt.j W WLJ WJa?JU wo M 7CVCOIOZ NOW PLAYING ' YOUR XMAS SHOW : ... : - h s 4vxH J Q starring lob Hope Paulette Goddard with John Beal Douglass Montgomery Gale Sondergaard Elizabeth Patterson George Zucco Directed by EWiott Nugent Screen Play by WolHr DaUe A lynn Starling Bated an the Stag Play by John Willed A Paramount Picture Last Day LAUREL HARDY "The Flying Deuces" TOMORROW tuea JenUn M Plus M-C-M COLOR CARTOON "Peace on Earth"

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