The Times Dispatch from Richmond, Virginia on February 2, 1937 · 2
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?t- 1 I I Two CIO Demands Of Steel Heads Forecast April 1 New Wage and Working Agreement Request Is Outlined PrrTsBrRGH Feb 1--1T1---A high official of the Committee for Industrial Organization headed by John L Lewis said today he expected demands for a wage and working agreement to be laid before steel operators by April 1—the date contract-s involving 450- coo soft coal miners expire He added the automobile strike has riot affected a previous decision by Philip Murray heading the C I O drive to unionize the 500000 steel workers to call a national convention of newly recruited members before that date Would Formulate Demands Thi-s comention would formulate wage and working condition demands to be laid before the steel operators The 17b-!ted Mine Workers will begin negotiations February 17 in New York with coal company executives for a new contract Lewis is president of the miners union and Murray is vice-president What de m nds the miners will rake will be decided at a meeting of - the union's wage and policy committees later this month Many expect the leaders will ask a six-hour day 30-hour week whil no decrease in the present bae pay of 8550 a day The present contract provides for a 7-hour day 35-hour week The steel organizers Inferred they are confident they will have more than one-half of the tridustry's workers in their union by April 1 Their latest estimate of membership made In December was 128000 Goal for Community To Be Outlined Tonight Goals toward which the civic life of Richmond should concentrate in the future will be outlined by William R Creadick a member of the board of the Communiiy Recreation Association & Community Fund agency at the annual rrietinic of that ass'iciatiOn at 6:13 o'clock this evening a: the Westmoreland Club Mr Creadiek will summarize the short addresses of various speakers on the subjects of drama art music recreation education and crime prevention It Ls understood that he will set a definite objective in these fields for the next 10 3e3r5 Among the spcakers listed for Averninute addresses t-nieht in the citys cultural and educational movements are A H Herrmann Wilmer L O'Flaherty Colonel John A Cutchins Mrs W Earle Miller John M Taylor Jr Ciamtle Bowers Jesse Binford Miss Adele Clarke Mrs Channing Ward and Dr Greer Baughman Dr Fred P Fletcher president of the association will preside Reservations may be made for the ciinner by calling Miss Claire McCarthy director dia 2-2901 TAKE A TIP CALL 3-3275 ARROW 1 CLEANING CO 14 Now when he plays INDOORS he needs zJeacgezce VITAMIN D MILK Gus Ground Hog Will Perform His Annual Service Today old Gus Ground Hog the weather prophet Weather Man Whom He Sometimes Ignores Predicts Rain and Near-Freezing Temperature Old Gus Ground Rog the proverbial weather prophet will venture forth from his snuggery 'neath the turf of Capitol Square today arid give Richmond his prognostication about the winter of 1937 For today is Candlemas Day and legend hath it that 40 days and 40 nights of wintry weather will ensue If Old Gus---known in scientific circles as Arctomis Monax—gets a glimpse of his shadow when he emerges at noon Centuries before old Gus poked his snout outside his burrow into fame the old world used to feast On February 2 to predict that: If Candlemas Day be lair and - clear There'll be two winters in the year II Candlemas Day be wet and I oul Then half co' winter's gone at yule In Germany the saying was: The shepherd would rather see the wolf enter his stable on Candlemas Day than the sun So every February 2 the Germans watched the badger when he peered from his hole If the weather was Half-Cent Boost Made In Gasoline Prices Here Virginia motorists paid half a cent a gallori more for gasoline after 7 A M yesterday The general stepup in retail prices followed similar action by the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey affecting that State Maryland Virginia West Virginia the District of Columbia andthe Carolinas The boost was attributed in oil circles entirely to the higher cost of crude oil A Eimilar markup in other Northern and Eastern States is expected Prices in Richmond and throughout Virginia now are: high test 223 cents a gallon regular 203 and "cheap gas" 183 cents Irradiated with ultra-violet rays under license from the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation under the Steen-bock Patent (US Pattnt No 1680813) HE'S a sturdy chap with strong bones and sound teeth but will the darkened days of winter rob him of these? Lack of sunshine Vitamin D you know may be a serious matter for little fellows He doesn't get Vitamin D benefits of a brilliant summer sun nowadays That is unless he is given his rightful quart of Irradiated Vitamin D Milk every day It's the easy automatic way to supply the essentials for bone and tooth building winter and summer Ask your physician Then phone your order for daily delivery Eirok for the word IRRADIATED on the IrtottTecato - ' foul he romped about for the spring was soon to come If the sun shone he scurried back into his home for the winter was not over German emigrants to America found the badger scarce so they substituted the more plentiful ground hog or woodchuck: thus the present legend When old Gus sallied forth in Capitol Square last year he -romped around for several hours because the skies were overcast But he seemed to have gotten his signals mixed because no sooner had he returned than snow and blizzards resumed and Mr Groundhog was more or less repudiated Nevertheless he will stubbornly enter his forecast again today and the weather man on Chimborazo Hill (whom Mr Ground Hog is said to ignore) has predicted cloudy skies and more rain will greet him This means if the ground hog can be relied upon and the weather man Is right that spring has come even though winter never really got underway The weather man added however that near-freezing temperatures are due this morning to continue for several days and that the rain will last at least for the next 48 hours 2 Killed bv Autos On February 1 Wilson N C Radford Men Are Victims Two deaths from automobile accidents on Virginia highways were reported during the first day of February bringing the State deaths for 1937 to 48 Ben F No 'ley of Wilson N C was injured fatally late Sunday night when struck by an automobile while walking on the Richmond-Newport News Highway near Newport News Nol ley recently made his home in Newport News and officers were attempting to locate relatives while R A Allen of Newport News driver of the car which struck Nol ley will be given a hearing today before Trial Justice W E Hogg on a charge of involuntary manslaughter He was quoted by police as saying Nol ley "either stumbled or staggered" In front of the machine William E Slusher 58 of Radford died last night at the Christiansburg Hospital from injuries suffered Saturday night in an automobile accident near Radford He was in an automobile which collided with a truck Slusher's companion Hudy Lorton was not injured seriously Wathen Kennard 22 of Deltaville was injured seriously yesterday when his motorcycle went out of control and skidded into a sand pile He was brought to Memorial Hospital where attendants said he suffered a possible fractured skull a possible broken neck and multiple cuts and bruises Jesse Taylor 46 Negro of 716 Moore Street was knocked down and injured last night when struck by an automobile at Lombardy and Leigh Streets He suffered cuts and bruises Police arrested M E Johnson 29 of 4820 West Seminary Avenue as the driver of the machine - t10ELI ti &03114p 7 r ::As' 4:- --t-s::: t : 'IF r sr f: t :AP -4 : C XX X X :: t : 'It V :: I 9A)::: ' t f tread Biscu its Cake "Mother says my great-grandmother liked Pillsbury's Best just as well as I do!" Richmond Times-Drspatch: Tuesday February 2 1937 Untold Stories OfllumanLives Forum Subject Dr Little Labels flood 'Waterspout' Beside Normal Tragedy A "flood more vast more disastrous" than that which Ls sweeping the Ohio River Valley is ever present in this nation Dr C C Little biologist and author last night told the Richmond Public Forum in the auditorium of John Marshall High School "There are homes far more ghastly throughout the nation than those in the temporarily stricken area" he said "There are 8000000 unemployed The flood of unwanted ill-fated unhappy human beings who exist in the United States makes the Ohio look like a tin water-spout Not Heralded Like Catastrophe "But the trouble is not shoved under our noses like the temporary flood that has killed several hundred persons cost several hundred million dollars and has caused some suffering We are too blind to see it Most of us are too plain lazy and selfish and are trying to save a magnificent civilization by changing the value of the dollar and balancing budgets" Speaking on "Is Civilization Committing Biological Suicide?" Dr Little answered his own question with an emphatic 'yes" "Eliminate Ne'er Do Wells" "We are committing suicide very definitely" he declared ''We are blind" Dr Little who is head of the Roscoe B Jackson Memorial Library urged ''the elimination' of chronic "ne'er do wells" (how he did not say) and snore assistance for those who are "down" merely because of drcumstances beyond their control He expressed himself in favor of segregation and sterilization of criminals "regardless of the cause of their crime" Unless action is taken in the control of human production the speak er said he predicts a gradual decline of civilization "Men may be equal in the sight of God" said Dr Little "but to attempt to run human society as though God is responsible for faults in physical or emotional endowment is utterly unfair from every standpoint It hurts faith in religion more than it helps it The only chance of making people happy is to convince them of their inequality Says Criticism Unfair "The argument that the control of human reproduction may be abused is unfair criticism Automobiles and going to church may even be abused" Dr Little was introduced by Dr J Shelton Horsley who commented "we pay attention to breeding lower animals yet there is almost no serious effort to control the breeding of human beings" Donald C Burke secretary of the Communist Party in Virginia arose during the open forum which followed the principal address and began discussing his theory that sterilization "begun in the laboratory would soon be used by capitalists against the unemployed" He was asked by Aubrey Straus chairman to confine his remarks to the subject under discussion Common Council Honors Memory Of Harry Tucker High Tribute Is Paid in Hirschberg Resolution The late Harry Tucker more closely associated with Richmond offcialdom than any newspaper man in the history of either Council or Richmond newspapers was signally honored by the members of Common Council last night John Hirschberg veteran of that body who represented Jefferson Ward for many terms and now represents Clay Ward introduced the following Joint resolution which was passed under suspension of the rules: "A Joint Resolution" "To record a tribute of respect to the memory of the late Harry Tucker "Whereas the Council of the City of Richmond has learned with deep regret of the death of Harry Tucker a port warden for the City of Richmond and a reporter for The Richmond Timas-Dispatch who departed this life on December 30 1936 and 'Whereas Mr Tucker spent many years in the service of his city as a port warden and in writing for his paper news items pertaining to the government of the City of Richmond and by his untiring and unselffsh devotion to duty and traits of character endeared himself to all who knew him and "Whereas in view of his long and faithful service and loyalty to the City of Richmond we desire to pay a tribute to his memory and to express our esteem and friendship for him as a man now therefore: Be it resolved by the Council of the City of Richmond the Board of Aldermen concurring: "(1) That in the death of Harry Tucker the City of Richmond has lost a faithful conscientious and loyal officer and many of us a sincere and loyal friend "(2) That a copy of these preambles and resolutiorot be spread upon the record of the Council of the City of Richmond and a copy thereof sent to the family of our departed fr lend" Stomach Gas So Cad Seems To Effurt Heart "The gas on my stomach was so bad I could not eat or sleep Even my heart Slifft04i to hurt A friend sue gested Adierika The first dose I took brought me relief Now I eat as I wish sloop fins and n felt better" --Mrs Jas Filler Adlorika acts on BOTH upper and lower bowels while ordinary laxatives act on the lower bowel only Adlerika give your system a thorough cleansing bringing out old poisonous matter that you would not believe was in your system and that has been causing gas pains sour stomach nervousness and headaches for months Dr 1 L Sheet New York reports: eidislane to detest:nal cleansing Adierike freette rediSeel &actor-is and colon Insed111 Give your bowels a REAL cleansing with Adlerika and see how good you fool Just one spoonful relieves GAS and stubborn constipation Standard Drug Co Inc—Adv Beer Sale Test Reaches Court With True Bill Grand Jury Also Sends 53 Other Cases to Trial Docket The long-awaited test case on the Sunday sale of beer and wine will be set for trial today by Judge John L Ingram of Hustings Court following filing of information by Commonwealth's Attorney T Gray Haddon yesterday against Odell Crotts merchant of the 2800 block West Cary Street Policeman H E Taylor made oath that he purchased the beverages from Crotts and the case will determine whether the sale of wine and beer here is to be prohibited under the Sunday laws The ABC Board has adhered rigidly to its policy of leaving this question to the communities Forty-five other cases will be docketed today for trial at this term a total of 54 indictments having been returned by the Grand Jury yesterday Two offenders had three indictments each brought against them and five others must face trial on two separate true bills "Troubador" Case Set Morris Caudle and Irvin O'Connell who were out on bail when police say they caught them robbing the Sterling Trading Company 120 East Broad Street last week must face three indictments each all for housebreaking The case of the Young Husband and the Elderly Troubador officially listed as Commonwealth vs Richard Clarke will vary the monotony of steady routine felony for whatever jury is selected In Police Court Clarke testified that J T Williams 62 described by a policemen as "the worst beat-up man" he had ever seen maddened him by propping himself beneath Mrs Clarke's window and singing melancholy love dirges such as "You're Nobody's Darling But Mine" Clarke was indicted for "malicious bodily injury" Other indictments follow: Willie Jackson 30 400 block West Seventh Street failing to stop at scene where property was damaged by his automobile Earl J Kelly seduction Ernest L Kinson 28 600 block West Twenty-first Street failing to stop and render aid to person injured Leo LaSCIV 19 100 block West Duval Street housebreaking Rosa Lee Lewis Negro 32 700 block Jessie Street malicious wounding James Lofton Negro 1117 St James Street murder of Henry White Joseph Marino 21 Newark N J housebreaking Cornelius McCray housebreaking Russell Miller robbe:y William Mills 22 1200 block St James Street housebreaking Johnny Polite Negro 25 1900 block P Street malicious bodily injury Henry Anderson Negro 36 3400 block S Street malicious wounding indictments William Frederick Archer Negro 19 900 block North Sixth Street housebreaking Carlton Brown Negro 23 2100 block Cedar Street murder of Ellis Drummond Jr Nie Brown Negro 600 block Calhounn Street attempted murder John A Cabaniss grand larceny Hewie Chavers Negro 21 first block West Marshall Street grand larceny Edward Copeland grand larceny J W Davidson perjury he having sworn when applying for auto driving permit that he had not been convicted of driving under influence of liquor Failed to Report Accident Herbert Dunn Negro 300 block North Henry Street manslaughter in connection with death of Henry Mason after being hit by automobile driven by Dunn who failed to report accident Walter Durant Negro 400 block South Harrison Street malicious wounding Willie E Fenner 18 300 block South Third Street grand larceny Allen W Kessler 18 300 block North Fifth Street grand larceny Claude T Fifer 25 600 block South Laurel Street failing to stop at scene of accident where property was damaged Sammie Gaines 25 1200 block Boyd Street robbery Joseph Gates Negro 30 5000 block Fulton Street housebreaking two indictments Two Indictments Listed Floyd Hutchinson 28 1300 block Floyd Avenue housebreaking two indictments Roland Gayle 29 100 block North Robinson Street robbery Ralph Gray 38 4000 block West Broad Street housebreaking John S Graves Negro 21 900 block North Third Street housebreaking Louis Rampone 19 1900 block Powhatan Street two indictments one for malicious bodily Injury the other for grand larceny George Reid Negro Suffolk Va two indictments one for grand larceny one for housebreaking Milton Sadler Negro 19 500 block West Marshall Street housebreaking Arthur Reynolds alias Leroy Randolph Negro housebreaking Willis Taylor Negro 18 200 block North Third Street housebreaking Sam Rivoli 21 Newark N J housebreaking Joe Taylor Negro 38 700 block Munford Street malicious wounding Simon J Tunstall Negro 24 100 block West Fell Street housebreaking Louis Valente 25 2200 block East Grace Street robbery Alfred Vandervall Negro 18 1300 block Claiborne Street housebreaking Thomas B Wingo 30 Montrose Va failing to stop at scene where property was damaged by his automobile Rachel Woodson Negro 27 1200 block North Harrison Street malicious wounding Methodist Institute Will Be Held Tonight The Richmond District Methodist Episcopal Church South will hold its annual Christian Education Institute at Broad Street Methodist Church tonight with pastors and church school officers members of the local boards of Christian education and other workers from the 75 churches in the district in attendance Dr P Manning Hank district director of Christian Education will preside the meeting will open at 6:15 o'clock with a supper conference Speakers will include Luther WWells district lay leader the Rev W P Watkins and the Rev C Fred Williams Music will be furnished by the Randslph-Macon College Quartet Following the general program the Institute will be divided into divisional conferences Dr George S Reamey will conduct the conference on adult work Marshall Gordon will preside at the conference of young people's workers and Mrs J H Montgomery will direct the conference on children's work Quezon Sees Hirohito TOKIO Feb 1— (W)—Emperor Hirohito today received President Manuel Quezon of the Philippine commonwealth in audience and tendered him a luncheon at the Imperial Palace Quezon came here on his way to the United States to discuss trade matters at Washington 'Human Values' in Teachers Stressed by Dr J C Heatwole Method of Selection in Virginia Emphasized in Journal Dr C J Heatwole secretary of the Virginia Education Association declared yesterday in the Virginia Journal of Education "One of the major problems in education in Virginia" WILS the selection of teachers "less in terms of academic learning and more in terms of human values and personality traits" The State he said must find an intelligent procedure for the selection of individuals with personality traits that will insure a high type of efficiency in the classroom These are things for superintendents and others who employ teachers faculties of State teachers' colleges to think about and really do something about" Possible Revision Subject Heatwole declared the subject might well be considered in connection with revision of the curriculum for the elementary and secondary schools in Virginia "The practical educational and professional aspects of the problem" he said "have to do with the personality traits that are involved in good teaching in the classroom and still more important they have to do with methods and procedures by which proper personality traits and significance may be developed and trained into pupils Our methods of education probably emphasize too much the characteristics of listening reading and studying The danger of this process being continued to far into the various school levels is that these habits of listing reading and studying become fixed and elaborated as an ab Ship Strike Over Owners Believe Passages Booked as Seamen Ballot SAN FRANCISCO Feb 1--(P)--- Shipowners booked passengers and cargo today for sailing dates this week anticipating the finish of the costly 95-day maritime strike while long lines of workers voted on proposals to end the walkout With leaders openly predicting a majority of the 40000 strikers would favor a return to work the balloting was under way generally in coast ports Results of the voting to ratify five negotiated accords two partial accords and proposals to arbitrate unsettled issues in the latter cases will be announced here Wednesday noon strike leaders said Losses to coast business generally have been placed at $7000000 daily by the San Francisco merchants association which would make the walkout cost total 8679000000 provided work Is resumed Thursday The Weather I VIRGINIA—Generally fair and colder Tuesday and Tuesday night Wednesday fair with rising temperature in afternoon Wind forecast fresh to strong northwest Local Temperature Yesterday 3 P M temperature 49 Maximum temperature to 8 P M 50 Minimum temperature to 8 P M 40 Mean temperature yesterday 45 Normal temperature for this date 38 Excess yesterday 7 Excess since March 1 1936 729 Excess since January 1 1937 271 - Local Rainfall Rainfall 12 hours ending 8 P M 0 Rainfall 24 hours ending 8 P M 0 Deficiency since March 1 1936 359 Excess since January 1 1937 676 - Local Observation 8 P M l'esterdaY Wind direction west velocity 3 miles an hour weather partly cloudy Special Data Temperature : 8 AM Noon 8 PM Dry bulb 40 47 44 Wet bulb 39 39 39 Relative humidity 93 47 63 Sun rises Sun sets Below zero COMPLETE LUNCH TODAY a 4' 'IS Ca :-1 112 1 S1:1 Z46:) !I' Oysters Au Gratin with Spaghetti With Soup TWO Vegetablec Asst Roil Dessert and Choice of Drinks 13 o Z-1 7:14 AM 5:34 PM Stations: RICHMOND 50 40 P cloudy Alpena 20 18 Snow Asheville 48 42 P cloudy Atlanta 60 46 Ar Clear Atlantic City 40 30 Clear Birmingham 40 38 Clear Boston 58 48 25 Cloudy Buffalo 38 34 17 Cloudy Chicago 54 24 01 P cloudy Cincinnati 18 10 Clear Cleveland 24 24 Snow Denver 40 4 Clear Detroit 26 18 Snow El Paso 42 32 02 Rain Galveston 56 56 30 Cloudy Havre 8 14 Cloudy Jacksonville 70 54 Cloudy Kansas City 20 10 Clear Key West 84 70 Clear Little Rock 40 38 Clear Los Angeles 64 46 P cloudy Louisville 32 26 Clear Memphis 34 32 05 Cloudy Meridian 56 54 09 P cloudy Miami 78 60 Rain Minneapolis 0 14 Clear Mobile 62 58 14 Cloudy New Orleans 60 60 12 Cloudy New York 42 34 P cloudy Northfield 30 28 40 Cloudy Pittsburgh 34 24 Snow Portland 34 16 178 Rain St Louis 22 18 Clear San AntOnt0 52 50 02 Cloudy San Francisco 52 42 Rain Savannah 56 54 07 Cloudy Tampa 78 84 03 Clear Vicksburg 50 44 07 Cloudy Washington 48 38 P cloudy Wilmington 54 50 44 Cloudy Or Tour Choice of Chicken a la King on Toast Roast Loin of Pork Apple Sauce Delicious Oysters Choicest of the Seaton SERVED ANY STYLE And anyone who has tried them will praise their FRESHFROM-THE-OCEAN FLAVOR U-m-m-in! GREAT! -?: DR C J HEATWOLE sorbing process at the expense of training children to produce and create The quest for happiness requires that we use our head less and our feet and hands more Here is the very distinct implioation that the aims and purposes of the revised curriculum are sound in respect to cultivating and training personalities among pupils in the fact that provision is made for greater activity and wider participation in co-operative school life Some one has said that we need to deal more wish people in the flesh than with people in books" Strike Riots Continued From First Page about that time when the demonstration within the plant began Company police reinforced by 11 Flint city policemen and non-union employees fought with union workmen Intent upon the demonstration and it was within the plant that all of the known injuries occurred Morley Craft 50 of Davison Mich suffered a brain concussion and a possible skull fracture He and Emerson P Huggard 41 were in Hurley Hospital Huggard suffered a severe laceration over one eye Chevrolet Company officials said that "about a dozen" men were treated at the plant hospital for minor injuries All State police leaves were cancelled and the men were instructed to stand by" for quick movement At Detroit headquarters of the U A W A it was disclosed that union employees of several Detroit automotive plants were leaving at once for Flint Pickets Jeer Sloan On Broadway NEW YORK Feb 1—(P)—A1fred P Sloan Jr president of General Motors Corporation was surrounded by a shouting screaming group of union pickets late today as he left the Broadway offices of the company but his automobile bore him away without further incident A small force of pickets gathered late this afternoon about the entrance to the skyscraper which houses the corporation headquarters The number of pickets—drawn from ranks of United Automobile Workers Union members in the company's plant at North Tarrytown N Y and from sympathizers—increased to nearly 250 said Sidney Jones a union organizer Dewey Sent to Flint After Murphy Calls WASHINGTON Pleb 1-4P)---Secretary Perkins sent James F Dewey Labor Department conciliator to Flint Mich today to investigate reports of strike rioting at General Motors Corporation plants Miss Perkins acted after Governor Frank Murphy of Michigan told her by telephone of disturbances at the Chevrolet plant in Flint Murphy Miss Perkins said was not sure what his next peace move would be Miss Perkins said she had told Edward 10 Mc Grady assistant secretary to remain here for at least 24 hours more because he could be of more value here than in Flint at present Dividend of 25 Cents Declared by G-31 NEW YORK Feb 1——Directors of General Motors Corporation today declared a dividend of 25 cents a share on the common stock The regular quarterly dividend of $125 a share was declared on the $5 preferred stock The common stock is payable March 12 to stockholders of record February 11 Council Blocks Vote on Raise For Officials Body Recommends Baptists Be Given Five Days at Mosque An effort to get before Common Council the question cf restoring thzpay of the Mayor and his directors to the pre-depresison level failed last night when John J Fairhank Jr of Clay Ward cast the only vote for his motion to amend a paper before tha body to accomplish this purpse The ordinance which Mr Fairbank sought to amend had nothing to do with the case it merely amended the code to increase the salary of the clerk of the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court from $3000 to $3600 But Mr Fairbank charged that any raise to any employee of the city while the pay restorations of the Mayor and his directors languished in the Finance Committee was "adding insult to injury" Half a dozen members expressed themselves on the subject the prevailing view being that the Finance Committee had tabled the pay restoration paper so that it could be handled along with the budget It was agreed that Council cannot restDre the salaries simply by changing the tgurea In the budget but it was insisted that the committee could accompany the budget with a proper ordinance nxing the salaries at their former It'Vel Councilman Wilbur J Griggs of ' Jefferson Ward violent opponent of the restorations was equally vigorous in criticizing the Finance Committee for failing to report the pay restoration ordinance so that Council would be forced to a record vote "I moved to recommend the paper for rejection" he shouted ''but only one member voted with me I want to say that the ordinance ought to be brought to the floor of this body— and beaten It's been said that the Mayor 'won't play Santa Claus for us any more unless we play Santa Claus for him' I want to say I'm in no mood to play Santa Claus for any people drawing $6500 a year" ! The ordinance raising the pay of ' the Juvenile Court clerk to the level of all other court clerks in the city was adopted Councilman Fairbank explaining his vote of "no" by saying: "It's a principle I'm fighting for gentlemen" After another prolonged battle Council voted 11 to 7 to request the building inspector to assign the Mosque Auditorium from September 20 to September 24 to the Baptist Ministers' Conference of Richmond Saying that Dr George Truitt of Texas who is to preach all nye nights In the auditorium is "the greatest living Baptist preacher in the world" Councilmen Ford Perkinson Bethel and Umlauf led the fight -to grant one-sixth of the city'a 30-day claim on the Mosque to the conference Councilmen Hirschberg and Carpenter agreed that such handling of the city's lease on the auditorium would establish a bad precedent but they succumbed to the fervor of the opposition The resolution authorizing purchass for $5000 of a site for the new fire engine house was adopted UnarliMOUS- ly the lot being at the northeast corner of Thompson Street and Pat terson Avenue Without a dissenting vote the body approved the appropriation of $25000 to be advanced for expenses of the Bicentennial COMMission The acquisition of a lot at the southwest corner of Adams and Leigh Streets to widen the Chamberlayne Avenue parkway at that point was approved the cost being $6745 After some discussion the body decided to lay on the table the resolution appropriating $5000 for the Red Cross flood relief fund President Umlauf saying that the Council could be assembled on a day's notice to snake the money available If subsequent developments proved that it was needed It was pointed out that Richmond already has contributed the services of 25 policemen whose trip will cost approximately $2C00 Hooker Becomes Head of Corporation Board H Lester Hooker became chairman of the State Corporation Commission yesterday under the long-standing system of rotating the chairmanship annually He succeeded W Meade Fletcher Thomas W Oz lin Is the third member of the commission During the day the commission granted the City of Richmond a certificate to operate the Byrd Airport The city has long been authorized to operate the flying field: yesterday's sc tion was taken merely to bring It under comparatively new regulations of the aviation division of the commis &ion The commission also authorized the Virginia Mutual Auto Insurance Company to amend its agreement with the General Reinsurance Corporation tin der which insurance risks are divided Alm Mloarar Nov No dIftin ' 411Mumm 10110 91111 V010 vsmiao eonomr 11101Emomm -- ' - -4Mmilialllammfff MINE Mbmalni mn IMIENNIEns MiNitmant illiolEMEMPOM 110Ed bbams Ig0 - - 40emelmatmoon -MMnOo 1 tAmOMEEmMa 4m -111 lionomEmno vemanimoffe irdM 11000M MENEIMw 1 0 Mradtimm 01 11 A mmMi miol 11 LE V - NATIONALLY FAMOUS EAGLE WHITE SHIRTS A Special Purchase makes possible this offer of Eagle's Finest White Shirts in the face of rising prices! $200 SHIRTS at $300 SHIRTS at $400 SHIRTS at NA ) - $165 $195 $295 ca AT MTH CENTER - alHE FASHION ootAc141TER OF I rtE 70(1711 TF' : 01 ' MINEF OPIME - gSVMIMO ftmmii11 ftMed 01 111 Me Mblindar Ow MP wow naammonnea 0 OMENENK mamma MnitTt tmimw diEEMINImO 1 7" 1111tmim 6 I ' 71 TWO nictimona I imes-uispaicr: 1 uesaay r enruarv z 5 i Will ' 9 - I t' 'C I 0 Demands Gus Ground Hog Perform Untold Stories Beer Sale Test Human Values in Teachers Council Blocks ‘ - -i- se i Of Steel Heads 1 r A IT H Its Annual Service Today Offlumantaves Reaches Court Stressed 1)) Dr J C Heat to e Vote on Rai Lt':"Hi::'!:: 1 - 1 v -11- m m -I - ---- -- --- - - - - - - - - Forum Subject With True Bill :::k4:::::!:: Officials ForecastApril 1 3lethod of Selection in - - - - - or Zrf Virginia Emphasized I - e t O'' Dr Little Labels Flood Grand Jury Also Sends 'New 'wage anti Working I --7:: - -:-- In in Journal Body Recommends Bap ::::: ': 666 --- 5 t: i - t - 'Waterspout' Beside 53 Other Cases to ' lists Be Given Five Agreement Request - a -4N-z - L V ' ''-- 4- 4 : A t 4-0'e'"' : '1!- -4-)4- -6 t Trial Docket Dr C J Heatwole secretary of the - tot ''''' ' I a Days at Mosque ' Is Outlined - ' Normal Tragedy Virginia Education Association de- e - a ' t " e - - ° - n Wntne i - - t - dared yesterday in the Virginia nti on ee:Vone sntneete- 1 e-- 'etent " a : - dente-5e A "flood more vast more disastrous" The long-awaited test case on the Journal of Education "One of the ::t noteraeree e t It An effort to get before Common prrrsErRGH Feb 1--eln-A high eh a enne -::e: ! S I Sunday sale of beer and wine Will be - official of the Committee for Indies- teen:set: te-enteeteeette- e-i en 5'i than - that which is sweeping for the Ohio major problems in education in Viz- s4 te 1 1 e I ' set trial today by Judge John L ' :t Z" 05' ginia" Wa3 the selection of teachers tt e pay of the Mayor and his &rectors o t Council the question et restering th- trial Organization nation Dr C C headed by John L e River Valley is ever present in this Ingram of Hustings Court following "less in terms of academic learning e 1 e n fee n Littl e biologist and filing of information by Common- an d more in terms of human values - - tat - n t ----e e e ' night when John J Feattook of Les said oday h expected demands Jr wi te t e ' een nee - a ' 1t te4114 -t'n I: : the pre-depresison level failed lest tete- t - i n t e '4 ant t en' nee author last night told the Richmond wealth's Attorney T Gray Haddon - neette ne lits ': - : ' ' - At Clay Ward cast the only vote fer his for a wage and workeng aereernent to i t e t ' : 5 t ' ot e t- ett e: and personality traits" - t :- - eneawneen a - -on' 4 Public Fonam in the auditorium of yesterday against Odell Crotts rner- e - rel operators by April X ' 1 ' 9 ' !) i : " : I chant ' ' " 7't:fe ' r :' ::: ' - - ''''Ir John Marshall High School of the 2800 block West Cary The State he said must find an ' '''" : t the date con acs inolng 450 trtvvi- e ' e en e:' : 't et ea l't n' Nine' - en- intelligent procedure for the selection "te nat't le 'nt: ''opk " '-''' ' -'4Ci!'1“14t P '-- ' ' "There are homes far more ghastly Street Policeman H E Taylor made it n t - motion o nt 0 t o accomplish rarer pbue7pferese 1- ta be laid befoe ste of individuals with personality traits F ' "" - - s et etete ee - t throughout e nation than those in oath that he purchased the beverages He added the automobile strike has -j -1-4- k it - ' - that will insure a high type of end- e -t- " - ' no - 'ought to amend bad nothing to do COO oft coal miners expire th - te - itenttettenet : - - the temporarily stricken area" he from Crotts and the case will deter- The ordinance vthich nir Fairbank tweee with the case it merely amended the not affected a previous decision by eon' it t: t 6!'t 5tienn-Iternl'eene4 ency in the classroom These are ti -" aiaeeetteaottiet t: to -:: tn said -There are 8000000 unern- mine whether the sale of wine and - no code to increase the s ary : al of the clerk Philip Murray heading the C I O t :1 things for superintendents and others eve a t i enetenne- tee eentela - ployed The flood of unwanted ill- beer here is to be prohibited under who employ teachers faculties of - - Atte of the Juvenile and Domestic Reis- r ize the 500000 steel eN '9' ' -: 4 se g :'12't:'''' -'1-01'-'' :7 77' : the fated unhappy human beings who the Sunday laws The ABC Board has State teachers' colleges to think about et- Cons Court from $3000 to $3600 But dive to union ' workers to call a national convention teed - neen'"'- ' et e- 1 N - '40' ' ' - ' " '' - 5' W ' '''' ''"''4"' exist in the United States makes the adhered rigidly to its policy of leas- and really do something about" : i- 1 Mr Fair bank charged that any raise of newly recruited members before ' e- -ent - eatene : - - P- Ohio look like a tin water-spout ing this question to the communities e - to any empleyee of the city while the t d ate - ai‘ne a 4 Forty-five other cases will be dock- POSSible Revision Subject 4 a e :a pay restorations Of the Mayor and his tha e - -- ot Heralded Like Catastrophe N e 1 'i ! Would Formulate Demands '-- 4't 4 - - ' --eeeeneetsti eted today for trial at this term Heatwole declared the subject might ' directors languished in the Finance But the trouble is not shoved under e : t t a total of 54 indictments having been well be considered in connection with ' Committee WAS "adding insult to in- Thn con en on m t i v e t ' formulate 007 ' 441'---01-:mr i 'rt-'' -'-k-4n ''±:i o"''''''' A our noses like the temporary flood returned '9 ' ARWAOWS 4 : lima by the Grand Jury yester- revision of the curriculum for the ' wage and w orking condition demands ititt net-esnee enteeo tonn'eseta e ette t te - -e e 00aatet jury" to be laid before the steel operators -wane- - noto tee ealeneee-eneteennessteess' an': nee twee ' - that has killed several hundred per- day Two offenders had three indict- elementary and secondary schools in -a - Half a dozen members expresed s The United Mine Workers will be- Old Gus Ground Hog the weather prophet sons cost several hundred million ments each brought against them and Virginia t - - - - themselves on the subject the prevail- dollars and has caused some suffer- gin negatiations February 17 in New five others must face trial on two The practical educational and pro- DR C J HEATWOLE ing vw ie being that the Finance Corn- ing We are too blind to see it Most York with coal company executives separate true bills fessional aspects of the problem" he mittee had tabled the pay restoration of us are too plain lazy and selfish "Troubador" Case Set said have to do with the personality sorbing process at the expense of paper so that it could be handled w for a ne contract Lewis is president ew Nvfeather Man Whom He Sometimes Ignores Pre- and are trying to save a magnificent leforris Caudle and Irvin O'Connell traits that are involved in good teach- training children to produce and along with the budget It was egreed 1 of the miners union and Murray is civilization by changing the value of who were out on bail when police say ing In the classroom and still more create that Council cannot restore the sai vice-president dicts Rain and Near-Freezing Temperature the dollar and balancing budgets" - l What demands the in will Speaking on WIs Civilization Corn- they caught them robbing the Ster- important they have to do with The quest for happiness requires aries simply by changing the ecturex ing Trading Compan 120 East rnake will be decided at a meeting of ly mitting Biological Suicide?" Dr Little methods and procedures by which that we use our head less and our in the budget but it was insieted that the union's wage and policy commit- Old Gus Ground Hog the proverbial foul he romped about for the spring answered his own q Broad Street last ee wk must face 1 proper personality traits and signifi- feet and hands more Here is the the committee could accompany the question with an three indictments each all for house- weather prophet will venture forth was soon to come If the sun shone cance may be developed and trained very distinct implioation that the budget with a proper ordinance itx tees later this month Many expect - emphatic eyes" breaking pupils ' from his snuggery 'neath the turf of he scurried back into his home for into pup aims and purposes of the revised cur- ing the salaries at their former level the leaders well ask a six-hour day "Eliminate Ne'er Do Wells" The case of the Young Husband Capitol Square today and give Rich- the winter was not over Our methods ofe education prob- riculum are sound in respect to culti- Councilman Wilbur J GrIggs of 30-hour eeek arie no decrease in the 550 a day The and the Elderly Troubador officially ably emphasize too much the char- totting and training Personalities Jefferson Ward violent opponent of present baee pay of $ mond his prognostication about the German emigrants to America "We are committing suicide very ffi present contract provides for a 7-hour winter of 1937 found the badger scarce so they sub- Clarke definitely" he declared etwe are listed as Commonwealth vs Richard acteristics of listening reading and among pupils in the fact that prOvis day 35-hour week stituted the more plentiful ground blind" will Vary the monotony of - the restorations was equally vigorous 'The steel oreanizers inferred they l For today is Candlemas Day and end hath it that 40 days and 40 hog or woodchuck thus the present r studying The danger of this process ion is made for greater activity and in criticizing the Finance Committee being continued to far into the vari- wider participation in co-operative eg D Littl 'steno is head of the Ros- steady routine felony for whatever are confident they will have more hts of wintry weather w jury is selected In Police Court ous school levels is that these habits school life Some one has said that for failing to report the pay restore- nigill ensue legend coe B Jeackson Memorial Library than one-half of tee tridustry's work- Clarke testified that J T Williams of listing reading and studying be- we need to deal more wieh people in tion ordinance so that Council would f Old Gus-known in scientific When old Gus sallied forth in Capi- urged 'the elimination' of chronic erg in their union by A i pril 1 Their 62 described by a policemen as " the " circles as Arctomis Monax-gets a tot Square last year he -romped - "neier do wells" (how he did not come fixed and elaborated as an ab- the flesh than with people in books I moved to recommend the paper " be forced to a record vote latest esternate of membership made worst beat-up man" he had ever seen for rejection" he shouted but only glimpse of his shadow when he around for several hours because the say) and more assistance for those 1 in Decemeer Was 128000 emerges at noon skies were overcast who are "down" merely because of maddened him by propping himself one member voted with me I want ar beneath Mrs Clke's window and Ship Strike O t Centuries before old Gus poked his But he seemed to have gotten his drcurnstances beyond their control tri Over singing melancholy love dirges such 9 Strike to say that the ordinance ought to be flo or Riots brought to the of this bodY- Goals for Communitv snout outside his burrow intb fame signals mixed because no sooner had He expressed himself in favor of Beli Oers as ''You're Nobody's Darling But and beaten It's been said that the the old world used to feast on Feb- he returned than snow and blizzards segregation and sterilization of cru ainn" Clarke was indicted for "ma- wn eve ni- et To Be Outlined Tonight re that: try 2 to predict at: resumed and Mr Groundhog was nals "regardless of the cause of their li eciou - s bodily injury" Continued From First Page Mayor 'won't play Santa Claus for us union workmen of all other court clerks in the city cloudy skies and "Men may be equal more or less repudiated crime" If Candlemas Day be fair and Nevertheless he will stubbornly en- Unless action is taken in the con- Other her indictments follow' ----- for him' I Want to say rm in no mood s which the civic life of clear ter his foreca st again today and the trot of human production the speak- Seventh Street failing to stop at Willie Jackson 30 400 block West Passages Booked as about that time when the demon- any more unless we play Santa Claus to play Santa Claus for any people Goal toard wh Richmond should concentrate in the Therell be two winters in the weather man on Chimborazo Hill er said he predices a gradual decline scene where property was damaged by Seamen Ballot stration within the plant began reinforced by 11 J future will be outlined by William R year the Communey Recreation Associa- foul Lon a Cammunity Fund agency at Then half o" winter's gone at yule (whom Mr Ground Hog is said to of civilization gnreas icted in the sight of more rain will greet him God'' said Dr Little "but to attempt his automobile Meet le11Lnseduction West Twenty-first Street failing to SAN FRANCISCO Feb 1 -llin- Intent pollee wiIlee' e This means if the ground hog can to run human society as though God stop and render aid to person in- Shipowners booked passengers and Flint city policemen and non-union employees fought with Intent upon the demonstration and it The ordinance raising the pay of drawing $6500 a year" the Juvenile Court clerk to the level Creadck a member of the board of If Candlemas Day be wet and io) h pred was adopted Councilman Fairbank 4 ' the anntial meetnie of that assecia- be relied upon and the weather man La responsible for faults in physical Jured was tvithin the plant that all of the explaining his vote of "no" by saying: tin at 6:15 o'clock this evening at Lo Germany the saying wits: is right that spring has come even or emotional endowment is utterly Street housebreaking week anticipating the finish of the Morley Craft 50 of Davison Mich gentlemen" "'s the Westmoreland Club though winter never really got under- Unfair from every standpoint It Rosa Lee Lewis Negro 32 700 block The shepherd would rather see Mr Creadick will summarize the hurts faith in religion more than it Jessie Street malicious wounding costly 95-day maritime strike while suffered a brain concussion and a After another prolonged battle the wolf enter his stable on Can- waY James Lofton Negro 1117 St Jarnes long lines of workers voted on pro- possible skull fracture He and Emer- short addresses of various speakers on The weather man added however helps it The only chance of making son P Huggard 41 were in Hurley Council voted 11 to 7 to request the dZe s Day than the sun Street murder of Henry White the subjects of drama art music that near-freezing temperatures are people happy is to convince them of Joseph Marino 21 Newark N J pose's to end the walkout recreation education and crime pre- So every February 2 the Germans due this morning to continue for sev- their inequality housebreaking With leaders openly predicting a yt Hospital Huggard suffered a severe mosque Auditorium from September s vention It is uneers:ood that he will watched the badger when he peered eral days and that the rain will last Says Criticism Unfair favor a return to work the balloting Company officials said that "about a Cornelius McCraw housebreaking majority of the 40000 strikers would laceration over one eye Chevrolet Russell Miller robbety 20 to September 24 to the Baptist building inspector to assign the set a definite objective in these fields from his hole If the weather was at least for the next 48 hours William Mills 22 1200 block St i "The argument that the control of ter the next 10 years James h Street Polite Negro 25 1900 block ports housebreaking was under way generally in coast dozen" men were treated at the pia t n saying that Dr George Truitt of 'f Among the epeakers listed for five- rrenute addrcases t nieht in the city's cultural and educational movements Half-Cent Boost Made 2 Killed bv Autos going to church may even be abused" block w human an re roduction may be abused - in la Y Jonny is unfair criticism Automobiles and P Street malicious bodily injury Henry Anderson Negro 36 3400 S Street malicious wounding 5 hospital for minor injuries Ministers' Conference of Richmond Texas who is to preach all five nights Results of the voting to ratify five All State police leaves were can- in the auditorium is "the greatest Negro sceotrtdsledainsdsu"p - ' negotiated accords two partial ac- celled and the men were instructed to living Baptist preacher in the world" aerrbcitasesrate will ''stand by" for quick movement ' 1 are A H Herrmann Wilmer L In Gasoline Prices Here Dr Little was introduced by Dr J indictments rortahise Lot t Councilmen Ford Perkinson Bethel O'Flaherty Colonel John A Cutchins - ay attention t On February 1 Shel e ton Horsley who commented "we winiam Frederick Archer Neg pay breeding lower ani- 19 900 block North Sixth Street announced her Wednesday At Detroit headquarters of the U and Umlauf led the fight -to grant ' Mrs W Ear:e Miller John NI Taylor be e sday noon one-sixth of the city 'a 30-day claim housebreaking Negro 23 210o strike leaders said A W A it was disclosed that union Jr (iarntle Bowers Jesse Binford Virginia motorists paid half a cent ene man yet there is almost no serious Carlton Brown t on the Mosque o the conference Miss Adele Clarke Mrs Channing a gallori more for gasoline after 7 A In iison N C Radford effort to control the breeding of hu- block Cedar Street murder of Ellis Losses to coast business generally employees of several Detroit automo- Ward and Dr Greer Baughman Dr M yesterday Men Are Victims man beings" Drummond Jr penter agreed that such handling of tive plants were leaving at once for Cbubeilmen Hirschberg and Car- have been placed at $7000000 daily Flint Nie Brown Negro 600 block Cal- Donald C Burke secretary of the Fred P Fletcher president of the as- The general stepup in retail prices hounn Street attempted murder by the San Francisco merchants as- the city's lease on the auditorium i sociatien -eill preside followed similar action by the Stan- Communist Party in Virginia arose - John A Cabaniss grand larceny sociation which would make the --- would establish a bad precedent but Reservations may be made for the dard Oil Company of New Jersey at- an dis- l address and be i i the the open forum which followed Hewie Chavers Negro 21 first walkout cost total $679000000 pro- Two deaths from automobile acci- - - ' g Jeer leer Sloan they succumbed to the fervor of the e prncpag block West Marshall Street grand dinner by calling Miss Claire Mc- fecting that State Maryland Virginia vided work is resumed Thursday On Broadway larceny opposition dents on Virginia highways were re- cussing his theory that sterilization Carthw directer Mae 2-2901 West Virginia - the District of Co- Edward Copeland grand larceny The resolutioh authorizing purchase lumbia andethe Carolinas The boost por ted during the first day of Feb- "begun in the laboratory would soon J W Davidson perjury he having - NEW YORK Feb 1-UP)-Alfred P e '''1mmullilliN was attributed in oil circles entirely ruary bringing the State deaths for be used by capitalists against the un- sworn when applying for auto driv- The Weather Sloan Jr president of General Motors ifor $5e house was adopted Unani000 of a site for the new fire engine house TAKE A TIP to the higher cost of crude oil A tgee to ate employed" He Was asked by Aubrey ing permit that he had not been Corporation W824 surrounded by a CALL 5-3275 eimilar markup in other Northern and Eastern States is expected Prices in Richmond and throughout A B 1:1 0 list Virginia now are: high test 223 cents INI CLEANING Co Ben F Nolley of Wilson N C was injured fatally late Sunday night when struck by an automobin vthile a a gallon regular 203 end "cheap alking on the Richmond-Newport w gas" 183 cents News Highway near Newport News Straus chairman to confine his re- marks to the subject under discussion Comnzon Cou nct Dunn who failed to report L l convicted of driving under influence of liquor Failed to Report Accident VIRGINIA-Generatly fair and colder 4 shouting screaming group of union 1Y pickets late today as he left the Herbert Dunn Negro 300 block Tuesday and Tuesday night Wed- Broadway offices of the company but North Henry Street manslaughter in nesday fair with rising tempera- his automobile connection with death of Henry Ma- ture in afternoon Wind forecast son after being hit by automobile fresh to strong northwest driven by accident ocal Temperature Yesterday further incident bore him away without A small force of pickets gathered the lot being at the northeast corner of Thompson Street and Pat- terson Avenue Without a dissenting vote the body approved the appropriation of $25000 to be advanced for expenses of the late this afternoon about the entrance Bicentennial Commission Walter Durant Negro 400 block 3 P M temperature 49 to the skyscraper which houses the The acquisition of a lot at the Nolley recently made his home in I Honors 11 emory- South Harrison Street malicious Maximum temperature to 8 P M 50 on headqua wounding Minimum temperature to 8 P M 40 corporatirters The number southwest corner of Adams and Leigh Newport News and officers were at- ' Of Harry Tucker Willie E Fenner 18 300 - block Mean temperature yesterday 45 - of pickets-drawn from ranks of Streets to widen the Chamberlayne ' South Third Street grand larceny Normal temperature for this date 38 United Automobile Workers Union Avenue parkway at that point was Allen w Kessler 18 300 block Excess yesterday --in--- -- i teo no- nee e -- - tempting to locate relatives while R e I--'-) iee"--11 News' IP"'""--- grand larceny Excess since March 1 1936 7 members in the company's plant at approved the cost being $6746 4 1 4o4 eine A Allen of Newport driver of North Fifth Street 729 North Tarrytown N Y and f t::13 the car -which struck will be High Tribute Is Paid Claude T Fifer 25 600 block South Excess since January 1 1937 271 a from After some discussion the body de- i ''''nensetee4V Altel'en" ' 1 - podLIC50 e'll- e given a hear en t k t'l 44 epe44 t - i i il I - Z ne 4( d'Teese4( iatea net V 4441 if' tN t wt: t le- N trck Nlle ing today before Trial Justice W E Hogg on a charge of involuntary mansfaughter He was quoted by police as saying Nolley "either stumbled or staggered" in front of the machine William E Slusher 58 of Radford died last night at the Christiansburg notenti8811:14 ! Nitine nft N--411111° Hos ital fro'm innri nt ' it otee---e es suffered Hirschberg Resolution The late Harry Tucker more dictme Laurel Street failing to stop et scene of accident where property was dam- aged Local Rainfall Rainfall 12 hours ending 8 P M 0 Sammie Gaines 25 1200 block Boyd Rainfall 24 hours ending 8 P M 0 Street robbery Deficiency since March 1 1936 359 Dew Joseph Gates Negro 30 5000 block Excess since January 1 1937 676 -ft Fulton Street housebreaking two in nts Two Indictmente Listed Local Observation 8 P l'esterY s m athi y p zers-mcreased to nearly 250 cided to lay on the table the reso- said Sidney Jones a union organizer lution appropriating $5000 for the Dewey -C -- ent to Flint A er Murphy Calls S Red Cross flood relief fund President Umlauf saying that the Council could i be assembled on a days notice to 4 make the money available if subse- Wind direction westM da WA veiocity 3 GTON Pnlie 1-effe-Sec-Sec quent developments proved that it was closely associated with Richmond Floyd Hutchinson 28 1300 block miles an hour weather partly cloudy retary Perkins sent James F Dewey needed It was pointed out that Rich- offcialdom than any newspaper an Floyd Avenue housebreaking two in- in the history of either Council or di tmer ts en P l Y urday night in an automobile acci- dent near Radford He was in an Richmond newspapers was signally lock North m cRoland Ga le 29 100 b TemperatureiS Robinson Street robbery Dry bulb honored by the members of Common Ralph Gray 38 4000 block West Wet bulb Council last night g pedal Alta Noon 8 pm 40 47 44 ports of Relative humidity 93 47 63 Labor Department conciliator to mond already has contributed the Flint Mich today to investigate re- services of 25 policemen whose trio 39 39 39 tors Corporation plants strike rioting at General Mo- will cost approximately $2C00 Miss Perkins acted after Governor - - ' 4 automobl e hich collided with a '' i w ' Lorton was not Injured seriously John Hirschberg veteran of that body who represented Jefferson Ward breaking John S Graves Negro 21 900 for many terms and now represents Louis Rampone 19 1900 block Chevrolet plant in Flint Sun sets - - 534 PM by telephone of disturbances at the Of Corporation Board :i0000 truck Slusher's companion Hudy block North Third Street house- sun rises 714 AM Frank Murphy of Michigan told her Hooker Becomes Head 6 ----7fA- 1 iristi - --- t00mommomm Wathen Kennard 22 of Deltaville - was injured seriously yesterday when Clay Ward introduced the following Powhatan Sereet two indictments one for malicious bodily injury the se o Murphy Niles Perkins said WILS not gmmmonag nt resolution which was passed other for grand larceny te sure what his next peace move would H Lester Hooker became chairman ''---11' Ntt his motorcycle went out of control Negro Suffolk Va and skidded into a sand pile He under suspension of the rules: George Reid et et al e "A Joint Resolution" two indictments one for grand i b '233 7-'' itl of the State Corporation Commission - - was brought to Memorial Hospital e larceny one for housebreaking o C eS cA' -- Miss Perkins said she had told Ed- yesterday under the long-standing To record a tribute of respect to 0 a e ea n ) where attendants said he suffered a Milton Sadler Negro 19 500 block nen ward Pt McGrady assistant secretary system of rotating the chairmanship t ' the memory of the late Harry West Marshall Street housebreaking W Srbi to remain here for at least 24 hours possible fractured skull a Passible Tucker Arthur Reynolds alias Leroy Ran- Stations: annually He succeeded W Meade 1 a ' ks no te more because he could be of more Fletcher Thomas W Ozlin Is the -- broken neck and multiple cuts and "Whereas the Council of the City doloh Neer° housebreaking RICHMOND - 50- 40 P cloudy b f Richmond has learned ith deep Alpena 20 18 snow value here than in Flint at present third member of the commission N bruises Jesse Taylor 46 Negro of 716 o w Willis Taylor Negro 18 200 block North Third Street hol lebreaking Asheville 48 42 P cloudy - I During the day the commission 1 regret of the death of Harry Tucker a Sam Rivoli 21 Newark N J Atlanta 60 46 07 Clear a 01V when he plays Moore Street as knocked down and -Moore weak:nal Atlantic 'City 40 30 Ciear Dividend of 25 Cents granted the City of Richmond a cer- port warden for the City of Rich- housebr t block Birmingham 1 ti 40 38 - Clear Declared by G-3ficate to operate the Byrd Airport 1! jured last night when struck by an mond and a reporter for The Rich- Joe Tattoo tNegro 38 w7Tundli Boston 58 4-8 :25 Cloudy automobile at Lombardy and Leigh Mustrog 1treleunsmalicious a t 11 tttegro Tele city has long been authorized to A INDooRs h mond Times-Dispatch who departed 24 10g0 Buffalo - : 38 34 17 Cloudy t ' NEW YORK Feb 1--(An-Direc- operate the flying field yesterday's ac Streets He suffered cuts and bruises this life on December 30 1936 and block West Fell Street housebreak- giniccaingnoati 11 14 cloudy of General Motors Corporation tion was taken merely to bring It un- - e needs Police arrested M E Johnson 29 of e many 0 Clear tors y Whereas Mr Tucker spent Ing- e Valente 25 2200 block East Cleveland 24 24 Snow today declared a dividend of 25 cents der comparatively new regulations of 4820 West Seminary Avenue as the GrLaocteesstVreaelten years in the service of his city as a robbery Denver 40 4 Clear ' Aent Roll conduct the 09 P cloudy 56 the jfelleatWleea21Ce driver of the machine port warden and paper n in writing for his Alfred Vandervall Negro 181300 Detro news items pertaining to the Ingo it block Claiborne Street housebreak- El Paso - -- - - -- - government of the City of Richmond Thomas B Wingo 30 Montrose Havre 26 18 Snow 42 32 02 Rain The regular quarterly dividend of &ion Galveston 56 56 30 Cloudy $125 a share was declared on the $5 The commission also authorized the 8 14 Cloudy Preferred stock Virginia Mutual Auto Insurance Corn- - a share on the common stock the aviation division of the oomrais -- and by his untiring and unseMsh de- Va failing to stop et scene where Jacksonville 70 54 Cloudy damaged by his auto- Kansas City 20 10 Clear The common stock is payable pany to amend its agreement with 4 prry as Key West 84 '70 Clear March 12 to stockholders of record General Reinsurance Corporation tin w - -I-: t envotion to duty and traits of character ope mobt e t - s deared himself to all who knew 27 1200 Little Rock 40 38 Clear t Rachel Viloodson Negro Insurance risks are divide der which lnsur d a ' ' ri4S'S I f - - - him and 1 block North Harrison Street mall- Los Angeles 64 46 P cloudy February II Louisville 32 26 Clear t- i n 1 VITAMIN D MILK ti t t : - ) t - - City of Richmond "Whereas in view of his long and co : faithful service and loyalty to th Meridian e clous wounding Memphis 34 32 05 Cloudy 54 - ' WRNIK AV m OWBRAIPSMO - - HE'S a sturdy chap with strong bones ---- J r a 1‘ we desire t o pay Methodist Institute r d d teeth but miami 78 60 Rain VANAMbr A an sound u will e Minneapolis 0 14 Clear e----- e Il IW4:1rAfq 0 :1:::: '-- "--- 7 paretsrsiba: oteur tf:s tebelAm maenmor d andship efxor- Will Be Held Tonight pleowblie leans 62 58 14 Cloudy t el a i darkened days of winter rob him of these? A -- --- 60 60 12 Cloudy - t "' ' - i inn- oi vJCint -- New York 42 34 P cloud t en--- ') 'M --to Lack of suns t t hine Vitamin D you know Be it resolved by th Council A 4- l of Northfield 30 28 :40 Cloudy y The Richmond District Methodist Pittsburgh 34 24 Snow e-e t 11 - - - 1:1 7tOnermegq A 1 : may be a serous matter for the City of Richmond the Board of 34 16 178 Rain en-- i little fellows ' t: t14 Episcopal Church South w ill o hld its Portland AMMO 'MD mom SAM I Aldermen concurring: 22 18 Clear -- NATIONALLY FAMOUS He doesn't get Vitamin D benefits of a --1-- No dC"' i "(I) That in the death of Harry annual Christian Education Institute San AntOnin 52 50 02 Clcrudy I brilliant summer sun nowadays That is 6 at Brcad Street Methodist Church to- San Francisco 52 42 Rain - Tucker the City of Richmond has lost --- night with pastors and church school Savannah 56 54 07 Cloudy 211ammennMe W a faithful conscientious and loyal of- 78 64 03 Clear EAGLE 1 boards TamPa i unless he is given his rightful quart of neer and many of us a sincere and cfficers members of the 'OCR Vicksburg 50 44 net Cloudy Irradiated Vitamin D Milk every day It's c c'± ' of Christian education and other Washington 48 38 P cloudy - - t - 0 NS ' loyal friend workers from the 75 churches in the Wilmington - 54 50 44 Cloudy -- e the easy automatic way to supply the -(2) That a copy of these pream- i in attendance - ° ' bles and resolutions be spread upon dstrict Below zero --- I essentials for bone and tooth building Dr P Manning Hank district di- e -- - 1 k itc- s the record of the Couneil of the City t INIvrillITE enemEAMMEI winter and summer Ask your physician 1 - :- of Richmond and a copy thereof sent rector of Christian Education will - -- preside the meeting will open at 6:15 u 1 en- - t - to the family of our departed fr kind" o eee t Then phone your order for daily delivery de -' erence ' o'clock with a supper conf I IllommENAA ''''''' 11 Allimmommo ' '' Speakers will include Luther WWells - t - I ' sFIIRTs - -garattad - Stomach Gas district lay leader the Rev W P I I - - I - 1 1 I 31 ma 4er -' $ Is '7 a e i J J:424 Irradiated with ultra-violet 1 Watkins and the Rev C Fred Wil- - - - 4 So Cad ad seeing- limns Music will be furnished by the COMPLETE LUNCH TODAY - :--- -a i v rays under license from the r : bz432: i s ------ A Special Purchase makes possible t VITAMIN 'D 'Wisconsin Alumni Research ft ev4'N' ele- iste ! 2 ' Randelph-Macon College Quartet 5 1 m ILK Foundation under the Steen- Following the general program the 2 n Inv" ("run f - 7 - To Hurt Heart Oysters Au Gratin 4 c - 1660813) this offer of Eagle s I st White t IP' bock Patent (US Patant No t A311413 A 7-1 i -Yet e e- lio ' t I Institute will be divided into divis- with Spaghetti AllIddll Shirts in the face of rising prices! - - C XX X X :: --1 l "The gas on My stomach was so bad ional conferences Dr George S With Soup Two Veit- - It ' t elet e - 1 I could not eat or seep Even my Reamey i wll the conference etables a -- -- $200 SHIRTS at $165 omen e - heart seemed to hurt A friend sua- --- 1 tor:: ' bgested Adienka elief The first dose I too Now I eat as I k on adult work Marshall Gordon will Dessert and Choice - - ” $300 SHIRTS $ at 195 "111A IAA AAA wish sleep fine and n OTH felt better I m - ONNO IMA !Aft I SI 2151 t 1Ppr rought me r - - --Hrs Jas Filler preside at the conference of young people's workers and ct of Drinks Or Your Choice of AIMAPPmsm AMPAA fto - 1 ' - (4a j fl 4 i EZead Biscuits -4-- Adlerika acts on B upper and Montgomery Will dire the confer- $400 SHIRTS $295 I : : 6041 Cake lower bowels while ordinary !sestaea Chicken a la King on T at oast ---- S'S e act on the lower bowel only Adlerika Ina bringing out old poisonous matter that you would not believe wags in your Quezon Sees Hirohito - yu - -- -- -- I - - - - nen ence on children's work Roast Loin of Pork Apple Sauce 1 'WO gives your system a thorough cleans- k -- ' I ' I) - - itta:1) 1 I ' V) :1 Irr a rf-1 I'll le1- 4 I a - Cut LS 7 : Live " Mother says my great-grand- Awn system and that has been causing gas relandearerf:rtommoarictopmnervousness and TOKIO today receivFeb 1- (An -EmPrespdent Deror Hirohito ed iehlos Osters 4 (IN)- r 9 '' '' P 'N ' ' fe i 4"4 ''° I 1°14 r" F r if '4' " n ' ' ' 4N -: 717411'"' "r-r--: 1 WNW En 1 mother liked Pillsbury's Dr shwwb Now yb pp's Manuel Quezon of the Philippine Choiecest of the Season - --ei r L' "i6 - ' ' - I SERVED ANY STYLE Pink for the urrd IRRADIATED ewt the FtnttTe cat Best just as well as I dor l'in oddision to habitat:nal cleansing Adierike freetir rediSeel liortorio and colon Insed111 commonwealth in audience and ten- And anyone viho has tried -- - - -- a ion1c' Ar socrn n --- I t dered him a luncheon at the Imperial 4 -- -- M Give your bowels a REAL cleansing them will praise their FRESH- THE FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH ' with Adlerika and see how good you Palace Quezon came here on his way FROM-THE-OCEAN FLAVOR i ap------- - - GAS --- ------ filiti Just one spoonful relieve& ent---0Z e to the United States to discuss trade U-m-m-m! 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