The Richmond News Leader from Richmond, Virginia on September 10, 1945 · 24
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Richmond News Leader from Richmond, Virginia · 24

Richmond, Virginia
Issue Date:
Monday, September 10, 1945
Start Free Trial

I. f. ! 1 - Instructors Picked For Safety School Name el Instructor who wt3 tttdi ia the safety school fotpUat engtaeen. building superintendents 4 and building custodians hava been announced by the dtp Department et Public Safety. Instructors for the school, first session of which will be tomorrow, are John Todd and T. B. McMath. both of Baltimore: J. IX RJstroph, of Virginia Electric and Power Company;1 Lealfi Penn, of Trtwl erV Jnsursnce Company; John L Guest, consulting iginn Minott Brooke, of Chesapeake Ohio Railway Company; J. P. Wardlaw, ef Standard Oil of New Jersey, and A. C Weigel, of Combustion Engineering. Inc. . ' . purposes of . the school are aca-dent prevention, and efficiency of power boilers and other pressure vessels. SesaMOg will be held at the Mosque. Crabtroo to Act As Va. Polio Head Upon the resignation of Henry S. Johnson as State represents-tiva ef tha National Poundation for Infantile Paralysis. C !L Crabtree was asked to taka his place until a successor can be appointed. Mr. Johnson, of Hylaa. Is member . pi the House el gates. ,- DclJ Bus Hearing Oct. 3 Virginia Stage Lines. Inc applied today to the Slate Corporation Commission for authority to operate bus service between Farm-vtlle and Clarksville over U. S. Route IS.1 serving all Intermediate points. A hearing was scheduled for JO A.! M October 3. No passengers would - be transported whose origin is Keysville and destination Barnes Junction or Intermediate points between these localities. Co-operative Outing Members and guests el the Co-Operative Club of Richmond will hold e week-end outing Saturda and Sunday at Sandy Point wit Herman Draurr. Percy Collier and Frank Cowardin as hosts. Coif Lepper to Speak Colonel L. E. W. Lepper. com. mandlng ! officer of the 1353n Itervtce Command Shops at the Staet Fair Grounds, will be the speaker at the weekly luncheon of the American Legion ' Luncheon Club at Langford's at 1 P. It Wednesday. . i X ! Plans Unit I - - , . j- . i 4 ; 22 Pchmond New header, ifoadiy. 8c it lo. isis Cnrco ngneerYj RFC Considering "J 't 1 neyw.ewiri-'yM Advises CarlsSfolen In Reconversion ! ! Although tha fitate Planning Board has no overall plan for the reconversion of Industry in Vir ginia. it Is advocating that mittees do apecifie things that wtil stimulate Industrial activity, according to Raymond V. Long, director. The programs advocated win vary with each community with one exception. Hie State Planning Board is advising all planning beards In communities to make a survey of the water supply, labor .supply, plants that were engaged in war work and that are looking for new typo of manufacturing; and vacant buildings that are suitable! for Industrial plants, Mr. Long said. Mr. Long emphasised the fact that : the State Planning Board does not take action In local communities, but that it encourages the .communities i themselves to take action which the Planning Board considers beneficial to the communities. WLEE Stafion Listed by ABC WLEE, Richmond's newest radio station, scnoduled to begin broadcasting on (October L is listed today by the Associated Broadcasting Corporation as one of 22 stations in the nations fifth coast-to-coast network. The ADC will have headquarters in Grand Rapids, Mich with offices in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. h The 230-watt Richmond outlet Is scheduled to go on the-air at 1.430 kilocycles next month from basement studios in the Grace-Arcade Building. Thomas Tinsley, a native Richmonder, Is owa and operatorof WLEE. Tractor Larceny Sent Grand Jury Henrico Countya engineering department Is without its 1941 redoor Ford sedan today. The county engineer. Tazewell Eirtt. m4 the car was taken some time between 1:30 P. M. and ,7:30 P. ML yesterday while parked on North Linden Street, lust, off Park Avenue. - He exhibited the keys to the car and said that he left It with both its Ignition and doors locked. Mr. Elicit said he was unable to explain how the car was stolen. The vehicle bore Virginia license 99-176 and had the words Henrico County Engineering Department painted on the doors. Rehearing Denied In S. C. Labor Case A petition of the Atlantic Com-sany. of Atlanta, for a rehearing n a labor case was denied today by the Fourth United States Circuit Court of Appeals. Last July 24. the court affirmed judgment of the Federal District Conrt at Greenville. S. C which held that the Company should pay to Johnnv Weaver and others, a total of 614.960.46 in unpaid minimum wages, and overtime compensation. The corporation had claimed In Its appeal that It was not liable for the Unpaid wages because the men worked only e smell pert of that time on interstate business, but the appellate court held that such workers are subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act in wages and overtime compensation. Reconversion Loans To aid banka and Industry la HMwiiq mmwniy and nast- nana of- expanskm. the Ridn flee of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation la prepared to consider applications for: L Loans for working capital, for completion of dviliaa production orders: . 2. Loans against cancelled war contracts and subcontracts: X Long-term loans to finance plant reconversion: 4. Financing surplus property purchases; X Veterans loans under Its own business loan program or under the GI Act; X Commitments now for future loans, so that industry may proceed with plans for rehabilitation and reconversion; and 7. Automatically guaranteed ; e I. . ' t V .1 t ' A . ' . t t ' v1' :' ' : 1 1 v.. ' f . V. ' -V. 1 R : : v. ,s .3 1 J S , H- I -4 . I - if: - I I t i ' . . 1 l I i . SEES THE TOWN ... Dobb'i To see andl be seen make it a Dotjbs! There's a . with a taking way or every street costumei every "hair-do," everywhere you go. Three from our hand-picked fall collection. I , .x ' 1 . -1 - . . I', : . -,v 4 t ; f,. ' ? f: v-- . j:. v., ? Vr.uV-:L' 5 i.. .-v. . ' J. ' ' bank loans to industry up to 75 per cent with a ceiling of 6250,000 for each loan. In participation with banks. ' 4 -"Fire Hundred" 7.9S fftoLc;- -f 5 Whipiuray." 10.fs M Chesterfield OPA To Reduce Staff 1 i Effective October 1. the clerical staff, ef the Chesterfield Cbunty Rationing Board at the courthouse will be reduced from seven to four. W, A. Horner, the board chairman, has announced. The decision to, reduce the staff and close the Colonial Heights branch; effective last week, -was reached after the OPA removed gasoline, fuel oil. fruits and vegetables from rationing. X MiIHrtrry Second Floor i i , A grand larceny charge against oe Lewis, about! 35, no address is ted. accused of ' stealing the tractor of a tractor-trailer truck last Saturday, was certified to Hustings Court. Part II. grand Jury today after; a preliminary examination before Justice Harold C. Maurice in I Police Court, Part IL t j The tractor was taken from a motor lines headquarters at Fourth and Bainbridge Streets. Justice Maurice also Imposed a $50 fine with costs added on a careless rand reckless driving charge upon Melvin E. Lucas, of, RFD IX ! tho fbco powder that agrees wkh your khu Fashion-right shades to gfva you that 1 . "who-ls-shef look ... $1 r by ; ' - - idewt ir NewYsrk tanMMhkts BuSmy UeHcU4l ssckhSuteWSMtoS v 'I v"- : . v "i ? , ' . ' w '.fLW. . r- : -i , v ' ' j, is:, -y. v-y t sJp'- J y;r. w- vs. : 4. jfi, v 4f T I' i f If you wore your undies . I I on the I outsider these are the labels you'd see a. ARTEMIS JR. gilds the lily-white of Bur-Mil rayon satin with lace end embroidery to male a ravey slip. Sizes 7 to IS. 2.98 1 b. ANN'S JUNIOR MISS use! double bends ef white point d'esprit for e fitted .lace midriff and trimming on pink or white fine crepe, 9 to 15. . i EXTACEE iersey bandeau with elastic back is "lust enough." White or tearose, 1 1 to 15. c f- ATHENA part-wool tuckstitch pentie is 25 wool, 75 cot ton, ' d. EXTACEE sends you to dream-' land in jersey trimmad in wide bands '-of matching net; square neck. Mimosa .yellow.i black orchid. ' gardenia white or camellia pink. f. VENDOME usasIovaiy white laca with a lavish hand for tha , camisole top of a crepe gown in pink or .blue. Sizes for juniors, 9 to, IS. i . l Ey-L-Etfe embroidered garter belt -has garters, with elastic inserts, is lined with net; very lightweight. Sizes 26 to 28. 1 J9 Sues II to 15. 340 c. EXTACEE outlines a pretty rayon jersey slip in baby lace,' for a sleek clinging fit. Gardenia white or camellia pink,-1 1 to 15,' - 24S- 'JUNJOR -j " LINGERIE THIRD FLOOR ! I 4 . ;

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 22,300 newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Richmond News Leader
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free