The Times Dispatch from Richmond, Virginia on October 11, 1944 · 19
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The Times Dispatch from Richmond, Virginia · 19

Richmond, Virginia
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Wednesday, October 11, 1944
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Baltimorean Denied Permit For City Radio WASHINGTON Oct 10— v Under-secretary of War Robert P 206-Foot Tower Sought fA'" £!" WMporn d OOWT threatened strike of mechanical specialties steadied the stock mar-!??: £“t tod lthough demand in was too light to provide a great Plans of T G Tinsley Jr president of the company which operates Station WITR in Balti more to establish a commercial j war material at the most critical broadcasting company in Rich- hour such a strike would expose mond were revealed yesterday in our fighting men to greatly in-a ruling bv City Attorney Ed-! creased danger and would add wards who held that he could both to the length of the war and not erect a radio tower 206 feet in height on a lot on Colorado Avenue The ruling was based on the city zoning ordinance and was ad' dressed to W F Woodaon sec retary of the Board of Zoning Appeals Mr Woodson requested an opinion from the City Attorney with respect to Mr Tinsley’s application to erect a radio tower 206 feet high and a building 20 feet by 30 feet to house the radio transmitter on a lot on the south side of Colorado Avenue west of Mt Calvsry Cemetery "I understand" Mr Edwards ‘wrote "that the application is made in the individual name and right of Mr Tinsley although he is president of a company which operates Radio Broadcasting Station WITR of Baltimore and that it Is intended that the station shall he operated as a commercial broadcasting company by that station" Tower Exceeds Height Mr Edwards said the lot in question is in a "C-Single Family District" lie cited a section of the city zoning ordinance and siid the proposed tower exceeds the height limitation allowed by more than 23 per cent “It is therefore plain that the present roning ordinance expressly forbids the erection of a radio tower which is 206 feet in height in a "C-Single Family District" he said “It la contended" he wrote "by the applicant that the Board of Zoning Appeals has sufficient power to grant him a variance to permit this structure However ’ Mr Edwards raid that In his opin Ion the board "has no power to grant the application of Mr Tinsley The City Attorney also handed down another opinion yesterday dealing with the zoning ordinance made at the request of Stuart Duggins building commissioner Mr Edwards held that "a build Ing located in a G-Local Business District formerly used as a retail store cannot be used as a storage warehouse" ' Richmond Stocks Oct 10 1944 MISCELLANEOUS BONDS— Par Bid CM-P 1st M To 6s 1948 8 PUBLIC UTILITY fa KT PwS 86 P No llT'i RAILROAD STOCKS— Atl C L or Conn SO 41 It F P Com 100 120 El F A F D ObH 124 t F A P 6 Ousr100 160 I F A P 7 Cuar-100 201 BANK AND TRUST COMPANY STOCKS— Tom A Trusts — SO 54 Prntral 20 45 Irst A Merchants 20 91 Mach A Merchants 20 M Savings 25 65 Southern —I 11 31 State-Planters 12's 40 I'lrglnla Trust 50 59 INRU RANCH I STOCKS— awy T Ins 6 P100 170 lfa Ins Co of Va 20 664 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS— Alb Psp Ue P100 (m F Co 7 PIO0 106 iv Dan R 6 P100 101 Iv Pan R Com 25 20 nu St Wks S'i P100 100 nu SI Wks Com 100 4 pot less Co 6 P 10 10'i iwtless Co Com 1 7!i n Uuf 7' 1st P100 107 I'nlv 1 Tub H4 P10U 170 nlv Lest Tub No SALKS Before Call— R F A Pa D Oh T125w Asked 9 XlB'i G: F nEUBLEIN & BRO INC HARTFORD l CONN Patterson Raps Strike Threat Of Mechanics represent “a stab in the back of American soldiers who are now locked in battle with the enemy in Europe and the Pacific" By cutting off the flow of vita! the size of our casualty list" Patterson said in a telegram to Matthew Smith Cleveland secretary of the Mechanics Educational Society of America It is unthinkable that any group of Americans could be guilty of such a criminal betrayal of the interests of their country particularly since the plants against which this threat is directed are in no way involved and are powerless to settle the dispute out of which the strike threat arose — the dismissal of one employee of the Cleveland Graphite Bronze Company "The government of the United ’States will not be coerced by any ' group nor will it allow any group to place the lives of our fighting men overseas in additional peril "It is the solemn obligation of your organization to rescind at once all threat of strike action and to abide by the provisions of the War Labor Board order for the final disposition of this and all future disputes through the processes of conciliation and arbitration Trends Yesterday M)W YORK STOCKS— Irregular specialties caver HONDS— Mixed Idvestmeat steady t OTTOX— 4)alel ledge selllag mill bajriag CHICAGO WHEAT— Steady Light efferlags limited demaad CORN— A ha at steady Light trade Rl’K— Firm Light efferlags shert eaverlag HOOK— Active felly steady tap I17S CATTLE— Steady Tap 81635 issaes The Weather Leeal Temperatare Yesterday 4 P M temperature Maximum temperature Minimum temperature Mean temperature — — Normal temperature for this date Deficiency yesterday — Kxresa since March 1 212 Excess since January 1 — — 331 Leeal KalafaU Rainfall 12 lira ending 4 P M 0 Rainfall 24 hrs endlnx 4 P M 0 Deficiency since March 1 205 Deficiency since January 1 — 23 Noon dry bulb 65 Kii rises 7:15 AM fell wti 4:S PM II L Rain RICHMOND 71 Alpena 49 Asheville 61 Atlanta 67 51 43 42 45 55 39 55 47 48 42 44 46 42 45 27 54 55 66 so 19 76 50 57 as 42 42 71 27 50 55 53 61 44 50 43 53 47 47 63 3R 49 57 Atlantic City Birmingham 66 Biaton 61 Buffalo 55 Burlington 61 Chlcaxo — — 49 Clnrlnnatl 57 Cleveland S3 Denver 64 Detroit 52 Duluth 55 El Faun H8 Fort Worth 74 Galveston Hi) Jacksonville 79 Kansas City 60 Key West 90 Little Rnrk 69 Lna Angelas 71 Inuiavllle 57 Memphis 60 Meridian 68 Miami 84 Minn -St Paul 56 Mobile (N New Orleans 72 New York 70 Norfolk 66 Pittsburgh 53 Portland Me 64 St Louis 57 San Antonio 83 San Francisco 61 Seattle 71 Tampa 81 Vlekahurx 69 Washington 63 Wilmington 76 21 01 OS 703 27 09 HEUBLEin'S ee CO C KTAILS HEUBLEIN’S WYMARTtfl DRY MARTINI 71 prooj MANHATTAN 65 proof OLD FASHIONED 80 proof Air Carriers Lead Sales Among Stocks sal of encouragement for tsill-ish forces Selling tapered to a mere dribble after the opening and trends began to stiffen here and there around midday Although gains and losses were about even up at the close the former were considerably wider Holdings were reinstated here and there on the idea Monday’s relapse had served as a fair technical correction of the lengthy forward drive It was noted that peacetime favorites again were to the fore Many customers however stood aloof to wait political developments more important war news and results of the Moscow conferences Transfers Decline The Associated Press 60-stock average was unchanged at 552 Of 937 issues registering— one more than yesterday— 300 were up 299 down and 238 unchanged Transfers of 598210 shares compared with 611020 the dav before and again were the smallest for a full stretch since September 27 Hitting peaks for 1944 were American Airlines up 21 Pennsylvania-Central Airlines up I Foster Wheeler up 11 and Burlington Mills up 1 Ahead were United Air Lines Eastern Air Lines Pan-American Airways Douglas Aircraft Lockheed Worthington' Pump General Electric Southern Pacific Southern Railway United States Steel Bethlehem Chrysler General Motors Texas Company and Anaconda Commonwealth Sc Southern was up 1-16 at 1 in blocks running to 10000 shares Backward were New York Central Santa Fe United States Rubber du Pont Sears Roebuck Montgomery Ward United Aircraft and J C Penney - Bonds and commodities were narrow At Chicago wheat was up I to off i of a cent a bushel Cotton was 10 cents a bale lower to 15 cents higher Improved in the Curb were Fan-steel Mesabi Iron and Niagara Hudson Power Minor losers were Cities Service - Republic Aviation and Brewster Aero Turnover here was 201283 shares versus 242960 yesterday Oyster Inspection Begins Tomorroiv ANNAPOLIS MD Oct 10— UP) — The Maryland Tidewater Fish eries Commission will begin the annual Chesapeake Bay oyster inspection tomorrow officials announced today with members of the United States Fish and Wildlife Department acting as observers Similar surveys have been held by the commission each Fall since 1939 and the findings of the official group relating to size distribution and condition of the oysters will determine which oyster bars will be opened to commercial interest when the Bay oyster season commences November 1 officials added Among those scheduled to take the trips tomorrow Thursday and Friday are Dr Paul S Galtsoff in charge of the oyster investigations of the Fish and Wildlife Service and James B Engle and David Erey biologists of the service who have been conducting Federal investigations of Chesapeake Bay oyster bars this year Edwin W’arfieid Jr chairman of the Tidewater Fisheries Commission Commissioner Allen Sol-lers: J Francis Beven biologist of the State Department of Research and Education and David H Wallace administrative assistant of the Fisheries Department will conduct the inspections New York’s Building Program ToProvide Jobs After War Exceeds One Billion Dollars NEW YORK Oct 7 — (Pi — Construction plans are rolling from the drawing boards of architects and engineers in a yolume that heralds a national postwar building boom More than one-and-a-quarter billion dollars' worth of projects in New York City alone is awaiting the go-ahead signal Since D-Day more than $80-000000 in new skyscrapers large apartment buildings and other structures have been planned for Manhattan Island This privately sponsored construction together with previously announced plans and pending public works gives New York a job-creating budget that typifies America’s drive to get back to normal work as soon as the war is ended It is the most extensive construction program in the history of the nation's largest city Slight Reconversion Problems Indicative of the nation-wide postwar role to be filled by this basic industry which has only slight reconversion problems is the fact that the New York out lay is entirely exclusive of plans for the popular and important small house field Preparations for peacetime construction have increased in direct relation to encouraging war news In contrast to 'a year ago when two months passed without a single new building of any type planned for Manhattan projects filed this year mount steadily from three projects costing $10500 in April to the 51 projects to cost $50746000 in August Among Manhattan projects filed since D-Day are 39 large apartment buildings and 14 major business structures In addition 15 apartment buildings to cost $6-000000 have been planned for the Bronx and four to cost $3123000 are on file in the borough of Queens The City Planning Commission reports a total of $1270000000 in public and semipublic projects already in the contract stage Land acquisition totals $129000-000 the remainder is construction cast Included are $264367848 for new public school buildings $115- 200000 for slum -clearance housing $38000000 to finish the Bat-tery-Brooklyn tunnel $27000000 for parkways and highway work New prisons new Fire Department and Police Department buildings hospitals libraries museums airports and a variety of other structures are blueprinted S3 Apartment Buildings Greatest of all privately planned postwar jobs will be 35 big apartment buildings in one group each 13 stories high and spaced in a parklike community of 75 acres — 18 Manhattan blocks This will be Stuyvesant Town a $50000000 undertaking It will include 8842 apartments housing an estimated population of 24315 It will be built by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company which before the war created Parkchester the "Rockefeller Cen-ter’’ of the residential field where 36000 persons now live in 12272 apartments Another insurance company in Health Talks By Dr Logan Clendening In other days and not so long ago about all that was known of the subject of food allergy was that some people insisted that certain foods did not agree with them There were strawberry rashes and those whose facial complexions came out in splotches whenever they ate sea food from oysters to lobsters and crabs These well known experiences were never dignified by getting into the medical textbooks until the new science of allergy or atopy was taken up by the laboratories early in this century Since then this group of symptoms has been studied very intensively and very scientifically It is now known that quite a broad group of functional bodily disorders including asthma allergic headache rhinitis sinus and chronic nasal trouble digestive upsets as well as skin eruptions such as hives and eczema may be due to sensitiveness to foods or to dignify it with the scientific name used above — food allergy It was early recognized in the history of these researches that some standards would have to be set up to determine whether a given set of symptoms was due to food allergy It would not do simply to rely on the old post hoc propter hoc argument and say you had a headache and it was caused by eating lamb chops and let it go at that The so-called Cooke’s postulates were set up to govern any given case and they They'll Do It Every NEVERMIND THE BACK UP I 1 DO TVIE TALKIN’ AROUND WERE OUST SEE MX) DO IT THAT WAV AFTER THIS! I ALMOST LET HIM HAVE IT THAT TIME X ALMOST LET HIM HAVE IT IF WE’D A SAID JUST ONE WORD MORE-1 OUST ONE WORD MORE” SMACKO! I'D HAVE SOCKED HIM RIGHT ON THE JAW io-ii L&usdJ vestment Clinton Hill in the navy yard section of Brooklyn has been going forward during the war under the sanction of essential housing This is a $7000000 project sponsored by the Equitable Life Assurance Society and will comprise 1200 apartments The first three of 11 buildings ranging 12 and 14 stories high have been finished The mansion of the late Brigadier-General Cornelius Vanderbilt on Fifth Avenue is to be demolished soon for a 14-story $1062-000 office building The old Union Club diagonally opposite Rockefeller Center and north of St Pat rick's Cathedral is being razed to make way for a 13-story department store to cost $2940000 51-Story Tower Planned Some skyscrapers have been planned that would change the famous profile of Manhattan Island A 51-story tower to rise 574 feet and to cost $5000000 is proposed for a site near the Hudson Terminal in Lower Manhattan Tallest for the midtown is 42-story proposition for the Sixth Avenue blockfront where the old Hippodrome once stood This building would rise 495 feet provide 1084000 square feet of office space and cost $9375000 The garment center which extends from Times Square south to the Pennsylvania Station neighborhood would see three structures added to its crowded array calling for 32 to 42 stories each and costing $3000000 to $5000-000 Real estate experts doubt that some of the proposed skyscrapers actually will be erected to the heights planned In the downtown district it is considered doubtful that financing could be obtained for an area in which office vacancies were a serious problem before wartime governmental leases brought temporary relief In the garment center it is noted that the proposed new building sites are in the very district where owners protested Mayor F H La Guardia’s scheme for an $88000 000 fashion center on the grounds of an over-abundance of rentable space Necessity Underlies Plans However postwar construction that does not materialize' probably will be the exception to the rule Necessity underlies most of the plans TYuck haulage for instance requires accommodation to the point where the Port of New York Authority is ready to proceed immediately with a $2500000 truck terminal This project a thousand feet long will occupy three Manhattan blocks in the Holland Tunnel zone and will create about seven acres of floor space for trucks and trailers To meet the demands of postwar aviation Idlewild Airport already is under construction in Jamaica Bay This $58000000 operation scheduled to be finished by the Fall of 1945 covers 3500 acres and dwarfs LaGuardia Airport Of the $1270000000 involved in demanded for proof that the suspected food must give an inflammatory reaction when used as a skin test and besids when eaten it must produce the symptom ascribed to it Of course as a third postulate it was demanded that when the original headache or other symptom was complained of the individual had eaten some of the food under suspicion These postulates still hold but they are subject to some modification Many reports prove for instance that a certain food may produce a symptom only once out of eating it 15 or 20 times Nobody has ever explained that once In the case of some foods heat destroys the allergenic factor Some patients can tolerate evaporated milk but not raw milk A hard boiled egg is sometimes tolerated in an egg sensitive person Well cooked meats or cereals may be nonallergic while meat cooked medium rare will cause symptoms The speed of absorption of the sensitive qualities of certain allergic foods varies and may be the cause of much puzzlement In a sensitive subject it has been found that a peanut can produce symptoms in 24 minutes after being swallowed but 18 minutes if given by a stomach tube But some delayed absorption foods may not produce their allerguff symptoms for 24 hours or more leading as I say to puzzlement because by that time it is hard to trace the connection Time THAT’S rTKJDTWATo IT NOW POLISH HIM pFF WIT MOUR LEFT HE’S DOWN! HE’S UP! HE’S DOWN- 3V 'old mumbun° MORTIMER HE’S BEEN SHADOW- BOXIN’ THE BOSS FOR THE LAST TEN NEARS the public works program $469-900000 is provided by Federal funds 5164310000 by New York State $578900000 by the city $4890000 by tunnel bridge and housing authorities and $8300000 privately (by museums and institutions) City Girls Told Hired-Hand Role Best on Farm WASHINGTON — (UP) — City girls who want to go down on the farm and stay there after the war — and there are a lot of them with this rosy postwar dream — have been urged by Women's Land Army officials to do so as hired hands and not sink their savings in the doubtful venture of amateur farming Miss Florence Hall WLA director who recently completed a tour of farms where city girls are working as a war emergency measure found some of them toying with the idea of striking out on their own as fanners come the peace Amateur farming she pointed out is one of the fastest known ways of losing money Her best advice to girl who want to get back to nature is to do so as a hired hand She predicted there would be about as many jobs open to girls on farms as in any other line of work because the fine performance of the nearly 800000 women and girls now helping till the soil harvest crops and run dairies has eliminated the prejudice against women farm workers Women she said make just as good fanners as men given the training and experience But — "If you are easily discouraged — man or woman — you have no business trying to be a farmer Farming is not the kind of job you can go into while killing time waiting for a good looking man to come along and marry you" Dairy Chief Warns Of Postwar Surplus FORT WORTH (UP)— Dr O E Reed chief of the United States Department of Agriculture Bureau of Dairy Industry warns farmers not to be caught w-ith a big surplus of dairy products within two or three years after the wrar While European dairy herds have declined some 10 to 15 per cent below normal Reed feels that this drop can be quickly built upi "Optimistic statements about postwar foreign markets for our dairy products have been based on wishful thinking" he said Tki Hicfcnasfi Tlnts-Diipafch Tha Richmond Naws Laarfor Cl mullrd Iffut) ada but ka lal phased directly te The Tleiee-Dia patch aad The Newa Leader— Dipl Milt-aid charred with the Pderataadlax that payueat will bp mada wlthla 16 days freu receipt ef arder Merulng Evening Cemblastlsn sad Saadav CLASSIFIED ADVEBltSIXO BATES FOB VIRGINIA ‘ADVEBT1SEB Cash Rates: Consecutive Days Canat 8 A re rags Wards to the Use la Remerfsaa 89s per line Cembiaatlon Meralag aad Evening 16a per line Sunday AN ANNOUNCEMENT OF WARTIME SPACE RESTRICTIONS As one of many steps to keep the use of newsprint within the ration set by the WPB we regret that no classified advertisement exceeding 18 lines can be accepted for publication under any one classification of Ths Times-Dispatch and Tha News Leader nor may whits apace or type display bo used Death memorlam and legal notices excepted Posths I COVINGTON— Died Monday October 9 1944 at 5 P M at the residence of her daughter 215 East Forty-first Street Mrs Christine Grimes Covington She Is survived by three daughters Mrs Lou Rowley Miss Della Covington and Mrs U C Woodbum one eon EL B Covington of Baltimore Md: also eight grandchildren four great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren The remains rest at Woody’s Funeral Home where the services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock Interment In Oakwood HARVEY— Died at his residence 617H North Twenty-third Street Monday October 9 1944 at6:45 A M Robert He to sur-Har- and James M Harvey one daughter Beulah L Harvey: his mother Mrs La-vlnla Harvey: five brothers and four sisters Remains will rest at the residence until noon Wednesday Funeral from the Joseph W Bliley Funeral Home Third and Marshall Wednesday at 4 F H Interment In Oakwood By Jimmy Hatlo fUUST ONE MORE WORD? WHAT DOES HE WANT? THE BOSS CALLED HIM ENOUGH NAMES TQDM JXO START A NEW DCnONAJ 322 rEVEN IF HE EVER GOT THE NERVE k HE COULDN'T HANGj ASOCKONA BEDPOST Hearing aboutthe SOCK TWAINS GOING ID KNOCK THE STRAW-BOSS COCK-EVJED— tSfiUftb JMRE1LLN WA&4INGTONnC Richmond limes-lMspatch Wnlnpaay Get li fry Deaths FIXKE — Died at a local hospltaL Tuesday Oct 10 1944 at 4 A M- Mrs Minnie Marve Flnke axed 7S years el 3305 GrlSIa Are She is survived by three sons Otto A Charles L and Coxswain Anion W Flnke USNR : two brothers Otto and Henry Stsude: five yrandchlld'en Remains rest at the Joseph V Bliley Funeral Home Third and Marshall where services will be held Thursday at 4 P 3L Interment In Oafcwtvod HICKS— Died Sunday October 8 1H at the residence of his daushter 1504 North Twentieth Street Edward Cas-kte Hicks Funeral this tWednesdayt afternoon at 4:39 o'clock (nan Union Sutton Methodist Church Interment in Oakwowd HOPKINS— Died at her residence SH South Cherry street at 1:45 P M Monday October 9 Mary Xunnally Hopkins widow of Charles P Hop kina She Is survived by lour daughters Miss Rena Hopkins Mrs Gertrude H Wilkinson Mrs A B Omenta of Richmond: Mrs Clyde H Games of Norristown Pa: two sons C Rowland and Charles Boyce Hop-kins of Richmond four grandsons four granddaughters and ore s rest- granddaughter Services 4 P M Wednesday from Laurel Street Methodist Church Interment River lew Cemetery HOWERTON— Died at a local hospital Monday October 9 1944 at 10:45 A M Thomas B Howerton of HA' Althea Parkway aged 49 years Funeral from the Joseph W Eiilev Funeral Home Third and Marshall today (Wednesday) at 3 X M Interment In Oakwood JENNINGS— Died at a local hospital Tuesday Oct 4 1914 James Pru-krtt Jennings of Hanover County age 76 years He Is survived by his wife Clara Cole Jennings six sons George Frank L James A Herbert S USA Julian W and Alvin USN six daughters Mrs W C Farmer of Chesterfield County Mrs J C Smith of Norfolk Va Mrs G E Heath Mrs Conway L Fox Miss Pauline Jennings of Ashland and Mrs Roy K Cole of Alexandria: several sisters and twenty-one grandchildren The remains rest at the Joseph W Bliley Funeral Home Third and Marshall where services will be held Thursday at 11 A M Inter- ment In Rlvervlew MELIUS— Died at his residence RFD 9 Chesterfield County Va Monday October 9 1944 Carl Earl Melius Funeral from the Joseph W Bliley Funeral Home Third and Marshall today (Wednesday) at 2 F M Interment In Maunr POTTS— Died at her home Barhams-vllle Va Monday October 9 4:45 P M Edith Goddln Potts wife of George K Foils She was a life-long resident of New Kent County: the daughter of the late Sylvanus Goddln and Susan Eliza Richardson Goddln and granddaughter of the late Rev John Avery Richardson a prominent Baptist minister of New Kent Mm Potts was a member of Tabernacle Methodist Church She la survived by her husband four sons Janies l Potts U S Army Fort George Meade Md George Kidder Potts Jr I S Army Camp Wheeler Ga : John S Polls Asheville N C and Sergeant Joseph R Potts U S Army Air Corp England: also surviving are the following brothers and sisters Mrs Annie Bladon Harrisburg Fa Mia Alma Delehol Richmond Mrs Ethel Cooke Memphis Tenn: Mis Goldie C Potts Omaha Nebraska: Clifton R Goddln Detroit Mich Gilbert W Goddln Richmond Funeral arrangements to be announced SWANK — Died suddenly Tuesday October 10 1944 Dalton F Swank aged 6 years of Stop Jn'i Nine Mile Road son of Leslie Y and Irene Goode Swank Funeral services will be conducted from New Bridge Bap- the mid nwreer gs1!!- tlst Church Thursday afternoon at 1 Bt RTON J RAY Secretary 4:30 o'clock Interment Oakwood I SonleJ Proposals -C p'netrretPTiiedy October 10 1944 1 SEALtD preposats to Pwbssefrom at IP M John J Tyler He to -1 ‘‘nd' trSK"!?!?!4 ti’llSdh? the City Purchasing Agent 219 On- ver: one roster lernor Street until but md later than son Corporal Thomas Peay USA and 1 11 A 51 Wednesday Ortnbff two grandchildren Remains rest at 1 1— v-w Chevrolet pickup truck the Joseph W Bliley Funeral Home 1 193T ModeL Third and Marshall where the funeral I l—’s-ton Chevrolet station wagon will be held Thursday at 3 P M In-1 IMS Model terment In Oakwood I J — YOUNGER— Passed on at the rrsl-l CMC Ftokup truck 1938 dence of her daughter 411' North Da-1 rvc mu truck 1939 vis Avenue Helen Tanner Younger I ““ rlcBp ru r1 £££5 l-'-ton Automobile trailer wimlm Mildred I These vehicles can be seen between m J Shi TT bv hSr Ue hours of 8 A M- and 4 I 5L dsugh7er Mis! JamcR Emntop: i oTIWto brothers Albert & Tanner of this city: Walter S Tanner of Petersburg I )' "“ SeiVlces at the grave In Hollywood for 5to H D -IYaytorri - Wednd5y Oclober tf 3 £& ILCOX— Died at a ll hospital I vehicle bid on exclusive of trailer Annie Gary llcox of Holdcroft a I must accompany bid NO check re-She to survived by one okLF I qulred with bid on trailer Wilcox: two sister two brothers Th city Furrtiasing Agent reserves Burial Campbell Church Cemetery at I th right to reject any and all bids 11 o clock M ednesday waive any Informalities and to fltOWN — Died Ort 9 1944 Mrar?rd gjg0 furihcr In- Maggie Brown of 127 N 5hSt w Funeral notice later Walter J Man- JJ1 £25- 1‘ ml W nine Funeral Director I ““so truck W? HUFFMAN “ Lost and Found 7 Fwxhasing Agent City of Richmond BILLFOLD— Lost Monday containing War Bonds and valuable papers Return and keep money 4U-D & Meadow BILLFOLD — Lost black and red leather containing driver’s permit registration card gas rations and llqu books 1 T w- JeLensmved Jean Butler Reward BRACELET — Lost yellow gold mesh with three emerald stones Phone 2-4466 Reward COW— Strayad torge Guernsey from Rtohrnond Lnton Stock Yard s October on 3 1944 of 6 house connections 13118 fret BROOCH— Lost with diamond In ten-1 g£ ter rounded by pearls with chain at-tached Sunday morning from 12th 1 1“" "J " “ Marshall to St Peter’s Church 8th "rlcc Counr Grace Call2-7192 RewaijL IpEn? pedflcatlon and contract CAT— Strayed from 932 W Franklin I documents are open to public Inspeo-gray Reward 4-1122 I tlon at the office of Mr J C Me I — — rrr rl Director of Public Works Hilton r&A ““" Village Virginia and at the office of 5Iassey A Johnson Consulting Enet 2£7568 or 2-4774 Liberal reward I Fairfax Virginia Plana specl- CIGARETTE LIGHTER — Lost small I flcatlons and contract documents may Ronson between Broad-Grace on 7th be obtained by mall nr In person for 815 reward Sentimental value 4-6350 1 bidding at the office of Massey A Jotnw COAT— Lost brown lady's sporTwlth I aow Fsrtfuv Virginia upon the do white buttons at J F Camps on Plf of S2500 dollars Surh deposits Hull St Road Finder please return I will be refunded upon return of copies to 900 W Grace SL Reward I In good condition within five days nfl- COIN PURSE — Lost containing money I ”anM1J5££!riS' dn h i rSS Gr“ “ bu‘- br a - Krwara 6-3 Ton derB bond In the amount ef 5 DOG Lost Small black v bihttwhi uiuurr ni ivrnwn River Road near city limits 3-4628 1 bond In the amount of the mntrart Reward price Issued bv sureties approved bv DOG— Lost bluish-black male hound Warwick County Virginia Board of answers to the name of Blue Reward AftyMda era opened no 815 3-0428 I bidder shall withdraw hto bid for - 6oaiic- rf'?sirmiiks klnMj -T I The Board of Supervisors reserves SSSSTiiaa twara-1 the right to retort any or all bids and V- j — : — I to waive Informalities FOUNTAIN PEN — Lost red Schaeffer I The Federal Works Agency’s rules military clip trfamtlmMtal value Call I and regulations shall apply to the I 3-8413 until 6 P M then 2-3862 Re-1 st met Ion of this project wrd- I Contractor shall cotnolv with the KEY CASE)— Lost Reward? Plcaae I rules and regulations relating te the notify Charlotte Calllcott USO Re-1 practice of reneral rnofroeriRg in Vic clonal Office Phone 7-45661 or at MS elnia as set forth in 19M Virginia Code Grove Ave Phone 5-4013 I Supplement Chepter 17SE and shall LOCKET— Lost cameo last Saturday I £ ? nf !: at skating rink or near Reward I r jucrx I contractors snail bv sn-nteir power of twy-tf p— nAAif "nit’ i1iri ’rirriin— I attorney apnoint the Secretary of the I r°tnmolT—lth of Inrlnla their agent P 4'30 fo7 wnrlce of proeesa or notlcw — " Saturaay Rewraro 5-1153 leaned for bv Sect ton 4399 rilT) PIN — Lost heart shape from New I The attention of Ito b'dd-r (s fn-Gulnea at Tilly’s Club Sa""-r 1 sited to Chapter 3T5E Section 4159 nlghtsentlmental value only 6-3782 1 f 117) Code of Virginia as amended RATION BOOK— Lost three No 4 H I by Chapter 4At Acta of Aarambhr Sanders Joe and Joyce Sanders Please I NC1 re?“rT7 9iJeoee o a re return to 10 N Rowland SL tlflcate of iegtrtraMon before bto bid WATCH— Lost ladles’ smaU "gold" on t tnaTT ’’’’ Ida j der wlll place on the outride of iho JTZ-ktoT : envelope rortalnlnv Ms Ml the fol- WATCH— Lori tody’s old-fashioned I lowing notation: -Regtoterad Omtrao- toPfJ with pin: sentimental valuer Rltor Virginia Certtflrate Nol ward Phone 4-3826 after 6 1 191 f current year) He will Insert WRIST WATCH — Lost tody’s yellow! tha following statement In hto bid ever Jold between 205 South Boulevard and I his signature: lands rd Drug Co on Floyd bus I Rerlter—i as a contractor under Sunday between 8:30 and 9 o’clock I Chaner 175E Section 419 M17 Code Return to Miller and Rhoads Depart-1 Virginia as amended by Chapter ment 25 Reward 1404 Acts of Assemble 1914 Certifb Loff"! Noilces “cvnt‘rac TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office I ship or under an assumed or ftoti'lrois of District Supervisor Alcohol Tax I name sh-'l file a certificate a railed Unit Bureau of Internal Revenue I for by Chapter 185 Section 4722 (I) Baltimore Maryland Date of first! of Virginia Cade of ISML publication October 4 1944 Not ice I Is hereby given that on September 24 1944 one 1940 Ford Coach Motor Nuro-1 PAWNBROKER'S AurtWui Sale Will her 18-5773915 with accesaorlea was ! sell on the premises 118 East R-iwd seized In Richmond Virginia for rtola-1 Street for Friedman's Loan Office tlon of the Internal Revenue Laws! October 14 1944 at 9 A 31 all tow to wit: Section 3321 Internal Revenue felted pled res consisting of watches Code Any person claiming an Interest I Jewelry diamonds musical tnst rain said property must appear at the menta men's and ladles wearing att-office or Inrastlgstor In Charge Al-I Psrel ett from Pledge No 1 to 53001 cohol Tax Unit Richmond Virginia I Industry S Steiner Auctioneer and file dalm and Cost Bond as prt- — r — — r- — — vlded by Section 3724 Internal Rev-1 youR'MrtPMhTw Lm'aaS" enue Code on or before November ill?111 “”-? thejl ant Ada 1944 othensrtoe the property will be LISTEN MISTER endeeell heer disposed of according to tow R EL I others sav nmee-Dtepateb and News Tuttle District Supervisor 'Leader Want Ads surs do tbs Job" UjsINstictl TREASURY DEPARTMENT Ofice of District Super Isor Alcohol Tax Unit Bureau cl Internal Revenue Baltimore Maryland Date el first publication CVteber 4 1944 Notice is hereby Kites that cn September 14 1944 one 1939 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan Motor Number H-SX31 u:ih accessories sss seized In Souths tr?:- County Virginia lor to U Hon of the Internal Revenue Laws M wt: Section 3321 Internal Revenue Code Artr person claiming an Interest in said must appear at the e'ror Icator In Charge Alcohol Tax Unit Richmond Virginia and t: Claim and Cost Bond as provided by Section 3T24 Internal Retenue Code on or before November 3 1944 otherwise the property will be d'sprsoi of according to law R E TviLr District Surer isor VIRGINIA: IN THE LAW AND WITTY COURT OF THE CITY CP RICHMOND THE 10TH DAY OP OCTOBER 1944 Theodore Thomas Hall Rilaijif against Katherine O KaT —Defendant IN CHANCERY The object of this suit Is to obtain a divorce from the bond of matrimony on the grounds desertion continuing for a period of more than two years and to adjudicate the rare and custody of the Infant children of the K riles here to An affidavit haring rn filed that the defendant Katherine O Hail la a nonrrsidvrt of the Commonwealth of Virginia It Is ordered that she do appear here within 13 days of due publication of this notice in the Richmond Tlmes-Disratch a newspaper published In the City of Richmond Va and do what to necessary to protect her Interest herein A Corv — Teste LUTHER UEBY JR Cleric Clay Crenshaw pq Meetings Csmiag treats 8-1 “The annual meeting of the stork-holders of the Rich Maid Mfg Cn Inc will be hrilit 714 Stockton St Richmond Va Tuesday Ort 17 1944 at 3:30 P M M G Jackson secretary NOTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OP CHESAPEAKE-CAMP CORPORATION You are hereby notified that the Board of Directors of Chesapeake Camp Corporation has railed a meeting of tne Stockholders of the said corporation to he held at Us principal office In the County of Isie of Wight near Fianklln Va on Tuesday October 34 194 at 12 00 M for the purpose of considering and taking action either to adopt or reject an agreement of merger between Camp Manufacturing Company and Chesapcake-fSirp Corporation where bv the said Canp Manufacturing Company would be merged Into the said Chesapeake-Camp Corporation under the ioisiors of the Virginia statute and In accordance with the terms and provisions of th ssld merger agreement JOHN M CAMP Secretary NOTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF CAMP MANUAFCTURING COMPANY You are hereby notified that I he Board of Directors of Camp Manufacturing Company has railed a meeting of the Stockholders of the said corporation to be held at Its pnnriral office In the County of Isle of Wight near Frank Mn Va cn Tuesday CVn-her 24 1914 at 11:09 A- ! for the purpose of considering and taking action either to adopt or reject an agreement of merger between Carrp Manufacturing Company and Chesapeake-Camp Corporation wbrrrbr the said Camp Manufacturing Company would be merged Into Hie said iTiesapeake-CSmp Corporation under the provisions of the Virginia statute and In accordance with the terms and provisions of ADVERTISEMENT Project Va 44-39— Contract T SANITARY SEWERAGE FACILITIES Warwick County Virginia Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Supervisors Warwick "r Vlrgmia Bnm 3 P YL October 19M for the following: I For furntahlng all labor and material land constructing a sewage pump sta- I tlon and apnurienanres and 394 feet I of S’ CL Force Main: also 4 W) feet of the total Md made uayable the Board of Supervisors Warwick County Virginia The sorvessfu! bidder shall furnish

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