The Times Dispatch from Richmond, Virginia on August 8, 1945 · 9
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The Times Dispatch from Richmond, Virginia · 9

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Council-VTC Group to Study Line Petition Main Street Line Lnder Discussion- I A subcommittee of the Council Streets Committee and officials j JESSES1 thi1 7JfmUnv- ft?tTon foaban- the company s petition to aoan don the Main streetcar line east cf Twenty-eighth Street and to remove its tracks The subcommittee headed byj Councilman Davjjta afler t( arriv4l in Richmond Mon- to make its report to the Streets i Committee the night of August j daynixnt 20 when a public hearing will be The reptile was brought to the held at the City Hall on the com- capital by a State trooper who pany's petition was present at the demonstration Last week the subcommittee Sunday and aided in its capture cltv's Lester Street when it was produced by a mem-improvement project which Is ber of Parsons’ cult was 'dead lined with the company’s petition upon arrival and Mr Clarke dis-A paper pending in Council pro- sected it immediately in an effort vide for relocating Lester Street to determine whether it retained so as to provide for expansion of i its normal supply of venom and the City Dock If this paper is whether its fangs had been drawn approved bv Council the company will have to relocate its tracks and pav paving costs estimated at 20000 It was Indicated yesterday that the company will offer to operate a bus line east of Twenty-eighth Street to replace the Main streetcar line In that section of the city Meanwhile it was reported that East End citizens were organizing to oppose the company's petition A petition against the removal of the tracks was being circulated in the East End yesterday The East Find Business Mens Association also is opposed do removal of the tracks and it president Oscar Pohlig has appointed a thrre-man committee to appear before the Streets Committee and express the association's opposition The committee members are Clinton S Font Phil J Bag-ley Jr and J A Barron Station WLEE Will Go on Air Herr Next Month Richmond will have a new radin station next month— WLEE which will go on the air at 1450 kilocycles Thomas Tinsley owner and operator of the new station said that WLEE will lie affiliated with the Mutual Broadcasting System after WRNL rclinnuishes its mutual tieup as of October 1 It will be on the air from fi A M to 1 A M daily according to present plans The 230-watt outlet will have Its studios in the basement of the Grace-Arcade Building in the quarters formerly occupied by the filter center Mr Tinsley said that the studio will employ about 25 engineers announcers and technicians Mr Tinsley a native of Richmond also owns and operates WITH In Baltimore t Fopular vegetables raised in army gardens in the Pacific area include Chinese cabbage carrots corn cucumbers lettuce green onions radishes tomatoes and melons cooks dislike spinach and peas because too much time is re-nuirrd to prepare them Crossword f Ruzzle ACROSS 1 Tiff 10 Mountain In Alaaka i Chin pasod11' i Strong woody flbr IS Salary IS Conjunction 14 SIdly 15 Scandinavian niaura of lanstb II Ski Ion of aa orchatra II Symbol for nickel 19 Wlht U Iuion trlho 14 Cherry color 15 Clvo the meaning of 40 Foianer ruler 41 Costly 41 Tree 44 Flow back 40 lavlih 40 Poor SO Flnlal 93 Valley S3 Ahead M Ciip blKuit SO Toward 1 Southern tat: 90 Plftr abbr IS Stair 14 Novel ' SS Dairy maid: Scotch la kloit beautiful1 SS Pronoun on Companion 03 Ardor 01 Tavern 04 Female abeep 05 Cancel CO Harden 07 Demolleh 40 Newieetvrei tiaamtms JFor essential travel Call 2-5848 EASTEBNi Cult’s Emaciated Copperhead Is Undergoing Close Chech way to put an end tn the primitive carryings on of the “faith” cult led bv Parson Dill Parsons coal miner-preacher and leader of the Virginia branch of the cult The snake described by Tal- E Clarke executive director yesterday pon-1 remains of an Medical science Idered seriously the i emaciated “baby" copperhead moc-j starved perhaps for weeks ! casin seized in the Stone Creek In order to make the examin'a-Governor Darden is among 41 : s n a k e - handling demonstration ' tion complete however Mr Clarke I new life members added yesterday Sunday in an effort to find a legal turned the dissected snake over! to the Virginia Baptist Historical to pathologists at the Medical Col- Society Dr Garnett Ryland of lege of Virginia Hospital yester-1 the University of Richmond where day for chemical analysis of its j the organization is housed an-entrails to determine whether itjnounccd had been drugged He said the ! Organized 50 years ago the so-highly inflamed condition of thecicty collects and preserves rc-snake's insides indicated to him ! ligious literature and information of the Commission of Game and Inland Fisheries and an herpetologist of repute as “the sorriest specimen of copperhead I have ever seen” was dissected soon or broken “Milked to Death” His examination failed to reveal any trace of poison in the venom sacs connected with the sharp fangs and operated on the same principle as the ordinary hypodermic needle and Mr Clarke expressed the conviction that the tiny snake had been “milked to death" He said it was obvious Youths Shot In Attempt To Steal Car ys were shot early yesterday while they were attempting to steal an automobile in the 2500 block Idlcwood Ave according to police One of the boys is 16 and lives on North Twenty-fifth Street and the other is 17 and lives on North Thirty-first Street Lawrence Robertson who lives on Idlcwood Avenue told police he heard his car which was parked in front of his home being moved about 4:30 A M and wont outside armed with a shotgun Robertson said he saw his car moving and called to the boys to stop They jumped out of the car and started to run he said and he again called to them to halt but they kept running Robertson said he fired at the youths A little later police found the two boys in the 2000 block Park-wood Ave where the youths were yelling “Call the ambulance-’’ The boys were taken to the Medical College Hospital in a city ambulance where their wounds were treated The 16-year-old was shot hetwepn the shoulder blades and the 17-year-old was shot in the left side Both were taken to the Juvenile Detention Home on charges of car theft Robertson was booked on charge of felonious assault In World War T United States industrial production rase 23 pci cent and industrial goods prices rose 88 per cent ill t A K 3 £) E DC Solution Of Yesterday's Puzzlt DOWN 1 Aquatic bird S Cliffs on the lower Hudson S Epoch 4 Proffer t Makes Into leather I Pour oil upon 7 Worship t Salutations 5 Title of Mohammed 10 Burn slightly 11 Present day 17 Covered with dew 50 Fencing swords SS Wearing a certain headdraea 39 Obedient 30 Anything trictly true 11 Snow vehicle 19 Simpleton II Jewish month 14 Cordials 51 Dry 17 Irish Republican Brotherhood- obbr 39 Eat away 43 Effeminate 40 llax of float ing lea 47 Agriculturist 49 Portended 49 Old-womanish M French city 04 Source of sugar 00 Shepherd’s staff 17 Bacteriologist's platinu loop $9 Sait 01 MUkflah 88 that the venom had been removed O f SJoPlPtV land that the snake had beenvx UUV1V ’J? that some drug perhaps striychine had been used to render the reptile harmless Upon the verdict of the MCV pathologists and Mr Clarke's ex amination of the snake may depend Governor Darden's future plans for halting the demonstrations at Stone Creek which have been going on for about two years Mr Clarke said yesterday that he all inte will submit a formal report to the Besides Governor Darden these Governor as soon as he gets the (are among the recent new life °f laboratory tests at ‘ members added to the historical ! society: Lieutenant-Governor W Meanwhile Governor Darden M Tuck Dr Julian L Rawls and declined to divulge any plans heiE Jeff Robertson Norfolk Mr has in mind should the examina- and Mrs F S Easley Bluefield tions determine that the snake i W Va: R A Harris Lynchburg has no poison and was rendered H W Starkey Dr R F Hough harmless by constant “milking" to! Salem Mr and Mrs E H Tit-extract the deadly venom from the sacs in its mouth However it has been reported to the Governor that the cult has been accepting donations of money at their demonstrations and the chief executive has hinted that there may be some prosecutions for fraud Dr Carpenter to Speak At YWCA Here A meeting will be held lonight at the YWCA 6 North F’ifth St lo hear Dr J Henry Carpenter chairman of ihe committee on Church and the ro-oprrative of the Federal Council of Churches Dr Carpenter a well known authority on the co-operative movement is finishing a tour of several Southern cities where he has addressed community labor and college groups The meeting to which the public is invited has been arranged hy Frank D Preston E R Storrs B L Jones and 1 1 L Robison Mcxim will plant 50000 banana trees to start a new zone” Edmund 10WE Anne JfFfRfyS EDUARDO CIANEUI MARC LAWRENCE EllSIM WKJR laMceTKRtlfL STARTS TODAY AT THE COOL STATE CAPITOL First Show at STATE 10:30 A M CAPITOL 1 K M Darden Named Life Member in Virginia The collection is the largest of any in the Southern States end contains much source material possessed by no other library Only Pennsylvania possesses a larger collection of religious literature and source material Dr Ryland said Housed at the University of Richmond the matcriaLis available for study to rested students mus E H Titmus Jr Mrs Alpha Titmus Slate Mrs Annie Titmus Mitchell Jerolien T Titmus and Harrv L Snead of Petersburg John B Boatwright Buckingham J M Camp P R Camp and S W Rawls Franklin Mrs May Camp Walker Bridgeport Cbnn Henry S Johnson Hvlas R Hill Fleet Miss Hannah Ryland J R Bryant Dr and Mrs H W Decker Dr J M G Ryland Ramon V Andrews Mr and Mrs P C Abbott R L Seward Mrs Parke P Deans Mrs L Howard Jenkins Lieutenant L Howard Jenkins Dr H U Stephenson J Garland Hood W F Robinson W H Nick els Jr C F Joyner and Dr R B Pinchbeck all of Richmond Board to Buy School Bus WINCHESTER Aug 7 — (VI — The Frederick County School Board has decided to proceed with its original intention of purchasing three new buses for the transportation of pupils to and from certain country schools and to sell two old vehicles in constant recd of repairs The Board of Su-“banana i Pcr'’isors recently rejected appropriations for the purchases Doctors 9 Release From Army Ashed Citing the acute shortage of doctors for civilian practice in the State the Virginia Medical Monthly yesterday endorsed the resolution made by Indiana asking for the release of physicians and dentists from the service with the military forces to meet the needs of the civilian population The editorial states that Virginia's situation is as acute as that of Indiana which prompted the passage of the resolution by its medical association The resolution urged “those in authority to look upon the early and prompt release of physicians when they can be spared" from the armed forces j Chesterfield Force (Reduced to 7 Officers j When Officer D V Murphy re- ports for military service on aDG3ZBnGngq7rBTT TONIGHT— OPEN S:45 wg the : of TILLY'S MOONLIGHT DANCES I MIIm WmI ana St rad Rm4 WEDNESDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS Mute Wadaodl k SUNRISE HILLBILLIES AND CARTER FAMILY Mima Frida a Mint Sataria k ANCHOR ORCHESTRA NO STAGS — COUPLES ONLY Oiil I IE and Call MP3 ar Dial 9-7111 srai STARTS A M CAREY KELLY KM ® PEWIT DUCKY LOUIE Paal MINI Marcarrltp CHAPMAN "COUNTER-ATTACK’ STARTS I P M Joan FONTAINH Crcrtr BKKNT "THE AFFAIRS OF SUSAN" I STARTS I P M I— OLSEN and JOHNSON "SEE MY LAWYER" ENDS T00AV Joel Gsll ' MeCREA Rl'HHKLL "THE UNSEEN” wMAf COOL BWIU1 SO TARTS S P M OLSEN and JOHNSON "SEE MY LAWYER" WINNER OF SPtx ACADEMY AWARDS WINNER OF A NATION’S PRAISE WINNER OF A NATION'S HEART ! 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