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Illegal Parkers Almost Exceed The Legal Ones Dis”c*poct for downtown parking regulations h i* reached such fan tastic proportions in Detroit that liw violators nearly outnumber legal puker* according to a re* pvt today by I>. Grant Mickle.' traffic engineer. According to Mr klc‘s survey t-ierc are about 13,000 vehicles Pirked on the street during an i\erage bu*ine*« day tn thr down • .wn re* ul business district. ('f the*< the traffic engineering bureau investigators found be ♦w ,-n T >"* ar i 6 000 parked illegally. I Hl* REt OMMIM) XTIONS In a 2t>-pace report covering the rn’. :' suh.ect >f Detroit's parking faeii)?!.’* traffic engineer rec ommends • 1 Installation of parking meters 2 K\pan*r»»n of present DSR municipally' .‘prated parking lot* and the construction of rnjinicijvtllv cwnod double or triple decked concrete parking areas. .'I More sttiet regulation of commercial deliveries on major arteries during rush hours to prevent double parking. 1 Restrictions on the use of public streets as storage spaces for automobiles The report sug gests elimination of parking on one side of residential streets a* a step in this program. 5 Further restrictions on parking and standing on major arteries during rush hours. H Better control of the oper- l ation, appearance and fees charged at the present privately operated parking lots. PLENTY OF SPAC E Mickle* survey showed that there is more than enough parking space in the loop district, hut that i* is not located at places where the demand is heaviest. At the i>eak hour ot 2 p m. the bureau found only 12,188 cars parked in the downtown,area out of a total of 32.41.1 spaces pro vided for in the 312 parking lots and garages. j The report further showed lhat the motorist headed for a. destina— tion in the downtown area had to walk an average distance of four tenths of a nnle after parking his ea r. The defense program, according to the survey, has resulted in a special parking problem near in dustrial plants. This has resulted from double and triple shift oper ations as well as restrictions im ]>osod hy r the FBI against parking in areas set aside near the plants. FBI Guarding Homes Of Jap Consul, Staff CHICAGO, Dec. 19 (INS).— FBI agents guarded the homes of Kiagachiro nhmon, acting Japa nese consul in Chicago, and mem bers of his < 1 ass today "for their own protection." The consul and his staff will noi i>c permitted outside their house* •nd nobody can communicate with • cm without government permi*- —on. On orders from the state department at Washington, the c onsulate wa* locked up and sealed. •i i _jL*m mfy Aw ™ v iili\ lr£‘»®«s3 / - J.. V jr / iip THE TWO TIMER . . . COME /l\p GET THEM WHILE THEY LAST" N>» rhipmcnt of xtunninr IC«*l introt* print tire.- n of crown te-tei ih - on. ,\ compute tire** «i. 1 coat which ran foe worn H*}>;«rat« ly. Velvet hinging on coat w;th how- to mat< h. Ap propriate for of’ic*. tirc.-H and co c . I'i 1' r. n»; wh :•* print -Ml m - /*« 11 to . g 50c Down—soc Wookly If you can't get e/au ntnu n Phong MISS LONG. CA 8228 • MAIL ORDER COUPON » * 1 t a*"# m» tt>» Cm I r*v# r*<»-M<J b» • \ Color S'ze J * Nam* . ... t t j t Addraaa < * FRANKLIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 316 MICHIGAN AVE. Optn Every Emir', T»'! ?00 Warns Of Aroas Ouarilrtl j LANSING, TNjc 19 Because of the accidental shooting of a girl in Detroit by a homo guard. Gov Murray D. Van Wagoner today j warned every one to • .‘main out of prohibited areas, to out for *f,ite troops and other guards and amln i Jr Ml MSB- L | wr* t feiigi s - jj 28-Pc. LIONEL Remote Controlled FREIGHT OUTFIT Track •Enfine o|l • Tender • Box Car -- • Oil Car • Caboose • J-Pc Station Set MM • 2 Signals • Trans ' . . . 25e WEEKLY' former • Lantern and Battery • Station Cap • Whistle • Badge • W'nst W’atch • Transfers • Ticket Pune h. Every exartlv shown for J <>nl> V* l,r > M f MiM \ \ittU ".' <m ' '* ***. '4? ‘ i* 9 ff&p YOUR CHOICE 21-ln. "MARY LOU'' DOLL or TEDDY BEAR ft ft. V'Ktf < h r. 11l IL 2l■q •h. • i l l \ iliMtid f| rj doll or in-h WB Tedd- lira- Poth fi"! » B B ’ t a I L ' arid h»vt roguish. E w m movgr - «. a* Teddy Lear ha* a r*mgul».r dies*. 'to obey orders promptly. The !governor said the following will jbe guarded: International bridges and the approaches. International tunnels. Ccjtam airports to I** desig nated from time to time (Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids have been already designated). Federal Communication* instal lations (radio, monitors, etc.). Armories. Certain dorks and harbor faeili-. ties io be designated from time to time. * .j&r”- BED-HI INNERSPRING SOFA BED Deep, comfortable, inner»pring conitruction A C and open* to a big double bed at regular ▼■llly y bed height. Ha* a concealed bedding com- M partment to »tore all your bedding. Attrac- fl| tively shaped, walnut finished arm*. fine WEEKLY! / f^ r* V N- • i Ik Jm* * * 3-PC. WALNUT VENEER SUITE Beautifully matrhrd walnut vrnrrr* flB A A ar H nt »,r r linr ia hi net «»nods ' At A A| BB* 1■ ) tractive atrramlinrd »tylln«. antra ' fflj IU U lat f a mirtots and expertly tonstruct* II luw • d thi. ughfM.it Include* tha full at/a Jg_ .M-. J It- d. run- uva < hr-t. handsome \ anity j' JI or Drraaar. AM J p ten rompltta at | thit low prirej |l WEEKLY! DETROIT EVENING TIMES iPHOXE CHERRY 8800) Frolic Assures Goodfellow Goal Tonight's Goodfellow boxing show’, added to the proceeds of the gala frolic held at Convention Hall, will put the lbll Old News hoys Good ft II mv drive "over the I top.” Goodfellow president Augest ,K. Jankowsky. said today. ( An overflow crowd jammed eveiy corner of Convention Hall MAJESTIC RADIO PHONOGRAPH SAQ9S M Mr A WEEK! Play* 10 or 12-inch record* ith the cabinet top c!o*ed! Constant speed motor. 6-tube ra dio, 5-inch dynamic speaker Built-in, wave range finder. Walnut veneer cabinet. Lavishly Fur-Trimmed WINTER COATS Our /?eg. $29.99 Valuea Si 088 I 4Or WEEKLY! A warm and practical Christ mas Gift! Handsomely styled Winter Coats trimmed with such fine furs as • Platinum W’olf • better Viruna Fox • smart Raccoon * rteh—A4*r- mink. All are wai mly lined and interlined. Sizes 12 tn 20! HURRY for best selection! »w. EASY TERMS ON ANY PURCHASE! last night to swell the Goodfellow fund and dance and listen to the best in the Detroit entertainment field. On hand were Enric Madrl [guera’s and Jt>e Rcichman’s or chestras from the Statltu- and I Book-Cad iliac hotels, and enter |tamers from three of Detroit’s leading night clubs, the Bowery.] Saks Show Bar and the Club Royale» Three orchestras supplied by the Detroit Federation of Musicians provided dancing. Automobiles were given to A. J- Jackson. 1132 Fisher Building; W. P. Bankowski, 12272 Mac Kay, and John Smellio, 1997 Blaine avenue. , ■ Jala =*H ~ ' fIL I*p I I ft :, f J !j I . I 21-Pc. PORTABLE BAR and SERVING TRAY f A portable bap to make Dad the “perfect _ ho»t!” Includes the large serving tray, 6 lugh-f ball glaaaet, 6 coasters, 4 liquor glasses, *nH¥lr * 2 decanters, ice bowl and ice tongu All 21 ll J)' * pieces included! W II FINS TERWALD I FURNITURE L%nZS n i COMPANY Decorator's CHAIR Choice of Colors! W MM 25c A Week! Not# th# unususlly Ki «i r fut lines of (his I smart Docnrato r’s I Chair! Massively pro- A portioned drop and torn- mJ fortahlo hack, soft and U| luxurious innmpnnt V scat and upholstered in ■ rich. Inns-wearing tap estry. Beautifully carved walnut finished legs. Choice of colors! \ j y* ya db FREE! M Your Choice of Cocktail Smoker —4-Slice Chrome Toaster—Pottery Table Lamp— Free with any purchase of $29 or more. it -IIP Civilians Rush |To Join Air Unit So readily are Detroiters respond ing to the call for civilian workers in the Air Service Command that offices at Wayne County Airport, where applications are accepted, will remain open Sunday from 9 la. m. to (» p. m. according to Cap M f B m i iW M ■ Everhot ROASTER WiTh Dishes tmrtuded *l4“ ■ WEEKLY? Famous EVERHOT electric roaster fully automatic. Bn. 16-quart (hold* an 16. pound tuikryt si/e, equip pad with all-porcelain in tarior and automatic thermostat. Complrta with rooking utansils, lifting rack and approved cord and plug Stand extra. tain Varley P. Young, recruiting head. “Many of the hundreds of workera who have nlmtdy ap plied,” Captain Young said, “have said they are willing to take jobs at much lower pay in order to do their part.” Typical of these are Alexander Thompson. 41. of Route 3, Birming ham, and two men who work under him in a Detroit aulo plant. They are Melvin Kotowicz, 35, also of Route 3. Rlrmmgh.-yn, and Lloyd Simpson. 32, of 339 West Grand boulevard. Thompson and Kotowiez applied for aircraft mechanic jobs which WALNUT VENEER TABLES-Your Choice Dittinctively dfiiitnfd group of Jiatching tablet? Heavily conttructed of matched walnut venerri and other fine cabinet wood*. Book-trough End K ” Table, Coffee Table, Step-End fable .. . Your M Choice 52 99. 45-inch Waterfall CEDAR CHEST SIQ 9S I W S«C A 1 || AUTOMATIC TRAY! J Solid Crdar intrrmr and b-autifully matched walnut vtnf»r Mtrrmr. iljfl Has an automatic rais mg tray. Fully moth proof and dustpioof throughout, WALNUT VENEER DESK and Leatherette CHAIR I Si Q 95 | - | WEEK, | Hmd»nmrlv drsifn rd watrrfall drsk of fin* 1 walnut vrnrrrs M X and othrr irlrctrd 1 ’ rahi nr I woods 7 ,r spat ious diaweli. Also mrlud* 1 * tns matchinf dr*k chair, upholsfrrad in w*. - W# ablr laafhrrrttf. GIVE OAD A BREAK THIS CHRISTMAS! i # ,/f •; Y. i I VELOUR “TILT•BACK” LOUNGE CHAIR and OTTOMAN 5f% AOO Limurioii*. mm-iiml Lnunfe Chair T K and Ottoman covered in beautiful fj3 velour—your choice of 5 rich color*. B ■! Comfortable *prin« filled teat and f 7 |Lm. tilt* ot a comfortable anffle b» Ju«t />• ***• • touching the font to the floOi. Mate h- H WCtRf l«t ottoman included! ® Friday, December 19, 1941 will pay them S6OO and 1400 respectively less than they now receive annimlly. Simpson, who owns his own plane experiment* with aircraft, offered his knowl edge to the Air Corps, also at a' , salary. Quezon Rallies People MANILA, Dec. 19 (INS). President Manuel Quezon of the Philippine Commonwealth toda \ rallied his people with the words r “We should fight like heroes, hut even in fighting we must art us gentlemen and Christians.” i il BH3& faR jW t* B sfl \ ■ V Vs I i! /T *>a.