July 31, 1923
Julian Valentine, colored, residing on South Kenton Street was arrested by Chief Powers and Officer Bus Hill Sunday night at the home charged with possessing some "white mule" in a jug which was brought to the station as evidence. Valentine was found guilty before Mayor Henderson and fined the minimun $100 and costs, part of which he paid and arranged to pay the rest in a short time.
June 12, 1936
Julian Valentine, Hill Street, was arrested yesterday afternoon at South Locust and Water Street by Officer Howard Helfrich on a charge of intoxication.
He was sprawled across the sidewalk making it necessary for a passerby to step over him, the police said today. Valentine was being held in the city jail today pening his arraignment before Mayor Dallas McCrery.
October 5, 1936
Four local persons are being held in City Jail on charges of drunken and disorderly conduct following their arrest Saturday night by Patrolman Helfrich and Scott.
Julian Valentine, Walter Jones, and Kathryn Valentine all arrested at 8:15 on South Kenton Street, will have hearings before Mayor Dallas McCrery at 7:30 tonight.
Gilbert Howe, East Water Street, was arrested on East Market Street at 11:20pm Saturday and will also have his hearing tonight.
September 7, 1937
Three minor motor accidents marred the weekend holiday in Urbana and Champaign county and all occurred on Saturday night.
Julian Valentine, colored, of South Walnut Street, was injured when run down in front on South Ward School on South Main Street by an automobile driven by a man giving the name of OE Lutz of Springfield. The fire departmen ambulance removed Valentine to his home where his condition was said to be not serious. Firemen and Mr Lutz said that Valentine was walking in the middle of the street and that the driver of the car did everything possible to keep from hurting him.
November 24, 1937
Julian Valentine, colored, of Hill Street, was in an unconscious condition today at the Champaign County Hospital suffering from injuries received at 5:50am when struck by an automobile in front of the C&LE Depot on South Main Street.
from the Urban Daily in Springfield, Ohio