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Edwardsville Intelligencer, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1938, Edwardsville, Illinois AH of tht S Nation It the d Speedily n d Madison ome Daily THE H Mostly rising temperature Temperature today at 8 P. 40. 75th 23 28, 1938. EIGHT PAGES TWO SUPPORTERS SILL BUSINESS Chairman S. E. C. William 0. Chairman of Federal Reserve Favor Queen Ailing Again PLAN DISCUSSION AT CONFERENCE This Financing Major Part of New Deals Second Recovery Does Not Include Heavy Niagara Falls Bridge In Grip of Ice Jam Jan. least two high administration officials were known today to be supporters ot a plan that would allow the government to finance business Chairman William O. ot the Securities and Exchange Com- and Chairman S. of the Federal Reserve believe that such n plan will meet the complaints of business men who have complained that banks are reluctant to provide credit for ThU problem will be discussed at next Wednesday's meeting of Business with commerce department It also appeared that financing of is a major part of the new second recovery gram now taking Unlike the first which flattened out against the business that became manifest last the new to present docs not Involve the heavy expenditure of public but rather Is designed to private The highlights of the business aid program 1. Creation of permanent facilities tor financing 2. Revision ot the United profits find the capital gains and which business aie burdensome and bar lie M to ro- 3 of S. housing A third operation on Queen of ed alarm over her ing physicians at a Copenhagen pital are said to consider the tion of their 58-year-old patient Assert Anyone Failing to Obey Sentry Can be Consuls Make Representations to Jap Consul DEMAND FOR CODE BOOK NOW EFFECTIVE Apology Offered teous Gesture Not Implying Sentry Acted No Apology to FIRE ALARM Wilfred Schwartzkopf is Injured in Fall While Turning in Ity to facilitate slum and of the loan policies of the federal housing to stimulate Those appealed to be lata objectives of the new But new behove that other steps me necessary to attain a stable form Of Among the suggestions advanced by administration in weeks were tion for strict control over monopolies and elimination of certain foims of holding notably In the utility and banking Both tax rev the new ing nie now in the The small business ing plan Is in the formative WOMAN ASKS FELL INTO POST HOLE L. filed suit In the court here Friday against the City ot Granite Bell Telephone Company ami the Light Power Com She asks damages foi Injuries allegedly suffered on June 13, 1937 through n fall Into n hole on Twentieth The holu had been left unguarded tor Mrs Leisure The city was made a defendant be- cause of control over public property The according to the was three feet deep and six Inches In Leisure claims her leCt leg was and that she also Internal ADMINISTER ESTATE OF MAN KILLED ON ROAD The popping of cans and jars ot and other grocery stock making a noise resembling a of July sounded an alarm Friday morning at clock for a fire at the store of H. C. 300 North Main this resulting in a loss of mately Fire Chief Dennis Hentz said he believed the fire had burned for only a few minutes before the heat became sufficient to cause the bursting of the A ventilator in tho roof let air probably saving the front dows from blowing the lire chief h nursing two badly skinned hands as a result of his activities In helping ex- the After being ened he hurriedly dressed and then started to run to the office of Western Illinois Oil Company to call the lire lie slipped on some snow and fell headlong on some skinning his He lives at the rear of the When firemen arrived a hole had but nod near the center of tho Firemen weie unable to find thing nearby which might have started the A dense cloud of smoke was rolling tiom the The flames were extinguished out much trouble with one line of Chief Hentz stated that loss to the building would amount to a similar amount being mated us the loss to Besides loss of stock the store fixtures were An additional damage was done at the furnace agency next The building is owned by Mr. Officer John Huse matie an tion at store at con- his rounds and then went to the police He Officer Monk were the first to be attracted by the bursting of cans half a block away and the About the same time B. II Weber and of the Sell kopf family were awakened and ed In answered a call to the home of Mrs. Julius 419 Plum street late Thursday An overheated gas heater caused the No damage was Jan. A Japanese ar- my spokesman said today that the sentry who slapped the face of United Stales Consul John M. Allison at king was doing his The spokesman added who fails to obey orders of sentries can be As the spokesman made his ment the United States and British consuls general here made separate representations to the Japanese con- sul asserting that their were unable to recognize the right of Japanese to censor cial The Japanese embassy had ed that effective today Japanese sors would demand copies of code books of all commercial less of and a consular that messages were bona fide This was necessary to prevent leakage of military the embassy the incident in which Allison and another disclosed to be Charles of N. attached to Nanking versity were the army spokesman said that an apology of- Allison was merely a courteous gesture and did not imply thot the sentry had acted No mention was made of an apology to Pressure of the worst ice jam in which swelled by 20 feet In 24 made a total loss of the graceful Falls View Bridge across the narrow gorge below Niagara The bridge is pictured above spanning a river of ice. As the jam ice enveloped the lower levels of the steel and carried the arch slowly down PROPOSALS CALLED Route U. S. 40 Sector in Bond County First Near Here to Be There were some discrepancies In the reports given by representatives oC Allison and by a gendarme and policeman who saw the the Japanese spokesman He com- that Japanese did not doubt the version given hy the gendarme and the He said that the sentry slapped lison and Riggs in the face when they tried to enter the courtyard of a building occupied by Japanese They sought to investigate an alleged assault on two Chinese men and a Chinese the spokesman According to the the sentry spent half an hour explaining to Allison and Riggs that they would not be permitted to enter the he Allison and Riggs sought to and the try slapped MILK PRODUCERS ASK HIGHER PRICES An administration begun day in the probate court upon the estate of Charles Clifford fatally injured on the night of December 10 when struck by un automobile by Fort of The petition states that the only assets aie a claim for the death of Mr. His wife died some years ago while the family lived There aie nine six of whom are Mr. Harris walking along Route 86 near the Worden Wye when struck by the A tinctured skull caused He had spent the day helping his Fred who was buying Present Jan. federal presented Its case today to a grand jury which will be asked to Indict John Henry alias Peter for the of Charles S. Chicago Valentine ANTON TO BE BURIED SATURDAY Funeral services will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Straube Funeral Home for Anton World war veteran and WPA worker who fell dead Thursday morning on Street while at The body will remain at the funeral home until the funeral William officer of a will have Mr. was a member of Post No. 199, American He will be buried with tary honors at Woodlawn Deputy Coroner B. Weber con- ducted the Inquest Friday the jury returned a verdict that death duo to natural Mr. verina had been under care of a doctor for three taking treatment for heart Mrs. Rosalia aged mother of Mr. who is an will be to attend to attend the St. Jan. producers supplying dailies in the St. Louis area testified at an agricultural department hearing on a proposed new milk keting code at the Chase Hotel day they should receive a higher mini- mum dairies because of in- creased costs of production since en- of the 1936 health which now governs the supply of Purposes of the hearing are of minimum prices dairies may pay revision of the order now in effect and extension of its provisions to some Louis which were removed from the order by Between 50 and 100 attended the opening session Evidence was presented by that tion costs have risen from 35 to 70 cents per 100 pounds since the present order went into The hearing probably will continue through today and It Is being conducted by four tives of the agricultural with E. O. Mather of the solicitor's office The others arc Paul principal agricultural mist for the dairy section of the Robert marketing specialist for the dairy and Howard of the division Announcement has been made by the Illinois division of highways that bids will be received at Springfield on February 8 for a bridge and grading section in connection with tion of U. S. 40 in Bond The announcement states that grading er a distance of five miles which cubic yards of dirt will be moved will be required of the con- Two large bridges are also Plans are being made to complete the heavy grading work early this making it possible to ask for the paving jobs to be started next fall and probably completed during 1939. Completion of the road will depend upon made in obtaining all of the land In Madison County it is planned to relocate the road to the north of Highland and St. Jacob and along the southern limits ot At the East St. Louis office of the division Friday it was stated that bids on the son County bridge section will be en as soon as county authorities report that 90 per cent of the land rights have been County Superintendent Highways Harry Kluge said Friday that 90 per cent of the new way has been deeded or He said that all but two of the necessary tracts have been It is be- a settlement will be reached in but a condemnation suit may be necessary in the The right of way committee has concentrated on the members doing some on tracts to the A representative of Division Engi ner Wilson's office said Friday that n fund of has been set aside for the construction of two bridges anc heavy grading at U. S. 40 is patt of a federal highway and Con- gress provided funds for the FLASHES Leased Wire Bulletins on Latest World News Snow In Ft. Fla. Ft. Jan. melted from tropical foliage along Ft. Myers streets today after the first snowstorm in the city's The snowflakes drifted down on avenues lined with and leanders for a brief melting as they touched the Bandits Get Jan. bandit who entered a chain store last night took time to be fitted with a pair of black Oxfords before robbing Joseph of Two Confess East St. 111., Jan. chief special agent for th Illinois Central today two men had confessed robbing the Seminole Limited of thousands o dollars In mail In three recent raid on mail The men were Juliu 45, sentenced in 1930 to years in federal prison for violation o Dyer Act and Joseph 19, botl of East St. Agree On Tentative Jan. tentative plan to aid China against Japan and to United Stales cooperation was on tonight by am Russian delegates to the meeting o the council of the League of Nations Defer Drafting Jan. Mine Workers of America today unan deferred until their 1940 con to draft Presi dent Roosevelt for a third Cruisers Muy Jan. 28 Three Unite Stales cruisers which are at Sydney e route to Singapore to attend the open ing ot the great British ma remain in that vicinity indefinitely reliable source indicated here BRAINS OF THE OUTFIT N. Jan. H Harnett County convicted of a mule while under influence of today was given a 30-day ed sentence by Judge Duncan State Patrolman J. F. Bradshaw testified in court that the mule was leading him along the in a the mule was ths brains of the Bradshaw told the Executed Only Woman to Be Electrocuted in 111., Jan. Marie 37, widowed mother of four was executed in the chair at the Southern Illinois Penitentiary today for the murder of ier Her youthful An- 22, the actual preceded She was the first woman ever in Illinois and only once be- fore has a murderess paid with 1S45 a woman as hanged at for killing her showed no She played with matrons until she was moved to a death cell at 9 p. m. last She walked steadily to the unassisted by the guards at her She repeated a buef read bj a Roman Catholic then stepped before the facing more than 100 all she wish to thank the the guards and lovely matrons who have stayed with me. hold no malice toward May God have mercy on my She was executed without further Giancola had died without a preliminary He had a The executions took place immediately after Mrs. Giancola and younger 20, were con at 111., for the of her William July 3, on the eve of his mar riage to Miss Irene minor participant In the is serv Ing 99 years in The Giancola bt others were to hav received ot the Mrs. For ler hoped to obtain from insurance on The policies her as She feared he would change the policies after mar rlage and so had him shot to death All the principals were residents o St. She wore a black silk dress for the electric It was similar to a jumper and designed so that her leg could be bared for the TWELVE ARE GRANTED BENCH PAROLES HERE Twelve defendants in crimina cases in the circuit court here wer granted bench paroles Friday by Judg D. H. Mudge upon recommendation of State's Attorney Lester defendants were first Eight Granite City youths held o burglary and charges were amon those given paroles for one year They Stanley Ome Robert Sidne Lynn Martin The Edward Homola and Cliffor Three young men from North Ven ice were given paroles on charges o malicious They were Ernes Noble Hall and Kennet Glen Robert Zimmermann held on charges of larcen of a motor vehicle also was paroled Steel Skeleton Lies in 100-Foot Ice Jam Sent It Niagara N. Jan. steel skeleton lay in the ara gorge that remained f historic Falls View known s to brida throughout the The towering which for 40 ears had linked the United States and Canada about feet below the Niagara river's twin collapsed the forces of an ice jam as man ought to save it. A wall of ice almost 100 feet high ent it crashing 160 feet into the gorge a few minutes after emergency crews had worked nearly 36 hours t the pressure against climb d to the safety of the river With a deafening roar that drown d out the perpetual sounds of th American and Canadian the 840 oot arch crumbled into a mass of ton girders which had formed its spider veb As It it chipped off small pieces of ice and sent then lying into the air so for a they resembled falling snow The called Falls View be cause honeymooners and other visit could see both the American and Canadian falls fiom braced yesterday with huge timbers nit they furnished only temporary More girders engineers for the International Rail bridge an that the damage was beyon The who had been in dan of slipping from the Ice into th climbed to the Minute the span broke away from the approaches on the and Canadian and tumbled be With the removal of its greatest ob the ice starting moving down the carrying pieces o the steel Engineers believed that the ice would tear the wreckage Into pieces as it is moved down the river in the ice but should the mass of steel remain intact it might leave sharp ends projecting to damage river side property between here and Lake Ontario into which the river There also was a bility that it might aid in forming a serious ice jam down ing the two bridges below the one that went for the this danger was said to be lalls for an Long-Time Naval Building Program in His Message to ASKS LEGISLATION AGAINST PROFITEERING Seven-Point Program Provides Anti-Aircraft Additions and Appropriation for Increasing 30 INVESTIGATORS TO PROBE TRI-CITIES RELIEF Jan. Arthur today called upon President Roosevelt to 'the justifying facts If for biggest regular budget for arms in our Jan. 28 President Roosevelt today warned Congress that America's national defense is quate for national security and called for an long-time naval immediate start on construction of two additional and two new naval He asked additions of more than to the present billion lar defense expenditure called for in the 1939 fiscal Mr. of war alarms spreading through the world Congress turn its immediate attention to enactment of legislation designed to eliminate profiteering in any future war and to equalize dens of any possible war so far as Mr. Roosevelt's 7-point defense gram 1. Authorization of army anti-aircraft with to be spent in the next fiscal 2. to be appropriated for increasing the army enlisted reserve in the next fiscal 3. Authorization for for army dies and material equipment of which would be spent in fiscal 1939. 4. Spending of to increase army munitions 5. Authorization for a flat 20 per cent increase in naval program estimated by congressional leaders to involve an total cost of 6. Authorization and appropriation for start oE work in fiscal 1939 on two additional capital ships and two ad- Mr. Roosevelt did not estimate the 1939 cost of thU program but said it would be 7. Authorization and appropriation of for experimental naval vessels in the 1939 fiscal year The new defense program would add to the nation's 1939 military and naval plus ever might be spent in launching the proposed new and throughout the world is declared Mr. in hia message to are fighting in the Far East and in Eur- thousands of civilians are being driven from their homes and bombed from the commander-in-chief of the army and navy of the United States it is my constitutional duty to report to the that our national defense in the light of the increasing ments of other inadequate for purposes of national security and re- quires increase for that The president's message called for somewhat less in additional arms ex- than had been although the long-term cost of the program as submitted by him was estimated at more than a billion Granite Jan. 30 in- of the Illinois Emergency Relief Commission will arrive in ite City on February 1 for the purpose of making a thorough survey of the families on relief in Granite Venice and townships and eliminating all those no longer entitled to It was ed The work will be under the super- vision of J. J. county certification No Statement of Bunk Jan. State Bank Examiner Frank Adams said day he would not be able to make any statement on the affairs of the Belleville Bank and Trust closed until he had completed an examination and audit of the bank's He that he did not expect the audit to be completed until the last of next that until the audit was completed he would be unable to state what an alleged age totaled and whether the could be bank TO CONDEMN LAND FOR VENICE VIADUCT Jan. J. E. mayor of announced yesterday that condemnation proceedings to quire a strip of land for an approach to the viaduct carrying ison avenue over the railroad at Broadway will be started if tions for sale of the land are not com- by Feb. 4. The land sought is occupied by a one-story warehouse owned by A. K. Nicol and the building juts out to point which enforces traffic off It Is proposed to widen driveway to 61 Report Not Jan. official DNB agency announced today that that the Reichstag would meet Sunday had not been reports that the Reichstag would meet In connection with the sary ot Fuehrer Adolf slon to office In 1933.
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