Alton Evening Telegraph, May 29, 1940

Alton Evening Telegraph

May 29, 1940

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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 29, 1940, Alton, Illinois River Stages **. *• grMi" «*** p S3 Rite 2 Above D. 418.74 Bflow D. 401.75 Head 1699 Alton Evening Telegraph (EatablUhod January IS, 1836) 3c Per Copy ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1940 Member of The Associated Presa Weather Forecast ALTON:    Fair tonight and Thursday. Continued cool.ALLIES RETREAT FROM POCKET    .... Girl. 3, Crushed By Backing Car, Fatally Hurt Tot Pinioned Again*! Fire PIHL! bv Automobile on Rodemryrr (large Vgainst Driver Fine of $15 A-M**ed on Carries Driving Complaint Crushed by a backing automo-blJ# against a Ore plug within 25 j>#t of the front door of her home, linen Virginia Msckelden. 3-year-okl ds»ght«r of Mr, and Mrs. Ray* ™nd Mnrkelden of 1224 Rod*--meyrr avenue, suffered Internal in* Sn ai 2 45 p. m. Tuesday from «nich tar died three and a half loon later in St. Joseph's Hoe-pital. According to a police report of th, fnialitv the little girl was at ritY With two boys, aged 5. near tt. fire plug when a sedan was packet from a narrow side street bv James B Harris, SO, o< Cottage yiite ell refiner)- employe. The mw ran es they mw the cor near* ag th. point where they were at play hut Helen Virginia failed to tear their warning shouts and w as by the car against the Where Baby Was Crushed by Auto SewiI Rear Guard at Lille; on Bmi.i issue £n/arge A rms Request; RAF Claims 22 Planes Cnanimotish Pana#1* R«*mi- rn tut ion for \ ot<* on Question June 8 Thrrf Propositions Will Not Mean Iirrrite ip Tax Rate, Curtis Atwin** The Board of Education ap* prosed, by unanimous vot#, yesterday a resolution catting for a special election .Saturday, June g, on proportions few the construction of a new Junior high school building and the floating of bond Issues for $129,000 and KIO,OOO to finance the construction and also the Improvement of fire prevention facilities in Alton schools In aerardnnro with recent require- British Flyers Fight to Help Trapped Allies Dive to U ithin 500 Feet of Target*; Strafe Convoys on Highways Hospital Ships Sunk ments laid down by the State Fire ^ Marshal    I    Concrete Poet* Built Along Channel Shore* FI) R    Sees 500,00(1 Troops A i cl es 0 ll Hurry Steps to U. S. Needs Dunkirk Out of Flanders Trap WASHINGTON. May 3». UF»-PreHdent Roosevelt and    War Department officials were    reported today to be considering    a supple    J menui defense program    for arms (german* Claim Capture equipment, planet ami mechanisation which would add more than Marshal Two board member* j Middleton and J. J '•baent when the vote Or. H E - uere was held . This staff photo shows scene of mishap on R od erne ye r avenue, where Helen Virginia favor of th. Mackelden, J, was fatally pinioned against fire plug. pac. rue in Aorist stopped, on hearing th, child scream, then moved hi* cir forward. Helen Virginia's aunt Msariritta Mackelden, lf, loon*-v,lt stud. rf, who had observed the ran from the home and up the injured ted. The child ins can .sd into th** house by her anat then at request of her moth-m was taken to the hospital by Harm. Driver Take a In Casted? Patrolman Brown, sent to laves-, tigris, took Hart!* into cuatody, J md hied a careless driving com* i plaint against Harris, who pleaded j^lEW YORK, May 29 UF — An fttihy today before Police Magi** indictment charging George Scalier, t ate Cott. r and was held for pa>- former president of th, Building i *t df a $15 tin*.    > entire Employer*** International Harm was informed od the fatal Urion (A F. of Ll with larceny, cuimnw oi the accident when forgery, and embezzlement on 60 Larceny Charge Made Against George Scalise Accused of Forgery, Embezzlement in New Indictment 80 Fewer Income Returns Filed Here Last Year Than In 1938,U.S. Report Shows Bv Committee Coroner Billings and hit deputy, James (Clunk, visited him m the my jail shortly after the child's hell), H' was instructed to appear tar sn inquest to be conducted by Depui) Klunk. counts and Involving $60,087.27 was filed today in general sessions court. The indictment alleges Seattle obtain.-d money from his own uninn by fraud and lists seven men al- Harrts told a reporter os dad legedly used as 'dummy payees Iren no c* i (dr• n in the street as he in diverting fundi. One of these airted lo back his automobile was bedote Schwartz, the union’s Driver's statement    New York City representative, who “It look'd ai) clear as tar as 11 was indicted last month with Seal* said Harris. "I started tar for extortion. The extortion in-towards Rodemeyer, then metro nt charges the pair with tak- ing 407.150 from New York hotel owners and building cleaning operators Realise furnished $20,000 bail in the extortion case Friday and was te-arrested imm**distely on the new charge which resulted In today’s indictment Bail in the second esse was set st $&M>O0. Unable to furnish it, Scalise was held in the tombs. heard a scream, and slapped on the mica. I feel as faulty about this u if it had been a child of my san’ H*i rte said that before the arriero: he had <al 1*1 briefly at the Williams home on Rodemeyer •her* Mi niece who was with him I®* out to phi) her mother, Mrs. Le* Jem, »st#r of Mrs. Ham* H* bed left hurriedly, he said. ac-•■gamed in his nephew, Henry Ut Jon* i, 9 who also was wit!* hm, Louw Hamilton 17. of 1229 Rode-•eyer told a reporter ho hod ob* •wvsd th* acc ids nt from his yard IHI acm, the street. The man •ss backing his car, Helen Vir* RHS stai, ting at the fire plug, hH ss I was starting wit of our W, u, : Hamilton. ’Little Tom* abby md her brother. Junior, Just leaving tne girl and the sidewalk about ten fee t BHZTiZSi'‘Ha,fh B'U I* _iiL    \ oted to House WASHINGTON. May 39 —(Sp#-Righty fewer Alton residents filed Income tax returns last year than In 1938, the internal revenue bureau reported today. Returns flied lost year from Altern numbered JKI, the bureau reported. The year previous, 3931 Alton residents flied Income tax returns Comparison of the number of returns filed last year with the number filed in 1938 Is considered one indication of the effect of the 1838 business 'recession”, since last year's returns wert baaed on 1938 income Alton's decrease In number of Shelved Curb on Polit im Revived; Already Has OK of Senate washington. Hey 39 <jp -The House judFtar? committee today voted out the Senate-approved Hatch bill to extend to federal state employes restrictions on political activity now applied to federal employes alone The committee which once returns filed contrasted with the: shelved the legit lot ton then rereport on Madison county as a 'ersed itself ann agreed to gtvw whole, from which 6691 returns *( further consideration wss re-were filed UNM year as compared ported to have approved It by the with 8828 the year before, in all ®f 18 I® 7. Illinois, returns filed last year The Hatch legislation would •ort a numbered 499 410, as against 507,-455 In 1938. For the United States. the number of returns decreased from 6.398,541 In 1938 to 6.250,793 In 1839. Here kl the reported shift in number of returns filed, from 1938 to Hopkins Join* I MW Huff 11939. for individual Madison county WASHINGTON. May 29, tdh— towns (towns with under 1000 pop-Weily KL Hopkins, who prosecuted ulation, 1810 census were not list* the southern Illinois bombing esses ed); in 1937, has resigned as a special assistant rn the Justice Department and an June I will become assistant general counsel of the United Mine Workers of America »y lust as the car came against Hug and taught Helen Vir- Tst ( arried iota House HWftettia Mackelden, a student ’' " *• *1 school, said she wa* n the trout room of the h,4rd her sister cry out at ut,J ' toMwd up and mw her, caught against tho fire ^ Continued on page 8 State lf arm of Chmchhug Scourge SPH INOFIELD. May 29. tgh—Dr. T. H. Frison. chief of the State Natural History Sui* cay. warned Illinois farmers today that chinch bugs are likely to ba plentiful thai year In his quarterly report, Dr. Prison estimated less than two percent of the bugs died because of unfavorable weather last winter CollinaviUr, from 507 to 527. East Alton, from 94 to 176. Edwardsville, from 564 to 5*1; Glen Carbon, from 21 to IO: Granite City. from 1080 to 1139, Hartford, from 50 to 47; Highland, from 150 to 187; br leaden the so-called Hatch clean politics” ort passed last year for federal workers. It would apply to Mate workers paid in whole or in part by federal funds the art's restrictions on ''pernicious ‘ political activity. It alw) would limit the expenditures of a national campaign committee to $3.000.fsin in any campaign (In 1936 the Republican national committee dis rat rued $8,- hut both signed absentee slips In measure to make the vote unanimous Expressly stipulating that the two bond tames to be voted upon "shall be tamed ... In lieu of the bonds for school building purposes authorised at an election called and Held ... on Aug. 6, 1938". the resolution offered three propositions to be voted upon June * 18886 PtHpHKMHl The first is "to authorize the ; Board of Education ... to construct a new Junior high school bu tiding on the present senior high school site now owmed and used by saki school district for school purposes". The second is "to authorise the , Board of Education ... to issue 1 bonds of mid school district in the amount of 8225.906, to be doted Aug I. 1940 and he«*ome due $8000 on Aug I of each of the years 1945 to 1947, inclusive, grow on Aug I. 1948. >10.000 on Aug I of each of the years years IMH to 1960, inclusive, and bear interest at the rate of three percent per annum, payable Aug I, 1941. and semi-annually thereafter for the purpose of constructing a new Junior high school building on the present senior high school rite now owned and used by said school district for ar ho..! purposes". The third is “to authorise the Board of Education . « . to issue bonds of saki s. bool district bt the amount of 650060, to he doted $900,060,000 to the preparedness expenditures already projected. Following a conference, la which Machine-(sun Secretaries Mordent Kau and Wood-1 ring. Louie Johnson, aosistant weir j secretary, and Genera) George Cl Marshall, army chief of eteff. re- ••    . I viewed army needs srttb the Pres- ■* rcUrtl I blent, there were Indications Mr. ! Roosevelt would oak Congress for i tho further expansion of tho de-i fens# program within a few days The amount he may ask, It was •aid. probably will be tees than ll,000,000,600 but more than $500, of A pre*, Ostcnd to Narrow Outlet Red$ Reject Trade Envoy from Britain MOSCOW May 28 UP* — The Soviet radio announced tonight the government had informed Great Britain that the sending bere ot Sr Stafford Cripps to Moscow as a special trad* envoy was not acceptable to Russia. Premier Moiotoff the rad to said, told Britain through the .Soviet embassy in London that Russia could not accept hit Stafford or any other person on such a mission, and that if the British government really deaider t rode negotiations, It should An aer rterimrh Hie WW-Iteun Reeds, tarnish amhasmdor to Russia or anyone who might be tpidinted in his place. British Take Narvik Ma** Armies in Center After Reporting Gain* PARIS, May 29 — The Allied rear guard is fighting German 1 mnmft -    _    .    ______ ,    troops    in the    streets of    Ulle. the J".    H    "IC”    whit,    th, main the $1,182,060,060 which Mr. Roots- velt already has requested. The White House conference met ss a Congressional committee de- * ided upon procedure for speeding the $30,000,000,000 fox laid down    yesterday by    adminis- | Oration and Congrssoionai leaders northern forces retreat toward the channel coast. The spokesman pictured the street combat at UU* as a fierce delaying action to cover the with-■Hmmi«. <*r**r®l from the Flanders pocket. Frroch and British remnants of the pocketed northern forces were Chairman Houghton (Democrat.! 'a    Inr™" North    „l    tho    Moo-    way.    ***    *    P“"' afd ntoana mnttlaa. rovtainf th, ,"f“ .,.,^1,! ™!: iLtH, K*lk*r Mtimaia af (£111 MMIWt — aa While HUS NMNHHHH Set ion HAI cst tier estimate of $68^000JKK), said J" I f * 'A th# administration hoped to raise Th    hr*™** wiim. $858,000,000 for defense taxes in a fh J k'.v L Th.    -nV new tax HUI he wUJ mtrodu.e to- ,r ^    French ain. mnrrt't*    W'*X* a. ..    Caliis    —    claimed    by    the Ger- LONDON. Ma> 29 UP-The air The Srnaie finance committee ma"* ~wa*    ^ the French to- ministry announced today that the •»«-—*    ».ii-    —j    nt*** to ^ OB,v P*rt,y occurded Royal Alt Fore# attacked the GT- VM-    Pnnrsm    miorma.iv    {ntTy %0okewnmn deciare "wmri mans "continuously yesterday. last night and today ” At least 22 i enemy planes were brought down in one engagement, from v. tarh "all our aircraft returned," the announcement said. The text of the communujue “The R. A V continues to give all support in its power to the Allied armies in non tie* stern France and Belgium. "Railways, roads, bridges, and ' enemy troops were continuously | attacked yesterday, last night, and I medium and heavy Continued on page 2. American-Made Planes Excel On Battlefront French troop* were holding out there, ti mile* from England« Dover cc ast. Th * main Orman attars was i'-ported directed tower) OkMtoi mirth we** of Laie, and aouth of Dun'<e*quc. Aug I, 1840. and become due | t(Kjay ^ $2f)0n on Aug. I of each of the bombers. yams 1945 to 1948 inclusive, $3KU61      .       .    _ on Au, I al -.rh of .h, y»r. T/ IMO to 1994 Inoluriv,. .Bd Komi    *■*    lm’ Continued on page 2. AIMg I’ el L Aorndog) Head URBANA. IU , May 29. A»* Pro- Livingston, from 14 to 8; Madison j lessor John W. Albig a University Cassidy Vsks All States Altoriieys pf lo (ritard Against Subversive \cts €7 fctni*#** Hi- Staff, State Police, Criminal Investigation Department U ill Aid from 342 to 347; Nameoki. from 77 to 58; Roxana, from 31 to 44; Troy, from 42 to 38; Venice, from 81 to TI; Wood River from 542 to 504; and Worden from 34 to 12. In Macoupin county, 873 returns were filed last year as against 936 in 1938, in Greene last year 325 returns were AM, and 330 returns were flied in 1938; in Jersey the number last year was 274. and in 1938, 291; and in Calhoun last year 44 returns were flied as against 38 tat 1938. Age Assistance of Illinois faculty member since 1929, was named chairman of the department of sociology yesterday by th# board of trustees. ped cd by th#ae c Hacks. One Hdutibrr Mteatas ‘One nt our bombers has failed to return. on Aug. I cf each of the years j 1955 to 1986 inclusive, and bear Interest at the rate of three per-cen per annum, payable Auf- 1. 1941. and semi-annually thereafter for th# purpoee of repairing all of the existing school buildings now owned and used by said school district for school purposes". Three I otina District* The resolution also provided for the division of the school district into three precincts for the election. w Uh Horace Maim school the were shot down. AU oat aircraft \"am-t Nationalizing Plant* polling place for Precinct No J Roosevelt Junior High Behoot for Preeifift No. 2 and McKinley School for Precim t No 3. Pofling places will open at 13 Continued on ;*ge 2. Hulls Decline Ffcr-GiTKLD, May 28 UP -All, Alert performance oi duty by Z?*t'®r«eya in nimou were 'sU of these officisls rhouid eUmfo Jstas. y ** Attorney General st# even the pcotabI»t> of treason *■ Ctateid) to guard against aide individual# or groups obtain-wtansi^ —    in.    « foothold an>wh« :«- in Illinoit. -Wildher ’he problem of irit'-rrial en roues has been rn r«tau-d or understated we have every thing to gam and nothing to tote b> beeping a real and sensible vigilance and acting through comdituttonai processes on every aerometry occs-ston’ Permitting a room or MMM t0 he used tor subversive activities knowingly attendtag meetings w in such ends, he pointed out wsjj r uiushsble b> fine# ct from $800 to $1000 and Jeu terms of dx months to one year. *»te **    *ctlwiles    against the me I "derat go\ erwn tents "** to each of the 102 msiTl    ^•«dy    quoted the ha* •^tolhtei laws which de-®Uite    ®d vot ating over- •Mo«g "n*nu»ent b) vtoleixi, rotor,*    ration of Mate law “tot bodies in investigating ^Wmscutmg woiatums roil** 1 attorney gentil «**• ItoUee aid ■.he 'matt. i'*rtm^11* ®f criminal in-Augment local -r^nt wherever mcessary. > a inter said in part: SPRINGFIELD. May 29. -Old ag# assistance payments were metal this month to 137,776 persona to Illinois. Fletcher C Kettle, superintendent of the Division of Old Age Aw iii.Anre. announced today. This is a decrease of 213 from (ne total number of persons on the rolls for April. Total payment* for May were $2,849 448 aa increase of *15.751 over the April payments The average award was $2QJ6. sa increase of 14 roots over the previous month. The number of recipients and the total payments tm the various counties this month were: Bond. 493. $8212. Calhoun 3M, $5184: Greene 864. $13,873; Jersey, 501, $7585; Macoupin. 1444. $25,049; Madison, 2852, $57,483. Garner Wins Texas Bloc BAB    aaa    aaa Nt*w J«*mry GOF DiH€*ii**re U illki#* BB#    BBB    BB# Of 46 Convention Votes Australia Would Br Hast CANBERRA. Australis May JI (JA- The government sent Britain an offer today to take British < nu-dren into Australia to save thens from the horror* of war " By GOlMmr.l ll f. 4Mil HMIN WITH THE BRITISH AIR FORCE Jn Fiance May 29, UP* ta New Jersey yesterday, there J Low lifetag British bombers are was talk among th.- Republaan hitting hard and often to ease the delegates as to whether Wendell fierce German pressure on Allied WUIkie utilities executive, might troops fighting a wav out of Fiend-roreive some of th** Male’s support sr* in th** convention.    German    transport columns, tank* Dewey won the preferential pr - motored convoy trucks were B> THE A WWIN I ATED PRF>*% In three pulverizing smashes. Hitler * Nazi legion* today stormed Ypres- famed World War battlefield and raptured Ulle and Os ....., tend. the high command announced to tighten the steel-jawed trap Air I.#*inl#*r8 Warn ®« N*>.ooo Allied troops encircled j in Flanders. Cia the strength of these reporta it was apparent that the Allies were now retiring lo the English channel- rocking the means PARIS,    May    28. UR*- A    govern-    ot ’(“tope from the Orman "sur- ma. i _____ .    ^    _ .ment    ^mkeaman    said    today    Amen-    r*‘ntl*f •*“ die” onslaught rather Our fighters have been engaged j rtn    Hlr,,l<in„,    |ry    no*    ar;jvlng    in,than attern,.ting to break through in    offensive patiol*    over tne    pramv    * jn .msldernble    ouantities"    ,h<*    aalienf to the aouth. French coast throughout u*U>y ^ |rf %htm the)i su^nont The retreat toward the channel •Near Dunkerque this evening    ^ was confirmed »ut>sequently in a formation of Hurricanes and De-    "    ,ul>rth‘fl*    00    tb*    london, where reliable source, mid hants    engaged large    totem of I    the British Expeditionary Force enemy bomber* heavily    nnoH*-*!    *h<* »l*»ke»man said American    was fighting a    "stiff    rear-guard by fighters. *    .    bombers especially weir proving aition to cover it* withdrawal. their excellence.    I Quantities of war materials, R Often, he    said. these    have been    was said would have to be delible to    dive    within 39 yard* of the    stroyed to keep them from falling tola*    j ground    before    cutting loose    with    *n,,» German hand* that German planes’ bombed and |bomh* pulling out.    The,    retreat was described as In sank two hospital *hip*    crossing    American bombers, the spokes-;    c<m>p»e4o order,    with    the morale • he English channel, u.ih serious **wiared. are much faster than off ,.** ,rm>9* vtutte unshaken." loss of life rover ai days ago. Germany's and r*s> to maneuver.    * * *»»*l'u»«cturi ng city, G-rmarty nlM IttTu    .    A    Dart err* dup..,h Iron.' •Uy by IWtwtn'. rapUHMMK »n '/»«•    ““I    ,„rl„,    iwL    t authoritative British source    ! Magnificent American rKnuU*r*    .    .    5    r    ’    ‘ today, declaring Belgium    had    h» Chitto we have placed so muchf""'*    rrom    th t rio ti. ally n . oil stock* loft ated h* I'*’ have already entered the in- __    _    ........ her iron and steel industries bad    tonal battle of the not th They i    nt    7k..    s«.---A ■» T i«*en wrecked    |    have aghieve.1 reoounding and British f«»rc^. over the German lines. All so far I    Th# Nast high    command sold ‘At h ast 22 enemy ic craft returned ’ Military circle* reported 0*tet»d is the strategic Belgium channel port one of the main base* Continued on fiage I Continued on page 2. t tber eight Will br chosen as tilers* delegates by Illinois Republicans on June 7. By D. HANOLD OLIVER WASHINGTON May 39 im — Texas' big block of 48 votes put Vke Pf* indent Garner in second place today fro pledged d-legates to the Democratic national convention President Roosevelt, however, has the public support of mort than a majority of th** delegate* and there was speculation here that if he should announce his taUimgness *.o tun, no other name might be presented to the convention. Texas RepuMi< alw .vowever, ve-l«* ted aa uninstructed delegation with 3b votes in the national convention rh* action raised the RepublicM delegate total to BJI, only IO short m the eonvettlioti roster of Kilo It ako increased to 62b lite n unbar of uninstructed delegates whose    __ Frostndential ehoir**s, if known to- Democrat, Florida, became the fifth wagons into the road day, probably would detetimae the -Senator to be renominated this I lMtt nii£h,    tlAd    weathr! nominee,    spring ID won a run-off primary uh, flyer* rrrortod btasHng rah- Two cd the remaining tan Repub. t yeTOcrda> over Jerry W. Cartel    behind    the    (Jentum    line*    and    ,he w*> to Irelar.d to lk«n delegates were tieing picked in j Townsend-eitOorsrd pension camb j  .. shipload    of    Americans Arkansas' third district today. The date    |    Continued    on    page    2-    I    British    Isle*. .‘I I. S. \\ arshins Strain to Lisbon To Protect 'Amarinta Interests* Na\y Sn rotary Stressrw Tilt*) Won’t IL I -#*d ai Con-VDva for A ctoflii Rt M uinj: Refugee* in Ireland WASHINGTON. May 29 UF — j The Wariungton was direct d by Ibiee Bnited .States Warships w. re    th*- Stale Department last night ii eti route today to Lisbon fhmugai,    sail tomorrow to bring .Vt *r«cam v* her** th** navy said they woe id    heme from Bordeaux, France ane joiii the Attar.tic squadron 'for the    Lisbon, a - well as from Genes, protect ion of American tnt* rest* I    ii»J> brr regular port of call. The !    abrood.    v*~ mw I arrived us New York yes- Secretary Edison explanted that    L-rda> the d> tachment would not cunvo) 1 Thioe hundred one American* others    demurrW    and’    said    that    lOjArmans    tried    to fight tack    I «®y m#^®"1 'esrols His .u»e- j    ar* waiting at Bo*d.*«ux and Hi or |2    Astrict    d»*legal*-    leaned    to- Wl,h    machine-guni    and rd!***    J mmt apparent!> wa* ii* .died lo    ar*- At Ltat-u the Slate Depart- ward Wilikie.    1,1    on*    l,}w-flying attack a mar) in New Jersey last week, but Wilikte, whose name was not on th** ballot, re * iv«*d some write-in rote* At yesterday's me**Ung tom* delegate* recalled that the. party'* rial** committee tat! Feb-. ,akcd with a withering fire mary moi* or less bound the dele- > unceasing raids yesterday, gaiter to the primary winner, bul    ,h*l    in    some attacked rej«*atedl> today with Oonitw and machine-gun fire by planes which plunged as low as 500 feet over their target* Infantry columns also were ut voy of 36 lorries was attacked and forestall any exmjecture that the) ment said. About 18U6 Okmgg are might a- compart) the liner* Br. *.- at tierwra and Napfoa. Senator Charles O, Andrews. I mr,n were , lof.ui„ , ... tam Roosevelt or Washington a ton    The wanAdps which toft yester- 1 1 “ “    ! toey    bring    back    American i> tug*-e»    rtiv for Lisbon were the Vincennes, from    the    war    zone    a lf bMun cTuiarr; the Truxtun Hi*    -, c ; a rot    and the tampa*m. |>ost-World War I* k Up .»    destroyers. Now na ted at Usbon from Uh    are the Cruiser Trenton and the destroyers Herbert end Dtdtiaaon. The Brfsident ;