Alton Evening Telegraph, August 7, 1947

Alton Evening Telegraph

August 07, 1947

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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 7, 1947, Alton, Illinois River Stages W. Bureau 7 a. na i Baa usvsi I a rn. Zero 7M.it m a ) Lock * Dam M Stage 3.1 FL Pool 418,8i) Fall .4 Ft    I Tail water 398.58 Alton Evening Telegraph Established January 15, 1836. Vol. CXH, No. 175 ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1947 Member of The Associated Pre**. 5c Per Copy. Weather Forecast Showers Likely, Cooler Friday Veteran Killed. Some Relief From Intense $34,000 Drop One Injured as Hoot Forecast for Friday jn Quadrennial Car Turns Over    Reassessment Ray E. Autery* Jr. of East Alton F atally Hurt Near Wanda Kohle Requests Cooperation in Clearing Weeds Severe heat and drought which have been tearing and parching lawn# and cauting concern to flow-e1" and vegetable garden fan* might be expected to afford tome com- Some relief from the extended hot spell was forecast today, ex-; pact ad Friday, but already the Alton area has experienced a at ring of successive daily temperature readings which surpasses any *um-mer since 1936. Wednesday, for the fifth day in a row, the mercury climbed beyond the IOO mark, to 102, to tie Tuesday's record reading for the I year. Readings Saturday, Sunday, Gorman's Report Show- a Total of $11,200,185 In Township Brewster’s Testimony4Pack Of Lies\ Hughes Declares Roy E.    and Monday were ICI dB,.y and Mrs. Ray E Amery    i    growth oJ wee<|t_bUt as far as can ; Hottest siring previously was In Goulding. East Alton, died at 9:(» L nf|t^    growth    shout    the    the ®ummct of 1936, when ther- | ^ |hp appralsal completed Tues- p rn.    Wednesday, of    injuries »uf- I community    has been little affected    mometers read more than MXI foi    .... p- *    ,    ,    .w-    ________iu.i    is Amvu in » mu Hiirinv Ju v five    day by Assessor    Gorman. Decrease of only $54,000 is shown in the quadrennial reassessment of real estate In Alton township un- fered six hours before when the car in which he was riding overturned and crashed Into a ditch by the Poag road, near Wanda. Autery died at Memorial Hospital. Injured seriously, and still In the hospital, was his companion In the car. William Luther Martin, 32. of On returning the realty books to The heat'seemingly has been Just    14 days    In    a row during July five    day    by    Assessor    Gorman what the weeds ordered, and the    , days in    a    row at another period wet June so accelerated root! during    the    same    County    Treasurer    Ambrosia, sup- th.* Hrnttffhf leaves weeds    17 days    in    succession in August of ff ted    t that year. In all, there were 40 days erviaor of assessments. Assessor  _..    ; during the 1938 summer thst the Gorman announced the total as eity Sanitation Officer Kohle , tfmpe*ature was In excess of IOO “chuck hole” in poag road, causing It to overturn. tumbling ——•■»    I    Into    a    ditch,    and and crushing the two occupants of the car. Autery and Marlin were employed bv Harry Meyer, Wood ‘ were re said that for a month ' e ha* been carrying on the annual health department campaign to induce property owners to cut week-grown lots, and has been having surpris-Alton.    | Ingly good response, He has been The Autery anding sn average of four to six family was in- j notire* n day to property owners formed thst the ajler receiving complaints as to car had hit a ; w#adg on their premises. But despite the cutting thus promoted, he admits, weeds made such a lush start in the spring that a mere campaign of notices cannot bring about more than fractional results. The dry weather up to now has diminished both mosquitoes and j flies, but should rains come, Kohle suggest*, weeds will become more degrees. The weather forecast today was for partly cloudy skies, and not so warm temperatures this afternoon and tonight with likelihood of OC segment on real estate as $11,200,-185 This compares with hts total of $11,254,250 for the 1946 year, Gorman still Is st work on the personal property assessment but Promotions in Army Put on Merit Basis Britain s Spiv Astonished by Attlee's Blast 4 Killed    When Plane Plunges Down    Chimney of Plant Old Seniority System Scrapped by New Law EVERETT, Mass., Aug 7. </P>- | Thomas Mandela 46, an official of | the Carrier-Mandell Air Conditioning Corp. plunged to a fiery death w ith two daughters and the pilot; of a chartered plane when it shot ; down into a gas-fume chimney of I the Beacon oil plant early today Senator Admits Being Friendly With Official of Rival Airline WASHINGTON. Aug 7 CAPI The army’s archaic system of promotion j by seniority went out the window today With President Truman’s j ann lomgm wnn unknown <>■ w - personal properly «l—e—m®ru oui signing of legislation setting up a caalonal thundershowers. Friday. ■ «,Xp©ct* t© have it completed within j permanent promotlon-by-merit prolate weather should be generally a {r.w days.    gram for the army and the navy fair and somewhat cooler, with the jn miking their assessment# for j one of the lengthiest and most-highest temperature today expect-j ly47 township assessors agreed to; complicated measures enacted by set their appraisals on a 20 percent tbe goth Congress at Its fi"*t ses-basis of full market value. The sjon> the legislation h the out- By ER CREAGH LONDON Aug 7. (Ah - Polk* said the motor ~f *hc sma.i Solon Denies Offer to Drop ii i if i n 4 vt  I I "Who, - the big vent and "dropped In like a dead pigeon.’ The party was returning from Montreal after visiting another -mal) decrease In the Alton realty assessment, Gorman explains, has been attained despite the 20 per ron, growth of months of study by com* mi t tees. In addition to setting up a new River contractor, and were r**j0( a m©nar© in that they will shel modeling an old *"rmhou*lon ,©r and develop breeding places for Pong roa^ near Wanda^ r    G*n©ral    cooperation    bv worker* had driven to Wood River    »    ow|m    particularly    in of yen, Wha I. IU* *- ed to be about 95 degrees, the lowest Friday morning about 72, and ; the highest Friday afternoon about . 90. Lowest temperature this morning j ^ ^ ................ _    _      ^    ^    _____ ^ was an 80, recorded about 5.30.    valuation    agreement. becau*e i    promotion system for the army and Heat Breaks at C hirago    of mercies by improvement* to tightening the navy's existing ad ar THI. associated eat as property in the postwar upsurge of \,-,nr©m©nr system, the bill cuts Thundershowers and cooling building.    (town on the number of hlgh-rank- bree*»s cut further into the mid-    Thousands    of Adjustment*    mg officers in both services and west’s worst heat wave of the year    ,    .    n_ hU    abolishes In peacetime the wartime today after <Mthe from th, Cur    adJMlm«u mad# an W. ^ of flyMUr „((ictr How,v,r days of loo-degiee temperature* book* J his year, said Gorman, nu J ^ ^— —t    t    »h«    r»nic    of    the us’ Around the grevhound tracks. In the more furtive West End clubs, ,„VII„VW    . on the bomb-pocked street corners daughter of Mandela of tho Ji.rawlln* Bool End, tho    w.u«ro4 bodtn war, found ,'S    ajtonl.hn.ent    ^    ^    o( ^ f)u „a>’       ,    Ami»r    N00** wm* identified immediately mSUTTlat ovary able-bodlrd rnttn j Portion, of the craft-ddentlfled by take a hand In the nation « produc- mthor tl-, a, a Hon drive, had declared war on the stuck in the 25-foot high, I Moot whole do-nothing, good-for-nothing ; v ide chimney. The wings were Probo IC TWA Woald Merge with Fan-Am “spiv” fraternity, In his crisis appeal yesterday Attlee promised action against “these spivs and drones” who “contrive to make money in all kinds of dubious ways”—except working for it. What la a spiv? You’d know him if you met him, He’* a young fellow, often In hi* WASHINGTON, Aug 7 tfr — Howard Hughes hurled the lie at Senator Owen Brewster today, iud in a turbulent session before a Senate committee got the Maine senator to acknowledge visits to a residence maintained here by Pan American Airways, , Brewster, on his part, steadfastly) eared as the ship hit the vent. , ,y maintained that, there U no Witnesses reported that th# crash j truth in Hughes charges t hat was followed by a series of blasts Brewster once offered a “deal to apparently caused bs exploding gasoline in the plane, Firemen extinguished the flames quickly. cident occurred Autery's father was called from his work at 3:30 p. rn., with notice of the accident. Martin resides at the home of his sister, Mrs. Sally Fox, 1908 airable, he suggest*.. City ordl^nces make it a duty of “owners, renters, occupants,” or their agents or employe* to keep weeds cut after th# weeds attain a height of 12 inches. A penalty of books this year, said Gorman, nu rn- dOM not gfftct the rank of the teens. His expensive. Wack-market had risen to at least 69,    ber thou-and*. Adjust men s wmc ( M    o(flcfr* now holding five star suit ha* padded shoulders and s The heat wave is definitely made both up and down In COMM ^ broken at Chicago and all points j °r th# reappraisal* antt    Affecting    directly or indirectly north and west and is being brok- nu n, u behoved to have'    thp fUtUi 0l an estimated 175,000 en eastward,” the weather bureau ; far more _«J*rk tho. a;> J»    officer* rn both services, the legis- said after a shower at Chicago , as*e*amtnt in tne citys history- ■    -    *    •    ——-    **-■ wasp waist. His hair shine* gieasilj and his eyes roam constantly — looking for somebody who wants to buy some clothing coupons, some hijacked whisky, a cation of smug- H, h.. b«n    o.    SIO to $100^1, PtovM.d. Alton about eight years, and en-j tered military service* from here in World W’ar II His parent* Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Martin of Springerton, Hi. w-ere called and arrived in Alton last night. Martin suffered a broken Jaw and bead injuries. Ray E. Autery jr. wa- born Jan ll, 1927, in Eau Alton. He attended grade school in East Alton, and wa* graduated from East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Autery ** wnn »H«- j»>in/    — - —-    .    -    _ -_ Form    to    Mkt. IM®, of.«    d.y .« hr    mw.    Brm    <Jujck.n hovtng    -rnrd with the ground I    btljh. jt.ornry tor th#    outhortty. forces on    Leyte, in the Philippine    announced    today Airport Board Will (Complete Sale of Bonds * aam    *--la* ion is tntenoeo IO encourma*    n. inn« • «erond-hand cai early today tumbled the mercury Just a- an md oator oI    ^Letler-qualined    men    and    to    weed    ^freitteed to run as far aa the from 81 to 72 within a few minutes I mendou* amount of book wor*]o through a process of elimlna- “ xt corn„ Elsewhere though, the fomaM-, done. »" ad^*lon *°    [931    t.on those unfit for command    Any    kind’of easy money is the er said. continued high tempera- appraisals, was the listing of 19U    ^    sf.verai    years    for    the    ipjv»    business, with two big quantum could be expected today, pat- change* of ownership in real estate,    program    to    get    into    full    fications:    he absolutely refuses to ticularly from southeastern Mich- most of ihe-e changes, due to mitre    *    u    of    ,hc    work    for it and he won’t let ans ■ -    t    ian*fer-,    requiring the re-writing ope int urn. for some Paru o^ me    ^ kept of „ of descriptions in the books.    PT    10^1    thnueh    moat are ef- Of the 1.208,000 men “missins” All appraisal figures of the local i HI    MW ^hou^    from    th# icmifiry of Labor's reg- assessors, under the new Illinoisi fectlvly lmmedlaUty. ^      ^    „,Pr    Qf the gainfully-employed, Left and Right Assail Attlee s Crisis Program By GLENN WIL! JA MB LONDON, Aug. 7, '4h Conservatives and left-wing Laborites found themselves in the xame camp today in opposition to Prime Minls- immumty High Clvte Memorial Air^rt Authority A mgn    ...    . . ..    .    .    .    1h# . .    .    . ,    dischatved    will complete the sale ct $250.0**, yesterday gave Chicago lls hottest ^“...v^wlthh, Army Air to hortu rrtdgy or pout,bt, Mon- ,hr,..rt.y Lrto®    July. 1911. from service wnn me *rmj      ousrken-    n.    nt    <*• thr** dsvt. th« mer- mines snov igan southward through Indiana. aero** southern Illinois and throughout the southern plain states. At Joliet, about 40 miles south of Chicago, a brief but heavy down- winds wliirh blew^dcwn many trees ^n'muTt'^^ln^ied by a figure officers determining the qualifies- m wartime and any credentials he import- and increases * ,1 the citv fc Dower serv- I    ,    u/,    ,u« tsn. lions of applicants for advance- carne* are phony.    lion    fot    export. .ce Some house* and automobile*    Revenge    department    This    ment Failure to meet the ad- In J1* ^To ^Ja/°Mtim Th*‘    w*r* were damaged by the falling tree*    ,f    -    !aat ye*r 5*4. I* set by van cement qualifications twice in uh,    Broadway    th*. A high reading of 101    4till#    t0    «©qUaJiae“    the    county    succession, authors of the> hill *    of    pjir-g    duct    ion    rn Britain* armed^ up to whit it After    rtron    mn oiitccr    nnrf#r    th# r\m\4 man would l#av« a-e—or*, under the new Illinois festively immediately.    mer of the gainfully-employed, j”*"' *V"tVavert tax-H- e-ment !aw- ate *ub,ert to | The new p an provides to. pro- probaWy one-fourth are full-blown t#r A , * »    - hv the county sunerviaoff of1'lotion of officer* by selection in ,pjvfc mpre accurate count Is economic disaster in G.eat Britain. . nton,    ii    Si    R^U-    I    the    lower    rank*,    with    board*    of    ThTsplv    dodged the draft calling mainly for sharp cut* in a-seasments ana a    .    IsotcrminiAo the aualtflca-i .n u>rtime and an* credentials he import- and increases in produc-; Islands, and was with the Twentl efh Air Force, the B-29 group, on Guam. He embarked for the Pn* rifle theater. Sept 7. 1945 He is sutvived by hi* patent-; a *i*ter, Doris Jean at the home address: his paternal grandma he,, Mrs. El*ia Ferguson of Wolf Point. Mont Funeral arrangements are in Quackenbush said that only minor dr tails of th# transaction might delay payment of the money to the authority hv Municipal Bond Corp of Alton, through lls Cho ago office. The Alton bonding firm wa-Inw bidder on the bond issue last May 15. when it entered bid of two percent interest with a pre mium of $1988 50 which made On each of the three day*, the mercury climbed to IOO or more. Yuma, Am., report’d the nation’s highest temperatures yesterday. 113 degree* Other point* reporting lot’ bf more included Ad* anre. Mo, l‘>6. St. ! AU it, Mo.. Effingham. UL. 104; and Pellet!on. Mich 103, trill automatically drop an officer mines should be a IOO percent val- from the service. "JJE" * ,    -S-    H^rotofor.    lh,    .my    hgi    promot- B^UngTgL OI J » potroot Kl it. oilier, logily through « WH th, ohje- wntortty v.trn-J    » five of the local assessors to have ' uaily being contingent upon HU the state sei multiplier work out length of service rather than hu at approximately 5. the #ame a* : qualifications The WjrjBW* last year.    I lowed a system of selection, with i modifications, for year* In its report *fc —beef, eggs and chee*#. runs-*-a*    |    niluni    HI    —- complete pending word aa to whet h- birt 0f j g percent, low for the ar the maternal grandmother will    compan»es    submitting    propo- be present. The body is at Srteep- j ^ er funeral home.    Legality    of    the    step*    taken    to    or- The body may be seen after 5 p m. Friday, at the Wood River home of the Sleeper firm, Heat Takes ll More Lives in St. Louis Area ganlze the airport authority and J to tell the bond* was tested in a quo warranto suit heard in Circuit i Court The airport authority * organisation wa, approved by the ; court, and subsequently by Chap* I man A Cutler, bond attorn!#*, of I Chi' ago. The bonds are classified as air-pert acquisition and construction general bonds and will niatuie without option of prior payment, $16,000 on Jan. I. 1*60. to 1954, I inclusive, and $17,000 on Jan. I. 11955, to 1964, inclusive. The bond* .are dated June I, 1947. Federal 3 Killed When Chanute Field Planes Collide •a New Dwelling* Gorman found in hi* assessment. 68 new dwellings and 23 new bu-i-nesa and industrial building* to he added to hi* book*. A- wa* iho case in the last two previous years, the northwesterly section of I the city saw the bulk of homebuilding He listed 64 houses for that section as compared to IO in the middle section of the city and 12 in t'pper Alton He allo ’listed MX "covered basements” that are being temporarily used as dwellings and which later are scheduled to be built up into irg-ulation-type houses. Three covered basement* are in Vpper Alton. on the bill, the House armed lervlees committee said it will bring more rapidly to the top youthful officers with \ roved ability. Parking Meters To Be Installed In Jersevvi Ile heel and the new type of Paris    ..    . black marketer known aa the under ^SWWplan would e “bcf”    who    gets    his    nickname    from    more than I X) sin men under the    first    letter*    of    the    goods    he    arms by next spring — far more deals la: boeuf oeufs and fromage than the reduced number they have been advocating ever since they attacked Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevfh s foreign policy hut November The conservative opposition blasted the Attle* program on the ground that it w»as “too little, too late.” Several London newspapers predicted the Conservatives would (vote against th# government tonight on the adjournment motion under which the crisis debate wa* Eisler Claims Reds A re Sot Rim by Moscow WASHINGTON. Aug. 7.    'A*>— TI.* govern, ent readied documentary evidence” today in a move CHANUTE FIELD 111.. Aug. 7. (JU-Three member* of the crew of an army B25 were killed #*t night w hen their plane collided______ with an AT* type trainer three one in lh(. micklt«> section, and two miles east of here    in the northwest section of the Army authorities *aid the pilot c|ty Go^nan further listed eight of the AT6 parachuted ground, but was too d' I shocked to give detail* The B^-> i    adding    68    new    houses    to burst int., flames afUl the collt- ST. LOUIS, Aug 7 (A*» — Eleven additional deaths In the St. Louis area were attributed to heat exhaustion today, bringing to 22 the toil since the current heat wave began.    • At least 12 other person* were overcome yesterday when the mercury soared to 102 degree*, the hottest Aug. 6 here in more than IOO years covered by available record*. The thermometer reached a high of im degrees at nearby !.r.mbert-St Louis municipal airport.    I    —      -    I    lf*I KB    BIRI Filling/-.- ......*---- It    wa*    the    fif'h    consecutive    day    ©(--employe picnic at Rock Spring    indiscriminately at the party The the temperature    had    topped    IOO    in    p*rk Wednesday drew large crowds    ,,u rij, wa* enjoyed by ail who at- the city    i    of spectators end pertictp       w - the numerous games end contests GAAC . toward non - sectarianism that formed the largest part of the and non - p>a^.seni*m was well ogram.    founded. Future picnics are ex- Whlle afternoon crowds were re-    peeled to be attended h> even larg- strioted by the hot weather, Islet    .*r numbers of Alton residents when la the evening many Aeonian*    the word of the success is spread turned out for the Municipal Band    by word of mouth throughout th# concert, between 6 p. rn. and ? community. p. rn . and the dance from 8.30 un- j Omar Creech, 2102 Amelia, won JERSEYVILLE The City Council at a meeting Tuesday afternoon approved a resolution authorizing the mayor, city clerk and city attorney to enter into 8 contract on the part of the City o* Jerseyville i **in ww i .rltN Gorman runner n*ien «ignt with the Duncan Hater Co. ofChi-    --    -..... -    ■ chuted to the) ; temporarily converted to capo for the installation of 300 or information in applying for a pm* too dazed and *    *    rtwf    lnrBS    more    parking    meter*    on a trial port to return to Germany, deme -•-it, Tka R'A    HANI**    for the HfXt months i n* nmi imi&lv that h# Aver hid OML kind to ne installed, the Miller meter. :* not automatic and is reported adequate for all weather conditions. The meters ate limed to petrol* burst into names »nei iv-    ^    Jhnnt;    i;,>tnipn    har,    occasion mw u»v-,j _____ — -    ‘inn    B«tb planes were ms I m rtelete ll otter- tom down in fundi for the airport total $256,300. about 2000 feet on proficiency    )||bt    ytHr    Xhr#© ,t,ve»sngs while the state will provide $16. - night fly mg l    ^    were    demolished    on    Ka.-*    Broad-    t    n,.      -    ,----  malls    autonomous    H OOO. Fund* will he used for grad- The army withheld th#^name* o    noted    and    ^    ln    Ea4t    k    from 12 minutes to two ^ > «ut( «i n i - H mg draining, and paving and to those killed pending notification of J    .    J^    h(. moton#t deairlnf to use ber    “ g ^    .next    of kin    VJZZZL. nn ,h. h«oks of the a meter for 12 minute, may insert could not transfer au (panics Contests Dancing^ Music Mark GAAC Picnic Th. IM onnuol G"“" *‘';n SJ,Kr«nTh!lo"'Bln* ^ Association of Commerce ttapl y p©rk« and employers ming .-d liscriminately at the [arty The para wsenesmnf »*»*• *-»*»------—    pn sue enjoyed by nil who at- ; of spectators and participants in ?»naed and proved the policy of the j*. . I mss.    ain#4    Min!Pttk r* a    a r*    rah    . App. ai it.-* on the books of tit# township for the first time are ) lour quonset-hut structures of steel, all being used for business purposes, mainly as storage ware-houses. The 23 new buxine** and indu*-!:ta) building assessments include partial assessments on new structures of Russell-MUIer Milling Co. a meter for 12 minutes may insert one penny to pay for parking. Should he w ant to stay longer, bima v insert two pennies, to put-chase an additional 12 minutes Should he want to stay one hour, tfe insert* a nickel in the slot. Two hour* parking will cost him two nickels The meters were priced to the at $75 each plus five dollars mony of Gerhart Eisler that iiidi vidua! Comm uniat parties are not directed by the Russian Comintern Refnic the alleged No I Communa in this country return* to the witness stand in federal district court William Hitz. a,->i-tant U. S. district attorney, said he planned a new line of questioning •‘on the subject of the makeup of the Communist party.    sacrifice” of personal liberty and Eisler, accused of withholding J SparUn hardship. derred Meanwhile, almost unnoticed in previously that he ever had opec- the preoccuimtum w^ith ated in th.* country a* an agent | ic crisis, the House of Lo.d. quietly for the Comintern    ^ree key measure* of the He testified that each country Socialist government * program -ha* a Communist party that is vlr- nationalization of inland transport, malls autonomous. He said & mem- the agric uh ural bill and the town one country and country planning measure, could not transfer automatically to Royal assent wa* given at once the party of another country.    and all three became law._ EDITOR’S NOTE — Daniel De mn na i Polio Cases Down prow‘r This Y ear Sharply UU- WI Jkl".    cit* Bl f la rom F*" - - - -    —------ “ —. and Owens-Illinois Glass Coalso    for installing and freight. The con-    Duce. veteran    Af    roving corr# u*-e**m< in* on a garment fac tory, j tract provides for the payment of ^j^ndent, ha* gone Into southern locker plant, and some «mal) freight and installation chaiS* °«j Yugoslavia to - g how thing* 'ooh [ manuf av t uories. In number, the $5.00 out oil he first proceed*. At- an that cid# of the troubled Greek bulk of new business atructures er this is pailI. .*> petie‘^ °    *’    ‘ border. He is believed to be the are store, and garages    !    Sin,    o^'h?    cit    <T?he    '    American    new    sman to visit (iorman found occasion to take ;^*Tnd ^ 1>crcent win go into that area during the current phase off the assessment list the    some-    thp nf treasury When the cost    of acute Greek-Slav    friction. what unusual number    of    Severn    of ,he met(.rt has been paid, a bill De Luc# won    a pulitzer prize    for •wpertiel which within the year Lf saje vs ill he given to the city stone* of Tito’s Partisan* written became “tax exempt” by law. The Thereafter the entire meter fund during a hazardous visit to Ger-largest tract deleted wa* the old *ill go to the city treasury for nian-occupied Yugoslavia in 1943. flArit asitia tea uhlch Hts# a tvio ak xrhriril    and    mttntrinAl HilFnASPi call oft the Senate Investigation of Hughes’ $40,000,000 warplane contract*. Hughes saki Brewster, a Republican, proposed to drop th# inquiry by the Senate war inveMigating committee lf he (Hughe*) would agree to a merger of his Tram World Airlines with Pan American, Brewster denied that from th# witness stand yesterday. Today’ Hughes took the same seat and shouted to the senators “Senator Brewster's testimony* yesterday is a pack of Urn sod I can tear It apart if I am allowed to cran examine him.” Brewster went back to tm chair to answer a series of written questions Hughes gave to chairman Ferguson (R-Michi of tm Senate subcommittee. Breakfasted at Pan-Am In his replies. Brewster? I. Acknowledged that he had eaten at least “three breakfasts in Die last few mon'hs” at a special residence maintained here by Pan-American Airways a* a guest center for officials and employes. But the Maine senator insisted this could not be termed the "Pin American palace" and instead waved photographs of what Brewster < ailed “TWA * palatial’’ home and swimming pool. 2 Agreed thst Sam Pryor, a vice president of Pan Americaa and farmer Connecticut Republican national committeeman, is a close friend of his. I Said it wa- true that he had spent two Thanksgiving vacations oi about one week each at horn* Pryor ha* at Hobe Sound. Fla. Brewster said Pryor was not there and he (Brewster) had purchased his own food and borne all tv pense. Accept Free Air Trip 4. Acknowledged that he onif accepted free transportation in Pan America's special private air* liner from Washington to Raleigh \ C He said he went to Raleigh to confer with the Sate Senatof Bailey (D-NO at Bailey * request about aviation legislation. Brewster also repeatedly bit at Hughe*’    story of    a "proposition” for a merger. "The suggestion 'hat I hem a whip over Mr. Hughes is ndtcu-Iou-,” he declared. The hearing wa* thrown into aft uproar soon after tho committor convened.    : Chairman Ferguson (R-Msch), presiding at the hearing under control of a subcommittee, de an d first of Hughes and then of Brew# ter if they had any written quefi non- ready for each other Hughes,    having    some difficulty understanding Ferguson, a^ked hts attorney. Torn Slack, what had neen said    # Then Hughes asked to make • I*- *«««•»    si#. #. nartial excitement. Jovial mtiitaiT    ot the subcommittee band,    strike    up    for    village    folk    be    submit^ in 2 I dances during the weekends. t q“ A writlnc. With Al*    photographer    B    I    San-    v    ^    (lu#be<i.    He reached tnt# dei* and Walter Weiebit. ar. Airier- a|n„, and pulled out sevwrl an air corps veteran and S»avic * designed to counter test!- being held. Such a step would con- i stitute a protest without involving a vote of censure. Attlee, In his grim and gloomy speech yesterday, told Biit-ins that his program would mean less food, .ess gasoline, ie,-.- wood for new houses, lex- goods in the stores, fewer Hollywood movies, and longer hours of work. He said it emailed “limited** labor controls, "some AP Man Finds No Sigils of War Spirit iii Tito Republic J the dance from 8:3u un- Lim ar creecn,    anwiw, »win go <» mr WASHINGTON,    Aug 7    •V. ’VV 7 rn Music for the dance    the horxesho# pitching conte-t The    Root estate    which became a school    st root and municipal put pows Al.-r four bod FDS# >«r.. . bowk ftmwLt by Smok.y rh,111,,, prto. w. .# oU.ho.,d motor. -to. Md 12 iou y,re d,M«i bo. t^'or. ndlam    • is in Sight for 1947. a U. S. Public and hu orche.ua.    The    winners    of    children’s    con-    cause of conversion of the prop- pormwient £«»"« Health offh i»d.eported today.    ln    lwo softball game played te^s:    erties, ranging from one to ^    m ^ts orti- At the same tim*,    however, he    Airing lh. afternoon the Young Paper plat# contest - Jimmy    ,    ex eacfL^to    Church purpose-Some    mi^d byM    -un    ^    ^ ^ uro-ed the public    to    observe the    j Downtown Businessmen defeated    sutler, Marjorie Austin. Nathaniel;    institutional    properties also became kin £eteri    g usual precaution* during the rest the Upper Alton and North Alton G,ady.    tax-exempt    w    D    temeraan    of    Jacksonville of the infantile paralysis “season ” Businessmen in the first ganie at Sjl(.k mceg _ Nathaniel Grady., ------- which runs from June through 3:30 p,^ rn, and the    Jean    McCiiatock,    Chris Sarandi*.    m- •    e    rwv ITT®    CUn.ock    Virgil    Hook.    .bd    Mother (lf I WO Reporting a total of 1955 cases jwhlch s(ar1ed at 4 45.    r"    luA*Ln<m    race* _ George IM. y„r up to Au, X bompomd ^ Dtcalr. lh. nm. o« IU SM    S^ndu.' Ruth Nelson. Donald Atwood, and By DANIEL DE LICE BITOLJ. Yug avis. Auf 6. (Delayed) (JP»- The Yugoslav Macedonian republic on the frontier of Greece Is basking today in a linguist, I hav.* sjienf a week in the southern part of Yugoslav Ma-.»doma. We motored through territory which critics of Yugoslavia have insinuated was an arsenal and training camp for forces fighting the Greek army on th# other -id# of the border. What we saw* was a panorama of peaceful development. Allied military representatives who visited this area recently likewise report long sheet* of w riting. “I want to make it very clewf these are not al!.'* Hughes began. “Furthermore the testimony yes* lei day of Senator Brew ster I- • pack of lies and I can tear it apart if I can be allowed to cross ques* tion him.’’ In separate appearances on th# witness -tsnd yesterday, Hughe# chained Brewster denied that th# .Maine -enator once offered “in .....    -    .    ,    .. Th# picnic, th# first of IU kind wiih 5450 for the s#m# period last (. *jton wa» sufficiently success year, th# official told a reporter*    ---- Plunges to Death „  .....,    ... - po- >K*    “‘T    «„«ny .or*- lo mil bl th. ,m,*l- W. D Lonergan of Jackaonvilla ntieesl tranquility and an economic flrul n** »» «vidence ..    '    cation of the plane contracts if and J. Knight cf Macomb attended hnAm    iv    stirring    up    file    of    revolt    in    Hugrtes ^ou|q agree to a merger of Trans World Airline* with Pan mertcan Airways Hughes holds a controlling inter* i the special council meeting and    rremit demonstrated the Miller meter. It    Almost at    the foot of    .he    Guck was asserted the parking meters j mountains    where    civil    war hat will pay for themselves in 18 to 20    taged more    than a    year    th#    Mace- will be broken. Full year case totals for four years were: 1945—13,619 cases. 1944—19 929 1943—12 449 month*.    ;    aonian*    wnus*    }    # maksHtv re non which held Yugo- I    Hughes’    outhurst,    Blew    st** waived any right to cross examin# the plane manufacturer. “As far a* I am concerned, I am willing to let th* matter rest with the subcommittee," the senator said.    I ... (mirlMUb,ill’mfBt m Al!dn B!*ul .|f‘ concessionaires sold ISO cases of Exchange Building in downtown of German rocket bomb expert- ©radicate Uliteracy.    |    investigators have reported they    the    com** a whole .rtoMx This year «*««"    »M« s,ater. 1250 hot dogs. and used I St. IjOuIs following a visit to a m«iU had bren flown J™™ J Posters in wayside Uverru urge t<m]d find little evidence of th# ^ hearing should take. whole mobi e supply store, were    '4000 pounds of ice for IU two st.nds ; phya.C.n    ,    Brt.Mh    ^    I    ^    {>ea,ant.    to    drain    malanal    existence of such a brigade.)    |    Contended    ‘hat    he    could those* Ult    #n<1 Voriabln unit mounted on a Police quoted the woman s moth- > I be I S.    ■*    f    j    pooh,    and    enroll for dasaes in ABC. Macedonia is rushing to    ^ 8UbmU a|i his questions, to b« rn* n nr oi? ram wa. clanned P*ckup trUfk U> m*k# lh# roun<ta #T* Mr*‘ Ksther M*^T’ M/a>;nK "C*    ^hree    «,r    four    week-    I    told that the Yugoslav up for the lost centuries when it    t<j Brew#Ur by lh< commit b ^h Alfon ^ecreatlin dipari- of th* P*rk- Honm G^^bach. | her daughter was being treated j was made three    ’    -rmv    uttered    border    !    wa. a hillbilly province of th# Ot- j ^----_Z---3 ful to move the GAAC' to plan a. “It is not really too late for a! bigger and better on# for next France* nelson sham rise that Is, a fairly limited 1 year. Many Alton business house* For 15. 16. 17 Year Gld* .la > J bt. LOUIS, Aug. 7, (JR—Mrs. •inbiivs outbreak—in a particular were closed for tbs ©cession, and Ellen Coder and George Nolan. ( y.rin© Lynch, 25-year-old mother . JL,v 0f ,he country.    I n«-xt year, according to Carl Ko- For 6 Year* end Under — BU) of two children, plunged to her _    .    o..-    sank#. GAAC secretary, an effort ci*^ *nd John Fry.    death last night from a twenty- But, from the g    will he made to get every busine®.- junior Chamber of Commerce’ Bret floor window of the Railway this year. th# Indication is t    establishment in Alton to shut H* concessionaires sold 150 cases of Exchange Building in downtown high Incidence of the ps-t n> daor^ This year garages and auto- ^ water, 1250 hot dogs. and used I St. Louis following year% for the country as a whole j mohllf, BUppJy gtore« were the larg !    w    ! German Rocket Bomi) Expert Flown to I . S. LONDON, Aug. 7. A War Office spokesman said today Gen. j Walter Dornberger, wartime head of German rocket bomb expert-1 rn en ti, had been flown from a ; Brush prison to the United States donians—whose “people s republic Is one of the six making up Martial Tito's federal state -arc bent on improvin country road-, building new schools and tending rich green fields of tobacco and corn The only mobilization I could see here is to better public health and eradicate illiteracy, posters in wayside tavern* urge up file of Us cere (The United Nat ions Balkan bot” , _ , ___ Airways der commission which visited th# Hughes ^!I%1#4s£ rn i Homier area this spring brought in ^ m <i majority report which held Yugo- • A Sa ase* 14 l l d Javia. Albania and Bulgaria pri-.warily responsible for Greece* frontier troubles. Greek reports that an international brigade was forming north of the ©order placed it on Albanian, not Yugoslav soil However, U. N. and other neutral investigators have reported they could find little evidence of the ^    ii....,    “tht-M    nr fnu r u®*kk I was tOiO 10*1 int I ugo;    _ of the park. Homer Grenzebe< h. her daughter was being treated i    ,hr”    information    on    army    maintains    scattered    border was a hillbilly province ,or ,ne    MsrsrJSYSw ule. Some aftemomt contests were \ aion., sam iwny    i    r toman empire, Continued on Tag* 3, Col. 4. ;

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