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   Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 27, 1947, Alton, Illinois                                 River Stages  W. Bullan I a m Ztro 383.4ft rn.a.I  Stage 2.80 Tt.  Fall 02 Ft.  Bm caval I a rn. bock St Dam ae  Fool 418.83  Tallwater 398.28  Alton Evening Telegraph  Established January 15, 1836. Vol. CXH, No. 192  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1947  Member of The Associated Press. Sc Per Copy.  Weather Forecast  Partly Cloudy; Occasional Showers  Declares Cities Should Share in State Revenue  Shurtleff Style Show ami Music Retied! Sept. 11  Shurtleff College Conservatory of Music will present a Musical Style show for the benefit of the  c _ x» . „ • •    I**:    i,’ Music Scholarship Fund, at Hotel  .tune limit ipahtirs I .ne jp ra ,f 0 ,.^ s#pi ii. Two perform*  Bankruptcy, Sargent anre* will ho given, one «I 2 p. rn r*. ll «/.    .    and the second at 0 p. rn. The event  I cli'* K main*    i, under the direction of Dr. B#th-  i uel Gross, head of ihe department Part of the taxes collected by the  of  Music at Shurtleff College,  August Likely To Lead Year in Home Building  Trouserless Man Caught^' ha sod ta Town for Arrest  I n ter-American Treaty to Be Signed tuesday  I I Permit* Sn Far This Month Equal Total For J ii Iv  Pursued an a trespasser by two ^ Gerton avenue residents, a Godfrey  township man, 49, ,who had ahan-    ___  ■ cr.  1  his trouser*, appal #n"y lh    .    . .  flight was taken into eu*?ody I rUTTlHM KxpPCtetf to Xii-today by Ed McCann, special North side policeman, In a thicket near Tibbitt and Mather,  The man then was turned over to  Vance Date for V i*it To (^inference     wk f              \  /   *    * I %    i      W rn  I. A        / A     V  Britain Orders Drastic Puts In Food to Reduce Trade Deficits  With 14 permit* for new dwell- Alton police. and was fined 110 on qujtaNDINHA. Brasil. Aug. 27  Arrangements are being complex    issued    thus    fat    this    month    at    “* r h     of     ‘    ’    charges    intnxria-    Brazilian    authorities    whipped  a.. . . a l    .    a    f    m    *    —    ntil    lea    ^      ...    _ -    *    i    _    _    J:    ,    «    n    4    >    a.. I I .    .    .    -    .    »    .    rn___I  Hemisphere These authorities confidently ex* peeled that President Truman would advance the date of his schedule visit to Brazil in order to he present for the occasion in the home of ihe Brazilian foreign  Pot  Th,  state should he alloted to municipalities within ttie state on a per 1   b y th* f. X e< utive committee j J""' „f Qty Building Com-1 Hon, disorderly conduct, and resist- J  up p j in! , t<viav for the formal  capita basis if financial    problems j     w( ,ich Includes    Mary    I,ou    Penrtl-    I     m j Mtnner  whiten.    August    ha '    ing    arrest on entering pleas    of     n4 » x t    Tuesday    in    Rio    de  of municipal governments are to be j .f^okle* Boehl, Doris Johnson.  ua|rd  , h «. record for July which guilty in polio court today.    i Janeiro’s glittering Hamaraty pal-  resolved, *aid Don Sal gent, exeou-    Korte.    Agne*    ftchenck.     vvaj(    mo mh    in    the    fir"    half    According    to a report made lo ace of an historic defense treaty.  live director >>f the Illinois Muniel-  and     Delphlne    Wilson,    Cooperating j    ^     vf , ar  f or     Alton home build-    the police, the man appt ehended    under    which    19    American    repub-  pal League,^speaking to    Alton    K»* j    marc ban ta air*    Hartmann's.    Vogue    j     l||g  profit.     hJ , d     been pursued by William    1. lie* agree    to    fight    jointly    against j  "    '       ‘    ’    d    Young*.    Aggregate    cost    of    the    14    dwell*    Rogei* of J hi Gerson and Ellsworth ans aggression in the Western  Music    for    the    show’    will    he    fur- j    j    projects of    the present month    . Richey of ICB Gerson from Godfrey  Sargent prefaced his point with a j iiishcd by leading Alton are* mu-  u    af     $<jo.oon    >. v hich    is    township Into Alton where city po-  dl*cussion of the four    t>pev    of    Brians, with musical    settings by     ronsjfJ<Mab | y  higher    than the    im a1    lire    had authority to effect arrest.  estimate of 872.000 on the 14 July  A ,     <b e    Rogers home    it    was    said  projects.    "twit    members of    ‘he    family    had  Thus far tlits >ear. 85 dwelling    open awakened at I 40 a rn.    by  permits have been issued h#ie and    : the sound of footsteps in the garage    ^jnlMr-y and    made arrangements  the    aggregate    estimate of their    driveway. Roger* went to invest!-j    j or n     whopping    welcome  . .    .    ....    ,    .    ,    .    ,    ,    ,    cost IS $459,000 In the entire year gate, .saw a man, pursued and!  A hich  Brazilian government  gravest problem la that of finance, h ndr rks. Mary Jane Nichols and.    i*.    in,    ..    ..    *     m * n     ntmr.utao   w      of 1946     p* ,m,,s     “* uM    fni     , caught him. at the same time source said the inter-American  ‘    .Betty Ryan.    p.» homes to estimated value of shouting for hi* neighbor, Richey, reference of foreign minglers at  Tax#*    on    r#al    and    personal    pion-, Mannequins    will    include    Shirley 5,07,000.    'who    ran    to assist     f hj, resort wa, experted 10 wind  eny constitute    the    bulk    of    a    muni* Reason,    j oan    R *»j*er,    Dottle    Reg  1   RELEASED —  wants at Mineral Sittings hotel, 1  an q y nuns’* Tuesday night  municipal government, briefly ex- 1  Dr. Gross, who will he heard at the plaining their structure and his- console of the electric organ tory. Regards** of which of the Make-up and coiffures will be  four types (aldermanic, commis-  b y Sally’s Beauty College, with si on village or managerial* of sally Rec In tan in rharge She will government a municipality ha*, the'he assisted bv Joan Bradley, Owen  cf f(  p.  American* Ru ~ h 3 Afer / s  n Scout, Ko~<  -AP  toto.  . ,    „    _    ,    Late*,    permit was issued yea*. When caught, the man was with- up next Monday and that although  npahtys income, he said, although net, Jackie Boehl. .loan Bradley.     fo    Kd wa,ds M. Steger of  ou ,  trmi *‘ whim later we,# the U. S President', vd.it had been  other revenue ,s ra,-ed by .UCh Van Caldwell Peggy Chappell Jo ^ * ror „ t    fni     , 5. room .    the po,nt where he had scheduled for Se P L 5. he was ex-  means a* busine** ltren.se*. liquor Ann DeCrande, Mrs. Jean Dirk, L fo ,. v aru i  n ha |f residence to he    ....    --    —  Council Haul Seeks Limit On    CJ  erected on Hents. near Brentwood  The hou*e I* to he of brlrk veneer eonstructir n, estimated cost $12.*  liceniie*. tobacco licenses, and park- Mr*. F.deen Eilei*, Mary Feld tng ntttei«. He explained that the witch, Mary Ann Fin**, Mr*. Oinnie municipalities now get a portion of Krltrpman, R overly Furgason,  the state motor vehicle gasoline Bally LOU Glelbtr, Mary K. Heraty,    James    Mawdalev    of 2*11  tax hut thi* i* insufficient for the  M rs Gwen HintUk*. Doris John-  Rrown  has arranged for erection  purpoae for which it is intended.  #on  j ur jy Johnson. Dorothy Korte,  in  Nolle place of t room residence, the upkeep of arterial at reel b. Be-  Anlta  Kung, Marian Kunz, Jean j  W |ID hath. finished basemen,, sun* cause af property depreciation and    Martha    McBurney.    Rosemary    porch, and garage estimated cml  subsequent lower appraisal. Sir- McLaughlin, Barbara Millet. Alice $13,000 E Roy Burrt* of 505 gent said that the lex tea in Illinois,    Gaorgia Noll, Mary Jane Marsh ha* taken a permit for a  municipalities in 1945 were ISO,* Wickett, Mary Loo Pennifold, De-  1  4.room frame home, with hath and OOO OOO ie** than in 1930 This de- | mf >^ Retlley, Joan Ruckman Betty basement, to he erected a* the spite the fact that the cost of ci*y Ryan, Agnes Schenck. Janip Big- J southeast corner of North and government had increased    ire-    j, M -k Marie Siglock. Pm Biglork    Sering  mendou*l>.    Gerry Sandhack. Verna Staten    r    p Tem pl in of 1*05 Wa-hing-  Inereaaed Cm(i    I Ann Waterhouse, Nancy Winkler, j ^ on  ha* arranged for re-siding a  Because of the greatly Increased | K a t h t r I n e Tchoukaleff, Mary j reaidence at 1815 Washington, cost of municipal government and Tchoukaleff, and Audrey Lincoln the corresponding shrinkage    in    Ticket* foi the style show max  municipal f nances, mo*t citie*    «!<•    h*- obtained from any of toe man  nequin* or the following firms;  been overtaken    peeled to revise hi* plan* so as  When a call we* made to the At- to bo able to address the closing ton police station, it was pointed session.  “X. no,,r7.h- H.y ,-•>' l-S    P"""-    -'.7    '»  LAKE SUCCESS. Aug 27, .4P Farris El Khoury. Security Council president, took a firm stand  Industrialists Charged V^ itli Fostering War  New Restrictions on Daso-line, Foreign Travel Also Imposed  LONDON, Aug 27. OU—The British gnxrmment announced tonight diadic new cuts In food, foreign travel, gasoline and other items to reduce the national trad* deficit of 1600.000 00C <2,400.000,-onoi by more than one-third.  The new* restrictions, announced in the vacation absence of Prime Minister Attlee, cut the present weekly meat ration of one shilling, two pence (about 24 cents) to one shilling (20 cents).*  It also froze th# tea ration at I the present reduced lex el of two ounce* a week - a heax*y blo xx- ta ; one of the w orld s greatest tea-dunkmg nations—and ordained • substantially reduced’ supplies of food to restaurants.  Premier lo Form His Own Cabinet  ievident* r*!ea*ed th* trouser!es* individual They *o stationed thetn-*clve* that he ran towards Delmar.  Rogers and Richey, w ho had run  from their homes in scant attire, u  lense treaty, which calls forsxxift military action to put down aggression In a vast 'security region” stretching from the Antarctic to the Arctic and from Hawaii to the Falklands Creation of a joint military mechanism xxiii be undertaken at  was ,*aid. then hazily donned Bogota next January, when the  forcing world peace  But he acknowledged he was waging a losing battle    at this  time  El Khoury a Syrian, stated hi* position as the council wa* railed to meet today for another tussle on th** veto, xx hich has t een Invoked 2" times rn United Natron*  garments brought from their American republics meet again to     rv     .    j«    times    by    Russia,    twee  k,   am. Ste. rn t    .I    ll.Ll    M    Lf    A    I    ll    O    ISI    *    M      ....... JI    _    *    —    am.    mm    -rn.    It    rn*,    rn.    #    bk    Jttk    I    fS    4    A    I*    rn  now Mn ihe verge of bankruptcy, he said. One instance In the necessarily increased cost of running a municipality I* salaries, said Sargent. During the depression ye*rn. mumrpolitie* had to pay disgracefully low salaries Now they are faced with the problem of raising ihe salaries of municipal employe* and staying within their budget One evil rising from ihi* dilemma, according to the speaker, is redu< rthe *i/e of the force of rn un i-pi employes. For instance, ern  est imaged cost $670 Jewel Robinson of MO Dix i-.on xxii! make a front porch addition, lh by K, to tux dwelling propel ’n at SJW Dix!*  homes by their site* to make them more presentable, and. jumping in Rogers' automobile, renewed pur*  suit  Neat Davis they caught sight af the ti ou-et Ie** indixiduah and  broaden and strengthen the Inter  bx France.  I Them wa* no prospect if  any  Young s. Vogue Hartmann'*, Ho- mon. $300 Anna Halliday of 2 East 'pl Stratford. Gould* Mum* Shop Eleventh ta bax mg a co nor et e-Mat her**, the Telegraph, and Peter* • Mock garage erected, $250, Lee nomi    (    Bert hint t of 315 Parker will demo-  W or hi F oo(l S Bai  CHICAGO Aug  world food situation, say* Herbert ed foi roof renewal* Mrs Marx Hooxer. "doesn't look xeiy good." Vize. 1<*.Y3 East Fourth, Mrs C  “We have a surplus of food in Hummers 2403 College; and Mrs  Cecil Senna her, 9]$ Main  erat ion. A hosteled hemisphere  economic xxstem w,ll he sought in I change in the aet-up. a special conference late in 1948 Connell delegate* waited fm  All of the American republic* Soviet Russia and Columbia to finally traced him to 'he vicinity except Nlrai agua. w hich was not tip then hand* on the Egyptian of the North*ide playground. When invited to this conference and rase Delegate* o those * n  they got a glimpse of the man tak- F.ucador. who*e ttatus here I* in countrie* are slated to speak ce mg' to some underbrush, one h*- douht because of « weekend coup morrow and then the_ Council  nnrnvMt last night the hones to vote. It also hope* to  NUERNBERG, Germany, Aug. 27  IAR—a four-man lf. S. court, open ng the xx ar crimes trial of 24 directors of th# Hinton dollar I G Far hen hemicai trust, heard the prose* ut ion charge today that they deliberately fostered Adolf Hitler* wars of aggression for their own profit.  And further than that. Brig. Gen.  Telford Taylor told tipi court, they would breed a new war if they got another (hance.  ' These ar# th# men who made war possible, and they did It beau*#* they wanted to conquer,*  »I4 Tty tor. th. Collat State, chirr     p     ,     ||Iim    hlm   of counsel for war crime*.    *    *  ATHENS Aug. 27. (Ah- Premier-Designate Constantin Tsaldaris  emerged this morning from hi* • third conference In two days wdth Va S. Ambassador Lincoln Mae-Veagh and announced that he Intended to proceed at once with the organization of a new Greek >*ab,net of his own choosing.  Thla apparently precluded formation of a broadened coalition government. Tsaldaris went immedl-  with the latest development and it was expected that lh* names of the new miatiten would be an-  short time.  'These men wet# goxerned by  the same unquenr tsahle thirst for  •T;    "V.y    '■"*    n'Lncrt    within  end distorted the minds of the mill- _    .    .  tar) a*,c and many other leading Shortly after T*aldai is left th# Lei man* Their long range objec-    without    making    a    further  live xx a* . . ultimately Far ban's . domination of the chemical mdus-  ploying fewer firemen to rai*e the United States as usual, but not wages to the standard i*<|ll!lWf'Vffit |liat a one aa we had last year,” «,«t# 'n-* This in many cases. Bar- 'he 73-year-old former president gent said, resulted in the munich told newsmen yesterday as he pality being reclassified bv the Na- stopped between tram* from Cali-tIona! Fire Underwriters Atocia- forma to New lock 'The world non with 'he business men of the need is probably greater tnt* year municipality forced to pay larger I than ii w as last insurance premiums.  The Butler law, he added  vt ag open for her to do so.  reflect* an attempt to alleviate 'he financial difficulties of municipalities ox providing a formula for  converting the •«- ......  valuation  of property into term* of full, fair, rash value It provide# furthei said Sargent that tax rate* be reduced SD percent The law provides that the transition period for increased assessments he five vent * *o that th# Increase will not he sudden.  Introduced by Mayor In support of his contention 'ha' a • on of -talc ta*#* should he allotted to the municipalities. Sargent *<od that Ti percent of state 'axe. mr-* paid »*v persons living xx I* hit) the incorporated limit* of municipalities Meantime, the state, by it* taxes ti*x- assessed a $200,-  Ono (MMI KUrplU* While ! he immii I-  pah! es hie rlmie to bankruptcy Sargent *aid ttxat a commlaalon authorized by 'he General Assembly is studying the problem end that he hopes that it xxii; report in fax or of -tat* iii to municipalities Ma j or Wadlow was chair man of  Continued en Page I, 4 el. S.  into Makers Relieve Price Line ll ill Hold  manufactured throughout th# auto ndus'ix producers Indicated Index 'tic im,* would hold for th# rest of th# veal  Bu! prospective buyer* eyeing 'he price boosts announced yesterday by the Ford Mot rn Co and  Hoover xx ho >xa* going to New Yolk to assume th# chairmanship of she new congressional commission for reorganization of government bureau*, said he t «i no wx, concerning the possible Republican andidate for ; iesident He told newsmen he xx a* certain that h#3 x ou id not accept the nomination if it were offered to him Nu man a* my age should tak# th# nomination ’ the former president said  license Hale Lags  Pun basing of city automobile I ice ne* unde I threat of police prosecutions ha* begun to lose impetus and it xxa* said today at lh# office of the city treasurer in City IU.! that only ten were issued j Tuesday Total of license stoker* issued now ha* reached 5549 for the 1947 xea- Yesterday’s to- J  tat of stickers issued wa* smallest *■    ur-.v v -I • ct . ii  for any day since the Aug. IS' YJr|| $ itH Nill in Skill!  deadline after which ll was an* t    IV ait* ^lirgfOll k \rtioil  nounced that any car^ owner*I nENVER.* Aug 27. 'Ab Virgil found without tags would b#    ^  ll4t p,.„ lv ln  ,  ward   \iTi ai complaints charging fall- J ^  #f Fo||  i^ gan  Veteran* Hosp.-  ■eg,i!#r Alton policemen. tiou*er» of th# fugit.vc. said to have h##n found by Roger* near his premises,  ) xx ere ! et ur tied to 'he ai r #*ted man ~ Roll'# Magistrate Hawk ut* said that in addition to th* Anes Int-posed today, he had warned the de-  ! fendant to keep out of th* city and j s     Carrier    SoUljht  !th# Gerson area where residents /r  would be welching for him in event    Al    1 .Iliff OI lit ,|fff  of further breaches of the peace. STOCKTON, Calif.. Aug. 27 <A* R#*idents rn Gerson section:.*, County health official* today xa.d they had been annoyed by re- Bought a “typhoid carrier — lucent instances of prowling and that divtduaily immune to the discase -a plurnx woman resident .cxcial  a * the probable cause of ll cases Weeks ago had routed a masked of typhoid fever among Colleg*  ka and Greenland, a* well ax (.an-:    Egypt do#* not lik« that resolu-  ada, and there was speculation tine th# British, who do no* have that Canada might later 'mn a* a signatory of the treaty. The way  DETROIT. Aug. 27 t/ft -- With $45 to more 'ban $225 added to the price-tag* of new passenger car*    who    menaced    bet    with    a    pistol    «f    the    Pacify    students    and    fin-  a vote in this dispute, favor It. There have been reports shat  Dr. Alfonso Lopez of Columbia will present a resolution, hut so far 'He Columbian dekK.ite ha* refused to comment.  Demonstrators Find Life Rough Rut They Take It  LAKE SUCCESS Aug 21  a* *»*> was on bet wax home in "ie pinye* this m<*n". tate evening. It was because of a Dr. John J. Sippy of the county  nervous tension leaded in the health department said all the rases -p,  p ( ,f    ,    demonstrator    in  neighborhood bx these incident*, it had been traced to the college cafe-  Fnit ^ Nations hail* is a rough  one hut ihe Egyptians apparently  wa* explained that Roger* and fens, but that investigator* faded Rd hey    had    ’sscri    such    vigorous    a<~-    to find    ans evidence of contamination    m    the    prowler    *<a?c    <*er    x    to-    tton    in    food or drinks served there  Siudehaker Corp.    to complete    the     (1mv     ‘     an d    that cirrumsiances indicated  .x    ondet cd    if    t He  on tem plated for  round of im i ss* many chang#*  for 1948 models would send th# cost  of their new cai* still I ighei  St uh*-oak or ia*t of the maker* to mark up prices, announced from South Bend Iud. last night that $50 to $115 would be added to its ■ ar and t rw k models,  ue to comply with "ic license oi dinnm e  Court Caul Between Black Anil Jockson    Mav  ire.ta himself from the litigation lf he doe.* not do so, and the court agrees to hear arguments by I sal ti*. Jackson likely xxiii be braid  ft mn.  bench a* < hef A ner i. an prosecutor at "ie Na/i war crime* trial xx hen the long-smoulderring feud  WASHINGTON. Aug. 27. (Ah «#  Tile Supreme Court feud between Justice Robert Ii. Jackson and Hugo Black may be headed for a showdown this tan,  tack son, In his unprecedented statement from Nuernberg, Germany, 14 month* ago took his colleague sharply to ta* 1 * for participating in a 1945 port al-to-port a1' broka Into th* op*n n ine pax ca.*# "led bx Bi i i t former law paitnei  He ,*aid he would speak out again lf "ni*> ex et were a repetition of the circumstances Blac k never replied publicly.  The United Mine Workers, winners of th# 5 to 4 decision, wete represented by Crampton Harris,  Black s one-time oftrc# pa"nor in Bi: mingham. Ala.  tai today awaiting a surgeons de < .'ion on removal of a nail apparently hammered .n'o hi.* skull while tic sax unconscious in a Japanese prison tamp Gomez taken prisoner after the fall of Bataan ha* been reluctant to ttsk the d#h-at*' operation a"#! ming through four year# imprisonment, But a week ago headaches and a weakening of his ugh! leg and atm rn ade further medical st udy impel a' ive Doctors said th# two-inch nai'  Fau NX on Id Kbpji Naj»8 Off Mrfft iii Summer  HUM ING TO x’,    . Va,. Aug 21  iAt — Dobbin will be kept off Huntington streets during the day-light hours of the summer months if city council approve* a proposed ordinal •  The count ii i* scheduled lo act Sept v nn an ordinance which would bai the st i eels to st ax el by I shod animals from 9 a. rn., to $ P rn. dill mg the period from Max I to Sept 30 Councilman Elm#! F, R« net who brought up the matter #v-  < an tak# it  At»*>! h#tng forcibly ousted from I he Security Council • hamo**i !a»e yesterday for th# *#<nnd "rn# in fixe dux * Ahmed Kamel K *h levi* of, employ#* hex# thus fat  HMf j Mustafa Monon promptly m-  try of the world.  Who! th#*e .urn did xx a* done aith the utmost dehorn alum arid I would. I venture to sui nu*#, be repeated if the opportunity should recur." *  The defendants were the men I who ran I G. Farben it* official name I* I t» Farhenindustrie Ahtieng»-*eii*( haft — whtck I* the worlds biggest chemical combine, and allegedly u*#d nut tool for Nazi conquest Tx*#nty-one of the 24 pleaded tr.n<v #nt on arraignment Aug 14  For their trial, which may e>-tahlish an important precedent by holding industrialists as xxell as po-  I Leal and military leaders retpon-    —    ---------------  si) «- fur plotting «gg!#s.*ion. the  Farben official* vat    in the aam*    Parent*    of Tots I*ft  dock xx here Her Hun    Goering and  ho Nazi oiieague* xx cr# tried.  “We are sol trying them for he- j CHICAGO, Aug. JT. -A* mg Nazi Gen Taylor der ;ared i pereots of    fotu 1  small children,    who  emphatically. nor    because they    said they    had spent more    than    30  whose residence is virtually next door to the palace, walked over to nail on the king.  Greene has oeen without a #abi-  net sin## Premier Maximo* Demetrius feigned last Saturday.  Unofficial jtou; res carli#! said T*aidaris wa* ready to relinquish his mandate lf that would bglp solve th# crisis, but nor 'o his chief foe, Therrrstokie* 5k>phoulu.  The dtfferencet pet ween Tx*!. dan* and Sophoulii st# fundamentally of tradition. Tsaldaru head* th# Populist (Royalist) party and Sop boult* the main branch of Greek Liberal*. The Populist end Liberal Parties h;»\# been a' odd* more than .30 years.  In < hurrh Nibbfd  Tho  “there might be att nld-tine em-  ; pinye who is a typhoid carrier '  been negative  \rmv Arditi IVrniillcii  To Marry in hah  ROMP Aug, 27 I Ab New #x1-dene# tha f  United State* occupa-tion authorities in Italy c<!i!*,d#i ■ he army * stay h#i# likely ’n be long came to light today in re-#*-tablist merit of authority for U S Army pet sonnet to marry in Poly Channels for fondling appltca tion* to marry in Bialy xxeie closed April I. an army eden*# *aid “when plained the shoes of horse* were .ratification of the Italian peace digging hoi#* in the city's new treaty -cerned imminent," Russia blacktop -tic*' pavements during however st ill ties not ratified the warm weather *    treaty.  Jackson was on leave from the was driven between hemispheres of  Mrs. Roosevelt Replies - -  Surprised T hat Farleys  Doubted Social Standing  Ihe blain and that the ;>ic.#ni  trouble may come from contraction of si ar tissue  He wrote 'ti# dissenting opinion in th# mine pay caw and later, when a petition for review of the dec is on was denied wrote a concurring opinion t il mal of Black s [•ai titration.  Nearly a year .atm a newspaper column tc’d of the feud and said Blac k regarded Jackson’* opinion as “a slur upon his personal and udicial honor "  In iris Nueintwug statement  NEW YORK. Aug, 27 (API-Mrs  ( Washington staff of ihe Chicago Eleanor R<>o*e\#h, commenting on Tribune.  recent magazine ai tides bv James tTronan,  ; n Washington *a.d A Farley in which he expressed that “Mr*. Roosevelt -houri! have doubts of iv,* social standing et the (waited. I think, un* . she could White House, sex- that “it ncxci read the whole hxiok I tm not mill-occurred lo me that Mr. and Mrs ing anybody any kind cf person. Al Farley felt themselves In any    Farley Older I «. . "yin * to  Alton "at# Hospital ha# neen different from that which we were'gather his naiciie' together ll**  In ••    has >'ka\#d every xx rd of ie !*ook  , . ...... ,    „    ,    which comes from th# words he  A series entitled W hy    *    dictated at th# moment If she ot>-  Vltoti Stale llri-pital  \ I > I h i * \ * < I for Training  SPRINGFIELD. 111. Aug 27. <A»*  approved by the American Medical Associations council of medical education and hospital* for the Laming of psychiatric icsidenl*.  With Roo.*e\cit.” a condensation of  jerts, a* I    sh#    d*»c-.    to    th#  .State Welfaie Dtiecior Ca&siU»j* ^’k which the for mer post rnas-  r(( ,|, nea ;  !on 0 f husband, that  ------- mm,at    *    Mer    general    will    publish    in Febru-  ______ ,_____   »#-'  Now Harris has returned to th# pi am pled by that column. Jackson court xith a new case. "us tim# accused his colleague of having aa counsel for th# Jackson Sci un- threatened him with "war** unlet* ties it Investment Co. of Bit ming- Jackson “covered up facts" in canham.    reel Ion with th# ess#, concluding:  He has asked th# high court to i ‘There may he those who think review the company's claim that it it quit# harmless to encourage th*  .« entitled to yay (or services in ob- employment of jusu< es ex-law taming a tenant for a pi openy partners lo argue clo*# cases bx owned by the Prudential Insur-    smothering the    objections    which  abet Company of America    ! the bar make* to this practice But  The ( curt will announce early rn    in my view such    an attitude    would    i  its new term beginning in October    soon bring the    court into    disre-  xv bet her ii will grant th# company put# ... lf it is ever retreated a review.    while I am on the bench I will  If th# decision is to grant the    make my Jewel    Ridge "he    min#  review, Black then may indicate    pay ca##» opinio* look like a    letter !   whether bt ha* decided to ell mi-  k  of recommendation by comparison." I  Faust said today  my, recently applied in Collier’s     tak , n    b   Becomes hither Sixth  Time at Atte of 66  Charles Carroll of Medora, a retired U s Navy man, who im 66, and who returned to xx oik at Western Cai fridge Co during World War II beearn# a fathei Tuesday for the sixth time xvhen his wife. who ta 37. gave birth to a son.  The baby. then fourth bay, and sixth child, was born at 3:45 p rn . in St. Joseph s Hospital, weighing nine pounds and 13 ounces.  come* from hi* * Mr. Roosevelt's»   (  magazine.    Farley at bl* conferences xxith in#  Mr*. Roosevelt, writing in ber president.") question and answer column in th# Farley, former chairman of the luidie* Home Jouraal, *ay* 'hat Democratic national committee,  ’’I an' deeply grieved to find that ha* -aid til* relations with Pre*!-Mr. Farley wa- not th# pet Min I deni Roosexel: wert “oasis ally po-!bought him; or perhaps it would || t j ra |  an d *#ld..ni social." Hp said be better to *ay t Hat I ani grieved  in  (he magazin • sci ie* to find that Mr. Fai icy has allowed ! Mi* Roosevelt one* -aid.  | himself to be mad# the kind of per •pmnk.m find* it herd to relax •'anality that Mr. Trahan, of "ie     wll h    people who arent hi#    social  (Chicago Tribune would inevitably     eql . a!     • r  too g    ,hi* remark    to #*-  make him    plain    my being    out of the infield ’*  j (While the widow of the four- Mr*. Roosevelt says she is “quite term President did not further (sure" the remark “could never have identify Trojan, she apparently re-    been    mad# by    rn#, since I    never ! car    while    it    wa*    left    parked    M(inferred to Walter Trohac of the    have    had such    thought*."    day    in    L:ncoin-Doug;a*    aqua:#.  formed a reporter;  “We will he hark Frank Begley chief of th** U Nr Se* urity police xx a* equally suie they would not be ba. k.  They will he looked for among the *p#' tators who turn out Thu.s-dax morning for resumption of council debate on Egypt's a*e again" Bt ii ain for removal of troops Lorn the Nil# valley and for termination of "ie mini Anglo-Egyptian Sudan administration.  rh# sole casual* among the -’uarris wa* Thomas Q gl#). * wartime military policeman who rn. # xx a- on presidential duty at Hyde Park (gurgle* said Koto bo him on "ie hand severely I enough to require medical treatment  The speech#* delivered by Manteo and Kotb were so loud thai translations were halted two minute* Delegate* Hist sa' *nd Stared I at the demoftstratqgZs who bad seated themselves quietly in the pi ess galier y  t Tugboat men Rpm imm! \ftrr III Hour- iii NY atrr  LEXINGTON Mich Aug 27. (A* Recovering from the erie t* of shock and exposure four tugboat-men including 74-year-old Alex Ariel and In* 15-year-old grandson 'Hiked na k today on moi# than 12 I iar row ing hours in Lake Huron* . old water *  Ariel, the youth. James Warren end Clayton Seed i>* were iced late yen. iday afternoon. atH'U* two hours aft#! nth**! *#arch-cn pulled th# nearly exhausted tug (aptain. Charles Dicker hoff from the wat#i- All tour ai# resilient* of Poi t Huron, about 20 miles south of he*  The quartet had been rn the lake since 2 3o o'clock yesterday morning when heavy sea* a used a scow the tug wa* towing to pull th# back off their craft,  exercised gt#a» power and controlled great wealth,  “The indictment accuses "if*# men of major te»;#in*ibilify for \ siting u;*.n nank nd to# cost < a t a.* 11 o p i • * * war in human history," he asserted. “It a uses  mouths wandering about "■# country In search of a home, were brought to domestic relations court today to answer charge* cd contributing to the dependency of three of the young"#: *  Police seized the couple, Frank  them of wholesale enslavement, Gillespie 26, and his wtfeGeraldine, p ann#: an't murder."    ,    24, yesterday after their three sons,  ——-* I Daniel 4 Steven 3. and John, I,  were found unattended In Ho y  Unit* Millen  C. R W cgman of \\ egmait Electric Co informed Alton polk#,  Tuesdax of theft Cf iii ills to j J“ ft ,hf *  va: ie of $95 Lorn a warehouse at Alton B v Roaid Co. tract. Also  taken, the report shows, was an  Name Cathedral Sunday night.  Gillespie said he and hit wife had in the church "because we though it would he best for them ’* Then fourth child. Margaret Ann 5, is living with  exhaust fan of the Box Board Lim Mrs Gillespie s mother, in Fence, valued at $2*«»    ‘Wit.  Display Tent to Feature  Alton    Veterans    Homecoming  Fender Mort* Moi* ti  Marcus Kirchner of .342. California complained to the police Tuesday afternoon that lender skirts had hem stolen from ha  Tentative plans for the Veterans Homecoming, to be sponsored by Alton Po*t 126. American l-egion, Sept 24 25, 25 and 27 were discussed Tuesday evening a' a n eel ing of the committee rn charge Plan* for the homecoming indicate lf may b# among the large event* in Alton history.  Post Commander Charles I.. Muira:    tia* appointed Th O A.  Meyer general chairman of the project Plans include erecting a large tent. minimum dimensions of 52 by #*• feet and setting up a general display of products manufactured in th# A ton area a* well a* those w bu ti are sold through local retail outlet* Ovet *o booths can be accur i undated in one tent ant other unit* will b# erected f necessary. The exhibit* will be handler! <»n the basis Of a urge fair, earlj merchant rn* manufact* authorized to -* !  up and display hi* own products. The general idea with relaid lo induxuial exhibits is to familial z# the people in the Alton ai#a a* to what is ma nu fat f ut ed a* the local plants  Robert St i * * has been designated «* chairman of the entertainment committee and ha* advised that a complete urogram will he presented nightly. Entertainment will h# free lo the public. and will b# lot ated at different points in the main ten! Alton Municipal Band is scheduled to provide at least one concert, but exact  tin # and location is yet to He de. tided. Arrangements Hie beng made to secure the Army Air Corps band fionr Scott Field, as well a* the mobil# display caravan 'fixe vehicle' of equipment) and a formation of planes to circle over the city on U *-dne*day evening. drawing attention to opening of the event.  One committee under direction of fat k Shea is searching the ar#* to se<uie x at mu* ride* and concession* th*' will be (rf inter#*? to the younger folk* Particular emphasis is being plat #d on stem* such as a ferris wheel, merry-go-round. pony rid# , etc Music for dancing will he provided nighty in ifix* immediate vicinity of the ex-hibits, and pr#s#nt plans indicate no < Haig# xxiii he made  Commander Murray announced that if it is possible a “queen contest,** to select a girt to reign aa lady •'< honor on Saturday evening, will be arranged. Details will be announced later in the week.  Space alignments in the tent will be under the direction of Lloyd Tribble, who will be assisted bx Thomas VV. BiMer, A charge will be made for the area Used to cover 'he genet a1 cost pertaining 'o erecting the tent and providing necessary service.  It is estimated that pi ope# advertisement of the event will bring in excess of 75,000 people into Alton during this four-day period.   

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