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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 22, 1948, Alton, Illinois River Stages ft Buntu Ik* I OaaLevarr# a art lent SM u at rn I I UU Stage 7.9 Ft.    Pool 418.62 Ria* 1.07 Ft. I Tai I water 408.42 Alton Evening Telegraph Established January IS, ISM, Vol. CXIII, No. 162 ALTON, ILL. THURSDAY, JULY 22. 1948 Member o! The Associated Presa. Sc Per Copy. Weather Forecast Generally Fair, Cooler Friday State Opposes Henry Street | Armory Site Flooding of Area Results In ‘Thumbs Down* by Engineers Peace Hopes Brighter; Big 4 $67,103 First Appropriation 50 Rest urants Voted for Wood River Hospital Inspected; Most Given Graded Meeting on 2 Carn Damaged In Collision on East Brwdway WOOD RIVER, July 22. — Filet I appropriation of funds for operation of the new Wood River Township Hospital hat been made by Possibility of using Blair's pasture as a rite for the long discussed Alton armory was due to be taken up by the Greater Alton Association of Commerce board of directors thjj noon. After the Telegraph learned of strong leanings toward the Blair site, It also obtained from GAAC the hospital board of directors. calling for $67,103.88 in expend!- State Sanitation Engineer, lures between May I, this year. A parked car and one traveling an d April 80, 1949.    Who    Made    the    r    Ifftt The hospital building won't be west tvere damaged in the collision    _____ ________^ of the l^ter and a truck, Wed- compiled until early 1949. nesday alterman. In the 100-block 1 of East Broadway. A truck driven by Mrs Ida Stephens of 232 Lakeside, East Survey, Here The ordinance Is the first enact-ed bv    the    board.    J*- ®* Morton, sanitation en- Th.    appropriation, ortllnanr, OI •J 1 '”' “ '"* I* I 7 p * r ' m,nt ™ ... .    . ,    .    ,    th.    boartl    baa bwt p*u*tl In an- ‘    - mad, th, aurvty of , A ^ ” IIM r‘ wUh    ""J    llripallon of tax,. Th, ho.plt.l I, 9”    J 1 *”*     No ' , ■ m, 't. r • b | y     to ^    bx,or, proltnoinary to th, .doptloo br street.    The    Stumm    car    was    TT    CR/ Council of the ordinance for knorkw! attain,! th, park* .tar of *■*» “• J*?*’, "    r,*.ur.nth paid    a .hon Ralph H,r,l,r of St. I-xulx. Th, "™at W toad- lo ar*'«* vl ,„ Alton Tu ,^, y Hxrilxr oar vaa puahrd upon thr .    *    pa>m,nt    ot     r , ||ln|I on E H Kohl , c , ly unl . wrotaro^ri’K^ronke the In- sidewalk    by    the Stumm    auto which    ...... ut , on office, * n d A. J. Duffy, the form.lion that th. at.t, armory     C ,»"    , U nd    Wow,: Admlnlatratkm! -tar-     hMl . th . “ ,,lr taaa A aa al    — — — — ara# Bdl aa* I sa I •! WW Taylor Favors Aid of ‘Pink’ Housewives    Cut Meat Buying    End To Berlin At Fami Price. Near Peak Blockade Must Come First, ies and wages of administrator, secretary, bookkeeper, clerks ll-1 It was the sanitation engineer's first call here since the Alton ordinance was enacted, Kohle said, boards engineers had tu    , •thumbs down" on the Henry I police report. Street site along the riverfront-    Stumm was driving his car and not for legal, but for physical his niece. Use Bl uemleln vialling reasons.    here from Chicago, was with him. Chief Interest of the armory    Both were uninjured as was Mrs. board's engineers has been in the Stephens    i«—■ '    IT    .    '.progress qu,*tlon ut th, MlMlutPPl'. flood- R-lph Hml« WM lo th, Elk, -rub, nu™b ort* IM ■"< »"'*    tta.    f«f» Int of th, Cl,.    Club wh,n hi. clr p.rkH on th,    lh,tlB, SWM*! dlM.ry ..Lr,.. of     v yMt.rday ,v,nln*. Kohl. Col Cody. chief of consertion    north side of Broadway, was dam-    dietician, cook, waitresses, attend-     eattmJ|lpd about    50 of th «, more for the military and naval branch aged    ants and her‘employes of the fhan    #    hrre at Springfield, replied to the GAAC s Listed by the police at 10:25 dietary department, 84890: laundry ^ ^ , (ed    Issuance that on a visit to Alton and on    p. rn.. Wednesday was a parking    and housekeeping, salaries of sup-     of pcIm| „ and    mrmAinm c „ tm . inspection of the Henry' «reet lit*    mUhJP In the    ervtaor. washer. mMhtea operators.     r((| „ H( . nd    Duf( h * w h# was informed that the rite has street where a coupe, which was seamstress, maids and other em-1_______^_____t.,^!™.. „ .!,-„ seen flooded by high waters in the being hacked into a parking place pioyea, $4770; building and grounds     M    |h , W J£ h d b J *    by Joseph Rice of 15 East Third : maintenance, claries of supervisor    ’ W, J Wallace IWd by Rc<I s Offirial of ADA CharffM ny JACK KELL BHIlJkDELPHIA. July 22 U*-Sen. Glen Taylor of Idaho said it Tat Associated rasas With food prices still hovering ! close to the record hi gig President Truman plans to hand Congress an administration bill to deal with rising living costs when It convenes nest Monday. The measure Is expected to embrace to a large extent the President's anti-inflation recommends-___________    )    lions    made last November. WASHINGTON, July 22. »A** — At    f^mer is ron- Complaints from many 18-year- cerned, at lent ion has been focussed Communists T e e n - A g e r s ComplainAbout Draft Squeeze Allies Insist brarian, pharmacist, and other of- . flee employes. 89839.11; nursing. "* Mort °" f'J" 0 *? j?'™' J* salaries of the director, supervisor, JJ*    "‘""JTaylor of Idaho said    3' nc    «T U ro,"ed    high meat prices during the graduate nurses, nurse, aides,    inapertkm    now    In     todliy    that    -pink-    Communists    may     c h7nrotovolun?eiT^r    ^und ----------------- —- . progress here.            ^    out    of    a    chance    to    volunteer    for     hm|w . wtv „     w< , rr    hoMlng    down donee street. Bishop Still Is Critically 111 Having been Informed the Henry street rite has been repeatedly under water during high spring floods, Cot Cody told Secretary Kosanke there would be no use in taking borings on the property. Kosanke. at Instruction of the GAA Cs armory committee, had queried the board as to advisability of taking such borings, offering in behalf of the association to finance them. Mate's Attitude It was this query that brought out the latest trend of state 1 thought opposed to the Henry street site. Kosanke said that when the arm-r ary board engineer was reminded the federal government planned to construct a levee, which among    Bishop    James    A.    Griffin    of the other things, would protect th. site    ^"gfiHd from floods, the state engineers    flMailild    MtttagHy IU said the case called for more dis in ^l! rr(fn P ' h ‘ *. patch than that; and that the state    Bishop    Griffin,    ^bo ls 65. was could no, watt for commotion ot ’■ k »"    <«    «•*    •-»"*>    H, the levee before Marting the arm-ory—lf Alton were to have one State men were without Information that work already had been started on one phase of the levee. Also under way Is grading work for the power plant east of town which will depend to some extent upon the levee'! protection. In view of all these varying reasons given by several branches of th# state government for not using overran the curb and humped  ---.        1    .    .    , pork* ..dx,, of Wxtt.r St.rk of    j"    ^c tru^k dri^rTy.rd Wood Rivor.     mrn . , nd „, h , r    on,.    f'>; *^k t. L.k. o..^r .. ?^d Reported to th, d.p.rtm,n, .I ploy , A ,-,7u    ^*.*»^    .*?■”*« ?“ IU V r *" W 3:50 p. rn., was a collision at    v. r « v salaries of X-rav techni-     1 r ”f re “ **    h** 1    hoped. Broadway and Dorris between a * r “*-     r    * y . , , Morton s visit, said Kohle, gave tiroaaway ana worn* o«nw«*n a clan and laboratory technician.    *    „ p “von by Guy W. Munn et S1SOO; ul . rl r, pxtholoittM $900.    ***     ln y t< ” J® 1 ® * Krr * n ’ —    ^    ro,ntit,noloKt«t $900, board mer*- nl .    .    .    .    .    . by Andrew KoMrh.r of WIT H*tt- , lloo o,..,,    ,«».     t( r    ..TS ° tat $fOOO;.uppllM. laundry d„*rt. I"> purchase* The wholesale meat market slipped a bit from the record highs U. Sa MPi* Drive Into Ruft*ian Zone by Mistake ar rat associate* swats President Truman said today ha thinks the chances of world peace are excellent. Diplomatic sources in Moscow support the new third party    mmrvix*    llkelv to- he refuse* to renounce their back- nuHtarjr serviro seemed likely to tnK    day to get attention at the special Th, Idaho mo.,or. running for vice-president on the Henry Wal- *    of    Chairman Gurney lace ticket, made this statement at    <R-8D» of the Senate armed serv- a news conference shortly after    ‘<*e» committee said he already has Americans for Democratic Action    asked Secretary of Defense For- <ADA! had charged that Com-    retal for a report on pebble munlsts are using the new party    changes In the Selective Bervie# ss a tool.    Act. Arriving here for the party's first Thousands of the teen-agers Patton, president of the National will agree lf the U S.. Britain or convention opening officially to-    Jammed recruiting stations yester-    Farmers' Union — called on Mr    France proposes such talka morrow. Taylor told reporters he    day to sign up for a one-year term    Truman to urge that his message    jn r> Truman declined to    eom- doean’t think there are very many    In the armed forces, thus avoiding    to the special session of Congress     n »ent on the Berlin cririt. Hi will Communists actively engaged In    a draft call for 21 months service    include recommendations for price    twlk later in the day with    Gen. of ism week. but first indication.     tor    a fourpower .meeting on Germany seem bright- rn     P    *    *r now than at any tim. Mn th. tnt retail lev# .    Berlin crisis began five weeks age* And not only consumers were whan thf , RuMl(int blockaded rail, perturbed about the high cost of road and barge routes, Tbs Mnames t. A farm leader — James G. cow dispatch said Ruaaia probably the Wallace movement. Pink Communists Defined Taylor defined a “pink" Corn- secure m.»t $90ft >waak-Pln. $300. of. , „ r „ d hl , a tkw $90R laboratory MOO. X ray Hall    Mid    Kobla.    whoa Pi' .2^ ! . ,*Mni Ur ‘ *'    .    <"•"> S.ulngfl.ld to High- W" 0 -     ot    land    to att.nd a Ltrtc, mttll,, I utilities, gas $159.27, telephone;    lasprsTrmi    iii    Noted h.lpful Information Th, mtmW a. Ona who ballow. In th. damocmtt, prorMM. and a .hang, «» *" WI. ag, br.rkat now by evolution Instead of revolution. Communism has been the main subject of talk at this gathering of the "new party" followers. Wal- when they turn 19. However, controls cm meats and other basic Lucius D. Clay, U. S. military gov-Congress mid only 161.000 may be commodities    amor    in    Germany, who was accepted during the next year— Wholesale food volume held roiled for consultation, and there are an esttmat d 1.200,- Heady during the week at a very high level. The President endorsed fully tim *645. water |l02t>. electricity I19J0 Koh)# Mid , ha| ha h>d    no    lace    and    others    have    hit    the    arrest recent tabulation as to the exact Communist leaders, number of inspections thus far car- SPRINGFIELD, July 23t    - Meanwhile selective service of- in many sections of the country statement of Secretary af Stats Brills sped preparations to start 1 local supplies of vegetables In- Marshall that the II. S. intends registering those men 19 through creased and large quantities were to exhauM every retouroa of dip-25 who will be subject to a draft Available at moderate prices    (ornery to solve the Berlin quest tow roll.    I-..-    ah.iR.    im th* •Mi prevent World War in Mar- Registration will begin Aug. Kist reduced the price of blitter    " W<l>    *** Even as Wallace lashed out at I    and continue through Sej»i. 18.    3 cents    a pound at    retail on Wed-     n I Tied out. but 'that, a. anVfT-ha'nd I «he indictment of 12 Communist,    with induction of qualified men    need as    atoCS estimate, he thinks by time the    by a federal grand Jury In New    lo atari at tome later date.    Rut    at the aam# time. milk     B#vm ,nUI PSMWMW Britain    will round of inspections is completed    York. the ADA said through MaJ. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, na-'    producers Bald they    would raise the about 90 percent of the eating    J* m e* Loeb Jr., its executive sec-    lienal selective service director,    price of    milk a cent    a quart In New Places will hold A-grade ratings, rot My. that:    gave and IO percent B ratings    “Mr.    Wallace'*    candidacy ‘for it will    be Ort. I, at th# earnest. I would bring milk prims to a record Kohle    accompanied the state    president) does not obscure    the    before the first inductee    dons    hts    high    of    24    cents    a    quart    In    Morea __engineer    when the state survey    fact that the Comnrmleia    and    khakis The    law provides that    In-    and    2514    centi    for    hernia    delivery. Two paUvnla. Ill of pollomyrtltl. ' ““    '*?. No«mb,r. a»d ,h«r ^labcr.toM au.t^th. mMn -turtle*. o«, ho. .an bafor. Sap!. |    --- in    thr    isolation    denaitmrnt    of    st    tolerated    • statement he made    |*olk-l#a and word the major    pro-    22. Anthony's Infirmary today were * w #*k ago that there has been nouncements of this party."    Hershey    told    a new* conference reported show mg Improvement , and * fr ** ! improvement in restaur- Attack lUy Net be Delivered he expects the army to tell him the    mother    of    one.    Sandra Laugh-    f nl _    general re*-    There was some doubt that    this    st leek 90    days ahead    of time Un. loll and fuel $1000, total $4744.77. 2 Children 111 DfPoliomyelilis S. of 609 Easton, had hopes tfMM* oakjKioiIS Knot the survey troniml atucki reared for deliv- when and w here ii want! men ---—    —    ~    umbers    But    aa yet army haan't issued its that her daughter would not auf-    «" onth *    »«o.    This    bowing    before    the committee which Is in what numbers But aa yet. fer any paralysis.    Iff    bettawnaBt    in    conditions    con-     drafu    ,     pllt{orm for the Wal-' Mid. th# has been head of the diocese for 25 years More Rain Due Today; F riday Will Be Fair the Henry street site, an attempt! was mad# a year ago to obtain a    *    -" conference of representatives from The weatherman gave a tentative i«uiniin i»pu$i-n.    --- --------- —    vane# all branches of the government    In-,    forecast of a fair Friday although    j The Utile girl is responding to    •JJJ* whw *     th *    **cond aemi-an-     |>tlh| ter cai cd in the armory.    more thundershower* are pre-    treatment, Mrs Laughlin laid, and     nL,al    mspectum is    made next win- The oian was to atiaighten    out    dieted for today. Highest temper-    appears to be making satisfactory     , * r *     11 i# to    ** required that M»y| lr - Iftf . i^o- theat questIons and determine how .tare predicted for today is near program toward recovery.    I unaatiafactory condition, found not back down on demands for lifting the Berlin blockade as a said earlier the three    wetter* powers have agreed tentatively ie widen negotiations with Russia lo include several other    Genoa* problems la Berlin, th# Russians arrest ad lure U, S. military policemen wk* drove by "mistake" into tbs Bullion son*. The provost    markka) said “we are in rontart with Uhs Russians now and expert that the# will be ie leased soon ' Ravia Matts Btoskads Bavin told the House af mons: "It is Impossible for a astf rn* Ford Agrees lo £| 13c Hourly Hike Laughlin reportqd. serious the objections were, wa that local authorities could go to work seriously on whichever ones proved to require work The effort to obtain this conference failed. City Hint Provide Bit* any paralysis Sandra, daughter of Mr. and ,,nu, ’ , appar**! as me present city | lac# convention meeting here to- eau.    i    DETROIT.    Mich.,    July    22,    - Mrs James Laughlin, has been a    program    proceeds,    he     m0 rrow, would ever be delivered Hershey added that tha method a i.Vcent an hour wage increase patient at th# infirmary for a a *“'    fm malty.    -    of selecting men for Induction has fur 116,(kin CIO production workweek, and so far there has been Kohl# added that lh# city health „ h t dl( | n -|    from    not been decided, and probably ara today erased a national strika no    paralysis    of    her    limbs    Mrs    department    nevertheless    expects     oul hlB testimony in    ad-    won t be until    nevi week He    in-   *--- - —* * w * *—*    **-•— MUI    further h.M.rm.„,    h.    !»•"'»$ «“ “•     n >    -U,.,,*    , h ,    2V Publicity agents for the ADA,    year-olds first    and    than working which lists former pries ad min is-    downward, but    left    the door open ,v. founo    i*‘«tor. Leon Hendei*>n, as it.    to •return to    the    lottery attern. „ ___  found    at ' chalrn an jAid Loeb had been in*    lf that system is    used, he said. Another    child,    Kathleen    Morgan, lf** 1 *    tine be    corrected by    the    next j viled    by telegram to testify    be-    there can    be    no classification    of .    ^    ^    ^ platform committee    until    after the registration is It was up to Rexford Guy Tug- completed. Franklin D, Th# engineering department's; during th# 24-hour period end objection to the flooding, despite tha Imminence of the federal govern manta levee project, Is a new 90 degrees while the lowest Friday ____ _________________ Is expected to 1 be approximately    4, daughter of Mr. and    Mrs. WH-     |r **pection,    the    penalty being a 70 degree*. With more rain ap-    Ham Morgan of Lincoln avenue,    POMlbl#    degrading, patently scheduled for this after- Route I, suffered a more severe    " noon and svening. the rainfall    attack of the disease.    She has mark for July now «ands at 5.12    been at the infirmary    for three Inches after an additional .88 Inches    weeks approach, though it was brought up before as a possible objection. State Armory Board spokesmen announced recently that Alton mutt provide an armory Alf speed- j tly, or th# appropriation for th# Alton armory would ha turned over ta soma other community with a national guard company—and a kit. Another stat# spokesman, however, reminded that opponents of the state armory hoard's revenue bond program still had tim* to ask th# The heavy and continuous rains L’ #ta , IT C n-„M„,Lnt« In the area have resulted in further r ™ 1 ' Uf P f,U,Pm ’‘ and greater ria# In the Mississippi    leaving Berlin Ares river. At 7 a. rn today the stage well, once one of Roosevelt'* brain trust, and tha platform committee he heads whether Loeb would be allowed to testify. Wallace, due here tomorrow to take over personal leadership of ...........-........his    new    party, criticised th# In- CHICAGO, July 22 UU Thun- dict mint of Communist leaders in dersiorms accompanied bv stiff New York Storm Damages Illinois Crops below th# dam stood at 7.94 feet, - rmy headquarters said today only    • <ron *pan!#d    by    ----- an Increase of 1,07 feet over the iqo American dependents have left *     mo **    sections    of    the    He    said it is interesting sn stage at the sam# time Wednesday. Bertin in six months for reason. * l#l f ** r,y ,od * y d ‘*™PWn« pow- highly significant that theta Red UgtMnlnt Ox rn.,.. Ho,.,, rthV thin    or    «•">•*<»»    "op.    In    I    Ma,    ox    ov.r    <h.    px«    two    >«r. Lightning caused damage to the home of Mr# Josephine G. Shaft, 1700 Central, The bolt struck the chimney, dislodging bricks; shattered a window pane, and broke the platter In two second-floor i rooms. This was th# second time In a fer. some areae    have    been    timed    to    silence    oppo- Officers estimated this amounted     h ‘*     lo    *     th *    aition    to    new    turns    in    the    bi    party. to about IOO famlliee There now WCWUsr-Jackson Ville area. Com* get-tough foreign policy, are 862 families at occupation and munlc * tio *» Unes were down near Tha Communist party said the military government personnel in Jacksonville Several small Ares indictments were part of a frame-Bertin, a total of 1627 dependent# occurred in Decatur when electric up" to embarrass Wallaces new has u lr *s were snapped, overloading party. Alton Quota of 18 - Year - OM* Two for July A quota system has been set up tor th* one-year army and air force# enlistment plan for lt-yaar-olds, 8/Sgt. Paul Bult, public relations officer for the Alto* recruiting station, said today. threat again at th* Ford Motor Co.    government    to    sit dew* Climaxing more than 21 hours And discus* these thing* who* your °* n " r 'y continuous negotiation, ,,^     cut    off    from    noirnaJ the CIO United Auto Workers cotmnuntrAiions and 2300,000 peo-also won increases In premium ^ ^ being used to put pressure pay, vacation improvement# and    to    com# to a decision " a group insurance plan rovtkom ,    ^ Lucm p ^ th9 * The un I on aminated the** nmjiary governor In Germany, and fir! fife b#n#f!t« would tots! if); Ambittidor ft nil# rf Murphy additional SH to 4 cent. an hour ^Tmund of swift conferenro. I* Th# IAW-CK) aleo estimated ^Aahington. Th* outepolum Clay the annual increased coin to Ford WM put under wrap* tmmediateiy. of the new cqptrartat $32,000,000. T ln(ormAflU hav , .* pr eaa#d The firm made no eel I mate    .once rn over reoorta from Gar- I >ct ai is of the rev land contract,     ovm    threats    to    us*    force Hi which expires July , 11, were >(|    |ft    breek    a    blockade. ie\*aleo jointly ay tile union ann    p ro bnbiy    would    atari    a shoot* the company. tn« war. Th* Soviet proas la Berlin said Clay had beta rerotted for a reprimand for hi* "ahart-sighted policies." There wa* na in Waatilnften Publish inn Heiress Willd $2.5 Million to Ohio CitY     thli .     J    j dispatches. . NEW YORK, July » UP) Ut- Th* U. 8. France and Britain Sgt. Suit explained that mere    ^    uthopolle, Ohio, found    itself    had under et ady a new nett at will b# only 1«1,<MJ0 enlistments    ujsqojXX) richer today,    protect they wit) send ta the Krem- under th# plan, apportioned In th# uthopolia — population SM — Ital demanding anew that tha Untrod Stat#*, Alaska, Hawaii,     w )||    ^ rn* money from th#    aetat*    blockade be lifted. It probably Puerto Rico, tho V irgin Islands,    ^     Mrl Mabel Wagnalls    Jon*#    will not be sent until Franca aeta Th# Allan Army officials said there .........—$-.—.    ..     m    ,    __    .    .    ^_ been a substantial r#duc*ion in th* other circuit#    The    them#    song    of    th#    new    end I 8. territory# * w Anon wf jt#r, pianist and daughter of a a new govemment Illinois SuDretro'"'court • t9W w00kt thmt »* htnin * struck I number of dependent fsmilte* in Sum# of the promikng corn trop , perty-Ukely to be formally named station hex MSB assigned a qutrta     ot    , h#    Funk    A    Wagnalls,    Marie    Hark.    ParUament tlkey tm . mJJ* ct     ,hr Slu, ' , hf " n ' *    ' 4 ~ k ‘    **°    IR-,    Im    bu, ,hrtmu« dx„.rtur„    by    .md.    xxd<H,h.r    th.    th.    or July ubddr UM'*»•««#«»    tim,    MidlM.,    ut    Jo.,,™ Addr. Mud. Th# Supreme Court's recent de- Mfbtnlng caused draperies to     frtjmi reduction* in th* heavy rains in Macon county "People#- party cropped oui rn It* | [ or _™* » lr fo,c * and on# ***** The money will be used In th# |wretted with the problem ot st • ri«mn unhoidine th# irmorv‘wnoulder.    I    military    government    staff and Farmers expressed fear that some yet uncompleted platform £}, power tc^ lasue the honS     M fhat T 1 " 4 Whi " H ,0 ‘*    *»^rnmcnt xx## .b,M MMM! ti.,.,,,, #,r lowed the fifht deluge of rain «,|f, «, rfc to western Germany tree bi ant he* at           —...... llvtly, and wax (oIIowmI by ,hx brough, do^n xrmury’. buxrd p,«,u,e for hx.H' P 0 *" 1 ** 11    #•    *“»•     A ‘ I4on,l ‘    Cl    ti    I IX p,«ur>n, , u, hr,    |xnd Wx,bid*,uu . y.xn, b,.„ i, V rn lur ( hewing W ,m„I   __ fell from a shade tie# so as to ob- *    ,    .    .    #-».    *i    it    tx    .1 struct the ttre«t. The street de- Ulus (O UUlp I Udtl) IT C Mao f iv# t -> \ Million partinent was notitt-d so th# tref- CHICAGO, July 22    -    The ,a '    '*     >,l,,lon    fit way could be t lejred as early ax satisfaction which 2-yror-old Mort- subways were flooded end some hie running partner, have formal-roads were Mocked.    ly accepted their cut and dned Oats damage ut the mort serious nominations in a lo* a1 ball park _____—m-trn* —----   1    in Shelby County, said Farm Ad* Saturday night. For New Deem Ii tier possible. At 2210 Virginia, some | im<,f HL ‘>dle (<nmd rn chewing on vimf Glen    Shelbyville.    Taylor’s    arrival t«»d*y wa* to j. WASHINGTON, July 22. iA** — wires were blown down and polit* "t** 1 "** # hT*n . y * We,(1 *> ** An extra crow of line repairmen signal th# start of formal connie Maritime Comm 1 anon may notified Union Electric Co.    the cause or hi* death    was sent to Decatur from Bloom- ventlon activities contribute up to $25,000,000 toward The storm broke about 4:15 a., rh# child »'*>""■« ’***»•»> |ngto« to repair disrupted electric Wallaces axwrtion in his ttaie-the cost of a new U. S. ocean linei rn , according to the police nota-    ‘p*,.x, n fi v    Im    *.    One# but power company spokes- merit that "th# present ktuation half th* sis# of Britain's Queen lion, and the wind and electrical JJJJf    "7     d    "    '    men said compltt# service could makes it essential tor th# adnUn- Eliiab#th. but Just as fast and hold- disturbance came a bit later. Th#     he    f . hew#d    Th#>n    hf    ^    not be ro.tored before tonight. A JjTOttTO ro Cl^f#*^rou|^* ...    vosterdav    i.*.*d     4U1 *11 industrial plant at Deiatur continued aeries or crises smnn ___    poisoning"    from the paint on th# *•* km>cked out temporarily by some support in Republican quart Continued on Page I, Cal.'*.    ^    Dr.    Stephen    Panaarella.    *«*««•*     ,ft rec ruit    I    Wagnalls    memorial    building    at    {tainiag a majority in Parliament. of the crop was lost. Oats and I Platform I# be Adapted Sunday In the Fast St. Louis recruiting    built    la    1925    by    His    Former Socialist Premier leon wheat also suffered some damage    Th# ‘abundance, freedom and    si#*. «»f wMch Alton ll a part, and     Jontfa and tor ^) lo iarahi|>t in eel-    Blum was mentioned as possitt# farmers said.    peace” platform won’t be formally    *hirh include* a population of     muwc and a ,i M hoots    foreign minister succeeding Geor- Decatur reported I 55 Inches of    Adopted until Sunday, after Wal-    about SUOJIOO, the quota is 61 fur    | Rhaprjia, 15 mil#* southeast of    ge* Hidault. whoa# agreement with rain in an hour and a half. Street j lace and Sen. Gen. Taylor of Idaito,    (th* period from July it to Aug.     r4l)unRbut< , t mainly m farming and    the western Allies on western tier- continued en Pnge S. Col. I. » frog mill centai. Painless Convention Hotel Martjuee Only Indication Wallace Party is Meeting ing almost as many passengers thermometer A spokesman said Last night that shows that a the United States Lines has asked the commistion to put up pari of the vessel s $65,000,000 construction cost. A decision it expected within two week# he said Th# new American vessel would take about SO months to build. at the Telegraph many aroused French fear# The secretary genera! el the Socialist party In Italy said the alliance of hie party with lbs Communist no longer exist* Premier Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia in an eight-hour speech sa 4 tim Russian led Conuaform conspired to start civil war la Yugoslavia and almost succeeded He rejected the Comtnform “slanders" ! in which he was accused of bring hateful to Russia arri leaving the party line. 5 Sets of Twins Born iii 26 Days at St. Joseph s Hospital Bv KEI JHA hi MOMIN    (hardly    a    head to turn PHJ I .A DEI.PHIA, Pa. July 22, AW this contrasts sharply with    ,    ,    .    ~_____ ...    ,    .    .    ,    _    „ .    .    *    .MM____tm     a i    w.— I uh Gideon's Ormy la here, ahiv* th* clatter and clang af th# war*    7*    . Nearly an inch of rain fell la an    Gov. Thomas E Dewey of    now    ttauahterin*    nor* aooearina before the plat-    Commualtt# to follow th* Mal Kist h„ur I. OktMMA tloodtB, .UU. turk. <•« vat MMU nom- ! '"* ,‘*~7 .    i    ^ ‘ ,Z‘ rn    P-U-rtu H. hull", bm., warm t    ,    rr    R    u'„^nv*.x“'n"x\:x    IMl'nLTuS^SuH-i    Am,TI,xx -    ^3 Ieiegieph unut to Jackson- l,,g ,    .    •     fh    »    _,    _    blockade    portrait    of    Henry    Wallace who imperialism," and “colonialism ’    ^ Tx    *,    «    h    rn end Ville was dial opted for four and a Bertin **'***}** r “‘ “ d ‘    '    first    gave it that name. But so They also ran fuil-tilt against <*id not backstop on HlfB# half hours and telephone service wipphe* had teat tied a new dakar that* in alniiifef nrit hiflK Sa is* I FrxxHi Snala ■ ,mrf 11ioitvn Ireland. I Akf (I.rafts wailed for 40 minute# for a aborter period Telegraph crtws point „       .    —    service also was interrupted at Dewey conferred    _    __________ Birth of five sets of twins in th# bora. They were Harry and Urry.^ Taylorville.    /    K    St.    asea,    ™    in"    Phit'.del    j    Ala"    There ai#' no i Hawaii, and the eentinent of Af.of attacking S>. i.n poet ions la past 26 da vs at    St Joseph s    Hosp!-    anni of    Mr. and    Mr#    Harry Lift-    Some crop damage was leparted    •*'"•». J 1 * c 'I. -ril*r.    J.,    crowds    on th# sidewalk# and no    lira.    « otUl Retesting. lh# country, Grand Dragon adv ft    tai is believed    to have set    a new    bach of    Giafton;    and    Corether and    near Chatham and in th# Neoga    “on,motion puinsrie# I ber#    ti     Ja|(lg #lt her on the fine    Neither Rustta aor the present    hewever. genet ally vs* quiet un* ATLANTA Jul> 22 ‘A* The record for multiple births at the Ore* her, daughters©! Mr. and Ms x mrs    ample    si    gns    t’ia    'r ‘    ***    ‘    wide    sn    eel#    or    in    the hotel lobbies snuatl-n in Berlin were men t inned der the new United Nations u ut*. kKK to Initiate 1000, ate it*mid dicate that another convention, the embattled Indonesia, sad th# Kl- •    aati-aircraft BttW* Wissota HHV- third within a month, has oj»en#d uation la Armenia, the Ukiaine, ‘c* fired. Syria accused the Jew* KU Kiux Kian laid plans today for hospital Cleves!ei Smith, 2704 Amelia Power was d.stapled at Joliet Some of the oldest employes at UP their difficult lex Stassen was to have volunteered to I wark for Even at Convention Hail, where < ta this global search for alleged — —    •*•     |rwlk    Mann *    f    whoa    two    electric    transformers    I     f#t> y t f d    .’.".TLIL*    the    party    platform    committo*    ta    I    tai    Just ice#    .    ^    .. th# hospital were unable to recall 715 G,ov *    P*ront»    of    * rr *    snuck    by    hgiamng    Tao    * org to * j!*    st    work    there    ate    nun#    news-    Across    the    corridor,    in    the    mala    (    ll    I    dlig    Directing Detent prematurely and after their re-(served as an emergency transmit moxa! to the premature baby clin- ting station, ic at Baft! St. Lout# one of the ——   —— ---- bunn** died    I    Bapt    lets    Moving    ta    Decatur A *oa and daughter,    the    only    DECATUR, July    22.    Stale   w    __   ...    _____ twins of mixed sex, were born July headquarters of Illinois baptist would be on hand to welcome Use     man    °*    Godfrey.    Born June    Ti    the    jg to Mr. and Mr# Jack Camp-    Association which    have    been at new members into the invisible    •»*#•     w9r *    WTOd David and    Dan-    hell of 1924 Bette The    boy    was    Carbondale for 25    year*,    will be empire ' which was resurrected    given the name of Foul    Clin    and    moved hero as ar*rn ss    suitable after World War L P *'U‘ T After    coft,,r,rn, De.,, told    -J 4 ^ 4 ^     4h *     h **' U ’*‘    **    «    | a mammoth cross burning and ia ItiaHnn ates- Stone mmmtouL ' the hospital wort unable to rgcatt i 713    ttroot    wwpo    paronts os (were struck ay lightning, Yiro I    ^ ^eek, throo Mfg more aews- The Klans grand dragon, Dr any other time in the history of tvM " daughter* Jane and Janue. failure knocked out the polk# re-    k?.'     Ad    t    .    papertnen    and pointmen than coavention hall, workmen patted Mamuel Green, said the ceremony    me hos|>itai when theie had    been born July 15 The bable* were born dit» syttem until a sftnt car    .    _    ...    wiihiu.tfii th* kaaria — tomorrow night would brott a new     so many multiple births, and "the most peculiar cross you    ^ one lT ^ fivt wli *     mU . over taw" and 1000 new Kiana-1 ^    ^ "‘ho predicted that all told some    FW of the five art* were    twin mm to 9000 Kinsmen in robe*    ««• <* Mr, and Mr# Elmer_Wltt i, u . ----a-- xx,„«*-«'iare open to th# public,    {the    old parties rot, th# people have " ,'h, Hei’Ublit xx,    ,he    Ber-     T *>*    viable    M«n.    ,u    dexule    .    be    beerd    ,htou*h ■ ha utusliDii and others Uke it     lh * i >r " M?n,e ot Gideons    army aie    new party Henry Wallace . rim W, rid'"!?handled rib\he     on ,ht ‘    '>< «»«*    Bollavue-* I asked a delegate if he    had greatest of care and the highest    let rot lord Hotel wMch Is ttudded    heard anything from lh* people Awm f skill **    with standards calling tor proc#, who appeared today. Wattnngtro ' reports md.caled    *bund.me. frrodmn    “You ha t exp^.1 lo hem    any- Pr est dent Trait.sn was si'ending a A P 0 ®**** On July T, two aril of twins aero tho pri wan named Paula Lynn office s<>a<e eta he (mind. Caatiaued a* Page I, (ai, f. A poeiatti* loudspeaker, adver-1 thing * he said, mopping a damp tiring tho arrival Friday of Mr. brow Sa, if by chance you do, Wallace and Senator Taylor, caused I you're just that much Of $hai!»r« Capital NANKING, July 22, Ah - Generalissimo Oblong Kai-Shek flew to Communist-encircled Taiyuan today to dliect the defense of that Shansi provincial capital. Taiyuan, tai northwaat China ha# for nearly rn work boro under attack by strong Red torero estimated Ie numb#! about UWM**) Its southern airport has fatten.