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3 Jun 1944

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3 Jun 1944

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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Alton, Illinois River is i m i or ii Jln i a a a a St Lehl m 22 8 it. Pool 4i9 2< ss2. I Tail Waler 418.24 flu a f on evening Telegraph established january 15, 1s36 5c per copy Alton i ul., saturday june 3, 1944 member of the associated press weather forecast fair warm showers sunday realty transfers set record assessors report discloses More the. To of a. Feti collected to Date Eriv a Little More thin to 2 remain for i he a Merit of in Alton. Collector Krug or further conference v Ith the treasurer announce i today fhe a a tuesday in 20, far completing the town tip col Ion he will need at least a he for close and listing the books and b closing la felons As of june 20 he will a Luje of turn in his b oks at of unto treasurers of Fie at end the month. More than $400,000 of the t Alton township tax now has Best col a. When the office clo., purity afternoon said in the a negate banked since cd letting sited was just $400 Short of the Hoo too Mark. This re resents m0rf than half the total o $74 Oso in current taxes Char cd on the Alton books in round cures Friday receipts amounted $21, because printed slips end Sod tax Bills said that first i install int of real estate taxes would Iii delinquent of of Jun Many property owner Are confuse i said Krug and Are under a min pure a Mon that a penalty alr4dy is due. This la not the Cand and pure will be no interest c Aries m.i4� on any payments up t time the local collection closes Juie 20. The printed tax rate statements Krum explained had to be a int cd Long before the extensions a i the Hooks were completed. The note the statutory delinquent Dat but i his was suspended by a Itse a fluent opinion of the attorney Gen i end that property owners must Nave at least to Days after i Bills were mailed before a penalty roil id i he assessed Alton Bills were called May 17 and property liners wifi has until june 20 a pay without a penalty. In Yerty taxes Krug added Are not subject to ii tall went payments but must repaid in Lump sum before be begin to close the books two weeks next tuesday. Invasion weather London june 3, up a after a sunny Dawn Banks of Clouds moved across the Dover Strait today from the English to the French coasts As a Light northerly Breeze rippled the smooth sea. Visibility was Good and the temperature at 9 a. In. 3 a. In. Alton time was 61 degrees showing Little change during the night the barometer was steady. West Wall hit twice in Day Tito churchill9 son elude Nanis it id to Bari Italy May 29 a related apr German troops said to have been personally directed by fwd marshal Erwin Rommel warmed into the bosnian headquarter of marshal Tito on Flay 25 in an attempt to capture the j yugoslav partisan Leader but Tito had fled More than an hour before Partaka sources disclosed today in a no Stuka dive bombers Para i trooper. Glider borne infantry and ground forces the germans a estimated at five divisions a found by Al Stix Bealmear London june 3, apr u. S heavy bombers struck twice at nazi coastal fortifications in the Pas de Calai and Boulogne areas of France today carrying on the non Stop Aerial assault of Europe now under intensified pressure after the shuttle raid to russian bases. Flying two missions from Britain for the second Day a Force of 250 flying fortresses and libera tors with equally Strong escort hit coastal emplacements in the mom lug and similar fleets roared Back in the afternoon to the same area these West Wall fortification were hit Friday in their heaviest Daylight pounding of the War and 500 Raf bombers attacked the West Wall defences and crumbling German rail facilities last night the Day right attacks sent the air offensive into its 16th Day. Today s raiders hurled probably 1500 tons of explosives on this Atlantic Wall Section for a total of about 4500 tons smashing Down in the last 24 hours on this area closest to Britain. Rounding off a Day which brought an epochal shuttle raid by american bombers to new russian bases and two heavy bomber attacks on France from Britain by Daylight the Raf night bomber Fleet dubbed German defences along the Channel coast and again attacked the great Trappe railway Yards on the outskirts of skit Force of Raf Mosquito attacked the chemical Center of Leve Kusen in Germany near Cologne a frequent target of rec at attacks Aud other formations Laid mines in enemy Waters. Seventeen British planes were missing from the night operations and at least seven German fighters were shot Down the air ministry announced. Allied bombers based in India attacked objectives at Giurgiu a romanian City on the Danube River last night. Planes of the Mediterranean Allied air Force hew 2700 sorties individual plane flights yesterday. The 1944 assessment now being completed by township assessor Gorman Marks close of biggest year of real estate Transfer that Alton Ever has known. The situation is an apparent reflex of the wartime housing Scarcity and realty deals it has stimulated. Never before said Gorman has the local assessor been called on to note so May changes of ownership on the assessment books. Already More than 600 such changes have been entered and there is in hand a list of perhaps 50 More remaining for attention said Gorman. Actually the number of real estate transfers is far More than the 600 to 700 which will be entered by the Alton assessor said Gorman for his list does not include ownership changes entered at Edwardsville. After the assessment books Are returned each year to old Wardsville ownership changes that have not been directly reported but which Are brought to Light in a Check by the county treasurer at the county recorder office also Are entered. The assessor gets a big Rush of Calls to change ownership listings when tax payment time arrives. New owners finding recently purchased property still in name of the old owner on the tax trills or Sellers who receive a Bill no longer applying to them Are reminded to Call on the assessor and have the property relisted under the actual owners name. Assessor Gorman still is at work on the personal property canvass but Hopes soon to Complete it so he can close the books for return before end of the month to Edwardsville the House to House canvass he said has been retarded by difficulty of finding property owners at Home cards Are left in such instances but few Are calling on the assessor in return As the cards request and the situation is one in which Gorman and his Deputy Are having to make make return Calls in Effort to find the a interviewed property owners. Ration boards office hours to be altered Survey shows need change Bivens announces for pfc. Arnold Brandt wounded in Italy mrs. Bertha Brandt of 2351 Central received notice thursday from the War department Hilt her son pie. Arnold Brandt had been slightly wounded May 12 in action in Italy. Brandt who has been overseas since last new years Day was inducted into the service two years ago last May. His injury was incurred five Days after his birthday As a result of a Survey showing that Large numbers of Consumers Call at the offices of Alton War Price and rationing Board Early la the morning Abd few requests for service Are received in the late afternoon the office will be open from 8 30 a. In. To 3 p. Rn., beginning tuesday. Chairman Al Bivens said today. Former hours were 9 a. In. To 4 p. In. Many workers Call at the ration office after working the night shift and have been forced to wait until 9 a. In. For the office to open. In contrast workers on the afternoon shift do not finish in time to reach the office before it doses Bivens said. It also was announced that interviews with Price specialists from the opa District office will he conducted Here tuesday beginning at 9 30 a. In. Instead of 10 30. As w As announced yesterday. Merchants wishing to Confer with the specialists on ration problems ran make appointments by calling the Price panel clerk at the local Board. S clerks needed the opa is seeking three additions to the personnel of the Alton Board. A chief clerk and two panel clerks All full time paid employees Are needed to fill vacancies. Women Over 30 with previous experience in office work can meet civil service requirements for the positions As panel clerks. Preference will be Given wives of servicemen. The Board seeks an sex service Man or a retired or Semi retired but still Active person for the position of chief clerk. Candidates must have had previous business experience. Volunteer helpers also Are needed to assist with rationing transactions. Persons. Interested in part time Volunteer work Are urged to Call the ration office and offer their services. Huger certificate delayed the Board is two weeks behind in issuing Canning sugar certificates. Bivens said today because of a shortage of forms needed for these transactions but a new Supply is expected soon. Allies break through Rome defense line in Many places Ras Cive . I no German soldiers in Lei is air bases for Rome Berlin declares is drive to join shuttle raids across Reich fortress land in soviet Union after raid on Romania special Loans for he partisan Leader had escaped to it a to to it Swul i ice the mountains along with Laj. Ivou la Tao Randolph Church son of the British prime Mir or. Virtually All other i Allied officer attached to Tirol j staff also escaped. Two Allied t respondents Stotts Inbi Chevice h of time life a so Fortune magazines John Talpt Reuters and two photographers captured by the nazis Bat pm Mehevic escaped later during i partisan attack. I its million Tonto food Lent leased to Britain London june 3. Tax food pow a Wuthe i nned states Britain under lend lense now i it it 4,750.000 tons valued at about ?66�?T2�?T food administrator 1 a a announced today. Ric a items were canned so and fish 500,000 tons lard on. 333.000 cheese Lare fruit 333,000 dried Jug. To Somo t Annex milk too legion Hief to visit fan Fie Battle area Chicago june 3 at Farmers in 00 Illinois and Missouri counties designated by Secretary of agriculture Wickard will be offered special damage Loans for restoring property damaged by floods and windstorms this year. The Loam will be made through local farm Security administration offices. The counties in Illinois were Alexander Pulaski Jackson. Randolph Jersey St Clair Green Schuyler Brown Pike Scott Cass Monroe Madison and Calhoun. Batista praised for fair cuban election Havana. June 3. It up it president Goering got part russian reaction to in. S. Forts a very big new York. June 3, in a this was the reaction of two russian soldiers who watched american four engined bombers Circle the new american a somewhere in Russia according to a cabled report today by lbs first Soldier a big Quot second Soldier Quot very big a then they slapped each other on the Back. By Eddy Gilmore East Kra command u. S. Strategic air Force somewhere in Russia june 3, in Strong formations of american flying fortresses and Mustang fighters escorts have landed at secretly i spared american bases in Russia after bombing romanian targets accomplishing West East bombing of Hitler fortress for the first time and establishing joint offensive operations with the red air Force. The historic operation completed yesterday was disclosed to be the fruition of a Long Range Amer Iran w Ould ban lend Aid to countries not in fighting Washington. June 3 in the House tentatively wrote into the $3,920,070,000 lend lease Urra appropriation Bill today a ban against use of any lend lease funds for Quot any nation whose troops have not been engaged in actual rattle participation in the present War a the ban was contained in an amendment offered by representative Calvin Johnson right who said it was aimed at the expenditure of United states fund on Soma South american republics who although they have declared War against the Axis have furnished no troop for actual fighting. Ii was adopted by a Teller vote of 82 to 14, with most democrats not voting on the apparent As sumption they would be Able to defeat the amendment later on e Roll Call vote. Dewey Rebuff called error Allied Headquarters. Naples june 3, of a the Allied command in Italy pledged every j precaution to safeguard Rome in 1 a statement today following Pope j plus plea that the City be spared but declared its Fate Lay in the hands of the germans a that they would be ousted by Force if they defended the capital. A Berlin broadcast quoting a foreign office spokesman declared the italian capital is free of German armed forces. Quot on the German Side every 8th take Ana tii americans occupy of. Castellar to by Noieam Norgaard Allied Headquarters Naples. June 3, to a Allied forces thing has been done for months to i have Quot broken through enemy to preserve Rome from such a Fate Quot is Lions South of Rome in Many it declared. Quot Rome today can be places Quot and now hold Moat of the regarded As a City free from i Alban Hills dominating the a Indianapolis june 3. To a Robert w Lyons. Indiana a new member on the Republican National committee said today he believed the delegates at yesterday s state convention a were confused by parliamentary procedures when they voted against instructing 29 russian British air plan delegates to the National convert through which the three Powers Loo for governor Dewey of new brought the most far Flung por York Toft of the nazi Domain under precision bombing. The dramatic arrival of american bomber and fighters on russian Smi presumably from Italy armed today s Allied pledge expressed Hope the enemy Quot will not make such an ill considered Choice Quot a to defend Rome Pope Pius in his Appeal declared that Quot is Hoever would dare lift a hand against Rome would be guilty of Matricides Premier Pietro be dog i to attempted to have Rome declared an open City before the italian capitulation last september and the germans have issued a number of claims some conflicting i that the City would be demilitarized. Neither the italians before their capitulation nor the germans sine their occupation of the j capital have however offered proof that it has been divested of military units and establishments. Last March president Roosevelt assayed the germans for their use of Rome As a military Center and last february the Ankara radio said the germans had issued a thinly veiled threat to Pope Pius in their efforts to have him quit the Vatican that the capital would be defended regardless of the destruction entailed in answer to a plea from prime minister Kamon de Valera of Eire that Rome be spared Bertin again said on april 18 that the preaches to Rome announced tonight. Headquarters Lyons 48-year-old Washington and Indianapolis tax attorney was a a Carmi Minan follow tin m x had Quot run ill la Rte it. Prot so Huu o,,.,�?z.,. To. A my id to 6 retiring pm a m. Morris Ltd f l f1 Tail in or Rimawi is Vin it is. A a u ,._ ,. To Quot Aliw Cli ii it Vert d the ant communique from of 1,011111 the Poul Bmith the try on inc it Scussa extern command a a Ani year Lier hut tem Hun Iii into Tex up air Forte a a a a a a a a Quot Ltd a tit a the Herman. A ii a Force of a Tofle bomb-1 numerous. Ltd iwo Nee Tho rom. A a a a Ato Terre or my Una fio tor to inv nits pm vent Ion and had been Tola they entrenched in Rome no question of Cassino Sho de he our Hou it Thyot a it Lslie a Ould re a Ralty Vii Vado Simiu Aller r ally Ihen continued Dewey Resolution when in real. Y predation Quot the president me russian base. 7 Vount a a Rop a fed thus Lyons election to he gop a a. With the eighth army in enemy opposition was slight. M0na con Mitt Ltd a. Over Morris a Italy june 3, in a it has been on bomber was lost and one fight of governor Bricker of j a Multi jute iinli<"t8 Learned on Good authority that or Lii outstanding Ohio for the presidential Nomina Anniv Ersary which Lieut Gen. Richard Heidrich Conj i�?T1�?� assist Tom and Lyons interpretation of a May 7. J a a Quot a a a a a a a brother Alfred Brandt of Humbert Street Road had received a letter from him on his birthday and at that time he was in Good health. Pfc. Brandt received his Basic raining at Camp Shelby mias., and Ater was sent to the West coast and from there was transferred bark East to it Dix. He has another brother pvt. Walter Brandt who is in the medical corps stationed in Africa. Wander of the first nazi Para a the red air Force cooperated of convention action added new Chute division sent a part of the by attacking enemy Ai drome in few to the Roll Revfi so Over the altar of the Benedictine monastery 1 he route of the Allied strategic on of. Cassino a a souvenir to Force and providing area fighter Eric is marshal Goering the retch Marshai it was report late last night the Budapest de sent his thanks to the entire radio went off the air a possibility German division which played a thai the second phase of the shuttle prominent role in the bloody Bat operation might be under Way ties at Cassino. The american filers were greeted by beaming russian and Ameri i can ground Crown As Well As an relative strength of Dewey and Bricker in Indiana Bricker lieutenants several of whom were her for the convention hailed the refusal to instruct the Delegate a a the beginning of a Stop Dewey movement which is gaining momentum this Lyons denied saying that while no formal canvass of the Jerseyville Pilot missing in action Jerseyville. June 3. A Lieut. Floyd Heneghen 23, a Thunderbolt Pilot has been reported miming in action after a raid Over Germany according to a Telegram from the War department received Friday evening by his parents supervisor Gus Hen of Jersey township and vial lit of addresses soviet official welcoming group which in Indiana delegation has been Ai. Re eluded u. S. Ambassador w aver i am confident the or a majority audience id russian Ell Harriman is daughter hath-1 will be for governor Dewey London june 3. Pm speak teen and a. Gen. John r Deane my in russian to a native audience head of the american military Mil in the siberian town of Irkutsk Aion to Russia. Vice president Wallace stud that a it is becoming quite Clear that election of Lyons to the National committee also brought a change in the National committee in an enthusiastic Celebration Only the Fuh collaboration Between american legion of Merit woman mrs Cecil Harri inf our two countries and their allies which the fliers had brought was Covington replaced mrs. Glare can insure to the world a stable presented to soviet Lieut. Gen. Al Reynold of Cambridge City. For Peare and True development Sander r. Perminova. In charge of Mer National director of w a mens the Moscow radio reporting the russian facilities for the Avneri a activities for Wendell Willkie. Speech last night said Wallace Encin. Route to China was greeted warm a in bag a nazis Allied air Force head quarters Italy june 3. To Dpi a Squadron Leader Neville Duke became the top sewing Pilot in the pallbearer for unknown Soldier die Iii East Springfield Max-., june i Donahue in a Michael j. Fulgencio Batista emerged today with richly enhanced prestige at Ghan Home and abroad from elections in mrs. Heneghen. Lieut. Heneghan which most of his friends including i hag on duty in the european his candidate for president a re t Heater of opera i ions for approx-1 Defeated j mutely ave month. a former prime a was injured in an Accident i f o a Ira do i seizes 15 on Barge of it Ramon Grau san Martin when crashed into Lieut Heneghan i a of where in Australia. I Only a Quot four a of he vote or to it a a he a y f a of Navy Man s girl. 5, kidnapped freed Mediterranean area Quot a Dpi Royong Springfield one of the pallbearers six enemy aircraft from May 13 to of unknown Soldier at his in 21 to bring his total to 26. It was ferment in Arlington National cemetery died yesterday Hon. The Jerseyville flier baled a Hubut Pon Ron aur american to ball8,a for having conducted a re bums As the result of the Ith r0 1r�?T con or Ltd cd Tody the fairest election in Many years crash. He was Home in december i a l a i Macarthur pre j of Cuba s tropical Polit Tea and to he visiting the Southwest j the armed forces for having kept i a War area i hands off the voting. In Elinor nazi army stress debris along via Catilina in Heinzerling Are being sought in the country most of the German Effort now. And roads on seems to be devoted to blowing up it via Ca Stiina Are All Bridges and culverts to s of w the the wreckage Abd the steady Advance of the Eig t Miracle of engineering to the eighth army on 1< Ina. June 2�? delay a it he a the Hill she 1 source of an army in a a Quot or a and Asatri in Rau there Are great piles of Shell mortar projectiles equipment v1 that it Road str Panther tanks a still and is Tot a Are some of the Rota monsters the germans now a go t Best j prisoners Are be in re up a Bills and k Foj them appear completely s we army italian clothes army. A skin has nullified most of this destruction fast German motorcycle riders do much of the last a no a a a a Quot lotion work and one of the wry caught today As he a leering a Hill town North of Ilgah Waytt in the same town the used j he Church Tower As an observation Post eighth a a a my gunners hopi cd off the hell aimed fusillade and soon of Erward German shelling of Road into the town ceased. Seattle june 3. Up a in what police described As Quot a j thwarted kidnapping Quot 5-year-old Florence Susie Marks naval doctor s daughter Early today a carried Down a 16-foot ladder from her bedroom window and abandoned huddled in a Blanket from her bed. On a Doorstep 14 blocks away Yit Iii i or. Robert f. Ballard Interne Baltimore june 3. Up a a the the three military representative at the King county Harb Orvi a Federal Bureau of investigation a Hith fifth regiment armory. The Hospital examined the child and rested 14 men and one woman to other eight defendants ail former reported she had not been harmed Day. Accusing them of evading the inductees were charged with draft m had been feared by police Ca pm. Draft or assisting inductees to feign evasion. William Feek Iii charge of the mental ailments in order to obtain All were ordered held by u. S. Rhae she was released to her Fath deferments. Comini Savoner James k. Cullen in. John w. Vincent special age of a to Tai of $29,500 bail for hearing Arthur l. Chaffee am Tant said he believed psycho neurotic draft fraud Keeshin i rucking co. Chicago. June 3, do a John l. Red shift president of the Kee Shin motor express company was charged with a violation of the interstate Commerce act in an indictment returned yesterday by the Federal grand jury. The indictment charged the company issued securities in excess of the amounts permitted under the interstate Commerce act without permission of the interstate Commerce commission. Also named in the indictment at were Joseph d. Donovan vice president and treasurer and the company itself. The indictment is in 23 counts each listing an alleged Misdemeanour the penalty provided is one to three years in prison and a Fine of $1000 to $10,000 or both. Replying to the charges Keeshin said he presumed the indictment related to the Purchase of tires and tractor trailer equipment in 1941 and 1942 he stated the Ioc claimed securities were issued for these purchases but Keeshin said they were Quot conditional sales con j tracts for which we believed no commission approval was Neces Lary the inc a t provides that motor truck common carriers May not Issue securities in excess of $500,-000 for terms longer than two years without approval of the commission nor any carriers Issue securities exceeding $100,000 in Short term issues under two years without approval. In charge of the Baltimore Fri june 13, Ruby bail $5000, was office said those arrested included highest. X i chief of police. A Navy Petty officer and two Arm a Fri chief said inductee he Abdur to a non commissioned officers assigned d were instructed not Only in feign prowler who became fright to the fifth regiment armory in inf mental linens but also poor ened Ami abandoned the child. Duct Ion station. Hearing heart conditions and other a Vincent said hat amounts rang-1�?~n a. R. A Amy from Uso to $5<>0 had been Ltd re Brik Ticu a Lowil Nihill Ltd l on a convalescent leave. Lieut. Heneghan born april 26, 1921, entered service in october 1942. He received i wings and commission aug. 30. 1943, at Marianna Fla., and took advanced operational training at Dale Mahry Field Tallahassee Fla later Lieut. Heneghan a stationed at air bases in Venice Fla. And to Angeles yank raise 13000 for son of British heroine London june 3. To a a fund of almost $3000, contributed by u. S. Airmen at a ninth air Force base will provide far the education of four year old Tony Everitt a orphaned when his Mother died trying to save american filers from a burning plane. Mrs. Betty Everitt dashed into the inferno when the plane crashed last saturday near her farm Home. She saved one Man. Counselling inductees to evade the jewelry and to dress plainly then continued her Rescue draft or with acting As inter and conservatively to impress in until uie bomber exploded. Median Between inductee wad auction station psychiatrists Treasury to Issue $7 Hoot r a Bond Washington june 3. To the Treasury decided today to create a Quot i Quot War Bond costing $7.50 and paying off at $10�?for Sale to men and women of the armed services. Treasury officials said the new Bonds would be available Only to members it of the army Navy marines coast guard and maritime service. At the same time the eighth army stabbing through the Sacco Valley to the Southeast captured a Agni. Seven Miles Northwest of Terantino and a mile and a half above the via catiline Allied forces of the two main armies ate driving toward a Junction on Tho famed Highway. American troop crashed through the nazi stronghold of Lanu Vio West of Velletri today knocking out one of the most heavily defended Points in Rome s defense lines and other u. S. Force pushed two Miles up the via Catilina from v Simon tone on the right flank into the town of la by co in the Alban Hills six Miles North of Velletri doughboy troops had seized Monte Castellucio Only 14 Miles Southeast of Rome. The newest break through jeopardised the whole nazi position Between the Alban Hills and Tho seacoast apparently leaving Tho nazis guarding the App Ian Way into rom with the alternatives either of fleeing or fighting where their Retreat route might easily he Cut behind them. As the Campaign for Rome entered its final Lap the Allied command declared the City Wamul a uti allies have a a by taken Ion will Only Rake n a Pitary at non against Rome insofar As the Gei mans use the City its railways and roads for their military purpose,1 Headquarters pledged a special communique expressed Tope the enemy Quot will not make such an ill considered Choice Quot it came the Day after Pope plus Xii urged that Rome he spared declaring that Quot whoever would dare lift a hand against Rome would he guilty of Matricides Quot line net yet broken at the same time Headquarters cautioned that although Velletri Ami esd Mon tone bastions of the Rome line have been captured Quot the enemy s defensive position in this sector has not yet been that the German defences Are a in considerable depth and firm resistance is being encountered a a the German High command reported bitter fighting in the Alban Hills Friday and said attacks at and West of Lanu Vio just West of Veletri were repelled. An Allied spearhead thrusting above aim onion was Quot brought to a standstill East of Rocca i papa and South of five Miles North of Val Montone the German said United states units struck out in three directions a Northwest along the via Catilina toward Rome. 20 Miles away Southeast along the Samb Road to link up with the French who Ara driving the germans out of their last footholds on the South Side of the Sacco River and due North along an j important secondary Road inward a vital Highway Junction Ai Cave three Mike from Val Montone the French meantime cloned in quickly from the South on Colla Ferro foul and a half Miles Southeast of Val Montone and within pistol shot of both Highway six and the River. New Road Cut farther to the Southeast other French troops closed the Retreat route from the area South of the Sacco River by slicing across a secondary Road at Surg Ola. 14 Miles from aim onion and five and a half mile West of Feren Tino which the eighth army already had taken. Gen. Alphonse Juines French troops also were driving northward from t he Village of Mons Al Ani Coll Miles Southeast of Vul Montone. Thus Iron claws were closing in on whatever German units were continued on Page 2, column i. Since one of the intermediaries was accused of acting As Contact for seven inductees alone. Under the selective service Art those held if convicted Are liable air staff Deputy Washington. June appointment of Brig Gen. Donald a Quot Loose Awa ii convict a Are a Piej a. He of air Ding induction ,0 a maximum to laity of five years wlm Aon loj a a a a used of assisting in prism or a $10,000 Fine or both. Uff was announced today by the paid for help in obtaining psycho neurotic rejections entitling in duct to 4-f classification. Eight of thew arrested charged with evading and seven were acc and counselling in draft evasion. Vincent said agents had taken induction station employees under secret motion pictures of Many of arrest Are Chester t. Ruby Navy the meetings and contacts. He said chief Petty officer sat Leon d instructions to the inductees were Shapiro 25, former civilian psycho i detailed that they even included log St and Cpl Moris Molofsky. A How to dress and to answer ques russian born alien. Nom the men were told he said. Four civilians were accused of to refrain from wearing shy sort chief air quirk Oil isl leaps out of plane sails do not Dunn War department. He succeeds Brig. Gen. Hoyt s. Vandenberg now Deputy con Mander in chief of the Allied expeditionary air Force in England. Wilson 51-year-old native of Hiner w. Va., had been chief of Washington june 3 to a the Young paratrooper leaped from his plane Yejiang Quot Geronimo Quot like ail Good paratroopers but he did t go Down he went up a Thermal air current carried staff of Allied air forces in the him upward relates a official Southwest Pacific theater since service Magazine air fore. Hts outfit fighting a fierce mock Battle on the ground Quot the Magazine said. Quot in tune the Thermal wave released Tiro Young Man and he came Down to join his battalion As a fresh reservist. The Magazine said the Peculiar voyage took place at fort Benni Tig september 1942. He spent half an tout watching a. I

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