Twin Falls Times News, May 3, 1948

Twin Falls Times News

May 03, 1948

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Twin Falls Times News (Newspaper) - May 3, 1948, Twin Falls, Idaho LATE BULLETIN LAKE May 3 Great Britalu called on the United Na tions assembly today to create a neutral authority for Palestine by May IS to as sure some central rule after the British mandate A Regional Newspaper Serving Nine Irrigated Idaho Counties CITY EDITION 18 Official City and County Newspaper TWIN MAY 1948 Member of Andlt Biroau of Circulation AuoclaUd Pruk and United Press PRICE 5 CENTS Jews Rap Denials of Invasion May Jews insisted in the face of that Syrian and Lebanese armies have in vaded northern The British rushed soldiers back into the country to deal with what they called a seri ously less than two weeks before the May 15 date they have set io end their They guarded a new 48hour truce between Jews and Arabs in the southerly Katamon quarter of Jeru salem while they negotiated for a truce to cover the whole ciiy and its Jewish and Moslem The enforced by the high land light apparently was being Its spirit was evi dent all over Not a sin gle shot was heard from within the either In the new or hi the old Sporadic fighting was audible from other outer The first British reinforcements were an estimated soldiers in full battle dress who reached Haifa yesterday from Cyprus aboard the troopship Empire Before competent sources had estimated British strength in Palestine at including skeleton armored and gun The British army has been shipping out under a pledge to be gone by Official sources in Trans said Thursday TransJor Egypt and Iraq would send at least regulars to rescue Palestine before May The strength of the Jewish militia Haganah is estimated unofficially at and that of the Jewish un derground Irgun Zvai Leuml and Stern group together at to which had announced an Arab invasion Saturday of Pales tines northernmost said in Tel Aviv that attacks on five Jewish settlements there had been beaten off but Syrian troops still were massing on the The latest announcement said Ramot Naftall had been attacked with armored 25pound er cannon and and Lahavot FDafi fj Offer Is Given By Red Cross ToSaveCity LAKE May 3 international Red Cross has offered to take over the entire city of Jerusalem in an effort to avert chaos in the holy it was learned The Red Cross has stipulated that warring Arabs and Jews must agree to the emergency Arab and Jewish agreement still Is being a reliable source dis Briton Tells Plan John Fletcher Great Brit told the council in a hastily called private meeting that repre sentatives pf the Red Cross had ap proached Sir Alan British high commissioner in Pal with the It was designed to save Jerusa holy to Jews and Moslems from the chaos that seems almost certain unless some neutral authority steps in after British rule ends May Many Details Remain Fletcher Cooke emphasized that many details demained to be worked out before the Red Cross could act in the Arab and Jewish who heard of the proposal In the private meeting told the council they had no word of such an offer from their superiors in An official of the American Red Cross in New York said he could not confirm Cookes but added that the plan appeared No New Policies Told on Palestine May 3 coln state department press told reporters today My understanding is there is no new Policy on White noted there has been spec ulation whether such a change in United States policy was forecast by the appointment of John Hlll dring as a special assistant to Sec retary Marshall on Palestine af He volunteered The answer as far as I am able to it Js Warren chief of the delegation to the United Na is expected from Lake Success tomorrow or next day for confer ences with Marshall and Under secretary Robert SIXTH ESCAPE May bomb mailed to Roy marked for death by the Jewish underground in exploded in his home today and killed his It was the sixth time Captain a mys terious British had escaped death by Gives up Citizenship William former and his half half Jap anese sit in army screening after their arrival from a Stanford graduate who for merly lived in San renounced his citizenship to live in Germany with his Miller was drafted In 1945 and was sent to AP wirephoto Montana Police Hold Kidnaper of 13 May is being held by police in for Camas County Sheriff John Hersch for the alleged kidnaping of Rosemarie 13 yearold Fairfield Dial was arrested late Saturday night by Police Chief Harvey in Sheriff Hersch said he is awaiting word whether Dial will waive extradition on the kidnaping The missing girl arrived home Saturday after she was placed on a bus in Helena on a bus in by the wife of Dials according the Associated Story Unchanged Sheriff Hersch said Monday the girl still would not give a coherent story about her Rosemarie was missed Wednes day She was last seen in Dials dump truck as it headed to ward The missing pair was later seen at a Butte tourist camp where they regis tered as Thomas Dial and sister of Complaint Signed A seconddegree kidnaping com plaint against Dial has been signed by the girls Dial will be prosecuted when he returns to Fair Sheriff Hersch The girl was the object of a two state search which began Wednes who is reported to be di is the father of eight chil No explanation for the kid naping has been Chiang Promises Full Red Defeat May 3 WVGeneral issimo Chiang challenged by mounting dissension within his own promised today to crush the Chinese communists even if it killed newspapers throughout China were beating war In Pei plng and other published dispatches contained more talk of coming battles in north China and the Yangtze valley than of actual Semiofficial sources reported an important setback for Chiangs troops That the communists had gained virtually complete control of Shantung peninsula with capture of Changlo after a three week The economic front felt the Im pact of the gruelling civil A flood of capital from communist endangered north China areas con tributed to another drop in the Chi nese The new exchange rate to jaylor Says Life Was Endangered May 3 Sena tor Taylor of Idaho told the senate today he doubts he would be alive if he had let himself be provoked into talking back to police after his arrest in Taylor said two police officers tak ing him to Jail drove through open country and along a lonely It was obvious they had taken a just hoping I would pro voke he Relates Feelings If he had made any move toward resisting the Taylor I am not sure I would be here to In I am not sure I would be alive vice presidential candidate of Henry Wallaces new was arrested on a disorderly con duct Police said he tried to enter a southern Negro youth con ference meeting through a door marked Negroes and violated segregation laws He was freed on ball for a trial Went to Explain Taylor said he went to the meet ing place only to explain that he would not address a meeting where segregation was He saw that the door was marked for Ne Continued an Page Column 6 Inland Steel Firm Drops Its Prices May 3 Inland Steel company announced price re ductions today amounting to 000 annually with the hope that its action will play a part ir bringing about national President Wilfred Sykes said re ductions were made in most of the companys effective May He said the reductions were made to meet the competitive He said that prices on enameling used for kitchen equipment and other consumer had been cut per ton as against the reduction announced by our Boys to Bring Sleeping Bags As Housing for Music Event 111 RinCf Housing requirements for the state music festival here Thursday and Friday were somewhat eased Monday when it was learned that at least 200 boys plan to bring sleep ing bags with In another housing was approximately 600 Because students from neigh boring towns plan to return to their homes each no housing will be required for The first delegation of students is scheduled to arrive here Wednesday There will be about ISO stu dents iu the Most of the stu dents jrtlj arrive ThvsUay In allrOl Idaho schools will be rep resented at the music Some 250 rooms in private homes are still needed to accommodate mostly according to John high school principal Evelyn chairman of the hous ing can be reached by phoning 1349 in the evening or 388 during school Transportation is being furnished students who are provided housing outside the More than high school stu dents will be in Twin Falls the state Contests are scheduled for bands orchestras and The event will be held in the American Legion First Methodist hign school gymnasium and First Chris tian Climax of the program will be the appearance of massed bands at Lin coin field Friday A dance will be held for students immediately after the program at Lincoln 160 21 Die in Twisters By The Associated Press Tornadoes and violent windstorms whipped across seven states over the week killing at least 21 per sons and injuring more than Property damage was estimated in the West Virginia and Kentucky com munities were lashed by tornadoes last Twisters hit in Oklahoma and Kansas Sigh winds and heavy rains occurred in Indiana and Toll by States The death toll by states West six four five three two In West tornadic winds ripped through six rural communi ties near Clarksburg in the northern part of the State police re ported more than 65 persons were In Kentucky a tornado hit a town of 140 in Clinton The storm wrecked the Davis Chapel church where an estimated 125 were attending At least 50 persons were reported injured in the Many of the injured were in the Additional Victims Sought Rescue workers sought additional victims in the debris and mud of the tornadobattered West Virginia Wrecked trees and debris from nearby strip mining operations cluttered route 19 leading to the damaged town of Hupp Hospitals were All avail able doctors and nurses hi the strick en areas were called on Ten persons were killed and at least 38 were injured in the tor nadoes in Missouri and A storm struck in the Grand lake area of northeastern hitting three resort Thirty one persons were Sixty miles twisters hit near killing two persons and in juring Missouri Ozarks Hit Tornadic windswhipped across the Lake of the Ozards in damaging hundreds of cottages and Three members of a fish ing party drowned when separate tornado ported in the firs served about Numerous farm buildings were de stroyed or One man was electrocuted andJO persons were injured during a hail and rail storm yesterday at and the adjacent Illinois Four persons were injured during high winds and heavy rains in east central County Board Rules Merger OKd by Unit May 3 Gooding county commissioners held Monday following a canvass of the countys school reorganization vote Friday that the reorganization plan was approved in the Hagerman district but defeated in the Wendell and Gooding Although the total countys vote was 457 votes for the reorganization and 537 voted the Hager man district approved the plan by a vote of 278 for and 219 The vote establishes an indepen dent class B district composed of Tuttle and Clover Creek The plan was defeated in the Wendell district by a vote of 92 for and 128 The if ap would have established a class A district composed of Sand Orchard Clear McBurney and West The plan was defeated in the Gooding district by a vote of 87 for and 151 Kelley and Thorn Creek districts were included in the Gooding Within 10 Florence Hughes will call the trustees of the Tuttle and Clover Creek districts together to elect a fiveman board of trustees for the new The boundaries for each trustee will be made at the next meeting of the county reorganization board May New plans will be discussed at the next reorganization meeting for the districts which voted the reorganiza tion Candidate Dewey Thomas arriving in to open his Ore gon is welcomed by an unidentified small boy with whom Dewey shakes The boy had been taken to the airport by his AP wirephoto 2Year Draft Gains OK of House Panel Prizes Listed wboys ere Union Hints Okay of Packers Pay Offers May 3 Ralph Helstein of the CIO United Packinghouse Workers said today the union would consider settling the nationwide meat strike for a ninecent hourly if the packers would agree to cut meat The packers offered nine cents before the strike began eight weeks and have refused to raise the The union had demanded a 29cent hourly At a news Helstein also said that the union has authorized strikes against independent meat wherever the union is in legal position to call a The nationwide otrike which be gan March 16 has been confined So far to the big four Wilson and to a few large Helstein said the union has con tracts with 50 to 60 other large ii He said he could not say now how many of them or which ones would be They employ about he At his news Helstein was asked if the union would Con sider accepting the ninecent raise offer If the packers agreed to cut meat He said the union cer tainly would consider such a pro but he said it would require definite assurance that prices would stay and not be kicked back up His statement was regarded as significant because it was one of the first deviations from the unions flat demand for a 29cent hourly raise to compensate for increases in the cost of Helstein said the international union has authorized strikes against independent packers because the independents have aided the big four by slaughtering animals and selling the meat to accounts of the big May 3 house armed committee today approved 28 to 5 a twoyear draft bill men 19 through The vote puts the issue for selective service formally fore congress for the first time since the The measutd calls for the nations first peacetime Before the committee heard Secretary of Defense 7 Forrestal call the measure There is an immediate and imperative demand for some thing to augment the size of our armed he This bill provides Chairman called Forrestal and Secretary of the Army Royall in for final look at measure before a formal committee Royall said it is thoroughly acceptable to all the navy and air Still Need UMT They did not ask that the com mittee put in any provision for limited training of but Forrestal emphasized that he still believes universal military training s Andrews has been assured by louse leaders that the bill will be called up for debate next These are the bills principal pro visions It would raise the total auth orized manpower of the armed forces to air force and navy and marine corps The present total strength is 1830 Group Registered Men from 18 through 30 would be with those from 19 through 25 liable for two years serv ngH More than 75 prizes valued at about have been donated by local merchants to be awarded to members of the Magic Valley Cow boys during the first home series of the 1948 season with the Pocatello Mayor Lauterbach will throw out the first ball of the game at Tuesday at Jaycee Before the a parade in cluding high school state and city mayors of various area towns and members of local riding clubs will be held at Prizes for the first game include First home run Union Motor company first home run In right Sears Roebuck and company first home run one man on slide film Kelker Foto First home run with two men on one pair dress Hudsons shoe store home run with bases players Twin Falls Glass Paint store first player to rattle the Klnghts bar ber shop first base on travel Coronet First Blaslus Oyclery first stolen steak Bed Mill and leather poker chip The Sporter first Cowboy soft Twin Falls Glass and Paint store first Cowboy married man to make an order of New Central First hit by Cowboy Manager Charlie play suit for his Tot and Teen shop first married man on five pounds pork Bud McNeely first married man in argument with In Zimmermans first run batted Eversharp ball point Qem office supply first run pair mens or womens Beck First infield suit cleaned and 30 Cleaners first double in Van and fitted Firestone stores first foul ball hitting front of press Al Electric first 4ounce bottle mens The Vogue first Cowboy win ning case of The Log Tavern and pen and pencil Davis Motor company first Cowboy catch ing fly ball point Wiley Moat choice of 1 pair fog 1 1 Declo battery or oil United Automotive service first put out at second base by ten nis Walgreen Drug store first broken fishing Magel company first box personalized Travold printing company first Io Stepklu Preview NEW May 3 Yorkers got their first view of the Iron curtain The a 22foot sheet of occupied the space not represented by the Czechoslovak exhibit at the international trav el and vacation show at Grand Central The Czoch travel service leased the space originally but the new Czech communist government cancelled At a brief ceremony in front of the Iron Jan former chief Czech delegate the United accepted from the sponsors of the show a check representing the amount paid for the lease of the The money will be turned over to a fund for Czech automati parts most Auto spectacular grease Joe and Arch Texaco station first Cowboy hit by pitched sport Shirley Mendlola mens shop first twobase 10Inch record album of Warner Music company first Texas Perrlne Barber Flrat oteml at third six of own CUude Brown Music and Furniture company flrat album of popular MUKC center kite or donuta and coffee for all the Buddys Angelfood donut and moat runs bridal aulte on any Rotternon Prlwe for the second came are Flrat Cowboy to electric alarm Continued on Column 1 Negro Residence Ban Is Ruled Out May 3 supreme court ruled today against racial real estate agreements which bar Negroes and other minorities from white The high court ruled that such covenants cannot be legally en forced in The decision knocked the legal props socalled restric tive covenants that blanket many allwhite residential areas in almost every big city from coast to I other rulings the court Sent back to a lower court a 10 yearold antitrust suit against eight big movie companies with a forceful suggestion that stiffer pen alties be imposed against the Declared the Griffith Amusement company and three other movie chains conspired illegally to monop olize movieexhibiting in Texas and New Men in the 1926 group could enlist voluntarily in the regular army for two but in no other Most veterans would be exempt from but those under 31 would have to Industrial plants could be seized by the government if they refused to give top priorities to armament or if they did not provide equipment at what the secretary of defense considered reasonable Okays Doctor Draft Doctors up to 45 years old could be drafted for two years divinity students and some conscientious objectors would be exempted from Deferments for de and occupation would be determined by the The law would expire two years after it went into Chief Declares VD Report Is Smokescreen9 The report on venereal disease and prostitution in Twin Falls was abeled today by Police Chief How ard Gillette as a political smoke screen created by Sheriff Broda Rayborn to divert attention from the act that liquor evidence was Irom his In his Chief Gillette states the report was requested from he state public health department y the his two Bayborn and and Commissioner Hawkins at the Prosecuting Attorney Everett Sweeley called for a recount of the evidence seized In raids on the Canyon Lodge and Turf The figures compiled hi the reports are the chief and deal in He says the sheriff and his political advisers are using the public health department as a tool for their political as Standing on his record as a law enforcement officer here for 15 Chief Gillette said his depart ment has nothing to it is better to bring the whole issue Continued on Page Column S Sweeley Says Rail Firms Staying Pat on Stands May 3 Frank Douglass said today both rail road labor and management remain too far apart on issues of a threat ened strike for him to call a joint Three rail brotherhoods have se1 May 11 for a nationwide strike Since Thursday he has been meet ing with the disputants separately in an effort to narrow the wage and rules issues and avert the walkout Not Much Change Before beginning todays confer ence with the Douglass chairman of the national railway mediation said Theres not too much change in the situation to He We are not quite far enough into the matter to schedule a joint meet ing but we hope for one tomorrow or We hope to avert strike but weve got to get them closer Rails Standing Firm The he are stand ing firm on their offer to pay wage increase of 15 cents an hour They will not he be cause this is the amount recom mended by the presidential fact finding board and accepted by other branches of rail He said there is a possibility the unions might go along on the wage offer if the carriers would consent to some working rules revisions Rule changes are equivalent to more money for some since these rules govern methods of calculating payment for specific types of Dworshak Backs Conscription Of Industry in Critical Times Baseball Scores From AP and UP Reports NATIONAL LEAGUE R H B Chicago 000 010r 171 Louis 000 380 Chambers and McCul lough Heran and New York at Only games AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia at Only game May 3 ator favors the conscription of industry as well as manpower in times of national We can realize that every indi vidual in America must respond to the call for universal Dwor shak told the senate during dis cussion of the war investigating committees report on industrializa I can see no reason why dollars and property should not similarly lie should serve for the duration of the Dworshak reviewed the history of such a pointing out that the American Legion advocated conscription of industry after the first World But the program failed to gain support and we fount prior World war in a situation which recognized that manpower must serve this great re public in a time of emergency but that industry and dollars would be permitted to Not only were normal peacetime profits demanded by industry in preparing the United States for na tional but fantastic and ex orbitant profits were made by in dustry throughout the critical years of the early Dworshak said ComptrollerGen eral Lindsay Warren told a house committee because of procurement methods haphazard then in the United States govern ment expended probably in excess of legitimate amounts for procurement contrasts Listed on YD No Immediate threat of tions looms over the issue of prostl tution in the city of Twin ao cording to a statement issued today by Prosecuting Attorney Everett Up until the present thfr county prosecutor I have not received one shred of evidence from either the county commissioners or Sheriff Broda Bayborn which would indicate the need for prose Checks Progress On another the dlsap pearance of 42 bottles from evidence confiscated in raids last year on the Turf club and Canyon Swee ley said would ask the sheriff what efforts he has made to inves tigate the During the few weeks since the liquor was discovered missing from the sheriffs Sweeley he had been conducting his own in No Help I am hampered in my investigation by the fact I have no police body of my own to aid me in the ground he The prosecutor said the first part of this week will be taken up with other criminal cases in district court and will keep him from discussing the question of the missing liquor with the sheriff until Wednesday or Modern Youths Bring Darndest Problems Home May 3 Auto Worker Boy Barth loves his son but the boy does bring home Dick set out to fly a model air plane Sunday and came home owner of a v The boy had stopped at a bufldr ers show and bought a 60 cents ad mission which gave him ft chance on an ideal Dick wqn the Barth was He said he didnt know whether to keep the It will be an pense to the collector of revenue is expected to call on Bart v for about In taxes on son Dicks Ji it was only recently that promised his M many has Im a real home for you and The anything ticket only feW show The fa fiveroom tomorrow two senate the housepassed repeal WIL ;