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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 15, 1948, Bluefield, West Virginia READ Drew Pearson’s column appearing daily on Editorial page. pucfidt) paito tug?apl) WEATHER Mostly sunny and warmer, highest near seventy. Outlook for Sunday probably fair and wanner. Vol. LUI, No. IQI Bluefield, W. Va., Saturday Morning, May 15, 1948 5 CENTS 1A CENTS DAILY Av SUNDAY I Nations I Guard ^ere ^ak'es ^-'ve Behind Sandbags Called Out In Michigan Row 30 Workers Seized When Mob Enters St. Paul Factory Newport, Minn., May 14, CAP)—National guard troops] mobilized at two armories late today for duty at the Cudahy packing plant here where an; invaaing mob of 200 men slug-1 ged workers and damaged property. Troops also were designated for duty at Swift and Armour plants at South St. Paul across the Mississippi river. At, the Swift plant yesterday, rickets drove off police when they attempted to enforce a court order foroidding mass picketing. The raiders entered the Cudahy plant shortly before midnight: Thursday, routed company police, tore out a front gate telephone and rusht-a the quarters where ab^ut 50 workers were sleeping. Cots were overturned, telephones riped from their cords, windows broken and several offi-, ces damaged. H. W. Reister, plant superintendent said. Take Hostages About thirty of the workers were taken as hostages when the raiders left, Reister said. Today, however, all but one had been accounted for. Reister did not disclose the names of the hostages,, saying he feared reprisals. In Ancker (city) hospital in St. J Paul, however, two of the workers described the attack. Vernon Spaulding. 44. and Earl Heier. 32, both of Webster, Wis., who were hired by the plant yesterday, said “we had to run the gauntlet of the mob” to get out of . ,    •      i.    ^    ..m    4 * All f t Cl FVI In Jerusalem, even babies aren’t safe from the perils of war. Erna Lenshutz, head nurse at the Wize Baby Home, amuses one of her charges behind a sandbag barricade. The home is in the No-Man’s Land between Arab and Jewish sections. (Photo by NEA-Acme staff correspondent David S. Boyer.) Discord Slows Draft Action Congress Leaders Don't See Eye To Eye Washington, May 14 (/P>—Dis- Demo Contest pai|| ii |    •    |    | Official Canvass Not Yet Completed Truman Seeks Long Range Farm Program Message Seen As Presidential Bid For Farm Vote Washington, May 14, (AP) —President Truman proposed today that future farm surpluses be fed to the poor to ] assure farmers prosperty and improve the national health. He asked congress to develop a “stand-by” program for diverting farm surpluses to low income groups in both city and rural areas instead of permitting them to go to waste Farm officials expect surpluses to develop as soon as abnormal foreign demands ease. Mr. Truman’s suggestion was made in a message to congress .urging a long range farm program to take the place of existing I measures, some of which expire December 31. He said the nation’s agricultural policy should be one of "organized, sustained and realistic abundance.” Matches GOP Bill In general, his recommendations matched provisions of a bill approved Thursday by the Repub-1 lican-controlled senate agriculture! committee, and suggestions which! his agriculture department laid before congress last fall. But Mr. • Truman went a step further in dealing with surpluses than did the committee, in urging development of programs which Applies Clamp ECA Administrator Paul G. Hoffman tells the senate appropriations committee that U. S. aid under the ERP would be cut off from any country sending war goods to Russia. Hoffman appeared before the committee to ask for the full $4,245,000,000 balance needed to round out the $5,300,000,000 congress authorized for the program. Arabs Enraged By U. S. Action; UN Gets Jolted 'Mockery, Fake/ Delegates Scream As Zion Recognized New York, May 14, (AP)— President Truman's surprise recognition of the new Jewish state stunned United Nations assembly delegates tonight. Scenes of confusion and expressions of astonishment followed. The proclamation by Mr. ] Truman was attacked imme-] diately by the Arab bloc 'n tne assembly with cries of “mockery” and “fake.” The Arabs .said they had been duped. The Jews were jubilant. The United States delegates were caught flat-footed. They sat red-faced through some cf the harshest words ever directed toward them by fellow delegates. Guatemala became the second nation to recognize the Jewish state. Dr. Jorge Garcia Granados. Guatemalan delegate who has I championed partition for months, read a communication from his government recognizing Israel. i Name Peace Mediator The assembly meanwhile ap-' proved appointment of a May Be Mayor --Mu* Harold Evans (above), presiding clerk of the Philadelphia yearly meeting of the Society of Friends, was announced at Lake Success. N. Y*. as the choice of Jews and Arabs to serve as municipal commissioner for Jerusalem in the current crisis. The office is equivalent to mayor of the Holy City. (AP Photo) Egypt Orders Troops Forward Forces Invade Holy Land At Dawn Jews Proclaim New Israel As Britons Leave Arabs Promise Blood Bath To Regain Holy Land New York, May 14 (/Pl—A I Jewish broadcast from Tel Aviv, carried in the United States by ABC. said tonight “Tel Aviv is being bombed by hostile plan* as I am speaking.” Haifa, Israel, Saturday, May 15, (AP)—Britain ended its mandate over the Holy Land last midnight and Jews and Arabs promised a blood struggle for self determination in Palestine. Sir Alan Cunningham, the last British high commissioner, sailed from Haifa port, finishing British mandate guidance. A few hours before his departure as he sat aboard the I British cruiser Euryalus in the harbor the Jews proclaimed their town state of Israel. I The surrounding Arab nations (undertook drastic internal measures while determining a final decision towards the Holy Land. Egypt declared a state of siege Father Flanagan Claimed By Death Heart Attack Fatal To Boys Town Founder Berlin. Saturday, May 15. OP)— The senate measure states that;M>gr. Edward J. Flanagan, the . „    _______________________________________ _______ policy0 to* dispose11 of ^urpki^s" in Nebr&5ka prlest whb founded the Mr‘Truman had beaten Russia to One and end munm p«r- an^^a^chlightl'^thghte^The such a manner, but it does not internationally known Boys Town a diplomatic punch by his recog- pe..a.ed d\ terrorist Zionist <.r..ieor it cmomoH would put excessive supplies on dinner tables of those of low incomes. Cairo, May 14—</P)—-The Egyp-    and Syria Lebanon and Iraq an- nprmt    tian government announced to-    nounced their countries would be ti N Dparp mission for Palestine nlght lt had ordered its armed J±nd*r martial law effective today. Thta’cSSSietSihi main^busineS forces to enter Palestine. A news- To most observers these states Jf r hp ^.vn anrd mare    of    paper repon *aid two columns of have been more active politically iii?ft,- Th! !!!!!    ®    7    regular Egyptian forces crossed    and militarily against the Jewish Palestine. The v°te    was;    3. to 7.    int0 . HoI Land t dawn t    states than the Palestine Arabs. Xur absent    *    dav    Briton    Departs 'TV.* mpHiatnr nill bp selected - Pr.emij‘r Mahmoud Fahmy No-] Sir Alans departure from Haifa, The mediator will be •elected krashy Pasha said in a statement Palestine’s richest port, caused by a majonty vote or tne me to be broadcast to the nation that little excitement among Jews who major powers.    the invasion was ordered to “re-    control most of the city. Many assembly delegates agreed    store security and order” in Pales-    british fired a few rockets the sleeping quarters. All[of them agreements between Congress were swinging clubs at our heads.    ,    ,    , Spaulding and Heier are suffer- leaders today beclouded the pros- - r.  .------— ------- -    sane*’’    cruiser as it steamed from the Charleston, W. Va., May 14. GP) outline specific programs.    near Omaha, died at an army hos-    Jsrael M minutes after    •    harbor. The official canvass of votes in The message had been pictured pitai today after suffering an.    ^    mandate    endeth    1    from    other    quarters a co£LJ5L AiaD Jeft behmd npt °nl? hpld by some Democratic leaders as    h.ort    ottar.i,    fi1    The    Soviet    Union    had been ex-    JiuartjrsAf0* Palestine, but the Jewish-Arab „e'd. opening the president’s campaign ac^    / 7    peeled    to    establish    relations with    smfe whlch has plagued th« un‘ for the farm vote in November. I Co1* F. T. Chamberlin, com- new stat€ quickly, a member of ™?v’ 2an A *    United Nations for the past several mander of the 279th station mil-]the Soviet delegation said tonight.    months. Tuesday s primary election Ing "severe llead injuries, hospital pect for any early action on the the key tonight to the still attendants said.    draft.    [decided    race    for    the    Democratic Guard Mobilizes    The    Senate    Republican    policy!nomination for secretary of state.. _    ^ Mobilization of the guard was committee failed to reach an Revised figures from Cabell J surpluses Jto°nfeed me1 hungry—a ag an died at 2:05 a. rn. (7:05 p. would have to be affirmed in Mos- the British mand^andThe‘birth    Jewis!1_    wo?iei1 under way at Brainerd,^abojjt 160 agreement on a draft-training bill county, and additional reporting proposal which might be expected rn., eastern standard time Friday). 5°* aud he could not say any- 0f the Jewish state. Asks Permanent Support !“ “    ouv‘«    u^egauuu i    cr0Ssed    the border into Palestine! —    *    *    ,    .    ,    .w    ,    . In addition to urging use of ltary hospiul- sald Father Flan- however, that any such action nearjy ?4 hours before the end of The first fruits of th# Jews’ 1    " *    *--- —      l-“Lve    to be affirmed rn Mos-: th*» nri fish manHat* onH VHa Wiv»K    __ and children refugees—arrived in miles north of nere    at a meeting today and decided to precincts from Kanawha. Upshui td have an urban appeal —Mr.; h# was taken suddenly ill here 1X11118 n„ere’    Syrian    and Lebanese troops alin? at Neighboring St. Paul where Put two other bulky measures and Wayne counties today, gave    /s.k^pa“last night at Harnack house, an at°f    mSu,l?e nHorthem *°rm ana at neigawnus    i  *, j Win _„    ^    sion    of a permanent system of .    .    assembly president, ended the der of the Ho;y Land apparently the 256th antiaircraft battalion ahead of the darft bill on the Sen- theere.' Its in the up-and-down (jarm product price supports. Americn military government speciai session at 7:32 p .rn. (est) awaiting an invasion zero hour telling the delegates: "We expected shortly after midnight, done what we could” to a Damascus dispatch said. thing here. was under orders. Troops were expected Into the strike torn nightfall. Ralph Helstein, to move towns by ate floor. In the House, drews < R-NY> of Chairman An-the armed ser- 00ntest:    I Democrats stressed the word residence for visiting officials. He after In 2.742 of 2.788 precincts, Sam ["permanent” because they expect'was given emergency treatment,'have Haifa from the Lebanese border about the time the mandate ended. They huddled on the dark sidewalk outside the dock waiting for Jewish welfare committee buses to take them to shelter. They came from Chaneta Mazuoa and Hilom. Kaipn    rmted beking'    b^Rw^oA^Alto aS‘de “ dent of the CIO cnitea racK    build    manpower    through    bon-    margin    of    693    votes. B. Chilton of Charleston 56.508; the Republican congress to pass a . f - . resDond to oxvcen solve the Palestine problem. He <Haganan. the Jewish army.—    .    ..    ,    .    . D. Pitt O Bnen of Buckhannon, bill authorizing only a one-year Dut, ra    a    ^    pleaded    for    peace    in    Palestine.    again    reported    that    Syrian    armor- ^ey ^ere_brou^ht (5VTrland from A. Allen (R-Ill) 57.201 leaving O'Brien with House workers of America union, which is involved in disputes at the plants, arrived here from uses. Instead he will try next; Chilton, who was , nf. arrivpn nere from Chi- Tuesday to get Allen s house rules trailing by more than 3.000 votes course has been recommended by    nounal Til ai inTnn n^iTinallv committee to grant right of way eaTTy rn the day. apparently still the house agriculture committee. cago today. The umon ongmauy j draft bill.    ;    was in the race    i    Other    farm program recoin- Father Flanagan a extension with some possible ;and special injections for modifications, of the present war- heart, Chamberlin said. He lost reported time support program.^ Such ^ a consciousness shortly after entering the hospital. ~    ed forces a’ready were inside    those frontier settlements to Na- I rhtff ffuirni-    .n.i !^.    Pale-une on the north. attackmK    han;'a- a German Jewish .iettle- ; chief delegate    and sworn    foe of    Qan >    ment on the coast, and then by partition, shouted to the assembly _ ' , .Jfjaintl    tug and lighter into Haifa port, delegates that under the changed *J?trooDs ?Iraa and TSnsfjor- Thpy said the border was quiet .........  _    was    on    an In- circumstances "it is an unworthy dan moving up to Pale line’s now but they had been under at" ^rhp'^romDanies offered a raise of; Allen had asked the military! Precinct# still unreported in* Iniendations of the president in-jspection tour of German    Uni!4ef    western frontier. However, there1 tack pr!7l0iu&!y- rpru an hour The workers committee yesterday for a hearing eluded 13 in Kanawha county and clH?/fd‘.    .    ...    I    facilities    at    the    invitation    of the continue talking now about a was no sign 0f military prepara-    Expect Immigrants « nn cCrikp March 16 start of on his proposal to pay volunteers 17 m Logan, both counties which,! Continued fedeial aid to farm    «rmv    He    came    here    from    peace    agent    for    Palestine    as    tion in Amman, the capital of The end of the mandate also went on stri    .    up    tQ    $1 500 for enlisting in the in incomplete and unofficial re- ^ersnerVjC^raH^pmTnH Ana hp morfp a similar pr?posed by the United ^States and Trans-Jordan’s King Abutlah who halted the British sea patrol armed forces. This would build ports, had given Chilton a plural- procal 11 ad£ agreements act and Au. tr.a where he made a similar subsequently approved by the has announced his leadership of against ships carrying illegal asked for 29 cents an hour raise a national walkout. C&O, NYC Union Ousted By Court manpower and make a draft unnecessary. he contended. ity. senate ratification of a recently; survey. In 1947 he went to Japan assembly, drafted international wheat The other missing precincts are agreement designed to expand on an identical mission. and world trade; support of farm co-i The famed priest had left New Mere Fake Fawzi declared the whole work the tnreatened invasion of the Jewish immigrants to Palestine. Holy Land.    Jewish sources said it was expect- Irregular lolunteers from tile ed sh‘Ps *ould be«ln 10 arrIT» Washington. May 14 tJPi- But Andrews turned down the scattered in ones, twos ___,UBUtl JUKKUll,    w-,           „w>,    _    ,T hearing and said:    three    s    in    IO    other    counties.    operatives; development of a York for Vienna last March 5. of the assembly in the past four various Arab countries already are “Our committee is through with Chilton got his greatest boost    sound system of crop insurance;: ixjnng his tour he was received    weelcs “was a mer^ fake.”    He    JI2    inc’    “ the problem of raising manpower jn tbe discovery of an error of    and federal measures to improve bv pODP pius xii in Rome    charged "something behind    the    maln for the army and navyWe have more than 2,000 votes in the tabu-    rural living standards, including, catholic Army Chapin Emmitt    scenes was being done , Rob- approved a draft bill. and will have iations in Cabell county, which a hearing on it before the house raised his total there from 3,072 it • - »»»i iap    nflvt tt'on Lr 17    i    .    ^    n health and education. ert R. Young and Robert J. Bow- ruies committee next week. ' it0 5,319. man of the    Chesapeake and Ohio Allen has said he wrould not hold j jjj many of the missing pre- railway company today lost their up action on the draft bill to force cincts, the returns were locked up bids for directors’ seats on the hearings on his own plan. But he jn tbe ballot boxes and would not Moil- vnrif ppnrral railroad    did not say he would send the be available until the official can- New York Centi al raiiroaa.    draft bill to the house floor. “Ac-jvass is completed. The Interstate Commerce Com- tion” could mean a decision to T„    ... ii    In    some smaller counties, the mission, in    rejecting their appli-j pigeon-hole it for the time being, official count was completed to-    Washington. May 14 wP> Truman Sure Of Re-Election II. Walsh was at his bedside to ad-i*as n0^ only by-passing.’ minister last sacraments when he "The hope of humanity is The Jewish agency also is inside    Palestine The    negotiating for the transfer of trench of that    force now    ad?pt 30.000 Jews. held in Cyprus -rviic    engaging the    Jews    at Bab El    detention camps sSince they 4 ere ThLS Wad.    .1 strategic    gorge    controlling    captured while trying to enter the the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv highway. .«~v ..vs. ------- —— — j ----——----------  being    ai    Asea died.    I    shamelessly    betrayed.”    Fawzi    con Holy Land without visas. Haganah sources said the Arab correspondent! ^wn 0f ^cre across the bay from Boy., Town, on the outskirt, or tinned "This is a somber note bm S? bich S' pushed ‘SET he    ^eT^ke^town    o5 internationally it is nothing to what is being done Holy Land from Arid Sinai Penin- Jhi hiSwkv from Haifa to »he mripmnvileeed to kill this organization. Hp said e«in c\,,«    high’Aav    from    rlaila    to    tne cation, also turned towrn their pe-! titions for permission to exercise the full voting rights of 400.000 shares of New York Central stock; which Chesapeake bought up in; the open market during the past two years. Under commission rules, this I Debate Rages On Anti-Red Bill day, but in the more populous dent Truman told a counties on the basis of past ex-1 Democratic rally tonight that he perience, it will take a week at will be elected in November deleast and perhaps two or three if spite "calamity howlers” and Rerecounts are demanded in any j publican "obstructionists.” great extent. One such request already had a dinner of the Young Democrats developed today in McDowell | of America, he accused the G. O. P. awn home    for    underprivileged    to    kill    this    organization.”    He    said,Suia. One entered from the border    nnrth^nd^hp1 fLpban/.e*frnntip/ re. It    was    founded    by    Father    U.    N.    standards    are    “being    drag-    town of Rafa near the coast and    n°Appar?ntly a batt?#    Acre was in progress. The sound of cannon and mortar fire could be heard wowee Bey. 50-year-o.d leader of    ££ McSd Lro?fs    St-*“°"^EKymUan'    Acre from the top of    Mt Carmel. „    4    county,    where Harry Pauley of I of blocking liberal legislation and .. .    ..    ,    .. Washington, May 14—(aP)—The Iaeger, who ran sixth in unofficial j asserted: stock is now held in a voting trust House plunged into a hot debate returns in a primary race to nom- which deprives Chesapeake of the today on a bill to put tight hob-; inate five Democrats to the house power to vote it.    bles on American Reds.    j0f delegates, filed for a recount. The ICC said that the proposed Although assailed by opponents! The unofficial totals showed interlocking directorate, and exer” as in invasion of individual liber- Pauley, a former member of the cise of the voting rights, would j.j,es and an outgrowth of hysteria,    house,    trailing    Mrs.    Elizabeth probably result in Young and Bow- tbere was hardly a doubt the    Drewry,    Negro    school    teacher man controlling New York Cen- House would approve it next week,    j from Northfork,    by 33    votes — tral’s affairs.    Backers said it would expose com-    4.561 to    4,528. Such control, the commission munists and properly. said, would violate the interstate' Elsewhere in the state, reports from additional precincts from commerce act, which provides fhFa«Qa8fn    county put incumbent other methods for merging rail-; the*>6 to 40 vote by    toe    house of delegates member Jonah road properties, and the anti-    agl«[d tne ppepipg. PI Adkins ahead of Fred F. Cyrus trust laws which forbid one cor-,todaj s    ^pvpP.    ;    2,084 to 2,055 for renomination in poration to buy stock in another; whi!L    mf:Ph [nS m the 45 of 47 Precincts. Cyrus    previous- corporation where the effect would    while    President Tm- ly was reported leading. be to substantially lessen compe-; ^enal®* JiPd * de    Hi    H. T. Tucker of Huntington Omaha, know boy Flanagan in 1917. Since then he ged down—very much down.” the other from El Auja, 30 miles became known throughout the, Dr Guillermo Belt. Cuban am- to the southeast. Pres!- world for his credo: "There is no bassador to Washington and a    Gen. Ahmed Mohamed Al Ma- cheering such thing as a bad boy.*    (consistent    foe of the partition of On his tour of Japan he called    Palestine, declared that the U. N. on Emperor Hirohito. He also met    has become "a very elegant inter- with the Empress Nagako to ais-'national club only” .. «    w * cuss welfare work for Japan’s „    ,    .    .    ,    ,    .    . . .... In an off the cuff speech tO qhtidren and later went to Korea    He toId tbe delegates that it   _______________________ -xr ^    ^ 'invitation of the U. S. develops the representatives of the in Sinai, on the southern frontier army.    (Soviet Union and Poland are bet- of Palestine, awaiting orders. Es- Tt u-n* Hip wnnri trin to Eurooe    ter informed about events in    timates    of    their    number have .    1 for me Neb! asks mielt since    Washington than the United    ranged from    6.000 to    16.000. thprcwin    !*«• to June 0* ?hat year he’and    State, delegation." a    £    thTwhitlbrother, the Rev. P. A. Flana-' Several delegates laughed at be a    Demon    at    in    the    White House    gan VjSjied their native Ireland,    that remark. and    y0u    are    looking    at    him.    A crowd of 50.000 turned out in This assertion brought the din- Belfast t0 welcome them, ner guests at the Mayflower hotel to their feet with applause and is in command of the force*. Al Assas said. Many units of Egypt’s regular army have oeen reported massed Rescuers Near Trapped Miners tition. "There is extensive competition between Chesapeake and Ohio and . the New York Central.” the com- ni^l,paX;1v mission said. "The proposals would not merely a„nvi,jp„ tend to interfere with the hide- f0clbefonJ t0 the communist party. It would make it a crime to try man has declined to comment di-. .    .. .    ,    rtthor redly on it, he has annnounced he : dfaf!nltely had cached the other is against outlawing the commu-'seai- pendence of the New York Central and to accomplish the control and management of that car- The Dill. w hich is sponsored by j U. S. Moves To Collect the committee on un-Amencan j wouldn't make it illegal Withholding TaX Westport, Conn., May 14 (#*>— to establish a communist dictator- \ The federal government tied up rierand the Chesapeake and Ohio i ship in the Unit*d States, would part of Vivien Kellems’ property ner ana tne cnesapeaxe ana umo|force registration of the party (today to collect a bill for with- DarenS^ntended^to accompUsh memoer!;hiP- and otherwise keep a; holding taxes which she had re-parentiy mienaea co accoinpusnj ticrht    nn nnprnfimc nf t.hp I fnaoH «au those very things. And. the commission if there was a management in tile common interest, there would be ■ 1 r* a diversion of traffic from such 5. Lz6flOUriC6S competing lines as Virginian Rail- tight check on operations of the I fused to pay. asserted, communi’sts and their fellow trav_ A $1685.4*0 attachment was flied elers. against her real and personal property by Thomas F. Griffin, acting collector of internal revenue for Connecticut. The action came twx> wreeks after Miss Kellems, head of a cable -pbe grip plant here, wrote Treasury ViAl^ miLO CAO * ii    *VUii    j I .    ^    # way company, Baltimore and Ohio. IvnVPrlll I nm DI I Pennsylvania, Wabash. Nickelplate vail vviiiliiiw and Erie.    i Seoul, Korea. May 14 (A,—___.    0    ,    ...    .    ,    , "The public has just as great an    American military government to-    ^    c    ,    ary interest in the financial sound-    day denounced "the high-handed ness of these railroads as it has    action of the Soviet masters of    ^T    .^ 1;B♦ inu    thi« in thp financial cminrtnp<:<! nf Phps-    north TCnrpa" for rutting off elec-1,    ,,    ,    ueilDeraieiy violating    UHS law. she wrote. I respectfully re cheers. He predicted his election in spite of "calamity howlers,” wrho, he said, are telling things that are not so. Democrats, he asserted, have always met situations where the welfare of the "common, every day man” were involved, while Republicans have been "obstructionists” for the last 15 years. He said they threw ‘‘bricks and mud” at Franklin D. Roosevelt, whom he described as "the greatest president who ever sat in the custody of the White House.”    i    stressing    that a Warren R. Austin, chief United States delegate, was not in the His life was made the subject chamber when the blast against of a Hollywood film production in the president’s recognition was 1939. It was called "Boys Town.” made. But he issued the following A house in Omaha which the statement after checking up on priest rented by borrowing $90 in news agency reports of the pro-the Christmas season of 1917 was clamation: the orginal Boys Town. Now it is' ..Th rprr>£miHnn th, a little city on a transcontinental de    ^ highway west of Omaha. Boys |af,?™' ...---—+--- Stocks Take Dizzy Whirl Nek York. May 14 —1 took a frenzied whirl upward day in the fastest trading in fl!!bVother‘‘day'to'reach Them Shamokin. Pa. May 14. <;P)— Hard working rescue workers reported today they had made contact with three miners entombed in a rain-drenched shaft 175 feet below the earth, j*    “w*    must be within 40 feet of im wardrepor/C Pr0rdon Kn,opP at I p. rn., (est). It may take an- years. Gains of $1 to $7 share for principal issues boosted total market cr we may break through at any ame.’* “We yelled to them from a The Republicans. Mr. Truman merit was the most effective anti-said. are against social security, dote for curbing juvenile delin-against the Tennessee valley au- quency. More than 600 youths who thority. against the wage and hour had attended Boys Town served in law and against the foreign prob- the armed service during the last lem.    ‘    war.    .    _ Town is listed in the U S postal as the defacto authority of the value of listed stocks by around headin* 'n an abandoning mine.' gu°de. It was inlorporaied in1»36    state    is    the    practical, $1,700,000,000.    .    .    ..    ald Stanley Clcheskl, "yid thqr Boys accused of crimes ranging from petty thievery to murder were given sanctuary at Boys Town by Father Flanagan. He pleaded before many courts for youths—always proper environ-1 in the financial soundness of Ches- north Korea” for cutting off elec apeake and Central.” the ICC said. I trie power to U. S. occupied south-Noting that Young had asserted em Korea, that he intended to take New York The power wras cut off at noon. Central control "away from the ostensibly in a quarrel over pay-bankers that have dominated1 ment of the power bill. J tick Goes Out On Location, Finally Gets Movie Finished Richmond, Va.. May 14 —Governor Tuck went out on location to make a movie today. The location was the foot of the steps leading to the capitol portico. step to be taken in the" present Buying orders buried the ex- responded with distinct tapping, development of the difficult aues- change facilities under such an Knopp and Cicheski were among tion of Palestine.”    avalanche of business that high-(dozens of weary rescuers who ------speed quotation tickers couldn’t; have been on the jobs for more JEWS REJOICE    keep up with them. For extended    than 36 hours attempting to New    York. May    14 (TP)—The    periods, including mast of the fi-    reach the men, trapped late Tues- Jewish    agency’s top    spokesman    In    nal hour, the tape fell as much    day when a heavy stramstorm the United Nations when told of as 5 minutes behind actual trans- flooded their independent mine. American recognition of the new actions.    •    I Rescuers used two approaches Jewish state tonight said: "This Traders who base their stock to the men. Some, like Knoick and w wp have been praying for purchases on chart theories touch- Cicheski. were digging down into Marvelous!”    ed off the surge of demand for adjoining, abandoned shafts. Oth- Dr. A. H. Silver of Cleveland, share*.    ,    _    ers were struggling to remove the chairman of the American section This came when the Dow-Jones water from the pit in which the of the Jewish agency executive, industrial average punched its way niineis were trapped. * raised his hands in elation at the through the high of last summer. *pbe    men—charles Bas- news.    ;    This gave a long-awaited signal:    42,    Edward    Heck,    42.    and He appeared completely stunned    theorists    said    confirm-;peter Gordon. 35. all of Shamois tho imnont n/ n    ____ed existence of a primary bul* bin nrocnmohiv nom tont aiivo ed existence or a primary nun ^—presumably were kept alive Silver quickly was surrounded Sal bHVccted * P“°e by movement of air between their ’    .    „    ,    shafts    and    adjoining    ones. f.h?rt fnSnwpr rn hpH    on    Firemen today lowered hundred fhA    hand    wacln    of feet of hos€ mt0 the f'°°ded vires hummed with j “toe A fire truck was backedup orders from all overito the mine opening and began by the impact of the move. by other agency officials who pounded him on the back. OPINION DIVIDED Brokers’ Central’s affairs in recent years, and restore it to the stockholders,” the commission asserted in a footnote to its opinion: "The alleged control is not Actually it amounted to an attempt to force recognition of the Soviet-sponsored government of north Korea. Russian-occupied north Korea shown on this record. Of the 15 normally supplies more than half New' York Central directors, six the electricity used in the Ameri-are connected with banks and can-occupied southern zone, trust companies, while of the 15 The Americans put into opera-Chesapeake and Ohio directors, tion two former navy power-plant eight are connected with banks barges and various military gen-and trust companies.”    erators. Young, who said his proposals These, with south Korea’s own Washington May 14 .-Pi Cana. out-of-town orders irom au bveri—    —-*r    ------ .. It was a remake in color of ^an address the governor made^toji t0^ Vandenberg «R-Mich> "tonight the nation, and local boardrooms suclcin^ out large quantizes of quest that you please indict me.” The attachment, filed in the town clerk's office, represented group on veterans day last year. The governor spoke on the freedoms called President Truman’s r^n*-of our land and Virginia's contd-*    '    ***    -    - bution to these freedoms for a $837.70 which the government said H f movie b I 8 III . a i was due it from Miss Rehems for the department of education s film the first quarter, a IOO per cent production service. penalty for non-payment and $10 There was a bit of technical interest.    I    trouble    during    the    performance. The effect of today's action. The sound man reported that Griffin explained, w’as to transfer the twittering of the birds came to the federal government $1685.40 , through as a rather strong accom-worth of Miss Rehems’ holdings, paniment to Mr. Tuck’s remarks. Then the governor, standing in the glaring sunlight, fluffed a word of the script. which water. Faint tapping noises were neard ________-    were crowded as interests inition of the new Jewish state have hf611 c’ut. ?•[. tJ}e ^a^et ^I thmueh a' 'IOO-foot wall rf solid was recording a speech in a roar- “a logical and proper step.”    a lonR time Put icUe funds to *ork*iCoal and , 0(!!k late yesterday. The ing subway train.    (    Speaker    Joseph    Martin.    Jr., of TnrL A circ Pr/ivorc    sounds    grew    louder    today    as the Finally, a tourist couple saun- Massachusetts, also mentioned as ut* eoixa rujc 3    (rescuers    came    closer    to    th®    trap- tered up. The man carried a movie declined to Comment Ifc^dd'he! ^or ^ew Jewish State camera himself.    |    hadn’t heard of the action before Richmond. Va., May 14. t/P)— ped men. Some 5.000 Free Lance coal diggers and truckers laid down their looked toward an eventual unification of the two roads, has asserted that if his applications were turned down at ICC. he would take the matter to the courts or to congress. 31 Persons Missing In Congo Air Crash Brussels. May 14 (/Pi—A spokesman for the Belgian Airlines (Sa “Who’s the guy getting photo- he was called on for comment, and Governor Tuck today took notice aurine the Drolonced rescue graphed?” he asked.    would rather wait and think it of the independent Jewish state    .... Someone told him it was the over.    proclaimed    for Palestine and ask- governor/    Sharp    criticism    came from Rep. ed Virginians to pray for the new "No wonder,” he said without I Gossett <D-Tex>. further explanation.    I  s The governor attempt, calling a work holiday until the three are brought to the surface. |„.v.uv. issued his state-The president s action is alioth- ment at the request of a delega* That called for a retake. CIO Steelworkers TOU UmrV    flawlessly.|Goswu'saUi"in*a'stawment^'Ap- “°0nnls0/ ^"‘on* who    Baff    Communists sources, were sufficient to maintain key factories and essential, bena > said tonight “there was lit-1 services, the military government j tie chance” of survival for the 25 reported. They are not enough.;passengers and crew of six aboard however, to preserve an even flow a DC-4 plane which crashed in the to all homes And business houses.(Belgian Canoe yesterday. They started another retake. I er inconsistent reversal of policy. _ Gossett said in a statement. “Ap The skies darkened so the re- And while the camera recorded parently he is making a desperate ^ for a proclamation reeard- take    was delayed    a    bit.    and the sound equipment tran-    bid for the New York city vote.    1 irig Jewish state The    sun came    through and the scribed Mr. Tuck speaking on the    "This action seriously jeopar-    Tuck many months ago adopted freedom’s the tourist made his    dizes the peace of the world,    a policy of using official procla- own movies of the camera crew    America is surrendering one-half    mations only on official state mat- camera started to roll and Mr. Tuck started to talk. Booing thunder came out of a rain cloud. The sound man laid ii sounded like he that was making movies of Mr. Tuck. of the world to communism while ters. Hence he made the state-fighting it in the other half.” (ment instead. Boston. May 14 i/P)—Communists were barred today from office in the steelworkers, the Hi freest CIO union, whose officers have refused for ten months to sign affidavits swearing they are not communists. ;