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PAGE EIGHT (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Federals Enter New York Dock Strike; Rebel Walkout-Out Grows NEW YORK, Oct. 20. (API— Federal (authorities prepared today to shoulder the burden of solving New York's paralyzing wildcat dock strike as rebel stevedores moved to spread their walkout. The five-day strike had hit 90 piers and 55 of 14fl ships In Manhattan and Brooklyn by last night Some defense shipping for Korea and other military outposts still was curtailed. Incoming vessels were going to piers nt Slnten Island nmi New Jersey, but tile longshoremen called a mass meeting today, rciwrtedly to extend their movement. Lenders of the strikers said they would tie lip the whole vast New York-New Jersey port by Monday morning in their efforts to reopen contract negotiations with eastern shipping concerns, At the request of city officials, the Federal Mediation Service stepped into the dispute last night. In Washington. Cyrils S. Ching, chief of the Mediation Service, ordered the New York regional office to assign a panel of conciliators to the dispute. Federal officials here are expected to act today. Ching expressed "grave concern 1 ' over the work stoppage iu telegrams to the New York Shipping Association, the employer group, and to the A>TJ International Longshoremen's Association, the union of the rebel stevedores. v But the striking men, numbering several thousand, so far have refused to listen to their ILA boss. Union President Joseph P. Ryan. Ryan yesterday almost gave up his week-long efforts to break the strike and prepared to do an about- face and Join the movement. FIc told the dock workers he would act ai their union lender if they had a majority. The men promised to have the whole port out by I p.m. yesterday. When they failed, liynn said they were still a minority group aj\d lie would remain opposed to the movement. Then the strikers revised their schedule calling for a 100 per cent tie up on Monday. Lenders of the walkout safd Miey would picket piers in New Jersey and on Stnten Inland if more ships Spies Get Death In Peace Time WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. W>—The Senate has voted to Impose the death sentence or imprisonment up to life for both peace time ami wartime spies. The measure, sponsored by Senator O'Conor (D-Md), wns passed yesterday. It now goes to the House. The law now provides capital punishment or Imprisonment up to 30 years (or spies convicted in war time, and for prison sentencas up to 20 years lor pence time spies. EDSOhT Continued from Page i special accounts by V3A Coordinator HarriniRn. Fifty million dolters could be allocated to the United Nation.-, for the Palestine refugee program. Another $50 million could be earmarked for Arab relief. This would leave SCO million for Iran and North Africa. Latin-America Included in Program Latin-America Is brought Into this world-wide nid program for the first time with an authorization of $21 million. All of this will be the so-called "Point rour" airt tor underdeveloped countries. It will be under State Department Administration and it will be divided several ways. Three million of the amount may he transferred to the United Nations for its programs to aid underdeveloped countries. Of the 513 million remaining, over S8 million will go to the Institute of Inter-American Aifairs. Tills is the U. s. government corporation which, since CEASE-FIRE (Continued from Page 1) cold and wind-swept circus tent at Panmunjom. It was the longest one- day session since efforts were started to get the talks going again. The previous longest one-day session was three hours and 25 minutes. Optimism was high at this advance U.N. command camp that the last remntslng talks could be resumed within a few days. The U.N. proposal and its acceptance by the Heds Is In keeping with the give-and-take which !ins mnric- ed recent liaison meetings. When the corridor Issue came up the U.N. Insisted that only the road It-self between KaesonR and Munsan he free from attack. Tlie Reds demanded a tlirec-mlle corridor. They scaled down to one mile, however, ' en they accepted another U.N. compromise proposal Friday. That agreement set up fl security area of three-mile radium around Kae- song and Mun.san. On the question of flights over Kaesong the u. N. position is Hint pilots already had been warned to stay away from Kaesong and Milieu agreement would not solve anything. The Heels want an agreement that mere flight over the Kaesong security area would constitute a hostile act. "As long as there Is no aurce- ncnt, there can be no violation," is the way one Allied officer sum- :ned up the U. N. position. The liaison officers removed the Jigliest stumbling block in the way of resumption of negotiations Frl- lay. That wa.s the size of the security areas to be established around Kac.snn^ and Munsan. . Little by little both sides gave in on the question. are diverted from strikebound Manhattan and Brooklyn. With the mammoth Brooklyn Army Ba.se (led up, the Armed Forces were using Staten Island for loading military cargoes. Tlie striking longshoremen are seeking to reopen negotiations on a .contract ratified last week by a majority of tho 86,000-nieniber ILA between Maine and Virginia. An average wage boost of 25 cents an hour, the ILA's original demand, Is sought by the rebel dock hands. The contract granted a wage Increase of 10 cents an hour, bringing the average wage to {2.10 on hour. Tlie men also have objected to some other clauses in the pact. CONGRESS (Continued from Page IJ ankle. But he objected to Including veterans who arc blind or have lost :i arm. Pay $1,600 on Cars The Icalflation would require the ;overnmctit to pay up to 51,600 on *hc cost of n car for any veteran of .Vorld War II or the Korean flght- ng who has lost a leg or an arm or Is blind or has impaired vision as n result of service, In a burst of speed In slmrp con- :rast to the slow pace of previous months, Congress got rid of a lot of 'must" measures yesterday. It sent to the President bills rais- g the pay of about l.GOO.OOO civil service- and postal workers by /rom •>3QO to $000 a year; hiking postal :ates an estimated S117.000.000 an- 'iimlly; boosting most people's income taxes between n and 12 per cent starting Nov. 1. and ending the state of iv.ir with Germany. . The Senate confirmed nine of he President's nominations for delegates lo the United Nations but left on ice another, that of Philip C. Jessiip. minor Bills Scheduled All bills not acted on at adjourn- nenl time remain on Ihc congressional "pending" list and can be .rikcn up when Congress reconvenes .11 January. Tlie Senate planned today to take ip several minor bills before turner to the appropriations nienslires. When the three money bills are >assed. Congress will have appropriated about 585.000.000.000 for Ihc 052 fiscal year which began July WAR Continued from page 1 rain fell during most of (he day The adverse weather sharply curtailed United Nations air activity. AP Ccrrespondent Sam Summcr- liil said the Red defenders nl Kum- song met the U.N. push with 1.200 rounds of artillery. Earlier Saturday, the- Allies recaptured a hill .south o[ Kuinsong. Reds had taken it during the night 111 a counterattack supported by a heavy mortal' barrage. Eighth Army Infantrymen moved ahead 300 yards In the early morn- Ing hours after a scries of Red counterattacks was pushed back. Saturday wa.s the eighth day of the United Nations advance on Kum- song. An Allied officer said 1,000 rounds of artillery poured into tlie Red- held road hub Friday. .Most of tlicm were directed at Communist supply dumps. The U.N. Allies pounded a Red battalion with tank and artillery in their assault on the last ridgelinc barring the way to the city. U.N. warplanes strafed and bombed the Reds. The Reds bitterly defended their positions directly south of Kmnsong. To tho southwest, re.sisintice was described as "surprisingly light." Summerlln quoted a regimental commander as saying, "those Chinese are fighting hnrd, but I think we've got them rolling. And we can tccp them roiling as long as we keep pushing—and don't let them stop to dig in-" The U.N. Allies captured 52 Chinese prisoners southwest of Kum- icng. A .briefing officer said they were green troops and lacked the spirit of Communists lighting directly south of the city. Northwest of Yonchon. Reds clung stubbornly Eo two hill positions Friday night despite repeated attacks. AP Correspondent George McAr- -hur said the doughboys closed to hand grenade range with the Reds on one of the hills. They hail to fall back after a two-hour battle. On the other hill they withdrew after a •'10-hour battle. WRECK Tills nn nil-time record In a early World War n days, has Ijeen ! """-war year, ft is exceeded only by operating agricultural, health cdu- i Sl-n.000.000.000 voted in fiscal 19-13 rational and other Icchnicnl (level- nn<l S1M.OOO.OOO.OOO in fiscal I8'I4— (Continued from Page 1) tie saw them drinking a Coke about 35 minutes earlier. First person to reach the car was Bill Childless, employe of Buchanan Chevrolet Company, who reported that car lights were .still >n. the motor running and tlie radio playing. The Ijodies were removed to Swift Funeral Home here and taken to Coub Mineral Home In Blythevillc this morning. The car. n 1951 pontiac. dirt not appear to lie heavily damaged. Deputy Cannon said. , Funeral arrangements were Incomplete at noon. Arkansas News Briefs — Budenz Warns Of Communism In Forum Talk By THE ASSO€UTKI> I'HESS _ SEARCY—Communists '« the u. S. state Department largely were responsible for the "delay in taking a stand against Russia In China and Korea." charges Ixiuls IJmlenz. himself a former Red. Buctelz told 1,100 delegates to Harding College's loth annual Freedom Forum yesterday that "we must take n stand against Communism now—tomorrow will be loo late— we must elect leaders who nre real Americans." Holt Faces Court UTTLE ROCK—Movie cowboy Ttm Holt, guest slur at the Arkansas Livestock Show's rodeo early this month ,may make another Arkansas appearance—this one in court to /nee charges of perjury. Pulaskl Prosecutor Tom Downie, who filed charges yesterday accused Holt of testifying lalsely in a divorce hearing that >ie was a resilient of Arkansas. Mystery Man Found YELLVILLE—A mystery man who apparently has been roaming the mountains In Marion County for about two months Is being held here. Sheriff jack Pace said he captured the man—who either Is a mute or refuses to talk—in the attic of an abandoned house near Paradise Point on the White River Monday Power Co-Op Gets Order ^LITTLE ROCK—The Northwest Electric power Co-Operative, Inc.. of Cameron, Mo., has obtained a temporary order to prevent the Arkansas public Service Commission from Interfering with Its construction of a transmission line across two North Arkansas counties. Federal Judge Thomas C. Trimble IsMieii the ordor yesterday. EGYPTIAN (Conlinued from Page 1) clers. Egypt Repudiates Pact The Egyptians have publicly sworn to throw the British out of the Suez Cnnal area. The Egyptian government has repudiated the 20-year defense pact with Britain five years ahead of its expiration. The treaty permitted British troops to use Egyptian bases for a 10,000 man army and a WO plane air-force to defend the canal. Egyptian tanks, artillery and n detachment of Infantry in armored cars drew up on the highway about halfway between Cairo and Suez yesterday, then pulled aivay from Ihe British fox holes and artillery emplacements. .Vavy Backs Army The British forces are backed by the naval guns of the heavy cruiser Gambia and a small flotilla of deslroyer.s. British troops have succeeded in scaling off ihe canal and splitling Egyptian forces on the Sinai Peninsula in Asia and in The Main. African part of Egypt. So far the Egyptians have offered no determined challenge to them. But the fiery interior minister. Found Scrrag E! Din Pasha, kepi up a running drum fire of accusations, blaming the British for all the rioting and other incielcnts along ihc canal. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1951 BEWITC1IIN'—Haunting is the word for Nicki Morris, ready for Ihc Hallowe'en witching hour at Miami Beach, Fla. TAXES on Ihe southern outskirts of Ihc city where he had been staying for some time. (Continued from Page n cent larger than those last year. The full effect will be felt in 1952. Taxpayers in the higher income brackets have an option of continuing to pay taxes at present rates, and adding on an extra payment amounting to 9 per cent of the income remaining after payment of the lax. T^iis iilternatc method benefits single persons with incomes of S28.800 or more a year, and married tuples above S57.600. Here are sbme of the principal excise boosts: Whisky, gin. brandy and other hard liquor from $9 a 100-proof gallon to $10.50. Beer from is to S9 a barret. Wine up an average of 12 l ,a per cent. Cigarettes up from 7 cents a paex to 8 cents. Gasoline from l\2 to 2 cents a gallon. Automobiles increased frcm 7 to 10 per cent of manufacturers' price. Trucks and buses, from 5 to 8 per cent. Electric dishwashers, electric garbage disposal units, power lawnmowers and other items of household equipment put uncier a 10 per cent manufacturers' tax. Fountain pens, mechanical pencils, cigarette lighters will be laxcd 15 per cent ol the manufacturers' price. There will be a new 10 per cent tax on the grn.^s receipts of bookmakers and lottery operators, including persons engaged in the numbers racket This one promises to be an enforcement headache for the fnicnial Revenue bureau. In a few cases, excise laxes were cut or abolished. The tax on telegrams goes down frcm 25 to 15 per cent of the charge. Smoking and etvin:,' tobacco will be trxed 10, oil.s and ixjwders come out from the 20 per cent retail tax. | Homeowners wno sell their dwell- [ inys will not be taxed on any profit i they may receive, provided they re- I ii'.ve.u the £ain in a new personal residence within n year of the date of sale. This provision is retroactive to last Jan, l. Hollywood Conunrad tMm p»g« 4 magician hu> lo be a good actor in the first place." NO MORE "STROMBOL1S" The leak out of her attorney's corner Is that Ingrld Bergman is undecided on whether she'll star (or hubby Hoberto R. in "Europe—1951." despite the drum-pounding from Italy. Ingrld, the word goes, is a/raid of ajiother "StrombolJ" and is waiting for either a British or Hollywood movie offer to Jell. n\K career switch for Bob Ryan. After a parade of tight-lipped lough guys, he's doing a wise-cracking [raveling salesman w |th Harliar* Stanwyck on his mind in "Clash bv Nigill." . . . Una Romay's liai-V in Hollywood for »-TV musical scries teamed up with Lex Baxter. * • • FKi D'Orsay and Ricky Lattices are bristling over printed rumors that they have separated and will hit tile divorce route. "Fifi and I are happier than we've ever been," he told me. • • • The Milton Bren-Eddie Alperson remake of "A Star Is Born" won't tie a slam-bang musical, as re- ix>rted. The new version will merely substitute a band songstress who lilts movie fame for the straight actress role played by Janet Qay- nor. Marriage of peppy Estelita Rodriguez and Frant Winters, who was once wed to Loretta Young, can't take place until December of 1952. That's when Grant has been prom- wed his legal freedom. Talking about an actor whose name you may be able to guess. Roy Rowland said: "He's a versatile and gifted guy who can act any role except his own age." Negro Deaths Rites for Susie Odom To Be Held Sunday Services for Susie Odom, 64. who died Friday at her home on South 1 Klin Street, will be conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow at New Salem Baptist Church in Hemando. Miss., by Rev. C. L. Keeri, pastor. Burial will be in New Salem Cemetery. She is survived by one daughter, Lenora Burton, and 11 grandchildren. Caston Funeral Home is in charge. COTTON BOLL on North Hiway 61 I'hone 3570 TONIGHT ONLY FAMILY N1TK SI.OO Per Car Load 2 — HITS — 2 Kolicrt Sterling in "BUNCO SQUAD" —A\L>— TIM HOI.T in "BORDER TREASURE" SUNDAY & ? opmcnt projects on « shared cost basis with various Latin-American countries. Its present head is Kenneth Ivcrson. ie IIAA and the Point Four program will be con- i Se " ale »»« lin in the mWst or World War II. Senate. House. Split Difference ! The compromise foreign aid bill i nerec-d upon last, nicht pretty well' split ihc difference between the tinued more or tes permanently The total was S154.00.000 less than even after the. Mutual Security Ad- tllc ""use voted and SI20.Ono.000 ministration is liquidated in IM4. j above the Senate fisure. The cnn- Point Four i? expected to grow. j 'frees accepted the S100.000.003 sne- Under the pre.'-ent MSA amhorizn- : ci «' Horn <rom Spain pin Into tlie tion. Point Rnir is allocated R to- ! measure in the Senate at the urg- tel of SH7 million. i iii^ of Srnator McCivrran (D-Nevl. The S60 million for the .Middle < _ Tlle " ral vrrsio " carried sft,788.- East will be largely Pniri Four ! s ° 2p ' 1s7 '" '"Hilary funds and Sl.- projccts. Ethiopia. l.jbia and LI- ' •WSIO for economic help as well as beria in North Africa ml! g t | from ' !)lc mcmcv f or Spain. The bill also $1 million to SI.5 million apiece out j ' "-appropriates S81fi.7Ln.304 of car of this. ] ry-ovcr money from the prevlciu: Latin-America Nil) set the S2I " million mentioned above. India Pakistan and Southeast Asia will get a total of nearly JGS million In addition to all thc.se sums Congress provided that up t o in. per i SB.500.000.000 in new money for tliL cent of the SS billion military airt. | global aid program. 'Hie comprom- or SGOO million could be transferred I Isc bill p.rnnls about 86 per cent ol to economic aid. Also, authorized i his request, Tlie money will 50 lo friends of this nation throughout the world. fiscal year so that, more than S8.- OOO.nCO.000 is available for fiscal 1952 - f omproinisr Aid Rill I'.isscd President Truman had asked for ~ ^LU,,V,JI,^ rtlu . rti.Mj. :imuori?ed ' I aid of any one kind like Point Four I —may r» trap,.[erred from area to ' t area, as from Europe to Asia or vice versa, as new emergencies arise. About four-Iitths of it is for Europe. However, the one case in which the conferees took the louer of the figures In dispute between the two branches Involved military aid for Europe. The House volcd S5.072.47S.271 for this purpose and the Senate $4,818,852.',57. Tile latter was accepted. „. .. Conferees on the first supple- In Klytheville. the bi« contest is mental bill acrecd upon a S74.945.- 000 allotment !nr oivil defense. Mr. Truman hud asked for $535,000.000. POLITICS (Continued from Page 1) without opposition the three-way race for mayor between Incumbent Doyle Ifelidc-r.-on. for- Atdermnn D.in B!<idt;e't and mer Mayor E. n. Jaclcsnn. The only other race to date is a I- r-way affair between ]| om cr 1 - rJr. .f. F. n.-own<on 'Vnrfe Oil Stove Overheats An overheated oil .stove at the . . . and Dave Ilalstc-ad for Ward : homc "' Bcn S ' sllalllt .' at One alderman. The post now Is held by Jlnimie Sanders, who is not « candidate. Third Ward Alderman 1. O Nash and Leslie Moore. Fourth Ward hi- cumber,* *r Hcarn was the c^use of n fire alarhi this morning. No damage resulted. .John Caudill Is seek:.!,- " 1( - Second Ward «,u now held l,v W C Caiei C " es> K.«)ecMon who hss moved trora Negro Wanted as Slayer In Memphis Caught Here Walter H:\ckmaii, Negro wanted for murder in Memphis, ivn.s turned over to Memphis authorities, yc.s- ICTCiay following his. arrest here late Thlll'srby. Sheriff William Brrryinan said Brvcktnan was wanted for the murder of a Negro woman In »\fcin- phis two months a^u. He Mas arrc.stcd at a Negro home = YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE •lassT M-G-M ,N presents the mighty musical of the ^ ^^iS^^sSf- Mississippi! 4IP^* COMING" SOON! NEW THEATER Manila, Ark. TIPTON MoneMe, Ark. NEW Caraway, Ark. SUNDAY & MONOA 1 Conlituious Showing Sunday from 2 p.m. _JMW£1 ESM1S11 nAMfH She "nan's March :-vS> / •> fnt ^'X.*': /*. A._*t__*» • Ten feorlen men and a girl defy a desperate army! *». »*;* i/ yJStK-u niniioiiui : -"-'**" ~" : '^» 1 .Vtf*'£r< l /i PRODUCTIONS. INC ,,,,,»l, ^&( \Jf^ V|»U»«\ 'X' » -|ylg| , ^.' , '^T85? Stossen Soys He Would Consider Presidents Race PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 20. M'j— Harold E. Stassen, president of the University ol Pennsylvania, says he would confer with two Nebraska supporters relative to entering his name In that state's Republican presidential preference primary. Stassen, former governor of Minnesota, unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination in 1044 and 1043. l-'rcd A. Seaton, Hastings, Neb., publisher, announced yesterday that petitions would be circulated immediately to "draft" Stassen as a candidate for the Nebraska vote Galileo demonstrated in 1632 that the earth revolved around the sun. REACH-EASY CLEANING" with this NEW G-E! AMAZINGI NEWI SWIVEL-TOP' HOME CLEANER As little as 710 per week Attx ton wmt SEE IT TODAY/ Hubbard & Hoke APPLIANCE CO. Authorized D*ctfer GENERAL'^ ElECTRIC VACUUM CLEANERS RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday "Where Trail Divides" «itli Tom Keene Also Cartoon & Serial Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Coming Soon — IHIATAI Also Warner News & Shorts rc±MK3U^M3B£a«MiaHHfl^ll NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. & Sun. Phone 58 Itiftl SlSiiil! • llUltl fttflEU frcm tf.( Inmirhl Mji.ul Play "SHOW BOAT" by JfSOMf K£«N ,M OSCAR HAMMERSTEIfl. 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