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Highway Patrol Will Support Safety Council Despite Cut TALLAHASSEE <*-The Florida Highway Patrol will go the limit to supporting the efforts of the; Citizens’ Safety Council to wipe out death on the highways, but the limit Is about t,OOO a year. Hate cooperation with the dti sons group In the tlwftMf 1 # ram paiga to pronota highway safety, was nude the roapoasiblllty of the patrol by the 1553 Legislature. But the Iwftoletuse, according to Patrol Director H. N. Kirkman, provided no Special funds tor the ' tlOrlL e ? s.j The lawmakers gave the patrol 1000,000 more to rthe lUM-’M hi enntam than it had tor the pre ceding 2-year period end ordered the petrel to provide the state fevsi assistance required by the Safety rminfii But the Legisiatur ealso instruc ted the petrol to add 4 men to its uniformed force petrolling the state’s highways, ft costs about $30,000 a year to keep a patrol maa or the road, Kirkman said. Hut means the addltioa of 5 new men wOi take up all of the moo.ooo inereaat fat the 2-year appropria “Wo wffi do all we can to aid the Citizens’ Safety Council. I tetievo tee council is performing • vital function and that it should ho encouraged. Enforcement, to my opinion, is the number one wetpoa hi combotting traffic fa-i talittee. But education plays an] important rule,” Kirkman said. "Bat the legislature did not give ns any money to he spent on work fee the fjttfiwf 1 committee and we will have available only what meney we * l<l squeeze from here and teert.” The state’s participation hi the etttMas safety education program during the Warren administration was an a haphazard, but organised Various state egffteies chip ped In money and services to keep a state office alive, Nat Barnho served as chief of the state office at $7,500 a year. Ultenrs Cawthon, a $6,500--year advertising commission employe, functioned cs publicity man and fswr or five secretaries were pro vided m n Jead-leaae besis. the Voice o i Safety, a news paper published by Bambo as the Cation eeppaiga at a cost of $7,000 • JgßdljMo Stepped. CapLfk & Tilder, patrol safety officer, raid, those also will be no pub- Bitty mb assigned to Rambo'a tat- try to provide some •Oft of an information circular, let It probably still be a mimeo graphed job,” Taylor said. the patrol also will draft em ployes item ether dutfee to assist Btfeho's office to getting out safety Bfaratare at fatervaU, Taylor said. Bemho also win be provided with a patrol ear for aececaary travel as seen as oat becomes available. 8* iMwrty was provided aa auto- ARTHRITIS? I but wonderfully blessed ll Mu| rotated to active life ,Ar beta* crippled la nearly arery Joint la my body and with aeeecular rareness from bead to fift. 1 bad Rheumatoid Arthritis ead other forma of Rheumatism, heade deformed end my ankles Mt* . Limited apace prohibit! telling yea mere have but if you will , "*** me X will reply at ooce and tall yen bow I received this won- - IWSi Mrs. Lela S. Wier SHI Arbor Hilts Drive a. a lea sm ' . '; , . Take a Glorious Greyhound Expense-Paid Tour ft MEXICO n^Mn^ A ww^| hdllfttUtt. Tftttf ftOftßftft life 10 ““—** jtLrisrfi.l JBBB& w • * • wiHiutHUl town B •* hi* City; Carta* *C B X Xadtailc*; Puebla; ChaMa; II Ue ■*!*. Mk e Kwjtaf*; ami Mu sew OK GREYHOUND TMI KBY WIST CITIZSN mobile by the State Bead Depart ment. i Kirkman said he hoped to co rdate more closely the work of Rambo and the patrol's own six mao safety education detail. A lot of the work previously don* by Rambo can be done by one of the uniformed safety officers, Kirkman said. ! Maxwell Wells, Orlando, preai- Conned, recently wrote Kirkman asking that at Wart MS.non annual ly be budgeted to be ?*nt by tee date to working with tee citizens’ group. “We ere going to cooperate ns best we can with tee *Citiaens‘ Safety Council. But obviously we cannot put a lot of money into it. Mr. Rambo will be available to work with them at all times. But j fod the Citizens' Safety <>etocs should operate compatety indepen dent of tite highway patrol, which is primarily an enforcement agen cy,” Kirkman said. TODAY’S STOCK MARKET NEW YORK Of- The stock market continued its decline today but plenty of resistance to the fall appeared. v [ Most of the decline was centered [in the railroads with losses of major fractions frequent. No other major section of the list displayed unrelieved losses. Divisions bolding steady or with mixed prices leaning slightly lower included steels, motors, utilities, coppers, chemicals, aircrafts, and oil*. Republic steel, which overnight reported high first half earnings, was up a small fractions. Rock Island Railroad, off S points yester day. opened unchanged and teen sagged slightly. After the dose yesterday directors increased the quarterly dividend. Lower stocks included New York Central, Baltimore 4 Ohio, North ern Pacific, American Smelting, Union Carbide, and Studebaker. Higher were American Tele phone, Allied Chemical, U.S. Steel, Packard, and United Aircraft ■ aDMifinrc tai ire (Continued Pram Page One) more than 27,MS anti-Communist North Korean war prisoners re leased by Rhee to mid-June. Wilmington asserted that the UNC seems to be trying to take a middle course. He said the U. N. wants. Rhee to on aa armistice but has failed to give any “solid assurances” that Rhee’s govern ment and Artoy wOi not wreck the truce. The Communist correspondent said Rhee apparently has agreed only to observe a cease-fire until M days after a post-armistice Political conference Wilmington contended that Rhee toaists that Poaeefol unification of Korea can not he achieved to such a confer ence and teat the South Koroaa President would Mock it anyway. South Korean Defense Minister Soho Won R sail the groat Chinese offensive shows the Communists’ “insincerity” to tee trues negotia tions. "Peace cannot come,” he said. Sohn caHed the offensive “proof teat tee Rads have no intention tor peace. They win never five up their aggression.” Meanwhile, Assistant Secretary of State Robertson left Tokyo tor the U. S. and a personal report to President Eisenhower. Preuk Baton holts, outfielder for the Chicago Cubs, ooce played pro basketball with the Cleveland Re* bels in the Basketball Aaaodatkm of America. Page 3 The Weatherman Sqy Key West and vicinity: Partly doudy. continued warm and humid thru Wednesday. Scattered thun dershowers likely near the shore. Gentle to moderate variable winds, mostly southwest and west, fresh tong in and near showers. Highest temperature Wednesday about to*; lowest tonight about It*. Florida: Partly cloudy with scat tend, mostly afternoon, showers and thundershowers thro Wednes day. Jacksonville thro the Florida Straits and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate variable winds thro Wed nesday. Partly ctoody weather. Scattered shower*. Western Caribbean: Gentle to moderate southeast to east winds thru Wednesday. Partly doudy weather. Widely scattered show ers. Weather summary tor tee Tropi cal Atlantic, Caribbean Se% and the Eastern Gulf of Mexico: There is a lew pressure area in the At lantic to the east of North Cardins with an associated area of showers and squalls. Elsewhere to the area conditions are relatively stable with BO signs of any tropical dis turbance. Key Wert, Fla., July 14,1951 Obsarvatione Taken at City Office, te AM. EST Highest Lowest tort night —— IS Mean ® Normal 94 Precipitation Total tort 24 hours .00 Ins. Total this monte IJt ins. Excess this monte —..... .35 ins. Total this year 12.39 ins. Excess tills year 2JB ins. Relative Humidity, • AM 10% Barometer (Ron Level). teN A. N. 29.97 in 5.—1014.9 mbs. Tomorrow's Almanac Sunrise 5:44 a.m. Sunset 7:19 p.m. Moonrise , 9:42 sum. Moonaet „ 10:09 p.m. TOMORROW (Naval Boon) High Tide Low Tide 12:29 a.m. ' 12:19 p.m. TEACHERS' SALARIES (Continued From Page One) college man or woman, with work toward the doctorate. The raiaes to pay for county teachers mate them rank high among the salaried professional workers to the county. Salaries can only be matched by Fed Govern ment at tee U. 8. Naval Station or to other Federal employment here. PRE&DENT MAY . (Continued From Page One) action on a 15,157.232,500 author!- ; ration bffl late yesterday end sent it to Eisenhower. Action came on a compromise bffl which bad been worked out after the Senate and House passed varying measures. House approval of the final version was by 221-10 U ran call; Senate approval was by voice vote. The authorisation was more than SOS millions leas than the $5,474,000,- 000 requested by the President But it stffl represented something of an administration victory in view of forecasts of much bigger cuts. However, GOP leaders staved off some threatened reductions with tee plea they should bo saved for tee subsequent money MU. The authorisation measure fixes ceilings for tee cash voted in a money bffl, net yet started through Congress. The program involved is for fiscal 1164, two weeks of which already have elapsed. The authorisation includes a pro vision, objected to by the adminis tration, which would require with bolding of about e billion dollars from Western Europe unless trea ties looking to formation of an in ternational army are ratified. A report prepared by the staff af the Senate Appropriations Committee, made public last night was bftfdy critical of France and of U. S. administration of the for sign -aid program there.. The study said there is a ques tion "whether or not the French will ever put their house in order, and balance their budget by col lecting the proper amount of taxes at long at they receive Am- 1 erieen aid.** la tea fiscal year which ended PLANE VICTIMS” (Continued tram Page Out) but Mud parts af bodies bad bean The airliner, hound from Guam to n * H,l><l . Calif., was Peri beard from Saturday wight, whan it reported ns poiiaos is ns bwi mat of Wake. It apparently plunged brio tee sea minutes later without s thy wire to send out a distress *jgiul. A spokesman said tea Hawaiian See Frontier would cootiaae the air search for at least 94 hours more, with two picnes on sight search sod two ethers on day 1 search. Navy Chiefs Quid Dies After Surgery Gary Motika. two years, three months, son of Chief and Mrs. Ralph Motika. died following surgery at VS. Naval Hospital, 1:37 p.m. Monday, it was an nounced today. The child died in the operating room. His parents live at 52-D Arthur Sawyer road. Pritchard’s Funeral Home is flying the body to Cleveland. O, where Gary will be buried next week. The Motikas are going up to Cleveland today. He is survived by his parents: two brothers, Ralph, Jr., 9, and Jimmie, 4, and a sister, Deborah, six months. RALPH PLACENOA, JR. (Continued From Page One) cencto from Key Wert and trans port her thousands of miles to the Sacramento, Cal. hospital where her son toy dying. Her arrival plus first class med ical treatment and prayer brought Ralph back to life. Today though he can never use his right arm again for heavy work, he can write with it, and as he showed me this morning he can give a good, firm handclasp. On a 24 per cent disability pen sion for the rest df his life, Ralph, unlike many young men, is not go ing to sit back and relax on that. After a rest at home with his be loved parents and six brothers and sisters, he plans to finish his last year of high school, interrupted when he joined the service. Then he will use his GI benefits for thor ough trade training, either to tel evision or welding. Ralph arrived home Sunday night, unannounced save tor a wire to hla brother. Ralph, Sr., was sitting at home Sunday night, just as though It was any Sunday night. Suddenly his boy walked to the door. Dad Cried “My dad cried—teat’s a good dad for you,” Ralph Jr. said today. “Mother—she was too / happy to cry, also she had cried herself out during the time of the accident.’’ Mater Terry, 17, didn’t even rec ognize Ralph when tee saw him Sunday night. The Air Force year has jumped the boy from five feet 11 to six feet one and upped his weight from 144 to INI pounds. Lest 75 Pounds In One Week “I waa up to 19T pounds the day the propeller got me.” Ralph said. “I went down 75 pounds to the week afterwards.” Ralph ter., with gUstoyoing brown aims took Ralph Jr. around USO clubhouse where everyone from Dick Evans, club director on down has happily watched Ralph’s steady recovery through his letters home and hi* father’s reports. The boy, accustomed now to the cool Wert Coart winters and nights, mopped hit brow in the warm ish clubhouse. He was wearing tee watch hit mother gave him for Christmas and the Air Force ring he bought himself. He reached out the right hand that was almost lost last Novem ber, shook the outstretched, wel coming hands of the docent of in terested sad happy friends at the USO. “See you later”, he said. last June 20, it continued, plans were to give France about 5S mil lion dollars but tba amount mush roomed to about *1,300,000,000. in the current authorisation, Franca is down for about Sl7 millions. 5:52 a.m. 0:12 p.m. What I Does 1 ■ Your B Letterhead J K About I Your I Business? gl Your letterhead is your •ilent spokesman .... Rightly designed —and printed it can en hance the importance of every letter. a ajSjpmr I m* DIAL 2566 1 THE Artnau Pros Acre*a Prase City Maß GRKSNE STRUT VAST NUMBER OF (Continued from Page One) sent probing waits as deep aa few miles behind the main fighting. Some Reds were chopped down to crossfire as they tried to get through. Gibson, reporting from tite ROK Capitol Division at tec west flank, said the Chinese, after breaching; the line, founded ir more troops without thought of cost. “We have cut down two Chinese divisions pretty badly,” reported BIG 3 FOREIGN (Continued from Page One) discussions here. The British and French ministers, it was reported, thro referred the documents to London and Paris for final consid eration to advance of today’s meet ing. i j Moat of the discussion of tite conference has been concerned with the elosdy related problems of Western policy toward Ger many and Western estimates of the behavior and policy of the Soviet Union. Any moves toward achievement of German unification must involve Russia since it is one of the occupy ing powers along with the three Western nations. A determined effort to bring about such a unifi cation would involve at some stage a Big Four conference. While unification it a problem for the occupation powers, it is an urgent political issue in Germany. 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