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End Nazi Consul's Privileges in Bolivia German Tried to Incite Disorders; Attaches in Rio Burning Papers B? the Associtted Pres*. LA PAZ. Bolivia. Jan. 13—Bolivia today revoked the consular privileges of Erwin Keidel. German consul at Pofoei, explaining that the action was prompted by Keidel s efforts to Instigate disorders in the Bolivian tin-mining district. The government decreed a state of siege Sunday because of outbreaks in three areas as the result of an issue over whether taxes collected from the Patino mining interests should be used for provincial public works or. as the government had decided, for federal projects. Keidel. a business man established in this country for several years, was placed in charge of the Potosi con sulate three months ago. RIO DE JANEIRO. Jan. 13 bFV— The German consulate was reliably reported today to be burning its papers. Informed quarters linked this with information that Brazil, with other Latin American nations, is willing to sever diplomatic re lations with the Axis. West End Citizens Back Jitney Taxi Service The proposal that a jitney service be provided in Washington by taxi cabs to alleviate traffic congestion end give means for workers to get to theif offices quicker was Indorsed by the West End Citizens- Association last night. The proposal was ad vanced recently by Frederic Delano, chairman of the National Capital Park and 'Planning Commission. The group also went on record as strongly opposed to the movement of Government agencies from the District, criticizing decentralization as "disruptive and expensive.” Both actions were taken by the group on the motions of Charles H. Raub. The organization also discussed the proposition of campaigning to encourage residents and business proprietors to keep the sidewalks fronting their'premises clean. No action was taken, however, pending proposing the suggestion to the West End Businessmen's Association. 15 Indictments Returned By New D. C. Grand Jury The newly-organized •istrict grand Jury made its first return today when it handed up 15 Indictments to Justice T. Alan Goldsborough in District Court. Assistant United States Attorney Cecil R. Heflin, who just has been assigned to grand jury work by United States Attorney Edward M. Curran, has been buay with a mass of cases accumulated over the holidays. Those indicted today and the charges against them are: Joseph Penso, violation of the numbers law; Runell E. Robinson, assault with intent to commit robbery-; Al fred L. Ford, jr., assault with a dan gerous weapon and assault with intent to kill. John A. Whitworth, assault with a dangerous weapon; James Petty Hall Joseph E. Black, Wesley Parker. George Adams and Joseph H. Krause. Joyriding: Joseph W. Brown, joyriding and grand lar ceny: John Henry Smith, house breaking: Joseph A. Diggs and Lewis Thigpen, housebreaking and lar ceny. Capt. B. F. Norwood Dies; Ex-Navy Surgeon Here By the Associated Press. NEW YORK. Jan. 13 —Capt Ben jamin Franklin Norwood. U. S. N.. a | former chief surgeon at the Naval Hospital in Washington and lately attached to the Naval Medical Sup ply Depot. Brooklyn, died last night in his apartment here He was 55. ' Third Naval District headquarter* j said death was due to coronary i thrombosis. A native of North Carolina. Capt. j Norwood filled many special assign ments in surgery for the Navy. His last sea duty was as senior medical i officer aboard the U. S S California i last year. He was attached to the j Medical Corps and was a recent ' graduate of the Naval War College,. I Newport. R X. He is survived by his widow. Anne., Burial will be in Arlington National j Cemetery at 1:30 p.m. Friday. Officials Ban Skating At Reflecting Pool Skating on the Reflecting Pool was prohibited at 2 p.m. today by | the Office of National Capital Parks , after several persons had broken i through the melting ice. The parks office announced, how ever. that skating will be permitted indefinitely on the Kenilworth i Aquatic Gardens ponds. Auto Dealers 'Continued From First Page.) that will become unserviceable this year. He also said there should be a continuous flow to dealers of all automotive parts needed to keep 33.000.000 cars on the highways in repair. Meanwhile, a Senate Interstate Commerce Subcommittee heard tes timony on a bill giving the Govern ment authority to regulae sizes and weights of trucks operating in in-: terstate commerce. Testifying in support of the leg-1 lslation. Mrs. Helen Slocum, head of! the Boat Transit Co. of Detroit, de- ! dared the measure was needed to speed up deliveries of supplies to the Army and Navy Vigorous opposition to the pending legislation came from a representa tive of the Texas County Judge* and Commissioners Association. Gregg County Judge Merritt Gib son of Longview declared Federal authority provided in the measure would be a violation of State's rights. He argued that the State* built and maintained their own highways and should determine the regulations governing their use. Similar views were expressed by Wheeler Millmore of the New York Btate Liegislature. NEW WAR LABOR BOARD UMPIRE TALKS ON THE RUN—After talking with President Roose velt today about bis new Job as an umpire to assist the new 12-man War Labor Board, Wendell Willkie (dark overcoat, third from left) was Interviewed "on the run” as reporters escorted him down the White House drive. (Story on Pa*# A-U —A. P. Photo. ! Detroit Locals Launch Drive for 'Union Unity' By Ua Associated Pill*. DETROIT, Jan. 13 —Official* of C. I. O., A. T. L. and Independent unions in Detroit disclosed today that In a joint meeting last night they had pledged support ‘to a cam paign to win the forces of organized labor to genuine, complete and hon est labor unity everywhere.” Officials or leading members of 11 local unions with a total member ship of 331,000 attended the meet ing. iU sponsors announced. George Edwards, former United Automobile Workers < C I. O ) organizer who recently took office as an elected member of Detroit City Council, acted as temporary chairman. A resolution adopted by the group stated labor disunity “tends to dis rupt the smooth-working of the de-( fense program, thus undermining the Nation's security ” It added that "Continued division to labor's ranks plays into the hands of selfish and short-sighted employer* who seek to use this division to under mine the great social gains of labor and liberalism.” Unionists at the meeting named a steering committee to report to a second session of the group Jan uary 26. Biddle Warns Export lew Will Be Strictly Enforced BE th« Associates Pres*. Attorney General Biddle declared today that the Board of Economic Warfare would tolerate no evasion of the Export Control Act by per mitting ships to carry supplies be yond a vessel's own requirements. Commenting on penalties Imposed yesterday in Federal Court in New York. Mr Biddle said the Justice Department had ' undertaken to pip in the bud the development of such a device-’ for dodging control of ex ports of materials which might help the enemy. The case involved the Spanish steamship Isla de Tenerife, seized in New York Harbor December 13 for having aboard without proper licensing 193 drums of lubricating oil. 1.000 feet of armored cable, 49 radio receiving set tubes and 1.200 feet of 7-inch manila rope. The owners, Capt. Jose Alberti of the ship and Jose Mayorga. agent for the Spanish company, were in dicted for violation of the Export Control Act The owners pleaded guilty, for feited the merchandise and paid a total of $20,000 in penalties. The captain and Mayorga pleaded nolo contendere and were fined $1,000. Treasury Ousts Five Aniline Company Officers By the Associated Preas. NEW YORK. Jan. 13 —Five offi cers of General Aniline & Film Corp. were ordered suspended to day and barred from the one-Ume German-controlled company* of fices in a notice received from the Treasury Department in Washing ton. They were Dr Rudolph Hutz. di rector: Hans Aickelin. former direc tor. now a vice president; William H. vom Rath, former secretary and director, now a vice president; F W. van Meister, plant manager at Johnson City. N Y., and Leopold Eckler. assistant vice president and plant manager of the Agfa-Ansco division at Binghamton, N. Y. War Veterans' Group Honors Comdr. Kabler By tht Associated Pres* NEW YORK. Jan. 13—Comdr. William L. Kabler of Bristol. Va.. who commanded the little seaplane tender Heron during an attack by 15 Japanese planes, today was made an honorary member of the North Sea Mine Force Association—a group of war veterans who laid more than 76.000 mines along the Norwegian coast during the last war. National President Richard C. O Brien of Boston said the certifi cate of membership would be for warded to Comdr. Kabler through Secretary of the Navy Knox. Comdr. Kabler and his crew shot down on* of the Japanese planes, damaged another and brought their vessel safely into a Far Eastern port although she sustained a direct hit. Leahy Calls an Petain VICHY. Jan. 13 up).—United States Ambassador Admiral William D. Leahy called today on Marshal Petain to present to the Chief of State personal best wishes from President Roosevelt for the pros perity of France during the new year. Join the United States Coast Quard today. 'One Pearl Harbor Enough/ Hosiery Makers Abandon Silk Mr ttx AuoditfdVrtM. NEW YORK. Jan. II—The pres ident of the National Association of Hosiery Manufacturers, declaring that "one Pearl Harbor Is enough." said today the stocking Industry was definitely throigh with silk. The executive. Earl Constantine. In an address to the National Retail Dry Goods Association convention, said: "I hope we aon't go back to the old days and that American manu facturers will five us new products so that we shal never have to return again to the capricious Japanese market.” He said that, except at a few plants, silk yarns on hand were vir tually exhausted and that It ap peared that rayons would be the shief substitute. "Within about 90 days." he said, "people will really feel that silk is gone." Total production of women's stockings in 1943. be said, would be about 30.000.000 docen pairs, or about 25 per cent less than the estimated figure for 1941. Illustrating growth of rayon in the hosiery industry-, he said that in July, 1941. no full-fashioned rayon hose were made, but bv November 360.000 dozen pairs had been pro ducer Standard Oil Has Option On Lalonia (rack Property B> the Amoctated Ptma LOUIS VILLT. Ky.. Jan If—The i Standard Oil Co. of Ohio has an : option expiring February 4 on the property of the Latonia race track at Covington. Ky.. Samuel H. Mc Meekin. secretary of ChuTchUl Downs-La torn* and the American Turf Association, said today. The action rllmaxes five yearn of negotiation with the oil company, which operates a refinery adjacent to the race trvck The option a said to be in excess of $250,000. ard culmination of the sale Is said to be dependent on the Ohio concerns ability to obtain necessary eonwmction permits from the city of Cjvington for planned expansion. | Sale and abandonment of racing i at. the mile o*al would leave Ken | rucky. traditional home of the I thoroughbreds with but three ■ tracks—Churccill Downs. here; Keeneland. at Lexington, and Dade ! Park, near Penderson All three have spring (fetes assigned. Browns, Without Capital, Seek Cash for r42 Season By the AMonstet. Pre*«. i 8T. LOUI8 Jan. 13—President Donald L. Bernes of the Browns told a stockholders' meeting today the baseball dub had no working capital for 19*2, but was attempting to obtain additional cash loans from j directors and oanks. He added tnere were no Indica tions yet whether efforts to arrange the financing vould be successful. A reductior of $63,091 In net revenue from ill games and deficits in minor league farm operations j caused the Btnwns to suffer a sub j stantial loss ltst season. Mr Barnes said. It was reported the club went in the red abcit $100,000. ____ Judge to Rule Tomorrow On Suit to Delay Bout B> the Assoelitec Press. NEW YORK Jan. 13—Supreme Court Justice Louis A. Valenti re served declaim today in the suit for an injunction to postpone the welt erweight boxitig bout between Ray Robinson and Pritizie Zivic at Madi son Square Carden Friday. The j justice said tor would rule tomorrow on the injunct on sought by Herman Taylor. Philadelphia promoter. Those named as defendants are ; Robinson; his manager. Curt Hirr j mann; Mike Jacobs. New York pro | moter, and the New York State ; Athletic Comnisslon. The Phllade.phla promoter claims | Robinson entered into an agreement j ! with him to ftjht Marty Servo. The ! State Athletic Commission refused j I to consider Taylor's complaint be cause it said .t does not recognise oral contract* Objector Who Wouldn't Go to Camp Faces Trial j Bt tht Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA. Jan. IS—Rob-1 ert Jackson Rimsey. 29. a traveling secretary for the American Friends Service Comm ttee, was held in II, 000 bail today m a charge of failing to report to a civilian work camp for conscientious objectors. United States Commissioner Nor man J. Griffin said he would be returned to hi; home town. Wiscon sin Rapids. Vis., for prosecution. No testimony was offered. Specifically Mr. Rumsey is charged with failing to obey a draft board order assigning him to a camp operated by the Church of the Brethren at Manistee. Mich. He said at a pre imlnary hearing last Friday that he didn’t object to going to such a cams, but wanted it to be one of his own choosing. Bespectacled 'Boxer' Can't Talk Way Out In Gambling Raid B« tfc* AuocifttH Prfu. KANSAS CITY. Jan 13 — Battering their way through the heavily-barricaded door of a suspected gambling establish ment. police found three men sparring gracefully. "Hey. you!" roared one of the amased policemen "dont you take off your glasses whan you box?” "Certainly not.” came the reply. I'm too clever with my defense." The boxers, plus 17 nature lovers on the roof admiring the sunset, were booked on gam bling charges. Senate Committee Gets Ten-Billion Pension Bill By the Associated Press. House-approved proposals to pay veterans of the first World War and their widows and dependents an estimated *10 000.000.000 in pen sions in the years to come failed today to obtain either approval or disapproval of a Senate finance subcommittee The subcommittee, headed by Senator Clark. Democrat, of Mis souri, referred the two bills to the full committee without recom mendation. One bill would grant *40 a month pensions to World War veterans when they reached the 3Re of 65. The Veterans' Administration has estimated this would cost approxi mately *5.000.000.000 between 1942 and 1974. The other proposal would pay de pendent widows of veterans a *20 a month peilsion. Thus would be Increased according to the number of dependent children. The full compensation could not exceed *56 a month. The total of these pay ments also was figured at *5.000, 000.000. Baptist Mission Board Plans Program in Capital By the Associated Press ATLANTA. Jan. 13—The South ern Baptist Home Mission Board to day voted to launch At once a mis sionary program in the District of Columbia. The Rev. M. C. Stith. chairman of the Executive Committee of the District of Columbia Baptist Asso ciation. asserted the District had in creased 36 per cent in population and suburban areas 83 per cent in 10 years. He told the board's Administrative Committee in a special session that mission needs in Washington called for "every resource available” to Baptists. Dr. J. B. Lawrence, executive sec retary-treasurer of the Home Mis sion Board, said a superintendent of city missions in Washington will be appointed as soon as details are ap proved by the Capital association. New York Bank Stocks NEW YORK Jan. 13 (4V—National As sociation Securities Dealers, Inc. Bid Asked. Bk of Am NTS <8F> i2.40i 36% 3fl% Bank of Man i.SOa*._ 14% 13% Bank of N Y il4> __ 308 SIS Banker* Tr (Cl __ 4H% 48% Bklyn Tr (4* 67 61 Sen Han Bk & Tr <4>. 82% A4H hase N»f 11.401 27% 28% Cheat Bk ft Tr <1.8(i>_ 41% 48% Commercial (St _ 134 162 Cont Bk * Tr i.SOi _ lo% 11% Com Ex Bk 3- T (C.401_ 32V* 33% Firat Natl iBos( (2>_ 38 41 First Natl (SOI 1213 1243 Guaranty Tr (12> *36% 240% Irving Tr i.flOi _ 9% 10% Manufacturer* Tr <21 33% *4% Manufacturer* Tr pi <3*_61% 63% Natl City (11 24% 26% N r Truat (3%1_ 67% 70% feyV’-z-2V< 2& a Alae extra or extras. Argentina to Ship Linseed Argentina expect* to ship thou sands of tons of linseed to the United State* for use in the defense pro gram. Newsman Describes How Scots Drove Axis Troops Out of Salum 6,000 Germons and 1,000 Italians Cleaned Out In Gruelling Fight (Libyan 8ton on Page A-L) By PBESTON G ROVEB, Associated Press War Correspondent. WITH THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE WESTERN DESERT, Jan 11 (Delayed*.—The British started their battle today to take Salum and Hallaya (hellflre to the British Tommy) Paaa and from an obaerva tion post on die eacarpment I watched the fight progress on the sandy plain below. A South African brigade, com posed principally of Scotsmen from the Transvaal, launched the attack on Salum Harbor as a preliminary step to cleaning out the force esti mated at 6.000 Germans and 1,000 Italians In this area. Since Novem ber 18, while the tide of battle rolled westward, the Axis forces sat here squarely across the road which the British wanted to use to pursue Oerman Oen Erwin Rommel and hla tanka. The British cleaned out part of the pocket on New Year Day by tak ing Bardia. around the coastal cor ner from Salum. but that was a pic nic compared with what they started today. Like a Little Grand Caayaa. The deep Wadi known as Hal (ay a Pass Is like a atnall Grand Canyon, with precipitous rocky cliffs rising 2,000 feet above the sandy Mediter ranean coast. It reaches so deeply into the desert that the British are compelled to make a 100-mile detour over roadless wastes to supply their armies in the Bengasi area. The South African Scotsmen at tacked the north rim of Salum Har bor and quickly drove the German and Italian outposts off the ridge and down on the sandy plains along the sea. Then with the pursuit the real trouble began. The Germans and Italians had imbedded machine guns and small cannon in dozens of caves lining every little passageway leading from the escarpment down to the sea shore. Moreover, from the southern side of the harbor the Germans poured in artillery fire. It was grueling business. Yet by mid afternoon the South Africans had cleaned out most of the caves overlooking the nonhem section of ; the mile-wide sandy harbor and had occupied virtually every building In Salum They had crowded the Ger mans and Italians out on a narrow north lip of the harbor on which. It seemed at nightfall, there could be only surrender or annihilation, i But this operation still left Hal I fava virtually intact, and every inch of ground won by the British lay ; directly under the fire of the Ger i man guns on the towering dills ! along the southern side of the har bor. Let Mare Fighting One. * But if the resistance today la any i guide it wflt take a lot of starving and fighting before the Germans j give up. | During the battle one Transvaal I company advancing down a passage to the Salum plain had several cas ualties when an undetected machine gun In a cave opened up from the | rear. , Forty German prisoners being : taken to the rear escaped when an other hidden machine gun opened up on their captors from the rear. | German losses also were very heavy. Prisoners dribbled back in handfulls so that about 100 were in hand by nightfall. One German prisoner brought to our observation post said his entire platoon was either captured or killed. Girls Given Thrill By Clark Gable Visit War Department stenographers fluttered and craned necks yester day when an unexpected visitor arrived. It was Clark Gable, paybig a call on Maj. Gen. Frederick H. Osborn, head of the morale branch. 1 Gable recently waa named chair man of a Hollywood group aiding j in providing entertainment for ser vicemen. Gables visit was a secret one. a surprise trip from New York which his Aim studio apparently knew . nothing about. Studio heads are ] reported to fear that the star may i seek an Army commission, but i Gable could not be located for com ment here. A War Department spokesman called his visit to Gen. Osborn "a personal call" Reinhard, All-America Tackle, Wed to Co-ed By ih» Associated Preer BERKELEY. Calif.. Jan 13.—Bob Reinhard. all-America tackle of the University of California football team, arid the former Betty Jane Staddon of Manhattan Beach, Calif., announced today they were mar ried in Reno last Friday. 'Hie bride, daughter of Mrs. Ru dolph Wedler. will be graduated this spring from the University of Cali fornia, while Reinhard will continue his engineer studies for another year. Each is 21. $15,000,000 for Relief Is Granted Hawaii By the Associated Press. Delegate King of Hawaii Mid to day the President had approved allo cation from his emergency fund of $15,000,000 for civilian defense and relief in Hawaii. The delegate Mid the money was placed at the disposal of Secretary Ickes of the Interior Department and would be disbursed by him on request from the territorial gover nor. Trqiner and Horses Suspended in Florida BP th( Associated Press MIAMI. Pla.. Jan. 13 —Trainer O. I. Foster and all the horses owned or trained bv him were suspended to day by the Florida State Racing Commission and the case referred to the commission. A report of the commission’s chief veterinarian Mid: “Saliva test taken on Victory Bound at Tropical Park January I. 1M3, on chemical analy sis showed a stimulant had been ad ministered to this animal.” Three Held in First Break in 4-Year-Old Texas Slayings Couple and Woman Face Charges in Frome Torture Murders ** the'Associated Press I EL PASO. Tex.. Jan 13.—Texas peace officer* held a man and two women today in fast-breaking de i ve’opment* aimed at solving the wanton desert killings of Mrs. Wes j ton G. Frome and her attractive young daughter. Nancy. 4 years ago. One of the women was arrested Sunday at Mexta. Slier iff Sam Ad kins of Mexla disclosed today, and faced a charge of complicity In the murder of the Frame woman in the West Texas sagebrush country near Van Horn in 1933. The two others, a man and his wife, were en route back to Texas from California to face murder charges filed at Van Horn. Although they were arrested a week ago to i day. first word of the action came | only last night. First Break in Old Case. Authorities did not divulge details or the link which led to the triple j arrests, but commented that It j appeared to be the first break in j the long baffling investigation of ! the (laying The couple was Identified by Detective Lt. Thomas Gorey of Los ! Angeles as Charles Hateld. 36, Bakersfield truck driver, and his wife. Bonnie. 34 Only comment on the arrests came from Assistant District Attor ney Gill Newsome of El Paso. “We don't know how much they are involved, but they are being returned here to eliminate them if they are not connected with the ■ case.” The aemi-nude bodies of Mrs 1 Frame and her daughter were found face down, side by side, off the highway near Van Horn. April 3. 1938 Both had been beaten, tor tured and shot. Girl Severely Burned. Nancy's hand waa burned to the ; bone, evidently by a live cigar or ; cigarette. Their automobile, looted, was found near Balmorhea. Part of the : women's jewelry and 1125 were mias : ing. Robbery generally was believed I the motive, but one investigator said j only hatred or revenge could have j prompted such a crime. Li. Gorey said Capt R. G Phillips ■ • of the Texas Rangers and Sheriff Albert Anderson of Van Horn left1 for Texas with the prisoners Pnday, planning to make several stops to pick up witnesses. Pilot Permits Available I At Congressional Airport Civilian pilots who were grounded January 8 for lack of new wartime licenses can obtain permits, if eli 1 glble. from Civil Aeronautics Ad : ministration inspectors now on duty at Congressional Airport on the j Rockville -pike. Inspector Carl Rothenberger and | assistants planned to remain 091 I duty from 9 am to 9:JO p.m. lor the ; ! next few days to issue the permits. ! Under the new regulations, no pri vate pilot Is permitted to fly wlth 1 out a wartime license Many applicants are being turned down for failure to present proper photographs. It was reported The portraits should be 2x2 Inches, full face. TWo pictures are required, one for the card issued to the pilot and the other for Federal flies. The ; cards also will bear the pilots' fin gerprints. Applicants were told to bring their , reinstated licenses If the licenses do not bear the emergency reln ! statement indorsement*, ordered after December X applicants are asked to bring at least two letters from citizen* attesting to their cit | izenship, loyalty and character. Conference Held Here On 'Ham' Networks Ban , Bj tilt Associated Frets. | HARTFORD. Conn . Jan 13 —The American Radio Relay League head ! quarters in West Hartford today re * ported a wave of protests against a l Federal Communications Commis sion ban on amateur radio relay net works. The league said local civilian de fense councils, city and State offi cials and private citizens Joined in opposing the commissions action of January 9 canceling previous au thority for reactivation of about 2.000 privately-owned amateur sta tions purely for defense needs Kenneth B Warner, managing j secretary of the league, conferred I today with officials In Washington regarding the situation. Sentencing Postponed In Hyattsville Holdup | B» the Associated Press. BALTIMORE. Jan. 13 -Judge W. Calvin Chesnut today postponed un til Jan. 22 sentencing and final ac tion on a motion for new trial of two men convicted January 8 of robbing two bank messengers of $52,616 in j Hyattsville September 25 The jurist held up action to en able counael for Hilliard Sanders and ! William Leo Keefe to produce In court several witnesses defense counsel said would testify Sanders1 was in Florida the day of the holdup. j Dr. Arthur E. Holt, 65, Of Chicago U. Dies | By tb* Associated Pres*. ! CHICAGO. Jan. 13— Dr Arthur E. Holt. 65. head of the department of social ethics of the University of Chicago's Divinity School, died to day Heart disease was given as the cause of death. A native of Longmont. Colo.. Dr. Holt specialized in the field of re ligion as a social institution. His widow, two daughters. Mrs. Prances Brewster, Moorehead. Minn., and Mrs. Florence Arbuthnot. Tar rytown, N. Y„ and a son, John B., of Hyattsville, Md.. survive. Student Guild Lecture ' Dr. Tibor Kerekes. professor of history at Georgetown University, will give the third in a series of lectures on the basis for a perma nent peace before the Student Guild Catholic Library. 1735 Rhode Island avenue N.W, at 8:15 o clock tonight. Racing News Entries and Selections for Tomorrow Rossvan's Comment Selections /of a Fast Track at Hialeah Park BEST BET—MARKSMAN. FIRST RACE—MISS GOSLING, QUESTION BOX, LINDEN STAR. MISS GOSLING has been working in fairly clever style and she may be good enough to mas ter these youngsters at the first asking. QUESTION BOX is an other swift-working juvenile with better than an outside chance of copping the honors. LINDEN STAR is highly regarded by his connections SECOND RACE—WEE SCOT, BRAVE ACTION. 8IR REG. WEE SCOT has been closing gamely In her recent attempt* and a more alert start should have her in front by the time the wire is reached. BRAVE AC TION came with a great rush in his last to just miss winning over opposition such as this SIR REG won three straight in Mary land last Fall. THIRD RACE — MARKSMAN, CATCALL, HARD BLAST. MARKSMAN just galloped to win his last by a half-dozen lengths and it was his second triumph of the Tropical mssion. He promises to be hard to dispose of CATCALL won his last at the Gables strip and he is as good as the win suggests HARD BLAST has worked well over the Hialeah strip. FOURTH RACE — D l’ D I E, WAUGH POP. FLYING LE GION. DUDIE just failed to click in his last at Tropical after win ning his two previous tests at that point. He appears to have a bit of an edge over this wide-open field WAUGH POP wins many races and he appears to be rear peak condition FLYING LE GION won twice at the Gables course. FIFTH RACE—MARKET WISE, ABOYNE. THE CHIEF. MARKET WISE is one of the best horse* in the country and he stands out in this affair He is a distance runner and may not like this sprint distance but has to be selected nevertheless. ABOYNE was good at the other strip and he could threaten. THE CHIEF has been displaying early foot. SIXTH RACE — SWEET WIL LOW. RED DOCK SHERIFF CULKIN. SWEET WILLOW ha* flashed two excellent tests since arriving in Florida and she may be able to master this high-class band j of sprinters. RED DOCK won ! his last in swift time SHERIFF : CULKIN is fast and he rates with the leaders. We are assum ing that Market Wise will start i in previous race. SEVENTH RACE—TOTAL ECLIPSE. RODIN. I N 8COLAD TOTAL ECLIPSE won twice at the Bird Road strip and he has to be gien a real chance to master this better than average opposi i __ Other Selections Consensu* mt Hialeah Park (Fasti. Br the Associated Pres* 1—Snow Swirl. Yolandita. Betty Leon 3—Sir Reg. Wee Scot. Low Road 1 3—Marksman. Rodney. Hard Blast 1 4—Dudie. Robert E Lee. Castigada. ■ 5—Market Wise. Bryan Station The 1 Chief. 8—Market Wise Red Dock. Liberty Franc. - j 3—Total Eclipse One Jest. Rodin. 8—Off Shore, Strolling In, Cash Basis. Best bet—Marksman. Hialeah (Faat). Br the Loulsolle Time* 1—No selections 3—Comendador II. Sir Reg Brave Action. j 3—First Lord. Marksman Riposte I 4—Sun Triad. Dudie. Armor Bearer. 5—Market Wise, Aboyne, Cherry i Jam. i 8— Market Wise. Sheriff Culkin. Sweet Willow 7— Total Eclipse. Dtiskv Fox Rodm 8— Scotch Trap. Off Shore Stroll ing In. Best bet—Market Wise. — Fair Grounds (Fast). Br the LouiaviUe Times 1— Stell. Valdinn Valet. On Demand. 2— Ring Up, Arrowtraction’Burston Manor. 3— No selections. 4— Louisville II. Pairretta. Mill Iron 5— Us. Imperial Impy. Shaun G ; 6—Sunny Heels. Beggs. .Teweltone j 7—Our Willie. Stairs, Legal Advice. ! 8—Alpolly. Inscomira. Bronte II. Best bet—Louisville II. Racing Results Tropical Park By the Associated Press FIRST RACE—Purse. «l nno; claiming 4-year-old* and ud. 0 furlongs Cherrlko (McCombs* 9 To 3 TO 5 On Augustus (Melochei 9 To 3,Ao Briar Sharp (Miaiey) 3.So "firne 1.113-9 Also ran—Catapult. Bar Stefan* Burnt Bridge*. Arched Neble Boy. Pretty Rose. Cutloose. winter Sea SECOND RACE—Pur** 91.000 claim ing maidens 3-year-olds. A furlong' Orenadler (Meadai 4 AO .3 90 3 00 Pharian (Schmidl* 10.,0 0.50 Chstlet (Bkelly* 4.50 Time. 1:12 1-5 Also ran—Judy B Bepwil Roman Nancy. Miss Folly. Coppit. Lit Dp Gay Cti.c. Bag dad. Michigan Token (Daily Deuble Daid 91, 30 ) THIRD RACE—Purse 91.000 claim ing 4-year-olds. 1 miles Dissension Sir 'Str klert 0,0 4 no 4 (*0 ; Hup Nancy (McCreary) 15 Oil , ,0 Alley (Kelpen 0.30 Time. 1:454* _ Also ran—Pop's Sister Old Smoothy. Hereshecomes Vesuvius Hada Moon FOURTH RACE—Purs<\ «1.100: allow- ; ances: 3-ycar-olds: 8 fur-ongs. . . Tomochlchi lAtkinsoni 6 HO 3 40 * AO Notes (Day* 3 30 T AO Bold Question (Howell* 4 80 Time. 1 11. Alse ran—C*s*is. Leib L.ght Happy Note. Ballaome and Opportunity. Fair Grounds By th* Aaeocieted Preee. FIRST RACE—Porte. 9000: claiming 4-year-olds and upward 6 furlongs. Double Call (Rlchardai 8 80 4 00 5 30 Modulator (Oliver* i 3 20 2.40 Be Prepared 'Ouarln* S.40 Tim*. lJ4«i , . „ Also ran—The Marker. Walter L.. Hura eon. Mil Roes. Ml Jock. Charlotte Dear SECOND RACE—Purse. 5000 claim aVt.rr4Scj3t-K« 7 Jo ""fX 2 40 n° 1:1* Time, , Alto ran—Montbart Jweapin* Viata. Plaid Socks. Mia* Iren* T„ DouRe Lady, flOOd Tltlt f Daily Double paid $45 > tion. RODIN licked the best of them in Maryland and he could have a lot to say about the filial result INSCOLAD has been sec ond in his last two trips past ward. .. EIGHTH RACE — R O N C A T, SCOTCH TRAP. HALCYON BOY. RONCAT raced well in Mary land last Fall and his best effort might land him home ahead of the classy sprinters he hooka up with in the nightcap SCOTCH TRAP turned in three cracker jack tests at Tropical and he rates with the leaders HAL CYON BOY has speed and be could be in the pay-off. Hialeah Park By the Associated pr«* -s. FIRST RACE—Per*# «1 200 special weight*: maiden- -.’-year-old* 3 furlongs • nuriery atraisfcraway course>• Tell Me Wow 'Schmidl* . _118 Nice Enough (Chestnut) __ 118 Brow Girl 'Gilbert; . ..118 Trustee > McCombs» . .118 Mis* Goaling «Howell) __ U8 Matideen ijrms'i . .. r!8 Oueation Bo* *Pe»er*» __ ... 118 L.’r.den Star <8chmidl» _ .118 xHalcyon Lass *Hi«ley)__ _111 Miss Akron (Keipcn _ __ 118 Lil 8 (Rotoam _ __118 Betty Leon (Charlton* . ____ 118 Dreamy Eyes Scurlock) _118 Panthcrn iMeade) . . _ 118 Burgoolettf 'Garner* . . __118 Bills Anne 'Berg) . 118 Second Curtain Eccard) . _ ... 118 Yolandlta (Johnston r _ __ 118 SECOND RACE—Purse <1 !fi(> claim ing 4-year-old* and upward l‘fc mile* xSir Rea (no boy* 109 Last. Chance (no boy> _ Comendador II 'McCrea.-y) _ _11? AbysAims (Coule) _lio Brave Ac*ion • Roberson* _ _ 117 , Leonirdtown <no boy) .. _ 1! 5 . xBhenuU «Pucci) loi xAva Delight (no boy> _ _ . ..._1"4 xSaxoman <Crair . .._lr'f> i xRio Vuta <no boy) ......_ P* I Wee Scot (no boy* _ _ 1‘>8 xHaflle (Ingess* . _ . .. . 1"4 I xLow Road <no boy .. . 188 Gypsv Monarch (no boy) . . job xBerkhampton 'no boy) .. 1^8 i xClapair ifto boyi _ __ _ 109 THIRD RACF—Pur** < inO; allow ances 4-ttar-oM* furlongs. Rodnev 'OttberM 1!3 xMarksman 'Mehrens* . ... Ill Hard B!a*i *Roberucn) . _ 113 xA»k Me 'Brunette) _ l'*5 Ffrsr Lord _ .. lio Brenner Pass 'Man _ . _ __ 1 in Riposte 'Arcaro).._ 110 Catcall (Watson) _ - MO seal's Pet 'Day* .. 105 FOURTH RACE—Purse «1 700 4-year rvids and upward i . miles Robert F Lee schmidl) 110 A! Au Feu 'Robertson1 ... 114 Waugh Fop ff&gan> . 114 Dudie <Ke.per) -- 110 Son Triad 'Pollard .110 J*ckorack 'Gilbert) ___ 11 L Beau Brannon 'no boy) . _ _. 111 Grebe iDupp^' 114 xTony Weaver 'no bovi lf,0 Camgaria ‘no boyi __ _ in® Exploration 'no bov i _111 TFsyinx Lea:on • Goule» . _ _ _1‘*® Fancy Free mo boy . .. lio Mots ‘McCreary* . 1' ^ Olarno 'Man . l"9 Armor Bffr»r fllwiile* .—- 109 FIFTH RACE—Purif alios ance« 4-’•ear-olds and upward 7 furior.gs The Cii.ef • Stout * .. l'»7 Alies.indro ‘A rr>ro* .114 Yawl McCreary __ 105 Homeward Bonnd 'McComb*) _ 114 >Llancro 'Prater* . 1 *0 War S'' ne 'Atkinson* . _ . . M Brvan Sretion 'no boy) ... . I"1* Market Wi-e Robertson' . _ 11T Voman* • gkrlly * . __ 1‘*. Cherry Jam 'Arcaro) _ ...... 1H? xMacaay ‘no boy* . .. '•*$ Waller <no boy .111 Aboyne 'Meade) .. _ ._ l‘*7 8IXTH RACF—Inauaural, Handicap: prtrsw «.*» 000 added .7-rear-olds and up ward. « turkmes. Mark''- W:--e i Robert «on’ _ 1\h Pweet Willow 1 Ho wefl 1 . It!*’ Sherifl Culkm ‘James) 11® Cherry jam ‘Arcaro* . . lid Red Dock • Mo;en* > . - 114 a Ba tie Colors 'Gilbert) _ . . . 114 a Red Chip ‘Seaboi ... lie Jop Schenck *Strick)er) . . _ .. 11.1 Wise Niece 'Robertson) _ 111 b Doubt Not -Arcaro* . _ 111 h Liberty Franc Wall* .. _ H*» The Chief < Stout* _ 11 < * Johnnie j 'McCombs) . _ . .. . lin De Kalb 'Meade* l'»!» Maechance 1 McCombs * . _ l‘J9 Third Covey <8chmidl* . _ !'** Poncai 'Berg* _ . _10® Halcyon Bor ' A’kmson) _ l<*e Skn l>e*p »8mtth» I'*.** Zacatme ‘McCreary* _ . 1 "4 O Play <Dar* 10.1 a Cirrle M Ranch entry bT Christopher and J U Gra,fon entry SEVENTH RACF—Purse «i 4**G: claim ir.g. 4-year-olds and upward ll» miies xlnscofad iStrtrktert lhl Rodin 'McCombs* .. _ . 117 xEonr Eye* 'no boy* _ _ lt*5 xCity Talk *Day» .... _ . 107 vPomira *no box* _ 11'* Total Fc*lp*e ‘no hex* _ . _1‘JO Dt?*kx For to boy _ _ lit x a Peep Show no boy) . ... 1 <»5 Robert L tno bor* _11 Peri phere «Stout 1 . . ....... H)S S'arlike -Harrell* . . inn xOne j*«t «Mehrtens* _ !'d x a Grcedan 'no boy . _ loti • J H Miies en' rv FIGHTH P Ar*E—Purse «i 400 claim ing 4-mr-old< and upward AW iur iont' Cash Ba -:f <Bchmi«fl) . .Ill Roncat 1 Rober* son* . . 114 Scotch Trr.p Mexneli* . _ . . 114 ▼Skin Doep ‘Datulol 1 1 n xSf rolling In 'no boy* .... _ 10A Royal Ruby II 'Bodiou) . ___ l‘*« Doc House 'Atkinson* 1 f* 1 S Marlboro (Meade* ... 114 Off Shore 'Robertson* _ __ 11* Aa-on Burr 'MeCrearri _ ... in* Milk Flip «Max) . 111 Kinefhsher 'A ream* _ .... 114 Halrs’on Box 'Puiuam* log 'Appien'irf allowance claimed. Fast. Fair Grounds By the Associated Sre.-s. FIRST RACE -Purse. *«00 claimmr 3- yrar-olds A furlonts Golden Monk 113 Inrush _113 Brrvdrastin* Id* Br d» • Be'1 ?0S PiDlad li t Matte Power 10ft xVairiine Valet Jit* Valdina Whiz 10ft Jusntta M 10* yPlan'ie 103 Stall lit* Cm Demand 113 xBn n Bud . 1 or. xAreo Las«ie 103 Enarleyow 113 Primro 103 SECOND RACE-Purse. *noo calimint: t-year-olds and un A furlonas zB»lrston Manor 10* Mascot , .. .. 115 Airowtractlon 115 Miss Merit 110 Callasite 11.3 Br xht and Early 11% xRmx Co _ lln »Rujty Gold 10.3 xDraw Out _. 10* Books Pride 113 Gur Fawkes 11% yLona I-ane _10.3 Earlsboro . 3 1.% xAxelson . 110 Orsy Verse 113 xHastx Mae 105 THIRD FACE—Purse *000 rlaimlnt: maiden 2-rear-olrts 2 furlonts xSanaeve 100 xWiekie . 113 Lou Garis 114 Ed Oreenock. lift Shinv Penny 11* Budc Sparkle . Ill Anna Jean _ 115 Aerial Beam l’l xPrince Zelo ion xCotrlay __ 100 xMtea Cold !OA Whokan lift Second Set 111 Refute _115 Valdina I.uster 115 Miss skip . Ill Prince Purk 114 Junior Mias __ 115 FOURTH RACE—Purse *000; allow, arces. 3-year-olds A furlonts xMise Victory 10* xMill Iron . 113 Valdina Advice 10* bPairrals 113 toulsvllle II 113 xBrltht Honey xJack OHim lit Mokablu 113 Texnn Boy 11* Dry Knitht lift Miss Lexinrton in* b Pairretia 113 a Supersweep I 1.3 a Top Band . . _ 10.3 a Dixiana entry b K Murchison entry FIRTH RACE—Purse «»0o allowancei: 4- year-olds and uo n furlons< xDs 112 Keniown 113 xa Sir Kid llOWhlocwill 113 xVar.kee Dandy 115 xlmperlal Impy 112 Wake Robin 113 a Shaun G 110 xExarch 117 b All True 111 b Pranks Boy 122 a Lcxbrook Stable entry b J L Chesney entry SIXTH RACE—Purse. ««ofl elaimlnt: 3- yesr-olds 1 mile and 70 yards Jeweltone 100 Sunny Heels . . 10A Jewell s Own 10A xWild Durk 104 xSklo Oreenock 101 tmoire Isle_loO xPlayful Lass . lnl Ooos I fl5 Bens . Ill Ala Plat -111 Principal One _ loft SEVENTH RACE—Purse. >A00 clatm ir.a 4-year-olds and upward l'a miles. Martin Boy .. llo Spanish Belle loft xBltclt Time 10« Cynthia Petr in* xHechal _105 xRouth OoiBt - 105 xUncle Peter _ . 100 xPalse Point _ _ 1 oft xLaetose _105 Jacaearf 111 xBtairs _ llo xLecal Adnct .113 Out ol Eire . 113 Day la Done .. loft xProspeet Boy 110 xMt Sard — loft xLydla K. 101 Our Wlllia ... lift EIOHTH RACE—Purse. >500 clatmlnf: 4- year-olds ana upward: i'a miles xDiatx B. . .. 110 xHoll image . 105 xAlpolly _ 10.3 Kenneth K 113 Inacomira _105 xKillarney Lais 105 xRed Burr_104 Eronte It -113 xPort O' Can . 105 x Apprentice allowance claimed. Paar.