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PAKOWAN TIMES, PAROWAN, UTAH COAL DISPUTE: WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS Strikes Eifistcin Calls Arms Race Suicide; Truman Asks t strike did nothIf the toe in rmi-- t n iv have it el'e, ing a abu'it will th.it fillers .nit bring ilctem n ituiii fur all time of the U to jhiai r if the en tv iif the ai 1Uti lic.ll A .!h I Ig 'A r It iv tii.e t.-i- t J'lhii L Lewis, .iiMiiie if tlit law, fjpltJ W llllllll i. r,l r Gl School Abuse End; Soil Ithrn ,plnl,m ,r, ,ifirt,,4 Vr,,,aiff I ilun i itrwa lailuli ill h,, ,fifnlli olumM Iho If, H l it Oil V id .1 un-tie- ' oidiicd the miners hark id wuik, tut wi.cn he gave the ,ir. d o lh, ft ,nipiifi oner the miners weie defiant nd knew whether they would riturri to the pus in sufficient number to ease the production itua-tm- the in BIG QUESTION minds of iinct Americans wa' What can he done about It If t lie mu ei 4 didn't want to work, who could make them return to the pits In this land, men can work or qu.t without penalty under the law But could their union be punished because its members quit as a group, since the law savs a union is responsible for the acts of it "agents " If that were the attemjted remedy, the question surely would be rai od: Were the miners acting .is individuals in pursuit of their individual rights in working, or must they be regarded as "agents" of the union in their decision It was a torturous question and one certain to provide a classic case for the courts. Of course if Lewis and the operators, under order of the court to resume bargaining, were to reach an agreement, the question would become a moot one. But under the recurrent stress of coal strikes and usually at a time when coal stockpiles are lowest the result may be the writing of some new law, or court decision approach to break up the continual crises which ntrib-ut- e hamstring production and to widespread unemployment THE r 4 h ' .still-fre- Mv Mrs. Marie I.. Sheehe, HI SS FlltST TOITV national president of the Ameriran l.rginn Auxiliary. pin the first 1950 poppy on I'resldi-n- t Truman' lapel at a White House ceremony. The I.cgion poppy ale, proceeds of ninth go to disabled veterans, begin May 27. TItl'MW It o k vi lie. 111. ARMS RACE: Suicide Road A solemn naming that an arms race between the United States and Kjvsia beckons annihilation was issued by Dr. Albert Einstein. Aj pearing on a television show Einstein, hailed as the world's greatest mathematician and one of the great physicists of the world declared the arms contest now un derway is assuming "hysterical proportions on both sides. ONE of the chief contributors to the final development of the atomic bomb. Einstein declared that "the means to mass destruction are per fccted with feverish haste behind ttie respective walls of secrecy. The H bomb appears on the public horizon as a probably attainable goal and its accelerated development has been solemnly proclaimed by the President. Then he uttered the punch security is an illusion if successful, radioactive poisoning of the atmosphere and hence an nihilation of any life on earth has been brought within the range of technical possibilities. To implement that conclusion, he said: The ghoitlike character of this development lies in its appar ently compulsory trend. Every step appears as the unavoidable rouse quence of the preceding one. In the end, thefe beckftnl rriore and more and more general annihilation FEW MEN could speak with more compelling authority on that sub brillinnt-eyeject than the white-hairevenerable scientist who has contributed so much to the sum With of mans lifted-eyebro- Chief THAT was so obviously axiomatic that theie could be no argument with it, and honest cops over the nation had to take the rap with the boys when blame was being shuffled around for lax law But each time civilization has annihilation through war, there has been little disposition to listen to those voices who would cry out a warning. enforcement. The "one-arme- End Asked ex-GI- llars. Among others, the report made these points: 1. Fnough training is in evidence "to vvarrart serious concern." 2 The states which under the law about approving have the say-sschools and courses lack uniform standards. 3 Some states nprrove schools of a tvpe uh'eh ..ould not be approved in other states As an example, it is said that some stales qualify barbers in 11 weeks, tinrs reqirre two years. poor-qualit- y BUILDERS' machine termed varibandit and ously the other unprintable names was the target for a special government inquiry. It was indicated tha their menace is so fully realized that the federal government may step m to help the state control them. There is an ironical contradiction here, however, because the federal government licenses slot machines and accepts revenue from that source. If the federal government should outlaw them, it would go a long way toward insuring efficient state control. Gl SCHOOLS: The fantastic, preposterous elements in the Gl school program had just about run their course. Ballroom dancing, bartending, even a lot of individual flight training s who would never own an by airplane or have occasion to need one, were on the way out, apparently, as part of the accepted Gl school training program. NO LESS A FIGURE than President Truman himself handed congress a catalog of abuses under this years 2 Gl education program and urged the legislators to clamp down. Mr. Truman asked specifically for legislation to prevent inferior training of that type which is likelv to do the veteran little appreciable good. His report showed that 761 million dollars already has been added to the estimated cost of the Gl schooling program for the current fiscal year ending June 30, and attributed this to increased enrollment for trade, vocational and other schools below college level THE PRFS1DFNT declined to say just how much might be saved by a careful scrutiny of the program, but hinted at a billion do- slot INDONESIA: GRANTLAND hard-luck- k without But, at the end of the dream, the Yankees didn't win the pennant. The Red Sox did, haunted by the Cleveland Indians. Why? Mr. Stengel doesnt care to talk too much about it. But this is what happened 1. Jerry Coleman, a brilliant rookie last season, had the same that at"sophomore shingles" tacked Alvin Dark and a flock of other freshmen. The second season is always the toughest. The same disease struck the other 1949 rookies. 2. Phil Rizzuto. the star of the 1949 group, dipped a trifle from his The pitching staff wasnt quite as good as it was last Vic when Reynolds, year Raschl, Lopat and Tommy Byrne, who all had big years, spent part of their time on the soapy chute. They were good but not as good as they bad U. S. Trailing United States Senator Johnson (D., Tex ) is claiming that Russia is far ahead of the United States in development of guided missiles and has called for an immediate this nation's program. of guided-missile- s been. that the United States is lagging as much as two years behind the Russians in this field of warfare and added: "If guided missile warfare should begin within the next two or three years we at our present rate would be very feeble participants. For a war, we have neither the push nor the button. HE STATFD that the nation's missile program is a "minor, almost obscure item in the defense budget. Uncle Comes Through The United States, continuing its efforts to stop communism by local nationalist strengthening regimes over the globe, approved a loan of 100 million dollars to the new republic of Indonesia. THE MONEY, according to reports, was to be used by Indonesia to finance purchase m this country of industrial material and equipMaybe So ment for reconstruction of the Indonesian economy It was reported that funds from According to a California Demthe import-expobank, which made ocrat who might know. President the loan, might be flowing to IndoTruman has been thinking about nesia in a matter of weeks for pur- the 1952 presidential election. chase of railroad cars, trucks and Los Angeles, George Luckey. similar equipment, but that a longof the California er time would be required for such Democratic central committee, has terns as heavv machinery reported that he put the question THE INDONESIANS, numbering up to the President during a White 75 million people, are faced with a House visit and got "mavbe so" major task of restoring production for an answer. to an economy not vet recovered "He said 'mavbe so. Luckey from the effects of wartime Jap- told reporters "He said that if we anese occupation have the same team together The funds from the United States again, mavbe we can do some would go pi.ncipaily to repa:r cf thing pint, railway, highLuckey said by "team" the Presway and i rocessmg facd.ties and ident menrt those who supported renlacemei t of damaged transporhim m 1943 While Mr Truman has never tation fac l.'.es The loan was the hrge't since declare I rerlv that he would he t the mipo. t bank agreed to a cand date fir reelection in 1952,1 lend Israel 1(M million debars sevhe has never flatly ruled out th eral mcmhs ago possib lity. push-butto- the rather young Ralph Kiner moved into the 50 or better home run bracket for the second time, there were Increasing murmurs about the possibility of some slugger passing the Babe's old mark. Ralph Is 6 feet, I inch and be weighs 198 pounds. He has a pair of powerful hands and a pair of exceedingly strong wrists. This is where most of hitting power comes from when corrertly applied. "I might do it or someone else might do it, Ralph said. "But dont think so. I was meeting the ball well last season. In the last 30 games I hit 20 homaruns. That's a lot of home runs to hit in 30 games. I probably wouldnt do that well again in a lifetime. I mean in my last 30 games where the tension begins to build up. I suddenly discovered that to beat 60 home runs youve got to get a good start and keep on hitting 'em. You cant afford any bad months. You can't blow yourself to any slumps. Sixty home runs a year is a home run about every 24 games. I hit better than one every three games last year, but that wasnt good enough." Since Johnny Mize was dropped as a regular, there dont seem to be any big home run hitters in sight, except Kiner. Ted Williams is usually somewhere in the high 30s or the 40s. One trouble with Ted is that he wont swing at a ball an inch or two inches off the plate. He doesnt say to himself Im going to belt this next one if its close." If it's an inch off it's a ball, and Ted never swings at a ball. There are few pitchers who get any thrills from having one of their fast balls hammered out of the ball park. They view such a proceeding with practically no cheer. CUT OFF HERE beveled SPRING CLOTHESPIN STRING i Certain crmica's plus a s.or py r ud patch r wh.cr, in 24 hours, j reso.l pack tb.it rr,.,- he duces a a red i s'rcrcir turn cmci'e e to be a ccv.r:.i'. should drrau. icarce of As. a in dtvcl a'! iir- - tool! be tad in that 17 Amenton ( r o t oi s, aid l oa us h.r 7 . e U cl rt I p-- i new tccbniq 'e was rej tv the Mas5 it. v"1! I" i .'c d t! t It was rcpc-tTechnology r.te.ea t process is esjcc.al'v "give a trugn satiate for lat.t a. i. ei T e j i on i.I Ir a , u f tv-- i.t v C . Ci v s, .v buiit nirf e'ds iil.t.irv jiur ; osvs " d an ' .i s c .1 v ' i mri cat on Some a , i w v v. t n u a n av t F J , .is sa d, can t a- - ' - . . ,.e s' t up to 34 or c ;,h 4 t g he s KiM-- It rv jug Ci t tr.e world! rerorli V- J i EMERGENCY LAMP SHADE had heir s sir ey ,u :r p'ob By taw Arnett RETRIEVER FOR ARTICLES LOST UNDER A GRATING MAY BE RECOVERED WITH CLOTHESPIN RETRIEVER. CUT JAWS OFF PIN AND FASTEN IT TO STICK. PLACE WIRE RING AROUND PINTO HOLD JAWS OPEN AFTER PIN IS TACKEDT0 STICK. USE STRING TO PULL WIRE RING AND RELEASE JAWS. s'gnf ut j c cn the cc T T j: tKrco the of - LOST ARTICLES ASIA: - When ngyFtXHti d DREAM Mark That rt ex-v- and New York so many accidents, injuries, etc., the Yankees no longer had any fight against fate. They lost part of their 1949 hustle. 5. Prof. Stengel suddenly disDodgers covered that Red Sox pitching was Bounding In a strict Florida fishing accent, season was last far better than it the Rt. Hon. Burt Shotton, the with Parnell, Kinder and McDerDodgers high gun, issued one of mott out on the happy highway. the most truthful statements of the 6. The pennant-savin- g Joe year. Page was good but not the He asked, in effect, just why the Page of 1949. Joe has been Dodgers shouldnt win the next Nagreat every other year 1945, tional league pennant since they 1947, 1949. This was 1950. had much the best ball club in This was the dream. C. Stengel, their league including catchers, the potentate, failed to enjoy the pitchers, infielders and outfielders next day "Do dreams come true? Youve got to admire a statement Casey asked "If they do I may of this sort for it puts manager decide to stay out here and pass Shotton on the hot seat. 4. Minus ASSERTED RICE- - up St. Petersburg this season. , miracle man who suffered over 70 team concussions last season, had a dream recently It was a dream that turned into a nightmare and Casey doesnt care to talk about it. It seems that in this dream the eminent C. Stengel saw his team go through the sea good-luc- 3. Mud Can Be Made Stronger Than Concrete Tie ASEY STENGEL, the By lofty peak. Secret Talks f.-- -- infield. MISSILES: JOHNSON Casey Dreams Up Some Trouble Grantland Rice Yankees m 154 were games. No replacements needed to help reinforce outfield or this spring. review ANSWER: Before you do any outside finishing, try to clear up the dampness inside the house, for until you do you may continue to have trouble. Leaflets describing the causes of dampness and son Maj. Gen. Robert M. Lee will be In command of the air force units taking part in new atomic weapons tests to be held at the Eniwetok atoll proving grounds hand-held-o- knowledge. house QUESTION: We had our ago, three years about insulated the attic floor and the four outside walls. Then we had the house on painted. The ramt didnt stay at all; it came off in large pieces. Some told us it was due to poor due to paint, others said it was the house being insulated. Now we must do something as the house is in terrible condition. What should we do? Should we reput on asbestos shingles or conhad paint it again? I have some say tractors look at it and to put on shingles (which is their or job) and others say that paint be never will satisfactory shingles due to the dampness. I am so anxious to hear what you would advise. single blemish. No injury or accident or illness assailed any of his sturdy athletes. Joe Di Maggio's heel lost its Achillean vulnerability and Joe the fought for top-flig- been wont to attempt Abuse M metropolitan newspapers taking a careful scrutiny ol Its operations, and the federal gov ernment opening a conference on what to do about it, U S. crime appeared to have fallen on evil days Not for decades had the boys who deal in shady enterprises has so much publicity focused upon them. Names were being called, police officials were getting the and consequent suffering. treatment, wire services were ripping telephones out of A-Test bookie joints and, all in all, it appeared to be a real blow into which the craft of crime was wallowing THE TRESS would be the real instrument of exposure, granted that officialdom in cities includes really wanted to clean up the undesirable conditions. For example, New York citys fabulous Frank Costello, often called the king of the rackets, was the first target of the newspaper series Costello was referred to as a "fellow so unbelievable tie might have been dreamed lip by a Hollywood script writer" The stoiy attempted to link him wilh gambling activities over most of the U S. One .significant line in the first of the newspapers series was this: "Gambling cant operate for any period unless the police let it operate. Nor can the other rackets. d AILING HOUSE NOHIHU WHITMAN by ROGER C. rm one ? T to ttie . 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