Gypsy kidnapping AND RTW
a lattan and the Bronx, while issu- ng a call for all those who may lave come in contact with the boy to step forward without delay. Smallpox is a highly communicable communicable disease that can be fatal if unchecked. While the city vaccinated more han 300 persons at its centers Sunday, the U.S. Public Health Service gave vaccinations to more han 400 others at Idlewild Airport. Airport. Centers in the city and at the airport were put on a round-the- clock schedule, while officials ried to hunt down the cab driver i who transported the Orr family. The father, who first described the driver as a Negro, later said he was white with a dark complexion complexion and a foreign accent. There are about 12,400 cabs In New York City with some 40,000 drivers. Aerolineas Argentinas provided a passenger list oi its Flight 322 from Brazil, and efforts were being being made to track down each pas- sender. 'Some have scattered to far places. More difficult still is the task of finding the boy's fellow train passengers on the trip to Canada. The father says the family remained remained in its coach during the journey. ° in Falsely Reports Wife Kidnaped PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Larry Thompson, 24,h as been fined $50 and court costs for falsely reporting reporting to police that his wife had been kidnapped. Lt. Thomas Roselli said the man had told the story to gain vengeance on a rival gypsy clan. Roselli said Thompson and his 23-year-old wife, Annie Lola, con- -^--^-. _, w •>•»«•(• **•*•« VT 4rfW4W| WU Icocted a story that the woman had been abducted by two men Asks Payroll Reduction Statement By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Democrat Richardson Dilworth has challenged his Republican op- xment for governor, William W. Scranton to say "just what he las in mind, iif anything, on reducing reducing state payrolls." In a statement Sunday in Philadelphia Philadelphia Dilworth said Scranton las claimed "obsolescence and duplication" in state government, and is "guilty of making asser- :ions without havinge vidence to back them up." In another statement issued In Harrisburg he accused Scranton of adopting parts of the Demo-j j cratic "Program For Prosperity as his own, without really knowing what he is talking about." In Scranton on Saturday, Scranton Scranton told a rally of union members that he was opposed to right-to- work legislation. This would make it illegal to require union mem- aership as a condition for getting or keeping a job. "I have never been in favor of right-to-work legislation," he said. 'Such a law would make no sense in Pennsylvania. It would stir up labor and management strife at a attract new industry." Dilworth was also in Scranton Saturday and he told about 1,000 members of the Ladies Garment Workers Union and other unions that supporters of Scranton are raising $200,000 "among the right- to-work advocates and these ad- . . u vocates have been assured by Republicans that Mr. Scranton will be for a near her south Philadelphia homejlegislation." captive right-to-work nine days. isame union ^e7tin?1nlr» jfor his wife's release. paid $500 ransom I same rear-guard, stand-pat, stay- 'put, stick-ia-the-mud" party.