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Arizona Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 3, 1956, Flagstaff, Arizona 000 School Planned For Pine Knoll Area Plans to a new school Pine Knoll were disclosed Friday by T Vt Jr a member of the Flagstaff school board Construction on the school to cost approximately will start next spring Knoks Money for the school will como from the the government wiJl give the school board for to teach 200 Indian pupils between the grades 3 ami 12 Under agreement the staff School system will receive a Hat to use as it sees fit plus the per capita ing each child Knoles stressed that Indian students will bo equally ed among the No school especially lo leach students will Ixi Knoles added The Indian Bureau hist week requested of 23 acres of land northwest of Clark Homes j teach Indian in Flagstaff to build a dormitory to house the is a complete and ate project and done en- tirely the said Speaking of reached q government to dum pupils K unles said been careful this contract to seo that no classes bo over- children in order 10 comply with the basic principle of these I pay the per cost for in this pupils which means the school Is not to be an will IKJ rinri the children bronchi in nds fur for his will equally of llm die system I II is lo will he able lo these aro i in schools in the wirl will! full nf Knoles said Ilic proposed new to mid All Eldon schools It will fmm six In anil a At Cost Of 40 NEW HOMES TO BE BUILT IN FLAGSTAFF The Home Evening Newspaper o-f Northern Arizona Vot 10 Phone FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA Price Friday August 3 Four Youths Sentenced In Murder Case An Addition Housing Units By WAYMAN will us lo Branneti it whs by Al K ex- or the Authority The In started next will cost ti it will lake months to compete Hie Final for he two three and four homos are now worked out by an architect said the homes j lie of cinder Work matching the 47 homes which I comprise the TUCSON Four have drawn sentences from three years to life for cost of the project will fatal beating of held clown because we tup Into at Ibo son Sports The life term went lo Eddie 17 leg roc Court 11 aid Im might he in us as years Others sentenced John Jfi 7 to 10 years for lary James Griffith 18 4 to K for manslaughter and 3 to 5 with to run concurrently as 3 to C years for to S years also a1 he Irial Continued Page 2 School stands with and ginee j K Mavy subdivisions see m end of Cronwr one nf when construction s Fate Up To Jury f By BEM ISLAND s c of Marine C was to i a court-martial of stx and doctor at EOT Friday the trial of the former drill instructor which has nationwide attention a in its fate decided in the of- frami grammar at center its the trial made history when seven stars reneral came to the de- of me One general was ant Randolph other was a Lt Gen ler who was called gut of ment is manslaughter and drinking on duty and in the presence of fa recruit on all counts he coud receive a maximum tence of six at Haiti labor and charges a disc led by 74 raw recruits into tide-swept Ribbon Creek here 7 April 8 six that the tragedy was the result nf panic nnd not lawlessness In making his pica for tal Berman also contended arguments by both the and defense short requiring only 41 Charles B of held that MeKeon was madV he recruits into the water Atty Zola mm of New York City argued Start Monday BUS service for Flagstaff and Is to start day T Kartin line own cr said tbe Knoll Ante- mad rate would never have been brought to trial had it not been for politico Military Might To Canal Zone By LONDON France rushed mobilization ures foe a show of strength in tlie Mediterranean Friday and set the machinery in motion for a conference on the Suez Canal American British and French foreign ministers hammered out plans for the conference day and agreed to ask Russia and Egypt among others to meet in Aug 16 to establish an authority over the canal which Egypt eight days ago Britain already has dispatched the invitations A source close lo the Egyptian government in Cairo said President Gams Abdel ser may reply Friday There were indications in the Egyptian tal that his answer would be no said hold whether Egypt and Russia or not Spokesmen for West Germany Japan Spain and New Zealand already have their would accept bids But Low Temperature For Aug 3 Set A new low for S n wan the ll S Weather the The the ta OK hi the a British Foreign Office spokes man sakl no official acceptances been received yet Both British French inets Queen IT belt a meeting of her Privy Counci Diplomatic sources here the conference would be br Aff WM p ho Sports Mn four Robert S Tul 1 ar said n nd any of boys couM have pre- vented if he had slood his hind acted like a Agreement To End Bread Strike Made PHOENIX ifl Union and com- pany negotiators -a iri the bakery rarly Friday and striking Tea besun report ing buc k o work Tea in si e rs oc al went on strike against and bakeries demanding a day week instead of days Under of the new con- tract the striking and will on a week at the end of 18 months Pay increases also were included but details were not available The settlement was reached at an early session con- ducted by Federal Conciliator W P Halloran Woman Tells Of Seeing Crash Smoke WASHINGTON A woman near scene of the Grand airliner collision day she smoke the hour of burg Va ns eyewitness in Civil Aeronautics of the crash of a Airlines Air Lines which killed 128 persons Mrs that she anil from Page 2 LT nt MARKER OF This sitr four caskets containing of lied Air Lines victims uf Juntt 30 crush Marker of lip plus Mini preferred to in uf kin perished on plane anil werr Jcun SQUARE the 8th Northern Square opening at 8 PJH ta mm trams ComiM Chair Squares an only two tke In the two-day val Hill be at I and 8 at tat UNITED MEMORIAL were on huncl day at Graml Canyon fur special memorial nt 20 fieS arid tun l June Air Lines included 23 in Phoenix horal military and 50 mound with marker it is in of Funeral service fur uns June 13 liy Hill City Council Budget Meet Scheduled City Council will night to adopt the proposed 57 Flagstaff budget The proposed budget mils for an increase of 52 cents per 5100 ation The tax levy if tlie posed is as is amounts to or an in- crease of over the 56 budget The new tax levy is expected to be ns compared with tbe rate last year of 1 Protests to the budget wilt be heard at the meeting Crash Area Still Closed IBy the SUN's Oun Service GRAND of Canyon National kpd off following Iho crush of Airlines and TWA planes at tho of CAD never lo thq public enl confirmed that the area extending approximately five miles each way from where the planes went clown lime ing persona lo was still make no com- ment on tlie reason for not ing area Tt was however i rim as were parts of a conducting a hearing in Washington lo determine the cause of the of the believes mny he available in tlie area still closed One person at said Thursday evidence obtained from clothing parts of a plane in Iho out area on the rim of disclosed a llw may have rammed info ho rear end of TWA Some was found on the mnn said salvaged clothing and airplane parts liave been as com- ing from tlie TWA The parts of the have been identified as coming from the insulation of the TWA plane No luggage was found which indicates the TWA plane was probably med in the tail seclion The fact the some miles east of whore the pianos went was explained by n wmd from west the dpy the planes ecl
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