Arizona Daily Sun, August 3, 1956

Arizona Daily Sun

August 03, 1956

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Issue date: Friday, August 3, 1956

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Arizona Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 3, 1956, Flagstaff, Arizona 000 School Planned For Pine Knoll Area Plans to -oortttruct a' new ele- inentary school in'the Pine Knoll were, disclosed Friday by T. Vt. KnolM Jr., a member of the Flagstaff school board. Construction on the school, es- tiriiited to cost approximately will start next spring, Knoks :said. Money for the school will como from the the government wiJl give the school board for. fa- cilities, to teach 200 Indian pupils between the grades o[ 3 ami 12. Under Ihe agreement the Ftng- staff School system will receive a Hat to use as it sees fit plus the per capita cost-of teach- ing each child. Knoles stressed that Indian students will bo equally rtiptnbut- ed among the sclvools. "No school especially lo" leach Incllim students will Ixi Knoles added. The Indian Bureau hist week requested of. 23 acres of land northwest .of Clark Homes j teach Indian sluclails in Flagstaff to build a dormitory to house the studcnjs. is a "complete and separ- ate project and is'being done en- tirely nt'the; cost'-to the govern- Knolos said. Speaking of -the reached q' government to dum pupils scliools, K unles said; "liourd mpinljLTS hnvc been careful ii] this contract to seo that no classes wjll bo over- iKihmccd wiili liuliiin children "in order 10 comply with the basic principle of these ;r.im. I pay the per cupiUi cost for eci'J- wei'p in tliat this' t-nltiiu llio pupils which means th.il mainlcrmi.co the school pro- Is not to be an vitli TWrV plJiTif, WITC Marker oniimirrs niniu's of (lip. .plus tvvn Mini Idpnllfinl :unl OUIcr) wlioni rultltlvris preferred to lx> inchiilrd in the- im-mnrhO riU'S tK-CLtu.so uf kin U'tio perished on siinio plane anil werr iniiilriitifiril Jcun ('hnreti :uul Kliznlx-lli SQUARE DANCB estimatrtl 1.KKI the 8th Aanual Northern AriziHtt Square Krstival opening at' 8 PJH. Innijriit ta mm. (linre trams IHe ComiM (.fcovr) Ihf WhffI Chair Squares an only two tke mlUUiMliiij; KTUIW pfrtermlng In the two-day festi- val Otkrr wwiMia Hill be hcU at I and 8 SarcnUj at tat UNITED MEMORIAL 2t5 were, on huncl Tlilirs- day at Graml Canyon fur special memorial norvire nt 20 uniitenli- fieS arid tun i.lciiiiri. ;l June Unllnl Air Lines cnish. NHmbpr included mniirners, 23 in Phoenix horal ;jrnnp, t'AL nprriotmel, fiffern military (HThonnel, and urmind 50 nnTuoliers. Gr.ivo mound with memnrhil marker bi-hind it is in crnlpr of -pir.turf. Funeral service fur nniifrntilieil [JAL dnid uns In-let :it Cnnynn June 13. liy Hill Ih-avrr) City Council Budget Meet Scheduled City Council will mcrt night to adopt the proposed 1956-, 57 Flagstaff budget. The proposed budget mils for an increase of 52 cents per 5100 valu- ation. The tax levy, if tlie. pro- posed biidgpt is noopted as _ is, amounts to or an in- crease of J63.962.41 over the 1955- 56 budget. The new tax levy is expected to be ns compared with tbe rate last' year of 2.7.172. .1 Protests to the pmnn.qed budget wilt be heard at the meeting. Crash Area Still Closed IBy the SUN's Oun Service) GRAND CANYOX-Pnrls of Granrl Canyon National Pnrk. kpd off immcdinlfiy following Iho crush of Unitcil Airlines and TWA planes at tho of CAD, h.is never rcorK'ned lo thq public. Joim McLaiiRhlin, siipcrlntrncl- enl confirmed Tiiursday that the area extending approximately five miles each way from where the planes .went clown lime chrrj'- ing 12S persona lo tlieir was still closcil.. wouhl make no com- ment on tlie reason for not reopen- ing area. ____'._ _ '_ Tt was learnerl, however, tbnt i rim as were parts of a conducting a hearing in Washington lo determine the cause of the crnsh of the nirlinefs, believes -hoditionnl infnrm.ntiori mny he available in tlie area still closed. One person at Grnncl Cnnyon said Thursday evidence obtained from clothing a.nd parts of a plane foninl in Iho hlnckeft out area on the rim of the'canyon disclosed a possiliilily llw ITnitert plnne may have rammed info' (ho rear end of ihe TWA "Some clotliing was found on the mnn said. "In.each inslance, Ihe salvaged clothing and airplane parts liave been itienlified as com- ing from tlie TWA Conslellalion. "The parts of. the plnne have been identified as coming from the insulation of the TWA plane. No luggage was found which indicates the TWA plane was probably ram- med in the, tail seclion. The fact the cTothing'was founr1 some miles east of whore the pianos went was explained by n slrong .wmd Lb.lcwdng from ihe west the dpy the. planes crajh- ecl, ;

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