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Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1951, Yuma, Arizona Santa Coming to Yuma Tonight-and Yuma Stores Giving the Gifts, 730-9 P.MI. Weather at Yuma Highest lust 21 hours 80 Unvest last 21 hours DO Average high this date 74 Average low this date 17 Relative liu.mlu.ilv :it 11 a.m. fUMA VOLUME 274 Telephone 3-3331 YUMA. ARIZONA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1951 Weather Forecast Forecast to Wednesday Scattered high cloudiness this afternoon, tonight arid Wednesday. Warmer tonight and cooler Wedne.sday night. Ideally windy tonight and Wedne.sday. TWO SECTION ARIZONA VOLUME 174 Red O.K. of Truce Plan Is Indicated General Ridgway Warns Fighting Will Continue Until Rill Armistice Is Signed TOKYO, Nov. The Chinese communist radio indicated tonighl that lied negotiators will accept the United Nations "truce by Christinas" challenge in Korea. The communists arc scheduled to give their answer to Ihe UN.i proposal at an armistice subcommittee meeting In Panmunjom, Korea, at 11 a.m. tomorrow (7 p.m. MST Kven if the Reds accept the proposal, however, UN Iroops will continue fighting in Korea until a full armistice Is signed, Gen. .Matthew B. Ridgway warned in a formal statement. Under the UN plan, the Allies would yield to the communist de- mand that the present battleline become the cease-fire vided the rest of the armistice terms are settled within 30 days. The subcommittee took a day off nt communist request today to permll the Red negotiators to con- sult Pyongyang, Peiping and Vuma Merchants Offer Free Gifts To Lucky Shoppers More than a hundred valuable merchandise gifts will be offered Yuma-area shoppers by Yumii 4fierchants tonight between and 9 p.m. Signal the unveiling of this multitude of free gifts will be giv- en by Santa Claus himself, who is due to arrive on Main steel al p.m. in order lo lurn on the Christmas street lights. When Santa pulls the switch that turns on the Christmas lights, Yuma merchants will unveil the 100-odd gifts in their store win- dows. Names of the lucky recip-
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