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   Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1959, Yuma, Arizona                             I ,By JONES OSBORN V vfhe hhmg of, relatives by con gicssmen continues to provoke chtjcism of oUr lawrriakeis As it should', s Senatois think to this criticism by keeping their pay roll records secret but they v sue ceed only in making themselves look worse Foi nepotism cieeps in uherev- ei the strong light of puohcity is doused 4 -tf Or where an iron-fisled r u 1'e r airogantl-" defies his subjects to do anything about it as in the Dominican Republic A N'D -T H tlfM I TIN E L v TrniBertturt 11 o Jelaflvc liuirtldty it n o- high thlj date x Hate FORECAST to Friday night- f ottinl today and Fr day Occultmt I "I High today loo low; tonight i ?t Generalissimo Rafel L Tiujillo will celebrate 29 years of dictator- ship this Satuidayi Helping lum be his famous son Rafael Junior who is a general and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, nephew who is secielary of 'defense; wlio-is secre- tary of nai and aviation ___fS son who was a maj or at age 13, j Jf YUMA. ARIZONA. THURSDAY. MAY 14. 1959 PHONE SU 3-3333 ARIZONA 114 Issue1 dent' brother who is piesi Trujillo the original nepotist Committee Cuts Yuma Base Funds WASHINGTON The Sen- Services, Committee cut out of. the' House ap- proved military construction budg- et -'for.. Corps Auxiliary' Air. Station ;same: time made a .new addition of for Tucson Municipal Airport for. maintenance1 facilities. The, cut. at Yuma' leaves the construction -figure' 'for 'Vincent Fieldi at In :'addfti9n, the.', committee, ting at the request of the services approved, a series 'of 'amendments r to construction au- previously written into law, They include adjustments in some projects tQ compensate for Increased construction costs and also the deletion of several guard and; reserve facilities. The latter category Includes Ft HuRchuca which previously had been aulhoilzed The committee now recommends1 52.- 376 000 Tht Senate committee left un changed the House budget of for operational and main- .ien'ahce facilities at Davis-Month- Tucson; 'and JMS.OOQ.for operational .and maintenance fa- cilities, at William's AFB, Chand- ler. Showdown Fight on Housing Bill Looms in House Committee Finally Gives OK to Bill WASHINGTON (UPI) The rowerful and often stubborn -louse Rules Committee relented oday after four weeks and ient the controvefsial 100 000 000 omnibus housing bill to the House or .action. The vote of 8-4 opened the way for a showdown fight between congressional Democrats and ad ministration forces next week A 66 lie vote by the committee Apiil 16 had kept the measure bottled, up. Committee Chairman Howard W Smith (D Va) and Rep Wil Ham M Colmer (DMiss) switched votes today and joined other Democrats to clear the legislation for debate All four committee. Republicans v o't'is d- against it. The committee specified how- ever that administration forces in the House can offer a substi tute to the bill which would water down its cost and eliminate pub- lic housing portions of the pro- gram Republican House Leader Charles A Halleck of Indiana prc dieted the substitute, endorsed by President Eisenhower, would be adopted. Speaker .Sam''.Rayb'urn, who scheduled debate to begin lues day, declined to -pi edict the out- come The already has paised a housing bill calling for 000 The President, fighting for a balanced budgeti feels that both the House and Senate Democratic bills would call for too much spending Other congressional news Crash Near Wellton Is Fatal to A 37 year-old Mexican contiact laborer was fatally injured yester day aftemoon when Ihc pickup truck m which he was riding ent 3Ut of control and overturned 2Jfz times one mile west of Wellton n. Highway 80. Dead is Porfino Lovalo Rodn quez who was employed at the See JPholo Piigo Curtis Woodman and Roach Ranch1 about seven miles east of Yuma. Highway Fattolman Ronald 'Hoffm'an; said'tovato was a .passenger' in >'a. car by Bankston escorte two jobbery nut pool, from Yuma. Justice Court they were bound over lo Superior Omrt vesterdaj. They nro Man Plans Nudist Farm at Phoenix PHOENIX Cou'rty.-of- ficials' today had. to. determine whether' Gerald R. Shaw's pro- posed' nudist farm qualifies as a 'guest'ranch. He applied .for; a guest ranch permit from Maricopa county ad- justment board No. '2 "but several property owners In the. area pro- tested. Shaw 40 acres five-mile's east of New River :for. his, sunT shine and health, project. He told officials .sun bathing would be in. an area 152 feet by 185 feet and. that- a 12 foot fence would; be .built.around it. Fnir: Trade: The -House'. Com- merce over Justice Department andV Federal .Trade San Pasqual School Election Slated Tuesday 5an Pasqual Valley Urii fi ed .School District voters will elect one school board member for a four-year-term-Tuesday. are located at the Winter- .haven Fire San P.as- .qual School, Bard' Church "Annex, and at the Palo Verde Communi- :-ty Calif. They 'will.be open from 8 p.rii. tp 5 p.m. Incumbent Mrs. Carolyn ..Wall- ace'-is being opposed by Dr. Or- en .DeBoard, Winterhaven chiro- practor. s This coming Tuesday is Califor- school eleclion day. Bulletin: Commissions' opposi t i o n ap proved a bill which t would let manufactuiers set minimum re tail puces for their products It would in effect reinstilule on a na tional1 basis a uniform "fair :trade stale statutes repudiated by Two Held for Robbery Of Yftffla Service-Station William Hognn, (center) and Paul Mcrkowllr, liolh ot the Los Angeles area They are accused ot taking In the holdup of the Whiting Sorvlco Station early Monday. (Sun Staff Photo) Two Los Angeles area men charged with the armed robber of the Whiting' Brothers Servic law" tp replace which have been Page 3, Col. Art Works Bring Fortune at Auction NEW YORIi (UPn -Seventeen French art .works sold, plated'hot cakes Wednesday night a.. .record'- of oelebriiy-s'tud'ded The.top si Renr made by a'ulo; heir'Wal- ler, P.. Chrysler Jr. Tlie paintings, pastels and drawings ..of French, impressionists. were, from' the estate of. Chrysler's- ,Iaie Thelma Chrysler :Foy, who died in 1957.. A' Degas1 -ballet .'.''scene ,and a Toulouse.-Lautrec'. portrait of 'a woman in a-garden were sold to New York dealer E. J. Rousuck at record prices of each. Station on': Highway 80,   Superior Court. They.are AVilliam Henry.Hogan 36, a formei Vincent Field a i r man and Paul Harold Meikowitz 22 Both men weie held lo ansne chaiges of aimed robbery by Jus tice of the Peace tisel Byrd The suspects were bound o e r io th auction. higher court -after- waiving counsel and preliminary .hearing in. Yuma .Justice Court. Bond: on each'-Was 'set at Took Hogan .and ac- cused of taking approxiriiately.' from tlie.service'.station-, early Monday ..morning. The eraled by Jim' is" located across, the Vincent Fiejd. Police, ofacers s'ai d Ule two gunmen who 'robbed' the. .station bound Colliers three sons with tape before making their. escape. But me-boys, 15. aiid" 18, quickly freed themselves, and-call-. ed their father'who {contacted, po- lice, The suspects were :laken custody Jess.than iq'minutes aft-, er :A 'police pali-pl car driven by Sgt." .Ray Snailum spotted an'aulo answering the de- scription of the gunmen's vehicle, and gave chase..Snailum also call- ed two other patrol cars io inter cept the suspects' vehicle Hogan and Merkowltz stoppe theit oar, threw away then guns and surrendered readily as thei route of escape was cutoff bylh thice conveiging patrol cars Served Time Police Lt James Blrminglian said Uiat Hogan has served lim m Foil Leaveravoilh a fcdera puson foi fraudulent endorse of'government checks.. The suspect, also was placed' on -two probation 'here in" October for'; cashing checks Birmingham, said. sigriedi.statement taken by wlice 'officers, Hogan.'said' he and planned 'to'.' rob some place since said.' they .left apartment n.- Angeles armed yith; hyo .45 reyolver's. .Hogan .said-..they .planned th e robbery.-because 'Ihey .were- out of money.-He said--they drove; here via San Diego, "and 'all -the'while the: lookout for a good lace to. stage, .their' holdup. ipacemen Get Space .WASHINGTON. (UPI) ent- Eisenhower has .made .space or the. He signed a ill -Wednesday authorizing "the alional .Aeronautics and Space dtnihistralion. to 'give 'up' .its oattered temporary'quarters' and ase office space in Washing! RinjJ Cancer In Jwin'ing'sJ LungTissue WASHINGTON cerous lumor was found in the lung of Gen Nathan r Twining chairman of the Joint Chiefs of the 'Defense Department announced today. The department said tlie cntne diseased portion of the left lung" was lemoved in, an opeiation Tuesday and theie was no evi- dence of involvement in any other areas of .the ch'est. Defense. officials said fhey ex- jecied', Twining: to, be..out of the hospital in three .or four. weeks and .to. be' back, on 'ther'job' 'a couple-of weeks after'that. Two CAP Pilots Killed in Crash Hear Ray, Ariz, RAY (UPD-Two Civil All Pa trol fliers weie killed today when theli plane crashed during search operations for two Tucson men missing on a flight from Ray lo Tucson The CAP identified the victims as W C Rogeis, 36, the pilot ot 4720 N Campbell and George H Schulei, 34 of 2437 N Geronimo, both of Tucion TH1 crash occurred'abdlft niS when the oiaft hit a power'line and plunged to earth in Mendoza wash seven miles south of Ray Two Final county deputies, coronet and an investigator for the CAP weie at (lie scene .The.-'.Civil had been taking pait in the search for. Tucsoiiians missing .aboard Benjamin Ramirez '0 of the Cur tis Ranch and another passenger Lobano Anlonio Rob les 45 also emplojed at the h received minoi injuries In the accident Antonio was taken lo Parkview Hospilal with multiple cuts and bruises while Ramirez was treat ed at Yuma General Hospital for abiasions ot the leg and possible shoulder spine and hand injuues Patrolman Hoffman said the 1958 Fold Ranchero in which the three men neie riding veered on 15 len inches off the highway when the diivei Ined.to pull the car back on the load and loit control Hoffman said the vehicle ovei tuined times throwing both passengers out The accident oc- cutred about 120 pm Lovalo died the wav to the hospital of severe multiple injur- ies the investigating officer said The. body was taken to the John son Moituary Two Held for Burglary of 2 Yuma Businesses Tuo Grants H Pass Ore men a plane that- left Ray last'night for -Tucson .and was not heard from ..again. .'Missing, on the Ray lo Tucson flight are R W Powell the pilol and .Lonnie. Davison. ..Both .men are construction workers -at -Ray arid 'they- used the: plane .to corn- They :look off. at 'p.m. ast. night and' the normal- 'flight ime .to Tucson in' Iheir type craft 'i's .35 to'-45 minutes.' were booked in'Counly Jail hiqinlng on suspicion of burglarize iiiK two Stover and Den >City Police sajd the tpm are suspect- ed of "breaking Into a stor6rto6m at the Oasis Lodge, 2555 4th Ave nue and the National Dollar 261 Main' Street., The' break'- ms occurred early this morning Police reported that a length of rope. and a' fence, stretcher valu- ed we're taken from the rrib- el Ihe suspects were slay ng. -Reported missing f rorri t'h e: downtownVslorc. -was an electric azor change. The .suspects, were apprehended >y City Police shortly attei the Unification For Global Troop Cuts llerlei today GENEVA State Chusi......., luuaf handed Russia a diafnatic weslern offer lo global cuts for quick 'restoratioh of freedbm Tor all of with Berlin But Sovlel Foreign Minister An' drei Gromyko who obviously knew something ahoutithc Wests plan beforfe it Was presented, in- dicated in. a speech'at j Wednes- day's session of the Big Four Foj elgn Mimslois Conference 'that Moscow rpjecled In advance any weslcin rnbve' lo link political steps on Berlin and Germany with Euiopean iecuuly Hciter leading off for Ihe West at today s ..session (formally sented a comprehensiye weslern peace plan" providing foi reunifi- cation in four.istages It would 'take effect over a per iod ot 2'A yeais and the US join the Soviet Union in" a dramatic cut ot aimed forces along Ihe way j> Bottf East atid West ter should be ugiyen a-1 fii'sti step' towards reunification, of fUjfit'tob GermanyB H1 fr -PS. Lgjf ButfWeslein troops in WesfcBMIn ArizQna Elks Open 1st Business Session Arizona .opened their 44 Annual State-'Association -Con enlion In this morning. The 'Arizona Elks presiden Vm. T. ..Choisser opened the fir ession at the Masonic Tempi e-. inlroduced session -guesls ii luding the. national Grand Exal d Rule'i" Horace R. Pas rand Exallcd Ruler L. A: Lewi nd' Yiima. Exalled Oli n'PP-'.' Sltiun Welcomes ihipD' welcomed bridge (Ho four-rtny Arbsonn. Slnlc Elks center of Choter, president of Ihe state nsnoclatlon. Kneeling I, L. Al'towh taffi Yuma and then', George'" Shackle- of l in welcome.to the Both indicated .strong- pleasure at, having the slate association in convention in.Yuma and wished best results for the four-day ses- sion. Elks Boy Scout..Troop '92 presented .the national.arid "state colors lo the asscmbled'delegates. Roll call of cities-followed.'.: During.' the', business session the Elks heard a report on their hos- pital. The major, project of, t h e Arizona Elks Association, the hos- pital is located.in foolhills west of Tucson.-It was founded 28 years ago and has been a project of .the Arizona Elks' since' then. YTS Tour The Elks were scheduled to tour he Yuma Test Station this after- noon. They were to- leave -from he Elks Clubhouse at p.m. Toiiighl will be dance time .'at the "Sks Club.: Friday's business .will start vilh lodge officers' breakfast at he Elks Club and second'business meeting at the Masonic Temple. Buffet luncheon will he served t the Elks Club followed by :rilu- listic competition finals'from -1 ntjl 5 p.m.; tomorrow night will see a stage tow at. the P o s t Auditorium, how time is mrglaries weie reported They were, taken into..cuslody when'they returned, to their car in the park- ing, lot .behind Ihe.'Sears Store; The stolen irierchandise was found in ;officers said Officers Plan Chicken Barbecue Sunday 'Thp Yuma .County Law Enforce- ment.' Officers' Association vti.il .a 'chicken..barbecue Sunday Municipal Ball'. Park. Entertainment'will begin at 6 i.rn. The feeding is 'scheduled'.-'ah lour, later.. Members, their fami lies and. guests are invited will be on sale at the gale. Admission is 51 for adults and 50 cents for children over-ace Tlie annual meeting of the as socialion 'mil be. held al 8 p m Monday at: the-Courthouse rltJthe -jo Germany Ihus coum ue come free and united vby The West.had1 Hitler that Gromyko would readily accept any mckage that would depiive the Communists of a majoj satellite (Continued on Page 3 Col 2) US Believes Man Has Soul, Says Gen. Gruenther PHOENIX (UPD-America Ihinks man has a soul That is Ihe main diffeience be- tween US and Soviet ideologies Gen Alfred M Gruenther (USA Jet) lold the Mancopa counly Red Cross chapler jeslerday In our system he said each of us has a Iremendous responsi bility to the individual a. In the Soviet country the lead ers believe the government is su preme and- that -man ble .to the.government. In maintaining Ibis, respon i bilily.we' have some slrengthening lo do And you as leaders in your communilies can do 'it .because' jou are leaders This is a spiniu al. problem we. face. difference ..is in our. belief hat..man has -a soul. irl Chosen for in Denmark ig Shor Abandoned y Space Scientists WASHINGTON Na. onal Aeronautics and Space Ad- inistration has abandoned plans lob a pig Into space. Pigs are uncomfortable lying on their Dr. Homer Joe Stewart; ASA's program planning dircc- lold reporters Wednesday, 11 junior at Yuma Union- High School ias been selected can-Field Service to go-to1-Den- mark'as'a part of the A'FS. sum- mer program, according1 ;tb'.-VUHS Principal: Bill .Jlanes.. Laura tr. and 'Mrs: Alton H. .Finch'f of has beenfactive n the Latin Club, H6ri- ori Club and. Fel- lowship, as well as.'being in.'' .the YUHS band since'her freshman year. She.was selected on is of her.-adaptability, personality- scholastic ability, preparation, arid desire to paflici- pale in the' program. On June 18th Laura Leigh 'jvilf leave New York by ship from six. to seven weeks >as a member of a Danish family chos- en by AFS. The American Field Service is a private, non-profit educational organization which attempts to further understanding and good will among peoples of the world by bringing teenage students from abroad lo sludy in American high LAURA LEIGH FINCH chools and live in American'com- munlties for a year, American eenagers are also sent during (he chool year or during the summer o live with foreign families,   

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