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Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1956, Yuma, Arizona THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK New York's no bargain Everyone understands I think that this great city is with high prices high rents and high living But in the midst of aH this I think I have spotted biggest buy For a dime and a nickel you Ride the length and breadth this fabulous city from the freezing winds that howl through the streets down and rest if you can learn to scramble for a time by window shopping in perfect comfort a free lesson in what makes New York tick politically All this and more is yours for 15 cents when you step into the NY subway system It is here jammed into the jng subway you first see amazing conglomeration of races and nationalities that have gathered here from the four ers of the world You hear the drawl from below the Mason-Dixon familiar words from Mexico Puerto Rico and Cuba the sounds from the Germanic countries the persuasive accents of the French the clipped words of the British the Irish brogue the voice of the true ican Yankee the twang of the U S Southwest all in addition to the Printed Friday Afternoon iMi at lot Tumi Arli br Son Printing Co tat runt Arii u Clui Annual Haiti til br YUMA 19 10 PAGES PHONE SU YUMA ARIZONA MONDAY JANUARY 23 1956 PER COPY ARIZONA 19 Speed Blamed lor Train Wreck Join Us or Chiefs Jell Minority unique voice Yorker It's all sounds and of the native New sights smells of this great melting 15 cents on the subway Deadline Wed For For Land Bureau of Reclamation officials today estimated they will receive applications for eight farms In the Division of the Gila Project Deadline for submitting tions is 2 p.m Wednesday Maurice Langley head of the Bureau's land use and settlement division here said approximately 5800 applications already have been received and he expects at least 200 County Chairmen In Ultimatum to 11 House Demos mi: rity members of the Arizona Lei today were considering emand by Democratic to support their party o procedure or join th Republican party The move came Saturday on th art of the chairmen to break u slowdown of work in the Hous f Representatives The as aimed at 11 Democratic rep who have supporte in the House to oppos of on all except those of ah emergency na ture Rep Charles 0 Bloomquist D minority leader was no immediately available for commen on the demand The action was announced follow ing a meeting of county and stat chairmen national committeemen and state committeemen with Av erell Harriman governor of New York and a potential presidential nominee Four county chairmen were ab- sent but the action was unanimously by those present i The chairmen they not care how the voted on bills but they felt the 11 members should vote with the party along organizational matters Carla Hixon Improved B Little Carla Hixon of Mesa the victim was described as vastly im- proved today after a community more before the Wednesday effort was credited with saving line The eight land units will be sold to eight persons selected at a lic drawing tentatively set for Feb 8 Originally 29 farms were made available under this opening but exchange homesteaders from other government projects claimed 21 of them Veterans will be given preference In the drawings Arizona Game Commission Asks License Increase OB The Arizona Game and Fish Commission will seek the Arizona Legislature's proval for increases on nearly all her life Maricopa County Sheriff L C hunting and fishing licenses The commission voted to take the action Saturday The sion was expected to ask that com- bination hunting and fishing censes be increased from seven to nine dollars combination bass and trout license from to and the annual non-resident trout license be abolished Non- residents would purchase tion bass and trout licenses good for five days and costing Similar increases were approved in most other license categories Supreme today re- Dec Boiss Saturday expressed h i s thanks to volunteers who aided in the search for the little girl She was found by Garl Cluff a after she had been beaten and abandoned in a wash 24 hours after she was kidnapped last day Carla is in Southside District hospital in Mesa Robert V Taylor 33 an vict accused in the attack was held in county jail without bond County Atty William P Mahoney Jr says that Taylor will be charged with kidnaping for sault a charge which carries a death penalty or life ment without benefit of parole Taylor was earlier charged with kidnaping and aggravated assault in the case with an additional charge of grand theft in tion with a stolen auto believed to have been used in the kidnap High Court Agrees to Sugden Case Review U.S S Court today agreed to r view a case involving use in conspiracy trial of evidence o by government monitors a two-way radio The case stemmed from charge in Federal District Court at Pho nix that Mr and Mrs Robert H Sugden of Yuma violated immigration law in employment o Mexican wetbacks The hig court will schedule arguments o their appeal soon and later han down a written opinion in th case The case brought up a new face of the long-established U.S To Try Again To Win UN Okay On Arms Proposal UNITED UP The United States said it woul make effort today to wi United Nations acceptance of th Eisenhower open sky arms plan despite Soviet objections Soviet Premier Nikolai IBS indicated outright rejection o he plan but an American delega tion source said the United States vould take advantage of today's of the Disarmament immission to focus further at on the Eisenhower plan The President's proposal pul summit calls for an exchange of iry blueprints with each country aving the right of unimpeded erial reconnaissance of the other Military bases abroad would be and would not enter sub- stages of the plan without he consent of the countries in hose territory the bases are ated It was hoped the plan would be broadened to in- ude other countries Main business of the Commission which the 11 members of the Council plus Canada will to re-establish the e of the United States Russia France and Canada to re- ume efforts to reach agreement n a disarmament plan The subcommittee is expected to sume its discussion in London in March although there as a that the group's would be held at the n i t e d Nations that evidence obtained by tapping cannot be used in federal trials Transmitter Used The Sugdens had bought a two- way radio transmitter to cate between their farm house and their cotton fields They started to use the set before their operators licenses came through from the Federal sion Soon on the request of the tice Department an cian monitored some of the casts He later testified that they revealed the radio was used to warn wetbacks when federal in- were approaching Indictment Dismissed A Federal District Court dis- missed the whole indictment on the basis of the old rule barring tap evidence which he found had been used before the indicting grand jury But the Ninth U.S Circuit Court of Appeals reversed and ordered more hearings on the ground that the rule doesn't apply to casts made without a license The circuit added by can be used only to enforce the Federal Com- Act not other nal laws We think that if Congress wants the FCC to go into the general crime detection business it should say the opinion said BALLY of the nearly 800 sons in attendance gather around speakers stand to catch words of Gov Ernest W McFarland and U.S Commissioner of Reclamation W A heimer They were on program at annual get-together sponsored by hawk Irrigation and Drainage District at Antelope Union High School Sunday Jim Hawthorne of HOLD was emcee dished up popular program of entertainment Other officials and state and local politicians attended 29 Killed 142 Hurt in LA Derailment LOS ANGELES Police Im- pounded the speed tape today of the ill-fated commuter train A United Press photographer taking pictures at the scene today beard train officials say that the tape which keeps a continuous record of the speed registered 71 miles per hour at the curve Woman To Charges for Taking Coast Child SAN DIEGO said ley would file charges today gainst a Tijuana woman who off one of the biggest earches in this area's history by with her cousin's daughter Tijuana police found the child unday night in the home of Mrs laria Del Rosario De Gastelum an intensive search by civilians and Mexican nd San Diego police The child ranees Valencia disappeared rom her home near here last night Mrs De Gastelum said Mrs Ro- ario Urias a second cousin of le girl's mother Mrs Frank brought the child to her ome Thursday night Mrs De who also was held by texican police said she was i care for the girl Mrs Valencia told police her mily had argued with Mrs Urias House Group Criticizes Defense Chief WASHINGTON UP A House subcommittee report today ly criticized Defense Secretary Charles E Wilson and other in government The report approved by the majority of a Government tions subcommittee specifically charged that Wilson and his top Pentagon aides violated a con- gressional mandate an grated supply system be set up among the military services It also said that businessmen in government like Wilson Navy Secretary Charles S Thomas and Assistant Defense Secretary as P Pike are not the panacea for problems of government ad- ministration Jet Landing Preserves Pilot Ship nd that she might ie girl for revenge have taken National Guard Will Activate Second Company Bridge Engineers in Yuma With the appointment of 1st Lt J Copeland Howe as its ing officer the National Guard of Arizona has moved toward early activation of the Engineer Float Bridge Company in Yuma This means that for the first lime since 1915 the Guard v have two companies in Yuma bringing its new authorized total strength for this area to 318 cers and enlisted men Maj Gen Frank E adjutant general said Washington has authorized vation of the new com puny be- cause Company L try commanded by Capt lard Fourt has succeeded so w e 11 1 n maintaining a top strength state's guard tremendous growth was given support The Engineer Float Bridge Company will be live officers one warrant officer nnd 145 enlisted men Us toon bridging equipment Is hauled U 82 trucki U considered highly desirable for this special type engineer unit because of the proximity of the Colorado River for training Activation of the new company will bring the combined potential annual payroll of the Army tional Guard in Yuma to mately for full strength and attendance Capt Raymond Hose of Gen Fraser's staff in Phoenix will be here Wednesday to assist Yuma Guard officer in preparing for early activation of the new unit And he particularly is interested in interviewing cers for the new company and young nen interested in enlisting in of the two Yuma units In the Engineers Gen Fraser said every man will bo assigned a hit hns a counterpart In civilian Hie Is room for leadership of every In Hie two ho stilled Vacancies will exist In tho two units for engineers draftsmen welders heavy equipment ators heavy vehicle drivers dio and telephone operators technicians cooks and supply personnel plus many other The mission of an engineer com- pany of this type is to provide technical personnel and equipment to load transport and supervise erection of tactical stream crossing equipment It has a secondary mission of general cargo hauling when its bridging is immobilized its trucks capable of hauling tons of cargo in one lift Lt Howe the new unit com- mander is ranch manager for the John E Howe Produce Co Lt Howe received his initial sion from the Institute at Ho Is a of Hie Armored School nt Fort Knox Ky nnd served with the Tank Battalion in Germany from tho summer of 1952 to July 1553 Man Returned To Face Yuma Burglary Charge John Austin 40 of Pawnee Okla has been returned from Tucson to face charges of burglarizing the La Paloma Market here City Police returned the suspect after he was arrested in Tucson on another charge Gustaf W Anderson 63 of Santa Ana Calif has waived ary hearing in Justice Court and has been held to answer on a bogus check charge Bond was set at by Justice of the Peace Er- sel Byrd Anderson is charged with cashing a bum check for at Francis Bond has been set at each for Paul E Jones 19 and Armin Steifner 21 both airmen charged with burglarizing a car at the dust Motel Britons To Visit Salt River Valley OB A group of British businessmen will be in Phoenix tomorrow for a tour of vegetable farms and packing sheds The visitors will arrive tonight from El Centro California and will spend all day tomorrow in the Salt River Valley A Yuma Air Base flying colone made a forced emergency landing at an auxiliary field near Friday on a runway went back the next day am flew the plane out Col Robert P Baldwin Air De- Group Commander was ng his on a regular firing mission Friday afternoon over the gunnery range He had mechanical failure and suffered complete loss of power Said Col Baldwin That give you an gone feeling His location was about 22 miles south of Wellton at feet He just managed to dead stick his heavy plane to the field where he set her down with about 300 feet to spare of the runway Col Baldwin used his drag chute to help stop the plane Gravel and decomposed macadam cut up his tires on landing Saturday morning a large crew from the base went to the field to aid in the takeoff The runway was swept clear so that the gravel would riot be sucked up into the Col Robert F Balwin After replacing the tires Col Baldwin made it off the round with a little to spare At the Yuma Air Base the pilots to use about feet of the runway and mended under feet The procedure in the case of such a power failure is bailing Ut but a Col very Baldwin's actions expensive plane Five Are Charged with Driving While Drunk The weekend scene brought the following to Yuma's two charged with contributing to the de of a minor five drunk drivers one robbery one assault with a deadly weapon one lary and five accidents with one in- jured Lester Kreidel 20 and Harold The Weather Highest yesterday Lowest 74 49 Temperature at 11 today 65 Relative humidity at 11 Average high this date tills date Forecast to Tuesday Night Considerable cloudiness today nnd tonight A little cooler with southerly winds 10 to 20 miles per hour this afternoon clearing day with westerly winds 10 to 20 miles per hour during noon Expected high today 70 low tonight 50 Evans 19 have been charged with contributing to the delinquency ol a minor They reportedly had a year-old girl in San Luis all day night Bond has been set on them at each and the case continued until Wednesday for trial setting by Justice of the Peace Er- sel Byrd Louie San Diego 29 of Somerton was fined or 100 days in jail by Justice of the Peace Ray Cavanah for drunk driving reckless driving and no drivers ense 3 Charges Preferred Joe Garcia 24 of 13th Avenue and 6th Street was charged with drunk driving reckless driving and no drivers license after hilling a car driven by Mrs Mary field 32 of Avenue bond was set at by lice Judge Perkins and the case sut for plea Thursday Johnny Pool 32 of 1422 S 22nd Avenue charged with ly conduct drunk driving by City Police His bond set nt 5500 I Jones 48 of Stin Diego ftt with drunk driving and reckless driving after an over the weekend at Fortuna Wash He was released under bond Joe Marino Lopez 29 was charged with drunk driving less driving and leaving the scene of an accident after a wreck in the Yuma Valley over the weekend Judge Byrd set his fine at or 100 days in jail An early Sunday ing Blaisdell put Juan rez in the Yuma General Hospital with minor injuries Car Crash nt Intersection Clint Miller 45 of 2520 7th nue was cited for running a vard stop at the corner of 2nd j nue and 3rd Street Monday ng when his car ran into a driven by Ray Smith 42 of 2011 j Walnut Avenue Damage was at Landa of Yuma told city police that two men lie met at he Plantation Bar on North Main Street robbed him of a watch his I vallet jacket and Jose Santiago 74 a Indian is being held for with a deadly weapon after icing picked up by sheriff's ics for stabbing Ed Thompson ID lie stomach Thompson is in the General Hospital Some 218 of new hay stolen from the Johnnie ones Place nt Dome sometime Deputies arc ng LOS ANGELES UP cation of bodies of 29 persons killed in California's worst train wreck when the engineer of a speeding commuter train blacked may not be completed for days because of their mangled condition authorities said today The office said al effects and clothing of the tims who were crushed to death were so jumbled that identification of some passengers might have to be made from dental work and Excessive Speed Blamed Santa Fe Railroad President Fred G Gurley blamed the crash on excessive speed on a curve We are unable to understand ley said was a seasoned man at the controls and it is an incomprehensible thing Relatives and friends waited at the office to identify bodies if possible Authorities said they would be admitted one at a time At least 142 were injured some when the railroad's San Diegan laden with servicemen and weekenders homeward bound for San Diego whipped off a curve lear downtown Los Angeles The self-propelled el units with power plants under ach coach were just minutes into heir two and our run to the south Both the engineer and his man Homer Smith were in the front control cab of the Budd Co cars which are long stainless steel carriers which have been in for the last three years on the run The jammed passenger cars shot around a curve at what the road officially termed excessive speed The train swayed and pitched then over on its side Engineer Frank Parrish 61 of San Bernardino Calif said he just blacked out I remembered passing the block signal in the yard and then I blacked out I Cont'd on Page 2 Col 2 Fasten your funny folks Morty heading your way with his Every day on the comic page you'll see Morty become in- in situations that are strictly for laughs There's a real chuckle awaiting you with every episode of the new comic MEEKLE STARTING TODAY
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