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Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1956, Yuma, Arizona THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK Some school people have me to look at a piece of tion they want In many schools around Yuma growth is a critical problem How to keep up with One problem in particular mak s it difficult It is the method of State financial aid It's called ADA Daily Attendance As of now the state gives a school district for each pupi in average daily attendance But the LATE money comes a year Because it's based on the PRE VIOUS YEAR Thus a school may have students this year and 700 stu dents next year But next year state aid would be based on the 500 Senate 174 is designed to bring this up to date It would a the end of a school year give the growing school the aid it otherwise would not collect until a year er I understand Senator Giss of Yuma County proposed something like this last year but was turned down It has been introduced it seems fair and ed to me British Arrest Greek Church Leader on Cyprus NICOSIA Cyprus arrested Greek Cypriot Nationalist leader Archbishop Makarios and held him for deportation today The Bishop of another anti-British Nationalist leader so was arrested and ordered deported At the same time the British deployed troops throughout this strategic Mediterranean island to wipe out pro-Greek terrorism in Cyprus by force The drastic crackdown against the anti-British Nationalist forces was expected to set off new ble in tile island which lias been rocked for months by riots and killings over its future status Girls Admit Kidnaping Tale A Hoax INDEPENDENCE Kan Four bright-eyed Iowa girls today were sentenced to 30 days in the county jail for sending 28 carloads of officers on a chase after two non-existent kidnapers When the girls admitted their wild story was a hoax authorities were not amused County ney Tom Grossman filed charges of disturbing the peace against all four They pleaded guilty before City Judge Walter L McVey and in passing sentence ho remarked that Your parents should take a hair brush to you when you get home The girls displayed no emotion Grossman said the girls needed a lesson Sheriff Floyd Huggins who the futile and short-lived manhunt said all four spent the night They were identified as Gloria Jensma and Lois Davis both 18 and Jeaneane Fahrney and Judy Damman both 17 Printed Thursday Afternoon uti it 100 Million Tumi br Sun Pria tint Co and at Yoma Arli u Annual by YUMA 59 14 PASES PHONE SU YUMA ARIZONA FRIDAY MARCH 9 1956 PER COPY ARIZONA 59 Rigid Farm Price Props Defeated Cairo Crowds Crying for Blood as Tension Mounts I Truce Man Sees Progress In Averting War JERUSALEM N ruce supervisor said today he be he had made some progres n averting an war but massed crowds in Cairo shoul d today for the annihilation o srael Maj Gen E L M Burns head if the truce supervisory group lew back to Israel from thre days of high Jevel talks in n the increased tension along the border Burns said his vith Maj Gen Abdel Hakim Egyptian minister of de ense and chief of staff for the Saud Arabian armies and with Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud indicated progress He said he TOUld discuss the same questions ith Israel and then consult with Secretary General Dag Hani Arabs Want War But there were shouts of war ven as Burns left by plane for They came as the leaders the big three Arab nations Saudi Arabia and Syria in prayer in Cairo's ancient Mosque before a cheering rowd of 3000 persons Israel must be ley shouted Down with and the Baghdad pact Long ve Arab unity Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser ol gypt King Saud of Saudi nd President of already had dispatched gh emissary today to Amman ith a money offer aimed at win ng Jordan's allegiance and g British influence there forever The emissary Premier said of Syria delivered his to the King at his palace Amman and then prepared to y back to Cairo for of the Arab big three sources said the three Arab nations had offered to match Britain's annual subsidy to Jordan had invited Jordan to join an group and had congratulated Hussein for firing British Lt Gen John Glubb as head of the Arab Legion T that he got 1 a V ear job with j through -a f got g 3 v former Pair Arraigned for Burglary at Hotel Two men were arraigned in Yuma Justice Court this morning on a burglary charge at the Yuma Hotel John G Collins 21 and Matthew J Milos IS both of the have been charged by Assistant Chief of Police Bob with burglarizing the room of T R Chapman Justice of the Peace Byrd set the bond at each and ordered the case ued until March for setting of the preliminary hearing LEGION'S IS Is representing the Yuma Post 39 of tbe American Legion in the contest for queen of the Fourth An- Yuma County Fair A native of West Virginia she is employed at the Yuma Air Base She lives with her mother Mrs Hazel tyre at Mesa Vista She lists swimming skating and dancing among her favorite hobbies Sun Staff Gen Glubb Warns Tough Policy May Lose Jordan LONDON UP Lt Gen John Glubb Pasha warned Britain today hat any tough new policy in ic Middle East might drive Jordan into the anti- Arab camp Glubb breaking nearly a weeks on his ouster as r of Jordans Arab Legion saic get tough policy also migh ost young King Hussein hrone Britain already has announced t is knighting Glubb for his ces in the Middle East Queen H makes him a knight the Bath in a cere mony today at Buckingham Palace Glubb expressed these views as the heads of state of Egypt Saudi Arabia and Syria sent the Syrian premier to Amman to try to win Hussein away from British ence In a letter to the times Glubb answered Conservative Party els and other factions who ed that Britain flex its military muscles in the Middle East to stem the rising tide of Arab Direct Phone Dial Scheduled A faster more convenient tele- phone service is coming to in response to many re- quests By early fall people will be able to dial Yuma tele- phones it is announced day by Lenn Searcy manager for Mountain States Telephone Com- The long distance charge be- tween Somerton and Yuma will be The outstanding development and growth of this important area plus increased de- mands for telephone service have made Ibis step feasible at this Searcy explained On the basis of past experience the estimates that the calling rote between Somerton and Yuma will Increase four or five under the new This will require the addition of more lines between tile two pities as well as additional dial ment First step in the project was tile start of construction of the building in Somerton which will provide about 900 square feet of floor new dial ment Other steps include ing the cable lines erton and Yuma Somerton subscribers will then have direct access to all Yuma Searcy says In of long distance charges they will pay Yuma rates plus a small Increment AH telephone numbers in S o m- erton will be changed at Hie same lime the new dial equipment Is put into service Numbers will have seven digits and will begin with MArket 7 This ties In with a nationwide number s y s t c hi which will ultimately make direct dialing possible throughout the country heightened by dismissal He said Hussein's throne be in danger if he joined and Saudi Arabia because the Egyptian government is anti- monarchy and the Saudi Arabian dynasty is traditionally against the dynasty of Hashemite Jordan Glubb said that if Britain cut off the present annual subsidy of to Jordan it would de- stroy the nation or drive it into the arms of Egypt and Saudi Arabia who with Syria have just renewed from Cairo their offer of financial aid to Jordan Hussein British educated has declared repeatedly since he fired Glubb that he intends to remain Britain's friend and abide by the treaty under which Jordan receives British money and Britain bases small military forces there Ask Funds For Gila Drain Plan WASHINGTON An annu al appropriation of fo reclamation survey and would be provided in a intro by Arizona Sen Goldwater and Rep John J Rhodes Goldwater said the would be of utmost to the State of and would be used for such work as planning drainage and ment in the Gila Project The would remove Upper Basin states from eligibility to re each per year from money derived from Hoover Dam power sales Under present laws the revenue would be shared am ong states in the Upper and er divisions from 1955 through 1957 arid until last year only Upper Basin states received the alloca tions Te Selle Named Head Of Surplus Agency PHOENIX Howard Te Selle lias been appointed trator of the state's ed surplus property agency The agency was created by the Legislature so that the state can continue to receive federal surplus property for distribution to schools and other institutions Members are the state superintendent of public instruction state treasurer and state auditor Te Selle former assistant com- at Arizona Stale College at Tempe was appointed by the Board at a meeting yesterday The Weather yesterday 77 43 Temperature at 11 today 71 Relative humidity at 11 high this date 78 Average low this date 51 FORECAST to Saturday Clear today through Saturday for occasional high icss warmer today Ex- acted high this afternoon 80 le In the temperature night and Saturday Low tonight 3 lowering to 33 In the lower colder areas Water Talks Resumed PHOENIX ial talks regarding pending lation to enable the diversion oJ Colorado River water into Arizona were expected to resume today Representatives of Yuma ion districts and the Central zona Project Association have been meeting since Monday to discuss now pending in the ature It would broaden the scope if the Arizona Water Authority The interested parties had ned to confer yesterday but had o continue their discussions un- il today because of other ters Minor Calls Keep Firemen Jumping The Yuma Fire kept busy yesterday answering minor fire calls At there was a brush fire at 8th Avenue and Water Street This was followed by a fire among some railroad ties on N 18th Avenue and later in the by a brush fire in the 200 block on 15th Avenue Second Man Arrested in Bank Robbery NEW YORK FBI ar- rested a second man today in con- with the Port Chester drive-in bank bery An FBI spokesman identified the suspect as Angelo P John White Plains a two-horse racing stable partner of the prime bery suspect Arthur who was arraigned blurted out in federal court I am guilty The FBI said John was merely charged with withholding tion not with actually taking part in the holdup He is being held in bail The robbery took place last day About of the loot was recovered in the trunk of car The FBI said he gave to an accomplice Worth Of Whisky Is Given Away NEW YORK A old liquor decided to treat people good Thursday an it cost his boss an estimated The clerk John saic he got a message from God to treat people good and decided 01 the way to distribute goodness when the first customer after he opened the store He told the customer to pay what he wants or pay nothing That was how I treated people ood It wasn't very long before the vord got around and the store was crowded voluntary recipients of good By the time noticed the crowd and in- the shelves were all but stripped of about worth f whisky The register contained 17.46 Victor 40 who owns the tore said he would not try to who was n to a hospital for observation The guy is said He's just good natured To Sell Track PHOENIX State Land Commissioner Roger Ernst said ay the owners of Turf Paradise Race Track will be allowed to buy land on which the plant is located ARTHUR 9 Church Leaders Flying to Russia For Visit NEW YORK Nine Prof leaders leave today for- an visit in Moscow to strength en the spiritual fellowship be tween Christian leaders of the ed States and Soviet Russia The delegation sponsored by the National Council of Churches and headed by its president Dr Eugene Carson Biake was uled to depart from New York In- Airport this afternoon in a KLM Royal Dutch airliner ind arrive in the Russian capital in time for church on Sunday he group will be guests of Alexei of the Russian Church but will meet also ith representatives of other stant churches A Russian church will return the visit to the United States in une Demos Predict They Will Win Fight at Polls WASHINGTON UP Demoi crats smarting under Senate de- feat of their drive to restore rigid farm price props said today they will win the decisive vote on the farm issue in the presidential election The Senate yesterday voted to 41 to knock out of its farm aid a Democratic proy vision restoring rigid 90 Mce supports on cotton corn and rice Forty-one Republicans and 13 Democrats defeated the provision Both Arizona senators crat Carl Harden and can Barry voted against tbe fixed 90 per cent farm price supports yesterday Grounds for Divorce ENFIELD England IB udge awarded a divorce to Mrs orace Westgarth yesterday afte ie testified that when she threa ined to leave her husband h hook hands with her said he hop she would be happy he was going and asked her 1 ave the house keys He said h as in a hurry to catch a train House Majority Plans New Attempt To Pass Property Revaluation PHOENIX The tled House majority girded itsell or another fight today after ar- riving at a split decision to duce a new proposing wide property revaluation The majority group voted 24 to 12 yesterday afternoon in caucus 0 take another crack at the re- valuation proposal original revaluation as amended was killed on Wednesday in the House Speaker Harry Ruppelius Maricopa confirmed that there vould be substantive changes in he but didn't say what they vould be He said the Rules Com- would introduce the ure today if possible although it might be next week before the can be put into shape The measure is regarded as the key to the school finance program and necessary if tiie Senate is to give the package any tion Senate leaders thus far have de- comment in view of the new attempt nt introducing a tion in the House although they earlier left no doubt that they would not look favorably on the other three package measures without such n proposal being in- cluded The Senate continued lls Com- of the Whole today with ft House creating a state parks and recreation board expected to come up for debate The Senate gave to 11 measures including bills to increase the salary of the state examiner to annually and making use of narcotics a misdemeanor by 90 days in county jail The decision of the House to introduce the revaluation in a somewhat modified way was the climax of a day wise dominated by confusion A group of Phoenix school and PTA had descended on Gov Ernest McFarland's office in the ing to urge that he intercede to have the Senate act on another version of the revaluation They indicated it was their under- standing that the House version of the was dead The governor then informed them that he had been advised the House majority in caucus a- greed almost unanimously to sponsor another on tion with one or two changes But it learned about an lour the cus had no volo on such a proposal Three newsmen then contracted governor lo check ils statement He then observed hat ho apparently had made a Ruppelius had refer red to the Rules Committee i n stead of the caucus A quick telephone call to R u p confirmed that the speake had meant the Rules made up of 13 key majority mem bers had agreed to sponsor such a proposal He immediately fied the school representatives ti clarify his earlier remarks The governor although ing to deviate from his policy with the ture as such told the educators he would reiterate I am thetic to the problem of education and will the leaders He added later concerning the position of the upper house thai if the goes down a second time 1 don't know whether the Senate will want to pass it To be reintroduced the tion must have substantive changes or face the challenge on Jic floor of being resubmitted un- awfully In other words rules n when defeated can not be reintroduced without substantial changes in content Some observers expressed the opinion that changes would arily bo designed to eliminate some object ions to the ed in debate and on final reading of the original I Thirty-five Democrats and six Midwest farm belt Republicans voted for it administration forces predicted they will cap their triumph with defeat of a Democratic provision to put 90 per cent supports on millable wheat The Senate met this morning to voting on the potent farm The Democrats denounced the Republican victory and the Re- publican farm program in general One House Democrat called for possible impeachment of tary of Agriculture Ezra T son A Disaster Chairman Allen J Ellender of tlie Senate Agriculture Committee called defeat of rigid supports and continuance of the ion's flexible support program a disaster for the armer Sen Hubert H Humphrey D- Uinn predicted President hower and other GOP candidates vill suffer at the polls in ier Other Democrats agreed The White House said Mr was delighted with de- eat of rigid supports Republicans and Democrats set the stage for the fall campaign vith acrid exchanges as they pre- pared to vote The entire of the Senate was present to go on record for the first time in 20 years The administration went all-out to defeat 90 per cent supports Shortly before the key vote Benson made concessions to ators from cotton and corn states who had feared political trouble if they opposed high supports An Offer The secretary made a firm offer to support cotton prices this year at about 86 or 87 per cent of fair price parity and to forego a scheduled cut in cotton acreage next year His offer was gent on continuation of the flexible supports Sen Olin D Johnston angrily accused Benson of trying to buy votes Humphrey charged Benson with unprincipled con- duct He said Benson had been little deal to split our ranks lobbying Congress making any Rep Wayne L Hays called for impeachment if reports Benson tried to make a deal on farm votes with three senators are true STOP TB it stops Get a free X-ray of your chest to detect tuberculosis Sixty seconds is all It takes and It save your life Watch the schedule below to see when State Health Department's mobile X-ray bus Is in your vicinity Mtr School Mnr 10 School Mir 13 p.m Mir 14 II 1C 19 Union p.m
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