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Arizona Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Flagstaff, ArizonaToday s scripture and the nation to whom they Liall be in bondage will i judge said god and after that shall they come Forth and serve me in this vol. 4 the Home evening newspaper of Northern Arizona Price 7c Flagstaff Arizona photos 21 276 today s weather Vur Iulg cloudiness today and thursday with fun afternoon and evening Thunder show ers in Hie Vicinity. Not much change in temperature. Wednesday August 10, 1355 demo sounds old Man theme on 2d term Overall Flag tax rate to Rise total figure at Williams tobes5.39 county again without rate an Over All increase of Between 25 Anil cents was seen today for taxpayers within the Flagstaff City limits As the Coconino county Board of supervisors adopted tax rates for the 1w5-56 fiscal year. The final Overall figure for Flag staff could not be computed As the City of Flagstaff budget has not attn. Finally adopted and the City s Rale will hot to officially adopted until next monday. The major portion of whatever increase results will be the result of the 45 cent boost in the state tax rate which went from 80 cents per valuation to per for the 12th year in a Row there will be no general county in addition to the atty and slate rites taxpayers within the City limits pay tiie Flagstaff school District rate which will total for the coming year an increase of about 10 cents per the Overall rate at Williams will be including the j1.25 rate a. ?1.83 District rate Wilbur in rite. Williamj Schopi spire5 a town j continued on Page 8 Cobbler stops at new York if _ Shoemaker Gino Prato still accustomed to following his father s advice at the Ace of 55 has taken his and Given up on the a Cable from papa Prato in Italy advised Stop where you Are. That s enough this Way. Regards and that s what the Bronx coh Ner with the pleasing ways and amazing operatic lore did Tuen Day night. Before a jammed studio and a vast television audience Prato took a Check for the he had won so far. He translated the Cable from his father and said because i Tike my daddy s and vie All my life i Ato paid he received the Cable in his 82-year-old father this if in the midst of a dilemma Over a deluge of do and Don to advice from Well wishers. No one yet has tried for the grand prize on the cd St Givi away show. Grouted state reads in us Washington we the federa government has apportioned in Aid Money to Arizona for Highway work in the 1956-57 fiscal year. The stale will receive for primary highways for secondary for Urban and for interstate. In Connie s e. L. Foster left of Chattanooga tenn., and his Crew leave their plane at Jackson Ville fla., naval air station after reconnaissance flight into Hurricane the 11-Man Crew flew a Navy p2v Neptune at Low level into the Eye Connie threatens Inland movement prep All Star squads arrive for workouts Cage Grid tilts slated next week All Star High school football and irk Dball players from throughout the Lule have arrived in Flagstaff to begin workouts for Ilie or Venlo Nam Iii All Arizona null Star games aug. 19 and 20. The games come us .1 Climax to to the week Long coaching school opening sunday at the Colloy. The school is conducted by the Arizona stale coat Hus association in con Junction with the College my the town jacks sports Booster group. Jark Mitchell now head football coach for Arkansas University and Pete Newell head basketball men Tor us the i Jet Hersity of California will head the clinic which will at tract Many High school and College couches from throughout the e. F. Jiggs Insley. Ask ath Letic director in charge of the clinic announced today the entertain Washington w Secretary ment schedule fur the nil stars Anil of Siiter Dulles appealed to South this group if a Antii nos won1 by on urn Ili Irvng the sri Cintli in Arthurn Duru i for sch ii lion l Rit Lay und us tin group will give in of chair ski sin in inc ing during saturday night s i Stiv Jil in tin Iutin is al j a Star Isar Rhu iils is caller unit or urge in Luly to Sun us Ciolk Rimi Ivy the Dulles appeals to koreans to end anti red violence Hatteras n. C. Hurricane Connie swirled off the car Olina coast wednesday her 135 mile winds threatening another mighty blow at an area still lick ing wounds of last year s disastrous Hazel. The big storm was almost stationary about 225 Miles Southeast of Wilmington. N. C. But the weather Bureau reported serous Hurricane was expected to move North Northwest or North set As crash Cost a Fedlam al District court jury has awarded damages totalling is Ijiro a result of an Accident that took inc lives of an Oakland calif., couple near Here july 10, 1954. Flagstaff attorney h. Karpman gum filed tile ease on behalf of the estates of or. And mrs. Herb Ert Sanders victims of the crash. Defendants were Gilhert Ripka. Kewanee Iii., Driver of a Wilson Brothers trucking co. Truck which crashed with the Sanders vehicle and the trucking firm. Llan Suin said that the crash left the four children of the Sanders orphaned the Sci dict Ivas reached Iron Day at Prescott. The Case was originally filed in Coconino county Superior court Here but was transferred to Federal court for trial. The damages awarded included because of the death of Sanders 46, because of the death of his wife Delphia 39. Ater in tic Day. This would Brinser the destructive kinds ashore probably Early wednesday night Between that port Ity and this Atlantic outpost on North Carolina s outer Banks. The entire Eastern Seaboard Memering three 19w hurricanes which killed More than 250 persons rat caused upward of 1w billion dollars damage kept a watchful be on Connie a Progress indications were that Connie Raul hit not far hum the Point Hazel came to land last oct 15 o sweep northward through the Ica Vily populated East Clear to Canada. Most hurricanes blow he selves oui shortly after they each land. But after Hazel chances were being taken. City al toted by us for Airport paving the City of Flagstaff been rated under the fiscal Federal Ain Wrt pro Sev Barry add water and rep Stewart Udah have reported to the Sun. Flag Taffs allocation would be matched with City fun Dir on a co Federal 40 percent City feta for another paring project i on the Airport a runway it explained. 1 c. T. Pulliam City clerk said that the City Haa not been notified of the. Apoc atom but. That City of Fidall planned to make the cloy n in share available for the work if 1 t al to wisc amt runway paving can be completed next sum. Mer. Pulliam said that Cost of completion of the paving a been estimated at around which would make an addition a Federal allocation of around necessary. Such additional Grants Are some tree made available upon application of the Airport sponsor ing Agency in this Case the City it explained. The allocation is a part of fed eral Matching funds of j20 allotted tuesday. An additional More will be allotted in the nex three months and million Dur ing each of the next three Fisca years coaches while Hoy Arre Here Flagstaff. Included in the schedule of events arc. For swimming Steak Fries and u party fur coaches. Thursday Moi a. No at the College gymnasium Jack ets will be Given and coaches during a welcoming As Sembly starting at 9 o clock. Or. Acey a. Eastburn of the College ill officially Welcome the players and tic Assembly is open to the Public. Governor Ernest w. Mcfan Elaml will present most valuable player awards at completion of the All Star football game saturday aug. 20, it skid More Field. Other instructors to Aid with the clinic include Steve Carson. Irack Phoenix Union High school Korea wednesday to exercise patience and avoid violent action in to crust truce supervisors. Dill los Asci cd Art it news states intends obligation to Mcm Bei a who include communist czechs and polos. South koreans have staged Vio Lent demonstrations against the truce teams in which a number of Ami mean have been injury cil none seriously. Koi sin presi Dent Ryng Niau race Lias demanded that i hey get out of Iris country. Dulles n Greet with South korean charges that these reds arc Little maid than spies but Flag la nine out of meet South koreans continue riots iliac a Hundred i. Shouting koreans in Noring a no Hopes Tell additional Snake Domce dates hopi Indian Snake dances will be per orc i 2tt al Mishongnovi ill aus 26 or 27 at Walpi the rib has announced. An Auto caravan will be guided the villages from wins love on the Days of the dance by the win slow chamber of Commerce. The chamber also will provide Char Rcd bus service. , special problems of foot Ball scouting ask at Tempo and Art Dickinson Jack Cramer and Kickapoo i Ogan All Well known known trainers. Friday the class a cagers Are pitted against the a by Basket mailers. Coaches for the a squad include de isms. Phoenix Union continued on Page 8 heart attack claims victim of Bee swarm Mcfarland visitor at Stevenson farm Iii. Gov. Ernest w. Mcfarland of Alzona and inv. Tohn f. Simms of new Mexico were among visitors at the farm of Adlai s even son he re tuesday the two governors Are attending the 47lh governors conference at Chicago. Simms called on Steven son 1052 democratic presidential candidate in the morning. Farland dropped in during the afternoon. Street Sovare dance tonight a invited the mountaineers wish to remind All Square dancers of the free Square dance tonight wednesday at 8 . The dancers will Square i hair sets on Aspen Street in front of bakery. E. G. Doc Williams and rus sell Sparky Sparks will furnish the music and the caller casting will be in the hands of c. C. Buster Thornton and Reuben Lomay Esva. This is a warm up affair for the seventh annual Square dance fest Ival which gets underway Here Fri Day night at 8 o clock at the High school memorial gymnasium. Violence edict by their her Sidoti stormed the causeway to Wolnik Island again Bill utto turned Back by u. S. Man Ning tear Gas and fire . Hie. Continuing. South Korea s Campaign to drive out communist Mcmoil is of inspection teams Lirose up quickly before the determined sold i stand.1 Indian lease Bill signed by president it. Calif. Davie president Eisenhower has Siu Ruil k. Wright of Pula Lima died of a he Bill making it Pussy hic for in heart attack tuesday while trying escape from a swarm of angry Beds. Wright 5-1, was Clearing a right of Way for the Pacific Telephone Telegraph co. He hacked into the bees Nesi said Dep. Coroner Norman Cook. Diane to lease lands for 25-year periods with an option to for 25 years sen. Liany Gokl Walum said today. The measure was introduced i sen. Goltl water Anil passed at the recently ended congressional preliminary tinkle new High school Junior High pupils Register next week a preliminary tinkle of Flag staff s school Bells sounded today As registration details were announced for new students of the Junior and senior High school level. All new senior High school Stu dents covering grades nine 10, 11, and 12, will Register next week monday through Friday at the registrar s office in the new High school building formerly the Thomas school building. Seventh and eighth Grade Stu dents who did not attend school Here last year Are also to Register next week at the Junior High Sthool office in the old High school building. Information regarding Grade school pupils will be announced later. On monday aug. 22, . . Freshmen Are to textbooks activity tickets pay Towel and locker key All sophomores will buy textbooks etc., on tuesday 23 Junior and senior students to buy on wednesday aug 24 the tentative amount of Mone needed for All freshmen soph mores juniors and seniors is As of lows textbooks key Deposit boys 50-Cen activity ticket and Low fee s2.00 per year. Seniors out of sports ?1.00 per sport. Students May buy second Nan books from the Bookstore al Ahou two thirds the Cost of new Book or they May Purchase them fro other students. All seventh Grade students r port to the Junior High Principa Hill Redman on monday aug. 2 in the Junior High office of the old High school building Anil eighth Grade students on tue Day aug. 23, for checkup program fio tinned in pare s up or in of Koi a Dulles also rejected in response to . The whole Disi of try ing to unify Korea or any Oiler divided nation in by Dulles old tic p ancestor revived for rail Celebration Hac Ramunto in the Savra Tirento Valley Railroad lived Iraln tuesday resurrected for i Horn s to Mark the 100th Lui ohday of Western railroading. In Gold i Uji rays. The so Lull s Diamond stacked locomotives rolled along 23 Miles in tween Sacramento s riverboat a in rvs and inc foot Hill town of Folsom Supply r Mother lode Gold Fields. Tuesday the old locomotive cur ried not Ore and Burly miners but a fall Cir full of Nuar Trillo dancers. Tic birthday parly was sponsored by the Southern Pacific whose vast Western rail Empire i Civ from the modest big innings of the Vrr. Swiss method of logging in rough areas undergoing test experiments method Hoover celebrating 81 St birthday today Oft. To Liis til Lemic Etc Valley Lawn wednesday helped Heroit Law Ivy his 81st Blu indy. 11 Oovi r Coines to Newburg where he lived t possible Lolo other Wise inaccessible places Are among current of die Forest service s Rock Mountain Forest and i Lanfri Experiment Lalion at fort Coll Iii colo., Lincoln a. Mueller head of utilization work at the station said hero tuesday. Mueller and James a. Egan of Tion As a National Lac collage which was his Home the former president Spry land fashionable in a new Straw that. Arrived by. Pean in 30 Miles South of Here tuesday eve Ning. He was is hours ahead of schedule bet aus he wanted to gel plenty of rat tar the Day. At Albuquerque were in Lac City Visi i ing local Forest offices including the fun Gruff Branch of the Experiment station Edward m. Gaines is in charge of local operations of the station Wilh offices on the College Campus. Mueller said that the method being tested is one developed Many years ago by the company a Swiss firm and in use for Sev eral years in Europe the Rne Hod includes use of a Long Skyline Crane which makes it possible to logs tit where trac tors cannot of cml. The Mcl howl makes it possible to extend areas of logging operations and also pro Vides a Means of additional Protection for watershed values in areas of rough terrain Mueller explained. Another advantage is that it cuts the amount of Road building necessary for the Crane method can be used to log an area a mile and a half Long and 500 feet wide without moving Crane. There is Virtu ally no limit to the a Teennen of the in which the operation is feasible

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