Independent from Long Beach, California on April 6, 1962 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

Long Beach, California
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Friday, April 6, 1962
Page 10
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Pagt A-IO-INDEPENDENT «*·· ··"*· «·"· """· *"" *· "" Kuchel Asks More ___ ' * ' · Federal School Aid By BILL SUM.NTR ·I Th» ludlimdinri ·»«··· WASHINGTON-- The Senate was urged Thursday to appropriate $23 million immediately for aid to Impacted' school districts to avoid "short-chanc'ins American children! and heavily burdened taxpayers." 1 Sen. Thomas 11. Kuchel, R-Calif., said the $285. million appropriated would penalize every state. California by $2.6 million, and that the $15.7 million in deficiency funds , passed by the House Wcdncs- day was not cnouph. He said Caifornia. with the largest number of pupils from change the basic law. not to federally connected families, will be the hardest-hit state il the additional money is not forthcoming. · · ·THE CONGRESS cannot overlook the fact," he said, "that school districts following our extension of the law last, year made their plans and formulated their budgets with rightful expectation the federal government w o u l d keep its word." He noted that Congress had Army Plan for Guard Under Fire WASHINGTON /D -- The first loud rumblings were heard Thursday in the ex- pectcd battle over the Army's plan to break up eight battle- proud National Guard and Reserve Infantry divisions. The President of the National Guard association, retired Maj. Gen. William II. Harrison, protested that the plan would reduce rather than Increase the readiness of the Army's backup forces. · · · · GOV. NORMAN ERUE of Iowa expressed shock and ordered telegrams sent to his state's congressional delegation and President Kennedy opposing any plan In disband the 34th Infantry Division of the Iowa-Nebraska National Guard. Gov. Frank B. Morrison of Nebraska said ho had comment on the plan. Gov. John M. Dalluu nt extended the law last year "in simple justice to hard- p r e s s e d , overburdened districts and said that if thc!| administration wants to end the assistance program "the honest the truly American way is to renew efforts rob our children." Kuchel said the number of federally connected families was growing steadily and "to ignore the basic fact that IOGI estimates have been exceeded and to decline blithely to request funds necessary to discharge an obligation is, in my view, unconscionable as well as tragic." · · * · HE VOICED regret that no broad school-aid legislation had been adopted and said: "I deplore the inability of sincere, determined citizens to reach a g r e e m e n t on a sound, equitable plan to avert tragic neglect of the growing generations who are being short-changed in the form of over - crowding. Inadequate attention, part-time sessions and insufficient facilities." Missouri said he hail written Kennedy protesting his state's possihlc loss nf 21! units and .1,000 men as p.irt of the :i. r th I n f a n t r y Kansas-Mi; guard division. Britain Told Reds Peril Security LONDON Ml -- An official r e p o r t published Thursday said Communists have heavily infiltrated the British Civil Service, bringing a b o u t a stale of affairs "most dangerous to security." This finding was the high- ight of 22,000-word document produced by a five-man committee appointed to In- estigate British security procedures. under the chairmanship of Lord Radcliffe. The report was submitted I to the government last Nov.;| 21 but -- as Prime Minister' Macmillan I n f o r m e d the I House of Commons Thursday t -- was held up for extensive ;[ blue-penciling. Macmillan said the version I now maile public "contains as | much of the report as. in the government's i s a f c l y b e judgment, can published." BUILEeS' BARGAINS THIS WEEK'S SUPER SPECIALS! '/4 1 ' ALxfl' FIR PLYWOOD ·flnn 1* ALCOA ALUMINUM ROOF SHEETS 1 69 029 ca. 8' . . 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