Sun-Advertiser from Yuma, Arizona on April 6, 1950 · Page 1
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Highest last 24 hours »3 Lowest lut 24 hours 62 Average high this date 83 Average low this date 53 Relative humidity at 11 a.m. 21% -ADVERTISER SUCCESSOt TO THE YUMA WEEKLY SUN AND TK YUMA EXAIKfttt Forecast to Friday Mfcfct: Va*i- abie high cloudiitea* tali aft«- nooii. tonight and Friday. Btiffet- ly cooler Friday. Locally windy tonight and occaaaraully Friday. VOLUME T*Uph*M ill w Mt YUMA. ARIZONA. THURSDAY. APRIL 4. If SO Cant* · C*py New Officers of Yuma Elks Lodge Are Installed NUMKK 11 Lattimore Tells Solons He's Not A Russian Spy · ~ : *1 . ^ · Dulles To Assist Acheson Accepts Post As Consultant · WASHINGTON, April 6--(U.B-- Republican statesman John Foster Dulles has agreed to serve as a consultant to Secretary of State Dean Acheson, the State Department announced today. .» Department Spokesman Michael W J. McDermott said that · Dulles at the request of President TrU- man and Acheson agreed to accept the job. McDermott said Dulles would advise Achdson "on broad problems in the field of foreign affairs and on specific lines of action at which 'this government should follow." · . To Heal Breach Dulles' appointment was anoth- · er move by the Administration to close the breach with the Republican Party on the bipartisan foreign policy issue. McDermott said Dulles' work would not be confined to any specific area of the · world. He said Dulles' ''broad background and wealth of experience". qualified him to consider "problems in Europe, the Far East and other areas of the world" as well as United Nations issues. The announcement concluded that Dulles "whose cooperation has been extremely valuable' to the department in the past will assume his duties in about two weeks after completing a brief vacation." ,Jam.-8 B. McLay was chief installing officer at Yuma Elks lodge last night when the officers shown above, headed by Exalted Ruler H. Ratliff (front row, center), were installed. Pictured, left to right, front row, are: Charles Cargo, tiler; Roy Williams, chaplain; K. V. Crowder, trustee; H. Ratliff, exalted ruler; Gene Savage, organist; Charles Cochran, inner guard; Albin Wadin, leading knight; top row: Ira Whiting, secretary; Ersel Byrd, alternate to grand lodge; Lylc Novis, loyal knight; Jack Wlnn, lecturing knight; Norman Bann, trustee; L. C. Dingee*, treasurer; and Mulford Winsor, Jr.. esquire. Installing officers included U. L. Bnker, Norman Bann, Ersel Byrd, jsaac Polhamu.s, T. B. Watson, Paul Lipscomb, E, G. Lawicr, Henry Column, Norman Adair, O. R, McPherson and A, N. Kelley. Crowder, immediate past exalted -ruler, received a five-piece set of matched luggage from the trustees as a token of appreciation for his services to the order during the past year. (Photo by Emil). BULLETINS! OPORTO, Portugal, April « --!U.R!--Aulhorltlm reported today I hut ul. lra.nl IB . penuiu* drowned and another 40 Ui 60 an- miming in UK, sinking of a heavilj -I n a d e d ferrj Ixwt In the Duro river. The boat, the For. do Souna, r-»p«ired and sank last · night while carrying passengers from downtown Oporto tu the sub- urh of Crcstumn. Many of those aboard, were women shoppers. KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 6 (U.Rf-- Emergency police maintained a midnight-t:-dawn pat- roj today at the Rupert Die Casting Plant, where a striking worker «as crushed to death yesterday under 11 truck loaded with materials. George Keath, 28, driver of the truck, said h« did nut see the victim, Lcland Martin, Independence, Mo. The sheriff's office s a i d charges would b- filed against Keath. WASHINGTON, April K--(U.R) --The HoiMe today unanimously approved undWnt to the Senate the compromise noiiiing b i l l . Senate.awr*vU of the.measure. to expected' next-week:: Chairman Brent Sprnce, n., Ky., got House approval iif the measure shortly before t h e House started a 10-day Easier recess. Arthur Quam, 49, S. P. Engineer *Dies Suddenly A r t h u r Quam. 'ID year old Southern Pacific locomotive engineer, died suddenly at his home nt 001 -li.il uvciiuo Wednesday afternoon. Friends may call at the Johnson chapel Friday between 1 and n p.m. Tile, remains will be shipped to F,l Paso, Texas for burial Friday evening. Horn October 23, 1900 at Hcn- l drum. Minnesota. Quam had resided in Yuma for the past five years. He was a. member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive En- ginoersi. Surviving are widow. Estlier of Yuma: his father, Martin Quam of Hendrum. 'Minnesota: two brothers. Albert of Whilefish. Montana, and John of Hcndrum: four sisters, Mrs. Erline Holland of Hendrum, Mrs. Nels Ekanger of Wcstfir, Oregon: Mrs. R, H. Rcirson of Fargo.. North Dakota. ' Hiid Amanda Quam of Montana. OVER HOLLYWOOD, April 6 (U.R)-- Mr. and Mrs. Olto Michel lost r.uslody today «f their foster daughter Lor'a Lee Michel because a judge decided the nim- vrar nld actress ncrded a new environment to make her a normal chilli. After n brief hearing in Juv- rtiile Hall Superior Judg! A. A. Scot! made l.ora I,ro a ward nf this court. He, said she \vnulil h« placed with a well-adjusted family to give her a normal home life. FRESNO, Cnl., April C, (U.R)-- The. liny body of Kenneth J'rcs- ton, 4, was found today, a lit- tlc more than a mile fr-un the spot, where his identical twin, ·Jimmy, -Jr., pushed him Into nn icy irrigation canal, the coroner's office reported. J I m m y, unaware he. had drowned his brother, tolil his [Kircnts he pushed Kenneth into the canal last nig.it "ami his head went under." " S u r e , It was accidental death," Coroner L. It. Webb sii id. RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, April 6 (U.R)--A train crowded with Easter holiday travelers plunged Into the Tangua river northeast of Rio De Janeiro early today when a brklgc collapsed. By mid-morning, IS dead and 40 injured hud been taken from the wreckage, the sheriff of Tangua Village reported. OVIEDO, Spain, April fl--(U.R) --Police reported that at least 15 persons were' killed and 60 Injured today when a Madrld- Gljon express train broke In two and three cars plunged 20 feet into a gorge. The accident occurred while the train roared around a sharp curve, between Tola de lA'iia and Mjo, IT miles from Oviedu. It. was crowded with workers and holiday-bound passengers. Border Patrol Plans Open House Friday, 1-4 P.M. The nc\v Immigration Bordci Patrol building at 350 1st struct Vuma, will be open to public inspection tomorrow '(Friday) from 1 to 4 p.m., it was announced day by Clarence P. Graham, patrol inspector in charge. The public i.s cordially-invited to visit the newly completed structure. Graham said. The one-story stucco frame structure contains a dormitory for bachelor officers, patrol room, two offices and an alien detention room. Kansas City Democratic Boss Slain Gunman Also Kills His Lieutenant · K A N S A S CITY, Mo., April 6 (U.R--Charles Binaggio, Democratic boss who unseated the old Pendergast machine in this city's river wards, was shot to death today, along with 1 hoodlum Charles Gargotta, his top 'lieuUnant,' in Binaggio's clubrpoms on Truman .road. .. ' ....,-· ·;';. . ; · ' ·;'·' Each mari had been, shot four times. All but'one of, the eight wqiuids;,one in the! back of Oar- pitt'aV-heclr; were pb*va«r hurried nnd police said the shots'had been 'Ired from six to 12 inch range. 3f fleers said they .believed 'the tiller, or killers, we're-."well acquainted" with the victims. : Binagglo, 43, became a power in the city's political setup i n ' a dramatic bid for power four years ago when he blasted the remnants of the once mighty Penderg-ast machine from control'of.the deliverable vote wards. '.' A Top "Mobster Gargotta,' 51, .recently was described by a special U.'S. assist- Mrs. Rupp Leaves $5900 For Children Bulk of Estate In Endowmtnt Fund The children of Yuma were remembered In the will of Mm. Roscoe K. Rupp, who died at Yunm General hospital Sundav, March 26. . In her will, which was filed for probate this week, she leaves $5,000 to the department of parks and recreation, city of Yuma, for the purchase of playground equipment. And the crippled children of Arizona were likewise remembered. Mrs. Rupp, who had lived in Yuma 30 years, left another $5,000 to the crippled children's division of the stale welfare department. KIIIM! I'riivlded For And in another part of the will, Mrs. Rupp requested that an endowment fund be established with the greater 'portion of her estate, to be known as the Roscoc F Rupp and Alta E. Rupp Endowment Fund. Half the proceeds from this fund will go to the Shrlner's Hospital for Crippled Children located In San Francisco. The other half of the net income from the fund will be given to the California Metabolic Research Foundation In Los Angeles, where research on cancer is carried on. Mrs. Rupp's late husband, Ros coc, died In the summer of 1918 'following a - l o n g illness. They had no children of their own. Mrs. To Relatives Rupp also left sums of money to Mr. Rupp's mother, living in Pennsylvania; to her sis- close friend In Laguna Beach California. Bulk of the estate will go into the trust fund. ' The First National Bank of Arizona is given administration of the trust fund. Amount of the fund will not be determined unti , after appraisal is made and estate ant 'attorney general? as one. of taxes and other expenses are Says Charges Of McCarthy 'Base Lies' H»l So HM StMotor WASHINGTON, April . ...... Owen Lattimore iwore firmly under oath today 'that he la not and never haa b«n a Ruatian apjr or a Communiat, and that ton. Joseph R. McCarthy U a "willing tool" of a Chine** National!*! 'lobby." I have never conacloudy or deliberately advocated or participated In promoting · UMI cam* of communlim anywhere In Uw world." He called McCarthy'* ' charge! "baae and contemptible lie»." And, Lattimon aald,. h« U thinking of bringing lib*) or slander action agalrut th« Wt»- conain senator whoM charge* thus far have been made on the Senate floor. . . ... . . Caarf e* Repeated Only a few hour, before -the committee McCarthy gain repeated his charge* against the profeanor--that he la a Soviet »py. McCarthy renewed the attack In ft Senate speech during the extraordinary aesilon early thl* morning. During the po*t-irild- nlght Muion two Republicans urged the Administration to. Join the GOP ( h a drive' to prevent Communist spiei from'infiltrating the government. - They endoned a propoiil that Pnatdtnt Trmnmn appoint a blpartlaan commlMlpn to Investigate McCarthy'* claim*; the Far EaiUrn expert -made . .i\ AB TM^S«:i'.*K!.!-, ! «..S»r which a.rcjugi. must bejn.^. ^l^dgSloS^*^ ognized DP camp to be eligible Russia's "top 5 'e«nlb'naife'''a*«nt-" (·,,.. n _ i _ . . !,,»._ *u - ·»·_ I A _ - J P.I.-i . i _ . . . f . ·. , «M. . ·* "·.'"· · DENIES SPY CHARGE-0*en Lattimore (center), expert on Pat Eastern affairs who hu been nccused by Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy of being a "top Soviet spy" In the U, Sl»te Department, tell; rt- porters the charges are "pure hokum" during brief stop at Roma, m route from Afghanistan to the U. a Bill Liberalizing DP Act Finally Sets Senate CXK. , . -T h e Administration -jubilantly ' the "top mobsters in Kansas City." . . ; .'.. . Police first ·'·'believed each man had been shot only once. "Morgue examination; ·hoover; ..revealed Binaggio wa-i.shoj iri'the fpreh'cad, twice in the'-left temple and once in the nec'k. Gargotta was shot In the back of the neck from long range and then three times close together, from the left eye to the. left ear. Officers said Binaggio was shot first and then the shot in tho neck apparently felled Gargotta as he ran for the door. Man Hurt As Car, Truck Collide Information concerning- the condition of J. L. Oberly of 907 6th avenue, who was injured in a two car collision Wednesday, was not available this morning hut it was ^Jj" believed he suffered several broken 1'i.b.s. Oberly was rendered ous in a crash with a Harvesting Company truck There, arc 11 stationed here. patrol inspectors Woman Says She Gave Birth to Son Unknowingly IN HONOR OF THOSE WHODito FOR AMERICA Plan Services For F. C. Aguilar Friday at 10 and trailer on 8th street between 5th and 6Ui avenues. According to investigating officers' report, Oberly cut his 1036 Chevrolet sedan across the highway into the path of tlie truck and trailer, driven by Jack Holt of 2035 Maple avenue. Oberly was rushed to the Yuma General" hospital by ambulance. Tho. hospital was unable to f u r - nish any i n f o r m a t i o n on the man's condition physician wns questioning. this morning not and his paid. First National Bank also is executor under the will. Pilot Makes Skillful Belly Landing; Three Aboard Are Unhurt PHOENIX, April G -- (U.R) -- A veteran pilot was credited today with making H skillful belly land- i n g ' a f t e r the landing gear of his Eeechcraft Bonanza became stuck over Sky Harbor Airr/ort. The pilot, Jim Cox, 37-year-old Payson hotelnmn, and his two passengers, Paul Varner, 45, Phoenix contractor, and his son Wallace, 10 escaped uninjured after the plane ground looped during the crash landing. Cox circled over Sky Harbor for two hours before he brought the plane down hefore hundreds of spectators. Two fire trucks stooc by, ready to douse a sudden blaze Cox estimated damage to the propullur and landing gear of the trim S7.000 craft at $1.000. "I felt like f a i n t i n g just before we set down." Varner declared as he stepped out of the plane. Cox said he was "worried sick about the boy." The youngster, who linri just completed his first air ride, said he was seared but "il was tun until we hit the ground." The trio was returning from Payson when the landing gear cnalked up a'major victory today with Senate passage 'of its liberalizing displaced persons bill. Sen. Harley M. Kilgore, D., W. Va., who sponsored the measure, promptly hailed ,it as a "good, workable bill." He 'predicted that Senate-House conferees w o u l d have little. trouble resolving minor differences between it and a bill the House approved last year. The Senate adopted Kilgore's measure on a 58 to 15 roll call near midnight last night after a ong, 13-hour session. There were 'ully 20 roll-call votes-- an all-tinic ·ecord -- in the. marathon cession. The previous high, 15 roll calls, was set last year during debate on the housing bill. Prbvntnnn of Bill . As finally apprbved, the Kilgore bill would: ' ';". · · · ' ' · ' 1. Raise the limit on the number of DP's sdmissable into the United States from the present 205,000 ceiling to 359,000. 2. E l i m i n a t e the present requirement that 30 per cent of the DP's list be farmers and 40 per cent must be from Baltic nations. 3. Extend from the Dec. 22, 1945 until Jan. 1, 194.9, the date on for entry Into the United States. I In,the United'State*,: a Comhiuh The House bill is generally glm- i«t, and "architect" df American ilar, but would admit only 3M,- policy failures in the Far Bant. 000 DP's. Lattlmnre Jerry Cannon Wins Ariz. FFA Speech Title toM the Foreign Relation* Sufcowaorit- tee that McCarthy Is the "dope of a hitter arid Imptaathio awl fanatical group" dmaadlBg complete rapport of the '»!- new Nationalist Goveraineatii Formoiia. '. ' . , · ' . ·:. '-.'·' the 49-year-old wi»py.halred Johns Hopkins University professor stated that McCarthy (a "guilty" of conduct unbecoming a U. S. .senator. Lattimore laid'Mc- Carthy had made use of : ''the pro- poganda of ;the so-called China Yuma Boy, 7, Drowns In Island Lake A group of divers left Y u m a this morning to make an attempt at retrieving the body of Gerry L. Williams, age seven, who drowned in Island Lake, nbout available f o r ' j a m m e d as Cox came in for landing at the local airport. seven miles up the river from Wednesday after- Marline'/. Lak noon. Although few details Rosary for Francisco C. Aguilar, age T;5. will be held in the OROV1LLE, Ca!.. April 6 - (U.R)' chapel nf the Johnson Mortuary --Mrs. J. O. Chapman and the Thursday s.t 8 p.m. A wake will son she gave birth to unknowing-! follow until 11 p.m. ly Sunday night, were "doing' Aguilar. a resident of Yuma fine" Dr. Charles E. Griggs said for the past 28 years, died at the today. | Yuma General hospital .Wcdnes- of I h e accident were available t h i s morning, officers said that tho youngster was the son of Mr. and Nlrs. H. U Williams of 1SIH Ot.h nveiiue. Ho reportedly walked off a sandbar in the lake into deep water and drowned. America public speaking finals. Camion's triumph in the Phoe- of the Wisconsin Republican's charges: - . , . : "I am not and never have been - *· H I , I n u t Ollu I l l ^ v c l l l t l v c U C C I l mx contest last night makes him a member of the Communist Par- eligible to enter the regional contest of 11 western states at Colorado Springs, Colo., May 6. ty. I have never been affiliated or associated with the Communist Party. I have never believed Parrel! Craig, 15, Safford, was in the principles of communism second In the state contest and nor subscribed to nor advocated Melvm Ashmore. 16,' of Casa the Communist or Soviet form of irandc was third. Vinnell Submits Low Bid For Wellton Overpass PHOENIX, April 6--(U.R)-The Vinnell Construction Co.. Phoenix, entered a low bid of S292.762 today on construction of a reinforced concrete overpass and approaches near Wellton on the Yiima-Phocnix highway. Thirteen bids were received. The Stale Highway Commission meets here tomorrow to consider the bids and award a contract. Tile work which is located nboul i y miles west of Wellton. called for the removal of the existing- overpass and construction of a new one. including the grading and draining of about three miles of approach highway. The job is to bo completed by Jan :», l!ol. government either within the United States, in China, in the far East, or anywhere else in the. world." Lattimore charged that . McCarthy has launched "a reign of terror," by "machine gun" attacks on government employes: has impaired U. S. foreign policy by making it "the laughing stock" of Communists, and used secret documents without authority obtained from official files. BULLETIN! I.OS ANUfJLKS, April 6--(U.R) --Harry Gordon, 50, a waiter, babbled Incoherently to police today that he strangled red- haired waitress Ilallic, Oswald. S!), whose, nude, bruised body, with messages scribbled on her chest and hack, was found in a downtown hotel room. "I killed her because, I loved her," Gordon sobbed In nn alcoholic haz.e »t General hospital. "I wrapped a towel around her neck and squeezed it tightly." my child move. J and there he was.' laborer husi- THE EASTER STORY Jesus Is Mocked heard a cry "·"""".'" the construction h · · i ness prior to his illness. ,. . ' Surviving arc tile wife. Eva:! Mrs. C h a p m a n _ s a i d she felt n o ] Uvo snns- i lobcrt nntl £ rncsl . f o u r pain She said she got up. wrap- daughters. Aurora. Amelia. Adcv pccl the child in a mnckmaw. left l i n a an( , Kmma . ni , ot Y ,,ma: and a note for her husband, and walk-| three brothers and one sister, lived a mile for medical help. ms , in Moxjr.o Dr. Grifigs said the child was Friends will meet nt the .lohn- a month and n half premature.' son chapel at 9:30 a.m. Friday He commented there were cases and proceed to the Immaculate on record of birth without pain. Conception church for .services but added .that a birth without at 10 o'clock. Interment will be the mother's awareness w a s i i n the Catholic section of the "mnst unusual." I Yuma cemetery. | Pilate thereupon released Borot- bat and scourged Jesus and dc- liTCrcd Him la be c r u c i f i e d . Tnftine, wettr te waiM hit honds OtrWt fM pVO^C, JOyNVD.' I 0W MMCVn OT int Bfoatf Of fws fttt mm; hokjttnit. (Matt. 77.24) Then the? garbed Jewi in Hn awn ctarhei tut forced Hi* Calrory, carrying M« cw»». fc* its weigltt »·» !»· MKk. Oof, they 'ownv fl flWff 9* tyrwc^ ffwww jfflWHJ ww BB^. foke up Ms cro». fMfltt. Hit xldien ttrieotd J«un and ant a x«rlct dook on Him. They crowned Him with thorns ond for g xtotrt out · rwd M hit k«nd. Am* bowing (Ac kntt before him, (her morterf him, soring: Htil, kinj «f tht Jtmi. (Mott. ?7:W)

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