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Scottsdale Daily Progress (Newspaper) - January 29, 1962, Scottsdale, Arizona t Needs Sense With Speed These are busy Demands on a person's time are greater than ever And so it is natural that like many may have neglected some of your Anxiety about loss of this reading time has flooded reading clinics with they want to learn how to read educators in this there is a More they speed is just one skill for reading One of these educators is Paul acting director of The Institute of New York He has exclusively for The Scottsdale Daily Progress a series of instructional articles on how to read your newspaper faster and with greater In this introductory he tells what to expect and not to expect - from reading improvement courses generally and this one in BY PAUL PANES * Acting The Reading New York University Article 1 HARDLY A DAY passes without a reminder to American public that it is sadly lacking in ability to read fast and In this modern world of robots and thinking we are told that our should Meeting 1 Tonight Residents and merchants will show tonight to $ test an application before the city and planning commission to rezone a Section of North Scottsdale Road to commercial so a car lot can be installed The area in question is between Safari Hotel and the Executive - The to put up a new and used car agency on the Residents of the including people for miles plan to appear to protest the zone the Progress was informed by Some dents protested had nothing of the proposed The Scottsdale Fashion Square Merchants Association has protested the proposed change by letter both to the zoning commission and to the city Individual members received letters stating the merchants had voted overwhelmingly against the proposed change at a meeting Jan The merchants letter read as feel that If the planned progress of North Scottsdale Road Is to continue an automobile greatly impair its - future outlook and ultimately reflect a detriment to the interests of the merchants and property owners in this If such a zoning request as presented is passed we feel you are opening the doors for others to The merchants said Quit a V negative by the board will set the best example for the future progress of the growing city of The commission is also scheduled to act tonight on a parcel of land which is not part of the plat of of Paradise to The third proposal on the agenda Is to grant to 60 acres on the southeast corner f of Hayden Road and Continental between the Motorola Plant and Green Acres Kuchel Attacks Birch Society WASHINGTON - Sen. Thomas H. said m Sunday that me right-wing John Birch Society followed me same ideological line as said in a radio-TV the John Birch such as pulling the United States wit of the United and proved bis r perform with precision comparable to the in dividing 547,953,248 by 2,395,464. it takes you more you are much too Perhaps this is a bit We do that today more emphasis is being placed on reading skills than ever rightly for the ability to read well can decidedly influence one's But what do we mean by reading Is it the same as reading Courses in often put the emphasis on the first word at the expense of the and from their adherents have come exaggerated claims of developing speeds up to 20,000 words a What we hope to cover in this and the ethers to follow deals with the troth about employed by reputable reading to make yon aware of reading skills that can help you improve your The be on a better reading of your daily c Suggestions made should not be considered as panaceas to These are best solved in reading improvement classes Page 2) Orbital Shot Set Thursday CAPE CANAVERAL Mercury officials geared today for another attempt on Thursday to send astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. on a flight The long and elaborate preparation was renewed Sunday after Glenn and his ground crew rested up from last week's effort that ended in postponement because of bad weather on Glenn spent an hour in his capsule as part of a six-hour rehearsal of a c astronaut Scott Carpenter also entered the spacecraft for a brief run Glenn was reported and he donned his silver-coated flight suit and climbed into the capsule at 4 Space agency officials said hiter that both the capsule and towering Atlas missile were out very m the preliminary The Thursday go-ahead was ordered by Mercury Operations Director Walter C. Williams after a project evaluation session daring the Glenn was on for would be as it was last between fan and 12:30 EST. This would allow for three recovery operation after completion of the orbital Here is the Friday through Si The 1 coupon and save it for this canbe purchased Mt the Scottsdale Road and ' Jaycee Rd. of Scottsdale of Scottsdale Feb. 2 3 p.m. Feb. 2 8 I Feb. 2 9 3 10 Feb. 8 2 Feb. 2 9 p.m. Feb. 4 2 Square Dance Square Dance Horse Drawn Parade Rodea Square Dance Rodeo Jaycee Rd. ARIZ ON HJ W bA f L Y N E 25c Per Week Par Copy JANUARY 29, 1962 Vol. 1 - 298 BEST BEARD Petersen won the best contest at the Parada Del Sol in preliminary tothe big Parada rodeo which will be held here from Friday through Held HE'S HAPPY - The number 1 pie eater of Scottsdale is Marshall SUva of 560'Pinta He ate V most pie at the Jaycee contest Nuclear Testing Talks Collapse Speaker Opposes Districts Speak er Tay Cook bluntly prom ised today there would be if Maricopa County supervisors gerrymandered the area to elect The Cochise Democrat's out and stand came in reaction to S report that the Maricopa County supervisors were preparing to redistrict the county to favor GOP legislators will be no county legislation if the supervisors go through with Cook what the Maricopa Democrats are and I'm with are not going to stand by and let one woman cuius he Tt 3 speaker referred to Maricopa Supervisor Ruth O'Neil a who - it was reported - was backing the Supervisor O'Neil faces a race for office this It has been rumored House Majority Leader might run against Cook's evaluation was Asked he thought was the reason for possible in Maricopa he 1 think it's pretty plain - in order to elect more In the an determined Clarence planned to with the bickering appropriations committee to urge them to get on with senate Carpenter said some members of the appropriations committee bad been the legislative process by refusing to take - at the point where we have Carpenter Tm going to find out the attitude of the We a job to and it's got The senator said the appropriations committee was a key He said he their work would have been completed l by now so that the members could turn to other senate it goes you're be Death Claims Harold Winter Resident Okla. Harold C. 73, a winter resident of Paradise Valley near died Sunday of an apparent attack in his who was active in youth work electrical welding on was born in D.C. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Funeral He built the renowned Price Tower here which was designed by Architect Frank Lloyd Price was a close friend of Wright and the architect designed the Price home here and the winter home near Price was graduated from the Colorado School of Mines and was an overseas veteran of World War L He started in the pipeline business here 40 years ago and was contractor on various key petroleum He brought the first Boys Club of America organization to Oklahoma and the first Little League baseball team in the A baseball park bere bears his Survivors include his Mary formerly of and two Harold C. Price Jr. and Joe Dudley both of Laos Rebels Near Capital Laos rebels dressed in black to within six miles of Nam Tha threatening the provincial capital from three Laotian Commander-in-Chief deployed his loyal troops for defense after determined rebel soldiers smashed through a vital east over the attack was expected ' Fresh reinforcements and four fighter planes were rushed In to counter the expected from Oe east and An uneasy quiet enveloped moat of the front U.S. military advisers said the letup probably the moving up mortars and ammunition for a final Kennedy Slate Is Heavy PALM Fla. Kennedy was scheduled to fly back to Washington today for a busy week which will include transmittal of three highly con messages to One will be aimed at the city two-thirds of the na will have important ramifications among Negro voters and southern law This is his plan for creation of a new urban affairs department which the President has said would be headed by Housing Administrator Robert C. who Would become the first Negro Cabinet This was expected to be sent to Congress along with another message which has the rural population in new agricultural program which Kennedy has said is designed to American farm problems for this - The third already a source of great will ask Congress to approve U.S. of half of a million long-term bond issue to finance United Nations operations in the This request also may go to the House and Senate Kennedy planned to depart with his wife and two children from Palm Beach in the early around 3, bis Air Force jet transport They have been bere since Thursday visiting the President's convalescing Kennedy the which will accompany the blueprint he will send Congress creation of a new urban affairs dept The message will set forth Kennedy's reasons for proposal In sending the reorganization the House and Kennedy will Invoke powers in a 1949 act for governmental changes Jo become effective within SO of transmittal unless either house casts a veto by majority Kennedy announced at his news conference Wednesday that he was resorting to House Rules by a 9-6 vote blocked onj legislation to set up tha department GENEVA 3-year-old East-West conference on a nuclear test ban broke up today in total Chief Soviet delegate Semyon K. issued a prepared statement to newsmen as he left the conference a marathon two-hour and 20-minute session of the talks this is he more The West has wrecked the There is no in staying here any There was no immediate comment from American delegate Charles C. Stelle or Britain's Michael Wright as they walked grave-faced from the conference The United States had asked during today's meeting that the talks be since there was no common ground on which they could Stelle said during the session that the Soviets were shedding over the resumption of nuclear testing by the United He the Soviets conveniently forget that they have it in their power to bring about a cessation of all weapon tests at an early He called on repudiation of all the agreed ar tides a test ban and treaty Stelle said that we like it not the negotiations in fact in a state of Stelle said the United States was prepared to go on working for a nuclear test ban through diplomatic channels or Thieves Enter Local Church Thieves broke into Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Thursday night and took in The thieves are believed to be the same gang that has-been victimizing churches around Maricopa There were recent breakins in Phoenix and The taken was mostly from coins deposited in racks Scottsdale police are working on the Death Claims Fritz Kreisler NEW YORK - Frits one ef the world's violinists and a composer ef several ef its violin died at the of Medical He would have been tt ant Kreisler entered the hospital Jan. U for treatment of an undisclosed through informal contacts in - Representatives of the American delegation will remain he respond to any formal approaches which the Soviet government or delegation may make to work out this Stelle said the United proposes that this conference recess immediately until a common basis for negotiations can be either at the forthcoming meetings of the 18-nation Disarmament through diplomatic through informal contacts among delegations at Scottsdale police today breaking up an auto theft ring of youths who looted cars when they were brought in for repair to a local business The three whose ages ranged from 17 to 20, were arrested and to the series of looting after the proprietor of the car repair business reported to police that a customer had told transistor radio had been taken from inside his The detective division of the Scottsdale police np the complaint Interrogating employees of the car repair As a result Of the arrested a 17-year-old juvenile who is said to have been the leader of the He was charged with grand theft pending action by juvenile The other two arrested were identified by Frank 20|, charged with being an and Gilbert Ortiz 18. All three youths live in Police said all three have admitted taking part in the car The 17-year-old is a parolee from the Fort Grant detention Some of the loot found oh the persons of the Police said the loot included knives and a roll of quarters to Police also found field additional money and several other transistor and portable radios at the homes of of the Other items reported sold by juveniles included radios and number Scottsdale police said that residents here who found objects their personally to identify their Police said the thefts bad going on for several All the thefts took place by the youths at their place of employment There seemed little likelihood of the Asked if he was going hack to at What is the use of staying The Soviets had set off a series of nuclear tests in the atmosphere last September despite The United States followed by resuming underground Ranger Fails In Try To Get Moon Pictures GOLDSTONE TRACKING Calif. - America's Ranger III space probe failed on two counts over the It missed the moon by nearly 23,000 and then was to relay any usable pictures of the moon back to The grotesque space launched from Cape Canaveral on was supposed to have hit the moon But its Atlas booster pushed Jt a little too fast to the lunar body at the appointed Scientists mat the 727-pound instrument package would take pictures of the moon's surface as it swung by toward an orbit around the sun. an important system failed to operate properly and the information transmitted to earth was rendered Spokesmen for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of California Institute of Technology said there was little hope now that data received from the spacecraft would be of Ranger B3 joins two other space packages in its orbit around thj sun. Pioneers IV and which were launched in 1959, and 1980, Also in solar orbit are two Soviet H. or id 1959, a fired in 1961.\ ' v will travel the sun Ance every 40S.4 Dixie Snow Up To Foot By United Press International A topsy-turvy winter left or more of snow in Dixie today while northern plains enjoyed Temperatures in the 80s sent southern Californians flocking to the beaches to cool off. New England and up-state New York had At the temperature dipped to 15 below zero early Flooding was reported in Kentucky and North * Light snow fell from Minnesota to western New A storm which clogged North Virginia and Maryland with up to 14 inches of snow moved out to sea cold air pushed in behind South of Dixie's snow belt cold rain fell had more than an inch of as did Ala. S.C. had of an At - where the temperature remained below zero much of last the thermometer showed a balmy 52 degrees six degrees warmer than and two degrees above the high in Tenn. It was 48 in Rapid within a degree of the high at S.C. had 45 10 degrees higher than had 7 inches of West reported as much as 10 measured 14 The storm reached as far east in North Carolina as Roanoke which had 3* of scientists will be and at M the farthest had 2 inches of snow following rain which brought the precipitation total to 1.28 had 12 inches of snow and Richmond 7.7 Notice to Subscribers newspaper's b to oW you year H yon del mat the 4tw ha b to one to mow a from ep S Circulation Department
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