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Scottsdale Daily Progress (Newspaper) - September 8, 1962, Scottsdale, Arizona PLAGUE RESIDENTS MOSQUITOES S. Officials To Act Ponds on the Salt River Reservation caused by cotton litigation are causing the current mosquito Invasion of Dr. S. W. county health told Scottsdale Progress Farnsworth said that mosquito repellent crews from the health department have sprayed Thursday and Friday and - resume again Monday and Tuesday in the residential areas west of the reservation Crews were out again Farnsworth said his office was contacting the IT. 8. Public Health Service and the Bureau of Indian Affairs regarding the situation on the He said the county has no jurisdiction on the reservation could only spray the areas over the & mosquito problem will continue as long as the present situation continues on the he After ae Progress talked with Dr. Farnsworth K telegraphed Sen. Carl Hayden as you get some emergency action from the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the U.S. Public Health Service on mosquitoes breeding on the Salt River Indian The mosquitoes are all over the residential area of Scottsdale adjoining the county health people have no jurisdiction on the reservation and irrigation for the leased cotton lands there is resulting in mosquito invasion of adjoining It Is bad and the federal people need to Art Heenan Editor Scottsdale Daily Progress ARIZONA'S FASTEST GROWING DAILY NEWSPAPER 30c Per Week - 10c Per Copy SEPTEMBER 8, 1962 Vol. II 176 4 g New Prohibition Soviets BERLIN - The Western powers have agreed to stop the Soviets from using armored cars in changing guards at their War Memorial in West an Allied spokesman said An official French spokesman said the matter was In British hands to execute at a ' time of their The Soviet 4War Memorial is in the British sector of West The Soviets have been entering West Berlin daily with armored cars to change the guard since f| West Berliners stoned a bus last month in anger over the fatal shooting of an East Berlin The United States recently told the Russians to stop sending their vehicles through Checkpoint Charlie on the East-West Berlin border and use another crossing point in the wall closer to the The Russians The French spokesman said is the most natural thing in the world for the Soviets to return to changing their guard in a bus as they have done is no reason for them to come in armored he British are maintaining law and order in their the Soviets have no cause to be afraid of The Russians were reported massing antiaircraft missiles along the vital air corridors between Berlin and the posing an additional threat to Allied air Informed sources said at least six trainloads of missiles designed to be launched from trucks have in East Germany in the past week or Public attention was focused on the build-up earlier this when it was announced thai Russian sentries fired on a U.S. Army ear Sunday when it passed a freight missile sites around Berlin and along the air Informed sources said dozens of fixed missile sites have been built in little more than a The military preparations were considered disquieting by Western officials They coincided with new Rus sian threats to sign a German peace treaty which they say would end Western rights in Infest Homes Three Days Residents here bordering the Salt River Indian Reservation were up in arms torlay about a full scale invasion of But relief was promised as the Maricopa County Health Department intensified a spraying program thia morning to combat a massive hatch of mosquitoes in the area roughly bounded by Granite Reef Road to the Camelback Road to the Roma to the south and the Salt River Indan Reservation to the east. Residents of the price range homes subdivision of say that mosquitoes have multiplied tenfold in the last few The Progress had Soblen Better LONDON Runaway Sola from Yesterday Robert A- 61, showed today but remained in a coma for the third straight Doctors indicated he may live the trouble They said m u the lfe erm in prison he groundskeepers last week I 1 ed lawns then left the grass to rot when they irrigated the school lawns in preparation for noon today Most residents pinpointed Navajo School grounds at Granite Reef Road and Camelback as escaped when ho jumped and fled New York 75 days A Hillingdon Hospital bulletin at 9:25 a.m. PDT However the county health de- put the blame on has Indian Reservation with its maintained but he is still gation for cotton j attending doctors an- Some of the residents threatened to move into apartments if the problem is not They said their children could not go out to play without being bitten and that any type of outdoor was precluded by the c consultant lem i physician in said the 61- year-old fugitive spy shown The heavy mosquito problem siRns of improvement and we are started about three days | hopeful that he will regain of 1434 E. was typical of the property At the time the announcement problem is a lot worse was Soblen had been it's ever he He conscious for more than 48 hours that Soblen had begun to emerge from the deep coma in which he has been since taking an overdose of barbiturates NUISANCE - Mrs. Gene of 1426 E. Sells was the first of numerous Scottsdale residents to complain of a mosquito invasion of their northeast section subdivision Residents said they could not go into their yards because of the extreme mosquito - Ted Mosiman of 1531 E. seems to be saying as mosquitos created havoc at his The Scottsdale Progress was flooded this morning with complaints from homeowners a northeast Scottsdale They say mosquitoes are carrying the subdivision said he had done his own spray ing but that the area needed a general He said he thought the flooding of the Navajo School grounds wasi the probable source of the mosquito Four Ocean Navy Asked SAN DIEGO establishment of a navy to meet the Russian challenge United States control of the sea was urged Friday by Rear Adm John S. the Navy's new chief of in an address to the San Diego Council of the Navy said this country should have fleets in the Arctic and Indian oceans as well as the Atlantic and He said such a navy would fill the military vacuum coveted by the Soviet McCain said the Russians are well aware of the need to control the seas and they have not lowed the glamor of space to obscure the importance of the ocean in all its In addition to the the Russians are said to have installed a number of fixed LOCAL WEATHER and wilh by High yesterday Low this Barometric pressure - 29.84, Sunrise - 6.06 a.m. p.m. Forecast - Fair but with increasing cloudiness Partly cloudy tonight and Windy this afternoon and Slightly High today near 98. Low tomorrow morning about 72. High tomorrow near 95. French Seek Terror Gang PARIS - French police interrogated 17 right-wing ex at Paris police headquarters today and pressed a massive manhunt for the remnants of a terrorist gang that tried to kill President Charles de Gaulle last The 17 were said to be mainly accomplices suspected of giving shelter to members of the killer commando unit after the It was announced Friday that five of the 11-man commando gang have been Oil Trigger Blaze BURBANK explosion early today triggered an oil - fed fire that raged out of control at the strike - bound General Control Co. p 1 a n t for more than three hours and caused an estimated Fire Chief William J. said the flames burned in an oil storage area to within 50 feet of an engineering building before bis six engine units capital Medical Care LOS ANGELES physicians will ask the Legislature to lessen restrictions on persons eligible for care under the state's Medical Assistance for the Aged according to the president of the California Medical Assn. Dr. Omer W. Wheeler of Riv said Friday the CMA will request the Legislature to change the present requirement that an eligible person wait 30 days before receiving Dr. Wheeler said the association also favored payments to patients who are not The Medical Assistance for the Aged which went into effect in provides care for persons over 65 unable to pay medical Present law states that no assistance can be provided until the patient has spent at least 30 days in a hospital and nursing is inequitable and does not provide for payment of care ur gently needed in many Dr. Wheeler He said the CMA also would ask the Legislature to modify certain property holding restrictions and make certain administrative changes to permit flexible and equitable distribution of needed care for the Dunks It Again Church Burns SAN FRANCISCO - Actor Peter Lawford into i swimming pool at a Marys Catena wood party Friday but denied reports some bystanders that he was playfully pushed by his fay fire Friday despite 1^ who could k sister of President I efforts by nearly 300 firemen she added did not push me into the the red brick structure maintained following the incident from a self-administered heavy dose of Dr. Dina his bedside when the was She flew here secretly from New York B. A. of 1440 3. said he had to spray j There still was no indication of doors at his house before he could when Soblen might be recovered get back in because mosquitoes sufficiently to leave the The former New York psychiatrist faces deportation and life were so Mrs. Henry B of 1449 E. said the problem was sometimes aggravated by drainage flowing into a vacant lot near her mosquito problem has been worse than she imprisonment in the United Slates for spying for the Soviet his heart weakened by a battle against blood cancer and the overdose of had hovered near death for some time been big I've had to spray my son and his he took the Thursday friends when they come in he was t0 te de' house in the evening and my keeps a bug bomb on the | night she night lyi has been to go through the the at the home of millionaire Bob neither did anybody was standing on the I took a step backward and fell to the It was unfortunate but that's the way it Guests at the which was to observe Lawford's included many of Hollywood's top movie Some bystanders claimed Lawford was dunked with a nudge from his Guests included Janet Mort Julie Arthur Loew Bob Debbie Deputy Fired In Self Defense WELLTON jury Friday ruled the fatal shooting of two dove hunters by Yuma County Sheriff's Deputy Dale Westland was in self The deputy shot John E. 49, and his 29, Saturday after they resisted his orders to stop hunting on a private Kennedy Plans Boat Holiday The huge church stood for 71 Power Brett Halsey and years at Van Ness Jill St. and a short seems funny that mosquitoes would be around during a cooling off Kent Bradway of 1431 E. Roma JFK Studies Rail Action CHICAGO - The House was reported today to be the its the studying what action it could take worst we've ever he strike on the Chicago North Western time we did Sens end Hubert spending his third straight weekend planned to take f a m i ly and friends cruising today in pleasantly cool Tonight he and Mrs. Kennedy planned to fly to Hyannis to join a large family dinner celebrating the 74th birthday of the President's former Ambassador Joseph P. The elder Kennedy suffered a stroke in Florida last winter and been recuperating on Cape Cod this The president flew here from Washington I came up I held my hand distance from the Opera House up in the air and somebody took and It was the seat of off my Lawford the Roman Catholic Archdiocese Neal loaned me a San Francisco a shirt and a pair of slacks and I its time we we stayed on for about an hour Arson was and police about it or somebody after the fire many of whom his received their first religious in- Guests said Lawford took the ln st. began thing to determine the cause Lawford also denied there was of the any parallel between the incident | and dunkings at a party at A SrouP of boys seen Washington home of his thf b aze were Gen. Robert UP downtown area At that attended But when by Lawford and his determined they were simply Robert Presidential for their I liberal was being offered XMn sistant Arthur Schlesinger and I Fingerprint experts studied today by Corp. for in chieW the striking Spencer Davis were reported i ments found hanging over lost briefcase containing sent telegrams to to have been shoved into hood of a car about 100 feet mayors of towns and cities | the A crown from ne brown briefcase was ed the strike them to figurine was picked up in the a parking lot adjacent to wire The mayors were the American Airlines terminal at urged to ask the White House for Police said that if the blaze was International airport last efforts to insist that North the arsonist At the time an unidentified man ern Chairman Bon W. Heineman might have brought the tried to turn it in to a but a humane and reasonable MALIBU the flaming was turned away because it was attitude in these negotiations and not lost on the airline in sign an agreement with the Security Case Lost In Lot LOS ANGELES d in Washington that the strike which has put a pinch on the Midwest economy was under study at the White Humphrey has conferred with President Kennedy and Labor Secretary W. Willard Wirtz about the strike during the past 24 hours and Humphrey's aides said the was of White Gail Storm's Son Recovers He estimated total damage at Storms 19-year-old son was Archbishop Joseph T. McGucken ported in satisfactory a great fon today recovering from and represents the loss of nous suffered Friday in a monument for the City a car of San Phillip a University of Southern California junior and son of Miss Storm and Lee ( Larry 19; and Don One Father John also 19. were taken to trapped by the flames when land Park Community Hospital the church in order lowing the rescue the Blessed Bonnell suffered a severe He escaped by breaking a window injury when the sports car climbing and was treated by Miller went off Mulholland at the scene for gashes in his Highway in the Malibu hand and Poet Latest Diplomatic Courier of an identical dispute on that including Army in- similar to the Southern have been Pacific agreement which disposed ing for the case The contents were not The firm's security Milton A. said anyone possessing information leading to recovery of the briefcase should telephone Walnut 35878 or Topaz 15703. both in or write to the security manager of at 11711 Woodruff MOSCOW poet Robert 88, said today he had suggested a to settle the Berlin problem during bedside chat with Soviet Premier Nikita didn't say the poet talked Frost told reporters describing his I 1 Friday vacation retreat near resort of sat on the edge of the bed and we had a good talk and went at he Frost said the Berlin issue had been one of the things he discussed with did say 1 hate it I hate it that a small matter like that could decide the fate of the Frost told him there might be something we have that he wants and there might be something have that we | could trade and settle it reason I came here was just like a horse | said His visit here under the cultural exchange program was scheduled to end He arrived here The dean of American letters explained he was tired when he reached the premier's villa due to his strenuous stay He said be had gone to bed on the advice of two doctors Khrushchev had sent to examine Frost said Khrushchev sat on a chair near his bed during their which he described as free and don't know but the Aug. 28. told Mr. Khrushchev the future of the world for the next hundred years or so lies between rhe United States and Frost added of a He's ready for a He's not afraid of us and were not afraid of Algerian Troops March To City Algeria - Regular troops under the command of Col. Houari the chief of are marching to Algiers with the apparent intention of making a triumphal entry into the it was reported It was reported earlier that was unhappy the truce reached this week by Bella and the commanders of the 3rd and 4th guerilla military districts because it denied his troops a chance to make a entry into Japan Market For Yuma Ore PARKER i UPI i - Iron ore deposits in northern Yuma County will be mined and shipped to Japanese it was announced Friday by Pacific Inc Capt. L. E. DeLaney and Glen spokesmen for the said the large deposits are northeast of Parker on the Williams School Board Meets Tuesday * A special meeting of the Scottsdale School District Board lias been called Tuesday Dr. Charles said Members of the board will meet at 7 30 p m. in the Scottsdale 311 N.
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