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   Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - July 9, 1971, Harlingen, Texas                               tliiiia Ml wfcat W to art M mti tu tcfl wfctt betMKf rf Wi MORNING Yowr Frvtdom Newspaper 60th Yaar No. 9 Daily 15c Sunday July Copyright 22 Large-Scale Air Assault Encephalitis Belated Story en Page All BROWN S.V I L L E Two U.S. Air Force planes ar- Rio Grande begin a eradicate mosqui to halt the northward spread of a dread horse disease. The two Air Force C-123 flew to Brownsville from Langley Air Force Va. They will be headquartered at Brownsville and will soon commence operations to eradi- cate mosquitoes in'Cameron and Hidalgo counties. Mosquitoes are the prime car- riers of Venezuelan Equine En- cephalomyelitis a rare strain of which has killed thousands ofj horses as it spread northward out of South America during the past two years. a U.S. Agriculture Department spokesman said the disease has been in one person and 14 horses during the past four days in the Brownsville area. The spokesman had reported Wednesday that two other per- sons had been hospitalized at Mercy Hospital in Brownsville with but he said other two horses day that report was based on in the Brownsville infor- mation. The spokesman said three dead including one with the have been found Approves Spraying AUSTIN -Gov. Pres- ton Smith approved late Thurs- day a request to the U. S. gov- ernment for a widespread aerial spraying program in the Lower Rio Grande Valley to wipe out mosquitoes carrying a rare in of sleeping sickness. The presented to the governor by H. Q. ex- ecutive director of the Texas No case of VEE has been con- Animal Health said firmed in the United but'the highest priority for aerial treatment reduce the po- tential of transmission of Vene- quelan Equine Encephalomye- litis should be given the Brownsville Sibley said priority should be given to treatment of an area of one to one and a half million portions of Cameron and Hidalgo counties bordering the Rio Grande. Sibley it might be if isolated horse or human cases to spray portions of Jim Jim Kle- area. The 'apparently died before being he said. A spokesman for a state and federal task force of animal and human health authorities said plans for the spraying opera- tions would be announced soon. He said resident would be noti- fied before their area is sprayed. Approval for tfie spraying hai also been given by the Environ- mental Protection Agency in Washington. The specially equipped planes are capable of spraying acres per hour. They will use malathion. an insecticide used in the Vallev in a similar mos- acres along the Rio Grande and Derg. Zapata and quito eradication program fol- Webb Counties. Hurricane Beulah in first of fivt specially-equipped U. S. Air ajrcraft scheduled to combat the Valley mosquito population arrived et Brownsville International Airport shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday. Shown left to right are crew members Lt. Denoit D. Air Force Capt. Bob Sgt. A. J. Maj. William Maj. John and chief of the Air Force team sent to the Valley from Langley AF Col. Garrett S. Runey. La Feria Annexation Plan Delayed By Legal Problem p.' -fi. LA rruanon piaiw proximately M .Parker Rd. and of U.S. 83 were delayed Thurs- day night on the advice of dty Gene McCuDourfi. '.The commissioners 'for a resolution signifying their intent to annex the property after McCullough told the the resident of the area then follow the 'lengthy indicated not petitioned to taken into fcedty. In order for a municipality to annex territory without the consent of all the property it must describe the property metes and notify the owners and bold a public hearing. Commissioners agreed to first move would be illegal if all of seek consent of all the owners annexation procedure for. dut property which is not brought into the voluntarily. A scheduled discussion with of. the General Telephone Co. concerning alleged deficiencies' in service failed to materialize. Mayor Reece A. Love said he had had a long telephone conversation with a company Agnew Meets King Faisal For Middle-East Talks extending from Boca Chica to Sullivan City. The request said the first treat-Jed must be decided on a day to ment minimum was for majorlday the request said. of priority for areas to be treat- 19G7. A spokesman for U.S. Sen. John said the in- secticide does not contain D-D-T. Broad Search For Missing Plane Starts Civil Air Patrol aircraft searched South Texas Thursday for a rented single engine plane j missing with two Harlingenj businessmen aboard. A spokesman for E. 0. Young Flying which rented the plane to Oiarles W. said late Thursday haven't found anything so far. They're still The Federal Aviation Agency said no word had been received from the 260 Comanche craft since it flew northward from Hariingen Industrial Air thati upgrading of local facfljlies PwlE Wednesday morning. is already in progress. Love said that since telephone committee chairman Mc.rlenry Tichenor is out of he agreed to wait until the. end of uie month or perhaps ine first meeting in the fallowing month to liear the telephone company's explanations and to present citizen complaints. The mayor added thai a number of major correciiors in the sen-ice would probably be made in the intervening period. In the he city secretary Tony Unger would continue lo record a izen complaints. In other Unger reported that a final bill of for dosing city dump had been received from J the La Fana Water District Saudi Arabiajno new at any time explanation of the history and pavment Of the charge was President Spiro T-A on the Middle East during his origins of the proWenu in co-owner of Valley Weathermakers Air C o n drtioning of was piloting the plane carrying him and King Saudi Arabia held of views' Faisal of a Thursday in a twxhhour discussion that centered on Arab-Israeli a spokesman for Agnew The talks were acbeduled originally to last only 44 but did not break diacutsions with King according to the spokesman. Faisal and Agnew were understood to have talked abotn Faisal's recent long visit to Egyptian President Anwar Sa- dat after which Faisal and Sadat Issued a joint statement urging the United States to put Middle of Arab-Israeli dispute. After Faisal finished the Arab Agnew made clear America's position j and stressed the interest of the United States in peace in the Middle East. adjustments. brought of In a statement Distric Court. reported the against the improper a amp dismissed in on Isrtei lo on govemmeui i until shortly before Agnew Arab territory. U committed to seeking a Just King Faisal arrived at a Faisal opened the talks with asd Ia5ting peace in this region Agnew by giving an AGNETT Page dinner. spokesman said the talks were thorough and The discussion with Faisal at Hamra Palace overlooking the Red Sea completed the official conferences of Ajmew with the Saudi leaders. The vice pres- ident planned to meet on a more informal basis with Prince Khalid and Brand Registration Time Running Short FORT The Fnnce Fahd. second deputyItwcas and Sowlkwestern prime minitfer and interior before continuing his roflnd -the- world diplnmaUc mis- for PresWent Nixon. The viw unxiaht up official by cattlemen and the courts. Chance Of Showers Forecast Tke Valley weatker ptrUy etovdy ikks aid warai Itday tkrMjtk Satarway wKk a per cewt duwce W skcwen. WMs will ke at II U mpfc dimiitsktog 4 to llVwfk rttfftnm ward copies of the new wave of registrations to its office. to do 72 M 1M ifftr prttas. tHMperatwe v frMi a tow Association office here is bracing for a new flood of brand regwtratiofw shortly after Aug. 25 AS are many cowty tierks throughout ike fate. _ f m m That tke date wken cattle-lijon cattk inspectors may 74 to a men mnrt record their the clerks' office and again in tbejr cowty op fice Hflder a law recently u by Gov. PrestoB SnriUi. K tke catUemen not rejcis- ter tkeir marks they low tke right to Ikew. Tke krmds imwt he registered again II frorn now. Many brands have lot in The catUe raisers' groop kas than IM.fM mirks ed Jn its Fort Worth office and I to a business ap- pointment in Ga. married and the father of three grown had more than hours of flying time and filed a visual flight plant for on the first leg of the joumcy to the FAA said. Bui he did not dose out the plan as required if he lanucd somewtere Wednesday nighu Dollens was identified by 1. the nj A. co-owner of the air conditioning as a widower with one grown son attending college in Atlanta. A report about noon Thursday that a crashed plane ivds spotted from a commercial airliner just north of Harlingen gave friends and relatives of the missing men a start. the plane turned out to be a crop duster that crashed and burned Thursday when it struck a power line. The Buster Boyd of El escaped minor scratches Civii Air Pairoi units UKiig part in the search were from Louisiana. Mississippi and .'Jnbona. Orwell executive of- ficer of. '.'_e Hariingen Civil Air Patrol said he believes the I'arce plane is somewhere between Hariingen and Corpus Christi since the pilot did not check with the Federal Aviation Agency tower at Corpus Christi. The search in Texas centered around the sparsely 'section of brush country along i Car-Bike Mishap Hurts Boy RUSSELLTOWN A 12-year- old San Benito boy was Dolly Vinsant Hospital in San Leni'.o in fair condition Thursday night suffering Injuries received in a car-bicycle accident near here Thursday afternoon. According to Cameron County Navigation District Vote Set Saturday Qualified voters will elect a commissioner of the Arroyo Colorado Navigation District of Cameron and Willacy counties Saturday. Two candidates' are seeking the post. Van C. current secretary of the district is asking and he is opposed by Wiiiiam W. term will commissioner s six are twu precinct is designated as area lying north and south the arroyo within the district and within the corporate limits of Harlingen.-Precinct 2 voters will cast ballots in the vocational agriculture building in Bio Hondo. The precinct is designated as an area within the district lying south of the arroyo except -r that part lying Duster Escapes Crash HARLTNGEN A small crop duster plane crashed and burn- ed in a field near Harlingen but the pilot walked away without serious injury. Buster Boyd of El Paso told Department of Public Safety of- ficers he was spraying a cotton field at the time his a happened about p.m. proximately two and a half miles east of U.S. Highway 83 as Juan Salas swerved his bicycle in front of a car driven by Jones Appelton Sangree of 2123 Blue Houston. Roth Sangree and the youngster were traveling in the same direction. Silas suffered lacerations of the right left arm and the oting in Precinct 1 wili be in Al Fatah Admits Shelling By filled Press The Al Fatah guerrilla orga- nization claimed responsibility Thursday for a rocket attack on a Tel Aviv suburb that Israeli officials said killed at A spokesman said the associa-j U fj tke j the Texas Coast between Corpus lion expects county derkstd 74 to K MM-Yaltey art j Christi and the Lower Grande Valley. The area A spokesmen for Al the leading Palestinian said Wednesday night's attack was carried out by one of its y hall in Harlingen. The'until 7 pjn. within the city of Harlingen. Polk will be open from 7 a.m. Port Isabel-San Benifo Navigation District Vote Set SAN BENITO Voters of the I and Baldemar Sanchez of San Port Isabel San B t n i t oj Benito. Both holdovers on the struck a 'power flipped and crashed ir.to a plowed field. employed by of nearby Los said the plane came to rest on its wheels and he jumped from the craft before it burst into flames. Boyd suffered only a cot on his hand. The Federal Aviation tower at McAllen said the crasfe was reported to them by t com- mercial airline 'pilot. Navigation District go to the polls Saturday to select a commissioner for the expiring term of W. W. Zimmerman of Port an appointee to the board are San Benitans. They are Stanley D. McKown and R. M. Parker. Neither Grinkey nor Sanchez have held public office before. place resigned by B. C. Vest Voting in San Benito will be when he out of the j at the Community Building. At district. I Port Isabel it will be at the Zimmerman is a candidate I Merchants Marine State Bank for the post together with K.jand at Los Indios it will be E. Grinkey of Laguna Heights'at the school.________________ Troops Shoot In Ireland Nixon Ponders Peace Plan SAN CLEMENTE. Calif. Nixon held another in a series of with Secretary of State William P. Rogers Thursday to discuM the latest Communist peace proposal in LONDONDERRY. Northern eraed Norths which' The White House refused to Ireland British troops it proposes to unite with the re-jcomment on the Thursday opened fire twice Thursday of Ireland. session other than to rioting mobs in The British troops in London-j1116 State killing two men and wounding returned fire after rioterslsions of disappointment over larassed.i mounted attacks on the Communist fire bombs and sniper to hold secret ot The troops were most of the day by special units operating Israel. nail bombs and insidelfire. In the talks to discuss their The attack increased Middle southern republic Troops opened fire the second the rebel Irish East tension as Vice President I can Army defied authorities Spiro T. Agnew arrived injorder Saudi Arabia on a globe-circling j mission for President Nixon. I houses and ere stole a a srurfcl DcPuty Press Secretary iruCK-1J L. Warren said Ger- in I order to bury one of its dead atiward five a stretch of littered Bog- coast and an- pavement. The truck and bombed on the meeting in the in as many Parig terestrd in haviag a central record of for its inspec- tors'chW Job is in for County CJerk Tom Ellis In a statement on his arrivaljnounced a new phase in its aSainsi an army Mirrom Agnew foreign influence in the anyone. 'policy Is committed tojpublic. The death toll in the repeated Alexander searched includes portions of iseeking a just and lasting peace The outlawed IRA's previousjexpkvsxms of rioting in northern the King Ranch and Southltn this region of impor- activities have been concen-'Ireland during the year stood Padre Island. _________Itance to the Itraied largely in British-gov-iat 27. ra VT Lost Tribe Found In Philippines Brig. Hair a Henry A. attended to be recorded. tration is regis- most of these are no longer have a spokewnaa wxl tke I doubt a jhert win be many old. The new law ij expected to old family brandi this bring mtistraUon of brands never recorded before. But ESis poinled mti thai brands of tke IM.fM are expected are stiTl not only to be iis calUe theft owl MANILA The dis- covery of a tribe of people liv- ing in the style of the Stone age and cot off from ihe outside world for bondreds of years was announced Thursday by a i Philippine government agency. The tribe promisej 5o provide of the most fascinating chapters ia the study of primi- tive sayj the man who found The JimxJ Jwd wtoctj. may total no more than 1W the Tasaday The Arm on they are described as having no j tional is a govern- ment agency designed Jo the Philippines' more Jhan 60 knowledge of sogar or no conlacl with the and may be only people in She world today who do noi know or use to- The account of their dis- covery was compiled and re- ported by Manuel KJizakk bead of the Prcodential Arm can provide one of the Fox and Elizalde speculate fascinating chapters in ithat the Tasaday were 5 of primitrve jraied from the rest of society They said inten-jews Ihit at 400 to 500 years minority groups in dealing Tnihjthey were led lo thr Tasad-y and possibly AS Jong as the proWems of society. Fox' and ElizaMe a man from another ago. the Manobo whkt Fox described them reported amin is wtw first looking bat timkL contadins 24 of the TasadaysjlacJed the Tasaday daring deep in the rain forest of soub jhcnting trip in Cotabalo Province June 7-4 June 1C. on National j The men say in a 52-page re- The cattle assfKriatJofljcaJtk mix with others at was in Ihf rtg- is the only jtronp that. coDectajlXms. like they Cxi is the oldijrfd mowitjin forests of Mmd- rcpsteix braMs how aUjrwrodap and totoe JdeaU-janao Wand in the It to notparf mlbatxm ii muiti. the co51aboralkw of Dr. Robert B. chief an- and of the National Mo- Panama and port that of the Tasa- day's ability Jo survive a isaid when offered sogar jman was actually He JokJ HiKsMe abool. the jand feired ii was people lart May and the Fox said the amin direclor Jone 7 U an Lwlatd for- to make conlart in by heji-1 became friendly and willingness for more contact wfth ciriliTatxm. They present a metal Fox made She trip andily rery on clones and bamboo rest- he galbered aH the data be j for work trap 'and forage for wild vegeubfcc.i Ideace ia a tropical cooM.   

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