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Scottsdale Progress (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Scottsdale, Arizona Scottsdale Progress 10c per week 10c per copy Arizona s fastest growing newspaper Scottsdale Arizona saturday june 13, 1964 vol. In no. 101 vandals flood House Here owners gone vandals flooded a Scottsdale Home by running a Garden Hose through the bathroom window and turning the water on while the occupants were away police reported today. Also in the latest series of malicious mischief reports pop lice said a window was broken by a . Gun. And vandals painted obscene words on an Auto \ in Laos pinkness photo by Georee Adami Fenton Mcdonough his Eye s on Congress local lawyer declares for Congress nod Scottsdale attorney Fenton j. Mcdonough announced today he will seek the democratic nomination to Congress in the september primary. Mcdonough a former Scottsdale City magistrate will run for the first congressional District seat now occupied by rep. John Rhodes. The 37-year-old attorney is the first candidate to announce officially his candidacy for the seat. Rhodes is completing his fourth term in the u. S. House. Mcdonough who Deschi Btty himself As a Middle of the Road Democrat came to Clifton Arizona in 1950 from Massachusetts. He served in the a myi during the korean War. Discharged in 1953, Mcdonough attended the University of ariz6na Law school and worked in Copper mines at Morenci and san Manuel during summer vacations. He moved to Scottsdale in 1957. He served As magistrate from 1961 to 1963 when he resigned to devote full time to private practice. Mcdonough has served As commander of the Sipe pet Ersam Post of american legion twice and in 1962 was nominated for the Scottsdale j Aycee s distinguished service award. Married to the former Arline Norte of Clifton in 1952, the Mcdonough now live with their four children at 512 e. Third St. News summary from United press International Scranton Calls Barry s philosophies outlandish Hartford Conn. gov. William Scranton today told the Connecticut gop convention that Barry Goldwater s programs and philosophies Are the governor said a Small but vocal minority too often has made our party sound naive irresponsible reactionary and he said that the outlandish proposals that have come from the Camp of the present front runner especially in the Field of foreign affairs Are not real alternatives to the Johnson administration but Mere echoes of Scranton is bidding for the 16 Connecticut delegates to the National convention in san Francisco and is figured to have at least 12 of them. Third Pat unit Calls it quits another Scottsdale school Parent teacher Assn. Disbanded this week. The Loloma Pat said tuesday night that it will not function next year because of a Lack of parental interest according to r. C Murrayy president. The Navajo school and Cor onado High school ptas announced last month they would break up for the same reason. It was rumoured that the hopi Pat is considering the same move though this could t be confirmed. Mis. Warren Gentry president of the Scottsdale Council of Pat said she was told earlier this year the hopi unit was going to dissolve but understands that its officers have decided to continue at least until the fall. Scottsdale High school and Kachina elementary school have no Pat units. There Are 16 ele j Centary schools and three High Sclifo lpns i the District. Mrs. Gentry thursday attempted to have the Loloma executive Board rescind its decision to disband but wit ii no Success. She said the action by the executive Board was taken contrary to the Pat by Laws which state that a quorum of the membership must vote on a move to dissolve a unit. The tuesday action was an executive Board decision she City manager due in monday Richard Malcolm Scottsdale s new City manager will assume his duties Here monday Malcolm hired at a salary of $18,-500 a year is leaving Clare Nikont Calif where he has been City manager since 1957. Mobile. The Home of or. And mrs. Lyle Beaudin 8535 e. Edgemont was flooded after vandals Cut a Hole through the screen Over the bathroom window and ran a Garden Hose through the Hole. Mary Lou Corral 8542 e. Edgemont discovered water flowing from under the front door of the House Friday about 7 15 . She told police the Beaudine were called out of town on an emergency. She told police the water had been running an unknown period of time before she discovered it. Mrs. Corral s husband Ernest said today that the Wall to Wall carpeting throughout the House was water soaked. A a  he said the water was about four inches deep Friday when his wife reported it to the police. Robert Sanborn 6059 n. Granite reef rd., told police that about 10 45 . Friday vandals shot a Hole through his bedroom window with a . Gun. Sanborn said he saw two juveniles run behind a group of apartments and then gave Chase. He found a . Gun abandoned in a Patio of a neighbouring House and turned it Over to Scottsdale police. Paul Mallory 1401 n. 78th St., told police that pranksters thursday night Spray painted obscene words on his 1956 Pontiac which was parked outside his House. " i Mallory said that foul words i with Black letters 14 inches j High were painted on the door and fender of his car. J in incidents earlier in the j week i vandals caused about $1,100 damage at Coronado and area Dia High schools on tuesday and stole 21 athletic trophies i a Rock was thrown through the bedroom window sunday of a Home at 1708 n. 73rd St., in the general area of last december s Rock barrages i a raw egg was thrown through an open window of a 1955 Buick sunday night at 7543 e. Latham St. Wires were rom a 1957 ford1 the spark plug stolen sunday belonging to Bruce e. Cum mings 8643 e. Laredo Lane. Randy Wright an Arcadia High school student Friday was selected to represent Arizona at boys nation in Washington. A r i to n a boys state concluded Friday at Flagstaff. U. S. Wallops red artillery with sabres elks slate Flag rites has scheduled its sixth annual Flag Day service for sunday at 4 . At their Lodge 64th and Oak its. The program under the direction of leading Knight Joe White House orders Washington up 1 . Air Force Jet fighters launched a powerful attack tuesday in Laos on communist anti aircraft guns which had shot Down two . Planes it was Learned reliably Here today. The Armada of f-100 super sabres blasted red artillery emplacements with bombs rockets and machine guns. The raid was said to have been ordered by the White House to show red China and communist North Viet Nam that America Means business in protecting Southeast Asia from aggression. The communist chinese radio has broadcast vague reports with incorrect details of the raid. J observers said the Johnson i administration has not admitted anything publicly and apparently does not intend to. The base from which the air strike was launched was not identified. Although the extent of damage done to the communist emplacements was not disclosed it was noted that . Reconnaissance flights have been resumed and there have been no reports of any More of them being hit by ground fire. Burglars hit Gas station bus parking and servicing needs a vision three years ago to locate residents in March 1961, at equalization on the ballot in the burglars noted a Scottsdale was. Established three years ago l the Center there although Holt to t d t t construction of november general election. Service stati0n of 55-Jast night at 4505 e. Osborn Over the pro said a More Central location the Aldine after it was 65 per  ,.service statt0n 01 is 13si Mau i the building Auer 11 was Pei in a joint statement Holt and Phil Campbell of Phoenix Bryan asked District voters to who operates the Phillips 66 Sta District us sign an initiative petition tues Yon 5001 n. Granite reef rd., a ,. Pragman photo by Hunter Gooch i  $138,000 transportation and distribution Center to be moved officials Ponder move petition of school bus Center support urged by Hunter Gooch Progress staff writer. Scottsdale school District officials Are considering moving informed that that is the address paiute school was opened in officials have in mind. 1960. No estimates on the Cost of the warehouse and garage j moving the facility were Avail building were constructed after Able. It is presently located in residents in the area protested the Center strict. I ministration and would result in. Serving the Dis of the District s boundaries have the devaluation of surrounding Assn. Have urged District voters the Scottsdale elks club strict s warehousing and school not been changed since the de property. To sign petitions to put tax tests of property owners in the is now desired. Cent completed neighbourhood. I Holt stressed that no specific. School supt. Charles Holt recommendations have been1 John Ashe then Sarwin will include members would t say that the Center was 1 made on the move of boy scout troop 298 and j scheduled to be moved to Pai i the warehouse facility girl scouts. The Public is in Ute school at 6515 e. Osborn cited. I but the Progress was reliably sex Beauty Queen nabbed per intendant. Said the adminis Day when the Parent teachers told police the Money was taken and traction explained the warehouse Assn. And the Arizona Educa frown a fie Cabinet drawer of the transportation Center was construction proposal in out Tion Assn. Will stage a Signa Ler the thieves had entered the built in 1961 at a Cost of .$138,000. Lining plans for expenditure of Ture drive station through a rear window. ------1 Bond funds from a previous Bond Issue. Scottsdale badly needs school Campbell said the station s. Tax equalization. The prospects rear window was broken thurs the warehouse was compleat Lor getting it will be enhanced Day by vandals and the Hole in eco in july 1961. No As my. Strength held out and when i  got tired i just let myself float along with the current. The water fortunately was warm and As i floated i lost All sense of i often Felt like just Iet myself go to the. Bottom that would end my Trou time. Ting and Bles. I drank a lot of sea water and vomited several times. A storm with much rain fell during the time i was floating. After it stopped Small fish kept attacking me and i was worried that a shark would be the next to come after

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