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Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - June 11, 1970, Miami, Arizona A HELPING HAND Persons working for the Hostetier Pool fund in various ways front Eileen Virginia Dolores Brenda and Linda Back Shirley Mary Irene and Esther Hosteller Swimming Pool now closer to its opening Now arrangements have been made for the 25-year lease for the land on which the Hostetier Swimming Pool li residents of the Miami area are beginning money rating projects for the Hostetier Pool The total amount of money needed for the renovation of the la of which 19000 of this will be furnished through state and federal outdoor the nally Town Clerk J. B. says the lease is being drawn up at the present and that it can be signed by Mayor A. M. Sanchez as ts it is Because only one-half of the needed money will come from the the rest is having to be donated The pool fund was originally started to raise the entire but residents of the Miami area only have to donate At the last about has The other needed for the work is being donated in kind from the Local residents who have seen the need for the swimming pool have started money raising projects for the remaining The first effort was a bake sale by the Girl Scouts of Troop 487, May 28. The girls sold worth of pastries and the money to the pool The first at the Town idea of Mrs. garet netted almost for the The coffee and homemade roll hour is continuing through Future fpr the pool Include an a and possibly a radio on the For ato adult donation of or a child nay re- cole soft drink or Tickets for the benefit meal may be obtained at the Town Mrs. A. M. Sanchez is heading the minum can Persons having either aluminum or soft drink which will be sold to a local may take them either to the Miami Police Station or to the office of the Arizona Stiver Information on the proposed radio auction will be announced Individuals wishing to make a direct contribution to the pool fund may make their checks payable to the Hostetier Pool and may send them to the Town County fair meeting to be held Wednesday Mrs. Guy Anderson of Globe has been named chairman of the Gila County to be held Oct. 2, 3 and 4 at the just east of Globe on US 60. FAIRS will be held at Pine Sept. 18 and 19 with Lufkin Hunt serving as and at Young Sept. 26 with Mrs. Earl Williams A general meeting of all in- persons and along with the Fair Com- will be held Wednesday at p.m. at the First tional Bank community room to continue plans for the Globe area Any person inter- ested in helping is asked attend this Mrs. An- derson This year's fair will be the first to be held at the new Gila County Fairgrounds and will include all forms of ex- hibits and entertainment for the three Exhibits will include adult and 4-H divisions of home gems and and all forms of arts and Premium books with detailed exhibit listings will be available in August for interested ex- COMMERCIAL exhibits will also be a part of the as well as concessions operated by local carnival and and live ment during the Daytime programs to be held before the grandstand will in- clude the showing and judging of and a horse The 4-H cattle sale has been set for Oct. 4. Further far and more plans will be announced Haines announces candidacy Don Haines has announced his candidacy for the House of Representatives in District 7 which coven 22 in Gila A resident of Globe since 1941, serves as Democratic chairman for the Gila County Central is on both tiu state and executive cratic committees and was a delegate to the 1968 Democratic Convention in A mm man at the Haines is a member of Steelworkers Local 586. He also belongs to Globe Elks Lodge 489. His hobbies include he has done several stories for the Arizona Highways he wrote a one-act play entitled of which was published in Monument and he is in the process of compiling a book of old He enjoys singing and often entertains at rallies and Historical Society Housing needs to be discussed A public meeting has been called at the town hall in Mi- ami at p.m. today to discuss needs in this BECAUSE con- existing home im- provement and maintenance have NOT kept pace with Mi- ami and its surrounding areas expanding critical demands of housing are now imposed upon this community and they must be met if de- sired labor market and services demands are to be The area of substandard and inadequate housing in and around Miami has long been recognized and Today's home development meeting is intended to bring gether town government county government prospective owners who have been nmg to tors and developers and their street public utilities surveyor financial in- from FHA and the news media Homesite and lic service information will be imparted and RESOURCE PERSONNEL ar- rangements to this meeting have been handled jointly by The Gila County Community Action Agency and Schwarz Lumber Company of a copy 18 Pages Vol. 92 2 Arizona June 11, 1970 National Park Service official attends SWAG fact-finding meet Jack K. Pound of the National Park met with the SAVE SWAC Com- Tuesday morning at the Globe Chamber of Commerce in a FOLLOWING THE who is division of program and policy termed the discussion ly very enlightening and certainly a strong indication of the great interest the area has in the Southwest cal Center and in keeping .it in Pound works out of NFS Director George B. Washington Thomas W. preservation laboratory and Al project both of were also in ance and took an active part in tile The presentation by the SAVE SWAC Committee went as Committee Coordinator W. G. Stinson opened the meeting and all introductions were Stinson called on Tom E. Anderson who read excerpts from various including ones from US Senator Paul US Rep. Morris K. Udall and National Park Service of- winch indicated any or all of the Gila the principal building at it about The water especially in the is inadequate and there is no heating and Various economies center to Khii in these statements 5 was then made by the following members of the SAVE SWAC Stinson read excerpts a letter previously sent by local contractor Hany Hagen to US Rep. Sam The excerpts refuted a statement made by UdaM that would cost dreds of of dollars to put Giat Into condition to function as a modem Hagen ment simply is not Gila Pueblo is being right as a fully functional ing floors and walls in most of the building are solid enough to last at least 100 even portions of the build-up roof covering rest on concrete especially over the ex- tension storage other roof in a 1970 tenance rests on heavily timbered ceilings Hagen then mentioned some im- which help GHa but aren't The total of ments would run less than 000 and Eagen those costs sound like of of GLOBE CITY Manager liam reported what he has akn written to the NFS on that the lution to water problem GUa Pueblo simple in- He recommended the of a booster pump and He also read a report from Willie son of which detailed work did at the center about four years The 000 job included a completely new wafer distribution system with a plumbing and licensed plumber in the dty of wrote that the water lines should hut now on without any He that present plumbing are Nick reported on work done 1 center Hie firm with which be He said that wWi of apartments above and a few rooms on the ground had been completely rewired for heavy-duty This work was atoo done about four years ago and also at a cost of of He termed the present combination of ing and hot water heating as but pointed out that conversion to other methods could be A com- plete is not needed would cost about he Globe Mayor E. Ross Bittner reported that the City of Globe in a position to very easily extend fire protection to SWAC if it is One Bittner was that the city would come first in the case of simultaneous fires here and at he highly MIAMI CHAMBER of Com- merce President Charley Clark read a letter sent to Stieger and Hartzog on behalf of the board of directors of the Miami Strong support was expressed for retention of the center in Stinson read a letter just sent to Steiger by Hayden Town Manager Eugene King on behalf of the mayor and council of that One paragraph feel this center is ideally particularly com- pared to some congested site in the City of We also feel that not all historical or scenic sites should be located in the larger By having these located throughout the smaller towns tourists staying in the larger cities can Bake daily sight-seeing ing these places and thereby benefitting the out of the way Anderson read a few quotes from one of the many articles on SWAC which have been ried in the Arizona Record and Arizona Silver Belt and then presented Pound with a folder containing much of the tion which had been presented at the Hayes said that his work and that of some of the other ar- at the in the area of would be made easier by being located In con- junction with a On the other he expressed a personal for re- siding in smaller an archeological animal bone is one of the best known authorities in his field and has people con- stantly coming to him for his advice and m A on Page Cobre Valley Juniors plan Litter Warpath planned for 1970 United Fund goal A goal of for the 1971 United Fund of Globe campaign was approved by the group's board of tors at a meeting last THB COMPARES with the target of Laatt year and actual pledges of The budget committee headed by Jack trimmed the requests of the seven ing UF agencies the gested administrative budget from to the The seven participating amounts approved for 1971 and the percentages they re- present of the total monies toted agencies Boy Scouts Girl Scouts 200, Red Cross Salvation Army YMCA 17.7% GHa County Guidance Clinic 200, and St. Vincent de Paul Society An administrative budget of was GORDON CLARK is chairman of the 1971 campaign committee with Paul G. Spears as first vice chairman and Ed Kauffman as second vice Frances Gerhardt has been appointed public relations man for the UF Pas Gutierrez was recently pointed vice chairman of the budget The Valley Junior Women's Club is the path against this note the juniors will hold two up marches LINES WILL form at a.m. at the YMCA in Miami with the parade to begin at 10 ing down Sullivan St. to the police station where it will be met by Mayor Tony In the parade win begin at 11 a.m. with lines forming at the bottom of Yuma St. and N. Broad St. The parade will proceed up Broad to the courthouse where it will be met by Mayor Ross Both parades will feature the San Carlos Apache Indian under the direction of strong Victor and junior and senior feathered crown ALSO ON hand will be Cub Boy and Girl Scouts and 4-H Everyone is encouraged to join the Dress in or out of bring miniature floats and anything that the CLEAN-UP theme urged Mrs. Gene No actual clean-up will take place that day and a cold drink will be provided after the parade for all The juniors hope to generate interest and involve everyone to pitch in and clean up the entire Juniors hope with the up will come more and better business to up will bring more and better Places badly in need of sprue ing up are the grassy areas between sidewalks and curbs which collect weeds and These appear in the downtown area as well as the residential IF ALL residents work gether the communities of Mi- ami and Globe will put a er front forward and have a better chance of attracting ists who might remain awhile instead of passing on page r Hi Lo 65 67 Saturday 88 65 90 58 Tr. 89 59 85 66 61 R. R. Wimberley Miami Copper Assay Office DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON Jim Ray was killed Friday afternoon after the car he waa driving Collided head-on with a truck driven by a New Mexico When this photo was Underwood's body was still in the
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