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Arizona Daily Sun (Newspaper) - November 28, 1956, Flagstaff, Arizona No Land For Private Investment UTAH TOWNSITE TERMED PROMOTION SCHEME Flagstaff, Williams Elections Pass (Story Column .2) Sedona Excluded From County Zoning Plans (Sloiy Column 4) Employed By Williams (Story Colunui fi) Homo Evening Newspaper of Northern Arizona Vol. It No. 83 Phone 21-276-41- FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA Price 7c Wednesday, November 28, Mill Soot Problem To Be Decreased y'g business and residential ea.s." Quirk said that closing- of the .gin.iw power plant would con- rvo approximately gai- ns of water daily. 'Southwest Lumber Mills nml Soot and smoke, long considered cated that generally prevailing unpleasant but necessary evils of mis cmry smoke away from Ihe the logging: industry, will be not- iceably reduced in the Flagstaff area as a result of an exchange agreement between Arizona. Public Service Co. and .Southwest Lum- ber Mills Inc. Under the .transaction; which -becomes effective. Dec. 15, Arizona Public Service will' 'transfer to its. -Flagstaff steam TRectric generating, and re- lated equipment at the Southwest mill in exchange, for the Saginaw power plant and related equip- ment. 'In addition; ,SouUjwest will pay Public" Service liOb.QOO. and the utility wiU'Vjipctase" electricity arid steam "irwn "the Flagstaff plant and the 'agreement under which'it purchas- C': ing power from the Sajlniw.plant Malcolm Bridgewater, Tice pres- ident, in charge of for the utility, 'Mud .the Saginaw ptant woukS be'put" on a. "cold standby" basis .after the exchahge becomes TJie shutdoVm plant .will impye qncj-iiource of iji 'to 'in -case.' .of .Bridgewater said "HoweVer, whenever it liecome- neceesary to-.use wil .be used as' -'fuel 'instead of saw dust.-''ThUi' does..away soot f -'f deiliUes." oiit. tha three Jrans- "VJL aervin'tr IfTagBtaff and siirroiprattng including: a from Prescott, which ample supply of power for region. B. L. Quirk, ..vice, president o! 'tar Siuuiwest, report- ed that i. ney toiler with fly ash beinjr instafled at the generating being purchased from .PubHc. Service. "TSese hew 'efficient, re- quire less 'fueJ .raiia pro- leu Mid, "and the fly ash eliminator will preveni power plant is farther re- moved from the 'highways than he added, "and' Is 3d lo- Tennessean Ike Education PostChoicc By MARVIN t. AWtOWSMTTH AUFUSTA, Ga. Presiden Eisenhower picked Dr. Lawrcnc Gridley Derthick, superintenden of schools 'at Chattanooga, Term to be .U.. S.. commissioner .of edu- cation Wednesday. Af the same1 time, the Presiden appointed Jack Z. Anderson, for mer memjber of Congress and noi assistant to Secretary of Agri- culture Benson, .to. ttrre aa White House liaison man'with Con gress. He will specialize, in tend ing to farm iegulation, as be ha in the Agriculture Dept In post, Derthick who will be ;51 Dec. 23, succeeds Dr. Samuel M. BrowneU, brothe at Atty. Geii.- Herbert Brownel The job'has been. Vacant Sept. 1, Samuel Browne resigned to become juperlntentkni of sehoois at Detroit It pays 9K a year, PreiWent't choice of De thidt, announced at hii vacation headquarten, here, ;is a recess a pointment subject to Senate con firmatloit when CbngreM recon venes in January- The selection of Andenon a> :White Hotpe liaison man with Con gross is. u outright president a potmroent which not require Arizona Public Sei-vice coopei'alcd I a nioiiti] in i nvcnue from electtic- with Uie City of Flagslaff some time Ijy LUilniling at the Saginaw bcuause (if the local critical water he said. "We were hnppy to paivL in helping to solve this problem, ;ven though we lost about ity sales. With Saginnw oj a standby basis, this wjiter IKS pel innnently Both the Kcilctral Power Com mission and the Arizona Coi-pnra tion CommisEion have apprnvet the cxi'himge between Public Ser vice and Southwest Mills AUSTRIA JAMMED WITH refugees who.have crowded into this small village of. Andau near the Austro-Hungarian frontier Belgian.Lar- itas relief organization'truck, to receive .cigarets. and candy. Austrian officials reported -'that more than Hungarians have fled into Austria since the Hungarian uprising "started Oct. 2'4. Big Majority Favor Proposals School improvement bond issues n Flagstaff and'Williams passed asily in elections Tuesday. A issue was approved, 1ST o 6, in Flagstaff and a J480.000 ssue was okayed in Williams. Flagstaff school district No. 1 Iready had allocated for instruction of a dormitory for ndian students so the bond is- sue' will pay for JS68.00 in im- irovemerits.' it Ten classrooms and a multi-pur- room.will be built at tho nev.' aine Knoll subdivision school.site, -0 classrooms.will be added to Marshall School, 10 rooms will be added to the Ml. Ekten School in East Flagstaff and a kitchen will added to the Sedona School auditorium. Sturgeon Cromer, Flagstaff sup- erintendent of schools, said Wed- nesday contracts for the new Pine Cnoll school arirt additions to the ther schools will probably be t in February so that work can tart early in the spring. Cromer dded thnt Ihe contracts may be >id individually or in a package deal. At Williams two issues actually settled. One, a vote of 186 to 66 okayed construction of a new high school plant and pr- ovided for additional grounds and equipment and another a .vote of 80 to 68, okayed a move to pur- chase a site in northern Williams lor a future grade school at a cost Walter Schumann Is Hospitalized HOLLYWOOD at Musical di- rector Walter Schumann, 50, was hospitalized Wednesday by cardi- ac asthma. He. collapsed in NBC's Hollywood office Tuesday and was revived by a Fire Dcpt. oxygon squad. Boiler Explosion Destroys 73 Tanks CALGARY, Alta. A boiler explosion through sent tank flames hangar racing at the Sargee Army Camp Tuesday nigh destroying worth of Ca nadian military equipment. The Joss included 13 Centurion UnkJ vtkwd at Dallas Man Here Looking Into TV Karl King of Dallas, Tex., is in Flagstaff this week investigating posiibility of establishing a TV station here. He represents O. L. Neims of Dallas who has a ctm- struction permit for a single chan- nel station here. King said that If plans work out Sedona Group Requests Time For Study By BILL DEAVER A decision, was reached Tuesday by 'the -Coconino county planning and zoning commission to mec with a sign and billboard group on ironing out certain recommcn dations in .the commission's pro- posed re-zoning" ordinance for un incorporatetl areas of Coconino county. The meeting is scheduled in weeks. Following: that, a seconl public hearing beforis the Coco- nino county Board of Supervisor such as" the one conducted Tues before a jnm-packert court room crowd in the county court house, will be called. At that tim the commission wiH present it ordinance recommendations to supervisors, subject to expression of anyone present, for final ap proval. If approved, a 90-day wait ing period ensues before the on" i nance becomes Jaw. At Tuesday's hearing the com mission went on record as back ing a suggestion by County At lorney H. Karl Kangum that th zoning ordinance affect all of Co Officials Of B of R Declare Plan A Hoax By KEN WAYMAN Announced plans to construct r city to house poisons ir Arizona west of Ihe proposed site of Glen Canyon Dam was termed a "promotion scheme" Wcdncsi hy officials of the Bureau of Rc- Initial ion. Officials of Ihe bureau, reached 11 Kanub, present heariquiirl lor engineers who will supervise construction of the ?421 million dam. pnintcil uul Grand Develop- ment a Utah firm, could Iniild a town as pi-cposed The? officials listed these, reasons 1. All Ihe land on Ihe west or Utah side of Hie river has been earmarked for reclamation use wilh the exception of five sections of state land which is leased to Art Green. 2. "The section leased hy Green has requested lo be with- drawn from Arizona for use Hie rcelamalion bureau. 3. The reclamation bureau hn not Riven pel-mission of any kim to any firm to obtain land for use. as n townsile or any other pur pose. 'k Further, the rcprcsenlalvio tlie Land) Department no- tified reclamation officiate Wed nesday that his department Jia Feb. 1, 1957. (Continued On Page 3) rent or, (SUNfu GRANTS If. Kussnll, scaled, rlfflit, fiu-ps throo Flagstaff pcoplf whose npiH-al In Uic Unitnl Stntrs hi- lias jusl grunfril. The three new t'iliv.eiiK nni .Mrs. Nil- Firm Promises To Bring Rain, Snow uul Rcniljn n hy Irft; Mrs. JcuiLne Runnlstor, ;ownsite "soon after (he the year." fir.st of said no definite decision had been made whether the site would oe on the Utah, or Arizona side of the river. said acre plots will be- come available at yearly, Iwit these will be handled by the rec- lamation bureau and not through a private firm. 'The company. (Grand Develop- ment Corp.) might be planning a development on the strength of this, but I can't see any firm promising to spend millions of dol- lars on this alone." Wylie said he has asked the rec- lamation office in Salt Lake City to investigate the matter further in regards to Ehe company and its intentions. By MKS..HAKRY Orange Bowl Itoun d Col ora d o ha s name d. hy the Arizona Wildcats as the host fooiiinll team ihcy met this fall. Coloro d n which (Info a led Ari- zona 58-7 las I week, also won three positions on Arizona's nltopponcnt team. Tlio Wildcats picked Jim -.Craw- ford of Wyoming as the .best run- ning hack they faced this year and named Bob Laraba of Texas Western as the finest passer they opposed. Hall Broadfoot of Texas Tech was lineman. verted the best enemy
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