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   Page Signal (Newspaper) - June 17, 1959, Page, Arizona                                Devoted To The Interests C The Page Community And The Glen Canyon Area Of PAGL SIGNAL Phone News To MI 52608 Advertising Box Page Or Write Box Flagstaff 1 29 Phones MI 52606 or PR 44545 ARIZONA Price 10 Cents June 1959 WISE PET KennyMarks seems to be shutting his eyes In disgust that his pet owl Is so much smarter than he After owls are traditionally the wisest members of the bird Kenny and three chums found the young bird a month ago on a hike near It took quite a fight to get it away from Its SIGNALfoto by Duffy More About Pets Page Youths Get Owl After Climb About a month four Page boys were on an exploring expedi the They saw a cave up on a wall of a cliff and decided to see what was in After climbing to the they lowered a rope and slid down to the ledge where the cave What they found was a nest Pages Lions Plan Business Meeting Today Today at the Lions will be roaring at the East side Mess but because of many members having only 45 minutes for a lunch the program will be strictly for the taking care of current At the last which was Ladies Nite and on Monday eve the a very fine program was presented by Barbara Hartman and Mrs Grace They both are former teachers of Indian children and have lived on the reservations for long have learned to appreciate first Hartman knows the Navajo way of life and the Their talks were some what a comparison of the two their differences and their Jim Digby is to be compliment ed for asking these two ladies to be on the It was decided to have alternate luncheon and evening The next evening one will be on June the location to be decided Sox Leading Page Little League Play Page Little League scores and for the week include STANDINGS W L Sox 9 7 B 5 2 SixthCubs 0 June Braves 1 June Sox Giants 9 June Braves 3 June Giants 1 June Sox Cubs 3 with two very young owls and one egg in the egg wasnt fertile and so hadnt The mother owl came and didnt like what she they had a fight on their hands to get back up the rope with one of the young birds which they had decided to When they first brought it it wouldnt eat but now it seems to be real tame and lives in a cage in the rear of Kenny Marks frailer homeat The other partners in this en terprise are Ande Bob Patterson and Lonnie De Weeks SI ate For Movies In Page Told This weeks Page movie sched ule is as follows June 17 Gun smoke A Western in color 79 Starring Audie Paul Susan June 19 All my Sons Drama 92 Starring Burt How ard June 20 The milk man Comedy 90 Star ring Donald Piper Lau Jimmy June 22 The Day of the Badman Western 81 Starring Fred John Joan June 24 Corvette K225 Sea warfare 91 Starring Randolf Ella James West Side Wreck Klub sched ule June Dont go near the Water Starring Glenn Ford and Gia Sea New RemofePay Dispute Halts All Work On Pages School Project for Second Time When John Chief Natu ralist of the National Park Serv got together with Jim Superintendent of Glen Canyon Recreational Area on June 7th and gave me an in terview on the future development planned for OUT I learned a great many things of who naturally is famil iar with all of the nations great National says this is one of the most scenic wilderness areas in Amer Its rock vege tation and type of terrain are un The general development plan has been worked out by John Mosely and other Architects of Region His At present it calls for five different recreation al areas along the Arizona and Utah side of the The south and eastern shores which are on Indian lands are outside of the Park Services When the lake is there will be a shore line of about 1700 miles of practically unexplored the only access to more than one of the sites will be by boat or and with tile general trend toward boating as a family the fu ture of our lake is Since owners of family type boats have grown from million to over 8 million in It is estimated that people who own them will spend approxi mately two and one half billion dollars this All of the recreational areas will have boating facilities and overnight plus food And all will have excellent camping and picnic Continued on Page 2 Group Plans Big Celebration For This July 4 By BOBBY ANDERSON The Page Recreation Associa tion will present for the good citi zens of Page twelve hours of July Fourth In the afternoon there will be a water carnival at the Manson Mesa There will also be a super dooper Little League ball A barbecue will be avail A big fireworks lasting more than an will begin at dark on the rim of the mesa near the After the fireworks there will be a slight pause in ac to allow mammas and papas to put their small fry to Then we will see you at the slab behind the Gulf Service There you can dance the night away to the sweet music o a real live Future Glen Canyon Park Plans Reported Area Seen As Greatest By Officials fiWplntxrn takri only shown progress made on the Dam project since Its In early Here Is visible the bridge which Is the highest single span structure In the world and allows Page citizens and visitors to cross readily into the state of Also below can be seen the tovhold nort thn of of mil sftrto iri connection with construction of the team moth high At the left of the picturecan be seen the water gushing out of the diversionary SIGNALfoto by USBR Square Dance Group Eyes Utah Festival By ISUBV STALMNGS There will be a Festival in Ka this June 20 and the week weve been invited to a big Square Dance at Becouse of a Eurton Banks didnt make it out to our dance last but we welcomed Ned and Lewana Sha who have just moved here from Boulder City Dwayne and Flora Maserange have been coming to watch us dance for months and finally de cided they wanted to So the Vander Veens and the Rodericks have been teaching them at Friday night they ventured into a few dances with us and are doing Nominations are now open for new officers and the election will be held about the 10th of Be thinking about whom you Page Woman Looks Back on Colorful Life Affer Receiving Her Citizenship Kenneth Reed Breaks Left Arm Kenneth Charles son of and Kenneth of Box fell from his bi Saturday evening and both fractured and dislocated his left arm at the Kazan recommended that his parents take him to a specialist m Phoenix for further af ter outpatient cars given him at the Page May 21 was the day Ed Tolman received her American Citizenship in Salt Lake To she lives here in Page at 406 Aspen with her who is a Filter Plant Oper ator for the Bora Katharine Kuning in Ger back in the days when the nobility ruled she has memories of a carefree early girlhood amid luxurious sur She studied Art History in Berlin and in Fashion Designing and even Architecture are more than a hobby with She loves to build houses and de corate them and then plan the gardens around Her first marriage was to Kon rad Unte in and to them was born a son who was named Carl Everhard As he grew she taught him to take care of the things that he had so that he could enjoy them for a long And she taught him about his forefath ers who came from Belgium and from She told him of the things that they had done of which he should be proud and urged him to feel a rsponsibility to carry on The glories of Hitler rose and and Carls father died in a concentration camp in Russia Ka tharine was left to make a living for herself and her son whom she wanted so much Reading in a paper of people in Salt Lake City who wished to sponsor refugees who desired to come to she picked out a name and wrote to the man bearing Her son wanted so badly to come to America for study and she had never felt bitter toward the Amer ican people even during the two so she felt that even if she should have to marry someone whom she had only corresponded in oder to be able to come As it turned this man was married and he and his wife both wrote to Katharine and offered to sponsor her and Arrangements were made and they flew over from Europe but when their plane arrived over New they could not land because of After circling around for over four hours and being almost out of their pilot took them over into Pennsylvania to It was March and a day of rejoicing for the Irish ajid for Katharine Unte and as they reached American They took a taxi into New York City and she says shell always remember the happy people all wearing green who thronged the streets as they threaded their way After reaching their destination in her sponsors found work for her with a large concern where she designed clothes for special oc making the patterns hcr to these United States of America j and then entered the it would be worth the I Continued on Page 2 Area Searched For Lost Scout A search was under way this week ina remote area along the Colorado River near Page for a County Sets Shot1 Clinic This Week The Coconino County Health Until a head count was mnde Temporary School Work Is Continuing Ray Bradshaw reports that con struction is going ahead on the six new classrooms which are being 15yearold tray scout missing overnight without food or He is Jesse Drury III of bllj Eas cnd Qf exist in Salt Lake ing temporary These The boy was in a group of scouts making a boat trip over the weekend from Hites Ferry on the river to Crossing of the Leaders of the group did not re alize the youngster was missing lings will be used all thru the actual building of Glen Canyon The teacher apartments are al ready in the beginning stages of construction and are located at the east end of the school Department will hold its regular monthly immunization clinic at the County Court House on Thurs day afternoon from to Protective shots will be given against whooping tetanus a booster shot is in order not to lose the All children who have not al er the group reached here Sam Fritz is supervising the con 1 i Authorities theorized the toy strucuon of those buildings for wandered away froma camp j Page City Constructors along the river Sunday night after the boat trip was They hoped young Drury would make his way back to the camp site and await help since the site was only a few hundred yards from where the buses picked up tlie Kane County sheriffs Dies at Hospital Elmer diet at 9 in the Page He had been ill for some rvilllt Sllullll 3 Ull ready received this protection highwav patrolmen and scouts re lme IIc by his II cnn in lint Mlflll from the family physician are elij turned to the area Monday night Bible for this free not find 1hp hov beforo Toung adults are being offered darkness fell in the wild protection against In re gard to the scries of polio shots 3rd shot is due 7 to Vi months after the 2nd shot was If you have any questions re garding when your immunizations are come and talk to the county nurse about or phone PR If your children have received no protection at now is the time to do not bring a child who has a The Crossing of the Fathers is in extreme southeastern Bertha and a son in Michi Another son is overseas in the yorvire and Klmor is in the hos pital here at Elmer and baby daugh only about 0 air miles north of i ter arc living at the Wall Glen Canyon Dam i Trailer New Schedule Set for Page Bus Service Earl Brothers announced today that a new schedule has been set New Style Bird Watch Set Up at Golf Course By JILKS ANDEKSON Bird watchers have teen hav ing a sorry time of it in but if they will just have pa tience they will soon be able to see a birdie once in a while trying to do volunteer commu nity spirited nonprofit type I help on the club building so that will le ready to go by the end of the The club house will have room and maybe even an Kajle for and all the whatever that is on the golf usual course down under the You dont have to In a Chair Most of the fairways and man of the Board or a VicePresi of the greens have bren dent to join the If you are lion by late Lake maximum number of members up by Continental Trailways which The course should be in a rood will prevent layovers for passen gers who wish to travel through to Salt Lake or to one may leave Page at 5 arrive in Flagstaff at just in time for Then you may have all day to do any type of business or mon key business and still get home toPage at leaving Flagstaff at if you dont know where that will be limited to what the fa we wont tell you has bren iitips can take care developed as a water supply for Those interested in a Social the sprinkler system and the Membership or a Golf and Social necessary pumps are being Membership the Glen died for i Canyon Golf and Country Work on the Country Club may secure applications from building will IK resumed in tho current club members or by call immediate Well need ing Ml MI 51MS1 or write a lot of experienced men uho BON or Box 113fa know HOW to do what they are in Hope Fading For Openii In Autumn By LOIS SANDERSON For tlie second time in 1wo months work came to a complete halt here this week on the permanent school buildings sched uled for occupancy next Pickets appeared Monday morn Ing around the Adams Con struction builders of the new and the issue again seem ed to be remote area subsistence The pickets have remained peaceful and so far no trouble has been reported at the building site by USER Rangers or other law enforcement A previous In the latter days of March and early over the same issue had threaten ed to halt construction on the new education buildings just long enough to prevent school from opening in Page next That one was at least tempora But this week Laborers Local 383 threw a picket line around the and the Unions busi ness Lew said plans were to keep the place picketed until we get subsistence I hope it doesnt last Reddick Bob Adams superin tendent on the school said ho didnt know a thing about the The last which went on for about ten had Page school officials fearful of being able to open for business on time next that Ray su perintendent of Whether school opens here or not in September depends on whether these permanent build ings are Bradshaw went on to explain that the buildings being presently used were too small for expected growth in school population next and that some of them would probably not be available for school We just cant start our com pete school without these build ngs now under he said at the Page Chamber Organization Plans Progress An active group of men and women are meeting for breakfast at Bill Lees Cafe every Tuesday morning at 7 They are Pages brand new Chamhtr of which is now in the process of be ng The constitution and bylaws have accepted and the slate of cmporary officers headed by Jim were asked to continue on until after As of no specific amount has been set for the When that is a campaign will be made for membership and an ex ecutive secretary Edith who is recording secretary states that daily in quiries are coming in regarding Page climate and Jim Collins reported that the Board of Supervisors of Coconino County thru their Immigration Fund are giving Page as a start for purposes of Doctor Says Hell Wait For New Man Lacy has assured us that he will continue his practice here un til Kazan received reinforce in the form of one or two full time physicians to help him in his Lacy has dedicated his life to working with the Indian people and at present has his Clinic at which he says means Sun He has a nurse on duty there all of the time while ho works out in the He is moving his family to where he intends tq open another clinic at the Christo pher He is not connected with any religious but just feels that this is his way of What he makes here in Lacy he uses at his Shonto   

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