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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - June 8, 1972, Winslow, Arizona                                THE 86001  Wy im IN June 1    2    June 3    4    5    6    7    Arizona Thursday June 8 1972 lo' Per 19  Tropical storm off the coast of Partly cloudy with scattered afternoon thunder showers Thursday Saturday partly cloudy with isolated ' PLANNING RETURNS JAIL Jury Rules Death By jury declared Monday that the death of 25, who was bund hanging in an building at 215 East Elm June 2, was an apparent Their verdict death by strangulation 3losed the school students discovered the body of Mr. I 25 year old Navajo A wire was around his neck and to a to police Kee had stab wounds in his with evidence of Ittle external Both f his wrists had been those wounds were not who was born n had been working in He was relatives in Winslow It the time of his He lad been admitted to Health Service Hospital in Winslow on May 31, and was released June 1, the afternoon prior to his Deportment Answers Two Winslow Fire Department reported two calls early Sunday one at 3:20 a.m. and the at 4:40 had just finished with and were filling up the truck when the other one broke Fire Chief Joe Hoffman first an empty was on old Clear Creek on the 600 block the other in a shed which was being in the 200 block of Jefferson of the fires are believed to have been deliberately forget Iron will be shown at the Washington School Auditorium tomorrow for only 400. is sponsored by the at Washington School auditorium on June 14, at 7:30 the Brownies Scouts of Troop 950 will present three separate colorful At the close of the their ceremonies will be Parents and friends are Explorer Scouts of Post 46 are counting on work projects to pay their way to the national Scout Olympics at Fort later this Alvie McKeever reminds 08 that W inflow has some excellent and really good sports in this Give them a the studies are in and the city council is ready to move bn the paving which have been in the stage for several The plan calls for the paving of 45 blocks in the if sufficient support from the local areas can be officials are deep in budget the money coming from and is it the same planning and zoning commission is preparing recommendations for park the use of Clear Creek water and the city city engineering department has applied for an enlargement and improvement of the Clear Creek picnic The application calls for the addition of 12 barbecue grading and upgrading the sprinkling more and an improved parking The entrance to the picnic grounds will be marked with rock and a small amount of fencing to enhance its is studying the possibilities of forming an alley paving district and is reviewing the downtown areas most in need of Under intensive study are eight blocks of 13 blocks on the west end of town First and Fourth and 14 blocks on the east side of town between First and Fourth the costs to the general public and the support of property are all being Connie Mack Team will play the Flagstaff Giants at Vargas Friday at 7:30 Indian Center has planned an Center which will be June 17, Lamb fiy bread and a drink will be served at the Center from 2-5 p.m. on that The cost of this meal ii only 75^. Indian entertainment will be All Indians are urged to attend and bring their arts and crafts for viewing and or for The public Is cordially invited to join in the candidate for Navajo County Board of spoke to the Winslow High School government classes recently on problems which tlie county will have to face during the coming Win At Winslow Boy Explorer Post 46 took second place in the Explorer Olympics at Flagstaff last post is now eligible to compete in the National Explorer to be held in Fort Colo. June 24-28.  top three will earn an trip to Germany to view the Olympics in following members of the Explorer Post participated in the Flagstaff Mcky 100 second 220 yard Alan general Walt 119 Neal Chick 150 Chuck back Eddie dead-weight bench Woody cross Dale Marty Durkin long jump high loo 220 Mark 440 880 Dan swim back Earl Wright 155 Jeff tennis 880 Mike Gifford and Rex Shumway played volley ball and taking first in volleyball and third in silver and bronze medals were distributed to second and third place and every Winslow Explorer won at least one advisor stated that the group needs work in order to raise the Colorado with ideas or or can help the boys with a may contact at 289-4542.  you registered to You won't be eligible to vote this fall unless It only takes a few so why not register today if you need to do pf we SUPERVISORS and members of a special land management study group under various camping alternatives and highway accessibility during a field trip on the Mogollon Advisory Special Land Use studies in timber management and transportation systems were among the topics discussed by the advisory councils of the and Coconino National Forests meeting at Payson last session introduced a land resources the first stage of should be completed in the impact of the land and aesthetic the demands of the forest have become too great to be determined by traditional Leonard for the joint meeting influences have been designated as a major problem in the Mogollon Rim and this special session was called to probe the problems held in common by the three U. S. Forests on the have been directed by law to manage all the various resources of the National so that they are utilized in a combination which best meets the the American Lindquist the problems associated with land he advised the councils that Forest Service is evaluating conditions and potentials of the land and is studying the demands made by people for each resource must set ourselves to determine the effects of man's activities upon the Lindquist to Fred Supervisor of the Tonto National and with its involvement in joint use and must consider the bow the back the dirt bike the elderly couple who love the beauty of the forest but are unable to cope with a camp or primitive the lumberman and the Forest pointed out that clean the special character of a must also be considered in long range with of both realized and planning units of small or similar areas placed the Mogollon Rim in a unique position for the in the of those who attended the study was the fact that our basic land soil and are not while population demands strain our ability to provide building materials and are the needs of public Tixier should land-use be range natural the use of enhancement of fish and wildlife control of insects and the designations of roadless areas are all to be tackled in the Rim area planning members of the joint use advisory council attended the Another session is planned for late Planning Agency specifications for the new Winslow Police facility been returned to the and local officials have authorized architect Henry Arnold to with revised meeting was held in Phoenix May 25-26. with Chief Walter Pal Jerry Jacka and the architect in attendance a member of Planning subr mitted various changes in before granting his approval for the of the the and stipulated that individual type rooms for each together a living area for each prisoner classification be jail population was dropped from 67 to 57 for the new proposed eight room were designated maximum 10 medium six minimum eight women's rooms and 25 on jail portion of the program as presented by is to have a sally visiting toilets for office and reception rooms and a The port is a secure enclosure for prisoner intake at the exterior of the control booking room is to have a holding and facilities for and to clothing nal closed circuit TV viewing from point of residential area will cont ain individual sleeping with individual toilets and in each living natural light with to outdoor constant dining tables within the area and will house individual gang toilets and day room with intermit tent natural light and access to outdoor for the women will lin the same as the medium types of visiting were propo security visiting to constructed with glass wall with sound attorney family visiting in a small room with i or the room call for it tp contain an with and toilet a an infirmary for two it could be for city the architect to begin a new with these fei in trying to work ourselves out of member of the Madonna House and director of the Winslow Madonna explains the work of Ae lay members of the order as a people to realize that we're all she here to study the needs of the entire and if we can. to serve as a a to bring people than anything Theresa believes that the people need to work even if it means giving up some of our a small enough town she whatever we set our minds to we can If we can let go of the differences between us and accept each we can in Theresa attended John Carroll and Marquette University in Milwaukee before she entered the Madonna Then she took their which included studies in household management and many other down-to-earth first assignment was as a youth counselor in the She came to Winslow eight years members of the Madonna House are dedicated under she They are accepted for seven and at end of that period m ake their prom ises of chastity and for Theresa members of Madonna House serve on Page 2-A  H. second from imade his last run and was by family and friends aiV he stepped off the Amtrak Train here in Lowry st arted railroading in 1925 on the Line in i Okla. and worked for a short on the Missouri fie and Denver and Rio Grande After joining t he Santa Fe he came to Winslow in 1936 from He was promoted to conductor here Oct. 12. 1942.   Joins Drive To Put Revenue Sharing On is joining with other communities across the state of Arizona in an initiative petition drive sponsored by the League of Arizona Cities and Thomas Whipple petition drive will allow the revenue sharing which was recently defeated by two votes in the Arizona to appear on the November If the measure Is approved by the voters in the will receive as its first year allocation in 1973.  amount is a portion of monies which are already on which were collected last according to local city initiative measure contains the following to the state of all income on to the state of a ill luxury taxation on and establish of an urban revenue s haring fund consisting of 15 percent of the net income taxes collected by the si the distribution of the urban revenue sharing fund the basis of population to Arizona cities and a ui system for the ion of local sales and use will inate the necessity of th e city to collect 1 taxes from the sale of liquor and room reni proposed as additional rev enue for major - thrust of the revenue shari ng measure i on Page 3-A   

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