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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - March 8, 1973, Winslow, Arizona THE arizona 86001 1894 Volume 79 Number 5 Class Postage Arizona 86047 March 8, 1973 Hopis Present eventual solution to the longstanding land dispute between the Kopi and Navajo tribes appeared somewhat brighter yesterday as a U.S. Senate committee hearing was held in Winslow at the civic actual solution was proposed at the and none was both parties as well as the Senate committee members agreed it was time to resolve the of the Senate Indian Affairs Sub-committee holding the hearings were Senator James Abourezk of South and Senator Paul Fannin of was - looking A third seven decades of vacillating tor Dewey F. Bartlett of the was unable to SAM opened the testimony at field hearings urged prompt settlement the stressing Bus Ordered or Winslow of New The he will president of BVD seat 54 adult passengers has announced that his to 74 school is purchasing a bus 3 be used to transport BVD employees to nd from the reservations and The a Thomas was ordered last and will be delivered h June from the factory at Point according to lewey local BVD Million income of reported for Navajo lunty during d on collections in to statistics by the State Tax state reported sales tax of for 16 of which as returned to the county five incorporated cities the Show ' and and is being fully equipped with heating and air an FM stereo tape deck and the finest of It will be painted white with red and will be identified with a to this point the Action Program has furnished two small buses a day for transportation to and from the plant which is located in the Hooi Industrial Park in slow said that the present employment at the garment factory is 250. of other hearings involving his Sam Steiger of who has presented a in Congress to partition the disputed He also joined the senators to listen to testimony from the Indian chairman of the Navajo Tribal Council was the principal speaker at the morning Other members of the Navajo Tribe also chairman of the Hopi Tribal and other Hopi leaders presented their tribe's views on the issue during the afternoon this issue we are publishing statements from both MacDonald and Hamilton lining their views on the standing only crowd attended the Police officials estimated that approximately 1,000 persons were in Because of limited some persons had to stand outside the civic center and listen to the proceedings on a agreed that it would be best if the two tribes could settle the matter between spokesmen indicated that this might not be possible for a variety of Abourezk noted that he felt that if other avenues of solution were he believed that the matter such should not be to another added that he felt that the will that the issue be solved in some Whether the Senate would favorably PAUL FANNIN of Arizona and Senator James Abourezk of South Dakota ponder possible solutions to the land ABOUREZK listened to testimony presented at the land dispute hearings in Winslow's civic Others taking part in the hearings are Rep. Sam Steiger and Senator Paul Seated at the right of Senator Abourezk are three staff members of the Class Presents On for reducing the number of Navajo livestock in the while the other plan calls for a division of the leases between the two to the full Senate Indian Affairs the afternoon Hopi Tribal Chairman Motor Vehicle Inspection Days has been by Mayor Thomas Whipple this Friday and support of the Governor's traffic safety The project is being headed by the local representatives of Arizona's Governor They are an official part of the state's highway and traffic safety All of Winslow are by the to participate in lis program by taking their vehicles to the voluntary safety set up at the parking lot between of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on these to be inspected by of the Winslow Police Department and the Arizona for IDEA have been Bob the presidency of the organization for the coming Sam Steiger welcomed Senator James warm and wonderful from chilly Wounded Knee yesterday morning at the office in Winslow has been because of cutoffs at the end of At this point it is not If the office will be the first time in more than five Winslow is hosting which will be Mar. 17. have registered for this event according to Ron More than 270 students to participate in the various sider the Steiger or has been made at similar seven was not clear at the and sees steiger estimated that about growth for the Navajo families to qqq are now living disputed These people would have to be moved if the provisions of one alternative solution now under consideration by a federal court is carried proposed in his the allocation of million to provide for the moving of these Navajo spokesmen said they believed the cost would be much more than perhaps as much as agreed that the relocation of people involved much more than Senator Abourezk wondered if anyone had tried to assess the involved in such a relocation replied that the relocation of the families would present hardship for which no kind of actuarial terms are Steiger noted that he wasn't at the hearings to defend this he he was seeking some solution to the problem since it had appeared that it could not be had not settled by negotiation between the tribes plans have been submitted to the U.S. District Court in Tucson in an effort to resolve the One plans have been the advisement by Federal Judge James A. He has set no date for a hearing on the which were formulated by BIA tribes have also submitted alternate plans for Judge Walsh's Senate committee that he and the tribe feel that possibilities of negotiating with the Navajo Tribe have been virtually tried for ten he we will negotiate if the Navajos don't the time to move were continuing yesterday after our Committee members are expected to fly over the disputed land today by helicopter provided that weather conditions are the hearings are the subcommittee will report its findings and a few years ago when everyone was talking about the mouse that On that tiny Grand Fendwick made fools of most of the world powers as they iset about making themselves recipients foreign aid becoming a defeated a few years of the mouse is roaring back into international This Grand Fendwick has decided to enter the space Actually all they wanted was a little money from magnificent source of all Cathy JoAnn Mary Polly Sandi Antonette Chuck Greg Mike Ray Bobby and Wayne manager for this production is Bruce Jeannie Lyet is the Tickets are now available from members of the Junior Class or at the Adults are and students 75c. Clinic Director Heck Announces noted that an estimated the United States Hopi families are waiting to move into the area and prepared to build permanent homes of stone and afternoon hearings opened to an audience as large larger than that attending the morning Of The announcing the sale of our business to Mr. Ralph H. of we take this means of extending our sincere thanks and appreciation for the splendid patronage that has been afforded us during our ownership and operation of the Chevrolet wrote Chris Christensen and Charlie 44 years as Ralph Cake announced the purchase of the Chevrolet Company and Chevrolet franchise in a modernly equipped garage for servicing and of not only Chevrolet but all This Poul familiar with the land dispute the matter can be resolved in such a entirely acceptable to hearings in Winslow yesterday indicated a by governmental and tribal leaders that the issue in a peaceful shinn continue the discussions in produce a just and deliberations will take is not certain obvious that a problem that has been 1 ^ years will not be settled parties deserve praise for their efforts a workable and with exclusive Chevrolet sales and service we predict for Mr. Cake a bright business and we bespeak for him from our old friends and a continuation of this the printed in a 1929 issue of The Winslow Mail dealer Ralph Cake has always sold He sold them in Hollywood before he came to His agency was opened on Second Street where the Sears store is now Cake at that maintained storeroom facilities where the Winslow Mail is now He moved his business to what is now the Valley National Bank parking lot in 1935, and to his present in 1949. was born in Los Angeles Aug. 2,1890. He went to school in and was one of the students in the first high which was started in Tucson after the university prep schools were phased He spent his first high school years studying in the an adobe structure with two small rooms which served the 45 graduated from High School in Los on Page 8 The rulers of Grand Fendwick really only wanted to update their but through an absurd series of generously laced with Leonard typical satiric barbs at international Grand Fendwick becomes the third party in the race to details will be portrayed in this year's Junior Class on Thursday and Friday Mar. 8 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the high school The plays features Laura Fore as Cynthia the long suffering and David Scheid as Vincent Mount a brilliant young physicist recently returned from college in Vincent and Professor played by Joe set things in motion for an actual space shot with the U.S. aid money received rather than repair of the castle's plumbing system as originally in the cast are Brenda Elaine Mary Janet Carolyn Susie Carla T. executive director of the Navajo County Guidance Clinic has announced that he is resigning his position as of March 22. Heck related that he has accepted a position with the State Health Department as Program Coordinator of the Addictive Services wife and I are by leaving Navajo Heck have made many friends and have both enjoyed the warmth and closeness of living in a small We are not leaving for negative We are leaving because of the opportunity for professional and educational Navajo County Guidance Clinic will continue its activities without The combined staff now numbers 17 and my leaving will not affect the present We have been fortunate in recruiting a high caliber staff with various professional The Clinic will continue to and Comprehensive services to the the drug abuser and youth are out of the planning stages and near the implementation reflecting on the past two years Heck stated that have had many there has been considerable community support from many of the civic the Navajo County Mental Health the county and city and Participation and interest in mental health services by these groups has most certainly contributed to the clinic's growth and helped to endure our My thanks to all of Will Host Sports Elks Lodge 536 will host the Winter Sports Banquet on Mar. 13, in the Elks Auditorium at 6:30 p.m. The Elks will honor the varsity wrestling varsity basketball the and the varsity lie and guests will be selling at All tickets will be sold on a reservation basis and no tickets will be sold at the Tickets may be purchased at high school office during school Friday Mar. 9. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 t showers thru Saturday below THE ROYAL tries to persuade the cancellation of the rocket From Chuck Mary Elaine Laura Brenda Mike 3 p
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