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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Winslow, Arizona                                1894  29  Class Postage Paid At Arizona 86047.  Aug. 23, 1973  Indian Center 8 WINSLOW INDIAN closed for several is being cleaned painted and and will be open The located at 529 West Second had been Several truck loads of trash and debris were hauled out of the center when the clean-up was Road Discussed Arizona Highway Department will hold a public forum in Winslow on Aug. 23 at 2 p.m. to discuss location and design for a proposed new route connecting 1-40 and the Hopi Industrial of the Winslow Chamber of the Hopi Knitwear and county and state officials are expected to attend the informal meeting which will convene in the council chambers of the Civic for both the location and the design of the route will be Highway Department representatives will answer questions and solicit comments and access road would run from the West Winslow traffic interchange on 1-40, southward across the railroad to the Hopi Industrial It would eliminate the at the underpass in downtown which restricts the movement of heavy vehicles to the industrial weilds a paint gun inside the Winslow Indian The building is being cleaned up and from floor to Indian at 529 West Second will open with a new board of and advisers named to the call went out recently from the Chamber of Commerce and the City of Winslow for someone to undertake the direction of the and for someone to live in the building as volunteered his services to get the project Chamber of as associate advisors to the has announced the names of the board of as Jerry Sam vice James secretary - and board members Juanita Shirley Joan Finch and Millard Advisers will be Mrs. Glenn Cain and Ed going to be a center operated and maintained by Indian for Indian Wilker He explained that the center will be operated as a hospitality It is he intended to be a sick or a referral or a Indian Dormitory Expects Year Winslow Dormitory staff is for the greatest school year for 1973-74," says Mrs. Opal is the last year for the current dormitory hope it will be Mrs. Langford to the time the teachers sign their contracts next is the 20th year of for Yavapai College classes will be held at Winslow High School Aug. 28, Courses offered this year are business calculation and know your introduction to conversational office metal business clothing mathematical concepts and application and introduction to according to Mrs. The BIA has submitted a proposal that the dormitory continue on its present and that the contract remain in This has not been answered at the state year there will be 250 students housed at the One hundred fifty of these will be high Mrs. Langford observed that the local school system hires about 10 extra teachers to take care of the dormitory year the staff at the under Mrs. 6:30 p.m. ford's will include 12  Muscular Dystrophy Carnival is really shaping to general Jane Carol They ave a number of donations so but need lots Some of the items which will be auctioned off on the Labor Day weekend are a saddle a coral a used color television two Mediterranean style lamps and a surprise package from which will remain unopened so everyone may have a chance to studying Winslow Memorial Hospital's request to increase rates and the Arizona Health Planning has decided that the increases are necessary for the institution to remain The increases they will not eliminate the deficit but will reduce it Primary problems cited are relatively low occupance rate and the investment costs which resulted from the construction of the new They have advised WMH that rates for the proposed 37 bed nursing home be and noted that it was essential that that facility be copies of the Winslow County Fair tabloid are available at no charge at The Mail The special publication includes a schedule Df including information on the talent horse Miss Navajo County of the rules and regulations for the fair officials are arranging with Nesbitt Contracting Inc. of Mesa to apply a overlay to a taxiway at Winslow Nesbitt's has contracted with the State Highway Department for on the 1-40 The for the city will take only three or four days to officials and the plant setup at the airport will probably be used for both is exploring future uses for the old city hall fire station their plans are proceeding to purchase Sportsman Building for a new fire A senior center has been proposed and officials are looking for unds to use to put the old city hall building in shape for the use Winslow's elderly and As a center for the senior the building would also be available for other uses as school teachers went back to work with eachers meetings scheduled throughout the Marie and St. Joseph's School announce the schedule of School will begin Aug. 27, with - asses to be held from 8:45 until On 28, glasses will be held again from 8:45 until On first full day of classes will be held from 8:45 3 p.m. three night five kitchen four part time an office and counselor Lois Rogers and Carl Two dormitory Gregorio Gonzales and Sadie Curley will supervise the four local teachers come to the dormitory and work as tutors four evenings a week during study hall Wednesday Mrs. Langford several students from Northern Arizona University will work at the dormitory presenting a series of lessons dealing with English as a second funds from the Children provided paneling for the two living rooms at the Paint for the kitchen and dining room was furnished through plant a new picnic area was and new metal lockers for the high school girls side were dormitory students are expected to arrive on Sunday and a special registration will be conducted for them at 1  Langford noted that this year 62 Hopi high school students will live at the All the rest of the dorm students will be Hopi PTA will meet tonight at the Fail To Bid On call for bids for renovation and enlarging the complex in Winslow went unanswered for the second time as contractors failed to bid on the project last bid opening on Thursday drew a blank and the Board of Supervisors indicated they would now seek to negotiate with a contractor on a price to do the State law would allow the supervisors to hire whoever can do the job at a negotiated price since they have met requirements of advertising for bids without proposed work would amount to some new construction to the facility as well as complete remodelling of the interior to provide more chairman of the Navajo County Board of need more space there in order to achieve greater work efficiency and ease in handling the supervisors will now contact the Economic Development U.S. Department of which has approved federal funding of the advise them they plan to negotiate a It will be a place where the Indians from the reservation can come take care of their take light and find some entertainment at hand for the possibly while the family sister and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin will live in the building with their children Alvin and Rodney center has a tentative opening date of Sept. 8, if it can be made liveable by It will be operated as an non-profit Wilker the building has been cleaned out and is being repaired and Earlier this vandals entered the building and did considerable damage to falls and and dumped approximately three of and debris which have been The clean-up crew has put in well over 100 hours of work on the according to Chamber of has requested donations of usable furniture hand towels and wash toys and kitchen are no pots or pans in the Wilker thie center can use any monetary support which it can city has budgeted approximately per month for the operation of the is a Wilker it's not It Means following statistical information will indicate the impact df the million APS Cholla Plant expansion in the local (new) Students (new) Retail Sales (new) Annual Permanent Payroll at Cholla Firm's Annual Property + + + + + on these items unable to be estimated at this President Population May Increase 4,000 In 75  94 92 86 94 96 92 86 91  61 60 54 56 61 61 56  Tr Tr 15 Aug. 16 Aug. 17 Aug. 18 Aug. 19 Aug. 20 Aug. 21 Aug. 22 afternoon and evening Little change in Meet On County Planning Commission will meet at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Board of Supervisors Room at the county The public is invited to Sharing Proposed For Topographical City of Winslow is taking the initiative to work out an effective program of flood plain development and this the city is attempting to gain the cooperation of the Navajo County Board of Supervisors and the New Mexico Arizona Land requesting that they all in obtaining a complete and detailed topographic mapping of the from which the high and certain insurance problems can be of the topographic mapping will run about the costs would benefit all of city officials of the ground involved in the flood plain area lies along the North Park in Bushman along the Little Colorado and in the vicinity of the Ray and was gist of the announcement made at a luncheon held for local county and state leaders on Thursday by Arizona Public Service officials when they said that APS is ready to start work on the million expansion project at the Cholla Plant near Joseph tp Holbrook to make the announcement was the company's Also attending the luncheon were other top executives of APS as well as executives of Bechtel Power the firm which will be the prime figures given by Reilly brought home the impact the project will have on the Population will increase by more than 500 new people in the area before the first of the year and the population increase will to nearly 4,000 in a year and a according to preliminary figures given to Reilly by the Bechtel Corp. Retail expenditures by the PROPOSALS INVITED new families will proposals are local sales million by the now being invited by the end of the year and will Navajo County account for a boom to College Agents are million in new sales in 1975. invited to contact Ed Schools will be greatly the college district's pre- affected in the area when an for complete 147 new Registration Continues This in all elementary kindergarten through sixth will be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow 24).  grade will register at the Junior High School today at 9a.m. Eighth graders will register on Aug. 24, at 9 school registration was last Thursday and with 850 students schedules will be approximately the same as last year according to school except for students from and Southside who will be going to Bonnie Jefferson and Lincoln No. 5 to Bonnie Brennan will load at at 8:40; and at Southside at 8:45. Bus No. 5 to School will load at ' at 8:20; and at Southside at 8:25. Bus No. 7, to Jefferson School will load at at 8:35; and at Southside at 8:45.  class bells by December of this New student enrollment will peak at more than 1,000 in late 1975.  using preliminary information furnished by provide for the needs of increased will require more more motels and other community The area will need more municipal more ' teachers and law enforcement payroll at which currently is is expected to be annually after the project is He extensive planning will have to be done to meet the needs during the construction looking beyond the construction community efforts must point toward securing additional employment opportunities so that the level of business activity can be APS chief executive at along with the people from Bechtel Power are looking forward to close associations with you and your fellow townspeople and businessmen during the years You can count on us to do everything we can to make the period of construction a beneficial and enjoyable experience for this pledged company in reaching solutions to some of the problems which might lie ahead for the May hint of further development at in addition to the million project currently getting was given by APS when he answered a question concerning future growth of the electric have on the drawing boards what we call Plant he X will a 315,000 kilowatt but its site has not been developed or he went on to X's chances are better than ever that it will be at He emphasized that it is still on the drawing boards and is years away from Public Service was formed in 1952 from three companys valued at a total of APS has grown to million with a construction budget this year of said he expected the construction budget in the next 10 years to total students to Bonnie Brennan will board bus No. 8 at at 12:25; and at at 12:30.  students from Southside will get on the bus at the corner of Jefferson Street and Robert new teachers have been assigned to Winslow classrooms this They are Miss Virginia who will teach high school Mrs. Marsha English teacher for junior Miss Elaine elementary music Mrs. Susan junior high Mrs. Elizabeth high school girls physical W. Max sixth Jefferson Alan sixth Jefferson Mrs. Barbara reading Mrs. a- 1 , third granddaughter girls high and Mrs. Frank gives Snowflake a goodby Cecilia 0. the as the school bell rings for some 2700 Jefferson Jacob high school turn to page 13)  Classes in the Winslow Elementary the Junior High School and St. Joseph's School will all begin next f  

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