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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - June 19, 1992, Winslow, Arizona                                USPS 247-160  SLOW  Clasi Postage at Win Ariz. 86047  1894 Volume 99 Number 38  3 Sections 1 June 19,1992  Copy 25 Kenton as sits with his blanket and listens as Renee Swecker as how she is going to be a queen when she grows were practicing for the A Good Charlie which will open on July 3.  by Ada Juanita Planned Monday For Summer Reading Ada Juanita kids who involved in an organized sport or some other organized the weeks of although looked forward to with can often be filled with boring The Roxanne Whipple Memorial Summer Reading Program is scheduled for programs designed around the The Arizona Reading Program is sponsored by the Arizona Cenier for the Book and the Arizona Department of Archives and Public and by the conservation Ken wildlife manager for the Arizona Game and Fish will talk about his Leon of Arizona Public Service will give a on conserving David Simonton of the Cholla Power Plant will talk about the electricity produced at There will be a speaker from the Ranger Station to talk about the U.S. Forest Service's role in and a speaker from Ruins National Park to talk about archaeological the children's asked that parents come to the on the corner of Gilmore and to register their children for the Although there is no there is limited There is only for a total of 60 children in the with 20 kids attending at one The will be held during library hours on June 22.  reading program will run from July 7 through July 30. ages three and to five year will attend lor hall an hour from 11 to 11:30 a.m. on July 8. 1.^, 22 and 29.  from 6 years to second grades will attend 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on July 7, 14,21 and 28.  from third lo grades will attend from 10:30 lo 11:30 a.m. on July 16, 23 and 30.  will use the east en trance the where the pro gram will hejd ui ihe children's library The resi ol the library is closed at this go along with the crafts made by the kids will Iv recycled that some items that the program needs include plastic lids from coffee the plastic six-pack carriers from empty toilet paper old egg yarn and flat packing and the plastic eggs from She also needs a dried head to demonstrate how plants recycle themselves from If anyone has any of these they may be left at the front desk of the library or in tlie children's encourage the kids to said as the students read a little hoi will travel across the rainbow to the 1 want them to enjoy and to enjoy so I don't put a quota on the Most of the time they surpass that amount said that she tried to correlate the books on the shelves with what the kids were studying in When school was in the students were studying said that she has had a good response to al On Thursday parents are encouraged to visit the library with their children when the library is open until 8 Will Address Winslow City Sam Arizona Governor Bruce Babbitt will address the Winslow City Council at its regular meeting at 7 p.m. on June 23, in council Gov. Babbitt will speak on the city's water will also be a public hearing on the proposed city budget and property lax It is that the council will adopt a budget at the council will also going to bid on phase three of ihe housing rehabilitation council will also consider a resolution on the of Southside Park for The funding of this project will be provided by Will Apply For Million Grant For Wastewater Treatment you fall the more tune have lo calch Sam Winslow City Council voted in a session held Tuesday lo approve submission of an application for water and waste disposal loans and grants from the Farmers Home in the amount ol granis for the explained that the application was lor loans and She said that the my was a percent but thai It was unusual lor l 10 award She lhat they were aware ol the special circumstances with the consent de cree and thai they mighi consider a thai the was a preliminary appli cation that could and would be ad For Housing be an extensive of the planting of trees and a sprinkler system appointment to the Winslow Alliance Against Substance Abuse Executive will be ordinance regarding ho has access to city personnel files will be of funds from the bicycle auction will be discussed and determined by the a retired Santa Fe has asked lo address the council on the preliminary insurance rate According to areas included in a plain have been Sam a Tuesday the Winslow Cily Council heard a proposal from James Chase and Art Baukol to build a 96-unil housing in north west The two represent James and Associates and Baukol Construction which have consolidated to create Rural much the council voted to have a committee and city staff meet with Rural Housing representatives to work out a possible Mayor Georgia Metzger appointed the committee of Councilmen Dan Bert Peterson and Lucio to represent the said that Farmers Home Administration financing has been hard to get in Winslow of a already in He said that changes in the tax laws in 1986 were responsible for most of those Chase said that regular funds would still be hard to but that the agency had specialized funds for nonprofit organizations which the political situation dictates must be The company has a nonprofit organization lined up to work on He said he felt lhat the chances of obtaining those funds was quite funds would be used for the first phase of the consisting of 40 this would include eight 28 and four Housing and Urban Development funds would be needed to finance the other half ol the project would not make but would be needed to make the project viable according to second phase would include 56 12 36 units and eight the initial open there was a great deal Planned In June 16 at 9:24 park workers found the body of Timothy Allen 43, in the water at Clear Detective Sergeant Jim Currier of the Winslow Police Department said although a appears to be a the Criminal Investigations Division treats all deaths as An autopsy was Currier said that anyone with information as to Uie whereabouts of Lewis prior to his death is urged to contact him ai the Winslow Police ai 2431 or call Crime Stop at 289-21(X).  Cily Bob Chacon said lhat the grant was made lo cover a worst case scenario al the He lhat it envisioned such things as creating a riparian area or building a cily council was to meet on Thursday lo hear ihe report oi Damon S. Williams the engineering firm that has the waste disposal problems and which will recommend possible The grant is expected to even the mosi drastic of those National Weather Service is lor sunny skies I he high will be in the mid to upper HO's and the lows are expected Ui near the city's obligation lo construct Much of the has already been included in city plans and the an executive Councilman Simmons is the total dollar amount you plan to invest in the 96 unit answered that the company to invest S 1.5 million in phase one and S 1.85 million in phase lor a total of Dale Patton asked for and names of cities and projects here ihe He was told that they would be Metzger then appointed the which will meet in two Cily Administrator Bob Chacon on Wednesday that ihe project He said that both had questions that needed answering and things that needed looking both want to do he and added lhat he thought it would Chacon said he fell dial by working out things in some of the mistakes of past agreements could be May Force Others To Address The Sam Senator Dennis DeConcini said on Friday that he hoped the presence of third party candidate Ross Perot would force President George Bush and Arkansas Governor Clinton to address the real issues facing this senator was responding to a question during a telephone conference as to how the general lack of confidence in could be said said that the only thing he thought would work would be lo begin to tell constituents the not just whai is He said lhat the best example was that ihe public should be told that the deficit problem will not be or even greatly by cutting discretionary spending and eliminating fraud and truth is that you have lo pay for Sen DeConcini He added thai a combination of taxes and program cuts would be IS telling ii like ii is. die Arizona senator will be a factor On Page 10  Okays Increase In Waste Management Sam Winslow City Council an ordinance Monday which it had been unable to pass at its previous meeting due to lack of the number of votes needed to enact the emergency The ordinance provided for a 3.9 percent increase in the rales charged by Waste Management of Terry Nagle again voted in opposition lo the He said that after reading ihe contract with Waste Northern he did noi tee I that the company was in compliance with several He said lhat they were not cleaning ihc not that pick-up services were available for the elderly or and not picking up spillage Iroin ihe Georgia said lhal this was something lor ihe administration lo and the opinion thai she would be glad to see 1993 as the contract will Arnold he would like to add a concern to Nagle's thai being that lids were often noi and ot ten were not The mayor saul that was something ihe should the council the Winslow Department of Public Housing to go to bid lor a multi-purpose building ai Henderson Donation Is Received By Ihe Winslow Board meeting held June 17, a check from the Sunrise Lions Club presented to die high for an training program lo tram teachers in counseling The high school counselors will be working closely on this pi lot budget was approved and a summary will be printed next week in The Winslow Ihe was by two in ease more funding was approved bs Ihe legislature than what in City Parks Director Don joined with members of Soroptimist Organisation for the of the recently gales al ihc to Desert View a the members completed in early Fishel thanked the members for their and expressed appreciation for iht I ht lo righn Martha Don linda 1 aiia Sur  

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