Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - August 18, 1939, Winslow, Arizona Serving Heart of the picturesque Indian city nearest world-famous Meteor division point on the route of the providing the only airmail service in northern J VOLUME 58 NAVAJO AUGUST 18, 1939/ Building Of Most Modern Structure To Be Completed In About Fve Weeks Work on the new Santa Fe emergency hospital at the corner of Williamson Avenue and First street is and the contractors this week said it will be completed in five The steel the development in has been completed and assures a building protected vermin and even All electrical wiring in the structure is of metal meeting the highest requirements for Work on the concrete has been and the laying of the tile roof will be completed it was have started their work and a thick insulation is now being installed to the building against the noises of locomotives .to keep out the heat and As one of the main features of the modern wide doorways halls are provided to permit the movement of hospital beds in and out any of the The main entrance will be there will be street to the or emergency outside doors in the off the wards patients may bei wheeled the The will have two wards one bed a single an a room for the nurse BIKE BLESSING nave a While little L. gicl Rev. Ulick O'Sullivan Buckley of Christopher's Roman Catholic Church bestows blessing on her Many types of vehicles were blessed in St. patron saint of hot agree with what you I defend to the death right to Bay 100 PER CENT Col. William originator - of interesting the Capitol he has conducted for almost ten years the Phoenix the exception of brief vacation invaded Arizona last week end to spend visiting interest The Enchanted an opportunity to get out urged the to pitch a few curves for Us this but he refused We believe he had two good the fact that only dumbest take a walk their no artist will put trained any old piece of I Although he has resided in Arizona for over ten his ignorance of the enchanting beauty of is Accompanied his family he drove north through Oak Creek Canyon and raves about the enthralling beauty of. that den spot the avows he has changed his plans and before his vacation go back to 5Oak Creek for a day or two just sit on a There he will find complete from the of a capitol away from the demon like time and the waits for no away from the vague variations and hypocritical those who flounder about in the realm of where rush in V he returns to the sweltering River valley and the putrid realm of the daily he Page Royal ArcK Masons Will Meet Tonight A- special meeting of Temple - Chapter No. 8, Royal Arch will be in the Masonic Temple tonight at 8:00 The Most Excellent Master gree will be conferred upon a class of Plans will be discussed for the second annual outdoor Royal Arch degree to be held near Winslow * Masons As -one of a series of safety meetings for Santa Fe railway employes scheduled various on the Coast S. GV way at conducted a meeting ofs local Wednesday morning in the master mechanic's He showed two pictures entitled Fall which various kinds of accidents to and for which relates to the necessity of immediate care for small wounds and He the pictures in the at a meeting of all the house Local railway employes learned that 67' industrial - workers per day are killed in States from To stress the of immediately treating minor cuts and those at the were told that 125,-000, cases of infections due to small resulted in blood poisoning or A. B. Nelson Will Stage Picnic For Local Organization Will Draft Ordinances To Replace Old Ones Three committees of the Associated which have been Working on new codes covering wiring and and on a new ordinance for the licensing of local Bob president this ' said that the new licensing will be ready for presentation to the city council at its next meeting the first part of and the city individually with the proposed codes said they favored a revision of the Old ordinances and the drafting of the new Evans The city never has had a plumbing Evans pointed and the other ordinances covering the building trades have become obsolete because of new developments in The Winslow Associated Contractors was formed in and last week elected for the coming They Bob Harry and Hugh The executive committee consists of Tom and Harry Dan Walter Olds and Bob The membership of the organization is expected to number about 30, Evans It is not with the but soon recognition H. C. state registrar of s suggestion group was After it is officially approved by the - will his authority the applications t of local contractors before they are sent to the state The local contractors have Evans in the interest of building activities in the to protect home owners and provide them with better construction ' A. B. Nelson will stage his fifth annual picnic for members of the Rotary Club and their families Wednesday evening at Clear it was announced at the of the club The affair will start at 7:00 and there will be no noon meeting of the club At the E. H. was chairman of the A moving picture released by Anheuser-Busch was its theme being confidence in the future of - Bob secretary of the Associated Civic Clubs of Northern was a guest and on Page Cannot Remove Dirt From City Property Is Police Warning Two men were fined in police week hauling away dirt from the city's property west of the and following the action the police department warned public to observe the signs posted on the plot which state clearly that the dirt thereon must not be The land is leased by the city and the dirt is used to make adobes for local building and police said this week that some people have been hauling away the dirt for their personal in spite of the property designated to TEAM TO ENTER MEET A swimming team sponsored by the local order of DeMolay will go to Sunday to participate in this northern Arizona swimming and diving It will be in charge of James Members of are Billy Albert Joe and Dante These boys were oh the independent team that entered Prescott last year and won top are the events the swimmers will back free style and two and two Kutcher - breast back stroke and two breast stroke and two and With the exception of the swimmers have submitted their applications for the state A. A. U. swimming and diving championships to be held in Phoenix August 25 and 26. Harold expert who last year won the diving title for the state of also is expected to enter the Phoenix Phoenix Firm Is Low 9 - Bidder On New Bridge Over Canyon Diablo The Phoenix firm of Lewis brothers is low bidder for the construction of a new bridge Canyon it was at the state highway department offices Tuesday following the opening of The firm submitted a figure of The located 24 miles west of Winslow on U. S. Highway 66, includes a steel plate girder bridge and 1.2 miles of approach The second low according to the was Ralph with Six other concerns submitted An award is expected to be made at the meeting of the Arizona highway ANCIENT RUINS BEING RESTORED This picture shows the result years of in excavating the historic Grande Ruins four miles east of Although it appears to be no more than a roughly piled formation of stone and Pueblo Grande actually served as the home for a large Indians sometime between 700 A. D. and 1500 A. D. Evidence has been found to prove these tribesmen developed 125 miles of canal to carry on artificial irrigation in their Archaeologists predict it may take as many as 50 years to complete Shown in the background is the building containing the home and a It contains Indian of the same age as Pueblo Winslow Taxpayers Pay Increased Combined I I Folders Available j At Clerk's Office f i Bob of f | secretary of the Associated f | ic of Northern | who visited in Winslow | Jeft 200 copies of the | Frank Jive booklets are to be free to the and I they can be J the clerk's i J All the scenic attractions off | northern | | lustrated in the and are ideal send to | or relatives in the east i Approximately 100,000 booklets E were printed for distribution to I | advertise this part Qf the I land many easterners who have seen them have written in ling for Chambers | The Winslow city tax rate has been officially set for year 1939-1940, compared with last rate of a reduction of Winslow will pay on a combined school district rate of on each of assessed compared with a combined rate of for last or an increase of combined rate for the year imade np rate of of the - rate of the city rate of and school district No. 1 rate of - Following is a comparison of the the last fiscal and for the current fiscal 1938-39 1939-40 OPEN REMODELED OFFICE OF POWER COMPANY MONDAY The remodeling of the office of the Arizona Electric Company is practically with just finishing touches and was opened on Monday for The interior of the has - been reconstructed into one of the most attractive business offices in the Floor space been enlarged with counter other office equipment the western part of the and the remainder of the space will be used to display all types of electrical The main feature of the new decorations is the indirect and semi-indirect illumination provided by the new lighting fixtures hanging from the The counter is to be finished in and a flourescent lighting system is to be installed in the Governor Jones Is Asked To Attend Big Event ' As Guest of 20-30 Plans for the 20-30 Club's horse to be staged in municipal park Labor Day in good the committee in charge of event reported this Entries are continuing to come in every it was which to number 21. There are entries in every except the kid's pony and the interest being ' shown by horse owners in. Arizona indicates equine entertainment will be provided here Bus chairman of the this received a letter from Gov. R. T. Jones answering the 20-30 Club's to the executive to be the guest of honor the He make a trip to first pant of the and said he will try be if the arrangements of his itinerary permit it. Work is underway at the park tin arranging facilities for the racing race track has been and construction work On the rail and starting chutes has been The races have been insured against Mead The ticket salej is but the committee seeking girls to enter contest in which cash prizes will be to those selling Procedure For Announced By Supt R. E. Will State County ' City School Dist. 1 2.0905 2.2392 1.9985 2.1938 1.6181 1.7693 The city rate for Holbrook has been set at for the fiscal year compared with a rate of for last a reduction of v The state tax commission requested the Navajo county of to take the assessed valuation of automobiles off the tax because of the new lieu tax but the board it was reported Grand Chancellor Of K. of P. Attended Conference In Globe Cliff grand chancellor of Knights of spent Saturday and Sunday in Globe conferring with grand officers of the A program for this fiscal year was accepted and will be printed in pamphlet form to be distributed throughout the A copy also will be sent to each grand While in Globe Ward also attended the ' Members of the Winslow lodge were guests of the Flagstaff lodge Wednesday E. A. was initiated into the rank of CONSTRUCTION WORK AT CAMP IN CANYON WILL BE COMPLETED SEPTEMBER 1ST AT A COST OF The last of the materials for the CCC camp at 35 from arrived several days ago and plans call for the completion of the buildings by September 1, it was Approximately will be expended on the it was with labor and utilities costing about and the portable building materials amounting to The camp will consist of five barracks for one barracks for the officers and a headquarters and supplies a kitchen and mess hall a recreation a school a generator an oil house and a bath There will be a a blacksmith a technician shop and supply room and a repair Henry assisted by Gus is in charge of the construction The camp is commanded by Capt. B. B. Inf. and second in command is Lt. James Dr. Allen Rumelt and Manuel educational The forest department is headed by E. T. Richard Vernon William James George and Harry Dr. Rumelt shortly will be transferred to a camp near and Dr. Myers will take his place Lt. formerly second in command at this has been transferred to the camp near The Santa Fe band of Winslow is scheduled to over the network of the System and Sunday afternoons at Charles announced The local musical organization be featured in a technicolor production to be filmed during the four-day Erickson The motion picture will cost about and will be released in 17,000'l. in the United States and foreign The band members left yesterday on train No. 8 for New Mexico a special car furnished the The group will be one of the main attractions leading the parades and presenting a concert and special program each AURORA BOREAUS SEEN BY WINSLOW RESIDENTS FRIDAY The brilliant northern lights of the aurora borealis which thrilled of observers in and the United States Friday night were seen also by residents of Members of the Church of Christ picnic at Clear Creek reported the phenomenon was visible to them for about ten beginning at 9:45 They the northern and northeastern sky was lighted up first by what appeared to be millions of falling and then turned a dark According to press dispatches the rare color display was visible as far south as where it was said to have appeared twice last So far as could be learned no display had been seen in Arizona during the summer since 1926. Hatchery At Pinetop Gets About 250,000 Rainbow Trout Eggs George chairman of the state fish and game upon his return from an inspection visit at Pinetop Sunday reported that the fish hatchery there just received more than 250,-000 rainbow trout The eggs will be kept for about a year before they are Wrench and after the become about six or seven inches long they will be released in the streams and lakes of northern A. E. Randall W. O. of treasurer respectively of the northern Gila county of in Winslow inviting all citizens meeting of. the North-South Highway in Payson The meeting will start at 10:30. o'clock called the Bush staff and route as a part of the state those attending wilL have an Payson cars is expected the Salt River valley to ing which the s highway commissioners and off Haley said who are cordially The R. E. be devoted the text afternoon high school twenty be for be freshmen the association the Stewart eight art torP At way 65 to Winslow and S. highway 66, other Flagstaff and 89. The route would provide Winslow with a more direct and shorter road to via state highway 65 and Bush Dominican Sisters Conduct Classes For Children Of Winslow Four sisters from the mother house in will arrive in Winslow the early next week and will be established permanently to give instruction to the children of Joseph's Catholic Rev. Joseph pastor announced this They are Sister Sister and Sister Grace Besides classes in religion for children of the the sisters will conduct kindergarten classes fpr children of all and will direct other social service They will reside at 218 West Second the first housed east of the Catholic Veterans Arrange To Provide Magazines For CCC Camp Boys The local posts of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion have made arrangements the to provide magazines for the CCC camp at Anyone wishing to donate magazines to the camp leave them at the fire station in the and a CCC truck will pick them up every There are over 200 young men at the and veterans said they will appreciate the aid of the public in providing the boys with reading Carloading Figures Below 1938 m last to two weeks to - 1940, ' 33? play Flagstaff in a game of start 4:30o'clock/ffaf the f ed the mound Gilbert Bolton The Winslow ' ' he on Blumlein cloute out two hoine hitting defeated to 0 last maintain cord To Local Business Fe system for the ending 12,. 1939, were 17,871, compared with 18,989 for the same week in 1938. Received from connections 4,755 compared with 4,696 for same week in 1938. Total cars moved 22,626 compared with 23,685'for the same week in 1938. Santa Fe handled total of 23,-371 cars in the this - a with ty's highway Owens sion's He there have he With a the past has the ported the week 14th and on the 17t&|nKBB^jK' was 56 on the 13th. just a ing i In the Phoenix the 16thrarid cfi Yuma jts the 13th.-^.