Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - November 1, 1973, Winslow, Arizona 1894 80 37 Class Postage Paid 86047 Nov. 1, 1973 Commercial Zoning Talks Will Continue Winslow Planning and Ling was will tonight at 7 p.m. at the Civic A lengthy discussion held Oct. 24, ter the Commission e to consider requests for zoning Frances of the Commission She stated that the bypass is bound to iange the way the city is particularly 6 zoning around the three the proposed Larry Balantyne stated at as a homeowner living at Park Drive and he felt that R-1 ne should prevail across the on that bes should change on h said that the north area of inslow was the finest area in the city at this and should be who owns at Henderson and stated in his the proposed zoning anges failed to meet that his deed set protections to property to preclude the of commercial J. He noted that there was a land for residential and that Zoning could have a north of the for commercial requested that deed relictions be held in and It R-1 be maintained in Icks 35, 46, 51, 52 and 45 of 5 Mahoney Roberts said that the ning Commission had been id that there were no deed strictions on the property in She observed that fe person who requested the hing change should provide formation to the commission deed Under the original ie commission was lere were a number of Mabel Nagel noted that lere were so many variances Ie doubted if any restrictions Jere in are Suite a few people not she asked for an Bob city said that he believed the commission had a right to request that the deed restrictions there are be if they it was probably within the power of the commission to enforce the was noted that if the bypass had been put in south of rather than that a poor residential area would have been wiped and that the business section would have been A zone request to the commission was presented by Art who desired a tier of blocks between Douglas Ave. and the cemetery to be was represented at the hearing by John who stated that Littrell was waiting for some consideration by the city council on public street which provides that streets in newly opened areas be paved and curb and water mains Littrell is asking for permission to that streets and alleys such as now but that he said he hopes to cooperate to the best interests of all commission requested that Nagel Development provide a statement on deed Mrs. Nagel agreed to do majority of the persons who made statements at the hearing indicated that they felt a true need for a buffer zone existed and that they didn't want zoning to abutt directly into a residential question was raised as to whether a town of 9,000 a number of business will happen to downtown one citizen downtown will become a that in the interest of the Consider the value of the business district out all whether we front directly on the area or Cake stated the area should be zoned right down North Park Drive to Second damage was done Winslow High School seniors will present their for again tonight at the at p.m. Those who attended last night's performance vere treated to a sensitive presentation of the play which is an earlier version of the academy award winning Sema has a cat-and-dog story to Her Siamese named for and visiting miniature French Poodle called to Steve have become fast Missy has become self-appointed and is a tiny ball of fury if neighborhood animals on Taylor Ave. disturb the Natural enemies sometimes trains were running again Wednesday morning after a derailment and fire at near Kingman put bolh main lines out of Fourteen Kingman firemen battled the and six of them were treated for smoke inhalation at the Kingman The Amtrak train came through Winslow at 4 p.m. and late that night the 891 About 6 a.m. Wednesday the traffic picked up the Santa forest fire on Limestone Road reported by a group of hunters last The fire burned nearly an acre before it was extinguished by slurry drops from patrol Watch Hunters are warned that the forests are extremely No campfires are allowed in Sitgreaves interchange was put he Nagel observed that people were asking why didn't What causes tourists to she she three interchanges are for the interest of told the group with the number of buffers from one to three it wouldn't give Nagel Development room to do Matlow stated that he had a business that if the area around the interchanges goes he'll have to I have to I may just move he will leave a vacant Is Finalist In Scholarship Winslow High School was one of the 10 Arizona finalists in the Senate Youth Program scholarship son of Mr. Mrs. Jonathan Ken will graduate at the end of three years of high young people entered the program from High The top award is a plus a week's stay in D.C. as a guest of the United States was commended by the contest officials for the fine job he did in the oral interviews which were held Oct. 19 in compete in the the candidate must hold an elected office in his Ken is a student body announcement of the winners and alternates will be made by U.S. Senators Goldwater and Fannin on Dec. 7. student delegates from each state and from the District of and a second alternate from each were selected by the chief state school officers on the basis of outstanding ability and demonstrated qualities of Day Plans Gathering We'll have a slum area in the middle of and a beautiful he Nagel observed that new business creates believe the traffic will go she citizen stressed that there was a on Page 4 College On officials of Northland Pioneer College will present a proposal of curriculum to the curricula committee of the state Community College Board pn Nov. 19 in according to Ed committee will then present the program to the State Board for approval or Sorensen The curriculum will determine the type of degrees which will be offered at Northland Pioneer College ana will establish a course of study for its meeting will be held at Cochise recommendation expected at the state meeting will be approval of sites for the classes offered by the Using the Northland Pioneer College will not have a central but will offer classes in communities throughout the of the State Board made an inspection tour of sites iri anu Low oh Sorensen said he felt the committee's to the board would be Danny Smith and Susi rode in the first prize winning Sophomore float during the Winslow High School homecoming parade last The king and queen were elected by the varsity football and presided over the homecoming and story Will Give More Study To Winslow Jail are coming in to the Winslow Chamber of Commerce to finance the Christmas Verna Chamber says that parade entry forms should be filled out and returned to the office as soon as Twenty-nine parade entries have been received to bands will provide music for the The Winslow High School the Winslow Junior High and the Joseph City Band will as will the Shrine Bagpipe Band and from the North Pole indicates while Santa holiday schedule is gathering he will take time out to visit with the young people in Winslow on Parade He will arrive at the tennis courts at 10:30 the morning of the 17th. chairman Ed Wilker reports that for the first the chief acting potentate of El Zaribah Jim will make his official visit to the Winslow Shrine Club on parade Potentate and his divan will arrive Saturday At 11:30 luncheon will be served at the Masonic Temple for Shriners and their At 6 p.m. after the the Elks will serve steak dinner to the Shrine At 8:15 the Dancers will Elks and the Shriners and their ladies will attend a dance at the auditorium at 9 p.m. Music will be by the Dixieland Presentation of parade awards to Shrine units only will be made at 11 parade awards than to Shrine will be made immediately following the at the Chamber of Commerce 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Increasing cloudiness late Thursday and Cooler group of Winslow city headed by Mayor Tom met with the Navajo County Board of Supervisors on Monday to discuss payments by the to the City of Winslow fof of county prisoners in the Winslow city with Supervisors William Roy and Mike were Jack city administrative Bob city Jim John Walter chief and Mayor point of discussion centered around reimbursement from the county for the care and housing of county the between the county and the City of Winslow was on a Winslow has been housing more county prisoners than the county has for Winslow and the two groups are attempting to arrive at a fair based on according to William chairman of the board supervisors said they would take the matter under advisement since the new criminal procedures will undoubtedly result in fewer prisoners being said want to be fair and reimburse Winslow in but I'd suggest we wait until we see what the new criminal do to our jail All of the supervisors they thought it would be fail to everyone to give the matter further Increasing cloudiness late Thursday and Cooler Proponent Speaks To automotive insurance business is in a A. Jones addressed the Winslow Chamber of Commerce Tuesday and discussed no-fault He blamed the American Trial Lawyers Association and the investment interest of insurance companies for which he said automobile insurance is in companies are really happy if the victims of auto accidents are he told the an alarming number of the victims of automobile accidents get he says that 56 percent of those who were listening to him would be involved in an auto accident in the next three that 75 percent of would be involved in an accident in the next five and that 94 percent would be involved in an accident in the next 10 said there are three contributing factors to every auto the the vehicle and the He noted that both good and bad drivers have accidents and in many two vehicle accidents both drivers are at cause Smith noting that types of sounds caused by moving parts of the car an drivers and trigger proponent of no-fault Smith has testified before the joint legislative Continued On Page 3 Million Salt River Optimistic About Area Being Selected For This Paul Jaycees are holding a special program this coming week to note that America's MIA's have not been Vietnam War has been over for yet no satisfactory accounting has been made for about 1200 men who are listed as missing in Jaycees are starting two relay teams this with each team carrying an American One team will start from Lake Havasu and the other team will start from County Courthouse in r Eventually the teams will deliver the flags to Governor Jack at the State Capitol in The event is being held to call the public's attention to the fact that these 1200 Or more men are still missing and unaccounted is no way of knowing just what has been the fate of these One thing is The Jaycees are still concerned about with many other the MIA's and for their families the war isn't And it Won't be until every human resource is used to account for aach Whatever their we surely owe them that CONSTRUCTION at the North Park Drive Interchange is continuing ahead of schedule as fine fall weather makes its contribution to the The contractors are pushing for a Nov. completion of the work now underway at Drive and North Park When this particular phase of the construction is work will begin on section 3, which will run from North Park Drive to the west of the Little Colorado Ray exciting news for this area may be received in late January when a is made by the Salt River Project as to the site selected for a multi-million dollar generating plant is local leaders feel that Navajo County has a good chance of being selected as the site for the million project which calls for three coal-fired generating each with a capacity of 350,000 was brought to light on Monday following a meeting between three executives of the Salt River Project and the Navajo County Supervisors in H. supervisor of the environmental division of the Salt River along with planner for Wirth and Richard W. a representative of the Salt River met with the county supervisors in the board room at the county courthouse to discuss potential environmental availability of coal and and a review of the project in said the group was on a tour of potential sites which were announced in early October with the upper Navajo County area being one of the possible He said the decision will be made soon and a No. 1 site and an alternate announced by the end of William Roy Palmer and Mike said they felt extremely optimistic about the million project being located in this part of the told us there was plenty of underground water suitable for the the area is close to a source of coal New and that land is apparently said William zones are presently under study possible locations for the generating which will cost more than according to Rod J. SRP general call for the station to have three coal-fired generating units with the most environmental protection devices commercially available at the time of McMullin said in early number of Salt River Project consumers in 1978 is expected to total approximately 312,000 compared with only 215,000 During that same power demands of SRP consumers are forecast to increase from nearly seven billion to almost 11 billion his announcement in McMullin explained that there are virtually no remaining available sites for hydro-electric generation and that the availability of gas and oil is dwindling rapidly at any on Page 4) Sanders Heber ON MAP shows one of the six alternate zones being studied by the Salt River Project as possible locations for a new electric generating Plans are for the first 350,0(k)-kilowatt unit to be operating in 1978.