Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - May 3, 1979, Winslow, Arizona Class Postage Paid At Arizona 86047 USPS 686-960 1894 Volume 86 Number 11 May 3, 1979 Copy 15 Calls For Structural Study Of Hotel DEMOLITION PROJECT has begun in Work of razing dilapidated and clearing the building is being done by Arkie Construction of Buildings are being removed in groups of according to Larry building The three units under way are this located in the 300 block of West First the burned out Excel in the 100 block of West First and the old bakery building next to the Prairie A building behind the Prairie Moon will be demolished in the next project Pointer For School Bond the school bond election less than two weeks Winslow District officials are studying alternative building programs and rapidly escalating costs in an effort the proposed project to the amount of money superintendent of reported that he and several members of the High School has a full The Class play will be tonight in the high school auditorium at 7:30 The Senior Banquet will be May 8, in the Elks and senior ditch day will be May 9, with a trip planned to Hohokam High School graduation will be May 18, at the Bulldog The last day of school will be May 25... Junior High School awards assembly will be May 9, in the high school auditorium at 3 manager of the Winslow office of Southern Union Gas Company has effective him will be Ed of and his wife Jean have been active in community projects for many wish them a happy runners are getting in shape for the 12,000 meter run that will take place June 16 through the streets of for this event must be made with the City Recreation by June 11....Early registration fee is Attorney Michael Hawkins says he's going to take directors Don and McKay hope to make it an annual is progressing on the new McDonald's Restaurant being built in the North Park Plaza Shopping bottom floor has been poured and work has begun on the brick which will face the project will complete in about Gilmore is foreman of the building project which is being done by total of 126 buildings and homes have been approved on the current project in painting projects have been met with Rossman and of last week to go over building proposal to utilize the dome concept at this being favored over more familiar building Freeman as the officials look at available space to be and what the district can afford to officials seem to believe that the dome concept will lend itself favorably to a project that may not be completely finished within the district's bonding limitation of costs may cause the district to take another look at the present Washington and Lincoln school Freeman Officials had to construct the new facility between the present elementary and tear down Washington explained that the Lincoln school rather than may have to be as Washington is the larger of the two and the additional classroom space may be needed while the building project is work on the dome concept has led officials to consider using 60 cent levy monies for On Page 2 81 45 72 51 70 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 28 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 May 1 May 2 dry and warm through the Margaret of Winslow officials have intensified their efforts to complete the planning and secure funding for the remodeling of the old Chief if project plans are will become an apartment for elderly de la city reported to City Council members Tuesday evening that a representative from the Bureau of Housing and Urban Development was in Winslow last week to the to reaction was very De la Cerda a good He noted that city officials are much in favor of the rehabilitation administrator told city officials that funds for the preparation of contract documents are available through a loan from HUD block grant is of the as the contract document phase must be completed before an Aug. 31 deadline for presentation of the renovation of the old hotel building will cost an estimated Extensive heating and electrical work will be and an elevator must be The building must conform to state and local Lee and Associates of and an a consulting engineer will study the building in an effort to determine if the building is structurally and will meet federal The structural analysis will be made before any funds are allocated for the contract design phase of the The contract document phase will cost an estimated Parking space for the proposed apartment building will be made available from adjacent buildings which are to be down as the project Several of these derelict structures have been earmarked for removal as they are contributing to neighborhood city officials Bates pointed during Tuesday night's discussion that two architects had looked at the building and had considered it to be structurally officials reported that Governor Bruce Babbitt has indicated interest in the la Cerda recommended to city officials that the city wait until results of the structural analysis are in before any monies are transferred from HUD to the Winslow Council on Aging for continuing the contract document phase of the Field third annual Navajo County field range day will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 5, at the Elkins ranch in Those wishing to attend should contact Bob Racicot at the County Extension Service office in by little it looks as though some of the financial problems concerning the Indian student dormitories in Snowflake and Winslow may be a while it appeared that at least the Snowflake dormitory would be and that the programs at the Holbrook and Winslow units might be cut back these dorms are far less than completely satisfactory in every they are far better than the sending the students to distances from alternative for many of the youths is going to school in Nevada and and that is some distance even for college age much less high school some such as the dorms provide housing for students who live in the district and who otherwise would have to ride a bus in or find some other way of getting to of the isolation of some families who live on the nearby simply getting to school over poor especially during bad could be a real these programs began 25 years and the first dorms were opened in the fall of 1954, according to our newspaper one school official said they may not be the best but they are the best alternative anyone has come up with to Time To YOUTH It's all in say these of the Lincoln Demons for a best of three challenge on a basketball enthusiasts who have invaded the home court long Sunday Rival Gangs Are Top happens when the China Syndrome invades Tiger Or when the Lincoln Demons challenge the Fabulous Five to a the Plaza drait a guy or two off the street to take on the a fight to the let the best team 11 x 1, or 15 x 1; or best of are and The name of the game is Winslow Coach Jack with his insistence accuracy and is one of the reasons the teams were teams generally have some neighborhood and the kids involved work on their own in at the Indian at Bonnie Jefferson and Lincoln and in the They work out as much as six hours a week or Some of the players are on the high school track while others have Seeks Delay In All But One for jobs or other But they're all practicing court Fabulous all freshmen this are Felix Ray Charles Richard Moncayo and Victor regulars are Coe Nick and Doug They play on a homemade the Facers are Nick the named and Wade Gene Jim MacLean and Clinton Tigers are Claude Randy Russell Tillman Dickson and Raul the Lincoln Demons team are Tom Kelly Tommy George Ngai and Kerry the China Syndrome are Gilbert Jack Frank David Ngai and Eddie all The Tigers are indisputably top Tigers beat is the word from the the Facers beat everybody don't care if it is Plug that thing officials have called for a delay in all of the passenger rail proposed recently by the Transportation except for Southwest Limited that runs daily from Los Angeles to Boyd has asked for immediate implementation of the Southwest Limited route which would take the line out of Northern and would aid Las Vegas to the Amtrak quoted in the Desert dated Apr. 20, Boyd was quoting an Apr. 27 letter to key House and Senate committee chairman that implementing the other changes by the Oct. 1 deadline would result in slower running times and higher operating He asked for a delay until track work and other preparations are Adams has recommended that 43 percent of the Amtrak system be effective Oct. 1. That plan will go into effect automatically unless either the House or Senate vetoes it by about Transportation department plan for rerouting Amtrak calls for combining the Southwest Limited with the San Francisco which runs from the California Bay area to by way of Denver and Under 5, who was seriously injured in a vehicle pedestrian accident on Apr. 20 in the 1200 block of Central is showing some according to family was struck by a pickup truck near his and was treated at Winslow Memorial Hospital before he was flown to the Barrows Neurological Center in is in and out of according to reports on is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max the Southwest limited would run north through Las Vegas and connect with the Zephyr in article noted that the revised as proposed by Brock would take up to two years to and would cost million in capital costs and increase operating costs by an estimated million a in Northern Arizona and New Mexico have vigorously protested the proposed re-routing of Amtrak out of this Lodge Honors Outstanding Winslow Elks Lodge No. 536 designated May 2, as Youth Recognition and paid tribute to more than 100 outstanding high school Elks and parents recognized the young people for and service to the of ceremonies for the programs was Rev. Caleb minister of the Winslow United Presbyterian delivered the and the Exalted Harold Sluga welcomed the students and their parents and mayor of the City of read a proclamation in honor of the of KINO Radio delivered the of awards was by George chairman of the youth St. Johns Catholic Parishes Exchange Michael temporary administrator of a guest of honor at a potluck luncheon held at the home of Lucy and Horner on Members of the Catholic Daughters of America helped to host the farewell Aten left Winslow later the same day for a new as pastor of St. John the Baptist St. He had been in Winslow since from Terre Rev. Aten went to school in Terre Haute and in St. He graduated from St. Mary's High School in St. and received his B.A. degree from St. Mary's San Aten spent 10 years with the Brothers of St. Louis and traveled throughout the midwest before meeting Bishop Jerome At that point he decided to make the Southwest his Johns is a growing and St. John the Baptist Church also is Rev. Aten noted favorably that while there are some good fishing spots in the area of his new he anticipates little leisure time to explore parish will celebrate its 100th anniversary next and plans have been made to break ground for a new church The building project new pastor of St. Joseph's Rev. Michael is an old friend to many O'Keefe served as assistant priest in Winslow seven He first to Gallup as assistant then to St. Johns as head priest of St. John the a position he held for about six Chevrolet Marks Cake has always sold He sold them in Hollywood before he opened his Winslow agency on May 2,1929. The year he took over the exclusive agency from the Christiansen - Hitchcock a Chevy coach sold for and the same a really elegant landau was priced out at the Cake Chevrolet opened its doors 50 years it was located on Second where the Sears Store now is and maintained storeroom facilities in what is now The Winslow The business was moved later to the present Valley Bank parking lot in 1935. It opened in its present location at 1200 East Second St. in 1949. years the Cake agency advertised equipped garage for servicing and and the service operation continues to be one of the most important departments in the now agency joined his dad at the end of World War II when he returned from the Air He has been with the automotive business for 27 generation employees are Harvey who has been with the company for seven Jim who joined the company six years and Peter who worked in the company while he was still in high He graduated from Denver Automotive College and came back to Winslow about a year senior member of the was born in 1890 in Los He moved to Tucson with his family and studied in the first high school built in that He graduated from the PolyTechnic High School in Los and served in France during World War I. He and his were married in 1920.