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Avery - ITCVDAY, IANUAKY t im Benefit by Reclamation...
ITCVDAY, IANUAKY t im Benefit by Reclamation Plans Denver, Dec. Jl-H*)--*»° .*·· .land square mil* Qt Wyoming win Benefit from * |7»,SK,«W (M) JK»- ·am planned by the bureau of JBlamation tor 18S«. . Th« are* also will receive ben its from plsmi now hs*ng drafted fhich indicate ah expenditure ot irly »!,000,000,00« .(B) in the ..it 30 to 50 years in the buresui's region seven. · Plans for the bureau's activities Inuit'year in the state's of Colorado, Tkltuas, Nebraska and Wyoming Were disclosed today by Avery A. Batson, regional director. . J The 1960 activities In Wyoming, ··n-hich will ·« directed from the ·North Platto district offlce »t Ca»- Iper, include: (1) Completion of negotiations amendatory repayment oon- . ")'Issuance of specifications · for a district office DBlJdnig at I Casper. I I (3) Slart of construction on a I telephone system. I (6) Completion ot constr«ctlon ·or the Cheyenne power substation tuitions. (6) Completion of Installation of IlLS-kilbvolt grow* wires. I (7) Continuation ot Installation I of a carrier current eystem. I (8) Stabilisation of a long range I program plan for development ot I the »«ond unit of the Kendrick Ipioject involving 1S.MO acres. I "he district .office at Casper I supervises activities In that part of I the North Platte basin extending I from west central Nebraska thru I southeastern Wyoming into nortn I central Colorado. I Investigations to be conducted by I the bureau during the year in the I Hate Involve «n' area o£ . 2,000 I fqvare mile*. _,.. I During 1949, the bureau reported I it had under construction or was I reviewing tor power and silt pro] I ect» in Wyoming the Kortes dam J and the Glendo unit. Both are on I the North Platte river. 1 1 i Batson said the bureau alto com [·fteted several power transmission [lines during the year in Wyoming I They included the C»sper-bemlnple I and Glendo-Lusk units 'for a line which extends into western Ne rrOiHl rTOfflB · or CWMren Will 5e Handed Congress Washington, Jan. 8.--(/P)--A nine- point children's aid program tor eseioB ot congress starting today was outline* yesterday by George *. Hecht, chairman of the 'arents committee, ' Hecht, who also t» pntUtuer of Paremto' mazarine, said.la a statement statement that "the picture looks hope- u'l for enactment of legislation to mprere .the health, education and welfare tactllttei for the nation s 46 million children." The committee Hecht heads is BOB -profit gn*P organlnd ttrte yean ago to leek improremeat of xndlUou affecting children. Its program for the coming ses- JHI .IP*.-," o' *3i.W0. 0()0 annually for grants to state* to furnish school health, examinations and treatment for all school children. children. The wnate has paased a o do this. . A $5,000,000 appropriation for a survey ot needs tor school buildings, buildings, and additional funds tor emergency emergency school construction. A bill lo this has been passed by the * A bill to provide federal aid education. The senate has passed such a bill, but a religious controversy controversy has .nagged it in the Jiouse. The committee is seeking au acceptable acceptable compromise. A »7 600,000 annual appropriation for research in "child life-and de- next year the bureau plans to continue its study of the proposed t'lendo project. (Construction work on the Glen do project, however, will not begin until Nebraska and Wyoming have approved bureau plans for Increas Ing the site of the undertaking.) The Glendo dam and reservoir is expected to provide storage fact 1 ties for conserving winter and earl? ^tiring runoffs ot water, and to off iet silting losses..Us P° w V'f" would furnish extra power during the summer for pumping irriga °Work will continue thru 1950 on the Kortes dam and power plant.a Carbon County, Wyo. The 36,WK Kilowatt capacity plant will give -Increased power by taking advan tage of all feasible differences in head between the Seminoe dam anr 1 Pathfinder reservoir. Construction will continue ncx year on the Keudrick project In Natrona and Carbon counties Major features of this project ar he Seminoe dam and power plant die Alcova dam, Casper canal system system and 610 miles of transmission lines. The project Is designed to Irn gate eventually 35,00' acres o desert land and to produce £= nually 145,000,000 (M) kllowat hours of energy at the Seminoe .^ower plant. A First of two irrigation units plan ned for the project will conver 1 thru Irrigation nearly 22,000 acre of desert land Into productive farm for nearly 200 families. Power from the plant will go to central and southern Wyoming western Nebraska end north Colo ratio. At present power from th 'plant is flowing thru nearly 64 miles of lines. oendent children and'mothers. An increase in the number of public health units to provide TM^t£^^-»t 'trrreS^propriation for the childrenVbureau. increased funds for the federal school lunch program. Establishment of a department welfare to coordinate and improve child health and welfare programs, At theJHospitols Admitted tolnTweld County Public hospital MTM**.* Ja £ji "^'rSSoflS; ""o^e, Briggsdale; Mr* Susie Conc'llion, si 1 ; Ninth s'reet; Jose Salazar, KerBey; Mrs. L u i s Espinoza, DismissedT y Mrs. Walter Shipp and son, 614 Seventeenth street; Mrs. janseke Yamashita, Fort °Admltted to Osteopathlc Memorial Memorial hospital Monday, Jan. 2: Efl- ward Schnorr, Oreeley. Dismissed: Mrs. Louis Hansen, Eaton; Jo Ann Relche, Derby; Edward H - 1* e r and daughter, Windsor. Cht.a-ccs 'The Cherokee! of North Carolina do not know what the name of tribe means. They call themselves "Ani-Yunwiwa" or "real people." Local Market (Correct to Dec. 31) Wheat, tu. _ Oats, cwt. Barley,' cwt Butterfat. _ _$1.75 _ 63c New pinto beans, cwt. Eggs In trade Double A large A-Large A-Mediums ^Current Receipts 30c 30C 25c 20c 23c ^

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  1. Greeley Daily Tribune,
  2. 03 Jan 1950, Tue,
  3. Page 11

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