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8 I he Ari/.ona Republic PlWnix, Wffl., April 5, !Sfi7 New Center Overlooks Glen Canyon $1.1 Million Visitors' Center at Glen Canyon Dam Opens June 1 Glen Canyon Dam Oiiers Cliff-Hanger Visitors' Gallery Protrudes Over Structure, River 700 Feet Below PAGE — The nearly-completed $1.1 million Glen Canyon Dam visitors' center is a cliff-hanger. Part of the rotunda, which is 85 feet in diameter, extends over Glen Canyon Dam and the Colorado River 700 feet below. Built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and operated by the National Park Service, the center will accommodate more than one million visitors annually, with parking spaces for 120 cars. Grand opening is set for June 1. The center is on the west rim of the canyon, tucked between the dam and the Glen Canyon Bridge. A 100-seat auditorium will provide space for slides, movies and lectures, with an information booth and large relief model of Glen Canyon Dam-Lake Powell area up front. Those wishing a close look at the dam may lake an elevator down from the main floor and then take a 170-foot tunnel to the top of the dam. Guided tours are offered. Bullhead City! $374,100 Grants Awarded UofA Center Waits | By Science Groups for Research On Approval BULLHEAD CITY — Construction of a new community center here has been halted pending approval of the project by the Mohave County Park and Recreation Board and the Lower Colorado Land Use Authority. Whilte the residents of Bull-j head City wait for approval, they are using a large concrete 1 slab purchased with contributions and funds raised by the Bullhead City Lions Club as a dance floor, basketball court and for other social functions. The baseball field, which adjoins the community center site, is being used by members of the Little League baseball teams. Concrete blocks purchased with money collected by the Lions Club have been temporarily stored while residents await the final decision of authorities. Southern Arizona Bureau TUCSON - The University of Arizona has received recent grants totaling $374,100 from the south o National Science Foundation in International Airport L O c severa j researcn p ro . the city. rp, , . , , , . The 8 °-acre site will include The lunar and planetary laboratory's Project Polariscope received $183,000. A successful flight last month of the balloon- lifted 28-inch telescope resulted in new basic information on the atmosphere of Mars. THE PROJECT, conducted U. N. TRIP— A prize- winning speech on "What the United Nations Means to Me," has earned a 28- day, expense-paid trip to the United Nations in New York in June for Charles Long, 16, sophomore at Winslow High School. The contest is sponsored by the Odd Fellows and Re- bekalis. since 1962 by Dr. A.M.J. Gehrels of the lunar lab, studies polarized ultraviolet light from planets and stars. Eight more flights are planned. A grant of $81,500 will help the UofA institute of atmospheric physics move its solar laboratory to a site near the Tucson How to Prepare Surplus Foods PAYSON — A demonstration on how to prepare surplus foods will be presented here April 21 for the benefit of low-income families receiving government surplus foods. Mrs. Mary K. Simmons, Gila "ounty home extension agent, will conduct the class from 10 a.m. to noon in the Payson Woman's Club, which is sponsoring the demonstration. Arizona 'Mutt Shoiv' Saturday SIERRA VISTA-The Sierra Vista Rotary Club will hold its annual "Mutt Show" beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Fry Ball Park. ! The show has two purposes) for pet owners. First, free rabies vaccine shots will be ad-j ministered to all clogs partici-j paling that have not had shots,! and second, pet owners will be given a chance to show off 1 their pets for prizes. Local veterinarians will assist the Rotarians with the pro JSaturday. gram and there will be no| The Desert Arts Ballet is under direction of the Royal Ballet cnaige 101 the rabies vaccma- of England. The performance here is being sponsored by the tlons - (Sedona Emblem Club. Among the classifications for * * * prizes will be the biggest dog, FLAGSTAFF—Associated Men the whitest dog, the best wagon 1 Students of Northern Arizona puller and the dog with the!University will hold their annual longest ears. •-. . _ Hearing Planned On Commuters By POLLY BENN NOGALES—A hearing on Mexicans who commute to work in he United States will be held May 13 in California without the "ews of the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors. The supervisors have declined to get embroiled in the matter.' could become a hot potato here, where an estimated 2,000 uch immigrants keep the Nogales economy going. j The invitation to express their iews came from Charles Kil- ore, chairman of the Board of upervisors of Imperial Coun- y, Calif. • Kilgore wrote, "Many itizens of Imperial County are Task Force Will Gauge Health Plan permanent laboratory buildin for the preparation and recorc mg of experimental field work Carl N. Hodges, supervisor 0 the institute's solar energy lab oratory, said the experimenta equipment, including the contro system, desalting plant an greenhouses used in studies c power, water and food produ tion, will be moved to the ne site. A TWO-YEAR grant continua torn of $64,700 will help support the geochemical dating of pre- cambrian rocks in the Southwest and in Mexico by Dr. Paul E Damon, professor of geochronol- °gy and geology. Damon has been engaged in dating ancient rocks in Arizona and nearby states since 1957. A $44,900 grant will aid research on imperfections in metal systems by Dr. L. J .Demer, professor of metallurgical engineering in the college of mines. His work involves various types of crystalline structural imperfections existing in some alloys. KING-MAN - A task force committee, appointed by the executive director of the Mo- iiave County Area Development Council, will investigate possible County participation n the Office of Economic Op- )ortunity's com prehensive health service program. Funds for fiscal year 1968 for the program will be requested on recommendations of the committee. The coordinator of the Maricopa County Community Action Agency, James Titus of Phoenix, spoke at a meeting of representatives of interested agencies in Kingman re- cntly. He explained his guidelines for the OEO's health service program and how he had compiled his proposal for the program for Maricopa County. Committee members are Mrs. Bonnie Owen, Mohave County superintendent of schools; Judge Frank X. Gordon Jr., Superior Court judge; Mrs. Leonard Neal, committee chairman, MCADC; Dr. John G. Lingenfelter, county health director; Mrs. Elve Stewart, staff, Community Action Agency; Lester Byrum, prin cipal, Manzanita Elementary School, Kingman, and Mrs Jean Tarr, Arizona State Wei fare Board. The committee was appoint ed by William W. Welsh, ex ecutive director of the Mohave County Area Developmen Council. Welsh said other would be appointed later. concerned about the impact of: this type of labor on our econ-i omy." j HE 'SAID THAT his board and Rep. John V. Tunney would old a hearing in El CentroL [ay 13 to study eliminating the se of immigrant commuter talus by amending the immi- ration laws. Under the present policy of he U.S. immigration service, ersons admitted for perma- ent residency retain their tatus if they either work or ve in the United States. The policy was attacked lierej ecently by a retired American! "onsul official, Ben Zweig, whoj erved Nogales last year as thej director of the Office of Eco- omic Opportunity, HE TOLD A special commit- ee on poverty that the commuters led to depressed wages ' i Santa Cruz County. The commission, appointed by 'resident Johnson, was given report by Zweig. The report sked that legislation be enact- d compelling persons admitted or permanent residency to live n the United States. Zweig maintained that business firms here would have to )ay higher wages if their em- >loyes were not allowed to re- ide in Nogales, Sonora, where he cost of living is much less than in Nogales, Ariz. Downtown • Christown • Thomas Mall • Scothdale our famous season's best DRESSES Apache Fair Sept, 21-23 ST. JOHNS - The Apache bounty Fair will be held in St Johns Sept. 21, 22 and 23. New livestock pens and addi tions to buildings have been con structed at the fairground, giv ing more and better facilitie this year. Jack Brown of St. Johns ha been reelected chairman of th fair commission. Other mem bers are Minor Hall, Eagar and Mrs. J. A. McDonald Chambers. AUTO GLASS INSTALLED BY EXPERTS FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE. FOR EVERY CURVED OR FLAT. YOUR CHOICE MADE IN U.S.A. ANYTHING MADE OF GLASS SEE US BISHOP GLASS AND PAINT CO. PHOENIX: 42 S. 4th Are. or Jefferson Ph. AL 8-4861 5119 North 7fh St Ph. CR M6.1 SCOTTSOALE: 2626 N. Scottsdale Rd Ph. WH 6-6521 MESA: 861 East Main St Ph. WO 4-1261 GLENDALE: 4924 W. Glendale Ave Ph. 939.9701 YUMA: 1250 Third Ave Ph. 782-9265 Arts Ballet to Perform At School in Seciona j SEDONA— Members of the Desert Arts Ballet of Phoenix will ^.'perform at Brady Hall, Verde Valley School, in Sedona at 8 p.m.) High School Class To Present Pla\ Men's Day banquet at 6 pm.i of CooUd proceeds | u fa , I-nday in the Coconmo Country ,, , ... .. , ,, . ! dub. used to benefit the school's less; Ar( „ . . t , ..'fortunate students. After the oanquet there will be a dance, from 8 p.m. to mid- • night, in the Student Activity .m , — Center. Two bands, Nobody's ! |Jg||fMfg Advertisement SUPERIOR—The Junior class Children and Status' Quo, will of the Superior High School will battle fora traveling trophy $3 V6 S • S3V6 S • SaV6 S present its annual play at 8 p.m.!awarded each year to the top r\ n || A u- i tonight and tomorrow in the band at the dance. : U" n"W nIlraCI8 school's gymnasium. The play, * * * i AdHeSJVe a comedy entitled "Onions in BULLHEAD CITY — The an-;Dentlock . . . only 47c . . . contains! the Stew" is under the direction nua ' Bullhead City-Colorado Riv-iKARAYA GUM, the amaiing den-! of Miss Evelyn Pack er District meeting of the Mo- ! ^ re . adh f sivre **>** holds P Utes| P.. , '. -have Electric Cooperative, Inc 'Jrt H° m h r T in9 /°. U9 Prices for admission are $1 w m K- at "-in nm v -A* i , ay ' Hou,-atter-bour of true for adults and 10 r-pnl* fnr r-hil P ' m - Fl!da y at mou »" comfort. Eat securely. Talk 01 adUlts, and 50 cents tor cllll- the Bullhead City School. with day-long comfort. Compare Ultn Uliaer \1. with other brands selling for more A new director Will be elected than twice as much! At leading (0 a three-year term. The pres-^ruq counters and variety stores. 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