Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 4, 1969 · Page 17
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 17

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REPUBLIC! MAIL 8 The Arizona Republic BULLDOG Phoenix, Tues., Nov. 4, 19(39 Residents No franchise to Kingman phones file petition granted, landowners head says Republic Photo by John Martini Smoke and steam billow from burners at Win slow lumber mill Company ordered to eliminate smoke from Window lumber mill By JON MARTING WINSLOW - Duke City Lumber Co. officials have been, given until April by the Arizona Air Pollution Control board to eliminate smoke from its local lumber mill. Newspaper honors city's anniversary FLAGSTAFF—The Arizona Daily Sun pubb'shed a special edition Friday in observance of Flagstaff's 75th anniversary as an incorporated municipality. The six-section edition, totaling 74 pages, covered all phases of the city's history for the past 75 years, with emphasis on the city's colorful past. The edition was prepared by The edition was prepared by the paper's editorial staff, with Dan Germond as coordinator. Included were a variety of pictures of scenes from Flagstaff as it appeared 75 years ago. Grant to support hydrology class TUCSON - The National Science Foundation has awarded a $60,080 grant' to the University of Arizona for support of a summer institute in systems hydrology for college-teachers. About 25 undergraduate college teachers of hydrology, engineering, agriculture, geology and soil science are expected to enroll in the institute, .which will run from June 15 to Aug. 7. The NSF funds will furnish stipends, dependency and travel allowances for the teachers. Participants will not be required by pay tuition or fees. QUAKE IN PACIFIC BERKELEY (UPI) - A moderate earthquake was recorded yesterday in the Pacific Ocean, approximately 100 miles west of Santa Barbara. "ITCHING TORTURE Was Killing Me.. J suffered vnUl I Jouna, a . ... wedtoation ana got joyful relie, If you are tortured by vaginal itch, Tectal itch, or if your SKln itches like mad anyplace on your body, here's good news. Now you can get glorious relief wherever you itch wfth a proyen creme formula called BIOZENE. This " ks fungi and " ; i* or S t&tfiu. Kerve'endms'cT'atchlnYttopgrnatural heftllhk,8tart?. So don't «i«er» <3et 3BIOZEN1S today at your gTSTOHES In the meantime, manager Dewey Hamilton said yesterday, he must submit monthly reports to the board, indicating progress toward compliance. The local clampdown is the first of its kind in the state, according to a spokesman, J. R. Hannan. Several Winslow residents have questioned the board's action, claiming visibility, even with the smoke, is seldom less than 60 miles in the Little Colorado River Valley. About 100 Winslow families depend on the mill for a living and pine smoke from the three black burners at the mill has long been an indication of prosperity here. In compliance with the ruling, Hamilton said he is improving the fire and blower systems so that little more than steam is emitted from the burners. The burners are designed City dedicates 1st fire station LAKE HAVASU CITY The first fire station to be constructed here was dedicated in a brief ceremony las week. The station, on Lake Havasu Drive, is the first of three to be built in the next two years. Among those attending were members of the Lake Havasu City Contractors Association, who donated time, labor and materials for the station. to dispose of the sawdust and slab that come from the sawing of lumber. He sard a large part of what appears to be smoke is really steam.be- cause the logs are taken across a millpond to soak out gravel, mud and grit and are wet when they reach- the de- barker and saws. Also, kiln dry wood produces more than its own weight in water during combustion. The mill here sends millions of board feet of fully processed boards, planks and timbers throughout the United States and to Mexico, Central America and South America, Hamilton said. The logs come by truck from national forests along the Mogollon Rim and approximately 75 families make their living from harvesting and transportation. Winslow's arid air is unique for lumbering because relative humidity here is often less than 5 per cent. A stack of green lumber will dry below the required 14 per cent moisture content within two weeks, too fast to prevent checking and cracking, and the best grades must go through a kiln. on rezoiimg By ALMA READY NOGALES — Residents of Royal Roads Estates on the Patagonia road have filed a petition in Santa Cruz County Superior Court, asking that a recently approved zoning change be set aside and construction be prohibited in a 250-foot strip fronting the highway at the entrance to the subdivision. The court action was requested by Austin Kaereher, Richard Capin and John Jund and owners of adjoining property who have been active in a recent series Of protests against rezoning asi requested by Trans West Trust. Inc., holder of the strip of land. REZONING to allow small business was recommended by the County Planning and Zoning Board and was formally approved by the board of supervisors Oct. 15. Before the zoning had been approved, a representative of the Circle K stores filed application for a No. 10 liquor license, which would permit sale of wine and beer for off-site consumption. The board of supervisors has recommended approval of the liquor license in a letter fogwarding the application to the Arizona State Liquor Licensing Control Board. The supervisors recommended approval despite six written protests, including those of a church and the Nogales Economic Development Committee, a group formed in the interest of; establishing a vocational education school here. SUCH ACTION had been anticipated by the protesting residents of Royal Roads and was incorporated in their petition for the restraining injunction filed last week. : Named as defendants in the action were Supervisors Marcelino Varona,, K. William -Holbrook and William Baffert and Lillian Puchi^ clerk. Also named was the county ^..planning and zoning director, Walton Wetten of Patagonia. Holbrook, who had disapproved of the zoning change, voted against approval of the liquor license. Baffert and Varona in recommending approval pointed out that in any case the final decision would be made by the state liquor board. Scout group formed LAKE HAVASU CITY- Flotilla 92, the local U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary unit, has helped local Boy Scouts to form Sea Scout Ship 47, which has 12 members and five fathers. Dean Rowe is skipper and Jury Utkin is institutional representative. FLOOR TILE SALE 8 C • Vinyl Asbestos • Grease Resistance ^^ EA. Acme Floor Go. 1010 E. Washington • 258-6069 DESKS steel.double pedestal 30"x60" executive desks non-marring laminated tops $8950 Warehouse Economy Store of Walsh Bros. 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Capalby has been a leader 'in the battle for better service and lower rates from Citizens Utilities, which provides electric service to the Kingman area and telephone service to all of Mohave County except Lake Havasu City. Capalby said at a meeting that a county can grant a permit for service but a city must call an election because state law allows a city to operate its own public utilities. Eight unions vote to form committee KINGMAN — Representatives of eight local unions voted unanimously here last week to form a coordinating committee for AFL-CIO unions in Mohave County. The action was taken when about 40 persons met with Dan Flanagan, AFL-CIO regional director for Arizona, California and Nevada; Ted Caldes, AFL-CIO representative for Arizona; and William Vanderpool, organizer for International Steelworkers of America. The meeting was called by Harry Spivy, president of Carpenters Local 445, for the possibility of merging union "The county does not have that right. Therefore, when the city has an election on a franchise, one of the things the people are doing is voting OH whether to give up their right to operate their own utility," he said. The Mohave County Board of Supervisors, Capalby explained, granted a telephone franchise for all of the county south of the Colorado River, including the townsite of Kingman which was then unincorporated, in 1929. "A certificate from the State Corporation Commission was granted on that franchise prior to 1952, Citizens Utilities brought the franchise and certificate and began operating the company," he said. However, said Capalby, prior to the end of the term »/ of the franchise in 1952 the city of Kingman was incorporated and the county lost its jurisdiction over the city. On Oct. 6, 1952, he said, the board of supervisors approved a new telephone franchise which excluded the City of Kingman. "At that point," he said, "no telephone franchise existed in Kingman . . . and, so far as the records show, no election was ever held." Capalby said state laws were made for situations where the city existed before the franchise and "it is impossible to believe that those laws would be allowed to take from the people of Kingman their right to vote on a franchise or whether the city should run its own telephone company." Citizens Utilities has been operating telephone service here for "at least 17 years," he said. Keystone Hotel sells for $335 GLOBE — Miami's famous Keystone Hotel was sold at auction yesterday for $335-. The 24-room hotel, known for nearly 50 years as a house of prostitution, was sold to David A. Crossett of Globe, representative for a local bread company. Crossett was asked twice by an Arizona Republic reporter why he purchased the old hotel. The first time, he merely laughed but said "for investment purposes" in response to the second query. 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