Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 18
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 18

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St. Johns gets $331,200 in U.S. aid Apache County reorganizes to improve city's water system justice of peace precincts By ERMA GRANT ST. JOHNS - City applications for $331,250 from the Economic Development Agency and Four Corners Commission to improve the water ^ystem have been approved, .Mayor Darwin D. Grant announced. Sen. Barry G o 1 d w a t e r, R-Ariz., told Grant that the •federal funds include $248,400 from EDA and $82,800 from the Four Corners Commission. The city will provide $82,800 to complete the $414,000 project. Work will include putting in a pump and well at Concho, constructing the pipeline to St. Johns and installing a 600,000 gallon storage tank. When the system is completed, the city will be able to pump approximately five times the present amount of water per day. Grant said. The water will be of better quality, he added. The city has been obtaining its water from Lyman Lake, but the water level there has dropped too low to furnish the needs of the city, he said. Safford drugstore robbed Apache County was designated for the EDA assistance because of an 8.3 per cent unemployment rate in 1968 compared with the 3.6 per cent national average. The announcement of the grant culminated two years of work by the mayor. He made four trips to Washington during that time to secure the needed funds. "But I had a lot of help," he said. "We had Sen. Goldwater, Sen. Fannin, Congressmen Steiger, Udall and Rhodes of Arizona as well as Gov. Williams and New Mexico Sen. Joseph Montoya working for us." ST. JOHNS — The Apache at Ltipton out of the Puerco County Board of Supervisors Precinct, has reorganized the justice of the peace precincts, effective Jan. 1, because of legislation SAFFORD - A drug store here has been burglarized of an estimated $500 worth of drugs, disposable hypodermic needles and empty capsules. The Graham County Sheriff's office and Safford Police are investigating the case. Carl Williams, owner of the Corner Drug, said the store was entered either late Monday night or early Tuesday morning through a skylight. He said the burglar or burglars also left through the roof windows by stacking up several boxes. Wickenburg meeting to discuss controlling Hassayampa River WICKENBURG - A public ; meeting will be held at 10:30 a.m. today in the Wickenburg Town Hall to discuss building ' a channel for the Hassayampa River. Property owners along the river are urged to attend, said Vito Giorgio, newly MacDonald is honored , FORT DEFIANCE - Peter hMacDonald, recently resigned ; director of the Office of Nava- ijo Economic Opportunity, is among the six persons who •have been named as "distinguished Baconians" by Bacone College in Muskogee Okla. elected secretary - treasurer of the Wickenburg Soil Conservation District Board of Supervisors. The meeting will seek ways to stop shore erosion and flood damage to properties along the river, Giorgio said. Other new officers of the board are Bill Cress of Aguila, chairman, and Oral Hunter of Salome, vice chairman. ADVISERS TO MEET WASHINGTON (UPI) More than 100 members of the Selective Service system's youth advisory committees across the nation will meet here June 28 to discuss major draft problems and take part in the July draft lottery ordered by President Nixon. passed by the Arizona legislature. The state lawmakers set the minimum salary of justices of the peace at $5,100. The board, in order to comply, discontinued the offices in Concho, Alpine, Vernon, Ganado and Chinle. Vernon and Alpine were added to the Round Valley Precinct, Concho to the St. Johns Precinct, Ganado to the Fort Defiance Precinct and Chinle to the Teec Nos Pos Precinct. A new precinct was created AH salaries were set $5.100 except Round Valley and Puerco, which are $5,400. 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