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"svXE WERE .JC MEDICINE J | / T THEN '-J > >38 V / SONNA HAVE \ > MAM..KNOW J \ ' V T J I. > THE NAVAJO TIMES November 7, 1963 Page 17 Glen Canyon Chief Named The appointment of Vaud E. Larson as Chief of the new Glen Canyon Field Division was an nounced at Salt Lake City by F. M. Clinton. Regional Dit ector. Region 4, llureau of Reclamation. ‘‘With the construction of Glen Canyon Dam nearing completion and the installation of generating units in the powerhouse going ahead ra pidly. Mr. Larson’s appointment to head the organization to operate and maintain Glen Cany on Dam and Powerplant is now necessary and timely,” Regional Director Clin ton said. L. F. Wylie, Project Construc tion Engineer for Glen Canyon Dam, will continue in charge of all construction activities involved in completing Glen Canyon Dam and Powerplant. Mr. Larson will head the newly establish'd operations organization which will gradually take over as construction is com pleted. As Chief of the ne w Glen Canyon FieW Division, Mr. Larson will be responsible to the Project Manager at theCRSP Power Oper ations office now under construc tion at Montrose, Colorado, which will be the central dispatching and operations center for the five state CRSP Interconnected Tran smission System. Mr. Larson will also handle the management ot the City of Page, Arizona, located at Glen Canyon Darn. The tiureau of Rec lamation now administers the city government of Page, a community largely built by the Federal Gov ernment for housing of workers and others involved in construction of Glen Canyon Dam. The Federal Government intends to transform Page, Arizona, from a govern ment-operated town to a city in corporated under the laws of the State of Arizona at the earliest appropriate time. “With 33 years of broad plan ning and construction experience as a career employee of the Bu reau of Reclamation, Mr. Larson is a fine selection to head the Glen Canyon Field Division.” Regional Director Clinton said. Mr. Clinton further noted that Mr. Larson was Assistant Regional Director for the Bureau of Reclamation’s Re gion 3 office in Boulder City. Nevada, during the time when that Government community near Hoover Dam was transferred to the status of a private municipality under Nevada state laws. In ad dition Mr. Larson has been Assis tant Project Construction Engi neer for Glen Canyon Dam and is therefore quite familiar with all features of the dam and power plant which he will be operating. Mr. Larson, a native of Utah, graduated from Utah State Univer sity in 1930 as a Civil Engineer. His first job was as a Junior Engineer on the Bureau of Recla mation’s Minidoka Project in souther Idaho. Asa planning en gineer at the Bureau of Reclama tion office in Phoenix. Arizona, Mr. made some of the early engineering surveys that lead to the selection of the site for Glen Canyon Dam. Coming soon to the Navajo Times—Who's Who Readers; Please respond to our advertisers. They support the paper that is supporting your viewpoints. . .The Navajo Times. Read the Navajo Times—They may be talking about you. Or even better your name may be on the list to go to the moon. ♦ * * * Os the 29 million names in the Veterans Administration's master index file. Smith is the most com mon. appearing 225,000tirnes. It is followed by Johnson, 149,000: Brown. 121,000; Williams and Jones, 109,000 each; and Miller, 97,000.