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Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - December 21, 1961, Miami, Arizona Vol. 33 Entered at post oftlce us second-.ciass mat- ter under Act of Congress March 3, 1878. Miami, Arizona, Thursday, December 21, 1961 a Copy 18 Pages if Saint Luke And it came to pas.-; in those days that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed. And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria. And all went to be taxed, every one into his own city. And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth into Judea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem, because he was of the house and lineage of David, to be taxed with Mary, his espoused wife, being great with child. And so it was that they were there the days were accomplished that she should be delivered. And she brought forth her first-born son, and wrap- ped him in swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn. And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them, and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, "Fear not. for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. "For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. "And this shall be a sign unto you: Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a man- ger." And suddenly there was with the .angel a multi- tude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will .toward men." And it came to pass, as the angels were gone away from them into heaven, the shepherds said one to an- other, "Let us .now go even unto Bethlehem, and see this .thing which is come to pass, which the Lord hath made known unto us." And they came wi'.h haste, and 'found Mary, and Joseph, and the babe lying in a manger. And when they had seen it, they made known abroad was told them concerning this child: And all they that heard it wondered -at those things which were told them by the shepherds. But Mary kept all these things, arid pondered them in her heart. And the shepherds returned, glorifying and prais- ing God for all the. things that they had heard and seen, as it was told unto them. The Miami Town Council Mon- day night decided in favor of rczoning the commercial fire- district. That portion of the district lying west of the center line ol' Reppy Ave. from the Southern Pacific tracks to the center line of Sullivan St. will be declared a residential instead of a com- mercial area. Council called the amendment an emergency, and said it would become eluctivo immediately. The decision arose from a re- quest presented to Council earl- ier-this month by Mr. and Mrs. William D. Watson, who havo proposed to build a frame house on lot 16, block 42, at ihe vest end of Sullivan St. The hr.d been set aside for block con- struction only, because it was wilhin.the commercial Tire Existing frame buildings the aroa. it was pointed out, were there before No. 1 Fire District came into being. Council had agreed at the last meelim: to consider a possible char.se in the ordinance. IT WAS Town Clerk E. M. Bredwell who formally suggest- ed the ordinance be amended, after Fire Chief Lincoln pointed out that- value, which briefly discussed, properly had no bearing on the decision. "Under 'he existing ordinance." Chic! Lincoln said, "you can- not build a frame structure and you cannot place a trailer in thnl. area." .Mayor Franco said he believes it is the responsibility of the Town Council to help people wherever possible and to en- Town Clerk's office and would therefore necessarily require more detail. Mayor Franco initiated the re- pori system last month. CONCERNING .Miami's liabil- ity insurance, which has been under discussion over a period of several Bredwell said a conversation Monday'with inr people had convinced him Iho mailer should be tab- led until more information can be eoivniUd. The consideration, is complex enough in the clearest, possible picture dchirnhle before detailed nre entered into. Senator Clarence Carpenter rnn W. K. F'-ckas. an insurance consuiiuni. wore present at Monday night's meeting. They Council a few examples and i-iduding some comparative figures, to show v, !iy further'survey i? necessary. The Council's building commit- tee will accordingly meet with insurance people in the near future for the purpose of fur- ther discussions and considera- tions. Mayor Franco brought, up a request by the Chief of Police to I of in sufficient in certain areas of Mi- ami. The police committee was instructed to investigate and a report to the next Coun- cil Charlie Phillips, superinten- dent of streets and maintenance in .Miami, 'said the time had conv to request a new garbage truck. He said he had no stand- by lie could count on and a new oiie is needed. The money is available, he said, and 'he re- courage them to develop Miami quested the Council's approval let u6 adore property. The first set of monthly re- ports from Miami's department heads" was read' by Town Clerk Bredwell Monday night. The re- ports revealed a breakdown of civic affairs over the last; month and presented a composite re- to make the purchase. He said the new truck would not be pre- sented for bids because he knows exactly what-, he where he can buy it locally on a rental-purchase basis. MAYOR FRANCO said in his ten years of service in Miami's County association considers T. B. control, sees movie on problems Members discussed local this locality. He paid tribute to tuberculosis control at the Dec. the cooperation of county health. view'of department functions, civic affairs, he nas noted Phil- Bredwell abstained from filing a lip's efforts to save the Towns report with the explanation that money. Council immediately ap- his initial -effort would encqm- proved the request, pass the last six months of the Demands against the Town in the amount of were ap- proved lor payment. The next Council meeting will 'lOicei be on Tuesday, Jan. 2 because the regi lar Monday meeting would "fall on New Years Day. d the-church of your ch 13 board meeting of the Gila County Tuberculosis and Health Association. IN ADDITION, the new mo- tion picture, was shown through the cooper- ation of Globe High School and Peter Giorsetti. The film dealt with still in- herent dangers in the tuberc- ulosis problem. Herbert McKusick, associa- tion president, outlined the lat- est facts about tuberculosis in Senior at M.H.S. wins scholarship Danitza Angius, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George K. Angius, 720 Smith .St., has received a S600 Baird Scholarship to the U. of A., says an announcement by the university's press bu- reau. The scholarship is for the academic year 1962-63. Miss Angius is presently a senior at Miami High School, where she is co-editor of the school paper and a member of the band and the Thespian Club. Weather REMEMBERING THE TRUE AND LASTING MEANING Of THIS HOLY. CHRISTMAS SEASON MAY YOU FIND THE YOU HAPPY HOLIDAY TO-ALL G. R. Warren unit, county supervisors, hos- pitals, medical society, schools and school nurses. BOARD MEMBERS present were Blanche Kennedy, secre- tary; Lucretia Dodd, treasurer; Judge Robert McGhee, Ivan Hosteller, Mrs. Joe Solelo, Catherine Beagin, Dr. T. C. Harper, Dorothy Tol- son, Barbara Erstad, Polly Ros- cnba'um, Faust Rabogliatti, Ern- est Marcanti and Rev. Hal Heath. Refreshments were served after the meeting by Mrs. Her- bert McKusick. C. of C. crusades for needy family Gifts and anonymous dona- tions of money have been com- ing to the Chamber of Com- merce office to help the Miami mother of four who 'lost her money while shopping Dec. 11. Ed Smith, secretary of the Chamber, said gifts of money, food, clothing, and toys will be gratefully accepted until Satur- day noon. He said delivery of the accumulated items will be made late Saturday or sometime Sunday in time to help the family celebrate Christmas. THE CHAMBER undertook the project immediately when the full extent of the mother's loss became known. Informed sources say the she lost was part of a welfare check which was to have sustained the family over the holidays. It would have bought food and some Christmas things for the children, but she somehow lost it either in the area of Pete's County Store or the Ryan Ev- ans Drug Store in Miami. The money has not been returned. The mother's husband has deserted her, leaving four chil- Paulette Acevedo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Acevedo, 210 Mountain View, will pro- Si r Staff Think it over... Though I speak with the dren ages 5 years, 3 yeai's, 18 tongues of men and angels, and months, and 4 months. Persons remember Saturday a long time. That's have not charity, I am become wishing to help may contact the talfced to sat on as sounding brass, or a tinkling Chmber of Commute (o Cy I Corinthians Chamber's phone 'is be a child at Christmas, and it's good sometimes 'One day, I talked to Santa to see things the way children see them, spark- ling eyes, candy canes and all. Christmas is the one time of year when most of us try to Jay our cares aside, and as long as we remember to keep the tradition, with all it means, our children and our children's children can never find the world a joyless place.
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