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   Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - March 27, 1975, Miami, Arizona                                nnur Born anew for all mankind, the resurgence of hope eternal. Let us rejoice, with open hearts. Invoices clear, sing the message of this Holy Day: "HE IS Good Friday services set for noon tomorrow Globe-Miami area churches will unite at noon tomorrow (Friday) at St. Paul's United Methodist Church for a community Good Friday Service under the sponsorship of the Gila County Ministerial Association. SERVICES will begin at and continue until 1 p.m. and the public is invited to take part. Presenting the Good Friday message "The Passion of Christ'and Human will be Rev. Jack I W. ,GlideweU of St. Paul's Lutheran' Church, Rev. Edmund A. Loew of the First Presbyterian Church, 1 Rev; Peter Boes of St. John's Episcopal Church and I Rev. Larry Crist of the First Christian Church. Also participating will be Rev. Mike Higgs of the Claypool Methodist Church and president of the Ministerial Association who will give the invocation; Father John Williams of Holy Angel's Catholic Church who will present the scripture a portion of the Passion Story, and Lt Joe Poscillico of the Salvation Army who will give the benediction. Music will be presented by members of St. Paul's Methodist Church Chancel Choir directed by Mary Ellen McGinness with Jean Gerhardt as organist and by the Holy Angel's Celebration Folk Singers. The service is open to everyone regardless of church or religious affiliation. WVWWWVW PUTTING THE SHOW ON THE ROAD Six of the leaders in the annual YMCA membership drive discuss plans for reaching or exceeding the goal. They are (l-rt Gene Bocardo, Cities Service Com- pany Miami Operations; Jane Drees, Miami; Pas Gutierrez, general chairman; Frank Clarine, Globe; Frankie Andrews, CSC Miami East; and Dave Johnson, Inspiration Consolidated Copper Company. Bocardo, Ms. Drees, Clarine and Johnson are division chairmen while Ms. Andrews is assisting Bocardo. On hand also at the dinner hosted by the Vs Men's Club at the YMCA Monday night was Ken Power, Bluebird Mine chairman. Divisional goals in the three-week 'campaign are Globe Miami CSC MO andlCCCO each. Rod Gustaf- son was the keynote speaker of the evening and con- cluded by saying: The goal is extremely reasonable, let's go get I Vandals win I Lois Ayers submits winning design for centennial seal The Miami Vandals defeated the Globe Tigers in the first baseball encounter between the two teams this season Tues- day by a score of 5 to 4. The 'game was played at Vandal Field. Three RBIs by John Campos and three hits by Joe Powell gave the Vandals the one run final advantage. Steve Bryant led the Tigers with two hits. Folly chorus line casting completed A lineup of a dozen sultry, sexy chorus "girls" has been selected for the annual Globe Folly, to be held at 8 p.m. Wednes- day, April 9, in the Globe High School Auditorium. CHAIRMAN Karen Hawkins reports that besides the chorus line, there will be good entertainment for the evening, with the show limited to two hours. Admission is per person. Included in the high-stepping chorus line will be Sultry Sparkle Parker, Slinky Tillson Wilson, Candy Cane Haines, Sugar Cube Cunningham, Nifty Noodles Blake, Low Rent Kent, Helen Mellon Felling, Sultry Sally Steele, Cloozy Doozy Trujillo, Tootle Toots Insalaco, Sassy Britches Richards, and Bobsy Bumples Smith. "MISTRESS" of ceremonies will be Johnny Inmlsco: for the event are onsale at theGlobe Chamber of Com- merce office, or from Chamber Directors. ARIZONA a copy and continuing the Arizona Record lVol.96-No.42 March 87. 1976 Area sewer plans again under study Development of an overall waste water treatment facility for Miami, Lower Miami, Claypool and the Wheatfields area as well as Globe and the area served by the Cobre Val- ley Sanitation District is once again under consideration. THIS FACT was brought to light at a recent meeting between the Gila County Board of Supervisors and members of the Miami Town Council and with the application by the Town of Miami for a grant to conduct a feasibility study into the matter. The application of Miami to the Four Corners Regional Commission for a engineering study grant has been made and members of Governor Raul Castro's staff voiced optimism Friday that Miami would receive the requested funds. Members of the board of super- visors agreed that a study of the unincorporated Claypool and Lower Miami areas would be desirable as well as the Wheatfields area, if it could be included in the same study, or a separate study in that area if it could not. There was some reluctance expres- sed regarding financial participation in the sewerage project prior to the determination of specific monetary committments. Yesterday members of the Globe City Council met with representatives of the Environmen- tal Protection Agency, representa- tives of the Arizona Department of Health Services and people who have objected to the location of a treatment plant in the Wheatfields area to dis- cuss an environmental impact study of the Globe waste water manage- ment project. The meeting was preliminary to a study and formal public hearing to be scheduled by the EPA at a later date. MEANWHILE, Globe voters are being asked to approve some million in bonds half to be repaid (Continued on Page Two) PLANS EXPLAINED Globe Mayor G. H (Hank) Williams points out city water and sewer system plans to (1-r) standing Carr J. Phalen, special assistant to Governor Castro; Tom Irvine, community develop- ment specialist from the office of economic planning and development; and Carmen Corso, city-county emergency services director. Council- man Stan Gibson and City Manager Lionel Blair (seated) look on. Arrested pair may clear up 20 crimes throughout state Auto tag deadline is 5 p.m. Monday Gila County Assessor Miriam Vuk- sanovich issued a reminder this week that the deadline for obtaining 1975 vehicle license tags without penalty is 5 p.m. Monday. AFTER THAT time, an penalty will apply, Mrs. Vuksanovich said. The assessor also issued a reminder that the purchaser of a motorized vehi- cle must effect a title transfer to his name within 10 days of the purchase in order to avoid a penalty charge of The motor vehicle division of the assessor's office is located at 180 North Broad (phone Two men, held on charges of receiving stolen property in Gila County Jail and bound over to superior court to stand trial, are expected to aid sheriffs inves- tigators and other Arizona authorities in clearing up more than 20 burglaries and other offenses. Sheriff Lyman Peace reported this week. Donnie Ray Newingham of Winkle- man and Darold Dean Caldwell of Wheatfields are being held in lieu of bond each after charges of receiv- ingstoleapropcrtyftwo counts) were filed against them and they were bound over after a preliminary hearing in Globe jus- tice court. No other information on the specific burglaries or other offenses of which the pair may have knowledge was released by the sheriffs office. The pair was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Phil Smith after information and a description was made available by San Carlos police. Peter Robert Rodriguez was also being held in the Gila jail in lieu of bond on charges of exhibiting a firearm not in self defense and obstructing jus- tice. The second charge was made when Rodriguez reportedly reaisted officers attempting to make the arrest. He was arrested early Sunday after deputies were told he had threatened a local woman with a gun near a tavern between Globe and Miami. The sheriffs also reported that the body of Henry Gill, who was drowned early this month in San Carlos Lake dur- ing a fishing excursion, had been reco- vered. Armed with search warrants issued by Justice of the Peace Don Haines, deputi es entered the apartment of two local women and arrested them on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of dangerous drugs. Both women were released on their own recognizance when arraigned before Peace Justice Haines. No action taken after police quiz Before a large crowd in the Globe City Council chambers last Thursday, Coun- cilman Luis Aguirre was given the oppor- tunity to express his discontent with the buying and personnel practices of the Globe Police Department although no action was taken. NINE GENERAL items were discus- sed and Van Buskirk was apparently The design for the seal or logotype for the Gila Centennials Inc. submitted by Lois Avers of Globe was selected Monday as the winner in a design contest con- ducted by the Bicentennial group and Avers will receive the Savings Bond offered as a prize by the Cobre Valley Junior Woman's Club. ACCORDING to Roger Collette, a member of the Gila Centennial executive board, the design submitted by Ms. Ayers contained more representative activity and date than other entries and could most easily be adapted for use on com- memorative coins, plates and other souv- enirs. The bond award will be presented to Ms. Ayers on April 16 at the same time the Gila County group will receive a Bicentennial flag from state officials. The presentation will beat 11 a.m. at the Gila County Courthouse. Judging of the submitted designs wai done by members of the executive com- mittee and members of the rules commit- tee of the Fine Arts Association. "There great deal of fine artwork and many entries had outstanding specific topics it was no easy task to judge the more than 30 Col- lette First use of the design, which the executive committee reserved the right to modify, will be on the Centennial Booklet whkhisnowbeing prepared and which will be available for distribution at the Gila County Fair in September. Centerfold patrons, individual or busi- ness, will hopefully provide the bulk of the funds necessary for the production of the booklet which will contain at least 80 pages of Gila County history and hun- dreds of photographs of the Globe-Miami early days. Patron listings are for each line listing. Special boxes for receiv- ing patron listings and checks have been placed in Valley National and First National Banks in Globe and Miami and Western Savings and loan in Globe. "Anyone with questions regarding the patron program may contact the Globe Chamber of Commerce or any member of the executive Collette explained. Snow yet! Hi Lo Free. Wednesday.................72 35 Thursday....................75 41 Friday..........................69 46 Saturday.....................64 45 Sunday........................63 43 Monday.......................69 37 Tuesday......................71 41 .36 Wednesday.................. 36 B.H. Wimberley Miami Copper Assay Office NEW COURTHOUSE Gathering at the site to look over prelimi- nary plans for Gila County's new courthouse off Ash Street in East Globe are (1-r) Superior Court Judge Barry DeRose, County Finance Officer Gutierrez, Supervisors Lynn Sheppard and James Dawdy, Architect Anne Rysdale and Supervisor Adolph (Fito) Trujillo, chair- man of the board. able to answer each of them to the satis- faction of the rest of the council since the meeting adjourned without discus- sion or any motion except to adjourn. Aguirre questioned Van Buskirk regarding alleged discrepencies in payroll and "comp" time, personnel and record keeping, purchase of an automobile from the Department of Pub- lic Safety, insurance on vehicles under thejurisdiction of the police department, payment of insurance premiums for a person not directly employed by the city, a checking account maintained by the police department for training funds and expenditures not supported by sufficient documentation. Certain policy items were referred to City Manager Lionel Blair, who is to check with the Central Arizona Associa- tion of Governments and the League of Cities and Towns over procedures which could, perhaps, enhance the city's record keeping and budgetary efficiency. No specific charges of wrong doing were made during the meeting as Coun- cilman Aguirre advanced his several questions. Chief Van Buskirk, in answer- ing the questions, took advantage of the forum toapplaud the efforts of his depart- ment in several areas. Ground rules laid down at the beginn- ing of the special session were followed by both men who were kept from ranging beyond the general area of the questions proposed by Councilman Aguirre and the answers by Chief Van Buskirk. Although it was apparent that the other members of the city council did not share dissatisfaction with the opera- tion of the police department, Aguirre declared he would propose a request for a federal audit of department expendi- tures at ttw next meeting of the council THE NEXT regular council meeting is scheduled for April 7.   

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