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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - May 24, 1973, Winslow, Arizona ARIZONA THE ARIZONA 86001 1894" 79 Number 16 Second Class Postage Arizona 86047 May 24, 1973 Welcome To Our Armed WILL HOLD High School graduates will receive their diplomas in combined commencement exercises May 30 at 8 p.m. at the High School of the class of 1973 is Miss Pam is Miss Brenda The theme of the graduation is from a from science and ' inquiry and similarly every activity and is thought to aim at some valedictory address will be given on Morality of The salutatory address will Pursuit of Rev. Harry Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Winslow will give the Baccalaureate Duggins is Dugr gins of Jennings is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin of Winslow Mail offices will be closed all day Monday May 28, in observance of Memorial administrative officer at the PHS Hospital has his he and will be leaving Winslow n June for a new position as director of cost improvement projects for non-metropolitan in Salt Lake He and his he have been very pro on They'll miss the small the hunting and fishing The Mail is featuring the pictures of the Winslow High School Class of 1973 in the special section in this week's Many thanks to the secretarial staff of High School for their assistance in this Humane Society has requested additional funds amounting to dollars for operations in the next fiscal They have requested permission to hire another dog so that one can be on the streets eight hours a With one at the shelter eight hours a li's budget and the city officials and department are wrestling with requests for and rising Candelaria says that they've received some new golf carts at the golf The greens open to the of the Navajo County District 11 Nurses will have their book May at 9 a.m. in front of Money from on Page 12 This Paul schools throughout Navajo County have or shortly commencement with interest ha h young people in their high school pride their in their our congratulations for a job best wishes to each of in the years all of to the great Slaving this A lot of people have time to make it a of us to show us we appreciate all the as we can. It is shaping n and celebrations in Don t miss the WINSLOW PARADE AND AIR 1 1:30 n 9 to 1 Grn Rodeo 2:30 1:30 1:30 Army 8:30 9 1 Day events in Winslow will be kicked off May 26, with special events at the Winslow display will be a military demonstration unit from the U.S. Army Parachute The Golden Knights will drop into the rodeo grounds at 2:30 p.m. and will give a demonstration at 1 p.m. May 28. ceremonies will take place on May 28, at 9 a.m. at Third and Williamson in downtown with Art Brock as master of ceremonies and Shelby deputy sovereign grand master of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows to give an address on this the U.S. Army Band will play and Mrs. Helen president of the Woman's Club will dedicate a plaque to the Armed parade will start at 10 and will be announced by Art The parade will form at First Street and Berry Ave. and will proceed East on Second Street to north to Third West on Third Street to Prairie Ave. where it will Army Band will appear in an outdoor concert at Vargas Field Sunday night at 8:30 p.m. Music will include pops and light classical The highlight of the three-day event will be the huge air show at Winslow which will feature jet and a demonstration by the Golden promises to be the most exciting event ever planned for Bob ber of Commerce who will attend include Shelby sovereign grand Odd Gen. William R. U.S. Marine Maj. arid Mrs. David U.S. Lt. Cmdr. Vard U.S. hU Cmdr. U.S. DPS To Sponsor July 4th Fireworks of Public Safety and Beta Tau Sorority will this year to present the annual Fourth of July Fireworks to the city of Tau will collect all the and will keep an exact accounting of all Bob DPS officer informed the city council Tuesday officers will order the store set them with all safety precautions to be They are he the highest quality from a firm in of this year's fireworks display will be Space city council approved a donation of for the fireworks to the Beta Tau will make a house to house collection campaign this year for fireworks fund Of Sharing GENERAL William R. U.S. Marine Corps will be in Winslow Sunday flying a U.S. Maj. Lois Ret. U.S. Capt. John G. U.S. Arizona Brenda Peter Navajo Tribal Clarence Hopi Tribal John State Tony State Leonard special assistant to Sen. Barry Holbrook Town Mr. and Mrs. Art Dick American Legion department commander and senior vice Seeks Abandonment Of Council Tuesday evening heard a request from Babbitt Brothers to abandon a portion of West Fourth Street between Prairie and request was made after it was determined that Babbitt's buildings have encroached approximately 1.85 feet into the street right of possibly due to an engineering error when the center was Babbitt company is planning a building program at their Shopping it was would like to keep the new buildings in line with those previously an alternative to the request for street it was suggested that the city make the nearly two feet line available to Babbitt's on A V matter will be and will be resolved by June 12. council called for a public to be held June 26, regarding Winslow Memorial Hospital's request for a zone An area facing Williamson Ave. they have requested to come into while a portion of Dr. George clinic grounds would go into the city as R-1 Planning and Zoning commission recommended the changes as Trish who was sponsored by the Coca Cola Bottling received her crown from Mistress of Ceremonies Mrs. Cub Westby To Reign As Winslow's Rodeo 21, was named Rodeo Queen and will reign over the events of Western Week in a was crowned by Mrs. Cub in ceremonies held Saturday queen candidates were judged on horsemanship they chatted with Mistress of Ceremonies Mrs. and then put their horses through mount and fast figure and fast stop exercises at the in the contest was Karen 17, a Winslow High School and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. ticket sales award went to Karen queen contestants were Vera Rosa Esther Long and CecHia judges were Paula Bonnie Lowe and Tex while Johnnie rodeo committee served as the arena city of Winslow Tuesday night determined the expenditure of its revenue sharing allocation for the entitlement period beginning Jan. 1, 1973, and ending June 30, 1973. action was taken during the regular city council session which was conducted at the Civic allocation was made for an estimated total of in the following Under maintenance has been designated for recreation 70 percent of this amount to be spent for existing services and 30 percent planned for a new or expanded capital was planned for multipurpose and general 40 percent for equipment and 60 percent for Transportation is to receive with 14 percent ot this amount to go toward equipment and 86 designated for safety was allocated with 90 percent to go toward construction and 10 percent toward land recreation and was 20 percent designated for equipment and 80 percent for Pat city advised according the records documenting the above report are available for public and news media She indicated that it was too soon to predict whether the availability of revenue sharing funds would affect the borrowing requirements of this It was also too she to predict whether or not the availability of revenue sharing funds will affect tile tax levels of the city of Calls For Further Study Of Councilmen Drop Their Delivery Ordinance Move To Daylight small but vocal crowd attended the city council meeting Tuesday evening to make their wishes known regarding Winslow's move to adopt Daylight Saving was apparent that those present who favored the proposal or three were overpowered by those present or who were against the consensus of opinion seemed to be that all of appreciates the confusion which besets those who live by city time and work by Santa Fe But didn't want this confusion to restaurant owners spoke against the Pete stated that the confusion did not hurt the pocketbooks of the Santa Fe employees and their but that Daylight Time would cut into his business and would hurt the city's sales tax receipts as owner of two one in Holbrook and one in declared that it would cause tremendous confusion to him and his woman who attended declared that it would make Winslow appear ridiculous to the rest of the to make the on its own to Daylight She pointed out that school and extracurricular activities would be thrown topsy turvy with scheduling difficulties and bussing Winslow Memorial Hospital stated that if the bars of the city would go on Daylight stay open until 2 on the basis of her emergency she was against city out of respect for those who attended the determined that they would not it Vice mayor Phil McLaws stated that was for Daylight and felt that citizens should work to get the state legislature in line with the rest of the Jim Nottingham countered by stating that the rest of the nation should get in step with County Planning Commission will hold its regular May meeting on May 24, at 7:30 in the Board of Supervisors hearing room at the courthouse in the agenda will be several R-1 Zoning Ordinance variance Lester is petitioning for a ' iance in order to permit establishing a wrecking yard and body and fender shop in Bushman Acres north of Erringer of Pinetop is requesting a variance to permit of a shopping center on Highway 173 between Lakeside and Leonhart of White Mountain Lake is requesting an R-1 zoning variance in order that he may be permitted to build a storage locker type building on Lots 35 and 36 in Unit No. 1, White Mountain Santa Fe Conductor Receives 50-Year Local No. 778, United Transportation honored one of it's veteran members this past Retired Santa Fe conductor RETIRED CONDUCTOR John Purdy receives John Purdy was awarded a tions from president of Local No. 778. scroll and emblem denoting 50 who retired from the Santa Fe in 1963, was presented years of continuous 50-year award last in the United Union and it's predecessor The Brotherhood of Railroad awarded emblems were Shadoan and 30 R.D. 20 Horner and M.O. 10 years councilmen Tuesday night after to have an ordinance prepared for further study regarding Winslow's gasoline delivery regulations in the downtown majority of the council apparently felt that certain proposed changes to present ordinance should be They noted the of incorporating regulations limiting the length of delivery they felt that trucks delivering gasoline should meet the Underwriters standards for Deliveries into Winslow's number one fire they should be made between the hours of 11 p.m. and 6 Jim Peterson and Phil McLaws voted against changing the present ordinance in any City's present restricts gasoline deliveries made in the number one fire zone to trucks of no more than 3500 gallons city was requested recently to chance its to allow gasoline deliveries from units carrying 3800 to 4,000 Lee and attorneys for Wayne Art Whiting and Bob Circle had provided City Attorney Bob Clarke with several court decisions relating to similar The Winslow attorney had also researched similar he told the advised the councilmen that he felt that the weight of opinion was against the present Winslow and said that he felt that if the present ordinance was tested in court it would be cases which he he showed that courts have determined that capabilities of fire are greater with increased handling of Their decisions pointed rather than promoting public a small truck making many trips back and forth delivering gas is considered to be a that a small tank truck delivery from a bulk Unk frequently lacks safety and danger of fires is thereby suggested to the city council that changes in the present ordinance might include safety device requirements on tank and that maneuverability into the out of service stations might be noted that the streets in were no wider now were when the present ordinance was that Servicestation lots are rip bigger all that has he is an increase in traffic through the Tom first motion to revise the ordinance to restrict the length of delivery trucks and restrict the trucks to meet the underwriters and to include safety devices as required on federal and state delivery vehicles was not when councilman Joel declined to further the council determined that a study of revisions of the present gasoline code was They will consult with Clarke and the Winslow fire chief on several points before revisions are Poppy Day Will Be Held May 28 American Legion Auxiliary will hold its annual Poppy Day on May 28. poppies are made by hand by disabled veterans and all proceeds will benefit these will in the downtown area and at the Airport and Rodeo Grounds all day 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 Mostly fair and Friday through 47 1
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