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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - March 11, 1976, Winslow, Arizona                                1894 Volume 83 Number 4  THE  WINSLOW Class Postage Paid At Arizona 86047  Section March 11, 1976  Curtis, McHood INTERESTED citizens attended the hearing last Wednesday at the Complex when DOT representatives answered questions related to the Winslow drainage system and the 1-40 Lost Nearly 9 L. Store For Inc. is observing its eighth anniversary this although the original Store for Men has been in Winslow for many leased the Stevens Brothers cleaning business and men's wear in 1937, and bought the business a year and Frances Chacon and Chavez took over the store eight now have the For Men and For Gals departments and Eddie Chacon is in charge of the store's new featuring furniture and a home entertainment which provides a reproduction on the pumper truck with plans and available water supplies was a feature of the March issue of Western Fire a magazine for fire and rescue service Charles Howell has announced that the Catholic Daughters will host the annual St. Patrick's Day bridge and canasta party at St. Joseph's Parish Hall on Mar. 17... The affair will begin at 1 p.m. and tickets are per parish potluck is planned marking the Feast of St. on Mar. 19 at the St. Joseph school potluck will start at 6 p.m. and parish members are asked to bring silver service and a will be held at St. Francis Winslow on Mar. 14, from 4:30 to 8 The Mariachi Juvenile Guadalajara will play at the 10 a.m. mass on This is a group of young boys which is touring the U.S. from Most of them in the group are Admission for the for and for children under 15...  outgoing city announced that the Tuesday session would be his last as he will not be able to attend the next regular sessions this He said that he had really enjoyed the almost four years he'd been on the under the leadership of Tom and two with Jim he felt that the city had accomplished a lot during that He passed his good wishes to the ongoing councilmen and those who will be sworn in next and thanked the local newspaper and radio truly enjoyed the he This Paid and recent the popular thing has been to make snide remarks about the CIA and our other intelligence a man who had an opportunity to really understand the operation of our intelligence agencies told a local audience that he came away with a lot of respect for the CIA after a probe of the the new dean of the ASU College of was the guest speaker Monday at the meeting of the Counties Bar was chosen as a senior counsel to the Commission on CIA The headed by Vice President Nelson looked into the operations of the CIA told the bar association that most of the American intelligence officers he met during the proceedings were highly trained and highly There is always a bad apple in every but most of the officers were first rate in their the ASU law dean he said the commission had been given permission to utilize the CIA codes to be able to with the He pointed out that most of the CIA information is in the computers and unless one knew the he could spend a lot of time and still never find the information he said he did not know just how well the proposed reorganization of the intelligence recently announced by President would said he fully supported the idea of an committee to keep an eye on the intelligence services and also to protect the personal rights of the individual American he said he questioned whether the proposed committee would have adequate authority and manpower to do the the intelligence services are working for the interest of the generally the ASU dean said that wisdom dictated that they be carefully regulated to insure that some of the excesses reported could not happen all in all Gellhorn had some complimentary words for the and that is entirely different from a lot of reports which have come out of Washington in recent 70 percent of registered voters went to the polls Monday in the municipal general by a wide elected James L. Curtis to his second term as council seats were with incumbent Joel McHood receiving the highest number of and Leonard Graham and Ralph J. Conner named remaining Graham and Conner will replace outgoing councilmen Peterson and Jimmy total of 1,202 ballots were cast in the Curtis received 729; his J.L. Wood and Norman Pruett received 51 and 388 votes for the councilmen were tallied as 351; Ralph J. 653; Leonard 801; Joel 856; and Ralph 625.  of the proposed amendments to the city charter with was the first time that Winslow voters have voted a bilingual City officials said that many people voted and on the and some element of confusion was as a few voters voted one way in and exactly the opposite in Ballots were not rejected if the voter cast the same no or yes vote in both English and There were no ballots cast entirely on the Spanish according to city Six ballots were at the voting booth were Carol Mary Ida and Eva Mae Nelson and Maiy Grace Castle Bessie Padilla and Doris Thursa Davison and Carla tally board was as Carol Mary and Ida Carol Cain and Mary Grace and others assisting were Ed Thursa Carla Mclaws and Mary canvassing of the ballots was carried out at the city council Tuesday evening and the election was officially Medical Services Occupies Attention Of Margaret began as a hike to look for some snow along the could have ended in tragedy for young Genevieve foster daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin The little girl wandered away from her Ames Acres home in Winslow last and was missing for nearly nine hours before she was than 150 members of search and rescue County Parks Department and determined volunteers joined the search which was concentrated near the Little Colorado north of the time an eight year old Apache who is small for her had been located about 9:20 p.m. the search had spread from the to the reservation line down to Henderson Ave. in to North Park to the and to Monkey light snow had fallen Wednesday and was still on the ground the next had told her classmates that she wanted to play in the She reached home about 11:30 Thursday for and disappeared shortly She made her way down to the river and had apparently walked in circles until after was falling asleep when J. and D.W. members of the Navajo Search and rescue with a party of about 25 located here in the sandy brush along the The weather had turned bitterly cold after the sun went and the uneven were beginning to call for a prayer search started about 1 p.m. when after a hasty search near his called the Navajo County sheriff's and at that time the search and rescue units were and some of his neighbors in the Ames Acres area continued their unofficial but failed to locate the young search effort with volunteers and more neighbors joining in. Sgt. Gwyn of the sheriff's Harold Mintz and Lt. Elmer of the Winslow Search and Rescue units were joined by deputy director of the county emergency and a number of county parks on page 12)  state attended the Winslow City Council meeting Tuesday night and participated in a discussion of the proposed emergency medical services legislative by Wettaw and Tony state is progressing ' through the House and is expected to reach the he which will provide for medical technicians EMT and which are viewed as a potentially viable paramedic program in the rural areas of he would basically help to equip the technician 200 hours of study beyond EMT to cope with accident victims on the highway heart allergic reactions and drug The hit heavy seas at as emergency physicians in Phoenix reacted charging that rural doctors were not smart enough to handle the problems involved in working with the Wettaw could be handled through Northland Pioneer College and requires a minimal of Students could study on their own Winslow City officials are studying the proposed emergency medical services as the Fire solution than it was a week facing the city council are the costs of the proposed EMT program possible liability and malpractice levels of how to confine the or set the as to the distance to be traveled and conflicts in dispatching fire and emergency personnel how to achieve maximum cooperation with the local Police Scott's Ambulance the Department of Public and other local says that he is not in favor of dropping the but feels that more information is needed before the council can set the Fire a blank check to the fire Peterson said that it was his that EMT are under the Samaritan rendering first aid are not to be held but technicians rated above EMT II need worth of Wettaw was unable to provide information to the councilmen regarding the city's but said that he would investigate the response to a query sent to the state attorney general last city officials were told to trust the Good Samaritan Act too and Butler pointed out that if the city undertakes the program it will be on the terms that the city would make sure it had the attended the city * coverage for work session told the councilmen that they were as how to They stated that they were getting requests for emergency assistance on the fire and didn't know how to handle On three he the Fire Department has responded to an emergency situation with the pumper do need Md the fire chief told the we roll with EMT other council Johnny Butler ment requested guidelines last stated that more information ector of public relations for week for its eight local EMT on program was needed and Southern Union Gas and is to that the council couldn't sign the drilling crew is in of setting up their rig at the third said in a telephone interview yesterday that the second test well searching for natural oil or did not turn up any This means that Arrests Eberhardt For Kidnapping In Mar. 10,1976, Richard E. special agent in charge of the Phoenix office of the FBI advised The Winslow Mail that Eric Van Eberhardt had been arrested in Tex. near after an intensive investigation by the which covered almost tlie entire western United warrant for Brown's arrest was deposits that exploitation Brown pleaded guilty charge and was third well will be federal court in Phoenix between Winslow and 1, 1975 for her part in at a little known This is in is presently 36, as at the Harris in this newspaper Center At the time of his also indicated the FBI he was in first located of a of Holbrook did off shot and indication of amount of but not enough place of the his access to further - - ' Eberhardt was drilling of the wells an opportunity to continue of this arrest was in The of an drilling is being done spanning nine by 13 western under a contract is charged with the forcible abduction of Patrick Leroy Gonzales in on July 10,1975. foiled Mazon Exxon Service Station in after he confronted Eberhardt with a stolen credit card which Eberhardt tried to use to purchase together with an Sylvia Jean forced Gonzales into the back of a stolen travel van which they had obtained in San was subsequently with in his mouth and eyes were also Several hours later Gonzales was thrown from the van into a still bound and near Colo. Gonzales was found by residents in the area during the early morning hours of July 11, 1975, after they were by cries for arrest in Porter came about when the FBI learned that he was living in Houston after spending several months in the New La. Eberhardt had been sought by the FBI since Aug. 13,1975 when a complaint was filed before U.S. Magistrate Stephen G. charging Eberhardt and Brown with violation of Title 18, section 1201-kidnapping.  and if the city was It was not a question of whether the council wanted or approved of the Cox have to operate within the and there is a limit to what we can Setting Up At New second of seven wildcat test located six miles north of has been capped and according to Jean copies of the Arizona Library Association 1976 poster for National Library Week 4-10) is well-known Winslow whose painting the is featured on the Looking on is Am Winslow Okay Calling Of hearing County Attorney Bob Hall's explanation that the County Board of Supervisors can not stop a bond election so long as the election conforms to the state and federal the supervisors unanimously approved Northland Pioneer College's request to call a bond election on Apr. 20.  supervisors ruling Tuesday had been put off for a week so they could get the county attorney's opinion on the Hall in to the don't think the statutes provide for administrative discretion at this a member of the got some friends who are against this and I've got some friends who are for the and in all fairness to the general I think we should approve the also a member of the seconded the motion and William made it was some informal discussion following the voting regarding compliance with new federal voting The ballots will in both English ai and interpreters w be on hand at each of tl polling places on the Indij reservations to assist tho who cannot read the ballots will also available through the district office in Holbro prior to the It w also noted that the absent ballots must be notarized a returned by 7 p.m. on J of the bonding firm Your Smith and w on hand to answer regarding the bond His firm is handling t election for said after the me ing that bonds sold this we for 5.9 at the School He said ti was exactly the same type and although a figi of seven percent is the Brown and officials are hopeful to s their bonds at a much lov rate should the voters the The maximum nine percent by on hand for the sess were Edwin pre dent of Northland and Arthur on page 12)  Junior Play Opens as Leander Cong and as Imogene rehearse a dramatic scene in the junior class play As The Driven by Jeff is the as the Driven will delight audiences both tonight and as Winslow High School presents its junior The curtain rises on this old fashioned melodrama at 7 p.m. both to the perils of Purity Dean as she and Leander Long Fellow seek to escape the snares of sinister Mortimer Diane Harold Soehner and Tony Ruiz these The balance of the cast includes Paul Dudley Kay Cheri Elyse Mary Ron Curley and Cindy Jane Wyatt and Steve Varner are the stage managers and Terry Thomas is in charge of special Among the has worked long and hard behind the are Rhonda Barbara Dorothea Nancy Dana Shirley Lynn Robert Denise I Lisa Frey and Kc this fine la and the perform and do take a remember those who h done a great deal of work very little who built the set performed the little tasks made it a has worked har coordinate the efforts of cast and discipline and planning ar necessary to a good production as they are i successful athletic 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10  little ten ature slight cc trend by  

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