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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - October 7, 1976, Winslow, Arizona South 3r liast 1894 Volume 83 Number 34 k WINSLOW Class Postage Paid At Arizona 86047 October 7, 1976 Rules In Butler's Starts Write-in MELODIC background for the Methodist Women's annual style show and luncheon was provided by Shirley Mrs. Riddle played during the hincheon and offered a variety of new and keyed to the themes of the Town Under at the Department of Economic Winslow says as plans now five of the employees of the local office will be going over to Holbrook to work out of the Old transfer is being made for closer he workers will then be back in Winslow welfare components and a number of program managers will be working out of the Holbrook and plans call for job service and the unemployment section to remain in weekly football contest is starting in this think readers will enjoy sure to could win the weekly are on the sports High School is planning its Homecoming for Oct. for the event will be The number of public offices will be closed for Post Office windows will be the lobby will be open offices will be open won't have a holiday until Nov. 11)....Banks will be and schools will be in session on Oct. 11....The State Department of Economic Security office will be offices will be the Indian health has been and signed by the the new Winslow Hospital facility was apparently not included in the million funding which will fund the three-year Mail checked with Senator Paul Fannin's and was on Page 10) Butler will be the official Democratic candidate for the Board of Supervisors from District 2, but M.J. the is liol Out oi the picture in any the decision of Judge McBryde of who heard the contested election case last week in the Navajo County Superior Court and ruled in favor of Butler late Monday think Judge decision is a gross miscarriage of We had 11 nine of whom stated they did not really know who they voted but testified that they wanted to vote for confirmed that he will be running as a write-in candidate on Nov. 2, and several citizens supporting have already started a massive campaign in his the announcement of Judge Butler he had accused me of had not pointed out that his own from the had been that tile Board of Supervisors had approved the of us were beaten in Butler Mr. did not oppose the results of that precinct's welcome a write-in he won in and won in and now I will win in the pointed out that he had 0'-Haco's pointing out that there were posters in the Tees Toh Chapter House where the voting was taking were that the did not pertain to what Mr. had were not Butler had the option of instigating our own suit on the said that according to his all 11 of witnesses members of the same family or visiting judge heard the case on 28. M.J. the incumbent who was defeated by Butler by the slim margin of 17 votes in the primary had contested the and had asked the court to discount the votes from the Tees Toh precinct where he lost by a margin of 160 to 55. McBryde did say in his decision that there were some irregularities in the contest at Tees Toh and on the part of one or more members of the election Judge McBryde also stated that the evidence is unclear for whom the ballots were He further is further unclear that these irregularities would effect the result of the or at least render it McBryde continued by saying that as a matter of law the provided fell far short of the clear and convincing oof necessary to e that the entire vote of the Tees Toh precinct to be public necessity would not be served by so he said in the course of the Richard of the Flagstaff law Wall and presented 11 a number of whom said they did not really know for whom they were voting in the far as the Nov. 2 election is Johnny Butler will appear in the Democratic spot for the supervisors from District 2 on the RAUL CASTRO is pictured as he gave the principal address Friday afternoon during the dedication ceremonies for the new Navajo County Governmental located just off 77 about two miles south of Seele Vote On Golf Course discussion of different methods of funding the purchase of the Painted Desert Golf Club led to a sometimes stormy session at the Winslow Qty Council meeting Tuesday vice mayor and councilman heading the Parks and Recreation opened the and proposed that the city levy an license on businesses catering to transients and A number of and bar owners were in the audience. Pete one of the owners of the Falcon Restaurant and questioned the city's choice of motels and restaurants owner of The Pizza stated that few citizens objected to the city's owning a golf but he said that there was a big question as to why the city should one group is National 4-H and 1 would like to join others in a word of appreciation to the many fine young people who are taking part in this you went to any community in our area and asked for a listing of the outstanding young people of that I bet you would find a lot of 4-H members on used to be that 4-H was for the youths in the rural Not so any Our society has changed to an urban and 4-H has changed to meet these new there a 4-H program for just about every interest group you can And if the regular 4-H program doesn't have just the exact program a group may then the 4-H leaders will try to develop 4-H program is it is designed to meet the needs of today's It helps our young people to grow physically and It helps them become better people today and better leaders congratulations and best wishes to the 4-H members of our You're doing a great You really represent the young people of our we are mighty proud of my thanks also go to the adult leaders who spend so many hours with these young people in helping make the 4-H programs and adults who would like to know more about the 4-H program should call Frances Romanoski at 524-6271 in or write to her at box 190, Ariz. 86025. She is the 4-H agent for our + the years there have been a lot of governmental programs and some not so in my one of the best programs to come along is the Farmers Home Administration self-help housing program assists families of modest to build their own It takes a lot of but families 6nd it well worth Housing Authority of Navajo County is seeking to expand this program throughout the entire representative will be available in Winslow every Thursday morning from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at Happy's Senior Center at 210 E. Second St. If you would like more information about the stop in and talk it over with the of the program will also be in Show Low every Tuesday morning from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the County Building on Duece of Clubs Ave. The representative will be able to answer questions and take applications for the self-help housing may also be obtained at any time during regular business Monday through by contacting Karen E. executive her office is located at 109 E. Arizona St. the telephone number is 524-6168. members of the housing authority who are this program Frank Frances vice J. Viola and Ernest Auditions Oct. 23 In for the production of the Northland Symphony in Holbrook and St. 4, 10 and 11) will be held Oct. 23, at 3 p.m. in the Winslow High school music tenor and bass soloists wiU be chosen by a panel of five should prepare the following for the were and a and that tellest good and I tell and trumpet shall may bring their own an accompanist wUl be provided for the participation in the singers should contact the following John Shirley Eugene Show Jerry Don St. production will be the direction of Kurt opera inquiries may be made to Jack 289-3260. High School Has Honor Society of National Honor Society members was held on Oct. 6, at Winslow High These students were elected to this honor by their teachers and must be in the top 15 percent of the Senior Class and the top 10 percent of the Junior Class in order to be considered for Other qualities considered are and their willingness to like your She's full of service to school and honor students were inducted by the present members who include Rhonda Tom Diane Ronald Lorraine Harold Minnie Linda Donna Karen Williams and William of the Senior Class inducted were Julian Paul Dorothea Barbara Joseph Gene Nancy kye Sylvia Billy Sonja Karen and Dana who were inducted are Robin Donald Joseph Mary Jeff Deborah Phillip David Guzman and Steve the tax were on all I would not he told the councilmen that he had been one of the charter members of the Country and in He stated that he have to oppose the occupational tax if it were applied to only one type of business in McHood said that when the city began thinking of buying the golf course officials could not see the availability of but wanted to keep the Country Qub They had studied the situation and concluded that other cities across the country had used the proposed method of letting the costs be borne by the people who were was noted by a of the audience that very few tourists use the country that it is primarily intended for the for people who live people in should be taxed to pay for said that the tourists who travel through Winslow or who stop in Winslow have the benefit of the Winslow Police to protect and he felt that the council was justified in levying the m the audience i t was suggested that should look at the numbers of in and motor homes and trailers who spend the night in the empty parking lots of the and avoid the motels and restaurants chief of the U.S. Forest Service in Washington is reviewing the financial statement of Southwest Chemical lone bidder for a pine stump sale on the Coconino timber management U. S. Forest said Tuesday that the Washington officials have not issued any after they received the company's financial report early this Chemical Corporation has announced plans to build a pine stump plant in to extract resins and oil from pitchy and dead left in the forest after timbering while they argued that the city and the chamber of commerce were working hard to pull the tourists into need the he spending a few dollars in the tourist is entitled to a night's I don't see penalizing the tourist who comes He pointed out the undesirability of forcing a two percent additional bed and bar tax in making a seven poncent total tax on restaurants and and seven percent total on stressed that he didn't want to ruin the country but that if the councils did go ahead with the he had a legal right to put a petition before Uie a lot of he Pate stated that the city council had studied the proposal of the sales tax and felt that there were many retired and people on fixed incomes in town who would be affected by the over-all sales tax That was the he why the council had leaned in favor of putting the tax on He said that he had stayed in many motels around the and had paid as high as eight percent and as low as two percent for various projects from public safety to in the audience noted that the city better put the money into the Little as adults could afford to pay for their own talking more than a golf Councilman McHood talking about the West End Recreation with an indoor tennis handball horseshoe all of which are much needed in the tax is Why start the project with a little 29 79 46 30 82 49 1 70 54 74 51 3 70 44 4 69 41 5 72 39 6 75 38 days and cool Home Opens opening date for Winslow's extended care the Winslow Convalescent previously set for Oct. 1, was temporarily The facility will open Oct. 8 for private BIA and county according to Mrs. Kay looks very Mrs. Melick She explained that the nursing which passed preliminary state inspections has needed a good deal of attention to final particularly telephone and draperies to be hung before patients could be kitchen will be installed within three or four Mrs. Melick Furniture is coming in this week for the and some equipment has not yet a graduate d St. has been a registered nurse in Arizona for 30 and has been active in several different areas of nursing for 25 She has served recently as a nursing service and has had broad experience in coronary and intensive care in both large and small the nursing staff of the Winslow Convalescent Cathy will be in charge of the Patricia will work Tillie will work on the 11-7 of the non-professional positions at the nursing home have been Mrs. Melick need an LPN on the 3-11 and a Melick noted that any registered nurses interested in working relief part time shifts are encouraged to enquire at the administrator's of the facility be Ronald Mrs. who is work as maintenance Mark Mrs. will be assistant and will be in charge of the bookkeeping and clerical in the convalescent home will have their own Mrs. Melick Dr. Raouf Hallis will take care of or industrial illnesses OT nursing home has 35 patient with two Melick said that she intended to apply for medicare certification for the probably after the first of the now there won't be enough money to pay for this big member of the Put it on the told the that they should what they were trying to Sell it as a recreational thing for the Tell them what it will McHood stated that the officials on Page 10) Dr. Potts Elected To College John Potts of Show Low has won a position on the district governing board for Northland Pioneer College vacated by Tilden Wilbur in an election last unofficial results votes will have to be canvassed at the next district board meeting slated for Oct. 12 in Show Low at the Goldwater a Show Low came in second with 103 votes as opposed to 202 Two other candidates were also in the race and Kevin Knell of Show Low received 91 votes and Wesley Bonito of Whiteriver tallied 70 secretary to Edwin R. president of said this is the largest turnout for an of this kind in this The total number of votes cast in the 1W. Potts has a broad background in the field of He has previously served in the Arizona Department of Education as an associate has had extensive involvement with the legislature in writing school he has been a classroom teacher in the high college and university and has also served on the State Board of Education as a special education advisory committee Dr. Potts is involved in private business in Show Low at White Mountain JOHN
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