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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - November 16, 1978, Winslow, Arizona 3322 Lake Volume 85 Number 40 WINSLOW Class Postage Paid at Ariz. 86047 _ November 16, 1978 Copy 15 Is Theme for Christmas tree sales on the Apache National Forest may be picked up at the Forest Service at the Joseph City Post Office and the Holbrook Chamber of Completed forms should be mailed to Christmas Box 29053, 85038 with a check or money made out to the Forest for Because of possible mud and snow in tree cutting travelers should check local weather and road conditions starting their Little Colorado River Association will have an awards dinner Saturday Nov. 18, at the VFW There will trophies and buckles for the top scoring Election of officers this week named John Thorn as president of the Susie Paul as vice Susan Shaw as secretary and Maralee Ervein as value of the national forests is the theme of the compact exhibit presented by the Navajo County Historical Society at their headquarters 312 Warren in A slide presentation will be shown by John Smith of Duke City Lumber Company at the AARP meeting tonight at the First Baptist Church fellowship in the interest of better appreciation and enjoyment of these valuable forest time at the Library will be at the regular 10 a.m. with movies to be shown at 3:30, with the time changed for the Christmas Movies will be and a Goofy to Play Picture pages are to forget your library advises Chris children's Blackshear appeared before the City Council Tuesday requesting recognition of to Read The councilmen gave official sanction to the designating the week from Nov. 27 to Dec. 1 be set aside for this Councilmen requested parental involvement in the Title I reading There are 600 students in the Title I program Title I is funded by nearly a third of a million federal dollars in City Council approved Cecil McCormick as an weekend upon a recommendation of Judge Milton city McCormick replaces Mel Bumgarner in this mayor-elect of Tombstone town too tough to was named an honorary city councilman Tuesday night's proceedings at the Harper and his are on a tour of visiting a number of towns and cities before he takes office in Margaret 32nd annual Christmas Parade will wind through downtown this Nov. 18, with its colorful horse and everybody's favorite The parade will begin at 2 theme this year is 1977 Man and Woman of the Heber Jackson and Doris will serve as them for one of the Northland's major events will be Shrine club entries such as the El Zaribah Oriental the El Zaribah Shrine Clown the Shrine Club Clown Motor Patrol and the Tucson marching bands will add excitement to the Among the music groups registered for the big day are the High School and the Hopi Day School Junior High Band as well as other marching groups from Joseph Tuba City and nearly 70 entries have registered for what promises to be one of the largest Christmas Parades in the state of are being sponsored by Memorial No. 10 Order of the the Brownie the Soroptimist Third LDS Church and the Bible Baptist be made in the following government business youth civic and There will be second and third place awards in all this year will be the Glenn Olmsted Traveling trophy for the best local The award is made in recognition of a former citizen who served as Santa Claus in the Christmas Parade festivities for many years before his year Santa Claus will make a sweep of the city before he settles in for a ride in the Fire Engine along the parade He will make appearances at the North Park Plaza at 9 he will be in downtown at 10 a.m. and will appear at Babbitt's Shopping Center after the holiday procession will start at Berry and Second move east to then north to Third Street and proceed west to where it will our area have a heart throughout the You bet it And there is plenty of evidence to prove doubt you have noticed the articles we have been publishing on the various special children who are available for report from the Arizona Department of Economic Security shows the size of the heart of the people in this month we published a group of six children ranging in age from 2 to 10 all from the same who were available for you believe that in the state there were a total of 70 Of this 14 came from our families in Snowflake wanted more four families in expressed an interest in these two families in Holbrook responded to the and one family in Clay Springs sought more information on the there was an inquiry from over in Apache asking about the officials feel confident that a good family will be found for these you can bet that will bring a lot of happiness to a lot of is a effort between the state agency and Arizona newspapers to try to spotlight some of the very special children who need a isn't a every but many of the children have been And the state agency may be able to place other children with families who have expressed an interest in you think you might like to adopt a please write to P. D. adoptions Arizona Department of Economic P.O. 6123, Ariz. 85005. life of some child will be made and I know your own life will be made richer and more great Christmas Parade will be held this Saturday beginning at 2 It is always one of the finest parades in the state and it helps get us all in the holiday there are some who wonder about having a Christmas parade before There are a couple of good the Shrine clowns are one of the featured attractions of the their busy schedule allows them to participate only the weekend before it is very difficult to get much participation for a parade held the weekend right after Thanksgiving since the schools are closed and since so many people are out of the parade were scheduled the next weekend or then it would conflict with other parades and activities in the So after all is said and the weekend before Thanksgiving has been found to be the best for the is always a great treat for and I will be looking forward to seeing you at the parade this Saturday + + the it was apparent that the new North Park Plaza Shopping Center would be a real asset to Winslow's business It is a real sign of growth and development of our not even in my imagination did I realize how large and beautiful the center would be when It is most My congratulations and best wishes to the developers and to all the stores at the new MOUSE PAID a brief visit to with a party at the White Mickey was riding The Amtrak train pulled into the station the Marguerita del complete with a.m. and nearly 200 enthusiastic Mickey at the rear of the the Disney Mickey is on im celebrating his 50th his trip will end Approve Golf Course Designer For Margaret and engineering programs for the development of the Hospitality Park golf course occupied the attention of the city council Tuesday an engineering fee to redesign the sewer line to carry water from the treatment plant to the proposed golf course City was approved by the council This would also call for an adjustment to the sewer recommendation for the expenditure was made by Arturo de la city who told the councilmen that funds for the request had been budgeted in the department request will be made to the Environmental Protection Agency to obtain a change order and the funds necessary to install the la Cerda also to the city council that Arthur Jack golf course be hired to proceed with the development in order to meet requirements recently set by the Arizona Outdoor Recreation Coordinating development planning for the first nine holes of the proposed golf course will cost an estimated Of this will be the initial expenditure for a schematic design phase of the first nine holes of the The latter phase should be undertaken De la Cerda to meet has made application tV to fund the Hospitality Park golf Dick Bates and De la Cerda attended the meeting in Phoenix on Nov. 7, and requested approval of the city's application for funding of the first nine holes of the golf as the federal share la Cerda reported that after considerable discussion the commission members indicated that they would consider the application at their December meeting and they recommended that the city obtain a definite from EPA on the water distribution commission members noted that they have received golf course applications from other cities that have been slow in they have not They voiced some concern to the officials that the next U.S. Congress will be evaluating programs on their and if the commission is not expending funds in a and expeditious the programs may be reiterated a major concern that obtain EPA approval and indicate progress on the la Cerda urged the city councilmen to hire Snyder as golf course to proceed with the planning design phase of the in order as he to properly locate the course and the water distribution system from the sewage treatment also suggested that the council direct John Engineers city's contract engineering to proceed with CUTTING ceremonies were held inside the store last Sunday morning when the new Super Safeway officially opened its On hand for the occasion were Mayor Dick Robert retail operations Safeway John Safeway district Ron manager of the Super Ralph city and in the back Steve Chamber of Commerce Heber chamber and Frank president of the local Has Grand 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ticks me off is the CELEBRATE Chance of showers clearing with no precipitation forecast through the Highs expected in the 50's; lows in Inc. opened a new super market at 1601 North Park Drive in The Safeway which observed its grand opening Nov. 12, replaces the old store at 216 East Fourth Street in 36,300 square feet of shopping the new Super Safeway is the largest Safeway in Northern has a complete liquor and wine and has Safeway's usual fine meat featuring USDA choice meat as well as expanded produce and grocery store has eight computer with an express lane for fast customer Safeway store manager in been named to manage the new North Park Plaza Shopping home of the new Super also features Whipples of a Sprouse Reitz variety Revco as well as Aaronson's Paulette's the Sunshine Donut the Nest gift and T's Odyssey McDonald's restaurant will start construction shopping center was developed ' by of Deadlines Next of the Thanksgiving we will publishing early next The will be printed Tuesday evening and come out Wednesday We will need all news and advertising by 12 noon Nov. 20, at the we would appreciate any copy we can obtain today or We thank you for your kind cooperation in helping us meet our printing carriers will be delivering The Shopping Guide on Wednesday Nov. 22, after Shopping Guide
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