Winslow Mail, July 4, 1984

Winslow Mail

July 04, 1984

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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - July 4, 1984, Winslow, Arizona Corp 3322 iast UT Class Postage Paid at Arizona 86047 USPS 247-160 1894 Volume 91 Number 21 July 4, 1984 Copy 25 Hosts Music Fair Races Develop For County Mariea the deadline arrived late Thursday afternoon for candidates to file for county and district a number of citizens had turned in their nominating assuring several races in the primary This Paul Editor and will be hosting its second annual Music Fair this and the event appears to be shaping up as an outstanding There will be plenty of of but there will be many other activities of interest to all age lot of planning and hard work has gone into this year's Music and we extend our thanks to everyone who is contributing in any way to make the event a there is a time of year that is more trying than others for public this is The time the public agencies deal with the it the public bodies are receiving more requests than ever for funding of various no most of the programs are worthwhile and would serve a public the public agencies also have to keep their spending in school etc. in Arizona cannot engage in deficit They must operate within the legal guidelines established by the rather too bad that our federal government didn't have the same Perhaps our country wouldn't be in such a financial mess if it any local agencies should not feel that their programs arc not considered important even if they cannot be funded as Sometimes there are just so many dollars to provide all the services the public and Time To didn't make us but at least she had the kindness to make us blind to our elections later this many more Democrats filed for the various as the Democratic Party holds about a two to one voter margin in the there will be Republican candidates for several of the three county supervisors filed for Percy Deal of Hard Rocks faces no opposition in District 1. Pete of Taylor also faces no opposition in District 4. will be choosing five supervisors this year as the citizens decided to enlarge the board from three to five members during a special election in third Johnny Butler of Winslow is seeking re-election in District 2. He will be opposed by Mike of Gary Winans of Lucio Ceballos of Caleb H. Johnson of Winslow and Gerald Knowles of The winner will face Kenneth R. Light of Winslow in the general the race for supervisor in District 3, there arc two candidates from each Marlin Gillespie of who is retiring as the county will meet David J. Tsosie of for their party's nomination in the The winner will face one of ihe two Republican Jeff Hunt or Alan both in the general candidates for supervisor in District 5 are Betty L. Hamilton of Eugene Gavigan of Larry Layton of Norman West of Frances Tom of Ray of Pinetop and Kay Moore of candidates have filed for They are Gene Rosette of Glen L. Flake of Tom Ortega of Angelo of Jim Click of Sikie Romo of Ned L. Maestas Jr. of and Kenneth Coplan of the contest for county Jay Turley of the will be opposed by Sharon Keene of and Steven L. Garcia of candidates for county superintendent of schools will be Jim Reidhead of the Bennett On Page 4 Mike second annual Winslow Music Fair is coming up this July 7 and 8, at Hospitality behind the Visitors total of 13 9 solo a gospel group and three bluegrass groups are scheduled to addition to the which will begin at 10 a.m. each there will be a horseshoe tournament on Saturday and a break dance competition on Contestants in these two events will all receive ribbons and gift certificates from local as well as prize money for the will be several concessionaires present during the two day selling such items as glass novelty and other horseshoe for two persons will get underway at 1 p.m. on Saturday and the break dancers will perform between musical acts on also beginning at 1 p.m. Several teams and individuals have already entered the break dance contest and the competion should be disc jockeys from Northern Arizona radio station have agreed to serve as judges in the musical The judges will be Prescott and Show The judges will decide the first place winners in the two categories of competi rock and The will receive and there will also be cash prizes for the second and third place There will be one overall winner in the solo with the prize tentatively set at as masters of ceremonies for the two days of s will be Emily former Winslow city residing in Palm and Tom McCauley of bands will play for 30 to 45 minutes and soloists will perform for 20 to 30 schedule for July in 10 Tom Baldwin of solo Floyd of 11 Stellar Haven of Christian 12 Holt of 1 Ainge of pon s. three unnamed groups from Show Low and 2 Iron C of heavy Freddie Moore of 4 DuBoise of The of 5 Little i f lorado River Band of Winslo 6 Glen Dowd Band of u I 7 p.m. Coda of s lineup will 10 hf Jones Boys of i 1 a.m. Faith Temple Choir ' V gospel April ioi 12 noon S nny Bardsley of Wins Terry of gospel Sage of 2 I of appearance by Ronal 3 Vita f 4 oys of 5 Boys of On Page 4Fireworks Show annual Fourth of July fireworks show is set to explode into the Winslow skies on Wednesday The which is expected to last between 45 minutes and one will include patriotic and cartoon character aerial and ground evening's festivities will get underway at 7 when the 108th Army National Guard Band will Their concert is scheduled to last until 8:15 and the fireworks will follow shortly 40 member Army band will arrive in Winslow at approximately 4:40 that afternoon and will begin setting up at 6 p.m. The band has previously played in Winslow and the performance was well local youngster displays his diving form on a recent warm His form may not rate a 10, but he accomplished his getting into the coot by Mike Dropped Against Anna first degree murder charge against Anna Aldine also known as Anna A. was dismissed without during a hearing held June 28, before Navajo County Superior Court Judge Jay G. representing the requested the dismissal because of Judge Abbey's decision to allow a material witness the right to invoke the Fifth Amendment his Udall said that Judge Abbey's decision in regard to the caused insufficient evidence and that it would be in the best interest of the state to dismiss the case without was charged with the Oct. 24, 1982, shooting death of her John in when her Cecelia the stepdaughter of John implicated her in the on that Mrs. Bennett was indicted by the Navajo County Grand Jury on Jan. 18, 1984. this John representing had requested Judge Abbey to appoint an attorney for Miss Rikki because of her possible implication in the In the hear Abbey appointed Dan Jones to represent Miss a hearing held June 25, Jones told the court that he had advised Miss Rikki to take the Fifth Amendment if she took the stand during her mother's Miss Rikki also told the court that she would invoke the Fifth Amendment that Judge Abbey granted the privilege and told the state to advise the court of the status of the case on June 28. case was dismissed without which means it can be refiled at a later Mrs. who had been held in the Navajo County Jail without bond since her was Miss Rikki is currently in the Navajo County Jail on unrelated Voters Go To Polls Next Monday In Recall Kenneth Light resigned from the Winslow City Council last week Just prior to filing his nominating petitions as a candidate for county supervisor from District 2. who was elected to the In 1982, was advised by County Attorney Dale Patton to resign from his city post before becoming a candidate for another elective recommendation was based on recent legal rulings In similar 27 96 68 June 28 97 59 June 29 95 71 June 30 86 63 July 1 94 68 July 2 94 73 Mostly sunny and dry with breezy afternoons and some Highs in the mid to upper 90's, lows in the mid 60's. 0.01 inch of precipitation was recorded at the weather station on June 29 and June 30, with rainfall at this time one-third inch below Mike first recall election since 1956 will be held next July 9, when voters will decide whether they wish to retain the present Pete Madrid or replace him with Terry representing a group of concerned filed the recall petition back in late alleging that Madrid to misuse made unauthorized public statements without taking care not to mislead the public into believing he spoke on behalf of the entire city made public statements which could jeopardize court and refused to obey the rules of thereby disrupting the lawful business of the petition also Madrid's actions are detrimental to the best interests of the city and its Clerk Lily Martinez reports that there are 3375 residents registered to vote in this special She added that absentee voting had been as of late last Absentee votes may be cast until 5 p.m. on July 6. will be conducted at City Hall from 6 a.m. to 7 election board Beth Elizabeth Jane Susie Wetzel and Ida Barbara and Dixie Mollie Doris Lee Sema and Myrtice absentee board has also been those members Carolyn Linda and Bessie Zula Graybeal and Annabelle Nellie Grace Castleberry and Erna Madrid ;