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Dec. 9, 1976

The Seward Phoenix LOG

Scenes for feature film about killer whale to be shot in Aialik – Orca Productions Cinematographer J. Barry Herron and a three-man crew left Seward Wednesday morning aboard Ken Michaelson’s dive boat Blueberry for a five day filming expedition to Aialik Bay. Equipped with an eight-foot model killer whale and a 14-foot replica of the Bumpo, a codfishing boat used in the film, they plan to shoot “bridging material.” Herron described these as “scenes which will give continuity to the film.” “Orca,” a Dino deLaurentis production stars Richard Harris and Charlotte Rampling.

2nd swine flue shot best for 18-24 group – Gail Moses, Seward’s public health nurse, advises area adults aged 18 to 24 who had their initial swine flue shots to have a second immunization for the illness to gain maximum protection against it. “I strongly recommend this second shot for those in this particular age group,” Moses says.

Children’s costume parade feature of 2nd annual shopping carnival – Plans are firming up for the Second Annual Seward Christmas Shopping Carnival which takes places in the city on Friday and Saturday. There are many events planned to entertain the youngsters while the parents shop.

Liberty Theatre – Now showing: “Ode to Billy Joe” and “Paper Moon.” Coming soon: “Lifeguard” and “Won Ton Ton.”

Winter program features exercise – Make one of your New Year’s resolutions early – to get more exercise – by signing up for one of the Community Schools classes in tennis, cross-country skiing or volleyball

Urbach’s – For Her! For Him! Skyway Luggage.

Resurrection Sound Off – Who is a senior citizen? What is the senior citizens program? I have received these questions many times lately. The answer to them is: According to the Office of Aging, a senior citizen is anyone 60 years or older. The Senior Citizen program consists of many programs and/or services. The program has been set up as a result of the Older Americans Act. Among the services available are transportation, nutrition (meals), information and referral, health and recreation.

Terry’s Chevron Service – Open 7 days a week to serve you.

Council hears how to invest sewer monies – At the second special city council meeting in as many weeks, Bert Benevill of Dean Witter and Co., Inc. presented to Council on Dec. 6 various ways to invest the $1 million in bond money the city has until the Seward treatment plant is built. Part of the money is being used for water and sewer improvements underway in Jesse Lee Height Subdivision.

Western Auto – Open Dec. 10 & 11 until 9 p.m. Free drawing both days.

Council, Chugach meet on power – Mayor Dick Neve’ and Seward City Council met with Chugach Electric officials General Manager L.J. Schultz and John Mawson, manager of the division of Central Service, last Friday in an effort to work out a contract for electrical energy between that company and the City of Seward. During the course of the meeting, which lasted some three hours, it was learned that the last contracted agreed on between Chugach and City Manager Jim Filip had to be withdrawn by Chugach because of what Schultz termed “very minor changes” so that it could be approved in Washington D.C.

Seward Bakery and Coffee Shop – Home of Good Taste. Christmas Shoppers Carnival Specials.

 

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