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Co Saltt Single Copy 10c Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Thursday, October 17, 1963 Lake city Utch Volume 54, Number 42 the edltoi en House Today lew Forest Often times, come press day and press time, it seems that material for the Editors umn is lacking . . and then something happens or someone makes a comment that gives the proper incentive and idea can present and which we which may help you or you Open house will be held toin some way or another. day (Thursday) from 12 noon With the starting of furnaces until 8:30 p.m. at the new comes the need for each home Nephi Ranger District office owner to check out his fur- on south main street, accordnace, the flue, and the con- ing to Ranger M. J. Roberts. nections, to see that escaping col- smoke andor fumes will not lives or the endanger health of family members. Especially dangerous are the pipes which connect the furnace with the chimney. Usually theyre back of the furnace out of normal sight, and with the vibra tions caused by normal operation of the stoker er and blower, the papes can became separated to the point of hazard. Take a few minutes of your time today to check the connections . . any tell-tal- e smoke stains around the chimney will direct your attention to defects. Be sure that the connections are tighe and that the flues are cleaned of fly ash and soot. Often in spring or fal, when the weather does not force the furnace to run a great deal, soot and ash are built up to a danger point. Remember, the life you may save could be your own childs. We always feel that such a thing couldnt happen in our area . . such stuff is happening in Engalnd, in New York or Timbucktoo . . .but let us assure you that it can happen here and almost has . . this very day! the reg TO THE LETTERS EDITOR Last Saturday night, October 12, a car traveling south on on Third East, skidded a few feet and plunged into a gap created by the remodval of a This accident caused bridge. extensive damage to a car but luckily the occupants were not seriously injured. The car was traveling at a reasonable rate of speed, according to inTo my vestigating officers. observation this accident was needless. The hole was not properly marked by flares and the barriers. Some nights flares were not lighted. The City Council ought to investigate such carelessness and see that such hazards are not potential death traps to people unfamiliar with our streets and roads. One young man has already died in our county 'because of roads the Mona crash of same days ago. SignedDwain R. Bracken non-mark- - tt? f - Annual We extend a cordial Invitation for the general pub-li- o to come out and see this beautiful new building said Mr. Roberts. Achievement Exercises Held Members of the Ranger Of-ic- e staff will be on hand during the afternoon and evening to greet the visitors, and to explain various Forest Service functions. The new Ranger District is an attractive one story structure, constructed of native stone from the base up approximately four feet, and with natural cedar siding to the roof, and with split cedar Reese shingles on the roof. Goodrich of Salt Lake Ctiy was the contractor. The building has offices for the Ranger, Assistant District Ranger, Forestry Technician, District Clerk, Receptionist, Recreation Aid, find Project Work Leaders. Funds for the construction of the building have been made available through the Accelerated Public Works Program administered by he Rural Area Development Program with the Department of Commerce cooperating with the Forest Service. building 4-- H 4-- H r: . FT 1 P , sill! :fn Si in ' ,,ri ' : .J ;tk ftJa 5: k Jk J3 Date for Fall Both Parties List Nominees Trap Shooting Nomination papers were filed by the Nephi City Republican Committee Wednesday, and will be filed by the Nephi City Democratic committee today (Thursday) with the parties nominees for the three Nephi City Couneil positions which will be on the ballot in the Municipal Election to be held on Tuesday, November 4th. Named as nominees of the Republican Party are two incumbent City Councilmen: G Ray Kelson and Ilarlow W. Icxton. The third nominee is eGorge W. (Ches) Williams. Democratic Party nominees, according to Duane Sperry, Chairman, are Ehvood Hall, William D. (Bill) Howard and Ronald C. Jones. Mr. Pexton and Mr. Kelson each have served one term on the Nephi City Couneil. Beth are well known Nephi businessmen. Mr. Williams is salesman for Parkin Motor Company. Nomineee Hail is an employee of II. K. Porter Co., Mr. Howard is salesman for Metropolitan Insurance Co., and Mr. Jones is a supervisor in the County Roads department. Under the sponsorship of the Nephi Lions Club, a trap shoot is being planned for Sunday, October 7th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the club traps near the mouth of Salt Creek canthis yon, it was announced week by Jack Shaw, chairman of the event. Trap shooting and scatter-boar- d shooting will go on all day, with prizes being posted for best shooters. The trap is located north of of the highway on the foothills. Mr. Shaw said that ail are invited especially those who the headquarters was estab- lished in Nephi. The new location will better serve the visiting public since it is on ground level with parking being provided. Supervisor C. S. Thomock of the Uinta National Forest states the new office budding will greatly improve the administration of the Multiple Use resources including water, forage, recreation, wildlife, and timbe ron the Nephi Ranger Disirct. off-stre- et Films Show Need for Beautification ASC Community Elections Farmers in Juab County keting quotas, commodity loans were reminded today that com- the feed grain program, the munity elections of Agricultur- Sugar Act program, the Nat al Stabilization and Conservation will ional Wool program, farm storsoon be taking place. age facility loans, and others J. E. Worthington, ASC assigned by the Secretary of County Committee chairman, Agriculture. that a farmer will be eligible Throughout Juab County, to cast a ballot for the men nomination meetings will be he wants to represent him on held in each community. Meetthe committee if he is particip- ings are scheduled for 8:00 p.m. ating or is eligible to partic- October 28, at Levan and at ipate in one or more of the Mona, and on October 29 at national farm programs admin- Nephi for Nephi South and istered locally by the North Communities. Meetings Such a person at Levan and Mona will be is eligible to vote in the com- held in the respecive City mittee election if he or she is Halls The Nephi North of legal voting age and a farm meeting will be at owner, tenant, or share crop- the County Courthouse and per, or if not of legal voting the Nephi South community age, in charge of the farming meeting will be held at the operations of an entire farm. ASCS office. The nomination Programs administered by meetings are to select at least, the ASC County and commun- six men to be voted on as ity committee include the Ag- community committeemen. Proricultural Conservation The Chairman, Vice Chairgram, acreage allotments, mar man and regular member of the farmer-committeeme- n farmer-committeeme- n. Throughout Utah At the Kiwanis Club meet- ing on October 9, County Extension Agent Lynn J. Esplin showed colored slides which compared conditions throughout rural Utah with those of and the states comparison was not pleasing. It was obvious that Utahs farm structures are so delapid ated in many cases that the tourists would get the opinion that we are about bankrupt an dready to move, or else we The slides lack civic pride. were accompanied by a commentary by Dr. Arvil Stark of the Utah State University and the State Rural Improvement committee, and he pulled no punches in drawing attention to what needs to be done, and in many cases, such as Elsinode, what has been done. In his commentary, Dr. Stark pointed out that Elsinore, by united local effort, had tom down and burned up most of the unsightly sheds, bams, and bences in the community and has painted up many of the remaining structures and the area is beginning to look as it might belong to some other state. Before and after pictures were shown. The program was under the direction of Dr. A. A. Boston. Harold Lee was inducted as a member of the Kiwanis Club at this meeting. mid-weste- rn Set elected ASC committee also will serve respecively as delegate, aliVmate delegate and second alternat delgate to the county convention to be held soon thereafter, where the ASC county committee will be chosen. Chairman Worthington ex- plained that petitions signed by six or more eligible voters, nominating persons for membership on the community committee will be received at the USCS County office during the period of ten days prior and five days after the com- munity nominating meeting. For Levan and Mona communities this period will be October 18 through November 2. For Nephi North and South communities the period will be October 19 through November 3, 1963. The names of persons so nominated will be included in the slate of nominees if they are willing and eligible to serve. Elder Roland S. Nebeker Elder Bud Aaaron Whiting First, Fourth Wards Honor Missionaries gan, Judy Winter, Janet Shep- Farewell testimonial ser- Bishop Donald L. Hailey of the Nephi Fourth Ward this week announced that farewell testimonial services honoring Elder Bud Aaron Whiting will he held at the Fourth Ward chapel Sunday at 7:00 p.m. Elder Whiting, a son of Mrs. Lena Whiting has accepted a G. Stoner. call to sene in the Southern of the Mission Elder Nebeker is a son of Australian Mr. and Mrs. Thed M. Nebek- Church of Jesus Christ of LatterSaints. er. -day Elder Nebeker will enter the He will enter the mission mission home on October 28 home on October 28 and leave and leave for mission head- for his field of service a week quarters at Billings, Montana later. a week later. Speakers at the services in Speakers at the services honor of Elder Whiting will will include Bishop D. Carl be his brother. Glen Whiting, Warnock of the Sigurd Ward, and James H. Ockey, patriarch Remarks will and Dr. P. L. Jones of the Juab of Juab Stake. Mrs. Whiting, Stake High Council. be given by Remarks will be given by mother of the missionary, by Bishop Steiner, by Mr. and Bishop Donald L. Bailey and Mrs. Nebeker, with response by by Elder Whiting. Elder Nebeker. Prayers will be Special music will be a pigiven by Elder Robert Mitchell ano solo by Miss Carolee Pay King and Garth L. Jensen, with music by the Fourth cousins of Elder Nebeker. Ward Choir. Prayers will be Special musical selections given by J. Ivan Tew and Jamwill include a Ladies Chorus es L. Painter, Miss Rheta Sperry 'will play selection; two vocal solos by Dr. Emron A. Jensen; and a prelude and postlude. music. vocal duet by Leda Jensen and vices will be held Sunday at 5:00 p.m. in the Nephi First Ward to honor Elder Roland Scott Nebeker, who has accepted a call to serve in the West Central States Mission, according to an announcement (his week by Bishop Vinton herd, Mary Jane Newell, PegTeressa Newell, gy Neilsen, Valeen Teerlink, Ronald DaiMerrill Sanders, James ley, Shaw, Dale Royce and Lester Stopp. Achievement awards went to Elaine Jensen. Prelude and Gary Jones, Glenda Sparks and postlude music will be played Lou Ann Jones. Julia Nebeker, a sister of Agricultural awards were by the missionary. LesMichael to Pay, presented ter Stopp, Barbara Stopp, and Mark Jones. Beef awards went to Randy Howard and Stephen Bracken.. Awards for clothing departwere ment accomplishments awarded to Carol Keyte, Julee Nyman, Beverly Myers and Lorraine Steiner. Other awards went for the following subjects to: Kent Jackson and Dairy, Jackson; George Forestry, Additional deer hunt Randy Blackett; Horses, Roy news release on page 8 Jenkins, Clyde Carter, Joel Department of Fish and Home Game Winn, Paul McPherson; Director Harold S. Economics; Kimberly Warner Crane this week warned huntHome ers that all and Janet Greenwood; big game tagging Improvement: Rebecca War- regulations will once again be ner and Julia Nebeker; Lead- rigorously enforced this year. ership: Dale Royce, Rulon WilThe warning came with the key, Dorothy Wankier. opening day of the 1963 genbooks were eral I Dare You deer hunting season awarded to Dorothy Wankier ahead. and Gary Jones. With the new paper deer Style Dress Revue awards tag in general use for the secwent to Carol Chapman, Joan ond time this year Director Jackrell, Eileen Jensen, Lou Crane said, there can be no Ann Jones, Janet Kay, Sally excuses for improper tagging Kay, Diane Ludlow, Julee Ny- of big game animals. We feel Nickie that man, Julia Nebeker, tagging regulations have Sperry, Denese Summers, Ann been amply stressed in past Summers, Elizabeth Stephens, years so that now each huntBetty Simms, Mary Simms, and er should be well aware that Donnette Yates. game animals must be properSpecial recognition was giv- ly tagged at the time and en to Mrs. Harold Jones, of kill. leader of the Junior Nebo place Posse for Service to Youth In view of this Crane in 1963. A beautiful wall continued, we have instructplaque was built and presented ed all officers to enforce the to her by her Club memlaw to the letter. bers. Mrs. Jones has done an tagging exceptional job with her 31 Big game tags issued for use club members. They range in the 1963 season are a during age from 10 to 16 years of age. simplification of the tags in The Achievement was use last year Crane said. At planned and directed by the the time the animal is killed Juab County Advisory the hunter has to punch Council and Extension Service. out the date ofonly the kill and whether the animal was a buck or an arrterless deer, and then Hospital Patient List firmly attach the tag to the animal. Even attaching the tag will Recently admitted patients at the Juab County Hospital be easier this year Crane said at Nephi, according to the list since a metal grommet has released Wednesday morning been added for reenforcement. Arrest reports Crane said, by Hospital authorities, includshow that violations of the es the following: Esther Susann Peel, daught- tagging laws have made up a er of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas major portion of fish and game arrests each yer. We sincerely Feel, Mt. Pleasnat. believe that the simplicity of Roland Hughes, son of Mr. use embodied in the 1963 paper and Mrs. Darr Hughes, Mt. deer tag will eliminate many Pleasant. of these violations. Wayne Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stewart .MorStephen, Lynn and Kathleen oni Burton of Salt Lake City spent Sherman Jones, Nephi the week end with their grandMrs. Leo H. Scott, Nephi parents, Mr. and Mrs. George of Faye Williams, daughter V. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Nephi. Jerry Beard, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Beard, Nephi Ricky Jensen, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Morten-se- n and Mrs. Floyd Jensen, Kearns. Bevan Orme, son of Mr. and of Logan announce the Mrs. Max Orme, Nephi birth of a son on October 15. Bruce Anderson, son of Mr. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Edwin R. Anderson, Rulon Broadhead of Nephi and Mr. and Mrs William Morten-- . Fountain Green. D. Mrs. S. en of Delta. Frank Tolley, Nephi Mrs. Paul Foote, Roosevelt Broadhead of Salt Lake Cityi Lawrence Sperry, Nephi is great grandmother. Officers Set to Enforce Deer Tagging Rules Nephi Airman Receives Praise from A. F. B. Commanding Officer Activities of a Nephi yonng man have received comments and congratulations from the Commander of the Westover AFB, Massachusetts. He is A2C James L. Christiansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Christiansen of The following letter Nephi. has recently been received concerning A2C Christiansen: "It is a real pleasure to write to about the fine record your son, A2C James L. Christiansen is establishing in the Air Force. I have received, within a period of little over a month, two letters which reflect most favorably on his efforts scholastically in the sphere of electronics and in the area of community affairs. Tnese two communications are indicative of the high standards and goals your son muht have set for himself in the military service. I have already expressed my gratification, to your son, for his achievements; and I would like to add my personal compliments to his family. Sincerely, JOHN T. ERTLER, Lt. Colonel, USAF, 4-- H 4-- H 4-- H 4-- H AT PRESENTATION CEREMONIES ident, Nephi Lions Club; Mrs. Max L. dent R. Roscoe Garrett; Hal Liddlard, Club President; Jay C. Mlckelson, C. Sunday at the Juab Stake House; Ray Phillips, presOrme, representing Federated Clubs; Stake PresiNephlJ.C. of C. President; Robert L. Hall, Kiwanis of O. President and Mayor L. Dwane Tidwell. Painting to Hang at Stake House 10-fo- 4-- 4-- THE BEAUTIFUL NEW BUILDING on South Main Street which will serve as Forest Service local headquarters. Open house is set today and all residents of area are invited. The District Ranger Office want to sharpen their target has been in the basement of eye for the pheasant hunt imthe Post Office Building since mediately ahead. Weather Report Honoring a popular bandleader is one thing, but the Corn Palace in Mitchell, S.D., did it up right. They arranged several thousand cobs of corn to create a likeness of Lawrence Welk, to note his musical ngagement at the Pabc members Juab County were honored on Wednesday evening, October 9 at their annual Achievement Exercises. An impressive program was conducted by Dale Royce, camp mayor of 1963. Following group singing, led by Dona Jones, prayer was given by George Jackson. Pledge of Alegiance was led by Mark Junes and the Pledge by Sue Wetherell. Talks given during the evening consisted of What Means to Me by Gary Jones; Youth Leadership Conference by Dorothy Wankier of has Helped Levan; How 1 Our Family by Mrs. Max L. Oime. Special musical numbers consisted of an instrumental number by Donette Yates and Sally Kay of Mona; and a number by Julee Nyman. The closing prayer was by Rulon Wilkey. First Security Bank awards were received by Andrew McPherson, Randy Blackett, Barbara Jackson, Debra Russell, Emilee Nebeker and Peggy Dalby. Four year completion pins wore received by Debbie Carter, Laura Fackrell, Paula Garrett, Mary Ellen Gustin, Linda Hall, Marsha Hall, Susan Johnson, Julia Nebeker, Debra Park, Nanette Ostler, Brenda Pay, Ann Sparks, Rebecca Warner, Sue Wetherell, Lvelyn Nielsen, Claudia Mor4-- H Nephi, Levan Areas CORN(Y) PICTURE 4-- H The beautiful painting depicting the "Last Supper and offered as an incentive in the Clean Up and Beautification campaign of Nephi, was presented to President R. Roscoe Garrett and it will hang in the feyer at the Juab Stake House. The painting was to be presented to the ward area making the greatest progress in the cleanup and beautification, but the final decision of the judging commit te was that the award should be made not to any one area, but to the community as a whole and that the better site for its display hvould be the Juab Stake House. President Jay Mickelson of the Nephi Chamber of Commerce presented the award to Mayor L Dwane Tidwell who in turn presented it to the Stake President. The judging team, after long deliberation, accepted a motion that because of the many ac- complishments that could not be fairly measured, and in the sincere hope that all would continually work for a better Nephi the Stake House be selected as the proper place to display the picture. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shelly of Salt Lake City viisted with Mrs. Robert Chappell Monday. J BIRTHS ; I MUFFLED L0 0K Re- membering last year, the Paris designer who made this coat made it with warmth in mind. Only the eyes peek out of the checked tweed.