$ SN Volume Eighty-Fou- Eureka, Utah 84628 r - July 14, 1989 Number 28 30$ English group enjoys tour through Utah Panormaland Travel Region hosted a tour group from England on June 23 and 24, 1989. The group was made up of people who work for Delta Airlines, Virgin Atlantic & Dean Air. The famili- arization tour was generated to allow these people a taste of Utah so that will promote tourism to our state. Tour guide was Linda Carlson of the Utah Travel Council. They arrived at the Fish Lake Lodge on June 23 where they were greeted by Verl Duerden of Fish Lake Resorts Associates. He took them on a tour of the lodge and told ler, Frank Baker and JerE Brink- erhoff. The three were flow to Hill Air Force Base in Ogden where theywere briefed on the Electronic Combat Test Capability. We were very impressed with their openness, Styler said, But I dont think there was much new in the briefing as to what, when, where and how. Brinkerhoff agreed. I didn.t learn anything that shocked mchcsaid. themalittlebitaboutthehistoryof Qne exception was a change in the expected release date of the draft environmental impact state- menton the project. The DEIS was expected in July. Tentative release is now forecast for late September, The group toured Hill and then Lake. A group here from England does not feel that a trip to Utah is a complete without a ride on a horse, Mike Anderson and Rod Winkel of Color Country Outfitters took KUI IU acc a ucci m a nauiral habitat Some never had andaH fcmnd it to beeinon be quite enjoyable. Mike and Rod were joined by some friends with- out whom the event would not have been possible. After the horse ride the groupwas treated toarcaldutch oven cookout, and bonfire and Rod was even coaxed to bring out his guitar and sang some Johnny Cash. It was a perfect taste of Western aone Life in Utah. Thc group stayed at the Richfield Travelodgc, had breakfast on June 24 and were even provided with a sack lunch to be eaten sometime down the road on their way to Biycc Canyon. Up Clear Creek Canyon they stopped by the Fremont Indian State where they learned about a culture which was here long before our time. They viewed pctroglyphs and many of the Indian artifacts. I I Lorraine Grcgerson, Pano-ramala- un mne n - SoS mavea ai 2and won On June 22 - Eureka had a bye. On June 27 - Eureka traveled to Genola and played Genola 1 and lost 17 to 15. Daryl Terry caught a high fly and made a home run at this game. Chuck and Jami Davis treats. furnished after-gam- e Eureka On June 29 played at home against Goshen and lost 18 treats were fur- to 15. After-gam- e nished by Lee and Debby Gourley and Troy and Sharcl Jones. On July 5 - Eureka traveled to Santaquin and played Santaquin 3 and lost with a score of 21 to 13. Daryl Terry made another high fly e treats catch at this game. Deb-Par- k and were furnished by Burke bie Terry, Team finished the 89 The season with an even record - 6 wins cation of the sites is on BLM ministered land in the Tule Valley Garrett took the tour, which runs through Western Juab ad-Airli- and Millard Counties. Commission-the- y ers viewed those sites, They showed us where they had chalked Xs on the ground in a few places where they thought the threat sites might be located." Styler said, I thought they intended going on down clear through Tule Valley to 50 and 6, he said. Instead, theyre staying fairly north and to the west-Fis- h ern side of the valley. Brinkerhoff also thought the sites would extend farther south. I thought they would go clear down by Milford he said. The road to Callao, Juab County, winds through the threat sites. Sty- ler saw a potential problem for residents with road closures during tests. The Air Force didnt envision that road beinS closed but for a short time maybe twice a year, he wtSniw working ardto that cffort ranchers have becn provided with a number to call to about loud, jets. j fejt pretty good about that, Garrett said. If the pilots buzz out there, they do caU in. officials assured Garrett they would compensate the county for mak? the parade a high point ot the Tintic Silver Festival. All orgamza- ons businesses, and interested individuals are invited...yes urged t0 participate in the parade. Re- ?ien!ber the Eurekf arade 1S f low-flyi- ng ratta,KSll,df,0m sad- - thfPr03ect- - , and Men the Mountain vintage 1 lbat tb Several hundred contractors and lulte PPY t0 a n narade our make which overthe Nephi a smaller number of military perghplan area he sard. Most of he flights will work among the sites, like to see our town ana tne sur would be way west of us, hesaid. including a centrally located main- Garrett was also pleased that the tcnance and operating station, rounding towns represented. see what and now work you Pass. Start project s impact on grazrng would probably at Sand addressed by the DEIS. Few any wd bve n Nephi be- - can come up with. " vnt . , uni it After-gam- T-B- all nd Coordinator, says, The d tour gave these people a and they were commended on look at Utah and Panoramaland. job well done. These people have the ability to Thanks were extended to all those and the influence the travel plans of tour- - who supported the ists. bake sales this season. Panoramaland encompasses six counties, Juab, Millard, Sanpete, vacation at Enjoying a wcck-lon- g Sevier, Piute and Wayne. Flaming Gorge were: Mary Schow, Maxine Schow, Ray and Eileen Schow and daughter Tracy and Paul Mrs. Lcoa Franks hosted adin- 0f Eureka, Kevin and Traci TlKKe Lujan first-han- ; T-B- all neronSundayforherfem Heather ot and attending were: Mrs. Anna Franks, Diane Schow and j and Barry and Mary Franks and daugh-- faliuyiBrentandJoleneF,eldsand rers, uristin ana trica; Kay ana Lila l een Schow an granddaughter, Stephame Evans; and Joe and Grace family, Fred and and family; Isnt this a neat picture? It was submitted by Bob Ty and Kathyv and Fawn Fife and shows the members of the Mam-- Roberts; Terry and famity. Keith andXmoth Fire Department, circa 1929. They appear to Mickey Atherley and grandchildren; be'diessed in uniform for a parade (?) or perhaps a all of Grantsville; Alta Tone Jones convention. So far, only four of the group have been The Spanish once believed bread of Lofgren; and Tim and Annette identified. Dick Eden is the third from left in the on the window sill would avert a Fields and daughter, Kendra, of second row, MBunt Sorensen is sixth from the left, Dean Rose is on the extreme right ofthe second row. storm. Payson. ernmi Aaaam and Chris Sorensen is third from the right in the first row. Tintic Historical Society has this same photo, but with no names. They would really like to have cadi person in the group identified. Anyone able to supply the names is asked to contact Grace Bernini or Cblccn McNulty at the Eureka Reporter, Historical Tintic at the Sodcty, 433-693- 3, 433-684- 2.