Tim REPORTER Site j your calling In oppnt to your local' items fnewi correspondent before Tuob- day evening iw Y OUR HITS HOME WHEN YOU USE YOUR OWN NEWSPAPER Forty-Eig- ht Volume - Eureka, Utah, Friday, July 2, Mine Improvements Completed ! CANCER j 19-1- 3 DETECTION CENTERS ANNOUNCED -- out-of-to- the last year must bring a permit from the doctor stating that the patient is eligible to attend the Center, with the doctor's signature affixed. This avoids any infringement on private prartice. One other regulation ia that each patient must have some sign or symptom that ia worrying him. Any further information regarding this matter ran be obtained from Mrs. Andrew, who urges that anyone needing this service, take advantage of it immediately. ORE SHIPMENTS FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 25 Chief Consolidated, 28 carloads; Gemini, 7; Tintic Standard, 4; Eureka Lily 4. Bullion Beck, 3; Eagle & Blue Bell, 2; R. L. Garity, silica, 3; Iron Blossom, 1. CITY PUTS BAN ON OPEN PIPES Eureka City is desirous of eliminating all open pipes used for sink drainage, and City Marshall Wes Robinson is requesting that com pools be made for all such pipes, or that the owners connect with the sewer wherever possible. This will give better sanitary conditions in Eureka, and will eliminate a kit of diseaae carrying insects. BOYS APPREHENDED ON GAME PRESERVE Two boys from Tooele, and one from Santaquin have been apprehended for violation on the Jun county game preserve. The two boys from Tooele were practicing Khixiting on Cherry Creek pond, and the Santaquin boy was found guilty of carrying a gun on the game preserve, which ia a definite violation of the fish and game law. Seven arrests have been made so i. far this mostly for carryon the game preserve. ing guiia The fish and game commission is hoping this reminder will be a wnrn ng to H'ople in the future. sea-m- The construction work which haa been going on by the Tintic Standard Mining company aince W alvix.rd rly fall haa now been completed. The work wa , done under the supervision of the mavhiner. head the hoisting frame, of consisted moving and company of Denver, Colorado, rtc., from the Tintic Standard No. 2 Shaft to the Tintic Standard No. 1 Shaft. Con-tructi- -- The main purpose of the move1 was due to the fact that the No. 1 Shaft JjJJJJjZ condition and rosier to maintain than the No. 2 Shaft. It will. also, wntral.ae the Tint on in a , and he can larrnd work development Properties to auch an extent that mining operation-more economical manner. ird eKc Three viewa of the mine improvements are pictured above. No. 1 of No. 1 shaft. load Tram, View of . 2 No 1 Jntic Standard Mining company's No. shaft workings. Mine. Standard Tintic Standard Mine. No. Kngine. Tintic MACHINE BUSINESS PAYS MORE TO LABOR rush draft television STARTS TO PAY OFF BEGINS I OPERATION AUG. 16 share The millions spent on television American labor's over-al- l by American industry are busi- - in the proceeds of production has first registration under the ning to pay off at the small increased over the years. Pwicetime draft will be on In 1929. labor received 143.7 a lur 16, national defense official! The television rush is on 46.4 of the proceeds of billion runh mTiningly m niad In 1947. husiness production. mostgloss Klondike gold rush- - but it s lulmr's share grew to $106.2 billy the smaller movie producers lion. or 50.6. all-owho are taking part on an i Corporate dividends, however,the prodim-wale. They are of the prolined from 6.1 dei who. in Hollywood, specialize in eeds of gross business production films for mdustiiai. rustom-mad- e to 3 2V in 1947. The govin 1 educational, and religious ac- ernment's tax lake meanwhile counts. mse from 8.9 of the proceeds of In ammion. new firms sre being 'gross business produetion in 1929 organized by technicians who have to 13 9 in 1947. In money. $20.8 the oldest of the with the big movie companies. billion more was taken by the joba d A waiter in a Hollywood restaur-taducSicrgenrS first B,rrln government in 1947 than in 1929. sound a to "body wmint ia planning buy bffr SrpL 22 recorder and a camera in order UtBnwt.it flight The worlds . -- "while, tne army, navy and to get into the rush. ths U. S. set miles by 11,230 of 10 nounce' in 1946. has Mnday, that they are Coleus plants will grow 1" hr Navy's P2V Neptune challenged. been not yet their ranks to en- - shnde. but the more sun they get. Hi'aiTJl for one the deeper the rnlor of their The I r g e s t manufacturing An can leaves. Steel plant In Utah to the Geneva 21'month draft by en-- J Hln which cost $204,000,000 to Plant, .ssued 12 snd then' New rules for huymg rvin. Ml. Id. years in the reserve. by the military. i ' ut lnng-dislan- "I" !,rr i Y. L M. I. A. President Is Sustained Mrs. Florence SASTAtJl IV Butler was sustained Sunday night as president of the Y. L. M. I. A. with Mrs. Darlene Fowkes and Mrs. I sit T ilman as counselors Duane Butler was sustained as second eoiiiiselor in the Sunday School, taking the place of Clinton Smit li who is now in the Bishopric. Leadership Meet An L.D.S. Girls lilNIKN Leadership meeting was held Sunday evening. June 27 in the Goshen Junior High School, under the direction of Mias Leona Burraaton. chairman. Plans were made to entertain all tsivs and girla of teen roast and awim-min- g age to a party st the Springs on Friday evening. July 2. wi-uu- r Suffers Broken Arm 10c per copy- - Fire Department Will Stage 4th Number Twenty-seve- n Eureka lire Department will have rharge of the 4th of July re Ion, w hich will be celebrated on July fith this year, since the 4th falls on Sunday. Itaees on Main street al 11 o'eliM-k- . Hotter get In trim I my and girls, and get your share of the generous prises which will lie given the winners. 'Eureka Sired Improvement Will lie! Underway Soon SERVICES HELD Work To Be Under Direction of Utah State Road Engineer; Streets To Receive Hard Surface Oil Coating ;t tliiitliil ill. I'.iucka City Cuuiii il, il was lo liiiul Miilai i LnrrLi slirrls will) un oil nuiltli. Auorilinj lo Vernon I.. Amlerson, tliaiinian of llie street committee, this project will start if) till iiicHini n! AMATEUR SHOW AT SAUNA FOR WINNERS NAMED WORLD WAR HERO in the very near future under the directum of Paul Innea, engirwer for Utah State Road Commission and ia to tie aupervlacd by Leo W. Green of the Utah State Road Oommis-Jo- Graveside services for Pfc. Lynn W. Bird, twin brother of Lee Bird of Eureka, were conducted in the Salina East Side cemetery, Friday, June 25. Pfc Bird died in a New Guinea hospital Feb. 8, 1945, during service with the army. Salina American Legion poat had charge of the services. He was born July 9, 1915, in Salina, a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bird. He attended Salina schools, and was outstanding In basketball, football, track and baseball. He volunteered for the army Feb. 26, 1941, and left In November, 1941, for foreign duty, being the first Salina serviceman to go overseas. He saw action at Darwin, Tarawa, and the Philippines and on other fronts. He was en route to the U. S. for a furlough when he was stricken with appendicitis, of which he died at Holiandia, New Guinea. Mr. Bird was well known in Eurrka, having reaided here for some time before entering the service. Surviving are hia mother, Salina; two brother, Lee Bird, Euother reka; and the following brothers and slaters: Hugh and Dallas Bird, Mra. Beryl Jensen, Salina; Mrs. Utahanna Monism, Fillmore; Mrs. Lois Hamel, Los Angeles, California. Burial waa under the direction of the Peterson mortuary of Salina. n. The Juab rounty commissioners will also coupe rats with the use of their equipment to complete the work. The streets Involved will be Iron St ml, Railroad street, O'Connor street, Ijcadville row, and Church street. Tills will be a strip of oil road, hard surface on above named streets. Thera will be some Inconveniselection. Others taking part In the show, ence caused while the work ia were 8hannon Lynn Ryan, Charles being dime, but we hopu the peoRobinson. Donna Williams, Gloria ple of Euraka will cooperate durDaniels, Betty Williams, Angle ing the .time this work la in Bodgen. Rosalie McNeil. Jo Itae progress. Fennell, Mary Mike and Margaret Ann Atherley, Bessie Toone, Anna Marie Gustin, Angeline Bogden, Who Will He The Linda Rae Newman, Nelda Childs, Queen Of Tintic Linda Lee Vernon. Vicky Ann Silver Jubilee? Newman, Farrell Wahlquist, Joe Cook, P. Robert Shaw and Warren I'andley. Accompanying the Due to the lack nf Interest Karen shown In the Queen rontrst for musical number were Archer, Gene Obom, Bonnie Ryan, the Silver Jubilee celebration. and Norma Jameson. It has been necessary to extend the deadline for registration to LOCAL RESIDENTS July 8. The Amateur Talent Show, directed by Darrell Holman of Santaquin waa held in Eureka Monday evening, at the Silver Gardena. A large crowd attended thla performance, and the winners for the evening were Joyce Garbett, who gave a reading, and Naudine Burraaton, a harmonies IN CAR MISHAP 20-fu- ot What's wrong with Tlntlc'a show lovely young girls? some Interest and get thin thing going. Gel your rntrlea la to ts The Wilson Lee's figured in what could have been a serious the flty Hall before July 8. accident last Sunday evening on their way home from Salt Lake. While waiting at the intersection for the light to change, a car LDS CHURCH NEWS crashed into the rear of their ear pushing it ahead with considerable NOTES . . . force into the car In front, resulting in serious damage to both the All regular meetings Will lie front and resr of the Lee car. Mr. of held and daughter Sunday at the Eureka Ward Virginia NOTICE Mrs. Lee waa thrown against the Chacl as follows: 9 30 am. Priesthood moling The Eureka Fire Department windshield with such force as to 10:30 a.m. Sunday School will elect delegates to the State shatter the glass. 6:00 p.m. Bishopric Meeting All occupants of the ear were Convention at their next regular 6:15 p.m. Aaronle Adult were Fribut be held which will shaken, quite badly meeting, Sacrament Xtccling ....7:00 p.m. day evening. July 9. The Conven- otherwise uninjured. Their ear is now sNirting the "New Primary tion will he held In Price. 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Eureka Pumping System Is Being Renovated of ii lone range program lo pul llu pumping first la,ss (onJilion. LnrrLi City lias just linislirtl syslcm in ri'uirinf llu old Bliu Ifisk well. Il I liis Imtii rf'limnl willi A Nirt concrete to replace the old liningwhich wa lumber The well is 54 feet in circumference and 20 feet deep and will houae the new Byron-Jaeksu- n deep well turbine submersible pump which has been purchased. The water committee, in connection with the Chief Con. Mining company, haa been working on thla improvement for the iast four weeks, with work being done by the Centennial Development company. This work is open for inspection and the Eureka people are Invited to call and see Just what la 'a being done toward making pumping aystem more aanl-tar- y and efficient. Eu-reka- EUREKA DEACONS RETURN FROM FISH LAKE TRIP - JJccomes partner In Business Firm Edmond A. May, formerly of Eureka, now residing In Salt Lake, will become a partner in the firm of Evans and Early, funeral directors on July 1. Clyde Early, owner, announced Friday. Mr. May haa sient the past 17 years with the organization, most recently acting as assistant to Mr. Early in managerial duties. Mr. May received hia early education in Eureka, later attending the University nf Utah. He is the non of Mr. and Mra. Richard May, well known to the older residents nf Tintic District. He is active in the Masonic lodge. He is a nephew of XI ra. Kate Pendray of this city. Friends of Mr. May are offering congratulations on hia advanrrment. Ward Conference The annual want conference was held in Eureka. Sunday at the L. I. 8. Chapel. Sunday school conference waa held in the morning. Elder Ray Hudson was in charge. The Sunday School officers and teachers were sustained in their regular offices by James XI iller. The evening services were under the di nil ion of President Carl A. Patten. A vocal solo "Because" waa given by Betty Nash, accompanied liy Gene Olsirn. Norma Jameson played "Londonderry Air" on the organ. The following were called on to sNak : George Korney, Robert Lainl. Jennie Bylund, Maria Lorin Thompson, I arson, Xturdoek, Glen Alonzo Sandstrom and President Fred Davis. Foth-eringha- m, El-wo- od -- Benches Painted All benches at the City park have been given a fresh coal of paint, and City officials are asking Eureka people to help keep the benches in good shape, in order that they might he enjoyed by picnickers who enjoy the Park during the summer months. ON SICK LIST Our genial J. C. Penney manager, Ken Archer, haa been on Fools, who we understand, rush the aick list for the past two The Deacons from Eureka ward In where Angels fear to tread are weeks. Eureka people are hoping three-day a from returned Saturday problems to see hia smiling fare at "the Fiah Lake. alwaya solving age-ollo trip old stand" before many days resolutions. by passing To say the boy had a "big" time to putting it mildly. There d were no dull momenta from morning til night, with fishing, hiking and general aight-aeein- g taking up the entire time. Each of the boya caught fish and are 'Isaac Waltons." and can tell fiah atorbwilh the best of them. They were taken to the lake by Wilson Lee and took possession of hia cabin while there. Ten boys made the trip. d SANTMJMS Little Miaa Kay Higginson. daughter of Mr. and -- -- Celebration Here Mrs. J. H. Andrew. Juab County r Captain for the Cam-e- fund, announces that two Detection Center examinations are held each month. The first examination is held at St. Mark's hospital on the third Wedneaday of each month, and the second examination is held at Holy Cross hospital on the fourth Wednesday of each month. The hours are from 2 p in. until 4 p.m. n If the patient ia an should and happen to be patient In Salt Lake City on the second Wednesday of the month, they can register that day between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. (That ia the official registration day). To accommodate patients they ask that you notify them ahead of time. This saves the individual two trips. Each patient who desires to go through the Center and has been under the care of a doctor within PEACETIME ADVERTISING Mrs. LcGiandc Higginson suffered a broken arm Wednesday, June 23rd when she fell a few feet from a pile of lumber. She spent Wednesday night and Thursday morning in Fayson hospital where it took the doctor three hours to Farmers who grow what they eat, and enough lo frpd the anset it. imals on their places, have little wn at "Utah's Coal time to grumble about the high Price " cost of food. Capit"!.'' MAKK INDEPKNDENCK DAY SAFE Eureka Manta to take Its rightful place In the natloUMide Fourth at July program now being rundueted by the National Safety Council to hold down the holiday arcldrnt toll. I earnestly ask every cl tire it of our eonimunlty te Join With me In this safety endeavor by accepting personal responsibility for avoiding neeldents over the holiday weekend erlt-- b ration. 11 us remember that the Fourth of July rrlebrates our freedom anil Independence. To preserve It has nation's been a eoatly endeavor through many struggles, so let us not add to the east In human life by needless tragedy and suffering that result fnnn holiday accidents. Irt each of us dedicate himself lo making this Imlrpcndenee Day eelebrallun one of safe and anne festivity. hard-Mo- a lgticd) W. K. K EDMOND, Mayor.