November THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER Eureka, Utah to tiie tune of Love Is Blue, and written by Debbie Dalrd and Celina Kirkham. On Thursday, Blue Day was held, Everyone in the high school wore blue clothing to show the spirit how much the students really loved the school. The third assembly was held on Friday and was the climax of the week. It starte with a clever talk by Mr. Blight (Continued on another page). BE SHARP VOTE SHARP Tintic High School students observe 'Spirit Week' with various activities October 22 nd marked the opening of "Spirit Week at Tintic High School. The week was planned and carried out by the Executive Student Council and Cheerleaders In hope of raising the dead spirit at the 1, 1968 for the students to mourn over. The second assembly was the singing of a death song to the dead school spirit. The name of the song was Dead, Dead, Our Spirits Dead, sung school. Every morning as students entered the halls of the school they received a cheerful greeting by the band as they played the school song. This helped to start the day with a good feeling and deep pride an great appreciation for the school. The art class added its touch to the week by making clever signs to hang on the walls in the halls for everyone to see and enjoy. Students couldnt go anywhere in the building without the word Spirit haunting them. To make sure that everyone got into the act, a Booster of School Spirit Button" contest was held. This was fun and spirit raising. The buttons were judged by the cheerleaders on Thursday and achievement were received by the following students: RaMona McIntyre, cleverest; Frankie McCabe, most artistic, Gus Walker, most original, Martha Quigley, best booster of school spirit; and Doug Jameson, first button made and worn. The rest of the buttons that the students made received honorable mention. During the week many assemblies were held which made the week even more exciting. The first assembly was the death of the old school spirit It was hung and then cut down and placed in a black box which locked like a coffin. The coffin was then brought in by poll bearers and placed on a table with a green grass covering IfA'RSEN V REASURER rds T.HJS. students hang the dead HANGING DEAD SPIRIT one assemblies in of the spirit" during spirit week" at the school. Students sing to the dead spirit as it is placed in the coffin and after reviving the pep and enthusiasm in the student body, the dead spirit (lower photo) comes out of the coffin with new life and enthusiasm, ready to carry the school colors on to victory. California contributes the largest number of Volunteers to the Peace Corps, followed by New York and Illinois. Volun- teers come from all 130 states, the Canal Zone, Guam, Puerto FOB SALE It now costs $7,692 to select, train and support a Peace Corps Volunteer for one year "ONSOLE Spinit piano. Will sacrifice to responsible party in this area Cash or terms Write Credit Mgr., Tallman Piano Stores, Inc., Salem, o24-3- 1 Oregon 97308. Legal Notices Probate and Guardianship Notices Consult County Clerk or tho Respective Signers for Further Information NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Gleason Stump deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at 8505' Redwood Road, West Jordan, Utah 84084 on or before the 18th day of January AD. 1969; claims must be presented in accordance with the provisions of Utah Code Annotated 1953, and with proper verification as required therein. W. R. Huntsman, admin-istatof the estate of Gleason Stump, deceased. Published in the Eureka Reporter October 18 and 25, November 1 and 8, 1968. Experienced A Consistent Winner Efficient... SERVICE t. ALL ( Vote for the man with the proven record va lm flflflflflfl ! TIMM Cwwwmt-- II a Omwottw a Jk sv g VOTERS: In conformity with State Statute , Clyde L. Miller, Secretary of State of the State of Utah , has qualified the following Initiative Petition to be placed on the November 5th , 1968 General Election Ballot . AN ACT RELATING TO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; AMENDING THE LIQUOR CONTROL ACT BY ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 9 TO TITLE 32, UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 1953, TO BE KNOWN AS THE ALCO- HOLIC BEVERAGES CONTROL ACT OF 1968; PROVIDING FOR THE SALE AND DISPENSING OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BY THE INDIVIDUAL DRINK ON LICENSED PREMISES BY LICENSEES REGULATED AND CONTROLLED BY APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR LICENSING OF HOTELS, RESORT HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND CLUBS; SETTING FORTH THE QUALIFICATIONS OF LICENSEES AND THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH LICENSES ARE TO BE ISSUED, RENEWED, REISSUED, SUSPENDED AND CANCELLED; PROHIBITING THE SALE OR DISPENSING BY LICENSEES OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES TO AND THE POSSESSION. PURCHASE OR CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BY PERYEARS OF AGE; SONS UNDER TWENTY-ON- E PROHIBITING THE SALE OR DISPENSING OF LIQUOR BY THE PACKAGE OR BOTTLE BY LICENSEES AND CLUBS AND THE CONSUMPTION OF LIQUOR FROM ANY PACKAGE OR BOTTLE IN 5, or EXTEND FREEPORT dedicated public servant and a qualified fiscal administrator . . . with a long background of experience. A ATTENTION ALL REGISTERED Miscellaneous 75-9-- Sharp Larsen will protect your investment in State Government LIQUOR INITIATIVE PETITION ANY UNLICENSED CLUB OR PUBLIC PLACE AND CONTAINING OTHER PROHIBITIONS ON THE SALE, DISPENSING, TRANSPORTATION, STORAGE, PURCHASE AND CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; RESTRICTING THE LOCKER CLUB SYSTEM; PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT OF ALL STATE AND LOCAL LIQUOR LAWS BY ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS; PROVIDING FOR PROHIBITION OF THE SALE OR DISPENSING OF LIQUOR BY LICENSEES IN LOCALITIES WHICH VOTE TO DO SO; AMENDING SECTIONS UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 1953, AND REPEALING SECTIONS UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 1953, UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 1953, AS AMENDED BY CHAPTER 25, LAWS OF UTAH 1955, UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 1953, AS ENACTED BY CHAPTER 25, LAWS OF UTAH 1955, AND UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 1953, SECTION UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 1953, AS AMENDED BY CHAPTER 26, LAWS OF UTAH 1967 AND SECTIONS AND UTAH CODE ANNO32-1-- 6, 32-8-4- 7, 32-8-5- 32-1-1- 32-1-2- 9, 32-4-1- 6, 7, 32-8-2- 32-8-4- 8, 6, 9, 32-8-5- 16-6-1- 3, 3, 16-6-13- .1, 16-6-13- 16-6-13- .3, .2, 16-6-- 14 16-6-1- 5, 11-10- -1 11-10-- 2, TATED 11-10- -3 11-10-- 4, 1953. A An Act providing for control and limited licensing of qualified restaurants, hotels and private clubs for sale of liquor by the drink and providing for local option prohibiting the same; prohibiting consumption of liquor in public facilities except liquor purchased by the drink from licensees, providof certain acts of local authorities and the Liquor Control ing for court-revieCommission; authorizing supplemental state and local regulation, requiring public officers to enforce all liquor laws and providing funds therefor from license fees; prohibiting undesirable practices ' including sale of liquor to minors: and providing for license revocation and penalties for violations. FOR w CLYDE L. MILLER Secretary of State AGAINST Electors desiring to vote for the proposed Act shall place a cross within the square following the word "For nnrl these desiring to vote against" shall place a cross within the square following the word Against"