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Universal Microfilming Corp. B Salt Contest Changed Due to a conflict In activities, the Ute Stampede queen contest will be held on June 3, at 6.30 p.m., nther than the earlier date as previously announced. All girls planning to enter this contest should contact Leo O. Osborne, contest director, to obtain their entry blanks and contest patterns. ox 2600 Lako City Utah 84110 10c Nephi, Juab County, Utah 84648, Thursday, May II, 1972 Volume 63, Number 19 OV'W'jqjSWFlff Several File for Juab County Commission Posts Alton S. Gadd and Theo Westring, incumbent Juab County Commissioners, and Leo E. (Ted) Elder have filed for the commissioner positions on the Democratic party, according to Earl Warner, Juab County Clerk. Commissioner Gadd, who has served several years on the commission, filed for the r position, as did Mr. Elder. Commsisioner Westring filed for the four-yea- r term. He is in the second term for which he year of the two-yewas elected in 1970. These filings were completed on Tues- day of this week. two-yea- ar BULLETIN ' Filings just prior to the deadline Wednesday, May 10, at 5 p.m. were G. Ray Kelson, Nephi, for the Recompublican nomination for missioner, and Cleo Judge of Eureka, for the Democratic nomination for two-yecommissioner. o t ar .4 A , I ar t GROUND BREAKING CEREMANY County officials and Hospital board members and officials have shovels ready for ground breaking for new medical clinic to be constructed adjacent to Juab County Hospital. Left to right: R. Elgin Gardner, Clark Greenhaigh, and Lynn Wright of Hospital board; Commissioner Alton S. Gadd; Lortn Corbin, Administrator; Ina Kay, Larry Broadhead and Cleo Judge of Hospital Board, and Commissioners Richard G. Foote and Theo WestGround breaking ceremony was Wednesday afterring. noon. Construction will start soon. Members Invited to Quarterly Conference We anticipate an outstanding conference and indeed invite all members of the stake to attend stated Presodent Golden R. Mangelson in discussing the conference to be held at the Juab Stake House this week end. Although there will be no visitor from the general authorities, the conference will feature inspirational talks by stake authorities and others at each of the sessions. Opening meeting of the conference will be at 6 p.m. when the Stake Presidency and High Council meet for an hour-lon- g discussion. At 7 p.m. Saturday evening in the chapel, a general leadership meeting will be held. President Mangelson indicated that the following are expected to be in attendance: Stake Presidency, High Council, Executive Secretary and Clerks; Bishoprics, Executive Secretary and Ward Clerks; Melchizedek priesthood quorum presidencies, group leaders and secretaries; stake auxiliary superintendencies, presidencies and board members; stake director of libraries, ward auxiliary sup- erintendencies and presidencies, ward teacher development directors, stake and ward inservice leaders, meetinghouse associate librarians and library assistants, ward Aaronic priesthood general secretaries, and all other members of ward councils. On Sunday morning at 8 oclock, the following are invited to meet in the Relief Sciety room of the Stake Huse: Stake Presidency Stake High Cuncil, Executive Secretary and Clerks, Bishops and Counselors, Executive Secretaries, and all ward and stake magazine representatives. All members of the stke are invited to attend the general session, starting at 10 a.m. Music for the conference will be given by the Nephi Third Ward choir with Mrs. Fern Garrett as director, and Mrs. Jean Wilkey as accompanist. President Mangelson stated that sacrament meetings will be held in all wards of the stake at regular times on Sunday afternoon and evening. Petersen Files for Term In Utah Legislature Dale Jackson Awarded Union Pacific Scholarship Dale Jackson of Nephi has been named one of 15 Utah Union Pacific Scholarship winners, announced Dennis Truscott, Extension Staff Assistant. Dale Is son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jackson of Nephi. for nine yeors, he has Active in received several awards, including the I Dare You award. He has been Mayor Teen Council the past year of the and has held many other offices during his years. Union Pacific Railroad annually provides $400 scholarships to either a boy or a girl in each county served by the Railroad in Utak The recipient must have for at least three been active in years and enroll in agriculture or home economics. The recipient also must enroll at Utah State University, Snow College or Southern Utah State College. Dale is planning to attend Utah State University this autumn. A Representative Homer U. Petersen, Delta Democrat, has announced he will term in the House of seek a two-yeRepresentatives newly apportioned dlst-tri- c No. 71, comprising Millard and Juab Counties and Utah County voting districts of Elberta, Genola, Goshen and Spring Lake. Representative Petersen is completing his second term in the House, representHe is ing Millard and Juab County. chairman of the Highways and Aeronautics Committee, a member of the Agriculture and Irrigation committee, the Revenue and Taxation committee, and Appropriations committee. He presently is of the Appropriation subcommittee on transportation and public safety. During the past month, Governor Calvin L. Rampton appointed Representative Petersen as a member of the Agricultural Advisory committee representing the House of Representatives. A farmer and feed mill operator living in the Delta area, he is President of the Sevier River Water Users Association and holds other civic offices within the area. 4-- H 4-- H 4-- News of the Senior Citizens Senior Citizens met at the Center on May 3, with Mrs. Arvilla Kendall presiding and conducting. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Morgan greeted guests at the door. A film on Germany and other European countries was shown by Clarence Bowers. Refreshments were served to 24. Chairman. In Levan and Mona, mass meetings will be at the Town Hall (Court House). In Nephi, voting districts 2, 3 and 4 will meet at the Juab County Court House, and will be in rooms to be assigned prior to the meeting time. In the Nephi voting district no. 1, place for the mass meeting has been announced as the Armory building. Purpose of the mass meetings are to select a chairman, vice chairman, secretary, treasurer, three committtmeen ad delegates to the County Democratic convention. Mr. Gardner stated that all Democrats are invited to attend the meetings on Monday evening. To Four Recent Burglaries in Nephi ar er City Asks Cooperation g Nephi City will begin a project in the near future. City officials stated It would be very appreciated if all citizens of Nephi would refrain from depositing trash, limbs, debris of any kind within the street right af way. Citizen cooperation is much better than having to resort to enforcement of ordinances, City officials stated. street-mowin- Funeral Friday for Ffn. Green Matron Funeral services will be conducted at p.m. Friday at Fountain Green Ward chapel for Mrs. Naomi Otterstrom Allred, 73, mother of Mrs. Don F. (Lucille) Gadd of Nephi. Mrs. Allred was widow of Wiley Eugene Allred. Friends may call at Anderson Funeral Home in Nephi Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m., and at the chapel Friday priar to the services. Mrs. Allred was bom July 4, 1888 at Ephraim, daughter of John and Nicolena Olsen Ollerstrom. She was married to Wiley Eugene Allred February 24, 1909 af the Manti Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-da- y Saints. Mr. Allred died November 23, 1965. Mrs. Allred was a counselor for three years in the Relief Society, and had served for many years as a visiting teacher. For several years she was Spiritual Living teacher in the Relief Society. She also was a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Surviving ore three sons and three daughters: Euray, Dale and Morris Allred, all of Fountain Green; Mrs. Don F. (Lucille) Nephi; Mrs. Austin (Geniel) Loveless, Logan and Mrs. Leo L. (Mildred) Mower, Salt Lake City. Also surviving are 15 grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren. Burial at Fountain Green cemetery will be directed by Anderson Funeral Home of Nephi. 1 Scott Wilkey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilkey, was awarded his Eagle Scout badge at the sacrament meeting of the Nephi Fourth Ward on April 30. Scott has earned a total of 30 merit badges, nine more than the 21 necessary to complete Eagle rank requirements. Voting districts will be reorganized and delegates to the Republican County Convention will be elected. Only registered voters can vote in mass meetings. All 0 year olds who havent yet registered, are encouraged to do so at the County Clerks office. 18-2- Feature Noted Doctor One of the purposes of the Cancer Crusade is to provide as many people as possible with complete information about cancer. Education can help save half of all the people who are afflicted with cancer. You can save yourself, not through drugs treatment or miracles but through education. On Monday, May 15 at 2:15 p.m., at the High School auditorium, there will be cancer education program. a The education program will be directed by Dr. Lindsay R. Curtis, education chairman of the Utah Division, American Cancer Saociety. Dr. Lindsay is a prominent Ogden physician. There will be a question and answer period with Dr. Curtis answering questions concerning cancer. Officials of the Juab County Unit of the American Cancer Society urge all ladies of the area to take advantage of this educational program. Mr. and Mrs. Brent Lawson and children of Richfield were week end guests at the home of Mr .and Mrs. James W. Fackrell. Severly Burned in Service station Fire Lynn Stephensen, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Stephensen of Nephi, is a patient at the Juab County Hospital, after suffering severe bums of both hands and forearms, his face and neck, and abdomen, in a fire at John Warner Conoco Service Saturday afternoon. Lynn was cleaning the lube room floor when the fire occurred. It is not exactly known, according to John Warner, proprietor, what caused the cleaning solvent to ignite. The Conoco station is property of Steve Greenwood, and is under lease to Mr. Warner. Nephi City Firemen responded quickly to the call, and a priend took Mr. Stephensen to the hospital for treatment Sunday and Mrs. daughter Cole and visitors at the home of Mr. Frank Cole were their son and in law, Mr. and Mrs. Elwin family of Salt Lake City. , "IT Italian Trip Mr. and Mrs. Steve F. Greenwood have enjoyed two trips in the past month. They spent five days in Acapulco, Mexico and after returning home left for a tour of Italy as guests of the Chevrolet Motor Co. They spent a week in taly. Motor Company. They spent a week in Italy. Their hotel accomodations were in Rome, and each day traveled to places of interest by bus and train. They enjoyed visiting the Coliseum in Rome, Vatican Square where they were blessed by the Pope, the Sistine Chapel where Michael Angelo painted the ceiling. They also saw the beoutiful Pieta statue of Mary and Jesus as sculptured by Michael Angelo. They toured Florence, Naples, the Isle of Capri, and were entertained at a Yoga party where chariots were brought onto the dance floor, and they saw scenes from moving pictures of the chariot races. Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood report that both trips were very interesting. Vinton G. Steiner, who formerly was Scotts Scout Master, presented the high honor to Scott, who in turn presented the miniature insignia of the Eagle rank to his mother, Mrs. Helen Wilkey. idence. Greenwoods Return from Extensive 4-- H Republican Party Mass Meetings will be held on Monday, May 15 at 7:15 p.m. at the following locations: Nephi First voting district, Earl Bowles residence, 195 East Center, Nephi Second voUng district, City Hall; Nephi Third voting district. Max Orme residence, 70 West 100 North; Nephi Fourth voting district, Dwain Bracken residence, 304 North 300 East; Levan, Lawrence Brough residence; Mona, Calvin E. Neilsen res- Nephi Young Man life-savi- Nephi City Police Department, Juab County Sheriffs Department, and in one instance, Federal Bureau of Investigation personnel, are probing three burglaries which occurred in Nephi Saturday night or Sunday morning. Gaining entrance through a window broken at Greenwoods, 740 North Main, what apparently was a lone burglar walked out the backdoor with $825.00 in cash and checks, plus a car stereo and speaker. According to Nephi City Chief of Police Jack Brough, cash made up over 400 of the total amount taken. At Parkin Motor Co., a pry-bwas used to open a back door. Only 6.00 in small change was taken from the cash till at this location, Chief Brough stated. FBI personnel joined in the probe of a burgalry at the U. S. Forest Service Building at 740 South Main. A window in the north door was broken, and the door then unlocked from the inside. Cash totaling $162.00 was taken from the building, and a .22 calibre automatic pistol also was taken. A week previously, Allens Cash Store was entered, and according to Chief Brough, through an opening in the roof and second-stor- e ceiling. Approximately $1300.00 was taken from the store. According to the officers reports, the night marshals were notified of a strange automobile parked in the vicinity of Greenwoods late Saturday night, and in addition to checking out the car, the officers made a check of Greenwoods at that time. Nothing was noted. Livestock Show Set Monday Young livestock raisers of East Juab County will participate in the annual Spring Junior Livestock Show on Monday, May 15, beginning at 4 pm. The annual event is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Nephi. According to Cary Peterson, chairman of the Kiwanis agricultural and conserand FFA memvation committee, all bers with livestock projects are invited to participate. Mr. Peterson stated that activities will begin at 4 p.m. with livestock and horse judging contests. Fitting and showmanship contests and judging fo the participants animals will follow. Hot dogs and drinks will be served to all participants, compliments of Allens AG Market, and Ted Chase, distributor for Cream O Weber products. Other members of the Kiwanis Clubs agricultural and conservation committee are Lynn Esplin, Vem Miner and Reed Christensen. Democratic Party mass meetings will be held on Monday evening, May 15, according to R. Elgin Gardner, County Educational Program at High School Auditorium Officers Investigate 4-- H -- Mass Meetings to be Held Monday Night Nephi Area News Briefs Visiting with Mrs. Joel Taylor during the past week were Dr. Carl J. Taylor of Barstow, California; Mrs. Reece Stein and son Taylor of Salt Lake City; and Jim Taylor of Nashville, Tennessee. Four Selected for 72 Utah Four young men have been selected to attend the 1972 Boys State to be held at Logan June 4 to 10. The American Legion, Nephi Post No. 1 has announced the selection of , four juniors to attend the annual American Legion sponsored event-DarGibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Gibson, and Stephen Greenhaigh son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Greenhaigh were selected and are being sponsored Boys State by the Kiwanis Club of Nephi; Tracy Olsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Olsen and Craig Park, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleston Park have been selected and are being sponsored by the Nephi Lions Club. These four young men were selected and approved by the clubs, and with the approval of their standing in class work by the Juab High School. . .