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ypreme Court Rules Odd hvm of School District UM S 'SERVING Vol. 60 No. 18 S ervicemen . . . LCPL A. RAY JOHNSON REASSIGNED .... LCpl. A. Ray Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee . McAllister of Delta, has been reassigned to the First Marine Division from the Third Marine Division in Vietnam LCpl. Johnson arrived in Vietnam approximately four months ago and has seen action near the DMZ.' Third Marine Division has been withdrawn from Vietnam. Approximately Approxi-mately 150 Marines of the Third Division received new assignments to the First Division and will continue con-tinue with that division in Viet Nam. Hay's new adrdess is:' LCpl. A. Ray Johnson 2475280 A-l-7, First Marine Div. FPO San Francisco, Calif. 96602 SP4 THEO BERRY DISCHARGED .... Sp4 Theo Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Berry of Delta was discharged dis-charged from the U. S. Army Sept. 26, 1969. Theo entered the army Sept. 27, 1967 and received basic at Ft. Lewis, Washington. From there he was assigned to Ft. Polk, La. for Advanced Individual Training. Train-ing. His next assignment took him to Vietnam where he was with the First Infantry Division northwest of Siagon. Sp. Berry received the Army Commendation with "V" devise de-vise and the Purple Heart for action in Vietnam. He returned to the States in March, 1969 after which he finished his tour of duty at Ft. Benning, Ga. Pheasant, Quail Season Opens Saturday, November 1 marks the opening of Utah's 1969 pheasant season. Some 80-90 thousand hunters hunt-ers are expected to be afield after the wily ringneck. Shooting begins at 8:00 a.m. on the opening day and will be daylight day-light hours for the remaider of the season. The daily bag limit is three roosters and the possession limit is six. Most northern counties have a 16 day season while the southern counties have a seven day season. State and federal lands are open for 30 days. Check the proclamation proclama-tion for the exact season dates for the various counties in the State. Quail season also opens November Novem-ber 1, and runs for 30 days statewide state-wide except Washington County which remains open until January 4, 1970. CORRESPONDENTS, please bold up on everything for next week. We expect to be making press repairs. THANKS. (Bob, Publisher) THE PEOPLE OF DELTA AND THE GREAT PAHVANT Thursday, October 30, 1969, Delta, . SP5 ROBERT BENNETT DISCHARGED .... received his discharge irom tne U.S. Army at Ft. Dix, New Jersey recently. He and his wife, the former Illona Marie Lenz of Rock-enhausen, Rock-enhausen, Germany, arrived in Delta Saturday. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bennett, Bob, entered the army Aug. 22, 1966. He received basic training at Ft. Lewis, Washington after which he received missile guidance training at Ft Bliss, Texas. Upon completion of his training Bob was stationed in Germany Ger-many for thirty months. He and his wife will make their home in Delta until January when Bob will resume his studies at Utah State University, Logan. PFC DAVID R. ALLEN DISCHARGED .... PFC David R. Allen, son of Mrs. Louise Allen of Delta, reached Delta Monday with a discharge from the U. S. Army. For the past year PFC Allen has been in Thailand. Thai-land. He entered the army March 20, 1968 and received basic training at Ft. Lewis, Wash. At Ft. Lewis Randall was named Honorman of his company. From Washington, he was sent to Ft. Sam Houston, Texas for Advanced Individual Training. There he was named honorman of his class scoring high scholastically. Randall intends to resume his studies at Utah State University at winter quarter. AREA SINGERS, NOTE Would you like to join with other singers of the area in the third annual presentation of "The Messiah" this Christmas season? Practice begins Saturday, Nov. 1, 6:30 p.m. at the chorus room at Delta High School. Come on out Your voice is needed. Director of this beautiful special is Joe Moody, former music teacher teach-er at DHS. Mr. Moody is now continuing con-tinuing his education at Brigham Young University and will travel home on weekends for the practice prac-tice sessions. Accompanist will be his wife, Glena. "The Messiah" will be presented Sunday, Dec. 21, 3:00 p.m. at the high school auditorium. There 5s no charge. SPAGHETTI SUPPER The Betah Rebekah Lodge -s sponsoring a spaghetti supper Saturday, Sat-urday, Nov. 15 at the IOOF Hall in Delta. A charge of $150 a plate will be made. Those wishing may play cards after supper. Everyone is invited to attend. 7,300 read it in The CHRONICLE Utah 84624 $4.25 year in advance 6 mos. $2.50 Copy 10c it 1ST LT. BOB RIDING 1ST LIEUTENANT Bob Riding, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Riding of Delta, was promoted pro-moted to Marine First Lieutenant recently in Vietnam. Lt. Riding has been serving as Forward Observer Ob-server for artillery during his four months in Vietnam. With his new promotion came new duties and he will now serve as an Assistant Executive Officer. Longtime friend and fellow Marine, A. Ray Johnson, John-son, was assigned to Lt. Riding's old company. Since their new assignments as-signments Bob and Ray have been able to spend four hours together visiting and making plans to attend at-tend LDS Conference at DaNang Nov. 1 and 2. Bob's new address is: Lt. Robert Riding, Jr. 0107827 "I" Btry, 311, First Marine Div. FPO San Francisco, Calif. 96602 NEW APPOINTMENTS TO CITY PLANNING COMMISSION Mayor R. S. Morrison appointed the following to the City Planning Commission Monday night. Alta Ashby to the unexpired term of Hatch Farnsworth. Bruce Taylor to the unexpired term of Paul Theobald. Bevan Thompson to the unexpired unex-pired term of Betty Kelly. His appointments were confirmed by the council. GROUSE SEASON CLOSES Hunters have until Sunday, Nov. 2, 1969 to hunt forest grouse. The 37 day season comes to a close on that date. The Hungarian and cukar partridge part-ridge seasons remain open until January 15, 1970. These popular game birds will provide some good hunting for the hunter willing to put forth the effort necessary o locate them. During the 1968 chukar season hunters spent over 61,000 hunter days in pursuit of this excellent gamebird. HOMECOMING QUEEN for 1969-70 was Rhonda Porter (c), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Porter of Lyman, Wyo. This is Rhonda's first year at Delta High although she has wanted to attend the local school for the past three years. Rhonda is a senior and says "Delta has the friendliest people in the world." She is living with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Dutson, during this school year. Her parents came from Lyman for the day. First attendant was Lois Waddingham Wad-dingham (1), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thorpe Waddingham, of Delta. A senior at the high school, Lois is a varsity cheerleader. Second Attendant was Sara Rae Finlinson (r), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Finlinson of Oak City. Sara Rae, also a senior is a member of the A Cap- VALLEY" Auxiliary Plans Assembly for Veterans Day Since 1960 approximately 200 men of the West Millard area have served their country in one of the Armed Forces. All these men will be accorded special honor at the American Legion Auxiliary Assembly As-sembly at Delta High School Tuesday, Tues-day, Nov. 11, 1969. Compiling the list was Mr. Noble Day, Fillmore, Secretary of the Millard County Selective Service Board. During the assembly thirty-three U. S. Flags, three feet by five, will be dedicated in the names of hose area men who have died in service to their country since World War Two. Thirty of the flags will then be presented to the junior and senior high schools for placement in each room. Two of the flags will be presented to Delta Elementary and one to Oak City Elementary. Hinckley Elementary has a flag in each of its rooms. Assisting in the presentation will be Pep Club members. Cherie Morris, Unit Americanism Chairman, will conduct a short skit in proper U. S. Flag Etiquette during dur-ing the assembly. Assisting Mrs. Morris will be 1969 Girl Staters, Lois Waddingham, Marian Jacob-son, Jacob-son, Benita Hardy, Sandra Lyman and Myrna Riding. The Girl Staters will also be in charge of the opening open-ing exercises. The assembly wil be presented to the Delta High School students at 1:00 p.m. and to the junior high students at 1:50 p.m. The public is invited by school principals, Jack Fowles and Merlin Christen-sen Christen-sen and by officers of the auxiliary to attend either of both assemblies. Attention! NEED A RIDE TUESDAY, NOV. 4, TO THE POLLS TO VOTE? IF SO. CALL 864-3663 AND ASK FOR THE JAYCEE COURTESY CAR.. YOU WILL BE PICKED UP AND RETURNED. RE-TURNED. SAFELY. TO YOUR HOME. PHEASANT HUNTERS Sugarville Ward Relief Society will serve a noontime dinner ;it the church hall Saturday, Nov. 1. For a full dinner a charge of $1.25 will be made. All hunters are invited in-vited to enjoy the delicious meal prepared by the Sugarville ladies. BAZAAR Delta First Ward Relief Society wil hold its annual dinner and bazaar Thursday, Nov. 6 at the ward recreation hall. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Each is to bring his own dishes. Following dinner bazaar items will go on sale. pella Chorus. The homecoming parade was quite large and featured many school clubs. The Senior Class took first place honors in the float division. Second place went to the Sophomore Class. The Junior Class took third place. Honorable mention went to the Faculty and Student Council for their float entries. Adding much to the parade was the high-stepping Millard High Band and marching group. Casting a cloud over Homecoming Home-coming events for Delta was the loss of the football game to the Millard Eagles by a score of 8 to 6. Both Millard teams, however, cinched a berth in state quarterfinals. quarter-finals. Millard has to get by Manti Friday before it is determined deter-mined which Millard Ccunty team is first place. The big day concluded with an alumni banquet and a dance. The Utah Supreme Court ruled Monday against Richard M. Brough former Millard High, teacher and state representative, in the two year dispute between Mr. Brough and the Millard County School District. The decision was written by Fourth District Judge Maurice Harding who sat in on the case instead of Justice A. H. Ellett, who had disqualified himself. The decision de-cision was concurred in by J. Allen Crockett, Chief Justice and E. R. Callister, R. L. Tucker and F. Henri Henroid, Justices. The complete decision follows. Richard M. Brough, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. The Board of Education of IpHBl SUPT. TALMAGE TAYLOR Veterans Day Banquet Speaker Speaker at the Nov. 11 Veterans Day Banquet will be Talmage Taylor, Tay-lor, Superintendent of Millard School District. Supt. Taylor will speak on "Brotherhood of Nations". He was born in Fremont, Utah and is a graduate of Wayne High School at Bicknel, Utah. After completing high school, Supt. Taylor enlisted immediately in the U. S. Marine Corps and was assigned to the First Marine Division. Divi-sion. He served two and a half years in the corps and over two years of that time was spent overseas over-seas during World War II. His first assignment was to the Island of Beneka off the coast of Guada- HEAD NURSE, Luella Western, disploys some of the new equipment equip-ment at the West Millard Hospital. Hos-pital. She is holding the phone rlew Equipment for The West Millard Hospital Board is always seeking new ways to improve services to patients at the hospital. Oftentimes these new ways mean purchase of new equip ment. Realizing that heart diseases are listed as a major cause of death and illness in the country, the board recently purchased new equipment that will insure better and quicker treatment for heart patients. When a patient inters the hos pital and all vital signs, pulse, breathing, color and blood pres sure, point to heart distress the attending doctor will give an electrocardiogram or EKG test. The EKG machine, directly in front of Mrs. Western, has several cables that are attached to the arms, legs .and chest of the patient. The EKG records on a graph a picture of the patient's heart action. Normal Nor-mal hearts follow the same pattern pat-tern and the EKG will register the slightest deviation from the normal pattern. After studying the graph, a doctor can determine heart conditions con-ditions and prescribe treatment If he feels it necessary, the record can be transferred directly by telephone tele-phone to a consultant specialist ;n Salt Lake City. When this is done the condition of the patient's heart is recorded simultaneously at the vs ' 1 ' Millard County School District, Jack Nelson, Delma Jean Galli and Gerald B. Huff, members of the Board and Talmage Taylor, Superintendent, Defendents and Appellants. In October, 1967, the plaintiff was, and for several years prior thereto had been, a career teacher at the Millard High School, Fillmore, Fill-more, Utah, under a contract with the Millard County School District. He was also a member of the Utah House of Representatives. He held and expressed strong opinions against the use of Federal Aid to Education programs in the public schools, some of which programs were in use in the Millard County Schools. This caused friction be- ! canal. He was on Guadacanal dur ing the cleaning up operation and was in the second wave of Marines that hit Blue Beach on Okinawa when U.S. forces captured the island from the Japanese. He later1 went to China and served almost a year with U.S. occupation forces. Upon his discharge from the Ma- rine Corps, Supt. Taylor entered, Utah State University, Logan, where he received a B. S. Degree in Education with a certificate in both elementary and secondary schools and a Masters degree Li Education Administration. He has done graduate work in school ad-minstraton ad-minstraton at Brigham Young University and University of Utah. He has taught school in Carbon County, Sevier County and served as principal of the Piute High1 School at Circleville. He taught math in Granite District one year before accepting an assignment as Assistant Superintendent in Garfield Gar-field County. He came to Millard County as Superintendent approxi mately five years ago. He and his wife, the former Veniece Spencer of Escalante, have four children. Their oldest daughter, Marilyn, is married and is residing in Brigham City. She is a student at Utah State University. Their other children are Deb, DHS Senior; Sheldon, DHS Freshman and Patrice, First Grader. In charge of banquet arrangements arrange-ments is the West Millard Barracks of the Veterans of World War One and its auxiliary. Assisting is the Amercan Legion Post 135 and its auxiliary. The banquet will be held at the high school lunch room center this year and will be catered by Top's City Cafe. Plates are $2.00 each. that allows immediate consultation consul-tation between an attending doctor at the hospital and a heart specialist in Salt Lake City. Local Hospital local hospital and at the office of the consultant. Through the use of the telephone, the local doctor and specialist are able to converse on the patient's condition immediately immediate-ly and treatment is prescribed. In the past EKG graphs have been mailed to the consultant specialist and answers oftentimes took up to three days to be returned by mail unless the local doctor requested an answer by telephone. Another instrument that plays a big part in treatment of heart patients is shown to the left of Mrs. Western. This instrument is a defibrillator and is available for patients who go into fibrillation (heart flutter). The instrument is used in both routine care and ex treme cardiac distress. The instrument instru-ment has 3 cables that are attach ed to the patient. The condition of the heart is then shown on the small screen encased in the boxlike object at the rear. By studying or observing this small screen a nurse is able to determine any acute needs of a patient Should a patient's pa-tient's heart stop, the defibrillator is used to send electric shocks through the heart muscles which reactivate the heart. The unit has been used for that purpose in the local hospital. Always nearby is a chest filled with emergency cardiac drugs. tween him and other school personnel per-sonnel at the school where he taught. On October 13, 1967, by order of the Superintendent of the School District, plaintiff was directed di-rected to transfer from the Millard High School to the Delta High School in the same district. He refused re-fused to accept the transfer. After two meetings with the Board concerning con-cerning the matter, and his continued con-tinued refusal to transfer, his services ser-vices were terminated because of insubordination, by a letter dated October 27, 1967. Three days later he filed suit (Civil No. 5721) against the defendents to restrain re-strain them from transferring him from his teaching position at the Millard High School, from terminating termina-ting his employment, or removing him from the payroll. The court issued a temporary restraining order "during the pendency of this action," which frustrated the will of the defendent Board from the (Continued on back page) Oak City History Being Published A History of Oak City, compiled by Margaret W. Roper with accurate accur-ate accounts of important events people, places and things, from the day of the first settler of Oak City to the present time, is now being published. The history contains many interesting in-teresting tales about Indians and pioneers, what they did and howr they lived. Biographical sketches of settlers before 1885 and numerous numer-ous sketches of the next generation families that lived in Oak City will also be contained in the book: A special attraction will be a chapter on one hundred years of living in Oak City. This will include in-clude many pictures. The book will sell for $10.00 each or three copies for $25.00. All proceeds pro-ceeds will be added to the building fund. Orders should be placed immediately im-mediately with Dean E. Anderson, Bishop of Oak City Ward or Mayor Reece Finlinson. CowBelles Looking For Queen, Stories Harriet Eliason In preparation for the annual winter convention in December, the Roundup CowBelles, auxiliary of the Utah Cattlemen's Association, is searching for a queen to represent repre-sent them. Contestants must be 18 years of age and be either a member of a family with affiliation affilia-tion in the Utah Cattlemen's Association As-sociation or connected with the cattle industry in some way. A letter of application should be sent to Mrs. M. A Lyman, president of the local unit. Girls will appear in formal and street dress and should know something about beef. Also needed are histories of how families got started in the cattle industry in Millard County. A beautiful placque will be awarded in the state CowBelle Human Interest In-terest Story Contest for the most interesting story. Written stories should be handed in to Mrs. Eldon A. Eliason by Nov. 15. If you have a good story, past or present about cattle in this county, write it up for the contest, or phone it in to Mrs. Eliason. A local prize of $5X0 wil be given for the best local cattle story. Anyone may enter the contest. DHS ALUMNI MEET The Delta High School Alumni Banquet held last Friday as part of the events of Homecoming was attended by 200 people. Held at the school lunch center, the evening proved most enjoyable' as alumni visited and renewed old friendships. Dr. Eugene Holman of Cedar City was Master of Ceremonies. Classes of '31, '41, '51, '61 and '71 will be honored next year. It was decided that the banquet would be held on Homecoming Day again. Committee in charge of the banquet ban-quet this year was comprised of William Dutson, Pres.; Kay Dutson, Sec; Jolinda Nickle, Gus Fowles, Maylen Erickson, Eva Dean Moody and LoRae Peterson. All committee members express thanks to everyone every-one for helping to make the evening eve-ning a success. NOTICE, PHEASANT HUNTERS Why not enjoy a dinner .'n Hinckley Saturday evening between the hours of 6:00 and 8:00 o'clock at the Hinckley lunch room. The ladies of Hinckley, known for being excellent cooks, have a spread planned guaranteed to please all palates. Charge is $1.50 for adults and $.75 for children and students. All proceeds will be added to the building fund.