|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Htmxtv (Enuntg Gtmitov MAY 1, 1997 50tA tficldina QJ&nnvwwar PAGE 2 "Stale" f the County (Continued from page 1 ) not held by an elected official Doug Treasurer, Max limb, Assessor, and Carriger, "Administrative Assistant," Leo KaneH County Attorney. Toms for these elected officials expire at the came on board in September of 1995 . as the "County Planner." The' end of 1998. Democratic was created The County position originally by Convention is set for Saturday, May way of a $25,000 economic 3 at 5:00 P.M. at the county development grant, primarily to coordinate growth effects between courthouse. State Convention will be Circle Four Farms and the county. in Democrats 17th. county May offices are: Chad Johnson, County Logic being that increase in tax base last would pay for the position when the Commissioner November, term expires at the end of grant ran out. Circle Four is not Carriger's only project. With the 2000); Kenneth Yardley, Sheriff; Bruce Brown, Recorder, and Paul illness of Commissioners Sullivan Barton, Clerk. Terms expire for and Marshall, Carriger is increasingly involved in the building plans for the these officials at the end of 1998. in take elections place prison. county City m 1997. Milford: Terms expire this District 6, a little year for Mayor Mary Wiseman, Councilman John Carter, and more than a year ago. InaMarchl7 Councilman Enoch Swain (appointed special commission meeting, Carriger acted as spokesperson for property following the resignation of Larry Russell Councilmen Smith, owners, of which he is one, Sower). Mark Dotson, and Junior Davis are presenting a proposal to add the Elk Meadows Resort Area and Puffer with us until the end of 1999. Lake Area to the District, and to Miners ville: Mayor Howard Pryor Michelle Diovide additional services within die and Councilmembers Barton and Robert Craw are up for District During the April 7 public rMlwtinn this venr while David hearing on the intention, it became Vance F. and Connie Lee Marshall were married Dec. 27, for apparent that not all property owners Eyre mi Rodney Cartcr 1946 in Parowan, Utah. They will celebrate their 50th Wedding tw0 more years. Beaver: Terms agree. ine hearing has been Anniversary on Saturday, May 3, 1997 in the Minersville, L.D.S. expire for Mayor James Robinson continued until May 5 at 10:00 AM. If the proposal is adopted, the Church from 4.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. They had six children: and Councilmembers Ann Marshall Bradshaw. Robin and Remaining District may impose fees and levy Carolyn Hatley, Audrey (Ken) Frailey, Frances (Russell) Gale, taxes to pay for all or part of the councilmembers are Max Anderson, Mark (Lori) Marshall, and the late Kenneth Vance, and Ariene. Les Williams, and Mike Dalton. It will also proposed services. They have 13 Grandchildren and 3 Great Grandchildren. Vance is One of the most powerful empower the District to issue bonds. a farmer and Connie is a homemaker. They are active in the for Plans a County positions in the County is, ironically, L D.S. Church. Improvement District to provide road upgrades to service Circle Four Farms fell through last month. Midwives' Governor to Proclaim Day According to Rob Adams, Circle Michael O. Salt Lake Four general manager, the company Letters to the Editor must be signed and have a Lcavitt will sign a proclamation establishing May 5 even opted out because of the way daytime phone number for verification. Comments as Midwives Day in a ceremony in his office at 2 : 1 5 the proposal was written. He said do not necessarily express the editorial policy or the company would prefer a smaller p.m. Monday, May 5. viewpoint of the Beaver County Monitor. Equal A reception is planned at the Daughters of district and a lower dollar figure. space will be provided for opposing views. the Utah Pioneers Museum, 300 North Main, from With the improvements desperately Dear Editor, needed, Carriger is expected to work p.m. that same day. Everyone is invited to visit I would like to share with the community the and learn about both the history and present-da- y toward an acceptable solution. following letter which was sent to the DOPL. activities of midwives. Dear Sirs: May 5 is known worldwide as International I have known Dr. Brad Spaulding for a little Midwives Day. Interest in midwifery and natural over three years. I have worked full time in the childbirth is growing, especially in the Western U.S. capacities of the O R. Supervisor and floor Nurse. The Utah Midwives Association promotes The Milford Valley Dr. Spaulding is the only Surgeon on the Hospital natural childbirth and midwifery. The association Memorial Hospital Adult Volunteers Staff and one of two Doctors to care for the seeks to educate parents about the benefits of having had a meeting last Wednesday. They Hospital and Clinic patients. He is on call seven their babies at home. For more information call have joined the National Volunteer hours a day for emergent or 1 days a w eek, twenty-fou- r Joanne Bronson, president, (801) Organization. The hospital showed their appreciation by providing them surgical procedures and 0. B.s. Besides being the Suzanne Smith, vice president (801)225-566- 8. onlv Surgeon in the area, he is also the only O.B. with juice and donuts for the meeting. Dr.' They are planning some fundraising efforts in the future such as a quilt During the three years Dr. Spaulding has Many people of by Reva Albrecht and other raffles. The volunteers look worked in Milford, I have never had any reason or Minersville had Ice Houses. In the winter time, men forward to your support and occasion to think that this Physician was mentally would go with their teams and wagon upon the do to can appreciate anything you impaired in any way. He has always presented as a reservoir to cut ice. They had ice saws and ice tongs help. They are encouraging donations kind, caring man, demonstrated that he is to handle the huge blocks of ice; these huge blocks of gift items that can be sold in the knowledgeable, capable and always handles of ice were placed in the ice house with layers of lobby of the hospital. To donate emergency situations superbly well. Also, in wood chips to preserve them for use in the summer. items contact Rhoda Browner. If you are interested in joining the Adult working with Dr. Spaulding I have, without fail, All through the summer months families would found him to be well mannered and considerate of Volunteers please call Linda Eckley in ice used The was ice cream. homemade enjoy at or drop in to one of his staff. it ice As food. the melted, iceboxes to preserve their Dr. Spaulding has been my own Dr. and in this meetings. They are held on the would run into buckets that were carefully watched last of the month in the Wednesday I have been more than happy with the care capacity and emptied. The ice was placed in the top of the conference room of the Milford he has given me and again have never thought, at box and the food in shelves beneath. Clinic. any time, he was impaired mentally. Tired, yes! but Articles submitted by the Sesqukentennial impaired, NO. FINAL USU BROKE Committee of Minersville. I think as Nurse and patient we arc extremely fortunate to have Dr. Spaulding as our leader and HORSE SALE family Physician. I think it would be a terrible Logan, UT For the past 12 years mistake and loss to this hospital and community if spring has brought the annual Broke wc should lose him as a Practicing Physician. "Thank You" seems inadequate to show howl Horse Sale at the Utah State very much your kindness, your help, the flowers arm Sincerely, University Horse Arena. May 31 is food you sent to us during tNs sad time have meant. Surf Jefferson sLinlcy the date of this year's event, which words the are simple, hope you know the Editor 's Note: The Monitor 's policy ofproviding though will be the final year horses from the gratitude and the special warmth they represent. equal space for opposing comments has not been USU program will be sold. Zkd Chirrup 0 orotd Kewdtyite tested on this issue. The two letters which have Students in USU's horsemanship been printed are the only ones which have been Dick & Toni RollinsRay & Tiffany Rollins program will show the horses from 4 submitted. p.m. The sale begins at 5 p.m. & Valorie fTZ Trance Connie Marshall Letters To The Editor City-Gove- rnor 1- -4 MVMH Volunteer News KNOW. NOW. $79.00 " Ike UoMMo "CELLULAR ONE Elder Bradley Bradshaw E,der 387-588- 8, . , , nraasnaw. oraay Amber Rollins Tandy's Showcase of IttUford Properties Land: 24 Lots in East R.R. Addition $ 2,500 lot 6 Acres East of Sunnyside Subdiv ision, Zoned for Mobile Modulars close to power and water. $grj 000. 24.9 Acres on Pass road; 2. 1 8 AFW, Elect., Fenced $45,000. 1 1 . 72 Acres West of jer'contrat ision Surveyed and mapped for 39 lot Subdivision (not an accepted subdivision) $ 1 95,000. 40 Acres next to CiHe 4 Pig Farm $20,000. 160 Acres NVyAnlford. West of Dam on Hwy 257 $16o00. 80 Acres SW ot Milford between Milford Flat & Lund Hwy. $ 1 6ft00. 80 Acres 1 0 miles SW of Milford on Flat near new pig farm. $24,000. 200 Acres 5 miles SW of Milford between Flat & Lund Hwy. $30,000. 320 Acres NE of Milford on road to Roosevelt Springs Geo Thermal $32,000. 440 Acres 7.5 miles SW of Milford between Milford Flat & Lund Hwy. $66,000. For Further Information Call: Randy Ittotris Century 21 First Choice Rea ty 965 South Main Cedar City, UT 84720 Office: Res: Cellular: 21 2-- Tack and saddles used in the program will also be for sale beginning at 2 pm. All events are at the USU Horse Arena, 1550 N. 600 E., North Logan. Faculty member TWayne "Mac" McArthur, who retires in July after directing the horsemanship program for 30 years, says the horses are accustomed to being ridden by numerous people and adjusting to various "rider inadequacies." Students will be prepared to provide mfonnation about the horses they are riding, and help guide buyers to a horse that might best suit their needs. All the horses are geldings, and all are guaranteed sound a unique feature of this sale, McArthur says. "At other sales you buy horses "as is," he said. "If you find something wrong with the horse you bought, that's tough. You still own him." Included in the sale will be and Quarter Horses. Paints, Appaloosas. McArthur says there are several buckskins and many other well colored horses. For more information about the sale or the horses, please contact J1 Wayne McArthur, (801) 1 (days), 563-56(evenings). - 752-125- , 'At SHOOK Beaver County 21-2- 7, A Beaver man was arrested and booked into jail on charges of Evidence Tampering, Filing False Police Aggravated Report, Kidnaping, Aggravated Assault, and Robbery Aggravated the to Delinquency Contributing of Minors. An incident of Criminal Mischief is under investigation in Milford. A purse was reported stolen in Beaver. A Lancaster, California, man was arrested by Utah Highway Patrol and booked into jail on charges of Open Container, Possession of Heroin to Sell, of Amphetamine, possession s MILFORD SCHOOL LUNCH BurritaTinnmings FruitChocolate Fudge MilkChocoMilk Tuesday, May 6 Chef SaladDress RollFruitCookie MilkChocoMilk Wednesday, May 7 HamburgerFrench Fries FruitMilkChocoMilk Thursday, May 8 Meat (JravyRoil PotatoesToss SaladDress FruitRollMilkChoco Milk Friday, May 9 Possession FruitCookieMilkCh Milk ddd Nutioon Program, no penon ifatH on the or of nee, color, nabonal onpn, tec, Iwrbftn, be turinrW from iwiniipihnB in. be dewed to the benefit! oC or be nJmnwet eapjoded bi the ground Agncutoit, agent oe, 60M. neoonel 6ngn lex. ege. of He mliikeli Yj to the Secretary of WMtertfon, DC. 20290. like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. , See me lor car, home, life and health insurance. Brest Staptey ttl-433-54- 51 757 N. MtJa Beaver. Utah ITATI FAIM . INSURANCI Slaw Farm Inaufinoa ComptmnM ' 'afci ' ftjl nciinvijiTiCOT. CPoonwigion, wn(M of Drug Paraphernalia, Driving Under the and Influence of Drugs, Possession of Prescription Drug. Vandalism to a school bus in Beaver is under investigation. A Beaver woman was arrested by the Sheriff s Department and booked into jail on charges of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Open Container. Felony theft from a farm in : Minersville is under investigation. for Citations Illegal Alcohol were of Consumption issued in two separate incidents. Theft of a ladder belonging to Milford Airport was reported. UHP arrested a Leeds, Utah, man. He was booked into jail on Swedish Sandwich Toss Saladdress b.tem(ei Oft Sheriffs Report Week of April 1997: Monday, May 5 If yon bebevf voule Cedar City 865-010- 1 674-555- 5 grandparents are Max R. Carter of Minersville and Barbara J. Bradshaw of Beaver - SherwoodKelly St George Bradley Bradshaw has been called to the Peona, Illinois mission. He will enter the MTC on May 7th. His farewell will be held in the Beaver Stake Center at 9 oo a m. on May 4th. Brady is the son of Robin K. And Carrie 623-235- Ice Houses faeaeee charges of Speeding, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Open Container and Driving on Suspended Driver License. A gas skip was reported by Southcreek Texaco, Beaver. The suspect vehicle was not located. Five traffic accidents were investigated by the Sheriffs Department during the week, one with personal injury. Responses were made to 57 requests for assistance. Of these calls, six were to keep the peace, 31 to check out suspicious persons or circumstances, and 14, to assist other agencies. Two animal problems were handled. traffic stops were made Forty-si- x with 31 citations issued.