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'CO,. Universal Mjcrofllrirg Corp. 11 J Ffcerpont Avenue Saltft Lake cityp Utah Here Are Local Candidates tm For Election Next Tuesday Whether you come from a long line of RaynhHmui or Democrats; whether you are a "youngster" contemplating your Volume 55, Number 44 first vote next Tuesday; or whether you are voting for your 50th time, you should avail yourself of the privilege which is yours to vote for the candidates of your choice, Juab County voters are fortunate - which ever place they place their "X" they will be voting for some good men. Nephi, Juab County, Utah 84648, Thursday, October 29, 1964 Services Pend For Samuel In the old days, the word Goblin" was used to refer to a weird creature. With the change of Halloween customs, it now takes on a different meaning . . thats what the kids do from home to home and for days after goblin this" and "goblin" that It also could refer to the gobs of treates they gobble. reg Blue prints have been received in Nephi on the Utah State Boating Park to be constructed at Yuba Dam in the near future. The Blue Prints are on display in the window of the U L C C store in .Nephi where interested individuals may study E. Ingram Samuel E. Ingram died at the Juab County Hospital at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to word received by The Times-New- s late Wednesday. Mr. Ingram, veteran employee of the Nephi Plaster and later the United States Gypsum Plant until his retirement, several years ago, had been in ill health for the past several months and admitted to the Hospital several days ago. Funeral services will be anthem. nounced by Anderson Funeral Through the cooperation of Home, and relatives and friends water and irrigation companies are asked to please watch the which own the YUBA Dam ar- state papers for announcement ea, considerable land has been of time and place of the serdeeded for the Boating Park. vices. First development will be the Mr. Ingram was a member grading of the boat ramp, and of the Fourth Quorum of Elders within a given time cement of Juab Stake at the time of will be poured to make a boat his death. launching and landing apron. Survivors include a daughtreg er, Hazel B. Jones of Nephi; a Mrs. Maude Ingram, and A former Nephi man, LeRoy sister, several grand children and is of Fork Whitehead Spanish grand children. flashing a new trophy recently great Complete obituary informawhich he won in the 1964 Pres- tion be carried in next idents tournament of the Span- weekswill edition. Association. Golf ish Fork Mr. Whitehead took up golf soce seven years ago in order to strengthen an injured back. Goblin Valley State A report in a Salt Lake paper points out that he was first required to wear a heavy belt Park Attractive to to assist his injured back, but the exercise from golfing developed the muscles until he was Utahns, Tourists Alike able to discard the belt and his back is normal. Goblin Valley, land of weird and grotesquely beautiful stone and unknown to silhouettes, the outside world just five short years ago, was recently acquired by the State Park and Recreation Commission for development into a state recreation area. . Club Hears Histories of The Commission . acquired 2,240 acres of land from the Bureau of Land Management which encompasses all of Goblin Valley. It will seek funds with which to carry out devel opments in this area to allow the visiting public to visit this "valley of unearthly figures" which first was named Mushroom Valley and is now known as Goblin Valley State Park. In 1932 a modem pionaar, Arthur L. Chaffin, established a ranch near the Dandy Crossing, today known as Hites Crossing, in Southern Utah, where, on the river bank, he raised semitropical fruits, along Major Parties Dr. Eugene Campbell, Chairman of the Histroy Department at Brigham Young University, was the speaker at the meeting of the Kiwanis Club on October 21st. Dr. Campbell told the origin and history of the political parties of the United States and reviewged how they had, through the years, even switched views. He painted out that most people belonged to a party because their parens did. Kenneth J. Sperry, secretary was in charge of the meeting, with vegetables and farm and Starr Corbett was the pro- crops. To reach his ranch on gram chairman and introduced the Colorado River, this modem the speaker. pioneer had to leave via Richfield, and take a 200 mile long trek through mountains and desert ending abruptly at his Republicans Invite Hite Ranch on the Colorado. Voters; Headquarters His trail became wheel tracks and finally after months of conIn Hall Rexall Building struction work, the highway went on the map of Utah as Vaughn J. Paxman, Juab the Hanksville Hite Road. From County Republican Chairman, his vantage point, Arthur has announced that Republican Chaffin operated a ferry and Headquarters for Election Day this surrounding area. will be established in the Rob- explored One of the areas which he exert Hall Drug building. was Goblin Valley. On The headquarters will be plored 10, 1959, Mr. ChafSeptember open from 4 p.m. until the re- fin took Phillip W. Tompkins Pax-man Mr. sults are completed, into Goblin Valley and for the stated. time it became known to first Refreshments will be served the outside world. and all voters of Juab County map and first of a serare invited to visit the head- ies(See called "County Iloppin on quarters. page 5) Pheasant Hunt Calls For Cooperation of The Utah State Department of Fish and Game today remined sportsmen that the opening hour for shooting pheasants, qua! and waterfowl will be 8:00 a.m. on November 7, the opening day of the annual pheasant and quail seasons. After the 8:00 a.m. opening hour on November 7, shooting hours for waterfowl will revert to the standard one-ha- lf hour before sunrise to sunset. For pheasants and quail, the shooting hours after November 7 will be 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day for the balance of the pheasant season. After tne ending of the pheasant season, the shooting hours for quail will be daylight hours. Shooting for chukar and hun-garipartridge will continue to be legal during daylight 1 r ,r s Wednesday Migttf October 22 for their annual Halloween party. Eve Andrea-se- n favored the group with three vocal selections. She was accompanied by her mother. Dean Shaw, chairman of the affair, presented a tape recording of a speech by Dr. Murray Banks, noted psychologist on the topic How to Live With Yourself. Approximately 25 members of the club and their wives enjoyed the evening. Dr. Francis H. Beckstead, well known physician and surgeon of Nephi, died at a Salt Lake Hospital Wednesday at 11:30 p.m. following an illness of approximately three months. Judge of Election tives and friends are asked to watch for announcement In the state papers as to time of funeral services. At the time of his death, Dr. Beckstead was senior member of the Juab Stake High Council of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-da- y Saints, and was a member of the Stake Melchizedek Priesthood committee. He had served in many Church capacities, and for several years prior to recent months had been chairman of the Genealogical Committee. A member of the Nephi Lions Club, Dr. Beckstead also had been active in many civic affairs in East Juab County. He was Juab County Health Officer and Nephi City Physician at the time of his death. Because of the lateness of the time of his death, complete obituary material was not available. This will be carried in next weeks issue. Surviving are his widow, Edith Belliston Beckstead of three sons and two Nephi; daughters: George Beckstead; Mrs. Marilyn Andrews; Robert L. W. Beckstead, Marriner Beckstead and Mrs. Betty Williams. Several grandchildren also survive. has an obligation to use the utmost caution when using matches, smoking or building campfires. With Utahs 1964 pheasant season only a week or so away, now is the time for hunters to be thinking about where they plan to hunt Early preparations will pay off by eliminating the problem of finding your prospective hunting grounds closed or finding all of the hunting unit permits sold. Scout your prospective hunt area, find out who owns the land then ask permission to hunt. By gaining permission to hunt on private lands, you not make your trip more only pleasant but you can further efforts of the Triangle Committee to maintain and improve relations between the land owner and the sportsmen. A small investment in time and effort prior to the hunt will pay big dividends during the hunting season. Ask permission, respect private property, and obey all the rules and regulations established in the proclamation for the hunting season. Respect the rights of the land owner in such a way that next year and the next, you may have the privilege of returning to hunt again! Plans Gala Dance On Halloween MIA Juab Stake MIA Halloween Dance will be held at the Juab Stake House Saturday, October 31, starting at 8:30 p.m. An orchestra has been arranged for to furnish the mus- ic. MIA officials have issued a special invitation to all over 14 years of age, and married couples are invited to attend. Those in costumes will be admitted free. All others will have a admis- sion fee. In keeping with LDS church requests, no masks will be allowed. Weather Report NEPHI STATION announced by Anderson Funeral Home, and probably will he held on Saturday. Rela- Provo Catholic Church Invites All to Open House; School Tour Provo As part of the ecnmenical movement so prominent in the news today, St Francis of Assisi Church in Provo will sponsor an Open House on November 1 from 1 to 6 p.m. St Francis Church on second north and fifth west in Provo will be open all afternoon from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. with the vestments and sacred vessels on display. Explanations will be given on Roman Catholic beliefs and practices. The St. Francis elementary and high school, together with the Sisters Convent, all on third north and ninth east in Provo, also will be open from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. with guided tours. At 5 p.m. a simulated Mass will be presented in the school auditorium with one of the priests officiating and another explaining the actions kind prayers of the Mass, which is the center of Catholic worship. An invitation for all interested to attend has been issued by Father Ernest Wilson, O. F. M., Pastor. Attend Fireside Opening of New Building l xfy 2L Allen C. Reynolds Beaver Man In ing the fifth district consisting of Beaver, Iron, Juab, Millard, and Washington Counties. Mr. Reynolds is a native of Springville and has lived in Piute and Beaver Counties, and as an educator, is well informed on school problems of southern Utah. A graduate of Brigham Young University in Provo, Mr. Reynolds has taken extended education courses at all of Utahs major educational institutions. He holds certificates as secondary teacher and counselor. Mr. Reyonlds, at present, is retired from school teaching. He is owner and manager of a lumber and hardware business. He was charter president of Beaver Lions Club and is a former bishop of the Beaver Second Ward. As a teacher, Mr. Reynolds served as LD3 Seminary principal for 17 years and in recent science and served as ar Announcement was made Wednesday by Kenneth Nyman, manager of the Nephi office of First Security Bank, that open house In connection with the opening of the new bank building Is being planned for Saturday, November 2L Farther announcement on the plans for the day will be made as the date nears, Mr. Nyman said. speak at a stake Fireside. The fireside is being held particularly for the Mia Maids, Laurel and Explorers of all the wards of Juab Stake. Democrats Extend Welcome to Election Day Headquarters Voters of Juab County are invited to visit the Democratic Headquarters at the Towne Cafe on election evening, Tuesday, November 3, according to an invitation issued this week. The dining room of the cafe will be converted into the headquarters" from 6:30 p.m. until the returns are complete. Refreshments will be served throughout the evening. J. Clair Collard, Levan resident seeking four year term as County Commissioner. Former bishop of Levan Ward . . . livestock grower and farmer. Serves as officer of Juab Lake Irrigation Company. r Destroyed in Midnight Fire A Date Set for t Barn and Hay Alton S. G&dd, incumoent Juab County Commissioner. Is term candidate for four-yeon Democratic ticket Poultry raiser; assistant clerk of the Nephi Fourth Ward. Former officer of Intermountain Farmers Association. fire Young People Urged to early Saturday destroyed a One of the most outstanding occasions for the young folks of Juab Stake will be held at the Stake House on Sunday evening, when Afton Affleck of the YWMIA general board will " Ballots appear In this paper the official publication havent already had the opportunity you win have time to give them a little study. There are the general ballot, the Judicial selection ballot, and the state school board ballot which every voter will receive from the judges, in the Levan area and for those Individuals residing between first south and third north in Nephi, there will be an additional ballot school board representative district ballot School board ballots will be In each of the four Nephi voting districts, but only those residing within the boundaries of the old Nephi (Center) IDS Ward so if you Dr. Beckstead had practiced medicine here for approximately 40 yean. Here are the candidates, local ones, and a little about each; Funeral services will be may vote. Withdraws; Mrs. Oldroyd Is Appointed Juab County Clerk James P. Christensen announced Monday that Ruth H. Gardner had withdrawn as a judge of electhours throughout the pheasant ion and Ada Oldroyd had been season. to fill the vacancy., Fish and Game officials ad- appointed The list of judges was pub- -: vise that the fire danger is still lished in last weeks issue. high anyone going afield years has taught mathematics, Typical scene fro impressive Goblin Valley The Nephi Lions Club met at Rays Cafe on Thursday, Dr. Betksflead Dies an Allen C. Reynolds, resident of Beaver, is seeking office as member of the Utah State Board of Education, represent- & Annual Party Sportsman, Farmer Race for State School Post 'A Lions Enjoy middle-of-the-nig- ht bar and some 70 bales of hay on the Don Beck property at third north and first east The residence is occupied by Kent Linton and family. The fire was reported near 12:30 a.m. Saturday morning and by the time the department members arrived a few minutes later the entire bam was beyond saving. The canyon breeze fanned the fire and carried some sparks to the homes to the west and south. Home owners of the area have expressed sincere thanks to the Volunteer Fire Department members for their prompt and efficient action in preventing serious damage to the several homes. Fire Chief Miles A. Anderson stated that the cause of the fire is unknown. Maurice L. Memmott Nephi, seeking two year term as Juab Commissioner. Farmer and dairyman, state brand inspectR. Elgin Gardner, incumbent or. Member, High Council of Juab County Commissioner. Is Juab Stake. term on the seeking two-yeDemocratic ticket. Distributor, Phillips Pet Co., Native of Levan, now resides in Nephi. Formerly served as Clerk and Assessor. Sunday School teacher, Nephi Third Ward ar Fair books will be closed on November 6. Those who have not collected their fair premiums should do so before that date, as payment can not be made after that time. Claude R. Lomax, incumbent representative. Scout worker. Salesman, New York Life Insurance Co. Winner of Silver Bent R. Bryan, Democratic Buffalo award for Boy Scout candidate for Representative to activities. Legislature. Farmer and livestock grower. Formerly served one term in House of Representatives of Legislature. Ernest F. Mantes, Tooele, to Utah seeking Senate from 13th Senatorial District. Operates finance company at Tooele. Dale Wm. James, Tooele, R publican candidate for Senat position. Active In Scout wot and in business circles in h community.