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Utah Stata Pros P.O. Box 1327 Slt liko City, Aaen Utah CA110 Fathers, sons rites Seminary graduation to hold outing set for Sunday afternoon Friday night The fathers and sons of Nephi Utah LDS Stake will meet Friday evening at the Old GOVERNOR CALVIN L. RAMPTON, left, stands with Commissioner E. Steele McIntyre, center, and Mayor Donald L. the Governor to Nephi. The visit was a Eyre following a meeting at the County continuation of his visit each county of the state at least once each year policy. Courthouse Monday morning. Mrs. Hampton and William A. Bruhn accompanied Need seen for additional boat ramps at Yuba Park The need for additional boat launching ramps at the Yuba State Boating Park was one of the several items discussed by and with Governor Calvin L. Rampton during the chief executives annual visit to Juab County on Monday morning of this week. The problem, made acute by the terrific use of the facility in southern Juab County, is expected to become more acute in the near future because power boats have re- - Yellowstone elk photo brings 'I was there' cry With regards to the First shipment of Yellowstone elk in Utah photo which was reproduced in last weeks edition, Hugh Sperry of Mona called to say that I was there. Sperry said that he has the same photo in his album, and that on the original, several individuals are recognizable including John A. Garrett (father rett and Dellis immediate of John V. GarG. Painter) in the foreground. JHS Juniors who will attend Boys State are Ross Madsen, left, Robert Paxman, Kevin Doe, and Tony Sperry. Inset is Marlin Park. Boys State is sponsored by the night have come to the commission but the problems caused by night hunting to livestock men and landowners of the area would greatly outweigh any recreational benefits. Commissioner McIntyre stated that night hunting enthusiasts are mostly from the counties of the Wasatch front. A request for assistance in getting an approval for funding of the Nephi Industrial Park was made on behalf of Nephi Gty by Councilman Pexton. Governor Rampton pledged that he would take immediate measures to look into the situation when he arrived back in Salt Lake City later Monday. Commission McIntyre asked Governor Ramptons assistance in the appointment of a Highway Patrolman for residence in Eureka. Rampton indicated that new patrolmen were being appointed on July 1 and that he would relay the request to Commissioner of Public Safety Raymond A. Jackson. Mrs. Rampton and William A. Bruhn, Director of Industrial Relations, accompanied the Governor on his visit to Juab County. cently prohibited in Palisades Park near Manti. Governor Rampton said that the request had come from Sanpete County boating enthusiasts for launching ramps on the east shore of Yuba Reservoir but because of fluctuating water levels in the later portion of the season, the feasibility of such ramps appeared unlikely. Local representatives meeting with Governor Rampton pointed out that in recent years the water level has been such that launching areas on the east side could be used. In times of prolonged drought, however, the receding of the reservoir would leave the ramps high and dry. Other items discussed with Governor Rampton by Commissioners E. Steele McIntyre, R. Roscoe Garrett, and Herman Young; Nephi Mayor Donald Eyre; Nephi City Councilman W. Leon Pexton; and Juab County Sheriff Robert L. Painter were : malThe possibility of hospractice insurance for Goverstate institutions. other and pitals nor Rampton said he felt certain that the 1977 legislature would take definite action on this situation. ban on night The need for a state-wid- e hunting. Commissioner McIntyre reported that requests for permission to hunt at state-support- Sanpete, Sevier groups seek new' Yuba Dam ramps A delegation of Sanpete and Sevier and water skiing County boating enthusiasts will meet with a representative of the Parks and Recreation Commission in Salt Lake City later this week, seeking placement of boat launching ramps in the Painted Rocks area, on the east shore of Yuba Dam Reservoir, according to Terry Larsen, the ranger in charge of the Yuba State Boating Park. We have a real problem now with the present launching facilities, and any new boat launching sites would be a blessing. Larsen said. The wait for launching during the weekend can be as much as two hours, it was reported at a meeting held Monday morning with Governor Rampton. There had tteen some concern as to the availability of a sufficient level of water to provide for the east shore ramps, but Larsen said that we are currently in a high water cycle, and I can forsee absolutely no problems of low water for at least ten years. The Painted Rocks area, where it is proposed that the new ramps be built is in Sanpete County, and is accessible by a short road off The need for the boating ramps came about when the State closed Palisade Park south of Manti to power boating. American Legion. The youngmen are being sponsored by the Nephi Lions Club and the Nephi Kiwanis Club. JHS Photo Five selected to attend annual June Boys' State Five young men from Nephi will attend and participate in Boys State at Logan from June 6 to 12, according to officers of the American Legion, Nephi Post No. 1. Under the sponsorship of the Nephi Lions Club, Devin Doe, Ross Madsen, Marlin Park, and Tony Sperry will attend afthe fair designed to give young men a greater knowledge week-lon- g of the duties, privileges, rights, and responsibilities of American citizenMarlin Park ship. Robert Paxman will be sponsored by the Kiwanis Gub of Nephi. The parents of the young men are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Madsen, Mr. and Mrs. Geston Park, Mr. and Mrs. A. Duane Sperry, and Mr. and Mrs. George Paxman. U-2- 8. High school rodeo scheduled Friday, Arlene Carter is Miss Wheelchair Saturday evenings The Sixth annual Juab High School rodeo will be held on Friday and Saturday evenings, May 21 and 22 at the Juab County Fairgrounds. Each performance will begin with a grand entry at 7 p.m. The events are bareback riding, saddle bronc and bull riding, calf roping, and team roping. Girls events are break-awa- y roping, cloverleaf barren racing, pole bending, and goat tying. Contestants are already registered from as far north as Tremonton, as far southeast as Blanding, and as far southwest as St. George. Several merchants have sponsored belt buckles and other prizes for contestants. Juab County Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mickelson have announced the sale of Mickelsons Cafe to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Greenhalgh of Nephi. The sale was effective May 17. Mickelson has operated the cafe for the past 14 years and will spend his time managing the other properties he owns in the County Hospital as of Tuesday morning included the following: area. Greenhalgh has been the head chef for Mickelson and his predecessors, Foster Gardner and Ray Kelson. Prior to that time, he was a cook for William Siddoway, who operated the business under the Snack Shack name. The business name, Mickelson's, will be retained for the present time. list patient Patients at the Juab Alveretta Bean, Nephi Margaret Faucett, Nephi Ethel Gadd, Nephi Shauna Lee Haney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Haney of Nephi Earl Hawkins, Nephi Earl Howard, Nephi Florence Kendall, Nephi Eva Nielson, Nephi Ann Shepherd, Levan Juanita Walker, Nephi Clarence Wilkey, Nephi stake-sponsore- Emergency training meet here Saturday President Vaughn J. Paxman, principal of the Seminary, will conduct the graduation exercises. Bishop Joseph G. Christensen, instructor and graduation program coordinator, has announced that James Gienn, a former principal of the Seminary, will be the guest speaker. Veterans Aux to sell poppies on Saturday, May 22 President Paxman said that all graduates are expected to be in attendance, and that parents of the graduates and all other members of the stake are invited to attend. Graduates as listed by Principal Paxman and Bishop Christensen are: Levan Ward: Scott Kendall, Robert Peterson, Susan Taylor, and Karen I. Stephenson. Mona Ward: Gint Ellertson, Gyde Ellertson, Peggy Jones, James D. Kay, Allan M. Neilson, and Jim Sutherland. Nephi First Ward: Ryan J. Bender, Jan Carter, Linda Sperry, and Rodney Steiner. Nephi Second Ward: Jeffery Bean, Becky Gahn and Nan Stephenson. Nephi Third Ward: Debi Brewer, Leslie Carter, Lorie Mickelson, Robins J. McPherson, Roy McPherson, Brad Vickers, and Mary Winn. Nephi Fourth Ward: Dennis Everitt and Merrill Kay. Nephi Fifth Ward: Mariann Boswell, Rod Jones, Brian Jensen, Gint Price, Cheryl Penrod, Douglas Prisbrey, and Hanalee Poppy Day will be conducted on Saturday May 22, in Nephi. Mayor Donald Eyre has proclaimed the day as Poppy Day for the selling of the memorial poppies by members of the American Legion Auxiliary. In his proclamation, Mayor Eyre points out that the nations 200th anniversary is a fitting time to remember how many lives have paid the price for our freedom. It is a time to honor all veterans and purchasing and wearing the red poppy will help us rekindle the spirit of patriotism and service to our country which is needed as much now as ever before in our history." Funds from the sale of the poppies assist disabled veterans in hospitals throughout the country. These disabled servicemen are paid for each poppy they make. Buy and wear the memorial poppy is the plea of the American Legion Auxiliary. Parkin. Nephi Sixth Ward: Annette Pexton and Daniel Spencer. Certificates of achievement are being awarded to Scott Greenhalgh, Nephi First Ward; Arlene Carter, Nephi Second Ward; Rod Frampton and Bart Stephenson, Nephi Third Ward; Steven L. Tolman and Douglas Anderson, Nephi Fifth Ward; and Jackie Ingram and LaRae McGellan, Nephi Sixth Ward. Young Adults Nephi will be the site for one of five regional conferences on the diagnosis and management of acute respiratory emergencies on May 22, according to a release from Dr. Franklin K. Brough of the Utah Lung Association. The Nephi Utah LDS Stake Young The full-da- y Adults group will hold a special volleytraining course for physicians, hospital emergency room personnel, ball party on Saturday evening at 7:30 at .and emergency transport personnel is be- - , the Nephi Stake House. . " ing sponsored by the Utah Lung AssociaThe Volleyball match is the first in a sertion, The Intermountain Thoracic Society, ies of activities to be scheduled for the the Intermountain Respiratory Intensive summer months, according to Kevin StanCare Unit, and the Utah State Division of ley, president of the group. Health. A task force of medical and paramedical workers headed by Dr. C. DuWayne Schmidt, director of the pulmonary disease department at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, developed the training and will teach it at the regional conference. Any emergency requires fast thinking and quick action to keep the victim alive and out of danger until medical treatment can be given to stabilize his condition. One of the most urgent tasks is to keep the victim breathing. This is not easy if the victim has a chest injury as a result of an accident or if he is an emphysema patient in acute respiratory failure. Both situations require immediate action with technical procedures to assit the patient in breathing until he gets to the hospital. There are many helpful skills and procedures now avaialbe but not in wide use by medical and paramedical emergency personnel to do this. according to Dr. Brough. The purpose of the conference is to try to teach these techniques to persons who can use them in saving lives, Brough said. Central Utah medical and paramedical workers interested in attending the meetElder David Paxman, son of President ing should contact the Utah Lung AssociaMrs. Vaughn J. Paxman, returned and tion, 1616 South Eleventh East, Salt Lake home recently from two years in the New City, Utah 84105. York City LDS mission. Elder Paxman ComSeal The program is a Christmas a report of his mission in the will give munity Service of the Lung Association to Second Ward sacrament metting on Nephi the in disease control lung prevent and Sunday. Bishop R. Clark Greenhalgh Central Utah area. Other conferences will invites all members of the ward to attend be held in Cedar City, Salt Lake City, Moab, the meeting, which will begin at 6:30 p.m. and Ogden. set volleyball . . If Here's Levan ' weather report LEVAN WEATHER Services held for Ft. Green lady FOUNTAIN GREEN Funeral services were conducted on Wednesday for Mrs. Leah Hansen, 80, who died on May 15 at Nephi. Mrs. Hansen was born at Fountain Green on January 10, 1896, a daughter of Ole and Nicolena Lassen Anderson Sorensen. She married Farrell L. Hansen on May 23, 1914 at Fountain Green. The marriage was later solemnized at the Manti LDS temple. Hansen died in 1959. Mrs. Hansen was active in the LDS church, particularly in temple work. Survivors include three daughters and two sisters, including Vera Hansen of Nephi. Burial at the Fountain Green cemetery was directed by Anderson Funeral Home of Nephi. Arlene Carter of Nephi was chosen as Miss Wheelchair Utah for 1976 at a pageant held last week in Salt Lake City. Twenty-tw- o participants competed for the honor. SSHt Creenhalghs buy Mickelson's Cafe Pinery Recreational Area for the annual Fathers and Sons outing according to Dr. Nelson L. Jones of the Stake Aaronic Priesthood committee. The Old Pinery area is at the base of the red cliffs southeast of Nephi. It is being developed by the Nephi Utah Stake and three other stakes as a site for outings and other recreational events. It is reached via the Cedar Point road south of Nephi. According to a spokesman for the stake, fathers and their sons are invited to assemble at the area following the workday on Friday. Each family or group of families will prepare the evening meal on their own and are invited to enjoy the evening in their own activities. d There will be no activities Friday evening. Breakfast, furnished by the Stake, will be served starting at 7 a.m. Saturday. Planned recreational activities will take place throughout the morning and will continue until approximately noon. Thirty-fiv- e young people of the Nephi Utah LDS Stake will receive graduation diplomas and an additional eight will receive certificates of achievement at the annual Nephi Utah LDS Stake Seminary commencement exercises to be conducted on Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Stake House. ' Miss Carter will now represent the State of Utah at the Miss Wheelchair USA pageant in Columbus, Ohio in September. The contestants at the state contest were judged on their accomplishments, their personality, and their appearance and poise. Miss Carter was recently chose as the outstanding teenager for the State of Utah. She is now serving as president of Juab High School and will graduate this year. She recently won first place in the Sterling Scholars of Central Utah contest in the General Scholarship category and received a scholarship to attend the university of her choice. Miss Carter was accompanied to Salt Lake Gty by Miss Nan Stephenson, who will also go with her to Ohio as an attend- ant. New signs being placed Nephi City crews are installing new traffic control signs throughout the community this week. City Chief of Police David Lunt urges motorists to be on the lookout for and to obey the signs. Some streets have been designated as through streets, with stop signs being placed, while others are being designated as yield streets. Mark Hoyt. left, is STATE CHAMPIONS a state champion in two track events, the e d run. He also run and the run. Merrill placed second in the 880-yar- two-mil- 440-yar- d Kay, right, is also a state champion in the javelin throw and won fourth place in the shot put. Coach Fenton Broadbead. who has directed the JHS track team to its best year probably ever, stands between his two champions. See the additional photograph and article on page five. TNPbote '