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Utah State Press Assn, uo n Ifn Serving East Juab County A Nice Place to Live! May 12, 1977 County Commissioners say . . NRP goes to three shifts Twenty-si- Bryan Nielsen Co. gets Fine Arts Center bid men have been called x back to work at NRP, Inc. in Nephi as orders have warranted the beginning of a third shift on a limited ba- A contract for the construction of question raised during the public To bond or not to bond hearing on the new high school held Tuesday night. Approximately 75 A plea from Nephi city officials for all waters users of the community to adhere to the voluntary sprinkling hours as set several weeks ago by the Nephi City council has been voiced this week by A. Duane Sperry, councilman in charge of the wa- . . . Public speaks at hearing several dittering views were expressed on Tuesday evening concerning the advisability of bonding for and building a modern secondary school complex at a public meeting conducted by the Board of Education of Juab School District. -Although designed primarily as an information meeting to acquant taxpayers with the proposals for the new complex, the Tuesday meeting also became a forum for the discussion of the economy, of the possibilities for Nephis future growth or demise, and many additional questions only vaguely connected with the issue. William B. Howarth, president of the Board of Education, discussed the reports of state agencies concerning the present high school building. He also discussed the report of the specially appointed committee named to study the reports of the state agencies and to make their own recommendation Howarth reported that the Board ol Education, acting upon the state and local committee reports, had proceeded with proposals to obtain property and to construct a secondary school complex. Howarth also reviewed the bonding proposal which was defeated last year and the happenings which have come about since that time: the federal grant which provides $650,000 toward construction of a vocational building and the state aid which could become available to the district. Several persons spoke vigorously in favor of the new complex, while one questions whether the economy of the area could stand the expenditure at this time. Harlow W. Pexton said that in his Several speakers said that it is desirable that a separation be made of If older boys and younger girls. the bond election passes, the twelfth grade boys would not be in the same building as the eighth grade girls. The sixth, seventh and eighth grades would be housed in a building separated from the students of the ninth through twelfth grades. Board officials pointed out that under the districts present financing program, 17 mills are levied for capital outlay. To finance the bonding program, only one additional mill (for a total of 18 mills) would need to be levied. Of the 18 mills, 1 3.5 mills would be used to retire the bonded indebtedness over a period and 4.5 mills would be used 13-ve- ar for the program of the district to pay for school buses and other capital improvements. g The lilting music of banjo, fiddle, concertina and guitar will fill the Juab High School gym on Saturday evening when these Deseret String Band members lighten up the cares of the day. Deseret String Band to give Nephi concert Two selections often given by Nephis L. P. Anderson will be played by the Deseret String Band when they perform at the Juab High School gymnasium on Saturday at 8 p.m., according to officers of the East Juab Arts Council, who are sponsoring the event along with the State Division of Fine Arts. One of the favorite selections presented by Anderson is Watermelon Smiling on the Vine. This will be a featured selection at the Saturday evening concert. The Deseret String Band consists of four musicians: Hal Cannon, Ron Kane, men McClure and Leonard Coulson. They play instruments ranging from the concertina to the pump organ and give plenty of vocals. They play music which has been described as that of an "old-tim- e string band. The concert will begin at 8 p.m. and will be followed by square dancing at 9 p.m. Whether you want to listen and dance or just listen, were sure youll enjoy the Deseret String Band on Saturday evening stated Mrs. Terri Menlove. chairman of the East Juab Arts Council. The high school PTA will sponsor another information meeting on the bond election on Wednesday night. May 18 at 8 p.m. at the high school. 1 k The flow from Bradley Spring has dropped by 700,000 gallons daily from figures of a month ago, according to Evan A. Frampton, Nephi City Recorder. The daily flow is approximately 1.025 million gallons, enough to take care of the communitys needs during cooler weather but not enough to fill the citys needs in case of hot, dry weather, Frampton said. y - " '. At nCJJhA, s Ik .. Frampton said that no word has yet been received on the funding request to place Ord Springs water into the system to exchange with the Irrigation Company. Voluntary sprinkling hours nowin effect are: residences facing south and west, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6 to 8 a.m. and 8 to 10 p.m. residences facing north and east Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 6 to 8 a.m. and 8 to 10 p.m. No water ing is permitted on Sunday. Wash ing of cars is restricted to normal watering times above. Other sprinkling hours are: school lawns, Monday and Thursday 5 to 8 a.m. and u to 10 p.m.; lawns surrounding churches, Tuesday and Friday, 5 to 8 a.m. and 8 to 10 p.m. golf course, one hour daily between 4 and 7 a.m.; city park, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 5 to 8 a.m. and 8 to 10 p.m. Washing of driveways of homes, drive inns, service stations and motels is banned. Main street washing is limited to once every two weeks. The commission approved a license for the sale of beer to Whiting Brothers Service Station at 915 South Main. ? ter department. opinion we would be very near sighted if we did not take advantage of the financing which is available to the district at the present time. He praised the board of education for the work they have done in present- ing a suitable financing program to the district. He pointed out the vast difference between the proposal which was presented a year ago and the proposal which will come before the voters on May 24. Will L. Hoyt spoke at some length concerning the condition of the present building. I question that this building is as bad as it is pictured in the report of the state committees he said. He urged that it not be abandoned but that it be fully equipped with fire escapes and other safeguards. I question that all wisdom is centered in the shadow of the state capitol Hoyt said. regulations throughout the entire county. The commission approved the hiring of Steven Ludlow of Ludlow En- - semi-monthl- conservation persons attended the meeting. An other meeting will be held May 18 arts building at the Juab County Fairgrounds was awarded to Rryan Nielsen Construction Company at the meeting of the Juab County Board of Com- City officials ask for water that was the missioners held on Monday. The approved bid was for $12,535. A considerable portion of the Monday meeting was occupied with the discussion of existing Juab County zoning laws and with revisions needed to strengthen and tighten the zoning regulations. County Attorney Milton T. Harmon is working with the commission to revise the zoning gineering and Surveying to work with residents of the Sevier Ranch-ette- s area in establishing a plat plan for the possible construction of an improved road within the area. Commissioner R. Roscoe Garrett said that the road construction is necesacsary in order to allow cess of school busses to the area. Following the establishment of a road plat plan, further action by the commission may be taken, even though it is the responsibility of the developer in new subdivisions to provide improved roads as well as utilities, Commissioner Garrett said. a new fine sis, according to Robert Newberry, plant manager. Newberry said that the return to full production is being phased up as quickly as the market situation warrants and from present indications, additional workmen will be on the payroll by mid June. To bond or not to bond, . , A ' -- , Jim Stephenson, Nephi City police officer, checks for clues at J&Js They were very thirsty . Friendly Service market following break-in- . TNPhoto . . Burglars hit Friendly Service Two cases of beer were taken from Service Market at 56 J&Js Friendly East Center last Wednesday night or Thursday morning, according to a report by Jim Stephensen, Nephi City Police officer who investigated. The burglary was discovered at 7:15 Thursday morning. The glass in one of the front doors of the store was broken out to allow entry. As of Wednesday, city police had no leads on the crime. City crews are awaiting delivery of necessary pipe to put Monument Springs water into the system to be used as exchange water with the Nephi Irrigation Company. Crews should complete the pipeline repair and replacement within 24 hours after the pipe delivery is made, Frampton said. One from Nephi, one from Mona . . . Honor students named Miss Helen Neilsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin E. Neilsen of Mona, is on the high honors list at the College of Eastern Utah at Price for the winter quarter, according to Charles Olson, director of admissions and records. Miss Neilsen maintained a 3.84 grade point average for the quarter. She has been active in campus affairs and the LDS institute program. She will graduate from CEU on June 3 with an Associate in Science Carole Haycock, a sophomore student at Southern Utah State College and a daughter of Alma Haycock of Nephi, was awarded third place in executive typist competition in the recent state Phi Beta Lambda com- petition, representing SUSCs chapter. Miss Haycock was also a member of the SUSC team which placed third in business communications competition. Elder and Sister Eugene Beck Elder , Sister Beck called to Los Angeles Temple mission Elder Eugene L. and Sister Violet Beck have accepted a call to serve as missionaries at the Los Angeles LDS Temple visitors center. They will be honored at a testimonial at the Nephi Fifth LDS Ward sacrament meeting on Sunday, May 15 at 4:30 p.m. Active in many phases of LDS church work, they have recently been ordinance workers at the Manti LDS Temple. Elder and Sister Beck will enter the mission home on May 21, according to Bishop Dick Ingram, who invites all members of the ward to attend the meeting.