HarurfTi Utah State- Pre33 Assn, ' P.O.Box 1327 - tth Salt Lkc Cit y te&? U 81110 , j ,r HU Sffl III rc NOtO A'V Serving East luab County December Nice Place to Live! A 7, ,ji t04M 1978 : $1.65 minion budget to be reviewed by county The Juab County Commissioners will review a county budget totaling $1.65 million at a public hearing scheduled for next 1 hurs-daDecember 1 4. The meeting will begin at 1 p.m. and will be held in the commis- sioners chambers. The budget is down 2.4 percent from this years estimated budget of $1,687 million, but up $525,618 or 47 percent from 1977 s budget. Money for the 1979 budget will come from the general property tax, $260,500, up 4.18 percent from last year; collector road surpluses, $277,661, down 4.6 percent from last year; the federal revenue sharing program, $90,000, down 43 percent from last year; federal payments, $235,000, up from last year; 10.10 percent state grants, $35,000, up 16.67 percent from last year; road funds, $350,000, up approximately three percent from last year; and fines, $135,000, up three percent from last year. Other county revenues come from delinquent prior year's taxes, general sales and use taxes, penalties and interest on taxes, business licenses and permits, state liquor fund allotments, the CETA program, recording of legal documents, ambulance fees, jail charges, and various other services provided and taxes levied by the county. The following are some of the larger expenditures in the budget: The board of commissioners has set $27,455 as its budget for 1979, up 7.17 percent from last year. This amount will pay for the commissioners salaries, ex- - The budget of the county recorder has gone up 14.91 percent from $29,980 to $34,453. The assessors budget has gone up 61 percent from $25,524 to $41,100. County assessor Torn Fowkes says his department is studying the placement of tax records on a computer system. The budget of the county attorney will go down 47.41 percent this year from $38,874 in 1978 to Please turn to page three by Georgia Bowers Santaquin Today our thoughts flow toward the pt and in our minds we hear the blast that opened up an awful door, that started up a dreadful war. penses, insurance, travel penses, and fringe benefits. $18,000 has been budgeted U,r the district court, up 4.22 percent from 1978. The precinct courts budgets have gone up 39.39 percent to $27,141 from $19,470. In various county department s all budgets have gone up except that of the county attorney. The clerks budget has gone from $29,443 in 1978 to $42,591 in 1979, or 44.65 percent. County clerk-elec- t Loree Memmott explains that the department may hire another deputy clerk to help out with the increased workload at the department. The budget of the county treasurers department has gone up 27.5 percent from $28,438 to $36,260. County treasurer Erma I. Goble says the increase reflects the effects of inflation on the department. Mrs. Goble will also being buying new equipment this year. 3t, Pearl Harbor, droun n a Sunday sun, unknowing of events already begun by a nation desiring worldly power, eager to conquer and devour. Men's mugs af IN today Mug shots Timm photo display. Last week the ladies had their turn well this w eek our board is covered with pictures of men says Vance P. Gibson, TN editor. There are pictures of former missionaries, pictures from political campaigns and ads, pictures of university and trade school graduates, etc. "If youve ever had your picture in the paper for any honor and have never picked the picture up, youll probably find in this weeks photo display! says Gibson. As usual, pictures on display , are free for the asking on a Nj-v- "first-come- first-serve- basis. d Tempe woman picked u d in alleged theft A car stolen from an Arizona car rental agency was picked up near Doctor Steeles ranch Monday by Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Don Torgerson. The car was driven by Eva Eloise Duncan, 38, of Tempe, Arizona. The car was initially picked up for speeding, but a computer check of the license plate showed that the car had been taken December 3 from United Car Rentals in Phoenix. Duncan is now awaiting extradition by by Phoenix Police Department. v I fj g I i l.T'.TL,.-?- SSSjf ' M 5 1 r ' A t pmI. The Joseph G. Christensen family had a little fun at their family night activities Monday night. By car headlight, the family made this snow sculpture. Puff the Magic Dragon came by our house and laid an egg says Jolene Christensen, and it hatched. For the enemy we should sorrow feel. The atomic bomb made their nation reel. And they remember too, Im sure that they were the ones who started the war. so close your eyes and grateful be, The Juab County commis sion-er- s reviewed the countys new TNPhoto building and zoning ordinances at their Monday meeting. The ordinances were presented for commission approval by Harlow Pexton, chairman of the planning and zoning committee; and Milton T. Harmon, Juab County attorney. There are two major changes in the zoning ordinances: subdivisions in the county will be allowed to have city size lots no smaller of an acre; and than homes being built outside approved subdivisions must be built on lots from 25 to 160 acres, depending on the land valuation. The previous limit was only five acres. A public hearing concerning the new ordinances is scheduled for Monday, January 8 at 1 p.m. Following the meeting, the commissioners will be able to lift one-thir- d the Elder and bister Eugene Beck, who recently returned from an LDS headquartered in Los Angeles, California, will give a report on their mission in the sacrament meeting of the Nephi Sixth Ward this Sunday evening at 6.33 p.m. Bishop Ned Worthington invites all ward members to attend. mis-aio- n county-wid- e building moratorium, which has been in effect since January of this year. Another public hearing will he held Thursday, December 14 to review the county's proposed budget for 1979, now set at $1,646,494. held at 1 h-V- r 'U 1 The hearing will be p.m. Commissioners also met with a committee from the Timpanogos Mental Health Center. Glen Brown, administrator of the center, reported that the center is understaffed and underfunded and consequently cannot service rural communities as well as it should. Brown said that a therapist would be in the county one day per week. Michael Rose has been assigned as a counselor for Juab County and will be available on Mondays at the county's public health building near the hospital. Norman Wall of the Tintic School District and M. Clark Newell and Mrs. Karen Wright of the Juab School District decided to continue with the Timp Mental Health counseling program, although they discussed hiring a private counselor for the schools. Greg Newton, Juab County Fire Warden, told the commissioners that the new fire engine purchased by Juab County and donated to Nephi City has arrived. He also reported that he has UO tZ' -- n 10. , Assistant fire chief Harold Parkin stands next to the citys new $707669 fire engine. The Ford has a Caterpillar diesel engine and a deck TNPhoto gun. It pumps a thousand gallons of water per minute. 2,2-inc- h Nephi fire department adds $70,000 pumper truck Nephi City has a new $70,000 fire engine this week, courtesy Juab County. Under a cooperative agreement between the city and the county, the city fire department provides fire protection service for outlying areas and Mona and Levan. Under the terms of the agreement, the county bought the new engine if the city would donate one of its older engines to Eureka. The newr truck is a 1978 Ford with a Caterpillar diesel engine. It was biult by the Boardman Company of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The truck can pump a thousand gallons of water per minute through us 12Gc Ret of inch hose, 600 feet of inch hose, or The Nephi City Council will hold a public hearing next Wednesday, December 13 to seek public comment on whether a special use permit should be issued allowing the construction of a housing project for the elderly in Nephi. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the Nephi office. The housing project is scheduled to be built on the J. E. Andrews property at 150 East Third North in Nephi. Zoning in the area does not currently allow for multple-uni- t housing. The project is to be constructed by Earl Andrews. County reviews building code at Monday meeting Plant this day firm in your memory. Give thanks to the ones who kept us free. iAfe r t I i. if Is I ) Zoning meet set by city The loss of the dead cant be condoned, and what of the men who made it home with bodies broken and minds deranged: this, for the price of peace, exchanged. - . one-and-a-h- And with our ships, our men went our young men, in their Navy blue. Our men, who had not yet tasted life, were torn away by a wars first strife. t?. w1 f v5 two-and-a- The bombs rained down, stack after stack as the Japanese launched their sneak attack. And our ships, peaceful and half asleep sank to their graves, in the harbor, deep. t -- of men will be this week in the featured 'i , tvvo-ana- This day we will long remember, the seventh day, the month December. A war declared, a war we won but heavy the cost when the war was done. UdUlKJ tanks to acquired two use in fire control. Ted Anderson, Nephi City manager, reported that the bill for the new fire engine would be forwarded to the county as soon as the final statement had been 250-gallo- n completed. Terry Haney and Ramon Mem- mott representing the Juab Coun- ty Emergency Medical Technicians presented the commissioners with a financial report of the ambulance operation since the county took it over. According to the report, the Associations accounts receivable are $7,849, accounts payable are $1,720.52, uncollectable accounts are $504; and the amount collected for ambulance services to date is $2,621.50. The ambulance has made 172 runs. The ambulance representatives requested that the county purchase a gas tank and pump to be installed at the new headquarters of the association. The commissioners agreed to the purchase when the association comes up with the money. In other business, the commis half inch deck gun.. Nephi city firemen have met for the last couple of nights to assemble all the accessories on the truck, including two fire extinguishers and two Scott air packs (breathing apparatus). The firemen also assembled all the nozzles. Fire chief Boyd Park and Harold Parkin picked up the truck in Oklahoma city and drove it to Nephi. The new truck will replace the red open-ca- b Seagraves engine, which will go to Eureka. Santa to be in Nephi Sat Santa Claus will be at two Nephi businesses this Saturday, December 9, Chamber of Commerce officials say. The jolly old elf will be at Forseys Variety Store from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and at Nephi Lumber from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. On December 16, Santa will be at J&Js Friendly Market from 10 1 p.m. and at Nielsons a.m. to Department Store from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Santa will be at Chapman Furniture Company on Saturday, December 23 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and at Pharmacy from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. The Chamber of Commerce coloring contest is still on. An official entry blank and the coloring contest rules appear on page nine of this issue. sioners: Discussed the Panoramaland exhibit at the state capitol. An artist for the Panoramaland organization asked the commissioners to select pictures for the display which they think represent the county. The commission learned that regional brochures are currently being printed for the Panoramaland area. Heard a report from David Peterson, county hospital administrator. He said that the computer recently purchased by the county is now in full operation. He also assured the commissioners that the hospital office manager would help train the deputy county clerk in the operation of the computer. Discussed with county attorneyDonald J. Eyre Jr. his -elect desire to stay on as Nephi City attorney as well as county attorney. The commissioners told Eyre that they felt it would not be advisable for him to do so. Heard a report from county road crew spervisor Ron Jones that the contractor on the Swasey Wash road project did not put enough rock in the project for it to pass inspection. County crews had put in five loads of rock to make up the deficit. The commissioners decided to bury the unidentified female body found last fall at Yuba Dam in the county-ownecemetery in Silver d City.