Page Two THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER V rs ' lEureka Irportrr locally by 237 per cent Printed By ART CITY PUBLISHING COMPANY Sprlngvllle, Utah Local government debts have increased by 237 per cent since matter February 10, 1948, at the Entered as second-clas- s post office, Eureka, Utah, under the Act of March 3, 1879. NAMember: UTAH STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION TIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION WEEKLY INC. ............ CLASSIFIEDS iim CARD OF THANKS Roto: 5c per word; minimum 1.00. Rerun Roto: 50c (up to 5 linos). My sincere thanks and appreciation Is extended to all those who donated so generously to the clothing drive sponsored by St Patrick's Church. Five hundred thirty five (535) pounds were collected and soit to the aid of the needy over seas. I also wish to thank the ladies of the Altar Society who assisted In collecting and packing the clothes for shipment and to the three gentlemen who assisted In packing the clothings. LAIRDS MARKET Fresh Bleats, Groe Dairy Products and Produce. Frozen Foods Delivery Tues.-Thurs.-S- Phone 488-680- at 8 FOR SALE FENDER .Guitars, Basses and amplifiers. Also various nonelectric guitars. All prices Herger Music, 158 So. 1st West, Provo. Dll Legal Notices Guardianship Notices Probate and Consult County Clorl or the Respective Signors for Further Informetion NOTICE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utah. Notice is hereby given that the State of Utah, under the provisions of the Act of Congress approved June 21, 1934 (48 Stat. 1185; 43 U.S.C. 871a) has filed application for the issuance of a confirmatory patent for the following-describe- d lands granted to the State under various acts of Congress for the support of common schools: Utah 0101259 T. 10 S., R. 11 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 10 S.- , R. 12 W. Secs. 16, 32, 36 Sec. 2, Lots 1, 2, SENE, ESE 0101263 T. 8 S., Rv 19 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. . 9 S., R 19 W. Secs. 2, 36 Sec. Utah NSE,SESE, NENW, WW Sec. 32, 16, NEU, N, SE SW,T. NWSE, S 10 19 W. Secs. 2, 16, 36 S., ' R Utah 0120732 T. 10 S., R. 2 W. See. 2, Lots 23 to 36 inclusive Sec. 36 Utah 0124635 T. 8 S., R. 2 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 9 S., 2 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 10 S., R 1 W. Sec. 16 Sec. Lots 15, 16 36, Lots T. 10 S., R. 4 W. Sec. 2 Sec. R 2, 32, W NWNE, SE ENE, S Sec. 36, , W, N, WSW, T. 11 S., R. 4 W. Secs. 2, 36 Sec. 16, Sec. 32, Lots 1, 2, 3, ESE VANTED To buy a two or three-bedroo- m modern home in Eureka. Send all details to: SMS John McCormick USAF Command Post (AFXOPXS) The Pentagon Washington, D.C. Father St Stranc&r, Pastor Patrick's Church NttSWK, NWKSEK N, Utah 0124636 T. 11 S., R 5 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 11 5., R. 6 W. Secs.' 2, 16, 32, 36 Utah 0124636 T. 11 S., R. 7 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. IT S., R. 8 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 11 S., ROW. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 11 S., R 10 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 11 S.a R. 11 W. Secs, 2. 16, T. 11 S., R 12 W. 32, 36 Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 Utah 0124637 T. 11 S., R 13 W. Secs. 2, 16, 36 11 T. S., T. 11 R 14 W. Secs. 2, 36 5., R 15 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 38 T. 11 S., R 18 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 11 S.. R. 17 W. Sec. 2, Wtt, WSE Secs. 16. 32. 36 T. 11 S, R 18 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 11 S., R 2 W. Sec. 36 T. 12 S., R 1 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 Utah 0124638 T. 12 S., R 3 W. Secs. 16, 32, 36 T. 12 5., R. 4 W. Secs. 2, 32, 16, 36 T. 12 S., R 5 W. Sec. 2, SW Sec. 16, 32 T. 12 S., R 6 W. Secs. 2, 16, 36, WNE, E, 32 Utah 0124680 T. W. W. W. W. Sec. 36 R S, R S., R S., R 8 S., T. 9 Tax Foundation reports Fourteen years ago, the combined public debt of all communities stood at $18.8 billion. By the end of 1963 it had grown to $63.3 billion. In 1950, local government debt accounted for less than 7 per cent of all government debt; in 1963 the share had increased to 16 per cent. Among the reasons for the War n upsurge in local debt, the Foundation lists the growth of suburbia. "As the population increased and housing developments grew demands for services, for more roads, for sewers, for schools the Foundation intensified, out. while feder"And, pointed al and state aid has helped in some instances, the laboring oar . has been held by local 1950, the Subscription In Advance, Per Year, $4.00; Per Copy, 10c. MRS. BELLE COFFEY Correspondent HARRISON CONOVER Publisher WOODROW WEIGHT Editor iwMHHMWIMMlilHMWMIllimnilHMW The Utah Alcoholism Foundation, the Utah State Board on Alcoholism ahd the University of Utah School of Alcohol Debt increased PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT EUREKA, UTAH NW December 4, 1964 20 20 20 Sec. 36 T. 10 Sec. 36 T. 11 19 Sec. 16, Sec. 36 T. 11 S., R 20 W. Sec. E, EW 36 Salt Lake Meridian, Utah Persons aserting a claim to any of the land other than through the State, or having a bonaflde objection to the proposed issuance of patent, are required to file protests or notice of their claims with the Land Office Manager, P. O. Box 11505, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111. Any claims or objections must be filed, with evidence that a copy thereof has been served on the Utah State Land Board, within 30 days from date of last publication indicated below. Where the State of Utah may have already transferred the lands to private ownership, the issuance of a patent will not affect the present owners title to the lands. J. E. KEOGH Manager above-describ- ed post-Wor- ld government Fishing season opening set for next year May 29, 1965 has been as the opening day for, Utah anglers by the five-ma-n Fish and Game Commission. The general season will close on November 30, 1965. Upon recommendation of the Departments Fisheries Division the Commission adopted a few minor changes in the general regulations. Bag limits remain the same except for Black Bass and White Bass where the limit will be ten fish regardless of weight The other few changes were minor, affecting such things as the fishing from boats with motors or waters with special regulations. The commission took no action on the Lake Powell Agreement until such time os a meeting can be held with zona officials. The present agreement terminates December 31. 1964. Regulations on the Flaming Gorge Reservoir will remain the same except for special regulations on baits. During the 1965 angling season, g will be permitted with any bait except game fish or parts thereof and live fish. The eggs of all fish species are permitted for bait The complete proclamation will be available from all Department of Fish and Game Offices around January 1, 1965, when they go into effect. ang-liln- First publication November 27, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Kay and two children of Salt Lake, spent the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Rhoda Bell and other relatives. Arriving in time for a Jameson Thanksgiving dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Elton and family of Tooele; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lunt of American Fork; and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Daniels of Payson; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jameson and family of Orem. Hie dinner was held at the home of Mrs. Bell and covers were laid for 48 family members. 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Last publication December 25, Ladies of Elks Ladies of Elks met Tuesday evening in the Elks club rooms with President Thelma Roberts conducting. Final plans were made for the annual Christmas banquet, which will be held, Tuesday, Dec. 15. All wives of Elks as well as Ladies of Bilks are invited to attend. Reservations must be in by Monday, Dec. 7, and should be made with Mrs. Roberts or Mrs. Marie Evans. After the business session had been disposed of, a social hour was enjoyed with Bridge furnishing the entertainment. Prizes were won by Mrs. He-bCushing, Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Frank Peart Mrs. George Finch was hostess for the evening and served &d c. Of interest to many Eurek-an- s is the announcement of the birth of a baby boy to Mr. and "Mrs. Danny Erickson of Tooele. Hie little boy was bom Nov. 14 in Tooele. He has three brothers. Mother is the former Merlene Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stewart of Eureka. 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