Eureka, Utah 84628 Vol. 66 July 12, 1968 No. 28 Educational team researches Alexander Blight was elected chairman of the executive committee of Tintic Community Development Projects at a meeting last Sunday. Mr. Blight replaces Dale Nelson, who re- - Eureka school A team of specialists from the Rocky Mountain Educational Laboratory at Greeley, Colorado, were at the Tintic High School on Monday and Tuesday of this week, according to information released .by Mrs. Elizabeth Haynes of Eureka. The team was here to conduct a series of tests 'on normal children who are suffering from some physical disabilities. Five schools in the State of Utah are being visited by this group. They are Layton,- Bountiful, Pleasant Grove, Spanish Fork, and Eureka. Six other western states are included in the project From the results of the Business men instructed on tax Businessmen who must pay more than $100 when they file their second quarter returns for - tests given, the researchers hope to develop a testing instrument whereby regular teachers can detect problems of normal children. Then they can do something to alleviate or solve the problems. The team which visited Eureka was headed by Mr. George Salter whose title was educational diagnostician. Mr. Saiter is a graduate student at Colorado State College at Greeley and will shortly receive his doctors degree in this field of specialties. Mr. Saiter was assisted by Mrs. Frances Bade, head school psychologist for the Denver, Colorado, Schools, and Mrs. Ruth Vane Tine, speech and hearing pathologist for the Greeley, Colorado, schools. Mrs. Elizabeth Haynes took care of the local part of the testing program. The project is a portion of the work Mrs. Haynes has been doing. She has attended two workshops at the Rocky Mountain Educational Laboratory in Greeley during the past year. Each day after work was completed, Supt. Blight took the visitors on his historical and geological tours of the Tintic district. On leaving the district the visitors expressed pleasure at the time spent in Tintic, not only for the educational work accomplished, but for. the delightful and hospitable manner they were received by the citizens of Tintic. This happy little miss Is Brenda Lee Stapley, who will celebrate Mr first birthday July 15. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stapley of Tooele, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Stapley of Eureka. A celebration will be held In Tooele Monday, the 15th. CHURCH NEWS LDS Services Bishop Bartschi conducted the Sunday evening services at Eureka LDS Ward Chapel. The opening prayer was given by George Bliss, and the music was by Susan Sanderson at the organ and Audrey Sanderson, chorister. The closing prayer was given by John Phillips. Methodist Church Vola Nevers will have charge of the Sunday morning services at Eureka Methodist Church at 11 oclock. Sunday School will be at the regular time, 10 a.m. with Supt. Linda Gourley conducting. The Methodist Church official board held a meeting Monday evening in the church parsonage. V. L. Anderson, chairman, was in charge of the session. Discussion on the Weekly Bulletin was held. Mr .and Mrs. James Maxwell left during the week for Milan, New Mexico, where they will make a home for the present. Mr .Maxwell is employed by the Centennial Development Co. Guests on Monday, and Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Blight were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Conrad and family of Grants, New Mexico. Mrs. Blight and Mrs. Conrad are sisters. Weekend guests of Mrs. Maude Hillsdale were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zelinkov and baby of Salt Lake and Nick- Johnson . of Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Hi Schmidt re- - Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gourley, Sr., returned home on Saturday after a four day vacation spent at Flaming Gorge. papent turned home Sunday evening. They had spent five days in Nephi canyon on a fishing trip 'and report real good luck. Lock Spencer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spencer, of Salt Lake City spent a few days here last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil iFtch, Jr. withheld income and social se- curity taxes should pay on or before July 31 through the Federal Tax Deposit system, Roland V. Wise, District Director of the Utah Internal Revenue Service announced today. An employer may owe taxes of more than $100 at the time his return is due as a result of accumulating small monthly amounts of under $100, which are not required to be deposited monthly. He could also have made monthly deposits for the first two months of the quarter and be liable for more than $100 in the final month of the quarter. Previously the undeposited taxes due at filing time were paid to Internal Revenue Service with the return. The new rule means that practically all payments of income and social security taxes withlield from employees wages will be made through the Federal Tax Deposit (FTD) System. Additional FTD forms used in making deposits are available from IRS Western Service Center, Ogden, Utah, if needed. Beginning wth the automatic mailout of FTD forms for the second quarter, extra forms have been supplied for making quarterly payments. The deposit system provides a more accurate and economical means to credit tax deposits to the businessmans account. Bob Garity of Orem visited here on Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Mildred Garity. signed after he had accepted a position in the school system of Burley, Idaho, for the 1968-6- 9 school year. Six members met in the office of the board of education to discuss and evaluate projects and what was to be done next. Those in attendance were Charles Ferris, Theodore Haynes, Ted Colovich, Richard Willet, Curtis Butler and Alexander Blight. Several members were not present because they were out of town. on the old city well to install an electric pump and repair the tank so that in the future it would not be necessary to rely on siphoning the water. Sunday, July 14, at 10 a.m. has been chosen as the time to work on the well. All citizens are invited to join in and assist in making the community, a beautiful and delightful place in which to live. Former resident dies in SLC Mrs. Ethel Carlotta Gadd Briggs, 83, formerly of Eureka, died July 3, 1968, in a Salt Lake City rest home. She was bom August 23, 1884, in Nephi to Alfred and Mary Ann Hobbs Gadd. She married Joseph Ray Briggs on June 4, 1954. He died a few years ago. She was a member of the LDS Church and was a registered nurse. She worked in Eureka for a number of years. She was a former employee of Hill AFB. She is survived by stepsons and stepdaughters, Jack B., San Diego, California; Lloyd Darwin, Seattle, Wash.; Richard M., Ogden; Mrs. William Cunningham; Germany; Mrs. Paul J. Bingham, Ogden; nine nieces and nephstep-grandchildr- en, ews. Funeral services were held Saturday, July 6, in Salt Lake City at 35 East 700 South. Burial was in Vine Bluff Cemetery in Nephi. Ruby Bigler returned home on Sunday from Las Vegas. where she has spent the past few weeks with her daughMr. and ter and Mrs. Joe Fennell. Her granddaughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Colovich and son, Mac, spent the week in Vegas with the Fennells and Mrs. Bigler returned home with them. Mrs. son-in-la- w, Shakespearean festival opens Governor Calvin L. and Mrs. Rampton will officially open the Luncheon guests on Friday seventh annual Utah Shakesat the home of Mr .and Mrs. pearean Festival Monday, July Jim Toone in Mammoth were 15 at College of Southern Utah, Mrs. Lila Brew and Mrs. Myrit was announced by Dr. Roy-de- n C. Braithwaite, CSU presitle Peery of Magna. dent and chairman of the theaMiss Linda Gardner of Salt tre board. will "Merchant of Venice Lake was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bernini open the season and it will alover the long weekend holiday. ternate with "As You Like It and "Romeo and Juliet. The Mrs. Della Berry was suffiplays will be repeated in nightciently recovered from her ly rotation through Aug. 3 with bout with the flu to return to the exception of Sundays. Perher home Tuesday evening. She formances begin at 7:30 folacy had been confined to the Nephi lowing an hour of hospital for a week. Friends tivities including music by the Elizabethan orchestra and madare wishing her continued rigal singers and dance troupe. pre-pla- It was decided to next work Mr. Blight was authorized to place two gates on the schools lawn fence so citizens on the north side of town could use the cement sidewalk when going to the school. More answers for veterans My daughter is Question a monthly pension of receivng $40 from the Veterans Administration because of the death of her father, a World War II veteran. She is a student in college. She plans to work this summer and her earnings, plus her Social Security will exceed $1,800. Will this bar her from receiving a VA pension? Answer In the case of a chid No. receiving a pension, earned in come is not considered for income limited purposes. Since her income, less her earned income, will be under $1,800, her pension will not be affected. Question I receive a monthly .compensation check from the Veterans Administraton. I have recently had a change of address. Should I report the change to the VA or the Treasury Department? Your change of Answer should address always be reported to the VA Regional Office where your records are located. I am interested Question in the new Modified Life Plan of government insurance. I have been reading about. I now hold $10,000 of government insurance. Where can I get more specific information about the Modified Life plan? Write to the VetAnswer erans Administration Regional Office where your records are held or to the VA insurance office (Philadelphia or St. Paul) where your premiums are paid. Ask for a copy of VA Pamph2 which discusses the let benefits of this plan. 29-2- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Randle and two children, Mike and Tonya of Henderson, Nevada, are spending a few days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Randle. . Guests last Thursday at the home of Mrs. William Wirthlln and Mayme were Mrs. Julia Miller of South Gate, Chlif., and her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Vem Leuton of Las Vegas. Mrs. Miller will be remembered as the former Julia Garrity.