Eureka, Utah 84628 Vol. 66 November.!, 1968 No. 44 m Polls open 7 a.m., close 8 p.m. for General Presidential lection the most spirited election campaigns involving not only national, state and county offices to be voted on, but ammendments and an initiative petition will close with the election Tuesday throughout the state and nation. Citizens will go to the polls November 5 to cast their preference on candidates and and the petition The polls will oppn at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. Running for office in the national race for president of the United States are four candidates of four parties: Hubert H. Humphrey, Democrat; Richard. M. Nixon. Republican; Geo-Wallace, American Independent; Fred Hadstead, Socialist Workers. Vice presidents in el ide a total of five; Edmund S. Mu skis (D); Spiro T. Agncw (R) Curtis. E. Lemay (AI) (Peace and Corky Gonzales Rdutelle and Paul Freedom), (SW). Democratic candidates seeking the support of Eureka citizens at the polls November 5 are, left Running for the United Statcommissioner; Homer U. Petersen, canto right, William Boyd Howarth, candidate for two-yees Senator spot are Milton L. commissioner (incumdidate for state representative, and Alton S. Gadd, candidate for four-ye. J Weilenmann, Democrat; Wal. bent). lace F. Bennett, incumbent, Re. publican; Bruce D. Phillips, Peace and Freedom. For representative in the U. S. Congress: Richard J. Maughn, (Democrat) ; Laurence J. Burton, incumbent, Republican. In the race for Governor of Utah arc Calvin L. Ramp ton incumbent Democrat; Carl W. Buchner, RcpubMcan. Secretary of State: Clyde L. Miller, incumbent, Democrat; I.- amont F. Toronto, RepubliOne Barbara Beattie, Naomi Ekker, Clora Bates, Anna Franks, Helen Ferres, Mrs. Gerald Sand- of erson. Eureka District No. 3 includes Mrs. Barbara Bartschi, ,, Agnes Peterson, Donna Mrs. Myrtle Theriault, (Continued on another page). Pax-man- am-menrlmc- liquor-by-the-dri- nk Band boosters elect officers A Band Boosters Committee met Monday evening In the high school library. The following officers were elected: chairman, Dick Laird; vice chairman, Mabel Butler, treasurer, Robin McCabe; secretary, lone Ryan. A special meeting is planned for Tuesday, November 12, in C. the high school library at 7 p.m. One representative from every organization in town will be expectcrl to attend as well as other townspeople. ar ar j -- Train schedule for 5, 6 changed can. Attorney General: John Preston Cieer, Democrat; Vernon B. Romney, Republican. State Treasurer: Sharp M. incumbent, Democrat; Republican. State Auditor; Linn C. Baker, incumbent, Democrat; Sherman J. Freeco, Republican. District Attorney, J. Harlan Bums (D) unopposed. State Representative, District G2, Ilomcr U. Peterson (D) Richard M. Brough (R) incumbent. County Commissioners, term, Alton S. Gadd (D), Donald J. Eyre (R). 2 year term, Wm. Boyd Howarth (D), Golden R. Mangelson (R). State School Board, Dexter Snow, Eugene Wolf. Tintic School Board, precinct No. 4, Joseph L. Wahlberg (unopposed; precinct 5, Gail F. Parker (unopposed). Election judges Following arc the election judges in the Tintic district: Eureka district No. 1, Mrs. Grace Bernini, Mrs. Wm. Tre-loa-r, Mrs. Rowcna Hanks, Mrs. Thelma Roberts, Mrs. Alliene Farren, Mrs. Lucille Bigler. Eureka district No. 2: Mrs. Larsen, Golden L. Allen, nr Republican candidates on the local level who seek the support of Eureka citizens at the polls on November 5 are, left to right, Richard Brough, candidate for state representative (Incumbent); Donald Eyre, candidate for four-yecommissioner, and Golden R. Mangelson, candidate for two-yecounty commissioner. ar Gary Gillespie given discharge Gary Gillespie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gillespie, arrived home on Monday. He has spent the past two years In the US Army and received his discharge last week. Gary grad uated from Tintic high school and attended school in Denver for a year before enlisting In the Army for a two year tour. He was based at Fort Hood the greater part of his two ar years with the exception of a few months attending school at Virginia and Georgia. Washington provides more Peace Corps Volunteers per capita than any other state, followed by Vermont, Colorado and Oregon. Union Pacific Railroad has ornounced a change in trains 5 and G arriving and leaving Tintic Junction. The Eastbound train which left Tintic Junction at 3:50 will leave now at approximately 2:30 p.m. and arrive in Salt Lake at 4:30 p.m. The westbound train will leave Salt Lake at 8 a.m. and arrive at Tintic Junction about 9:40 a.m. Residents of Tintic using these trains will do well to call the agent at the Junction to verify the time change. Ernest Honey services held Ernest Iloney, 80, a former resident of Eureka died at his home in Salt Lake City on Friday, October 25, 1968, of na- tural causes. He was bom August 31, 1888, in England to James and Elizabeth Folks Honey. He was married, but later divorced. Jle was a member of the Eureka Methodist Church during his residence here and was em ployed as a miner. Survivors are a son, Gordon, England. Funeral services were conducted Thursday in the Eureka Mctodist Church. Interment was in the Eureka City Cemetery under the direction of Evans and Early Mortuary.