THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER Page Four August 7, 1970 (?riL omif Legal Notices . . . Probate and Guardianship Notices Its a baby girl for the Pete The very welcome j little girl .was bom Thursday, Consult County Clark or July 30 in Granger. -Mother is. Signers for the former. Nadine Granger Further Infonnation ' The little Miss weighed six lbs. 13 ozs., and. .will be named ' POSITION OPENING Anne. She has a . six The Central Utah Water ConRickey. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ro- servancy District, P. O. Box land Gillespie,' Eureka and 427, Orem, Utah . is accepting Henry Binning, Provo. applications to fill a new position of District Area Administrator. The employee filling this Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rose of Mammoth spent the weekend position to be located at Duholidays in Wyoming with their chesne, Utah. daughters and their families. Employee responsibilities will two They spent nights with Mr. consist of supervising the operand Mrs. Sterlin Hutchinson in ation and maintenance of works Evanston and two more nights of the Central Utah Project in Green River, Wyoming, with transferred to the District and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Martin and other District works located in the Duchesne Area, coordinate family. The family all got together Friday, the 24th, with the negotiations of Water sales, Mr. and Mrs. LeMar Lester and contracts' serve as District service representative, coordinate family, joining the group. and assist- in. water planning was Andrew Jack the honored activities involving the District guest Monday at his home here with Federal, State, and local when ' members .of his . family agencies. came to extend birthday greetThe employee must have ings to him. Mr. and Mrs. Morknowledge of water resource ris Bushman and family of Profacilities and experience in wavo and Brent Riggs, who is vater administration, must be capcationing here from California, able of preparing records and Mrs. Andrew hosted the dinner. administrative reports. Salary to be based on experience and Nevada has 17 counties.. qualifications. Closing date for receiving applications will be August 31, Gillespies. - - - . year-old-broth-er, -- . ANOTHER DAT Artillerymen of the 1st Battalion, 84th Artillery, 9th Infantry Dmanm prepare an emplaced howitier for an operation. The aiw nutry piece la produced for the Army by ch, aelf-propeU- ed Bowen-McUnghHn-Yo- rk. enjoying the parade and visiting with the Ronald Nelson and George Gillespie families. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook and daughter, Pat, of Goshen and Mrs. Florence Gillespie of Salt Lake were in town on Saturday Mr. and 'Mra. Frank. Walker were back home for the weekend. 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