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August 14, 1970 THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER Sureka Shorter 311;? PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT EUREKA, UTAH 84628 Printed By ART CITY PUBLISHING COMPANY Spriagrm Utah 84868 Subeerlptton In Advance, Per Year, 480; Per Copy, lOe Second cleee postage paid at Eureka, Utah 84828. matter February 10, 1948, at the Entered as second-cla- n post office, Eureka, Utah 84628, under the Act of March 8, 1879. MRS. BELLE COFFEY HARRISON CONOVER WOODROW WEIGHT Correspondent Publisher : Editor UTAH STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION NATIONAL NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION WEEKLY NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES, INC Member: Eurehans attend firemen meet b Firemen's Assn, held their sheeting In Mapleton on Saturday night A business meeting was held, and an excellent musical program was presented. A delicious dinner was served. Those attending from. Eureka weree Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Jasper and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laird. Utah-Jua- Those from Mammoth attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. . Oscar Toone, Erickson and Mr. and Mrs. Adrien Underwood. The next meeting will be held in Eureka in November. FOB SALE Qiscellutou THE proven carpet cleaner Blue Lustre is easy on the budget Restores forgotten, colors. Rent electric shampooer 1. Laird's Market al3c Shows nightly, 8 p.m. open Sundays Admission, adults $1.25 high school 90c children 50c Tuesday is Ladies Night! August 16, 17, 18 Liberation! ji rated "R" August 19,20,21,22 rri n Cactus Flower with Walter Matthau and Goldie Hawn rated "M m August 23, 24, 25 m Vatef with Jackie Gleason rated "G" , (Continued from Page One.) ler, Bishop Christensen, Mrs. Anna Gillespie, Ron Gilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Lorln Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Don Jul&nder and four children were enroute to Marysvale from Richfield, when the accident happened. A motorist attempted to pass another car, when his brakes locked and the Julander car was hit head on. All the family were hospitalized. Mrs. Julander died in a Richfield hospital two hours after the accident. MT. Julander and two boys were taken to the Richfield Hospital. The little girl Lorraine and one boy, Bruce were transferred to the Primary Childrens Hospital in Salt Lake, where they were listed as critical and serious. Latest reports are that they have been taken off the critical list, but , are still in serious condition. It was at first thought that MT. Julander Yhw& dies on coast Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sandstrom, Mrs. Vola Nevers returned home Tuesday evening from a month visit to Oregon and Calif. She spent a month in Beaverton, Oregon with Mr. and Mrs. Eveett Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bates, Mrs. Bina Bate and Dale. Mr. and Mrs. Don Levig of Lytle Creek, Calif, came to Oregon and Mrs. Nevers joined them, and they spent a day visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bate and family in San Jose, another couple of days was spent in Salinas with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Perkins (Norma Bate). Then on to Lytle Creek where she spent a couple of weeks with the Don Levigs. Mrs. Dora Randle joined her at Lytle Creek, where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Levig for 2 weeks. Enroute home they spent a couple of days in Las Vegas, where Mrs. Nevers spent the time with Mr .and 2 causes. He was bom in Salt Lake City, Jan. 24, 1891 to Andrew P. and Anne Giers Hansen. He married Clara Hughes in 1913 In Salt Lake City; she died in April 1968. He was a member of the First Congregational Church; Wasatch Lodge No. 1, F&AM; York and Scottish Rite bodies; Tintic Lodge; Assn. Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. Editor founder Utah Mason Magaizne; Tintic Mining Engineer. Survivors, son, daughter, Robert A., Santa Ana; Mrs. Beverly. Gibb, Inglewood, Calif.; 7 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren; sister, Clara Hansen, Pasadena. Funeral services were held Wednesday In Salt Lake at 650 East South Temple. Burial ML Olivet Cemetery in Salt Lake and Mrs. Randle spent the time in Henderson with her son and family, Mrs. Lynn Levig, aty. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Randle. The trip from Las Vegas was made by plane. A nephew of Mrs. Nevers, Robbie Levig, accompanied them to Eureka and he will visit with her for a couple M TloUi Bill Sorensen of Grants, New is spending the week here with his mother, Mrs. Sorensen and Byron at their home in Mammoth. Mexico La-Ve- me Mrs. Carl Peterson (Sharon Laird) and two children, Scott and Kelly of Agana, Guam, arrived here on Thursday of last suffered a broken neck, but week for a visit with her parshowed it to be a bad ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton whip-lasThe two boys susMrs. Joseph Walker and Laird, tained cuts and bruises but Before Joe. have both been released from' returning home they visited in Honolulu with friends, the hospital and in Sacramento with the Ar-l- o The sympathy of the entire Brodericks. Peterson Mr. will district is extended to the Jumidhis around the join family lander and Lee Bird families dle of September. in the untimely dea'Jh of daughter, wife and mother. Laurie, Marcie and Frankie McCabe, family of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCabe, returned home on Sunday from Provo, where they had spent two weeks, attending a Music Clinic at the Probate and Brigham Young University. It Guardianship Notices was a most rewarding two Consult County Clerk or the weeks for the girls, hut Frankie Respective Signers for had the misfortune of breaking his right foot in a fall. Hl3 Mends are wishing him a POSITION OPENING speedy recovery from his injury. The Central Utah Water Con"What Utah makes, makes servancy District, P. O. Box Utah." 427, Orem, Utah is accepting applications to fill a new position 'of District Area Adminis-- , CARD OF THANKS trator. The employee filling this Our sincere thanks and apposition to be located at Dupreciation is extended to all chesne, Utah. those who sent cards, letters of sympathy, and for the Employee responsibilities will consist of supervising the operbeautiful floral offerings. We ation and maintenance of works also wish to thank those Mho of the Central Utah Project came from Eureka to attend transferred to the District and the sendees, and for those other District works located in who aaristed at the funeral the Duchesne Area, coordinate sendees. Our sincere gratithe negotiations of Water sales tude Is extended to all those contracts, serve as District serwho assisted in any May at vice representative, coordinate the home and at the church. and assist in water planning Signed: activities involving the District Don Julander and Family, with Fedral, State, and local Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bird agencies. family. The employee must have knowledge of water resource CARD OF THANKS facilities and experience in water administration, must be capWe would like to thank all able of preparing records and those who attended Open administrative reports. Salary House for us last Thursday to be based on experience and evening at the LDS Cultural qualifications. Hall, and to those who arClosing date for receiving apranged for the evening. plications will be August 31, Thanks and appreciation is 1970. also extended to those who Published in the Eureka Represented us with lovely gifts. porter August 7, 14, 21 and 28, Signed: 1970. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Cushing. x-ra- Mr. and Mrs. Burtls Jameson, and Mr. and Mrs. Mac Bigler were in Salina Sunday calling on the Lee Bird family. Frederick W. Hansen, 79, who was superintendent of the Tin-ti- c Standard Mine at Dividend for a number of years died August 9, 1970 in an Inglewood, California hospital of natural h. Charles McGee, where they picked up their boys, who had been visiting with their grandmother tor several days. They then traveled to Los Angeles for a visit with lone Greenhalgh. A visit was made to Disney Land and Marine Land. The only bad part of the trip was that they arrived at Disney Land when all the Hippies caused so much trouble, which kept them from seeing: everything, they planned on seeing there, which was a big' disappointment for the boys. Mrs. Mrs. Nettie Mulliner of Murray spent Sunday and Monday here at the home of her daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Walksr. son-in-la- w, Guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pennell were his sister, Mrs. Kate Smuin and son, Jade, and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hardy and two children of Lehl. SFC Margaret Sheldon is confined to the Nephi Hospital, where she is being given medical treatment Friends are wishing her a speedy recovery. of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bernini and son, Jimmy and Gus Wal- ker enjoyed an outing at La- goon on Sunday. Before returning home they attended a movie in Salt Lake. ys Legal Notices in Nephi l AUTO ACCIDENT Frederick Hansen way Mr. and Mrs. Giles visited in Tonapah, and Yerington, Nevada. They stopped at Reno fo a visit with her mother, " Mr. and Mrs. Alex Blight and Mrs. Hellen Roe, drove to Callao on Monday, when Mr. Blight inspected the school there. Mrs. Roe will teach there this coming school year. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Colovich and three children of Merced, Calif., were over-nigvisiters on Friday of last week, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Colovich. FfesCourtssyMotoiboat Exami- nation are provided as a public service by volunteer members of the Coast Guard Anxflisry. If you would Hce a free safety examination of your boat, contact a member of the Auxil19-po- int iary in your local area or call or writs the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, 630 Sansome Street, fen San Frandsco, CA 94126. Sunday from a very enjoyable y vacation spent in California. On the ten-da- Ne-va- da Fine public dassea ta safe boat ini are provided as a pubUe aarv-ic- e by volunteer members of die Coast Guard Anxflisry. For datts pad times of dines nearest you, contact a member of the Auxiliary in your local area or call m write the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, 630 Sansome St, San Ffandsco, CA 94126. VOTE RKHT! VOTE FOOTE! PRIMARY ELECTION SEPT. 8 M VOTE FOR RICHARD "DICK FOOTE REPUBLICAN Four-ye- ar County Commissioner Paid political advertisement by Richard Foote for Commissioner Committee, S. W. Williams, Chairman V ,m,r .X ht Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Giles and their three sons, Donald, Ronnie and Terry returned home I.'