|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
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|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
f BNNsok a: P.O. Box 224 Milford, UT 84751 | — Good Luck Cody Wright Address Correction Requested. at the Natioual High Scheel Rodeo fbssoctation Finals in Pueblo. “Know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” Ralph Waldo Emerson What's more important to a 7-year-old than a new hike? True Believers or Tax Protestors? _ For Shyanne Bradshaw, it's the life of her friend! July 9: It has been brewing for almost ten years, and now Immanuel Foundation Fraternity of Preparation members. are about to get at least olie very expensive day in court. In 1985 they purchased a 640 acre section of land, with a free flowing well, at Vance Spring for $170,000. Owning the property, free and clear with no mortgage, the Fraternity filed their religious charter with Beaver County. Their intent for the property was two-fold: 1. They wanted to establish an autonomous society as a retreat from the modernday world. 2.. They were concerned about the trend of government, and wanted to test the Constitution to see asain Us Nets cnc “First Place was awarded to Milford City’s float representing the Airport. if Common Law religious freedom is protected according to Pulling Together Makes 4th of July Celebration a Success their beliefs. Foundation members believe such rights should include from property The Union Pacific Employees Club would like to thank everyone who participated in the 4th of July exemption Monitor Photo/Deanne Harris tax......without the filing of an parade. Once again the community of Milford pulled together to make the parade a success. We appreciate A 10-speed bike is a major purchase for a 7-year-old. Shyanne all the hard work that all the business, organizations, and churches went to in preparing their floats. All the exemption form. Why not just file Bradshaw, daughter of Jeri and Travis Bradshaw of Beaver, had been “Why didn’t Daniel floats were exceptional and the judges awarded Ist place to Milford City, 2nd place to Union Pacific the form? saving her money toward just such an investment. Instead, she very bow?” Foundation member Talmage Employees Club, and 3rd place to ESA Sorority. ‘unselfishly donated her money to the Noel Davis medical fund......and Weis answered. The Foundation The day then resumed at the Pavilion Park for an afternoon filled with excitement and fun. We would bought a used bike for $15.00 at Saturday’s benefit auction. could have sectioned off a portion like to thank Circle Four Farms for donating the pigs and money for the greased pig chase. We would also Davis was diagnosed with leukemia in 1995, shortly after of the land for the test, and kept the — ' like to thank Bill Easton, Charis Carter, Lorraine Holm, and Tiffany Rollins for the beautiful music they all graduating from Beaver High School. When it came time for a bone remainder safe by paying taxes on it. . sang. It was then off to the swimming pool for a day of free swimming. marrow transplant, Medicaid refused to pay the $150,000 cost. — Noel ! Why not? “That wouldn’t show The Milford Lions Club once again prepared a delicious pork barbecue dinner with all the trimmings. is the third oldest of eight children. His father, Brad, died of cancerin much faith in God, would it?” Weis The fireworks display once again was unbelievable. A fantastic array of fireworks sparkled the valley. The 1989. His mother, Kathy, earned her RN degree this June, and works for said. dance was held on Friday with Justice providing the music for the evening. Beaver Valley Home Health. There was no way for the family to come up Beaver County sold the. The Union Pacific Employees Club would like to thank everyone that donated food for the park with such a large sum of money. property for back taxes -for the activities, help set up the park or worked at the park and worked on the float. Without everyone’s support second time - in 1994. Ranger Kathy Atkin, Noel’s 2nd cousin, stepped into action and started and help the day would not be possible. Enterprises, a Nevada Corporation, a fund raising campaign in mid June. As of July 10, proceeds were up-to cies We would like to thank everyone that made donations for next years fireworks. If anyone would like picked up quite a bargain for $108,000. Donations are coming in from all over Soutlicrn Utah. $15,000. Beaver County Sheriffs to donate they can do so by sending donations to UPEC, P.O. Box 312, Milford UT 84751. The Union _ Complete strangers paid as much as $200. per plate at a benefit dinner Pacific Employees Club would like everyone to know that all the money that they earn on the days activities . Department secured the property for July 8. Youngsters have been selling Kool-Aid at the Post Office. Kids the new owners on June 24, 1996. are put back in to the community for next years fireworks. Also this is the sixteenth year that the UPEC has have cleaned out their piggie banks. A July 10 garage sale in Minersville, Sheriff Ken Yardley and - sponsored the Fourth of July celebration in Milford. under the direction of Pam McMullin, brought in $1,200. Time, however, undersheriff Raymond Goodwin The club still has a few T-shirts left if you are interested in one you can contact President Gary is running out. The family is negotiating with the hospital for a removed the Vance Springs Mayer for details. Once again, thanks to everyone for your support. reduction. As of press time no agreement has been reached. residents from the property. They The family would like everyone to know how deeply they | were cited for Criminal Trespass. appreciate the support given. Atkin added, “My eyes have really been ae Three members of the opened by people’s generosity.” group appeared in District Court Donations can be dropped off at Utah Independent Bank or any July 9. Arraignment was continued Zions. or First Security Bank. They can also be mailed to Utah until. August 9 for David Reed Independent Bank, P. O. Box 1030, Beaver UT 84713. Stratton (age and address not specified) and Georgia Lee (age and address not specified). Both Stratton The Wacki Cookers and Lee were cited for two counts of By Ashley Marshall - The 4-H Group, The Wacki Cookers, led by Class C Misdemeanor Trespass. Denise Hillock had a meeting at her home. The group members are: plea was entered. The other | Alison Bealer, Heather Hillock, Rachelle Hollingshead, Marielle Hopkins, and Ashley Marshall. The girls are having fun and learning a lot of new things. defendant, Larry Briscoe (age and address not specified) also said he did not understand. He was charged . with two counts Misdemeanor and one of Class Criminal count of C Trespass Class B : _cassow eiacl apie They repeatedly told Judge Phillip Eves that they did not understand the charges against them, and no fh Misdemeanor Interference with an Officer. Judge Eves entered a not guilty plea for Briscoe, and a 1-day BS - . a 3 The second place float is ridden by Landon Mayer and Braiden Davis. The float was done by the Union Pacific Employees Club. See page 6 Jor additional July 4th photos. jury trial date will be set within 30 days. Since the County Prosecutor is not asking for jail sentences, the accused are not entitled to the services of a public defender. Immanuel Foundation members have, in fact, at no time been represented by legal counsel. Weis explained that their faith is in God and the common law protections they believe are guaranteed by the Constitution. Their current, and possibly final, hope is based on the “Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993”. Judge Eves dismissed a Notice of Judicial Prejudice filed against him in behalf of the defendants because it was signed, . not by them, but by Dwight Hughes and Wm. Talmage Weis. The Judge did, . however, issue a Bench Warrant for Hughes. Warrants were also issued for James Paul Stratton, Karma Laly Berg and Phillip Otto Berg, who did not.appear. Independence Day In Milford Started With Flag Raising Ceremony as Possibly the most patriotic moment of the day was when the entire Minersville audience joined Chad Hollingshead and Heather Craw in singing “God Bless America”. Milton and Reva Albrecht were Independence Day Grand Marshals. OOPS! Due to an all around lack of communication, the wrong name appeared on the Masthead of the July 5, 1996 Monitor. _ Norman Lamb, Thomas McGinn and Keith Long, VFW Post No. 1546, raised Old Glory at the Caboose Park to officially kick off the July 4th celebration. And..1t’s a rather special flag. At the request of Representative Jim Hansen, it was flown over the United States Capitol on Memorial Day, May 27, 1996. It was delivered to the Milford Post along with a certificate of authenticity.