|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
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|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
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|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
isiUllL @rets(cs Address Correction Requested P.O. Box 224 Milford, UT 84751 U.S. Postage eel(e} Milford, UT 84751 Permit No. 15 VOL. VI NO. 29 Milford, Utah July 26, 1996 Where’s Tony? Thanks, Folks! When Sheriff Ken Yardley secured the Immanuel Foundation property for the new owner, Ranger Enterprises, late last month, one Foundation member eluded the officers. Tony Hamilton stayed behind. It has “T wish I was good with words. | expected that the community would raise $10,000. been his home for a number of years. Sunday, July 21, or even $20,000., but this amount P.M: 200° about Hamilton was near the “rock house” by the spring and pond when, he OA amazes me,” Kathy Davis said. In slightly over one month, donation have reached upwards of ed o|l ABR CEOHS: I ma’am, and Yes, $137,000. I’m two agents of || guess IT am. Ranger Enterprises fired armed with truth, alleges, at him. Hamilton added that each agent hada gun. He said the first shot was while they were forcing and that is | dangerous to those & who are noi him into the rock house, and the second Wet Fest 1996 was between his feet while inside the house. He said he was hit several times with a gun butt, and thet the two men attempted to tic inn up. The 2nd Annual Wet Fest was held Saturday, July 20 at Minersville lake, He aoe machine that a said he identify stated that the men told him they had a 50 caliber gun, and “will level this place.” Hamilton alleged 3rd individual stayed in a 2nd vehicle. Hamilton saw the front of the truck, a Ford 4X4, and can it. Hamilton was treated at Milford Valley Memorial Hospital and released later in the evening. Hle required stitches in an area at the top of his head and just behind his - left ear. Deputy Russell Erickson conducted a taped interview at the hospital. After being treated, Hamilton said he would return to the Vance Spring property. “I need to feed the chickens. They weren’t taken care of tonight, and will be hungry by morning.” Crops and a vegetable garden were also left Brendel Whitneyshelped at the Wet Fest behind when Foundation members were removed from the property on June 24th. . _. - Yardley said, his department plans to collect a taped interview. from. James. Eldredge, identified by Hamilton as one of the individuals who assaulted him, later There was a great show of community spirit at the event. All three communities joined together in the Oplanning and coordination of the Wet Fest. The funds raised from the event stay within the state for the benefit of the local patients. Some of the things they pay for are: clinic services, orthopedic equipment, research, and the highlight of most of these kids life, summer camp. Any surplus afterward, funds that are not used within the state go into a national fund. Not just for Actual date of the Muscular Dystrophy. There are more than 40 different neurological and transplant depends on Noel’s muscular diseases that fall under the umbrella of Muscular Dystrophy funding. condition. He is home now, and MDA would like to thank all those who went to so much work to make this a over the fevers. His doctors want ‘successful event. There were many contests and a lot of winners, but in the end, him to gain weight and build up! for the next three to four weeks so MDA was the big winner of the day. , MILFORD IS QUT OF THIS WORLD! 4g 43 this wetk. Both tapes will be reviewed by Countty Attorney - Leo Kanell. Filing criminal charges is solely the option of the County Attorney. Yardley volunteered information to Commissioner Cape name the The Mars Pathfinder Canaveral 1996, consists in December, ofa lander and small rover (named Sojourner) _ that will study the surface rocks for a period of up to one year. The landing site is in a place called Chryse Planitia, at the mouth of a giant, dry followed channel called Arcs Vallis. Mars Pathfinder is scheduled to land on July 4, 1997. The project ‘is soliciting signatures of people interested in Mars exploration, beginning with those working on the project, but not stopping there. Anyone interested in having their signature ON MARS can have it added to a microchip on the lander by sign their names on: letter quality white paper. You may include as many names as will fit on a page without overlapping one another. Use a—— fine black felt pen with a high black to white contrast. The signature pages should be mailed to Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 640 acre section of land, with a free flowing Owning the property, free and clear with no mortgage, the Fraternity filed their religious charter with Beaver County. They contend that the Foundation has an “Inalienable Tax-Exempt Status”. Simply put, they argue that only God can bestow an inalienable right, and that their right to tax exempt status without filing for exemption - to establish their religious . enclave is guaranteed by the Constitution. About 15 months ago the Court of Appeals in Denver, John Porfilio Moore, Circuit Judge, reversed and remanded a jurisdiction litigation back to the District Court i in Salt Lake City. de case is still pending. In a June 25 KTKK Radio interview with Bob Lesh, Talmage Weis, Foundation founder and: member, clarified the foundation’s use of the properity. “The Foundation is a nonprofit entity that holds and owns the property and the assets because no man owns any part of it. It all belongs to God. We dedicate it to God and it’s for the use of the people of the Fraternity of Preparation. All of the property and substance goes for their commion use.” Weis added, “We have a cause to support, not ain issue to rebel against.” Beaver County sold the property for feck taxes - 4800 Oak Grove Drive, Pasadena, Ranger Enterprises, a Nevada Corporation of which Eldredge is a principal, and 14th Amendment rights secured under the “Religious to spacecraft, due to be launched from In 1985 the Immanuel Foundation purchased the _ Freedom Restoration Act of 1993.” chose California. comment. property to pay the taxes. “That would be a question for the County Attorney,” he said. Hamilton has filed a complaint with United States Attorney Scott Matheson, Jr. in District Court. He is charging assault by threat with 50 caliber machine gun; Aggravated assault & battery with intent to murder, resulting in bodily injury with a dangerous or deadly weapon, by pistol whipping, in violation of victim’s Ist famous Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, to handle this,” Limb said. Eldredge was not available for County had the option of selling only enough of the of Pritchard Parker, was born. (See page 4.) Parker works for the Mars Pathfinder project at the Jet Beaver area. He said he just happened to be riding around. near Vance Spring last Sunday. He said he was not there at the time of the alleged assault, he did not see or hear anything, and he doesn’t want to get involved. “Their problems are of their own making. They could have just paid the taxes. Going to the news media is the wrong way Commissioner Johnson said he does not know if Beaver honor of Milford, where his wife, Mari Chad purchased it for $15,000. Estimated current vallue of the property with water may be as much as $500,000. in southern Argyre region in honor with Eldredge is that he leases a farm Eldredge owns in the for .he second time - in 1994. Following that, Kathy said, it’s Parker knowledge, they had not. Limb, on the other hand, said his only involvement well, at Vance Spring for $170,000. ‘jhave a biopsy Monday, uly 29. least three years after their deaths. Johnson said Tuesday afternoon that, to the best - his contested therapy. scientists, particularly with associations to Mars studies, at the week to clarify whether or not the sheriff's department examined the scene to look for discharged ammunition and. County the associated chemo When the actual transplant occurs, Noel will spend about a month in the hospital. He will named alleged assault. Yardley did not return phone calls later in Beaver that he will be able to withstand “test and wait for results.” the Monitor, in a telephone conversation on Monday, that Max Limb, Beaver County Assessor and close personal friend of Eldredge, was at the scene about an hour after the other evidence. for the bone marrow transplant needed by ree old Noel Davis. “No one was really over it. Everyone did a little, and had their own ideas for fund raising,” Gail Harris explained. The $150,000 originally quoted by LDS Hospital was negotiated down to $120,000. but the family is not sure what the contract includes. There may be additional expenses if there are problems during the proceedure. There is also the question as to whether Medicaid will pay for medication 010 20 30 40 50 — 1D 100 Scale: Kilometers Geologic Map of the Oceanidum Mons Quadrangle ~ Southern Argyre Planitia, Mars MTM -55043 Compiled by: Dr. Timothy J. Parker Jet Propulsion Laboratory You might say Dr. Tim Parker put Milford on the map ... ..... the map of Mars, that is. As a scientist with the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, California, he is involved in the mapping process of Mars. Geologic mappers working on areas of scientific interest for the United States Geological Survey's Mars mapping program have the opportunity to suggest place names in areas where few names a previously available. Because the program is working at scales that are larger than previous mapping projects allowed, there are large regions with few place names. Such was the case when Parker began mapping four quadrangles in the southern Argyre basin on Mars. The International Astronomical Union maintains lists and locations of place names on planets and their natural satellites. The rules for naming craters on Mars require that craters less than 100 kilometers in diameter be named for Earth towns and cities with populations less than 100,000. Those larger than 100 kilometers are CA 91109, attention: Dr. Robert Anderson. Names must be received by August 1,.1996. If you have any questions regarding signatures, you can contact Dr. Anderson at the above address, or by —_ e-mailing him at: robert.c.anderson@jpl nasa.gov, or fax questions to: 818-3931227. Dr. Parker will be back in Milford in September or October. He will be available to give a presentation at local schools is interest develops.