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Page Four - The Eureka Reporter - August Classifieds 3, 1979 Public Notice Probat and GuardkmNp NoKcm - CmuW county clerk of wipacttv slgnon fo further InfofmaNon. FOR SALK I Bedroom Home in Eureka. Good Location. Great Buy! Best Offer. 2 NOTICE OF BONDS TO BE ISSUED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Utah Code Annotated, provisions of Section 1953, as amended, that on July 30, 1979, the Board of Education of Tintic School District, Juab County, Utah, accepted the bid of Continental Bank and Trust for the purchase of $330,000 School Building Bonds of said board, dated September 1, 1979, at the price of $330,000, plus a premium of $0. Said purchaser made a good faith deposit of $6,600 in connection with its bid. good faith deposit ot $6,600 in connection with its bid. Said School Building Bonds pursuant to a resolution of the Board of Education duly adopted on July 30, 1979, are to be issued for the purpose of raising money InFurther For formation.. Call: Bob 11-14-- Garity 6.50 6.50 6.50 6.50 6.50 6.50 $20,000 $20,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $30,000 $30,000 $35,000 $35,000 A copy of the 6.50 6.50 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.25 6.25 Mining District Multi Resource Area, is the Sunbeam Mine, South Tintic District. Description: Mine workings some two miles south of Mammoth near Treasure Hill in South Tintic. Mined fissure with wooden timbers (logs) used as supports. Less acre. It than dales back about 1870. Significance: The site. one-quart- er Min.-St- ays Reasonable' - We Love to Come Prices to Eureka. Call: Carpet Dry Cleaners "Does Good Work, says A17 Jeannine Johnson. 798-253- 8. FOR RENT U nfurnished Home Located on Church ''Large Father for Contact Street. Ludo at 433-630- 3 Further Information. HELP WANTED Big Hill Shaft Headframe, two and a half miles east of Eureka near Big Hill, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. DIRECTOR, Six County Economic Development District. 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 Camp-ou- t By Nanive B mi nan checklist Thomas Cm from - Dian all ingredients except author of Versatile Select Clothing: Take clothes that will give protection and that you can layer to be warm or cool. Gar- Rust. beauty of . Frosts spread or vegetation. APPOINTMENTS ONLY 433-999- 7 Closed Sunday and Monday Spcicul Storage liquid and eggs. Many Roughing It Easy. Tear other food can be out this article and keep it meausred prepackaged with your camp-ou- t ixifore leaving home. and use it to 2. To store eggs, next Ireak them into a plastic organize your outing. container with a tight seal. They, will pour out ('umpingTips Plan Ahead: Get in- one at a time. Use them formation about your within four days. destination (including 3. Use a shady creek to maps) so you can play keep perishable foods your activities. Organize cool. Fill a burlap sack groups tasks so everyone with foods wrapped in will be able to contribute. airtight bags. The burlap Make a Grocery and sack can be anchored in Equipment List: Menu the creek by placing plans, the accessibility of rocks in and around it. your destination, and the 4. Keep staple foods in a number of days you box or a sack hung from a willbe away will deter- tree limb. Foods should mine how much and what be packaged in tight type of food and equip- containers ment to bring. Take as enought to keep strudy insects little as possible. Take and out. animals equipment such as cans Organize foods by meal or and foil - that can be used several ways and then discarded. . Expert Styling basics Home Economist T.II.S. 'Techniques 1. Many of us are making the Prepare camping a part of our necessary quantities of plans for our summer fun. muffin and biscuit mix a Here's camping ahead of time, blending ments should be sturdy and allow for freedom for activities planned. Take early years of the only the essentials. Twentieth Century. Choose a Campsite: Accounts vary as to the actual events relevant to Select a site where tents camping equipment the beginnings of the and be can on high ground in Tintic District, but suffice the of unexpected event it to say that a piece of rains. Separate your float" ( ore brought to - fire, toilet, and kitchen the surface) was found in the area between Silver sleeping areas from each and Diamond other; choose a site where City activities will not reportedly by George camp harm the natural Perms Reasponsible for overall operation of economic development program for area, coordination of industrial six-coun- the land. Do not choose a spot directly in the path of prevailing winds that LYMAN'S BEAUTY. SALON might cause your camEUREKA, UTAH ping or eating area to fill with smoke. Choose an LYMAN L0NEYf Owner and Operator area that will not permit Bleaches 'sparks from the fire to Blow Styling and Cutting Phone: - Cleaner or near the site, of the first ore discovery in Tintic in 1869; and the site of sporadic work to the Coloring Process Dries in 30 Sunbeam Mine individual site" the listing of the Tintic We Clean EUREKA: resolution adopted on July 30, 1979, by the Board of Education authorizing the issuance and confirming the sale of the above described $3, 000 School Building Bonds is on file in the office of the Clerk ofsaicf board at Tintic High School in Eureka, Utah, where it may be examined during regular business hours of the Clerk from 8:00 o'clock A. M. to 4:00 oclock P.M. Said resolution shall be so available for inspection for a period of at least thirty (30) days from and after date of the publication of this notice. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that pursuant to law for a period of thirty (30) days from and after the date of the publication of this notice, any person in interest shall have the right to contest the legality of the above described resolution of the Board of Education adopted on July 30, 1979, or the $330,000 School Building Bonds of said board authorized thereby, or any provisions made for the security and payment of such bonds, and that after such time, no one shall have any cause of action to contest the regularity, formality or legality thereof for any cause whatsoever. DATED this 30th day of July, 1979 Clerk, Board of Education, Tintic School District, Juab County, Utah Published in Eureka Reporter August 3, 1979. Historic site No. VIII in J20 225-075- 3. Carpets-O- ur for pucbasing school sites, for building or purchasing one or more schoolhouses and supplying the same with furniture and necessary apparatus, and for improving school property under the charge of the Board of Education, and bear interest and mature on September 1 of each of the years and in the amounts as follows: Amount interest Rate $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $20,000 $20,000 -- , leave endanger Before you camp, remove .every trace of your stay. nothing but and take nothing tracks, but picutres," says Ms Leave Thomas. category, so that cooks can easily find what they promotion efforts, implementation of annual work program, and conducting the area's criminal justice planning need. 5. Store water in a plastic make Take bleach bleach bottle and an outdoor sink. a large plastic program. Knowledge and experience desired in all bottle and poke a programs, LEAA. related experience, or four year college degree and three years of experience. Starting salary: 1388- - mo. Must relocate to Nephi, Utah. Send resumes to Chairman Kenneth Rees, c-Dr. Malan Jackson, P. O. Box 191, Richfield, Utah 84701. Closing date August 13, 1979 Equal Opportunity Employer. o -- of . professionally ng source primarily Qualifications: masters degree in public administration, business administration, or related field, and one year's the top; the pressure will force a small stream of water from the jug. Place a bar uf soap in a nylon stocking and tie it to thehandle. 6. To make toiletries portable, place a roll of toilet paper and a flashlight in a plastic bag and tie to the end of a shovel. (A deep hole whould aways be dug for a latrine in a private ay private programs, EDA and particularly SBA, and in criminal justice improvement development loosen spotaUeast from any and public pinhole in the front near the bottom to make a spout. Fill the bottle with water and screw on the cap. Attach a rope to the handle and lie the jug to a tree limb. When you are ready to wash your hands self-locki- ty water.) ASSISTANT Windsurfing comes to Utah Combine a beautiful and Regatta sees the reservoir, summer days, an as excellent mountain splendor and 24 regatta to a attract mph winds blowing opportunity through a 20 mile canyon new breed of travelers and "watch the thermals to Utah. "Most of these (parbreak loose!"... or so say windsurfer enthusiasts ticipants) are athletic, g traveling to Utah this people," said Mrs. Crail. summer. The reservoir is Deer "and Utah would cerCreek at the end of Provo tainly stand out in their Canyon and the steady memories as an ideal winds that whip across place for both sailing and this body of water are not for family travel either only the delight of Laser, before or after the Hobie and Windsurfer regatta." Ms. Crail buffs, but are also the described the Windsurfer American Championships inspiration for the 1979 as featuring racing on an Windsurfer American Olympic triangle course Championships in Utah by boats divided into four this summer, August weight classes and a Over 150 participants women's division. Also from the U. S., Canada included in the regatta and Latin America are are slolom, long distance expected to enter the competitions, bouyball (a which sort of on championships anticipates drawing a few rugby) and freestyle hundred spectators to competitions - an exDeer Creek. Bonnie Crail, tremely popular spec.a former Utah resident tator event. out-of-doo- rs, fun-lovin- 6-1- 1. the-wat- er DIREC- ENLAW TOR PLANFORCEMENT Six NER, County Economic Development District. Responsible for preparation of annual and' multi-ye- plans ar economic and for development criminal justice system improvement in six-coun- area with ty emphasis on industrial promotions, proposals, financing local development efforts, grantsmanship, crime and analysis, and LEAA programs. Qualifications: masters in public administration, business degree administration, planning, law enforcement, or closely related field, or four years degree and two years professionally related experience. Starting salary: 1173 -mon. Must relocate to Send Nephi. Utah. resumes to Chairman Kenneth Rees, o Dr. Malan Jackson, P.O. Box 191, Richfield. Utah 84701. c-- Oh that I had in the wilderness a lodging-plac- e of wayfaring men!