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Bingham Canyon Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Bingham Canyon, Utah In l offi it Sis Foft i r Imine i i in Ramft fir it 41ftftft at Kfaft 25 tuesday to adj i it tvs la lewd Jr-4- a Independent newspaper by Gilam Canyon Utah Friday june 23, 1950 oldest weekly in sail Lak puny Telephone 91 Huck finn Day to be held today annual Huck finn Day will be held today Friday at Murray Park from 9 . To 12 noon. Buses will transport the younger children to the Park it was re ported. Highland boy dance next tuesday there will be a dance held at Highland boy school next tues Day night june 27, under the sponsorship of Highland boy dancing starts at 9 With music by Ronnie and his Utah wranglers. Admission $1.00 per couple ladies free. "4 underground miners report officers the Bingham underground miners Union which recently voted to affiliate with the Cio United steelworkers tuesday reported its roster of officers pre Paratory to obtaining a charter. Officers Are Roy Crum president Frank Leyba vice president Fay Pendleton financial Secretary a thur Williams recording Secre tary Homer Whitlock treasurer Filimon Padilla guide Harry Estes and Eli Pacheco guards Buck Jones Fred Torres and Harry Parker trustees. R legion team begins season with wins Bingham s american legion Junior baseball team received its second win in two starts tues Day night by edging Midvale Post 10- in a Well contest night game on the Bingham Field. Midvale jumped to a 2- 0 Lead in the first inning and the game was nip and tuck throughout with the locals timing the score at 8- 8 in the sixth. Both teams went scoreless until the end of the eighth when Bingham pushed across the two winning scores. Gary Lacomb s hit to right Field knocked in the two runs. Lefty Marion Cowdell went the route for the winners. In their other game the Bing Ham nine Defeated Draper for their first win. Today Friday june 23, the Bingham team plays Magna at Magna and on tuesday june 27 Bingham is Host to i Ula. Flashes by Jim Abplanalp tidal softball traction very special attraction has lined up for tomorrow night inlay at the Copperton j Ballpark with two first class first game at 7 00 ., be something new to Bing i fans As two top not h girls take the Field. West Jor " county champs and the South i Jan s will put on a exhibition of softball. These girls teams can hold their n with most mens teams so can expect a very Good in. T 8 00 Princess theatre 7vnt Leader of the Baa Lea will play Hofman s sport Good s. This game promises it of excitement As the theatre j Are Well balanced and Strong Lively. Hofman s sporting i is one of Salt Lake s Strong Ball teams so Don t miss thesier. Another special feature at these a will find the Holder of the ticket receiving a Beauty 0 Wool and leather jacket. J of tall slants recess theatre went into the in the Baa softball Lea j the past week with a 9 to 4 Over Highland boy and a f e b to 6 decision Over the s Huntsman s Chevrolet a. Huntsman s Clung to second on a forfeiture by the Bing to Lions. A & a Highland boy Gem club Lark and eagles All their games with a & m Ting Lark 10 to 7 and losing Gemmell 8 to 3. Highland boy Bingham Lions in a slug-1 9 to 18. Lark trounced the k is 29 to 6 and the eagles out Gemmell 12 to 7. Iun Esters win opener the Baa entry in the minor 5ue, of the Salt Lake Tele Awon their first game by a to 0 score. Ross Oseguera w the youngsters to a shut with Fine support from his a Downs Provo at sunday the Bingham in n the fast Semi or o Loop ded the Provo times 7 to 3, my the Brilliant pitching of 3 Ray Stucke Schneider i the Fine Relief chore of Keith Page Poulsen. Ray held the tors scoreless for 6 cantos and sieved by Poulsen in the when the times threatened Jenkins double with is loaded was the hitting it. Dick drove in All three and was aided by a triple jew Udsen. In Baa nine has now won and lost 6, four of their wins if in the last five games. Improvement is making Wal club respected through he Industrial league and later Zaccaria has his boys 1"in8 All the time. Jjck workers Here Day night Ogham travels to Provo to to o finish first half Battle the times and play Host e league leading american line Here sunday at 8 15. J july 4th dance set for monday july 3at Center plans for the fourth of july Celebration sponsored annually in this Community by the Bingha Volunteer fire department Are progressing satisfactorily report Lavell Timothy chairman. As sisting him Are Parade Reed Kelly chairman Hosmer Peter son Manuel Susaeta races and childrens program Evan Miller and Harold Chesler. Starting off the Independence Day Celebration will be an adults evening dance on monday july 3, at the civic Center. An out of town orchestra will furnish the music. The tentative program being arranged which will take place on tuesday july 4th will com Mence with a miniature Parade at 9 . Followed by a childrens picture show at 10 . And Chil Drens races at 12 noon. At 2 30 Will be the childrens mat Inee dance at which children will receive Popcorn and ice Cream. A Complete program will be announced next week. Beard contest now underway for Galena Days beards and old Tim e costumes will be the order of the Day at All functions in Bingham can Yon from now until the end of Galena Days. Officially now Thi male population is asked to grow some adornment on their faces other than the usual shaggy look. All ladies Are asked to Start digging out those old Tim e dresses and make ready for the fun to come. For those who can t or won t grow beards the vigilantes headed by Jack Householder sr., Are planning Many Kangaroo courts and shaving permits Are on Sale for the Protection of local Citi Zens. If you have a Beard Fine if not get your shaving permit now. At a meeting of the steering committee several new chairmen were added to those already appointed for Galena Days activities. Ross m. Cushing was placed in charge of the mining contests. Raiford g. Benson and Joe Dis Penz a will Lay the groundwork for childrens activities. Earl t. James John j. Creedon and c. I. Stillman will make plans to entertain the Many old timers who Are expected to return for the Celebration. Harold Chesler will head the Square dancing and Talent contests to be held. Designated to build a float for the Galena Days Royalty were Hyma n Smernoff and Carl a. Cur tis. J. Lynn Booth Reed Kelly and w. R. Anderson will direct the Many dances to be held each Day while the costuming and Beard contests will be under the direction of Lavell Timothy and John t. West. Harley Huck English is checking All available parking spots to make certain that All visitors will have a place to Park their cars. All in All Many Fine plans Are gradually taking shape which should make this one of the out standing of All celebrations. Plan now to take part and if everyone will cooperate Bingham Canyon will be the Center of attraction during August 28, 29, 30 and 31. Six local boys j0inu.s. Navy Robert Keith Deakin Ronald Leroy Burke Max Charles Ivie John Leo Blair Edward Lewis Vigil and Arnold Dean Lee All of Bingham Canyon have been accepted for enlist ment in the u. S. Navy the recruiting station in Salt Lake City has announced. These Young nun Are now in san Diego calif., undergoing re Cruit training and will be together for the next three months. At that time they will be Given the Opportunity to come Home to Gether on leave to visit their family and friends we have been informed by Recruiter Lindholm. In a few months these men will be embarking on a career of exciting adventure travel and the Opportunity for a very Good education. The parents of these Young men have every reason to be proud of their sons Choice of the Navy for a career said Navy Recruiter Lindholm. O summer recreation now in its third week the recreation program at Bingham Central playground has been enthusiastically attended. Over 100 children attend the playground daily and participate in Story telling handicraft dancing sports and games. The main event of this week is Huck finn Day to be held at Murray Park today Friday. Prizes will be Given to the boy or girl wearing the Best Huck finn costume. Fishing swim Ming and sports events will be held. A checker tournament among the older girls was conducted last week. Winners were Olga amps mane a Ovat first Joan Arritola Vivian Kosovich Sec Ond Joyce Rawlings Rosemary Arritola third. A jacks tournament is being held this week. Special events Are being held once a week. Last week the boys and girls participated in a doll and mechanical toy show and first second and third places were Given. Next week s special event will be a Hobby and pet show. Every wednesday the children Are taken to Copperton Park where they play games and eat their lunch. All children four years and older Are invited to come and join the fun. Scouts entrain for National Jamboree four boy scouts from Bing Ham District entrained yesterday thursday along with a group going from Salt Lake City for the trip to the National boy scout Jamboree at Valley forge pa., where they will encamp with 47,000 other american scouts and scouts from 14 other countries. Points of interest Enro Ute to and from the Encampment will be visited by the group among which will be a Day in Chicago visit to Niagara Falls new York and a visit to the National Capi to l at Washington d. A they plan to return july 11. The boys making the trip from Here Are Tommy Johnson Frankie eng Lish and Sammy Robison of Bing Ham and Clyde Augustson or. Of Lark. Holy Rosary Church local Catholic ladies attend Salt Lake meet nine members of the b. C. O. Auxiliary and four members of the Copperton ladies society organizations of Bingham Cath Olic Church went to Salt Lake City wednesday to participate in the convention of the diocesan Council of Catholic women. The convention convened at 10 o clock with mass in the Cathedral of the Madeleine. Following mass those attending the convention went to Newhouse hotel for registration and to join in the Dif Ferent sessions dealing with problems and policies of the Council. At one o clock luncheon was ser Ved to Over 250 ladies. Featured speaker at the luncheon was miss Margaret Mealey executive Secretary of the National Council of Catholic women who discussed a plan for organizing the diocesan Council into Parish and Dean or y councils. She also reported on her visit to the International Council meeting in Fribourg Switzerland and her subsequent audience with Pope Pius Xii. She reported that the National Council now has Over 6,000 affiliated Catholic women s organizations in the United states with a total membership in excess of 6,000,000. Those attending the Conven Tion were mrs. Hildo Ugarte mrs. John Pantalone mrs. Sam Lovat mrs. Paul Groves mrs. Peter Padgen mrs. Louis j. Arritola mrs. Hugo Bianchi mrs. Frank Guarascio mrs. Steve Amicone of Bingham and mrs. John Anderson mrs. Albeit Kas Telic mrs. William Ablett and mrs. Victor Bonocini of Copper to n. Accompanying them were fathers Thomas Navien and Ignatius Strancar of the holy Ros Ary Church. Sports Here and there by Al Ablett the Industrial league is wind ing up first half play with the league More closely bunched than it has been in a number of years. American Fork is on top with Helper a close second. I think the outcome of their game at Helper on the 27th will Tell the Story. Bingham did t get the men they needed in time for the first half. But their showing in the last three weeks boasts no Good for the rest of the league in the second half. Mgr. Zaccaria has his Young pitching staff turning in some Fine games and in Keith Poulson he has what looks like the Best reliever in the league. Ray Stucke Schneider Young brother of Vic looked great in turning Back Provo. He got a Little wild in the last innings but Poulson came on to put out the fire. Vic of course is one of the Best. Dick Powers has proved to be a Tower of strength at Short Stop and Dick is hitting that Long Ball. Delmar Schick broke in at Centerfield the last game and looked great. Del can go get pm with the Best. So in the second half Zac should have them ready for the run to the wire. Our american legion team is rolling along in True Bingham fashion winning their first two games against Draper and mid Val e. This is one of the finest programs put on for kids in the country and year after year finds Bingham s team either on top or near there in Utah. They have won More championships than any other team in the state yet year after year we find the same men knocking themselves out keeping this great program go ing. So what say this year that All of the civic organizations get together on some kind of pro Gram that will assure our kids that we Are behind them and if they go to the state tournament that they will go big time. Here is something that every club in town should feel an Honor to be behind because i have found that where Ever our kids have played the towns people have had Noth ing but Praise for their conduct and sportsmanship. Here is hop ing that something will be done for this Fine Bunch of kids. See you next week. Al a eagles a regular eagles meeting will be held tonight Friday at co Hall at 8 Reports h. R. Gust Secretary. Or. Gust also reported that the eagles state convention will con Vene at Provo saturday and Sun Day june 24 and 25 with meet Ings to be held in the labor Temple. The convention will open saturday at 9 . With registration of delegates followed that evening by a banquet at 7 And dancing at 9 Speakers at the sunday sessions will e c. Henry Sherrow and Charles Francisco both of California re presenting the grand aerie. Plenty of overnight accommodations Are available for those wishing to spend the night it was reported. Our local 485 by Nachio Ortego at the local election held on tuesday june 13, the following men were elected to head the Union for the coming year Thomas Mannion president de Brentel vice president Nachio Ortego financial Secretary Fidel Gallegos recording Secretary j. J. Nichols Warden Gregorio Panda conductor Fidel Duran Ray Cowdell and Isario Pacheco trustees. Or. Nichols was also elected for the position of Ken Neco to Council Delegate. To All who voted for the above men each and every one of us Send sincere thanks and will do All in our Power to fulfil our position. Join the Comacho defense fund by giving generously to see this Case through. To Date the volunteers have brought in a very Good amount of donations. We must help in order that we May win. See your shop stewards and give from your heart. The local Union is planning a Beer bust to be held in Butterfield Canyon in the near future. The Money has been donated by the funds of the local Union and each paid up member is urged to at tend. It is your Money that is sponsoring the bust so make sure that you get out and enjoy an evening of fun among your associates. The Date will be published in the paper so keep on your toes and read up on your Union news under the above title. The local Union plans cleaning of the Union Hall by asking for volunteers to come in and give the help. We plan to let the teen agers use the Hall for their advantage. We Are aware of the fact that the youngsters of Bing Ham Canyon have a limited of recreation soon in the future they May look Forward to a night of clean fun by the use of the local Hall. Anyone inter ested in the youngsters come and ask to be put to work. You can t Tell we May be responsible for fun of your son or daughter. The local has lost one of its Best shop stewards but the u. S. Navy has gained a Good cleanse wish to it american boy. Give Eddie Vigil a fond Farewell and to wish him All the Luck in the world. Eddie volunteered to serve Uncle Sam for the next four years. J children who have been at tending summer school sessions in Lark and Copperton for the past three weeks enjoyed an out ing at Saratoga on thursday accompanied by the four Sisters who were in charge of the pro Gram. An enjoyable time was had by All. Carlos Perry succumb june 15 funeral services for Carlos Perry 33, of 519 Center St., mid Vale who died thursday june 15 at 9 In a Salt Lake hos Pital of undetermined but Natur Al causes were held monday at 10 . In West Jordan Ward Chapel Church of Jesus Christ of latter a y saints. He was born december 21, 1916 in Cedar View Duchesne county a son of Alonzo Don Carlos and Eliza Remington Perry. He had been employed As a motor a n in Bingham Canyon by Kennicott Copper corp. Besides his widow mrs. Lena Savala Perry he is survived by four Brothers and four Sisters Arbeth and Loyal Perry mrs. Kay Alexander and mrs. Grand Jones Myton Duchesne county Paul Perry Bingham Canyon mrs. Reed Lyman Roosevelt mrs. Henry Dietrich and Lyle Perry Rexburg Idaho. Interment was in Rexburg City cemetery. Baseball playground by Bailey j. Santistevan area director we have a total of thirteen teams playing their baseball schedule daily at the boys play ground at Copperton. Caps and shirts have been or dered for nine of the baseball teams. They will be paid for by the activity fund of Bingham Canyon and we want to take this Opportunity of thanking the Community of Bingham for this. The other four teams Are sponsored by Lendaris merc Elva Ruth Shoppe and the two teams from Copperfield Are sponsored by the Salt Lake county sheriff s department. We want to thank the Bingham sheriffs and or. Beck Stead head of the county sheriffs group for this gesture. The Lark group spent this week end at the spruces and presented the program thursday night under the supervision of mrs. J. A. Coffey head of the Lark pro Gram. The Bingham to so Lead by George apostal Are playing great Ball in the senior league. Dick Roblez Clare Rager Don mat Tson Chris Katis and Pete fur i s Are aiding the cause by their great play. The Bat shiners have Louis Sarrao Mike Johnson Tony Menna Frank Zdunich Tommy James and Norman Bianchi playing on their team. All of these boys Are hard hitters and Good fielders. They Are a Tough club to beat. The Golden stars led by Bob Osoro their manager Are off to a driving Start in their league. Fred Pando John Deakin Frankie Montoya and Benny Osoro Are the leading players of this group. The Golden eagles one of the younger clubs in the league Are setting the Pace in their league. Tommy Colyar Maurice Colyar Tommy Watson and Russell Jackson Are the mainstays of this club. The Copperton midgets led by hard hitting Roy Hatch have a great Ball club in the Popsicle league. Bobby Davis John Lan Caster Keith Lacomb and har old Jenkins Are going to be the club to beat in this league. The Copperton seniors have Marion Cowdell Gary Lacomb David Peterson Eddie Muhar John Mitchell and Dick Hough ton hitting the Ball to All Corners of the lot and Are giving the other clubs plenty of trouble in the senior league. Leslie Nichols is the reason Why the Copperton panthers Are out in front in the Junior league. Helping this club along is Jerry Crellin Jimmy Wilson Edward and David Jacobsen and Larry sax. The Bingham giants Are pack ing plenty of Power at the plate. The hitting of Lynn and Dennis Miller Jan Freeman Larry Man the Gary Hackinson Bill English and Harry Pappasideris is keep ing this club Way out in front in this league. The Copperton Hawks led by Kent Allsop Are having a Little trouble winning games. The play ers on this team Are Small but they have a lot of desire. Kenny Davis George Markovich Rich Ard Mcmullin Bill Fike and Geo. Rekoutis Are All playing to win. The Copperfield eagles have the following players on their team and Are a Tough club to beat. Rudy Gonzalez Neal Thayer Jimmy Manos Paul Moyeda David Leyba Marvin Cowdell Wayne Adachi Robert Jaterka Robert Mccormick Ricardo Lopez Gilbert Leyba and Joe Kenny. Mike Gonzalez Dick Kubota Joe Castillo Danny Jaterka Nick Golish Boyd Whetsel Larry Hatt Russell Miya Are All hard hitters and Good fielders Fos the Copperfield deputies. One of the Good Ball clubs on the playground is the Lendaris merc. Juan Sanchez Jack Tay Lor Harold Sparks and Clifford Nielsen Are hitting the Ball hard and doing a great Job Fielding and All around playing. The Little Elva Ruth Shoppe team is on the playground daily and winning their share of games. They Are wearing Good look ing Green Caps and Are fighting their hearts out for their Spon sors. The county recreation program is growing every Day in our area. Thanks to our workers and to Paul Rose recreation department superintendent for Salt Lake county. O Butterfield Canyon gun club is open every thursday from 9 To 1 . Public invited. Lights for night shooting have been installed. Requiem mass for Anton Ferk Ovich 63, of Park City formerly of Bingham Canyon and Eureka who died last thursday in a Salt Lake Hospital after a lingering illness was celebrated monday at 10 . At St. Mary s of the Assumption Catholic Church by Rev. We. F. Kennedy pastor. Births or. And mrs. Billy Andreason of 296 main Bingham Are the proud parents of a son born june 22 at St. Mark s Hospital Salt Lake City. Or. And mrs. Louis Montoya of Cottonwood formerly of Bing Ham announce the birth of a son at Cottonwood maternity hos Pital on june 22. A daughter was born to or. And mrs. Pedro luge at their Home in Copperfield on june 16. O j Baa softball j league standings w. L. Pet. Ass theatre 6 0 1.000 Oman s Chev 5 1 .833. 3 3 .500 pcs 3 3 .500 jme11 club 3 3 .500 t 3 3 .500 and but i 5 .166 spam Lions 0 6 .000 next week a schedule of 6, Gemmell club is jams Man Chev. 7, Highland & a 8, Lark Lions to recess theatre 9, Bing Baoas is eagles land it Lark Lions is h fish a s a a 7 Princess theatre is re v 9 Bingham Lions Rnell club. O sunday june 25 Highland boy Community House Church school at 10 . No evening worship service. Community House daily Vaca Tion Church school for juniors intermediates and seniors will begin next tuesday june 27 at 1 Bingham Community methodist Church sunday school at 10 . Worship service at 11 . With Rev. Chester Smith of Salt Lake City delivering the Sermon. Copperton sunday school at 9 45 . No services at Copperfield Dur ing the summer. An evening with my Bible each wednesday at 8 club dance tonight r. C. Gemmell club in Carr Fork will be the scene of a club dance tonight Friday june 23. Dancing from 9 To Midnight. Music will be furnished by Max Engeman and his orchestra. A Bingham Lark Lions to install july 8 saturday july 8, is the Date set for the joint installation of newly elected officers of the Bing Ham Canyon and Lark Lions clubs. The place will be butter Field Canyon. The Lark club will arrange the Barbecue and the Bingham club will furnish the program. Working on the Bing Ham committee Are j. Lynn Booth Ross m. Cushing and t. Earl Kelly. Coheh report Joseph Spendlove leather observer ii thigh Low 4j 3"e 18 73 50 is Jne 19 73 54 20 73 54 to Jun 22 75 54 c citation reported the week. Mia Outing tuesday West Jordan stake Mia will hold an Outing at Saratoga next tuesday june 27. Family Pic Nic at 6 Swimming rates for the Outing will be 25 and 50 cents. There will be a Square dancing exhibition at 9 Notice any local Organ Alion Desir ing Street Concession during Galena Day should Contact Bob Jimas. Galena Days chair Man As soon As possible

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