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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1967, Salt Lake City, Utah                             flJtahn Killed Viet Mine Firing Special to The Tribune VERNAL A Vernal sol diervss lulled in Vietnam Tuesday by fragments of a United States mine detonated during p r a c tice firing his parents have been informed by the Defense Department Pfc Richard A Hein 25 son of Mr and Mrs Carl W Pfc Hein Hein Rt 1 Box 439 Vernal was hit by the fragments while stationed at a listening post Immedi ately taken to the 24th Evacu ation Hospital in Vietnam the spidier died a few hours later spokesmen said V Pfc Hein was drafted and left Vernal Sept 27 He had ibeen in Vietnam 55 days when the accident occurred A 1960 graduate of Uintah High School Pfc Hein had completed three years of study at Utah State University and had been on a mission to the Eastern States for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints was born May 27 1942 In Vernal son of Carl W and Betty Strecker Hein In addi tion to his parents he is sur vived by three brothers and four sisters Carl George Hein Dugway Mrs Helen R Parr London England Ro land W and Harold E Hein Vernal Mrs Rosamond Alessi Lindonhurst NY Mrs Virginia Loria and Mrs Elizabeth Zurow both of Calif will be Monday at1 pVmi in Vernal First LDS Chapel directed by Vernal Mortuary Burial will be Mn Vernal Memorial Tark cemetery with graveside mili tary honors The Salt Lake Tribune Saturday May 13 1967 g Planning Group Okehs Park Flood Projects Cameraeye view through the percussion section of the AllCity Festival Orchestra shows conductor leading musicians from four of the areas high schools at the begin ning of Salt Lakes annual Spring Music Festival in Tabernacle on Temple Square 4 S L Schools Make Beautiful Music Temple Square reverberat ed with music Friday night as some 1800 singers and 270 instrumentalists from area high schools gathered in the Salt Lake Tabernacle to par ticipate in the annual Spring Music Festival Students from East South West and Highland High Schools treated Salt Lakers 10 more than two hours of music ranging from Beetho ven to American folk ballads West High Composer Highlight of the festival was the premier performance of Beguine for Band per formed by the AllCity Festi val Band The number was composed and conducted by Carlyle Baker music teacher at West High School The AllCity Festival Orchestra performed Carmen Suite and Beethovens Sym phony No 5 18th Century Ballad The festivals Junior Choirs sang Antonio Lottis beautiful Miserere Mei and the vibrant Negro spiritual Honor Society Evry Time I Feel The Spirit The Boys Glee singers per formed an 18th century bal lad Viva Tutti and the tra ditional Whiffenpoof Song The Girls Glee followed with three numbers including the American folk song Hes Gone Away The festivals combined a cappella choirs joined in sing ing Knut Nystedts I Will Praise Thee O Lord and three other selections The festival ended on a pa triotic note with the combined chorus groups and the AllCity Festival Band joining together with America the Beautiful Phi Beta Kappa Names 50 U Scholars SMALL WONDER BankType Terms Tailored to Fit Your Budget See our compfefe display of 67s at 2033 So Main 21st South and MainPh HU 62111 VOLKSWAGEN INTERMOUNTA1N AUTHORIZED UEALER Fiftyjunior and senior stu dents from the University of Utah have been elected to Phi Beta Kappa scholastic socie ty considered as a mem berstudents must be com pleting their college career with at least a 36 average and have 135 credit hours of the 183 hour minimum for graduation in liberal subjects Phi Beta Kappas will attend the annual HonorSocieties Banquet June 3 at7pm in the University Union accord ing to Rex L Campbell presi dent oftheorganization and director of radioTV services at the university Newly elected officers for the coining school year are Dr Alfred1 A Cave president Dr George A Williams asso ciate professor of physics vicepresident V Beth Bur dette instructor in English executive secretary New senior members in clude Robert Cl Beeching JayFrederick Bodine Edwi na Jo Burton James W Can non Ross N Castleton Jef frey O Cerar Rosemary Conbver Michael B Dayies m e r t Kathleen Howard JamesR Despain SharonL Judith HoweLinda J Jerison Borah Arthur C Ekel David Tracy Jex Paul B ThonipsouE Fehr Florence Johnson Linda Jones Law MFreeman ShirleyGaufin rence A Mauerman state R Haddock Made line Hamilton Wynn H Hem Judges Learn Methods at SL Seminar Judges froirf three western states Friday concluded the seminar portion of a three day judicial conference in Salt Lake City Representatives from dis trict and supreme courts in Utah Nevada and New Mexi co met and discussed prob lemsof criminal lawsentenc ing and probation The Judicial Conference continues Saturday judges assemble in individual state conferences City court andjuvenile court judges also will attend the Utah Judicial FuneralRite Today for MUST SELL our own field grown pfitzers too large for gallon cans LARGE PFITZERS 15 to 18 ONLY THIS PRODUCT does alt this f i KILLS SPURGE KILLS CH1CKWEED KILLS DANDELIONS KILLS JAPANESE CLOVER total for lawns Funeral servicesfor Asahel Hart Woodruff Jr 74 1641 Wasatch Or 1300 who died Thursday at home will be held Saturday at 3 pm in the Yalecrest Second Ward 103548th East Church o f Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints where Mr Woodruff may call one hour prior to ser vices Mr Woodruff wasa retired Federal Housing Administra tion chief appraiser and a grandson of Wilford Woodruff fourth president of the LDS Church War Veteran He was a veteran of World War I a high priest in the Yalecrest Second LDS Ward and had fulfilled an LDS mis sion to Germany He was a life irfember of the Ambassador Athletic Gub and a member of the Bonne ville Kiwanis Club and the Bonneville Knife and Fork Club Mr Woodruff Feb 13 1893 inSalt Lake City to Asahel H and Naomi Butter worth Woodruff He married Ruth Murphy Sept 121919 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple Survivors Listed S u r v i v o r s include his widow two daughters Mrs Frank M Marjorie Whitney Mrs Gordon Owen Jr all of Salt Lake City and seven grandchil dren Also surviving are two brothers and three sisters Douglas 0 Woodruff Mrs Lawrence G Beulah Naylpr and Mrs Oscar S Emma rose Christiansen Salt Lake City Kenneth C Woodruff Los Angeles and Mrs T George Norma Wood Loth bridge Alberta Canada MMayfield Jean McKane Nellie M B Miller Earlene P C Mitchell Jane Younger Murdock Judy A Owen Jo Ann H Pickren Janet Ramp ton John N Schulian Jeffrey J Siirola Randolph G Soren son James A Starr Barrie B Strachan Robert J Tay lor Nancy R Teater Terrie Tuckett Glen E WarnicK DcttS Robert KerryiWJIkins Robert P Yen Ycuag New junior members are Mari Ann Billhymer Robert A Russell Cathleen Lynne Smith Virginia Ann Warr conferencesvvill be held inrhe CityCounty Building The 45 judges attending the seminar portion of the confer ence were divided into three groups of about 15 each Thursday afternoon sessions were held one session each Friday morning and af ternoon The seminars were conduct ed classrooms but the judges themselves were the teachers and students Meth ods of handling sentencing probation and criminal prob lems were reviewed with three discussion leaders act ing as moderators The Salt Lake County Plan ning Commission Friday ap proved a proposed plan to de velop a 14acre site on Big Cottonwood Creek in the area of 4800 South and east of loQO East The commission agreed the area should be used for devel opment of an education il park complex and a flood tro project which entails con struction of a runoff basin to catch flood waters Clayne Ricks assistant planning director was autiior lieu tu send letters lo the Rec reatilon Board and others interested in developing the project Jim P Hansen county con tracts negotiator said the land could be acquired with capital improvement and flood control funds The commission denied a request to rezone an acre of property on the northeast cor ner of Highland Drive and Holladay Boulevard 4585 South from Residential R5 to Commercial Cl allow construction of a service sta tion and for other buildings Another application to re zone property on the north east corner of 3010 S Main from Manufacturing Ml lo Commercial C3 to permit in stallation of an outdoor arch ery range was taken under further study Approval was made by the commission of an application of Carl R Ohran developer to change property in area of 1300 West 1175 West and 43754700 South from Residen tial R2 to R5 forproposed construction of single family dwelling units When the property is changed to R5 the planning commis Shooting Death Ruled Accident Mr Peterson Special to The Tribune BLUFFDALE Sheriffs Lt N D Hayward detective division commander JYmay ruled the shooting death of Morris J Nielson 36 14284 S Redwood Rd 1700 as accidental The victim whose body was discovered in tie bedroom of his home Thursday pm died of E wound in the left chest just above the heart The lieutenant said it was suffered as the victim took a highpowered rifle from a shelf sion will review Ihe plans be fore permits are issued offi cials agreed Death Takes US Mines Chemist 60 Special to The Tribune HOLLADAY Heber Peterson 60 435323rd East chemist at the Salt Lake of fice US Bu reau of Mines and former chairman of the western division on an alytical proce dures died of a heart ail ment Friday at home Mr Peter son was named the ing federal employe in 1965 by the Utah Federal Executives j Assn He had been employed by the bureau for31 years t had been coauthor of eight technical papers and had been coordinator of the tmj reaus analytical methods manual I He was president of the Olympus Stake Church Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints and served in the pres idency of Holladay wood and Big Cottonwool Stakes and had been presiJ dent of the 243rd Quorum oft Seventy J U of U Graduate I iHewas a graduate of the 1 University of Utahattended the Oak Ridge Institute of Nu clear Studies and was aj member of Theta Tau nering fraternity Sigma honorary scientific and ihe American Chemicaft Society i He was born Oct 8 1906 Murray to Frederick M andj Anna Pehrson Peterson Her married Merle Tola Jensent June 28 1935 Salt Lake Temple Survivors Dsled 7 WAIM FRONT COLD FRONT STATIC FRONT Survivors include hifff widow three sons arid one daughter Gerald H Canogaf Park Calif Richard L las F Loraine Marie Peter son all Salt Lake City three grandchildren Also surviving are two and a sister C Grand Colo Wilford Peterson and Margaret Peterson both Salt Lake City services will held Monday noon in Olympus Stake Center 26751 Ev 4430 South where may call Sunday from 69 4 Burial will be in Holladay MemoriaLPark 1 The family suggests contri butions to the Heber E son Memorial Athletic Fund in care of the Olympus Center SL Marine 19 Killed 1 InVietDut The weather forecast map for Satur day indicates variable cloudiness over Winter Has Last Hoe the Intermountain Region with some snow rain showers but bit warmer A Salt Lake youth has killed in action in Vietnam Pentagon said Friday 3 Weed Garden With a Snow Shovel Diti From US Wtalhcr iureM Variable cloudiness will hano en over fhe Intelmountain Region Saturday some scattered showers of rain or snow continuing Some warming is expected over the reoton 18 79 PLUS Supplies Baloncsd Ferti lizer 1064 Kills Lawn Insects Contains Iron Zinc Sulfur and Manganese Utahn Wins Honor Special to The Tribune SPOKANE WASH Don ald Jensen Salt Lake City Utah was cited for excel lence in feature writing and given an award for out standing journalistic promise in annual honors announced by the Department of Com munications Gonzaga Univer sity TEMPERATURE CHART DttI to 5 pm 11hr IWir Him Lew Free Utah Brvce Canyon 54 Cedar Cify54 Coalvrile 46 Detta a Green River69 Hanksvitle72 LcaanO Moab63 Osden SO Provo 46 Roostvetl ST Salt Lake Airport St Gewne 73 U of U Campus 41 35 38 37 23 33 34 37 If 30 37 45 31 07 Boise53 31 01 Binley S4 jo IHaho 53 37 Pocatello 52 31 tr Intermounttin States Billinas 14 7 Buttf 37 28 72 Cheyenne 53 ii 14 y 38 tr Elko 47 26 C3 Ely 43 30 C2 Evanstoo 41 19 tr Grand Junction 68 37 Las 75 48 Reno M 45 01 Rock Sprinss 75 Sheridan 49 37 05 West Yellowstone 31 21 01 icHic Stales Los Aixjelei 49 SI Portland 59 45 San Dieoo 47 51 Son Francisco S9 50 Seattle 57 tf 19 SpoVane 54 37 02 MMwest Bismarcic 79 Chicaoo W 41 Detroit Dututh 54 24 Kensas City SO 48 Minneapolis 54 30 Omaha55 42 East Boston 6C O 33 New YorX Citv 61 44 02 Pittsturch 55 44 Washington DC 70 52 Mutti Albuaueroua SO 47 Atlanta 80 71 Louisville 31 Miami 34 77 New Orleans 89 74 oviahona City 70 54 Phoenix 87 51 San Anionio 1C1 72 ST Lovi S3 45 Salt Lafce WeatMr Data Precioita ticn for 2tiour period ended Friday at S om 05 precioilalicn for May 131 accumulative excess 71 precipitation Oct 1 1W4 1093 accumulative excess 74 sunrise Saturday MDT Sjnset WDT Salt LaVe Ciry and Vicinity Vjr ibie cicxxiiness with few showers cf rain Ssruroav Partly cicudv Saturday and Sunday Warmer Saturday with hioh in the high jCs low in mid3Cs Probability of measurwbte creopitation near 30 per cent Saturday and rear zero Satirrfav nkshl and SurxJay Utih Variable cloodinns Saluvdjy and a few of rain cr snow Partly cloudy Saturday nioht and Sunday Warmer Saturday with highs in uooer 50s and 40s lews mostly in the 30s Southeastern Idaho Variable cloudi ness Saturday with few showers of rain or STOW Partly cicudv Saturday nicht and Sunday Warmer Saturday hiohs in me 5ls lews 25 to 35 Southwestern Idtho Variable cloud iness Jnlurday Few shcwers of rain or snew Partly cloudv Saturday nKjht and Sunday Warmer Saturday with higfts motv in 60s lews 32 to 40 Eastern Nevtda Variable cloudi ness Saturday with few showers cf rain or snow Partly cloudv Saturday night and Sunday XVarrrer with highs in the 50s lows 25 to 35 Wyoming Mostly cloudy with occa srcnal rain locally mixed wirh snow southeast and scattered showers snow showers north and west endinq Saturday morntnq Decreasing cloudi ness Saturday afternoon becoming gen erally fair and warmer Sunday Highs 45 to 55 lower elevations 35 45 in mountains Summary The upper trough vjhicn was over northern Idaho and eastern Oregon Thursday traveled eastward into Idaho and northeastern Nevada by neon Friday Mostly cloudv ccntirucd the Intermsun tain Retjon with scattered snow how ers in western Montana and rain sdow ers in northern Utah and east central Nevada Showers of ran or sncw ao were reported over higher esewhere Vinimum temperaturs vere mostly in the 30s with some radinas in the 2te and a few in he teens sorinXled throughout the district Early sfternocn were mosltv in the 40s excuor for the 5Cs in easrern Utah 60s in westfrn Colorado Bnd 70s In southern Nevada Pfc McGee Pfc n e t h McGee 19 v son of Mrs y Helen Thorpe J McGee Erick3 son 1 4 7 6ij Michigan Ave 390 was k i while o guard riutyjj with the near Quang US Marines Vietnam He was a member of Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints He attend ed East High School and grad uated from Osborne School Detroit He was born Oct 21 1W7 in Detroit to Carl W Jr Helen Thorpe McGee Pfc McGee enlisted in Marines Sept 1 1966 had been in Vietnam for three 3 Survivors include his fatherT Detroit his mother twrvj brothers and a sister David Yale McGee Jerry NealjJ McGee and Kitty Lee his his grandparents Mr Mrs Yale C Thorpe all of Salttf Lake City Mrs Tinah and a Mrs Carrie McGee both of4 Detroit Funeral are pendr ing in Detroit Mich f   

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