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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1973, Salt Lake City, Utah                              31 The SaK Trfrw Saturday October 201J73 Vital News of Record Intelmountain Obituaries County commissioners check out a Transit Authority bus before vote Bill Moss at right Stanley M Smoot and Glen W Flint Davis Regional Program Transit Issue on Davis Ballot Special to The Tribune FARMINGTONDavis County voters will be asked Nov G if the county should join the Utah Transit Authori ty as part of a regional transit program the Davis County Commission announced Friday The commission said the transit question will be includ ed on the Nov 6 municipal ballot in the countys 16 cities and a special election will be held at the same time in the unincorporated areas of the county Transit Issue The transit issue will also be on the ballot in Weber Grin and Bear It By Lichty A computer couldnt have matched us better dear You like to read books and I like to build bookshelves SL Area Briefs Driver Escapes Injury JL v In Explosive Accident A young motorist escaped serious injury in a crash al most directly in front of his home 1723 S West Temple Friday about pm Police Officer Charles Kickenlooper said the car of Scott Jackson Kiter 18 liter ally exploded when the young man collided with a util ity pole a tree and a parking sign Officer Hickenlooper said the cars gas tank was found 300 feet away The rear er flew across the street and through the wall of a house Power was knocked out from 300 West to Main Street and from 5th South to 21st South for almost two hours The vehicle sheared the utility pole dropping power lines on the road the officer said He estimated damage at about not including the de stroyed car He said Mr Kiter was trav eling at what witnesses de scribed as a high rate of speed and apparently lost control of his vehicle He was treated and released at University Medical Center County Davis and Weber counties are asking voter approval to become part of the UTA Terms of the annexation in clude purchase ef three Ogden based and one Salt Lake City based bus lines and financing the transit operations with funds appropriated by the state legislature from liquor sales profits Davis County would contribute over for the first years operation If the counties join the UTA bus service will be provided and then expanded Join UTA The county commissioners are not obligated to join the UTA if the transit issue pass es and can determine if a delay is needed before joining the authority Commissioner Stanley E Smoot said if the issue is passed by a sizable majority the county could be come a part of the UTA as early as March 11974 The commissioner said pub lic information meetings wiH held throughout the county to educate the people oa the transit question Meetings will be Oct 30 in the South Davis Library Cultural Center at pm and the Taylor Ele mentary School in Centerville at 7 pm and Nov 1 in the Layton High School at 7 pm and the Wasatch Elementary School in Clearfield at pm Utafan73 Dies in Hospital No Showups at SL Signup No one showed up Friday at the Salt Lake County Clerks Office daring a special voter registration period to handle any applicant who thought he was rejected by neighborhood registration agents on the grounds of residency The attorney generals office had advised the special regis tration period upon inquiry from the county clerk in response to a report from Salt Lake City Commission candidate Glen Greener that some persons had been denied registration Blaze Damages Two Garages Fire damaged two neigh boring garages at 1205 and 1207 lola Ave 340 Fri day about 6 pm Battalion Chief S I Ferris Salt Lake City Fire Depart ment said the blaze was apparently started by children playing with matches It start ed in the garage of Emil Koch 1205 Tola Ave and spread to the roof of the other structure part of a rental unit owned by Dr Stewart Wright 1978 Sheridan Rd 1335 Damage was estimated at to Mr Kochs garage and to theother Loran A Creglow 73 1915 Laird Ave 1200 re tired directorof research for United States Smelting Refining Mining Co Midvale labo ratory died Thursday in a Salt Lake hos pital of natu ral causes Mr Creglow was a 35year veteran with Mr Creglow UV Industries formerly United States Smelting Refin ing Mining Co Born Nov 8 1899 in Rock Rapids Iowa to John S and Bertha Colberg Creglow be married Ada L Hensel in 1931 She died in 1936 He was a graduate of Stanford University Survivors a son Andrew H St Louis Mo a gandson and two sisters Mrs W A Tuttle Salt Lake City Mrs Einar Anderson Rock Rapids Funeral services will be Monday at 11 am at 574 E 1st South where friends may call Sunday from 7S pm The family suggests contributions to the Heart Assn or the Ar thritis Foundation Salt Lake Police Docket Complaints registered with Loke City police during the 24haur ended am Friday In Burglaries 260 E St tools 72 W 4th South cosh funs J40 220 University St 1340 tape player speakers iHO 11 iMst Ave silver dollars 2012l3th East television tape deck camera telephota lens en gagement ring 13206 1118 Windsor 860 skis 1722 W 4th North guns 1170 153 W Plerpant 2X0 violin stereo clock radio Tfcefts 726 Wall St SO 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air 40 Exchange PI 355 contents East carpet East tire wheel hubcap 575 172 W Clinton Ave 640 tools tool box 1250 18722nd East glasses pliers light car 141 E 1st South trailer hitch 1675 N West Temple suns knives 1200 W 7th North bike 1345 W 8th South car stereo car 485 H 12th West Chevrolet Bel Air 125 S 9th West cash Sl500 868 Kamona Ave 1935 battery 650 E 4th South gas welding kit S150 127 Regent St 40 talkas SI 00 1100 S Main 1973 Plymouth Ouster 52600 122 W South Temple luggage clothes speakers television S Main 1971 Chevrolet Maiibu 525 Strlngham Ave 2285 car radio 580 cor 278 B St bike 370 E 2nd South meat S12 210021st East air tank timing lights wrenches 1251 562 Center 201 1964 Chevrolet Impala 525 S State 1973 MercedesBenz 112000 128 Hampton Ave 1135 1952 Chevrolet 525 Stringham Ave 2285 radio 2207 Lake 740 stereo speakers car 1374 Oupont Ave stereo car Shopliftings 300 N 3rd West gloves film S3990 2705 Parleys Way 2120 ring Recovered Stolen Vehicles 1000 S Main 1963 Mercury Montcloir 3310 S Main 1964 Volkswagen 530 Colorado 1340 1965 Chevrolet Sheriffs Docket Complaints registered with the Salt Lake County sheriff during the 24hour period ended am Friday include Burglaries 4604 Woodduck St 1000 cash S190 4740 Woodduck St 1000 television wrist watches camera rings coin collection 52250 1725 Monte Carlo Dr 5900 television S200 E 48th South checks change S10 S 4380 West guns 5968 Village Rd IMS 1348 E 39th South stereo tope box Thefts 1595 E Vine 22 bike S49 3500 S 27th West clothes S37 cor 2541 Campus Dr 7HO stereo 5200 car 3774 Brookwood Dr shocks car 4333 Diana Wy 4035 tires rims S500 car 3809 S West Temple convertible top S200 car 2232 Alvo Cir 2300 kike S199 4S87 W 50SS South bike Silo East 90S 5755 Shopliftings 6400 S Stqte cartrldBcs 15 re 4835 Highland Dr clothes S20 City Criminal Court Seutencings John Alfonson Russc 37 4076 Court Ave 3100 gam bling stricken Begaye 26 transient drunk stricken Raynold Begay 19 415 East South drunk stricken Alfred Willie 31 468 W 2nd South drunk stricken David Keith Thorpe 23 1869 W 5400 South Murray drunk stricken Fannie Sanders 37 1772 W 4700 South trunk stricken Gorham Leslie Strong 56 1127 Indiana Ave 802 drunk 90 days court retains jurisdiction Ross Meastas 34 557 VV 200 North drunk 90 days court retains Jurisdiction Stanley Davis 30 Lukachukal Ariz drunk 39 eiavs court retains turisdictlon Benson Parker 18 Intermoun tain Indian School drunk stricken Lester Ross Marshall 24 573 E Wi South drunkstricken Nathan Hickmon 44 transient drunk stricken Robert Terrill Murray 33 25 V Ave Murray drunk stricken Donna Lee Norwood 2i 879 Everett Ave 1447 drunk stricken Frederick Nelson 2V 4177 W 3280 South Granger thett stricken Jelfery King Simmons 20 425 S 4055 West reckless driving stricken Leonard Dean Gardner 44 tran sient shoplifting 30 days in iail Harvey Elmer Anderson 54 241 S State No 5 drunk stricken Glades Ross Huss 57 44S1 W 4925 South Kearns drunk stricken Vincent Alexander Cox 49 tran sient drunk stricken Jgmej Frank Williams 21 Inter moonialn ifldlon School Brlfham City drunk stricken Evelyn Davis 24 H 13th West aetty larceny stricken Ronald Greta 24 S 3830 West West Jordan drunk 1 day Judy K Bodily 26 4300 W 5540 South shoplifting tine If days in lall David William Russo 23 460 Accord Way 4225 gam bling stricken Kerry Lynn Camomile 18 3917 S 5200 West thett 7 days retains lurlsdlctlan Royal Georgt M 242 W South Ttmple drunk 19 days and ISO tine Tomora Smith 30 200 S SOI West ttul end abusive tonguooe dismissed resisting arrtst MS tine endS days Chauncer James Friday jr 33 5445th East drunk 14 days ail court retains lurlsdlclion Jesse Laughllna 51 Irlgham Clly drunk 7 days loll court retains jurisdiction Lorry Glenn Johnston 35 29429th East drunk stricken case may be prosecuted Jarvls Eugene Padoett 47 127 W 4th South petty larceny 30 days loll court retains jurisdiction James Taylor 37 transient drunk stricken case may be prasectuted Joseph Albert Sams 23 4908 Odell Dr 3570 drunk stricken case may be prosecuted Dismissals Thomas E Harrison 23 4512785 East unlawful eossesion of con trolled substance theft drunk Nicky Rudy Madrid 22 526 S 900 West burglary Third District Court Judgments Granted Georflo Boot Division USI vsi Jonoe Carson dba The Horse House plaintiff awarded 8 percent Interest duality Oil and Tire Co vs Gary J Ferguson dba Garys Competition Corner ilolntift awarded 1103635 19 percent In terest Jack M Gertino vs Flovde Jockstn dba Cardinal Equipment Co plaintiff awarded 6 Interest Thorpe Commercial Cora vs Larry Clark and Calvin Clark dba C Brothers Co plaintiff awarded Nationwide Financial Corp vs Leonard W Burr and Karren S Burr plaintiff awarded 8 percent Interest Rubber Engineering and Manu facturing Co vs Rocky Mountain Arms Corp plaintiff awarded 1 percent interest Pugsley Haves Watklss Camp bell and Cowley vs Glen M Wasden and Albert E Mann plaintiff awarded 5964780 8 percent interest HTJ Company vs Eric K Rein hold oka Eric Eeinhold end Lillian Reinhald plaintiff awarded General Electric vs Western Home Builders alolntiff warded Dura Crete Inc vs A Ronald Elliott dba Elliott Construction awarded SI 772 18 percent interest Western Bonded Collections Inc vs Marion Janis plaintiff award ed S47i081 8 percent Interest Dura Crete Inc vs V R Vern Leffwich dba Leftwlch Construction Co plaintiff awarded 5136429 State at Utah vs George Pappos and Leila B Peppas Valley Bonk and Trust Sherman G Kay dba Towhe Tavern defendants award ed Sate of Utah vs Richard Ray Hpmbleton plaintiff awarded State of Utah Road Department vs L Stanley Fuller Siddle Ful ler V A Gustofson Soren E Pe terson and Luella Peterson de fendantsawarded S4000 Rail Ops Credit Union vs Diane Stavelev Donald Deon Stovcley and Ronald D Olsen plaintiff awarded 8 peraent Iritsrest Divor As Granted Terry Morrill vs Kenneth Lee Wlorrill mental cruelty plaintiff granted decree custody minor child S60 per month child support per month alimony Kenno Lee Sorenson Maslowskl vs David E Maslowskl menial cruelty plaintiff granted decree resttrotion maiden name Brunisholz vs Albert Fronk Brunisholz mental cruelty plaintiff aranted decree custody miner children per month child support per month ali mony Lyn Bell vs Michael W Sell mental cruelty plaintiff granted decree custody minor children per monthchild support aeryeoralimany Susan Woodland Winner vs John Winner mental cruelty plaintiff granted decree restoration maiden name Albert Ouane Winn vs Barbara Ann Winn mental cruelty plaintiff granted decree Rebecca Smith Barren vs Wil liam R Barren mental cruelty plaintiff granted decree restiration maiden name Joseph P Espinoza vs Judy Ann Esplnozd mental cruelty plaintiff granted decree defendant granted custody minor children per month child support per month alimony Ciaudia P Edde vs Joseph Thurlond Edde mental cruelty plaintiff granted decree custody minor child per month child support per year ollmonv Betty Sue P Nicholson vs David Ralph Nichelson mental cruelty plaintiff granted decree custody minor per month child support per year alimony Work Engar Listen vs Kathy Lavoto Llson mental cruelty plaintiff decree Mary Ann Gull vs Gerold E Gull cruelty plaintiff decree cutodv mintr children per month child support Christine E Smith vs Stephon C Smith mental cruelty plaintiff granted decree custody minor child per month child support Martha Ellane Peorman vs Edward Eugene Peormin mentol cruelty decree granted plaintiff granted custody minor children per month child support per month alimony Joyce Dancer vs Dewey Danc er mental cruelty plaintiff grant ed decree custody minor child per month child support Dawn M Bemis vs John Lvle Bemls mentalcruelty plaintiff granted decree custody minor child per month child support SI per vsar alimony Undo Lliyd Hart vs David Alan Hart mentol cruelty plaintiff granted decree iudgmenlfef Kent A Cameron vs Lea Mackoy Cameron mental cruelty decree granted Salt Lake Area Births Girths recorded by Salt Loke area hospitals during the 24 hour ocriod ended 9 pm Friday In clude Mr and Mrs John Bennett 3446 S 7540 West Magna daughter Mr and Mrs Roy Hows 2759 S 6500 West Maano daughter LDS Hospital Mr and Mrs Craig Hanson 3544 Green Hills Sandy daughter Mr and Mrs Crolg D Steohenson 13731500 East son Mr and Mrs Edward Zlebrr 229 E St daughter Mr and Mrs LaVellStreet Park City daughter Cottonwood Hospital Mr and Mrs Jamet M Dalton 53 Elm Ave Murray daughter Mr and Mrs Woodson E Davis 3545 W 4400 South Granger daughter Mr and M Jones 10420 S IOO West South Jordan son Mr ond Mrs Joy R Laws 1902 Meadow Or daughter Mr and Mrs Dee T Llnge 109 W 6025 Sojth Morroy daughter Mr ana Mrs Harold S Rosenhon 651 E Ncwbold Cl Midvale son Mr ond Mrs Michael Smith 1235 E daughter Mr and Mrs Dennis Wilcex 6682 Dixie Dr West Jordon daughter South Davis Community Hospital Mr ond Mrs Paul Sanchez 1495 W Russet Ave son Holy Cross Hospital Mr ono Mrs Raymohd Browr ne 719 N Ruflln Woids Cross daughter Mr and Mrt Jay L Stokes 572 Pezcl Rd daughter Mr ant Mrs Robert 4246 Nielsen Way daughter Mr ond Mrs Larry Hardy 93 N Porker Way son Mr and Mrs Don Uttlewood 756 Elm Ave son Mr and Mrs Edward Paul McKlnley 990 E West son Mrs Zclma Sewell 550 N Redwood Rd son University Hospital Mr and Mrs Nolan Hill 4095 Olympla Way son Edward T Painter TOOELE J Palmer Tooele in o Lake home ral causes Oct 171973 I Born Dec 31 Plain City t Webtr tp Alfred J a n dl K e t u r o hi Slater Palnvl er Married Frances June 17 Idaho Rancher in mining contractor leaser for Com blned Metals and Reduction Co ond United States Smelt int Refining and Mining Co retired In Survivors widow sons daughter Frank Tooele Rex Ray Edword L lond Ore Mrs Marguerite Rsbinette Brighom City five grandchildren nine great grandchildren brother Glen Grace Idahe Funeral Tuesday 11 em Mortuary where friends coil Monday 79 pfnr and Tuesday ane hour before ser vices Burial Ogden City Cemetery with graveside ser vices at 2 pm Mary J Bell SOUTH OGDEN Mary Alberta Jones Bell 76 South Ogden died Oct 18 in ah Ogden hospital of heart fail ure Barn Nov 25 1896 Malad Idaho to Benjamin D and Claudia Richards Janes Mar ried William Arvel Bell June 2 Idaho solemnized Legan LDS Temple Former school teacher Ac tive in LDS Church Farmer employe 16 years Clecrfield Naval Supply Depot Survivors husband sons daughter William A Jr Portage Box Elder County Devere D Mrs Edis lleen Henderson both Ogden 19 15 great grandchildren sisters Mrs Clarence Edith McGee May wood Calif Mrs Mabel Madden Norwalk Calif Funeral Monday 11 am Lindquist and Sons Mortuary where friends call Sunday 68 pm Monday prior to servic es Burial Washington Heights Memorial Park Dominick Escoubat PRICE Dominick Frenchle Escoubat 69 Price died Oct 19 in a Priqe hospital after a long illness Born Feb 14 Paris France to Benvard and Vernick Escoubat Married Ernestine Musso Dec30 1930 Grand Junction Colp Member Catholic Church Survivors widow sons daughters Charles Katherine Escoubat Susan Escoubat Mrs Alferd Yvonne Oliver Mrs Barmy Carol Henrie all Price Frank Henry both Sacramento Rex RoseAnn Moosman Elmo Emery County Mrs Dennis Blqnton Murray 14 iraadchlldren two sisters in France Funeral mass Tuesov 10am Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church Ro sary Monday 8 pm Mitchell Funeral Chapel where friends call Sunday Monday Tuesday prior to services Burial Price City Cemetery Tedd HEBER CITY Todd Broadhead infant son of Wayne and Linda Marsh Broadhead Heber City died Oct 18 in Salt Lake hospi tal of natural causes Born Oct 16 1973 Heber City Survivors parents broth ers Troy Travis both Heber City grandparents Mr arid Mrs Hal Mecham WallsHurg Wasatch Ctunty Robert Marsh Mrs Darlene Marsh both Heber Cify oreatgrondparenis Mr and Mrs Howard Hatfield Mr and Mrs Clifton Marsh Maplefon Utah County Graveside services Monday 2 pm Heber City Cemetery Friends call Olpin Mortuary Sunday 78 pm Monday prior to services Jerimy McClellan MONROE Sevier County Funeral services were held Friday for Jerimv K McClel lan infant son of Brent 1C Pamalo Jeane Sargent McClellan Monroe who died Oct 17 1973 in a Richfield hospital of natural causes Survivors parents grand parents Mr oact Mrs Dewey Sargent Mrs Hurley McClellan all Monroe Mr Nial McClellan Salt Lake City r greatgrandparents Mrs Violet Sargent Marvsvale Piute County Mrs Margaret Quinn Salt Lake City Mr and Mrs LaVon Pope Monroe Burial Monroe Cemetery Lisa Eerin Roberts TWIN FALLS IDAHO Lisa Eerin Roberts infant daughter of Paul and Judy Roberts Twin Falls died Oct 18 in a Twin Falls hos pital of natural causes Born Oct 16 1973 Twin Falls Survivors parents broth er Kerry Twin Falls grandparents Mr and Mrs Clare Roberts Seattle Mr and Mrs John B Gardner Salt Lake City great grandparents JohnA Moulton Jackson Wyo Paul L Roberts Michigan Graveside services Satur day 11 am Holladoy Memo rial Park Holladay Utah Matthew Ray Lund MAGNA Lund infant son of Byron K and Pat Lewis Lund 3429 S 8280 West died Oct 18 in o Salt Lake hospital of natural causes Born Oct 18 1973 Salt Lake City Survivors parents sisters Lisa Julie both Magna grandparents Mr and Mrs Howard Lund Mr and Mrs Mike Rossi all Magna Graveside services Satur day 4 pm Valley View Me rnprial Park Vernon Philipsen ALHAMBRA CALIF Funeral services were in California for Vernon Philipsen 61 former Salt Lake City resident who died Oct 16 in an Alhambra hos pital af natural causes Survivors widow Alice Alhambra daughter Cristy Fowler California 2 grand children Buy Rent or Sell With a Qaasifiedt Jtsepfc S Mackey RICHFIELD Samuel Mockey RlchfltH died Oct 19 i in o Salt Lake hospital of lions after t surgery Born April 3 1 95 Sevier to Samuel and Charlotte Levlj AAackey Mar ried Ferrel Jularwter March 29 Ittt Temple Farmer HUh nrltst Rich fleltf 4th LDS Ward wMow daugh ter Mis Lorio Shirley Dunn Salt City 2 sisters Mrs Orin Jean Christensen Rith field Mrs Willtam Flor ence Sessltns Taoele Funeral Monday 1 pm Richfield LOS Ward chapel Friends call Magleby Mortuary Monday IV am until services Burial Rich field Cemetery Foss H Robinson RICHARDSON TEX Foss Harper Robinson S3 Richardson died Oct 17 in a Dallas hospital if a heart attack Born April 19 1920 Burlev Idaho to Franklin D and Ella Mae Harper Robinson Married Leona K Nicholas divorced Married Jennie Raye Lundy April 30 Mobile Ala Former Ogden Utah resident Veteran WVV II Former employe Hill AFB Active in LDS Church Survivtrs widow sons Raymond Belgium Gregory Salt Lake City Allan Rich ardson brothers sisters Franklin D Willard R Mrs He ward Barbara Jackson Salt Lake City Mrs Dell W Delila Cook Mrs Wood raw W Beth Coll Keith 0 Thomas H all Ogden Mrs Cecil Cello Satterthwaite Mrs W Hazel Crawther both Harrisville Weber County Mrs Joseph A Sail Oborn Pocatello Funerel Monday 11 am Chapel of Flowers Mortuary Ogden where friends call Sunday 68 pm Monday orior to services Burial Salt Lake City Cemetery Family suggests contributions to American Heart Assn Fere Patterson ROY Fern Alberta Nielsen Patterson Roy died Oct 19 at home after a long illness Born Oct t 1907 Hunts vllle Weber County to Lars Peter and Catherine Fhurston Nielsen Married J Alex Patterson Feb 23 1928 Salt Lake LDS Temple He died 1973 Active In LDS Church Former school teacher Weber District Survivors daughters Mrs John Fern Nelson Mrs Dilworth Faun Lyman Mrs Jack Kathryn Stark Mrs James Betty Culvert June Patterson Rov Mrs Clarence B Mary Guiver Sunset Fae Patterson Dayton Idaho 12 grandchildren sisters Mrs Jack Veneta Davies Provo Mrs Arthur Ivy Simpson Huntsville Mrs Thomas Vilate Bullock Midvale Funeral Monday 11 Roy 14th LDS Ward Friends cell Myers Mortuary Sunday 79 pm hour prior ssrviaes Burial Ray Cemetery David W Evans CEDAR CITY David William Evans 82 Cedar City died Oct IB in Murray of natural causes Born Sept 7 1891 Panguitch to Matthew Wil liam and Annie Clove Evans Married Phyllis May Gillo April 1 1914 Salt Lke LBS Temple Active in LDS Church Survivors widow sons daughters Jack G Ogden Grant Denver Mrs Myrtle Davis Cedar City Mrs Jack Panguitch Mrs E Cqrrall Dorothy Adalr Kearns Mrs Kermlt Delores Wayne Las Vegas Nev 12 grandchildren 11 great grandchildren brothers sis ter Ted Logan John C Oakland Calif Mrs Less LaVern Carter Ogden Funeral Monday 2 em Spilsbury and Graff Mortu ary where friends call Sun day 78 pm Monday pm until services Burial Cedar City Cemetery Funerab CREGLOW Funeral services for Laron Creglowwill be conduct ed II am Monday Evans arid Early 574 East First South Where friends may call Sunday evening 7t pm Family suggest friends moke contributions to the Heart or Arthritis Funds Crema tion ot the Shrine of Memories Mausoleum Funeral directors Evans and Early ADAMS Funeral services for Kate B Adams will be held Satur day at 1 pm In the JenkinsSoffe Mortuary South State where friends may call Friday from 6 to 8 pm and Saturday ane hour prior to services Interment Salt Lake City Cemetery Funeral Bi rectors VC Sotf e fe Sore PEASE Funeral services for Harry Elias Pease will be held Saturday 10 am in the Larkin Mortuary Chapel 260 East South Temple Where friends may call Friday 68 pm and one hour prior to services Interment Wa satch Lawn Memorial Park Fu nerardlrectors Lorkin Mortuary KILLEN Funeral services tor MaryElizabeth Killen will be con ducted 11 am Saturday at Evans and Early 574 East 1st South where friends may call at service time Interment Mount Olivet Funerai directors Bvons ond Early GRASKEY Funeral Services for Agnes A Graskey will be held Saturday 11 am Redwood Memo rial Estates Mortuary 4500 South Redwood where friends may call one hour prior to service Interment Redwood Memorial Estates Funeral Directors Memo rial Estates Mortuary BROWN FLORAL CO FREE DELIVERY 3645544 M W Md i BERGSTEDT FuneroVmvfc1 cs lor Woldemor Serastedt will be held Saturdov 12 Soon In EdsehtH 1750 South ISM East Friends may coll ot the Lafkin Mortuary 260 East South Temple Friday trom frSpm and Saturday ot the ward one hour prior to services Interment In the Wasotch Lawn Memorial folk Funeral directors Lorkln Morturovj Funeral servic es for Eleanor Jane Shephord Blackburn wlirbe Jield Saturday 11 em In the Sunset Lawn Mortu ary Chapel J350 East 13th South wherejrlends may call Prldnv pm and Saturday one hour Pritr Interment Sunset Lawn Cemetery Funeral Directors Mackay Sunset Lawn Mortuary PEARSON FLORAL 1560 E 33rd So 4671539 MILDREDS FLOWERS 4867267 1522 E 33rd So NOTICE SALE MPTICE 15 HEftEBY GIVEN that the loara of Education Salt take City to sell the followlna desoribed property known as Irvlna Junior HUh School ste East 21st South Street Self LcKe City Utah and oil aerma nent Improvements situated Beginnlna o point thot Is 405 feet Eost ot the Southwest corner ot Lot 2 BlocX 1 A tig Field Survey runnlna thence North 2871 feet thence West 256 feet to the center line at Let 3 ot said Block 1 thence North 43065 feet thence East 2145 thence South 551 feet thenae Eost 1329 feet theflCe South teet thenae West 3289 feet mere or less to the Eost line of Elizabeth Street and the ot bealnnlnf Contain 537 Acres Open biddlno shall atmmence In the Board Room of the Adminis tration Bulldlnu of the ot Education at Salt Lake City 44i East First South Salt Lake City Utah on November 20 W3 at 2 aclotk am A twentyfour hour oerlod shall ae allowed to submit a bid deposit and performance guaranty in the form of o cash iers er certified check In the sum of of the highest total areposed aid A minimum accepta ble bid shall be in excess 565000000 Such cheok shall be mode payable to the oraer ot the Board of Education af Salt Lake City Siddlno will proceed by having the completed bid forms gathered The apparent hlah bidder will then be announced and new bid forrris distributed to Inferested bidders These will in turn be gathered and the praeedurt until the apparent hioh eid is ascer tained The aldders shall expressly state terms af payment desired ing the rate af interest to be paid all unpaid balances on the price otter the closing date The bid deposit ond performance guaranty checks af all except the highest bidders shall be re turned at the time kidding te closed The bids the three high est bidders shall ae referred to the Board ot Education for consid eration and appropriate action Eacb thethree highest bidders will be ofine Identity fhe hlghest acceptable bidder if any within a reasonable time after the closing of bidding The deposit and performance guaranty checks ef the relected bidders shall be returned promptly offer the decision as to which bid is the highest acceptable bid if any The Soord of Education of Soli Lake City reserves the rights lo rciect any and all proposols lo waive in its discretion defects In bids or other submissions to accept any bid determined by it in its sale and exclusive discre tion to be in the best Interests ot the Salt Lake City Schoil District The purchase shall ot the offices of the Board tf Educa tlon of Salt Lake City by the pay ment ot the purchase prlctln full or by the payment of thei agreed down payment and the execution and delivery of oil necessary struments on or before 39 days following the giving Notice a Acceptance of the successful bid if any All instruments shall be subiect to approval and ccceot once by counsel for the seller In the event the successful bldtisr if any foils to fufill the bid by clos ing the purchase ot the protertv by the Closing Dote such bidders bid deposit and performance guar anty shall be retained by the Beard as agreed and liquidated damages Possession said prop erty sholl be retointd by Hie Board of Education ot Salt Lake City until the formal cltsing of the transaction Tite purchoier as sums all responsibility br general property foxes inasmuft as the property has not been ttted while owned by the Board of Education The purchasers will be furnished with Title Insurance in th amount sf the purchase price In case none of the bidlis satis factory all shall be Checks of rejected biddes sholl be returned an or before Novtm ber 3T Bid forms may be obtahed at the office of the Director at Build ings and Grounds 440 Cast First South Salt Lakt City Ufjh or they will be moiled upon ecelpt of application BOARD OF EDUCATION OF SALT LAKE CITY B1M Jahn Crowford JL NOTICE OF ZONING HE ARIJte NOTICE IS HEREIY GIVEMSF a public bearing to be held in Raem 404 City Ctunty BtUtf ing Salt Lake City Salt Ijke Ctunty Utah an Thursday No vember If73 ot am 0Ckck before the Coun ty Commissioners Salt lake County an the ftlliwlng tlons reouestlni rejinins tf I the fslltwlna described in Silt Lake County Utah i 1 To amend the moo of the Hglladay Planning District by reclassffying the allowing de scribed property fron Residential Zone R210H to Residential Zone RM as listed ohtJel Application Ho 1986 filed bv Otase Qrlggs and located East BOO South I Commencing 1065 Clainsj and 529 chains Easr from tho Northwest corner tf section 10 Township 2 South Rarije l Easl Salt Lake Meridian East teet South East fed South 4330 West 40i7 iect mofe or less North 4550 Vest Ui feet more or less to o point diit South from beginnini Nirth 70fi teet to beginning 2 To amend the mop olthe Cot tonwood Heights Wannind District by reclassifving the following di scribed property from Residential to fcesidenllq Zone K2S as listed under Apeicatlon No 1967 filed by Garth S Vrishi and located at 2000 Eat 7203 South Commencing iS Rtds Norti frtni the Southeast corner of thelNorHv cost A Section 28 2 South Range 1 East Salt Lake Meridian North 12 Rids vjest 20 South 12 Rod Eist 30 Rods to Beginning i jari af County Ctnjmisioners If Salt Lake Countr SALPH YMcCLUSE Chairman Attest i i W STERLING EVANS County Clerk INVITATION t BID Sealed bids will bv the Purchasing Agent bt the Trea surers Office UTAH tECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOJ1395 North 150 East Pravo UtoHJ4601 for the PURCHASE of thi following items Requisition No 1922 J Buildings and Grounds Air compresor Requisition No 3539 Ware house Camera plots fllii and de veloper Requisition No 439 VPrint room Sorter Requisition S162 turldings and Grtunds 3i T pickup I A IMC are Requisition No 7043 Prelection screens Reaulsltion No 7044 Overhead arolectirs Bids will ke accepted am on ctober 30 1973 will ke sealed In e separate lope with reaulsition numb bit ooeninf date outside af each envelouc Bid forms ond available In the Treasurers Clicc The Colteee reserves the rial to reject any or oil kids and ta waive any irregularities or ifor molitics in Interest af the tol lege REED R ALLEN 801 Purchasing Aceri NOTICE OF Roosevelt City win accept bids for construction of a 5050 foit Underdraln System City property locotsd west af Street ond south of Highway 40 Eond is Wuired rtttl bid Bide will be accepted at ttc RMtcvelt City untli Pm October 231W3 Bidders will hove opportunity i observe underground condition i prior to bid eoenlno Plans and speculations will ke available ot the Roosevell City Olllce The City fnervrf right ta relwt ony and all bids JOSEPHINE YERGENSEN Roosevell Rectrder Published Oct 11 an 181973 Ulntoh Basin Standard Published week ol at 15197S Hews Salt Lake Tribime B44   

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