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February 14, 1974

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»C The Salt Lake Tribune. Thursday. February 14.1974 SCATTEREDr*T SHOWERS V SNOW FLURRIES RAIN WARM FRONT COLD FRONT STATIC FRONT i SHOWN Weather forecast map for Thursday tails for mostly fair skies and high temperatures in middle 40s throughout inter-mountain Region. j Clearly a Gift Sun Shines for St. Valentine 1 NiKvnal Weather Service Data t. Mostly lair skiei. during the dov »wi1n clouds ot niuht ore forecast MI Itie fnlermounlain Region. Hicjti 1 , should be in the middle 40i, with lo*^ m the upoer ?0i. TEMPERATURE CHART v l!-hr. U-hr. 14 hr ^ high taw orcc. '. UTAH Blending jfl .:0 h Btvce Canyon . ,3.' '.• .J' BuMlroa t'j .> C.edcirCi!» .. . JO JJ 1' Oelio , Grei'n River Har.vsville .. Millard Moab Oodtti Price, Pro\.o.. RondGJph .... Ricliiield Phot-nix Son Antonio 6P 82 Salt Lake Weolhtr Dolo: Precipiio- lion lor 24-hour oeriod ended W'dnc;.- dgv ot 5 o.ni. Trots. Preclpitotion lor ^eOruory, 90. Accumulotive excess. 'S Prri:ipitat:on -jincf October 1. iV;.l ^ ^,', <J< < Mrn.^ufl. C CXCCSt, ^60, d, 1 ...M t'l ..... 47 ...38 V4 IS ,1 1} :'? o M Salt Loke City « St. Geo/9e 60 Univ. 6t4Jloh 50 WcndOver J» IDAHO ...'..'.'^M Boii- Biirli-v Butt* Boiwflan Glko . Ely ... tA J< 46 41 40 41 Montana 35 43 Nevada .. Reno Winnemucca 42 62 49 M Wyoming 43 30 M .1! 18 10 25 77 24 42 19 24 19 - t 13 14 Salt Lake Ctfr, Og<J f n and Prove — r.'.c'.tiv fa<r Thursday. Variable ciauaV ncvj Thursday niyht and Friday. Lo.'.-, Thurbdav in upper 2th. Highs Tnur-.dov and Frida/ m middle <Qi. Probability o' measurable ihou-.-ers 10 n-fcenl or le^s. ihrouah Th:jr>dny night, Mostly lifihl v/lndS. Utah — Mostly (air Thursday and m '..Qyth Friday. Increasing cloudiness north Thursday nipht and chance few widely scattered showers north Friday. Little terrmerature change. Lowb Thursday 15 (a 2i and highs both days in 40s exceot laws 5 below to 10 above ond hiyhs in 20s end low 30s somp eastern valleys. Nevada — Mostly loir Thursday bui Blankets Stolen Car prowlers broke into two delivery trucks owned by Zinik's Sperlings Goods, 643 \V. 3560 South, and took five blankets, police said, the The blankets were valued at $5 each. ' lA'iJh increasing cloudiness norM 'olo Thursday ond chance of widely scattered showers Thursday night. ,V.co!!v lair Friday. Lows Tfiursdav m 20s. Highs both days in JOs. Wyoming — Partly cloudy Ihrough Fndav. Warmer days. Chance of viovv m higher portions of the northwest Thursday. High-. Thursday 35 to 4$ y/e^i, 45 *o 55 east. Lows Thursday 5 to li west, 25 to 3S east. High& Fr;da/ 40s west, 50y cast Southeast tdaho — Partly cloutiy Thursday. Pafchy foq. Choace of o tt*w snow 'Jjov/crs main I v mountains Thursday nigh), Friday clearing. Little lerrtpercik'fe chonqc. Lows moiliy m teens lo lOAr 20$. Highs in JUb central valley, 30;* elsewhere, Extended Outlook Saturday through Monday Utah — Chance of rain or snow at times mainly northwest portion. Highs 35 to 45, lows 10 to 20, exceot cooler lemoeratures continuing some eastern volleys. Nevada — Chance of some rain or snow at times mainly north portion. Temperarures neur normal. Hiahs 35 to 45, lows 5 to !5. Wyoming — Scattered snow showers west and northeast corner through period- Otherwise, little or no precipitation. Temperatures well above normal beginning of period turning cooler bv Monday. Lows 10 to 20 west and 20 to 30 east Saturday, lower ma to zero to 10 west and 10 to 20 cabt by JV.ondoy, Hiohs JUi west to mid SO;, east Saturday, lowering 'o uoper 20s west to near 40 east. Southern Idaho — Unsettled with chance i,ho,vers at tim*;> throuah or- nod but continued mild temperature;, V.'cif bipns moitJv 40.s- ond lo^ 1 JOx East highs 35 to J5 and lows 20^. Aides Trim Tally in Skimming T\\o developments Wednesday caused Salt Lake City officials to lower their estimates of possible "skimming" losses at Salt Lake City International Airport City Auditor Lawrence A. Jones said a package sent from the lot operator's main office in Buffalo, N.Y., contained several stacks of missing parking tickets. And, Police Detective Capt. Donald B. Pearson said he discovered that parking tickets validated by the airport's Kitty Hawk Dining Room had not been included in auditor's tallies. T\vo weeks ago, Mr. Jones' office began investigating possible skimming of airport parking lot receipts. The facility is leased by Air Terminal Services, Inc., with headquarters in Buffalo. Mr. Jones said. Earlier estimates of possible skimming neared 5200,000, but both Mr. Jones and Capt. Pearson said Wednesday that estimate will be substantially reduced. There's no question skimming has occurred," the captain said, "but we don't think as much has taken place now as we did before." Pardons Panel Meets Board Stays Parole Test IS beating Special to The Tribune DRAPER - A Dragerton. Carbon County, man serving Ins second lU-year-to-life sentence for .second-degree murder, was told by the Utah State Board of Pardons Wednesday his parole hearing will not be completed for a year. Howard S. Bennett. 35. imprisoned for the death of Milton J. Huntington. (>t. I J nce. while the two men were in Price Jail Sept. 1C. 1972. Board records show that he was first received at the prison Oct. 21. 1961, in connection with the shooting death of a man in a Price bar. He was paroled from that sentence May M. 1968. His hearing was continued for one year. In other action. Thomas C. Perry. 41. Niles, III., serving on a robbery conviction, was ordered paroled Feb. 11.1975. LeRoy E. . Demorest. 22. Kearns. convicted in the robbery of the Arctic Circle, 2284 E. 7000 South. Nov. 4. 1972. was told his next parole hearing will be in February, 1976. The board continued for 90 days a parole hearing for Robert E. Miller. 20,0gaen. serving 10 years to life for rape and not more than five years for carnal knowledge. Granted paroles, dates and sentence being served were Glen W. Robbins. S9. Salt Lake City. Aug. 13. 197-1. 1 !„ L'U years for burglary; Darrell Murray. 31. Tooele. Feb. 11. li/75., 1 to 20 years for forgery, and William Sutherland. 21. "Auburn, Calif.. Feb. 11. 1975. not more than five years for distributing without value a controlled substance. William Clouse. 49. Mattoon. 111., was told his l-to-20-year sentence for burglary will be terminated May 14. li*74. Tony Avery, 27. and Dennis G. Parker. 35, were told their paroles have been revoked for violations of their agreements. A\ery will be paroled again Feb. 10, 1970, and Parker Aug. 13.1974. Utahn Asks $3.15 Million In Charges Against IKS Karl J. Bray. Utah 2nd District congressional-seat hopeful, has filed a $3.15-million suit in U.S. District Court for Utah against eight Internal Revenue Service employes, a Federal Bureau of Investigation agent and a Salt Lake- County sheriff's deputy. Roland V. Wise. Utah district director of the IRS. is among the defendants. The action alleges violation of Mr. Bray's First Amendment rights and false arrest among other "injuries." The charges involve an arrest allegedly made of Mr. Bray April 19, 1973. which he claims was false. The suit says Mr. Bray was imprisoned for 24 hours, and that IRS officials broke into his office and took S30.000. The defendants also allegedly threatened buyers of Mr. Bray's book. "Taxation and Tvrannv." Bid Opening Dated on Main Street Bids 01: the proposed Main Street Beautification Project will be opened March 7, Salt Lake City commissioners agreed Wednesday. The project, target of controversy since financing was proposed under a special improvement district last year, would stretch from South Temple to Broadway (300 South) and cost about |2.S million. Designed by Chicago consultants Barton-Aschman, it would include widened sidewalks, kiosks, display cases, bus shelters, landscaping and narrowed traffic lanes. Some merchants opposed the project, said Mayor Jake Gam and city commissioners agreed to advertise for bids to determine its actual cost. The project plan estimated a $505-a-front-foot assessment for property owners. Chevcnne fitg Plncv 3* Evonston 40 RocfcSorinss J» Sheridan 50 COLORADO Denver 55 ?J Grand Junction 39 7 PACIFIC STATES Anchorage I) 5 Honolulu 78 6' Juneou 36 3! Los Angeles 62 49 Portland <t'> .~>B San Oleoo 60 « Son Francisco 53 JJ Seattle 49 41 Spokane 35 30 MIDWEST Bismarck 1 — 1 Chicago 39 Detroit 40 Oululh 9 .Kansas City 60 ^'Minneapolis 27 ^Oklahoma CHv 73 V-Omaha .....36 SULouls *,••••* ' .52 17 T 3? 14 38 30 36 EAST jNejf/York Cltv 55 s*oihington O.C 67 *.: SOUTH .Atlanta 66 -Birmingham 69 ^Uouisvltle 65 wMiaml.; 78 NevfOrleans 78 •!•••<•• , SOUTHWEST Albuquerque 59 33 ."61 Paso 71 31 •Ft. Worth 77 JJ S { Potato Output ! Dips in'73, * Utah Reports S « ^Potatoes weren't a particularly hot item in Utah farm * production during 1973 as * growers harvested 5.000 acres ^ — second smallest acreage in Jj more than 100 years. | The Utah Crop and Livo| stock Reporting Service said | Wednesday production of « 1,100,000 hundredweight, how- I' ever, was the largest crop | since 1969 and 9 percent above .^ the IS72 crop. S Stocks of potatoes held by £ growers, local dealers and one ^processing plant totaled g 340,000 hundredweight Feb. 1. s compared with 356,000 a year .; ago on that date. $ Golf Clubs Gone 4. •°l A set of golf club?, including A three woods, seven irons and a >'• putter',was reported missing -'by G. Ray Glad, 1561 Lv 13-nd '^South, sheriff's deputies said. l;flie clubs, valued at S190, i.vvere located in the victim's ^garage. MOVIE AUDIENCE * * * *, *GUIDE* * * *• * Enjoy early supper at the Athenian. You'll like the entertainment and the low prices. «fcj? GRECIAN SPECIAL DINNER DINNER «. , <">ni P let<> Early Special 5 PM to 8 PM Won thru FrT , Bouzouki Music 6:30 PM i First Show Mid-Eastern Dancer 7 PM Regular menu prices until 1 AM Athenian 363-1387 FwPaikmft 247 East 2nd South Ballet West lA'il'jmFCMMSP.ArMlierjncliX ' Win Us IK* Ey^s'arry Orcrelra. Kaucit! «b'fvanei. ttocal OHKIOI ri\. . . Plus Two FEBRUARY 20-23 Kingsbury Hall Tickets-Doynes Music, 145 S. State-322-1636 BEEFEATERS INN NOW OPEN FOR LUNCH 11 A.M. 2903 Highland Dr. 466-0880 SPECIAL CHINESE DINNER for TWO • Pork Chow Mein • Ham fried Rice • Sweet I Sour Spare Bibs 7640 South State 23 East 21st South 255-846? 466-9352 III /O Vrr (PICK UP ORDES5' ' TILL 10 P.M. EVERY DAY OPEN DAILY 11:30 AJH. TO 2:00 A.M. ELECTRA STEREO COMPONENT AM/FM WITH 8-TRACK TAPE PLAYER FREIGHT OUTLET 916 So. Main 1080 East 21st So. 4265 Riverdale Rd. in Ogden THE SWEETEST HEARTS IN TOWN! &<2 COTTO.XWOOD M4LL VALLEY FAIR MALL FASH1O> PLACE MALL L'528 FOOTHILL OKI VE 1559 E. STRATFOItf) AYE. 3937 "B" WASATCH BLVD. 2152 SOUTH 700 EAST 110 NORTH STHViEST 3364 SOUTH 2300 EAST 754 SOUTH TEMPLE LO-COST FOODS BETTY COMPLETE CHILI °INI»R SERVES 5 BASKET 602 WEST NORTH TEMPLE • • 1C ^^^^H^aMMVBVBBV^B^BMHM^^^^ 9A.M.-9 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK We Accept Food Stomps, Walker Bankard, BankAmericard, Master Charge. Includes Pre-Cooked Beans Tomato Sauce and Seasoning; #10 CAN INSTANT POTATOES TURKEY ROASTS Lb. TURKEYS "C" GRADE , JUST IN TIME FOR VALENTINES Jt A - 1L CHOCOLATES 99 UPTON DRINK MIXES COMPLETE INCLUDING SUGAR ORANGE GRAPE LEMON CHERRY PUNCH SARDINES IN OIL CANS FULL 2-LB. CAN PILLSBURY ONE PAN DINNERS r Complete with potatoes, or beans or rice and gr and sauce mixes. SEGO DIET POWDERS ••RMBHBBMBMRI READY TO EAT CEREAL CORN FLAKES PINK COLOR PKGS. ' ^S"'"* 'of GENfMl cudi- encei. AH oget cilmin*d TERRY CLOTH DISH RAGS 2 Be FOR 8-Oz. CAN MYCO BRAND OYSTERS CAN DILL PICKLES QUART SIZE *nt« (porento! guidonte jug/. All agn odmift«) -tj-STIjICIHI — Persons UIX)N 17 ftot admitted, unless accompanied by parent or odult guerdien. nat >n mined Ut. Delicious APPLES Green Slicing CUCUMBERS large CABBAGE HEADS EACH POT ROAST ~ B.B.Q. RIB — CHICKEN PORK CHOP — REG. 79c SERVES 4 OR 5 All VEGETABLE MARCARINE $1 IBS. I CUBED mmm No. II N«w White POTATOES WHOLE FRYERS mamma GR, PATTY MEAT IB. BAR-S HAM 5-LB. CAN 49 LIQUID SOAP 22-OZ. SIZE PORK ROAST •MHPnUH. LEAN END CUT PORK CHOPS LB. HAM Large CELERY 3 $100 Sfelki I Banana SQUASH BONELESS HEADY TO EAT XTra Swert Irg. ORANGES