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-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Monday. October 4, 1976 r Local Obituaries I Swine Flu Now in Utah; Hilde C. Nelson SPIUNGVIU.F, Hilda Clegg Nelson, 69. 0(47.1 S. 400 K.. died of complications following heart surgery on Sunday. Oct, 3. I!)7fi at her home. She was horn April 24, 1907 in Springvillc. the daughter of Kastham anil Unira l.arsen (,'legg. She married Dr. Boyd 10. Nelson on' May 2,1, 1935 in St. !,<iuls,, Mo. The marriage later wast'solemnized in the Sail l^ake U)S temple. •Mrs. Nelson made her home in St. .Ixjuis, New .Jersey, and in Ogden. She returned to Springvilln in 1970. She was a graduate (If IIYU with a Normal Certificate and received a U.S. degree in .education at Trenton Slate,College. She had taught school It) the Nebo School District and in New Jersey. 'Mrs. Nelson was a member of the IHJP, ladies Literary Club, Sprhigville Art Association and Springville Senior Citizens. She also was'active in the I,I)S Church and held positions in the Belief Society, Sunday School, and MIA.. S|\c is survived by her husband arid two sous, Dr. Boyd K. Nelson Jr., Dccalur, 111., and Hay W. Nelson, I'easacola, Kla.; fi^o- iraritlchildren, and three sisters,' Sirs. 'Leslie (LauraI Sfrnpsog.t I'laccrville, Calif.; fJ\rs. C.' Kdward (Leonal P-ourtsen a»d Mrs. Grant (Marie) Peay,»bpth ol Springville. 'Kurteral services will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. in Ihc 15th UOS Ward Chapel, located in the •Kolob «(,akc Center. Bishop Eldon Keese will officiate. I 'Friends may call at Wheeler •Mortuary Tuesday from 7 to 9 J)im., or Wednesday from 11:30 !a)ni. to 12:30p.in. Burial will be •ip Springville Evergreen 'Ocmelcry.. * :;J. Randall Ence ; 'KAYSVILLE - Funeral win be, 1 ptm. Tuesday at Kaysville Flrsi LDS^Ward Chapel lor J. Ranflall Ence, 24, Kaysville, who died Saturday, Oct. 2, 1976 in a l£uokjicc|Jletit.on the mountains easf of Bountiful. r He •Was'bcrn Sept. 7, 1952 in FifovdTtol. Harold and Barbara And^iwdJ\«Etice. He had lived in PJovcr; Syracuse, Davis County, Melvin Nelson AMERICAN FORK - Funeral services will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. for Melvin Alfred Nelson, 75. of American Fork, who died Friday, Oct 1, 1976 in Wasatch County Hospital. He was born Aug. I, 1901 in I'anton, S.I)., to Anders I), and Annette Ilanseth Nelson. He married Vivian Hennings on Aug 8, 1925 They later were divorced Mr. Nelson was a member of the Salt U-ike local International Hrothorhood of Klectrical Workers. Survivors include two sons and one daughter. Dennis Nelson and Mrs. Marvel M. Uuder, both of American Fork, and Roland Nelson, Idaho Falls, Ida ; 13 grandchildren, seven great- grandchildren; a brother and two sisters, names unknown, all from Minnesota. Services will be at Anderson and Sons Mortuary in American Fork, where friends may call tonight from 7 to 8 o'clock or Tuesday one hour prior to services. Hi/rial will be in Orctn City Cometerv. Josephine C. Taylor graduate o[ Davis High, School and attended Weber Slltta-College. He was a meJWi»c£ of the Kaysville Third EDS Ward, He was an employee nf Mirtnll l\l x-SJjnviVopS include his mother, Kfcysjifief a brother and three SMst'HrSv Steven Knee, 'KaSsvifle-j Mrs. Max (Marilyn) Simpson, Hooper, Weber Colint'yl Mrs. Glade H. (•KS.thryn') Wiser, Ogden, and Peg'gV Lynn Ence, Ogden; plus a grandfather, Floyd Anderson, ~ Fronds, may call at Lin'dquist KaVsville-Mortuary tonight from 7- to 9- oTetock and Tuesday from IJ-a.fn.~lf 12:30 p.m. Burial will beln.Kaysville Memorial Park. Joan S. Westerwelle MAPLKTON - Joan LaZell Strebel Westerwelle, 42, of 675 N. 700 K., Maplelon, died Sunday, Oct, 3, 1976 after a short illness at Utah Valley Hospital in I'rovo. She was born in Provo on March 1, 1934, a daughter of Weston Martin and Ncilla Haycock Strebel. She married Richard 1,. Westerwelle on Oct. 2, 1956 in ICvanston, Wyo. Mrs. Westerwelle received her education in Provo City Schools, and graduated from Provo High School. Following her marriage, the Westerwelles made their first home in Provo, then moved to Springville where they resided eight years before moving to Mapleton. She had been employed in the Mapleton School Lunch program for five years, and worked in the Middle School lunch program in Springville. She was active in the I.DS Church, and served in the Relief Society and primary of the Maplelon Third Ward. Survivors include her husband; three sons and two daughters, Burdette Weston Johnson, Springville; Richard, James and Toni Westerwelle, all of Mapleton, and Neilla Westerwelle, Provo; three grandchildren; her mother, Provo; three brothers and one sister, Glen Strebel, Orem; Kobert Strebel, Platsburg, N.Y.; Weston Strebel, San Diego, Calif., and Ann Butterfield, Salt Like City. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the Berg Mortuary Drawing Room Chapel, Provo, where friends may call one-and-a-half hours prior to services. Burial will be in Provo City Cemetery. SPANISH FORK - Josephine Crandall Taylor, 76, of Spanish Fork, died Sunday, Oct. 3, 1976 at I'ayson City Hospital from complications following an injury in a fall. She was born Oct. 10, 1899 in Springville, to Ludien D. and Klirabeth Cook Crandall. She married Marion U. Taylor in 1920 in the Salt Lake I.D.S Temple. He died in 1956. She attended Brigham Young University and then taught school while her husband served an LDS mission. After her husband's death, she received her bachelor's and master's degrees from BYU where she worked in the library until 1973. She was active in community and church positions and served as president of Post 68, District Four, American Legion Auxiliary. Funeral is scheduled Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Spanish Fork Second LDS Ward Chapel, 100 S. Main St. Friends may call at Walker Mortuary, Spanish Fork, Tuesday between 7 and 9 p.m. and Wednesday prior to the service. Burial Will be in Provo City Cemetery. Tricia Ann Dowhaniek Tricia Ann Dowhaniek, 14- month-old daughter of Teresa Dowhaniek was dead on arrival at Utah Valley Hospital Saturday, Oct. 2, 1976 of congenital biliary atresia. She was born July 27, 1975 in Provo. She is survived by her mother, Springville; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Dowhaniek, Springville; great - grandparents, George Dowhaniek and Mrs. Agnes Sellers, both of Dickerson, N.D. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Springville First and 12th LDS Ward Chapel, under the direction of First Ward bishopric. Friends may call at Wheeler Mortuary Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Burial will be in Springville Evergreen Cemetery. irene Holdaway Claude W. Orpha Carlson .•"•*" * V A • . I * "jlAKEWOOD, Colo. - Funeral V?HI"be^Tuesday noon at Liake-wdod, Colo., for Irene Holdaway; 55, Ukewood, who (Jed Saturday, Oct. 2,1976 at her horha. jitter a long illness. AdSitiooarl services will be 2 jS.m. ^WesJhesday at Olpin Mor- UiaJ-jyHobiir City, where friends may -call" Wednesday an hour {jeforjj services. - She has a daughter living in Provo.;r ' ' ShCwasTborn March 10,1921 in Salt Lake.Cily, to Ben and Jessie EggetCBaxendale. She married Eloycf M~ Holdaway on Jan. 6, , 18$ -ilj 4he Sail Lake LDS , Tejnftle. •"-'. ' ^.8uty' v ljrs include her hus- "ba(|jtlt J 'son and a daughter. > David Hojlaway, Uikewood, and ' Kay tynn Holdaway, Provo; her mother, Mrs. Jessie Johnson, Sail Lake Oily; Iwo sislers, Hernice Baxendale, Salt l.ake City; and 'Mrs. Joyce Jarvis, Seattle, Wash. Burial will be in Heber City Cemetery, 85 East 300 South Provo 373-6668 Payson Khoda Ann Allred Merrill Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 P.M. at the Payson 4-9th Ward LDS Chapel. Friends may call from 7-9 P.M. at the Walker Mortuary in I'ayson and prior to services at the chapel. Burial at the Payson City Cemetery. Spanish Fork Josephine Crandall Taylor Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 1 P.M. in the Spanish Fork 2nd L.D.S. Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Walker Mortuary in Spanish Fork Tuesday 7-9 P.M. and Wednesday prior to services. Interment Provo City Cemetery. Salem Burl Whimpy Funeral services are pending and will be an- no u n c c d i) y Walker Muriuarv in Spanish Worthington NEPHI — Services are scheduled Wednesday for Claude William Worthington, 90, of Nephi. who died Saturday, Oct. 2, 1976 at his home. lie was born Oct. 29, 1885 in Nephi. to Thomas and Susan Pass Worthington. He married Kalherine Andrews on Oct. 31, 1912 in Salt Lake City. The marriage later was solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple. She died Dec. 22, 1968. He was a farmer, sheepman and a guide for hunting trips. He helped secure the first elk herd for the Nebo range. Survivors include a son and two daughters, Thomas Claude Worthington, Livermore, Calif.; Mrs Marvin (UiRue) Johnson and Mrs. Neldon (Lulu) Hanson, bolh of Nephi; three grandchildren, and four great- grandchildren. Wednesday's funeral will begin at 1 p.m. in the Nephi First LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Anderson Funeral Home, Nephi, Tuesday between 7 and 9 p.m.. and at the church Wednesday before services. Burial will be in Vine Bluff Cemetery Richard Johnson Richard M. Johnson, 88, of 457 N. 100 E., Springville, died Sunday, Oct. 3, 1976. A complete obituary will be announced later by Wheeler Mortuary in Springville ~?_-_ (t)t ~~"™""™~ Berg Mortuary Services^ 373-1841 1 William Thurlow Ward Funeral services were held today. Interment Springville Evergreen Cemetery. Joan LuZell Strebel Westerwelle Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, Provo. Friends may call Wednesday 1 '/z hours prior to services. Interment Provo City Cemetery. Dean Andrew Peterson Funeral services are pending. Donald K. I.undbuig n Services were held loday for Orpha Gilean Munk Carlson, 77, of Manti, who died of natural causes Friday, Oct. 1, 1976 in a Provo hospital. She was born Aug. 4, 1899 in Manti, to Ernest Ipson and Pctrina Bpmgaard Munk. She married Wilford Silas Carlson on July 18, 1952 in the Manti LDS Temple. He died Sept. 27, 1952. She was a grade school and junior high school leacher and an officer in the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. She was active in the LDS Church. Survivors include two stepsons and three stepdaughters, Rex Carlson, Los Angeles; Glen M. Carlson, Orem; Edna Carlson, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Bud iKvelyn) Erickson, Salina, and Mrs. Richard iCarma) Roberts, Salt Lake City, plus a brother, Ix-e 0. Munk, Gunnison. Burial was in Manti City Cemetery. Utah Obituaries SALT LAKE CITY - Charles Russell Nate, 76, died Friday, Oct. 1, 1976; funeral pending. Elizabeth U. Barton liruinlch, 74. died Friday, Oct. 1, 1976; funeral Tuesday noon at Larkin Mortuary, 260 K. South Temple. Vandu 1 Jo West, 3-months, died Saturday, Oct. 2, 1976; service 1 p.m. Monday at Elysian Burial Gardens. Verna Jackson l.iltlefield. 68, died Saturday, Oct. 2, 1976, funeral 11 a.m. Tuesday at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 S. Redwood lid. John Kdwin (Ted) Miles. 90, died Friday, Oct 1. 1976; funeral 10 a.m. Tuesday at 5850 S. 900 E. Wilma Ellen Home Flynn Muggins, 49, died Friday, Oct. 1, 1976; funeral 1 p.m. Tuesday at llolbrook Funeral Chapel, 3251 S. 2300 E. Kulph Kdward llilliman, 64, died Friday, Oct 1. 1976; funeral Tuesday noon, Deseret Mortuary, 36 K 700 S. John Danjanovivh (Dunn), 62. died Saturday. Oct 2. 1976; funeral Tuesday 1 p.m. at Crescent LDS Ward Chapel. 89 E. 11000 S. Delos Moon, 41. died Saturday, Oct 2, 1976. funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday at IX-soret Mortuary, 36 K. 700 S. undber Olpin MORTUAHV 495 So State Orem, 225 1530 Charles K. Anderson Funeral services were conducted today at the Orem 13th Ward Chapel. Burial at Hie Orem City ' Viiii-tery WASHINGTON (UPI) - More than $2 million in federal grants were awarded to Utah concerns last week, the largest a $1 million award to the Price River Water Improvement District for a regional water treatment plant. The grant from the Economic Development Administration will be coupled with $3.1 million from the improvement district to complete construction of a water line and treatment plant near the abandoned town site of Royal, Utah. The Utah State Council on Criminal Justice Administration will receive $283,933 in planning grants from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration. Other grants will go to the Eyring Research Institute in Provo for slue gas research; the Bear River District Health Authority Board in Logan for initial operation of the Community Mental Health Center; and Utah Legal Services to conduct a study of legal services delivery systems. Several million dollars in contracts to Utah firms or for work in Utah were also awarded, including a massive $13.3 million contract to Thiokol Corp., of Ogden for maintenance of the Lousiana Army Ammunition Plant. The final $1.2 million of a $10 million contract to TRW of California of which 60 per cent will be spent at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, was awarded. McCullough Construction received a $135,030 contract to build a falling rock shelter for public protection at the cave exit of Timpanogos Cave National Monument. L.C. Stevenson Construction of Altamont, Utah, will be paid $330,236 for relocation of a county road by the Tyzack Reservoir. McCarty Asks Unions to Aid His Campaign SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Democratic Congressional write-in candidate Daryl McCarty is approaching individual labor organization leaders, seeking their union's financial help for his campaign. In his letter, McCarty said, "The Democratic leadership in the Second Congressional District, as well as the State Democratic Central Committee, have disassociated themselves from the current congressman (Rep. Allan Howe)." "Also, they have endorsed me as the Democratic write-in candidate for Congress." "The road to victory is going to be tough, but certainly not impossible. We can win in November if we unite our efforts," McCarty said. "I need financial help. If your union has funds available for political activities, I would appreciate being considered for a contribution." The executive secretary of the 14,000- member Utah Education Assocation noted his record of "supporting the working people," saying he has worked closely with union lobbyists and legislators "in behalf of legislation favorable to your cause." However, the State AFL-CIO's Committee on Political Education has backed off from endorsing either McCarty, Howe, or Republican Congressional candidate Dan Marriott. But the committee supported candidates in all other major political races in the state. Utah Due in County About Mid-Month More than i Supplies of swine flu vaccine have arrived in Salt Lake City, but Utah County will not be receiving its first shipments until around Oct. 15, a local health department official said today. A temporary schedule for distribution of the vaccine has been sent to the Utah Division of Health for approval by the City - County Health Department of Utah County. This schedule should be ready for release about Wednesday, it is reported. Local health officials declared that the first shipments to arrive in Utah County will be disbursed to the local doctors. Medical doctors have stated they will not handle the vaccine unless they have malpractice insurance, so health officials said some of the local doctors may not be offering the vaccine to their patients. Public clinics will be set up by the City - County Health Department in various sections of the county between Nov. 8 and 20, it is reported. SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) - Health officials say a balky insurance carrier won't stop free swine flu immunization clinics from opening on schedule Oct. 12. Gary West, Utah Influenza Project coordinator, said the federal government has assumed liability for any malpractice claims arising from the free innoculation, and private malpractice insurance is unnecessary. Gulf Insurance Co. notified Salt Lake County health officials Friday it would not assume responsibility for any malpractice suits arising from the immunization program. Dr. Harry Gibbons, Salt Lake City- County Health Department director, said the Gulf notice could imperil the program in his county, and possibly in others around the state. But West said state health officers expected the private insurance carrier to back out. He said the problem of malpractice coverage was what delayed congressional authorization for the swine flu program, and the bill Congress eventually passed authorizes federal liability for any malpratice claims arising from free innoculations. United Press International added the nationwide swine flu immunization program is underway with no immediate complaints about sickening side effects, according to the National :Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Ga. Don Berreth, public information Light Plane Crash Kills officer for the center, said the major difficulty to date has been a lack of sufficient quantities of vaccine in some states to conduct -large scale clinics. In scattered areas of the state, high risk patients were getting the injections first. In Los Angeles, Dr. Sheridan Weinstein, top U.S. Public Health Service physician for the Pacific area, was one of the first persons to get a shot on the West Coast. Dr. Weinstein was among a group of high - risk patients at the Wadsworth Veterans Administration hospital. He said he was "taking my own medicine first," to show the vaccine is safe. William McClain, 75, one of those in Indianapolis receiving a shot, said he had a heart attack earlier this year and decided to get a swine flu shot "because I'm too close to death to get the flu." i A LONG TRUCK TRAILER filled with swine flu vaccine and immunization materials in Des Moines to be distributed around Iowa as a massive statewide immunization campaign is scheduled to begin this week. The vaccine will be distributed throughout all 99 Iowa counties this week, with initial supplies targeted for immunization of chronically ill and elderly persons. tUPI Telephoto) 4 in Arizona Trial Expected to Unveil Mysteries About Hughes BAGDAD, Ariz. (UPI) - The wreckage of a light plane was spotted Sunday on the side of a mountain, 19 miles north of here, and the Civil Air Patrol said all four persons aboard had •been killed. . Killed in the crash were the pilot, Border Crow, 36, his brother, Richard, 48, Richard Crow's wife and the couple's daughter, Arrland, 25, all of Oxnard, Calif. Col. Mike Dreyer of the CAP said the single engine Beech Bonanza took off Saturday from Oxnard on a flight to Amarillo, Tex. The CAP was notified when the plane failed to make a scheduled stop at Prescott. "It appears that it broke up in the air and then fell," said Dreyer. "Apparently the crash occurred at 5:08 p.m. That's the time the clock was jammed." Criminal Actions Noted In Fourth District Court ELKO, Nev. (UPI) - A trial that could unveil some of the mysteries behind the late billionaire Howard Hughes' business dealings resumes this week after a recess of 19 months. Testimony begins Wednesday on a $142 million suit filed by Las Vegas newspaper publisher Herman "Hank" Greenspun against Summa Corp., which Hughes owned. One of the star witnesses for the Greenspun side will be Robert Maheu, one-time chief of Nevada operations for Hughes. The trial — involving a complicated financial deal between Greenspun and Hughes — started in March, 1975, but was recessed during the second day. Greenspun's attorneys sought court permission to take the personal deposi- tion of Hughes, who was then living in the Bahamas. The fight was carried twice to the Nevada Supreme Court before Hughes died. The suit results from a dispute which developed over a $4 million loan by the Hughes Tool Co., in 1967 to Greenspun to help rebuild his Las Vegas Sun which was destroyed by fire. The Hughes Tool Company was succeeded by Summa Corp. Greenspun contends the initial loan agreement was superseded by a 1969 note with more liberal terms. Summa says the first loan agreement was the only valid document. Summa also is trying to void the purchase of the Paradise Valley Country Club and Golf Course in Las Vegas which it bought from Greenspun. I Local Births listed I Two warrants of arrest were issued Friday for David LaMar Kelley, who is currently residing in Texas, after the Utah County Attorney's office told the Fourth District Court that the man had absconded from probation in that state. Mr. Kelley was placed on probation after his conviction on charges of theft and burglary. He had been allowed to move to Texas under the interstate probation compact. In other District Court actions, Kenneth Kinsey, 353 W. 300 N., Lindon, was remanded to the city court for disposition on an eluding charge. Richard Ira Mossburg, 1183 E. 360 S., Provo, was ordered placed at the American Fork Training School as long as adequate facilities are available there. Mr. Mossburg was convicted of second degree manslaughter in connection with the June 28 death of Ronald Coffman. Ted Elmer Backman, 860 W. 400 S., Provo, pleaded guilty to altering a forged prescription. He will be sentenced Oct. 29 after the court receives a pre-sentence report from the Adult Probation and Parole Department. He is at liberty on $500 bond. Steven Brent McAffee, 496 E. 3230 N., Provo, pleaded guilty to arranging to distribute marijuana. Judgment is scheduled for Oct. 22, pending a report from the Adult Probation and Parole Department. Kevin Richman, 19, of 548 E. 3400 S., Provo, was arraigned on a charge of distributing marijuana, and the case was continued two weeks for entry pf plea. Leland Rasmussen, 78 N. 600 E., Provo, pleaded innocent to two counts of arranging to distribute marijuana Jury trial was scheduled Nov s!- Sic;/tii-/j Allan Iti, iA pleaded guiny to burglary. He was released to the custody of the sheriff pending a pre-sentence report by the Adult Probation and Parole Department. Bradley Joel Pendleton, 20, of 690 N. 800 W., Orem, was allowed an additional week to obtain counsel to represent him. He is charged with eluding an officer. Theodore Payne Lindsey, 298 N. 850 W., Orem, was ordered to undergo a 90- day diagnostic evaluation at the Utah State Prison, prior to sentencing on a charge of distributing drugs. Robert C. Birch, Alpine, was placed on probation for two years after his conviction on a burglary charge. He was ordered as a condition of probation to remain at the Alcohol Recovery Center as an in-patient until given permission to leave by the staff. A bench warrant was issued for Larry D. Burraston, Spanish Fork, when he failed to appear for sentencing on a charge of automobile homicide. Lester Flickenger, 19, of Provo, was ordered to be held in the Salt Lake Halfway House, after being sentenced to the Utah State Prison for three years. The court stayed the prison term and placed him on probation for three years, warning him that he had a poor record and at 19 years of age had a long time ahead of horn. The judge ordered him to turn his lifestyle around, explaining that he was allowing probation only because he had not been convicted of a violent crime. The court directed the Utah County Attorney's office to file proceedings to revoke probation for Michael Felix Gutowski, after the man was returned on a bench warrant. Mr. Gutowski was not in court, but officers reported he was being held in the Utah County Jail. He was on piobation from a theft BORN AT UTAH VALLEY HOSPITAL Ocl 4: Boy to Derrick and Debra Anderson Lords, 752 S. 50 E., Orem. Boy to Dann and Shirley Stokes Hone, 232 E. 2000 S,, Orem. Boy to Stephen and Maria Land Lungren, 232 E. 300 N., Provo. Hoy to Larry and Connie Miller Slade, 195 E. 200 N., Apt. A, Springville. Girl lo Ronald and Carol Campbell Nelson, Ephraim. Boy to Gordon and Dallas Schmitt Toone, 1294 N. Lakeview Drive, Provo. Ocl. 3; Girl to Gordon and Janet Berg Richards, 316 W. 170 N., Orem. Boy lo Roger and Karen Legal Notices NOTICE The following have submitted requests for variance from the provisions of Section 2.2 of the Utah Air Conservation Regulations: Cedarstrom Calcife & Clay Corporation (Limestone Operation), Lehi, Utah County; U.S. Steel (Power House- Geneva Works), Utah County. A joint hearing has been set before the Executive Secretary, Utah Air Conservation Committee on November 4, 1976, at 10:00 A.M., in Room 311, Utah County Courthouse, Provo. Utah. Written statements concerning these matters may be submitted to,'or appointments for oral statements to the hearing officer may be made with the Executive Secretary, Utah Air Conservation Committee, 44 Medical Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84113. Such written statements or requests for appointments should be received on c/r before October 20, !976 Ny 295 Published in pie (;oil/ Ht-JolO Oi lubcr 4 IV/d Louise Humphries Olson, 625 S. 800 E., Springville. Boy to David and Melenie Ann Atherlon Law, 595 N. 600 W., I'rovo. Girl to Ronald and Kumiko Wako Talmage, 66-374 Wymount Terrace, Provo. Boy to David and Sandra Jean Coe Thomson, 650 W. 750 S., Provo. Girl to Steven and Tamara Erickson Belnap, Narnpa, Ida. Boy to Hollis and Terri Swain Martin, 641 E. 1600 S., Orem. Girl to Dixon and Sharon Jeannetle Johnson Turner, 1458 Lancelot Ln., Provo. Girl to Frank and Geneve Pa'oya Duarle, 708 S. 950 W., 1 'rovo. Boy to Richard and Jan Calley llrimhall, 833 W. 1020 N., Provo. Girl to Wade and Linda Gray Starks, 140 W. 900 S., Orem. Hoy lo Douglas and Willie Blankenslein Shaw, 864 N. 350 E., Orem. Girl to Marvin and Ellen Dickson Slovacek, 548 E. 300 S., Provo. Boy to Robert and Marilyn Simpson Fulton, 1975 S. Main St., Orem. Girl to Eugene and Sandra Browning Robb, Price. Boy to Gary and Jacqueline finch Stivey, 815 S. State St., Orem. Oct. 2: Girl to Steven and Carolyn Kord Olsen 390 E. 2200 N., Provo. Girl to Larry and Ann Passmorc Slude, 885 S. 50 W., Orem. Boy to Tim and Cindy Schoenmaker Grames, 559 E. Center St., Pleasant Grove. Girl to Lyle and Carla Huber Hargrave, 666 W. 1220 S., Provo. Girl to Ronald and Janice Duckson King, 34 S. 900 W., Provo. Boy to Jeffrey and Lisa Herron Green, 1675 W. 50 N., Provo. Girl to Edwin and Christine Boles Hill, 495 S. 200 E., Springville. Girl to Daniel and Sharon Huntsingcr DeGriselles, 315 E. 600 S,, Springville: Boy to Keith and Debbie Hadlock Davis, Ilcber City. Girl to John and Cheryl Petlil Apgar, 1039 E. 560 N., Orem. Nickels actually contain only 25 per cent of the metal nickel. CARD OF THANKS We deiire to express our sincere appreciation to the many friends and relatives who assisted in any way during the recent illness and passing of our beloved father and husband. For the beautiful flowers, the expressions of sympathy, the assistance of thai* who took part at the services, and other acts of kindness, we especially extend our thanks. Mrs. Rafael Cirrillo & Family Royal Red for every occasion. Provo Floral 2«l W.I US, 373-7001