James Loyd Underwood

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James Loyd Underwood - OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1954...
OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1954 read and for country, · to ; of ' ' U. S. com- ' large n u m - made a be these a n t i m e City Of FIRST PHASE--Work is under way on construction of foundations and basements for 16 Washington Terrace homes, among those being moved and remodeled under the mammoth relocation program. Here employes and equipment of J. Loyd Underwood, local general contractor, rush completion of the first phase of the work. Terrace Home Moving Project Rolls Along WASHINGTON TERRACE --tmoving them to the new locations,^ soil and the laying of sidewalks, Construction of foundations and i backfill and the connecting of all full basements is progressing public utilities possible at this under a contract to move the first: stage. 16 homes in the huge relocating i Mr. Stott said that bids will program at Washington Terrace.' be called w i t h i n 10 days on the C. Orval Stott, general manager i second phase ol the program, of the Washington Terrace Non-; which will carry these homes to p r o f i t Housing Corp., said 98 p e r i completion. This phase of the cent of the homes, to be moved j work will include new siding, ex- under the over-all improvement i terior painting where siding is of project, will have full basements, i a type to require it, new roof cpv- Contract for the first phase of i the work w a s awarded J. Lloyd | Underwood, local general con| tractor, who submitted a -low bid I of $28,943. i This contract called for excavation and construction of base ering, carpentry w o r k , inside and out, including cabinets and changes in doors and windows, electrical work and interior decoration. As work on these two phases progresses, a contract will be let drives, roads, curbs and any other j outside concrete. : Mr. Stott said similar contracts will be let for additional homes, in the immediate f u t u r e , which will result in hundreds of the units being in various stages of ; improvement at one time. He estimated it will be two and ! one-half years before the entire project is completed. I "Salt Club," name organized recreation body skills. All northern at the Saturday Library About the "In safe the to own "Club fines members traffic from mandatory body *· if- ^ for 2 J^ 8 J Tel. men ts, separation of duplex units, ! for the third phase-- dirt fill, top *

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 13 May 1954, Thu,
  3. Page 17

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