1967 election

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1967 election - returned a! I Wol-' W. DALE BINGHAM Sizable...
returned a! I Wol-' W. DALE BINGHAM Sizable Margin FIELD OF 10 JOSEPH DAWSON Wine Second Term and Rothey developed The 10 had votss order votes Mr. Tuesday's in Lynn DeBoer, 35,531 to Roy Re-elects 2; Picks Newcomer ROY -- Two Roy incumbent cbuncilmen were returned to office by sizable margin in Tuesday's election while the third was defeated by a political newcomer. W. Dale Bingham and Joseph Dawson won new terms by handy margins over a field of 10 candidates. The third vacancy on the council will be filled by Richard Tubbs who garnered enough votes to unseat incumbent EI- wyn S. Walker. THIRD TERMS This will be Mr. Bingham's third term on the council and the second for Mr. Dawson. Mr. Bingham received 1,133 vetes; Mr. Dawson, 1,049. Mr. Tubbs ran third with 775 votes; Mr. Walker fourth with 531. Other candidates, the number of votes received were Alton DeLoy Parker, 299; Jack E. Seamons, 329; John S. Call, 155; Paul C. Fawson, 213; Orlen J. Karras, 357; C. Warren Meyers, 317, and Louis Spraycar, 178. 1,776 BALLOTS A total of 1,776 votes were cast in Roy's 14 voting districts, less than half of the registered voters in the community. Mr. Bingham has resided in Roy for more than two dozen years and has a long record of service in church and civic activities. He is former bishop of the Roy 9th Ward and is now president of the Roy North Stake. During his years on the City Council he has headed nearly every department and currently serves as councilman over the RICHARD TUBBS Choice of Voters public safety department. Mr. Dawson, owner and operator of a fruit orchard has been active for many years in w a t e r development programs and is chairman of the Roy Secondary Water Study Committee. 1 He has directed the affairs of the water department since joining the council four years ago. Mr. Dawson is a member of the Roy North Stake High Council. Roy's councilman-elect is owner and operator of a service station in downtown Roy. Mr. Tubbs has been active in church and civic affairs as a member of the Roy Lions Club, the Roy Chamber of Commerce and serves in the bishopric of the Roy 8th Ward. was to 5 Suffer Minor Hurts In 4 Auto Accidents Five persons suffered minor injuries in four area accidents Tuesday. Four persons were treated for injuries and released while the fifth accident victim was admitted to an Ogden hospital with facial lacerations. Blake Walker, 24, of 558 S. 500 E. in Clearfield, is listed in "fair" condition today at St. Benedict's Hospital following a two-car accident in Clearfield. He was involved in a broadside collision around noon Tuesday near 300 N. and 1000 W. Driver of the second auto, Mrs. Judith B. Jones, 19, of! 2727 Edison in Salt Lake City, was treated for face cuts and a possible shoulder injury and released from the same hospital. gating officers he swerved to miss an oncoming car and his machine left the road and came to rest against a house. Mary L. Garner, 32, of RFD 1, Box 191, suffered head bruises following an accident on Harrison. ACCIDENT OCCURS Police said the accident occurred when Joseph R. Andrews, 20, of 1540 23rd, was heading south ori Harrison and his auto struck the left front fender of the Garner vehicle as it started from a parked position. The impact pushed the Garner vehicle into a parked car owned by Wayne C. Walker, 1350 S. 2500 W. in Syracuse. Mrs. Garner was cited for alleged improper start from a

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 08 Nov 1967, Wed,
  3. Page 17

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