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a both in d labor force the county. --A final development .plan including landscaping, traffic, building design, use, etc., be submitted for approval before ouilding permits are issued. --Amendment of plan shall be in the master cooperation with the planning bodies of the Marriott and Slaterville areas and the people of the general area. Death Claims Former Weber County Official in your Mr. e r e d in Los at A former Weber County treasurer, Arias G. Belnap, 80, of 2236 Madison Apt. 23 died Monday at a local hospital following a short illness. Mr. Belnap was born Sept. 6, 1893 in Hooper to Hyrum and Anna Bluth Belnap. On Sept. 20, 1916, he was married to Mabel Harris in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She died in 1972. He was elected Weber County treasurer in 1934, a position he held until 1957 when he resigned to become a member of the Utah State Tax Commission. He retired in 1965. IN LUMBER Prior to his involvement in government, Mr. Belnap was engaged in the lumber business until 1931. He is a former member of the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators and a former supervisor of the Motor Vehicle Dealers Business Administration. Administration. A former member of the executive committee of the N a t i o n a l County Officials name ARIAS G. BELNAP Served County Belnap and Donald E. Belnap, both of Ogden; Dr. Ralph A. Belnap of Dekalb, III.; Mrs. Eldred (Lois) Erickson of Pleasant View; and Mrs. Edward Edward (Mildred) Evans of Cody, Organization, he received the| w yÂ°-; 23 grandchildren and .six Outstanding Official Award in great-grandchildren. Also surviving are two 1952. Having been member of the an LDS active Church, Mr. Belnap fulfilled a Swiss- German mission between 1913 and 1914. He was bishop of the Ogden 20th LDS Ward for 17 years and was a member of the brothers and three sisters: Volney B. Belnap, Byron K. Belnap, Mrs. Jewel Furniss, Miss Delia A. Belnap, and Mrs. Emmett (Gladys) Carwin, all of Ogden; two half-sisters: Mrs. Marion Kerr of Salt Lake City; Ogden Stake presidency for 14 TM* Mrs - Olive Je "son of years ' jÂ°S den ' ; Funeral services will be held A HIGH PRIEST jFriday at 1 p.m. in the Larkin At the time of his death, he;Chapel of the Dawn where was a member of the Ogden! friends may call Thursday from Stake High Priest Quorum and 16 to 9 p.m. and Friday prior the Ogden 6th Ward. services. Survivors include three sons and two daughters: Gordon L. Interment will be in the Ogden City Cemetery.