Horace Nokes - Riverton Commitee
Area for Park Bought by Riverton Unit RIVERTON (Special)-—Riverton Recreation and Development organization Tuesday announced purchase of a 15.6-acre site for a long-sought community pavk. E. R. Hamilton, project committee chairman, described the site 8s "centrally located and accessible from several roads." The chairman said that al- i through specific terms of the purchase are being 1 negotiated, a down payment of $500 has been madit on tna property, owned by Dr. J. Irving Hansen, Salt Lake City. ' The site IK east of the South Jordan canal unA south of the Herriman road. The committee has not agreed upon details for its development, the chairman •aid. The park movement was Initi-1 sled by the Lions club. The proj- ect was taken over recently by the recreation and development organization, comprising representatives of al! civic groups, and was indorsed by the town board. , Committeemen are Mr. Hamilton, Mrs. VVilford Crane. Mrs. LeRue Jensen. Mrs. Mark Nichols, Elding Petersen, Leonard ' C. Eeckstead, Horace Nokes, Mrs. William Reynolds, Earl Hatch, Eldred Beckstead Thomson. and N. K.