National Merit Scholarships
at the car, then slot like as o£ to to to he's to office, if his forget all, Salt Lake City, Utah — Saturday Morning — Marcellus S. Sno\v Carol Bolster Bruce Maw Howard Stevenson Terrence D. Chatwin Fred Huher Andrew Jackson Janet Mather Murray Votes Bond Issue For Schools Special to The Tribuna MURRAY — In an unexpectedly light vote, taxpayers Friday approved almost unanimously a 5450,000 bond issue o finance partial construction of a junior high and an elementary school. ONLY 654 ballots were cast from the time the polls opened at 7 a.m. until they closed at 8 p.m. Some 60S ballots registered approval and 46 voted against the bond issue. "We are pleased with the vote of confidence in the Board of Education," said J. Easton Parratt, Murray School District superintendent, "but we had hoped the vote would be heavier." HE SAID the Board of Education would meet Saturday at 8 a.m. to canvass the ballots, draft a letter to the Stale Board of Education for official approval of the two projects and discuss hiring of an architect. He added the board hopes to get a start on the new junior high o'n.Murray's westside and the elementary school in the southeast section. Preliminary estimates are $440,000 for the former school and §170,000 for the latter, according to Supt. Parratt. Utah Today National Awards Merit Scholarships Go To 8 Students in S.L By William F. Smiley Tribune Education Writer Eight of 50 potential winners have been awarded National Merit Scholarships in the Salt Lake area, it was disclosed Friday. ALL THE 50 semi-finalists in the 'five school districts of the from schools or from other sources, educators said. The eight scholarship awards announced Friday went to East, South and West high schools in Salt Lake City and to Olympus_High in Granite District. j The announced winners are:j Marcellus S. Snow, son of area have received merit cprti-! Mr s- Charlene S. Snow, 1207 ficates, and their names have been available, with their merit test ratings, to schools throughout the nation. Many of them may be offered scholarships direct Demos Await Humphrey .Talk in S.L. Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D- Minn), who flew from the West to Washington Thursday to be present lor action and voting on labor legislation, flew back to the West Friday and will be in Salt Lake City Saturday evening io address the Utah Democratic Jefferson-Jackson Day fund-raising banquet. SEN. HUMPHREY, considered one of the front-runners for the Democratic presidential nomination next year, is 1st Ave., and City Judge Marcellus K. Snow, and Carol Bolster, 844 Sego St. (645 South), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Bolster, both of East High. BRUCE MAW, 142-3rd Ave., son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Maw, West High. Howard Stevenson, 2045 Walker Ln. (5450 South), son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph -- - - Stevenson, Olympus High. The other four winners, all South High students, are Ter-j rence D. Chatwin, 360 Hub- bard Ave. (935 South), son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle H. Chatwin; Fred Huber, 262 Kensington Ave. (1500 South), son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred H, Huber; Andrew Jackson, 2887 McClelland St. (1040 East), son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos R. Jackson, and Janet Mather, 725 Harrison Ave. (1355 South), daughter of Mrs. Vanda Mather. National Merit Scholarships, Inc., of Evanston, 111., admin- isters the program throughout +• k n To »lrJ w the land.