The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on July 11, 1976 · Page 26
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The Bait Lake Tribune. Sunday, July 11, 1976 Salt Lake and Intermountain Area Obituaries UplNotlm FAA WRITTENS-SALT LAKE July 17-11, 1 _ WANTED: Partner "id 2K) ComatKhu, b««d «t slrport #5, 467-0041 *ort(d«vt. __ ^ BUY A PLANE CALL DATA PLANE TOLL FREE (DOC) __ _ _ __ '75 CESSNA: Skvtawfc II, buy 1/5 Interest. Owner must sell Immediately. Ul-nn. SeUL A PI.ANE CALL DATA PLANE TOLL FREE (SOO) ____ Aircraft Insurant Specialist:. Winnie Valllne, tj»3851_..»wa_ CONT. Radial, TOO cu. liv.7 cyl., REUNfONS Williom & Elizabeth Howuid FAMILY REUNION Saturday, Juiy 17, afternoon, at O'tomvood Park, 1SBO 6. «00 So. Bring own lunch. 277-3506. THE family of John F. and Mary . Ann (Daisy) Jackson Gunn will hold a reunion «l Lagoon, July 17th, I p.m., all relatives and friends invited Bring own lunch. legal Notices NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Education of Salt Lake City desires to sell the following described property known as THE LINCOLN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 1241 SOUTH STATE STREET, Salt Lake City, Utah, and all permanent improve, ments situated thereon: Beginning at a point that is South 8W6-.40" West 33.0 feet from the Southeast corner of Lot 2, Block 21, 5 Acre Plat "A" Big Field Survey; and runnlna ttience 'South 89=56'40" West 693.0 feet; thence North 0=01'52;' East 276.65 feet; thence North 8r56'40" Easf 693.0 feet; thence South 0'01'52" West 276.00 feet to the point of beolnning. contains 4.42 acres zoned C-3 for the Wesl 165 feet and R-6 for the remainder. The present zoning for the building proper may not be in keeping with the needs of the successful bidder. The successful bidder will, therefore, be given a period of three months from bidding date to obtain adeauate zoning for his protect. If the attempt at rezoning is unsuccessful in this period the successful bidder may, at his option, have his bid deposit returned and the transposition. occupied prior to August 3,1976. Sealed bids will be received in the Board Room of the Administration Building of the Board of Education of Salt Lake City, "0 East First South, Salt Lake City, Utah on Aug. 3, 1976 at 2 o'clock p.m. A bid deposit and performance guaranty in the form of a cashier's or certified check in the sum of one-tenth of the minimum acceptable bid must accompany the sealed bid. (A minimum acceptable bid shall be in excess of 5600,000.) Such check shall be made payable to the order of the Board of Education of Salt Lake City. Sealed bids will be opened and the apparent high bidder will then be announced. Original bidders will then be given an opportunity to raise their bids. These will in turn be gathered and the procedure duplicated until the apparent high bid is ascertained. The bidders shall expressly state terms of payment desired ' including the rate of interest to be paid on all unpaid balances on tne purcnase price after the closing date. The bid deposit and performance guaranty checks of all except the three highest bidders shall be referred to the Board of Education for consideration and appropriate action. Each of the three highest bidders will be notified of the identity of the highest acceptable bidder, if any, within a reasonable time after the closing of bidding. The deposit and performance guaranty checks of the relected bidders shall be returned promptly after the decision as to which bid is the highest acceptable bid, If any. The Board of Education of Salt Lake City reserves the right to rei«* any and all proposals, to waive in Its discretion defects in bids or other submissions, and to accept any bids determined by It, in its sole and excluslve'discretion, to be in the best interests of the Salt Lake City School District. The purchase shall be closed at the ortices of the Board of Education of Salt Lake Citv by the payment of .the purchase price in full, or by the payment of the agreed down payment and the execution and delivery of all necessary .instruments, on or before 30 days following the giving of Notice of Acceptance of the successful bid, if any. All instruments shall be subject to approval and acceptance by counsel for the seller. In the event the successful bidder, if any, falls to fulfill the bid by closing the purchase of the property by the Closing Date, such bidder's bid deposit and performance guaranty shall be retained by the Board as agreed and liquidated damages. Possession of said property shall be retained by the Board of Education of Salt Lake City until the formal closing of the transaction. The purchaser will assume all responsibility for general property taxes inasmuch as the property has not been taxed while owned by the Board of Education. The purchasers Will be furnished with Title Insurance in the amount of the purchase price. In case none of the bids is satisfactory, ail shall be rejected. Checks of relected bidders shall be returned on or before August 10. 1976. Bids forms may be obtained at the office of the Director of Buildings and Grounds, 400 East First South. Salt Lake Citv, Utah or they will be mailed upon receipt of application. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF SAI T LAKE CITY JOHN CRAWFORD, JR. (D-l 11 President NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bios will be received by the UTAH STATE BUILDING BOARD for RS-ROOFING OF KINGSBURY HALL AND BUILDING 306 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Bids wilt be in accordance with Drawings and Specifications prepared by Bunch Beall. . jr.. and same may be obtained from the Utah State Building Board, 124 State Capitol. Salt Lake City, Utah, upon receipt of S20.00 deposit per set, made payable to the Architect, and which deposit will be refunded upon return of such Drawings and Specifications in good condition within ten (10) days of the dale set for the bid opening. Prequalification of bidders will not be required. Bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M. Wednesday July 21. 1976 at which time tnev will be opened and read aloud in tlv Building Board Conference Room, 124 State Capi'ol, Salt Lake City, Utah. A Bid bond In the amount of five percen; (3%) of the bid, mode payable to the Utah State Building Board, shall accompany bid. If certified or cashier's check Is used in lieu of bid bond, a certificate from an approved surety company guaranteeing execution of a 100% Performance Bond and 100% Payment Bond must accompany bid. The State Buildlnt? Board reserves the right to reject any or all b : ds or to waive any formality or technicality in any bid in the interest of the State. AM laborers,- workmen, mechanics, and apprentices employed on this project shall IK paid not less than the general prevailing wase rdtos as determined by the Industrial Commission of Utah, as set forth in the schedule In the Contract • Documents. UTAH STATE BUILDING BOARD GLEN R. SWENSON, (D-50) Director INVITATION TO BID Bids arc being accepted by the Purchasing Department of me Jordan School District on the following: 1. School Lunch Food Pro- 2. PortatXo Risbrs and Fold- iris Suites. 5. Classroom Pianos. ; 4. Audio-Visual Projection Carts. 5. Fire Exfiroulsher Inspection. Bid form* can be obtained bv contacting Arthur L. Casper, Purchasing Agent, Jordan School District, 93*1 South *» Ewt, Sancy, Utah M07D. ARTHUR L. CASPER, (D-37) Purchasing Agent . NEWSPAPER NOTICE The State of Utah has applied tor additional fufidina for the CETA.Title II Public Service Employment Program under the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act. Funding sources Include li Transitional Quarter funding It carry the current program Ihrounh the transitional period of change In tne fiscal years' (July 1, 1976 to September 30, 19/6); and 2) a supplemental appropriation which will provide funding through January 31, 1977, and also permit a gradual phase-down of Title VI (Emergency Jobs Act), 5925,000 of tlie Supplemental Appropriation was received on May 5, 1V76, to prevent premature layoffs of approximately 1,050 participants enrolled statewide In Public Service Employment Activities. The State grant will increase from $2,734,644 to $8,831,987. The number of individuals to be served will Increase from 746 to 2,134, Including 462 transfers from Title VI ip Title 11. Total terminations will increase from 719 to 1,746 with an increase in placements from 349 to 785. The statewide cost categories will increase as follows: Art- ministration from $129,772 to $401,112; Enrollee Wages from Si. 128,589 to $4,679,318; Enrol- Ic-e Fringe Benefits from $616,243 to 51,595,597; Services to Clients from $39,723 to 5122,795; and a decrease in Training Costs from $43,082 to $33,165. Pirticipant and budget allocations by administrative units will increase as follows: Wasatch Front South from 306 to 859 participants and the budget from 11,254.778 to $3,666,399; Wasatch Front North from 110 to 475 participants and the . budget from $590,600 to SI ,889,926; Mountain- lands from 52 to 195 participants and the budget from S 278,778 to $1,192,091; Bear River from 96 to 153 participants and the budget from 5209,515 to $611,974; Southeast from 24 to 66 participants and the budget from $108,074 to 5257,372; Ceniral from 150 to 266 participants and the budget from $224,779 to $541,947; Southwest from 12 to 60 participants and the budget from 592,077 to $349,070; Uintah Basin from 14 to 40 participants and the budget from 568,243 to 5173,006; San Juan County from 2 to 14 participants and the budget from 59,798 to 553,703; and Unincorporated Iron County from one to 6 participants and the budget from $5,606 to 824,170. Significant segments given special consideration will increase as follows: Veterans from 155 to 378; Public Assistance Recipients from 49 to 241; and Former Manpower Enrollees from 16 to 429. Persons interested in reviewing, the plans in greater detail may do so at the State Office of Manpower Affairs, 640-B Wilmington Avenue, Salt Lake City, Uah, Phone 533-5321 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 P.m. weekdays or at ftie area offices listed below.Comments should be made to the State Office of Manpower Affairs within 30 days/Bear River, Keith Nelson, 160 North Main, Logan, Utah 7531511;Wasatch Front South, Phil Glenn, #23 East 2100 South, SLC 328-7645; Wasatch Front North, Ron Splndler, 2411 Kiesel Ave. Room 415 399-8357, Ogden, Utah.-Mountainland, Brent McGregor, 160 East Center, Prove, Utah 399-8357 Mountainland, Brent McGregor, 160 East Center, Prove. Utah 377-2262; Uinfah Basin, Jim Hart, 447 East Main, Roosevelt, Utah 724-4518; Central, Woody Farnsworth, Federal Building, Richfield, Utah 896-5620; Southeast, Harry Mangus, 82 West Main, Walker Bank Building #1 Price, Utah, 637-1959; Southwest, Howard Foremaster, Box 0, St. George, Utah, 673-3548; San Juan County, Harold Lyman, Blanding Job Service Office, Blanding. Utah, 678-3911; Iron County, Roy Miller. Cedar City Job Service Office, Cedar City, Utah, 586-6585. (C-89) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received bv the UTAH STATE BUILDING BOARD tor NEW BOILER RELATING TO CONSTRUCTION TRADES BUILDING, UTAH TECKNICAL COLLEGE AT SALT LAKE, 4600 South Redwood Road, Salt Lake City, Utah. Bids w.lll be in accordance with drawings and specifications prepared by Gerald D. Smith Associates, and same may be obtained from the Utah State Building Board. 124 State Capitol, Salt Lake City, Utah, upon receipt of S50.00 deposit per set, made payable to the Architect, and which deposit will be refunded upon return of such drawings and specifications in good condition within ten (10) days of the date set for the bid opening. Prequallfication of bidders is required. Prior to any bidder receiving drawings and specifications, it will be necessary that he have on file with the Prequalification Board of the State of Utah, completed and approved, the required pre- qualification statement pertaining to Contractor's experience and financial condition. Bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M. Thursday, July 22, 1976, at which time they will be opened and read aloud in the Building Board Conference Room, 124 State Capitol, Salt Lake City, Utah. A bid bond in the amount of five percent (5%) of the bid. made payable to the Utah Stale Building Board, shall accompany bid. If certified or cashier's check is used in lieu of bid bond, a certificate from an approved surety company guaranteeing execution of a 100% Performance Bond and TOO 0 * Payment Bond must accompany bid. The Utah State Building Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any formality or technicality in any bid in the interest of the State. All laborers, workmen, mechanics, and apprentices employed on this yroiect shall be paid not less than tne general prevailing wage rates, as determined by the Industrial Commission ot Utah, as set forth in the schedule in the Contract Documents. UTAH STATE BUILDING BOARD GLEN R. SWENSON (_Dj3) Director NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received by the UTAH STATE BUILDING BOARD for ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT GROUNDING AND RELATED SAFETY CORRECTIONS, UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, SALE LAKE CITY, UTAH. Bids will be in accordance with drawings and specifications prepared bv University of Utah, and some may be obtained from the Utah State Building Board, 124 State Capitol. Salt Lake- Citv, Utah, ufion receipt of S10.00 deposit per set, made payable to the Architect (or engineer;, and which deposit will be refunded upon return of such drawings and specifications in good condition within ten (10) days of the date set for the bid opening. Preoualifications of bidders is required. Prior to any bidder receiving drawings and specifications, it will be necessary that he have on file with the PrequalKication Board of the State of Utah, completed and approved, the required pre- qualification statement pertaining to Contractor's experience and financial condition. Bids will be received until the hour of 2:30 P.M. Wed . July 21. W76. At which time they will be opened and read aloud in tne Building Board Conference Room, 124 State Capitol. Salt Lske City, Utah. A bid bonci in the amount of five percent (5%) of the hid, made payable to the Utah Slate Building Board, snail accompany bid. If certified or cashier's check Is used in lieu of bid bond, a certificate from an approved surety company guaranteeing execution of a 100% Performance Bond and 100% Payment Bond must accompany bid. The Utah State Building B^ard reserves the right to reiect any or all bids or to waive any formality or technicality in any bid in the Interest of the State. All laborers, workmen, mechanics, and apprentices employed on this prolect shall bo pnifl not less than Ihe general prevailing wage rates, as determined by the Industrial Commission of Utah, as set fortn in the schedule In the Contract Document,. . UTAHSTATE BUILDING BOARD GLEN R. SWENSON, (D-33) Director Ugal Neticts NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S LIEN To the following Persons and to whom It may concern: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 31 st day of July. W6, commencing at 10:00 a.m., the following goods and chattels will be sold at Public Auction for charges to foreclose our lien iu warehouse, men at Redman Van and Storage Comcany, 1240 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City, Utah. RONALD BROWN — 24438: 37 Pieces cwslstine of 3 desks, bookcase, leather chair, lamps, pictures^ Waste baskets, and misc. cartons. C. VAN DRUN6N — 23469: 37 Pieces consisting of 34 caitons of law books and 3 bookshelves. MRS. F. A. DUCKWORTH — 243SI: 4 Crates consisting of large picture, portable T.V.,. large box, 3 small cartons, and cu'tar. GEORGE GREC-ERSEN S.768D: I Pallet misc. office records and supplies. MRS. JACK HILTON — S7661: 1 spinet upright piano and piano bench. DEAN IHLER — 24341: 37 Pieces consisting of ladder, tools, pair of skis, ski poles, foot locker, and cartons. SHERRIE S. MacFARLANE — S-8091: Refer/Freezer Combination, automatic washer., and electric dryer. J, R. MICHAELI — S-6082: Sewing machine, misc. cartons, ironing board, and mirror carton. M. G. NELL - 24196: Misc. household goods and cartons. CARMEN ROSS — 24473: 21 Pieces — lamps, couch, swivel rocker, portable stereo, chest of drawers, bed frame, box springs, and mattress, kitchen table and chairs, and misc. cartons. ALBERT SANTI _ S-8192: 80 Pieces household goods consisting of kitchen table and chairs, hide-a-bed, box springs and mattress, color T.V., rocking chair, chest of, drawers, wardrobe, desk, and misc.- cartons. EDWARD WELLS —24415: 2 10-speed bikes, single bed. spring and mattress, and misc. cartons. 1st Publication 7/11/76 2nd Publication 7/16/76 CC-97) " NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PURPOSES AND NECESSITIES OF TAXATION by METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT OF SALT LAKE CITY On the 30th day of July 1976 commencing at the hour of 10:00 A.M. the Metropolitan Water District of Salt Lake City will conduct a public hearing at its regular place of business, 704 Tribune Building, 143 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, at which time and place the District Board of Directors will explain to'and discuss with those attending the purposes and necessities of such taxes as may be levied by it on, or before August 9, 1976, pursuant to the provisions of the Metropolitan Wafer District Act, against all taxable property within the limits of the District, that is to say, within the area of the City of Salt Lake Citv, and will then and there hear from anyone present concerning the same. METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT OF SALT LAKE CITY RAYMOND L. ARNOLD (D-48) Chairman ot the Board NOTICE THE U.S. INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE offers LPN's opportunities for service, security and'adventure on the NAVAJO INDIAN RESERVATION in ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO. Locations of ' hospitals and health centers: ARIZONA — Chinle, Fort Defiance, Kayenta, Tuba City and Winslow. NEW MEXICO — Crownpoint, Gailup and shiprock. Civil Service benefits include: paid transportation to first duty assignments; periodic pay increases, paid annual and sick leave; Sunday, holiday and night pay differentials: retirement program; health and lite insurance programs, and uniform allowance. Salary based on Civil Service Commission rates. Equal Opportunity Employer. For application information and application forms, write: NAVAJO AREA INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE, P.O. Box G, Attention: Garth F. Neves or Louise M. Moody, Window Rock, Arizona 86515. (C-82) NOTICE" THE U.S. INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE offer Nurse Anesthetists opportunities for service, security and adventure on the NAVAJO INDIAN RESERVATION in ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO. Locations of Hospitals: ARIZONA — Fort Defiance and Tuba City. NEW MEXICO — Gallup and Shiprock. Civil Service benefits include: paid transportation to first duty assignments; periodic pay increases; paid annual and sick leave; Sunday, Holiday and night pay differentials; retirement program; health and life insurance programs, and uniform allowance. Salary based on Civil Service Commission rates. Equal Opportunity Employer. For Application Information and Application Forms, write: NAVAJO AREA INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE P.O. Box G Attention: Garth F. Noyes or Louise M. Moody, Window Rock, Arizona 86515 (C-81) NOTIFICATION OF REQUEST FOR SECTION 309 ADULT EDUCATION PROPOSALS (Public Law 93-380) In accordance with Section 309 ol Public Law 93-380 and the policy of the Utah stale Board, pf Education, this is to notify interested and qualified persons of the opportunity to submit Adult Education Proposals to the Utah State Board of Education for funding consideration. The Utah State Board of Education contact person is: Dr. Brent H. Gubler, Coordinator, General Adult Education, Adult Education and Training. Utah State Board ol Education, 250 East 5th South, Salt Lake City, Ul. 84111. July 30. 1976. is the deadline for receiving proposals. (C-45) SALT LAKE COUMTY INVITATION TO BID Bids will be received ov the Purchasing Department of Salt Lake County as follows: Quote #460: July 16, 1976 at 2:30 p.m., truck type tunes Quote #461: July 19, )976 at 11:15 a.m.. Assorted furnilure Quote #468: Julv 16, 1976 at 2:30 P.m., traction casings Specifications may be pb- , . taitted from the Purchasing Department, 151 East 2100 South — 3rd floor. The County Commission reserves the right to reiect any or all bids. Only bids being properly signed, will be accepted. WILLIAM T. 30UTH (D-60) Purchasing Agent SALT LAKE COUNTS'" TREASURER'S OFFICE SALE "Unclaimed property of deceased persons, Heirs unknown to be held at the Salt Lake County Bike Room, 44 7 6 South Main, Salt Lake Citv, Utah, on July U, 1976, »t 11:30 A. M.-Sale conducted by the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office. All bids payable by cash only at this Sale. No checks." Capt. C. D. eVANS Civil Division Commander (A-3?) Mary Z. Brown flORISTS Brown Floral Co, , FREE DELIVERY . "Always'he Finest" In flowers 364-5544 iith So. IQtti West * * TOP Grade Artificial Flowers & Fruits. Reasonaoie. M.V496J. MILDRED'S FLOWERS 1522 E. 33rd So. American Fork, Utah, : oI Mary Joe Jensen Brown, 64, Salt Lake City, died July 10,1974, in a Salt Lake hospital. Born Feb. 9, 191?, Ephraim, Sanpete County, to Peter Daniel and Sarah Jane Rees Jensen. Married Dr. Royal Lee Brown Aug. 4, 1941, Salt Lake LDS Temple. Educator. Elementary school principal and consultant to Riverside, Calif., Consolidated School District. Member Delta Kappa Gamma end other education groups. Active member, LDS Church. Survivors: husband; brothers, sisters, Dr. D. Rees Jensen, New York City; Joel P. Jensen, Midvale; Eva J. Tomson, Richfield; Ruby J. Dean, Ephraim; Utahna J. Bagnali, Ephraim, Maude J. Dunn, Salt Lake City. Funeral Monday 10 a.m., Memorial Estates Mortuary, 5850- 9th East. Burial, Mountain View Memorial Estates. Ernest L. Gusfavson Ernest Leonard Gustavsoti, 84, 1991 Pheasant Way, died July 9, 1976, at home of pneumonia- Born Aug. 7, 1891, Sweden, to Carl and Emma Petersson Gustavson. Emigrated to U.S. in 1910. Veteran, WW I. Served in • France 1917-1918, was wounded ant) decorated tor bravery. Attended Utah State University and University of Utah, graduated 1924. Married Leona Hansen Sept. 19, 1923, Salt Lake LDS Temple. Worked for U.S. Postal Service, retired 1956. Hobby was gardening and agricultural work. High priest, Cottonwood Second LDS Ward. Served in several priesthood offices in Lincoln LDS Ward, Granite Stake and present ward. Survivors: wife, son, Dean Leonard Gustavson, daughters, Mrs. Robert (Alice) Sausbury, Mrs. Parker (Lila) Stoll, Mrs. Keith (Elsie) Gustaveson, 11 grandchildren, 5 great- grandchildren, two brothers in Sweden. Funeral Tuesday noon, Cottonwood 2nd LOS Ward Chaoel. 21)80 E. 5165 South. Friends may call at 260 E. South Temple Monday 6-B o.m., at ward chaoel hour before service. Burial, Sunset Gardens of the Valley, Desdemona S. Beeson Desdemona Stott Beeson, 79, 87S Donner Way, died July 8, 1976, of cancer in a Salt: Lake hospital. Born Aug. 2, 1997, Eureka, Juab County, to , Bradford "N.C. and Emma Darst Stott. She met Joseoh J., Beeson at Stanford University. ' They were married Julv 30. 1917, at Alta Graduate of University of Utah.' mining school. Completed graduate work at Stanford University. Served as mineral analyst for the Foreign Economics Administration in Washington, D.C., during WW II. She worked in mining with her husband for 60 years. In 1972 she and her husband, were awarded lifetime honorary memberships to the Utah Geological Assn. for their "contributions to the func! of knowledge in the field of mining geology." She was made a lifetime honorary citizen of Alta in 1974. Fifty-year member of Lynn's Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. Recipient of American Gold Star Mother award. Survivors: husband; daughter, Lorraine Burgin, Denver, Colo.; son, Walter W., Laguna Beach, Calif.; 6 grandchildren; 9 great- grandchildren; brother, Joseph D. Stott, Seattle, Wash. Funeral Tuesday noon under direction of Lynn's Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, at Eastman's Evans and Early Mortuary, 574 E. 1st South, where friends ma^ call half hour before service. Burial, Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Family suggests contributions to Oncolo<w Group at University of Utah Medical Center , fcr research in chemotherapy. Funerals .CARLSON — Funeral services for Neil Leon Carlson will De held Monday, 12 noon, at the Pleasant Green Ward Chapel, S751 W. 3000 South. Friends may call at 8525 West 2700 South, Maana, Monday, 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Burial, Valtev View Memorial Park. Funeral directors. Peel Funeral Home. EVANS — Funeral services for James E. Evans will be held Tuesday. 1:00 p.m., at the Pleasant Green Ward Chapel, 8751 W. 3000 South. Friends may call at 3525 W. 2700 South, Magna, Monday, 7 to 9 p m., and Tuesday, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Buriai. Eiysian Burial Gardens. Funeral direcrors. Peel Funeral Home. MILAR — Funeral services for Dan (Red) Milar will be hew Monday. 4:30 p.m., at Peel Funeral home. 8525 West 2700 Soum, Magna. where friends may call Sunday. 7 to 7:30 p.m.. and Monday, one tiour pnor to services. Burial Pleasant Green Cemetery. Funeral directors, Peel Funeral Home. STOUT — Funeral Services for tiizaoeth Jane Sperry Stout will be held Monday at 12:00 noon, in (tie Russon Bros. Mortuary Cnaoel. 255 South ?00 Easl, where friends may call Sunday from 7-.IYJ to 9:00 p.m., and Monday prior to services. lnt>irment, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Funeral directors, Russon Bros. Mortuary. - MCL6OD — Graveside services for Elizaueth Hawkes McLeod will be held Monday, 1:00 p.m.. at Berg Sunset Gardens of the Valley. Sanoy, where friends may call one hou'* prior to services at the Cemetery Chapei. Funeral directors. Berg Mortujry-Sunset Lawn. THOMPS6N - Fuiicral services tor AIM Thompson will De held Monday, IJ noon, in Ine Burton Ward Chspel, 2702 Sogtn Main, Fnenos m.iy call Sunday, 6 to 8 p.m. at the Jenkins-Sotfo Mortuary, 4760 Soutn State, and Monday ,it tno church one hour prior to services. Interment. Wasnlch Lawn Memorial Par*. Funeral directors, V.C, Soffc & Snns, PARKER - Funeral services for Sarah A. Parker will be uis Monoay al 1:30 p.m. in Ihe Colonial Hills First Ward Chape). 1«5 South )7ifi East. Friends may call Sunday from 6-8 p.m. at Evans & Early..574 East 1st South and on Monday at tne LOS Chapel one hour prior !o services. Burial in American Fork City Cemetery. Funeral directors, Anderson & Sons. SMITH -- Public Masonic tuner- ill services for Blair Leon Smith will Oc Noon Monday at Eastman's Evans & Early, 574 East 1st South where friends may can Sunday evening 7-8 p.m. and Monday one hour prior to services. Interment Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Funeral directors, Eastman's Evans & Early. STEV6NSEN - Funeral services lor Olaf Tneodor Stevenson win be held Tuesday at 12 noon in the Russon Brothers Mortuary QMPCI, 255 South 2nd East where frlenas may call Monday 7-9 p.m. ana Tuesday prior to services. Interment wasatch Lawn Mcmori. al Park. Funeral directors, Sus- sofi.Brothcrswrluarv. BUR6IDGK - Gravoslde y>r- vices for Richard William/ (Bill) Buroidee will Re held Monday 12 noon in the Sail Lake City Cemetery, Friends may call at Lawn Mortuary, 2oO East South Temple Sunday 6-8 p.m. and Monday II to 1| :45 a.m. Funeral directors, Lan kin Mortuary. Sarah Alice Parker Sarah Alice Parker, 87, 1310 V Ittti East, died Friday, July 9, 1974, in Salt Lake City. Born mjf*»«>~»«m April, 1889, .0 IF - ' ^ if* Lafayette and? Mary Ann Julian 1 Parker. Never mar. ried. Active) member, LDS j Church. Taught | school !n American Fork and Salt Lake .'or 41 • years. Attendee! USU at Losan, graduated from 8YU at Provo. Survivors: tour brothers, one sister; J. Bartle Parker, Mrs. Mary Ann (Mate) Earl, Harry J. Parker, all Salt Lake City; Frank J. Parker, Lehl, Utah; Donald W. Parker,, Denver, Colo. Several nephews and nieces. Funeral Monday 1:30 p.m. Colonial Hills First Ward Chapel, 14S5 S. 17th East. Friends may call at the Evans and Early Mortuary, 574 e, I st South, Sunday from 6 to 8 p m. and at the chapel Monday one hour orlor to services. Burial, American Fc r k City Cemetery, Olaf T. Stevensen Olaf Thoodor Stevensen, 85, 966 E. 2nd South, died July 9,1976, in a Salt Lake bos- i pltal. Born Sept. 8, 1890, Bergen, Norway, to Ole and Dorthea f Seywartsen Stef- fetisen. Marries Thora Gunda I Saethcr Nov. 29, 1913, Salt Lake City. Later solemnized Salt? Lake LDS Tern-: pie. She died i 1971. Owned and ooerateit Stevens Market for 57 years. Retired July, 1973. Member LDS Church. Survivors: 3 sons, 2 daughters Paul, Glen, Ted, all Salt Lake City; Mrs. Harry E. (Helen) Cojakos, Murray; Mrs. Reuben (Thelma) Cottam, Holladay; 12 grandchildren; 12 great- grandchildren. Funera! Tuesday noon, Russon Brothers Mortuary Chapel, 255- 2nd East, where friends may call Monday 7-9 p.m., Tuesday prior to service. Burial, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Rhea Lucile Snow Tracy Rhea Lucile Snow Tracy, 79, of 1320 East 5th South, died July 9, 1976, in a Salt Lake hospital B 6 r November 5, a 1896, at Cardston. Alberta, j Canada to President Lorenzo I Snow and Sara [ Minnie Jensen. . Married Charles Garfield Tracy, ' June 10, 1918, at) Far m i ngton, I Utah. He died in I 1956. Sne was an • active member of the LDS Church and served in various Ward and Stake auxiliaries. She was the youngest of 42 children and last surviving child of President Lorenzo Snow. She lived until -tne age of five in the Beehive House. She served on the Stake Indian Affairs Committee in California. She was an actress in Vaudeville and Motion Pictures. She wrote screen scenarios, and radio plays; she also taught Drama. She was the author of several books, and was a prolific writer of poetry. She was the niece of Elizar Snow. She is survived by two daughters: Mrs. Mauvia Snow Bradford, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Gabriel A. (Norlyn) Torres, Bountiful; 4 grandchildren; 1 great grandchild. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, 12:30 p.m., in the Douglas Ward Chapel. 721 South i2th East. Friends may call at Russon Bros. Mortuary, 255 So. 2nd East, Tuesday, from 6 to 8 p.m., and Wednesday at the Ward, *~ hour prior to service. Interment, Erigham City Cemetery, at 3:30 p.m. Mabel W. Burton Mabel Woods Burton, 62, 337 Logan Ave., died July 9, 1976, in a Salt Lake hospital of conges- five heart failure. Born July 18, 1913, Salt Lake | City, to Ernest and Catherine F r a n c t Reynolds Woods. Married ' Scott Henry Burton Aug. 5, 1936, Salt Lake LDS ^ „ Temple, Former \ c member. Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Accompanist for Jesse Evans Smith for many years. Ward organist in various wards. Taught piano in her home. Survivors: husband; 3 sons, Clyde, Sunnyvale, Calif.; Robert, El Dorado, Calif.; Keith, Salt Lake City; daughter, Mrs. Kathleen Wood. Cedar City; 14 grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday 2 p.m.. Marlborough LDS Ward Chapel, 808 Roosevelt Ave. Friends may call at Deseret Mortuary Monday M p.rrt., at ward chapei hour before service. Buriai, Lake Hills Memorial Park. Willem Riet Willem Riet. 72, 735 3rd Ave. died July 9. 1976. in a Salt Lake hospital. Born Sept. 5, 1903, Rotterdam, Holland, to W i I lern and Joanna Van ' Gulck ftiet. Mar- riod Cornelia Helena Booaert Scot. IJ, 1934, Holland. Later , solemnized Logan LOS Temple. Building engineer. Judge Bidg. High- priest, North 21st LDS Ward. Genealogy and temple worker Survivors: wife; son, daughters. Jan Slager, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Catherine Pacondo, Las Vegas, Nev ; Mrs. Bert L. (Liahona) Scheller, Jr.. Salt Lake Citv; 13 grandchildren; brother, Daan Riet. Salt Lake City; sister, Mrs. Henry (Joanna) Chase, Salt Lake City. Funeral Tuesday noon, North 21st LD3 Ward Chapel, 680 2nd Ave. Friends may call at Larkin Mortuary, 260 E. South Temple. Monday 6-8 p.m., at ward chapel Tuesday hour before service. Burial, Sunset Memorial Gardens. Melvin A. Robison FL.OWELL. Millard County Melvin A. Robison, 77, Flowell, died July 9, 1976, in a Fillmore hospital after a long illness. Born April 7, 1899, Fillmore, to Franklin Alonzo and Gertrude Peterson RoCison. Married Fauntclia Davies June 'J, 1919, Fillmorc. Later solemnized Manti LDS Temple. Member LDS Cnurch. Farmer. Livestockman. Survivors: wife; 3 son';, 4 daughters. Junior, J«irold, both Flowell; Parley, Prcivo; Mts. Garland (Phyllis) Johnson, Acraham, Millard County; Mrs. Jess iEstell) Bennett. Holdon, Millard County; Mrs. Lie (True) Huber, Mesa, An;..; Mrs. Car! (Faun! Gillette. Leadore, Idaho; 30 grandchildren; 17 great- grandchildren; brother, A. W. Rooison, Fillmore; sister, Mrs. Paul (Evelyn) Baiiev, Eagle Rock, Calif. Funeral Tuesday II a.m., Flowell LDS Ward Cheptl. Friends call at Oiprn Mortuary, Fillmore, Monday 8-9 p.m., dt ward chapel Before .service. Bunal. Fillmore Cemetery. Gilbert V.Lewis KANAB — Gilborf Vernon Lewis, 79. Kanab, died Julv 10, 1976, al home of cancer. Born May 30, 1897. Ramah. N.M., to Samuel Lewis and Daphne Hamolin Lewis. Married Melissa Sloomfield 1918. Solemnlzad in Mesa, Aru./LDS Tempfc. Divorced. Married Elizabeth McVey Sept. 16, 1939, Albuquerque, N.M. Veteran WW I. Heavy duty equipment mechanic. Survivors: wife) suns, daughters, Mrs. Joe (Itfellv) ,>Jichol, Mrs. Alden (Dcrotny) Lambson, .Garland, Rankln, all Raman, N.M.; Cecil, Homer, Alaikaj Lloyd, Follettc, Tox.j Mrs. Atom (Affon) Flsner, Standing, San Juan County; stepson, Charles A. McVey, Reno, Nov.; 44 arandchlldron; 73 sreal- grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday 2 p rn., Kanab LDS Slake Center, where frlenns call hour before service. Burial, Kanab City Cemetery, with military honors. Funeral directors, Spllsbury «nd Gra!f Mortuary, St. George. Elnora N. Farnsworth : RICHFIELD - Elnora Nielsen Farnsworth, 83, Richfield, died July 9, 1976, in a r Peasant Grove -, nursins home of j cancer. Born Nov. 13, I 1892, PflChttCO, J Moxlca to Au- i stln Martlndale; and Agatha Ann Lee Farn^worfh. ( Married Albert; Senlur "Orig"L Nielson July 18, i 1912, Richfield, r^ He died Nov. i, 1939. Married James P. Edwards. He dted. Married £lmer David Farnsworth. He died. Practical nurse. Member LDS Church. Lived In Richfield, Dividend. Utah County, Salt Lake City and Tooele. Survivors: 2 sons, 2 daughters, Alber* Senlur Nleison, Genola, Utah County; Joseph Hugh Nielson, Grants, N.M.; Mrs. A. R. (lla) Klenda, Tooele; Mrs. Jim L. (June) Edwards, Fremont, Calif,; 6 grandchildren* 14 areat- srantfchildren; 2 sisters, Mrs. Joseph P. (Greta) Miller, Lehi; Mrs. Ina Cook, Tooele. Funeral Tuesday 2 p.m., Maa- leby Mortuary, Richfield. Friends may call, at Otpin Family Mortuary. Pleasant Grove, Monday M p.m.; al Masleby Mortuary, Rlcti- field, Tuesday hour before service. Burial, Richfield City Cemetery. Peari Levina W. Howard Pearl Lev'na Walker Howard. 89, of Granger, died July 9,1976, In a Salt Lake con-| valescent hospi-I tal. Born August I 17, 1836, tol H y r um andl Lucetta Clark I Walker. Married! Horace S. How-1 ard, July 5,1909,1 in Pocatello, Idaho. Later sol-1 emnized in the! Salt Lake Tem-l pie. He diedf January 18,1974.1 Survivors:" son, H. Rex Howard, Salt Lake Citv; 3 grandchildren; 3 great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be Tuesday,.10:00 a.m., st Memorial Estates Mortuary, 5850 South 9th East. Friends may call one hour prior to services. Interment, Sunset Gardens of the Valley. Albert E. Date Albert Ernest Dale, 8V, MS4 S. 900 West, died July 10, 1976, in a Salt Lake hospital of causes incident to age. Born June 15, 1887, Sandy, to Olaf and Christine Dale. Married Barbara Endres Jan. 28, 1911, Salt Lake City. Survivors: wife; sons, Allen | R., Burlinsame, ' Calif.; Raymond i H., Salt Lake ' City; 4 grandchildren,- brother, Arthur, Salt Lake City; sisters, Mrs. Annie Butler, Mrs. Laura Jones, both Salt Lake City. Graveside services Monday 10 a.m., Wasetch Lawn Memorial Park. Friends may call Sunday 6-8 p.m., Monday 9-9:30 a.m. at Larkin Mortuary, 260 E. South Temple. Family suggests no flowers. Clarice R. Edmunds LA MIRADA, Calif. — Clarice Lida Robinson Edmunds, 57, La Mirada, died July 7, 1976, in La Mirada after a long illness. Born Oct. 27, 1919, Newdale, Idaho, to Heber Clarence and Maude Clarice Robinson. Attended elementary school in Newdale and graduated from Sugar City High School. Served LDS mission to California for 18. months. Married David Garth Edmunds Dec. 19, 1942, Salt Lake LDS Temple* Five children were bom, all surviving. Her husband, Garth, died June 28,1969. She was active in LDS Church. Stake Rel'ef Society president in Norwalk, Calif., 1.959-1967. Survivors: sons, daughter, Michael, Guadalajara, Mexico: Brent, Irvine. Calif.; Steven, Rome, N.Y.; SCOT), Soda Springs, Idaho; Debra Tippefls, San Jose, Calif.; 10 grandchildren; mother; brothers, sisters, Clair, Wallace, Jay, Mary, all Newdale, Idaho; Mlllward, Salina, Sevier County; Wayne, Bountiful; June, Lyman, Idaho. Funeral Monday in La Mirada and Tuesday at 11 a.m. af Larkin Mortuary, 260 E. South Temple. Salt Lake City, where friends may call one hour before service. Burial, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Hyrum Laird CARBONVILLE, Carbon County — Hyrum Laird, 87, Carbonville, died July 9.1976, in a Price nursing home after a long illness. . Born Nov. 19,1888, Goshen, Utah County, to David and Elizabeth Gardner Laird. Married Pearl Evans 1912, Provo. She died 1960. Married Iva Pearl Huff Barney March 10, 1961, "Provo. Retired coal miner. Member UMWA Local 6363. Old time baseball player. Director, Carbon County Welfare for many years. For many vears president of Spring Canyon Community Club, Survivors: wife, Spanish Fork; daughters, Mrs. Arnold (Wllda) Skinner, Mrs. Paul (Marba) Elliott, both Cartjonville; 8 grandchildren; 18 great- grandchildren; brother, William, Payson,- 8 stepch i Idren. Funeral Tuesday noon, Mitchell Funeral Chapel. Price, where friends, call Monday 7-9 p.m.. Tuesday before service. Graveside service 3:30 p.m., Provo City Cemetery. Zella M. Waiker OGDEN — Zelia McQuarrie Walker. 90, Ogden, died July 9, 1976, in an Ogden nursing home. Born June 12, 1886, to Hector A. and Ella Gardner McQuarrie. Married Horace H. Walker Sept. 13. 1904, St. George LDS Temple. He died Jan. 12, 1964. Lived in Salt Lake Citv and in Ogden since 1922. Member LDS 6m Ogden Ward. Former member, Ladies Literary Club. Survivors: son, Richard M. Walker, San Mateo, Call!.: 9 grandchildren; 10 great- grandchildren; 4 greaf-great- granachildren; sister, Mrs. Boyd (Anne.) Hatch, New York City. Graveside services Tuesday U a.m.. Washington Height? Memorial Park, Ogden. Friends may call al Lindquist and Sons Mortuary Monday 6-fi p m., Tuesday until 10:30 a.m. Alonzo M. King ANAHEJM. Calif. — Alonzo Marion King, 86, Anaheim, died July 3, 1976, in an Anaheim hospital of leukemia. Born Jan. 17, 1890. Clinton, Davis County, to Hyrum and Emily Edith Mason King. Married MiiDel Garner W*. Hooper, Wecer County. Divorced. Married Rose Tayicr. She died. Retired employe, American National lisj'ance Co. , Survivors: 'an, Marion, West Jordan; 7 grandchildren; brother, George. Ogden; sisfers, Mrs. Rnoda Todci, Hoojer; Mrs. Ansus (Alice) Hansen. Riverside, Webw County. Funeral services are Rending from Santa Ana, Calif. Sandra K. Burt Sandra Kave Burt, 7-day-ctd daughter of Jack Spencer and Sflerrv Bagley Burt, 7511 Bekkemeflom Way, died July 10. 1976. in a Salt Lake City hospital of a heart detect. Born July 2. 1976, Murray. Survivors: parents; bro'.heri. sisters, Alcisha, Kclli, Aaron, Spencer, all Salt Lake City; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Burt, Salt Lake City; Mr. *nd Mrs. Donald F. Bagley, Murray. Funeral Monday 2:30 p.m., Butler West LDS Stake Center, 1845 E. 7200 South, where friends call Monday hour before service. Burial, Sunset Gardens ol me Valley. Funeral directors. Jenkins-Soffc Mortuary. Daniel M. Sorensen KIRKWOOD, N.Y. - Daniel Mead Sorensen, 76, Kirkwoort, died July 10, 1976, . m a Bmshanioton, N.Y., hospital after a long illness. Horn Oct. 8, 1899, Georgetown, Idaho, to Christian and Alice Rosalia Tippets, Sorensen. Married Gladys Laura Gordon JuncS, 194i, Now York. Survivors: wife; daughter, Gladys Mae Sedlck, sons, Thomas Daniel, Robert Mead, Daniel Joseph, Kenneth Wflllor, Bernard Gene, «ll New YOifk; Jatncu Edward, . Alabama: 19 SMndchlldrefi; sister, Lois Eileen N«iy. Salt Lake City. Funeral Monday In Ihe Blnshampton LDS Ward Chapel. Ellis M. Ware Ellis Murray Ware, 31, of 2135 West 5800 South, Roy, drowned July * in the Weber Rivar near Henefer, . Utah. Born May j 31,1945. InMina- tare, Nebraska, son of Everett '. Elvln,.and Virginia Wombato | Ware. Married Carolyn Chsu- pell in the Logan LDS Temple, July 7, 1967., Owner and man- • ager of Electrl- — cai Wiring and Rebuilding Co. of Ogden. Former worker at Boeing and had been a mechanic and service manager for Goodyear and Maw Equipment. Served in the U.S. Marine Corns Reserve: later served in the 67th Aerial Post Squadron of the U.S. Air Force Reserve. Came to Roy in 1962. Member, fioy 8th LDS Ward. Had been a Scoutmaster and Ward Coach of Ihe Softball Team. Served a Northern British Mission in 1965-67. Also was Scoutmaster for ttie Roy 7th Ward and had been a Sunday School teacher and Priest Quorum advisor and teacher for the Roy 12th Ward. Played City League Softball for the Dover Elevator team. Survivors: widow. Roy; 2sons, 2 daughttirs; William Marti:i Ware, David Matthew Ware, Miss Nancy Jean Ware, Miss Stephanie Ann Ware, all of Roy. Parents, Roy; one brother, Warren Mjrtin Ware, Ogden; grandparents, Mrs. Edilh Ware, Mitchell, Nebraska; Mrs. Hazel Wombaker, Roy, Utah. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, 1:0fl P.m., in the Lind- quitf and Sons Colonial' Chapel, Ogden, where friends may call Monday, 6 to 8 p.m.. and Tuesday, prior to services. Interment Washington Heights Memorial Park, South Ogden. Mary Agnes Shields LAKEVIEW, T006LE COUNTY — Mary Agnes Shields, 83, died Julv 7,1976, at the home of a daughter. Mrs. Donna Dixon. Born January 20, 1893, at Lakeview, to Robert Bruce and Agnes Shields Sagers. Married Versal Shields, April 10, 1912, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died in June, 1967, Acllve member of the LDS Church. Survivors: sons, daughters, Alvin, Tooele; Lowell and Versal A., both of Lakeview; Mrs. Anna Palmer, Mrs. Ruth Pitt, Mrs. Donna Dixon, all of Lakeview; Mrs. Agnes Benson, Tooele; Mrs. Dora Barnett,. Caliente, Nevada; Mrs. Helen Rivers, Apia, Western Samoa; 4 brothers, Robert B. Sagers. Lakeview; Willard, Milton, Elmer Sagers, all of St. John.; 4 sisters, Eva Shields, Lakeview; Mrs. Lial (Emily) Russell, Mrs. Elvon (Violet) Russell, both St. John, Mrs. George (Blanch) Bryan, Stockton; 41 grandchildren; 52 great- grandchildren. Funeral services 'will be held Monday, 1:00 p.m., in the Lakeview LDS Chapel. Friends may call at the Tale Mortuary, Sunday, 7 to 9 p.m., and Monday, from 11:30 a.m , to 12:30 p.m. Burial, Tooele Citv Cemetery. , Sylvia S. Peterson SPRING CITY, Sanpete County — Sylvia S. Petersen, 78, Spring City, died July 10,1976, in a Mount Pleasant hospital. Bom Dec. 13, 1897, Spring City, to Albert and Annie M. Bertelsen SandstrOm. Married James A. Petersen March 28, 1917, Manti. He died Jan. 6,1967. Member LDS Church. Survivors: 6 sons, Charles, Don, Seth, all Spring City; Dean, Mount Pleasant; Vern, Salt Lake City; Max, Sandy; 11 grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday 1 p.m., Spring Ciry LDS Ward Chapel. Friends call Ursenbach Funeral Home. Mount Pleasanf, Monday 8-9 p.m., af ward cnapel hour before service. Burial, Spring City Cemetery. InesC. Sorenson LOGAN — Ines C. Sorenson, 83, Logan, died July 9. 1976, in a Logan nursing home of causes incident to age. Born Oct. 17, 1992, Looan, to James and Mary Davis Sorenson. Active in LDS Church auxiliaries. Seamstress. Losan Knitting Mills. Member LDS Church. Survivors: 3 sisters. 2 brothers, Gladys Sorenson, James V. "Slim" Sorenson, William A. Tony Sorenson, all Logan; Blanche Bird. Brisham Citv. Funeral Monday., noon. Half Mortuary Chapel, where friends may call Sunday 7-9 p.m., Monday hour before service. Burial, Logan City Cemetery. Patrick McCaffery MANTI — Patrick McCaffery. 94, died July 9, 1976, of natural causes. Born Julv 28, 1631. Willows. N.M. Married Hazel Bench March 1. 1926. Retired D&RGW Railroad employe. Survivors: wife; sons, daughters, Mrs. Roger (Barbara) Jorgensen, Mrs. Byron (Pauline) DeLeeuuew, . Mrs. Ray (Betty) Jorgensen, Dean, Keith, Michael, 19 grandchildren, 5 great- grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday 1 p.m., Manti Center North LDS Ward Chapel. Friends call Monday 7-9 p.m., Buchanan Mortuary, Tuesday before service. Burial, Manti City. Christine Gardner Gilbert Schmidt WEST BOUNTIFUL • Christine Gardner Gilbert Scnimidt, 82, of 357 No. 800 West, died July 9,1976, af the home of a niece. Born May 7, 1894, Springfield, Connecticut, to Charles Tiffany and Lena Alice Gardner Gilbert. Married Carl Schmidt, Mav 15. 1918. at Hampton, Virginia. He died. Survivors: sister, Phyllis G. Cannon; nieces and nephews. Memorial services will be held Monday, July 12, at 11:00 a.m. in the West Bountiful 2nd Ward, 850 North 800 West. Interment, Stranton Island, New York. Justin Dale Uffens Justin Dale Uffens, infant son of Joseph David and Cynthia Howard Uffens, died July 9,1976. in a local hospital. Survived by parents, grandparents, Mrs. 8. Mrs. J. D. Uffens of Salt Lake City.: Mr. 8, Mrs. Dale W. Howard. Riverton. 2 brothers, Jason David, Jeffery Daniel. Graveside services will be held Tuesday, 10: 00 a.m., in the Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Funeral directors, Russon Brothers Mortuary. News of Record Area Deaths BEESCN, Desdemona Stott, 79, 375 Donner Way, July 8,1976. BROWN, Wary lot Jensen, W, Salt Lake City, July 111. 1976. BURT. Sandra Kayo, 7-day-old daughter of Jiick Spencer and Sherry Bagley Bur!, 7511 Dekkemellom Way, July 10.1976. BURTON, Mabel Woods. 62, 837 Ltxjan Ave., July 9,197i. DALE, Aloerf Ernest, 89,1454 S. 900 Wesl, Julv 11), 1976. EDMUNDS, Clarice Lida Roninson, 57, La Mirada. Calif.. Julv T, 1976. FARNSWOR1H. Elnora Nielson, 83. Richfreid, Julv 9, .1976. GUSTAVSON. Ernest Leonard, Si, 1991 Pheasant wa/, July 9,197o. HOWARD, Pearl Levina Walker, M, Granger, July 9,1976. KING, Aionzo Marion Kins, 87, Annricim. Cant., July 8,1976. LAIRD. Hyrum, 87. Carbonvilie, Carbon County. Julv 9.1976. LEWIS, Gilbert Vernon, 79, Kanab, July 10,1976. MCCAFFERY, "alrick, 94, Manti, Jul»9, 1976. PETCP.SEN, Sylvia 5., 78, Spring Citv. Sanpele County. Julv 10,1976. RIET, Willem. 72.7)5 3rd Ave., July 9, 1976. ROBISON, Melvin A., 77, FlOWiill, Millard County, July 9,1976. SCHMIDT, Christine Gardner Gilbert, 82, 3S7 N. 800 WW, West Bountiful, July 9,1976. SHIELDS, Mary Agnes, 83. L8Hevic!w, 1 opclc Coonty, July 7,197o. • SORENSEN, Daniel Mead. 76, Kirkwood, N.Y., July 10, i976. SORENSON, Ines C., U Logan, Julv 9, Wti, STEVENSEN, Dial Theodor, 85, It* E.JndSoutn, July 9,1976. TRACY, Rhea LucHe Snow, 79,13M E. 5ln So-Jlh, Julv 9,19X6, UFFENS, Dale, infanl son of Joseph David and Cyntnla Howard Uitcns, 8i9 University Vlniiao, July», 19«. WALKER, Zella McOunrrlo, W, Ogticn, July 9, W6. WARE, Ellis Murray, 31. Roy, July 4,1976. Bruce Logan is heels over head while zipping through the ZCMI Mall on a skateboard. Skateboard Ace rwis »|i f T. i Ihrilis iltahns For a second there, .it looked like Bruce Logan wasn't going to make it. Everything was going smoothly for the world champion professional skateboard artist — everything except a misplaced granite planter box just a little too close to his high jump bar. Fortunately for'the 25-year-old Encinitas, Calif., daredevil, he missed the planter box and skated off in a series of turns, spins and pivots that would have turned any commoner upside down. Mr. Logan, however, was already upside down, as a large portion of his demonstration Saturday at the ZCMI Center was devoted to the art of riding a skateboard on his head, or doing a handstand. The reigning world champion, accompanied by an equally adroit partner. Eddie Katz, 14, also of Encinitas, entertained shoppers as part of a country-wide barnstorming tour to promote his own endorsed brand of skateboard. For two hours, he and Eddie skated under, over around and upside-down to the enjoyment, and puzzlement of the small crowd. In training for the September world championships at Long Beach. Calif., Mr. Logan said one of his favorite events is speed skateboarding. He is one of the few persons who ever been clocked at 55-plus miles per hour. Legal Service Utah Legal Service, Inc., with a long-raiitfe objective of providing indigent legal service,-; statewide, has been organized. The corporation will provide civil legal services for those financially unable to pay, said B. L. Dart Jr., who was elected chairman at the first board meeting. Initially, the corporation will be comprised of two previously existing legal services — the Salt Lake County Bar Legal Services, Inc., and Weber County Legal Aid Services, Inc. Establishing additional offices is projected as expansion money becomes available, Mr. Dart said. Mr. Dart is a partner in the law firm of Jarman and Dart and served as chairman of the Salt Lake County Bar Legal Services, Inc.'s board of directors. E. Barney Gesas was selected as the director of Utah Legal Services, Inc. Mr. Gesas was director of Salt Lake County Bar Legal Services, Inc., when it became part of the new program. Area Births Births roporleC at Salt Lake area hospitals during ihe 2J hours ended af 9 o.m, Saturday include: LDS Hospital Mr, and Mrs. Sieve 1 ? Lee, 2735 Alden St., daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Romlr! Parr. 1133 BrooKlyn Ave., daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Steven T. Funk, 605 A University Village, son. Mr. and Mrs. John U. Roberts, 7842 S. 2200 West. West Jordan, son. Mr. dnd Mrs. William L. Fowler, ',58 W. 2400 Soutn. Bountiful, son. Mr. and Mrs, Mike Marlin, 239 S. 2nd Wesl. Price, daughter. Mr. ai>b Wirv Richard M. $mifi, 3451 S. Scot Circle, son. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hirst. 86 E. TOO South, Farmlnnton, daughter. Mr. and Mrs, Kelly S. Miiurtslev. 172 K SI., daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kreos, 1203 lol.i Ave., Daughter. Mr. ane Mrs, Melvin Olson, 350 W • 1134 Soutn, Orem. son. Or. and tors. H. Mictviel Wclntyro, 1459 University Village, ddagnter. Mr. am! Mrs. Ronald W. Condls 01VS S. 26(0 6.1SI. Sinuv, son. Mr. JrM Mrs. Paul B. Bums, 5920200 East. son. Mr. and Mrs. Avenlcio E. Baca Jr., 957 Girlicld, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sanders. 641 E. 4^1 Sourn, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Craig T. Prcbsl, H«wr City, son. . St. Mark's • Mr. anri Mrs. Bryan Angus, 9 Tinvwood Dr., Sanrtv, son, Mr. ,ind Mrs, wnyno wllcon, 4893 vV. 38K> South, wn. mr. find Mrr,. Joe Baker, iiOI)7 OOP Girlos, son, Holy Cross Mr, and Mrs. Philip Todd, «»0 W. 3860 South, Huriler, 5011. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vigil. Ka'.i ',. ;th Easl. Midvale, M«I. Mr. and Mrs. Scott W (Jry^iile. .W fc'. 1UI05 Soull). Sfindv, drtimhter. Mr. and Mrs. Ricn«irfl C, DIK, WC7 2r,d East, dfluflhtor. University Mr. ana Mn.. G:w Johnson, 128 S, 440C Wesl, Riverton, son. Coltonwood Mr. .inn Mr,. r?,ind<tll Bult^rfit.'lfj. IBM W, B?!iO South, vnisl Jordnn, tMuqhlur. Mr. and Mn,. Gregory A. Irvine. 2165 Platinum Dr., W«t Jordan, son. Mr. and Mrs. Kay LnyflSr™n, Ji30 W, 69(10 South. Wost Jorann, wn. Mr. and Mrs. Soticr P. Mover, 8391 Subloll Circle, Sandy, (laughter. Mr. ami Mrs. A. Uynn Pohlm.in, 8994 Ida Lane, Sandy, son. Valley West Wf. and Mrs. Clifford Sorenson, 7449 w. 33Ju Souin, Manna, daughter Mr. iind Mrs. Stonticn Jonnwn, 5984 C.ivemme Dr., Buiinion, daughter. South Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard Neal, 362 VI. 33011 Soujti, Bounlitul, (taiidhioc. Mr, ml Mm. J.imej hituren, 3-1 N. 200 Wesl. Farmlnflton, son. Mr. and Mrs. Ricnnra Bruso, «5 S 200 East, Bountllul, son. ado t Berths Mr. itnd Mr». Steven Back, HI9 East 8375 Soutn, Siinrfy. son. Mr. ana Mrs. Mwvln Binds, 52' S. hi (V.ist Boiinfllul, daughter. ' Mr. and. Mm. David McQueory. 5W N. .w Easl, Centervlllo, am. Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo drr, - M8 |i| TOWoil, inn. Mr. imcfMrc. Marvin HoOdon, 943 N. r., Bounlitul, son. i'V

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