The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on July 19, 1973 · Page 16
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 16

Ogden, Utah
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Thursday, July 19, 1973
Page 16
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LORI JEAN LYLE Champion Roper TAMMY NIELSEN Air Base Queen SHERRIE DAWN ROSS Asks State Title KATHIE KIDMAN Weber State Coed Miss Rodeo Utah Title Sought by Four Girls Ogden's own rodeo queen, first attendant to the Weber talented Sherrie Dawn Ross, 19, of Hooper, tops a list of 16 cowgirls who have indicated they will compete for the title of Miss Rodeo Utah, July 23-24. Miss Ross' first attendant, Lori Jean Lyle, 18, of Huntsville, also has entered the competition, along with Tammy Nielsen, 22, of Clinton and Kathie Kidman, 19, of Slaterville. State rodeo queen last year and is also sponsored by the Pioneer Days committee. Miss Lyle is studying court reporting at WSC and has been riding for seven years. FROM AIR BASE The Hill Air Force Base rodeo queen, Tammy Nielsen, is a daughter of Mrs. Elaine Bright 2B Ogden Standard-Examiner, Thursday, July 19, 1973 Ogden School Board Okays Extension for Television Study The Ogden School Board public instruction, had great difficulty in pushing through the board and approval for the study. BOARD DIVIDES Board members were almost has a p p r o v e d a 90-day time extension for the Utah State Board of Education to make a study and decide if it wants to take over the Ogden district's educational television channel. In a related action, the board opened bids on its transmitter [evenly divided, with those in , . , · favor being interested but still I 'j* s ^ a fb Fe r °" not ready to make a corn- facilities ranged from the high of $4,795 to a low..offer of $508. Second high bid came from the state highway patrol, which offered $4,500. The board for a time considered awarding the bid to the because of a public service obligation," then concluded the highway patrol could obtain the service it wishes through rental from the high bidder. Dr. Garner told the board that no official appraisal had been made, although a figure had been prepared based on costs which board president Gilbert Marriott had asked not be made j moved to the Oquirrh mountains public. The superintendent said the!TM 0 ? 1 W1 Little Mountain facilities salej ' of Salt Lake City where imuch wider coverage can be should not affect acquisition by the state because the state superintendent does not want the channel unless its broadcast facilities can be . , Some members of the state possible board at the Friday meeting site at Little Mountain in the mitment at present. called acquisition of Channel 9 empire building" and picking up a financial burden the Ogden district is anxious to get rid of. west end of Weber County and awarded the sale to Weber Communications Co. for its high bid of $4,795. The acceptance, however, was made subject to the state board's taking over the local district's Channel 9 and moving studio and broadcast facilities to Salt Lake City and the Oquirrh mountains. Channel 9 was purchased in 1962 by the Ogden District from former school board member Arch Webb for $170,000. A study at that time prepared by Dr. Russell Carruth,. then director of special services for Rex Campbell, representing educational KUED at television station the University of Utah, spoke strongly against the need of a second state operated television channel. Dr. William L. Garner, superintendent, told the board he doubted federal' funds could be obtained to convert channel 9 to color, or that the FCC would allow the district to sell it for "empire building" and picking up a financial burden the Ogden district! s anxious to get rid of. It was being operated as a commercial channel when the the district, estimated facilities board obtained right to use the of Channel 9 as being worth $230,000. FACILITY IMPROVED This included studio facilities which were not part of the Little Mountain sale. Extensive improvements w e r e made during the next decade. Dr. Gerald H. Raat, assistant superintendent o f Ogden schools, said the state board at its meeting last Friday asked for six months to conduct an in- depth study of the educational B A R G A I N S IN FOOD BARGAINS IN FOOD OUR NAME--OUR PROMISE OPEN JULY 24TH television channel and what use I months. c h a n n e l for educational television broadcasting. Dr. Garner said that in retrospect "maybe it would have been better to have.let it remain as a commercial channel." STUDY VIEWED B o a r d member Spencer Klomp asked if the Ogden district shouldn't be making its own study of possible future utilization or disposal of the channel during the next three VINE RIPE SALAD ITOMATOES 4, b n°° SWEET RIPE {NECTARINE! Ibs. 00 the state could make of it. However, he said lengthy telephone conversations with the F e d e r a l Communications Commission had brought approval for only a 90-day period : _ ...,.:_,_ ,,_- station may air and still retain its license. A second extension might be possible. Dr. Raat said he attended the in which the remain off the state Lake board City meeting and Dr. in Salt Walter Dr. Garner assured him the local administration will be working closely with the state study and should get what information it needs by that route. The board stipulated in agreeing to the 90-day extension that the Ogden board in that time should retain the right to change its mind and go another direction if it found reason to do | so. UTAH SLICING ;UCUMBER! 10' aa. 15 LB. CLIP TOP CARROTS Talbot, state superintendent o f ' Bids on the Little Mountain Pkg. *§ *% · SWEET UTAH CORN * yfS'?!?'- 'Vv #» =' doz. LARGE SWEET PEACHES Ib. Boneless Beef.Rib lye SPENCER STEAKS LARGE GREEN ] PEPPERS Morrell 12 Oz. All Meof ·O. FRANKS 77 e * M "kg. Brand X 1 Ib. Sliced BACON Boneless Beef CUBE STEAK 49 Ib. BIF Beef and Bacen BREAKFAST SAUSAGE FullyCook«dH«at Eat 2 Ib.] CHICKEN IN A BASKET fc 1 99 FRESH UTAH GREEN CABBAGE 10 Ib. Tip Top * Oz. Frozen FRUIT DRINKS 00 Chain Store 8/$ 1.00 Valencia 303 Select PITTED OLIVES Chain Store 49c Other entries have come from i of Clinton and attends Weber State. She plans to become an throughout Utah and will be announced as their official entries are received, said Mrs. , , , , , . . ., Janica Pantone, contest chair-! elementar ' teacher ' but in the man. : meantime works at the Ogden The granddaughter of Mr. and Standard-Examiner. Mrs. Nephi H. Ross of Hooper, M i s s Rodeo Ogden was graduated from Clearfield High,^ . ... School and has been attending! Congeniality Weber State College. I contestants. In this year's Ogden queen federal Job Corps Aide Sees Threat in Fund Loss MILITARY SPRINGS -- With | foods and building materials | deral funds frozen and rising that, it's hppn hard tn maintain contest she was picked Miss; inflation the director of Weber Basin Job Corps said today he by her fellow j doesn't" "know "how the center will operate in another year. DDO ENTRY Elected Miss Defense Depot Ogden, Miss Davis County Rodeo Queen in 1972, she went A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Congress is going to have to Milton V. Kidman, Miss Kid-i take a close Iook at .nan *. attends WSC, in cosmetology. tne J3TM. director. . jV* e a TM-° i 6 j° me r, i r S l Active in the college rodeo He said the center that it's been hard to maintain the status quo," the director! said. In light squeeze, of a the tight financial) center attendant to Miss Rodeo Ogden j d u b she also rides competition!operating on less money than i and second attendant to Miss i . , .... _ . * . Ud in 1965 - addine that it wa, Rodeo Utah. i m the utah Miss Ross is presently the i Association. Weber State rodeo queen. Her sponsor in the state competition is the Ogden Pioneer Days Executive Committee. Miss Lyle also has made an impressive record in rodeo, having won the high school jgoat tying. state finals ' ' roping in 1972. Barrel Racing i d i d in 1965 ~ adding that it was ' over funded at that time -- and .in the midst of skyrocketing In her riding career, which j inflation. stretches over 18 o£ her 19) years, she has won many rodeo j titles and specializes in barrel i racing, break-away roping and NO CUTBACK The center prepared for a 10 in break-away j Sponsored by the Utah Paint A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald 0. Lyle, she became Horse Association, Miss Kidman plans to become a social worker. per cent budget cutback last year by not filling positions vacated by attrition, but the cutback was never enacted by the Bureau of Reclamation. "Inflation has been eating us up so badly with the cost of I travel. now requires communities to provide more materials than in the past for building projects. FULL STRENGTH Weber Basin now has 185 enrollees and is expected to be up to full strength of 224 by Aug. 1, Mr. Carpenter said. The corpsmen are building the Davis County Rifle Range. I They just completed a horse bridge at Lorin Farr Park in preparation for the July 24 celebration. In addition, some 15 corpsmen are doing concrete work at 30th and Taylor where a sidewalk is being established for wheelchair Giesha Large 16 Oz. Crushed, Chunk, Tidbits. PINEAPPLE 5/*l°° Chain Store 3/$1.00 KEUOGG'S Jumbo Assortment 18 Individual Pkg. -- ·Ideal for camping CEREAL 89 e Chain Store $1.05 Whit* Gold AA Medium EGGS ^ *) Doz. Chain Store 65 1 Doz. Hi-Land Festival ICE CREAM OO KOal. Chain Store 85c White King CLEANSER 10 C Chain Store I4e I6A Brand Super Specials PEAS, CORN, APPLESAUCE, TOMATOES 303 Size 5/*l°° Case of 24 ... $4,79 f t Lynden Farm v 2 Lb, Frozen HASH BROWNS 4/*l 00 Chain Star* 3/$ I .OO Eddy's Hot Dog or Hamburger BUNS 41 c .. Chain Store 46c VALUABLE COUPON Grill Time 10 Lb. CHARCOAL Void after July 25, 1973 --without' coupon 771. Brilliant Oz. Frozen Ideal for summer salads SHRIMP Effective Dates July 19-July 25th Thurs.-Wed. One Week THE FAMILY DISCOUNT SAVINGS CENTER 916.7th STUET Chain Store $1.09 Store Hours four-on-the-floor carpet buys month-end clearance of beautiful wools and nylons at savings to half and more! distinctive wool carpet imported from england list to 23.95 sq. yd. 9.99 Still the finest of all with its traditional woven back. We have both Wilton and Axminster wool-face weaves. wool carpet buy of the year here list! 7.95 sq. yd. 8.99 Contessa by Aldon -- 100% wool pile in a'very deep and dense random shear that's a practical luxury anywhere. and for nylon-lovers- two famous shags list 12.95sq. yd. 6.99 La Sierra and Happy shag in limited quantity. Heat set nylon pile is a good longwearing, easy-clean choice. don't forget to check our famous-mills trials at savings to 40% in Carpets, all stores. SALT LAKE COTTONWOOD VALLEY FAIR OGDEN' UNIVERSITY MALL JULY SALES

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