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;"Page A4 THE HERALD, Provo, Local law By KEVIN NIENDORF Herald Staff Writer ; While most people will be planning to celebrate the beginning of another year Monday night, all law enforcement agencies throughout Utah County will be making sure people don't get out of hand. However, they don't expect to make too many arrests as history has proven Dec. 31 is relatively the same as any other night for officers. "My experience is New Year's !Eve isn't any worse than an aver Edwin Kimball ' PROVO - Edwin "Eddie" Roberts 'Kimball, 87, died Dec. 26, 1990, at his home in Provo of causes incident to age. He was born Oct. 25, 1903, in Logan, a son of Crozier and Mary Roberts Kim- ball. He married Al-' thea Ashby on Aug. -10, 1927, in the Salt 1 Lake Temple of The 1 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day ' Saints. She died Oct. , 1, 1973. He married Farel Chamberlain on April 19, 1977 in the Provo IDS Tem- pie. J He spent the first 15 years of his life on ranches in St. David, Ariz., and Widsoe, ', Johns Valley, Utah. He moved to Draper in 1918, where he attended Jordan High ; School. There he played in the first football game he ever saw. , He enrolled at Brigham Young Unversi-ty in 1922 and was graduated in 1926 with a degree in accounting. He received his master's degree from USC and a doctorate in education from the University of ; Oregon. He taught school and coached sports in Fillmore from 1926-27, in Moab I from 1927-30, and at Jordan High School from 1930-35. He joined the BYU faculty I in 1935 as a freshman coach and taught accounting and basketball. He was direc-! tor of athletics for 27 years. i During World War II, he served as ! Director of Recreation, Survival and Gen-) eral Welfare for the United States Pacific 1 Fleet. His airsea rescue programs are ; credited with saving the lives of 9,000 ! Navy pilots and returning them to fly ' again. ' After World War n, he returned to ; BYU as Athletic Director and Facility Planner. His projects included the Physi-; cal Education Building, the Marriott Ac- tivity Center and the BYU Football Stadi-! um. He was president of the Western State Coaches Assocation in 1939-40, and ! was physical fitness advisor to President 1 Dwight Eisenhower. ! He is listed in Who's Who in the West. ; He was a life member of the BYU Cougar ! Club. His honors and awards include: BYU Hall of Fame, National Athletic I Directors Hall of Fame, Utah State Sports ; Hall of Fame, and The National Football Hall of Fame. He received two Navy commendation ribbons and was an Honor- ary Rear Admiral in the U.S. Navy. ; Surviving are his wife of Provo, two sons and three daughters: Edwin R. ! Kimball, Sandy; Mrs. Elaine Busath, Pleasanton, Calif.; Dr. David R. Kimball, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Linda Runyan, Evergeen, Colo.'; and Colleen Worthing-ton, Lindon; six step-children, Cloyd R. Chamberlain, San Jose, Calif.; Renee Dryer and Maryetta Farrer, both of Las Vegas, Nev.; F. Wayne Chamberlain, Salt Lake City; K. Douglas Chamberlain and S. Bryce Chamberlain, both of Orem; 26 grandchildren; 37 great grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters, C. Rodney Kimball, Provo; Reid Kimball, Eugene, Ore.; Berniece Cook, Logan, and Caroline Berrett, Salt Lake City. . Funeral wiii be Thursday at noon at the Sharon East LDS Stake Center, 1060 E. ! 2400 !., Provo. Friends may call Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Berg Mortuary, 185 E. Center, Provo, and at the Stake Center one hour prior to the service. Interment will be in the Provo City Cemetery, with full military rites accorded by V JW. District 4. The family suggests donations to the BYU Athletic Department for Kimball scholarships. Duretha Smith PLEASANT GROVE - Duretha Allred Smith, 83, of Pleasant Grove, died died Dec. 28, 1990, in American Fork of natural causes. She was born Feb. 23, 1907, in Spring City to Cyrus Edward and Grace Brough Allied. She married Harold A. Smith on Jan. 5, 1928 in Manti. He died Nov. 21, 1970. . She was a member of Tlie Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints, living in the Grove LDS Ward. She spent her childhood days in Spring City, attended shcools there and in Mt. Pleasant. She attended LDS Business College. She had been a volunteer Pink Lady for many years at the American Fork Hospital. Surviving are two sons, Lyman W. Smith, Pleasant Grove, and Don Edward Smith, Blanding; eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren; a brother and a sister, Reverl Allred, Mt. Pleasant, and Mrs. Ben (Beulah) Whiting of Pleasant Grove. Funeral will be Monday ar 11 a m. at !the Olpin Family Mortuary, 500 S. 300 E., Pleasant Grove, where friends may call lone hour prior to the service. Burial will ;be in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. Berg Mortuary Services 373-1811 Melissa Fleming Funeral services will be held Monday 11 a.m. in the Edgemont 4th !Vard LDS Chapel, 4000 No. 650 E., Provo. Friends may call at the chapel Monday 1 hour prior to services. Interment East Lawn Memorial Hills p7"" f V I f Utah, Sunday, December 30, 1990 officers age weekend," said Lt. Toby O'Bryant, of the Provo Police Department. "If it's really cold, like it looks like it might be, a lot of people will just stay home. That's been the case in the past." Orem Public Safety spokesperson Gerald Nielsen agreed and said another thing which should make this a quiet year is the fact that New Year's Eve isn't on a weekend. "It makes a difference what night it's on," said Nielsen. "If it were on a Friday night we would Obituaries Brent Hail SALT LAKE CITY - Brent D. Hall, 95, died Dec. 27, 1990, in Salt Lake City. He was born April 5, 1895, in Nephi, to Charles Alma and Sarah Lacey Vickers Hall. He married Mary Jane (Jennie) Carter, July 11, 1917, in the Manti LDS Temple. She died Dec. 13, 1974. He was an active member of the LDS Church having fulfilled many leadership positions in Nephi and later in the Bonneville Ward in Salt Lake City. As an active member, he loved missionary work and took every opportunity to support any missionary effort. He fulfilled a mission to the Texas-Louisiana mission from 1944-1945. He served, along with his wife, as chairman of the Bonneville Ward genealogy committee. He served as High Priest group leader and Worked as an ordinance worker in the Salt Lake LDS Temple for many year before his health failed and he was unable to continue. Three months after their marriage, he was inducted into the U.S. Army and was immediately sent to France where he served for 18 months during World War I. He was honorably discharged with the rank of captain. He owned and operated the City Meat Market in Nephi until they moved to Salt Lake City where they lived in the Bonneville Ward for 44 years. In Salt Lake, he worked at the Military Arms Plant and then for the Newspaper Agency where he worked in the credit department. He served in this position until he was 80 years old. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Lemonte (Alice) Peterson, Mrs. Norman D. (Lucille) Ockey, Mrs. Elman K. (Sara) Ellsworth, all Salt Lake, and Mrs. Grant L (Jackike) Farnsworth, Provo; 12 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by one son and a granddaughter. Funeral will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Russon Brothers Mortuary, 255 S. 200 E., Salt Lake City. Friends may call one hour prior to service on Monday at the mortuary. Burial will be at the Vine Bluff Cemetery in Nephi on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Loretta Healey PROVO - Loretta Rae Dunn Healey, 53, of Provo, died Dec. 29, 1990, at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center after a long illness. She was born Oct 25, 1937, in Salt Lake City to Raymond W. and Wanda Blanche Benton Dunn. She married Kenneth Duane Healey in September, 1966. He died Feb. 28, 1978. She had lived most of her live in Utah and Colorado, but spent a year in Ha waii in 1982. She worked for Rocky Mountain Airways as an accountant and pilot She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held many positons in the church. She also wrote articles for the LDS publication, The Ensign. One of her articles will be appearing in an edition of this publication in 1991. She enjoyed writing and genealogy work and her family. Surviving are two sons a a daughter, Richard Duane Healey and Mrs. David (Koreen Dee) McCormick, both of Provo, and Michael Ray Healey of Pocatello, Idaho; 11 grandchildren; her father, Raymond W. Dunn, Phoenix, Ariz.; three brothers and two sisters, Stanley W. Dunn, Roger B. Dunn and Mrs. Tom (Nancy E.) Watson, all of Roseville, Calif.; Mrs. Wayne (Susan L) Anderson of Malta, Idaho, and Ronald R. Dunn of Mesa, Ariz. Funeral will be Monday at 2 p.m. at the Rivergrove 2nd LDS Ward chapel, 780 N. 700 W., Provo. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 135 E. Center, Sunday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. and at the ward chapel Monday one hour prior to the service. Interment will be in Sunset Gardens of the Valley in Sandy. Kideji Hideshima PROVO - Hideji Joe Hideshima, 91, of Provo, died Dec. 28, 1990, at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center of causes incident ot age. He was born Sept 1, 1899, in Saga Prefecture, Japan, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Takeichi Hideshima. Hj married Akino Kubota in 1930 in California. He received his education in Japan. He came to California in 1916 and was in the internment camp at Topaz during World War II. After the war in 1945 he came to Provo to make his home. He was employed at Modern Cleaners for 30 years. He was a member of the Salt Lake Buddhist Temple. He enjoyed sports, especially golf. Surviving are his wife of Provo; two sons, Tad Hideshima, Ogden, and Sam Hideshima, Los Angeles, Calif.; a daugh-ter-in law, Helen Hideshima, Denver; seven grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren A memorial service will be conducted Jan. 3, at 1 p.m. at the Berg Mortuary of Orem, 500 N. State. Friends may call at the mortuary one hour prior to the service. Ms I I expect relatively quiet Mew Tear's Eve expect a little more activity." Nonetheless, O'Bryant said Provo will most likely increase the number of officers on patrol Monday evening. Funds from the county's Arrive Alive campaign will be used to pay officers overtime to check for intoxicated drivers. As for the Utah Highway Patrol and the Utah County Sheriff's Department, they'll also be in full force looking mainly for drunk drivers. "On holiday weekends, which includes New Year's Eve, we ask all Heather Hunt OREM Heather Eileen Hunter Hunt, 35, of Orem, died at her home Dec. 28, 1990. She had had cancer for six years. She was born January 28, 1955, a daughter of Byron Alexander and Margaret Clark Oleson Hunt in Waterbury, Conn. She married David Ray Hunt Oc X tober 28, 1976, in the Salt Lake LDS Tern- pie. w She attended , scnoois in wood-bridge, Conn., and received a bachelor's degree form Brigham Young University in children's drama in 1979. She was a gifted artist with a natural ability for drawing, singing, and dramatic acting. She was active in her community and church. Survivors include her husband of Orem; one daughter and two sons, Emily Jean Hunt, Jefferson David Hunt, Shane Alexander Hunt all of Orem; her parents of Alpine; six brothers and sisters, Shirley Peck of California, Robert Hunter of Connecticut, Margaret Fox of California, Wendy Jepsen of Salt Lake City, Sharman Wilson of Colorado, and Deborah Ramsey of Logan. A brother, James Hunter preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. in the Orem 76th Ward Chapel, 200 N. 1050 East in Orem. Friends may call Monday from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. at the ward chapel. Interment will be in the Alpine City Cemetery. The family would like to thank all those who have expressed their love and concern during Heather's illness. Jarvis Brown SPANISH FORK - Jarvis Hart Brown, 75, died Dec. 28, 1990, at the home of his son. He was born April 9, 1915, in Spanish Fork, a son of Joseph and Ann Jarvis Brown. He married Lillian Gray in 1933 in Payson. She died April 23, 1988. He received his education in Spanish Fork schools and was graduated from Spanish Fork High School. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He owned and operated the S&W Root Beer stand in Payson for 15 years, and Brown's Cafe in Springville for 17 years. He retired from U.S. Steel's Geneva Works for health reasons after 18 years of employment His hobby was breeding and training thoroughbred race horses, and he had traveled extensively with his horses. Surviving are his son Thomas H. Brown, Spanish Fork; one brother, Thomas Jay Brown, Spanish Fork; three grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Graveside serices will be conducted Wednesday at noon in the Spanish Fork Cemetery, where full military rites will be accorded by the Spanish Fork Post of the American Legion. Friends may call at the Huff-Linde Funeral Home Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Burial wiB be in the Spanish Fork City Cemetery. Johnathan Crowder OREM Johnathan Michael Crowder, infant son of Mark and Tina Crowder, died Dec. 28, 1990, the same day of his birth. Survivors include his parents of Orem, two brothers and two sisters, Benjamin, Daniel, Catherine, April, all of Orem. Grandparents, Broadus and Anne Crowder of Richmond, Va., Joseph and Jean San Emeterio of San Diego, Calif., great-grandmothers, Lcula Shanks of Richmond, Va., and Ann Stewart of Union City, N.J. A private family service will be held Monday in the Provo City Cemetery. Quinton De Carlo HIGHLAND Quinton Jay De Carlo, infant son of Kevin Robert and Linda Ferguson De Carlo died Dec. 28, I960, at the Primary Children's Hospital. He was bom June 1, 1990, in Denver, Colo. He is survived by his parents of Highland; grandnarents Joe and Marie Ferguson of Highland, Robert and Merri-ta De Carlo of Denver, Colo.; great-grandmothers Ruth Ferguson of American Fork, Bereith Musser, and great-great grandmother Lillian Musser both of Denver, Colo. Funeral Services will be Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the Anderson & Sons Mortuary 49 E. 100 North where friends may call from 8 to 9 a.m Wednesday. Burial will be in the American Fork Cemetery. "Be careful of your thoughts; they may become words at any moment." Iara Gassen " IVALUABLE COUPONr" HEARING AIDS REPAIRED SAME DAY SERVICE Af 6?Rl MAXIMUM 234 W. CENTER, 9fy 6 MONTH PR0V0 " WARRANTY 07E A4AR Repair price may be credited to new 03""f l"lH J hearing aid within sixty days. of our troopers to work," said Sgt. Gary Whitney, UHP spokesperson in Salt Lake. "We have overtime area scheduled for problem areas but Utah County usually isn't one of them." Whitney said there will be 22 UHP Troopers on 1-15 and state roads 89 and 6 alone. "Well focus on the drunk driver," he said. Utah County Sheriff spokesperson Craig Turner said his officers will patrol all county roads and a few state roads. "They'll pay special attention to,DUI's," said Turner. Recycling By ROBB HICKEN Herald Staff Writer Orem's Recycling Advisory Commission is looking for civic and school organizations to monitor recycling vans. The city's recycling vans are ready for delivery but are presently at Smurfits in North Salt Lake. Each collection van which is partitioned can take aluminum, glass (brown, green and clear), and some plastics. Chairman Dave Frandsen said, "We could use some volutneer clubs to man these vans when they are delivered." Clubs and organizations would be allowed to keep a portion of the proceeds earned from the collection of materials. , "These vans are going to be open two days a week one day would be Saturday, and another day during the week," Frandsen said. He said they would be rotated so there is always a van open one weekday. Frandsen said the commission is working with schools and the city in getting ordinances and agreements in place for bin locations. "We're having a bit of a problem on getting final permission to get the bins set out," Frandsen said. "There area also some zoning ordinances that are being worked out." Frandsen said he's received numerous phone calls about drop-off sites, so there is a desire on the part of residents to recycle. The city is already has newspaper recycling bins in several locations, as weU as cardboard, aluminum and used petroleum products collection sites. Corrugated cardboard can be taken to Albertson's on Center Street between noon and 6 p.m. Saturdays. Aluminum pick up is being done at the Reynolds van at Hansen Electric, 934 N. State St. and Na- Snow falls Snow fell mostly in the southern part of Utah Valley during Saturday, with Springville receiving around five inches, Spanish Fork, six, and Provo and Payson, around three inches. Orem received only about two inches of snow, and the northern part of the valley measured only a skiff to one inch, according to Sanpete County commissioners OK budget By IDA O. DONALDSON Herald C&rresposdeEt MORONI Sanpete County commissioners adopted the 1991 budget with no property tax increase and only a minor jump in overall expenditures. The budget plans for no employee cost-of-living raises, one fewer full-time deputy, and less money for part-time help. In fact, in order to achieve a balanced budget without a tax increase, the budget provides for a $200,000 draw-down of their cash balance and a $55,000 reduction in the allocation for debt service. That action means it will take a year or too longer to pay off the bonded indebtedness which was mainly incurred because of the courthouse expansion several years ago. The commissioners justify their action on the grounds that the payments on the debt have exceeded the pay-off schedule. A resident attending the public hearing observed that the drawdown of the carry-over cannot continue indefinitely, however. For the 1995 fiscal year, the Great weekends-guaranteed! Look for USA Weekend in elje Daily Herald His alcohol patrol units have been out since Friday as some people might have already begun celebrat-. ing. O'Bryant said Provo probably won't be establishing road blocks to randomly check for drunk drivers this year as in the past due to a new policy. O'Bryant said California has had legal problems as a result of road blocks. Therefore, a new policy has been set up that the Provo Police will advertise whenever road blocks are planned. To O'Bryant's group needs tional Steel Supply, 126 N. 1330 W. Another service being offered by the city is the disposal of used motor oil. Orem contacted two private businesses The Pep Boys, 260 S. State St. and Lube Doc, 131 S. State St. which will accept X T60 N- 50 E-l 11 00 N 600 VOd800 E. 1 200 Nj V: bd1200N. State . - QdT50"E. 600 N. renter Street Vj , T N200 N. 200 E. H30N.400 VVo 1 800 N. Main !sVg" S t N 55 A J 300 South ! 1651 E. 1400 Sy ' T700 S. 400 E.p Source: City of Orem . . ... in valley, cold ahead David James, Provo weather observer. James said Sunday and Monday will continue very cold, with lows at five to 10 below zero. The wind chill factor Saturday was between 40 and 50 degrees below zero. Beginning around Tuesday, westerly flows will bring in warmer air to the area, he said. Provo will end up with above budget lists estimated revenue at $3,129,079 and estimated expenditures at $3,349,024. The difference is accounted for in the cash balance draw-down. The 1991 fiscal year budget that the commission approved estimated revenue at $3,327,227 and expenditures at $3,362,549. This difference will also be covered by the draw-down. General government expenses proposed in the tentative 1991 budget include: county commission, $58,229, up from $57,711; judicial, $160,736, up from $148,012; adminis-trive agencies, $530,418, up from $522,873; non-departmental, $238,-600, up from $243,250; courthouse and grounds, $86,408, down from $93,551; courthouse maintenance, $25,000, down from $55,584; and elections, $4,200 down from $30,500. Also, sheriff's department, $567,-484, up from $549,714; fire department, $35,200, up from $34,650; county jail, $203,616, down from r GIVE A LIVING GIFT Flowers & Plants I For Every Occasion I CAHDtNctNJlH I A rich, polished, simulated wood finish enhances the Hampton Vault. It has a 50 YEAR GUARANTEE and above ground sealing for permanence! BEESLEY MONUMENT AND VAULT CO. 725 South State 900 East, Provo Inquire At Your Local Funeral Director knowledge, no action has been tak-j en to advertise this year. Nielsen said about the only activ-l ity the Orem's patroling officers! can expect is a couple of DUI; , arrests and some domestic prob-i lems or fights. J ; "it's really not too bad here;! we've been fortunate over the! years," said Nielsen. He said Oremj Police encourage people who host! parties where alcohol is served to; make sure their guest have accom-j modations to get home. J volunteers Herald GraphicBob Price used petroleum products. ; Also, oil can be taken to the Orem Public Works yard, 955 N. ! 900 W., during business hours. ; For more information contact' Frandsen at 379-1070, or 226-6860, or Ron Beach, 224-1965 or 225-2795. normal precipitation tor the month of December, with a measurement of 1.58 inches, as compared with normal of 1.49. While snow has piled up in some areas, he said it is mostly dry snow, so it is deceiving to those who might think the area is getting a lot of precipitation. Cold air doesn't hold much moisture, he' said. $232,420; other public safety, $15,-379, up from $6,750; health services, $148,000, up from $132,350;! highways and public improve-; ments, $911,775, up from $834,101;-mobile library, $26,000, up from' $24,439. ; The conservation and economic' development budget is $122,004, up from $110,007, and miscellaneous; expenses are $15,500, up from $11,-' 500. I Provo man dies of gunshot wound A man died of a gunshot wound' around 4 p.m. Saturday, Provo! police reported. Don P. Davis, 101 : W. 1500 South, 107, was pro-' nounced dead on arrival at Utah! Valley Regional Medical Center.; According to police, the investigation revealed the wound was self-', inflicted. SYMPATHY FLOWERS & PLANTS We Care!! PROVO AMER. FORK' DVU Diagontl Smith Plua ' WE DELIVER ANYWHERE! J .J '3-9975 756-2610 Li ilY: A Better Vault! i

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