The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on July 11, 1947 · 15
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · 15

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Second Section f ± 3 fcrntottd Second Section SECTION B OGDEN CITY UTAH FRIDAY EVENING JUL 11 m Changes Made In Setup of Water System An amendment to incorporate 1175 acre feet of Pine View water as stock shares and a resolution reducing shares of three irrigation companies were "dnanimous-ly approved at a meeting of the Ogden River Water Users' associa- tion late Thursday John M Mills president said today The increase in stock shares of Pine View water was brought about by an increase shown in the capacity of the reservoir This raised the total shares to 44175 Result of Sales Due to sales of land to the Utah general depot the Marriott Irrigation Co Mound Fort Ditch No 6 Ine and the Bertinotti Irrigation Co shares were reduced as follows: 356 to 295 500 to 50 and 250 to 30 Meanwhile it was announced that the 1947 assessment was increased for users receiving their w4ter from the highline canals While those using water from the river were given a decrease High-line canal assessments are $275 per share river water $165 per share Both were $190 last year There are '24516 shares of the canal water and 19659 shares of the other Trappists Greeted Upon Arrival From Kentucky - ' il " -'"V SSHBAlAUfv v-sfi President's Remarks v President Mills told the stock-holders in part: "During the first seven years no assessment was made to pay the government on our contract An assessment for organization and maintenance was made each year of these seven which provided more money than was used That which was saved of this assessment was put in government bonds and reserve accounts in the banks During the past three years payments have been made to the government on contract by using our reserves and cashing our government bonds This year 1947 the tenth year an assessment has been made for the first time to pay the government on our contract For seven years nothing was paid to the government We are charged interest on $4200000 and are given 40 years to pay it at the rate of $75-265 per year The directors are now negotiating a new contract which will reduce these annual payments and extend the time of payment A committee of two men one from the bureau ol reclamation and one from our association has been appointed to work out the details of a new contract after consulting with Jtheii respective organizations This committee consists of Arlie S Campbell and Walter Pawson cvr -w iv — '— in J - lilt 1MISP1 'CWWAVWvv w- r iYm--vvv V'VV'V-VV- v VVVv:v-'Xv v"v -X Shown above is part of a group of 35 Trappists a Catholic church order as they arrived at Ogden Union Station from Kentucky to establish a monastery in Ogden valley In the foreground (left to right) are Monsignor P P Kennedy Ogden Abbott Fredric M Dunne of the Gethsemani abbey in Kentucky and William Fisher Ogden pari sh committee member Major Assigned To Hill Field Major George A Mathews formerly chief of production inspection section at the Spokane army air field was recently transferred to Hill field where he will be assigned to the maintenance division according to a statement from CoJL Ray G Harris Hill field commanding officer Major Mathews enteredsthe service in July 1934 as a private and received his commission as a second lieutenant in June of 1942 He served as group maintenance officer in the China theatre for a two-year period At present the major his wife and two children are making their home in Brigham City Reunion for Welsh Fifty-fourth annual reunion and outing of the Welsh people of Utah and mtermountain region will be held Cambrian day" at Saltair beach Friday July 18 Judge J A Howell and John Thomas Ogden will appear on the program commencing at six-thirty p m Task Taken Up By Monks in Ogden Valley HUNTSVILLE July 11— "To lead a life of prayer and work" 35 members of the Catholic Trappist order today began the task of installing themselves in their newest monastery near here Headed by the Rt Rev Frederic M Dunn founding abbot the monks surveyed their 1600 acres Thursday afternoon after which their leader commented: "I think this place is near to heaven and it shall be our endeavor to make it more so" The white-clad monks arrived from Gethsemane Ky in Nelson county The monastery will bear the name "Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity" Temporary structures will house the order for the present but plans call for the building of a "building fit for meditation" a seminary and a utility house The buildings probably will be of native stone Monsignor P F Kennedy headed the group of Utah clergymen who welcomed the Trappists Harvey F Cahill William Fisher and others were on the laymen's committee Autos Smash Into 'Main Drag' Cafes in Unrelated Mishaps The driver was charged with 'driving without an operator's license He was sentenced by City Judge J Quill Nebeker to pay a fine of $10 The first episode occurred about one-forty a m when James Ires sailor stationed at Clearfield naval Church Courses Open Monday Announcement of vacation courses from July 14 to 24 at the school Twenty-second and Madison was made-by K C Holman pastor of the local Seventh-day Adventist church These classes are open to juniors between the ages of 10 to 15 There will be three hours a day nine to twelve A small entrance fee will be required Work" will be done toward progressive class honors such as Red Cross knot tying and other activities similar to those of the Boy and Girl Scouts There will be play periods and hikes also educational films Handicraft work will be given each junior making things he or she likes The spiritual phase will blend in with all activities of the school Pastor Holman will lead in this school and will have several assistants Get Your Boys Ready Now for (piomaA (Day CHARGE ALL You Need! 59IPI tan "Prior" Western Gabardine SHIRTS Real Western style — 3-but ton sleeves — the boys "no for" them Med )QQ and large sizes j£ Boys Genuine Barclay-Knit Fine "T" Shirts i Ihe smartest T Shirt you can find Charge ALL the boys need Sizes 8 to 14 Boys' Other T-Shirts 98c Plain and Fancy Patterns McCLANAHAN'S 2344 WASHINGTON BLVD The 2500 block of Washington boulevard was the scene of "jumping lizzies" early today Two vehicles in unrelated incidents leaped the curbing and smashed into cafes at 2532 Washington and 2562 Washington Nobody was injured police said ' supply depot turned his car toward but damage estimates ran into the j a stall at 2532 Washington knocked hundreds of dollars down a parking meter and crashed Most spectacular of the two into Guyon's coffee shop The crashes occurred about two a m crash broke a large window and when Darrell D Jensen 20 of 417 j cracked the onyx facade below Roberta Salt Lake City allegedly) Capt C K Keeter said police lost control of his machine and have obtained a warrant charging inadvertently put his foot on the the sailor with driving a vehicle gas pedal instead of the brake as with faulty brakes he was making a right-hand turn j onto wasmngton from a service station at the northeast corner of Twenty-sixth and Washington The machine made a wide arc struck a parked car "uprooted'' a parking meter and plowed into the front of the Town Hall cafe The impact shattered a front window shoved a 28-foot lunch counter two and a half feet to the east damaged cooking equipment pipe connections and furnishings Maurice Schoof manager said he was unable to estimate damage immediately but placed it at "several hundred dollars" Tickets Aplenty For Autry Rodeo Probably the one thing that gets around faster than the stories about the flying saucers is the rumor that Ogden Pioneer days celebration has sold all its tickets for the Gene Autry rodeos Treasurer M L Cricthlow declared today "We have tickets for all performances and sections of the stadium" Critchlow said The ducats are on sale at the red and white booth at the northeast entrance to City Hall park Open House Will Mark Birthday- Mrs Addie Elmer will be guest of honor on her 90th birthday at an open house Sunday July 13 at tne home of a d a u g h ter Mrs Elbert Garr 2673 Van Buren Friends and relatives are invited to call from two to five p m Mrs Elmer was born in Ogden in 1857 a daughter of Mark and Melissa Hall On Dec 7 1874 she was married to Warren W El mer in the L D S Salt Lake Endowment house He died in Ogden Jan 26 1919 Of their eleven children four are living and will attend the open house They are Mrs A B Jensen Temple City Calif Mrs W L Neely Los Angeles Mrs C C Porter and Mrs Garr Ogden Weber Widens Protection At US Homes Weber county commissioners and Sheriff Mac M Wade voted today to anoint a resident deputy at Washington Terrace and assign a present deputy Joseph W Child of Roy to concentrate on the two U S housing projects in southern Wwfth arrangement the county will live up to the contract with the federal government under which the county is granted $3000 annually to furnish additional police protection to the Terrace and Arsenal Villa Sheriff Wade and commissioners met with Harold J Glade district housing manager and the agreement was reached The contract had provided that two full-time deputies with a radio patrol car be assigned to the two Glade appeared before commissioners last week and again Thursday asking if the county intended to live up to the terms of the contract or whether it wished to cancel it Sheriff Wade had previously declared it was impossible to give that service under the present budget However he expressed willingness to discuss the problem and work out a satisfactory solution Sheriff Wade said the extra deputy would be appointed soon and in the meantime additional protection would be furnished the two housing projects Glade had expressed favoF of the plan to appoint resident deputies saying previous operation under that setup had proved more satisfactory He pointed out that a resident deputy would be more easily subject to call v Young Racers Will Compete for Trophy Judge's Dog Said Noisy It's Only Rumor Up to Now Will some brave officer please step forward? Police received a complaint from a person who identified himself only as a "neighbor" Thursday night that a dog owned by J Quill Nebeker Ogden city judge of 1324 Twenty-fifth awakens the neighborhood each morning with his prolonged barking The complainant requested that an officer be sent to the judge's home to request that the dog be quieted Police Capt C K Keeter said he had been unable to find volunteer for the job "Jj PP JjjjjyK B- aBBg Jl jMBpF Ogden's first official soap box derby is set for July 14 on the Thirtieth and Monroe hill T riark Ohen Ogden police department bgjtrj chairman Above Earl Pehrson aXso" show Jw2£ to Lucien Foulger one of the youths who will participate Eleven Ogden Lads Rarin' to Climb In and Take OH in Downhill Event 'Promised Valley' Ticket Sale Set Tickets for the Utah Centennial production "Promised Valley" written by a New York playwright for presentation at University of Utah stariiiim nicrhlir v--i C i — "7 AVU(lk UUU" Mays July 21 through Aug 9 will ue piacea on saie Monday July 14 at Glen Bros store 2546 Washington Mayor David S Romney said the downtown location for ticket sales was accepted by the Weber Mrs Elmer HIMWiH lllpllil LADIES! Here Are Your fftONTf for Pioneer Days! Here's a number that will step you forth in just the right style Western SLACK SUITS Classy TWO-TONE Suits with true Western Saddle and Boots designs Come see them Sizes QI 10 to 16 I Reg to 1895 Misses' 100 Wool WESTERN PANTS 100 Wool GABARDINES smartly tailored Just right for Pioneer °9Q( Days 7 Others 598 to 895 Select and Charge All Your PIONEER DAYS TOGS HERE! McCLANAHAN'S 344 WASHINGTON BLVD Eleven Ogden area youths are eager to climb into their homemade motorless racing cars and participate in Ogden's first official soap box derby July 14 on the Thirtieth and Monroe hill according to T Clark Olsen Ogden city police department general chairman Test runs are scheduled for eleven am and the actual races are set for noon Thursday the autos all made by their drivers were placed on ramps especially constructed by Shell Oil Co and inspected by officials as to safety features including steering mechanism and wheel attachments The vehicles were also oiled Those making the inspections told owners how their machines could be made more safe and before trial heats Monday morning the car will be checked again The competition is divided into two divisions one for boys 1 1 to 13 inclusive and the other 13 to 15 !'-!-i-ive Winners will receive prizes and trophies and the champion will represent Ogden at the national finals in Akron Ohio about the middle of August On Aug 9 the three fastest Ogden ites will compete in Salt Lake City with the three best of the capital city Sponsors of the Salt Lake City race issued a challenge which was quickly taken by Ogden boosters Olsen said Sponsors of the Ogden event wm the Ogden Police and Firemen's benefit associations and the junior chamber of commerce Local firms sponsoring drivers are Rackham Auto Salvage Neilsen Upholstery shop South Washington Furniture Reliable Furniture Jud-kms-Bosse Sheppard Motor Peer- Boat Races Held By Boy Scouts Swimming meets and boat races were being conducted today by the Ogden area council Boy S c era t s of America at Camp KieseL Awards will be made at a camp-fire tonight This week saw 115 campers present while Camp Browning reported 375 daily attendance less Pie Ellison Dry Cleaners Charley Rashall of KLO Revell Brothers Sports store and Civic Athletics -Jem? county Centennial committee as better than the original proposal of designating agents in the L D S wards to handle the sales iiiiiilia t And They're Yours at CASH PRICES— Net a Penny Added for 30-day Charge Account — or You Can MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS! See Especially Black SHEERS $ Butcher Linens Crepes in Prints and Pastels Sizes 9 to 15—10 to 20 — 182 TO 242— 38 to 44 and 46 to 50 Dress Prices 3?5 to 2995 And See Our Bargain Racks Beautiful NEW Spring and Summer Dresses — smart and stylish now yours a HALF PRICE AND LESS Wi i j af McCLANAHAN S Wlllllilllir'iiiiiir-- 344 WASHINGTON BLVD m 1 m ---mm- m i mm rmmj w Tfljy "if ALL SALE Reductions ARE taken OFF mm CASH p ES— N e a fenny Add ed for Small Payment Young Men's 100 Wool Sysfem" SUITS dizes tq m nw Spring and Summer Colors and Styles SAVE NOW 1 r and pay tor your PlS suit the easy way MA tf£nsin£ System Clothes Reg to 4950 On Sale How Reduced to Only Reg to 2850 Men's M A m leisure IrlOG For Leisure— Here's the "com-iest' COAT you can find Stylish too and LOOK at the BIG SAVINGS you mat McCLANAHAN'S 344 WASHINGTON BLVD MM if:

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