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The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah • 54

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to I to I Physician Recommends Concert Safety Measures Festival seating at rock concerts should be banned, an adequate ratio of nurses and security guards to fans should be mandated and drug. or alcoholintoxicated concertgoers should be turned away. Those are among recommendations proposed by Dr. Kirk Gilmore, LDS Hospital emergency physician, endorsed Thursday the Salt Lake CityCounty Board of Health. The list of safety measures will be forwarded to Mayor Palmer DePaulis and the County Commission as a plan of action to prevent repeat the Jan.

18 concert in which three teen-agers were crushed and suffocated to death. Heavy metal concerts are a magnet for rowdy and sometimes violent teens with predictable results, Dr. Gilmore, a health board member, said in an interview. "When we physicians up at the emergency department hear that there's going to be a heavy metal concert, we cringe," Gilmore said. "We anticipate there's going to be incoming wounded." "The intent is not to ban heavy metal concerts," he said.

"I'm simply saying if they're going to have these they've got to set some very stringent guidelines." Dr. Gilmore said he has received numerous calls from people who attended the concert complaining of The Salt Lake Tribune, Friday, February 8, 1991 lax safety measures. Among the allegations were too few medical personnel and security guards, he said. In addition to the deaths of Jimmie Boyd and Curtis Child, both 14, and 19-year-old Elizabeth Glausi, there were numerous other injuries or problems during the concert, including 15 people treated for drug-related problems and one sexual assault, said Dr. Gilmore.

"Paramedics described it as a zone," he said. "Besides the elimination of standing-room "festival seating," and ensuring adequate medical and security staff, the board recommends designating a security person who has power to cut the sound system, and using Breathalyzers and drugsniffing dogs in crowd control. "I think those are only reasonable," he said. County Commission Chairman Jim Bradley on Thursday repeated his vow to cancel any Salt Palace concert for which public safety cannot be ensured. He said, for example, Salt Palace managers have contacted 10 arenas around the country in preparation for the Monday performance of Bel Biv DeVoe in Salt Lake City.

Security measures to be imposed during the rap concert include reserved-seating only and hiring some Salt Lake City Police to supplement regular security, he said. Hansen, Nevadan Team Up To Stop Natural-Gas Line By Robert Green Tribune Staff Writer In a last-ditch effort to stop a high-pressure natural-gas pipeline from crossing the Wasatch Front, Rep. James Hansen is cosponsoring a bill with a Nevada congressman to address 1 local and environmental concerns before a pipeline right of way is granted. Peter Jenks, a spokesman for Rep. Hansen, said "prospects for the bill are limited, but it's possible the legislation might open the whole issue." At best, it is hoped the entire pipeline route will be re-examined and the Wasatch Variation diverted, he said.

Rep. James H. Bilbray, D- has introduced legislation, in the 102nd Congress to amend Section 28 of the Mineral Leasing Act, thereby stopping the Bureau of Land Management from granting Kern River Pipeline Company a right of way until all citizen's concerns have been addressed. A strong delegation in Wyoming and California will oppose the bill because of the economic benefits the pipeline brings, Mr. Jenks said.

Congress is also reluctant to pass legislation that bypasses already established administrative procedures, he said. Rep. Hansen's action is a direct response to Bountiful Mayor Bob Linnell, who wrote a letter to Utah's congressional delegation asking them to support the bill, Mr. Jenks said. Mr.

Linnell, however, said he felt the bill was a fairly weak piece of legislation. Rep. Hansen also introduced a bill last year to prevent the Wasatch Variation route. But the old bill will be buried until Rep. Bilbray's legislation has a chance to be heard, Mr.

Jenks said. Rep. Bilbray's bill has been filed in the House Interior and Insular Affairs Committee. He is responding to Clark County constituents near Las Vegas who are concerned the pipeline will damage public lands and its proximity to populated areas will threaten public safety, said staff member Wendy Stambler. Kern River has already started construction on a section of pipeline in southeastern Utah and is in the process acquiring the final stretches of right of way from the BLM.

Services Set for Ex-Senator Funeral services will be noon Saturday at the Monticello LDS Stake Center for Donald T. Adams, 83, who died Tuesday of natural causes in the San Juan Hospital in Monticello. Born April 4, 1907, in Monticello, Mr. Adams owned a dry farm and cattle ranch in the area. His family was one of six to settle the Monticello area in the late 1800s.

He earned a law degree in 1932 from the University of Utah, and was San Juan County attorney from 1933 to 1937. He was also the 7th Judicial District attorney from 1937 to 1945. Mr. Adams was instrumental in building the first uranium processing plant during the uranium boom in the 1940s in San Juan County. In the 1950s, he served two terms as a Democratic state sen- ator.

In 1965, Mr. Adams was named chairman of the State Tax Commission in Salt Lake City, having served earlier as a member. He was also a member of the Utah Public Service Commission for four years. Mr. Adams was a member of the Monticello City Council as well as the Monticello Lions Club.

He served as director of the southern and eastern Utah Civic Club, and director of the Navajo Trail Association. He was preceded in death by his son, George Cannon Adams, 27, in 1974, who was killed in a plane crash in California. He is survived by his wife Dorothy; brother, Leon Adams, Monticello; sister, Faye McCormick, Long Beach, daughter Sue Halliday, Monticello; grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. UTAH WOOLEN MILLS Wheel 2 SHEARING DAYS! Men's Suits $30000 Ladies Suits Reg to $400.00 Reg to $375.00 $49995 Men's Sweaters Ladies Pants Reg. to $70.00 $3500 SAVINGS Reg to $85.00 $3995 All Men's Slacks UP Austrian Style Boiled (with purchase of Wool Sweaters any sport coat) PRICE TO Reg to $150.00 $12000 Winter Coats Ladies Blazers Reg.

to $400.00 Ladies Sweaters Top Coats OFF Reg to $320.00 $44995 OFF Men's Sweaters (the prices are sheared) Reg. $80.00 $35,00 Reg. to $200.00 PRICE Free covered parking Ladies Silk Ties behind South store. Temple. Enter off Seperates Pendleton Reg.

to $40.00 OFF PRICE Men's Slacks Utah Woolen Mills Reg Ladies $375.00 Coats Reg. to $100.00 $5000 OFF to FINE CLOTHING FOR MEN WOMEN Wool Blankets 59 West South Temple Ladies Two Piece Dresses Reg. to $60.00 $45,00 364-1851 Reg. to $300.00 $7995 Area Deaths ANDERSON, Andy, Sandy, February 6, 1991. ANDERSON, Lyman February 5, 1991.

BERNARDO, Rosina February 7, 1991. borg, Genta Prince, Pocatello, Idaho, February 7, 1991. BRACKEN, Ralph, February 7, 4991. BURTON, Melba Stewart Lindsay, February 7, 1991. CARSON, Clifton, Salem, February 5, 1991.

CRESSMAN, Marva Weber, Anaheim, February 4, 1991. DURRANT, June McEwan, Salt Lake City, February 5, 1991. GALE, Gladys Salt Lake City, February 5, 4991. GRANGER, Willford Duane, Long Beach, February 4, 1991. HAMPTON, John, February 4, 1991.

HANCOCK, Mary Centerville, February 6, 1991. HARRIS, Edith, Beaver, February 6, 1991. HATTON, Richard Salt Lake City. February 6, 1991. HENDERSON, Hazel J.

Swisher, Waynesboro, February 5, 1991. HENDRICKSON, Roger West Valley City, February 5, 1991. KARR, Bulis Sandy, February 6, 1991. NAYLOR, Florence Salt Lake City, February 5, 1991. NIELSEN, Chanse Ephraim, February 6, 1991.

STEPHENSON, Dion Jasmes, Bountiful, January 29, 1991. STOKER, Bertha Bair. February 1, 1991. TAYLOR, Keith, Monroe, February 5, 1991. TEDESCO, Feno, February 6, VOLLERT, Kurt February 6, 1991.

WHITNEY, Mackenzie Barber, Salt Lake City, February 6, 1991. Richard W. Hatton Richard Warren Hation, 62, Salt Lake City, died February 6, 1991 in a Salt Lake hospital. Born April 28, 1928 in Salt Lake City, son of Russell Warren and Erma Underwood Hatton. Married Kathleen McDonald February 17.

1951 in Salt Lake City. ployee Former of Amoid em- Machinery Company. At one time, very ac tive in the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Veteran of World War IL. Survived by his wife, Kathleen, Salt Lake City.

Memorial services will be held Monday, February 11, at Evans Early Mortuary, 574 East 1st South. where friends may call one hour prior to services. N3 Keith Taylor MONROE-Our kind and beloved husband, father and grandfather, Elden Keith Taylor, age 66, died February 5, 1994 at his home in Monroe, Utah. Bom June 16, 1924 in Sevier, Utah, son of Willard David and Leah Tanner Taylor. Married Marva Simonsen February 18.

1946 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Keith was a Veteran of World War serving in the U.S. Navy. He was a sheep herder and a cowboy. He took fire from that to raise a family and to work at hard labor as a lencer with a few years of having 10 wear a tie.

His last working years, he was employed by Monroe City, and in his last years, he was able to go back to the sheep herd and ride the mountains that he loved Survived by wile, Monroe; five children, Lurana Bray, Magna; Douglas Keith, Salt Lake City. Mrs. O. J. (Leanne) Leddy, Monroe; Mrs.

Keith (Janie) Rogers, West Valley City: Willie Thomas, Reno, Nev: 13 three great sisters and brothers, Lela Barney, Grantsville; Elaine Christensen, Tooele; Ilynn Pitts, South Jordan: Clinton, Post Falls, Idaho, and Ron, Sandy. Preceded in death by a brother, Virgil. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 9th, at 1 p.m. in the Monroe Stake Center. Friends may coll for viewing Friday evening, 6-8 p.m.

the Springer-Turner Funeral Home in Richfield, and Saturday at the church in Monroe, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Burial with military honaccorded by the Monroe American Legion Post will be in the Monroe City N3 Bertha Bair Stoker Bertha Bair Stoker died February 1, 1991 after an extended it- ness. She was born October 18, 1908 in High Creek, Richmond, Utah, the daughter of Ida and Julian Bair. She was reared and educated in Wellsville and Hyrum Schools and spent her lifetime as a resident of both Utah and fomia, where she served in soveral Relief Society presidencies as well as other auxiliaries.

She married Maurice Edgar Stoker on 00 tober 30, 1928 in Salt Lake City and they were later sealed in the Salt Lake IDS Temple. She is survived by her husband of 62 years and two daughters, Mrs. Joyce Johnson and Mis. Karen Payne, both of California, a son, Val Gene, died as an infant. Mrs.

Stoker leaves a posterity of nine grandchildren and 11 greatgrandchildren, Funeral services will be held at Myer Mortuary in Roy at 11 a.m. Saturday, February 9th with visitation available from 9 until services. N3 Mackenzie Barber Whitney Our sweet "eary" spirit, Mackenzie Barber Whitney, retumed to heaven after only three days on earth, February 6, 1991. She was bom February 3, 1991, in Salt Lake City, to Kenneth Mack and Connie Barber Whitney, who survive her. Also surviving are her grandparents, James and Gwen Barber and Keith and Katheryn Whitney, Mackenzie will be laid to her rest in the Salt Lake City Cemetery, at a graveside service on Saturday, Directors: February The 9th.

10 Holbrook am. Funeral neral Chapel. N3 Intermountain Area Obituaries She died January 18, 1987. He Fuel was emyears, and served as manager in ployed with Mountain for 44 1944 to 1963, in Keams from 1963 to 1968. Bishop of the Topele 3rd Ward for five years.

With his wife, served as ordinance workers at the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He was a kind and gentle man, and loved by those who knew him. Survived by. Children, Dr. Richard L.

Anderson, Mrs. Forrel (Gloria) Davies, Topele, Mrs. Ronaid (Lynnette) 19 Stoddard, great Roy, grand- 20 grandchildren; children; sister and brother, Lilly Burrows, Warren N. Anderson, Orem. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Ward, 11 4600 a.m, in So.

the 600 East. Friends may coll Friday, from 6-8 p.m, of the Jenkins-Solfe Mortuary, 4760 So. State, and Saturday, at the church, one hour prior to service. Interment, Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. N3 Lyman W.

Lyman Wilford 87, died February Tooele nursing home of causes incident to age. Som July 13, 1903, in Pleasont Grove, Utah to Victor Wilford and Hilda Swenson Anderson. I Married Donnette Richards September 15, 1926, in the Sot Lake LDS Tempie. She died Anderson Anderson, age 5, 1991, in a Ralph Bracken Our beloved ther, Ralph passed away peacefully in his sleep of a local care center from complications of diabetes and pneumonia February 7, 1991. Born October 14, 1909 in Ophir, Utah to Ernest and Clara Elizabeth Nelson Bracken.

Marred Norma Stokes, January Cleveland, sealed in the February 26, 1948. a coal miner in for twenty years Kennecott Copper He is survived ma; four children, man; Ralph Lavell Mary Jane; Mrs Roiph and Mrs 16 grandchildren grandchildren. death by brothers, Brocken; Clarice Willam Jackson) Melba Alice Ray. Graveside Saturday, February p.m, in the Cemetery. Friends Larkin Mortuary, Temple, Friday 6-8 day 11 a.m.

to N3 Bracken, age 81, 19, 1934, in Utah. They were Manti LDS Temple He worked as Carbon County and retired from after 20 years. by his wife NorBelva E. Wayand his wife Dean (Donne) Wally (Lana) Siple; and 14 greatPreceded in Ernest Grant Ross Bracken and a sister, services will be held 9, 1991, 1:30 Topele, Utah City may call at the 260 East South p.m. and Satur12 Noon.

N1 Genta Prince Borg years, received POCATELLO, Idaho- Genta Prince Borg, 81, former long time Salt Lake City resident, died February 7, 1991 in Pocatello. Born August 15, 1909 in Panguitch, James Utah to Ezra and Effie Pearl Dalton Prince. Married Alvin Ernest Borg May 28, 1935 in Provo, Utah; he died June 10. 1966. She attended BYU two years, received her teachers certificate.

She taught elementary school in Pro vo. She worked at Fort Douglas during World War il. She and her husband ran a grocery store in Salt Lake City, and following his death she worked for the immigration Market. She enjoyed playing bridge, traveling, crocheting, knitting, and other craft work. She was always doing things in the service of others.

She loved and was loved by children. Survived by one daughter, Sonya 8. Conley, Pocatello, two grandchildren, Robert Jeffery Breen, and Sherry Lyn Nalder, five step grandchildren; three grandchildren; five step greatgrandchildren; brother, Kay Fork; sister, Preceded Nedra Sumner, Provo. in death by four brothers and one sister. Funeral will be conducted Saturday, 12 noon, at the Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 Highland Drive, where the family, will receive friends before service time.

Burial, Wasatch Lawn. N3 John Hampton Our beloved brother, father, and friend, John Roy Hampton, 36, died ary 4, 1991 at home. Born July 5, 1954 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Benjamin Hampton IV and Elizabeth Tiefion Hampton. Married Alvida P. Heldt; later divorced.

Member of the LDS Church. He was a talented computer programmer. Survived by children, Janica and Jacob Brody Hampton, Missour; sister, Mrs. William (Linda) Bisson, West Jordan; half -brothers and half-sisters, Larry Hampton, Midvale; Judy Hampton, d'Alene, Idaho; Benjamin Hampton Spokane, Washington, Ron Thurston, Carolyn Brandt, both Salt Lake City. Preceded in by his parents.

Funeral Services Saturday, February 9, 10 a.m, in the Goff Mortuary Chapel, 8090 So. State, where friends may call one hour prior to services. Burial, Salt Lake City Cemetery. In lieu lamity requests contributions to the Utah Alcoholism Foundation, 2880 So. Main, Soft Lake City, Utah 84115.

N3 Edith Harris BEAVER Edith Ellen Nielsen Harris, 89, died February 6, 1991 in Milford, Utah. She was born March 14, 1901 in Hyrum, Utah, to Bendt and Sarah Jane Standley Nielsen. She married LeRoy Wilford Harris October 13, 1926, in the Logon LDS Tempie. He preceded her in death January 30, 1973. She was a very active member of the LDS Church, served in many positions.

She was a school teacher in Orderville and Beaver, Utah. Survived by five sons and six daughters, Mrs. Fred (Ellen) Prior, Orem: Dole, Beaver, Mrs. Calvin (Neida) Beck, Allyn. Washington: Mrs.

Grandon (Jane) Arbon. Blackfool, Idaho, Mrs. Gordon (Lydia), Johnson, Bountiful; Frank; Ray. Ned; Mrs. Lynn (Glenna) Brodshaw, all of Beaver, LaVee Collins, Sunset, Ted, West Jordan; 59 grandchildren; 72 greatgrandchildren, two sisters, Sarah Ann Allen; and May Christensen, Logan.

Preceded in death by a granson, Bruce Beck. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 9th. 1 IDS p.m. Cha- in the Beaver 2nd Ward pel. Friends may call Friday evening, 7-9 p.m.

and Saturday from 11:30 p.m, at the Southern Ulan Mortuary in Beaver. Cem- Burial in the Mountain View etery in Beaver. N3 N1 Chanse M. Nielson EPHRAIM-Chanse Matthew Nielson, 14 month old son of Matthew and Jill Nielson, died February 6. 1991, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Born December 5, 1989, in Salt Lake City to Matthew A. and Jill Rasmusson Nielson. Survived by parents: ents, Richard and Bonnie Nielson, Ephraim; Juel and Ann Rasmusson, Manti; great -grandmother, Freda Rasmusson, Ephraim. Funeral services Saturday, p.m, Ephroim First LDS Ward Chapel, where friends call two hours prior to services. Interment: Ephraim Park Cemetery.

N3 Wilford Duane Granger LONG BEACH, California--WIford Duane Granger, age 58 died February 1991 resulting from a motorcycle accident. Bom September 26, 1932 in Roosevelt, Utah, son of Wilford D. and Wrennetta Hartle Granger. Married Judy Anderson; later divorced. He is survived by his parents.

Orem: son, Marks and daughter, Lisa, both Long Beach, Calf; two sisters, Mrs. Udell (Virginia) Birch, and Evelyn Zimmerman, Salt Lake City. Services will be Saturday, Febtuary 9th, 2 p.m., at Olpin-Hullinger Mortuary in Roosevelt, where friends may call one hour IT prior. Burial, Roosevelt Cemetery. N3 Marva Weber Cressman ANAHEIM, California Marva Weber Cressmon, age 48, our devoted wife, mother, doughter and sister, passed away Monday.

Februcry 4, 1991 after a lingering ness of cancer. She was com in Soft Lake City. Utah, November 26, 1942. a daughter of EUgene (Gene) and Delcia Tueller Weber. Marva grew up in the Midvale, Utah cred.

She was a lover of 4H Clubs where she learned many arts and skits of sewing and later received her formol education at Jordan High School and Brigharn Young versity in Provo. She met and later 24, 1964, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. mamed Terry Cressman, June She and Terry moved to Colfornia and have lived there since. They have traveled extensively in Europe and Hawaii. She was very active in the LDS Church, working in the Primary and later in the Re lierf Society, a beautiful singer, song in a trio and entertained in many places.

She loved people and had many dear friends and relatives. Survived by her husband, Terry. Anaheim, sons, Clark, attending BYU, Todd, serving LDS Mission in Japan; daughter, Ashley, Anaheim; parents, Eugene and Defcia Weber, Midvale, Ulch; sisters, Mrs. Leonard (Range) Hayes, CalMrs. John (Patricia) After, Salt Lake City.

brother, Eldon Weber and his wife, Alice Ann. Formington, Utah. "We will surely miss her. Funeral services and burial will be held Friday, February 8, 1991 in Anaheim, California. N3 N1 Dion James Stephenson was a Force Recon Marine.

Dion Dion James Stephenson, age of Bounttul, died January in bat, serving his country in Desert Storm. He was bom December 19. 4968 in Las Vegas, Nevada, the son of James Thomas and Geri Cala- bra Stephenson. A 1987 graduate of Woods Cross High School. He had a loving influence of every.

one he knew. And he loved has motter above off. Survived by his parents, Jim and Geri, Bountiful; brothers, Shaun James Stephenson, USMC and Michael James Stephenson; grandparents, Alice Stephenson, Deland Rorida: Mi- choel and Virginia Calabra, Las Vegas, Nevada: uncle, Archie Stephenson, Deland, Ronda. Pre- ceded in death Poul by his Stephenson, grandto ther, Edward U.S. Navy.

In leu of flowers donations may be made to The Dion Stephenson Fund, in care of United Savings, 376 East 400 South, SIC, UT 64111. Funeral mass will be celebrated Monday, 12 Noon, Cathedral of the Madeleine, 309 East South Temple. Vigil service will be Sunday, 8 p.m. St. Olaf's Catholic Church, 1800 South Orchard Bountiful, where friends may coll 6-8 p.m.

Military Honors to be corded by Company 4th Light Armored Infantry Battalion, USMC. Tooele, at the Bountiful City Cemetery. Funeral Directors: Neil O- Donnell Sons Mortuary. N3 Bulis W. Karr H.

SPRING VILLE-Bulls Williom Kor, 89, died February 6, 1991, at his daughters home in Sandy. Services will be Saturday, 2 p.m, in the Springville Eighth Ward Chapel, 355 East Center St. Friends may call Friday, 7-9 p.m. at the Mortuary, 495 South State, Orem and also Saturday at the ward chapel. Interment: Orem City Cemetery.

N3 004 Florists NEFF FLORAL CO. 495 EAST 400 SO. 328-8547. 402 SO. 900 WEST, 364-5521.

HEART-FELT FLOWERS HILLSIDE FLORAL 943-8427 2416 EAST 7000 SOUTH Legal Notices NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS The Intermountain Power Service Corporation (IPSC) invites sealed bids for furnishing and delivering Sulfuric Acid in accordance with Specifications 45008, available in the office of the Purchasing Supervisor, Intermountain Generating Station, 850 West Brush Weliman Road, Delta, Utah 84624-9546. Proposais shall be submitted oniPsC's bidding forms. All proposals shall be filed with said Purchasing Supervisor at the above address at or before 2:00 p.m. on March 5, 1991 at which time all proposais will be publicly opened and read. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check or a surety bond in the amount of ten (10) percent of the aggregate sum of the proposals as a guarantee that the bidder will execute the proposed Contract it awarded.

Proposals shall be subject to acceptance within and irrevocable for a period of ninety (90) calendar days after date of bid opening. The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals. The successful bidder shall furnish a performance bond equai to fifteen (15) percent of the estimated Contract amount. In the performance of any Con: tract awarded, the bidder shall not discriminate in employment practices against any ee or applicant for employment because of race, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, or physical handicap. 25820040 NOTICE OF BAR DATE FOR FILING PROOFS OF CLAIM IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE Honorable Helen S.

Balick Chapter 11, Case No. 90-1008 In re: MOTELS OF AMERICA, INC. M.A.C. Development, a Delaware corporation, Debtor. TO: All Creditors and Other Parties in Interest: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT: 1.

Please be advised that Moof America, Inc. M.A.C. Development, Inc. filed a voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 11 of Title 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code on December 12, 1990. 2.

April 1, 1991 is fixed as the last day for filing of claims by creditors. in order to have an allowed claim so that you may share in any distribution from the estate, a creditor must file a claim, whether or not the credifor is included in the list of creditors filed by the debtor. Claims which are not filed on or before April 1, 1991, will not be allowed except as otherwise provided by law. Your proof of claim must be filed with the Clerk of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, 844 King Street, Room 6110, Lockbox 36, Wilmington, Delaware 19801, 573-6174. Ronald R.

Peterson Jenner Block One IBM Plaza Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 222-9350 1M820070 SALT LAKE COUNTY INVITATION TO BID Bids will be accepted at Purchasing until time of bid opening as follows: Feb. 20, 3:00 PM Quote 5 Cu. Yd. Material Spreader; 11' Power Reversible Snow Plows: Brush Clipper; Tailgate Spreaders; Double Drum Roller Occasional Tables Feb. 21, 3:00 PM Quote JanItorial Services Feb.

26, 3:00 PM Quote Riding Lawn Mower With Attachments: 6-Wheel Dump Trucks; Mobile Scraper Water Tanker Forms may be obtained from the Division of Contracts and Procurement, Rm. 2001 South State Salt Lake City, UT 84190- 3100. The County Commission reserves the right to reject any and ail bids. Only bids giving a firm quotation, property signed, will be accepted. Division of Contracts and Procurement Richard Chamberlain Purchasing Agent 25820030 Legal Notices 4M820060 OF TRUSTEE'S SALE NOTICE OF DEFAULT ROBERT L.

NEELEY. at Law, as Successor Trustee unCar a Trust Deed dated August 11, 1977, executed by Claudia Z. Mabey, an unmarried wom- an, as Trustor, to Robert L. Neeley, as Successor Trustee, in which Lombard Mortgage Company, was named Benefclary, which Trust Deed was recorded on August 15, 1977, Entry No. 2983172, in Book 4533, at Page 598, records of the County Recorder of Salt Lake County, State of Utah; and THAT said beneficial interest in said Deed of Trust was assigned to First Federal Savings Loon Association of Gary, now known as First Federal Sayings Bank of Indiana, by Assignment 15, 1977.

and recorded August 17, 4977. as Entry No. 2984348. in Book 4534, at Page 1178, of Official Records. SAID Deed of Trust has now been assumed by Ratberg and Susan F.

Rotberg, husband and wife. SAID real property is situated in Salt Lake County, State of Utah, and is more particularly described as follows: Lot 29. Rolling Knolls No. 1, Subdivision, according to the plat thereof, as recorded in the office of the County Recorder of said County. Successor Trustee hereby declares that a breach of an obligation for which the trust property was conveyed has occurred in that the interest instailment payments of Four Hundred Eighteen and Dollars ($418.00) which the Trustor is required to pay under the provisions of the Trust Deed secured by the above described Trust Deed has not been paid for the the months of May, time, 1990, and through present said frustor has failed and neglected to pay pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 2, of said Trust Deed for the payment of taxes, assessments and insurance premiums.

The Succassor Trustee hereby declares that it elects to sell or cause to be sold all of such property to satisty the oblation secured thereby. DATED this 14th day of January, 1991. Robert L. Neeley Successor Trustee 2485 Grant Suite 200 Ogden, Utah 84401 17820040 1P820050 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the provision of Tifle 41-1-115 and 135, Utah Code Annotated 1953, the State Tax Commission of the State of Utah will sell "as is" the following described property at public auction to the highest bidder at the hour and place shown below. Any motor vehicle advertised below may be released to the owner prior to the sale upon proper proof of ownership.

Any motor Vehicle impounded may be withdrawn from the sale the Utah State Tax Commission. STATE IMPOUNDED SALE SALT LAKE COUNTY 2923 3600 WEST 08:30 AM HARMONS VALLEY UT 84419 1979 VOLK USR HB 1793763947 1974 PLYM DUS CP VL29G4G294341 1984 DODG 600 2D 168645 1986 TOYT G7G0379901 1987 TOYT TER 2D JT2EL31D4H0126558 1980 DATS 310 HN10137522 1976 FORD LTD SW 6J745163212 5800 WEST 2300 SO 09:30 AM KEARNS TOWING VALLEY UT 84120 1969 GMC E55EM5 CB EM50VC028550 1975 CHEV CAM 21 1Q87H5N501312 1973 SUZI TS5 MS TS1X562504 1977 PONT GSJ 21 2H57K7P158557 5800 2300 SOUTH 10:00 AM AUTO VALLEY UT 84120 1976 OPEL OPE CP 4177868724576 1979 MERC CAP 2H 9F14F608261 1980 DODG D5ID5I PK 4976 OLDS CSU 21 3J57R6R129888 1979 PONT GRA CP 1982 RENA LCD 4H 1975 FORD MAV 4D 5K92L185024 7051 2400 SOUTH 10:30 AM MOORE'S TOWING VALLEY UT 84120 1973 PLYM FY1 4D PL41K3D311759 1968 OLDS CUS 4T 366398X402163 1980 CHEV CIT 4H 1X687A6271546 1976 FORD LTB 2P 1980 PONT SUN CP 2E27VA7681246 4986 MAZD B2082S PK JM2UF111XG0601676 1985 CHEV SPR 2H JG1MR08M3FK715049 1979 CHEV CCL SW 1N35L9C149474 1984 MERC LYN 24 1MEBP63215W634004 The purchase price to be paid in cash, U.S. currency. Dated this 8th day of February, 1991. Motor Vehicle Division Rick Leimbach, Director 25820020 NOTICE OF HEARING DOCKET NO.


State of Utah, will conduct a hearing on Tuesday, February 26. 1991, at 9:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as possible in Conference Room "8" of the Division of Oil, Gas and Mining, 355 West North Temple, 3 Triad Center, Salt Lake City, Utah to consider the Request for Agency Action filed with the Board on January 3, 1991, in this mailer. the hearing will be conducted in accordance with Utah Code Ann. 40-6-1 et seq. (1953, as amended), Utah Code Ann.

S5 63-46b-1 el seq. (1953, as amended), and the Procedural Rules of the Board. The purpose of the proceeding will be to consider the Request for Agency Action for a variance from the requirements of the amount of bond coverage require by Utah Admin. R. 615-3-1 for the North Duchesne No.

1-7 Well, Section 1, 135, R5W, DUchesne County, Utah. Persons interested in this matter may participate pursuant to the Procedural Rules of the Board. The Request for Agency Action and any subsequent pleadings may be inspected in the office of the undersigned. DATED this day of January, 1991. STATE OF UTAH BOARD OF OIL, GAS AND MINING Gregory P.

Williams, Chairman Janice Brown Secretary of the Board 355 West North Temple 3 Triad Center, Sulle 350 Salt Lake City, Utah 84180-1203 (804) 538-5340 NOTICE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States at the time of sale. at the front steps of the Davis County Courthouse, in the City of Farmington, Davis County, Utah on February 28, 1991. of 10:00 a.m. of said day, for the purpose of foreclosing a Trust Deed executed by DONNA M. IVESTER, an unmarried woman and PAUL MICHAEL MASCIA, an unmarried man, in favor of United Savings Bank, covering real property located of 1840 High Pointe Drive, Bountiful, Utah, and more particularly described as: All of Lot 4, PHASE 1.

HIGH POINTE, a Planned Unit Development located in Section 33, Township 2 North, Range 1 East, Salt Lake Bose and Meridian; as established on the certain Record of Survey Map recorded December 24, 1984 in the Records of the County Recorder of Davis County as Entry No. 690803 in Book 1017, Page 779, and as Defined and Described in the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions and Reservations of Easement for HIGH POINTE. Utah Planned Unit Development, recorded December. 24, 1984 as Entry as 690804 in Book 1017, Page 780 of Official Records. DATED this 31st day of January, 1991.

DAVID GLADWELL Successor Trustee United Savings 4185 Harrison Boulevard Ogden, Utah 84403 (801) 626-2408 Published: Feb. 1, 8, 15, 1994 1P820040 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION in the Third Judicial District Court of Salt Lake County, State of Utah. FRANCIS R. FAIRLAM8 and SUSAN L' FAIRLAMB, Plaintiffs, vs. JOSEPH D.


Civil No. 900902982PR Judge Kenneth Rigtrup The State of Utah to Christopher J. Russell and Marilyn J. Russell: A Complaint has been filed againsi you to quiet title on certain real property more particularty described as all of Lot Whitehead Subdivision, Piaf according to the official plat thereof recorded in the official county records of the County Recorder of said County, locafed of 1630 West twy Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah, and to determine your liability under a uniform real estate contract regarding that property. You are hereby summoned and required to file an answer in writing 10 the Complaint, which is on file with the Clerk of the above entitled Court, 240 East 400 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84111, and to serve upon or malled to Donald I Dation of Van Cott.

Bagley, Comwall McCarthy, plaintiffs' attorney, at P.O. Box 45340, Salt Lake City, Utah 84145, a copy of said answer, within 20 days after the fourth and final publication of this summons. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you relief demanded in said Complaint. DATED this 28th day of January, 1991. Donald L.

Dalton Attorney for Plaintiffs Published February 1, 8, 15, and 22, 1991 Legal Notices 5, Mary R. Hancock CENTERVILLE-Mary R. Hancock, age 85, passed away February 6, 1991 in a Bountiful hospifal of causes incident to age. She was bom March 2, 1905 in Fairplay, Colorado: a daughter of John Elon and Georgina C. Nesbiff Radford.

She married Jarnes Richard Hancock, July 9, 1924 in Waterloo, Montana, he died July 13, 1951. She lived most of her ife in Centerville. She worked at Reminglon Arms, Arsenal, Fad Doug. las and the Davis County School District. She was a volunteer for the Primary Children's Hospital.

She loved fishing, bowling, animais and the out She loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren. She is survived by one son, Met vin and wife, Janeen Hancock; seven 15 greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son, James two sisters and one brother. Funeral services will be held Saturday p.m. of Lindquist Bountiful Mortuary.

727 No. 400 East, where friends may coll Fitday from p.m. and Salurday from 12 p.m. interment Centerville City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Primary Children's Medical Center.

Family wishes to thank everybody at the Life Core Center. I June McEwan Durrant June McEwan ling, wile, mother, and sister, died Tuesday, Febru cry 5, 1991 af her home in SLC, Utah at the age of 77. She was boi June 20, 1913, in Utah to Willian Chancy and Myrtie Royle McEwan. She lost both parents to death at a Durant, our dargrandmother in a 1300 South, where friends may call one hour prior to services. N3 Roger H.

Hendrickson WEST VALLEY CITY. Roger died H. Hendrickson, age 54, home on February 5, 1991 of natural causes. Born on May 19, 1936 in Roxville, Montana to Louis and Ada Lucille Enslow Hendrickson. He attended school in Montana, and graduated from 30, the University of Montana.

Marof red Julia (Judy) young age and was raised by her aunt Myrtle Clawson in Provo, Utah. She graduated from Provo High School in 1931. She was married to James Russell Durant in 1936 and was later sealed for time and elemity in the SI. LDS Temple. They were the parents of three children.

She was a faithful member of the Monument Park Stake for over 35 vears. She served many years in Relief Sociely, sharing her creative homemaking talents with others. She and her husband were called to serve as a missionary couple bring leadership and direction to the 4th Word of the Temple View Stake in downtown Salt Lake City. June found delight in creating a place of comfort for her family. Her home is a monument to her industry and her sense of beauty and order.

Her children and grandchildren have many happy memories of times spent at "Grammie's" house. She is survived by her husband, James Russell Durant three chitdren, David Russell Durant; Mrs. Legrand I. (Deborah) McOmber, Mrs. Lloyd N.

(Nanette) a daughter Mrs. David R. (Paula) Durant; 18 adoring grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. John Wesley (Alta) Taylor, Mrs. Stanley (Bemice) Stubbs.

She will be greatly missed by her family who loved her dearly. Funeral services will be held Saturday, 12:00 Noon, February 9, 1991 at the Monument Park 11th Ward. 1565 S. Foothill Drive (1800 E). Friends may coll Friday 6-8 p.m.

at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Drive, and Saturday at the ward a.m. interment Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. N3 N3 Feno Tedesco Feno Tedesco, 91, died Feb. 6.

1991 in a local hospital of causes incident Born to age. Sept. 25. 1899, Salt Loke City to Sylvester and Homet Leek Tedesco. He was a well known Salt Lake business man, and for many years as a mine developer in Utah and Nevada.

Preceded in death by his only child, Jock Tedesco and a grandson John. He is survived by his wile of 70 years, Birdie Hanson Tedesco: daughter-in-Law Ella, grandchildren, Gary and his wife Mimi: Johns widow Anne: Great grandchildren Luke and David, Matthew and David Tedesco; two sisters, Dora Bevan, Magna and Frances Keams, West Valley. He was a lifetime member of the Elk and Moose Lodge. Funeral services will be held, Sat. Feb.

9, 4991, 1 p.m, Larkin Sunset Lawn Chapel, 2350 East Stengem in Havre, Montana; later divorced. Employed by the IRS for 27 years before medical retirement. He spent the last five years as a loyal volunteer for Utahns Against Hunger. As a former member of st. Ambrose Catholic Church in Salt Lake, he served on a number of committees and held several offices.

Survived by three sons, Roger (R. L) and wife Louise, Santa Ana Heights, Randall (Rand); and Robert (Rob), both Salt lake City, granddaughter, Tamra Michelle, brothers, Ralph and wife Virginia; Marvin and wife Shirlene; and Wayne, all of Salt Lake City, Chares (Chuck), Great Falls, sisters, Doris Rada, Sait Lake City, Marlene Dalrymple Brown and husband Harold, Bountiful; Shiney Eberting and husband Hany, Lancaster, Calif. Preceded in death by brother, Louis. Funeral Mass will be held Fitday, February 8, at 10 a.m., at the St. Ann's Catholic Church, 2100 South 500 East.

Rosary will be recited Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South State, where friends may call Thursday from p.m. Burial will be in the Elysian Burial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, the family request that donations be made to Utahns Against Hunger, 845 West 100 South, SIC, Utah 84104. 1 N3 Hazel J.

Swisher Henderson Church in Salt Hazel J. Swisher Henderson, 88, died February 5, 1991 in Waynesboro, Pennsvivonia after a brief illness. Bom December 20, 1902 in Stronghurst, Ilinois To Oscar and Maude Swisher. Married Lewis D. Henderson March 6, 1924.

He died March 14, 1983. She was an tive member of Lake City and tormenty at First Christian Church in Ogden. where she lived for 41 years before moving to Salt Lake City in 1985. Hazel worked for many years at Utah General Depot and Hill AFB, where she retired. Survived by four daughters, Mrs.

Wm. A (Jean) Weathers, El Dorado Hilis Calif: Mrs. H.G. (Jo Anne) White, Waynesboro, Joyce Sechler. Salt Lake Donna Jost, Eugene, Oregon; two brothers, Jack Swisher and Swisher, Oshkosh, Wise: two sisters, Helen Clute, Sunnyvale, Calif: and Theima Meyers, 19 grandchildren; 33 great and four great-grandchildren.

Preceded in death by two sons, Lewis Henderson, Jr. and Truman M. Henderson; one grandson, Kenneth Sechier. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 9th, at 11 a.m. at Central Christian Church, 370 South 300 East.

Friends may call Friday evening between 7-8 p.m. at Evans Early Mortuary, 574 East 100 South, and at the church one hour prior to services. Interment at Memorial Gardens of the Valley in Ogden. Funeral directors, Evans Early N3 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He held many positions in the Church.

Worked for 11 years for the Eirco Corp, 16 years for the Ulan C.V. Federal Credit Union as Assistant Manager and Secretary for the Board of Directors. Was German the first president of the Chorus HARMANIE and secretary for the German American Sock ety. He was actively involved in the extraction program and temple work. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Survived by wife, Edit: doughter, Brandy, Lisa; grandgreat granddaughter, Skye, both of Salt Lake City. Funeral services will be held Saturday, 2 p.m., February 9. 1991 at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary Chapel, 3401 S. Highland Drive, where friends may call one hour prior to services. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.

N3 Kurt Vollert Kurt L. Vollert, loving husband, father, grandfather and greatgrandfather, passed away February 6, 1991 at home. Born August 8, 1943 in Chemnitz, Germany to Linus A. and Martha A. Koehler Vollert.

He came to the in 1955. He married Edith Donner in August 1940. The manage was solemnized in 1955 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States at the lime of sale, at the front steps of the Salt Loka County Courthouse, in the City of Soft Lake, Salt Lake County, at Utah on February 28, 1994, 11:00 a.m. of said day, for the purpose of foreclosing a Trust Deed executed by DATE ELMER MITCHLEY, a single man, in fcivor of Interwest Morgage Services, covering real property located at 137 5325 Murray, Utah, and more particularly described as: BEGINNING at a point North 82 deg. East 359.0 feel from a concrete monument, said monument being North 371.0 feet and West 1518.2 feet from the Southeast comer of Section 12, Townshio 2 South, Range West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian: and running thence North 82 deg.

Eas 78.4 feet; thence North 1 deg. 30 West 137.87 feet; thence South 82 deg. 30 West 78.4 feet; thefice South 7 deg. 30 East 138.55 feet to the point of BEGIN. NING.

TOGETHER WITH a right of way for ingress and egress over and across the followIng BEGINNING described a property: al point North 7 deg. 30' West 141.69 feet from a concrete monument, said monument be ing North 371.0 feet and West 1518.2 feet from the Southeast comer of Section 12. Township 2 South, Range West, Salt Lake Base and and running thence 216.7 North 82 deg. 30 Ecst feet, thence South 7 deg. 30 East 139.796 feet; thence North 82 deg.

East 29.3 feet, thence North 7 deg 30 West 139.54 leet; thence North 82 deg. 30 East 340.9 feet, thence North 50.43 feet; thence South 82 deg. 30 West 347.47 feet, thence North 7 deg. 30 West 200.0 feel to a County Road; thence South 82 deg. 30 West 29.3 feel: thence South 7 deg.

30 East 200.0 feet, thence South 52 deg. 30 West 231.0 feet, thence South 7 deg. 30' East 50.0 feet, thence North 82 deg. 30 East 14.3 feel to the point of BEGINNING. Sublect to all existing ease.

ments over and across said N3 N1 Andy Anderson SANDY- -Robert Wayne (Andy) Anderson, 35, our beloved son, brother, grandson and uncle, passed away February 6, 1991. following a in gering tiness. He was bom June 4, 1955 in Murray, Utah fo William Wayne and Margaret Frank Anderson. "For one sO poor, he was rich in friends and love. He didn't live very long and life was a hard journey for him but he never showed this hardness.

As for children and animals, they were magnets for his never dying innocence. May he rest in peace." A special thanks to our family friend, Joan Hamblin and to Dr. Robert Mohr. Survivors, mother, Margaret, St. George; father, William Wayne, Sandy, sisters and brothers-in-law, Callie and Bryan Birch, Maurine and Lon Peterson, Susan and Josh Lamb, Jo Anderson and Gina Anderson; loving grandmother, Callie Cooling: nieces and nephews, Carly and Nathan Maxfield, Mike, Courtney and Dax Lomb and Nick Birch.

Preceded in death by a nephew, Lee Anderson. Memorial services will be held Saturday, February 9, 1991.1 p.m. in the Golf Mortuary Chapel, 8090 So. State, where friends may call Saturday one hour prior to services. Following Andy's wish, his body has been cremated and interment will take place in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.

in lieu of flowers, please send contributons to the Salt Lake Homeless Shelter 210 So. Rio Grande SLC, Utah 84101. N3 Florence N. Naylor Florence Rosalie Nordberg Naylor, er, wife, grand mother and great-grandmother, passed away quietly Tuesday, February 5, 1991 in Salt Lake City. Born June 20, 1901 to Adolph C.

and Emilie Oisson Nordberg. Married George F. Nay. lor in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on June 30, 1920. An active member of the LDS Church.

She was a lover Music, a self taught pianist and organist. Survived by five sons, Geroge F. Jr. and wife, Cleo; Wallace E. and wife, June; Floyd N.

and wife, Dorothy, Brent L' and wife, Gayle, all of Salt Lake City, Marlow E. and wife, LaWana, Boise, Idaho; sister, one sister, Eva Guynn, California; 19 grandchildren; 46 greatgrandchildren. Funeral Services will be held Friday February 8, 1991, 1 p.m., Larkin Sunset Gardens Chapel, 1700 East 10600 South, Sandy, where friends may call from 14:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Interment, Larkin Gladys H.

Gale Gladys Winona Holladay Gale, age 88, passed away February 5, at her home in Salt Lake City, Utah, after a lingering illness. Born June 19. 1902 in Santaquin, Utah, a daughter of Jesse Hollas and Al bertina Peterson Holladay. Married Willis H. Gale, June 20, 1923, Salt Lake LDS Temple.

She was beloved by all who knew her. A dedicated mother and a stellar student graduating with scholastic honors. Her physical beauty was matched by her spiritual love of the Lord. She was active in the LDS Church, serving as Relief Society, president, leaching MIA girts, teacher of Young Adults, stake Reilef Society work director, stake missionary and was a Tempie worker for many years. Survived by her husband, Willis H.

Gale; daughter, Mrs. Glen (Jean) son, Dewey Gole; eight grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren; and a sister, WanFuneral services Monday, February 11th, 11 am, Yalecrest 1st Ward, 1035 South 1800 East. where friends may call one hour prior to services. Interment, Santaquin City Cemetery in Utah County under the direction of Larkin Mortuary. N3 Rosina B.

Bernardo Rosina Bisciotti Bernardo, age 96, our loving mother and grandmother, died February 7, 1991 of natural causes. She was bom May 23, 1894 in Vastogirardi, Itoty to Pete and Fita Pasquala Bisciotti. She married Mike Arnone. He preceded her in death. In December 1925, she married Antonio (Tony) Bernardo.

Tony died on December 27, 1969. Rosina was a member of the Catholic Church. She enjoyed crocheting and was an excellent homemaker and a good cook. Survivors: daughters and sons, Mrs. Augustino (Lena) Sicoli, Mrs.

Frank (Ann) Molinari, both Napa, and California; Danny Amone wife, Phyllis, Magna: Mrs. Howard Jim Bemardo and wife, Arlene, (Teresa) Schaelling, Salt Lake City, Midvale: Johnny Bemardo and wife, Marilyn, Murray, Mrs. M. J. (Mary) Leonard, Roy: 17 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren and two great, great, grandchildren.

Preceded in death by a son, Jimmy Amone. Funeral service Saturday, February 9, 1991, at 1 p.m. in St. Therese Catholic Church, 75 East Lennox Midivale. Friends may call at Goff Mortuary, 8090 So.

State, Friday 6-8 p.m, and Saturday from 12-1245 p.m. interment, Mt. Calvary Cemetery. N3 Clifton Carson -Clifton Carson, 83. died Tuesday, February 5, 1991 in Provo, Utah.

Bom December 26, 1907 in Solem, Utah, son of George G. and Rebecca Bingham Carson. Marred Ruth Hanks December 19. 1933 in the Salt Lake IDS Temple. She died March 29, 1989.

Survivors include two daughters and one son, Mrs. Paul (Mary Jo) Tervor; Reo Carson, both of Salem; Mrs. Caren Mills, Salt Lake City, 14 grandchildren: 14 greatand one brother. Randall B. (Pete) Carson, Salem.

Funeral services will be day, 11 am. in the Salem 2nd Ward Chapel, 60 South Main. may call at the Walker Mortuary, 187 South Main, SpanIsh Fork, Riday evening 6-8 p.m. or Saturday at the ward chapel one hour prior to the services. Burial will be in the Salem City Cemetery.

N3 N1 property. DATED this 24th day of January, 1991. DAVID GLADWELL Successor Trustee 4485 Harrison Boulevard Ogden, Utah 84403 (801) 626-2408 Published: Feb. 1, 8, 15, 1991 1P820060 purpose of foreclosing a Trust Deed executed by DAVID E. LEISSRING and JUDY LEE LEISSRING, husband and wife, in favor of Federal National Mortgage Association, covering real property located at 1525 1900 W.


1, 8, 15, 1991 NOTICE TO BIDDERS NON EXCLUSIVE AUTO RENTAL CONCESSIONS Sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Recorder, Room 415, City County Building. Lake 451 South State Street, Soft City. Utah until 1:50 p.m. local prevalling time on April 3, 1991, or in Room 315 City County Building. 451 South State Street, Salt Lake City.

Utah between 1:50 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. on April 3, 1991 for the operation and management of auto rental concessions to be provided at Salt Lake City Infernotonal Airport according to specifications on file in the of fice of the Airport Property ger, Terminal Unit Son Lake City International Airport, Salt Lake City. Utah. Phone (801) 575-2915.

Bids will be publicly opened in Room 315 City County Building. 451 South State Street, Salt Lake City, Utah at 2:00 p.m. 4o- col prevailing time on April 3, 1991, by the Sait Lake City Recorder. The bid form and other contract document information. may be oblained by prospec tive bidders at the office of the Airport Property telephone Manager, Russell Pack, 575- 2915.

The right to reject any and all bids, or to accept any bid which is deemed to be more advantageous to Salt Lake City Corporation, is reserved. Published: Feb. 8 10, 1991 24820130 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States at the time of sale, at the front steps of the Salt Lake. County Courthouse, in the City. of Salf Lake, Salt Lake County, Utah on February 28, 1991, af 11:00 a.m.

of said day, for the.

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